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buBBER cb'oDS AND BELTING WAREHOUSE. 

JOHN B. IDESON & CO,* 

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Mubber Cloths and Si^etinff^ I>raggist4t* and Stationers* Articles, 
and eve^thif^ in the Rubber Litut, 



DUFFIELD Sl PARKE, 

MAMrrACTTBERfl OF 

BBfflleM's f IMi Ij^trae^, 

AND PURE STANDARD MEDICINAL CHEMICALS, 

Laborator^^ oor. Cli£ford and Henry Sts., DETROIT. 



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iw nttognplicn ai4 Phy»lclu8, oir Ether and Chloroform are Fneqiallf d In Pnrlty. 

p.DwTOu>,p».i>./[ ust of Prices furnished on Application. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF f \ 




IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



@#@®S EQS MEai'S WEAm, 



78 WOODWARD AVENUE, 



Exclusively Wholesale. Detroit, Mich. 



Tte Lamest M of Piece Goois anl Tailors' Triiminiis in the State. 



Cbleaffo Type Foundry & Printers* Warehouse. 



SCOFIELD, MABDE8, TOEPFER & CO., 



ENGLISH AND GERMAN 



If Pi lillBllS 



No. 90 Washington St., 



l>Arn> SC0FIKLD» \ 

John Mahder^ f 
HXIUIAIC ToEFrKB ) 



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BE CAREFUL TO BUY ONLY THE aENUINE. 



STA-NDARD 



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Also, Baiiap Barrows. Wareloise Tmcts, Letter Presses. Etc. 

FAIRBANKS, CREENLEAF & CO., 



E. ft T. FAIRlIANTt* & Co,, 

St. Johmahiiry^ Vt. 



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5TATE GAZETTEER 

AND 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

FOR 1867-8, 



EMBBACING 

ESCRIPTIVE SKETCHES OF k\L THE CITIES, TOWNS AND VILU6ES 
THROUGHOUT THE STATE, 

T06BTHSB WITH 

LPHABEnCAL AND CLASSIFIED LISTS OP ALL PBOFESSIONS, TRADES 
AND PURSUITS, NAMES OF ORGANIZED COMPANIES, BANKS, 
STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICERS, AND FULL INFORMA- 
TION REGARDING THE MERCANTILE AND MANU- 
FACTURING INTERESTS OF THE STATE. 




PRIOXIs FIVE I>01L.lL.JLIiS. 



DETROIT, 
COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY CHAPIN & BEOTHEB. 

Thb Dbtboit Post Compakt, Pbiktsbs. 
1867. 



WHOLESALE HAIIDWARE STORE, ABBOTT BLOCK, 

17 and 19 Woodward Avenue. 



BUHL, DUCHARME &, CO., 



mFOBTSIW AND JOBBBB8 OV 



IRON, NAILS, SPIKES, 

TINj COPPERj SHEET IRONj WIREj 

MttOIU R«pe, €lM8, SUt, Bw Lead, Etc, 

C. H. Buhl, j 

OLID I^XXjXj I'lj-A.STEie;! 



QEO. H. ^^HITE & CO., 



M-AJP>rXJF'JkCTXJIiERS OJF« 



UID & CilGDIED FUmR 



Office, ^o. 81 Monroe Street, 



Geo. H. White, Amos Rathbun, A. D. Rathb 



PREFA-CE. 



In the compilation of thia work every effort has been made to procure full and 
accnrato information from all parts of the State, and the publisher takes pleasure in 
presenting the result of those efforts for the patronage of a generous public, trusting 
that they will overlook any imperfection it may contain, and give full credit for the 
amount of information afforded. 

It is believed that an impartial examination will satisfy any one as to its general 
correctness and utility. 

The thanks of the publisher are due to Postmasters, newspaper publishers, and 
others who have kindly aided him in the undertaking. 

An apology to the patrons of the work may seem necessary for the apparently 
unnecessary delay in its publication, which has been occasioned by many difficulties 
in addition to those usually experienced in the preparation of a work of this kind — 
among which were obtaining competent assistants in compiling the work, and the delay 
in making satisfactory arrangements for and in the execution of the printing. Not- 
withstanding these and other disadvantages under which the work has been done, we 
are confident that the Gazetteer of Michigan for 1867-8 will be found as accurate 
and complete as any work of the kind ever published in the State. In point of ex- 
cellence in the execution of the mechanical part of the work, we challenge comparison 
with any similar work in the country. 

Confidently believing in the correctness and completeness of our book as a 
Business Directory, and as a reliable reference in regard to the material facts touching 
the history, growth and prosperity of Michigan, we offer it to a discriminating public 
for approvaL 

Detroit, February, 1867. 

HENRY H. CH[A.I»IIV, 

PublUher 



10 

BUBY, BAKER Sl CO., 



WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL DEALEBB Df 



PiiiL® lmiDi%@i» Mlb 



SHIISraLES & IPICKETS. 



ALSO, DOMESTIC LUMBER & CEDAR POSTS. 

LUMBEB DBESSEO ON SHOBT NOTICE. 



YojHl coi*iiex* oF HCicliiif an and Division Stroots, 
wltli eildo 1*raok of IMC. fiS. A TS. I. li. R. 

BuBT&^Bn^,£ut Saginaw. i%UAI/%i\|| JVllOOt 

JAS. H. COLE Sl brother, 



DKAL1R8 IN FOREIGN A DOMESTIC 



SB¥ @OOS 



COB. MAUMEU AND WJNTEB 8T BEETS f 




Oppuaito 3£a«oiilo 'X^omplOt 



Finest Stock in Southern Michigan Constantly kept on Hand. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Baflinein Directory 395 

Cities. Towns and Villages 78 

Counties, Alphabetical List of 27 

History of Michigan 17 

Poet Offices, Alphabetical List of 09 

Population , 27 

Index to Advertisements 11 

Chicago Advertisers and Subscribers. ... 15 
Toledo Advertisers and Subscribers .... 16 

State Goverament 278 

Preface 



ILLUSTKATIONS. 

Adrian College 75 

Everett House (East Saginaw) 198 

Hillsdale College 240 

Lawrence Hotel (Adrian) 76 



Masonic Temple (Adrian) 78 

Jjathrop Block (Jackson) 256 

Kalamazoo Ladies' College 264 

University of Michigan (Ann. Arbor) 91 



RAILROADS. 

Michigan Southern & Northern Indiana 

Railroad 22 and 582 

Michigan Central Railroad 28 and 588 

Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. .28 and 581 

Flint & Holly Railroad 28 and 529 

Flint & Fere Marquette Railroad. 28 and 529 
Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw Railroad. .529 

Grand Trunk Railroad 24 and 527 

Grand River Valley RaUroad 24 

Peninsula Railroad ' 24 

Groat Western Railroad, adv 530 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



jidrtmn. 

Adrian Times and Expositor 500 

Adrian Business College 78 

Andrews & Bowen 520 

Barber, E. F 44 

Berry, Lemuel 42 

Cole.J. H. & Brother 10 

Coltoa & McKinstry 520 

Eison, WiUiam 40 

Eldredge & Walker 39 

Finch. Dr. J. W 42 

GeddesJcMillor 89 



Hague, W 43 

Hurlbut & Brother 41 

Kimball & Cambum 48 

Knapp, Dr. M. H 46 

Lawrence Hotel 76 

Lewis, F.H 88 

Lewis, John 48 

Loomis & Wagner 40 

Mansion House 88 

MaxweU, A 44 

Mead.Dr. R.T 519 

Mottling. M. P 40 



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CHAPINS* STAtlB GAZ1STTEBB 



Michigan State Insurance CSompanj ... 77 

Morris, J. W 89 

Moulton & Adams, 40 

Newell, J.J 38 

Owen, Dr. W 41 

Schneider & Langhor 41 

Shannon, Dr. A. F 39 

Sherman & Labar 44 

Siglor & Stocum 41 

Sickles, H 43 

Smith, Daniel C 45 

Strong's Hotel 88 

Throop, George B 44 

Walker, Dr. H. W 89 

Warner, T. C 48 

Whitney & Powers 501 

Albion. 
Albion Commercial College, Hon. Ira 

Mayhew, President 16 

Ann Arbor* 

Ann Arbor Business College 96 

Chase, Dr. A. W .* 46 

Monitor House 47 

Parsons, W.F 46 

Southeriand & Whedon 46 

Tripp, Ailes & Price 46 

Wagner, William 519 

Battle Creek. 

Battle Creek Wuiekly Journal 47 

Bldwell & liOthridge 47 

Peaslee, F. E. & Co 47 

Bay Cltj. 

Denison, Delzell & Bimey 107 

Foster Milo H 49 

Globe Hotel 48 

Hemstreet, H. M 52 

Warren, B. E. &Co 48 

Cbarlotte* 

Adams, Henry 49 

Price, Tuttle 4 Bold 49 

Cbelsea* 

Boyd,M. M.& R 48 

Becatnr. 

Abbott Brothers 619 

Betrolt. 

Adams, Samuel 33 

American House 192 

Angell, George R 35 

Armstrong, James A 34 

Armstrong. B. & t>) 29 



Arnold, J. M. & Co 189 

Beatty & Fitzsi'uons 511 

Belknap, HaU & Ford 511 

Brede, J. J. & Co 190 

Bristol, John I. D. & Co 81 

Euhl, Ducharme & Co 6 

Buhl, F. & Co 154 

Busch, Charles 59 

Calvert & Co 78 

Campbell, Linn & Co 155 

Came, George W 189 

Cass Hotel 33 

Cliandler, George C Front Cover 

Clarke, Hovey K 34 

Craig, Jame^ 34 

Detroit Advertiser & Tribune 146 

Detroit Daily Post Co 392 

Detroit Daily Union 508 

Detroit Fire & Marine Insurance Co. ... 59 

Detroit Locomotive Works 30 

Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad 531 

Detroit Paper Company 506 

Dickcrson, C'hnrles H 156 

D>eltz,G.& Brother 191 

Duffield & Parke Front Cover and 1 

Eari, Edward P 37 

Fisher, Tliomas 520 

Florence Sewing Machine 534 

Franklin House 502 

Frost, George S 528 

Gleason. Edwin W 534 

Great Western Railway 530 

Hackett & Monaghan 37 

Hawley, R. & Sons 31 

Haywood, T. J. & Co 3'! 

Heavenrich Brothers 

Hinchman, T. H 1' 

Holmes & Webster 

Hooker, J. W 

Jackson & Wiley Inside Back Co 

Jenks, James 

Johnson, S. W. & Co 

Kuhle, Charles 

Laitner Brothers 

Lamson, Geo. W 

Leavenworth, T. B 

Linn, A. R. & W. F 

Macadam, Mrs. A 

Marxhausen, Conrad Fr 

Merrell. H. B 

Michigan Central Railroad 

Michigan Journal F 

Michigan Southern & S. Ind. Rx* 



AND BTTBINESS DISECTORY. 



IS 



Moore&Oriffin 57 

Moijre.F fir S 86 

Muellwr Omrlea F 60 

Mtmiford Foster & Co 192 

Mutual Lifti Insurance Co. of New York. 505 

Noble, S 84 

Penfield, W. S 88 

Peninsular Iron Co 28 

Perkins, J. R 85 

Pittman, James E 29 

Prentiss, B. T. & (ieo. H 84 

PunlvH llott'l 82 

Raymond, Francis 507 

Richmond & Backus 155 

Eoebm, Robert J. F 86 

Bose.Dr L. C. & Bro 85 

R*>tli*icluld & Bro Front Cover 

BchnU^nljurg C. & Co Front Cover 

Schuler. George ... 465 

Shaw & Houghton 28 

Smith, EUlph C 57 

Smith, William 87 

Stewart, William 82 

Stone, H. R 80 

Swift, H. F. & Brother 156 

Throop. Wm. A. & Co. 147 

Tillman. J. W. & Co 898 

Tnub Brothers 86 

Trowbridge, Wilcox & Co 898 

Tunis, Wm. E 501 

Teriior 154-njiiiiiin Front Cover 

Wft«I,Clmrhi« 80 

Wfird t PulmiT 

Watkins & Wolff Margin and 60 

Watts & Alexander, Bros 57 

Wayne & Robinson Front Cover 

Weber, Henry 192 

Welch & Oriffiths 58 

Wilkins, Alvan 154 

Wilkins, L. & Co 502 

Williams, Edward 502 

W^orkum, D. J 190 

Bast Saclnair. y 

Everett House 198 

Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad 529 

Hovey, L. B 50 

Mendelson & Bro 525 

Miller. H 50 

Proctor, H. R 50 

Root & Midler 50 

Wickes Brothers 49 

Zimmermann, Wm. & Co 51 



Baton Rmptds. 

Crane & Montgomery 63 

De Coursey, Jesse 53 

Eaton Rapids Hotel 53 

Harwood, L * 58 

Lewis, D 53 

Palraiter & Mendell 64 

Stirling, W. F 63 

Flint. 

Flint & Holly Railroad 520 

Wolverine Citizen 515 

Fort Gratiot. 

Edison, Jacob C 

Grand Rapids. 

Congdon&Hill 66 

Grand Rapids Business College 227 

Hall & Cox 54 

Harrison, William 55 

Holmes & Ballard 54 

National Hotel 56 

Skinner, A. L 64 

Smith, A. S 66 

White, Geo. H. & Co 6 

Greenville. 

Greenville Independent 516 

Hastings. ^ 

Ackley, F. D 603 

Barlow, Goodyear & Grant 66 

Hayford, William H 608 

Hastings House 66 

Sweezey, James A 608 

Hollj. 

Homo Hotel 624 

Hoirell. 
Embury, David, Exchange Bank 618 

Ionia. 

Fleming, Burritt & Tew 617 

Jackson, y 

Bennett & Bancker 620 

Durand, Wm. H .^256 

Eaton, Knickerbocker & Co 268 

First National Bank 268 

Hibbard House 254 

Jackson Business College 256 

Jackson City Bank 254 

Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw Railroad. .529 

Jackson Patriot 254 

Kimball, Dr. John H 254 

Marion House 254 

People's National Bank 253 

Thompson Bros. & Co 258 



14 



CIIAPIXS STATE GAZETTEER. 



JonesTllle. v 

Gardner, H. R. & Co 263 

JlalaiTtiizofv. 

Booher, Frederick A 516 

Dollar House ; 516 

Kalamazoo Telegraph 516 

Kerr, John A. & Co 521 

McQeorge. L. H 521 

McKeniree. E. J 277 

Van Keuren, J 521 

Viele, A.J 521 

Wojdhouse & Butler 521 

liApeer* 

Holmes, D 523 

Morton & McDonald 522 

Hinman, Daniel W 523 

Northern Hotel 523 

liOXllifftOll* 

Cadillac House y, 519 

Scott, Samuel J 517 

niedliia. V 

Brown. Charles & Co 297 

nUdland Cltj. 
Bailey, Isaac D 519 

nionroe. 
MitcheU & Brother 518 

niorencl. V" 

Burdick & Williams 515 

Richards, W. P. & E. 515 

nioant Clemens* 

Sheridan House 518 

niaskecon* 

Allen. C. B 508 

BullcRk & lUn 609 

Mason, L. G. dp Co 810 

American HouM 510 

Davis, C. & Co 508 

Gregory, Wm. B. & Son 500 

Burgess, F 510 

Ireland, Joseph 515 

Kelley , D. & Co 515 



Morrow. J. C " 515 

Misner, John 500 

Marmrty, D.J 509 

Moulton. L 510 

Odell, Wm. P. & Co 508 

Pattison & Nims .509 

Pembcrton & Allen 511 

Vaughan, Dr. J. S 510 

Weller, F 610 

Neiv Baltimore. 

I-rfike St. Clair House 538 

Ovid. 

Wickwire,J. H 517 

Pontlac. 

Lowrey, Martin 503 

Porl Anslln. 

Cottrell, C. B 619 

Romeo. Y 

Hanscom & Teall 624 

Owen, Wm. K 524 

Saginaw CUjr. 

Bell, Peter 51 

Chapin& Van Wey 61 

Fish & Bumham 62 

Wright, A. W.&Co 61 

St. Clair. 

Wands & Roes 623 

St. Jolms. 

Sickels & Sexton 625 

Smith, Robert & Co 525 

Watts, Wm. H 525 

WUklnson, Iteid & Cahill 525 

Tecamseli. 

Brewer. H 370 

Curtis & Parsons 624 

Hau8e,Dr. E. ... 524 

National Hotel 617 

Slayton, Tindall & Co 871 

Tpullantl. 

Lay, E. D. & Co \ 526 

Edwards & Cooper 626 

Ypsilanti Woolen Manufacturing Co... .626 



AND BUSINESS DIBECTOBT. 



15 



INDEX TO CHICAGO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Bass and iSa«:KlnK. 

J. & H. Cliapman 514 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co CS4 

Hart, Asten & Co 61 

Bankers* 

Scripps, Preston & Ecan 180 

Banners* Fla«:s, etc. 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Beltlnc. 

John B. Ideson & Co First Fly Leaf 

W. H. Whitmareh T «1 

BUIIard Table Rlannnietnrers. 

J. M. Brunswick & Brothers 8 

Boots and Slioes* 

I. P. Famum ^ 

Clitcaso Mnsenin. 

Col. J. H.Wood 04 

Clilclrerlns Pianos. 

A.Beed&Son8 05 to 08 

Coal Tar Roofins Pttcli and Feltins* 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Bry Goods— Wliolesale. 

Hunt, Barbour & Hale . .Inside Front Cover 

Elect rotjplnff. 

Chicago Type Foundry 

Fairbanks' Scales. 

Fairbanks, Greenleaf & Co 

Flsblns Tackle. 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Floor Sacks and Grain Ba^s. 

J. & H. Chapman 514 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Hart, Asten & Co 01 

Grocers— Wkolesale. 

Pollard, Doane & Co 03 

Hosiery^ GIotcs and Notions. 
Hunt, Barbour & Hale . .Inside Front Cover 



Hotels. 

City Hotel 614 

India Rubber Goods. 

John B. Ideson & Co First Fly Leaf 

India Rubber Hose. 

John B. Ideson & Co First Fly Leaf 

liace licatber. 

John B. Ideson & Co First Fly Leaf 

W. H. Whitmarsh ci 

lieatber Belting. 

John B. Ideson & Co First Fly Leaf 

Mnsic and Musical Instruments. 

Julius Bauer & Co: 513 

W. W. Kimball Back Cover 

Alanson Heed & Sons 05, 00, 07 and 08 

Pianos and Organs. 

Julius Bauer & Co 513 

W. W. Kimball Back Cover 

Alanson Reed & Sons C6 to 08 

Piffeon Hole and Bagatelle Tables* 

J. M. Brunswick & Bros 8 

Printers* Warcbonse. 

Chicago Type Foundry 

Reeds' Temple of 51 n sic. 

Alanson Reed & Sons 05, 00, 07 and 08 

Rubber Belting. 

John B. Ideson & Co First Fly Leaf 

Skip Ckandlers. 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Teas— Wkolesale. 

Pollard, Doane & Co 03 

Tents and Awnings. 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Tirines and Cordage. 

Gilbert Hubbard & Co 02 

Type Founders. 
Chicago Type Foundry 



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CHAPINS' STATE GAZBTTEEB. 






ALBIOIV, 31ICHIGA1V. 



This excellent Institution has a well arranged " Theory Department," and a department of "Actual 
Business," with Banks. Store**, Offices, etc.. each under the Immediate snper\-l8lon of an accomplUbed 
Principal, while the President gives regular courses of lectures, upon which all Students attend. 

Penmanship, Business Correspondence, Book-keeping, 

By Single and Double Entry, in all their nomeroae forms, 

COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS, COMMERCIAL LAW, 

and everything necessary to prepare young men for Business, are embraced in the course. 
Board ana all expenses are much less than at Commercial Colleges In large cities. • 
Scholarships are issued to Oentlomen for $80, and to Ladies for $iO, with a discount to disabled Sol- 
diers, and to the minor Children of Clergymen. 

For Pamphlet Circulars, giving mil information, apply at the College Office, or address at Albion, 
Michigan. 

IRA niAYHEW, Preildent, 

Author of Mayhew*s Practical Book-keeping 



TOLEDO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. 



BARLOW. N. L. & CO., White Lead, 
Paints, Oils, French and American Glass, 
Artists' Materials, Brushes, etc., No. 5 
Summit and 6 Swan sts. 

BIDELMAN, R. & CO., Wholesale Dealers 
in Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags, No. 
82 Monroe st. 

BISHOP & CO., Wholesale Grocers & Com- 
mission Merchants. Agents for Dupont 
Powder Co., No. 82 Summit st. 

Hubbard, Graves Sc Co., Whole- 
sale Dealers in Leather, Findings, Hides, 
Pelts, Oils, Furs, etc.. No. 66 Stmimit st. 
{See adv., page 518.) 

Keeler, S. H. A. Co., Wholesale 
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Dry 
Goods, Yankee Notions, etc., No. 74 and 
76 Somimit st. {See adv., page 518.) 



MESSINGER, W. B. & CO.. Manufacturers 
and Wholesale Dealers in Boots & Shoes, 
No. 62 Summit and 15 Water sts. 

NASH, JOHN S., Grocer and Produce 
Dealer, No. 89 Summit st. 

Secor, Berdan Sc Co., Wholesale 
Grocers and Jobbers in Glass, Paints, 
Oils, Wooden ware, etc.. No. 116 and 118 
Summit, and 78 and 75 Water sts. 

SMITH & SIMMONS, Wholesale Dealers in 
Leather and Findings, Hides, Oils and 
Curriers' Tools. No. 52 Summit st. 

Whitney, W. W., Music Publisher and 
Agent for Steinway & Sons, Chickering & 
Sons, and other Piano Fortes. Also, 
Manufacturer of W. W.Whitney's Patent 
Improved Melodeons, Dealer in Musical 
Merchandize of every description, Na IT^i 
Summit at. 



MicHiaAisr. 



THE State of Michigan is separated from 
Canada on the north and east by Lakes 
Superior, Huron, St. Clair and Erie, and by 
the rivers or straits of Detroit and St. Clair ; 
from Illinois and Wisconsin on the west, by 
Lake Michigan and the Menoraonee river, 
while on the south it borders on the States 
of Oliio and Indiana. It lies latitudinal ly 
between 41o45' and 48° north,' and longitud- 
inally between 82<» 29' and 90<» 84' west. 
That portion of the State lying east of Lake 
Michigan is known as the Southern Penin- 
sula. That portion lying between Lake 
Michigan and Lake Superior, and whose 
eastern limit is Drummond Isle, is known 
as the Northern Peninsula. It is one of the 
five States carved out of the magnificent 
country known as the Northwestern Terri 
tory in tlie celebrated ordinance of 1787. 
It contains an area of 58,243 square miles 
of land, and the area of its waters is nearly 
three-fourths as great. 

The word Michigan is said to be derived 
from two words in the Chippewa language, 
signifying " great lake," and as applied to 
the peninsulas, which constitute the State, 
signify '* the land or the country of the great 
lakes.*' To the most casual observer of the 
geographical construction of this section of 
the country the name is strikingly appropri- 
ate. Its shores are washed by every lake in 
the "great chain," excepting Ontario, and it 
has not a county but is studded, more or less 
thickly, with beautiful lakelets^ from one to 
twenty miles in circumference. The Aztec, 
or ancient Mexican language, had a word 
signifying the "land of the great lakes." 
and it is supposed that the true interpreta 
tion of the word Aztecs, or Aztekas, is " the 
people of the land of the great lakes." It 
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was the opinion of Humboldt that the land 
of the Aztecs was north of the 42d degree 
of latitude, and abundant evidences of a 
civilization far in advance of the native 
Indian are found in the antiquities of the 
State of Michigan. These evidences consist 
of ancient mounds, forts, and remains of 
ancient gardens, which are found in greater 
or less abundance in all parts of the State, 
but more especially on the banks of the 
large rivers, and frequently contain human 
bones, arrow heads, pieces of brass and iron, 
and in rare instances brazen vessels. Some 
of the most remarkable of these mounds 
have been found in Branch and Lenawee 
counties. Their great antiquity is established 
by the growth upon them ot huge trees at 
least five hundred years old. Forts are more 
rare, and are of small dimensions compared 
with those of more modem times. They 
are found principally upon the Detroit, Hu- 
ron and Raisin rivers, and upon Lake Erie, 
but occur occasionally in various parts of 
the State. Some of these are built in a 
semi-circular shape, and others elliptical, 
while many are square and others are rec- 
tangular, and still others irregular, all crude, 
yet all bearing evidence of a knowledge of 
of some of the principles of modem engi- 
neering. The ancient "garden beds" are 
found generally in the rich prairies and oak 
openings of the southern portion of the 
lower peninusula, and many of them are in 
an excellent state of preservation. One of 
the most renutrkable of these is found a 
short distance from the village of Three 
Rivers, in St. Joseph county. It is a half a 
mile in length and a third of a mile in 
breadth, containing upwards of one hun- 
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beds running north and south in the form 
of parallelograms, five feet wide, one hun- 
dred feet long, and eighteen inches deep, 
with alleys between them one and a half 
feet wide and one and a half feet deep. At 
the extremity of each is a semicircular bed 
of the same depth, and of a diameter cor- 
responding to the width of the beds. These 
beds are said to be as distinctly discernible 
as if but recently made. 

There are also evidences to prove conclu- 
sively that the iron and copper mines of the 
Northern Peninsula were worked by this 
ancient people. In the spring of 1848 Mr. 
Samuel Enapp, the agent of the Minnesota 
Mining Company, found eighteen feet below 
the surface a mass of native copper ten feet 
long by three feet wide, and two feet thick, 
resting on billets of oak supported by sleep- 
ers of the same wood. The ancient miners 
had from some cause abandoned their work 
before its completion. Numerous stone 
hanmiers and wedges were found in the vi- 
cinity, and also traces of fire and pieces of 
charcoal, showing that heat had been made 
use of to overcome the adhesion of the 
metals. Equally convincing evidences exist 
in other localities of the mining dit>trict« of 
the Northern Peninsula, and in raro in- 
stances metallic implements have been 
found, such as knives, hammers, &c. The 
great antiquity of these mining operations, 
like that of the gardens, mounds, and forts 
of the Southern Peninsula, is established by 
the growth of huge trees above them, by 
the fact that the native Indian was entirely 
ignorant of the existence of the mines until 
his attention was called to them by the 
white man, and by the equally undeniable 
fact that the herculean labors of the ancient 
miners wore entirely inconsistent with the 
indolent habits of the Indian. 

Tliat the State of Michigan was many 
centuries ago inliabited b/ a people tar su- 
perior to that which the £uroi)ean found 
occupying it, is beyond a question ; but 
whether that people was identical with the 
ancient Aztecs is a problem which the anti- 
quarian may never solve. 

The foot of the European trod the soil of 
Michigan as early as 1610. In this regard 
she antedates Plymouth Rock, and the Old 



Dominion itself is only three years in ad- 
vance of her. The ubiquitous and irre- 
pressible Jesuit is never behind-hand, and 
it must be confessed that much of the pio- 
neering, in the early history of civilization 
the world over, is closely identified with his 
religious enthusiasm. In this and the lucra- 
tiveness of the fur trade, we find the key to 
the early foothold obtained by the white 
man in this State. Father Sagard, a French- 
man, found the shores of Lake Huron in 
1023, only seven years subsequent to the 
settlement of Quebec. And soon aft(?r 1050 
trading \Hy»is were established at Sault de 
Ste. Marie, Michillimacinac, and Green Bay. 
The fur trade was very profitable. An in- 
stance is recorded where two thousand dol- 
lars' worth of trinkets, distributed to the 
Indians, brought the handsome return of 
thirty-four thousand dollars' worth of furs. 
And this was probably not an exceptional 
case. The consequence was a rivalry be- 
tween the English and French to secure the 
favor of the Indians. In this the French were 
for some reason far more successful than the 
English, and to secure a monopoly of this 
trade they occupied and fortified the present 
site of Detroit, as the key to the great north- 
em lakes, in the year 1701. This place had 
long been the site of an Indian village, and 
when first visited by the French was called 
Teuch-m-Orondie. Game was abundant in 
this vicinity, and herds of bufialo ranged 
over the prairies and valleys. This, to- 
gether with the natural attractiveness of 
the locality, is supposed to account for its 
being selected as the location of their vil- 
lage. 

From the year 1710, to the year 1818, 
when Gen. Cass was appointed governor, 
the history of Detroit is the history of Mich- 
igan. At all events but very little was 
known of other portions of the State. And 
perhaps no city in America has known more 
of the vicissitudes of war and the instabili- 
ties of military rule than Detroit. What with 
the rivalries and contentions and intrigues 
of the French and English in their scram 
bles after the control of the fur trade, and 
the jea! ouses, treacheries and cruelties of the 
various Indian tribes, it was hardly ever at 
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with the French, but the Foxes or Otoga- 
mieB refused to be conciliated and remained 
their deadly enemies to the bitter end. In 
1712 they made an attack upon Detroit, and 
but for a timely discovery of their plans 
would have captured it. Fortunately they 
were held at bay and finally driven from 
their intrenchments to the shores of Lake 
St. Clair, where they were ignominiously 
defeated, with a loss of one thousand war- 
riors. 

In 1760 the fortunes of war gave Detroit 
to England, but the Indian allies of the 
French refused to acquiesce in the decision 
of the sword. Their deadly hatred of the 
English could not accomodate itself to the 
decisions of civilized warfare. It was at 
this period that Pontiac, the celebrated Ot- 
tawa chief, became conspicuous. He appears 
to have been a person of great personal 
courage and bravery, and great breadth of 
conception, but willing to compass his 
ends by treachery, falsehood, and mean 
nessif need be. He had great influence 
with mo6t of the Indian tribes, and organ- 
ised chem as a unit against the English, 
whom he hated with a deadlinese that noth- 
ing could mollify. He conceived the mag- 
nificent project of driving the English 
beyond the Alleglianies, and so nearly 
succeeded that in a simultaneous attack 
upon their twelve principal forts, they all 
but three, Niagara, Pittsburg and Detroit, 
fell into his hands. He continued for sev- 
eral years to annoy the English in various 
ways, and when finally a treaty of peace was 
concluded with the various tribes, he re- 
fused to have any part in it, and betook 
himself to Illinois, where he afterwards fell 
by the hand of a Peoria Indian. 

From this time the English, by adopting 
politic measures with the Indian tribes, seem 
to have attached them warmly to their in- 
terests. And during the American Revolu- 
tion, Detroit seems to have remained pro 
foundly loyal to the British cause, organizing 
and sending out several expeditions against 
the Americans, and sending out bands of 
Indian marauders, who perpetrated deeds of 
fiendish cruelty upon the unoffending fron- 
tier settlements. Even after the war, when 
by treaty stipulations all military posts 



south of the lakes were to be surrendered, 
the British, for several years, found various 
pretexts for retaining possession of Detroit, 
and it was not till 1796 that it was yielded 
up, when Capt. Porter entered it and took 
possession. From this time it was recog- 
nized as a part of the North-west territory 
over which the benificent provisions of the 
ordinance of 1787 extended. 

In 1795 a project was started which, if it 
had proved successful would have materially 
affected the interests of the State of Michi • 
gan and modified her destiny. One Robert 
Randall, of Pennsylvania, and Charles Whi- 
ting, of Vermont, sought to obtain from the 
United States, the preemption right of the 
greater portion of the lower Peninsula or 
some twenty million acres of land. To 
effect this, they liad entered into an agree- 
ment with several fur traders of Detroit, and 
had endeavored to enlist several members 
of Congress in their views. This tract was 
to be divided into forty-one equal shares, 
twenty-four of which were to be given to 
those members of Congress who should 
assist in effecting the requisite legislation. 
The sum proposed to be paid for this pre 
emption right was from half a million to a 
million dollars. Messrs. Randall and 
Whiting were promptly taken into the 
custody of the House, for "an unwar- 
rantable attempt to corrupt the integrity of 
its members." They were examined and 
Whiting was discharged, but Randall was 
reprimanded by the speaker and obliged to 
pay the costs that accrued in the case. Thus 
terminated the project, but it is to be feared 
that Congress is not always as keenly alive 
to the interests of our territories, or to the 
thwarting of selfish schemes for individual 
aggrandizement. 

The territorial organization of l^Iichigan 
took place in 1805, and Gen. William Hull 
was appointed its first governor. On the 
11th day of June, of the same year, Detroit 
was entirely consumed by fire. 

In 1812, Congress declared war against 
Great Britain. The first shock fell upon 
Michigan. By the ignominious capitulation 
of Oen. Hull, Detroit was again surrendered 
into the hands of the British. With a force 
of 1,800 opposed by only 1,400, under Gen. 



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Brock, he sarrcndered without resistance, 
to the bitter mortification and indignatioa 
of his own troops. Though more than half 
a century has elapsed since then, the Amer- 
ican people have not ceased to execrate that 
ignoble act, but all are not agreed as to 
whether his offence was that ot cowardice 
or treason. It was followed by the renewal 
of Indian hostilities ; deeds of wanton and 
murderous cruelty were again perpetrated 
by our savage foe, instigated by the scarcely 
less savage Briton. On the 22d of January, 
1813, occurred the Battle of Frenchtown, or 
the " Massacre at the River Raisin," with 
the sickening details of which we presume 
most of our readers are acquainted. IIow 
bravely Winchester, with his 1,000 men, re- 
sisted Proctor, with his 2,000 soldiers and 
savages, how ho ultimately surrendered to 
overwhelming superiority of numbers, with 
the express stipulation of protection from 
the IndlaM, the bad faith of Proctor in per- 
mitting the scalping, mangling, torturing 
and killing of upwards of five hundred sur- 
rjiiderei men by the ruthless savages, are 
events familiar to the student of American 
history. 

President Madison's appointment of Gen. 
Cass to the governorship of the territory of 
Michigan, seems to have been the commenc- 
ment of a new era in her destiny. It was 
the dawn of her prosperity. Through his 
influence the public lands were surveyed, 
and in 1816, by public proclamation of the 
President, weie brought into market for 
sale. In 1819, Michigan was permitted to 
send a delegate to Ctmgress, and in the same 
year the Indians, by treaty, yielded up to 
the state a large portion of the southern 
peninsula. * 

In 1832 occurred the Black Hawk War, 
but this was confined chiefly ih its effects 
to that portion of the Territory of Michigan' 
which now constitutes the State of Wis- 
consin. 

By a census of the free white inhabitants 
in 1884, Michigan found herself entitled to 
Stateship, but her admission into the Union 
was delayed by a dispute with regard to her 
southern boundary, which lasted until 1837, 
at which time she took her place among the 
states. Detroit was the capital of the State 



until 1847, when by act of the L^;i8]atni« 
it was located at Lansing. The present 
constitution of the State was adopted in 
convention at Lansing, August 6, 18S0. 

PACE OF THE COUNTRT. 

The surface of the Lower or Southern Pe- 
ninsula is chiefly of a gently undulating 
character, the hills never rising to the dig^ 
nity of mountains, and seldom so percipi- 
toua as to interfere with the plow share. 
The central portion, midway between Lake 
St. Clair and Lake Michigan, attains an 
average altitude of 200 feet above the level 
of the lakes, though the dividing ridge is 
somewhat east of the longitudinal center, 
making the eastern slope somewhat more 
abrubt than the western. Some portions 
are very level. The region surrounding 
Snginaw Bay, and especially on the Saginaw 
River and its tributaries, is of this character. 
Monroe county and a portion of Wayne are 
also of this character Tliis conformation 
renders these districts subject to miasmatic 
fevers during their early settlement, but as 
the country matures these miasmatic in- 
fluences disappear entirely. The south- 
w(>stern counties contain considerable fine 
prairie land, while the shores of Lake Mich- 
igan are composed to a great extent of sand 
hills, many of which rise to the height of 
one hundred and two hundred feet. A re- 
markable and pleasing feature of the South- 
ern Peninsula, is that it is besprinkled with 
beautiful little inland lakes ot pure fresh 
water, varying in extent from one acre to a 
thousand acres or more. These usually 
have a gravelly bottom and contain plenty 
of fish. Their water is generally cold, in- 
dicating that they are fed by springs from 
the bottom. Many of them have no visible 
outlet. 

Unlike the Southern, the Northern Pe- 
ninsula is greatly diversified by mountains, 
hills, valleys and plains. The eastern por- 
tion to the celebrated pictured rocks of 
Schoolcraft county is much less broken 
than the western. The Porcupine moun- 
tains form the dividing ridge between Lake 
Superior and Lake Michigan. The highest 
peaks of these are nearly 2,000 feet above 
the level of the lakes, some of them deoti- 



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tute of vegetation. The scenery of the 
Porcupine mountainB is wild and pictur- 
esqae, especially towards the western boun- 
dary of the State. The Northern Peninsula, 
with the exception of the sand plains, is 
mostly covered with dense forests. It con- 
tains millions of acres of pine lands. It is 
abundantly supplied with water, though 
none of the streams are large. It has about 
800 miles of lake coast, and very much of 
it is accessible by lake vessels. 

RIVERS. 

The rivers of Michigan, with the exception 
of St. Clair, Detroit and Sault St. Marie, 
which might perhaps more properly be de- 
nominated straits, are comparatively smaller 
than those of other States. The largest, 
with the exception of those named, are the 
Saginaw, Qrand, Muskegon and St. Joseph- 
Of the other streams in the Lower Penin- 
sula, the Kalamazoo, Cheboygan, Thunder 
Bay, Raisin^ Huron and Clinton, are the 
more important. The chief rivers of the 
Upper Peninsula, are the Montreal, Great 
Iron, Ontonagon, Huron, Menominee, Choc- 
olate, St. Johns and Manistee. 

BOIL AND NATURAL PRODUCTIONS. 

The ami of Michigan is exceedingly varia 
ble, though generally productive. That of 
the Southern Peninsula is not often ex- 
ceeded in richness and adaptation to the 
growth of any and all of the materials 
which sustain human life. Portions of it 
are timbered with white pine, spruce, hem. 
lock, Inich, oak, maple, ash and elm, while 
much of it consists of those beautiful nat- 
ural lawns called oak openings, which are 
covered with scattering trees without un- 
dergrowth. Other portions consist of tim- 
bered lands of black walnut, hickory, lin- 
den, elm, Cottonwood, aspen, sycamore, 
Cjrpieea, cedar, chestnut, paw-paw, &c. 

Though the surface of the Northern Pe- 
ninsula is rugged, and the soil less adapted 
to the production of the staple products of 
mofe favored climes, yet its great strength 
is evinced by the vast forests it has pro 
doofd. These consist mainly of white and 
yellow pine, oak, hickory and sugar maple. 
In this region the winters are rigorous and 
long, tad the mow deep. The deep snows, 



however, do not interfere with, but rather 
promote the growth of the cereals and 
fruit. But the seasons are too short to 
mature Indian com. The staple agricultu- 
ral products of the Southern Peninsula are 
wheat, Indian com, oats, potatoes, hay, but- 
ter, wool and live stock. The potatoe is in 
digenous to the Leelanaw, Grand Traverse 
and some other of the northern counties. 
There is probably no State in the Union 
whose natural resources are so diversified, 
by which we mean no one that contains 
within itself such a variety of the materials 
that constitute the means of living as Mich- 
igan. Other States may get a great name 
by producing vast quantities of one great 
staple as, com, cotton, wheat or coal, but 
are dependent upon other States or foreign 
countries for nearly all their supplies. 

It would hardly disturb the prosperity of 
Michigan were she isolated from the rest of 
the world. She produces her own wheat, 
and com, and oats, besides sending a large 
surplus to other markets. She produces 
her own beef, and pork, and mutton, and 
lard and tallow, and has something left for 
her neighbors. She produces her own wool, 
and her own cloth and leather. Her fishing 
interests have already become vast/ As far 
back as 1853, fourteen years ago, her annual 
product of white fish was 47,203 pounds. 
And now, in the product of this variety of 
fish, Michigan far outstrips all the other 
States combined. As for fruit, the eastern 
shore of Lake Michigan has already become 
the great fruit-growing district of the Union. 
Her coal beds cover 7,000 square miles. 
Her saline deposits are the strongest and 
purest, and if ber salt manufactures continue 
to increase in the ratio they have done for a 
few years past, in less than a decade they 
will distance those of famous Onondaga. 
The vast pineries of Michigan are her glory 
and her pride. They are not inexhaustible, 
but before they are exhausted they will 
make her rich. Her annual product of lum- 
ber is now nearly, if not quite, 1,000,000,000 
feet. This amount of lumber would build 
more than 40,000 houses for the accommo- 
dation of six persons each. That is, we can 
furnish homes for 240,000 persons annually. 
If, with our present imperfectly developed 
lumber interest, we can do this, what re- 



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salts may we not expect when time shall 
have developed our full capacity. 

Bat if we stagger under the vastness of 
oar lumber interest, what shall we say of 
oar mineral resources? These are ab- 
solutely inexhaustible by finite means. We 
have as yet scarcely passed the vestibule of 
that vast storehouse of treasure. Seven 
years ago, in 1860, the value of our annual 
product of copper was more than twice as 
great as that of all the other States together. 
The United States Census Report, of 1860, 
establishes three points in regard to Michi- 
gan copper : 

1. That Michigan mined, in 1860, nearly 
one-half the ore produced in the United 
States. 

2. That in value, Michigan copper ore 
exceeded two4Hrds of the total product of 
that year. 

8. That Michigan copper exceeds in purity 
that of any other State, and that in quantity 
we stand unrivaled. 

And our iron interest is now nearly if not 
quite equal to that of our copper. Imper- 
fectly as this interest is developed, we now 
rank as the second State in the Union in 
the quantity of ore mined, and first in pu- 
rity and strength of material. And as to 
qaantity of raw material , the Northern Pe- 
ninsula contains mountains of solid iron ods. 

The gypsum or plaster beds of Michigan 
deserve also a passing notice. Those of 
Kent county, near Grand Rapids, have been 
known and worked several years, and enjoy 
a high reputation for fertilizing and various 
other properties. The quantity mined du- 
ring the year 1864, was 14,000 tons. Re- 
cently a very rich and extensive bed has 
been discovered in Iosco county, near Tawas 
city. It is called the Alabaster mine, and 
is believed to be fully equal, if not superior, 
to the Qrand Rapids plaster. 

Much of the prosperity of Michigan is 
due to her g^rand system of internal im- 
provements. It is astonishing how rapidly 
development and progress follow in the wake 
of the locomotive. It is interesting and sug- 
gestive to mark the difference between those 
districts traversed by railroads and those 
which are not. But for the Michigan Cen 
tral, where would have been our beautiful 



chain of cities, beginning with Tpsilanti and 
ending with Niles ? They would have been 
with Hastings, and Charlotte, and Paw Paw, 
and Cassopolis, and St. Joseph. And with 
railroad facilities, these latter places might 
rival Kalamazoo, and Grand Rapids, and 
Adrian. Even Detroit, though she fails to 
recognize the fact, owes more of her great- 
ness to the circumstance of being a railroad 
centre, than to her position as a seaport 
town. The locomotive brings us en rapport 
with all the world. Already Michigan 
makes consignments dircM^t to Liverpool tia. 
the Grand Trunk Railway, and in the next 
decade we may expect to see Marquette and 
Ontonagon in direct and neighborly commu- 
nication with Damascus and Calcutta. 

Ot the three great thoroughfares that now 
span the Southern Peninsula — the Michigan 
Southern & Northern Indiana, the Michigan 
Central, and the Detroit & Milwaukee Rail- 
roads — it would be difficult to determine 
which is the most important. Indeed it 
would seem to be out of the question for 
Michigan to dispense with either. 

THE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN ft NORTHERN IN- 
DIANA RAILROAD. 

This great lino of travel was originally 
chartered in 1835, and was /' to commence 
with the navigable waters of the River 
Raisin, and to pass through or as near as 
may be to the villages of Adrian, Hills- 
dale, Coldwater, Branch, Centreville, Con- 
stantine, Mottville, Adamsville, Edwards- 
burg, crossing the St. Joseph at Bertrand, 
and terminating at New Bufialo." The en- 
tire length of the road then contemplated, 
was 183 miles. The main line and its 
branches now traverse more than 500 miles, 
connecting both Detroit and Toledo with 
Chicago. The several lengths of the main 
line and its branches, are as follows : 

Toledo to Chicago 244 miles. 

Detroit to Adrian 74 '* 

Monroe to Toledo 24 " 

Adrian to Jackson 47 " 

Toledo to Elkhart (air line) 128 " 

Total 517 " 

Several of these branch roads subserve 
the convenience of the public far more than 
the interest of the Company. This road 
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from New York to Chicago and the great 
west. That of the Michigan Central or the 
Detroit & Biilwaukee may he, perhaps, con- 
sidered equal to it, with the possible objec- 
tion with some of traversing foreign domin- 
ions. The ** air line " branch, which trav- 
erses only the States of Indiana and Ohio, 
very materially shortens the distance be- 
tween Toledo and Chicago. The main line 
passes throagh the most productive section 
of Michigan, the prairies and famous oak 
openings of St. Joseph, Branch, Hillsdale, 
and Lenawee counties, and the rapid growth 
of the beautiful cities and villages along its 
line, attest the great benefit it lias conferred. 
The management of the foad has always 
enjoyed a liigh reputation for its care for 
the comfort and convenience of passengers, 
and for its promptness in executing all busi- 
ness entrusted to its care. Much of its 
present prosperity and popularity is due to 
the eminent ability and efficiency of its 
accomplished Superintendent, Mr. Charles 
F. Hatch. 

THB MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

This road was chartered to a private com- 
pany in 1881, as the ** Central, or Detroit & 
St. Joseph Railroad." It was to traverse 
its present line to Kalamazoo, terminating 
thence at St. Joseph. In 1837, when in the 
process of cotfstruction, the State bought 
out the chartered rights of the company. 
In 1888 it was completed to Ypsilanti, and 
the first scream of the locomotive in Mich- 
igan rang out upon the frozen air in Janu- 
ary of that year, in 1844 the road passed 
into the hands of the company now owning 
it. It is one continuous line of 284 miles, 
passing through the counties of Wayne. 
Washtenaw, Jackson, Calhoun, Kalamazoo, 
Van Buren, Cass, and Berrien. By its con- 
nections with the Great Western Railway 
of Canada, it enjoys unexcelled facilities for 
communcation with the east, and by its 
connections with the ''Joliet Cut Off," it 
opens a continuous line to St. Louis. Its 
rolling stock is of the best quality, and no 
pains have been spared in its management 
to ensure the safety, convenience and com- 
fort of the traveling public. Mr. R. N. 
Bice, the indefatigable head of the company. 



has few peers in the annak of railroad 
enterprise. ' 

DETROIT ft MILWAUKEE RAILROAD. 

The original project of this road was to 
form a connecting link in a line from Bos- 
ton, passing through Massachusetts, New 
York, Upper Canada, Michigan, Wisconsin, 
and terminating at the Mississippi River. 
It was to begin at Port Huron and termi- 
nate at Grand Haven. That portion of it, 
however, extending from Port Huron to 
Corunna, is not yet built, and Detroit and 
Grand Haven arc the termini. It passes 
through Wayne, Oakland, Genesee, Shia- 
wassee, Clinton, Ionia, Kent and Ottawa 
counties. The principal cities and villages 
along its line are, Pontiac, Holly, Fenton- 
ville, Owosso, Corunna, Ovid, St. Johns, 
Ionia, and Grand Rapids. This road is 189 
miles long, and was o|x»ned its entire length 
in November, 1858. Passing as it does 
through the heart of the Lower Peninsula, 
it has had a vast influence in developing the 
industry and resources of Michigan. The 
splendid steamships " Detroit " and " Mil- 
waukee " ply regularly between Grand 
Haven and Milwaukee, in connection with 
this road. Under the efi^cient management 
of its present Superintendent, Mr. Thos. 
Bell, the future prosperity of the Detroit & 
Mtlw^aukee Railroad is fully assured. 

THE FLINT ft HOLLY RAILROAD. 

This road is only 17 miles long, but is 
important as connecting the Detroit & Mil- 
waukee Railroad with the Flint and Pere 
Marquette. It passes through the flourish- 
ing village of Grand Blanc. 

FLINT ft PERE HARQL'ETTE RAILROAD. 

Only 26 miles of this road is completed, 
extending from Flint, the county seat of 
Genesee county, to East Saginaw. When 
finished it is to be 172 miles in length, and 
traverse the counties of Genesee, Saginaw, 
Midland, Isabella, Mecosta, Osceola, Lake 
and Mason, terminating at Pere Marquette, 
on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. In 
1857 the lands donated by Congress to the 
State of Michigan, to aid in the construc- 
tion of railroads, were conferred by the 
Legislature en this road, but, owing to the 
financial derangement of that period, the 



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work was not commenced until 1858. In 
1860 26 miles, its present length, was com- 
pleted. This road is important as connect- 
ing the vast salt and lumber interests of 
the Saginaw Valley with the outer world 
by rail. 

AMBOT, LANSING ft TRAVERSE BAT RAIL- 
ROAD. 

This road seems to have been abandoned, 
the only section of it ever built — ^that ex- 
tending from Lansing to Owosso and known 
as the '' Ramshorn " — having recently pass- 
ed into the hands of the Jackson^ Lansing 
and Saginaw Railroad Company, 

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. 

This is the longest continuous road in the 
world, reaching from Portland, Maine, tia 
Montreal and Toronto in Canada, to. Detroit, 
a line of more than a thousand miles of un- 
broken rail, with the exception of the 
passage of the St. Clair River, at Port Hu- 
ron. It forms a connection near Detroit 
with the Michigan Southern and Northern 
Indiana Railroad, and thus, perhaps, might 
not inappropriately be termed the first sec- 
tion of the Pacific Railroad. It connects, 
also, with the Michigan Central. Its length 
in the State of Michigan, from Detroit to 
Port Huron, is 62 miles. 

THE GRAND RIVER VALLEY RAILROAD* 

Now in process of construction, is to extend, 
when completed, from Jackson to Grand 
Rapids, through the counties of Jackson, 
Eaton. Barry and Kent. This will give 
railroad facilities to Eaton and Barry coun- 
ties, two fine agricultural districts, which 
have heretofore been entirely without them. 
This company has the use of ten miles of 
the road already constructed by the Jackson, 
Lansing & Saginaw Company, by paying an 
annual rent equal to the interest of one-half 
the cost of that portion of said road. From 
this point, or junction, to Charlotte, the road 
is very nearly completed, and it is expected 
that the entire line will be completed dur- 
ing the present year. Preliminary steps 
have been taken also for the organization of 
a company to continue the line from Grand 
Rapids to Muskegon. These roads, with 
the Michigan Southern and Northern Indi- 
ana to Lenawee Junction, and the "Jackson 



Branch " of that road, would make a road 
from Lake Erie to Lake Michigan, varying 
no where over ten miles from a direct line, 
and about 200 miles in length. 

GRAND TRUNK RAILROAD OP MICHIGAN. 

This is another important railroad, which 
is now being surveyed from Port Huron, via 
Lansing, to Chicago. 

THE PENINSULAR RAILROAD, 

Leading from Escanawba, on Green Bay, to 
Marquette, on Lake Superior, is the only 
one of importance in the Northern Penin- 
sula. 

THE ST. MARY'S FALLS SHIP CANAL. 

The St. Mary's River, or Strait, connects 
the waters of Lake Superior with those of 
Lake Huron. Near the village of " Sault 
Ste Marie" the river makes a descent of 
about 17 feet in a distance of one mile, 
destroying the navigation between these 
lakes. In 1852 Congress granted to the 
State of Michigan 750,000 acres of land to 
aid in constructing a ship canal around 
these rapids. The work was commenced in 
1853 and completed in 1855. Some idea of 
the magnitude of the work and the difllcul- 
ties in the way of prosecuting it, may be 
gained by reference to the fact that every 
article of consumption, machinery, working 
implements and materials, timber for gates, 
stone for locks, had all to be transported 
from Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, and other 
lake ports, to the canal, that the time speci- 
fied for the completion of the work included 
the cholera season of 1854, and that the 
high latitude of the place very essentially 
shortened up the season of navigation which 
was so indispensable to the prosecution of 
the work. But the indomitable energy and 
efficiency of the contracting party (which 
included such names as those of Erastus 
Corning and J. P. Fairbanks, of New York), 
were equal to the occasion, and in May, 
1855, the canal was completed, accepted by 
the commissioners, and turned over to the 
State. Its advantage to the State of Mich- 
igan in opening the vast mining and timber 
regions of Lake Superior are too self-evi- 
dent to require comment. 



AND BUSINESS DIBECTOBT. 



25 



KDUCATION. 

One of the most distinguishing character- 
istics of Michigan, is her liberal educational 
policy. No one can have traveled to any 
extent in the State without being struck 
with it. Scarcely a village but has a mass- 
ive brick edifice, dedicated to the education 
of the youth. Many of these are models of 
architectural beauty and taste, surrounded 
by beautifully shaded grounds, and supplied 
with all the apparatus and paraphernalia 
that can be devised to make the path to 
learning attractive. The perpetuity of frao 
government depends upon the general intel- 
ligence and virtue of its people, and the 
prosperity of a State that appreciates this 
&ct is already assured. Michigan does 
appreciate it, and her school-houses are the 
proudest monuments that could be erected to 
the intelligence of the present generation. 
The Constitution of the State enjoins upon 
the Le^i^ature "the encouragement of learn- 
ing and the general diffusion of knowledge 
among the people." It provides for a Su- 
perintendent of Public Instruction, for a 
general system of Common School organ- 
intion, for the establishment of at least one 
library in each town, and for the applica- 
tion of all penal and military fines for the 
■npport of these libraries. 

Avast improvement upon our primary 
•chool system has been of late years made 
by the establishment of " Union" or graded 
BehoQls. These schools combine the aca- 
demic grade of instruction with tliat of the 
eommon school, thus affording the facilities 
for acquiring the requisite knowledge of the 
higher branches to enter colleges and uni- 
Territiea. 

THB STATB UKIYERSITT OF MICHIGAN, 

Located at Ann Arbor, is the largest insti • 
intion of the kind in the United States. Its , 
students at present number about 1,200. ! 
For a more particular description of it, see j 
Ann Arbor in the body of this work. ■ 



THE STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 

Established at Lansing in 1856, is an insti 
intion designed to afford to homeless boys 
of a tender age an opportunity to escai^e 
from a career of crime which would other- 
wise await them, and to teach them how to 
gain an honorable livelihood. 
4 



A NORMAL SCHOOL, 

designed for the education of teachers of 
both sexes was established at Ypsilanti, in 
the year 1852. 

A STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

is located in the township of Meridan, near 
Lansing. It was organized in 1857 and its 
design, as its name indicates, is to aiford 
thorough instruction in agriculture, and the 
sciences connected therewith. This institu- 
tion combines physical with intellectual la- 
bor, and has connected with it a farm of 676 
acres, to combine experimental with theo- 
retical farming. 

Among the very best of our educational 
institutions is the 

MICHIGAN ASYLUM FOR THE DEAF, DUMB 
AND BLIND, 

located at Flint. It is free to all the deaf, 
dumb and blind of Michigan, between the 
ages of ten and thirty years, and all are en- 
titled to an education without charge for 
board or tuition. 

Thus we see the high ground our State 
has taken in regard to popular education. — 
Nor are we behind in regard to our private 
schools and colleges. At Adrian, Albion, 
Kalamazoo, Hillsdale, Lansing and Olivet 
are colleges of the first respectability, and 
other institutions of learning of a high order 
are scattered throughout the State. Several 
of these may be found in Detroit, as the 
CUutneal and High School, The Detroit Fe- 
male Seminari/, The MicMgan Female Semi- 
nary, 2'he Academy of the Sacred Heart, 
etc. Besides these Michigan has various 
Commercial colleges, where facilities are 
afforded young men for obtaining a thorough 
business education, without the expense 
attendant upon a regular collegiate 
course of study. Among these that of Al- 
bion, under the Presidency of Hon. Ira May- 
hew, has acquired a national reputation, de- 
riving patronage not only from Michigan, 
but from states in all quarters of the Union. 
The "chain" of Commercial colleges of Ann 
Arbor, Adrian, Jackson and Grand Rapids, 
conducted by A. C. Parsons, Esq., of Ann 
Arlx>r, is also preeminently deserving of 
notice. 

INDIANS OF MICHIGAN. 

In 1864 there were about 7,000 Indians in 
Michigan. Of these about 1,000 are Chip- 



26 



CHAPINS* STATE GAZBTTESR. 



pewas, residing in the northern Peninsula, 
near the head of Keweenaw baj. About 
4,500 are Ottawas. residing in the counties 
of Oceana, Mason, Grand Traverse, Emmet. 
Cheboygan, Mackinaw and Chippewa. The 
Chippewas of Saginaw, number about 1,500, 
and are mostly inhabitants of Bay and Isa- 
bella counties. The Chippewas, Ottowas and 
Pottawattomies number less than 200, and 
are mostly in Cass and Van Buren counties. 
The Pottawattomies of Huron, are about 50 
in number, and reside in Calhoun county. 
Thus the race of people so dreaded and 
formidable in the early history of Michigan, 
has dwindled to a mere handful, while the 
Anglo-Saxon population of the State has 
swelled to nearly a million. The Indian 
will not conform to the usages of civilized 
life. Notwithstanding the schools and me- 
chanic shops supported among them by the 
federal government; notwithstanding the 
patient, persistent efforts of missionaries, 
both Jesuit and Protestant, among them 
from the first discovery of the continent, 
he is the same uncouth, uncivilized being 
that he was in the days of King Philip and 
Powhattan. Unlike the Indian, the negro 
conforms to the habits of civilization and 
even of refinement, with facility. Had legis- 
lative munificence and religious zeal done as 
much for the latter as for the former, he 
wouldhave risen far above his present sta- 
tus, with a fair prospect of becoming, ulti- 
mately, the peer of the white man. 

THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE SOUTHERN 
PENINSULA. 

It is a remarkable fact that, while emi- 
gration has pushed its way far beyond the 
Mississippi, to Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, 
and across the continent, to Oregon and 
California ; while the high latitudes of Min- 
nesota are dotted with pleasant and com- 
fortable homesteads, the northern half of 
the Lower Peninsula of Michigan remains 
almost an unbroken wilderness. By the 
census of 1860, ten of the counties of this 
portion of the State contained not a single 
white inhabitant, and twenty-five others 
contiguous to them contained an aggregate 
population of only 41,000. With a great 
extent of Lake coast, and accessible at all 
points, watered by a thousand rivers and 



brooks, and sprinklod with silvery lakelets, 
why is this vast region still the undisturbed 
haunt of the bear, the elk, the moose and 
the panther? Doubtless the heavy timber 
of these regions has discouraged emigrants 
from settling here, and it is no misfortune 
to Michigan that the broad prairies of the 
trans-Mississippi States have presented a 
more inviting field to the agriculturist. 
These forests constitute much of her wealth, 
and it is sheer vandalism to cut them away 
and bum them to make farms. 

It was the opinion of the Hon. D. C. Leach, 
Indian Agent for Michigan, that the main 
reason why these timbered regions have 
been so long passed by and neglected, is 
that erroneous views have generally pre- 
vailed with regard to their soil and climate. 
He says, *' Even among people of our own 
State, the soil and climate of these regions 
have been supposed to be unfavorable to 
agricultural pursuits. It was said the coun- 
try is low and swampy, and liable to late 
and early frosts. It was believed also that 
fever and ague was the rightful proprietor 
of all this region, and ready to lay violent 
hands upon all who ventured within his 
domains." If we except five or six counties 
lying about Saginaw Bay and north of it on 
Lake Huron, we may safely state that the 
balance of this region is healthful and fiivor- 
able to agriculture. It is true that the win- 
ters are longer and the snows deeper than 
in the southern counties of the State, but 
the transition from cold to warm weather is 
more direct, and unaccompanied by thoie 
cold, backward springs that characteriie 
more southern latitudes. The best of win- 
ter wheat is produced here, and all the 
cereals flourish, though only the hardier 
varieties of Indian com mature, on account 
of the shortness of the season. Peaches, 
grapes and strawberries are grown success- 
fully in Grand Traverse and Leelanaw coun- 
ties, and it is believed that these counties 
•are even better for fruit growing purposes 
than those farther south. 

Many have supposed this to be a mineral 
region, and considerable money has been 
spent in searching for them, particularly 
for coal. But if Geology is to be relied on, 
such efforts will continue unsuccessful. 

It is simply a plea^nnt and healthful agri- 
cultural region, and as such commends it- 
self to the attention of those who would 
like a forest home. 



▲irO BU8INBSS DtBBCrORT. 



27 



POPULATION OF MIOHIGAI AOOOBD0a TO OEHSUS OF 1864 





M*, HllH. 


ITd. FbuIm. 


Wbkti. 


tJttral^ 






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3,1^ 

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13.U&4 

t,Tn 
in* 

"'Ji;945 

4m 

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11, 149 

itt,«« 

J,»T 

a,iiiT 

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lO.ltUO 

(iWT 

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11,191 

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tis 

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ll,fl«T 

1409 

ii.4i» 
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i^iiA 

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590 

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106 

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10,HI0 

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11T4(J 

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4,m 

18,418 

iQi,irn5 
a,»8 

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1T,«*1 
41,0911 

515 


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8 
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19 

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4 

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1450 
14,180 

cm 

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95,011 
88,458 


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5,100 




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16,ll» 

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5,400 




15,150 


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0,851 


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97,501 




91,190 
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Unorganized. c:7f>unttc]9 in HfCiolilfira'n. 

loona, Crawford, Roscommon, Misauka, Oteego, Schoolcraft, 

mzie, Gladwin, Kalkaska, Osceola, Presque Isle, Wexford, 

Wftflhinjart*>n— OTgiiftl»i!d in 1867. 

1 1864 these counties contained an nggregnte pripulatiun of 1195. 
tie increase of children between 5 niui SO yoAns of age in the State during the jear 
ras 22,704, which renders it morally certain that the increase of the whole popula. 
aring that time was folly equal to 70,000. 



28 CHAPINS' STATB GAZBTTEEB 



SST^LSrilSiaSD in 18G4. 



GEHESAL AGEHT IH MICHIGAN FOB 
J. A. FAY & CO., 

C. B. BOGERS & CO., 

GOULD MACHINE CO., 

AMES' IRON WORKS, 

ROLSTONE MACHINE WORKS, 

AND DEALER IN MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS 

irOR ^WORKIT^^O^ ^VOOD OR IRON, 

JPlanera, JPlaners and Matchera^Me'Sawing Machines, Sashf 
Door and Blind Machinery^ etc., etc. 

BOILERS, CIR.CXJ1L.AR. SA.W^ M:I1L.1L.S, 

PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES, 

SHAFTING, PULLETS, ETC. 

SO Griswold Street, - - - DETROIT, MICH. 

EDGE TOOL MAITTJPACTOHY. 

SHAAV & HOXJOHTOIV, 

Comer Brnsl^ mnd IVoodbridffe Streets, « « « BETROIT, MICH* 

MASrUrACTUBX AKD BKIX, WHOLBSALS AND RETAIL, 

■AOnira IHITBS W ALL EXKD8, 

Asm, Hill Pioki, Carpenten* Tooli, Ship Oarpenten ' and Calken' Tooli, 

Botohen^ CleaTen, Stone Hammen. Piclcs, Mattocks, Mauls, 81edg:e«, Bash Hooks, Grab Hoes, Moul- 
ders* Tools, Saw 8wage«, etc. BeoairiDff promptly attended to. A ftoll supply of Tool 
Handles of all kinds kept constantly In Stock. 

PENINSULAR IRON COlTPANY, 



XAmTFAOTUBXBS Or 



OFFICE OVER SECOND NATIONAL BANK, 

Cor. Jefferson & Woodward Aves., DETROIT, MICH. 

JOHI BUBT, Pra't AU8TIH BUBT, 8a«»y. SIIAS L. FULLEB, Banaginv Agent. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 29 

]B. jIlH^IMSTHOTVO^ Ac CO., 

Mannfaotnrers of 

FELT & 6RAVEL COMPOSITION ROOFS 

AND ROOFINa MATERIALS. 

■••flag Felt asi Bt«f lag OeMeat 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SAU IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS. 

All orders left at our ofllce will Receive Prompt Attention. 



DXALBB IK 






Office, Yard and Dock, between Cass and First Streets, 

NEXT TO DETROIT CITY ELEVATOR, 

DETROIT, ... MlCHlfiAN. 



OO^LS: 

LEHIGH, 8CBANTON, BL088BUBG, EBIE, 

WILLO W BANK, BBIAB HILL, MINEBAL BIDQE. 

FIO- ipioisr: 

UNION, MASILLON, SCOTCH, LAKE 8UBEBIOB. 



Various other brands of Coal and ^ig Iron for Sale. 



DETROIT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, 

MAXUFACTUEEHS OF 

II6H AND LOW PRESSURE ENGINES 

Foil BOATS, PliOPKLLKRH, tSAW MlLLi, AXD MINING PtRPOSKS. 

Kibbleaf Skips, Iren Worki Bm&a and lion Oaatings, Machmerf* Etc., 

AMD BORING TOOLS OF ALL KINDS. 
Works mi iMrned SUffrom Third to Fourth Sts,, 

Office f comer Lamed and Third SireM* 

C. H. BUHXi, President. B. R. PEIRCE, Sec. and Treas. 

J. W. BABTLETT, Mechanical Superiatendeat 

C. H, BUHL, J, OWEN\ C, VAN HrSAN, DUNCAN STEWART, C. HURLBUT, 



MANi'FACTrnEn or 



Morocco Linings & Russett Pad Skins, 

BfUlW In WOOL, SHEEP SRIXS, HIDFS AMI CiI.F SKIXS, 

549 Woodbridge St. West, V'-'&^s.^ S-sri DETROIT, MICH. 



CASH PAID FOB WOOL, 8BEBF SKINS, HIHES & CALF SKI.\8. 

Detroit Silver Plating Works and Ifanu&cttuiag Jewelr7 Establishment. 

MANUFACTURIIVG JEWELER, 

139 Griswold St., cor. of State St., 

Ui.'uiaJr ind Odd FfUiwi* J«w«lg and Etdprf s of Atl drstrlpUon^ 9Ude to Order. 



AND BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 



31 



HOLMES <fc WEBSTER, 

Manufacturers of Portable and Stationary 

WOOD AND COAL 




pyeiABii 



AN1> DEALERS J>' 



Registers, Ventilators, & Parlor Urates, 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, all kinds 

of Pltimbers' Goods, Pumps and 

Hydraulic Bams. 

Plumbing, Steani and Gas Fitting 

XJOTsTE TO ORDER, 

BOTH IN CITY AND COUNTEY. 
115 Jcircr!«on Ave., 



DEALERS IN 

No. 43 Bates St., DETROIT, MICH. 

BEST PALE, AMBER&BROWN MALT, i Higliest Market Price m at aD times 



Ab<I PHitir Ko«i York And UtrJiigim Hu]Ki, 

AIL.\VAYS ON IIANI3. 



FOR GOOD BAKLKY. 

Orders from the Cormtry prcmptl7 attended to 



JOHN I. D. BRISTOL & CO., 

43 Michigan Ave, cor. Shelby St., DETROIT, MICH. 

Pork, Hams, Eggs, Butter, Flour, Mill Feed, Oats and Corn. 



COtTKTRY PRODl'CE BOUGHT AND SO£.D. 



82 



CHAPIKS' BTATB GAZBTTEBB 



B|@T®S* 



D 



TYRREL & BROTHER, Propr's. 



JEFFEBSON A VEtl UE, 



I>ETI«.OIT, 



3i:iOH:i<3^-AJV. 



Opposite Michigan Central R. R. Passenger Depot and Grand Trunk Depot, and two 

minutes walk from the Cleveland and Detroit Steamboat Lauding and Feny 

of the Great Western Railway. 

The most CoHTeHleHt House Ih the City for Trarelers aHd Business IMeH. 



A. W. TYKRXL. 



D. W. TTRBXL. 



"WM. T. PURDY, Proprietor. 

COR. WOODWARD AVENUE AND WILLIAMS ST., 

Good Stabling for Farmers, Teamsters, Etc. 
OOOV Rooms AND ACCOMBIODATION8 FOR ROARDING. 



T^ILLI^AJM STE\^.AH,T, 



*9 
CHABTEB AND COLLECTION AGENT, 

WUl Attend to Charterino Vessels and Securing Freights. Also, Buying and Selling Vessels. 
Office, Brady's Biock, foot Woodward Ave., nETBOIT, MICH. 



AND BUSIXESS DIRECTORY. 



33 



MlGHiaAN WIRE WORKS, 

^rCrtTAHMi'KED FEB. I, iN/iTj 

SAMUEL ADAMS, 

WIRE, ©IdfH 

PLAIN AUD OBNAMENTAL WIEE WOEK, 

Screens for Flouring & Fan Mills 

BAND AND COAL SGEEENS, WINDOW QTJAEBS, FIE£ FENBEES 

Riddl<^«. 8t«vei, Lever Spring Rat Trap*. Wmul ami Tin Bird Cacois, and Wire Mo«« Biiekvtr, 
Auiiealcd aiid BHjjhl Iron Wirt*, 

^r COUKTMSit, CMMEtnr AND a Alt DEN RAILING MADE TO OIlDBM.^,^ 

^-AGENT FOR THE CLINTON WIRE CLOTH CO,-^ 




AfiRiGULTinUl WAREIOUSE 

No. 103 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT, MICH., 

AT THE SIGX O^ THE PLOW, 

DEALER IN 

IGRICDLTDRAL k HOBTICtJLTORAL IMPLEMENTS 

9eedi». Ilirmc Powura, 8nint «ijd Thrt'ftUlnp Miiclilno^, Cook, riirlof and Six Plati- StoTes, 
iivii\% and Zinc, Cu|>p«r, Tin. t^hcei^iruii anU Jupginueci Wurc, Uuy PrvBbcii, etc. 

%v9Tf Nev Improvompnt In Airrlcultitml Miichlnery i« immtjillMlely sjccund l>y tie. The at t on t ion of 
Trxde dtfl}in)¥ in onr Hue thrtniirhout lllw coiintrj l» rwpt-ci fully reqntt^tt^d to uur gciieraJ eiutk of 
' uid P«t«tot Ai^ricuUm'ttl impivrntifilif. 

W. S. PENFIELD, Agent. 



i 



84 



CHAPINS' STATE OAZSTTBEB 



CEO. H. PRENTIS, 

ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW 

OFFICE, Ho. 1 LABXKD 8TBBGT VEST, 

OSTR®lir, • • MtOHIQAN. 
HOVEY E. CLASEE, 

ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW 

AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. 

No. 1 SeiiM Block, 

Griswold Street, DETROIT, MICH. 



B.T. PRENTIS, 



ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT U¥ 



OFnCE, Ho. 1 LIBHEB WSER VER, 



lilSTRQIir» 



MIOKIQAN. 



JAMES A. ABUSTBONG. 

HRE AHD HARIHE IHSURAHCE, 

WESTERN INSURANCE COMT 

OF BUFITAILiO. 

National Insarance Co., of BostOH. 

Offloe next door to Strong ft Lindiay, Jeff. ATe. 






T. B. LEAVENWOBTH, 

The only manafkctiirer In the State of 

SILVER SPOONS, FORKS^.ETG. 

ALSO, AQWKT FOB 

HOWARD'S PATENT BREACH LOADniG RIFLE, 

'"THUNDERBOLT." 

No. 155 Woodward Avenue, 
Sign of the Uage Spoon. DtTHOIT, MION. 



JAMES ORAIO-, 

coionssioir merchant 

AND DKALKB DT 

WHITEFISH, TROUT, ETC., 

Also, Produce, Net9, Twloes and Fiaher- 
men'8 Supplier. 

WAREHOUSE AHD OFFICE OH THE DOOT, 

BKTWXEN CASS AKD WATNB STB., 

DETROIT, IMCICHIOAN. 



LAITXEB BROTHERS, 

Manaihcinren and Dealen In 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 
No. 40 Monroo Avenue, 

X>3eTROIT, « MICHIGAN. 
pr Machine Bniahea nude to order at abort notice. 



Mannflictarer and Dealer in 



105 WOODWASD AVE., UP STAIS8, 
Nearly opp» Buseeil House, 

X>3eTROIT, « MICHIGAN. 

^^Whipa Bepaired. Buckskin for Belt Lacing. 



AHm BUSIKSSS DIRECTORY. 



35 



a-EO- Tt. j^i^ra-ELXi, 



TTIIOriSfSIAJILiS: I>£:ik]Li£:il Ilf 



PH0T06RAPH & AMBROTTPIT GOODS 

O-ILT AND ROSEWOOD 



ROSEWOOD AND GILT MOULDING, 

SCREW mSJICTM CORD, HAILS, TASSELS 4 BACKING 

19T JEFFERSON AVENVE, 



A. R. & W. F. LINN, 

XANTJFACTUBXB8 07 

COFFEES, SPICES, HUSTillD CREAM TARTAR, 



AMD waouMAi.c mAixBS a 



AT THEIR OLD STAND. THE V STORE, 

154 Woodward Avenue, DETROIT, MICH. 



J. R. PERKINS' 
i. STENCIL ESTABLISHMENT 

JTo. 905 JBFFBnaOK AVSNUB, 

Sm1», Seal Preii«e9, Markln? Platefi, Dry and Liquid 

Stencil Inki>, Bnishps, BraM Alphabets and Ftg- 

nre<>, Slecl Htamps, Su^l Die0 for catting 

Name Plates for marking Clothing, etc. 

bMQte U. BroihM, Ttum, tad an StMdl Xatorial 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



DB. L. C. ROSE & BROTHER 

Olllce, No. 1 Fisher Block, 

Will devote themeelvef to an office and citj practice, 
treating dii>ea0O8 of the InnjTB, throat, catarrh. DYS- 
PEPSIA, female complaints. RHEUMATISM, nen- 
ralcia, headache, EYE and EAR, kidney aflectiona, 
and all SEXUAL DISEASES. FEW REMEDIES 
and QUICK CURES. A room tor private conenl- 
tation where ladles can consult on all delicate derange- 
mttnts. 

In this office the nnfortnnate will find a fHend. 
Sulphur baths given. Dr. Bauning^s Body Brace or 
female supporter for sale. 

Office hours from 8 a. x. to 8 p. x. Sundays, IS 
to two. 



S6 



CnAPINS' 8TATK GAZIETTEEB 




^srrj^mz^imn:EiT> xt^ ibso. 



TXt^VXJIi IBItO'S 



I iMMlMICHieAN PUTINS WORKS 

AND JEWELEY ESTABLISHMENT, 

206 JEFFERSON AVE,, 

COLD AND SILVER PLATERS, 

itAtriTFArTrnERfi or and UBALKRS lit 

Soiid Gold .lewffrff. Fine Silver fttid riated Ware, 
Cwnodfi^ Sea Shells, etr. 

DOOR I'LATES of even' vndety tnnde nnfl cns-raved to nrder. AM kind^ of Plate Ware rv-plftted »t 
hftir I lie ori-jltial cojit. Watcke* aud .iL'ivt^lrv Made iiimI Uepnln-'d, Wurk wrtmintt^l to invii ^ndntfaeUon. 
PRICES LCtW. 

N. D.— Cdrrbi^ Iroaa Fins PlAted« Thit Highei^t Price paEd for Old Gold ntid Sllvur. 




FLo:^:EiFL'r t. 



MANtTrACTlKKK A7»D ETTAMELLKK op 



FINE 60LD, SILVER & HAIR JEWELRY 

IK AIL THE I*ATEST STYLES, AT WHOLESALE AFD RETAIL. 



Oor. Woodward Ave, and Laraed St., up stairs, 



DETROIT. 



partial til r Attc^otinri pnld to Illaninnd Sftliiig, Retmlrlnp done !n Ihc Ncfli^'ff Manner. A I^rge 
AiBOrtmfUt of PrifiiHjfr t^imiei* CutiBUnlly on limd. iJljiihos't price Paid fur Otd Gtild and SlJvcrr. A 
Llberml Discount lo Im Trade. 



IF. & s- n^v^ooie.Ei, 



joj^-j^^jc^.^ Tj\r .D.rt.^^^^x? 



fimm JiJffMBER. LATH, 1T€. 

No. <J03 \ToocH>i*i€l^o Stroc^t West, 

OETROJT, MICH. 



FllAKKT.m MOOKK. I 
STErUSK MoORX. f 



*BILt8 SIAWMn TO OHni^R,^^ 



AND BrSINESB DIBECTOBT. 



91 



T. J. HAYWOOD & CO., 

FOB THB PaBCHASB AND SALE OF 

BUTTER, CHEESE, PORK, LARD, EGOS, 

AND PRODUCE GENERALLY. 

^•ivi.y^^Wiri DETROIT, MICH. 



WHITE METAL, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT 

ALSO, SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS. 

Safth with Glass Set Sent any Distance with Safety. 

y^r#aioh and Amerioaa Windoir Glass at Wisoleaala. 

E. P. EABL, 44 Jefferson Avenue^ Detroit, Hich. 



WILLIAM SMITH, 

WHOLESALE 4b BSTAIL 

AT THE MARIIIE MEAT MARKET, 
JEFFERSON A TENUE^ 

CORMEB OF mWT 8TBBBT, 

03ETR0IT, - MICHIGAN. 



fltMiinboftU, Propellent ond Ve^selB enpplled with 
Ham*. ToDKoev, Saurajseii, and oil kinds of the 
cbolceit Meats urthc 8euoD, at the lowest possible 
prieto. Alio with Ice. 



HACKETT & MONAGHAN, 

coHHissioN mmm 



AND DBALEBS IH 



GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. 



PAIHTS, OILS AND 



SHIP STORES 

127 Woodbridge Street, 

CORNER OF FtRBT, 

f OBTROIT. 



ROB'T J HACKETT, 
JOBlf MONAOHAK. 



38 CHAPINS' STATE OAZETTEEB 




p-p.ATiTFgi IXT 



WATCHES, CLOCKS, 
8ILTER WARE, TOTS, PLATED WARE, ETC., 
TJnderLairmeeEotdflCaTimeeSt, A.DRIA.1V, MIIOIX. 




laPOBTBB AICD WBOLESAI-K DEAI^B Of 



CHINA, 6USS& EARTHENWARE 

PLATED GOODS, TABLE CUTLERY, ETC., 
i»co. os south miajn street, 

m:a.tjm:ee street, 
.ADRIA-lSr, - - - MIOHIGA-ISr. 



WILLIAM S. SAMMONS, PROPRIETOR. 

^^ Good Barnp and Stabling for the accommodation of Fannern and the TraTeling Public. 

MAUMEE aTREET, ADRIAN, MICH. 

J. T. STRONG, - - PROPRIETOR. 

This HouBO has been newly Fitted and Furnished Throughout. No Pains 
will be spared for the accommodatiun of Guests. 

Board $1.00 per day. Good Stabling attached. 



AND BUSnrXSS OIBXCTOBT. 



30 



ELDREDQE & WALKER, 

6©U3ilSEL@SS AT LAW 

AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. 

Office under Odd FeUowe' Hall, MawMnee Strewi, 

\ ADRIAN. MICH. 



CBABLJE8 M. WALKXR. 



Rx:^^^:!! HY Px:iiiM[i@isio^ to 



Hon. Frankun JoHNfioN, Jndica Ut Circuit, I Hon. Josiah Tusnkb, Jadge 7th Circait, 
*' Sanforo M. Qbekn, *' 6th " | '' J. G. Suthcrlakd, *' 10th '* 



DE. A. F. SHAKKOK, 

EOLEOnO & ELEOTBOPAIHIO 



Will be foand at hia Office during asoal business 

hoan, where he is prefMircd to preflcribe for 

diseatfe* generally. 

AU PRIVATE DISEASES TREATED CONFI- 
DENTULLT AKD SIJ€CESSFLLL¥. 

All Xindi of Dental Work Done to Order. 



GEDDES & MULEB, 

BaooesfiorB of Bowen A Oeddefi 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 



CnABLKS B. MILLSB, f ADli 1 AJNy MIGHt 



OonectieBS Prooiptly Attended to. 



la:. -w". -w-A-XiicEie/i i^. id. 



r 



Office in Masonic Temple, ' 

}0^ Pays particular attention to diseases of the Eye and Ear, and all cases requiring surgical treatment 
ABTIFICIAL £T£S inserted at reasonable prices. 



Largest and best combined Sky and Side Light of Chround Qiase 

in the State. 



mmnw fmiuui miim^ 

No. 74 Maxunee Street. 
ABRIAlir^ ... MICHIOAXr. 

Photographs, Plain, India Ink or Colored, all nizes, from Life or Old Pictures, and warranted eatla- 

BCtory. Good bargains in Rosewood and Oilt. Black Walnut and Rustic Mouldings, and 

Frames, at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



PICTURES FOR SALE. 



J. 1¥. MORRIS. 



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CHAPIXS' STATE GAZBTTEER. 



D. A. Looms. 



▲DAM W AGmS. 



LOOMIS & WAGNER, 

r" No. 36 South Winter Street, 

>ifj L_« NEAE LAWBEHCB HOTBL, 

^ ADRIAN, ■ - MICH. 




Manafactarers and Repairers of all kinds of machinery. 

IRON & BRASS CASTINGS MADE TO ORDER. 

Mowers and Reapers repaired on short notice* Men and tooU 
furnished to do work in the Country. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO REPAIRING STEAM BOILERS. 



iiiix:ivx:ii OF 



AND MANUFACTURER OF MALT VINEGAR, 

No. 13 South Main St., 43>SI42I» MIOB. 



IIOULTOK & ADAMS, 

Xanoikotiuen and Drnders in 

Soais, Gillie!! eil Fotasli, 

NORTH MAIN STREET. 

ADRIAN, - - MICHIGAN. 



ill Orders Prtaptiy Attended to. 



M. P. METTLING, 

BEiai a REFRiSMHEirr 

SOUTH SIDE MAIDEN LANE, 

Near Main St.. ADRIAN, MICH. 



Oysters, Beer, Ale, and all kinds ol Befreshmenta 
■erred ap to Order. 



AXD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



41 



.^^rafk), OFFICE, ODEBWOOD'S BLOCK, 

- ^ 54 Maumee Street, - - ABEIAN. 




. - Dn. OWICX i.» devotrnff n hir-e pcirtJoB of hin Mdjc to tho SPECIAL OBJECT OF FILLmO, no 
I iDiure the pcrtiiAucnt prvst^rviitioD of ttiL* Natural T&uth. 



SIOLER & STOOTJM, 

W1IOLXSAL.S AKD RXTAtL BEAI.ERA IN 

BATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, 

Py t SILVER AND PLATED WARE, 

All Warranted, os Ilo]>i*esG]itoci. 

TSMaumee Street, ADRIAN, MICH. 

Waiti;he9 Repntred iind Jobbing dona on Bhort aQiice and In thi; B«st Mauncr. 
^H OoMiei* Front and >ra,ijx IB t reels. 



HURLBUT Sc BROTHER, 







SCHNEIDER & LANGOHR 

MASfftTFACTUllKn* AND DZAl,KIt5 IN 

t^'^J^vje^l^ Z A DIES' GAITERS, ETC., 
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF HART «> DAY'S DRUC STORE, MAIN ST., 
u . 



42 



CUAPINS' BTATE GAZETTEEIT- 



=» OPERATIYE i MECHABICAl' 




■ i®liSW181 



^3' 'Ife'™ (t|^' '^^ 5-2^ t«feJ ; 
OfDco In !lf Qflonlc Temple, 
(OVZB POST omcEj 



ADRIAN, 



MtCHIGANT 



Morence Sewing; MacMne 



-AND- 



LAMB KNITTING- MACHINE, 
AND DBALBR IIV MELODEOIffS, 

CORNER MAUMEE AND WINTER STREETS. 

Opposite Masonic Temple, AGRIAH, MICU. 



Hair Cutting & Bathing Rooms 




Opp. Masonic Temple, Maumee St., - ADRIAN 




PriTatfi Entrance for Laiies' Hair Mm an! MM Booms. 

PLAIN AND ORNAN1ENTAL HAIR WORK DONE TO ORDER. 



A^O) BUSIXSSS DIBECTORT. 43 

I>J53AJLiJ53R XIS 

IMEILL FEEI>, Etc., 
COBNEB OF MAIN & CHUMCH STREETS, 

AomAii, - - MiCHieAii. 





JOHN LEWIS, PBOP'R, 

67 asa:ATJiviEE3 street, 
jcX « SS^ X ^^ jEaL jui jcS SS> ^ 

Livery, Boarding and Sale SWe 

Winter Street, .^^B^Jjb) jrlL^iS^ Lawrence Hotel, 

ADRIAN, - - - "Michigan. 



Under Masonte Temple, - - ADRIAN, IHICIIIGAIV. 



KIMBAL L & CAMBURN , Prop'rs. 
OBOIOB CIGABS, WIBBS. ALBS. COSFBOTIOBBBT. 

Ojstcr tai ¥ika paitla fluilshed with Sirrcn at shwrt ■•ttct. 



44 CHAPINS' RTATE OAZBTTEEB 

EXCELSIOR STEAM BENBDie & SPOKE WOBES 

Comer of South Main St. and S. JS* Tracks 

Bows, Felloes, Shafts and Spokes. 

OEO. B. THR,OOI», I»rop»r. 

}S^ Saxtlb Obdkbs 8oLicrm>. 



'1^ 

SILAGE R PLA.TER 

House, Carriage and Harness Plating done with Neatness 

and Dispatch. Door JPlates, Door Knobs^ Belt 

FiUls and Numbers done on Sluyrt Notice 

and Reasonable Terms. 

Manmee Street, opp. Masonic Temple, AOftlAlli MICH^ 
jfiL. 2!^j^X:"V^EIl.Il., 






"1) 

No. 36 CHURCH STREET, 

Planing, Turning, Beroll and Cironlar flawing, and Job Work done to Order. 
Olden Promptly Attended to. 

WX8T MAVMBE aiKEBT, 



SHERMAN & LABAR, PROPRIETORS. 



CUSTOM AND MERCHANT ORINDHSTQ. 

19-FI.OUB AND FBEO KEPT CONSTANTLT OM HAITO. k* 



A3n> BUSINESS DIBBCTOBT. 



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CBAPnrs' STATE OAZETTBBB 



SUTHERLAND & WHEDON, 

COMMISSION FIRE, LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE AGENTS, 
No. O MUR-ON STREET, 

UP STAIRS. &M1^ ASSOS» ISIOSt 

TRIPP, AILES & PRICE, 

AMM AHB0H FOWHI^ST 

ATNi> m:ach:i3ve siioi?, 

MUl CaHlnaa, Iron Water WheeU, MuUy HfHuLt, Flour Puckers, and MIU Maehinnirv ef 

all J}eaerip*lanM, JHaw and otiter AffHeulttiral JmpUmetU Castiuge, Oemerai 

Sepairinff done, Jfe own tite right of and Manufacture 

HUSTON'S ADJUSTABLE WATER WHEEL SCROLL. 



CHA8. TBIFP. 



BOBEBT K. AILXS, 



BOBBBT J. rOXCB. 



BPIMOMHM WBITIH© 4CAD1MY, 

COBHEB MADT AND WASHINOTOH STREETS^ : 
.AuTsrj^ .^l.zi.:bozi.. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO PREPARING TEACHERS IN 

Business Fenmansliip, Oard Writing, Flourishing and Fen Drawingi 

W. F. FAJEISOIS^^ I>riiicipal, 

Ann Arbor Business College and Telegraphic InsUimts, 



DR. M. H. KNAPP, 

Ofllce under Odd Felloi^s' Hall, 

(Dr. Merrick's old stand.) 

44 Manmee Street, - ADBIAX. 



Sspedal ftttenilon given to filing and proscnring 
the Matiuil Teeth. 



DR. CHASE'S 

STEAI FHINTDK} HOUSE 

ANN ARBOR, - - MICH., 

Is the place to ifot jour PRINTING and BINDING 

done In ae good Sryle. and for as Low Pitnires as 

at any place in t he State. This i:» alao the 

Office of the 

Peninsular Courier & Family Tisitant 

▲. W. CBAOB, M.S., FAUiAir ud Fnprillor. 



ANiy BUSINESS DIRSCTOBT. 



47 



Sstal>li0lxed, 18G1. SstctblUliecl, 1801. 

BATTLE CREEK JOURNAL 



'©I 



PLAIN AND DECORATIVE 
MAIN STREET, OVER THE BOST OFEICE, 



THE BATTLE CREEK WEEKLY JOURNAL, 

A BBPUBUCAN NEW8PAPEB OF LARGE SIZE AND EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION, PUBLISHED 

EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. 
SabMrlptlon Price, $1,50. GHA.8. £. OBIEFITH, Editor and Propriotor. 

BIDWELL & LOTHRIDGE, 

:SJSBf Q^WB, W^MB 

STBAW GOODS AND FUSNISHINO GOODS, 

BdAIN STREET, 

\ B&Tlfl^S €SSIS3£, uses. 

Highest Market .Price in Cash Paid for Furs. 

F. E. PEASLEE & CO., 

WHOLESALE St RETAIL DEALERS IN 

BOOKS, STATIONERY, WALL PAPER 

AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 



B. B. BxmnsLL, 

O. t. LOTBBIDQB. 






S. E. WHIPPLE, Proprietor, 

Coraei* of" Second and Hnron Stireets^ 

IN THE BUSINESS PART OP THE CITY, 



ANN ARBOn, 



MlCHlfiAN. 



48 0HAPIN8* STATE GAZSITEEB 



BOYD'S FOUNDRY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



M. M. BOTD, 
B. BOTD. 



AND ALL KINDS OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 

XAIH 8TBEET, ITEAB DBFOT, 



S«@BM M@TMS* 



5 
M. A. ROTJEOH, Proprietor, 

202 North Water Street, - - B A7 OITS, MIOS* 



MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS 

A GOOD STABLE IIT BBAB OF HOTEL, 

Supplied with Schulenburg's Tables, Combination Cnshiont. 

ICE CRRAM and all kinds of Retreshments In their peaton. fbrnUhed on abort notice. A laig* and 
commodioas Hall to let for Concerts, Theatres, and all Traveling Trouncs. 

B. E. AV^RRE:]Sr & CO., 



N. B. BBADLXT, 
B. X. WABBIN. 



Frazer Blocks cor. of Water and Centre Streets, 

\ SAT QlTSf MIOBt 



Aim BirsnoBSs dibsctobt. 40 

COMMERCIAL IRON WORKS, 

612 North Water Street, - EAST SAGINAW, MICH. 

MAJXJJTAVtXJBMBB OF 



Saw Mandr^s, Mitt Oearlnff, Ac, att Kinds of Brass and Iran CasHngs, AMso, 

JM« Manufi»eturers of PurmonVs Celebrated Michigan Board Machine 

B. D. mcKMB. and Siding Mitt, x. N. wiOKSS. 

Att^mWEY At IL&M 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 

Practices in aU State and Federal Courts, 

PRICE, TUTTLE & BOID, 

BOSTWICK AVENUE, 

CHARLOTTE, - MICH. 

MILO .H. FOSTER, ^ 

Is Prepared to Furnish Designs and Estimates for FuMic 

and Private BuUdings, also Furnish and Build the 

same on tfie Most Reasonable Terms, 

Washington Street, south of Centre, BAY CITYt MICH^ 

7 




50 CHAPIXS' STATE GAZETTBER. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

LIQUOR DEALERS AND RECTIFIERS 

ALSO IMPORTERS OF FORSIGN LIQUORS, 

BVKT'H It LOCK, XEXT TO OOODIXO A- IIAWKJSS, 

Vo. 131 BortlL Water Street, EAST SAGINAW. KICH. 

MANrFACTPRER OF 

i0€ iyi£S, EOAB& BUiES 

SAW O-AUGES, LUMBER GAUGES, &c., 

P.o.i,i«Aw«B«.. EAST SAGiHAW, M!CH. 



ANDTRUNK MANUFACTORY. 

Alio Dealer in Bits, Spurs, WMpa, llanketi, Bobes, &c,, 
CdRNlSR ir^sni^YGTON dc XUSCOIiA STREETS, 

FME WAfCIKS «; i£W£iB¥ 

Corner of Ciieiie»ee and \orili Wni»ltlnffton streets, 

OPPOEITE BANCROFT HOUSE, 

EAST SAGISTA^WT, MICBtlGAST. 



J 



A2n> BUSINESS DIBECTOBT. 01 



WM. ZIMMERMANN & CO., 



WHOLK8ALB DBALKBS DT 



f eitaeii wines « uaueBS 

Domestic Brandy, Catawba Wine, Bcctifled Whisky, etc., 

AUo jyeiOera in COAL FOB BLACKSMITHS^ USE and other pur^ 

poses, ami Fire Brick. 

.„^.^s^^^^^ EAST SACIWAW, milCH. 
CHAPIK & VAK WEY, 

MANUFACTURERS, 
SA^GIIVAA?^ CITY, MICHIGA^IV. 

Works Located opp. Saginaw City, below the Bridga 

ManufaeUire iMmber of all klt^da, JFUl all Orders fbr I,utnber, Itoihf Shlnffles or 
Safi, ai C/ie ShorUat Notlee. 

Atioraey and ^tinstler at Law 

SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 

SAGINAW OITT, MICE 



OffieSf Van Wey'M JBloek, Omrt Street, 



• mm 



Partioular A.ttetition Paid to Oolleotions. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

tut S4W1B mwm& 

No. 603 NORTH HEATER STREET, 



'- l-^JS^: SSS^^ 2" \ BAQttlXA.'W OSTT, »XOa. 



J. 



52 



OHAPINS 8TATB GAZBTTBEB 



SAaiNAW CITY BOAT COMPANY. 




MANUFAOTUBEBS OF ALL XIKDS OF 

im EMIEESS, tAB8 

PIlu Poles, Salt Well Poles, Pike Leren, and EafUng Tooli QenenSj. 

Water Street, 6&€I!I4W €I1?7, 3KI€S. 



I. H. Cramb. 



M. y. HOKTOOMXBT. 



CRANE & MONTGOMERY, 



41 Itlllli 41 14Wt 



EATON RAPIOS, 



MICHl&AN. 



FIRST CLASS HOUSE. 



Mf ON SAFIIS MOfEIi, 

J. "W. HERRICK, Proprietor. 

Cor. Main and Hamlin Streets, - EATON RAPIDS, MICE 



OMNIBUS TO AND FROM CARS. 



H. M. HEMSTBEET, 

XABUFAOTUBBB AND DBALXB IB 



SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c., 
CBNTRB 8TRBBT, 

BAY CITY, MIGKEIGAN. 

RxPAiBiNo done with promptnees and dispatch 
and at reasonable rates. Tronks, Valises, Carpet 
Bags, etc., constantly on hand. 



WatcliHaliiTiilJmliir, 

BATON RAPIDS, MICHIGAN, 

DEALEB IN 

Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, 

Hm CMd feu, SpectMlet, etc 



AND BUSINESS DIBBCTOBT. 58 



lATM E1PID8 HABBLE W»BK8. 




JESSE DeCOURSEY, 

DKAUCB IH 

rrAUAN & RUTLAND HABBLE, 

Keepf constantly on band a ]aTge and well selected assortment of 
MORURtatSe ToiIlb«StOM8Y» TO0Rb*Tatte8» •tOi.9 •to. 

OF THX BEST AMEBIC AX AND ITALIAV MARBLS. 



Mr. DeCoxtbsvt having had an experience of thirty-five years in the bnsiness, and having all the 
ftdlitlea for condncting an extensive and saccessftU basiness, is enabled to guarantee entire satlslhc- 
tkm as to quality of Marble, style of workmanship and prices, to all who may flivor him with 
their patronage. 



FOR ST7LE AITD BEAUT7 OF WOREIIANSHIF 

Mr. DeCoursey is Bot excelled by aay Ib the State. 



Hanuflicturcr and Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 



FUmMSTljmM, Mt©« 



Wareroom and Sliop foot of Main Street, 

EATON RAPIDS, - - MICHIGAN. 



OENXRAL DXAI.BB IN 



ForeigB and Domagtlo G^eds^ 

UN-ION- BLOCK. 

EATON RAPIDS, - - MIOHiaAN. 



54 



CHAPtNS' BTATB GAZETTSSB 



n 



PALMITER & MENDELL, 




Ai^Ty 



1 l£4EliEi 



^9) 



Main Street, 



EATON RAPIDS, MICH. 



AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. 
CRANB RAPTDS. . - - MTCmCAir. 



ADOLPHUS L. SKINNER, 

Beflfiral Iflsnrance aii far Claim Apnt, 

IVo. ST Canal Street, 

«IUNI» BAPIDS, - • - BIOHiaAN. 



B. C. Hall, 



Wm, Cox, 



TALLBY Cnr FILE WORKS, 

HALL Sc ao:K^ Proprietors, 
C0r. Erie and Canal Streets, - - fiRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 

And WAWtANTED cqiuil to the hebt new, nt one halt tht- prke of New Filti*. 
!VE1¥ FIIiEil OF £VBBY OE9CRIPTIO?V III^DE TO ORHFB, 



Ain> BUSINESS DIBECrORY. 55 



WILLIAM HARBISON, 



THE MOBT KXTBKBITE XANUrACTUBXB OF 






IN TEE STATE, EXCEPT STATE PRISON. 



RUNS WATER POWER ON MILL STREET. 



Finishing and Salesrooms at No. 46 Front Street, 

On the river bank, above the Bridge St. bridge, weet side. 

CRANO RAPIDS, - - - MICHIGAN. 






Mil 
Ool. I. O. SMITH, Proprietor, 

Cor. Monroe and Groenwich Streets, GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 



This House has been recently re-flttedf and has better occoftimo- 
doHons than any other liotel in the city. 



STAOB3 OirnCKS OF* THK 

Kalamazoo, Allegan, Hastings, Newaygo & Big Rapids Go.'s 



56 CHAPINS' STATE GAZETTEEB 

aBllTB RAPIDS LIME WORKS. 

C!0]VGM:>0]V &. HILL, 

Saccetfon to O. H. Conqdoh, 

MANUFACTURERS OF QUICK LIME, 

ALSO, DEALERS IN WATER LIME, HAIR, &c., 
No. 55 Canal Street, - - GRIND RAPIDS, MICH. 

GYPSUm ORNAMENT'S 



JLJ^13E\ZT S. ISllCrrH, M:fi.iiiirt%c?turei% 



BRACKETS, CARD RECEIVERS, VASES, FRUIT DISHES, 

CUPS, nCTURE FRA31EH, rABEM WEIGHTS, &c, 

U e Erie UnA in rear of Uhi Block, fanal K BRAND RAPI DS, MICK. 

BABLOW, G-OODYEAR & GRANT, 

WHOLESALE AND HETAtl. UEALEHS* IN 

ORY e&OOS, CI.0TWJNS 

BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES AND CROCKERY WARE. 
Manufacturers of Fork, Hoe and Shovel Handles, 

ALSO PROPRIETORS OF BARRY FLOURINU MILLS. 

Corner Jefferson and State Sts., S48Tin6S» MIGS. 

Corner of Slate and Church Streets, opp. Court House, 

HASTINGS, - - - MICHIGAN. 

OEO. H. liErTH, FropV. 



AND BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 



ASO. WATTS. O. W. ALXZANDBB. X. O. AUEXAXDKR. 

WATTS & ALEXANDER BROS., 



xoBJLaaoMisx; 



'9 



174 Woodward Avenue, 



RALPH O. SMITH, 

maSAI^ ESTATE A^EMT^ 

For the Purchase and Sale of Real Estate, 

WM A. MOOBB. IfVI T. OBIVFIM. 

MOORE & GRIFFIN, 

Attoraejs ftai O^irasellars at Law^ 

AND PROCTORS IN ADMIRALTY. 

Wo. 140 JTeflei^son Avenue, 

Orer Ives' Bank, HSfft^lST, HS^S. 

0PBCIAL ATTSNTION TO MARINK BU8INS88 AND COLLBOTION8. 

8 



58 



CHAPINS' STATE 6AZXTTBSB. 



WELCH & GRIFFITHS, 

(KBTABLXBHXD IN 1880.) 

Maniifactarers of Patent GrountL ani Warranted 

iASf if ill iiwa 



SAWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOir, 

SAHmB'S IMPI^BStEIfTH, 

SHIIVOLE M:A.CHirCES 

AND 

WM. JESSOP & SON'S 

ENGLISH 

OP ALL 8IZB8, 

WILL BE FOUND AT THEIR 




•^^si 



Branch House Detroit, 42 Woodbridge St., East 

Bepairing BrompUy and SkiUfuUy Executed. 



WAREHOUSES, 145 & 147 FEDERAL STREET, BOSTON. 



Ain> Busnniss dibbctobt. 



59 



Fire and Marine Insurance Co. 



OF DETiioiT, M:iomo.4jr. 



OFFICEj NO. 12A JEFFERSON AVENXTE. 



CJsJPTTAJ^ STOCK, S500,000. 

PAID IN $100,000. 



A WAJEOnsn WJBITSp aec^. 

Ovi. JOamrU mCHOZaoy, Marine Intp^r. 



CAIsBB TAX HUSAXr, FteeH. 
WM, A, MOOJMS, Attorney, 





»XKKCTOK8: 




90HN OWBN, 


Detroit 


FREDERICK WETMORE, 


Detroit 


OHABLE8 DUCHARMS, 


' 


• 


SAMUEL P. WHJJAMS, 


StQi^gree. 


WILUAM A. MOORE, 




' 


LORENZO M. MASON. 


Detroit. 


IRBBILL L MILLS, 




i 


WILLIAM W. WHEATON, 


it 


EDWARD RANTER, 




» 


SOLOMON GARDNER. 


t» 


JOHN J. BAOLET, 




It 


HENHY E. BENSON, 


t» 


CALEB VAN HUSAN, 




It 


EMORY WENDELL, 


»» 






( 


PHILIP BACH, 


Ann Arbor. 


H. J BUCKLEY, 


it 


STEPHEN S. COBB, 




THOMAS D. GILBERT, 


Grtnd Rapids. 


EDMUND TROWBRIDGE, 


Detroit. 



OH-A-ie/LES BTJSOia:, 



i>x:ajLi£:k. nr 



STOVES, GRATES, NAILS, GLASS, ETC., 

201 JEFFERSON .AVENUE, 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



60 



CtlilPIKB^ BTATK OAXBTTKER 



W4TK11^ ^ WQLllP 



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nBiiiiftrtirpn iimd Wholftuile DMlrn tn 





TRAVELING BAGS, <Sbc., 
311 Jeflrernoii Ave., 



THE LlKCt]ST ASSIIUTJlEfliT 

IN THE WEST, 

GENTS' TBAVELING 

FOLIO AND PAOKINO 



DETROIT, IfflCH. 

MtLIU SOLE LEATHER 



or«iii 




LADIES' & GENTIiEMEN'S TRAVELING BAGS 

Of Eei-rif JttMrrlplittn CmifitttHftf/ un llftmt, ^ 

Ladies* Saratogas in Every Variety, and of the Beat Manufacture. 



C. F. MUELLER, ! 

1ECH4HT TAH»0K 

AND DEALER IN GENTS' FURniSHlNG GOODS, j 

XO. Itr JEFrERSOX AyKSVE, 
opposite lllch.g«.K.eh.ng.. BSfR@Il, MlOSe 



It«!^a.€Ly<-:M:aflo OlotHlnir ttl^way* on I^Ioiid. 



AND BUSINESS DIBBCTOBY. 61 



W. H. WHITMABSH, 



UfAJrXJJF'jLCTXJIiEIt 03^ 



liiA^aim Biifi^£ii# 



AND DBALBR IN 



■No. 199 Lake Street (up stairs), 
€«S€A€0, ... H^l^m^lSS. 



Price lAst 9et%i on ApplieaUon, The only Manufk»eturer in Chieoffo, 

_ Corn Exchange Bag ManufactortI 
^^r^^^^i HART, ASTEN &; CO., 

>%fl^j* ^o £ Py Km ^^^ SOUTH WATBB 8TBEBT, 






L^m 



J. B. HART, 
... W. B. ASTEN. 



' CJnCAGO.^Si^ W. B. ASTEN & CO., 26 PEARL ST.. N. Y. 



31axi.\ifteot\iren9 of and I>ealers In 



FLOUR SACKS AND aRAIN BAaS 



Bogs for If^our, Hams, Salt, &c., printed to order. Seamless, Grain, Wool, Burlap and Gunny Bags, 
Patent Machine PAPEB BAGS, all aices conatanUy on hand. 




GILBERT HUBBARD & CO., ' 

Aivr> tSxViJLu m:^vi^i:i{s. 

DEALERS IN TWINES, CORDAGE AND COTTON DUCK, 

305 & 'lO? iioulli Water tiitrrct. 
Corner of Weils, CMlC^^aO, II.: 

Wniilrl call p«rtkTiljir AUpntion of ihi* Tmde to ttnr Stock, i»* we nt nil dmeii liMve the Urfrcet 
and ht'fit ni«*ortmcnt in the We^t, of 

Minllli «Hii Turrfd fiopf^ llilrh Lnsr Bo]>fs Bair*«» R»fti;lnj; aiid Rnrliiifif Cmirts, Oak am, Tar, 

ntfli, Tirklf Hlof k», Vhnka^ Jind Anrhors, 

dOAL TAB, nOOWmiSt^ttCU ft fECTIJCa. 

B< <1 I nrrl-, iliiili. - 1 iih-, Rr'Hvm Twsn**«. nil qtirili(ir% WrnppSn^^TwiTir'p, in hnnelln' nr luirrel*, BcU 

«Jid Sofrh Corde. Ntit^ arid Stdneft. Coitoa, Flax and Ilemfi TwIotiA of tiverj de»ci1ptioi]« J 



ACiKT^TS .nT. VEK]\ON A1%D OTHER TOTTON IlfICK, 

TENTS OF EVERT KIND, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS JARPAULINS 

Of Silk or BufiUn^, m p«f iUmj Bfigttla.iloiift, coastiuitiy on hiuul and iii4de to order. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 68 



POLLARD, DOANE Sc CO., 



MTHOLESAJLE 



AND TEA MERCHANTS, 
S3 AJVn 55 MICHiaAN AVENUE^ 

. POLLABO, I ( J. B. POLLABO 

1. H. DOANB. ) W«9»«»WtSwlJr\Jr • ( C. C. COMMOli. 



THE "V7-OK.XjID 



ACKNOWLEDGES THAT <II*SC3E] PLACE TO BUT 



tip ^dl^ Vi 

IS AT 

WHOLESALE HOUSE, 
ALESROOMS, 57 LAKE STREET 

FACTOBT, 10 1-3 STATB 8TBBET, 



AKD BtJBIinE86 DTKBCTORY. 




soo,ooo c:Jxmiosia»iE3Sf 

ayf KXHiiii^rioM. 

Grand Performance Everu Niifht, and on Wednesday and Sfiturday 

Afternooft^, by the FiueHt Stf^ck Company in tfte World! 

ADMISSION TO ALL, ONLY 30 CENTS. 



AKD BUSINESS DIBECTOBT. 65 



The following description is taken from the Chicago 
"Evening Journal": 

"We have seen many Music Houses in this country, and 
the best in the chief cities of Europe; but not one excels 
Reed's Temple of Music. It consists of a triple suite of 
warerooms, with as many entrances — one on Dearborn street 
and two on Randolph street. Entering on Dearborn street, 
you find a large room, tastily furnished and filled with musi- 
cal merchandise of every kind. 

" Passing under an arch, you enter the main hall, and here 
you find an immense number of fine Pianos of every style and 
price, and of twenty different makers. This hall is hand- 
somely decorated with paper hangings, and the walls hung 
with fine engravings and oil paintings. Entering through 
another arch, you come into a third room, handsomely fur- 
nished and filled with, a jam of Pianos. Long shelves run 
along the wall, and are laden down with Melodeons and 
Organs. In fact, music here is literally piled wp! We feel 
certain, after looking this great establishment through, that 
those who go East to buy can do as well, if not better, 
nearer home. We advise all our readers, when they come 
to Chicago, not to miss the opportunity to pay these rooms 
a visit" 



66 CHAPINS' 8TATX 6AZBTTBBB 

Wl« BLftlM Ike Best Slia#t 



James M. Wehli, an EDglish artist whose brilliant execution dazzled 
and delighted our American public a short time since, declared upon Ids ar- 
rival in this country his surprise and gratification at finding in the Chicker- 
ing pianos qualities of tone and power equal if not supenor to the pianos 
made in Europe. Upon his return to the old country he took with him one 
of the Chickering instruments, for the exprqss purpose of ascertaining the 
opinion of the greatest European artists and manufacturers. 

The firm of CoUard & Collard, and the firm of Broadwood A Sons, 
both of London, England, are two of the oldest piano manufacturers in the 
world, having been engaged in the manufacture of these instruments since 
the first inception of the piano, and have introduced many of its most 
important improvements. 

The following letters, written by members of these firms, are a splendid 
tribute to the inventive genius of the American people, and individually to 
the Messrs. Chickering & Sons : 

The fact that this testimony in favor of the Chickering Piano comes 
from Manufacturers engaged in the same business, renders their opinion of 
great value. Attention is called to the endorsement of their opinion by 
Mr. Hatton, the leading pianist of London. 

It should be borne in mind these testimonials have been received within 
the past few weeks by the Messrs. Chickering <fe Sons. 

London, January 11, 1866. 
Jambs M. Wehli, Esq.: 

My Dbab Sib : — I have great pleasure in asking you to convey to 
Messrs. Chickering the expression of my highest approval of their instru- 
ment. It is, I consider, not merely the best instrument of American manu- 
facture that I have tried, but one of the finest Grand Piano-fortes that has 
ever come under my observation, and the Messrs. Chickering may well be 
proud of having turned out from their manufactory an instrument which, 
for touch, quality, power and workmanship, it would be very difficult to 
surpass in any part of the world. Dear Sir, very sincerely yours, 

CHAS. D. COLLARD, 
(Firm of Collard & Collard, Piano-forte manufacturers, London.) 

London, August 22, 1866. 
Jambs M. Wbhli, Esq., 

My Dbab Sib : — As you are going back to the United States, I must 
beg you to remember me kindly to the Messrs. Chickering. Tell them I 
was delighted with their grand piano-forte — as good an histrumenty I think, 
as was ever turned out, both in touch and tone. 

Wishing you, etc., I remain ever truly, H. F. BROADWOOD, 

(Firm of L Broadwood <& Sons, Piano-forte manufacturers, London.) 

London, July 20, 1866. 
Messrs. Chickbbing & Sons: 

Gents: — I have just been invited by Messrs. Collard to try a grand 
piano-forte manufactured by you, and I have no hesitation in endorsing the 
opinion of my old friend, Mr. C. D. Collard, viz., that it is the finest instnt' 
ment I ever played on. 

Believe me, gentlemen, most faithfiilly yours, J. L HATTON. 



AKD BUSINBSS DIBBCfTOBY. 67 



OHiomrao PIANOS, 

0III0E1BIN6 PUNOS, 



VMd kj «U «reat Arttoto, 






^ eTerj •pent Tr^ipe* 






We>is ®lims®& ftad Pastes Wne* 









68 CHAPINS' 8TATB OAZBTTEXB 

REED'S 

TEiiFLi m mmwi 

88 RANDOLPH ST., OHICAaO. 



LABGSST FIASO ESTAUHHENT III TIE MTEWEST ! 



«/{ 



WHOLESALE WAREIIOOMS FOR 

js MioEiaAH, wisooNsnr, iLLnrois, iowa and MnnrEsoTA. 



PIAN«B» •B«AHS Aim MILtratHf» 

FUBNI8HBD TO RBSPON8IBLB PARTIES UPON PAYMENT OF A SMALL AMOUNT 
DOWN. AND THE BALANCE IN MONTHLY INSTALMENTS. 



Secoiii-liiiill Fim Men ii imt janmit of New Oiim. 



Hr Send us your name and get a Circular with fuU infornuMon, 
free of charge* 

FOST OFiniOE BOX, 6373. 



AKD BUSnrBfiS DIRBCTOBT. 



eo 



UST OF POST OmCES II TH STATE OF HICHieAS. 



OorreotedL to January* 18B7* 



KONBT ORDER POST OFFICES ARE MARKED WITH A STAR (•). 



Alcana Co. 

Harriflville. 

AUeffonCo. 

♦Allegmn(ch.,) 

Bradley, 

Cheshire, 

Ganges, 

Gun Marsh, 

Hopkins, 

Leighton, 

Manlius, 

Martin, 

Moline, 

Monterey, • 

New Casoo, 

New Salem, 

Otsego, 

Overisel, 

Pine Plain, 

Plainwell, 

Proetor, 

Babbit River, 

Sangatuck, 

Silver Creek, 

Wayland. 

West Casoo. 

Alperia Co. 

Alpena (c. h.) 

Antrim Co. 

Antrim City, 
ElkBapids. 

Barry Co. 

Assyria, 
Baltimore, 
Barryrille, 
Blair, 
Carlton, 
Cedar Creek, 
Gun Lake, u 

Hastings (c.h.,)/ 
Hickory Comers, 



Irving, 
Johnstown, 
Map^ Grove, 
Merritt. 
Middleville, y 
Milo, 

Nashville, 
North Irving, 
Orangeville Mills,/ 
Praineville, 
Woodland, 
Yank^ Springs. 

Bay Co. 

Arenac, 

Banks, / 

♦Bay aty (c. h.,) ' 

Portsmouth, 

Wenona, 

BenneCo. 

Almira, 
Benxonia, 
Homestead, 
Joyfield, 

Berrien Co. 

Avery, 
Bainbridffe, 
Benton Harbor, 
Berrien Center, 
Berrien Springs 

(c h.,) 
Bertrand, ^ 
Buchanan, < 
Chickaming, 
Coloma, 
Dayton, 
Eau Claire, 
Galien, 
Laketon, 
MiUburgh, 
New Bufiklo, 
New Troy, 
♦Niles, 
Pipestone, 



Royalton, 

♦Saint Joseph, 

Sodus, 

Three Oaks, 

Watervliet, 

Weesaw, 

Woodlawn. 

Branch Co. 

Algansee, 

Batavia, 

Bethel, . 

Bronson's Prairie,^ 

Butler, 

California, V 

♦Coldwater (c. h.,)V 

Gilead, 

Girard, 

Kinderhook, 

Mattison.* 

Qnincy,/ 

Sherwood, 

Union aty. 

Calhoun Co. 

Abecota, 

♦Albion, 

Athens, 

♦Battle Creek, 

Bedford, 

Burlington, 

Ceresco, 

Clarence, 

Clarendon Centre, 

Convis, 

Convis Centre, 

East Leroy, 

Homer, 

Marengo, 

♦Marshall (c. h.,) 

Newton, 

Partello, 

Pine Creek, 

Sedllia, 

Tekonsha, 

West Leroy. 



Case Co. 
Adamsville, 
Brownsville, 
Cassopolis (c. h.,) 
♦Dowaffiac,* 
Edwardsburg, 
Jeffersonville, 
La Grange, 
Little PrairieBonde, 
Marcellus, 
Model aty, 
Newburgh, 
Pokagon, 
SummerviUe, 
Union, 
Vandalia, 
Volina. 
WilUamsviUe. 

C?id>oygan Co, 
Duncan (c. h.,) 
Burt. 

Chippetca Co. 
Sault de St. Marie 
(c. h.,) 

Clinton Co. 
Bath, 
Bengal, 
Dallas, 
De Witt, 
Duplain, 
Eagle, 
Elsie, 
Geary, 
Greenbush, 
Keystone, 
Maple Rapids, 
North Eagle, 
Ovid, 

Ovid Centre, 
Riley, 

♦Saint Johns (c. h.,) 
South Riley, 
Victor, 
Wacousta, 
Westphalia. 



10 



CHAPIN8' STATIC OAZETTEBB 



Delta Co, 
Cedar Fork, 
Delton, 

Escanawba (c h. J 
Ford River, 
Garden, 
Gena, 
Nahma, 

Eaton Co, 
Bellevue, 
Brookfield, 
Carlisle, 
Centre, 

♦Charlotte (c. h.,) 
Chester, 
Eaton Rapids, 
Elmlra, 
Grand Ledge, 
Ealamo, 
Mud Creek, 
OUvet, %r 
Oneida, 
Roxand, 
Sonfield, 
Vermontrille. 
West Windsor, 
Windsor. 

Emmet Oo. 

Barnard, 

Bear River, 

Charlevoix, 

Little Traverse 
(c.h.,) 
Ghneeee Co, 

Argentine, 

AtUs, 

Davison, 

Elgin, 

Fentonville, 

♦Flint, (c. h.,) 

Flashing, 

Gaines' Station, 

Genesee Village, 

Goodrich, 

Grand Blanc, 

Kearslej, 

Kipp's Copers, 

Linaen, w 

Montrose, 

Mount Morris Sta- 
tion, 

Munday, 

Otisville, 

Pine Run, 

Richfield, 

Schwartz Creek, 

Thetford, 

Thetford Centre, 

Gratiot Co, 
Alma, 
Beaver Creek, 



Bridgeville, 

ElmHall, 

Forest HUl, 

Ithaca (c. h.,) 

Lafayette, 

Newark, 

New Haven Centre, 

North Star, 

North Shade, 

Pompei, 

Saint Louis, 

Stella. 

Spring Brook. 

Grand TYaeeree Co, 
Grand Traverse, 
Maple^on, 

Travers City (c. h.,) 
Whitewater, 
Tnha. 

ffilUdaleCo, 
Amboy, 
Cambria Mills, 
Camden, V 
Cass, 

Edinburg, 
Frontier, 
♦Hillsdale (ch.,) 
Jefferson, 
Jonesville, / 
Litchfield, / 
Morganville, 
Moscow, 
Mosherville, 
North Adams, 
Osseo, / . 
Ransom, V 
Reading, 
Somerset, 
South Wright, 
Sparta, 
Svlvanus, 
l/ndine, 
Wheatland Centre. 

Houghton Co, 
Hancock, 
Houghton (c h.,) 
L'Ance, 

Huron Co, 
Caseville, 
Forest Bay, 
Huron City, 
Ora Labor, 
Pinnebog, 
Port Austin, 
Port Hope, 
Sand Beach (c. h.,) 
Sebewaing. 
White Rock. 

Ingham Co, 
Alverson, 
Aurelius, 



Bunker HiU, 

Dansville, 

Eden, 

Felts, 

Fitchburg, 

Holt, 

♦Lansing, 

Leslie, V 

Locke, 

Mason, (c. h.,) 

North Aurelius, 

North Leslie, 

Okemos, 

Onondaga, 

Phelpetown, 

Red Bridge, 

Stockbridge, 

West Delhi, 

White Oak, / 

Wil1iamstown,f( 

Winfield, 

Ionia Co, 
Algodon, 
Campbell, 
Danby, 
Easton, 

Hubbardstown,y 
♦Ionia (c. h.,) w 
Kiddville, 
Kossuth, 
L)rons, y/ 
Maple, 
Matherton, 
Muir, 

North Plains, 
Orange, 
Otisco, 
Palo, 

Patterson's MiUs, 
Pewamo, 
PortUnd, 
Rix, 

Ronald Centre, 
Saranac, 
Sebewa, 
Smyrna, 
South Boston, 
South Cass, 
Wheatland. 

Io9co Co, 
Alabaster, 
Au Sauble, 
Tawas aty, (c. h.,) 

Isabella Co, 
Blunt, 
Crawford, 
Isabella, 
Salt River, 
Wioia, 

Jaekeon Co. 
Arland, 
Baldwin's Mills, 



Brooklyn, 

Columbia, 

Concord, 

Farm, 

FrandflcoviUe, 

Grass Lake, 

Hanover, 

Henrietta, ^ 

♦Jackson (cf h.,) 

Leoni, 

Liberty, 

Michigan Centre, 

Napoleon, 

Norvell, 

Otter Creek. 

Parma, 

Pulaski, 

Sandstone, 

South Henrietta, 

South Jackson, 

Spring Arbor, 

Springport, 

Tompldns, 

Waterloo, 

WestRivee, 

KalamoMoo Ck, 
Alamo, 
Augusta, 
Brady, 

aimax Prairie, 
Comstocl^ 
Cooper,^ 
Galesburgh, 
♦Kalamaioo (c h.J 
Oshtemo, 
Pavilion, 
Portage, 
Richland. 
Schoolcraft, 
Wakeshma, 
WestClimaz, 
YorkviUe, 

Kent Oo. 
Ada, 
Alpine, 
Alto, 
Alton, 
Ashley, 
AusterUts, 
Bost wick Lake. 
Bowne, 
Buck Creek, 
Caledonia, 
Cannonsbnigli, 
Cascade, 
Cedar Springa, 
Cortland Centre, 
Cuba, 

Englishville, 
Faflasburgh, 
Gainsville, 
♦Grand Rapidfl 

(ch.,) 



AND BUSimSS DIBXCTOBT. 



11 



mvUle, 
iville, 

in, 

I Creek, 

jgBville, 

kmBville, 

n» 

1. 

a, 

Brown ville, 

Byron, 

ad, • 

int, 

i Centre, 

er's Mill, 

lAies, 

5 Swan, 

leyville. 

wenaw Co, 

^» 

r Falls Mine, 
r Harbor, 
River, (c. h.,) 
Harbor, 
enaw Bay, 
Mine, 
ix. 

*eer Co, 

n, 

It, 

ti, 

ibiaville, 

n, 

in* Creek, 

and, 

y, 

jr's Creek, 
» 

>er (c. b.,) 
hon, 
aora. 
Branch, 

iviUe, 
lencm Co, 
re, 

irbor. 
Harbor, 
i, 
He, 
port. 
Unity, 

Bl, 

I's Bay. 
atDee Co. 



in (c. b.,) </^ 

eld,/ 

rid^e, 

daigoa. 



■y 



Clayton,^ 

Clinton, 

Dover, y 

Deerfield, Y 

East Ogden, 

Fairfield,^ 

Geneva, y 

Hudson, V 

Macon, . 

Medina,^ 

Morenci,/ 

Oakford. y. 

Palmyra, / 

Ridgeway, 

Riga, 

Rollin, 

Rome, 

Seneca, 

Springville, 

Tecumseb, 

Tipton, 

WellsviUe, 

West Ogden, 

Woodstock, 

Wolf Creek. 

Lmngstoh Co, 
Brighton. 
Cbubb's Comers, 
Coboctab, 
Conway, 
Fleming. / 
Fowlerville, %/ 
Genoa, 
Green Oak, 
Hamburgh, 
Hartland. 
Howell (c. b.,) 
Iosco, 
Madison, 
Middlctown, 
Oak Grove, 
Osceola Center, 
Parshallville, 
Pinckney, / 
Plainfield, 
South Genoa, 
Tymoe, 
UnadiUa. 

MaMnmo Co, 
Mackinaw ^5. h.,) 

J!dae<pnb Co, 
Armada, 
Cady, 
Disco, 

East Union, 
Fraser, 
Lienox, 
Macombf 
McPbersoi^ville, , 
Memphis, 
Meade, 
AUlton, 



Mount Clemens, 

(c. h.,) 
Mount Pleasant, 
Mount Vernon, 
New Baltimore, 
New Haven, 
Ray, 

Ray Centre, 
Richmond, 
Romeo, 1^ 
Roseville, 
Utica, 

Waldenburg, 
Warren, 
Washington, 

Mason Co, 
Fairview, 
Free Soil, 
Indian Town, 
Lincoln (c. h ,) 
Ludington, 
Riverton. 

Manistee Co, 
Bear Lake, 
*Mani8tee (c. h.,) 
Norwalk, 
Pleasanton. 

Marquette Co. 
Harvey, 
Ishpemin, 
*Marquette, (c h.,) 
Morgan, 
Negaunee, 

Menominee Co, 
Menominee,; 

MidUmdqp, 
Midla^ aty(c b.,) 

Meeotta Co, 
Big Rapids (c. b.,) 

Morvroe Co, 
Athlone, 
aark City, 
Dundee, 

East Raisinville, 
Erie, 

Exeter, ' 
Grafton, 
Hamlin, 
Ida, 

La Salle, 
London, 
Loranger, 
Milan, 

♦Monroe (c. h..) 
Newport, 
North Raisinville, 
OakviUe, 
Ottawa Lake, 
Petenborgh. 



Montcalm Co, 
Bloomer Centre, 
Bushnell Centre, 
Cato, 

Clear Lake, 
Crystal, 
Fair Plains, 
Ferris, 

Greenville (c. b.,) 
Pierson, 
Sheridan, 
Sidney, 
Stanton, 
West Bloomer, 

Muskegon Co, 
Cazenovia, 
Forest aty, 
Biarr, 
Mears, 

Muskegon (c. b.,) 
Oceana, 
Ravenna, 
White River. 

Newaygo Co. 
Ashland, 
Big Prairie, 
Croton, 

Fremont Centre, 
♦Newaygo (c b.,) 
Ponoma, 
Weaverville. 

Oakland Co, 
Auburn, 
Austin, 

Ball Mountain, 
Big Beaver, 
Birmingham, 
Brandon, 
Clarkston, 
Commerce, 
Davisburffh, 
Drayton Plains, 
Farmington, 
Four Towns, 
Franklin, 
Groveland, 
Highland, 
Holly, 
Jersey, 
Kensington, 
Lakeville, 
Mahopac, 
Milford, 
New Hudson, 
North Farmington, 
North Oxford, 
Novi, 
Oak Hill, 
Oakland, 
Oakwood, 
Orion, 
Ortonville, 



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CHAPIN8' STATE GAZETTEER. 



Oxford, 

♦Pontiac (c. h.,) 
Rochester, ^ 
Rose, 

Royal Oak, 
Southfield, 
South Lyon, 
Springfiold, 
Spring Mills, 
Stoney Run, 
Strait's Lake, 
Summit, 
Troy. 

Walled Lake, 
Waterford, 
West Bloomfield, 
West Novi, 
White Lake, 

Oceana Co, 
Benona, 

Clay Bank (c. h.,) 
Flower Creek, 
Greenwood, 
Hart, 
Otto, 
♦Pentwater. 

Ontonagon Go, 
Algonquin, 
Greenland, 
Ontonagon (c. h.,) 
Rockland. 

OUaica Co. 
Allendale, 
Berlin, 
Big Spring, 
Blendon, 
Coopersville, 
E^astmanville, 
Georgetown, 
Grand Haven, (c.h.,) 
Holland, 
Jamestowli, 
Lamont, 
Mill Point, 
Nuncia, 
Robinson, 
Six Comers, 
Tallmadge, 
Ventura, 
Zealand, 

Presque Trie Co. 
Crawford's Quarry. 

Saginaw Co. 
Blumfield, 
Blumfield Junction, 
Bridgeport, 
Bridgeport Centre, 
Carrolton, 
Cass Bridge, 
Chesaning, 
Deer Lick, y 

*East Saginaw, ^ 



Elk, 

Frankenlust, 

Frankenmuth, 

Havana, 

Jay, 

Saginaw (c. h.,) 

Saint Charles, 

Spauldin^, 

Taymoutn, 

Zilwaukee. j 

St. Clair Co. 
Algonac, 
Berville, 

Brockway Centre, 
Brockway, 
Capac, 
Casco, 
China. 
Clyde Mills, 
Columbus, 
Fairhaven, 
Jeddo, 
Kenochee, 
Lakeport, 
Lynn, 

Marine City, 
Marysville, 
Merrillsville, 
♦Port Huron, 
Ruby, 

Saint aair (c. h.,) 
Smith's Creek, 
Thornton, 
Wales, 
West Berlin. 

Saint Joseph Co. 
Burr Oak, J 
Centreville (c. h.,) 
Colon, w J 
Constantine,^ 
Fawn River, 
Florence, 
Flowerfield, 
Howardsville, 
Leonidas, § 
Mendon, ^ 
Mottville, 
Oporto, 
Parkvllle,/ 
Sturgis, V 
Three Rivers, 
White Pigeon. 

Sanilac Co. 
Buel, 

Davisville, 
Farmers, 
Forrester, 
Forestville, 
♦Lexington (c. h.,) 
Minden, 
Peck, 

Port Sanilac, 
Richmondville, 



Stevens' Landing, 
Tyre, 

Schoolcraft Co. 
Monistique, 

ShiaiMssee Co. 
Antrim. 
Bennington^ 
Bums, 
Byron, * 
Corunna (c. h.,) 
Fremont, 
Hazleton, 
Laingsburgh, 
MungervilTe, 
North Newberg, 
North Vemon, 
Owosso, J 
Perry, 
Pittsburgh, 
Vemon, 
West Haven, 
Wheelerville, 
Woodhull. 

Tuscola Co. 
Akron, 
Bumside, 
Denmark, 
East Dayton, 
Ellington, 
Elkland, 
Elmwood, 
Fair Grove, 
Koylton, 
May, 

Millington, 
Pine Grove, 
Richville, 
Unionville, 
Vassar (c. h.,) 
Wahjamega, 
Watertq^wrn, 
Watrousville, 
Worth. 

Van Bitren Co. 

Almena, 

Arlington, 
VBangor,#< 

Bloomingdale,«f 

Breedsville, ^ 
. Decatur, • 
VHartford,%^ 

Hooker, 

Hunter, 

Keelersville, 

Lake Mill, 

Lawrence, fi 

Lawton,^ 

Mattawan, 

Milesborough, 

Paw Paw (c. h.,) 4 






Pine Glare Biills, 
Prospect Lake, 
Soutn Haven, 
Waverly, 
West Genevm. 

Washtenaw Oa. 
♦Ann Arbor (c YkJ(i 
Base Lake, 
Benton, 
Bridge water, 
Chelsea, ^ 
Dexter. ^ 
Fredonla, 
Gravel Bon, 
Lima, 

Manchester. ^ 
Paint Creek, 
River Raisin, 
Salem, 
Saline, v 
Scio. 

Stony Creek, 
Sylvan, 
Webster, 
Whitmore Lake, 
York, 
♦Ypfillanti,v 

WaifneOo. 
BellvUle, 
Brown's Comen, 
Brownstown, 
Canton, 
Catville, 
Conner's CredL, 
Dearbomville, 
♦Detroit (c. h.) 
East Nankin, 
Eoorse, 
Elm, 

Gibralter, 
Greenfield, 
Huron Station, 
Inkster, 
Mead's Bfills, 
Nankin, 
NorthvUle, 
Oak, 

Perrinsrille, 
Plank Road, 
Plymouth, 
Rawsonville, 
Redfoid, 
Romulna, 
SmithviUe, 
South Plymouth, 
Trenton, 
Taylor Centre, 
Wayne, 
WallaceviUe, 
Wyandotte, 

Wetford 06. 
Wexford. 



MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER 



AND 



BUSi:traSS DIRECTORY 



18 6 7. 



The description and liet of Professlone. Trades, Ac, of Cities and Towns, are given by the name of 
the Post Office, In alphabetical order. The names of firms in CAPITAL LBTTJ^S are those of sub- 
scribers to the work. A complete list of the Post Offices in Michigan will be found in another part of 
the work. 



ABSCOTA. 
A postoffice of Calhoun county, 120 miles 
west of Detroit. 



ADA. 
A township and post village of Kent 
ooanty, on the Detroit and Milwaukee Rail- 
road, 148 miles north-west from Detroit. 
The township is possessed of a good soil, is 
well watered and supplied with excellent 
timber. The railroad furnishes an outlet 
for the produce of the town, and has done 
much to improve the value of property in 
the neighborhood. The village contains one 
Baptist, one Methodist and one Congrega- 
tional church, two flouring mills, one saw 
mill, one hotel, a lodge of Good Templars, 
three stores, and several mechanical and 
professional trades. Population of town- 
ship, 1,400 ; of village, 300. It receives a 
duly mail. Postmaster — 8. E. Faxon. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — William H. Keal. 
(Tfer*— Rodolphus G. Chaffee. 
IVeasurer — Jared N. Brasee. 

IiUit of Proftsstons, Trades, etc. 

Bebee, Raus, general store. 

Boyeline, Thomas, Justice of the Peace. 

Bradfield, Edward, flouring mill and Justice 

of the Peace. 
Brasee, Jared N., carpenter and bridge 

builder. 
C^rl, William P., blacksmith. 

CATJLFIEtiD, JOHN, 

G^eneral store. 
Chase, A. O., physician. 



Clark, George, carpenter. 
Densmore, Luther, carpenter. 
Duff, Patrick, carriage maker. 

Emerson, , boot and shoe maker. 

Fuller, Sanford, whip maker. 
Gardner, E. W., blacksmith. 
Hall, E. M., general store. 
Hotaling, William, mason. 
Lamphere, Leroy B., hotel, (Ada Houcfe.) 
Livergood, Andrew, carpenter. 
McDonald, Findlay, carpenter. 
McGilevery, D. D., agent D. & M. R. R. 
McLain, G. W., cooper. 
McLiean, Peter, justice of the peace. 
Nenicon, Henry, carpenter. 
Powell, Rev. Volney, (Baptist.) 
Schenck, William Y., carpenter. 
Small, Shadrach, flour and saw mill. 
Spoor, Abram, blacksmith. 
Washbume, Clark D.. general store. 
Woodworth, James H., physician. 

ADAMSVILLE. 
A post village of Cass county, in the town- 
ship of Ontwa, on Christiana river. It has 
one church, a Masonic lodge, an Odd Fel- 
lows' lodge, a hotel, and a general store. 
Population, 200. Daily mail received. 
Postmaster, M. G. Sage. 

lilst of Proftsstons, Trades, etc. 
Atkinson, R., mason. 
Benjamin, Eli, justice of the peace. 
Brown, Julia, tailoress. 
Crawford, A., blacksmith. 
Emerson, M. H., justice of the peace. 
Gamon, John, cooper. 
Hatch, O. W., physician. 
Hewett, D., justice of the peace. 



7e 



ADR CRAFINS* STATE GAZETTEER ADR 



tia^w^T'ence Hotels Adi-iaii, IWLicli- 




uiiaer tne management of W. P. HUMPHREY. 




Ftrd Pfrfitytrriiin ClittfrJi — Maiirao« 

FirH Conffrrff(f(kyn*d {Plymouth Chvrch) — 
Corner nf i'luirrh ami Stato Htn?etfl ; llov. 

K. P. Powell, pHHtt*)'. 

Firttt Ihtptin( tJkurch — Broad fttreei ; Rev. 
E. J. V\Ai, pantor. 

ChrhVa Vhftn'h {EpiM'opnt) — Corner of 
Maumep and Broiui »t roots; Rev\ Jcdin A. 
8t an 11 ton, rretor. 

Firat Mdfmdisl Epitc^ni Ohureh — CVirner 
of Mftunit'i* and Brt>ftd etre^ts; Bev- B, F. 
"* C^itrki*r'p>fj^for, 

Fir ft LutJuran Chnrch [GfTvmn) — Cor- 
ner Monnn^ und Oent^jr Btfcwts; Kev. Jacob 
Trautmnii, prtvlnr. 

Scarnd Lfithtrttu Chnirh — North stive t ; 
K^v, Stephen KliniJ^ian, pif«tor, 

H4 Front Htri*et. 

Vniiv(l Brethren — Cornor Toledo and Cen- 
tre HtreetB. 

Fird RtHtmn CfitJutftV Chifrrh — Erie strt'vt; 
Rpv. P, Kiuderkinis,//fw^<ir. 

Second liumnn ('iithdir Churrh {Grrrn^in) 
— Corner Urioiiby and Riulrtwd Htnjets ; Bisv. 
Francis Van EinRtadt, pmtor. 

ADJilAK COLLEGE. 

Board of TruMtcn — Rev. Luthor Llo. D. 
D,, prtmdfnt ; Rev. " Jnhn MfF]ldovinu>% 



Fitth Rml^ E81V. Itev. t^. R Rloc. Rirv.R 
B. i^niltli. Rev. M. B. Wilsov. Rov. Joho 
Snotu ]>,!>,. Rev. Jolm Kcmt/UL. R. BfT. 
Joliu Cowl, R, n. Mnrslittl, Esci., R**v. Jt«*ej»li 
J. White, A.M.. Rev. Joiieph IX Ilcrr. Kt'v. 
Cyni^i Prindle, U.D., ircanurrr : Prof. L W. 
M I • K t '1 1 \ e r, ^rv /•<' in rtf . 

Extfnthf(*ONimitUt~h. T*»*e, 8. P* Hi*??, 
John McEldnwncy, John K*>!?t. Fitch Reed. 

Ftmtiti/ — Rev. John Mid"]ldowm?)% A.M., 
prenidi-nt. 

t>rfin|ire Scott^ pnifesgor of UrtH>k laogui^i:^ 
and hteniture. 

Rev, *fitnieK McFJdowmcy, ^.M., xiiroU>amt 
of Liirin hini^nuijire and literatur<;^ 

Rev. I. \y. McKeever, A.M., itfofeasofof 
natural philofwphy and natural hialory, 

Kev, J. Kost, L.L. I),, profeswir of ehnm* 
istry and |fe<iki^y. 

Rev, Luther Lee, RIX, professor of tU4Kft> 
logy and BihUcal literature. 

Adam II. Lowrie, A.M., profesBOr of kit' 
tfM'v and i^Hditieal economy. 

Rev. A.Malian, D.D., professor of mentil 
and mond !<ii<.'nee. 

Rev. (leor^e B. McEIroy, A.M., profttMor 
of mftth(»nmtirj^ and a!F«tr<>nomy. 

Miss Martha It, Poiuemy, pHnolpid <Kf 
ladh^j^' department. 

Mrti. H. A. Tluirher, teacher of vocaI iiid 
instrnraental muBic. 



ELECTION of OFFICERS 

AKD 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

MICHIGAN STATS 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 



At the annual meeting of the stockholders of 
the Michigan Static InHurance Compaiij^ held at 
the office of the <-ompauy Monday evening, Jan. 
7th. the following iH-rsons were elected Direc- 
tors for the enHiiing year. 

Wm. S. Wilcox. Hen 



Ain> BTrSHTESS DIRECTOBT. 



11 



Ml©SE@4ar i^4^EI 




IMiPEAW®® ®@MFAW¥ 



OF J^n^XJ^JXT, iidrxozx. 



Capital and Surplus, $140,000. 



Seourecl lyy Oo-verximeiit; Soxids. 



fNMANizsis m «8sa. oNsmte ewELyNQS moi barks ®nlv. 



HAVE ISSUED 15,375 POLICIES. 



LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. 



W. 8. Wiusox, Pratident 
Hbmkt Habt, Secretary. 
W. H. Stonb, Tmsnrer. 



DIRECTORS: 

F. J. UouoH, Qen'l Agent. 
Hon. F. C. Beaman. 

Abel Whitney. 



il. A. Anoel. 

W. 8. Caret. 

R. H. Whitney. 



IS 



ADR 



CHAPINS' STATE GAZETTEER 



ADR 



Miss Lucy E. Whiton, teacher of painting 
and drawing. 

N. W. WiJcox, teacher of penmanship 
and book-keeping. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

President — ^Abel Whitney. 
Ser.retarj^ — Charles M. Croewell. 
Iriuite^^—J&meB A. Castle, F. R. Steb- 
bins, Rial Niles, James Berry. 
Superintendent — W. W. Washburn. 

M 8. & X. I. R. R CAR AND HACHINE SHOPS. 

John Kirby, superintendent car deiMirtment. 
^8. S. Knapp, foreman car shops. '^ 
James Redmcmd, foreman blacksmith shop. 

E. R. Willard, foniman paint shop. 

F. O. Bray, foreman freight repairing shops. 
James Sedgley, general master mechanic. 
Jamos K. Taylor, master mechanic. 

J. Downing, foreman boiler shop. 
S. Bressler, foreman copper shoj). 
W. S. Tyler, foreman roundhouse. 
B. K. Kidder, engine dis])atcher. 
Charles Salkeld, fon^man i>aint shop. 

liUt of ProftoiwIoiiB, Trades, Etc. 

AblKJtt & O'Farrell (A. M. Abbott and 
Wm. M. O'Farrell). ladies* furnishing 
goods, 59 Maumee. 

Abrams, N., photographer, 41 Maumee. 

Ackley, C. B., dry goods, yankee notions, 
etc.i41 Maumtie. 

Adrian Business College, 

A. C. ParsouH, A. M., President, comer 

Maumee and Main. 
Adrian Land and Oil Co., office Lothrop's 

block. 
Aiken, John, cariKjnter. 
Aldrich, Harley, sash and blinds, 79 S. Win- 
ter. 
Aldrich & Jones (A. W. Aldrirh and W. A. 

Jones), merchant tailors, 09 Maumei^ 
Allen, Mrs. fl. N. music teacher. 21 Maumee. 
Ameigh, J. E., l)oot and shoe maker. 11 Mau- 

invii. 
And(?r»()n, Daniel, cari)enter. 
Anderson, Wm.. mason. 
ANDRKWS & BOWKN (E. P. Andrews 

and Bowen), physicians, 89 Maumee. 

Angi'vine, Allen S., caqyenter. 

Ai»plegtit<\ Thomas S., e<litor "Daily Ex- 

])0»*itor and Timen." 
AmiHtrong. Mrs. R. H., milliner, 77 Maumee. 
ArCHAMPAUUlI. J. J. & L., dry gtKxls, 

rorner MaumiH^ and Main. 
AVKRV & WILLETT (A. Avery and J. W. 

Willett), cariK'nters and builders, lK*t. 

Railroad and Butler. 
Avery, John, oonfwtioner, Franklin block, N. 

Main. 
Avery. Fred., conductor M. S. R. R., res. 35 

D(?nni8. 
Ayers, Wm. F.. ticket agent M. S. R. R. 



ADRIAN BUSINESS GOLLEaE 

A. C. Parsons, A. M., Prerident and Lec- 
turer on Commercial Law. 

W. F. Parsons, Principal of BuBinea De- 
partment and Instructor in Bnsinefli Pen- 
manship. 

C. H. Devlin, Principal of Theory Depart- 
ment, and Instructor in Science of Accoanta 

E. C. Miller, Principal of Telegraphic De- 
partment. 



m(G 



BACUMAN & TATEM (George L. Bachman 

and J. U. Tatem), lawyers. 64 Maumee. 
Bachman. P. H., carpenter and builder, OA- 

lege ave. 
Backus, C. B., lawyer, G4 Maumee. 
Bailey, Oeorge W. manf. rheubarb wine 
Baily, R. M. & Co., grocers, 19 Maamee. 
Baker. Mrs. Sarah G.. milliner, 76 Main. 
Baker, (yh(»selton, conductor M. S. R. B.^T8B. 

7 Division. 
BAKER. V. A., physician and occulirt, 21 

Maumee. 
Bandel, Augustus, artist, Ijothrop's block. 
BARBER. E. F., silver phiter, opposite Ma- 
sonic Temple. 
BARKER, L. D.. Empire Saloon. 86 Main. 
Barker. G. W.. physician, Lothrop's block. 
Barker, Grandy &' Co., bakers and grooeri, 

7a N. Main. 
BARROWS, A., architect. Bristol street. 
Bartlay, Wm., slioemaker. 5 Maunieo. 
Bartlett, Gt»o., wagtm maker, W. Maumee. 
BATE, R. L.. stoves, tin, copjwr, and sheet 

inm. gas fittings, etc., 75 >f. Main. 
Bateman, Alfnnl, blacksmith. Railroad at 
Bateman & Kastier, blarksniith, :38 N. Main. 
BATEMAN. C. T., photographer, Under- 

wo<Mrs bhxrk. 
Beals, K. S., gnx-er. 113 S. Main. 
Beannin. Hon. F. C, lawyer. 52 Maumee. 
Bt»fttv, William, cariKJUter and builder. 
B<»i»cher, R. R., lawyer and judge of probate, 

County Buildings. 
Belknu]), lioA<ni, stock de^iler. 
Benedict, D, & Bros., grocers. 16 Maumee. 
Bennett & Fish (William K. Bennett and 

George F. Fisli). gn)cers and produce 

dealers, 102 and 104 S. Main. 
Bt»rry, James. liinil>er dtjaler, 38 Winter. 

BERRY, LEMUEL, 

Agt»nt Florence sewiuij: machine, I^mb 
knitting machine, and dealer in melo- 
dcons, rnrnt.T Muumui' and Winter, opp. 
Masonic Tomple. 
Berry. ('. T., barU'r, Tt'cumaeh st. 

BmWELL, CHARLES, 

I)r>' gcKMls. carjK'tH, etc., 51 Maimioe. 
BidwclT, Norman, drugs and gnn'eries, cor. 

Main and ^launKM*. 
Bidwell, (icorge L., hanlwan*, 80 Maumee. 



WATKINS &o WOLFF, MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE 



ADR 



AND BUSIIOBSS DIBECTOBT. 



ADR 



79 



Biehl, Lorenzo, saloon, 62 Main. 

Bing, J. & Co., (J. Bing and S. Livingston), 

clothinff, 38 Manmee. 
Bird, G. J., Exchange dining hall. 80 Man- 
mee. 
Bird, L. G., mason, res. Division st. 
Birdsall, John, carpenter, 38 Dennis. 
Bisbee, J. J., portrait painter, Lothrop 

block. 
BishoD, William, livery stable, adjoining 

Hathaway House. 
Blades, Rev. F. A., (Methodist P. E.), res. 

Toledo St. 
Bixby, A. F., lawyer, 46 Maumee. 
BIIm, a. Ij., real estate dealer, office 

County Building. 
Boag, Miller & Co., bakers and grocers, 

Franklin block. 
Bolig, William, hotel, Maumee, cor. Public 

Square. 
Botsford, J. G., prop. Botsford's Hotel, cor. 

Michigan and Tecumseh. 
Boircn, C. R., manufacturer of brooms 

and brushes, rear of 31 Dennis St., near 

Michigan. 
BO WERFIND, WEISENGER & CO.,bakers, 

confectioners and e;rocen, 109 S. Main. 
Bradish, Mrs. Cora, £'esBmaJ(er, 129 S. Main. 
Bradv, J. E., grocer, 127 S. Main. 
BRAJtf AN, S. S., biUiard room, under aty 

Hall. 

Brown, plaster mill. 

Brown, R., barber, 72 N. Main. 

Brown, W. O., Western Union Telegraph, 45 

Maumee. 
Brace, Wm., carpenter. 
Buck A Farrar (Frank J. Buck and 

James Farrar), hardware, stoves and tin- 
ware, 55 Maumee. 
Bump, Cnarlee, carpenter, Michigan. 
Burkhardt, John, carjienter. College ave. 
Burlingame, A. S., blacksmith, 10 Winter. 
Burrows, Miss Clara, dress making and 

straw work, op. Poet Office. 
BURY, BAKER & CO. (R. A. Bury, D. M. 

Baker, and ), lumber dealers, comer 

Michigan and Division. 
Cambum & W<jbber, flouring mill, N. Main. 
Canfield, H. S., painter, 63 N. Main. 
Carey, A. W., dry goods, 01 Maumee. 



CAREY, W. S., 



Dry goods, 51 Maumee. 

Carr, John A., Empire Saloon, 86 S. Main. 

CHAPIN & CO., director}' publishers and 
printers. 

Chappell, A J., sewing machine agent, 6 Di- 
vision. 

Childs, H. M., grocer, 83 N. Main. 

Chittenden, Henry, conductor M. S. R. R. 

Chittenden, M. E.*, traveling agent. 

Clark, E. L., banker and broker, under Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Clay, Henry, dry goods, 43 Maumee. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS ^,0., 21 



Clement A Kern (Andrew Clement and 

Wm. Kern), blacksmiths, 38 Church. 
Cnieveland, ¥r. H., wholesale and re- 
tail grocer and commission merchant, 

105 S. Main. 
Cocker, Rev. B. F., pastor Broad st. M. E. 

church. 
COLE, J. H. & BRO. (James H. and Wm. 

O.), dry goods, cor Maumee and Winter. 
Cole, A. H., manf. pat. trace buckles, etc., N. 

Winter. 
Cole, Marvin, conductor M. S. R. R. 
Colfi^te, John, supply agent and store keeper 

M. S. & N. I. R. R., adjoining freight 

depot. 
Colton & McKinstry. jewelers, 36 Church. 
Colvin & Simpson (H. A. Colvin and J. A. 

Simpson), hats, cape and furs, 40 Maumee. 
Commercial Nurseries, W. Railroad. 
Comstock, Eklwin, meat market, 74 Maumee. 
Comstock, H» ¥r., druggist and grocer, 

89 N. Main. 
Comsdorf, John, lager beer saloon, 70 Main. 
Condit, H. D., attorney, 51 Maumee. 
Condit & Irish (B. F. Condit and Fred. 

Irish), jewelry store, 59 Maumee. 
Conger, John, builder. Chestnut street. 
Conklfn, Charles A., undertaker, 65 

Maumee. 
Conner, Horace H., sign and orna- 
mental painter, 135 S. Main. 
Cook & Whitman (Hiram Cook and (3eorge 

Whitman), blacksmiths, cor. Main and 

Railroad. 
Corvey, Fred. C. H., apothecary, 75 Mav" ee. 
Corvey, Mrs. F. C. H., music teacher, 75 ^.au- 

mee. 
Craft, W. S., meat market, Michigan. 
CROSS, J APHETH, watches, clocks, jewehy 

and silverware, 58 Maumee. 
Cross, J. D., saloon. Winter. 
CROSWELL, CHARLES M., lawyer, cor. 

Maumee and Main. 
Crapner, Andrew, second-hand clothing, 77 

Main. 
CRIPPS, JESSE, soda and mineral water 

manuf., Railroad st. 
Culver, Edwin, carpenter, 58 Dennis. 
Curtis, James E., supt. eastern division M. 

S. & N. I. R. R., office passenger depot. 
Daglish, J. T., painter, 86 S. Main. 
Damon, Luke R., wholesale and retail milli- 
nery goods, 100 S. Main. 
Darling & Co. (Wm. B. Darling and Chas. 

E. Hotaling), cigars and tobacco, N. 

Main. 
Davis, Jerome, carpenter. 
Davis, Thomas W., house mover. 
DE FOE & WHEELER (J. V. De Foe and 

A. Wheeler), dry goods and cari)ets, 25 

Maumee. 
De Vries, Peter, fine boot maker, 74 N. Main. 
Dean, A. J., ice dealer, Railroad st. 

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Dieble, Augustus, wagon maker, cor. Main 
and Railroad. 

Dodge, Thos. F., botanic physician and drug- 
gist, 57 N. Main. 

Doone, Wm. & Co. (William and Melton), 
blacksmiths, cor. Main and Railroad. 

Drew, Delos, agent Merchants' Union Ex- 
press Co., 34 Maumee. 
^ 'Eddy, N. W., hats, caps and furs. Masonic 
Temple. 

EASON, WILLIAM, star brewery, 18 S. 
Main. 
^lEMredueA Walker (N. B. Eldredge 
and C. M. Walker), lawyers, office under 
Odd Fellows* Hall. 

Ellis, Mrs. G. W., ladies' hairwork, Loth- 
rop's block. 

Elwood, A. B., carriage maker, Railroad st. 

Emans, Miss A. L., milliner, 70 Maumee. 

Ensign, P. A., wool conding, Railroad st. 

EXPOSITOR AND TMES (DaUy and 
Weekly), Ragan, Applegate & Lowrie, 
publishers, 65 Maumee. 

FASSETT, NELSON B., lawyer and claim 
agent, 75 Maumee. 

FIELDS, JAMES, botanic physician. 61 S. 
Main. 

Fish & Shew (G. F. Fish and Mrs. H. 
Shew), millinery store, 108 S. Main. 

Fisher & Meyer (John M. Fisher and Chas. 
Meyer), furniture dealers and undertak- 
ers, 54 N. Main. 

FINCH, M. L., builders, 27 Church. 
•^. Finch, J. "W., dentist, Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

FLEIGEL CHRIST., prop. Flcigel's Hotel, 
8 Court. 

FLORENCE 

SEWING MACHINE, Lemuel Berry, 

agent, cor. Maumee and Winter, opposite 

jwst office. 
FAXON & SON (T. S. and T. J. Jr.), gro- 

cers, 8 Maumee. 
Frank, Andrew, shoemaker, 119 Maumee. 
Frank, Geo. F., saloon, 64 N. Main. 
GAFNEY, MARTIN, grocer and dealer in 

flour and feed, 60 N. Main. 
Galloway, Archer, carpenter, 67 N. Main. 
Galloway, Mrs. A., machine knitting, 67 N. 

Main. 
Galloway, Mrs. Josephine dressmaker, cor. 

Maumee and Winter. 
GEDDES, NORMAN, insurance and claun 

agent, cor. Maumee and Main. 
GEDDES & MILLER (Norman Geddes and 

Chas. R. Miller), lawyers, cor. Maumee 

and Main. 
Gillespie, S. f*., agent for Wheeler 

& Wilson and Howe sewing machines, 
^ Ijothrop's block, 75 Maumee. 
GERMEN, P. & CO., clothing, 23 Maumee. 
GIPPERT, F. & SON, grocers, 103 Maumee. 



Gordon & Bro. (H. W. and J. 8.), hmnieM, 

trunks, etc., 84 Maumee. 
Graves, S. Edson, dep. collector int. rev., 80 

Maumee. 



Gregg, Samuel, dealer in lime, 104 S. 

GREENLY, WILLLOf L., attorn^ and no- 
tary public, office Masonic Temple. 

GUNSOLUS, ROBERT, hamesB maker, 04 
S. Main. 

Haag, Fred., dealer in hides and leathflr, 76 
N. Main. 

HAGUE, W.. hair cutting and bathing 
rooms, 21 Maumee, opposite Masonlo Tem- 
ple. 

Hale, S., physician (homoe.), Lothvop's 
block. 

Halsey, M. N., lawyer, 84 Matmiee. 

HART, HENRY, sec. Mich. State Ins. Gb., 
cor. Maumee and Main. 

Hart, Noah H., grocer, cor. Erie andTeemn- 

Hart & Day (Samuel E. Hart and O. (X Day), 
druggists, cor. Main and Maumee. 

Hart, H. & Co. (Joseph E. Hart, Heniy Hart, 
Jr., and Geo. W. Henica), dry goods, S8 

HARDY, D. W. C. & CO. (D. W. C. Haxdy» 

and Frederick E. Angell), merchant taUon 

and clothiers, 71 Maumee. 
Harrington, Edward, Charter Oak diniiiig 

hall, 72 N. Main. 
Harrison, W. U., post office news roonL 
Harwood, Washington, carpenter, Dallas it 
Hathaway, Jacob, Hathaway House, loot 

Maumee. 
HAYDEN & BROTHERS (John and Heniy), 

" Climax " billiard and dining hall, A 

Maumee. 
Hayes, C, shoemaker, 56 N. Main. 
Hay ball, Samuel, upholsterer and dealer in 

pa])er hangings, 79 Maumee. 
Haughwout, Peter V., shoemaker, 181 8. 

Main. 
Herrman &May (Nathan Herman and Jacob 

May), clothing, 27 Maumee. 
HEYkE & SCHUBERT, artists in fresco, 

etc., corner Maumee and Winter. 
Hitchcock & Sax-iers (Harvey Hitchcock and 

John Saviors), grocers, 81 N. Main. 
Hinckley, J. H., paymaster M. S. R. R., 87 

Maumee. 
Hoag, J. M., photogra])her, 25 Maumee. 
H0C:KSTADT & CO. (J. Hockst*dt and 

Harvey Gla»ec),meat market, 81 Maumee. 
HOLMES & COOK (J. W. Holmes and Wm. 

W. Cook), job ])rinter8, 25 Maumee. 
Holmes, Cook & Bonner, publishers Adrian 

Journal, 25 Maumee. 

HOWE SEWING MACHINB, 

S p. GILLESPIE, agent, 75 Maimiee. 
Howell, Robinson & Hndley (Andrew How- 
ell, R. B. Robinson and' Edwin HadleyX 
lawyers. Masonic Temple. 



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I. P., Hopper House, Railroad. 
Thomas, saloon, 79 N. Main, 
ire. R. J., music teacher, Centre. 
M., grocer, cor. Maumee and Win- 

jT, Chas., books and stationery, 65 

3. 

lEY, W. P., Lawrence Hotel, cor. 
3 and Winter, 

Fin.C, dealer in pianos, and tuner 
lairer of musical instruments, 24 
north of P. O. 

T & BROTHER (Silas and John), 
> makers, cor. N. Main and Front. 
Geo. H., hotel, Imerson House, 
Qter and Front. 
Charles, car])enter. 
tem, well and cistern pumps, cor. 
d Church, 
r, CHARLES, boots and shoes, 84 

^, C. B., assistant assessor int. rev. 
Biry public, 87 Maumee. 
i W., dyer, 137 Main. 
Ilrs. £. B., milliner, 43 Maumee. 
aul, barbers, 41 Maumee. 
, James, china, crockery and 
ire, 64 Maumee. 

iss J. H., dress and cloak maker, 
J. 

James H., freight agent M. S. R. R. 
J, L. J. & CO., restaurant and din- 
, under Masonic Temple. 
lOAGLAND, builders, Pearl st. 
Leander,n50unty clerk, residence 
imee. 

y. E. & Son (Wm. E. and Chas.), 
eand crockery, 31 Maumee. 
r. H., physician, 76 Maumee. 
C, iron foundry and machine 
N. Main.. 

Hcnrjr, physician and in- 
agent, 57 Maumee. 
tf . H., dentist, under Odd Fellows' 

A Perkinn (Henry Knapp 
Uis T. Perkins),' dry goods, 57 
I. 

arrison & Co. (O. Knight, P. Har- 

d R. G. Ferguson,) marble, build 

paving stone. Broad, near Mau- 

fohn, prof, in Adrian College, pro- 
►f *' Expositor " printing office, 64 

P. O., upholsterer and paper 
Lothrop's block. 

KNITTING MACHINE, 

Berry, agent, over J. H. Cole & 
)mer Maumee and Winter. 
CE. W. T., Lawrence Hotel, res. 
mee. 



LAWRENCE HOTEL, 

W. P. Humphrey, cor. Maumee and Win- 
ter. 

Leary, Geonre, dentist, 51 Maumee. 

Leonhard, Frank, building and paving stone, 
108 Maumee. 

LEHMAN, WILLIAM, Union brewery, cor. 
Main and Bristol. 

LEWIS, F. H.,whole8ale and retail dealer in 
crockery, china, and glassware, 08 S. 
Main. 

LEWIS, John, prop. Verandah saloon, 67 
Maumee. 

Libs, Joseph, wagon maker, 86 N. Main. 

Lincoln, C. H., agent Singer sewing ma- 
chines, 100 S. Mkin. 

Lochner, Geo. F.,wagonmaker, 122 Maumee. 

Longshore, Mrs. H. R., physician, 19 Mau- 
mee. 

lioad A Traik (Oliver M. Loud 
and Lambert Trask), importers and deal- 
ers in nursery stock, 53 S. Main. 

Lowrey & Jones, barbers, 88 S. Main. 

Lowrey, Mrs. Bell, ladies* hair work, 80 
Maumee. 

LUCK. W.W., agent United States Express 
Co., 56 Maumee. 

Ludlow, T. J., patent carpet sweepers, 11 
State. 

Lyman & Haight, photographers, 14 Mau- 
mee. 

Lvons, D. R., shoemaker, Beecher. 

Marshall, John A., horseshoer, 18 Winter. 

MAXWELL, ALEXANDER, manufr. bed- 
steads, planing, turning and sawing, 86 
ChunJh. 

McGinn, Charles, grocer, 87 N. Main. 

McEldowney, Rev. John, president Adrian 
College. 

McKenzie, E.,wall paper and picture frames, 
15 Maumee. 

Meinderman, Lewis B., physician and ins. 
agent, 121 Maumee. 



MEAD, R. T., 



PHYSICIAN, 66 Maumee. 

METTLING, M. P., beer and refreshment 
saloon. Maiden Lane. 

Merrick, Rul'us, grocer, 18- W. Maumee. 

Meyer & Grassman (Henry Meyer and Wm. 
H. Grassman), boots and shoes, 93 N. 
Main. 

Hfclilgaii State Insurance Com- 
pany, Henry Hart, sec., cor. Maumee 
and Main. 

Michallis, Wm., saloon, N. Main. 

Miller, S. D., grocer, 74 Main. 

Millerd, Alfred L., lawyer, 51 Maumee. 

Mills, James, carpenter, S. Winter. 

Mixer, F. L., boots and shoes, 52 Maumee. 

Mixer, E. W., boots and shoes, 52 Maumee. 

MORRIS, J. W.. photographer, 74 Maumee. 

Morey, Peter, lawyer, 87 Main. 



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MOULTON & ADAMS (F. D. Moulton and 
John Q. Adams), candles, soap and potash, 
21 N. Main. 

Mulzer, Michael, boots and shoes, 79 Main. 

NEWELL, J. J., books, stationery, watches, 
jewelry and silver ware, 28 Maumee. 

Nicholson, Samuel, barber, 30 Maumee. 

Niles & Clay (Rial Niles and Frank Oay), 
druggists, 97 N. Main. 

NIXON, WILLIAM, planing mill, cor. Di- 
vision and M. S. R. ft. 

Noteman, Darius, physician, Budlong. 

Norton & Ford, photosphere, 45 Maumee, 

North, Mre. G. F., music teacher, 6 S. Main. 

Notz, Wm. G., meat market and restau- 
rant, Ormsby. 

NUFER & CO. (Andrew Nufer and Conrad 
Ulrich), grocere, 188 Maumee. 

OWEN, WOODLAND, dentist. 54 Maumee. 

Phelps & Woodford, druggists, cor. Maumee 
and Winter. 

Palmer, A. B., carriage and blacksmith 
shop, 133 S. Main. 

Palmer, H. F., gunsmith, Maiden Lane. 

Park, G. H. &G. M., gunsmiths, 4 S. Main. 

Parker & Lazenby, wholesale wines and li- 
qnore, 68 N. Main. 

PARSONS & BAKER (EU Parsons and R. 
H. Baker), hats, caps and fure, 44 Mau- 
mee. 
H Payne, George F. & Son, book-bindera and 
blank book manufacturere, 65 Maumee. 

Perry, Charles A., gas and steam fitter. Gas 
Co.'s office. 

PERRY, TRUMAN D., cooper, 81 S. Win- 
ter. 

Peters, J. !<•, marble shop, 61 N. Main. 

Pfeiflfer, Joseph, city brewery, foot of Mau- 
mee. 

Pfeifier, John, house and sign painter, 11 
Frank. 

PiersoH, James M., physician. 49 Main. 

Piatt, W. L., hotel, opposite railroad depot. 

PLUMB & SMALLEY (W. H. Plumb and 
Gustavus Smalley), harness makere, 95 
N. Main. 

Potts, Anna M. L., physician, 19 Maumee. 

Pujols, John, saloon, Michigan. 

Pujols, J., railroad dining obXI. 

Pruden & Cordley (M. L. Pruden and J. 
Cordley), melodeon manufacturere, 100 
Main. 

Pruden, D. C, blacksmith, cor. Maiden Lane 
and Winter. 

Ramsdell, Ira L., hardware. 111 S. Main. 

Redfield, Charles, postmaster, cor. Maumee 
and Winter. 

Redmond, James, blacksmith, Railroad. 

Remington & Bennett (Frank J. Reming- 
ton and Joseph R. Bennett), drugf^sts 
and grocere, 89 Maumee. 

Richardson & Bennett, joinere' shop, 12 N. 
Main. 

River Bank Nurseries, S. Main. 



ROBBINS, R. B., Justice of the peace, ci- 

fice in Masonic Temple. 
Roberts, M. H., carriage and wagon 

maker, W. Blaumee. 
Roper, Edward, barber, Underwood's blodL 
Russell & Angel, iron foundry and car wheel 

manufactorv, east end Michigan. 
Rynd & Allen (Charles Rynd and A. M. At 

len), physicians, 37 Maumee. 
Saile & Briggs (Martin Saile and Jolm 

Brigfs), grocery and saloon, oor. Maumee 

and Tecumseh. 
SALMON, A. G., blacksmith, 8 W. Maumee. 
Sammons, Barney (i., saloon, Hathaway 

House. 
^Sammons, Wm. S., proprietor Mansion 

House, Maumee, below Winter. 
Say re, A., cooper, 62 Main. 
SCHNEIDER & LANGOHR (Geo. C. 

Schneider and Michael Langohr), booU 

and shoi^, 103 S. Main. 
Scott, John, jewelry, 27 Maumee. 
Schwartz & Giimart, saloon, 76 Maumee. 
SHANNON, A. F., eclectic and electropath- 

ic physician, surgeon and dentist, 64 

Maumee. 
SHERMAN & LABAR (Alonzo L. Sherman 

and Henry Labar), Ciiy Flouring Mills, W. 

Maumee. 
SIGLER & STOCUM (A. Siller and H. R 

Stocum), watches, clocks, jewelry and ril . 

ver ware, 78 Maumee. 
SICKLES, HOWARD, livery stable, 95 

Winter. 
Sinclair, D. D., supervisor Second ward, 

clerk at 8. D. Miller's. 
Sizer, Chas.. carpenter, 31 Winter. 
Smitli, Wm. L., carpenter and builder, 110 

Maumee. 
Smith, Hosea B., millinery rooms, 58 Mau- 
mee. 
SMITH. E. C, marble dealer, 52 N. Main. ■ 
Smith, J. R., manufacturer of organs and 

melodeons, cor. State and Michigan. 
SMITH, DANIEL C, patentee and manu- 
facturer of Smith's patent truss, Jordan. 
Smith & Oles (Clement Smith and Rnssdl 

Oles), boots and shoes, 78 Main. 
Smith, Kaiser & Co., carriage makers and 

blacksmiths, cor. Fnmt and Main. 
Smith & Kinzel, confectioners, 74 Manmee. 
Simrrow, (Jeorge, grocAjr, 94 S. Main. 
Spalding, F. JT., physician and snigeoii, 

Lothrop's block. 
Steams & C^ose, iMiinters, 19 Maumee. 
Stebbins, F. R., furniture and piajtioe, 90 

Maumee. 
Steere, B. W. Adrian Nurserv, N. Main. 
STEINMETZ. M., saloon and boaiding 

house, cor. Erie and Tecumseh. 
Stevenson, R. physician, ccr. Main and To- 
ledo. 
STONE, W.H. & CO. (Wm.H. Stone and 

L. a. Berry), bankers, 45 Maumee. 



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Stowe, W. A., carriage manufacturer, 84 

Winter. 
STOWERS, C. G.& CO. (C. G. Stowers and 

John Brazee), grocers and produce dealers, 

91 N. Main. 

Stronar'g Hotel, 9 and 11 W. Mau- 

mee, J. T. Strong, proprietor. 
Squier & Shakell.meat market, Winter. 
TABOR, LORENZO, lawyer and real es- 
tate agent, 64 Maumee. 
Thalman & Sonnenberg, clothing, under 

L awrence Hotel. 
THOMSON & KING, clocks, watches, jew- 

dry and silver ware, 82 S. Main. 
Thomson, J. M., piano-tuner and music 

teacher, 82 8. Main. 
THROOP, GEORGE B., Excelsior Steam 

Bending Works, S. Main, adjoining M. S. 

R. R. 
Tooker, Miss J. E., dress and cloak maker, 

75 Maumee. 
Topliff, I. N., carriage manufacturer, N. 

Winter. • 
Towl & Salsbury, carpenters, Maiden Lane. 
Traux, Joseph, painter. 36 Winter. 
Tmpp, William, eating house, Tecumseh. 
Turner, Walker & Co., flouring mills, N. 

Main. 
Turner, B. P., boots and shoes, Masonic 

Temple. 
Tjley k Soper, grocers, 92 S. Main. 
Ulrich, Joseph, carpet weaver, 39 Front. 
Van Brunt, N., meat market, cor. Main and 

Maiden Lane. 
VandegrifT & Sons, (William, George and 

Elijah), coopers, 21 N. Main. 
VAN SANDT, ELISHA, mason, CoUege ave. 
WALDBY, W. H. & CX). {V^\ H. and E. L 

Waldby), bankers, cor. Maumee and Main. 
WALKER, H. W., surgeon, office in Ma- 
sonic Temple. 
WALLACE & WAGNER (L. R. Wallace 

and Adam Wagner), general machine 

shop and iron and brass foundry. 36 

Winter. 
Ward, John R., engraver, cor. Maumee and 

Winter. 
Warner, H., meat market, 71 Main. 
WARNER, T. C, flour and feed store, cor. 

Main and Church. 
Warner, Gilbert, carriage trimmer, cor. 

Main and Fn>nt. 
Wmrren, William, teacher of penmanship, 

Lothrop's block. 
Waterman, C. A. & Co. (Charles A. and 

Peari). grocers, 128 S. Main. 
Watts, T. R., music teacher and piano al- 

er, 65 Maumee. 
Watts, J. S., physician. Winter, opposite 

poet office. 
Wells, Wm. A., hat manufacturer, foot of 

Church. 
Western Union Telegraph office, over Stone 

& Co.'s bank. 



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WEAVER, CLEMENT E., lawyer 

claim agent. Underwood's block. 
Whaley, George E., grocer, 96 S. Main. 

WHEELER AND WILSON 

SEWING MACHINE, S. P. GiUespie 
agent, 75 Maumee. 

Wheeler & Phelps, saloon, 68 Maumee. 

Whipple, Geo. W.. auction rooms. 70 Mau- 
mee. 

Whitney, C. S., oysters, fruits and confec- 
tionery, 121 S. Main. 

WiUey & Knapp (J. Willey and John I. 
Knapp), dry goods, 87 Maumee. 

Wilcox & Bro., (Wm. S. Wilcox and Heniy 
Wilcox), hardware, 35 Maumee. 

Williams Bros. (G. W. and J. L.), tobacco- 
nists, 82 Maumee. 

Winter, E. B., physician, 88 Broad. 

Wise, T. & J. W. (Tobias and John W.), 
tobacconists, 90 S. Main. 

WISE, STEPHEN, saloon, N. Main. 

Wood, Alfred H., clothing, 46 Maumee. 

Wood, Melvln !>., carpenter and 
builder, 31 Winter. 

WOOD, COL. J. H., proprietor of Chicago 
Museum, res. S. Main. 

Wooster. J. D.. grocer, 17 Maumee. 

Worcester, Miss L. A., dressmaker, Lothrop's 
block. 

Worden, Alanson, boots and shoes, 42 Mau- 
mee. 

Young & Rowley (Chas. Young and J. C. 
Rowley), grocers, 88 S. Main. 

YOUNG, J. J. & CO. (John J. and William), 
dry goods, 29 Maumee. 

Young, William, lime, etc, 56 Main. 

Zwissler, J., ladies' furnishing goods, 68 
Maumee. 



AKRON. 
A townBhip and post-office of Tnsoola 
county. Population, 200. 



ALABASTER. 
A township and post village of Iosco 
county. This place was first settled in 1863. 
It was formerly a part of Tawas, the county 
seat of Iosco county. In the spring of 1866 
it was erected into a township by itself. It 
derives its name from a splendid bed of 
gypsum which it contains, and which is 
now successfully worked, large quantities 
of it being shipped during the season of 
navigation to different parts of the State for 
agricultural and mechanical uses. Saginaw 
and Bay City steamers stop regularly at this 
place on their way to and from Alpena. 
Population, 150. Semi-weekly mail. Poit- 
master— B. F. Smith. 



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TOWNSHIP 0FFICEB8. 

SwpermsoT — Shearman Wheeler. 
ClterAj-John Oliver. 
Tredmrer—B. F. Smith. 
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IjlBt Of ProfBMiloiis, Trades, -ete. 

Fuller, Geo, justice of the peace. 
Huston, John, justice of the peace. 
McKidder, James, justice of the peace. 
Smith, B. F., hotel, store, saw-mill and pro- 
prietor of gypsum bed. 

ALAMO. 

A post village of Kalamazoo county, on 
a creek of Kalamazoo river, 150 miles west 
of Detroit. 



ALBION. 

A township of Calhoun county, contain- 
ing a portion of the thriving incorporated 
viUage of the same name. The township 
has a good soil, and produces grain abun- 
dantly. It is watered by the Kalamazoo 
river and branches. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICBBB. 

Supervisor — Chas. V. Holmes. 
Clerk— In. W. Reid. 
Treasurer — Crawford Oreen. 



ALBION. 

An important incorporated post village 
of Calhoun countv, on the Kalamazoo river, 
12 miles east of Marshall, on the Michigan 
Central Railroad. It contains a number of 
flouring mills and other nianufactories, five 
churches, two weekly newspapers (the " Al- 
bion Weekly Mirror" and the "Union 
Herald"), a Methodist Episcopal College, 
about 30 stores, several fine nails and a 
Commercial College. This place also con- 
tains a fine artecSan well, which is 285 feet 
deep, and discharges two barrels of water 
per minute, at an average temperature of 
53 ® Fahrenheit. Population, about 3,000. 
Postmaster — Chas. W. Dairy mple. 

YILLAGB OFFICERS. 

Pr<!»Mf«n^— Wellington Bidwell. 

Recorder— Ch9A, K. WiUiams. 

lYustees—J. D. Comstock, C. W. Dalrym- 
ple. Smith Woolsey, O. C. Gale, Ira W. 
Reed, George Harvey. 

Treasurer— W. D. Fox. 

Attorney — Geo. W. Brown. 

Marshal and Street Commissioner — Do- 
rastus Green, Jr. 

FIRB DBPABTMBNT. 

Chief Engineer — Augustus Gale. 

Alert Br^ne, No, 1.— Nicholas Plough, 
foreman. 

Alert Hose Co., No. 1. — Henry Cushman, 
foreman. 

CHUBCHB1. 

Presbyterian Church — Porter street. Rev. 
D. M. Ciooper, pastor. 

Union (spintuaUst) Church — Erie street. 
Rev. A. B. Whiting, minister. 



Baptist Church — Siiperior street. 
Methodist Church — Erie street. 
Episcopal Church — ^Erie street, Rev. E. 
Seymour, rector. 

PUBLIC HALLS. 

Firemen's Ball — ^Hannah's Block, Supe- 
rior street. 
Howard HaU — Superior street. 
Masonic HaU — Peabody's Block, Superior 

Odd FeUows* HaU— CrowelVa Block, Su- 
perior street. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Union Herald — Published every Sat- 
urday, by Wm. E. Thornton {Republican.) 

The Albion Weekly JftVri^r— Published 
Thursday, by Lawrence M. Cole (Demo- 
cratic.) 

SOCIETIES. 

The Albion Young Men's Society — Meets 
at Howard Hall on the first Friday of each 
month ; Ira Mayhew, president. 

Murat Lodge, No. 14, F. <fc A. if.— Meets 
third Monday in each month at Masonic 
Hall. 

AUyUm Lodge, No. 20, /. 0. of 0. F.— 
Meets every Friday at Odd Fellows* Hall. 

Albion IHoision, No. 4, S. of 71— Meets 
Tuesday evenings, in Howard Hall. 

ALBION COLLEGE. 

OvviCRBS— President, James W. Sheldon. 

1st Vice, A. W. Walker. 

2nd Vic4i, Martin Haven. 

Secretary, Geo. B. Jocelyn. 

Treasurer, A. M. Fitch. 

Faculty — Rev. Geo. B. Jocelyn, profes- 
sor of mental and moral science. 

Rev. Wm. H. Perrine, A. M., professor of 
natural science and fine arts. 

Wm. H. Shelley, A. M., professor of Latin 
and Greek languages and literature. 

Mrs. Livonia B. Perrine, A. M., professor 
of mathematics. 

Miss Rachel Camay, M. S., preceptress. 

Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth, teacher of 
instrumental music. 

ALBION COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 

Prof. Ira Mayhew, principal. 

lAmt of ProlfeMlons, Trades, etc. 

Adams & Son (S. and B.), painters. 
Alley, J. J. & Co., general store. 
Anderson, James A., merchant tailor, etc. 
Babcock, Mrs. W. R., milliner. 
Babcock, Wm. R., dentist. 
Baker, Thomas, clocks, watches and jewelry. 
Barnes, H., clothing and furnishing goods. 
Bidwell, B. B. & W! A., general store. 
Bidwell & Wheelock (Wellington Bidwell 
and Frederick Whc«lock), general store. 
Bigelow, L. G., photographer. 
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Boll, Isaac, assistant XJ. S. assessor. 

Cady, George N., tinware, etc 

Chichester, Ephraim, cooper. 

Clark, Geo. P., grocer, etc. 

Collins, Wm. W., physician (Horn.) 

Cole, L. W., publisher of the "Mirror." 

Comstock & Bro., druggists, etc. 

Cooley, Carlton, carriage maker. 

Crowell, Jessie, flouring mill. 

Culver, A. W., crockery and groceries. 

Douglass & Lewis (W. W. Douglass and E. P. 
Lewis), merchant tailors, etc. 

Edick, Miss Anna M., milliner. 

Elston & Son (Champion and James), carpen- 
ters. 

Erhartt, Fred. W., furniture. 

Fox, W. D., general store. 

Furbish, Mrs. E. A., dressmaker. 

Gale, O. Charles A Co. (O. Charles, 
A. and H. Gale and E. Hollingsworth), 
hardware, and proprietors of Albion Agri- 
cultural Works, Superior street. 

Gardner, Augustus P., hardware. 

Gates & Lewis (G. Gates and J. M. Lewis), 
meat market. 

Gilbert, Henry, famituro. 

Goodnow, Walter, hotel (Goodnow House.) 

Grasse. Charles, boots and shoes. 

Graves, H. P., boots and sh'oes. 

Hayes, John, mason. 

Hazard, T. J. & Co. (T. J. Hazard and C. S. 
Daskam), boots and shoes, hats and caps, 
etc. 

Heys, William, painter. 

Holden, L., grocer. 

Hovey, Horace M., physician. 

Hunt & McDonald (S. Hunt and C. Mc- 
Donald), barbers. 

Hunt. Ira, saloon. 

Jefferson, R. & Co. (R. Jeflerson and A. W. 
Gandenicr), boots and shoes. 

Johnson, David B., grocery, saloon and bak- 
ery. 

Johnson, McKay, hamessmaker. , 

Kahn, M. & Co. (Meyer Kahn and C. Atler) 
merchant tailors, etc. 

King, R. H., physician. 

Lambson, Ira J., livery stable. 

Love, Thomas, general store. 

Lynch, John, tailor. 

Leonard & Tucker (W. H. Leonard and D. 
Tucker), bakery. 

Maher, Geo. W., planing mill, etc. 

Mason, Mrs., milliner. 

Hajrlievr, Ira, Commercial College, cor. 
Superior and Erie streets. 

Miller, Frank, eating saloon. 

Miller, J. W., wagonmaker. 

Monroe, George, lawyer. 

National Exchange Bank ; president, S. V. 
Irwin ; eoMer, G. W. Davis. 

Newell, Wm. P., carriage-maker. 

Norton & Case (R. H. Norton and W. L. 
Case), furniture, and agents for Grand 
Trunk Railway. 
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Osbom, Milton, physician. 

Parker, C. T., hotel (Parker's Exchange.) 

Parker, C. T., justice of the peace. 

Palmer, N. G., blacksmith. 

Peabody, David & Bro. (David and Walter), 

flouring mill. 
Peck, Alvin, lawyer and justice. 
Phipany, H. C, fancy dry goods. 
Porter & Brockway (W. G. Porter and S. P. 

Brockway), groceries, etc. 
Presley, William, boots and shoes. 
Reed, J. W., marble dealer. 
Reed, W. T., drugs, books and stationery. 
Robinson, Orton, blacksmith. 
Rodgers & Hall (B. Rodgers and C. Hall), 

masons. 
Royston, Wm., painter. 
Rundeo, Ferris, painter. 
Sawyer, A. H., grocery and saloon. 
Sheldon, James W., banker and insurance 

agent, Superior. 
Shaddock, H., hotel (Albion House.) 
Steele, Wm., jeweler. 
Stone, George W., dentist. 
Strickland, John, mason. 
Swan, E. F., sewing macliines. 
Sway, George, saloon. 
Swift, Thomas, livery stable. 
Tannehill, W. H., painter. 
Teachout, E. P., groceries and liquors. 
Thompson, John, meat market. 
Thornton, W. E., publisher of" Herald." 
Thrasher, William, blacksmith. 
Tuttle, Mrs. S., milliner. 
Warner, Cole & Co. (D. A. Warner, G. F. 

Cole and H. H. Bush), general store. 
Watt, Wm. H., boots and shoes. 
Westlake, Eli, flour, feed and provision store. 
Wier, Mrs. Anna, milliner. 
Williamson, Cooper & Co. (L. D. Williamson, 

J. E. Cooper and Col. P. Graves), carriage- 
makers and blacksmiths. 
Williamson, Miss H., hair manufacturer. 
Williams & O'Donoughao (T. Williams, C. 

K. Williams and W. O'Donoughue), drug- 

W^sts, etc. 
illiams, Fitch R., justice, real estate agent. 
Williamson, David, barber. ;/ 

Woodburv & Flagg, billiard saloon, etc. 
Wood, E. J., station agent M. C. R. R. 
Wood, Orris, telegraph operator. 



ALO-ANSEE. 
A township and post office in the county 
of Branch, three miles south of the Michi- 
gan Southern Railroad, about 120 miles 
westerly from Detroit. The township con 
tains 1,200 inhabitants. It has a weekly 
mail. Postmaster — George L. Clark. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — James A. Williams. 
Clerk — Lorenzo Reynolds. 
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ALO-ONAC. 

A post village of Clay township, St. Clair 
county, sitnateid near the mouth of St. Clair 
river, 40 miles from Detroit, contains three 
churches, Masonic hall, two saw mills, sev- 
eral stores and mechanic shops and four 
ship yards. Population, 1,000. Daily maO. 
Postmaster— F.C. Folkerts. 

liUt of ProfBMloiM, Trades, etc. 
Allen, Geor^, shoemaker. 
Comb, AUon, grocer. 
Curry, Thomas, hotel. 
Folkerts, F. C, general store. 
Folkerts & Butterfield, manufacturers and 

dealers in lumber. 
Gilbert, Charles, grocer. 
Hamet, Samuel, carpenter. 
Hedger, Rev. B. H., (Methodist). 
Jones, D. G., telegraph operator. 
Keem, Isaac, justice. 
Owen, Charles E., ship builder. 
Robertson, Henry, collector of customs. 
Robertson, J. C, ship builder. 
Raymond, J. S., stave mill. 
Smith, A. and S. L., express agents. 



ALO-ONQUIN. 

A township and post office in Ontonagon 
county, situated on road from Ontonagon to 
Houghton, 774 miles from Detroit. The 
township is chiefly valuable on account of 
its copper mines. 

ALLEO-AN. 
A township and post village of Allegan 
county, 168 miles from Detroit and 25 miles 
n. w. from Kalamazoo, the nearest shipping 
point. It is the seat of justice of Allegan 
county, and commands the trade for some 
20 miles around. The Kalamazoo river fur- 
nishes an immense water power, which is 
employed as the motive power for several 
mills and factories. The merchants ordina- 
rily receive their goods by railroad to Kala- 
mazoo, and thence by teams. Heavy goods 
are brought up the Kalamazoo by river 
boats 25 miles. It contains six churches, 
to wit : Presbyterian, Connegational, Epis- 
copal, Methodist Episcopal. German Metho- 
dist, and Baptist; one Masonic lodge, one 
newspaper, a number of stores, manufac- 
tories and mechanic shops. Population 
about 2,000. A daily mail is received. 
Postmaster — Hiram S. Manson. 

TOWNSHIP OPPICKRS. 

Supermsor — Alanson Case. 
C^rA-^Frank Alloy. 
Treasurer — A. S. Butler. 

VILLAOE OFFICERS. 

President — Chaimcey C/alkins. 
Recorder — Daniel J. Arnold. 



Tnutees—T^vojA L. Griswold, Chmrles R. 
Wilkes, Columbus Coleman, Joseph G. 
Stuck, Sargent N. Pike. 

Ma/rshal and Sireet Oonumaioner — Thot. 

E. Streeter. 

litst of ProftosffloiiB, Tim4e«| eCe« 

Ackiss, Moses, barber. 
Allegan Hoa»e, William Miaaon, pro- 
prietor. 
Andrews, Rev., (CongregationaL) 
Arnold & Stone (Dan. J. Arnold and J<^ 

W. Stone), lawyers. 
Atkins, B., carpenter. 
Bailey, J. B., insurance agent. 
Bailey, Leonard, carpenter. 
Baker, Carlos, cabinet maker. 
Bush, John D., shhigle mill. 
Butler, Augustus S., banking office. 
Calkins, A. H., physician. 
Calkins & Stone (Chauncey W. CoUdna and 

Silas E. Stone), general store. 
Calkins, Fiske & Co. (A. Calkins, George 

Fiske and Elisha Mix), hardware store. 
Calkins, Fowler & McQueeny, foundiy and 

machine shop. 
Carter & Poland (Hiram Carter and Wf^ 

liam Poland), flouring mill and feed store. 
Case, A. & H. G., (Alanson and Homer G.), 

flouring mill. 
Case, H. B. & A. B., general store. 
Chaffer, Ira, general store and lath and 

shingle mill. 
Church & Coleman ( Church and Geoige 

C. Coleman), grocers. 
Colyer, Richard, barber. 
Crane, D. M. & Brother (D, M. and C. AX 

druggists. 
Curtis, John, carriage maker. 
Day & Pearce (F. Day and D. H. Pearoe), 

general store. 
Dunning Brothers (Henry M. and Hailan 

P.), dritggists. 
Dumont, Henry, saw mill. 
Ellinger, D. & Brother, merchant ti^ors. 
Ely, David, Brewer, Exchange Hotel, Emeiy 

and Nicholson, proprietors. 
Feek & Heath (Winslow Feek and John 

Heath), machinist. 
Follett, James D., hardware. 
Franks, Henry, merchant tailor. 
Goodrich, O. D., physician, (homoeopathic) 
Goodrich, O. C, physician, (homoeopathic) 
Green, James, boot and shoe maker. 
Griswold, Pardy, shingle mill. 
Hammerslack, Lewis, clothing store. 
Heath, Edv^in S., news dcjiot. 
Heath & Co. (Martin V. Heath and Charies 

C. Clark), flour and feed store. 
Henderson A Hawks (Don G. 

Henderson and Moses Hawks), publishers 

of "Journal." 
Higgins, John, carpenter. 
Hunzicker, R., general store. 
Jenner, Thomas C, general store. 



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Kellogg, J. R, land agent. 
Kent, James W., blaessmitli. 
Leslie, A. R., biurnefls maker, 
littlejohn, Wooleoot H., books and station- 
Marble, Bev. E., (Methodist.) 
Marsh, William L. B., jewelry store. 
MASON, WILLIAM, propr. Allegan House. 
Mattoon, C, B., gunsmith. 
Majhew, John H.. general store. 
Messenger, William C, safe and fieinning 

mill manufiicturer. 
MeCormick & Hewitt (John McCormick and 
> Samuel Hewitt), grocers. 
Nathamson. Albert, dry goods. 
OUver & Ck). (Andrew and George Oliver 

and John Plullipps), cabinet makers. 
CBourk, Michael, grocer. 
Ottenheim & Co. (Mark Ottenheim and 
Samuel Lederman), dry goods and cloth- 
ing. 
Parker, Thomas J., blacksmith. 
« Pennock, Mrs. J. M., milliner. 

I Piper, William A., dentist. 
Pratt, Zenas A., grocer. 
Pratt, Benjamin, livery stable. 
Baylor, Bev. John P., (Presbyterian.) 
SbtOTWood & Griswold (Marion Sherwood 

and Pardy Griswold), clothing store. 
Bnedaker, J. W., druggist. 
Snyder, Bev. A., (Baptist.) 
Stanley, S. P., insurance agent and assistant 

U. S. assessor. 
Stone, J. W., insurance agent. 
Stieeter, James B., dentist. 
Streeter, Thomas E., livery stable. 
Thew, Jose^, lawyer. 
Thompson, David, harness maker. 
TiUottson, Oscar, grocery and bakery. 
Tjrler, George W., mason. 
Vosberg, Mrs. H., milliner. 
Vosberg, Barney, saw miU. 
Vosbeig, Henry, jeweler. 
West, Nathan, shingle mill. 
Wheelock, Edward C, tobacco and cigars. 
Whitmore, I. N., marble shop. 
Williams & Brother (Wilson H. and J. M.), 

harness makers. 
Williams A Prltchard (WilUam B. 

Williams and Benjamin D. Pritchard), 

lawyers. 
Wilkes, C. B., hardware store. 
Wilflon, Albert, cooper. 
Wilson, John, cooper. 
Wilson, Ward, cooper. 

ALLEN. 
A township of HiUsdale county, contain- 
ing the poet viUage of Sylvanus. Popula- 
tion, 2,200. 

TOWNSHIP 0FFICEB8. 

i6ltip«mfor— Andrew Winchester. 
Clerk— B, A Johnson. 
TrMturer — ^B. W. Brockway. 

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ALMA. 
A township of Tuscola county. Popula- 
tion about 400. 



ALMA. 
A post village of 400 inhabitants in Gra- 
tiot county, situated on Pine river. The 
nearest shipping point is St. Johns, 80 miles 
distant, on the Detroit and Milwaukee Bail- 
road. The country around is exceedingly 
iertile, and the climate genial and healthy. 
Mail tri-weekly. Poitmaster — Theron A 
Johnson. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — ^WOliam S. Turc. 
Clerk—D. W. C. C!hapin. 
Treasurer — George Chandler. 
litst of ProfBaalona, Trades, etc. 

Anderson, S. F., cabinet maker. 

Baker & Delaney, founders and machinists. 

Bowan, J. C, physician. 

Buckhannan, John, butcher. 

Boyer, Daniel, gunsmith. 

Case, Wm., flour and saw mill. 

Chapin, D. W. C, lawyer. 

Clark, C. C, builder and contractor. 

Carpenter, W. C, boots and shoes. 

Dean, Joseph, boots and shoes. 

Denton, Bev. Jonas, (Presbyterian.) 

Garget, James, real estate agent. 

Gordon, Geo. S., physician. 

Hall, W., general store. 

Hayes, J. D., lawyer. 

Holt, G. W., tinsmith. 

Hildreth & Hicks, blacksmiths. 

Holiday, L., livery stable. 

Hulbert & Co., cabinet makers. 

Hulbert, H. B., general store. 

Hunt, Wm., carriage maker. 

Jackson, H. J., physician. 

Jennings, Geo. W., saw mill. 

Johnson, T. A., grocer. 

Judd & Kress, general store. 

Jones, Norman, tailor. 

Kellam, P. B., photographer. 

Kellam, Mrs., milliner. 

Kress & Currence, hotel. 

Moyer, Wm., hotel. 

Pollasky, M., grocer and dotliier. 

Bogers, Harrison, carpenter. 

Bussell, Alfred, blacksmith. 

Scott, C. M., harness maker. 

Stiles, E. F., painter. 

Tracy, John, brickmaker. 

Tromp, W., grocer. 

Wheeler, O., physician. 

Yerrington, A., druggist. 

Zeese, Geo., jeweler. 

ALMENA. 
A township and post village of Van Bu 
ren county, 150 miles west of Detroit. It 
contains two churches, two stores, and two 
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ta wan, OQ the MiclimaQ Central R&ltroiid. 
Population about 1,000, Pflrtffkw^— Sun- 
eon Brown- 



ALMONT. 
A flourishing incorporated village in the 
townflMp of the eame name?. In th& county 
of Lapeer, iitaated GO miles north of De^ 
troit, and la the torminus of the mail and 
stiigii route, from Almont to Ridgiewaj, on 
the Orand Trunk Railway ; and of stage 
route from Almont to Pontiac, on the De- 
troit and MUwaukee Railroad* Fare to De- 
troH, $3. Mail sta^s also from this point 
to Grand Blanc, 3*^ mik*g, and to Nt?wman» 
30 miles. It has a population of nearly 
1,000. Population of township, 3,0CMJ, A 
new union school house is in process of 
erection — to bo complete*! in 1867 — at a €o#t 
of $15,000. It has one? CcmgttJgational^ one 
Baptii?»t, and one Methodist church ; ono 
lodge F. & A. M. (Almont Lodge No. 51), 
onu lodge 1. O. CJood Templars, and a Young 
Men'H Christian Association. PnHmaMer—* 
Dan. W. Richardson. 

TOWKSHJP OFPICKKS. 

Super aisffr^D. E. Haxen. 
Vltrk^k, V, Ammorman. 
Tremurer^-^h, C. Dickeraon, 
Llat of ProlteajKlona^ Trmd«% «te. 

Allen, Dr, J. B., chemist 

Andei-aon, Jamf*e, painter- 

Andrus & Carpenter, Misses, milliners. 

Andrufl, James H„ general store. 

Auer, John H.. tailor. 

Baker, S. K-, boot and shoe maker. 

Ban u3 liter, J, Warren, carriage maker. 

Black, Oamcr D*, tailor. 

Borland, Colerick & McEnte*?, general store. 

BoBtick, E. C\, ockHJtic physician. 

Bostick, Frank, eclectic phyaleian. 

Brigg» k Wail, grocers, 

Briggs, J. W., jeweler. 

Briggft, Stephen, wool carder and manufac- 
turer of TKJtash. 

Burrow**, Jamei, blaoksmith. 

Carter, W, H*. harbor and hair Urcaiier. 

Cherry man, Thoma^i, general store. 

Cook, Ainftwa P., mason. 

(Jook, Solomon, uroprietOT National House. 

Corey, Egbert W., attorney and counselloF 
at law* 

Corliss, Alden 9., wa^nraaker. 

Crtitiaman, Mrs. A,,mUliner anddrt^amaker. 

De Muim, Mrs. & Miss Charter, milliners, 

Drake, >lia^ Mary, milliner 

Ek change Hotel. William H. Race. prop. 

Fanners' and Mechanics' Trade Association, 
C, R. MrEntet', president. 

Fitch, H. D. & Sf»n, jewelers, 

Goodrich, Horace D., meat market, 

Gould U Amisii-ong, livery Btable. 



Hagadone, Rev. Wesley, (Metbodlnt.) 

HaUock, DeWitt, photographer and printetr. 
Harris, John U., ^neral store. 
Hibbler k McEntee, cabinat xoaken^ 
Hill, Marks, ready-made clothing, dry and 

fancy gcKids. 
Hough, Edward A., harness maker. 
Hough, John B., IT. 3. assiataJit a^Beaoor 

and just ic-e of tho peace. 
Hough, Theron E., grocer* 
Hunter, Erafituii, dentist. 
Ingrahnm, C. L., druggist. 
Johnson, B. F., furniture dealer and painter, 
Mair, John, blacksmith. 
Mattison, H. C, saloon. 
McClelland & Staples, hoots, shoes and ba^ 

ne^. 
McDonald, Allan, attorney and counsellor ftt 

law. I 

MeEail & Rattray, carpenters aod buildara. 
Milter, Gilson D., wagon maker. | 

Morgan k> (luthrie, billiard saloon. i 

Motjre, M. T., phydclan. 
Moses & Hubhel, foundry and macMoQ eliop, 

wagon and carriage manufactarera. 
Moss, PfiUmer J., insurance? agent. 
Murdock, John, lioot and shoe maker. 
Newbem. William, ealooa. 
Nichols^ William, cooper, 
Payne. F. J. & C^., sash, doora and bUodi, 

cari-^ii^i^ f^^ hiulderi, steam saw and 

flouring mills. 
Pien**, David, gunsmith. 
Proal, Albert, maiion. 
Rattray, John, justice of the peace, atlof- 

ncy and conveyancer. 
Reynolds, James H., meat market. 
Richardson, Daniel W., druggist and book- 
Fit!! ler. 
Robertson, Robert, grocer. 
Simons, Jose ph. carriage maker. 
Smith, H., billiard ealoon and tailor. 
IStephens, Henry, general store, 
Stoddard, L., grocer. 
Stone, Addison R., iihysician. 
Strobrifige, Oliver P., physician. 
Taylor, John B., saliMjn. 
Townsond, Fftrquharsou iL Taylor, ganet^ 

store. 
Trayt'r, N, H,, homtEopatliic physidan. 
Vail, Edward, tanner. 
Walton, Edwin J., dentist. 
Washer & Harl, luirnesB makers. 
West, Oliver E., wool carding. 
Whitehead, William, f4alm>n 
WUc^JX, Herat ii* X„ en rj Renter. 
Williams & Mote*, hankers, 
Williams, Rev. H. D. (CongrogationaL) 
Wright, John k C^J,, liardwiire. 

ALPENA* 
The county seat of Alppua c/mnty is a 
new [TOst village, Bituateil on Thunder Bay, 
at the mouth of Thmuler rivivr, in the north- 



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em paJt of the Lower PeninsttlR of the State 
of BAiclilg^a. It contame two cbureli or- 
gmmz&tions, a lodge of Hnmna &nd ona of 
Ootid Templam, a weekl3" newspaper {Alpe- 
na CtmrU^ pMn^er}, aiivoml jitores, groceries 
■Jid mechanic shops, and also e*3V*?ml mills 
and foanufftirtoriea. The Thunder river 
drains an uudu^'eloped timber re^on of 
great extent and value, whifh must ultl- 
mately find ita way to market viu Alpena. 
Aa a eonaaqueocf.', this is becoming the ob- 
jective point of much etiterprist? and capitnL 
A \&f^ town may be looked for here in a 
veiy lew yeanf. Steambuata ply regularly 
bifitweou ihift point and Detroit, also fetween 
here and Sagiuaw. 

lilst <»r Prore«Jilonii( Tradesf etc. 
Baehmaji, Rev, *i. O. (EpjecopalO 
Bewail, J. tt.. Union Htar Hotel. 
Cape, Jameti A., editor of Pion^^er 
Comstock, A W. k Co.. general itore. 
Cmig-, James^ commi^ejion morrhaut. 
Fletchttr, A. F, & Co., geutjral store and 

agetiuof pro|ft;ller llnt^. 
Hitchcj^ck, T. E., d eputy collector of cus- 

toma. 
Hopkins & Park, dealei^s in Kash, dixjra and 

hUndii. 
Hopper, Davis & DtmDti, general stort^ 
kaii^on^ Isiuic, iminter and glazier. 
Joalyn, D. H., lawyi?r atid insurance agent. 
lAnje, J. W., desiinier and iJUiUlt^i-. 
Maiden, W, P., physician and druggitst. 
Mtflon, Doty, Lmcn & Co.^ general store- 
Maaun, Le^tjer & Co., general siore. 
Ma«ois, L, M. k Co. (L. M. Mason. J. E. 

LoekwocKl, J» S. Miuur, 11. F. Luc** and 

Theo. Liicti), dealers in lumber, shingles, 

lath, etc. 
Mather, O.. inspector aud commisaion deal 

ur In lumber. 
Minton; Martlji H., juatioo of the peace. 
Mortimer, Tliaa., builder. 
Oliver, Uavid D., proprietor of Alpeim 

ihiifUg Piofteer'. 
fiichardion k Tromlinsou, painters. 
Babinson, Thomas Si Co., planing milL 
Bmith, Obed, lawyer, prosecuting attorney 

and jnatice of th^ |ieaei^ 
Tneker, R P., lawyer. 
Tattle, J. B., lawyer, and maurance and 

Laud a^nt. 
White, Eev. D. C. (Congre^tionaL) 
White, Ilobert, aaitidtatit t . B. assessor and 

coLleotor of internal rovcnuf*. county 

clerk, notary public, and land jtgent. 
Wlikina, Alvau, brokttr. 



ALPINE, 
A towfifithip and post otlic^j in Kent county, 
iitnatod five miles north of Grand Haplds. 
It e^mtainA al»<mt 1,400 inhabitante, and !e» 
one of the most productive Cowne in the 
ooimty. 

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ALTON, 

A smaU po«t village of Kent county. 
PmtmaMer—W. White. 

l^tfll of ProlteaiiloiiA, Trader, etc, 

Moaher, A., blacksmith, and justice of the 

Hendricki, D. M.. wH^on maker, 
Hendrick, G, A., saw mill. 
Ring, Edmond, saw milL 
Babiu, Jamt^ B., griat mill. 

AMBOY. 

A towahip and (xjst office of Hillidble 
county. 12 mil<*a aouth of Michigan Boollt- 
em Rftilrt>ad. It contains four churches. 
Populatifjn. 1,500. Semi- weekly mail, P&ii- 
TimMter — Gideon G. King. 

TOWN&HIP OFFICKBJ. 

Superms&r — A. J. McClellan. 
C'fcrl-— Homer C. Davip. 
7¥eaMurer — David Snyder. 

Ijlat or ProffavaloiiB, Trmdea. ete« 

Altpper, John, sorghum mills. 

Allen, Clark, black wmlib, 

Ltevis, Homer C, coojter. 

Drenker, Richard W„ Houring and saw 

mill. 
Fowler. Levi, boots and shoes. 
Gordon, Wm., justiee nf the peace. 
Hall & Dre-jsser, flour and aaw mill. 
Jenkins &, VVllkinstui, steam saw mlll^ 

Keller, ♦ blacksroiilv. 

Mack, Rev. Orlando, (Baptist.) 

Masten, Aioos, curi|>er. 

Moore. H. G., carpenter, and juttlce of the 

l>eace. 
Moore, Wm,, carpenter. 
Rose. Rev. Luther U., (Baptist.) 
RowLat)t E^v, David C. 
Salmon. Chas., blacksmith. 

ShoLHmaker, ; physician. 

Sawyer, Thos, A.. Borgbum mUli* 



ANN ARBOR, 

A township of Wflshtenaw county, con- 
taining iLU incorporatifd city of the same 
name. Population of township, exclusive 
of city. 3,a00. 



ANN ARBOR. 

An important and flourishing city of 
Washtenaw county, situated an b^th sides 
of the Huroti river, in a high and healthy 
location, and on the Michigan Central Hail- 
road, ^^7 miles from Detroit, and 247 from 
Chicago. The etrijets of the city are laid 
out with great regularity, and are hand- 
somely bordered with shad© trees. 

In 18^18 the village was incorporated, and 

in 1851 a city charter was obtained. The 

prei^nt population of the city is about 

7,000» and of the townsliip, outside of the 

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city limits, about 8,000, making a total of 
10,000 inhabitants. 

Ann Arbor is extensively known as the 
place where the University op Michigan 
is situated, now the largest university in 
Amorica. The whole number of students 
attending it in 1807 was a little less than 
1,500, all young men, and very considerably 
adding to the iM)pulation and business 
of the place. These students board with 
families in the city, there being no ** dormi- 
tories" or " commons" connected with the 
Univtirsity. The good order prevailing 
among the students, and their almost total 
exenii)ti(m from the pranks and feuds that 
have characterized colleges that adhere.'! to 
the " dormitory " plan, should commend 
this example to others. The buildings, 
though no effort for architectural effect has 
been made, are large and elegant. The 
main University Square embraces 40 acres, 
surroun<led by streets. On this square are 
nine buildings, as follows : one 110 feet long 
42 wide, and 4 stories high, used exclusively 
for lecture-rooms, of which there are 13, and 
one room for each of the two Literary Socie- 
ties, and one for the Young Men's Christian 
Association. The society rooms are elegant- 
ly furnished. The second building is of the 
same siztj, used almost exclusively for the 
Museum of Geology, Zoology, Botany, Min- 
eralogy, Antiquities, and the Fine Arts. 
This is one of the finest museums of the 
kind in the country. The third is the Law 
Building, 96 feet long by 70 feet wide, 3 
stories high, containing not only convenient 
r(N>ins for the Law School, but also the Gen- 
eral Library Room. The MtKiical Building 
conHiHtH of a main part, 92 ft jet by 42 feet, 
thrtMi stories high, and an addition, 00 feet 
sciuarci, four stories high, and not surpasscHl 
in convenience and size by any building in 
the c*)untry d(;voted to such a use. It has 
two large lecturtt rooms — callable each of 
seating alniut (JOO persons, a Medical Mu- 
seum. DisHecting R(X)m, Offices, &c. Thi; 
Chemical Lal>oratory is an irregular build- 
ing, partly two stories high, capable of ac- 
commodating about 50 students at once, 
engaged in analysis, well furnished with 
sti^am engine for vcntilatitm, and other 
ntHHled pur])oses. BiHiides these is the Pres- 
ident s houses a largo 8([uaro thrtHj-story 
building, and three other dwelling houses. 

The University has another lot of land. 
alK)ut five acres, on which is situated the 
beautiful Astronomical Observatory, mostly 
the gift of liberal friends of science, in De- 
troit. 

The iHlucational advantages of this city 
are un8ur])asst»d, there Ixnng, imh'pend«'nt 
of the University, a large number of excel- 
lently managed schools, both public an<l 
private. The " Union Sch(X)l," is a lK$auti- 
ful structure, having a front of 100, with a 



depth of 50 feet, and a WU 100 by 40 feet, 
and 20 feet high ; the building will aooom- 
modate 400 pupils. 

The city enjoys a flourishing trade, and 
contains many fine stores, together with ex- 
tensive manufactories of flour, machinery, 
iron, leather, malt liquors, etc. It has a 
National Bank, two private banking bouses, 
four newspapers, nine churches, five hotels. 
Masonic, Odd Fellows, and other societies. 

The •* Washtenaw Agricultural Society " 
owns, witliin the city limits, a finely fitted 
up fair ground, of 21 acres, with all the ne- 
cessary buildings for their annual exhibi- 
tions, etc. 

Following the description of the Stote 
University, will be found a complete list of 
the various societies, churches, business 
men, city officers, etc. 

university op MICHIGAN. 

The University of Michigan has been re- 
garded and ])rovidod for, from the begin- 
ning, as an essential part of the system of 
education established by the State. In 1804, 
by an act of Congress, a township of land in 
Michigan was sta apart for the supjxirt of a 
University, and in 1817, preliminary stei»8 
were taken by the Territorial Government 
for its organization. In 1821 trustees were 
appointed, and in 1824 another township of 
land was devoted to its supjwrt by Con- 
gress. In 1841 the first building was erect- 
ed, and the University projHjr was opened. 
The Endowment Fund of the University 
amounts to about $500,000. 

The Constitution of the State requires of 
the Ixjgislature to " provide for and estab- 
lish a system of Primary Schools, whereby 
a school shall be kept without charge for 
tuition, at least three montlis in each year, 
in every School District in the State." Pri- 
mary Sclu^>ls, therefore, are found in aU the 
towns. In the larger villages, or wherever 
the iwople are sulRciently enterprising, it is 
customar}' to unite two or more School Dis- 
tricts into one. and establish Union Schools, 
in which a number of teachers may be em- 
ployed, and by a combination of material 
and a elivision of labor, all the advantages of 
a classical and scientific Academy, or Pre- 
jmratory School for the University, may be 
enjoyed. 

The design of the i>eo]>le of Michigan, in 
the establishment of the University, was 
evidently to provide for the higher educa- 
ticm of such of the i)upils of the Union 
Sch<K)ls, and others, as might desi re to avail 
themselves of its advantages. The Regents 
and Faculty of the I'niversity recognize the 
juHtice of this d«'maiul. and it is therefore 
their object t^ furnish all the facilities for 
education Iwlonging to a true University. 

Thr<»o D(^i)artments of th(^ University are 
in oiHjration, as follows : Thr iX'partment 



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of Science, Litepatture, and the Arts; the 
Department of Medicine and Surgery ; the 
Department of Law. 

The Department of Science, Literature, 
and the Arta, is devoted to general instruc- 
tion and discipline. The studies are ar- 
ranged so as to constitute several courses. 
The Classical Course of four years corres- 
ponds with the undergraduate course in the 
oldest American Colleges. The Scientific 
Course, also of four years, requires more at- 
tention to the English, French, and German 
Languages and Literature, and to Mathe- 
matics and Natural Science. The Course 
of Civil Engineering corresponds partly with 
the Scientific Course, but embraces much 
peculiar to itself, and requires four years' 
Btudy. A C-ourse in Mining Engineering is 
also in o|)eration. Students who desire it 
may pursue u s))ecial course of study in 
Analytical Cheniistrj'. Students who are 
not candidates for a degn'e can enter any 
class in any study for which they are found 
prepared, on examination, pursuing what 
are called Selected Studies. 

The Dei)artment of Me<licine and Surgery 
presents all the advantages of a fully fur- 
nished and first class Medical School. ' The 
instruction is carried on mostly by lectures, 
and the students are enabled, by availing 
themselves of the advantages presented, to 
compose the theses and i)as8 the examina- 
tions which are to test their scholarship and 
prove th«?m worthy of graduating as Doctors 
of Medicine. 

The Department of Law is designed to 
present all the facilities that can l)e desired 
in a Law School of the higlu^at character. 

The D(igree of Civil Engineer is confem^d 
upon students who ])a88 the examinations 
in the School of Engine<Ting. 

The DvgTvo. of Baclu'lor of Arts is confer- 
red uiK)n students who comph.'t(» th(» CHassi- 
cal Course, and jjasa the examinations in the 
same. 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science is con- 
ferred u])on students who complete the Sci- 
entific Course, and pass the examinations in 
the same. 

The Degrees of Master of Arts and Master 
of Science are conferred, respt^ctively, VL\}on 
Bachelors of Arts and Bachelors of Science, 
acconling to thiji folloi^ing conditions : 

1. Tht' candidate must be a graduate 
either of this or of some other collegiate insti- 
tution empowered to confer degrees. 

2. He must j)ursu(^ at least two of the 
courfk^ for a year, designatiMl in a pro- 
gramme, published by the University. 

3. He must sustain an examination before 
the Faculty in at least three of the studies 
HO attende<l — the studies to be elected by th(^ 
candidate. 

4. Ho must present a thesis to the Faculty 

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on one of the subjects chosen for examina- 
tion. 

The second Degree may thus be obtained, 
on examination, one year after the first De- 
gree. 

The Master's Degree will also be conferred 
ujwn graduates of three years' standing, who 
shall have engaged, during that period, in 
professi<mal, or in literary and scientific 
studies. 

The above-described higher courses will 
not l)e restricted to graduates and candi- 
dates for the second Degrees, but will be 
open to all who shall give satisfactory evi- 
dence of ability to profit by them. 

The Degree of I)octor of Medicine is con- 
ferred on those who comply with the con- 
ditions of the Department of Medicine and 
Surgery. 

The Degree of Bachelor of Laws is con- 
ferred on those who comply with the condi- 
tions of the Department of Law. 

The University Library is finely arranged 
in the large room appropriated to it in the 
lower story of the Law Building, and con- 
tains now about twenty thousand books, all 
of which, having been purchased within a 
few years, are valuable. An appropriation 
of about a thousand dollars annually is made 
for its enlargement. 

The Law Library is in an upper room of the 
same building, and is open to students of 
the Jjaw Department, ten hours each work- 
ing day. under such regulations as make it 
a pleasant place, not only for consultation, 
but regular study. 

" The Christian Library Association of the 
University of Michigan," is a Society organ- 
ized for the purpose of procuring, by dona- 
tion and purchase, a Free Circulating Libra- 
ry of moral and religious works. Its affairs 
are managed by a Board of Directors, of 
which the President of the University is 
President ; two Directors are chosen by the 
Board of Regents ; three by the Faculties ; 
two by the Students' Christian Association ; 
and two by the Christian Library Associa- 
tion, from persons not connected with the 
University. It has already procured a few 
excellent books, which occupy a place speci- 
ally appropriated to them in tne General 
Library, and is open to all members of the 
University. 

The Astronomical Observatoiy, a donation 
of citizens of Detroit, is situated half a mile 
from the Univt?rsity ground, in Ann Arbor, 
on a hill 150 feet above the Huron River. 
The building consists of a main i»art, with a 
movable dome 21 feet in diameter, and two 
wings, one of which contains the rooms for 
the observer, while in the other is mounted 
the 8i>lendid Meridian-Circle presented by 
H. N. Walker, Esq., of Detroit. This instru- 
ment, one of the largest and best of its kind, 
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was imported from Berlin. The focal length 
of it8 t«le8co])C is eight and a half feet, and 
the clear aperture of the object-glass is six 
and a half inches. It is furnish^ with two 
circles, a little more than three feet in diam- 
eter, and each circle is provided with four 
microscopes, by which the divisions of the 
circle can be read as near as one-tenth of a 
second. The same room contains a siderial 
clock, made by Tiede, in Berlin, and two 
collimators, north and south from the Meri- 
dian-Circle, for the determination of the 
error of collimation. The west wing con- 
tains a Chronograph, with Bond's new isody- 
namic escapement, for riTording ol>8erva- 
tions by the electro-magnetic method. In 
the dome is mounted a large refracting tel- 
escope, with an object-class thirteen inches 
in diameter, amstructed by the late Henrj- 
Fitz, of New York. The ^H-rformance of t hfs 
instrument is entirely satisfactory, and ranks 
it amon^ the lM»st and largest in the world. 
The I niversity Museum embraces the fol- 
lowing valuable collections, illustrative of 



to contain over 7,000 distinct entries and 
26,000 specimens. 

8. A very large Z^logical Collectkni, oqd- 
sisting of : 

Ist. A complete suit of the Birds which 
visit Michigan, with most of the Maninals 
of the State ; a nearly complete series of the 
Reptiles found east of the Rocky Mountains; 
two thousand sjxjcies of Molhmca, embracing 
all the land and fresh-water forms of the 
Northern and Western States, and a 00Il8lde^ 
able collection of Fishes and Eadiata. 

2d. The Trowbridge Collection. This if 
a series of 1,356 entries (8,000 specimens) in 
most of the classes of the Animal Kingdom, 
made bv Lieut. Trowbridge (late Professor 
in the tniversity) u}>on the Pacific coast, 
with numoroiu* additions from the interior 
and eastern i>ortions of tbe continent. It 
furnishes a very comi)lete illustration of the 
Fauna of North America, Tlie spedmens 
were all labelled at the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, and the Birds and Mammals were 
among the originals studied bv Prof. Baird 



Science, Art, History, Agriculture, and Eth- in his nn(H]ualed monograplis of those 
nology. 

I. Natural History. — 1. A choice col- 
lection of Minerals, embracing over six 
thousand specimens, ])rincipally Euroix'an. 
This collection was purchased of the late 
Baron Lederer, and is called the ** Lederer 
C'-ol lection." Also a rich collection of the 



Mineral S[)ecies of Michigan, including all 
the varieties of Cop])er Ore and Associated 
Minerals from the different localities of the 
I^ke Sujwrior district. This collection is 
I»artly the fruit of the State Geological Sur- 
vey, and partly the result of the subsequent 
labors of Pn)ft»ssor Douglass. 

2. The collections in Geology, consisting 
of: 

1st. The large and complete series of lith- 
ological and paWontological s])ecimens 
brought tojpether by the State Geological 
Surveys, of which about a hundred fossil 
species have already become the types of 
original descriptions. 



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classes. 

8d. Smith8«>nian Deposites. consisting of 
about 200 skins of binls from the Arctic 
zone, together with an extremely rare col- 
lection of the eggs of Arctic birds ; 204 
entries of marine shells from the Indo-Pad- 
fic, and nearly 2(K) entries of marine shells 
from CaiK* St. Lucas, Mazatlan, and Panama, 
labeled by Mr. P. P. Caqwnter ; and 81 
entries of Vnionidfp. 

4th. Miscellaneous Donations. 

The whole nunil)er of <*ntries in the Zoo- 
logical Cabinet is over 5.000, and the whole 
number of 8j)ecimenH not h^s than 18,000. 

4. A Botanic4il Collection, consisting of : 

1st. The plants of th<^ State, collectoii by 
the jmhlic surveys, and numlx»ring about 
1.174 sjK^cies, l,r)()0 entries. an<l 9,000 si)eci- 
mcns. 

2d. The Houghton Herbanium, collected 
by the late Proi*. Douglarss Houghton, M. D.. 
and recently presented to the University ,by 
his wi<low,*MrH. R. R. Richards. It connsts 



The White Collection, consisting of of 28 folio cases of dritnl and labelled plants 



1,018 distinct entries and about 6,000 speci- 
mens. Of this collection, 280 entries are 
crinoids, mostly carboniferous, constituting 
one of the finest represcntaticms in exist- 
ence, of that beautiful order. Two hundred 
and thirty-two siH.H.*ie8 in the collection are 
the tyi>es of original descriptions. 

8d. The Rominger Collection, embracing 
about 1,200 si)ecies fn)m the Mesozoic for- 
mations of central Euro}>o. 

4th. Smithsonian Deix)sites, consisting for 
the pres4»nt of a collection of foreign and 
domestic s{>eciinens of building stones. 

5th. Miscellaneous Donations. 

The entire (Geological Cabinet is estimated 



from various parts of the Uniti'd States, and 
is estimated to contain l.HOO s]>ecie8. 

8d. A collection of tnincher»ns of the dif- 
ferent varieties of wood growing in the 
United States. 

4th. A C4)llection of the needs of native 
plants. 

'J'he entire l^)tnnical Cabinet embraces 
probably 2,800 entri<»s and 14,(K)0 specimens. 

The (Geological, Zoological and Botanical 
Cabinets together, are estimated to contain 
about 14,800 separate entries and 58,000 
specimens. 

II. ETiixoLo(rV AND Rklk^. — Tlus de- 
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Dcy, coDtains various articles of domestic 
nd warlike use amon^ the North American 
Qdians, and the islanders of the South Paci- 
c ; and sundry relics and memorials of the 
nterpriscs of Peace as well as of our great 
^vil War, It seems eminently appropriate 
hat the University of Michigan should 
aake efforts to preserve memorials of the 
latJhre tribes so fast disappearing before the 
lajch of civilization ; and it is earnestly 
oped that this department of the Museum 
lay be deemed a suitable place of deposit 
JT any such relics in the possession of our 
itizens. 
Efforts are making to found in the Uni- 
eraity a collection illustrating the mate- 
ialfl, processes and products of agriculture 
nd horticulture. The nucleus of such a 
oUection already exists in, Ist. The 
k»tanical and Z(5ological Cabinets, and the 
abinet of Economical Geology ; 2d. A col- 
?ction of the seeds of cereals and other field 
nd garden crops ; 3d. An interesting col- 
?ction of textile fibres and various substi- 
ntes for cotton, received from the Depart- 
lent of Agriculture at Washington. 

III. The Fine Arts and History. — This 
rjlloction was commenced in the year 1855, 
nd at present comprises : 

1. A Gallery of Casts, in full size and in 
[xiuction, of the most valuable Ancient 
•tatucs and Busts. These were mainly ex- 
cuted at the Im])erial mo<leiing establish- 
lent of the Louvre, by Desachy, of Paris, 
nd by the Brothers Micheli, of Berlin. 

2. A Galler>' of more than two hundred 
tediictions and Models in terra cotta and 
ther materials. These represent the prin- 
ijal Statu(«. Portrait Busts, Vasci*, and 
ther Antiquities in the Museo Borlninico 
nd other Kuro])ean Museums. They were 
xecuted at Naples. 

3. A Galler\' of Engravings and Photo- 
raphic Views, execut(^d in Italy and Greece, 
lofitrating especially the Architectural and 
'culi)tural Remains of Ancient Rome, Pom- 
*»ii, Paestum, Athens and Corinth. 

4. The Horace White Collecticm of His- 
orical Medallions, comprining, 1st. Four 
iindrcd and fifty Cants from Antique Gems 
1 the Royal Muwaim at Berlin, illustrative 
f Ancient History ; 2<i. Over five hundred 
'nsts illustrative of Medioeval History and 
f the Renaissance Perirxl ; :kl. About five 
undred Medallion Portraits of I^eading 
'ersonagcs in McMieni History. These ])or- 
raits were derived from authentic sources, 
lid reduced with fidelity, and the whole 
^ore CAst by Eicliler, of Berlin. 

Not included with the al^)ve are sc^veral 
y\ne» of Mcxlern Busts and Reliefs by Thor- 
■aldsen, Canova, Powers, and others. 

IV. Anatomy and Materia Medica. — 
'be Anatrimical Museum has been selected 

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and prepared with direct reference to teach- 
ing. Although it is not deemed necessary 
to enumerate particularly its contents, a few 
may be named to indicate the character of 
the collection. 

Besides containing a number of Adult 
Skeletons, articulated and separate, of the 
most perfect description, there are prepara- 
tions illustrating its various stages of devel- 
opment and change, from its first rudiments 
of foetallife to extreme old age ; and a vari- 
ety of partial or complete skeletons of infe- 
rior animals, to exhibit its various modifica- 
tions. 

It contains, likewise, beautifully prepared 
Skulls and Teeth, to illustrate first and sec- 
ond dentition, and others showing many of 
the diseases to which they are su^ect. 

Various Arterial Preparations, complete 
and partial, afford good facilities for study- 
ing the vascular system. 

Several hundnxl Alchoholic Preparations 
of healthy and diseased structiires — human 
and com])arative — furnish important aid in 
illustrating Physiology ana Pathology ; 
while models in plaster and papier 
m/tche, with a valuable collection of 
Plates, Splints and Surgical Instruments, 
meet the wants of the more practical 
branches. 

An important addition to these means of 
illustration has recently been made by an 
importation from Europe of great beauty 
and value ; among whicli are a collection of 
lK)ncs of the head, disarticulated and mount- 
ed, and an extended collection of Wax 
Models, illustrftive of various anatomical 
and pathological conditions, including rep- 
resentations of the anatomy of the pelvis 
and its contents, of several varieties of her- 
nia, of specimens of small pox and the vac- 
cine disease, and of a large number of cases 
in opthalmic surgery, etc. 

The Department of the Museum illustra- 
tive of Materia Medica consists of a very 
comi)lete suit of Crude Organic Medicinal 
Substances, embracing between five and six 
hundred specimens, imjwrted from Paris, 
put up in beautiful glas8-C4)vered half-gallon 
jars, of uniform appearance, finely display- 
ed, arranged according to their order in 
Natural History, andlaWUed in both French 
and English ; besides al)out one thousand 
other s]>ecimens of Simj'le Mineral and Vege- 
table Substances and Pharmaceutical and 
OflicinalPreimrations. Active Principles, etc., 
arranged in groups convenient for study ; 
and altogether comjmsing a collection 
which, in amount, variety, and adaptedness 
to the pur])oses of instruction, it is confi- 
dently l)elieved is not equaled by any of a 
similar character, even in the older institu- 
tions in this country. 

Besides these actual specimens. Medical 
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Botany is illustrated by between one and 
two hundred large and finely-colored Plates, 
framed and glsi^d, and displayed for obser- 
vation. 

A full suit of Instruments used in Diseases 
of Females is dei^sited in the Museum, 
illustrating the Surgical processes required 
in this class of cases ; and the magnificent 
Portraits of Cutaneous Diseases, by Dr. 
Erasmus Wilson, and the no less useful col- 
lection by Dr. Robert Willis, illustrate very 
fully this department of Pathology. 

All the alx)ve collections are now arranged 
in connected Galleries, for the purpose of 
rendering them attractive, as well as acces- 
sible, both to students and visitors. The 
University thus affords a secure deposit for 
objects of value or curiosity, where they 
can be classified and exhibited to the best 
advantage, and be productive of the great- 
est amount of good. It it to be hoped, 
therefore, that the Museum will receive ac- 
cessions, not only through the direct action 
of the Board of Regents and of the Facul- 
ties, but also by donations from individuals, 
whether gradimtes or other friends of the 
Institution. Valuable donations of this kind 
have already been made. 

V. Expenses. — The only charges made by 
the University are : to residents in Michi- 
gan, an admission fee of ten dollars; to 
those who come from other States or coun- 
tries an admission fee of twenty-five dollars ; 
and to every student an annual payment of 
ten dollars. The admission fee is paid but 
once, and entitles the student to the privi- 
leges of ])ermanent memlKirship in any De- 
partment of the University. 

There are no dormitories and no commons 
connected with the University. Students 
obtain l>oard and lodging in private fami- 
lies. Many also board themselves in dubs. 

The following were the Officers of the Uni- 
versity in 1867 : 

Board of Re^fcnts — Rev. Erastus O. Haven, 
D. D., LL. D., ex o^cio President of the 
Board ; Thomas D. Gilbert, of Grand Rapids, 
and Thomas J. Joslin, of Fentonville, whose 
term of service expires in 18(58 ; Ilenry C. 
Knight, of Detroit, and^. Eastman John- 
scm, of Centreville, whoso term of service 
expires in 1870 ; James A. Sweezey, of 
Hastings, and Cyrus M. Stockwell, of Port 
Hunm, whose term of service expires in 
1872; Edward C. Walker, of Detroit, 
and George Willard, of Battle Creek, whose 
term of service expires in 1874. 

John II. Burleson. Secretary and Steward ; 
Donald Mclntyre, Treasurer, 

Board of F««^Ar«/<>r 1866-7— Rev. G.W. 
CowleH. of East Saginaw ; H. O. Hitchock, 
M. D., Hon. W. B. Williams, of Allegan. 



MEMBERS OF THE FACULTIES AND OTHER 
OFFICERS. 

Rev. Erastus O. Haven, D. D., LL. D., Pred- 
dont of the University, Professor of Rhe- 
tor! e and English Literature. 

Rev* tt-3orge P. Williams, LL. D., Professor 

of I*iiy8ics. 
^ Abrain Sager. M. A., M. D., Professor of Ob- 
6 tv tries and Diseases of Women and Chil- 

, dron, 

ifellas H. Douglass, M. A.. M. D., Professor of 
Chemistry, Mineralogy, Pharmacy and 
TiJsieology. 

MriseB (iunn, M. A., M. D., Professor of Sur- 

K*-'fy. 
Ziiva Pitcher, M. D., Emeritus Professor of 

rlie Itistitutes of Medicine and Obstetrics. 
J am eft R. Boise, M. A.. Prqfessor of the 

Greiik Language and Literature. 
^Almi/ji B. Pabner. M. A., M. D.. Professor of 

Pathology, the Practice of Medicine, and 
^ of Hygiene. 

iV lux antler Winchell, M. A., Professor of 
» Geology, Z^iology, and Botany, 
t^firydon L. Ford, M. A., M. D., Professor of 

Anatomy and Physiology. 
^Henry S. Frieze, M. A., Professor of the 

Latin Language and Literature. 
^Andrew D. White, M. A., Professor of His- 

De Volson Wood, C. E., M. A., Professor of 
Civil Engineering. 

Htm, -lames V. Campbell, Marshall Profes- 
w>r <4' Law. 

Hnii. <'liarles I. Walker, Kent Professor of 
Law, 

Hou. Thomas M. Cooley, Jay Professor of 
Ijaw, and I^ctuKjr on Constitutional Law 
and iSledical Juris])rudence. 

Jameg C. Watson, M. A., Professor of As- 
trfmomy and Director of the Observatory. 

Samuel Q. Armor, M. A., M. D., Professor of 
Inritkutes of Medicine and Materia Med- 
icft. 

Edward P. Evans, Ph. D., Professor of Mod- 
cm Languages and Literature. 

Iit*v. Lucius D. (Iiapin, M. A., Professor of 
Moral and Intellectual Philosophy. 

Edward Olney, M. A., Professor of Mathe- 
matics. 

Rev. jindrew Ten Brook, M. A., Librarian. 

WilUaru Lewitt, M. D., Demonstrator of 
Anatomy. 

Adam K. S])ence, M. A., Assistant Professor 

of f^reek and French. 
•Charles K. Adams, M. A., Assistant Profes- 
ior of History and Latin. 

Allen J. Curtis,'M. A., Assistant Professor of 

liheti^ric and Mathematics. 
-* Albert B. Prescott, M. 1)., Assistant Profes- 
sor of Chemistry and I^ecturer on Organic 
Ch*nnistry and Metallurg)-. 

William B.'Merrimau, Instructor in Mathe- 
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neering. M I 
Preston B. Rose, M. DV Assifltkuit in Analyt- 
ical Chemistry. 
WilliBin B. Ri^ng, Assistant in Analytical 
Qiemistiy. 

The whole number of students in 1867 
wag nearly 1,300. The number of Alumni 
in the Department of Literature, Science 
ind Arts was 571 ; in the Department of 
Hvididne 570, and in the Department of 
Uw420. Total 1,561. 

The Boll of Honor, consisting of those 
nmnected with the University who have 
lerved in the army and navy during the 
late war. embraces more than 1,500 names. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Jfo|f9r — Oliver M. Martin 

Beeorder-^. B. Grant. y 

2Vf4i*iirer— James B. Gott.v / 

(% AUarn^—RolK^n E. Frazer./ 

Marshal — W. J. Loomis. • 

GAUcU/r—ChATlcB H. Manley.v 

Street Comniittsioner — John Weitbrecht. 

Aldermen, Ist Ward — James B. Goti, 

Charles B. Thompson ; M TTtf rdj-Augustus 

Widcnman, Bradley F. Grangoiir3JTKar(f— 

Wm, H. Besimer, A. A. Grogoryif 4<A Ward 

—Lyman R. Slawson,^. A. Voltz ; ^th 

Varvf— Geo H. RhodesfErastus Le Suer. 

8upeni§ora, 1st and M TTarel^— Samuel 

Urinon ; Zd, ^h and 5<A rFar(2«— James 

Ifcliahon. 

huHeet of the Pea<;6— Churchill H. Van 
Cleve, ftivid T. McCollum, James M. Wil- 
eoionJIWiUiam F. Roth. 
C»*ieaW»— Charles Boylan, William Cos- 
grove, Thomas Haskins, John Keenan, 
Nathan H. Pierce. 
Fire IkpartineiU— Chief En ffineer — Bradley 
F. Granger./^ 

COUNTY OFFICERS. ^• 

MgeofPrcbate — Hiram J. Beakes.^ 
Otmnty Clerk— John I. Thomi)8on. 
RtgitUr of Deeds — Clinton Siiencer. 
TTttUtfrtfr— John W. Babbitt.V^ 
film/— Byron R. Porter. 
Pr^seeuHng Attorneu — Robert E. Frazer.' 
^rteuor — Charles Woodard 

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lor, Charles Holmi«, Jr, 
Cmmers — George H. Rhodi 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

President — John M. Wlieeler. 

Sceretary — Henry D. Bennett. 

Treasurer — Philip Bach. ^ 

7Vtiite^#—Ebenezer Wells. Patrick J)ono- 
nn. C. B. Cook, C. H. Richmond/C. B. 
Grant, ^Tiedon.v 

Bvpenntendent PMic Schools— Vn^h W. 
Uwton. 

Th€ Misses Cork's Female Institute— MiiBa 



CHURCHES. 

Ist Congregational — Comer of Washington 
and Fifth streets, Rev. A. E. Baldwin, 
pastor. 

£^nsc<^pal — Division street, between Catha- 
rine and Bowery, Rev. G. D. Gillespie, 
rector. 

Methodist Episcopal — Comer State and Hu- 
ron streets. Rev. H. S. White, pastor. 

Prefi>jfterian Church— CoTner of Huron and 
Division streets, Rev. Dr. Torrey, pastor. 

Oennan Lutheran — Comer of Wasnington 
and First streets. Rev. F. Schmidt, pa«^<^r.«^ 

Methodist {German) — CV)mer of Liberty and 
Division streets. Rev. H. Brown, pastor. 

St. Thojnas (Catholic) — North street, between 
State and Division, Rev. Thomas CuUen, 
pastor. 

Baptist — Catharine street. Rev. N. S. Bur- 
ton, pastor. 

Unitarian — Court House, Rev. Brig- 
ham, pastor. 

Colored Church {Baptist.) 

Colored Church (Methodist)— Hcy. M. Fas- 
sett, pastor. 

PUBLIC HALLS. 

Hangsterfer'S'HaU— (42x75, 18 feet high,)v^ 
south-west comer Main and Washington 
streets. 

Firemen*s ffaU — Comer of Huron and 
Fifth streets. 

Agricultural Ilall — Junction of Fourth 
and Detroit streets. 

Krause's Ilall — 46 South Main street. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Michigan Argus — Published every Friday 
morning, cor. Main and Huron streets, by 
Elihu B. Pond, editor and proprietor. 
(Di?mocratic.) 

Michigan State News — Published every 
Tuesday morning, on Ilunm strt^t, by Lor- 
enzo Davis, editor and pn)prietor. (Repub- 
lican.) 

Peninsular Courier — Published every 
Tuesday morning, at 39 N. Main, by A. W. 
.Cliase, editor and projmetor. (Reiuiblican.) 

Ajm Arbor Journal — PublishtHi evt'ry 
Wednesday mominc:, on cor. of Main and 



QrenU Court Commissioners-^. G. Tay» Huron, by Seaman & Cole, editors and pro- 



MaryH. Clark, Principal. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS* &C., 21 1 JEFF. AVE., DETROIT. 



prietors. (Republican.) 

SOCIETIES. 

Golden Rule Lodge, No. 159, F. and A. 
M. — Meets Thursday, on or li<;fore the full 
moon, at Masonic Hall, on Main. 

Ann Arbor Lodge, No. 85, F. and A. M. 
— ^Me^fl Wednesday evening before each 
full moon, at Masonic Hall, on Main. 

Ajin Arbor Chapter, No. 6, F. and A. 
M. — Meets Wednesday evening befonj each 
full moon, at Masonic Hall. 

Washtenatf^ Lodge, No. 9, /. 0. of 0. F— 
Meet every Friday evening at Odd Fellow's 
Hall, on Main. 

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Washtenaw Encampment, No. 7, /. 0. of 
0, Fy — Meets on first and third Fridays in 
each month at Odd Fellow's Hall, on Main. 

Young Men's Literary Association — Meets 
every Thursday evening in Court House. 

Christian Association, Michigan Unitersi- 
ty—l. N. Elwood, President ; J. C. Freeman, 
Secretary. 

Washtenaw Agricultural and Eorticultu- 
ral Society — Annual fairs are held in Octo- 
ber, at the society's grounds, near Universi- 
ty buildings. 

ANN ARBOR GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

Organized April 2. 1858. Capital, $30,000. 
Office at Dean & Co.'s, on Main street, works 
near railroad depot. Charles Tripp, Pres. ; 
James Clements, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Iilat of Professions, Trades, etc. 
*^Allaby, Wm., boots and shoes, 36 S. Main, 
/ftimes, Albcft W., newsdealer and -stationer, 
7 E. Huron. 
Ambrose, G. W., lawyer, 32 Huron. 

Ann Arbor Business College. 



A. C. Parsons, A. M., President, 
Ann Arbor Flouring Mills, near M. C. R. R 

dcix)t. 
Aray, J. W., barber, 10 Huron. 
Arksey, Nicholas, carriage manufacturer, 

Detroit. 
Ashley, H. J., auctioneer, Exchange block. 
vBach, Philip, dry goods, cor. Main and 

Washington. 

* Banfield, H., shoemaker, 25 N. Main. 
Beahan, Richard, lawyer and iwstmaster, 

13 S. Main. 

* BE AJj, R. A., Sui>erintendent Ann Arbor Tra- 

ding Association, general store, cor. Main 
and Ann. 
Beutler & Traver, gunsmiths, cor. S. Main 

and Washington. 
Behr, Cliarles, grocer and saloon, 84 S. Main. 
Bell & IlendricKson (Andrew Bell and Sam- 
uel Heudrickson), grocers, 2 Washington. 
Benham, Samuel, cigars and tobacco, 12 N. 
Main. 
N BESIMER & BRO., billiard saloon, Huron. 
. Binder, Henry G., billiard saloon, 50 S. Main. 
Birk, A., soap and candles. Main. 
Blit»s & Hill tCahin Bliss and Alva HiU), 

watches and jewelry. 11 S. Main. 
Bennett, William J., bakery and fl(»ur store, 
/ Fifth. 

^yower, Henrj'. drj' goods, 10 N. Main. 
VBrakey, W. F., physician, 30 Huron. 
Brehm, Peter, brewery, W. Fourth. 
Bross, Jacob F., wagon maker. Main. 
Brown, Michael, wagon maker, Liberty. 
.Buehler, A., saloon, 22 Washington. 
J Burleson, John H., general insurance agent. 
Carson, Mrs. E. A., milliner and dress maker, 
I 17 S. Main. 

^ Cha8t\ Dr. A. W., printing .and publishing 
house, 39 N. Main. 



ANN ARBOR BUSINESS COLLE&E 

A. C. Parsons. A. M., President. 

Hon. T. M. Cooley, Professor of Law ii 
University of Michigan, Lecturer on C^om 
mercial law. 

L. H. Gage, Principal of Businem Depart 
ment. 

G. M. Devlin, Principal of Theory Depart 
ment. 

F. L. Mathews, Principal of Chirographu 
Department, and instructor in business cor 
respondence. 

A. Parsons, Jr., City Operator, superinten- 
dent of tclegra])hic de])artment. 

CHRISTMAN, PAUL, dealer in stoves, tin- 
ware, etc., 38 S. Main. 

Clancy, John, general store, 4 E. Huron. 

Clair, John, saloon, Ann. 

Clark, Cliarlea G., insurance agent, 2 Hu- 
ron. 

Clark, Martin, baker, grocer and confec- 

/ tioner, 39 Main. 



S. Main. X^lement§, James, gas engineer, con* 



tractor for the erection of gas works, and 

dealer in cast and wrought iron pipe for 

steam, water and gas. 

Cole, pottery. 

Cole, N. B., boots and shoes, 6 N. Main. 
CoUamer & Bro., refreshment saloon, Ann. 
C<x)k, Elijah, hotel, Broadway. 
Cook, Solon, proimetor Cook's Hotel, cor. E. 

Huron and Fourth. 
Copeland, Eduin R., agent Grover & Baker 

sewing machine, 59 Main. 
Corson, James R., books and stationery, 2$ 

N. Main. 
Coyle, Luke, general store, Ann. 
Cowley, J., eating saloon, near depot. 
(Jrouse, Henry, tannery. 
Curtis. Delos, agricultural implements, 
M Huron. 
^>avi8, Lorenzo, propr. Mich. State Newn 

Huron. / 

^oan & Co.^(Sodgwick ana Henry 8. Dean)^ 

house furnishing goods, crockery, glasi 
» ware, &c., 30 S. Main. 
^eForost, lumber and commission merchant. 

plaster, &c,, Detroit. 
Diehl's Uotol, near depot, Detroit. 
Dickinson, 11. K. & Co. (Horace K. Dickin- ; 

son and M. L. Shults), clothing, 25 Main. 
DietiTlo, Adam, cooper, Libertv. 5 

DONNELLY, J. & P., groceries, orockeiTj 

glassware and liquors, at wholesale, 12 B| 

Huron. l 

Donovan, P.. dry goods, Broadway. 1 

Dotv, A. M., b<K)t8 tuid shoes, Broadway. ^ 
DRAKE, NATHAN H., restaurant. «• 

Huron. 
Duvall. Anthony F., harness maker, Ann. 
Earl, Thomas, general store, 9 N. Main. 
Eberbach & Co., druggists. Main. 



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Eccles, Thomas, billiard saloon, 11 N. Main. 
Elsie, John, marble dealer, cor. Detroit and 

Catharine. 
EMMINGER & BRO. (Leopold and An- 

selm), manafacturers and dealers in cut- 
lery and fancy goods, 7 Huron. 
Faldeman. Robert, clothing, Detroit, 
/^awtle, Cliarles, dry goods and millinery, 19 

S. Main. j 

FELC^H & GRANT (Hon. Alpheus^olch 

and Claudius B. Grant), lawyers, comer 

"Huron and Fourth. 
Fenton, William, boot and shoe maker, 

Huron. 
Finegan, John, agricultural implements, &c. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

of Ann Arbor— E. Wells, President ; J. WV 

Knight, Cashier ; 32 S. Main. 
Flannery, R., saUnm, 35 Main. 
Fohoy, William, wafpon maker, Detroit. 
Eraser, Robert E.,^pro8ecuting attorney, 

Exchange block. Main. 
Gardner, Albert, grocer, cor. Liberty and 

Second. 
Gerner, John, grocer and confectioner, 49 

Main. 
GILBERT, G. A. & CO. (Geo. A. Gilbert and 
^iiklward H. Gilbert), merchant tailors, cor. 

Main and Huron. 
Gilmore, L. B^A Co., booksellers, 4 N. Main. 
GOETZ, J. R.Tsafoon and restaurant,Detroit. 
Gott, James B.^lawyer, 14 Huron. 
Gott, John Ni|/l)ounty and claim agent, 14 

Huron. 
Gould, John M., ]>roduce dealer and saloon, 

Ann. / 

GREGORY HOUSE, E. M. Gregory .>ro 

prietor, cor. Main and Huron. 
Grenville & Fuller (George (irenville and 

John T. Ffriler), druggists, 5 S. Main. 
Gaiterman,^. & Ct). (M. Gultennan and 8. 

Sandheim), clothing, 9 S. Main. 
Gwinner, C. F.,^meat market, 16 Washing- 
ton. 
Owinner, Jacob, salofm, 20 Washington. 
GWINNER & GARTNER (Albert Gwinner 

and George Gartner), confectionery and 

dining hall 32 S. Main. 
Haarer, John/photographer, cor. Main and 

Liberty. 
Haas, Thomas, beer saloon, 8 Catharine. 
HALL. AUGUSTUS R., grocer and baker, 

23 N. Main. 
Hall & Wicks (Edmimd F. Hall and Rufus 

B. Wicks), grocers and agents Phojnix 

Oil Co., Ann. 
•» Haller, Jacob,Avatchmaker, 22 Huron. 
Hanglin, J.& Brother (Joseph and Edward), 

tobacconists, 10 Huron. 
^ Hangsterfei? Jacob, wmfectioner and saloon, 

Main. 
Haviland & Rhodes, machine sho]), Broad- 
way. 
Hawkins, O., lawyer, cor. Fourth and Ann. 



Heinrich, John, Kossuth House, Fifth. 
Heinzman, John, tannery, West Third. 
Henderson, John S., grocer and produce 

dealer, 29 Main. 
Henion & Gott,(S. N. Henion and J. B.Gott), 

dry goods and carpets, comer Main and 

Huron, y 
Henning^., produce, &c., Detroit. 
Herz, A., grocer, Broadway. 
Hoban & Toban (Lawrence F. Hoban and 

James W. Toban), groceries, Ann. 
Hoffstler,. John, grocer, 20 Washington. 
Holmes, William D., pictures, frames, sew- 
ing machines, &c., 32 Huron. 
Hooper, F. B., brewery, cor. State and Fuller. 
Horn & Rowe, (C. A. Horn and W. F. Rowe), 

tobacconists, 7 E. Huron. 
Huett, Thomas L., fish and vegetables, Ann. 
Hulin. G.yfoundry, Broadway. 
Hunt, F. (4., physician (hom.), 29 Main. 
Hunt, John W., hardware. Main. 
Huss, George, boots and shoes. Liberty. 
-iHutzel & Co. (Augustus Hutzel, Emanuel 

Mann and Chiistian Eberbach), groceries, 

]mints, oils, &c.. Main. 
Jackson, J. B., physician, comer Main and 
, Huron^ 

•Jacksony Walter H., dentist, Huron. 
Jedele, M., shoemaker, Washington. 
Jennings, William, merchant tailor, 8 S. 

Main. 
Jonter& Mayer (Christian Jenter and Daniel 



Mayer), cabinet makers. Liberty. ^ 
>^ohnson & Pierson (Elias J; Johnsoxrand 

Isaac S. Pierson), hats, caps and furs, 7 S. 

Main. 
Jones, Alanson, blacksmith, Liberty. 
Jones, Mrs., millinery, 13 N. Main. 
siKeck, John, cabinet and coffin ware-room, 

27 Washington. 
Keenan, Mrs. M. T., millinery, 5 N. Main. 
Kelly and Goodell (O. A. KeUy and Roswell 

Goodell), grocers, 13 E. Huron. 
Kemey, Mickall, saloon, 31 Fourth. 

y^ing, J. R.^lacksmith, (/atharine. 
^ing, Z. P.T general insurance agent, 5 S. 
Main. 

Kitsuu, Charles, saloon, 37 N. Main. 
k'lLrtliise, Henry, leather and findings 
store, 48 S. Main, and tannery W. Second. 

Laubengayer, Gottlob, agricultural impli- 
ments, Lilierty. 

Lawson, Wurster & Ellis (Joseph W. Law- 
son, Frederick Wurster ana Joseph J. 
Ellis), wagon and blacksmith shop, 25 
Fourth. 

LeClear & Roblion (Albert A. Le- 
ClearandWm. H. Robison), photograph- 
ers, 30 Huron. 

LeSeur, E. & Son, livery stable, Huron. 

Lewis & Jones (J. B. Lewis and John Jones), 
oyster and eating saloon, 3 E. Huron. 

Lodholz, G., bakery, Broadway. 

Ijoeb, A. & C, clothing, 8 Huron. 



DEALERS IN TRUNKS, &0., 311 JEFF. AVE., DETROIT. (SeePigeeo.) 



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London & Hall, restaurant, cor. Main and 
Ann. 

Loomis & Tibbals (D. J. Loomis and 11. E. 
Tibbals), produco and commission mer- 
chants, Huron. 

Loring, B. & Co., meat market, Ann. 

Luca8 & Berrv, barbers, 37 N. Main. 

LUTZ. aEOHCiE F., billiard saloon, 40 S. 
Main. 
/Mack & Schmid (Christian Mack and Fred- 
eric Sclimid), dry goods and general store, 

/ 54 S. Main, 
i^artin, Oliver M., cabinet and coffin ware- 
rooms, 38 Main. 

Mast, G., boot and shoe maker, 4 Washing- 
ton. 



/Mathews, Roger, meat market, Ann. 
>iMavnard, J, ~ * 



Paul, W., meat market, 24 Huron. 
./Polhemus, Jacob, livery stable, AniL 
^ PEASE & FLEMMING, (Galiuha J. Pewe 
and Ekiward Flemming), haidwarep stovei 
and tin ware, 44 Main. 
- Pond, Elihu B., editor and proprietor Michi- 
gan Argus, ci)T. Main and Huron. 
Pyiwr, Miss J., milliner, Main. 
Quinu, Patrick W., tailor. Fourth. 
Rau8enl>erger, John, cabinet maker and 

wood turner. Liberty. 
Rayer & Langabeyer.'meat market. 18 Hu- 
ron. 
Keinhardt, John M., boots and shoes, 42 S. 

Main. 
Rein[)er & Diehl, ( Adolph Remper and Chris- 
Diehl), hats, caps and furs, 15 S. 



tian 
U., dry goods and groceries. 7 \j Main. 
N. Main. f Rettich, Frederic, saloon, 1 Washington. 

Mclntyre, Daniel, banker, north end of I Rcule, Andrt»w, tailor, 28 Washington. 
coimty building. I Reyer. John, City Brewery. First. 

McMalion & Easton (James McMahon and llica, B. F. & (V>. (Benjamin F. Rice and 
Charles Easton), grist mill and tiour and | Charles W. Wilcox), boots and dhoes, 4 
feed store, Ann. / (Gregory block, Huron. 

Merkle & Co., leather, hides and shoe find- ^jRicliduion, C. II.. cor. Fourth and Ann. 
ings, 30 S. Main, also tanners, west sidei|RISDOX, LEWIS C., general hardware, 
of city. stoves, etc., 31 Main. 

>Aiiller, Cliauncy H., dry goods and groco- , Robinson & Bro.,(Ro8well and Horace), meat 



ries. Main. 

''Miller, Jolm F„ & Co., booksellers and 
agents of Merchants, Union Express Co., 
8 N. Main. 

Miller & Reyer, manufacturer of carriages, 
and bent work, etc., Detroit. 

Miller & Webster (John F. Miller and Ste- 
phen M. Webster), bankers, Huron. 

MUler, William, house and sign painter, 
Ann. 

Mills, A. P. & Co., produce and wool deal- 
ers, G X. Main. 

Mills, L., tailor, 5 N. Main, up stairs. 

Mogk, <ieo. C, saloon, Liberty. 

MONITOR HOUSE, S. E. Whipple, propri- 
etor, cor. Huron and Second. 



market, Huron. 

Roljerts, Cook & Co. (Edward Roberts, 
George W. Cook and Byron Green) bil- 
liard and eating saloon. 

Rube, George, dyer, S<wond. 

Rovs, J. H., wood turning and jobbing t^op, 
Fifth. 

Ryan, Miss C, dressmaker, 11 Huron. 

Sage, J. R.. teacher of music, 46 S. Main. 

Siaundom, W. W., grocer, Broadway. 

Schaeberle A., harness maker. Liberty. 
i Schlotterbeck, Herman, confectioner, Main. 
I Sclmoider, John, wagon and blackamith- 

shop, Second. 
I Seaman & Cole (E. C. Seaman and J. M. 
Cole), editors and proprietors of Ann Ar- 



Morgan, E. W., lawyer. Fourth. j/ bor Journal, cor. Main and Huron. 

.Muhlig, F., cabinet maker and undertaker.V Sessions & Cramer (J. Q. A. Sessions and 

37 Main. Densmore Cramer), lawyers, Huron. 

Murray Michael, composition roofer. i Sherman, J., grocer. 

Noble, Rider A Utoore (Lawrence ^Sibley & Son (John F. and Henry), meat 

Noble, Charles Rider, Alanson Moore and market, 85 Main. 

Homer P. Finley), boots and shoes, 2 E. Simons, Jamc^s, barber, 2 Huron. 



Huron 

North, G. W., dentist, 19 S. Main. 
Nye, Nelson B., livery stable, cor Main and 

Catharine. 
O'Brock, J. D., veternarv surgeon, Detroit. 
O'Uara, Willkm, dry goods, etc., 5 N. Main. 
O'Rourk, M., tailor, Main. 
Palmerter, N. C, boots and shoes, 82 Huwm. 
PARSONS, A. C, President Ann Arbor 

Commercial College, Main. 



Sinclair &*Swaihel, proprietors of Sinclair's 
Mills, near R. R. depot. 

SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., Suth- 
erland & VVhedon agents, Huron. 

Slawton & Son (Luman R. and Edward R.), 
greceries and cnK!kery, 16 Hurcm. 

Smith, Allwrt, clothing, 17 S. Main. 

Smith, A. J., boots, shoes and groceries, 83 
Main. 

Smith, Bernard, billiard room, 29 Fourth. 



Patridge, , steam saw and planing mill. [4Smith, Dr. W. B., druggist and physician, 

Pattridge & Laflfroy (A. H. Pattridge and A. j 15 N. Main. 
Laffrey), manufacturers and dealers in ; Snover & Bedford (Aaron Snover and John 
furniture, cor. Fifth and Detroit. ' Bedford), groceries and crockery, 30 Huron. 

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Woorg, Frederic, house and sign painter, 26 

. Washington, 
'^pafford & Dodslej, cooper shop, Fifth. 
Spier. John, Blacksmith, Second. 
^}N>or. Charles, harness maker. 48 S. Main. 
Stanley, M. C. photographer, 14 Huron. 
STEWART, L. B. & Co. (L. B. Stewart. A. 
J. Sutherland and W. W. Whedon), 
crockery, glassware, groceries, etc., 13 S. 
Main. 
Stoddanl, Charles B., dentist. 30 Huron, 
udworth, D. B., dentist, 6 Huron. 



^INES & WORDEN (William W. Wines 
- and Charles H. Worden), dry goods and 

W groceries. Main, 
oodruff, F., homcepathic physician, 52 
Huron. 
Zachman, X., meat market, Detroit. 



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SUTHERLAND & WHEDON (Andrew 
J. Sutherland and William W. Whedon), 
real estate brokers and commission, fire, 
life and accident insurance agents, Hu- 
n>n. 

Swartwout & Karburg, blacksmiths, Cath- 
arine. 

Taylor. S. G., lawyer, S. Main. 

Teats, Herman, barber, Huron. 

Thompson. John J., ixistmaster, Huron. 

Tomlinson & Bent, woolen factory. 

THOMPSON & SMITH (C. R. Smith and 
Wellington D. Smith), hats caps and furs, 
5 E. Huron. 

TRIPP, AILES & PRICE (Charles Tripp, 
Robert K. Ailes and Robert J. Price), 
foundry and machine shop, Huron. 

Truair, J. L. eating saloon, 6 N. Main. 

Vande walker, Ed., boot and shoe maker, 
Main. 
- ^ Valiand, Jacob, harness maker, also lime 
dealer and brickyard. 

Voltz, G., brewery, Broadway. 

Wagner, John, blacksmith, Washington. 

WAGNER, WILLIAM, merchant tailor, 21 
Main. 

Walker, T., meat market, Broadway. 

Walsh & O'Hearn, grocers, Detroit. 

WARNER, CORSON & CO. (Hurlburt H. 
Warner, John Corson and Arthur Corson), 

/hardware, Huron. / , 

yC^atts, J. C. & Bro. (aoseph C. andyBenja- 
min F.), watches and jewelry. Main. 

Weienet, Daniel, grocery and saloon, Fourth. 
wWeil, J. & Bros (Jacob, Leopold. Marcus, 
Moses and Solomon), tanners and dealers 
in leather, hides and pelts, Huron. 

Weinmann & Gall, meat market, 31 Wash- 
s ington. 
V Wells, Ebenezer, physician, 13 S. Main. 

White, Thomas, insurance agent, 2 Huron. 

Wheeler, Goodale & Henley, bakers and 
groc^jrs, 6 Washington. 

l¥ideninan & Schuh (Augustus Wid- 
enman andVjacob Schuh), hardware, cor. 
Main and Washington. 

AVillard, Misses, millinery, 25. Main. 
jU^illcoxson, James M., justice of the peace, 
Huron. 

Wines, Mallory & Douglass, planing mill 
and sash and blind factory, Fifth. 



ANTRIM. 
A township and i)ost village of Shiawassee 
county, situated on Looking Glass river, 26 
miles cast from Lansing, and 50 miles north- 
west from Detroit. 



ANTWERP. 
A township of Van Buren county, on the 
Michigan Central Railroad, 155 miles south- 
west from Detroit, containing the post vil- 
lages of Lawton and Mattawan. Soil gener- 
ally light and sandy. Population, about 
2,500. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — J. J. Woodman. 
C7€rA;— Lyman C. Fitch. 
Treasurer — N. B. Rowe. 



ARBELA. 
A township of Tuscola county, having ex- 
cellent farming land and heavily timbered. 

ARCADIA. 
A township in Lapeer county, situated in 
the centre part of the county, containing 
250 inhabitants. Mail matter designed for 
this town is sent to Lapeer. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICBBS. 

Superoisor — John B. Wilson. 
Clerh—QumvLol Fitch. 



ARO-ENTINE. 
A township and post village in the coontj 
of Genesee, situatea four miles west of Lin- 
den station, on the Detroit and Milwaukee 
Railroad, and 55 miles north-west from De- 
troit. It contains one flouring and one saw- 
mill, and several mechanic shops. There is 
a large water power in the village. The 
country around is covered with oak open- 
ings, and well adapted to raising wheat. 
Population, about 1.200. It has a daily 
mail. Postmaster — Beach G. Whitney. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — John B. Cochrane. 

Clerk — Binsley Stevens. 

jTre^isfirer — Jeremiah W. Sherwood. 

Iilst of Proltosalons, Trades, etc. 

Bradley, Franklin, hotel, and justice of the 

l)eace. 
Bishop & Brother, flouring mill. 
Brooks, David, justice of the peace. 
Briton, Richard, dry goods, etc. 
Cale, John, blacksmith. 



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Cummings, Mathias, justice of the peace. 

Ciiddings, Hiram, carpenter. 

Gore, Stephen, carpenter. 

Green, Charles B., boot and shoe maker. 

Griffin, C. J., boot and shoe maker. 

Harper, William, physician. 

Holdredgo, Ira C, blacksmith. 

Howley, Warren, carriage maker. 

Jonnin^B, Stephen, cooper. 

Lobdell, Thomas & Co., blacksmiths. 

Murray & Every (James H. Murray and 
Jndson Every), saw-mill. 

Murray, John, news dealer.. 

Sutherland, George G., machinist and car- 
riage maker. 

Tallman, Jacob, cooper. 

WIXON, ISAAC, physician. 



ARLAND. 
A post-office of Jackson county, one and 
a-half miles from Rives' Junction, on the 
Jackson and Lansing Railroad. Has one 
church (Methodist). Nearest shipping point, 
Jackson. 

Ijist of ProflDssloiia, TimdeSy etc. 
Bolton, George, hotel. 
Higby, N. L., physician. 
Harker, Seth, cooper. 
Looniis, Amasa D., cooper. 
Mother, Elias, shoemaker. 
Parks, Samuel, blacksmith. 
Southworth, John C, grocer. 
Sprague, A. D., insurance agent. 
Tine, George, carpenter. 
Western, John, flour mill. 



ARLINGTON. 

A townshi]) and post-office in Van Burcn 

county, on the mail route from Paw Paw to 

South' Haven, 180 miles west of Detroit. It 

■ has a semi-weekly mail. Postmaster — 

George H. Colbum. 

ARMADA. 
A township and post village of Macomb 
county, nine miles from Now Baltimore 
station, on the (i^rand Trunk Railroad, 
which place is its nearest shipping point. 
It is 40 miles north of Detroit. It contains 
three churches, and a number of stores and 
mechanic shops. Population — township, 
1,600; vilUige, 400. PoHm(uter—Wm. H. 
Clark. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Snpervisar — George E. Buck. 
CUrk—J. W. Potter. 
Treasurer — Burton W. Seeley. 
Iilat of Proltosslonsy Trade*, etc. 

Baird, Rev. Robert, (Presbyterian). 
Baringcr, Nathaniel, hotel (Grant House). 
Beard^ley, S. T., physician. 
Curtis, Lyman, cabinet maker. 
Clark, Wm. H., general store. 



Hinchman, Theodore and JameB^ general 

store. 
Lathrop, Chas. A., general fltore. 
Lyon, Marcus, macminist. 
McDaniels, Floyd, mason. 
Seeley, Burton 'W., grocer. 
Smith, Cyrus, carriage-maker. 
Spencer. Horace, justice of the peaoo. 
Weirs, Michael R., hamess-niaker. 
Youngs, William, blacksmith. 



ASHLAND. 
A township and post village in Newaygo 
county, 160 miles from Detroit; one in£U 
per day. It contains a Methodist and Bap- 
tist church, and several mechanios' shops. 

ASH. 
A township of Monroe county, containinz 
the post villages of Newport, Grafton and 
Clark City, 28 miles south- west trom De- 
troit. Population, about 2.400. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supereisor — Edwin McCormick. 
Clerk — Frederick Neidermier. 
Trea&tircr — J. H. Francisco. 



ASSYRIA. 
A township and i>ost office of Barry coun- 
ty, 130 miles west of Detroit. It has heavy 
timber and an excellent soil. The town 
contains a Methodist church, three hotels, 
two saw mills, a store, a lodge of Good Tem- 
plars, and several mechanics' shops. Popu- 
lation, 1,000. Semi-weekly mail. Nearest 
8hipi)ing point, Battle Creek, on the Biich- 
igan Central Railroad. Postmatier — Geo. 
W. Foster. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Wm. H. Jewell. 



ATHENS. 
A township and ]x)st office in Calhoun * 
county, 20 miles south of Battle Creek, on 
the Michigan Central Railroad. Popular 
tion of t/)wnship, 1.100. Semi- weekly mail 
Poftifuutcr — S. S. Ware. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICRRS. 

Supertiftor — Jehiel Wisner. 
CUrk — C4eorgt» M. Kidder. 
Treasurer — William R. Walker. 

Iilst of Proltosiilons, Trades, etc. 

Allen, John K.. sutjh and blinds. 
Cave, Thomas, harness maker. 
Culp, Samuel R., gt^neral store. 
DeLap, Wm. H.,]3iy8ician. 
Duntiin, David, car[>onter. 
Ellsworth. Buel, teacher. 
Fuller, Willard L., shoemaker. 
Glyn, John, cari)enter. 
Holcomb, Matilda, milliner. 



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Hobart, Mahlon W., notary public and 

conveyancer. 
Ho^nbaogh, James, carpenter. 
Hitchcock, Ira E. & Co., general store. 
Johnson, ElzorC, turner. 
McHenry, Alexander, grist mill. 
Richet, William, carpenter. 
Rockwell, Nathan H., shoemaker. 
Rogers, S., shoemaker. 
Simons, Wm., saloon. 
Smith, John H., general store. 
Stupper, John, carpenter. 
Taylor, George, saw mill. 
Underwoon, Amasa, druggist. 
WARE, S. S., sash and blinds, grist and 

saw mill. 
Waterman, A. C, grist mill. 
Wisner, Jehiel, Justice of the Peacr. 
W^ells, Isaac E., druggist. 

ATLAS. 
A township and post office of Genesee 
county, 50 miles north-west of Detroit, and 
six miles from Grand Blanc, its nearest 
shipping point, on the Flint and Holly Rail- 
road. Population, 1,500. PoHmaster— 
Joshua K. Perry. 

ATTICA. 
A township of Lapeer county. Popula- 
tion, 900. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

8ti/neTvimr--D9.n\e\ West. 
C^ik— Oscar A. Williams. 



AUBURN. 
A village (post office discontinued) of 
Oakland county, Pontiac townsliip, three 
miles east of that city. This village was 
settled in 1820, and consequently is among 
the oldest ])Iaces in the State. It has an 
excellent water power, and previous to the 
opening of the Detroit and Milwaukee Rail- 
road it enjoyed considerable trade; but 
since the completion of the railroad, Ponti- 
ac has outstripped it, and taken the greater 
share of its trade. Post office address, Pon- 
tiac 

lilst of ProflDsslonSy Tradesy etc* 
Adams, Henrj' J., carpenter. 
Allen, John, mason. 
Austin, Anson, pump maker. 
Austin, Justus S.. flour dealer. 
Butler, Wells, cooper. 
Dodge Rev. David C. (Christian.) 
Dodge, Elizabeth C, milliner. 
Dunning, Warren, justice of the peace. 
Duvant, Samuel, blacksmith. 
King, Mrs. Mary, groceries. 
Martin, Rev. John, (Baptist.) 
Miller & Baylis, flour mill. 
Percy, Robert, shoemaker. 
Quartumass, Robert A., saw mill. 

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Ryckman. Harmon, carriage maker. 
Smith, Eugene T., physician. 
Smith, John J., hotel. 
Torrey, Charles, saw mill. 

AUCHVILLE. 
A small village of Tuscola county, on the 
eastern shore of Saginaw Bay. 

AUOUSTA. 
A post village of Ross township, Kalama- 
zoo county, on the Michigan Central Rail- 
road, 130 miles west from Detroit. The vil- 
lage has two churches, three hotels, two 

saw mills, a flouring mill and numerous 

tmdes and professions. Population, 500. 

Daily mail. Postmaster — C. W. Cock. 
Ijlat of ProDMsiona, Trades, etc* 

Anderson, Rev. J., (Congregational.) 

Bovie, William, physician and druggist. 

Bracoy, E., carpenter. 

Vroum, L. J., groceries and liquors, 
Webster. 

Brown & Webster (J. B. k A.), general store. 

Burdic, C, stave factory and planing mill. 

Cassey, J., shoemaker. 

Cassady, O'Neal, shoemaker. 

Cock & Thomas (Henry and Alfred), flour- 
ing mills. 

Cock, Charles W., insurance agent. 

Crane & Andrews (L. k C. W.), grocers. 

Dole, J., painter. 

Douglass, Richard, saw mill. 

Fisher, John H., physician. 

Ford, , general store. 

Griffin, E. W. & Co. (E. W. Griffin, H. F. 
Cock, A. Thomas and J. Phettaplace), Au- 
gusta Mills. 

Hale & Thomas (A. & J.), masons. 

Hall & Allen (H. D. & M. J.), dry goods. 

Hall, F. & G., carpenters. 

Havens, J. G., dentist. 

Hawes & Shotwell (H. C. & S. P.), boots and 
shoes. 

Kent & Hulett (C. S. and L.), hardware. 

Labar, Alanson, boots and shoes. 

Labar,Mr8., dress maker and tailoress. 

Labar, William, saloon. 

Lawton, Mrs. David, milliner. 

McCord, J. L., hotel. 

McElheniT & Batt (G. H. and L. D.), 
harness sho]). 

McKay, D. & C., carpenters. 

Meade & Harvey (J. and M.), blacksmiths 
and carriage makers. 

Page, M., painter. 

Rice, Mrs. R. A. tailon^ss and dress maker. 

Rice, Rev. (Methodist.) 

Saunders, N.. carpenter. 

Seeley. N., carpenter. 

Shurtleff, William, carpenter. 

Soper, F., blacksmith. 

Sprague, A., justice of the ])eace. 

Terry, H., marble shop. 
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Tompkins, C, livery stable. 

Thompson, A., mason. 

Wood & Co. (T. C. Wood and L. Q. Hale), 

general store. 
Wood & Pool (H. 8. and N. F.) blacksmiths. 

AURELIUS. 
A township and village of Ingham county, 
a little west of Mason station, on the Jack- 
son and Ijansing Railroad. It contains four 
churches, three stores, a hotel, also mills and 
mechanics' sho|)s. Nearest shipping point 
and express office, Mason. Population of 
township, 1,200; population of village, 300. 
four mails a week. Postinaffter — B. W. 
Stark. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor— A. J. Holly. 
CfsrkSaih Pease. 
Treasurer — Stephen Gillett. 
Iiint of Proltosslonsy Trades, etc. 

Austin, Melvin, general store. 
Bams, John A., justirx; of the peace. 
Col ton, Walter, justice of the peace. 
Cook, (Jeorge, saw mill. 
Davis Brothers, saw mill. 
Freeman, Henry, blacksmith. 
George, John, blacksmith. 
Ilounson, Isaac, mason. 
Huntley, George, carpenter. 
Marshall, Solomon. car|)enter. 
Mclntyre, Arthur, caqxjnter. 
Miller, William, justice of the peace. 

Mosher, Rev. . 

Norton, Hiram, saw mill. 
Potter, David, saw mill. 
Pratt, Darius, carpenter. 
Sawtell, Benjamin E., physician. 
SUirk, Byron W., general store. 
Tok-ss, Jehiel W., saw mill. 



AUSTERLITZ. 
A post village of Kent county, in the 
township of Plainfield, ten miles from Grand 
Rai>ids, its nearest express office and shii>- 
ping point. It contains one church, one ho- 
tel, one lodge of Good Templars, and two 
stores, besides mills and mechanics' shops. 
Population, 200. Daily mail. Postmaster 
— Charles H. Tracy. 

lilst of ProftoMslonsy Trmde«» etc. 

Barrows, Asahel, justice of the peac^. 

Crawfonl. James, justice of the peace. 

Curtis. Charles H., mason. 

Edwanls, Rev. T. M., (Methodist.) 

Evans, T. J., blacksmith. 

Friart, Thomas, druggist. 

Frost. Jerome B., blacksmith. 

(ioiiles. J. B., mason. 

Gray, Charles H., joiner. 

Hyser, William, druggist, physician and 

justice of the i>eace. 
Eonkle, Robert & Co., saw mill. 



Miller, Mrs. William H., milliner. 

Morris, James K., mason. 

Pelton, Channoey, general store. 

Pollock, John, saloon. 

Scott, William, boots and shoes. 

Ten Eyck, Joseph S., general store. 

Tubbs, Cornelius, mason. 

Wilson, Peter D., lawyer and justice of the 

l)eace. 
Wilson. George M., joiner. 
Wood, Rev. Robert, (Episeopal.) 



AUSTIN. 
A township of Sanilac county, containing 
a population of 300. 



AVERTS. 

A small post village and signal station on 

the Michigan Central Railioad, 208 miles 

from Detroit, and 76 miles from Chicago, in 

the townshij) of Three Oaks and county of 

Berrien, about 17 miles from Niles. It has 

a daily mail. Postmaster — Thomas Love. 
lilst of ProflDsslons, Tmdes, etc, 

Avery, Gilbert B., architect. 

Chester, John W., general store. 

Drew, Harvey L. lumber dealer. 

Fletcher, Hoag & Co., lumber dealers. 

Francis & Goit (Charles Francis and Ru- 
dolph B. Goit). flouring mill. 

Ijove, Thomas, steam raw mill. 

Love, Isaac & John, saw mill. 

Morley, Ambrose A., lumber dealer and saw 
mill. 

Sanlwrn. , turning shop. 

Sawyer, Silos, saw mill. 

Stewart, 11. N., brick maker. 

Stevens, Thomas M., lumber dealer. 

Wi»l)8ter, Albert G., saw mill. 

Wilcox & McCaman, steam saw mill. 



AVON. 
A thickly settled township of OaUand 
county, containing a population of 1,800. 
Supervisor — Albert Terry. 



BAINBRIDG-E. 
A township and ]K>st office of Berrien 
county, c<intuining a ]x)pulation of 1,000. 
Distance from Detroit, 180 miles, west. 



BALTIMORE. 
A township and ]M>st office of Barry 
ty. Population, 700. 



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BANGOR. 

A township and small |)08t ^nllage of Van 
Buren county, on th<.» stag<» route trom Paw 
Paw to South Haven, 190 miles west of De- 
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BANOOR. 

Jl village on the west bank of the 
r River, one mile below Bay City, 
ncipal biisincBH is manufacturing 
Post office address, Bay City. 

BARRY. 

rnship of Barry county, containing 
II post village of Hickory Corners. 



BARRYVILLE. 

\t village of Barry county, in the 
p of Castleton, on the Bellevue and 
s stage route, 155 miles west of De- 



BASE LAKE. 

ill post village of Washtenaw coun- 
le Huron river, 12 miles from Ann 
nd 45 from Detroit. 



BATAVIA. 
v'nship and jxwt office of Branch 
on the Michigan Southern and 
n Indiana railroad, 109 miles south- 
Detmit. Receives three mails jKjr 
Population, 1,200. Ship go(xls to 
er on M. S. & N. I. R. R. Postinas- 
lUiam Barnes. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

cUor — M. L. Tyler. 
—J. Campl)ell. 
urer — Randolph Bonney. 
of Prof^Mlons, Trades, etc. 

Marshall, justice of the peace. 

Rev. Randolph. (Congregational.) 
aff, Albert, carpenter. 
. Philo, saw mill. 
idney, carpenter. 
)avid M., saw mill, 
dwin, mason. 
A^ustin. mason. 
3at4^, iKiot and shoe maker. 
Jates P., mason, 
ft, James, hotel. 

>, Philander, justice of the peace. 
ST., j ustice of the peace, 
aid, Samuel, carpenter. 



BATH, 
uship and small \yo»i village in Clin- 
>nty, on the Amboy, Lansing and 
e Bay Railroad. It has three 
a. Free Will Baptist, United Breth- 
. Methodist, one hotel, three stores, 
km saw mill, and several mechanics' 
Population of township, 500 ; vil- 
Poftmnater — D. M. Knox. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

TMor — John M. Eastman. 
—Washington Youry. 
urer — Albert Watson. 



Iilst of ProAsslons^ Trades, etc. 

Cramer, Stephen, hotel. 

Fletcher, Isaac, boot and shoemaker. 

Knox, D. M., steam saw mill and justice of 

the peace. 
Norton, Rev. WiUiam R. (Baptist.) 
Randall, Levi, justice of the peace. 
Thompson, William, blacksmith. 
Trimble. R., carpenter. 
Woodman, Thomas J., justice of the peace. 

BATTLE CREEK. 
A township of Calhoun county, contain- 
ing a portion of the incorporated city of the 
same name. Population of the tovmship, 
exclusive of the city, 1,500. 



BATTLE CREEK 
Is an important city in the western part 
of Calhoun county, on the Michigan Central 
Railroad, at the coniiuonce of mttle creek 
with the Kalamazoo river. It is 120 miles 
from Detroit, 164 miles from Chicago, and 
18 miles from Marshall, the capital of Cal- 
houn county. The city is located in a 
highly cultivated and i)roductive section of 
the country, and enjoys an extensive repu- 
tation as a market for general produce. The 
Kalamazoo river furnisiies it with an excel- 
lent water power, which being pretty well 
imjiroved, gives the city importance as a 
manufacturing town. Among the most im- 
]x)rtaut manufactures here are those of 
dour, leather, plaster, cloths, agricultural 
implements, pumps and water pipe. Battle 
Creek has eight churches, throe union 
schools, two weekly newspapers, four hotels, 
about fifty stores, several banking houses 
and many mechanics and professional men. 
Its principal streets are paved, and adorned 
with elegant private residences. 

The place was first settled in 1832. It 
derives its name from a bloodless encounter 
between a U. S. surveyor and a number of 
Indians, in which the redskins are said to 
have got the worst of it. The Michigan 
Central Railroad was completed to this 
lK)int in 1849, and the event constitutes a 
marked epoch in its liistory. In 1859 it ob- 
tained a city charter. Its present popula 
tion is about 5,000. PmtniasUr — Tolman 
W. Hall. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor— V. H. Tracy. 
Recorder — H. H. Hubbard. 
Treasurer — G. W. Freeman. 
Superintendent — William F. Needle. 
Martial — J. Caldwell. 

AXiDERMEN. 

First Ward — F. M. Sanderson, Seymour 
Pittee. 
Second Ward—E,. Cox, W. G. Saunders. 



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Third Ward-J. W. Oakley, W. W. 
Woolnough. 

Fourth Ward^-J. Ward, H. N. Wool- 
worth. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Enffineer—C. Wakelee. 
First Amdaht—\y. Jefte. 
Uniou Steamer No. 1. Foreinan — Wm. 
Andrus. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Moderator — D. B. Bamham. 
Director— n. H. Hubbard. 
Ame^tmr — M. H. Joy. 
TntMeen—A. A. Whitney, P. H. Emerson, 
E. S. Walker. 

UNION SClIOOr.8. 

Unioji School, No. 1, McCalmly street. 
T. Laiiiliiii, principal. 

Union School, No. 2, Green street. 
Thomas Sutherland, principal. 

Unv)n School, No. 3, Champion street. 
Miss Susan Cox, principal. 

Union Sch/Hd, No. 4, Main street. Miss 
Laura Conway, principal. 

CHURCHES. 

Pretibyte.rian Church — Main street. Rev. 
E. L. Davis, patitor. 

Met?utdiHi Epuicopal Church — Rev. D. C. 
Jacokes, pastor. 

Baptist Church — ^Main street. Rev. Job 
Maxoin, pastor. 

Episc<ipal Church — Maple street. Augus- 
tus Burk, rector. 

Dutch Refornu'd — Town Line strtHjt. 

Independent {Spiritualist) Church. 

Suctnth Day Adventittt Church — VanBu- 
ren strtjet (west side). Rev. James White, 
pastor. 

Roman Catliolic Church — Maple street. 

Col&red Methodist Church — Marshall 
street. 

PUBLIC HATJ/8. 

Stuart's Hall — Main street. 
Masonic Hall — ^Main stret^t. 
Odd Fellouis UaU — Main street. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Battle Creek Journal^Wok-lsXy). Pub- 
lislied Fridays in Wakelee's block. Main 
strtiet. by Cliarles E. Griffith, editor and 
proi)rietor. {RepuUica n ). 

Advent Recieic and Sabbath Herald — 
(Weekly). Published Tuesdays cm Main 
street, by th(^ Seventh Day Adventists Pul>- 
lishin^ Association. Rev. James White, 
editor. 

Youth's 7/wfrMotor— (Monthly). Pub- 
lished first of every month fm» Main street, 
by the Seventh Day Adventists Association. 
ii. W. Amadon, editor. 

B<X!'LKT I ES 

Battle CrcA'k Lodge, No.\% F. & A. M— 
Meet« Tuesdays on or before full moon, at 
Masonic UaU. 



Battle Creek Chapter, No. 19. F. d A, M. 
— Meets Thursdays on or beforo fall moon, 
at Masonic UaU. 

Zabud Council, No. 9, F. A A. Jf.-~Meet0 
first Wednesday in each month, at Masonic 
Uall. 

BattU Creek Lodge, No. 29. /. O. of 0. F. 
— Meets every Wodnesdav eveniniP, at Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Battle Creek Lodge, No. 78, Z O. of G. T. 
Me<?t8 ever>' Friday evening, at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Daridson Lodge, No. 298, /. 0. of Q. 2!— 
Meets everv Monday evenimr at Stoart's 
Hall. 

Seventh Day Adventists PuJbUshing Asto- 
ciittion — (Incorporated May 3, 1861). Pub- 
lishes iN>riodicals, tracts and denominational 
works of the S(;venth Day Adventists. 
President, Rev. James White. 

liUt of ProftoMloDS, Trades, ete* 
Adams, W. P., insurance agent. Main. 
Adams, Samuel, sewing machine agent. 
Adams & Smith (Marcus Adams and John W. 

Smith), carriage makers. East CanaL 
Addlnifton, I>. C, physician. Main. 
Amadon, G. W., editor ** loutb'slniitractor.*' 
Amberg & Uelmer, druggists, Main. 
Andrus, W., druggist, etc.. Main. 
Arnold, A.. €., Battle Creek Pump 

Works (established in 1865), W est CanaL 
Arnold, A. C, dealer in grand and aqoare 

pianos, West Canal. 
Arnold, A. C, planing and matching, 

scn)ll sawing and moulding, West CanaL 
Arnold, U., tobaceo and cigars, Main. 
Avery, Allxirt F., watches and jewelry. Main. 
Bahiwin, W. A., lawyer, Main. 
Barl>er & Jenniugs (John C. Barber and 

Thoma.s Jennings), livery stable, Jackflon. 
Barker & Crane (Peleg Barker and Dwight 

R. C'rane), manufacturers of grain meas- 
ures, Canal. 
Barnes, Pliilander H., blacksmith, Jackson. 
Bartlctt, Charles £.. dentist, et«., main. 
Batlirick, Freeborn W., i)hysician (homoBO- 

pathic). Main. 
Boek, Arnold A, Co. (C. F. Bock, J. 

W. Arnold and J. Cooper), wholesale and 

rt^tail dealers in hardware, under Stuart** i 

Hall, Main. ! 

Bevier, F. S., l)l.icksmith, W. Canal. 
Bidwell & Lotliridgc (H. U. Bidwcll and 0. 

S. Lothri<lge), hats, cajw, furs, etc.. Main. 
Bingman, W., liverv, Canal. 
BOTTOMLEY, MISSES U. S. & J. E., mil- 

liners and dress makers, opixisite Stuart'i 

Hall, Main. 
Bowen, A., shooting gallen-, E. Canal. 
Bradley, T. J., clothing, E.' Canal. 
Brown & Shurjjstettn (H. Brown and D. 

Sharsteen). merchant tailors. Main. 
Buck & Hoyt (1). 1). Buck and J. G. Hoyt). 

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Barall & Wakelee (Geo. P. Barall and The- 
odore Wakelee), groceries and proviBions, 

Main. 
Bamham & Co. (D. B. Bumliam and D. Coy), 

agricultural implements, Jefferson. 
Caldwell & Galloway (J. M. Caldwell and F. 

N. Galloway), boot and shoe store. Main. 
Caldwell, J., grocer, Main. 
Campbell, Mrs. A. B., dress and cloak maker, 

Main. 
Campbell, William, physician. Main. 
Carder, Edwin A., furniture, Main. 
Carr it Hall, Mrs. and Miss, milliners, Main. 
Champion, H. J., express agent. Main. 
Clapp, Elijah, blacksmith, etc., Jefierson. 
Collier, Victor P., hardware. Main. 
Conger & Sigley (M. E. Conger and W. B. 

Sigley), grocers. Main. 
Conine & Kistler (Peter Conine and John C. 

Kistler), harness makers. Main. 
Cox, E, physician. Main. 
Cox, Edward, physician. Main. 
Craig, William, cooper, Lydia. 
Crane, D. K., lumber dealer, etc., Jackson. 
Crane, Dwight B., lumber yard. 
Da vies. Rev. E. L., (Presbyterian). 
Denton & French (J. Denton and M. J. 

French), Battle Creek bakery. Main. 
Dibble, Leonidas D., lawyer, Jefferson. 
Doane, Artemus, physician, McCamly. 
Downs, David J., livery stable, Jefferson. 
Day, John, physician (homoeopathic). Main. 
Domphrey, W. C, boots and shoes, corner 

Race and Jefferson. 
Kamman, Mrs., milliner. 
Ederle & Dunkel (C. Ederle and L. Dunkel), 

saloon, etc., Jefferson. 
Edlle & LaBar (W. Edile and J. D. LaBar), 

billiard saloon, Jefferson. 
Eldred & Peters (M. Eldred and G. B. Peters), 

hardware. Main. 
EMERSON, PHILIP H., attorney at law. 

Main. 
Etheridge, Leauder, sawmill. 
Evans, Gilbert, barber, cor. E. Canal and 

Main. 
Evans, John J., barber. 
First Matlonal Bank, President, L.C. 

Keliogff; (Jashi&r, C. M. Leon. 
French, S. 8., physician. 
Fronsdorf, H. & Co. (H. Frensdorf and Lewis 

Mayer), merchant tailors, corner Main and 

Jeirerson. 
Frensdorf, Henry, clothing. Main. 
Frey, A., saloon, Jefferson. 
Frink & Co. (Warren Frink, H. Z. Frisbie, 

A. L. Skinner, Geo. P. Burrell, Clement 

Wakelee, Chandler Ford,Victor P. Collyer, 

E. M. Pendell, Wm. H. Skinner, James 

W. Oakley, Theodore Wakelee, Richmond 

Kingman), bankers, Mass. 
Funda, J. k Co. (J. and C), foundry. West 

C^inal. 
Gardner, Beriah P., blacksmith, canal. 
Goodall, J. C, cabinet ware. Main. 

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Graves, Benjamin F., lawyer. 

Graves, F. S., dentist. Main. 

Graves, S. G. & D. L., dry goods. Main. 

Gray, E. S., grocer, Jefferson. 

Green, Ogden, city sexton. Main. 

Green, Perkins H., crockery and groceries. 

Oiifllth, Charles E., editor and pro- 
prietor ^o^^^ 0«eA; Weekly Journal, Main. 

Green, William H., meat market. 

Green & Larkin (P. H. & J. P.), crockery and 
groceries. 

Guernsey, J. M., grocer, Jefierson. 

Haddock & Merrill (G. W. Haddock and S. 
C. Merrill), jewellers. Main. 

Hall Brothers (H. C. and C. T.), gro- 
ceries, crockery and glass ware, Main. 

Halliday, J., hotel, near depot. 

Halliday, T., American hotel, near depot. 

Hamblin, Alexander & Co. (Alexander Hamb- - 
lin and C. C. Beach), bankers. Main. 

Hamblin, Miss Elvira C, milliner. Main. 

Hart, Thomas, flouring mill, Canal. 

Hattendort, Henry, tailor and saloon. Mill. 

Hickman & Beauregard (G. and L.) black- 
smiths, Jefferson. 

Hickman, George D., blacksmith, Canal. 

Hirschmann, Joseph, saloon. Canal. 

Hinman, B. F. & H. T., general store. Main. 

Hinman, J. F., U. S. assessor, Jefferson. 

Howe, Maj. A. B., architect and builder, etc. 

Hubbard, Henry H., lawyer and in- 
surance agent, Peninsular block. 

Humphrey, A., tobacco store. Main. 

Jefls & Adams ( W. Jefts and W. P. Adams), 
extension tables, 'Main. 

Jenison. John, saloon. Race. 

Joy, Myron H., lawyer and insurance ag^nt, 
Jefferson. 

Kellogg, Jas. P , broom factory. 

Kellogg, L. C, flouring mill. Canal. 

Lew, Mrs. U. L., milliner. Main. 

Livingstone, L. L., boots and shoes, comer 
Main and E. Canal. 

Lockwood, R. G., sash, door and blind fac- 
tory, W. Canal. 

Lodge, J. G., lawyer. Peninsular block. 

Loomis, William, dry goods and groceries. 
Main. 

Lothridge, K., wagon maker, W. Canal. 

Mabley & Co. (William and Christopher R.), 
ready made clothing, Main. 

McAllister, Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 
Main. 

McCord, T. M.. boots and shoes, Main. 

McCrea, Samuel W., groceries, Main. 

McGraw, George, eating saloon, Main. 

McKlnstry, Hugh, sadmes and harness, Jeff- 
erson. 

Mosher, Levi, justice of the peace, notary 
public, etc.. Main. 

McNamara, Miss, dress maker, Jefferson. 

MARSH & MILLS, meat market. Main. 

Meacham, John, justice, notary public, etc., 
Main. 

Meyer, L., clothing. Main. 

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Meachem, I. J., physician, Jefferson. 

Miller, J., tailor. Main. 

Mills, Mrs., milliner, Main. 

Mott, Isaac C, grocer, etc., Jefferson. 

Muir, Thomas, blacksmith, Jefferson. 

Neale Bros. (Michael, Maurice H. and Wil- 

liam F.), boots and shoes, Jefferson. 
Nichols A Siiepard (John and Edw. 

C. Nichols and David She])ard), manu- 
facturers of vibrating threshing machines 

and machinery. 
Oakley A Badglejr (J. W. Oakley and 

Samuel L. Badgley), tanners and dealers 

in leather, hides and wool, comer Main 

and East Canal. 
Owen, John, boots and shoos. Main. 
Parker, A., gunsmith, River. 
. Parker, C. & R. C, trunkmakers. 
Peaslee, F. E. & Co., books, stationery and 

musical instruments. Main. 
Peavy, C. C. & Co. (C. C. and J.), tanners, 

etc.. Main. 
Parker. Charles B., liats and caps, Main. 
Parmelee, W. E., produce shipi)er. Main. 
Parish, J., Jr., grocer, Main. 
Pearsall, A. B., iiainter, W. Canal. 
Perry, C, dry goods, etc., Main. 
Pettee & Howe (S. B. Pette© and M. K. 

Howe), dry goods, etc., Main. 
Pettee, Silas (i., carpenter, Jackson. 
Pettee, I^man, carpenter and sash and 

blinds, Jackson. 
PIxiejTy T., proprietor McCalmly House, 

Main. 
Phillips, L. A., photographer. 
Robinson, William, blacksmith, Jcfforson. 
Rodgers, William, shoemaker. Jefferson. 
Rogers, Smith, physician (homoeo- 
pathic), Main. 
R08S& Parmelee, Misses, milliners and dress 

makers. 
Russell, Moses 6., justice of the peace. 

Main. 
Sanders, William G., physician, Main. 
Shafer. J. H. & M. C, marble works. Main. 
Sharp, J. M. & Co. (J. M. Sharp and J. M. 

Oalloup). druggists. 
Shcpard, Miss C. S., milliner. Main. 
Sheimrd, Z., billiard saloon, E. Canal. 
Sherman, Nelson E., lawyer, Main. 
Skinner, William U., cashier Frink Si Co.*s 

bank. 
Skinner, T. B. & Co. (T. B. Skinner and G. 

Decker), dry goods. Main. 
Slade. J., wagon maker. West Canal. 
Slater, Z. T., physician, Jefferson. 
Smith & Gardner (E. N. Smith and Beriah 

B. Gardner), wagon makers. Canal. 
Smith, Gideon F., lumber yard. 
Spencer, Joseph V., physician (homoeeo- 

pathic), Main. 
Stewart, L. H., lawyer, Peninsular block. 
Stillson, R. U., dentist. Main. 
Stuckenholz, J., pianos, etc. 



Squicr, J. B., shoe store. Main. 

Tait, H., photographer. Main. 

Tapscott, Mrs., doak and drofls maker. 

Tapscott. M., po6t office news depot. 

Tillman, J.,Wber, lifain. 

Titus & Hicks (R. F. Titos and William 
Hicks), flouring mill, W. CanaL 

Tomlinson, Mark, ph3rsician, Blain. 

Tracy, Theron H., superintendent Arcade 
mill. 

Upton & Co. (J. S. Upton, William Brown 
and William Brooks), manafactorers of 
threshing machines and agricaltural im- 
plements, Jackson. 

Upton, S., grocer. Main. 

Vun Winkle, E. & Bro. (E. and E.), painters, 
Jackmm. 

Vaughan, Mrs., dress and doak maker. Main. 

Wakelee, Clement, dry goods, etc. Main. 

Wallace, William, woolen factory, Jefferson. 

Waller. S. H. & B., blacksmiths, etc, Jeff, 
crson. 

Ward, Joseph M., commission merchant and 
custom miller. 

Warden, R. C, druggist. Main. 

Waring, Charles, wagon and blacksmith 
sho]), Jackscm. 

Waters, Miss Mary M., milliner. Main. 

Watkins & Bruce, meat market, Raee. 

Whitcomb, Almond, station agent Michigan 
Central Railroad. 

Wing, G., blacksmith, West Canal and Jack- 
son. 

Wing, n. A. & A. E., marble works. Main. 

Wolf, MiHs A. E., milliner and dress maker. 
Main. 

W<MKi worth, Horatio T., photographer. Main. 

Zang, P., sahxm, Jefferson. 

Zang, Nicholas, saloon. West Canal. 

^BAY CITY. 
An im]x)rtant and flourishing city and 
seat of juHtic^ of Bay county, pleasantly sit- 
uated ui)on the eoHt bank of the Ssfinaw 
river, about four miU's from its moutn, and 
sixteim bt;low the city of East Saginaw. 
It is connected with Detroit by regular lines 
of steamers, and with East Saginaw by 
8teamlK)at four times a day. The town was 
laid out in 1836, and until 1857 was known 
as Lower Saginaw. In 1865 it became a 
city, and now bids fair to become one of the 
most important towns in the State. A large 
number of extensive steam saw mills and 
salt manufactories arc in operation in and 
about the city. The river is navigable to 
this ])oint for the largest vessels on the 
lakes, wliich gives Bay City an important 
advantage over the towns further up. The 
location is elevattnl and healthy, and the 
soil of the surrounding country rich and 
productive. The lity c jntains six churches, 
representing t\w. ('atholic, Methodist, Bap- 
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denominations ; a Masonic Jjodge (Bay City, 
No. 129), a Good Templars Lodge (Bay City. 
No. 109), two weekly newspapers, the Bay 
City Journal, John Culbert, editor and pro- 
prietor, and the Bay City Signal, by William 
T. Kennedy, Jr.; five extensive salt works, 
seventeen steam saw mills, tlirce carriage 
shops, three furniture manufactories, a ma- 
chine shop and foundry, saw manufactory, 
stave and Imrrel factory, flouring mill, shin- 
gle mill, sash and blind factory, two brew- 
erics, ten hotels, one national bank, one pri- 
vate banking house, and about fifty shops 
and stores. It has also a street railroad two 
and throe-eighths miles in length, extend- 
ing tlirough the ])rinci[)al street of the 
town, and to the village of Portsmouth. 
The present ]>opulation of the city is al)out 
5,000. Detroit merchants ship goods to Bay 
City by st^samcrs or sail vessels, direct, or 
by railroad to East Saginaw, thence by 
riVer steamboats. A daily mail is received. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Jamc^ Watson. 

Recorder — William T. Kennedy, Jr. 

2Ve4tn n rer — Ernst Frank . 

Marnhai — Horace Becker. 

Aldermen — Flr^ Ward, Jerome Sweet, 
George W. Ilotchkiss; Second Ward, Jacob 
H. Little, Henrv S. Morris; Third Ward, 
Angus Miller, Jamoa Mead. 

Justices of th^ Peace — Constantino Kin- 
derman, Charles H. Dennison, John Mc< 
Namara. 

lilst or ProreMlonS) Trades, etc* 

Aplin & Bro. (George and Henry H.), gro- 
cers, 117 S. Water. 

Arnold, Frederick, bakery, 114 Fifth. 

Arnold, Godfried. bakery, 215 S. Water. 

Babo, Charles, billiard saloon, 114 Centre. 

Bailey, Adelbert, photographer, Wat«r. 

Barclay, Lyman M., proprietor Barclay 
House, comer Saginaw and Third. 

Barse & Morris (Claudius V. B. Barse, of 
Oloan, N. ¥., and Henry S. Morris), hard- 
ware, 310 N. Water. 

Bay County Salt Manufacturing Company — 
U. M. Fitzhugh, president, John S. Jud- 
son, secretary and treasurer, office, W'ater. 

Beach, H. G., tinsmith, 208 N. W^ater. 

Beckwith, Luther, lawver, 801 N. W^ater. 

BERTRAND GUERRIn, Bertrand House, 
Saginaw. 

Birney, James, lawyer, ^17 N. Water. 

Bishop Brothers (Thomas P. and William 
B.). ])hotographers, C-entre. 

Bloedon, I^uis, furniture, 413 N. Water. 

Bradley, Henry M., lumber manufacturer, 
S. Water. 

Bradley, Nathan B., salt and lumber manu- 
facturer. 

Brady, Roberts S., shoemaker. 

BREHMER, CHARLES, clothing. Water. 



Bush, Benjamin F., civil engineer and anr- 
veyor, 801 N. Water. 

Carney, T., Sc €)o. (Thomu and Rich- 
ard J. Carney add Jacob Knoblaujrii), sash 
and blind mannfacturcrs, 728 S. Water. 

Catlin, Israel, lumber manu&cturer. 

Catlin & Sanborn, commission lumber deal- 
ers and inspectors. Water. 

Cathcart& Whitney (William A. Cathcart 
and James E. WHiitney), boots and shoes, 
105 S. Water. 

Casey, John, saloon. Third. 

Chapman, W. R., dyer, S. Saginaw. 

COHEN, ABRAHAM, clothiM:, Water. 

Colbom & Mather, painters, Saginaw. 

Corbin, Miss E. R., milliner, 115 S. Adams. 

Crandell. Frank, stationery and fancy goods. 
107 S. Water. 

Culbert, John, publisher Bay Qty Journal, 
comer Fourth and Saginaw. 

DENISON, CHARLES H., 

Lawyer, office in Shearer's block, comer 

Water and C-entre. 
Denlson, Delzell A Btmey (Elias 

B. Denison, Thomas A. Delzell and James 

G. Birney), grocers and ship chandlera^ onr- 

ner Fourth and Water, on dock (jm otfr). 
Dewar, Richmond, meat market, N. Water. 
Doughty, George H., books, stationery and 

jewelry, 301 N. Water. 
Downs, W. H. & Co. (William H. and Or 

lando K. Downs), boots, shoes, hats, caps 

and furnishing goods, 800 N. Water. 
Drake, John, insurance agent and assistant 

assessor internal revenue. 116 N. Water. 
Eddy, Avery & Co., lumber manufiMSturers, 

Water. 
Eddy, Samuel L., blacksmith, S. Water. 
Eichnemeyer, Edward,carpenter and builder, 

Sixth. 
Ememon A Co. (Charles W. Emeraon 

and Charles G. Van Schuyvcr), merchant 

tailors, Water. 
EMRK^K, JACOB, saloon, 219 S. Water. 
Ernest, John, grocer, Water. 
Fcmiel, William H., flour, produce and 

grain, proprietor flouring mill at Bangor. 
Fingland, James, proprietor Oswego Honse, 

201 Second. 
ffimt IVatlonul Bank, C. W. Gibeon, 

presideM, H. J. Clark, cashier, 2121^, WwAtv, 
Fordon, John A., wagon maker and black- 
smith, 116 8. Water. 
FOSTER, MILO H., designer and builder, 

112 S. Washington. 
Frank, Emst, tobacco and cigars, 206 N. 

Water. 
Frav, George C, lumber manufacturer, 

Water. 
Frav, Mrs. G. C, millintTv. Water. 
Freeman, Mrs. E. O., milliner, 306 Third. 
Gates & Fav, lumber manufacturers, South 

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GIBSON, C. W., president First National 
Bank. 212 N. Water. 

GIBSON, CHARLES F., clerk First National 
Bank'. 

Goodale, H. A., pbymcian. Water. 

Graffel, R., barber, N. Water. 

Grier & McDonell (Tbeophilus C. Grier, and 
Arcbibald McDonell), lawyers, 308 N. 
Water. 

Oiiswold, Harry, dry goods, 100 S. 
Water. 

Guinot. F., physician. Globe Hotel. 

Gonn, R. A., physician, Griswold's block, 
Water. * 

Gustin & Co., wholesale grocers, on dock, 
near Water. 

Gustin, Charles, grocer, 317 N. Water. 

GaMtin, Henry A., dealer in choice 
family groceries, N. Water, near post 
oflBce. 

Hagy, Jolin, gunsmith, Fifth. 

Hart & Monroe (Julius B. Hart and James L. 
Monroe), general merchants and forward 
ers. 4a5 N. Water. 

Hawley, C. R., & Co. (CliarlesR. Hawley and 
Nelson S. Butler, of Olean, N. ¥.), dry 
goods, 111 S. Water. 

HemniQ, Mrs. Janette, milliner, 401 Centre. 

HEMSTREET, HARVEY M., harness 
maker, 214 Centre. 

Henman, Leonard, grocer, 119 N. Wate^. 

Higi^ns, A. S., att'y at law, Shearer block. 

Bill, Jolin W., attorney and counsellor 
at law, comer Centre and Water. 

Hotchki8s.& Mercer (G. W. Hotchkiss and 
William Mercer), lumber dealers and in- 
spectors, 405 N. Water. 

Hoggins, Andrew, civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, 116 N. Water. 

JTennitoii, Charlefi E., hardware, 201 
N. Water. 

Johnson, George, conductor street railroad. 

Johnson. N., homoeopathic physician, cor. 
Fourth and Jefferson. 

Judson, Johnson & Currey (J. A. Judson, A. 
M. Johnson and W. H. Currey), commer- 
cial brokers, real estate and insurance 
agents, office at the Custom House, Water. 

Kaiser & Weideman, meat market and sa- 
loon, 41 N. Water. 

Kennedy, William T., publisher of Bay 
City Signal, 211 N. water. 

Keystone Salt and Lumber Company (Ban- 
gor). 

Kilduff, John & Michael, saloon, 121 S. Water. 

Kilduff & O'Connor (Patrick Kilduff and 
William O'Connor), grocers, 201) S. Water. 

Kinderman, Constantine, physician, 418 N. 
Water. 

Lambert, John, proprietor of Third Ward 
House, Seventh. 

Landon, Henry B., physician, 308 N. Water. 
Lemon, William H., saloon. Water. 

Lewis k Perkins (Julius C. Lewis and Ben- 
jamin F. Perkins), grocers, 105 N. Water. 

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Lovenstein, Adolph, clothing, 120 N. Water. 
Lord, George, druggist, 116 N. Water. 
LUXTON, THOMAS, harness maker* 

S. Water. 
Marston & Hatch (J. M. Marston and H. H. 

Hatch), lawyers, 201 N. Water. 
Mather, Mrs. M. N., milliner, 116 N. Sag- 

inaw. 
Maxwell, Andrew C, lawyer, 301 N. Water. 
MAXON, CHARLES A., dentist, 114 Centre. 
McCormick, James J., lumber manufacturer, 

S. Water. 
McDermott & Co., boots and shoes, 112 

Third. 
McDowell, John, machine shop and foundry, 

702 S. Water. 
McDowell & Park (C. McDowell and Edwin 

Park), liquor dealers, Third, near bridge. 
McEwan, John, lumber manufacturer. 
McEwen, William, lumber manufacturer. 
McGILVERY, JOHN, livery stable, 414 N. 

Saginaw. 
McKAY, ANGUS, Idaho saloon, Water. 
McKay, Alexander, conductor street rail- 
road. 
McNamara, John, lawyer and justice of the 

peace, N. Water. 
Meister, B. L., dry goods, 802 N. Water. 
Mercer & Dunbar (William Mercer and E. 

L. Dunbar), civil engineers and surveyors, 

405 N# Water. 
Moore, Smith k Co., lumber manufacturers, 

(mills at Bangor.) 
Moulthrop & Co. (Clark and Grannis Moul- 

throp and Oscar F. Hammet), commission 

lumber dealers and inspectors, Water. 
Munger k Co. (Curtis and Algenon S. Mun- 

ger), dry goods and groceries, 809 N. 

Water. 
Newcomb, James Z., dry goods, 108 S. 

Water. 
NICKELS, VALENTINE, brewer, 521 S. 

Water. 
Norrington. Henry A., land and real estate 

agent, 801 N. Water. 
Noud, James, liquor dealer, 424 N. Water. 
O'Connor, Edward, grocer, 410 N. Water. 
Oppenhien & Maser, dry goods and clothing, 

210 N. Water. 
Parker & Loose (William Parker and 

William Loose), furniture, 115 Centre. 
PATRIDGE, BENJAMIN F., civil engineer 

and U. S. assessor of sixth district. 
Pennell, l¥ill H., grain dealer. 

Water. 
Peterkin & Chute, saloon, Water. 
Peters, William, saw mill, Water. 
Phillips & Brooks (Theodore C. Phillips and 

John Brooks), groceries and provisions, 

opposite Fraser Hotel, Water. 
Pudget, James, photographer, Griswold 

block. Water. 
Raymond, Henry S., postmaster, stationer 

and news dealer, 813 N. Water. 
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Reaume, Charles, blacksmith, N. Sa^aw. 

Redmond, John A., boots and shoes, 218 S. 
Water. 

Rice & Co. (James Rice and Francis McDer- 
mott), merchant tailors, Water. 

Richardson, Joshua, barber, S. Water. 

Rivctt & Brother (Charles and D. A.), black- 
smiths, S. Saginaw. 

Rivers, Peter, saloon, 307 S. Water. 

Roach & Smith (Wm. J. Roach and Thomas 
S. Smith), boots and shoes, 221 S. Water. 

Robidaux, Romnald, proprietor of Montreal 
House, Water. 

Root, M. A. & A. H., manufacturers of shin- 
gles (mills at Salzburg, opposite Bay 
City.) 

Rosa, Jolm T., brewer, 729 S. Water. 

Rose, D. F., luml>er dealer, Water. 

ROSS, WILLIAM, builder, Saginaw. 

Rouech, HI. A., proprietor of Globe 
Hotel, 202 N. Water. {8ee adv.) 

Rnss, David & Co., saw mill. 

Rutan, Peter, music teacher and dealer in 
pianos, etc., 116 Centre. 

Scheurman, Charles, dry goods and grocer- 
ies, N. Water. 

Scheurman, Richard, boots and shoes, Water. 

Shearer & Co. (James and George H. Sheai^ 
er), stave manufacturers, cor. Water and 
First. 

Shearer, James & Co. (James and George H. 
Shearer and G. W. Lloyd), lumber manu- 
facturers, N. Water. 

Sliindehette, Henry, proprietor of Union 
House, 116 Third. 

Simon & Watson (Philip Simon and James 
Watson), dry goods and groceries, 112 
Centre. 

Simon & Muller, meat market, 210 Centre. 

Smith & Hart, flour and feed, 107 Fourth. 

Smith, Thaddeus, lumber inspector, 
119 Water. 

Stewart, A. L. & Co., bakery, 115 Fourth. 

Street k Thomas (J. F. Street and J. R. 
Thomas), druggists. Water. 

Sullivan & Little (O. D. Sullivan and J. H. 
Little), grocers, Ji02 (kjntre. 

Sweet, Jerome W., grocer, Saginaw. 

Taylor and Moulthrop (John S. Taylor and 
Clark Moulthrop), salt and lumber manu- 
facturers (at Bangor), office on Water. 

Thomas, J. R., physician, 117 Water. 

Thorp, William, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. Water. 

Underwood, William, tailor, 207 Third. 

Van Syckhi, Givens E., fruit and confection- 
ery. Water. 

Viets, M. L., physician, Saginaw. 

Warren^ Byron E., banker, cor. 
Water and Centre. 

Watkins & Carney (T. W. Watkins and R. 
J. Carney), inspectors and sliippers of 
lumber, 124 S. Water. 

Watson, James, saw mill. Water. 



Webster, Newton H., dentist. 810 N. Water. 
Wertheimer, Morris, dothlni^ 113 8. 

Water. 
Wheat, W. K., phTridan, Water. 
Wheeler, Charles C., carpenter. 
mieeler, Padley & Co., pUnliig 

and shingle mill. Water. 
Whittemore & Johnson (Walter H. Whitte- 

more and Fayette Johnaon), liinutiue, 208 

Centre. 
Wight, J. C, pastor of PresbyteriaB chnrek. 
Wifley, J. F., Uvery stable, 822 N. Saginaw. 
Wilkin & Co. (Frank G. and Sanfoid V. 

Wilkin), clothing, 801 N. Water. 
Williams, David R., painter. 801 8. Water. 
Williams, Edward Y., lumber inspector, 116 

N. Water. 
Wolverton House, A. Dann, proprietor, 321 

N. Water. 
Yawkey, William C. & Co. (William C, 

Samuel W., and Edward P. Yawkev), 

lumber inspectors and shippera. 405 N. 

Water. 
Young, Haas, barber. 128 S. Water. 
Zauner & Helbig (L. G. Zanner and Oacar 

Heibig), phpmcians, 803 S. Water. 
ZIrurefi & Croebel (Simon Zirwei 

and Henry Goebel) porprieton of Forest 

aty House, 202 S. Washington. 

BEDFORD. 
A post village of Calhoun ooonty, in the 
township of the same name, situated on the 
stage route from Battle Creek to Hastings, 
127 miles west from Detroit. 



BELLEVILLE. 
A post village in Van Buren townaliip, 
Wayne county, four miles south of Denton's 
Mill's station, on the Michigan Central Rail- 
road, and 20 miles west of Detroit. It is 
pleasantly situated on the south side of Hu- 
ron river, and has an excellent water pow- 
er, which can be made of immenae value. 
It contains two churches, one Maaoniclodge» 
six stores, l)csides mills and meclianfai' 
shops. Population, 850. Tri-weekly mail 
Postmaster — James T. Campbell. 

lilat or ProDBMlon*, Trndea, ete. 

Anderson, Rev. C. M., (Methodist.) 
Burroughs, George H., general store. 
Bush, William, carpenter. 
Bush & Wright, meat market. 
Campbell, James T., general store. 
Codey, Timothy M., general store. 
Demange, Joseph C, boots and shoea. 
Earin, Samuel, mason. 
Forbes, Daniel, physician. 
Forbes, Elias, physician. 
Fonl, Charles M., carpenter. 
Foster & Doyle, hotel. 
Fehlig, Henry, shoemaker. 
Gaml^ll, Kev. Joseph, (Baptist.) 



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Haskins, L. & H., flour mill. 
Hope, John, blacksmith. 
Henning & Scholtz, stave factory. 
Hutchison, William, carriage maker. 
Kline, Charles, harness maker. 
Osier, John, blacksmith. 
Randolph, Jesse, general store. 
Roys, £. R. & Co., carriage makers. 
Smith, Daniel J., carpenter. 
Smith, A. J., carpenter. 
Sterling, William, grocer. 
Thomas, Benjamin F., cabinet maker. 
Thornton, Ephraim B., physician. 
Throop, Eurolas, grocer. 
Whitacre, John, grocer. 
Whitley, William, merchant tailor. 

BELLEVILLE. 
A township of Eaton county, containing 
the village of Bellevue. 



BELLEVUE. 
A post village of Eaton county, in the 
township of Belleville, 120 miles west of 
Detroit. It is connected by stage with Mar- 
shall, on the Michigan Central railroad. 
The village contains two churches, a ma- 
chine shop and iron foundry, two saw mills, 
several stores, mechanic shops, etc. Popu- 
lation, 500. Three mails per week. 

BENGAL. 
A township and post office of Clinton 
county, on the Detroit & Milwaukee rail- 
road. PortwkMter— Cortland Hill. 

TOWNSHIP OPFICKR8. 

SupervUar — B. F. Kneeland. 
C^ib— William Hummeston. 
Treasurer — Leonard Travis. 
WAmt or ProftMlons, Trades, etc. 

Buck, Kbenezer W., stave dealer. 
Oay, Richard, boots and shoes. 
Hajnmond, S. W., justice of the peace. 
HiU, Cortland, justice, real estate agent and 

notary public. 
HSU. Clinton J., drover. 
Richards, Daniel, carpenter. 
Weitmeire, George W., boots and shoes. 



BENNINGTON. 
A township and post office of Shiawassee 
county, on the Amlx)y, Lansing & Traverse 
Bay railroad; 80 miles north west from De- 
troit, and intersected by the Ix)oking Glass 
river. Population about 1,100. Has a daily 
mail. Poitnuuter — " Papa " McCoon. 

TOWNSHIP OPFICERS. 

SupertMor — Henry Hartwell. 
Clerk — James Chapin. 
Treasurer — H. Hammond. 



lilat of ProftMlons, Trades, Et«. 

Davis, Abner, justice of the peace. 
Donaldson & Chapel, saw mill. 

Deane, , justice of the peace. 

Gale, Rev. Isaac, (Methodist.) 
Gale, I., justice of the peace. 
Lucas, M. T. & Brother (Madison T. and 

Governor W.), barrel manufacturers. 
Kimball, Martin, carpenter. 
Marshall, Jeremiah, carpenter. 
McCoon, Papa, general store. 
Miller, Harmon, carpenter. 
Mitchell, Newcomb, mason. 



BENTON. 

A post village of Washtenaw county. 

BENTON. 
A township of Berrien county, near the 
mouth of St. Joseph river, containing the 
post village of Benton Harbor. The soil 
and climate is peculiarly adapted to the 
raising of fruit, particularly of peaches and 
pears. The grape and other varieties of 
fruit grow luxuriantly. Population, 2,200. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Isaac J. Hoag. 
Clerk — A. G. Lamport. 
j?Vea#wrer— William T. Durray. 

BENTON HARBOR. 
A thriving post village in the township 
of Benton, Berrien county, situated on the 
St. Joseph river, one mile from its mouth. 
It contains four general stores, one hard- 
ware and one drug store, one hotel, one 
flouring mill, a large grain house, four saw 
mills, and several mechanics' shops. Popu- 
lation, 300. Postmaster — Charles Hubbard. 

lilflt of "BroHemmionm^ Trades, etc. 
Alexander & Boynton, fruit growers. 
Babcock, N., justice of the peace. 
Bell, Joseph, blacksmith. 
Bell, John, physician. 
Burridge, Elvin, fruit grower. 
Benjamin, M. & Son, clothing store. 
Bronson, Sterne, justice of the peace. 
Campbell, James, wagon maker. 
Collins, A. M., hotel (Benton Harbor House.) 
Colgrovo, Calvin, carriage maker. 
Darche, John & Henry, cooi)ers. 
Dunningham, William, groceries and 

liquors. 
Durry, William T., fruit grower. 
Green & Edwards (Martin Green and John 

T. Edwards), flour and saw mill. 
Gates & Bell (J. C. Gates and J. Bell), drug- 
gists. 
Hopkins & Ells (T. W. Hopkins and Joshua 

Ells), saw mill. 
Jackson, Samuel, fruit grower. 
Johnson, James, bakery. 
Johnson, J. R., saloon. 



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Kidd & Hulbord (Edwin Kidd and Orsa Hul- 
burd), general store. 

Knowlen, Albert, fruit grower. 

La Piere, J. M., boot and shoe maker. 

Martin, S. R., physician. 

Morrisan, John, grocery and saloon. 

Morton, Henry C, fruit grower. 

McGuigan, Samuel, saw mill and lumber 
dealer. 

Palmer, E. & Son, general store. 

Pew, T. & F., saw mill and cooper shop. 

Rector, George, saloon. 

Reynolds, B. F. , saloon. 

Riford & Burridge (Ira Riford and Alvin 
Burridge), general store. 

Riford, A. B., lawyer. 

Robbins, N., flour and feea store. 

Skelly & Boyle (Edwin Skelly and Ste- 
phen Boyle), grocery and meat market. 

Sherwood, Morgan, fruit grower. 

Smith, Harry, fruit grower. 

Sorter, James, fruit grower. 

Stevens, James E., general store. 

Smith, John T., justice of the peace* 

Stump, N. B., dentist. 

Stump, Mrs. Lizzie, milliner. 

Thrasner, J. P., fruit grower. 

Teetzel, John, fruit grower. 

Van Horn, Jacob, boot and shoe maker. 

Vaughan, William, blacksmith. 

Vulstie, A., cabinet maker. 

Wilson, A. C, tinsmith. 

Williams & Pearl (Henry Williams and Jo- 
seph Pearl), saw mill. 

Winans, Dr., fruit grower. 

Winans & Bronson (James L. Winans and 
Allen Bronson), hardware store. 

BERLIN. 
A post village of the township of Wright, 
in Ottawa county, on the Detroit & Milwau- 
kee Railroad. It has three churches, one 
hotel, a store, a flour mill, an ashery, etc. 
It has also a lodge of Good Templars, with 
350 members. No liquor sold in the vil- 
lage. Daily mail. PoatitUMter — R. B. Mc- 
CuUoch. 

lilst of Proft»sloii»9 Trade*, etc. 
Buckley, M. T., broom factory. 
Bums, S., hotel. 
Button, Brookins, mason. 
Chappell Brothers, grocers. 
Dayton, John T., physician. 
Davis & French, carriage ironers. 
Dowd, Oren, boots and shoes. 
Draper, Rev. E. C, (MethodUt.) 
Everhart. Samuel, carpenter. 
Finclaii;, Jacob, mason. 
Ha8ting8,'Walter, cooper. 
McCuUoch, Robert B., general store. 
McCulloch, Robert B., drugs, books and sta- 
tionery. 
Miner & Tucker, general store. 
Morgan, Enos C, livery stable and cooper. 



N9lker, Joseph, carpenter. 
Norton, Henry A., carriage maker. 
Savage, Rev. A. R., (Baptist.) 
Taylor, John A. J., gunsmith. 
Tuttle, John, cooper. 
Young, Truman, blacksmith. 

BERRIEN CENTER. 
A small post village in the township and 
county of Berrien. It has a store, a hotel, \ 
two saw mills, and Ave churches. Berrien 
Springs is four miles distant in the same 
township. Nearest shipping point St. Jo- 
seph. Nearest express office Niles. Semi- 
weekly mail. Pasttncuter — Isaac Murphy. 

Iil»t or ProfeMilon*, Trades, etc. 
Barton. Nathan, carpenter. 
Bertholine, John, physician. 
Boon. Rev. John. 
Bowerman, Henry, carpenter. 
Garrett, Samuel, mason. 
Griffin, Henry, photographer. 
Hand, Michael, justice of the peace. 
Havener, Alfred, carpenter. 
Hess, William, carpenter. 
Kibier, Ruhama A., milliner. 
Marrs, Thomas, saw mill. 
McCamper, Paddock, hotel. 
Murphy, George E.. justice of the peace. 
Murphy, Harvey R., carpenter. 
Murphy, Isaac, blacksmith. 
Murphy, Erastus, carpenter. 
Michael, Mortimer, carpenter. 
Shaffer, Joshua & Sons, cabinet makers. 
Snow, Oren D., justice. 
Stickley, Henry, carpenter. 



BERRIEN SPRINGS. 
A thriving and handsome post village, 
the capital of Berrien county, situated on 
the St. Joseph river, 25 Qiiles from Lake 
Michigan, and 200 miles west of Detroit. 

BERTRAND. 
A fractional township and small post vil- 
lage of Berrien county, on the St. Joseph 
river. 



BIG BEAVER. 
A post village of Oakland county, 16 miles 
from Detroit. 



BIG BEAVER. 
An island in Lake Michigan, off the north- 
west coast of the lower peninsula. It forms 
a part of the coimty of Manitou. 

BIRCH RUN. 
A township and village of Saginaw 
county, on the Flint and Pere Marquette 
Railroad. It has one store, a hotel and saw 
mill. Distant 80 miles northwest from De- 
troit. A dailv mail is received. PoHmaHer 
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TOWNgHIP OFFICERS. 

MT — John Dobson. 

Thomas Marr. 

rer — James Marr. 

»f ProftMtloiis, Trades, ete. 

than, justice of the peace, 
illiam, carpenter. 
. John, carpenter. 
, Josiah, carpenter. 

Thomafl, painter, 
amuel, blacksmith. 
}hn, mason. 

I. Chauncey, steam saw mill. 
STilliam, wagcm maker. 
John, hotel (Deer Lick House.) 
)orge, justice of the peace. 

P. & Brother, ceneral store. 
. P., agent F. and P. M. R. R. 



BIO- RAPIDS. 
ing iK>st village and capital of Me- 
mty, situated on the Muskegon 

miles north-we«t of Detroit. The 
mtains six general stores, two ho- 
e saw mills, two flour mills, a 
3wspaper. the Mecosta County Pi- 
blished by Charlie Gay k Co., at 
' year, and a large number of me- 
trades and professions. Goods 
ed via the Detroit and Milwaukee 

to Grand Rapids, thence by 
a Newaygo, to Big Rapids. Fare 
Iv traveled route from Detroit, 
ily mails are received. The Mus- 
ver at this point furnishes an 

water power, which is rapidly 
proved. The soil in the vicinity 

pn>ductivene8iJ that of any iwr- 
e State. Population, 700 ; entire 
, 900. PostiiMster — Ceylon C. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

\9or — Elias O. Rose. 

-Charlie Gay. 

rer — B. E. Hutchinson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

—A. S. Mason. 
-John Daziel. 
rer — S. Stickney. 
tting Attorney — Elias O. Rose. 
>/ Probate-4:. C. Fuller. 
Court CommisHioner — C. C. Fuller, 
r of Deeda — 8. S. Chipman. 
or ProfeMtlons, Trades, etc* 
Rev. VV. J.. (Methodist.) 
., Harvey, meat market. 
John, flour mill. 
Stephen E., carpenter. 
I, D. M., lumber dealer. 
D. A., lumber dealer. 
Fohn, hotel. 

homas J., edge tool manufactory. 
Jeorge, flour and saw mill. 

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Fuller, C. C, lawyer 

GAY, CHARLIE k CO., publishers of Pi- 

onuT, 
Gardner, W. W., carpenter. 
Graves, J. D., blacksmith. 
Hunt, T. C, shoemaker. 
Hutchinson, B. K, general store. 
Harwood, C. D., carpenter. 
Lazell, Thomas, saw mill. 
Montonve. William T., general store. 
Murdock, J. G., lawyer. 
Mason, A. S., hotel. 
McLellan, D., boot and shoemaker. 
Osmer, William, baker. 
Pryor, S. T., Mason. 
Parish, John, lumber dealer. 
Rose, Elias O., lawyer and real estate agent. 
Rogers, William N., lawyer. 
Shafer, Charles, general store. 
Shepherd, Rev. Z.W. 
Slmonds, L. J., gunsmith. 
Steams, George F., general store. 
Steams, Daniel E., general store. 
Sutherland, James, carpenter. 
Tiler, J., carpenter. 
Todd k Co., general merchants and lumber 

dealers. 
Teal, N., physician. 
Woolley, D. F., physldan. 
Watson, John, carpenter. 
Whitfield, I. J., eclectic physldan. 



BIRMINGHAM. 

A thriving Incorporated post vUlase of 
Oakland county. In the township of Bloom- 
field, on the Detroit and Milwaukee Ball-' 
road, 18 miles north-west from Detroit, and 
eight miles from Pontlac. It contains one 
Methodist and one Presbyterian church, a 
Masonic lodge, two hotels, a flouring mill, 
saw mill, iron foundry, several stores, and 
numerous professional and mechanical 
trades. Population, about 600. A dally 
mail is received. PoHmoiter — Allen J. Blg- 
eiow. 

VILLAOB OFFICERS. 

Pr<?«(fo/it— William Brown. 

TYustees-^hvLtheT Stanley, Horace Bar- 
num. C. W. Jenks, George Blakesley, Hugh 
Irving and John Berdan. 

TOWNSHIP 0FFICKR8. 

Supervisor— y^WW&m Satterlee. 

CUrk Warren. 

Tretiturer — John A. Blgelow. 

SOCIETIES. 

Masonic — Birmingham Lodge, No. 44 — 
Alanson Patridge, W. M.; J. C. K.' Crooks, 
8, W,; E. W. Reynolds, /. W.; Robert J. 
Mitchell, Secretary . 

Good Templars — Birmingham Lodge, No. 
181. 1. O. of G. T.— F. W. Drake, wTO, T,; 
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lilflt or ProflDMlon*, Trade*, ete* 

Allen, James S., boot and shoo maker. 

Baldwin, John, blacksmith. 

Barnum, Horace, blacksmith. 

Bodine, John, tailor. 

Carlton, Mrs. C. J., photograph artist. 

Corson, J. R., books, groceries, flour and 

Crane, Rev. Rufus C, (Methodist.) 

Crooks, John C. K., physician. 

Duvles, John, proprietor of National 
Hotel, Saginaw st. 

Davis, Amos, general store. 

ELLIS, A. C, proprietor of Ellis House, op- 
posite railroad depot. 

Hill, S. N., principal of Union School. 

Hill, Rev. S. N., (Presbyterian.) 

Holman, S., harness maker. 

HUNT, JAMES M., general store. 

Irving, Hugh, hardware and agricultural 
implements. 

Jenks, C. W., general wood worker. 

Jennings, , clothing. 

Lee, George L., druggist and grocer, insu- 
rance and American express agent. 

Lee, Hubbard S., general store. 

Linabury & Trowbridge (Isaac Linabury 
and Roland Trowbridge), flouring mill. 

Lowes, Misses J. & M., milliners. 

Manning, William, physician. 

Mitehell, Robert J., grocer, Saginaw, 
street. 

Mooney, Nicholas B., blacksmith. 

Newman, William. H., liarber. 

Pappleton, Orrin, general store. 

Patridge, Alanson, wagon maker. 

Peck, Orson W., general store. 

Raynale, Ebenezer, physician. 

Reynoldis, Chester, groceries and boots and 
shoes. 

Rogers, Thomas, harness maker. 

Sherman & Sellick (Miss Sherman and Mrs. 
Sellick), milliners. 

Smith, William A., saw mill. 

Smith, Mortimer, hardware, machine shop 
and agricnltural implements. 

Wattles, Jarvis W., physician. 

Woodburn & Thorn (W. J. Woodburn and 
Benjamin Thorn), meat market. 



BLACK LAKE. 

A post office in Norton township, Muske- 

fou county. Nearest express office, Mus- 
egon, four miles. Daily mail. Postmaster 
—Fletcher Fowler. 

lAmt or Prof^Mlons, Trades, ete. 

Barber dc Fowler, saw mill. 
Blackman, A., general store. 
Patterson, J. H., constable. 
Rowe & Son, steam saw mill. 
Torrey, E. T., steam saw mill. 



BLACKMAN. 
A highly productive agricultural town- 
ship of Jackson county, a portion of which 
forms one half the city of Jackson. An ex- 
tensive bed of bituminous coal underlies a 
largo portion of the townsliip. 

BLENDON. 
A township and post office of Ottawa coun- 
ty, 14 miles southwest of Grand Rapids. 



^BLISSFIELD. 



A township and post village of Lenawee 
county, on the Michigan Southern railroad,10 
miles frcmi Adrian, and 23 miles from Toledo, 
Ohio. The township contains the villages of 
Blissfield and Deerfield. Biissfield contains 
two churches, Methodist and Presbyterian, 
a Masonic lodge, tannery, flour mill, 
broom factory, two hotels, a saw mill, about 
ten stores of different kinds, and the usual 
number of trades and professions. Popula- 
tion of village about 500. Of entire town- 
ship 2,000, It has a daily mail. Postmas- 
ter — Myron E. Knight. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Archer H. Crane. 
C^ik— Edward Ormsby. 
Treasurer — James McMellen. 

lilflt of Proftosslona, Trades* ete* 

Beagle, Frederick G., grocer. 

Bliss, W. W. & Son (WUliam W. Blim and 

Irwin Bliss), general store. 
Bliss, William C, carpenter. 
Bliss, Charles B., mason. 
Boone, A, C. & Co., harness makers. 
Brown, W. J., hat factory. 
Brown, Rev. Henry, (Methodist.) 
Carpenter, Joel, lawyer and insurance agent. 
Cannon, Frederick, carriage maker. 
Clark, William A., druggist and g^rocer. 
Clark. Charles C, carpenter. 
Ford, Theodore, blacksmith. 
Furman & Co. (Walter Furman and John 

Boone), hardware. 
Oilman & Smith (George C. Oilman and 

Samuel Smith), broom handle and stave 

factory. 
Jipson & Brother (Henry and Orin), flour 

and saw mill, 
Kedzie, James T., general store. 
Knight, H. S. & Co. (Hiram S. Knight and 

R. B. C. Newcombe). general store. 
Knight & French, general store. 
Law, George, physician. 
Newcomb, Rowland B. C, physician. 
North, Lot v., tannery and boots and shoes. 
Ohio House. John Young, proprietor. 
Ovenshire, Elijah, steam saw mill. 
Parker, George, g^rocer. 
Parker & W^alker (Levi Parker and Chaun- 

cey Walker), broom handle and stave fac- 
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Pajne, John, blacksmith. 
Ricker, John, boots and shoes. 
Rodffers, Thomas, boot and shoe maker. 
SalsDuiy, Alexander, boot and shoe maker. 
Sheldon, Horace, boots and shoes and justice 

of the peace. 
Small, Martin, cabinet maker. 
Steams. Milo. mason. 
Ten Yck, William, justice of the peace. 
Watson, Charles, cooper. 
Wheeler & Foster (Barney H. Wheeler and 

Samuel Foster), general store. 
WHEELER, BARNEY H., propr. Wheeler's 

Hotel and livery stable. 
Wyman, H., physician. 

BLOOMER. 
A township in the southeast comer of 
Montcalm county, containing the post office 
of Bloomer Centre. 



BLOOMFIELD. 

A township of Oakland county, 18 miles 
northwest of Detroit. It contains the post 
village of Birmingham, and has a total pop- 
ulation of about 2,000. 



BLOOMINGDALE. 

A township and post village of Van Bu- 
ren county, 165 miles west from Detroit. 
Goods are shipped by the Michigan Central 
railroad, via Mattawan station. Popula- 
tion, 700. 



BLUMFIELD. 
A township and post village of Saginaw 
eoanty, five miles east of the city of East 
Saginaw, and seven miles southeast of Bay 
City. The township is almost exclusively 
settled by Germans. 

BOSTON. 
A township of Ionia county, on the south 
side of Grand river, and on the line of De- 
trcrft 4k Milwaukee railroad, about nine miles 
from Ionia. It contains the i)06t village of 
Saranac. Population, 1,500. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

SttperxMOT—.h. S. Stannard. 
OUrk—yf. V. Houghton. 
TVeaturer — George Wenner. 

BOWNE. 

A township and post office of Kent coun- 
ty, six miles south of Lowell station, on the 
Detroit and Milwaukee railroad. 



BRADLEY. 

A small post village of Allegan county, 
167 miles westerly from Detroit. 

BRADY. 
A township of Kalamazoo county, inter- 
sected by the Little Portage branch of the 

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St. Joseph river. The east half of the 
township is heavily timbered, the west half 
is oak openings, with a deep and rich soil. 
The post office for the township is Vicks- 
burg, in Schoolcraft township. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 



Supervisor — Lewis C. Kimball. 
6'ferA;— William Best. 
Treasurer — George Morse. 



BRANDON. 

A township and small post village of Oak- 
land county, 38 miles northwest from De- 
troit. 



BREEDSVILLE. 
A post village of Van Buren county, 18 
miles from Decatur, its nearest shipping 
point on the Michigan Central railroad. It 
contains three religious organizations. Spir- 
itualist, Baptist and Methodist. Several 
mills, a hotel and two stores. Population, 
200. Tri-weekly mail. PostmaHer-'K. 
Baker. 

lilat of ProftaalonSf Trades, ete. 

Adams & Tuttle, tanners. 
Bennett, V., physician. 
Brown & Enos, tanners. 
Brown Brothers, saw mill. 
Chambers. A., carpenter. 
Dobson, W. H., carpenter. 
Eastman, Merton M., carriage maker. 
Hurl but, Cliarles B., lawyer. 
Knowles, W., general store. 
La Rue C., justice of the peace. 
Ross & Swan, carriage makers. 
Smith. M. B., carpenter. 
Scringer, William, saw mill. 
Sickendeck. George, blacksmith. 
Webster, L. A., physician. 



BRIDO-EPORT. 

A township of Saginaw county, contain- 
ing the post village of Bridgeport Centre, 
and intersected by the Cass river. Popula- 
tion about 1,000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — D. A. Pettibone. 
CforA^Lafayette Hill. 
Treasurer— QeoTg^ Miner. 



BRIDGEPORT CENTRE. 

A post village of Saginaw county, in the 
township of Sridgejwrt, on the Flint and 
Pere Marquette railroad, 83 miles north- 
west from Detroit, and 6 miles south of East 
Saginaw. It contains two churches, three 
stores, two hotels, two salt manufucturing 
companies, tour shingle mills, one saw mill, 
and a few mechanic shops. Has a daily 
mail. Population about 500. Postmaster — 
J. Hidley. 

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I«l«t or Proftssloii«9 Trades, etCm 

Albany City Salt Company, salt and lum- 
ber manul, William M. Merrill, sapt. 

Benjamin, , physician. 

Blarkniore, Horace, carpenter. 

Bradshaw, Bev. A., (Motkodiat.) 

Bruckcr, F. & Co. (Ferdinand Brucker and 
Miles C. Mix), shingle mill. 

Burrell, H. D. & Co., brick manufacturers. 

Chandler, Chauncey W.. blacksmith. 

Densie, VVilliam, boot and shoe maker. 

Flemming, John, carpenter. 

Foster, Joseph B., propr. Cass House. 

Foster, Henry, general store. 

Griffin, Walter A., mason. 

Gowdy, E^son, painter. 

Gowdy, Alva, carpenter. 

Hayes, Alfred, justice of the peac^". 

Hill, I.«eander L., justice of the peace. 

Huff, Gilbert, blacksmith. 

Hill, George & Co. (George Hill and Leverett 
Hodgeman), shingle mill. 

Jackson, Lyman, general store. 

Gaylord, John J., postmaster. 

Lewis, John, station agent and telegraph 
operator. 

Lull, C. A., propr. Bridgeport Centre House. 

Lull, C. L. h Co. (C. L. Lull and Leverett 
Hodgeman), brick manufacturers. 

Lull, C. A., saw mill. 

Lyle, R. C, butcher. 

Massner, C. & Co., shingle mill. 

Merrill, William M., supt. Albany City Salt 
Company. 

Osbom, Martin, boot and shoe maker. 

Packard & Hubbard (Henry Packard and 
Benjamin Hubbard, groceries and provi- 
sions. 

Pettibone & Lull (D. A. Pettibone and C. L. 
Lull), shingle mill. 

Pine, Andrew, carpenter. 

Teetzel, John, carpenter. 

Union Salt Company, D. A. Pettibone, su- 
perintendent. 

Whitney, Ira, wagon maker and justice of 
the peace. 

BRIDGETON. 
A township and post office of Newaygo 
county. 



BRIDGEWATER. 

A township and post office of Washtenaw 
countv, on the stage route from Saline to 
Manchester, 48 miles west from Detroit. 
Population, 1,400. 

BRIGHTON. 
A township and post village of Living- 
ston countv, on Ore Creek, and on the Lan- 
sing Plank Road, 40 miles north-west of 
Detroit. Has four churches, Methodist, 
Baptist. Presbyterian and Catholic, seven 
stores, two hotels, one fluur mill and one 



iron foundry. Population of village 500, 
of township, Ij^. Has a dally mail. 
Po$tma$ter — Stephen K. Jonea. 

TOWI^BHIP OFFICERS. 

Supertimr — John Carter. 
Treagiirer — Stephen K. Jones. 

lAmt or Proftasloiia, Trade*) etc* 

Acker, Frederick D., carpenter. 

Albright & Thompson (Egbert F. Albright 

and Chester Thompson), floar mill. 
Barnes, Roswell, boots and shoes. 
Bingham, William, masctn. 
Birch, Joseph C, carpenter. 
Birge, Lyman W^, carriage maker. 
Brigham, Robert, hotel. 
Cain, C. C. merchant tailor. 
Case, S. N. & Bro. (Ira W.), general store. 
Clark, Benjamin O. F., lawyer. 
Cobb, William R., general store. 
C^ise & Donelly ( Ira W. Case and Patrick 

M. Donellv). grocers. 
Curtis. Rt^v.'D., (Methodist.) 
Franklin, Rev. Benjamin, (Presbyterian.) 
Jones, S. K., druggist. 
King, William, hotel. 
King, S. I. & N., grocers. 
Jjee, J. B. & Co. (James B. Lee and John E. 

Wicheras), general store. 
Marsh, Daniel C, lawyer. 
Martin, Thomas, boots and shoes. 
McHench. William J., physician. 
Mountain. J. S., painter. 
Naylor. William H., hardware. 
Piiip & B<*nker (Henry Pipp and John Ben- 

ker) carriage makers. 
Sowlc. Eli L., moat market. 
Sowle, Henrv', harness maker. 
Stenberger, tStnierick, blacksmith. 
Tanner & Hause (G(H)rge C. Tanner and H. 

C. Uausc), che«?se factory. 
Thomson, David, foundry. 

BROCKWAY. 

A township and ]M)8t village of St. CSair 
C43unty, 5H miles north of Detroit. Nearest 
shipping ]K)int Port Huron. It contains 
tliree churches, a store, a hotel, saw mill 
and mechanic shoiw. Population of town- 
ship. 800 ; population of village, 100. Pod- 
master — Jonn Grinnell. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — David Brown, 
r^r*— E. B. Chamberlain. 
IVensurer — Jesse A. (V)le. 

lilat of Prol^twlona, Trades. ete« 

Arzeno, E. M., stave doaler. 
Balenton, W. H., general store. 
Boyce, James J., goneral store. 
Brockway, C, lu>t<*l. 
Rrown, Rev. David. 
Brown, James, car]M»nter. 
Darcey, William, carriage maker. 



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Thomas, blacksmith. 

lan, Henry, mason. 

rd, John, machinist. 

in, John, mason. 

B, Rev. Thomas. 

jum, Clark, justice of the peace. 



BRONSON.V^ 

iwnship and post village of Branch 
, on the Michigan Southern and 
tm Indiana railroad, 140 miles south- 
rom Detroit. The village contains 
ist church, a weekly newspaper, one 
shop, two shingle mills, seven stores, 
w mills, two flour mills, one tannery, 
[lotels, and several mechanic shops, 
ition about 600. It has a daily mail. 
uter — Abbott Theron. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Tvisar — Darius Monroe. 

'c — William H. Compton. 

isurer — O. B. Nichols. 

t or ProflDMlons, Trades^ ete* 

k, T. & Co., publisher of the Herald. 

, , livery stable. 

;t, E. G., saw, shingle and lath mill. 
;t. S. E., boot and shoe maker, 
•n House, McDaniel, proprietor. 

Warren, physician. 
, Horace, saw mill. 
L. D., general store. 
George W., carpenter. 
k Waite, druffs and hardware. 
«n, William H., lawyer, 
on. Ransom, justice of the peace. 
1, Moses G., mason. 

William, carpenter. 
J, J. D., grocer. 

I, George F., justice of the peace, 
rd, W. B., agent M. S. & N. I. R. R. 
«, D. &J., saw^ mill. 

I, A. J., carpenter. 

a, William, carpenter. 
[ra D., jeweler. 

Nelson, saw mill. 

Elijah, propr. Exchange Hotel. 
,T R., grocer. 

& Elarle, general store. 

John, X)ainter. 

e, Darius, justice of the peace, 
e, D. & S. (Darius and Seth), saw mill. 

Austin, cooper. 
Ian & Nott, shingle mill. 

II, Marshall, general store. 
Robert W., painter. 

, Augustus, general store. 
fe Cole, meat market. 
B, Henry, general store, 
jr, D. D., saw mill, 
jn. Rev. Phillip, (Baptist.) 
', John, blacksmith, 
a, Lester, carpenter. 
, S. O., blacksmith. 



Stevenson, Robert, livery stable. 
Swift, E., justice of the peace. 
Turner, Allen, carriage maker. 
Tyler, W. H., blacksmith. 
Venery & Parrish, machine shop. 
Weatherwax, James, cabinet maker. 
Whitaker, David H., tannery. 
Willcox. W. W., boot and shoe dealer. 
Wood, Smith, grocer. 

BROOKFIELD. 

A township and post yilla«^ of Eaton 
county, 15 miles north of Albion, on the 
Michigan Central railroad. 

BROOKLYN. 

A thriving post village of Jackson coun- 
ty, between the townships of Napoleon and 
Columbia, 4 miles south of Napoleon Sta- 
tion, on the Jackson branch of the Michi- 
gan Southern railroad. It contains three 
churches, four stores, a lodge of Masons, 
also one of Odd Fellows, a hotel, a foundry, 
a saw and a flouring mill, and the usual me- 
chanical trades. Population, 400. Daily 
mail. Postnuuter — ^Henry A. Harman. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Hile Woodard. 
Clerk — James Holladay. 
Treasurer — A. C. Ennis. 

BOARD OF EDUCATIOK. 

Moderator — Joseph N. Townsend. 
Dire4!tor—Z. L. Butterfield. 
Assessor — J. W. Sharp. 
Irustees — Day Jones, A. P. Cook, Joseph 
N. Townsen \, J. L. Butterfield, J. W. Sharp. 

SOCIETIES. 

i 

Brooklyn Lodge, No, 169, F, 4b A. JT.— 
Meets Monday evenings,on or after full moon 
in each month. 

Brooklyn Lodge, L 0. of G. T., No. 848— 
Meets Friday evening of each week at Felt's 
Hall. 

lilat of IProt^mmioMfj Trade*) ete. 

Abbott, Rev. F. C, (Episcopal.) 

Ambler, Frederick, carpenter. 

Ambler, William H., carpenter. 

Bartlett, S. L., carpent^. 

Blanchard. John U., justice of the peace. 

Brighton, Edward, meat market. 

Butterfield, John L., flour and saw mill, and 
insurance agent. 

Buss, Daniel, carpenter. 

Burtram, George, carpenter. 

Cook & Harmon (Addison P. Cook and Per- 
ry Harmon), general store. 

Crowell, J. R.. physician. 

Culver & Clark (William S. Culver and Hen- 
ry S. Clark), general store. 
* Ennis, Ara C, general store. 

Felt, G. H., blacksmith. 



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Felt, George H., foundry. 

Foote & Gardner (Orlando Foote and LuciuB 

Gardner), boot and shoe makers. 
Foster & Michael (Oscar Foster and John 

Michael), harness makers. 
Freeman, George B., painter. 
Gorton, Duty, general store. 
Harrison, Wocndthrope, hotel. 
Uenshaw, J. P., dentist. 
Ide, William, livery stable and proprietor 

of Brooklyn and Napoleon stage. 
Jones, Day, lawyer. 
La Mountain, Edward, jeweler. 
•^ Jones, L. M., homoeopathic physician. 
Kline, Frederick, merchant tailor. 
Pitcher & Underbill (William H. Pitcher 

and Samuel Underbill), carriage makers. 
Severence, William, mason. 
Sharp, John, justice of the peace. 
Sheridan, Michael, grocer and saloon. 
Sherod, Rev. Thomas, (Presbyterian.) 
Soper, Edward, livery stable. 
St. John. James, mason. 
St. John, Jason, mason. 
St. John, Smith, carpenter. 
Thompson & Jones (Barazella Thompson and 

Day Jones), blacksmiths. 
Walker, George, boot and shoe maker. 
Wright, George, painter. 

BROOKS. 

A township of Newaygo county, contain- 
ing the post village of Newaygo. 

BROWNSTOWN. 

A township and post office in Wayne 
county, 25 miles south of Detroit. The 
township contains the villages of Flat Rock 
and Gibraltar, in the former of which is 
located the post office of Brownstown. This 
village contains six stores, two churches, 
two flour mills, a hotel and a variety of 
shops, mills, factories, and professions. 
Population of township 1,500. Population 
of village 500. Nearest shipping point Hu- 
ron station, 2i miles, on Detroit, Monroe and 
Toledo railroad. Stages three times a day. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — John Hitchcock. 
C^r^—Cyrus Styles. 
Treasurer — Mark» Worden. 
lilflf of ProflDMlonsy Trades, ete» 

Chapin & Vreeland, general store. 

Clark, , general store. 

Farnham, James, boots and shoes. 
Garretson, Freeland, boots and shoes. 
Garretson, Mrs., milliner. 
Garretson Garrett, boots and shoes. 
Hooper, William H., hctel and stave dealer. 
Herryman, Oscar, carpenter. 
Lawrence, Henry B., carriage maker. 
Lawton, W. F. & Co., general store. 
Lobdell, Hiram W., physician. 



Meecham, Rev.. (Congregational.) 
Merrel, Henry B., carriage maker. 
Murray, R. B., justice of the peace. 
Pierson, Benjamin W., carpenter. 
Pierson, Joseph A., general store. 
Ransom, Russel, general store. 
Sherburn, Charles, blacksmith. 
Sherwood, Charles, blacksmith. 
Styles & Burton, flouring mill. 
Thorn, William, general store. 
Vreeland, Seward W., flouring mill. 
Voylan, William, physician. 
Watters. William, shingle mill and livery 

stable. 
Worden, Marcus, mason. 



BROWNSVILLE. 

A small post village in Cass county. 
Nearest shipping point Dowagiac, 15 miles. 
Population, 200. Semi-weekly mall. Poii- 
master — ^Lewis Cowgill. 

lilflt or ProflDS»loii«9 Trades, etc. 
Aker, John W., pump maker. 
Banks, Aaron O., general store. 
Cowgill, Joel, grocer. 
Chess, Findley, flour mill. 
Garwood, Levi J., carpenter. 
Gregg, Phineas, carpenter. 
Hull, Amy E., milliner. 
Hubert, James, cabinet maker. 
Lee, John, boots and shoes and groceries. 
River, James, carpenter. 
Shaw, Peter, basket maker. 
Smith, Judson, saw mill. 
Wright & Chess, flouring mill, 

BUCHANAN.v/ 

An important and flourishing incorporated 
post village of Berrien county, on the Michi- 
gan Central railroad, 197 miles southwest 
from Detroit, and 96 miles from Chicago, 
and on McCoy's creek, a branch of the St. 
Joseph river, which furnishes abundant mo- 
tive power for numerous millB and manu- 
facturing establishments in the Ullage, 
adding largely to the wealth and import- 
ance of the place. It also eigoys an exten- 
sive retail trade, the village being pleasant- 
ly located in the midst of a ridi farming 
country. Ten stores were erected here the 
past season, eight of which are elegant 
brick structures. It contains five churdies, 
(Methodist. Adventist, Presbyterian, Ded- 

£les and United Brethren), one lodge each 
lasons and Good Templars, two weekly 
newspapers, the Buchanan Weekly Union, 
Republican, and the Vake of the Wed, Ad- 
ventist, two flouring mills, two hotels, to- 
gether with manuukctories of sash, doors, 
blinds, shingles, etc., a large wooden bowl 
manu&ctory, and a manufactory of cabinet 
ware, and about 80 stones. Population 
about 2.500. A daily mail is received. 
Postmaster — ^L. P. Alexander. 



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YILLAOE OFFICERS. 

I^resid^rU-^ohn D. Ross. 

Bee&rder — ^Norris Merrill. 

JfortAol— SanfoTd Smith. 

IVi«J<^4J*— L. P. Alexander, John D. Mil- 
ler, A. C. lH,y, H. N. Hathaway. Elijah 
Peck, J. M. Roe. 

lAmt of Profusions, Trmdes, ete. 

American Hotel, Henry Curtis, proprietor. 
Angle Myer, Jacoh, chair manumcturer. 
Anson, Abram, carpenter. 
Arthur, Mrs. Mary, bakery and confection- 
ery. 
Atwood & IngersoU (Stephen Atwood and 

Philo F. IngersoU), blacksmiths. 
Bthmgee, Edward, justice of the peace. 
Baldwin, M. N., mason. 

IBtrnes, Alexander, boot and shoe maker. 
Batchelor k Brothers, grocers. 
Beardsley & Son, carriage makers. 

Beckwith, Joeiah R., justice of the peace. 

BUck k Co. (C. H. and S. H. Black), bed- 
stead manufactory. 

Bfown, Isaac, carpenter. 

Ciriton, F. S., dentist. 

Ckthcart. M., picture gallery. 

Ottton k Son (William and Columbus C. 
Catton), dry goods. 

Chittenden, Henry, painter. 

Churchill k Michael, tin ware manufactur- 
ers. 

Clark k Alexander (Charles Clark and L. P. 
Alexander), dry goods. 

Colllni A. Wearer (N. B. Collins and 
Philander Weaver), hardware store. 

Curtis, Henry, propr. American Hotel. 

Dar & Binns (Andrew C. Day and Benjamin 
Knns), grocers. 

Deismond, John, general store. 

Dodd, Brother & Co. (E. S. and T. A. Dodd 
tnd G. Morris), manufacturers of Dodd's 
patent medicines. 

Dutton, George, saw mill. 

Fender, John, tailor. 

Fowler, Rev. J. W. (Methodist). 

Foliar, Rev. William (Presbyterian). 

Gilbert, F., mason. 

OoaUne, P. V., blacksmith. 

Oiain, Mrs. Louisa, milliner. 

M, Edward k Co., flouring mill. 

Hlnes, J. v.. publisher of " Voice of the 
Wert." 

Boniker, F., meat market. 

Bowe, Richards k Co. (H. G. Howe, G. H. 
Bichards), and , general store. 

Jones, Thomas, barber. 

Uwton k Kelder, what-not manufactory. 

Uoyd k Tomer, publishers of *' Buchanan 
Union." 

Uther k Russell (J. Luther and J. M. Rus- 
■ell), dry goods. 

Manchester, A. J., painter. 

Mansfield, Rev. Daniel (Adventist). 

Maasey. T. F., physician. 

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Mead, Myron, saw mill. 

Merrill, William S., justice of the peace. 

Miller k Einny, masons. 

Montgomery, David, painter. 

Mowr>' k Badgley (Hiram Mowry and David 
Badgley), blacksmiths. 

Myers k High (A. W. Myers and Eli High), 
livery stable. 

Myers, P. B., physician. 

Ormiiby, Hill A Co. (J. B. Ormsby, Ed- 
ward llill and ), wooden bowl manu- 
factory. 

Ormsby, JT. B., propr. Tremont House. 
Osbom k Holler (William Osbom and Phil- 
lip Holler), druggists. 
Pcarcc k Foster ( Pearce and Andrew 

Foster), physicians. 
Pearce, Miss, milliner. 
Pears k Rough (W. M. Pears and David 

Rough), flouring mill. 
Perrott k Binns (John Perrott and J. P. 

Binns), brick makers. 
Plimpton, E. M., lawyer. 
Post k Fox (J. N. Post and W. H. Fox), dry 

goods and clothing. 
Prouty, Rev. William (United Brethren). 
Rea, William, harness nuifirer. 
Redden k Duncan (S. W. Redden and James 

Duncan), grocers. 
Rhodes, J. K., grocery and bakery. 
Richards, Alfred, lumber dealer. 
Roe, J. H. k Co. (J. H. and Charles), dry 

goods. 
Roe k Marahoff'(Eli J. Roe and Henry Mar- 

ahoff), machinists. 
Roe, C, steam saw mill. 
Ross k Fulton (J. D. RossandT. M. Fulton), 

bankers. 
Sanford k Gasley (B. C. Sanford and David 

Gasley), saw milL 
Saunders, A. F., boot and shoe maker. 
Shepardson k Penwell (Ira Shepardson and 

Eli Penwell). saw mill. 
Sherwood. James, carjjenter. 
Smith & Blakely, coopers. 
Smith, Fitzhugh &Co. (G. W. Smith, L. W. 

Fitzhugh and ), munufacturers of 

broom, fork and hoe handles, saw mill and 

stave cutting machines. 
Smallsbury k Dunbar (W. F. Smallsbury 

and A. Dunbar;, saloon. 
Taylor, Joseph, painter. 
Terriere k Strong (Daniel Terriere and H. 

F. Strong), boot and shoe manufactory. 
Tremont Houne, J. B. Ormsby, propr. 
Weaver, David, saw mill. 
Welch, John C, jewelry store. 
Welch, William, grocer. 
White & Howard (Frederick White and 

John S. Howard), livery stable. 
Williams, William, saw mill. 
Willetts, Brothers, (Ira, Alfred and William 

B.), nursery. 
Wilson, Ephraim, carpenter. 

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BUCHANAN. 
A township of Berrien county, containing 
an incorporated village of the same name, 
intersected by the St. Joseph river and Mc- 
Coy's creek. Population of township exclu- 
sive of village, 1,200. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Amos H. Clark. 
CUrk—^oTiiB Merrill. 
Treasurer — Homer Hathaway. 



BUCK CREEK. 
A poet village of Kent county, in the 
township of Burns, 10 miles south of Grand 
Rapids, on the stage route from that place 
to nidamazoo. 



BUELL. 

A township and post office of Sanilac 
county, north north east of Detroit 90 miles, 
and lb miles west of Lexington, its nearest 
express office and shipping point. It has 
one store and a lodge of Good Templars. 
Semi weekly mail. Jropulation, 800. Post- 
master — James Van Camp. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Thomas Delaney. 
Clerk — John Erskine. 
Treasurer — James Van Camp. 
I<lat of Professions, Trmdes, ete. 

Donelly, Patrick Justice of the peace.- 
Erksine, Alexander, justice of the peace. 
Erskine, John, justice of the peace. 
Gaffiiey, James, stave dealer. 
Hulverson, Hubner, mason. 
King, William, carpenter. 
Norman, James, carpenter. 
Potts, John, hotel. 
Tolby, Mrs., milliner. 
Vancamp, Joseph, saloon. 
Vancamp, James, justice of the peace. 
Vancamp, Samuel, hotel. 



BUENA VISTA. 
A township of Saginaw county, contain- 
ing the flourishing city of East Saginaw. 
The surface of the township is mostly in 
heavy timber, and is low, level and partially 
marshy. 



BUNKER HILL. 
A small post village of Ingham county, 75 
miles northwest from Detroit. 



BURCHVILLE. 

A township of St. Clair county, bordering 
upon Lake Huron. Population, 3,000, most- 
ly engaged in fishing and lumbering. 



BURLINGTON. 

A township and post village in Calhoun 
county, on the St. Joseph's river, 14 miles 

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two churches, (Methodist and Freewill Bap 
tist), five stores and various mechanic shops. 
It has a lodge of Good Templars of 130 mem. 
bers. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor— MeiTtin Hadsell. 
Glerkr—R. F. Watkins. 
Treasurer — Oliver Sanders. 
I<lst of Prof)9Mlons, Trades, etc. 

Brockwav. Alexander, blacksmith. 
Elwood, *Rev. Elder, (Baptist.) ' 
Edwards, E. N., general store. 
French, Marshall, hotel. 
Gaylord, Qriswold, general store. 
Green, George H., physician. 
Grulton, A. §., cooper. 
Hobert & Pierce, flour and saw mill. 
Ogden, William, machinist. 
Parrott, Edwin, mason. 
Parrott, George H., blacksmith. 
Raymond, Lewis, blacksmith. 
Sanders, Joseph, Jr., carpenter. 
Sanders, B. F., carpenter. 
Sanders, Daniel B., carpenter. 
Tuttle, Rev., (Methodist.) 
Warren, Jacob, general store. 
Watkins, E. M., drug store. 

BURNS. 
A township and post village of Shiawas- 
see county, 5 miles south of the Detroit and 
Milwaukee railroad. Nearest express office 
Gaines, 6 miles. It contains also the village 
of Byron. Daily mail. Population of the 
township, 1,100. Postmaster — John J. 
Gaylord. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Nelson Van Zant. 
Clerk—if. GuUck. 
Treasurer — I. S. Bamum. 
I<tst of Prof)9«ilons, Trades, etc. 

Allen, H. S., cabinet maker. 

Davis, John, physician. 

Fisher, Daniel, flouring mill. 

Reeves, Thompson H., justice of the peace. 

Rowe, John I., grocer. 

Stone & Wescott, saw mill. 

Walcott, Henry J., carpenter. . 

BURR OAK.>/ 

A township and incorporated post village 
of St. Joseph county, on the Michigan Soutn- 
em Railroad. It contains two churches, 
one Masonic lodge (ICagle. No. 124), one saw 
and grist mill, one iron foimdry, two hotels, 
ten stores, and many professions and trades. 
Population of townsnip, 8,(K)0; population 
of village, 1,000. Dailv mail. Postmatter 
— Bliss N. Stone. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — William H. Cross. 
CferA— Nathan H. Soule. 
2V«Mt/rer— Charles N. Gilcrist. 



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Premdeni — Dr. Favette Parsons. 
Rtcorder — Charles Betts. 
Trustf^* — Lewis Shuart, Ira C. Abbott, 
Junes Caldwell. 

List of Profusions, Trades, etc. 
Aiken. George, boots and shoes. 
Bolson. Miss PhcEbe, milliner. 
Bordner, George, justice of the peace. 
Botts, Hiram, justice of the peace. 
Boove, Harper, jewele*. 
Boyles, George, livery stable. 
Burr, Elias, livery stable. 
Cadwcll k Ste))per (E. J. Cadwell and John 

Stei)per), grrxrers. 
Caldwell, Evauder L.. cabinet maker. 
Cowles. Oscar L., justice of the peace. 
Crane. Caleb J., flour mill. 
Crawford & Wood (George Crawford and O. 

H. Wood), physicians. 
Cross & Co. (Cyrus and Asahel), carriage 

makers. 
Dow, Uriah, cooper. 
Fay, H. S., general store. 
Parley, Miss Irene, milliner. 
Ferris, Stephen H., carriage maker. 
Flemming, Rev. S. (Presbyterian). 
Ford. George W., harness maker. 
Fonnan & Son (James and Alexander For- 

man), grocers. 
(}amber, Caspar, merchant. 
(}aorge, Erastus, general store. 
Hamilton, Edwin H., commission merchant. 
Hill, Elias, blacksmith. 
Johnson, Rev. C. H. (Baptist). 
Kenyon, James J., proprietor Eagle Hotel. 
Kibbe, W. H., cabinet maker. 
King, Alfred H., carpenter and builder. 
Klose, John, general store. 
Loomis, Harvey, physician. 
McKay & Gorton (Wallace T. McKay and 

Thomas Gorton), druggists. 
Mills, Erastus F., carriage maker. 
Mills & Bro. (James and Charles N. Mills), 

druggists. 
McMillan. Abraham, blacksmith. 
Need ham, Samuel, justice of the peace. 
Noe, Jacob & Sons (Jacob, Henry and Wal- 
lace Noe), hardware. 
Ottmer, Michael, boots and shoes. 
Parsons, Fayette, ])hy8ician. 
Perkins, Benjamin G., telegraph operator. 
Phelps, John H., station agent Michigan 

Southern Railroad. 
Pionkowsky, Henry V., jeweler. 
Randolph. John, blacksmith. 
Ransom, layman H., hardware. 
Ricliardson. Mrs. Angeline, Burr Oak Hotel. 
Selby & Alien (William Selby and Ira M. 

Allen), saw mill. 
Schmidt, Adolphus, general store. 
Silverthome, Ambrose, merchant tailor. 
Shaw Brothers (Erastus and Admetus 
Shaw), saw mill. 

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Shuart, Mrs. L., milliner. 

Shuart, Lewis, saloon. 

Soule, Nathan H., lawyer. 

Stone, Bliss N., general store. 

Strickland, George W., blacksmith. 

Thornton, Charles, produce dealer, etc. 

Tyler, Hiram, general store. 

Van Allen, Peter, carpenter and builder. 

Watson, John, found y. 

BUSHNELL. 



A township situated in the southern part 
of Montcalm county, 135 miles northwest of 
Detroit. 



BUSHNELL CENTRE. 
A small post village of Montcalm county, 
12 miles north of Ionia, on the Detroit and 
Milwaukee railroad. 



BUTLER. 

A township and post office in the north- 
east comer of Branch county. It has three 
church societies, one Masonic lodge, one 
store, one hotel, and several mills. The 
township has a very productive soil, and is 
heavily timbered. Nearest- shipping point 
Quincy, on Michigan Southern ndlroad. 
Population, 1,200. Weekly mail. Port- 
rruuter — B. H. Calkins. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supertisar — B. A. Calkins. 

C/^A^— Daniel Qark. 

Treasurer — Francis M. Bissell. 

I<lst of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Calkins, Moses V.. cabinet maker. 

Cory, Bryant H., car])enter. 

Delamater, H. S., mason. 

Dolph, S. H., cooper. 

Germond, G. S., blacksmith. 

Hagar, William H., physician. 

Hagar, John C'., carriage maker. 

Knowles, Samuel, shingle dealer. 

McDonald, J. & J., blacksmiths. 

Olin, E. & C, saw mill. 

Paul, John, boots and shoes. 

Pierce, Stephen V., wagon maker. 

Powers, H. B., cooper and justice of the 

]K?ace. 
Shook & Purdy. lumber dealers. 
Warren, Miles, blacksmith. 
Warren, W. L., cooper. 
Waterman, David, mason. 
Williams, Asa, physician. 

BTRON. 

A township of Kent county, containing 
the post village of Buck Creek. 

BYRON. 

A thriving village of Shiawassee county, 
in the township of Bums, on the Shiawassee 
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river, 65 miles northwest from Detroit, and j Hickey, S. K., mason. 
5 miles south of Gaines, on the Detroit and Labarge, Benjamin, blacksmith. 
Milwaukee railroad, which is the nearest { Minzie, James, machinist. 
Bhipping point. The village contains one i Newson, William, boots and shoes. 
Presbyterian and one Methodist church, a I Russell. Alladin. harness maker, 
lodge of Odd Fellows (Byron, No. 43). also . Thomas, Abner D., real estate agent 
a lodge of Good Templars and a lodge of i White, Levi, juHtice of the [Xiaco. 
Masons, several good schools, one flour and 
saw mill, two furnaces, one wagon shop, 
two boot and shoe shops, one gun shop, two 
hotels and seven stores. It has a daily mail. 
Postfnaster — Charles Lemon. 



Wood, William L, carpenter. 



I<lat of ProflDMilons, Trades, etc. 

Austin, A. S., physician. 

Baruum, Theodore, foundry and machine 

shop. 
Bainbridge, Albert, propr. Lee's Hotel. 
Betterley, Adam S., car|)enter. 
Burt & Clark, wagon makers. 
Close, J. B., general store. 

Clark, , irrm foundry*. 

C'(X)k, Horace L., hardware store. 

Davis, John, physician. 

Gulick, Nicholas, justice of the peace. 

Guliok, Mrs., milliner. 

Knapp, Owen, cabinet maker. 

M(mroe, Mrs. Elizabeth, milliner. 

Patridge, , general store. i 

Phillips, Charles, picture gallery. 

Kathbun, James, blacksmith. I 

liamsdell, Gideon, groceries, drugs, boots \ 

and shoes. < 

Richards, Rev., (Methodist.) 
iioberts, Isaac L., general store, flouring, i 

saw and plaster mill. 
Sleet. James, physician and druggist. 

Swick, , justice of the i>eace. 

Webster, Hiram, physician. 

CALEDONIA. i 

A township and post village of Kent 
county, on the stage route from Ada to Bat- 
tle Creek. Thornapule river furnisher it a 
g(Kxi water power. It has one church and 
several stores and mechanics' shops. Pop- 
ulation, 950. Nearest express ofkce, Ada, 
12 miles. Daily mail. Postmaster— O. B. 
Barber. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — A. B. Sherk. 
Clerk^Oeorge Fox. 
Tj'easurer — ^Edward Dunham. 
List of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Alden, Elijah, cabinet maker. 
Barber, Oscar B., justice of the |)eacc. 
Brown, William, flouring and saw mills. 
Culver, Lewis M.. physidan. 
Fairchilds, Rev. John (Baptist). 
Farnham, Benjamin, carpenter. 
Fralick, Boyce & Beamer, general store. 
Fox, George, physician and justice of the 

peace. 
Hall, Warren S., general store. 



CALEDONIA. 
A township of Shiawassee county, con- 
taining the incorporated village of Corunna. 

t TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. • 

Snperrisor — Hugh McCurdy. 
CUrk — James Anderson. 
I'reasurcr — John M. Fitch. 



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A townshi]) and post village in Branch 
I county, 10 miles south of Quincy, on tbe 
' Michigan Southern Railroacl, which is ito 
' nearest shi])ping ]X)int. Population, 850. 
. There are four religious denominations in 
j the place, but no church buildings. Two 
; stores, one saw mill and several mechanic^ 
sho|)s. Weekly mail. PottnuuUr — J. H. 
i Lawrence. 

' TOWNSHIP 0FFICBR8. 

Supervisor — David Paul. 
Clerk — James N. .Vvorill. 
Ire.asurer — Robert Cairns. 

List of Prof)9Sslons, Trades, etc. 

Bates, Archibald, carriage maker. 
Cnrsithen*. Williiini, carriage maker. 
Cast*. Miirtin V. B., blacksmith. 
Gn»er, William, blacksmith. 
Jt?ifers. George, boot and shoe maker. 
Kelrto, Henry, general merchant. 
Lawrence. Joseph W., blacksmith. 
Lawrence, Mrs., milliner. 
Nichols, William N., carpenter. 
Paul, David, justice of the peace. 
Paul. James, j usticc of the i)eace. 
Reading. Charles, ])hysiciau. 
Tallmadge, William, carpenter. 
Wilkinson, Warren, general merchant. 



CALVIN. 
A township of Cass county. 
1,500. 



Population, 



CAMBRIA. 
A township of Hillsdale county, 100 
miles south-west from Detroit, containing 
the post village of Cambria Mills. 

TOWNSHIP OFFK'KRS. 

Supervisor — Charlw (i. Robertson. 
GUrk—WvixWn C. Barrett. 



Trca^un^r — Wells Whitney. 
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CAMBRIA MILLS. 

A poet villago in the township of Cam- 
bria, Hillsdale county, 100 miles south- 
west from Detroit, on the Reading and Hills- 
dale stage route. It contains a Methodist 
church, a school, one hotel, a saw mill, flour 
mill, two stores and several mechanical and 
professional trades. Goods are shipped 
over the Michigan Southern Railroad, via 
Hillsdale. Population of township, 1,500. 
Postmaster — George F. Haughtby. 

I<lst of Prof)Mftions, Trades^ etc. 

Boardman, D., wagon maker. 

Boardman. Mrs., milliner. 

Bush. Jacob, miller. 

Chapman. Hiram B., insurance agent. 

Cook, Rev. Franklin (Methodist). 

Delpen, Philip, justice of the peace. 

Eves, William, physician. 

Gregg, Bennett, carpenter. 

Gilbert, C. T., dry goods and groceries. 

Haughtby, George F., notary public. 

Haughtby, John, carpenter. 

Haughtby, Wheeler & Co., boot and shoe 

store. 
Hollenshead, James, flour and sawmill. 
Hutchings & Co., blacksmiths. 
Kisselring, Jacob, cooper. 
Eisselring, George, cooper. 
Eissclring & Bail, stave factory. 
McDermund, Charles, brick maker. 
NeblaclL, James, physician. 
Nichols, Tibbets, justice of the peace. 
Phinney, Rev. Ralph. 
Phinney, Ralph, oar maker. 
Powers, Blair & C-o., blacksmiths. 
Shrone, Jesse, mill wright. 
Smith, Gilbert & Co., manufacturers of 

watei* drawers. 
Stevens, Mrs. & Miss, milliners. 
Wheeler, Rev. Marion (Methodist). 
Wheeler, M., tailor. ^ 

Tonker & Bassett, druggists and grocers. 



CAMBRIDGE. 
A township of Lenawee county, 
tion, about 1,500. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 



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8npertisor—C. H. Dewey. 
CZerfc— William Rodgers. 
Treasurer — Andrew Ayres. 



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CAMDEN 
A township and nost village of Hillsdale 
county, on the sout-nem border of the State. 
Nearest express office Hillsdale, 15^ miles. 
It contains three stores, a hotel and several 
mills and mechanic shops. The township 
contains also the post office of Edinburgh. 
Population, 1,600. Daily mail. PoHmasUr 
—Frederick Chester. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Swpertisor — Almon Day. 
Clerk — Nathan Alvord. 
Trea^irer — William Chester. 

litst of ProftaslonMy Trades, etc* 

Alvord, H. & N., general store. 

Banc, P., wagon maker. 

Brown, Chanes, foimdry. 

Brown, Parley, lawyer. 

Cartwright, M. A., blacksmith. 

Chester, E. T. & O. D., flouring and saw 

mill. 
Chester, E. T., real estate agent. 
Cooney, James, justice of the peace and saw 

mill. 
C/Ough, D., wagon maker. 
Cutting, James, saw mill. 
Fast, Martin, blacksmith. 
Filkins, James, general store. 
Fitzsimmons, James, justice of the peace. 
Frost, J., blacksmith. 
Kilbum, J. W., painter and engraver. 
House, H. N., painter and engraver. 
Headley, John, physician. 
Longstrcet, A. J., boots and shoes. 
Mingers, Enoch, blacksmith. 
Mowery. Henry, blacksmith. 
Rodgers, William, cabinet maker. 
Seeley k Cough (J. Seeley and J. Cough), 

druggists. 
Shook li Rigleman, saw mill. 
Storer, John W., boots and shoes. 
St. John k Bradley (A. J. St. John and 

James Bradley), tannery. 
Ward, Gilbert D., miller. 
Whaley, L. O., physician. 
Whaley, William, blacksmith. 
Wigent, C, hotel. 
Wiilard, W. H., physician. 
Worton, George, brewer and wire weaver. 
Young, W. & J. J., general store. 



CAMPBELL. 
A township and post office of Ionia 
county. 



CANANDAIO-UA. 

A village of Lenawee county, in the town- 
ship of Medina, containing 150 inhabitants, 
two churches (Methodist and Congregation- 
al), a hotel, general store, several mechan- 
ics' shops, etc. It is situated four miles 
south of the Michigan Southern Railroad, 
80 miles south-west of Detroit, and 16 miles 
from Adrian. It is connected by daily stage 
with Clayton, the nearest station on the 
Michigan Southern Railroad. Postmaster 
— Zebedec McOmber. 

I<lst of ProfDsslons, Trades, ete. 
Baldwin, Charles, manufiacturer of spokes, 

felloes, etc. 



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Castleinan. William, blacksmith. 

Ca vender, John, justice of the peace, insur- 
ance and claim agent. 

Chap])ell, C. E.. ])h>'Kician. 

Crouch, Frank A., manufacturer of spokes, 
felloes, etc. 

Denver. John, carriage maker. 

Dyer, Rev. (Congrcjgational). 

Fink, David, blacksmith. 

Johnson, Oliver, ))ainter. 

Kine, Christ., blacksmith. 

Nicliols, A. T., car))enter. 

Norris. Rev. (Methodist.) 

Rorick, J. HI., hotel. Union Hall. 

Russell, Joseph, boot and shoe maker. 

Swift. Judsrm, saw mill. 

Tompkins, James, cooper. 

Tompkins, William, stock dealer. 

Welch, John, stock dealer. 

Wilson, Philo, general store. 

CANNON. 
A township of Kent county, 150 miles 
north-west from Detroit. Has a rolling 
surface and good soil, well adapted to graz- 
ing and farming purposes, well water^ by 
numerous small streams. Population, 
about 1,500. 



CANNONSBUR&. 

A flourishing post village of Kent county, 
in the township of Cannon, on a branch of 
Grand River, seven miles north of Ada 
station, on the Detroit and Milwaukee Rail- 
road, 150 miles north-west from Detroit. 



CANTON. 

A township and post office of Wayne 
countv, 25 miles west of Detroit. Popula- 
tion, i, GOO. 



CAPAC. 
A ix)st village in the township of Mussey, 
St. Clair county. It contains several re- 
ligious denominations, a good school, two 
stores, and several meclianics* shops. 

CARLISLE. 
A poet office in the township of Kalamo, 
in Eattm county, 22 miles from Battle Creek, 
Semi-weekly mail. Postmaster— J . W. 
Hall. 

I<lat of ProfDMilons, Trades, etc. 
Ellis, Edward, carpenter. 
Hall, John W., physician. 
Keen, Jonathan £., broom maker. 
Robinson, C. A., saw mill and rake factory. 
Stone, Rev. (Methodist). 
Wells, G. & Q. A., flouring and saw mill. 



CARLTON. 

A township and post village of Barry 
coimty, 150 miles westerly from Detroit. 



It has four churches (Baptist, Wesleyan, 
Episcopal, and United Bretliren.) Popula- 
tion, 1.000. 

CABMEL. 

A township of Elaton county. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — G. T. Rand. 
CUrk—E. A. Kosler. 
Treasurer— J. W. Amos. 



CARROLLTON. 
A township and village of Saginaw oounj 
ty. The village is situated on the west 
bank of the Saginaw river, one mile below 
the bridge at East Saginaw. It has nine 
ext-onsive salt works, three stoamnw miile, 
thre(> stave and barrel factories, two gener 
al str>re8, a hotel, etc. The post ofllGe was 
established in April, 1864. PostmasUr-C. 
E. Gillett. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEB8. 

Supervisor — C'harles E. Gillett. 
C^rA;— Archibald Bierd. 
Treasurer ^MRTtin Stoker. 
Iitmt of ProftMiloDs, Trmdes, etc. 

Abbs, Robert, stave and barrel manu&c- 

turer. 
Arndt, August F., blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Babcock, Henry, boarding house. 
Ballentine, H. A. & Co., Chicago salt works. 
Birid, William, salt works. 
Birid, Jos(»ph, salt works. 
Carrollton Mills salt works, J. P. Allison, 

agent. 
Chicago Salt and Lumber Company, U. 8. 

Gilbert, 8up<»rintendent. 
Crowd, RtMilM»n, j>hyslcian. 
Empire Barrel Company, C. E. Gilbert, 

president. 
Empire Salt Company, William P. Letch- 

warth, president (res. Bufl[alo), Alexan* 

der Reid. superintendent. 
Flannigan, Thomas J., (*arrollton House. 
Gelston, Rev. M. (Presbyterian). 
Gillett, Charles E., real estate and insurance 

agent. 
Gould, Erastus F., saw and stave mill. 
Harrington. F. & Co. (F. Harrington and 

Reuben Crowell), general store. 
Jenime, Hale & Campbell, lumber mills. 
Kramer, Peter, general store. 
Madden. Patrick, restaurant. 
Orange County Salt Works, Leander Brink, 

su(>erint(m(ient. 
Saginaw Valley Salt ComiMiny, D. Stewart, 

j)resident (res. IX'troit), James Ure, su- 

])erintendent. 
Webster, S. H., saw mill and salt works. 



CASCADE. 
A township and ])ost village in Kent 
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and Hastings stage Tonte, 10 miles south- 
east of Grand Rapids. The town has one 
of the finest water powers in the State, 
and is sorroonded by an excellent farming 
district. The village contains two churches, 
one hotel, a good school and several stores. 

CASCO. 

A township and post office of St. Clair 
coanty. 



CASS. 
A poet office in the township of Wright, 
Hillsdale county, two miles west of Hudson, 
its nearest shipping point and express of- 
fice, on the Mich^n Southern railroad. 
PoHmnMer — Henry M. Pratt. 

List or Proftaalona, Trades, etc. 
Bennett, E., blacksmith. 
Cltrk, A. W., notary public. 

Coil. . blacksmith. 

Dowrner. Rev. L. B. (Methodist). 
Harris, David, justice of the peace. 
Pratt, Henry M., general store. 

CASSOPOLIS. 

The county seat of Cass county is a post 
village of 550 inhabitants, situated in the 
township of La Grange, on the stage route 
from Duwa^ac to Elkhart, between the 
Michigan Southern and Michigan Central 
niilroads. Should the contemplated Michi- 
gan Grand Trunk railroad be built, Cassop- 
olis will be included in its line. It contains, 
besides some fine county buildings, two 
charrhos, a flourishing Union school, a lodge 
etch of Masons, Odd Fellows and Good 
Templars, two hotels, a weekly newspaper, 
tbe National Democrat, a steam saw and 
flouring mill, besides several stores, me- 
chtnic shops, etc. The Cass County Agri- 
coltoral Fair Grounds are also a noticeable 
fctture of the place. Its nearest shipping 
point and express office is Dowagiac, 8 
miles. Daily mail. Postmaster — H. B. 
I)unning. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CUrk — Charles L. Morton. 

Sft^ny— Zacheas Aldrich. 

Register — William L. Jackaways. 

Treasurer — Isaac Z. Edwards. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Andrew J. Smith. 

Surveyor — Harlow O. Banks. 

List of Prof^ssioiia, Trades, etc. 
Alllfion, C. C, editor and proprietor Na- 
tional Democrat. 
Ashcraft, Sanford, wagon maker. 
Baldwin, Marshall J., hotel. 
Banks k Tietsort, general store. 
Banks, Harlow O., painter. 
Beck with, W. G., collector int. rev. 2d dist. 

Blackman, , lawyer. 

Berry, Charles, meat market. 

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Boyd & Co., grocery and provision store. 

Brown, Isaac, blacksmith. 

Chapman, J. B., boots and shoes. 

Cliobee, Charles W., lawyer. 

Crawford, R. P., dentist. 

Custard & Garwood (Morris B. Custard and 

Alonzo Garwood), general store. 

Dokey, , steam grist mill and saw mill. 

Ely, G. A., blacksmith. 

French, D. L., hardware store. 

Garton, Rev. (Presbyterian). 

Glover, L. H., lawyer and justice of the 

peace. 
Graham, Rev. A. Y. (Methodist). 
Histed, David, grape grower. 
Jones, A. B., barlxir. 
Jones, Daniel S., cabinet maker. 
Kingsbury, Asa, banker. 
Lamb, Alonzo R., gunsmith. 
Marsh, Nathan, wagon maker. 
Martin, Hiram, tailor. 
Mead, Barak, justice of the peace. 
Miller, Noah, physician and dentist. 
Morley & Dunning (A. B. Morley and H. B. 

Dunning), druggists and grocers. 
Morse, William, hotel. 
Osbom, J. P., harness maker. 
Peck, Norton &Co., general store. 
Playford, Stephen, blacksmith. 
Powers, Mrs., milliner. 
Price, Rev. Jacob (Baptist). 
Read & Mcflvaino (S. T. Read and W. W. 

Mcllvaine), general store. 
Ritter, Joseph K., general store. 
Russcy & Fuller (A. S. Russey and J. A. 

Fuller), livery. 
Shaffer & Ruger, boots and shones. 
Sherman, Irving V., jeweler. 
Smith, Andrew J., lawyer. 
Smith, Daniel B., architect and carpenter, 
Stapleton, Thomas, wagon maker. 
Stratton, Daniel, blacksmith. 
Teitsort, Henry, mason. 
Tompkins, Tread well & Kelsey (I^eander D. 

Tompkins, A. B. Treadwell and W. J. 

Kelsey), druggists and physicians. 
Voorhees & Tietsort (C. E. Voorhees and A. 

Teitsort), saloon. 
Westervelt. J. D., photographer. 
Yost & Brown, millinery. 



CASTLETON. 
A township of Barry county, containing 
the small post village of Barryville. Pop- 
ulation, about 1,000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — J. Keagle. 
Clerk— U. A. Brooks. 
Treasurer — William Mullen. 



CAZENOVIA. 
A township of Muskegon county. 
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CEDAR CREEK. 
A post village in the townsliip of Hope, 
and county of Barry, situated on the mail 
route from Augusta to Hastings, 140 miles 
westerly from Detroit. It contains three 
churches (Methodist, Baptist and United 
Brethren.) 

CEDAR SPRINGS. 

A small iwst \'illage in Kent county, con- 
taining two churches, two hotels, a* large 
saw mill, several stores and mechanics' 
shops. Nearest railroad station. Grand 
Rapids. Daily mail. Postmaster — H. C. 
Russell. 

List of ProftoMilon, Trmdes, etc. 
Anmond, A., blacksmith. 
Brown, William, carriage maker. 
Buck, Mvron, saw mill. 
Clark, >f. J. & Co., general merchants. 
C-ooper, W. S., boot and shoemaker. 
Collins, J. B., druggist. 
Day, J. J., cabinet shop. 
Eddv, B., carriage maker. 
Eddy, Mrs. M. A., milliner. 
Faifchild. B., hotel. 

Fairchild & Russell, general merchants. 
Hill, N. R., justice of the peace. 
Hill, O. B., shoemaker. 
Ford, C. S., physician. 
Eapp, L.. saw mill. 
Loomis, Hugh, hot^jl. 
Neggus & McChesney, grocers. 
Pangbom, Samuel, pailmaker. 
Scudder, S., planer 
Slawson, M. H., feed store. 
Stiles, L. R., shingle machine. 
Stiles, L. Wright, general store. 



CELSUS. 

A post office of Spencer township, Kent 
county. Postmaster, Shepard B. Clowes. 
Ijlflit of Profesnlonsy Trmdes, etc. 

Clowes, Shejmrd B., mason. 

Hatch, M. B., justice of the pejice. 

Norton, Aaron, carpenter. 

Spencer, David, carficnter. 

Thomas, Martin, carpenter. 

VanWickle, Samuel, justice of the peace. 



CENTRE. 
A post village of Roxand township, Eaton 
county, 100 miles north-west from Detroit. 
It contains two churches, a general store, ho- 
tel, saw mill, etc. Population, 200. 



CENTREVILLE. 

A post village of St. Joseph county, in the 
township of Nottawa, connected by stage 
with White Pigeon and Kalamazoo. Ceii- 
treville is the seat of justice of St. Joseph 
county, is tastefully laid out, with wide 
streets and manv fine residences. The Prai- 



rie river flows through the village and fai- 
nishes an abundant wat«r power. IMstance 
from Detroit, 189 miles, from C3iicago 150 
miles. It has one Methodist, one wptiBt, 
one Scotch Presbyterian, and one Datdn B^ 
formed Church, a Masonic Lodge and Chap- 
ter, a Lodge of Good Templars, two hotel^ 
twelve stores, an iron foundry, sash and bliad 
factory, saw mill, flouring mill, etc Popt- 
lat ion about 1,000. Qoods are shipped rii 
Michigan Southern Railroad to White 
Pigeon and Three Rivers. A daily mail a 
rec4?ived. Postmaster — Henry C. CampbeH 
I<lat of ProflBsaiona, Timdesy etc. 

Allison & Mason (William H. Allison and 

G. H. Mason), lawyers and real estate 

agents. 
Allison, William, insurance agent. 
Ashley, Daniel D., tailor. 
Ash ton. Rev. (Scotch Presbyterian). 
Bacon, Eugene E., jeweler. 
Baker, MissJennie, milliner. 
Ba toman, F. C, physician. 
Beeman, Marvin, foundry. 
Belote, Asa W., carpenter. 
Belote, James, carpenter. 
Bennett, C. D., general store. 
Bennett, John, physician. 
Bishop, Wilson G., mason. 
Brokaw, William C., flouring mill. 
Buell, Cyrus, carpenter. 
Buell, Joseph, saw mill. 
C'hapin, Joy E., cooper. 
Chipman, Samuel, justice of the peace. 
Corp, John, tailor. 
Craft, Nelson, cooper. 
Cummings, Charles, cabinet maker. 
DuncAU, George, mason. 
Engle, C. J., hardware store. 
Eaton, Raymond S., painter. 
Foster & Mansfield, meat ma/'ket. 
Gooden, Francis, hotel and lirery stable. 
Gray, Peter M., saloon. 
Hale, A. B., physician. 
Hill, Hiram, blacksmith. 
Ilogan, William, broom manufacturer. 
Howard, (George, boots and shoes. 
Huntley, Lcuti us. justice of the peace. 
Johnson, James E., lawyer. 
Knapp, Gabriel, carriage maker. 
Keech, George, Jr., druggist. 
Messenger, George W., pianos and melo- 

deons. 

Norton, A. T. & Son, hotel (Norton House). 
Overfield. John E.. mason. 
Platte, Isaac, gunsmith. 
Platte, Samuel W.. justice of the peace. 
Penfiold, Rev. (Methodist.) 
Reed & Cross (William M. Reed and Eliha 

Cross), grocers. . 

Russell. J. A., dentist. 
Sadler & F^ton (William Sadler and P. J. 

Eaton), lawyers and real estate agents. 
Shafer, Thomas, cabinet maker. 



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Jeremiah W., general store, 
klmand, insurance agent. 
>h County Farmers' Insurance Com- 
William' Alii son, $ecretai*y. 
>h County Village Insurance Com- 
\i. H. Mason, secretary. 
., harness maker. 
Sdward, hardware store. 
t, H. J. 9 general store and insur- 
gent. 

fohn W., general store. 
& Duncan (George Thomas and 
!8 Duncan), blacksmiths, 
ige, Charles P., physician, 
ikin. Rev. A. H. (Dutch Reformed). 
& Doekstader (Oscar Waters and 
>)ek8tader), druggists. 
Cbenezer, blacksmith. 
, George, carpenter. 



CERESCO. 

village situated on the boundary 
Marshall and Emmet townships, 
)un county, and on the Michigan 
Railroad. It contains one Baptist 
several stores, mills, etc. There 
nails per day. Population, 150. 

CHARLOTTE. 

. village of Eaton county, situated 
ne between the townships of Eaton 
mel ; is the county seat of Eaton 
It is 120 milei$ northwest from De- 
: contains three churches, two news- 
hree secret societies, several stores, 
), mechanic shops and manufactur- 
)llshments. It has a population of 
700. Daily mail. 

CHURCHES. 

iist Episcopal — Rev. N. L. Otis, 
Rational — Rev. W. B. Williams, 
i — Rev. L. W. Slater, pastor. 

SOCIETIES. 

»«€ Lodge, No. 120, F. and A. if.— 

cey, W. M. 

yeton Lodge, No. 62, /. 0. of 0. F.-^ 

ebber, N G. 

ttte Cornet Band — J. Skutt. leader. 

4te Lodge, No. 90, /. 0. of G. 71— 

hman, W. C. T. 

'iltural Society — (organized in 1855) 

lent — O. ChapjM'U ; Secretary — T. 

I ; Treasurer — E. A. Cook. 

r School — Principal — Prof. O. S. 

of Professions, Trades, Etc* 

ft, Henry, lawyer and notary 

W., carriage maker. 
Reed (A. S. Bacon and P. C. Reed), 

8. 

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Baird & Walters, livery stable. 
Baughman, James, blacksmith. 
Bamberg k Levy (Isaac Bamberg and Ger- 

son Levy), clothing. 
Baston, Werner H., mason. 
Benjamin, William, hotel. 
Bowman, L. S., carpenter. 
Boyd, Stephen, mason. 
Buck, O. C., blacksmith. 
Cheney & Richardson (A. M. Cheney and 
J. K. Richardson), book and music store. 
Chipman, J. B., druggist. 
Church, E. T. & Co., groceries, paints, and 

crockery. 
Cook, C. M., saddle and harness. 
Collini, G. T. Sl Brother, druggists, 

Main street. 
Collins & Wisner (S. Collins and C. L. Wis- 

ner), machinists, etc. 
Collins, Sylvester, machinist. 
Conley, Levi, mason. 
Cove, H., saw mill. 
Coulter, Samuel, mason. 
Cummings, Cyrus, general store. 
Cummings, C. & Son (C. and B. Cummings), 

dry goods. 
Delamater, W. H., grocer. 
Dereimer, P., cigar maker. 
Fonts, J. T , physician. 
Foot, Luman, justice of the peace. 
Foot, E. A., lawyer. 
Foster, Miss N. E., milliner. 
Fowler & Brother (O. and L. Fowler), bar- 
bers. 
, Fowler, J. M., physician. 
I Gladding Sl Verplanek, propr. Phe- 
nix House. 
Gardner, L., grocer. 
Green, A., blacksmith. 
Haslett, J. M. & W. A., dry goods. 
Haslett & Son (J. & T. M. Haslett), harness 

makers. 
Higby & Brother (F. W. and P. M. Higby), 

general store. 
Hooker, F. A., lawyer. 
Hough, D., carpenter. 
Ingham, Oscar S., principal Union school. 
Ion, Launcelot, insurance agent. 
Johnson, James, tailor. 
Johnson, Nathan A., carpenter. 
Johnson, J., carriage maker. 
Jones, S. P. & Co. (S. P. Jones, A. R. Wil- 
liams and J. C. Gregg), general store. 
Kellogg, Bradford, mason. 
Kelley, F. W., wagon maker. 
Kern & Herman, groceries and provisions. 
Keslcr, A. IL, grocer. 

KINNE, MISS M., milliner and photo- 
grapher. 
Kimball & Vaughan (H. P. Kimball and B. 

H. Vaughan). painters. 
Lacey, Edwara S., insurance agent. 
Leiter, F. E. & Co., bootaand shoes. 
I Lewis & Ledyard (B. Lewis and F. Ledyard), 
' wagon makers. 
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Light, G. F., boots and shoos. 

Levy, J. & A., clothing. 

Martin, Peter R., physician. 

McDonald, Patrick, blacksmith. 

Meritt, E. A., pliysician. 

Mikeel & Johnson (J. Mikeel and H. John- 
son), grocer and baker. 

Miller, Matthew, cooper. 

Morris, John, druggist. 

Munson & Co. (A. H. Munson and L. B. 
Brockett), hardware. 

Musgrave & Lacey (Joseph Musgrave and 
Edward S. Lacey), bankers. 

Newlon, Isaac, carpenter. 

Nichols, A. P., photographer. 

Nichols, John W., lawyer. 

Olcott, Miss C, milliner, etc. 

Parkhurst & Sanders (J. D. Parkhurst and 
J. Sanders), general produce. 

Perkins & Uolbrook (H. Perkins and L. C. 
Holbrook), general produce. 

Perkins & Son (T. H. and J. Perkins), black- 
smiths and wagon makers. 

Pil)er, William, boots and shoes. 

Price, TuUle A Bold (B. Price, M. 
A. Tuttle and S. Boid), livery stable. 

Rand, Gardner T., physician. 

Richard, J. C, photographer. 

Robb, Newlon & Hines (A- W. Robb, J. J. 
Newlon and A. L. Hines), furniture. 

Roberts, Algernon S., hotel. 

Robinson, Henry, justice of the peace. 

Robinson, C, carpenter. 

Robinson & Church (S. Robinson and H. W. 
Church), dining saloon. 

RoUa, T. R., cabinet maker. 

Rowley Brothers, (G. & L.), eating saloon. 
Main. 

Sagendorf, D. P., lawyer. 

Saunders, Joseph, editor and propr. " Re- 
publican." 

Sheperd, Le Rov, hardware. 

Sherwood, G. \V. & S. C, clothing. 

Shepard, E. & J., general store. 

Slater, S. W., physican. 

Smith, L. O., jeweler. 

Steele. J., shoemaker. 

Steiner, Joel, blacksmith. 

Sweeney, W. C, dealer stock. 

Sum wait, S., butcher. 

TRACEY, E. S., lawyer and circuit court 
commissioner. 

Trusler, George, blacksmith. 

Twogood &J Wisner (S. li. Twogood and C. 
Wisner), carpenters. 

UPRIGHT. J., undertaker and furniture 
dealer. 

Waltersdorf & Hart (S. Waltersdorf and H. 
J. Hart), planing mill. 

l¥ebber, D. F.« editor and publisher of 
" Argus." 

Welder & Piper, flouring mill. 

Webster, J. P., painter. 

Westland, W. C, tailor. 



WHITE, S.. meat market. 

Williams, Harvey, real estate agent. 

Williams & Grecg, grocers. 

Williams, Rev. Woolcot B. (Congregational). 

Wilson, A. H., carpenter. 

CHELSEA. 

A thriving incoqwrated village and sta- 
tion on the Michigan Central Railroad, in 
the township of Sylvan and county of Wash- 
tenaw, 54 miles west of Detroit, and 232 east 
from Chicago. Receives a daily mall. It 
has two churches, one Methodist and one 
Congregational, a union school, one Masonic 
Lodge (Olive, No. 156), a Lodge of Odd Fel- 
lows ( Vernor, No. 85), and one of Good Tem- 
plars (Chelsea Lodge, No. 220). eleven stores, 
a hotel, iron foundry, flouring mill, several 
mechanics' shops, etc. Population of village, 
800. Postmaster — James V. Henry. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

President — C. H. Kempf. 

Clerk — A. J. Sawyer. 

Marshal — G. Schomaker. 

Trustees — A. Durand, L. Babcock, William 
Calkins, £. Hammond, E. Congdon, A. Cong- 
don. 

List of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Babcock & Gilbert (L. Babcock and J. L. 
Gilbert), ^neral store. 

Beissel, B. J., cooper. 

Blackney, Asa, merchant tailor. 

Boyd, III. HI. Sl R., iron foundry. Main. 

Calvert W. J., physician (homoeopathic). 

Christner & Co (B. & P. Christner and G. 
Mast), wagon and blacksmith shop. 

Conaty, R., grocer. 

Connj^don, A. A D., general store. 

Congdon, A., agent MercJuants* Union Ex:- 
press Company. 

Cornell, J. A., jeweler. 

Durand, E., music and musical instrament9- 

Durand, Aaron, general store, filain. 

Godfrey, Thomas H., saloon and grocery. 

Hatch, William F., American express agent- 
Henry, JauMHi v., bookseller, news- 
dealer and i>ostmaster. 

Hunter & Allen, meat market. 

Hurd & Winans (D. C. Hurd and L.Mrinans). 

Johnstm, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker. 

Kempf & Hatch (R. Kempf and W.F. Hatch), 
commission merchants. 

Kempf, Charles H.. hardware. 

Ladd, T. M., flouring mill. 

Laird & TumbuU (C. S. Laird and G. W. 
TumbuU), boots and shoes. 

Loach, J. A., photograph artist. 

Leach, Thomas L., boot and shoemaker. 

Lowe, Rev. G. H., pastor M. E. Church. 

McKone, Martin, grocer. 

McNamara, Edward, boot and shoemaker. 

Martin, Miss Maggie, milliner. 

Reiley, Thomas, barber. 



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Sawyer, Andrew J., attorney at law. 

Scrgent, Mrs., milliner. 

Sherry, H., hamem maker. 

Smith. Horace A., justice of the peace. 

Snow & Uadley (C. D. Snow and J. M. Had- 

ley), grocers. 
Taylor, J. C, prodnoe dealer. 
Thompson, Rev., pastor Congregational 

Church. 
Tompkins, Daniel F., druggist. 
Tattle. B. J., hotel, nnar depot. 
Van Cleve, Prof. J. A. principal union school. 
VanRipcr & Coy (J. VanUiiK?r and E. Coy), 

harness makers. 
VanTyne, Abram N., phvsician. 
Vogel & Co. (F. and T. Vogel and J. Shoe- 
maker), wagon and blacksmith shop. 
Wilkinson & Judson (T. Wilkinson and 

William Judson), general store. 
Wilkinson, William, merchant tailor. 
Williams, S., blacksmith. 
Winans, John C, general store. 
Winters, Edward, grocer. 
Wood, Palmer & C^. (H. L. Wood, J. A. 

Palmer and J. P. Wood), wagon, carriage 

and sleigh makers. 
Yocum, John K.. United States assessor 

third collection district. 

CHESANING. 
A township and post village in Saginaw 
ooonty, on the Shiawassee river, 100 miles 
from Detroit. Population, 1,000. One 
Methodist and one Baptist church, several 
stores, mills, mechanics' shops, etc. It has 
Bx midls per week. 

CHESHIRE. 
A township and ])08t office in Allegan 
ooimty, ot about 1,200 inhabitants. It has 
no village, but has a Baptist and a Meth(KiiBt 
churrb, and some mills and mechanics' 
•hops. Nearest ship]>ing point, Allegan. 
Weekly Inail. Postmaster — William S. 
Hey wood. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — John Brason. 
Cforifc— William L. O'Brien, Jr. 
Treasurer— OooTge O. Sweet. 

Eilat of ProftMiionSy Trades, etc, 

AUbright, Laban H., carpenter. 
Bodine, Abraham V., cari^enter. 
Chapin, Enos, cari)enter. 
Dean, Thomas L. & Co., shingle mill. 
Dond, Warren, boots and shoes. 
Ferris, Richard, saw mill. 
Hewitt & Loomis, steam saw mill. 
Maight, Jacob A., mason. 
Johnson, Josiah, carpenter. 
Ijindsay, O. S., car])enter. 
Roscoe, Rev. John (Baptist). 
Strong, James, cooper. 

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Strong, Samuel, cooper. 
Strong, John, carpenter. 
Sweet, Henry P., shoemaker. 



CHESTER. 
A township and post village in Eaton 
county, situated on the big fork of Thorn- 
apple river, 18 miles west south west from 
Lansing, and about 118 miles westerly from 
Detroit. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — E. R. Martin. 
Clerk— E. Boyer. 
Treasurer — J. Betts. 



CHESTERFIELD. 
A township of Macomb county, situated 
on Lake St. Clair and the Grand Trunk 
Railroad, 34 miles north-east of Detroit. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Ford L. Milton. 
Clerk — Andrew J. Rose. 
Treasurer — Van Horn. 



CHINA. 

A township and (lost office in St. Clair 
county, situated abput a mile from the St. 
Clair river, 12 mile« east from the Detroit 
division of the Grand Trunk Railroad. It 
contains 1,500 inhabitants. 



CLARENCE. 

A township and post office of Calhoun 
county, 100 miles west of Detroit. The vil- 
! lage contains a store, hotel and saw mill. 
Population of entire township, 1,000. 

bupertisor — James M. (iiflord. 



CLARENDON. 

A township of Calhoun county. Popula- 
tion about 1,500. Name of post office, 
Clarendon Centre. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Peter Mitchell. 
Clerk — S[)encer Hamilton. 



CLARENDON CENTRE. 

A post village of Calhoun county, Claren- 
don township. Population, 100. Good 
school houses and good schools. Shipping 
l>oint, Quincy, on Michigan Southern Rail- 
road. Semi-weekly mail. Postmaster, 
Samuel N. Bentley. 

List of Proftsslo'ns, Trades, etc. 

Bentlev, S. N., boota and shoes, groceries 

and lioti'l. 
Brainard, David, mason. 
Brewer, Joseph, mason. 
Chandler, Oeorge, cooper. 
Clark, Alurad C, justice of the peace. 
Deming, A. L., hotel. 
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Flint, Azro, justice of the peace. 
Robbing, Hiram, cooper. 
Rozencrantz, Rev. Edw. (Baptist). 
Rosencrantz, Benjamin, shingle factory. 
Shepherd, William, blacksmith. 
Sherman, Elisha, C4X)per. 
Welch, William, cooiwr. 
W'ooliver & Eggleston, lumber dealers. 

CLARK~CITY. 

A small post village in Monroe county, 
situated in the township of Ash, on Swan 
Creek, 12 miles from Monroe, the county 
seat. It contains one Mt^.thodist Episcopal, 
and one (iemian Lutheran church. Pop- 
ulation, about 2,400. 



CLARKSTON. 

A small post village in the township of 
Independence, Oakland county two and (me- 
fourth miles from Clarkston station, on the 
Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad, 35 miles 
from DvJtroit. It has several stores, an iron 
foundry, plaster mill, carding mill, sash and 
blind factory, saw and flouring mill, a good 
hotel, two churches (Baptist and Methodist), 
a Masonic lodge (Cedar, No. 60), a good 
school and a daily mail. Population 400. 
Postnvister — Athley Rtflhbun. 

Iitmt or ProftMilons, Trades, etc. 
Abbey, Nelson, physician. 
Arnold. Mrs. James T., milliner. 
Bartlett & Dresser, general store. 
Bartlott & Collins, saloon. 
Betcone, John, mason. 
Bingham, Lee, manufacturer. 
Blake, William S., saloon and grocery. 
Brokenshaw & Richardson, boots and' shoes. 

Brokenshaw, Richard, homoeopathic phy- 
sician. 

Broom field, Richard, carriage maker. 

Brown, Ilenrj', boots and shoes. 

Brown, Jeremiah, butcher and cattle dealer. 

Campbell, Mrs. J., hotel. 

Campbell, David, harness maker. 

Clark & Ilendricks, wholesale Yankee no- 
tions. 

Clark, Mortimer J., blacksmith. 

Clark, William, mason. 

Coolcv, Solon, machinist and manufacturer. 

Donell, Nelson E., livery and stag^ propri- 
etor. 

Fuller, John B., carriage painter. 

Haight, J. M., tinware. 

Haight, Mrs. J. M., milliner. 

Hirst & Stiff, saw, flour and plaster mills. 

Hevener, Rev. W. H. (Methodist). 

Howe, John W., g^unsmith. 

Jossman E., general store. 

Millard & Anderson, coopers. 

Plumsteel, S. P., boots and shoos. 

Ross, Rev. John (Baptist). 

Smith & Peter, druggists. 

Smith & Peter Brothers, general store. 



Smith, N. B., eclectic phyudan. 
Stewart, Taylor H., builder. 
Vliet, Van Rensalmer, builder. 
Vliet, George, builder. 
Vliet, Wilscm, wagon maker. 
Vliet, William V. B.,buUder. 
Wieland, Fred., painter. 
Yager, Jed., blacksmith. 
Young, Alexander, jeweler. 

CLAY. 

A township in St. Clair ooonty, on the 
river St. Clair, about forty miles firom De- 
troit. The name of the post office is Alffo- 
nor, a village of some importance. Popu- 
lation, 1,500. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Superrisar — G. G. Stewart. 
CUrk — Hugh Thompson. . 
Treairurer—WilWikm Woolluff. 



CLAY BANKS. 
A small ix)st village of Oceana ooonty. 

CLAYTON. 
A township of Genesee county, 70 miles 
north-west from Detroit. Population, about 
1,000. 



CLAYTON. 
A post village of Lenawee coanty, in the 

township of Dover, on the Michigiui Soath- 

eni Railroad, 85 miles from D. troit, and 11 

miles from Adrian. It has a Methodist, a 

Presbyterian, and a Baptist church, one saw 

mill, one hotel, seven stores, and several me- 
chanic shops. Population about 400. Daily 

mail rec<nved. Paymaster — I. Benedict. 
Eilat of ProflDMlons, Trades, ete« 

Badgley, Benjamin, cooi>er. 

Barkydt, Thoinau, mason. 

Bates, Martin O., blacksmith. 

Bates, Ephraim, station agent M. S. k N. I. 
R. R. 

Benedict & Bennett, general store. 

Benedict & Gilson, grocers. 

Bird, R. K., general store. 

Cawloy, Green & Baker, general store. 

Cliaffee, F. N., physician. 

Chase, D. C. druggist and physician. 

Cleveland, Joseph, carriage maker. 

Cleveland S., blacksmith. 

Clayton Exchange, Sayles & Austin, pro- 
prietors. 

Crops & Foote, saw mill- 

Curtis, Ethan W., harness maker. 

Dwyer, J. H., hardware and tinware. 

Forbes, Timothy, mason. 

Fulton, Rev. (Baptist). 

Gilson, P. W., physician. 

Gillett, Miss Clara, milliner. 

Johnson, James, b<x>t and shoe maker. 

Kingsland, , carpenter. 



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Noyce, Rev. (Presbyterian). 

Perkins, Newman, dealer in stone pomps. 

Sayles & Austin, Exchange Hotel, livery 
stable, and proprietors Morenci and Clay- 
ton stage line. 

Shaw, Rev. (Methodist). 

Thompson, Sydney, justice of the peace. 

Townsend, Henry, justice of the peace. 

Vrosburg & Poster, carpenters. 

Williams. Lloyd, cooper. 

Woodard & Whitman, blacksmiths. 



CLIMAX. 

A township in Kalamazoo county, having 
two post offices, viz: Climax Prairie and 
West Climax. It is six miles south of the 
Michigan Central Railroad. Has one church 
and three religious societies. Population, 
1.300. 

Tow^'s^IP officers. 

SuperrUor — Enos S. Lovell. 

Clerk — W'illiara Richards. 

TrtoBurer — C. B. Qutchess. 



CJLIMAX PRAIRIE. 
A small post village in Climax township, 
K&lamazoo county. It contains two stores 
and several mills and mechanic shops. 
PottnuuUr — Moses Hodgman. 

List of ProftoMlons, Trades, etc. 

Adams, J. D.. nurseryman. 
Betles, Rev. H. C. (Baptist). 
Boaney, Abner, mason. 
Brown, Charles, carpenter. 
Backlin, J. D., wagon maker. 
Eldred, A. B., general store. 
Evans, A. S., stage proprietor. 
^^Qtches, C. B., carpenter. 
Gould, P. S., blacksmith. 
Hodgman, C. E.. boots and shoes. 
Uodgman, M., notary public. 
Holden. John, justice of the ]>eace. 
Umb, PhUetas S., gunsmith. 
Lovell, L. M., physician. 
MUliman, James, blacksmith. 
%er8, H., drover. 
Pierce, Isaac, lumber dealer, 
fieasner, John, blacksmith. 
Sager, Joseph, lumber dealer. 
Seeley, Oscar F., physician. 
Seymour, Gilbert, carpenter. 



CLINTON. 

A township of Macomb county, contain- 
ing the flourishing village of Mt. Clemens, 
which see. Population of township, exclu- 
sive of village, 1,600. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Suptrthor — Thomas L. Sackett. 
C'^rifc— Charles Wood. 
Trfasnrer-^ohxL C. Reimold. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS. ^O^ 81 1 



CLINTON. 
A post village in the northern part of the 
township of Tecumseh, in Lenawee county, 
five miles north from Tecimiseh village, on 
the Jackson branch of the Michigan South- 
ern Railroad, and on the north branch of 
the River Raisin. It contains four religious 
denominations, a Lodge and a Chapter of 
Masons, a Lodge of Odd Fellows, a large 
woolen factory and several stores and me- 
chanical trades. Population, 800. Daily 
mail. PostnuisUr — Charles Chandler. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Moderator — Danforth Keyes. 

Director — Joseph S. Ries. 

Assessor— hfivi C. Richmond. 

Trustees— Dhvid Woodard, Albert Q. Bur- 
ton, Edwin W. Freesc, Levi C. Richmond, 
Joseph S. Kies, Danforth Keyes. 

SOCIETIES. 

Clinton Lodge, No. 175, F.<kA. iT— Meets 
Saturday evening on or before full moon in 
each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Clinton Chapter, No, iQ, R. A. if— Meets 
Tuesday evening on or before full moon 
in each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Clinton Lodge L 0. of G, 71, No. 265— 
Meets Wednesday evenings, at Good Tem- 
plars' Hall. 

Clinton Woolen Manvfa4:turing Company 
—(Capital, $100,000). President, F. S. Snow. 
8e4iretary, Danforth Keyes. Treasurer, 
John Smith. 

List of Proftsatona, Trades, etc. 
Adams, T. C, physician. 
Alvord, A. W^, physician. 
Belding, Roswell, car|)enter and cabinet 

maker. 
Bemis, David, principal of union school. 
Benjamin, W'illiam A., mason. 
Brooks, Charles, justice of the peace. 
Brownell, Mrs. R., milliner. 
Bruce, Phineas, c(X)per. 
Brush & Co. (John Brush and Walter S. 

Plumb), general store. 
Burton, A. G., carriage maker and black- 
smith. 
Chase, Ellas, painter. 
Clark & Freese (Alonzo Clark and Edwin W. 

Freeso), general store. 
Clark, Alonzo, flouring mill. 
Cochran, Edward, mason. 
Cochran, Lewis, cariwnter. 
Davis. L. B. & C^. (L. B. Davis and W. E. 

Wright), billiard saloon. 
Davis, John M., jeweler. 
Donnelly, Rev. William (Methodist). 
Ellis, Alexander, grocer. 
Ellis, B. G., physician. 
Ellis, M. H., livery stable. 
Elmer, Rev. Hiram (Congregational). 
Fiske, Welcome V., general dealer. 
1 Fitzgerald, J. O., painter. 
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Gillen, Edward. XmyoI and shoemaker. 

Gill 111 V, FrauriB, coojKjr. 

Giiiwich, F. H., dentist. 

Hou8l^ M. B.f glove and mitten manufacturer. 

KeyN, Ounfortta, insurance agent. 

Moad, A. ])., boot and shoemaker. 

Miller, Amos, carriage maker. 

Muir, Franklin, meat market. 

Nase, Jar<ib, ci^r maker. 

Loomis. J. E., harness maker. 

Powell, lit»v. RolH»rt (Baptist). 

liandall, Mrs., dress maker. 

R<.mh1, K(Milx>n, grocer. 

Keiss, Philip, l>tN)tM and shoes. 

Ri<"e, Henry B., jwoprietor Exchange Hotel. 

Kofi', .Vnson, tannery and boots and shoes. 

RojKjr, Thomas, barber. 

Rose. Samuel B., general store. 

Saxttm. Iliram, fruit dealer. I 

Smith. l*]dwin, contractor, builder, ])lasterer i 

and saw mill. 
Smith & Son (John and Edwin K. Smith), ' 

drugs, irroceries, dry goods, etc. 
Smith, VV. H., pro])rietor Uni<m Hotel. 
Snow, Fielder S., justice of the ix»ace. 
Sno^r A Keyew (Fielder S. Snow and 

Danforth Keyes), flouring and saw mill. 
Sp<»ncer, Simoon, mason. 
Stevens & Clark (J<wl (J. Stevens and F. M. 

Clark), general stort\ 
Stevens, L. F., cariHJUter. 
St. John & Belding (Darius St. John and 

Koswell Belding), furniture dealers. 
St. John. Darius, gnnvr. 
St. John. William, newsdealer. 
Sio<»lir, George, wagon maker. 



ceivcs a daily 
D. Salisbury. 



mail. Pottmatter — ^Abirun 



I<lat of ProfbMtloiM, Tra4«s, etc. 

Ah rams, James, hctel. 

Baird, Janii^ H.,saw mill. 

Beeman. Isaac M. & Brother (Isaac M. and 
Charles Beeman), general store. 

Bonney & Son (J. F. and N. W. W. Bonney), 
lMK)ts and shoes. 

Brown, Eriel, carpenter. 
I Brown, Henry, saw mill. 
I Butts, Mynm'. painter. 
! Calvin, O. B., cari)onter. 

Campbell, Curry & Co. (Samuel Campbell. 
J. L. Currj- and James Campbell), lumber 
dealers. 

Codell, Isaac, carpenter. 

C<Kly, Alonzo, bn'wen'. 

Collins, A. Y., cariwnter. 

IVline, William, Inwtand shoe maker. 

Elwood, G(H>rge W.. general store. 

Franklin, David, mascm. 

Garland, Joseph B., livery stable and pro- 
prietor of Tuscola and Vassar stage 
lines. 

Griffith, Austin, notar>' public. 

Heath, Elijah, hotel, and lumber dealer. 

Ilemnstead, Jos4^ph, mason. 
I Heutli & BiHMline (Elijah Heath and Gscar 
I Beodiue), saw mill. 
: Iluyck, D. A. & Co. (David A. Huyck and 
• J. J. Jennings), gi>neral store. 
, Huyck, D. A. & Co. (David A. Hayek and 
' Austin Grilfes). saw mill. 
I Ingals. 1). P., 8al(M)n. 

Kendall, J. B., wagim maker. 



Sturm, Frederick and Charles, haniess mak- | Kt^nt, Orson, saw mill. 

ers. "■" 

Vandemark & Co. (Ludwick and Augustus 

B.), hardware, stoves and tin wan'. 
Vauljauwe, Rev. E<lward (Catholic). 
Tuttle, A. F.. physician. 
Wellman & (.Goodwin (I^ewis Wellman and 

I), (ioodwin). cariKniters. 
Wellman, Mis* Mary, milliner. 
Woodard, B. (f., general store. 
WoiKlard & Mahle (David Wootlard and 

Fr<5(ierick Mahle), blacksmiths. 
WofKlard, Runyan & BlanchanI (David 

Woodani, George Runyan and J. M. 

Bliiiirlianl), jdow manutactun*rs and iron 

foun lers. 



CLIO. 

[pink nVS ST.VTIOX.] 

A new and flourishing jwwt vlllagij of 



Kingsley. , mason. 

Lair, , watchmaker. 

Lindsli*y &' Siemens (T. U. Lindaley and 

James Siemens), lumber dealers. 
liOiiNby, Joseph Sl Co. (Joseph Ijonsby 

and Josc>ph Van Buskirk), g(*neral store. 
M(mt4'ith, John, cari>enter. 
Paine. Edwin C, meat market. 
Uoahl, John, saliMm. 
UolKTts & Gardner, saw mill. . 
IJose, Rev. William F. (Congregauonal). 
Ryd(>r. E. L., station agent and telegraph 

ojM^rator. 
Salsbury, Daniel E., druggist and grocer. 
Salsbury, Abinim 1)., i)hysician. 
Slieklon, James A., ju^tice of ihe peace. 
Siemens. James saw mill. 
Smith. Bev. Milo (M<?ih()dist). 
Slack & Hufl' (C. P. Slack and John Hufi), 

blacksmiths. 



Genesi»e county, in tht» township of Vienna, Stoliker, Josei)h. niriM^nter. 
on the Flint and Pen* Marcpiettt* Kailroad, j Tinn(»v. SteuluMi. nuiwiii 

\\ ahlo. D. P.. saw mill. 



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Stephen, nuison. 
It con- 
tains four general ston»M, a gi>fHl h»»tel, «me , Wallae<». J»»hn. justice of the ]K>ace. 
flouring mill, two saw mills, and several Winner. E. G.. saw mill, 
mechanical and professional trades. It re i Wright & Wiggin**, flouring mill. 

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CLYDE. 
A township of St. Clair county, sixty 
miles northeast of Detroit. Population, 
1,400. (SMBtiby.) 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

SupertuoT — Edward Vincent. 
Qerk — James L. Balmer. 
Trtasurtr — Arnold Kinney. 



CLYDE MILLS. 

A post office of St. Clair county, in the 
township of Clyde, fifty-five miles northeast 
of Detroit. 



COK 

A township of Isabella county. Popula- 
tion, 400. The Chippewa and Salt rivers 
flow through this township. Surface level 
and covered almost entirely with heavy 
forest. 



COHOCTA. 

A township and post office of Livingston 
county. Population, 900. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisar — Thomas Goldsmith. 
(?ZfrA:— Julius D. Smith. 

COLD WATER V 

The county seat of Branch county is an 
inoorporatcMi post city, situated on the Mich- 
igan Sonthem Railroad, and on a branch of 
the Coldwater river, 100 miles southwest of 
Detroit, and 155 miles from Chicago. It is 
located in one of the most productive agri- 
cultural districts in the State. The sur- 
younding country is level, and mainly un- 
der a high state of cultivation. The city is 
settled mainly by emigrants from New York 
Slate, who, with characteristic enterprise 
and spirit, have spared no pains to make it 
an attractive abiding place. Besides the 
c-^unty buildings it contains many attract- 
ive private residt^nces, a fine Union school 
houije, several beautiful churches, and a 
Dumber of business blocks. The streets are 
Ijaodsomely laid out. shaded with trees and 
lighted with gas. The city contains also a 
national bank and a private banking house, 
three weekly newspapers, five hotels, four 
Masonic societies, an agricultural society, 
about fifty stores, and many professions and 
niechanical trades. Coldwater was first set- 
tled in 1829. It takes it« name from the 
river, which was so called bv the Indians on 
account of the numerous cold springs it con- 
tains at thoir old crossing. The county seat 
^w hicated here in 1842. The city was in- 
corporated in 1861. Since the completion 
of the Michigan Southern Railroad to this 
; point in 1851, the place has progressed rap- 
idly, and is now one of the most promising 

D£ ALEB8 IN TBUIQ KS. A;0., 8 1 1 



in the State. Population, 5,000. Post- 
master — Hamlet B. Adams. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — John H. Beech. 

City Clerk— WWlmm G. Moore. 

Treasurer — George Starr. 

Marshal — John Whiteomb. 

Street Commissi o?i^r — Mathias Van Every. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ford— Hiram Folland, Byron D. 
Paddock. 

Second Ward— Edwin R. Clarke, Phin- 
easP. Nichols. 

Third Ward— Allen Tibbitts, William 
S. Gilbert. 

Fourth Ward—1!. E. Morgan, John H. 
Bennett. 

FIRE DEPARTMEKT. 

Chief Engineer — Morton Mansfield. 

Protection Engine Company, No. 1 — Mon- 
roe street. William R. Foster, /<?r<?wio/i. 

Undaii4i Engine Company, No. 2^Monroe 
street. V. R. Van "NeBS, foreman. 

Protection Hose Company, No. 1 — Monroe 
street. George B. W (Hid, foreman. 

Hope Hose Company, No. 2 — Monroe 
street. A. A. Wood, foreman. 

SOCIETIES 

Tyre Lodge, No. 18, F. d A. if.— Meets 
Tuesday evening, on or before full moon in 
each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Temple. Chapter, No. 21, E. A. if.— Meets 

Wednesday evening, on or after full moon 

in each month, at Masfmic Hall. 

I Mount Moriah CouncU, No. 6. R. dk S. M. 

— Meets Monday evening, on or after full 

I moon in each moon, at Masonic Hall. 

Jacob's Commandary, No. 10, K. T. — 
' Meets first Friday in each month, at Ma- 
. sonic Hall. 

Branch County Agricultural Society — 
(Organized in 1850). — Fairs held annually at 
Society's grounds, city of Coldwater. An- 
nual meeting in Court House, first week in 
January. 

Coldwater Gas Light Company — (Organ- 
ized 1800) — Works located on north side of 
Chicago street. Capital stock $25,000. Al- 
bert Chandler, President; R. M. Wilder, 
Secretary. 

I PUBLIC HALLS. 

Crippen's Hall — Chicago street, comer of 
Monroe street. 

Fireman s Hall — Monroe street. 

Masonic Hall — Chicago street, corner of 
Public Squaie. 

SCHOOLS. 

Unio?i School — Pearl street, corner of Di- 
vision. W. S. Verry, principal. 

Miss Hattie Carj>enter, preceptress. 

Miss E. Pruden, assistant preceptress. 

Miss Martha Porter, \st Grammar depart- 
ment. 

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Mies Mary Sterling, 2d Orammar depart- Bowen, M. S., attorney at law, cor. Chicago 
ment. \ and Monroe. 

Miss Marian Perkins, \bI Intermediate de- 1 Bowen, W. J., lawyer, s. 8. Chicago. 



partment. 

Miss Aurelia M. Root, 2d Intermediate de- 
partment. 

CHURCHES. 

Baptist Church — Monroe street, comer of 
Pearl. 

Meth4Hlisi Episcopal Church — Division 
street, cr>rner of Public Square. 

Wesleyan Methodist Chu rch — CL urch 
street. 

Roman Catholic Church — Near western 
limits. Rev. Charles Ryckert, pastor. 

German Lutheran Church — Court House, 
Rev. G. Si)eckhardt, pastor. 

Episcopal Church — Hanchett street, Rev. 
Wain right Way, rector. 

Prefbj/terian Church — Marshall street, 
Rev. Porter, pastor. 

Independent Con{fregatlonal (Spiritualist), 
Division strei't. 

lilat of ProDcaslonsy Traden, etc. 

Abbey, L. C, photograph artist, S. side 

Chicago. 
Adamii, Hamlet B., attorney at law. 
Alden, Isaac, flouring mill, E. side Jelft'rson 
Allen 



Bowerman, Thomas, TMiinter, Hanchett. 
Brewer & Burr (L. D. Brewer and A. M. 

Burr), ])ublisherB of Branch County *'0a- 

zette," n. s. Cliicago. 
Buckley, James H., city garden. 
Bullani, Solomon T. F'.fiy goods, groceries. 

crockery, s. s. Chicago. * 
Bullock, Mrs. C4Lroline, dyeing and clothes 

cleaning, e. s. Monroe. 
Bunker, Joseph, physician, n. a. Chicago, 

Chandler's block. 
Bums, W. C. & Co. (William C. Bumi and 

Jessie Burns), manufacturers of edge tools 

and broom handles, e. side Hndson. 
Burr, C. H. & S., pnxluce and commission 

merchants, cor. Chicago and Monroe. 
Burt, J. R., wagon maker, n. s. Chicaga 
Cavanaugh, James, saloon, n. s. Chicago. 
Clmdsey, Henry, blacksmith, w. s. Hudson. 
Cherry, Henrv, barlwr, Public Sqoare. 
Clarke. E. R. & Co. (Edwin R. Clark, John 

T. OillM»rt and George D. Ford), druggists, 

cor. Chicago and Monroe. 
Coldwatrr National Bank, cor. Chica^ and 

Monroe. Henry C. liewis, prmdent; 

George Starr, cashier. 



lien. I/C Grand, telegraph oiKirator, office,, ^_ » « • • i rt u « . 

W.U. T.. cor. Chic^o andMonro.^ <Conover, J. »., pnncipal Coldwater 

American House, N.^de Chicago, Thomas ! ,, ^^^™^;r\*^ S^"®^?;' «* «' ^^^• 

S. Dorsev. imii,riet.)r. * ! <^onklm, S. Lewis, tobacco and dgan, n. s. 

Chicago. 
Coon, E.. saloon, w. s. Monroe. 
L'randnll, N. U., saw mill, south of depot. 
Crip])en, J. B. & Co.. flouring mill. Pearl 



S. Dorsey, pn)i)rietor. 
Anderson, James & Stm (James and William ' 

W. Anderson), marble works, N. side Chi- ; 

cago. j 

Andrews, J. S. & N. S., merchant tailors and 

clothing, cor. Chicago and Public Square?. ■ 
Avery & Pelton (H. B. Aver}' and J. O. Pel- 
ton), marble dealers, cor. Pearl and Mtm- j 

roe. i 

Babbitt, R. S. 

Chicago. 
Bachelder. Mrs. G. F. & J. M. P., milliners 

and dress makers, n. s. Chicago. 
Baker. H.. surgwn dentist and photograph I ., "\?^'V c* ^' ^ '^'^'^^S^- ^ , . ,^ ^_« 

er, n. s. Chicago. » t- I Curtis, E. S., saloon, and dealer in dgmn 

&> mauffor (E. 



boot and shoe maker, s. s. 



Crippen. J. B. & ( -o. (James B. Crippen, C. 

VnnNess and William R. Foster), diy 

goods, gn)ceri»*s, crockery, etc, No. 8 

Cripjien's block, Chicago. 
Culver, Darius, livery stable, n. 8. Clilcago. 
Culver, E. Ik Son (E.'and L. J.), drugs, inedif 

cines. gn)c^ries. etc., n. 8. Chicago. 
Currier, W. II., ])ianos. melodeons, sheet 

music, etc., s. s. Chicago. 



Bnll & mauffor (E. Ball and E. (J. 

Mauger), sash, door and blind factory, n. 

8. Chicago. 
Barber & Sweet (T. Barber and H. Sweet), 

grocers, s. s. Chicago. 
Barrett & Bowen (W. W. Barrett and Je- 
rome Bowen), lawyers, s. s. Chicago. 
Beebee, Ijouis U., dentist, s. s. Chicago. 
Benton, C. B.. editor of Branch county *' Ga- 

ztnte." and assistant U. S. assessor, n. s. 

Chicago. 
Bing. Isaac, clothing, s. s. ('hic^go. 
Blodgett, Brown & V-n. (Uri Blodgett and A. 

R. Brown), furniture, e. s. MonnK\ 
Bly. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, s. s. 

Chicago. 
^Bovet?, David, grocer, cor. Chicago and Pulv 

lic Scjuarc. 



and tobacco. 
Cutler, Stephen S., ])hyBician. 
Davis. David H., lMX)ks and stationery* n. f. 

Chicago. 
Delashman, William, saloon, n. s. Monroe. 
DcnniN & ^tarr (D. B. Dennis and 

Georg(> Starr), general insurance agents^ 

cor. Chicago and Monroe. 
Dexter House, n. s. Chicago, Sylvester Tay- 
lor. pn)i>rietor. 
Dickinson, Webb & Co. (Thomas W. Dick- 

inson. Bletjker L. Webb and Frank D. 

Marsh), dry goods, groceries, crockeiy, 

etc., s. s. Chicago. 
Drake, Richard 11., boots and shoes, n. ■• 

Chicago. 
Uaston, D. A., publisher of RepvUbUeoh, 

s. s. Chicago. 



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lin T., general land and tax 
se in court house, 
blacksmith, n. s. Chicago. 
I. & T. C. (Burt and Theodore 
iltural implements and feed 
lion, 
el, near river. Cole & Hoilister, 

r, H. & Bro. (Herman and 
bootd and shoes, n. s. Chicago, 
s., dressmaker, n. s. Chicago. 

, O., lawyer, s. s. Chicago, 
eorge, drugs and groceries, s. s. 

m M., gunsmith, e. s. Monroe. 

rocer, n. s. Chicago. 

'.. & Co., clothing, Rhodes block, 

ret (L. B. Gibbs and William 
mess makers, s. s. Chicago, 
'and, hats, caps and furs, n. s. 

rer (O. B. Gray and C. M. Saw 
collar manufacturers, s. s. Chi- 

rew, boarding house, opposite 

barber, s. s. Chicago. 
: Myers (Gc^orgo Greenwood and 
rs), bakery, o. s. Monroe, 
ther (K. H. and L. W.), grocere, 
^o and Ilanchett. 
dler (Luther F. Hale and Albert 

hardware. 
t Son (R. E. and R. A.), jewelry 

Chicago. 

brose, insurance agent, Chicago. 
?s Julia, milUner, n. s. Chicago. 
S. A., bakery and confectionery 

Chicago. 

lomas, station agent. 

jithony, saloon, n. s. Chicago. 

Miss S. C, millinery store, 4 
block, Chicago, 
nry, carriage trimmer, w. s. 

harden (A. Halsted and B. Bar- 
estate agents, cor. Chicago and 
tare. 

& FoUand (D. S. Harrington and 
Hand), iron foundry and agricul- 
lements, w. s. Hudson. 
I. (John and Albert), rectifiers 
r dealers, cor. Chicago and Clay. 
W., grocer, n. s. Chicago, 
son (H. P. Hull and R. Watson), 
ket, e. s. Monroe, 
lorse farrier. Clay. 
•8., dress and cloak maker, n. s. 

jderick. barber, e. s. Monroe, 
arles W., carriage maker and 
h, s. 8. Chicago. 
B., cooper. 

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Johnson & Taylor (L. B. Johnson and J. H. 

Taylor), coopers, w. s. Jefiferson. 
Kent, John, saw mill, two miles south of 

depot. 
Lamb & Brown (J. P. Lamb and J. H. Brown), 

grocers, e. s. Monroe. 
Lanphere. A., dealer in lumber, lath and 

lime, n. s. Chicago. 
Lawyer & Youngs (Justin Lawyer and John 

S. Toungs), bankers, real estate and in- 
surance agents, s. s. Chicago. 
Lazalere, Miss J., milliner, s. s. Chicago. 
Leach, Mre. S. H., millinery and fjEincy goods, 

n. s. Chicago. 
Leonard & Abbott (M. Leonard and S. H. 

Abbott), carriage ironers and blacksmiths. 
Lewis. C. N., horse collar manufactory, n. s. 

Chicago. 
Lochard & Mclntire (L. Lochard and H. 

Mclntire), blacksmitlis, n. s. Chicago. 
Long, James M., physician, s. s. Chicago. 
Mabley & Brothere (Thomas, Joseph, Wil- 

liani and Christopher), clothing, hats, caps, 

furnishing goods, etc., s. s. Chicago. 
Meader, George W., carriage maker, w. s. 

Henchett. 
Manvill & Hull (C. J. Manvill and H. P. 

Hull), boots and shoes, s. s. Chicago. 
ManseU, George, gas and water pipe fix- 
tures, n. s. Chicago. 
MARKHAM & WOODRUFF (Edwin W. 

Markham and Isaac Woodruff), hardware, 

stoves and tinware, n. s. Chicago; 
marsh, L. S., physician, s. s. Chicago. 
Marshall & Milncs (William Marshall and 

Charles H. Milnes), meat maiket, s. s. 

Chicago. 
Marsh, L. C, physician, s. s. Chicago. 
Massasoit House, w. s. Monroe, George F. 

Stickney, proprietor. 
McCarty, James A., blacksmith, n. s. Chi- 
cago. 
mcOonraii, Jonas H., lawyer and 

j uMtice of the peace, s. s. Chicago. 
McLane, Mre. L. D., milliner, s. s. Chicago. 
McCary, T., foreman repairing shop M. S. 

& N. I. R. R. 
McComb, Tho-nas, hotel (Wendell House), 

comer Chicago and Morris. 
Merrick, J. B., marble dealer, n. s. Chicago. 
Mockbridge, Green & Co. (R. F. Mockrldge 

and D. N. Green), hardware, s. s. Chicago. 
Midaugh, Isaac, saloon, n. s. Monroe. 
Miller, II. D. & Co. (Harvey D. Miller and 

G. M. Decker), auction and commission 

merchants, n. s. Chicago. 
Miles & Culp (Ives G. Miles and John W. 
Culp), dry goods, groceries, boota and 
shoes, etc.. s. s. Chicago. 
Milnes, Henry, groceries, crockery, etc., cor. 

Chicago and Hanchett. 
Mock ridge, Robert F., U. S. Express and in- 
surance agent, s. s. Chicago. 
Morehouse, Mre. D., milliner, s. s. Chiogo. 
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Momin, F. E., attorney at law, s. s. Chicago 
Moslier & Bliss (A. A. Mosher and William 

Bliss), harness makers, n. s. Chicago. 
Moore, H. N. & Brother (Henry N. and Leh- 
beus R.), jewelry and musical instruments, 
n. 8. Cliicago. 
Moulton & Dickinson (S. H. Moulton and H. 
Dickinson), furniture store, s. s. Chicago. 
Nettleton, D., hardware, s. s. Cliica^o. 
Noyce, O. (i.. billiard saloon, B. Crippen's 

block, Chicago. 
Noyes, S. P. & Co. (S. P. Noyes and P. 

George), rectifiers and licjuor dealers, e. s. 

Hanchett. 
Paddock & Beach (B. D. Paddock and Henry 

Beach), hats. cai)s, furs, boots, shoes, etc., 

n. s. Cliicago. 
Parsons, E. C*., lawj-er, s. s. Chicago. 
Parker, M. H., photograph artist and archi- 
tect, n. 8. Chicago. 
Parrish, Tyler M., saddle and harness maker, 

s. s. Chicago. 
Perkins, S., salo(m and dining hall, e. s. 

Monroe. 
Peterson & Grow (L. A. Peterson and G. D. 

(irow), restaraunt and billiard saloon, cor. 

Chicago and Hanchett. 
Phillips, H. 8., dentist, s. s. Cliicago. 
Pixley, Ephraim, saloon, n. s. Chicago. 
Plain & Norris) A. W. Plain and P. R. Nor- 

ris), general store, n. s. Chicago. 
Porter, Rev. (Presbyterian.) 
Powers, D. C, homoeopathic physician, n. s. 

(.^hicago. 
Railroad House, cor. Division and Railroad, 

William H. Bolster, proprietor. 
Randall, C. D., lawyer, s. s. Chicago. 
Rhodes, William, boot and shoe maker, s. s. 

Chicago. 
Ri<'k, Michael, grocer, s. s. Chicago, 
liixlman Brothers (Barney. Nathan and Abra- 
ham), dry gcxxls, etc., *s. s. Chicago. 
Rosenbaum, Nathan, clotliing and furnish- 
ing goods, u. rt. Chicago. 
Shollhous, L. W. photograph artist, n. s. 

Chicagi». 
Scott, William B., boot and shoe maker, w. 

H. Monroe. 
Seeley & Pratt (Southerland M. Seeley and 

J. Franklin Pratt). IkmUs and shoes, s. s. 

Chicago. 
Sherman & Woodrow (N. W. Sherman and 

F. C. Woodrow), carriage makers, s. s. 

Chicago. 

Shlpnian Sc I^verldfre (John B. Ship- 
man and N. P. I^overidge), attorneys at 
law, Crii)i)en*s bl<x*k. Chicago. 

Shively, John W., general stoi-e, s. s. Chicago. 

Smith, F. V. & ( -o. (Frederick V. and Jacob 
E.), clothing, hats, caiw, furnishing goods, 
etc., 8. 8. Chicago. 

Smith, F. B., f>hyHician. s. s. Chicago. 

Smith, R. H., sewing machine agent, s. s. 
Chicago. 



Smith & Moore (F. V. Smith and William 0. 
Moore), publishers of SerUiMl, n. a. Chi- 
cago. 
Snavelly, Clarke A Co. (A. B. Snavel- 
ly. E. R. Clarke, George Foiti and W. H. 
(*ilcrist), woolen factory, cor. Division and 
Railroad. 

Southern ]lllchl«ran Hotel, n. e. 
cor. Chicago and Public Square, M. Strong, 
proprietor. 

Si>aulding, Misses, milliners, n. s. Chicago. 

Spaulding, Dibble & Co. (C. A. Spaulding 
and Charles Dibble), dry goods, s. «. 
Chicago. 

Stevens, W. U. Si Co., wheel barrow manu- 
factory, e. 8. Division, near depot. 

Stevens, A. (il., agent Grover & Baker's sew- 
ing machines, s. s. Chicago. 

St4»wart, John, track master Coldwater di- 
vision M. S. & N. I. R. R. 

Stick ney, (Jeorge F., proj). Massaaoit house. 

Sweet, David H., groceries, provisiozu, 
fruits, confwtionen', etc., cor. Monroe and 
Pearl. 

Thomi>8<m. Ansel, cooper, Jefferson. 

Titus, Lucius B., iron foundry and machine 
shop, n. s. Chicago. 

Truesdell, J. T., grocer, cor. Chicago and Pub- 
lic S<iuart>. 

Turner Brothem (G. H. and H. B.), 
drugs, miHlicinw, i>aints, oils, glass, fancr 
toilet articles, etc., cor. Chicago and Mon- 
roe. 

Upson & Thompson (Giarles Upeon and D. 
Thom])son), lawyers, Crippen's block, 
Chicago. 

VauAiken, J. II., livery stable, e. s. Monroe. 

Van Dressen, Mrs., ag^nt Florence sewing 
machiue. s. s. Chicago. 

VanValkenburg. L., livery and sale stable. 
fronting Public Square. 

Warren & Wilwm (J. H. D. Warren and D. 
Wilson), grocers, n. s. Chicago. 

Waterman. Nathaniel T., books, stationert 
and millinerv giMxls, n. s. Cliicago. 

Wat.Hon & Quigley (G. W. Watson and O.R 
Quigley), livery stable and proprietors of 
Marshall and Coldwater stage line, c. «. 
Hanchett. 

Way, Rev. Wainright (Episcopal). 

Welwter, II. P.. ice cream parlors, oyster n- 
hion and ri'.'itaurant, cor. Chicago and 
Hanchett. 

V/ebb, Benjamin C., justice of the petLce. 

Wells. Mrs. C. J., phot4>graph artist, n. s. 
Chicago. 

Wilcox & Brother ( W. W. & S. C^. jeweliy 
store, cor. Chicago and Public t^nare. 

W'inegnnl, Peter, bljicksniith, s. s. Chicago. 

Wing. Barney, brick maker, Chicago. 

Winter, William, lager beer saloon, opposite 
de])ot. 

Wolf. E. & (^o. (Elias Wolf and A. E. Stow- 
ell), clothing and furnishing goods, n. 8. 
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, D. & SoDfl (John D., Gtsorge B. 
t A.) meroliA»r tailors and dolh- 
'hicft^ and MoDroe. 
fra. E , dreiwi ttnd cJoak maker^ «. 
J. 

Barber & Cq. (Flomr-*? J. Wood- 
las 8. BsLThiiT and Daniel E. Dj 
il stcife^ n. B. C'hiea^^j, 
Fiilrbunktj (J. S, Woolcott and 
rbiiaks), pniiuco doalore, n. a 



30LDWATER. 

ip of BmncU cimnty. Gontaining 
at ed CI %y 1 1 f t V>ld \va t e r , n nd t he 
i^ of Branch. The township out- 
sit j linnta is almost tiiitin:ly di^- 
ncoUiire, and haf^ E^ino of the 
ictivL^ and earofuOj cultivated 
I Slate, Whi/at, com, wool and 
' principal ppoduetap 

o w jitn 1 1* up K rt!ER8. 
- — S. S. Seovillc. 
irk H. Williams. 



COLOMA. 

[>flt vilhigi' in tUei township of 
Bi^rrien couniv; 174 miles from 

COLON. / 

Ip and jjo«t village of St, Jowph 
lo rilUi"ti iH nituatfd on tiwan 
i ffKit of Pnliner lake, ont! and 
fr<nri St. Jost-ph river. It eon- 
ptUi ttird niif .Metlioiiiat church, 
Uid^t\ ont! Odd Fi^lIowV IfMrlge, 
€?jD [liars' lodp\ tivt? dry gumlta 
hardware and thn-y g-ein'ral 
ul nifclmnir^i' (ihnpt^, and a fini^ 
an*, acc/mimodatin^ 400 stii- 
I township is in a tiuu agrkul- 
l, an I is smdtieJ with beutitirul 
V»palation of towniildp, *J,.jtit){ 
jf villiigr, OOO. It ha=* a daily 
tfi^Mtfi'—Ed\^iiri\ C, Wdltislej. 

OWNS* HI r OFF ICE us, 

--^!nmfort Tyler. 
Jirle^ M. Lai^L{>]nan. 
- — C ba rl p "H W i I fe i rison . 

Prof4>nifloiiii^ TradeB, etc. 

^ri^rs ^ Daiiji'l AviTV and Barney 
sarria^'-f! mnk^T^* 
V, !;5oth, tin-inirb. 
mrU'*t & Siinti, ?+tentii sa\\^ mill, 
.nncy A., carria^? maker and 
b. 

ry, gunsmith, 

clmrdw {K. A, Beel>ec and J, C. 
Btavt* fai'^lrMy, 
, just let" of the jH'aetv 
', F., saw mill. 

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Bom« Mifis Carrie, mil linen 

Bom, Tobias, general store* 

Brownfield, David & Co., tannery. 

raton, John, hoot and shf>e maker, 

Dane, Joel, aleam saw mill, 

Deniop George, hoot and shoe maker. 

Eaton p H. O., painter. 

Eberhart, John D., Hour and saw mill* 

Evans, Architmld, ma^n. 

Gephard, B.^ mason. 

Oodfrey, L, M., physician and dentlvt. 

Green, Warren E., ooop«r, 

Griffith, EUxa, photof^rapber, 

Ilafer, AndF«jw, cjibinet maker, 

Hafer, William H„ blacksmith. 

Hazen, Mr». Jarvie, milliner. 

Heminway, WllUam B., carpenter. 

Uitl & Sons (ELisha, Edvrin K, and Thomaa 

J,), general a Lore. 
Hinekle, Danielp masim, 
llofifman, C B., flouring mill. 
Howe, Hiram A,, geixeral store. 
Houghton, Warreu, dentist, shoemaker and 

jmitiee of the pvace, 
Hug-hes k Whitmoro (EHaa Hughes and 

Pay son Whitmoro), sash, door and blind 

factory, 
Hughes, Sarah, variety store, 
Huribut, Henry H.^ harness maker. 
Kiatiey, A, J,, Inaarance ag-t-'nt. 
Lampman, Charles M., hanlware. 
LeJand, Lewia A,, lawyer and justice of the 

peace, 
Mc Daniels, James, proprietor of St. Nicho- 

latj Hotel, 
McKinstry, Thomas, eooper. 
Mitchell, Nalhau, physician. 
Paek, Rev. ^VUliam (Haptiat). 
Pike, J. W., groceries and Yankee DotloosL 
Re vn olds, David C, druggist, 
RiJhards, D, C. & Co, (D, C Richards, 

Uaorge Tyler and J, W, Sinionds), fotm- 

drj' and sbrghmn factory. 
Sage, Seymour B„ lawyer, jojitlee of the 

ptittce and Insu ranee agent. 
Sides, lanac, jihysiclan, 
Taylor, Leauder, grocery and meat market. 
Taylor, Oliver, eooiier. 
Wellesloy, Edward i\, merchant tailor, 
Wlntmore, Timothy, merchant tailor. 
Whitmort', Willapcl, carpenter, 
Whitnev, F. R,, jminter and livery stable. 
Winehell, N. H,, principal of Colon Semi- 
nary. 
Worsey & Co. (Heniy and Sidney), general 

stfjre. 
Worts, Jacob, blacksmith. 



COLUMBIA, 

A township and post offiefl in Jackson 
county, fivp miles from Napoleon, its near- 
est shipping j*oint, on the Jackson branch of 
the M, S. K. R, {name of village, Jeffersfjn), 
It contains a Bajftlat church, a flouring mill, 

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a saw mill, etc. Population of township, 
1,500; population of village, 160. Three 
mails a week. Postnuuter — Charles Crarj. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — William Windle. 
Clerk — James M. Kress. 
Treasurer — Daniel Every. 
lilst of Profeaslona, Trades, etc. 

Birch, Beverly, carpenter. 

Booth, M., carpenter. 

Church, John, sorghum manufacturer. 

Cogswell, Alanson, cooper. 

Cook, Rev. Luther R. (Baptist). 

Cook, Luther R., physician. 

Crary, Charles A., shingle maker. 

Delamater, W. W., grocer. 

Fitch, Charles, physician. 

Qriffin, Orson, carpenter. 

Herman, Lester, justice of the peace. 

Hollister, Reuben O., justice of the the 

peace. 
Johnson, Daniel S., tobacrx) and cigars. 
Johnson, Rev. Thomas (Baptist). 
Myers, Alexander, grocer. 
Palmer, Martin F., sorghum manufacturer. 
Pickett, Lewis F., millwright. 
Pickett, Truman, carriage maker. 
Pierce, H., sorghum manufacturer. 
Swarthout, Tliomas, justice of the |)eace. 
Wesh, William, saw mill. 
Wesh, Henry, saw mill. 
White & DuBuois (George White and R. 

DuBuois), flour mill. 
White, E. L., blacksmith. 



COLUMBIA VILLE. 
A post village in Marathon township, La- 
peer county, 10 miles from Lapeer, and 18 
miles from Mt. Morris, its nearest 8hipi)ing 
point, on the Flint and Pere Manjuette 
Railread. It contains a hotel, two etorc's 
and several mills and mechanics' shops. 
Population, 150. Semi-weekly mail. Post- 
master — William Peter. 

lilut or Proftesulons, Trades, etc, 

Aurand, Daniel, carpenter. 

Aurand, Jacob, coopler. 

Carpenter, (ieorge, carpenter. 

Congdon, H. L., physician. 

Congdon, H. L., notel. 

Cutting, L. D., boots and shoes. 

Davis, John, carpenter. 

Grover, William, blacksmith. 

Hemingway, H. L., saw mill. 

LawreDce, *D. (J., saw mill, and justice of the 

peace. 
McDowell, Thomas, general store. 
Moore, James, boots and shoes. 
Peter, William, general store. 



COLUMBUS. 
A township and post office of St. Clair 
county, situated on the Grand Trunk Rail- 



way, 40 miles from Detroit. Population, 
1,000. A daily mail is received. 

COMMERCE. 

A township and post village of Oakland 
county, on the south side of Bart Imke, and 
12 miles south-west of Pontlac, its nearest 
shipping point. It contains three churche8» 
a lodge of Masons and one of Good Tern 
plars. Population of township, 1,500. 
Daily mail received. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervistyr — Albert Richardson. 
(7^rA— Thaddous A. Smith. 
Ireasurer — Edward Barkham. 

lilut of ProfDaslona, TnUlea, ete* 

Barkham, Edward, miller. 

Bowman, C-harles, blacksmith. 

Clark, H. H., general store. 

Fo8U»r, William, carriage maker. 

Goodville, Rev David. 

Hickey, James, mason. 

Hungerfonl, William, harness maker. 

Kennedv, William C, justice of the peace. 

King, \V. D. & S. (Walter D. and Sidney), 

iron foundry. 
Mix, William' grocer. 
Rounds, Asa, carriage maker. 
Rounds, Hawley, mason. 
Smith, Thaddeus A., hotel and livery. 
Sutton, James, blacksmith. 
Young, John, blacksmith. 



COMSTOCK. 
A township and )X)6t village of Kala- 
mazoo county, on the Michigan Central 
Rail road , 1 37 mil (»s west from Detroit. Total 
population, 2,000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEKS. 

Supervisor — George R. C. Adams. 

CONCORD. 

A township and i)ost village in 'Jackson 
county, situatecl on the stage route between 
Jackson and Jonesville. It contains fbor 
churches, viz: Presbyterian, Methodist, ! 
Baptist and Universalist ; several stores, j 
mills, manufactories and mechanics' shops. 
The (uist branch of the Kalamazoo river, in- 
tersects the town, and furnishes a fine 
water power. Population of township and 
village, about 1,500. 

CONSTANTINE. V 
A township and thriving incorporated 
post village of St. Joseph county, on the St. 
Joseph river, at the mouth of Fawn river, 
and on the Three Rivers branch of the 
Michigan Southern Railroad, 166 miles 
south-west from Detroit. The Fawn river 
furnishes at this point one of the best water 
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conntrj is highly cultivated, and embraces 
some of the k^st farming lands in Southern 
liichigan — mostly prairie and burr-oak 
openings. The village is pleasantly located, 
and mnch attention is given by the citizens 
to the ornamentation of their streets and 
open grounds, with forest trees and shrub- 
berry. The village contains three churches, 
(Presbyterian, Methodist and Dutch Reform- 
ed), a weekly newspaper, the Constantine 
Mercury, published by Levi T. Hull, a Ma- 
sonic lodge (Siloam, No. 85), two flour mills, 
two saw mills, a machine shop, planing 
mill and bedstead factory, a large woolen 
factory, two hotels, one national bank, and 
about twenty stores and groceries. Popula- 
tion of village about 1,800. It has a daily 
mail. Postmoiler — ^Nicholas Hill. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisorr — John Harrison. 
(7^rA— -Clinton Doolittlo. 
Treasurer — J. W. Stevens. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

President — Thomas Mitchell. 
Beecrder — ^Hiram Lindslev.-^ 
IVu8tees—L. T. HuU, C. J. Bandholtz, S. 

P. Davis, J. W. Jackson, C. N. Bamum. 
lilmt of Profusions, Trades, etc. 

Anderson, George, grocer. ' 

Armitage & Co., grocers and produce deal- 
ers. 

Barnard, John D., livery stable. 

Bamum, Charles N.. general store. 

Barry, John S., banker. 

Benham, , insurance agent. 

Beardsley, Rev. J. W. (Dutch Reformed). 

Bloust, Jonas, carpenter. 

Bandholtz, Christian J., harness maker. 

Bonebright & French, saw mill. 

Bradshaw, Walter, caq^enter. 

Briggs, John K., general store. 

Bristol, Almeron, cabinet maker. 

Cambum, Rev. M. B. (Methodist). 

Cond, Charles W., druggist. 

Coffinberry, Salathiel C., lawyer. 

Corpe, Mrs. M. J., milliner. 

Coleman, John, barber. 

Crom. Lewis, mason. 

Denhis, Harwood Z., carpenter. 

Doolittie, Clinton, harness maker. 

Dressier, Daniel, carpenter. 

Dryer, Levi T., dentist. 

Dutcher, Warren, car[^nter. 

Dunwell, George, grocer. 

Drake, M. F. & Co., harness makers. 

Eaton, Eliphus, furniture dealer. 

Evans, D. D., cooper. 

Easterbrook & Flack, boot and shoe makers, 

Fonda k Redfeam (Edmund Fonda and 
James Reifearn), general store. 

Force, George W., physician. 

Gardner, John R., planing mill. 

Garton & Carnal, meat market. 

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George & Tweedle, foundry and machine 
shop. 

Gladding, John P., books, stationery and 
jewelry. 

Green, Thomas, carpenter and builder. 

Harvey & Crossett, steam saw mill. 

Haslet, Peter, cashier First National Bank. 

Hartranft. John, carpenter. 

Hagenbuch (Hog-a-boo) Aaron, real estate 
agent and pound master. 

Henry k Clark, jewelers. 

Hill, Nichols, postmaster, news depot, sta- 
tionery, etc. 

Holmes, David T., mason. 

Hubbard, Charles P., music teacher. 

Hubbard, Mrs. CTiarles P., milliner. 

Hughes, Rev. T. C. (Presbyterian). 

Hull, Levi T., editor and publisher of Mer- 
cury. 

Gibson & Morrison ( Gibson and A. W. 

Morrison), dry goods. 

Jacobs, Henry, blacksmith. 

Jenks, L. B., insurance agent. 

Kahn, Nathan B., grocer and dealer in 
clothing. 

Keasey, Daniel & Co., cabinet makers. 

Langlev, Thomas C, general store. 

Lantz h Lindsley, general store. 

Lindslay, Hiram, justice of the i)eace.«* 

Lintz, George, carpenter. 

Lintz, Jacob, brewery. 

Melvin, Thomas, blacksmith. 

Millington, Charles R., lawyer and justice of 
the peace. 

Mitchell, Thomas, hardware. 

Miller & Teesdale ( Abram Miller and Samuel 
Teesdale), carriage makers. 

Morrison, John, carpenter. 

Morse, Francis, physician. 

Nicar & Jenks (James M. Nicar and L. B. 
Jenks), druggists. 

Osbom, Lewis C., mason. 

Patterson, William, machinist. 

Palmer, James, carpenter. 

Riley, Henry H., lawyer. 

Rice, B. F., insurance agent. 

Roberts & Davey (Henry Roberts and Wil- 
liam Davey), merchant tailors. 

Root, Henrv E., propr. Wells House. 

Root, Charles, liverv stable. 

Roach, Henry, hardware. 

Russell, E. L., hardware. 

Schofield, Joseph & Co., woolen factory. 

Sheldon, Ephraim H., president First Na- 
tional Bank. 

Shellhous, Cyrus, brick yard. 

Sixby, David, grocer. 

Smith, Dwight, mason. 

Stark k Brother, saloon and bakery. 

Steers, Samuel, carpenter. 

Syas, John, mason. 

'Thomas, Joel N., boot and shoe maker. 

Thome, Edward, physician. 

Thurber, Miss Jennie, milliner. 

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Tubbe. Isaac, carpenter. 

Tweedale, John, machinist. 

Ward, Thomas R., bakery and eating sa- 
loon. 

Waterson, Watt & Sheldon, general store. 

Wells & Galam (J. M. Wells and Timothy 
Calam). dry goods, boots and shoes, cloth- 
ing, groceries, etc. 

Wells, Franklin, general store. 

Westcott, George, carpenter. 



COOPER. • 

A township and post village of Kalami* 
zoo county, on the Kalamazoo and Grand 
Rapids stage route, 150 miles west from De- 
troit, and seven miles north of Kalamazoo. 
th(^ nearest shipping point. The township 
is intersected by the Kalamazoo river. The 
soil is a sandy loam, veiy productive. 
Surface slightly rolling. The village con- 
tains one Congregational, one Free-will 



Wetchterheiser, Frederick, boot and shoe j Baptist, and one Methodist churdi; two 



maker. 



CONVIS. 

A township and post office in Calhoun 
connty, 6 miles from Marshall, its nearest 
shipping ix)int and express office, on the 
Michigan Central Railrtmd. Population, 2,- 
000. Mail tri-weekly. Paatnuuter — James 
Walkinshaw. 

TOWNSHIP OPFICKK8. 

Supervisor — James Walkinshaw. 
C/f r>fc— U. B. White. 
Treasurer — Wm. Wheeler. 

lilst of Proftomlons, Trades, etc. 

Austin, O. B.,ju8ticeof the peace. 

Bailey & Allen, l)oot and shoe makers. 

Burlinghani. F. D., blacksmith. 

Callender, John, coojier. 

Chide8t<;r, Nathan, justice of the peace. 

Crmklin. John, steam saw mill. 

Demott, Henry, cooper. 

Demott, (iiH)rge, c<>oi)er. 

Goucher, Omian, justice of the peace. 

Hart, Henr>', saw mill. 

Hinman. Shrnnan, gate and sleigh maker. 

Hobbs, Joseph, blacksmith. 

Mayo, James, blacksmith. 

Paxton, James. car|)enter. 

White, Charles, carpenter. 



CONWAY. 

A townsliip and post village of Livingston 
county, containing three churches, two 
stores and a good sch(M)l. Population of 
township, 800. Semi-weekly mail. Post- 
master — H. Snyder. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Suprrnnor — Benjamin P. Sherman. 
CV/rXr— F. B. Parsons. 

lilst of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Billings. Hiram, lM)ot and shoii maker. 

("amp, Martin W., carriage maker. 

Fuller, Orlando M., shoemaker. 

Gordon, James, blacksmith. 

Mills, William, cooler. 

Mowers, Rev. B. 

Olds. M. W., caqxjnter. 

Pitts, Austin, carjwnter. 

Randall, R., phvsician. 

Stanfield, Rev. T. 



hotels, one saw mill and one general store. 
Population of entire township, about 1,500. 
It has a daily mail. Pottmtuler-'Onn. J. 
Woodward. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEKB. 

Supercisor — Lewis A. Crane. 
CliTk—C\RTk Edwards. 
Treasurer — S. D. Earle. 
lAnt of Proftomlona, Tradoa, etc 

Campl>ell, Rev. William M. (Congregational). 

Chai>in, Rt^v. George W. (Metho<li8t). 

Crane, Lewis A., justice of the peace. 

Earl, Sanfonl D., car]x?nter. 

FurgUKon, Charles E., hotel. 

Ilutl', Jaco]),*blacksmith. 

Lincoln, Samuel, saw mill. 

Newton, Samuel, carjM'nter. 

Nicol, Thomas, blacksmith. 

Norton, Asa, hotel. 

Smith, Ijevi, justice of the peace. 

Smith, Francis, blacksmith. 

Smith. Ira J., blacksmith. 

Strrmg. R. M.. physician. 

Wirks, Pidwanl L., justice of the peace. 

Wicks. PMwanl S., carix^nter. 

Wotnlward, Orin J., general store. 

COOPERSVILLE.V 
A ]K)st \illag«» of Ottawa connty, in the 
township of Polkton, on flie IMroii and 
Milwaukee Railroail. 170 miles northwest 
from Detroit. It contuins one hotel, two 
general stores, a tannery, and several me- 
chanic shops. It has a daily mail. Pod- 
viasUr — William Wilson. 

lilut of ProftesMlona, Trades, et«. 

Brace & Wilw^n (Elisha Brace and William 
Wilson), gi^ieral store. 

Brown, Joseph, carjienter. 

Cilley, Janu's, lawyer. 

Danforth. Cicorge \V., general store. 

Enstman. Jaiut't*, bfK>t und shoe maker. 

Hazolton. Simeon, justice of the i>eace. 

Lawton, Josiah T.. c(H)iM?r. 

Lawton. Rev. Danirl B. (Methodist). 

Liiru', Warren, gtuu-ral store. 

Newton, J., hotel (Cnoporsville House). 

Plu'lps & Bn>ther, tannery and leather deal- 
ers. 



Plu?li>s. Mrs., millinor. 
Randall, Schnylrr, blacksmith. 

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VV. & Son, lumber dealers. 
Lmuel, blacksmith. 
>n, Jacob S., carpenter, 
oel A., carpenter. 



OPPER HARBOR. 

village of Keweenaw county, sit- 

the extreme northerly point of 
1 in the State of Michigan. It is 

west of *• Old Fort Wilkins," a 
)09t of the United States, now oc- 

Extengiivo shipments of copper 
? from this \)on during the season 
tion. It contains a general store, 
irch, school, etc. The ** Star Mine," 
!ine," ** Resolute Mine," and " Ma- 
?," are all locate<l near .this place 
t work. Daily mails are received 
le season of navigation, and tri- 
lails the remainder of the season. 
»u, about 300. PostimiMcr — Dan- 
tckway. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

inor — George W. Perry. 
Georgj} \V. Sumner. 
rer — ^Edward Guilbault. 

»r Professions, TrRdes, etc. 

)hn, hotel. 

r, I). D., justice of the peace. 

nry, hotel. 

8., physician. 

eorge W., lawyer and deputy col- 

)f customs. 

I (iuilbiiult, general store, forward- 

l commission. 

William II.. real estate dealer. 

fosi'ph, justice of the peace. 

)hn, hotel. 

U)hn, hotel. 



CORUNNA. 

unty scat of Shiawassee county is 
ix)rated village of about 1,800 in 
\. It is j)leasjintly located on both 
lie Shiawassee river. 75 miles north- 
Detroit, on the; Detnnt and Milwau- 
road. It was first scuttled in 1837 
npany of Scotch. It became the 
»at in 1840, and since the comple- 
te Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad 
vn rapidly. It contains a large 
nill, two iron foundries and machine 
wo*)l<'n fuctory and ulxmt twenty 
fine court house, a union school, a 
ew.spaper,77//' ShifuraHHee Aineriniu, 
r prr)fcssions andnn'chunical trades, 
coal dejiosits underlie this section, 
McArthur Coal CVmipany is one of 
institutions of Corunna. Deposits 
on and fire-clay are also found here, 
lot as yet dev(;loped to any i)aying 
PoHtmoHttr — William E. Cummin. 

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VILLAOE OFFICERS. 

Prendent — Alexander McArthur. 

Clerk^D&vid F. Alsdorf. 

Jdarshal — Sheldon Keith. 

Attorney — S. Titus Parsons. 

Trustees — D. B. Wilcox, Daniel Bush, J. 

B. Wheeler, Joseph Thayer, James Anderson 
and Joseph Hulick. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate — Sullivan R. Kelsey. 
ASA^njT— David Parker. 
C^^rA-— Phillip W. Coleman. 
Register — Cliarles Holman. 
Treasurer — James Cummin. 
ProsectUmg Attorney — Ebenezer Gould. 
Circuit Court Commissioner — James M. 
Goodell. 

Surveyor — Ezra L. Mason. 

Coroners — Mills Tuttle and M. Marshall. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Moderator— E. F. W^ade. 

Director — E. C. Moore. 

Trustees — C. S. Converse, L. D. Phelps, 
E. F. Wade, E. C. Moore. G. W. Goodell and 
Cortes Pond. 

Union School — T. C. Gamer, principal. 

SOCIETIES. 

Corunna, Lodge, F. &.A. M. — Meets Tues- 
day on or l)efore each full moon, over First 
National Bank. 

Corunna Chapter, No. 33 — Meets first and 
third Thursday in each month, over First 
National Bank. 

Corunna Lodge, No. 64, /. 0. of 0. F.— 
Meets every Monday evening in Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall. 

Golden Rule Encampment, No. 21 — Meets 
Wednesday evenings, at Odd Fellows* Hall. 

Corunna Ladies' Library Association — 
Met^ts Wednesdays in Phoenix Block. 

Corunna Lodg^, No. 363. /. O. of O. T— 
Meets every Friday evening in Bacon Block. 

CHURCHES. 

Methodist Church — McDonald street, Rev. 
John Weslej', pastor. 

PreM)ytertan Church — Court House, Rev. 
E. E. Gregory, pastor. 

Unicersalist Church — Court House, Rev. 

C. W^ Knickerbocher, jmstor. 

Episcf/fHd — Court House, Rev. Bouch- 

man, rector. 

Roman Catholir Church — Shiawassee ave. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The ShiairasMce American (weeklv), pub- 
lished by John N. Ingersoll, comer Shiawas- 
see ave. and Frasier. Republican. 

m'arthur mining company. 
Pnsidejit — G. W. P(»ck. Secretary and 
Treasurer — J. M. Vanderhoof. General 
Superintendent — Alexander McArthur. 
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PUBLIC HALLS. 

Festal HaU — Shiawassee are. 
Bacon HaU — Shiawassee ave. 
Odd FeUom' -fla«— Phoenix Block. 
Masonic HaU — Over First National Bank. 

lilst of Professions, Trades, etc* 

Alsdorf, D. F.. physician. 

Anderson, James, Jr., blacksmith. 

Anderson, James, merchant tailor. 

Armstrong, C. T., physician. 

Armstrong, Jerome, harness maker. 

Bacon, E. Af., physician. 

Barbour & Co., hardware. 

Barker, J. C. & Co. (J. C. Barker and L. Pitt), 
meat market. 

Barker, Orsin 8., proprietor American Hotel. 

Beardsley, H. P., watchmaker and jeweler. 

Benham, G. W., billiard saloon. 

Benham, W. U., saloon. 

Benjaman, Daniel I., picture gallerj'. 

Bradley, A., bowling saloon. 

Bradley & Wilcox (B. Bradley and L. H. 
Wilcox), butchers. 

Brown, William, blacksmith. 

Bush k Anderson (Daniel Bush and Joseph 
Anderson), Corunna Flouring Mills. 

Bush. James E., grocer. 

Carland & Ormsby (M. E. Carland and M. 
Ormsby), grocers. 

Chaml)erlain, John, boots and shoes. 

Clark, Miss Elizabeth O.. milliner. 

Collins, Jeremiah, boots and shoes. 

Cooper, George H., dentist. 

Cooper, 9. W., furniture dealer and 
undertaker, Shiawassee ave. 

COOPER, S. W., Corunna Nursery, Cary's 
addition. 

COOPER. S. W., undertaker. Brady. 

C/orwin, W. S., barber. 

Cummin & Greer (Alexander Cummin and 
Joseph Greer), dry goods. 

Dcyo, A. J., painter. 

Edwards, A. G., gunsmith. 

Etschmann, Jjouis, furniture. 

Ferrv, Thtnidore W., grocer. 

FIRSt national bank, Hugh McCurdy, 
president, Alf^xander Mc Arthur, vice-pres- 
ident, S. B. Raynale, cashier. 

Gage, A. C, blacksmith. 

Gage, Albert, saloon. 

Gage, Ellis, wagon maker. 

GatFnev, Lawrence W., grocer. 

Goodell, G. W., druggist. 

Goodell, James M., Circuit Court Commis- 
sioner for Shiawassee county. 

Hall, Mrs. M. J., milliner. 

Hay, George, l)oots and shoes. 

Harding £ McArthur (Joseph M. Harding 
and Alexander McArthur), planing mill, 
Stat«. 

Harris, George W., justice of the peace. 

Hasoall, J. \\., physician. 

Hewitt. John I., i)hyHician. 

Hildreth, Jeremiah,' grocer. 



Hill & Co. (L. and H. Hill), baidware. 
Howard, J. E., station agent Detroit and 

Milwaukee. 
HULICK & HARPER (J. HuUck and B. B. 

Harper), general store, comer ShiawasRe 

ave. and Frasier. 
Ingersoll, John N., justice of the peace and 

editor SMawasaee American. 
Jackson, Cliarlos, photographer. 
Keys, John, merchant t^lor. 
Lemberger E. & Bro. (E. and M.), genenl 

store. 
Lemberger, Simon, clothing. 
Lemon & Manning, carriage makers. 
Litchfield, James, state agent for Photogrsph 

Family Record. 
Lyman, Plinny S., woolen factory. 
Martin, H. C, meat market. 
McArthur, Alexander, justice of the peace. 
McArthur, Chauncey, saw mill. 
McLaughlin. Robert, iron foundry and ma- 
chine shop. 
Mclaughlin, Ephrim. grocery and bakery. 
Milliken, Alexander, saloon. 
Moore & Pond (E. C. Moore and Cortes 

Pond), druggists. 
Morris, J., proprietor Corunna Honse. 
Nelson, W. A., groceries and liooors. 
Parsons & Carland (S. Titus Parsons and 

John Carland), lawyers. 
Patton, R. A., dentist. 
PAYNE & DOYLE, proprietors Grant 

House. 
Pettibone, Seth, foundry and machine shop. 
Phelps, Lorenzo D., books and stationery. 
Phillips, Austin, painter. 
Schaffer, John, grocery and saloon. 
Shuttleworth. James, watchmaker and 

picture gallery. 
Slater, James, harness maker. 
Sloan & Smith (J. E. Sloan and A. M. Smith), 

carriage makers. 
Smith, Clark, painter. 
Thayer, Joseph M.. planing mill. 
Thompson, Edward, painter. 
Turner, J. W., lawyer. 
Tut tie, Mills, physician. 
Wade, Ebenezer,* boot«, shoes and leather. 
Wells, T. S., liverv stable. 
WHEELER. J. B. k Co. (J. B. Wheeler, 

James Cummin and Isaac Gale), bankers^ 

corner Shiawassee ave. and Frasier. 
Wheeler, David, liverv stable. 
WILCOX, A. & H.. manufacturers of sash, 

doors, shingles and lath, comer Fraiier 

and Brady. 
Wilcox, George, general store. 



COTTRELVILLE. 
A township of St. Clair county, on the 
St. Clair river, containing the flourishing 
post village called " Murium City." 



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Supervisor — ValeDtino A. Saph. 
Clerk — Nathan S. Boynton. 
Treasurer — James Robertson. 



COUBTLAND. 
A township in Kent cxmntj, on the sta^e 
route between Grand Rapids and Greenville. 
Nearest shipping point. Grand Rapids, 20 
miles. Population, 1,000. Name of post 
office, Courtland Centre. Postmaster — 
George T. Sanders. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEBS. 

Supervisor — William H. Myer. 
Clerk — John Hughes. 
Treasurer — Calvin Thompson. 

Islmt of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Burch, Dewitt C, physician. 

Elkin, Freeman, hotel. 

Myrrs, William H., justice of the peace. 

Solkeld, Joseph, justice of the peace. 

Saunders, George P., general store. 

Tefft, Oren J., justice of the peace. 

Wood, Rev. Robert (Episcopal). 

CROCKERY. 
A township of Ottawa county, containing 
the small post village of Nunica. Popula- 
tion, about 800. 



Shepherd, O. W., hotel. 

Stengle, Yost, cooper. 

Tannewit, Joseph, blacksmith. 

Thomas, John, carriage mi^er. 

Truesdell, Backart & Co., grist mill. 

'1 ruesdell, G. & A., generai store. 

Truesdell, A., claim agent and notary public. 

Tucker, David N., grocer. 

Terry, T. G., physician and druggist. 

Wilmer, Edwaid, mason. 



CROTON. 
A township and post village in the coun- 
ty of Newaygo, on the Mu&egon river, at 
the junction of the Big and Little Muske- 
gon, 40 miles north of Grand Rapids, which 
is its nearest shipping point by railroad. It 
contains several stores and mechanic shops, 
and has an extensive and important lumber 
trade. Population 600. Daily mail. Post- 
master — A. Truesdell. 

I<lst or Prolusions, Trades, etc. 

Anderson, James, carpenter. 
Bigelow, A. P., grocer. 
Botsford, J. A., sawyer. 
Butler, John, grocer and druggist. 
Cameron, H. B., sawyer. 
Cory, M. S., physician. 
Eages, Michael, blacksmith. 
Gerrish, N. L., lumberman. 
Higbee, Nelson, justice of the peace and no- 
tary public. 
Billiard, James, tailor. 
Horton, Charles E., hotel and saw mill. 
Hopper, G. N., boot and shoe store. 
Joidkn, M. M , carpenter. 
Kline, Matthias T., justice of the peace. 
Lyon, J. D., mason. 
McCidl, Alexander, shoe shop. 
Mitchell, R. P., lumberman. 
Peters, Ira, carpenter. 
Probasco, John, justice of the peace. 
Rice, D. M., grocer. 

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CRYSTAL. 
A township and post office of Montcalm 
county, 22 miles north of Muir station, on 
the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad. The 
township is watered by Fish river, a branch 
of the Grand, and contains several beauti- 
ful lakes. Sur£EU^ gently undulating. 
Soil excellent. 



DALLAS. 

A township and village of Clinton county. 
Population 1.000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Orrin Rice. 
Clerk — Jacob Schraft. 



DALTON. 
A township and postoffice of Muskegon 
county. 

DANBY. 

A township and post office in Ionia coun- 
ty, on Grand River. Population of town- 
ship 800. It is situated in the south east 
corner of the county, 18 miles south of the 
Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. Contains 
one church (Methodist), and a few mechanic 
shops. Postmaster — John Compton. 

lilut of Prof^Mlons, Trades, ete« 
Andrews, Martin, wagon maker. 
Barnard, W. D., physician. 
Brown, Calvin, pnysician. 
Brown, Robert, physician. 
Cole, L., carpenter. 
Meritt, Martin, carpenter. 
Neil, Allen, general store. 
Reed, Highland, blacksmith. 
Ryan, J., physician. 
Triphflgan, W. T., carpenter. 
VanAnthrop, R. W., physician. 
Wood, J., carpenter. 



DANSVILLE. 
A post village of Ingham county, eight 
miles from Mason, the county seat, on the 
Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw Railroad ; 77 
miles south-west from Detroit ; 22 miles from 
Lansing and 25 miles from Jackson. It is a 
thriving village, supported by a fine farming 
country. It contains four general dry goods 
stores, two hardware and two drug stores, 
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two carriage shops, a foundry and a steam 
planing mill, a flouring and saw mill, and a 
Baptist, Methodist and Prrabyterian church. 
A nne imion school house is being built. It 
contains a lodee each of Masons, Odd Fel- 
lows, and Good Templars. Nearest ship- 
ping point, Mason. It receives a daily mail. 
Population about 450. 

TOWNSHIP 0FPICBR8. 

Supervisor — Samuel S. Raydon. 
Clerk — D. L. Crokinan. 
Treasurer — A. B. CJoy. 
lilfit of Profesalons, Trades, etc. 

Atwood, Marcus M., lawyer. 
Ball, Q. M., carriage maker. 
Barnes, Chauncey, carriage maker. 
Carter, H. H., carpenter. 
CJoy, A. B., Union Hotel. 
GROSSMAN & WOODHOUSE (D. L. Cross- 
man and Samuel Woodhouse), general 

store. 
Dakin, Elisha. cooper. 
Darkin, John B., general store. 
Dean, Cyrus W., harness maker. 
Dean, L. D., physician. 
Etchells, Peter general store. 
Fay, Alfred, painter. 
Fields, Frank, cabinet maker. 
Fields, H. H., cabinet maker and planing 

mill. 
Fox, D. D., hardware store. 
Fox, Mrs. D. D., milliner. 
Qrabowsky, A. & Brother (Abraham and 

SolomonJ, general store. 
Gregg, William, dentist. 
Heald, W. W. & Brother (William W. and 

Charles), carriage shop. 
Hcndrick, L. B., carriage maker. 
Hendrick, S. P., carpenter. 
Hendryx & Fletcher, gunsmiths 
Herald. James L., blacksmith. 
Hicks & Whipple (A. P. Hicks and N. A. 

Whipple), carriage shop. 
Hicks, A. P., blacksmith. 
Hobbs, Carpenter & Co., flouring mill. 
Hoffinan, Mrs. J., milliner. 
Jessup, Daniel and Martin, saw mill. 
Keen, Joseph, carpenter. 
Lebar, L., carriage maker. 
Manning, Rev. William H. (Protestant 

Methodist). 
Murray, Ekiward, jeweler. 
Nelson, H., blacksmith. 
Newkirk, Charles, painter. 
Owens, Rev. (Methodist). 
Pain & Hoffinan (A. B. Pain and Theodore 

Hoffinan), hardware store. 
Parks, Carleton, shoemaker. 
Post, S. & W. J., boots and shoes. 
Poxen, B., blacksmith. 
Purritt, Rev. C. G. (Baptist). 
Randall, Charles, physician. 
Rice, Egl)ert, general store. 
Richards, A. J., cabinet maker. 



Rogers, J. J,, carpenter. 

Sherwood, Jesse, boot and shoe maker. 

Stewart, William A., cooper. 

Strong, L. K., carpenter. 

Taylor, J. B., Exchange hotel. 

Thompson, James, foimdry. 

Tupper, T. T., carriage maker. 

Waldo, Charles, cooper. 

Walker, E. C, boots and shoes. 

Webb, T. J., physician and druggist. 

West, John, blacksmith. 

Weston, D. T., druggist and physician. 

Weston, A. H., physician. 

Woolcott, James, grocery. 

DAVISBURQH. 

A post village of Oakland county, in the 
township of Springfield, on the Detroit and 
Milwaukee Railroad, 43 miles north-west of 
Detroit. It has two churches (Methodist 
and Presbyterian), four general stores, one 
drug store, a hotel, flour mill, etc. Daily 
mail received. PostmoMer -James E. Pepi)er. 

lilat or Profeaalons, Trmden, etc. 
Alderman, Mrs. E. A., milliner. 
Ballard, William, blacksmith. 
Bancroft, Rev. J. O. (Methodist). 
Brock, George, carpenter. 
Brownell, Harry W., cooper. 
Burnam, Henry C, general store. 
Davis, John C, flouring mill. 
Day, Eli H., general store. 
Feniriek, l¥ililain £., physician and 

druggist. 
Garner, George W., harness maker. 
Hickoy, Wilson J., iron foundry. 
Hickey, , commission merchant and 

dealer in wool, grain, etc. 
Horton, Darwin B., propr. of Railroad Hotel. 
Hust^d, Charles & Albert, carpenters. 
Lyon, Rev. George M. (Methodist), and jus- 
tice of the peace. 
Merryweather, Horatio, surveyor. 
Miller. J. D., physician and ajH)thecary. 
Murgitrovd, Edward, wagon maker. 
Pepi>er, W. J. & J. T. (William J. and John 

T.), general store. 
PHILLIPS, BRAINARD J., dealer in pia- 

nos and musical instruments. 
Read, Jolm G., justice of the peace. 
Read, Phineas, wagon maker. 
Reamer, Jonah & Aaron, carpenters. 
Rothwcll, Burras R., agent of D. and M. R. 

R. and American Express C<)mpany. 
Rothwell, Harry R., stock dealer. 
Sinison & Hannett, boot and shoemakers. 
Skinner, Frank, mason. 
Swazzie, Anthony J., justice of the peace. 
Tucker. Rev. Norman (Presbyterian). 
Wcatherson, Charles, blacksmith. 
Wheeler, JoHeph T., general store. 
Wheeler, James T., attorney at law. 
Wright, David A., attorney and notary 

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DAVISON. 

A township and poet office in the eastern 
part of Genesee county, nine miles east of 
Flint, on the line of the proposed Port 
Huron and Lake Michigan Railroad. Pop 
alation of township, 1,000. PoHmoufter — 
W. R. Hammond. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

SuperzUar — Joseph Eastman. 
Justice — Thomas Dayton. 
Justice — Q. Townsend. 
Ll»t of Proltowiloiis, Trades, etc, 

Eastman, Joseph, physician. 
McBratney, J., shoemaker. 

Nourse. , blacksmith. 

Tucker, M. W., general store. 
Wickes, S. J., hotel. 



DAYTON. 
A post village of Berrien county, on the 
Michi^n Central Railroad, 201 miles west 
from Detroit, in an excellent farming sec- 
tion. On the south side of the town ue ex- 
tensive prairies, in a high state of cultiva- 
tion, and on the north, heavy forests of oak, 
walnut and poplar. The village has one 
Oatholic church, one organized society of 
Methodists, one of United Brethren, and 
one of Second Adventists, also one hotel, 
one flouring mill and several stores. Popu- 
lation, 800. It has a iaily mail. Poitmader 
— Zephenlah Redding. 

I<l»t of Professions, Trades, etc. 
Adams, Weaver & Xeedham (Andrew Ad- 
ams, Aaron Weaver and B. F. Needham), 
general store. 
Boswell, William, boot and shoe maker. 
Burmore, ESdward, tanner. 
Cady, Wiltion M., station agent and tele 

graph operator 
Dayton House, Fred A. Smith, proprietor. 
DeArmond, Alexander, physician. 
Emerson. D. F., boot and slioe maker. 
Gogle, John, justice of the peace. 
Hufi^hos, John, carpenter. 
Kahn. Henry, blacksmith and carriage 

maker. 
Landon, John, carpenter. 
Landon, Robert, carpenter. 
Neal, F. A., physician. 
Phillipps. Jonathan M.. physician. 
Redding, Zepheniah, general store. 
R<»ddiilg, Nelson, carpenter. 
Sidmore, David, carpenter. 
Siiiead, Emery, flouring mill. 
Swe<.'ney. James, carpenter. 
Wilson, J. H., saw mill. 

DEARBORN. 

An incorporated post village of Wayne 
county, in the township of the same name, 
on the Michigan Central Railroad, ten miles 
west of Detroit. The village has a popnla- 

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tion of about 300. and has several stores and 
churches, together with an arsenal of the 
United States. 



DECATUR. 

A flourishing incorporated village of VanBu- 
ren county, in a townshipof the same name, 
on the Michigan Central Railroad. 167 miles 
from Detroit, and 117 miles from Chicago. 
It is situated iu the centre of a rich agricul- 
tural district, and is the outlet for produca 
for many miles around. It is known by 
eastern buyers as one of the best wheat 
growing sections in the West, the quality 
always commanding the highest price in 
Eastern markets. The village has an en- 
terprising population, and is destined to be- 
come a place of considerable importance. It 
contains about twenty stores, two hotels, a 
private banking house, one Masonic lodge 
(Decatur, No. 99), one Methodist and one 
Presbyterian church. It also contains a 
tannery, two cabinet shoiw, a stave factory, 
and several mechanical and professional 
trades. Population about 1,200. It has a 
daily mail. Postindtter^Theodore E. 
Phelps. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

Prendent—E. P. Hill. 

iZer^refor— Ward T. Gerow. 

Trustees — Isaac Higgins, Ransom Nat- 
ting, J. H. Tuttle, J. Fountain, H. A. North - 
rut, A. L. Hawks. 

List of Professions, Trades, etc. 
Abbott Brothers (O. S. and A. A.), 

general store. 
Baker, Charles Y., physician. 
Barnett, Aaron, barber. 
Barnett, Charles, lM)ot and shoe maker. 
Barney, Mrs., milliner. 
Bennett, George, justice of the peace. 
Bingham, L., groc<»r. 

Bond, William O., groceries, Yankee no- 
tions, etc. 

Boughton, , picture gallery. 

Branigan, J. T. & Co. (J. T. Branigan and 

Wilson Back), saloon and restaurant. 
Bray, Edward, carpenter. 
Butler, Henry, saloon. 
Canoll. Mrs., milliner. 
Chadwick, E. E. & J. L. (Everard E. and 

John L.), general store. 
Cole & Parkhurst (Hiram H. Cole and J. G. 

Parkhurst), lawyers. 
Conway, Thomas, saloon. 
Dey, G. W., dentist. 
Dowd, J. S. & Co. (Joseph S. Dowd and E. 

D. Clark), groceries and crockery. 
Duncombe Hoote, John Smith, 

propr. 
Forsythe, Dorrence, boot and shoe maker. 
Hathaway, A. 8., general store. 
Hawks & Thomas (E. L. Hawks and S. N. 

Thomas), hardware store. 
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Head, Miss Jennie, dress maker. 

Hodges, W. & U., boots, shoes, hats, ca^is 
and clothing. 

Jordan, T. H., merchant tailor. 

Jones & C^apin. stave factory. 

Keablcs, John T., pliysician. 

Kurtz & Casad (Samuel Kurtz and Lafayette 
Casad), cabinet makers. 

Lazalere. William & Co. (William and 
Daniel), general store. 

Little, C. T., propr. Decatur House. 

Maltby, Mrs. A. F., millinery store. 

Mapes & Kessel (M. D. Mapes and Jacob 
Kessel), carriage makers. 

McKay, George, blacksmith. 

Moore, John M., hardware. 

Nash & Keables (Ira Nash and Alonzo F. 
Keables), general store. 

Noble & Son, cabinet makers. 

Northrup, H. A. & Brother, saloon and eat- 
ing house. 

Nutting & Higgins (liansom Nutting and 
Isaac Higgins), tannery. 

Nutting, Miss Nellie, milliner. 

Pardomette, Peter, liamess maker. 

Parker & Rich (M. S. Parker and Eli Rich), 
billiard saloon. 

Ranson & Haines (Lyman T. Ranson and 
James Haines), lumber and grain dealers. 

Roberts, L. D., tobacconist and grocer. 

Rodgers, George W., physician. 

Rodgers, Henry A., grocer. 

Rovdey, C. S., dentist. 

Rogers, Henry, groceries and provisions. 

Russell, Walter, carriage maker. 

Seymour, Mace M., livery stable. 

Shaad, John, boot and shoe maker. 

Sherman, William, boots and shoes. 

Smith, Fred., jeweler. 

Tarbell, Grove, banker and insurance agent. 

Taylor, F. J., books, stationery, etc. 

Thomas, A. E., milliner. 

Trowbridge & Brother ( W. E. and P.), drug- 
gists and grocers. 

Tucker, William C, general store. 

Tyler, Elisha, jeweler. 

VanSickle, Garrett A., carpenter. 

Wheeler, A. E., boot and shoe maker. 

Wheeler, Carlton, station agent. 

Wooicott & Mead (E. G. Woolcott and Wil- 
liam Mead), harness makers. 

DEEBFIELD. 

A township in the northern part of Liv- 
ingston county. A post office of the same 
name is located in the township ot Blis- 
field, Lenawee county. 



DEERFIELD. 



A post village of Lenawee county, in the 
township of Blissfield, on the Adrian and 
Monroe branch of the Michigan Southern 
Railroad, 14 miles from Adrian, 19 miles 

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from Monroe, and 60 miles aouUiwefli from 
Detroit. It contains five stores, one flour- 
ing and two saw mills, a stave and barrel 
manufactory, planing mill, etc. Popula- 
tion, about 400. 

lilst of ProflBflalonis, Trades, ate. 

Aiken. D. A. and Brother (D. A. and A. A), 

manufacturers of fomitoie and Venetian 

blinds. 
Bacon, S. W., watchmaker and jeweler. 
Bailey, G. V., agent of Merehanto' Union 

Express Company. 
Bowerman & Brothers (D. and Thomas), 

blacksmiths. 
Bragg, Brothers (N. and J,), livery stable. 
Burnham & Baily (E. W. Burnham and G. 

V. Bailev), meat market. 
Butler E. J., hardware store. 
Canfield & Case (T. B. Canfield and C. H. 

Case), wool carding. 
Cannon & Gordon (B. Cannon and T. 6. 

Gortlon), general store. 
Deitz, F., boot and shoe maker. 
Hemenway, J., flouring and saw mill. 
Irish & Johnson (Luther Irish and R N. 

JohntMm), general store. 
Irish, L., agent .Etna Insurance Company. 
Irish, M.. blacksmith. 
Jackson & Man ley, carpenters. 
Jolmson, R. N., agent U. S. Express Com- 
pany, 
lioach, Thomas, sen., boot and shoe maker. 
Leach, Thomas A., harness maker. 
Manning, Jam<^, carpenter. 
McDomiott & Stewart (P. J. McDermott 

and D. J. Stewart), general store. 
Mills & Kelley (George Mills and J. Kelley), 

blucksiniths. 
Newkirk. R. R., planing mill and mannfac- 

turer of hubs, broom nandles, etc. 
OriiiNby, E. S., notary public and daim 

agent. 
Grmsby, L. & Co. (L. and E. D. Ormsby), 

manufacturers of staves, barrels, broom 

handlcH, t'tc. 
Gmisby, L., notary public and conveyancer. 
Sconvins, John, tailor. 
SisRon, J. Z., carjienter. 
Stevens, M., boot and shoe maker. 
Watson, C. T. & Co. (C. T. Watson and 

Robert M. Kingsley), tray factory. 
Webster, Ira, steam saw mill. 
Webster, J., carriage maker. 



DELHI. 
A township of Ingham county, and sta 
tion on the Jackson. I^ansing and Saginaw- 
Railroad. Post olBce, Holt. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — John Thompson. 
Clrrk — William Watson, 
Treasurer — Ileurv Scott. 



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A township aiid p<ifc.t village of Eaton 
\ , five inil»*« fmm Lansing* Popula- 
1 entire township, TOO. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

N . „ / r r»or — A* Inpferwjll. 
I >>futurfr — A- T. Parson*. 

DENMARK. 

A t/iwnphi[> nf Tuiieola roinity, 90 mll*!« 
Aorth of r><jtroit,and bunlering un Saginaw 

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DETROIT 

. Til''' commfcrdal ♦'iii|>ornim of ilw Stute 

fi, and coimty sunt of Wftvne 

.sitiiatefl on tht- Ik^troil rivi^r, 

lira Ir'Iow Ltiki* St. Clnir. nod eigh- 

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I^ansmK, in lalitiite 42^ 24' north 

i^itutli' 82^ 58' wt'st ; J>20 miles from 

igton. This is by fiir thf nioMT im- 

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Tho farly ]ii><tory of Detroit date« Ixick of 
the PiiritBntt of Plymouth Kock, it havinflr 
btwn visit w! ns early as 1010 by the Froucn 
tradern. alt hrm^li it, does not a) »p*^fl r that thore 
Wii8 atiy pprmauf-nt Bcittli^meint *)f the nlckC^ 
until 1701. TlitTc? lit. jierhapB no city of tho 
Unitc^d Stati'Wthnt htm |>HNHed throufrh more 
of the viciHsltiuh's of poac^i and war, ur that 
was in the «arly history a |>oint of groatur 
9tTtt,Uig\c tuiliia.Ty iniiMtrtanc**, ** Five times 
ito flag lias rli^ne^xl, three diffl>rt;nt sover- 
iegnBliaverlaimed it8aliegianct'; twice jt hits 
been best^ipMl by thtj IndiauHp once captored 
In war, and once burned to the ground." It 
was lield by the Freneb tmtil IT'lO, when it 
fell into ibii hands of tbt^ En^'lin^h, and in 
1785 becaime a ]^Kart of the United States. 
It was lncorti»»niit^d a« a village in 1802^ 
biimt in 1805. and re incor[in rated in 1815. 
In 1810 its |K>pulatif»n was only 770; it is 
t<Mlay more than To ,000. 

The city is li^'-hte^i by gas, and watered 
from the Detr^jit river Ijy a bydraulie estab- 
lialiment in the upp(?r (wirt of the city. It 
i» adorned with w-veral lieautifnl parks and 
public Hi|nareB. Ir^ 8trf»eifl and avwnies ate 
brnad and »])Hciniis, some of the latter hav- 
ing a breadth id" 200 feet. 
I Aa a niitnufiicturing town Detroit com- 
I pareA favnrably with m*igh boring cltieB. 
Her extensive nm chine shops, for the nmnn- 
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facture of steam engines, mill irons, and 
machinery of various kinds, her extensive 
mills and factories for the manufacture of 
lumber, sash, doors, blinds, pails, etc.. her 
flouring mills, plaster mills, breweries, 
woolen factories, etc.. together constitute a 
vast and varied industry. 

Nor is Detroit behind in her charitable 
institutions. Her munificence ki^eps )>ace 
with her general industry and enterprise, 
as her numerous benevolent societies and 
asylums will attest. And her judicious sys 
tem of schools, her various literary, histori- 
cal and scientific societies and enlightened 
press sttflScicntly indicate the general intel- 
p^ence of her people. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 

Mayor — Merrill I. Mills. 
Recorder — George S. Swift. 
City Clerk — Henry Starkey. 
Deputy City Cleric — Francis Pramstaller. 
Clerk of the Recorder*^ Court— ^okn T. 
Meldrum. 
City Attorney — Thomas H. Hartwell. 
City Counselor — William Gray. 
City Treasurer — Edward S. Leadbeater. 
City Surveyor — Eugene Robinson. 
DireHorofthePoor—hMXherB. Willard. 
City Controller — Alexander H. Redfield. 
Assistant Controller — William N. Laduo. 



Captain — A. J. Rogers. 

SeraennHh-Dt^mel W. Fales, Charles S. 
Leetch, Thomas J. McHoIe. 

Doormanr^Ac^ng as Janitor, etc.)— Mor- 
ris White. 

FIRE DEPABTMEHT. 

Fire Marshal — John H. Van Schoich. 
Chief Engineer — James Battle. 
Ist Assistant Engineer — P. Shanahao. 
2d Assistant Engineer — William Canon. 

LOCATION OF 8TEAMRB8. 

Steamer No. 1 — First Ward, near oomer 
Wayne and Lamed streets. 

Stennier No. 2— Third Ward, corner Lar- 
ned and St. Antoine streets. 

Steamer No. 8— Fifth Ward, Cliflord st, 
between Washington and Woodward ave- 
nues. 

Steamer No. 4 — Eighth Ward, north side 
Orchard, between Fifth and Sixth streets. 

Stennier No, 5 — Comer Lamed and Bio- 
pel le streets. 

Hook and Ladder 0*mpany — First Ward, 
comer Lamed and Wayne streets. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Q^^ni.— William D. Wilkins, President. 
Duane Doty, Superintendent and Secretary. 
Albert Ives, Sr., Treasurer. 



RerHterof 7W«~Thomas R. Cummings. ^ ^''''^^f * ^/ ^ Board.^liA Ward^-Z, M 

Asse^or—kWen A. liabineau. j ^o^ li^ 5^^o 4, I?^' v n /^ nu 

Supentdendentof the House of Correction \ ^ Ward--^. B. McCracken, D. O. Fkr- 
— Z. R. Brockway. ™"^- 

City CoUector—John Schneider. 

Sealers of Weights and Measures— DsLnioX 
Donovan. 

Inspector of Oas Meters — Alfred Marsh. 

Harbor Ma4Aer — Jacob B. Baker. 

City Printers— Dviiroxi Free Press Co. 

City Sexton — Thomas Roche. 

Clerk of the Market— Jticoh Regnery. 

Superintendent of P^rA*^— Luke Daly. 

Aldermen — 1st Ward — George F. Bagley, 
William Stewart. 2d Ward — Alexander 
W. Copland, William H. Langley. 8rf Wurd 
— William B. Howe, Christian Melius. 4th 
Ward — James D. Wier, Frank Kremer 
5th Ward— nenry C. Knight, Walter H. 
Coots. 6th Ward — George C. C-odd, James 
D. Allison. 7th ITarrf— Enos Lebot. Fred- 
erick Ruehle. Sth Ward— WiUiam Purcell, 
John Considine. 9th Ward — A. Henry 
Schmittdiel, Eugene Laible. lOth Ward-^ 
Paul Gies, George W. Olewine. 

METROPOLITAN POLICE. 

Headquatrers, Woodbridge St., between 
Woodward ave. and Bates. 

Comminsioners — Jacob S. Farrand, presi- 
detU, L M. Mason, John J. Bagley, Alexan- 
der Lewis. 

Secretary — J. S. Booth. 

Superintendent — M. V. Borgman. 



Sd Ward — Geo. M. Rich, Henry Langley. 

Ath Ward — A. Stuttel, James A. Venn. 

r)th IF/rrrf—Erwin Palmer, R W. King. 

6th Ward—G. 0. Robinson, Mark Fl&nigan. 

7th Ward—W. D. Wilkins, J. Caspaiy. 

Sth Ward—lio\yen Mullaney, William Bu- 
chanan. 

Wi Ward — J. K. Moore, John Love. 

10th Ward — James A. Bailey, John Ken- 
dall. 

Messenger — John B. Cousins. 

WATER WORKS. 

Board of Cowmissioners — Edmund A. 
BruKh, President ; John Owen, Alexander 
D. Frazer, Stanley G. Wight and Jacob 8r 
Farrand. 

Officers— YAXmnii^ A. Brush, President; 
Robert E. Roberts, Secretary ; Benjamin B. 
Mcxire, Superinteudent of Extension and Re- 
pairs; John E. Edwards, Engineer; Jacob 
L. Muth, Reservoir Keeper ; George Kunzie, 
Recrinng Ckrk ; James Fenton, L. S. Case, 
ColU'ct^)rs. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Offices in County Court House, south-east 
corner of Griswold uud Congress streets. 

Circuit Judge — Benjamin F. H. WithereU. 

Clerk of Circmt Court — James D. Wier. 
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Circuit Court Commisnaners — Thaddeus 
K. Gillett, William S. Atwood. 

Judge of Probate — Henry W. Deare. 

li(0gter of Probate^Uimm R. Nowland. 

TVeamtrer — Ehnil P. Benoit. 

Begitier of i>«'<f«— William E. Warner. 
Deputy — Alonzo Eaton. 

Ckmnty Surveyor — William Ives. 

PoeeeuHng Attorn^ — ^H. C. Knight. 

Coroners — Peter B. Austin and Capas 
Scholte. 

/8%mir— Edward V. Cicotte. Depftties— 
Henry Campau, Charles T. Allen, Francis 
Levden. 

Board of County Auditors — John Patton, 
of Detroit; Alexander Blue, of Livonia; 
Benjamin ^cket. of Redford. Hold sessions 
January. April, July and October. 

Juittees of the Peace, City of Detroit — 
Eugene Fecht, Joseph Kuhn. Stephen B. 
MeCracken, Peter B. Austin, Timothy Mc- 
Carthy, Garry Spencer. 

County Phymcian — Hamilton A. Smith. 

DATES OF BLECTIONB. 

City and County elections are held once 
in two years, on the first Tuesday after 
the first Monday in November. Town elcc- 
tkms are held on the first Monday in April 
in each year. 

ASYLUMS. 

CaJthoUc Orphan Asylum — Randolph, be- 
tween Congress and Lamed streets, under 
charge Sisters of Charity. 

Protestant Orphan Asylum — Jefferson, 
opposite Elmwood avenue. 

Home of the Fru'ndlf^/H-2S High street. 
Mrs. William A. Howard, PresidtnL Mrs. 
David Carter, Treas^irti'. Mrs. Morso Stew- 
art, Corresponding Secretary. 

Orphan Asylum — For German orphans of 
St. Mary's congregation, St. Antoine, near 
Croghan street. In charge of 200 members 
of St. Mary's Cliurch. 

BANKS. 

American National 5awX-— (Seitz block). 
Griswold street. Capital, $250,000. A. H. 
Dey, President. L. M. Mason, Ftr^ Presi- 
dent. George B. Sartwell, Cashier. Jacob 
H. Fiarrand, Edward Kanter, Eber Ward, 
Charlas Root, M. S. Smith, Franklin Moore, 
John J. Bagley, L. M. Mason, A. H. l>ey, 
IHreeUtre, 

First National Bank of Detroit— South- 
east cor. of Jefferson ave.and Griswold 8tre<>t. 
Capital and surplus, $150,000. S. P. Bradv, 
President. L. E. Clark, Vice President. 
Emory Wendell, Cashier. S. P. Brady, L. 
£. Clark, M. I. Mills, Alanson Sheley, D. 
Bethune Duffield, John N. Ford, Emory 
Wendell. Directors. 

Second National Bank — Southwest comer 
Jefferson and Woodward avenues. Capital, 
$1,000,000. H. P. Baldwin, President. C. 

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H. Buhl, Vice President. C. M. Davison, 
Cashier. Henry P. Baldwin, N. W. Brooks, 
C. H. Buhl, Chauncey Hurlbut, James F. 
Joy, Allan Ahelden, John Stevens, Frederick 
Buhl, Eber B. Ward, Directors. 

The National Insurance Bank — Jefierson 
avenue, southwest comer Giiswold street. 
Date of Charter, 1865. Capital, $200,000, 
with the privilege of increasing to a million. 
John Owen, President. Walter Ingersoll, 
Cashier. John Owen, Walter Ingersoll, C. 
Van Husen, Ira Davis, John Roberts, Di- 
rectors. 

CEMBTEBIES. 

Elmwood Cemetery — On Elmwood avenue, 
between Croghan street and Clinton avenue. 
A. D. Fraser, president ; C. I. Walker, sec- 
retary; John Owen, treasurer; Daniel 
Gladwitz, superintendent ; Robert K Bell, 
agent, at Savings Fund Institute. 

Mount Elliott Cemetery— On Mount El- 
liott. R. R. Elliott, president ; Frederick 
Gies, treasurer; P. Bums, superintendent 
and sexton. 

City temetery — On Russell, between Cem- 
etery and Moore streets. Thomas Roche, 
agent, 85 Randolph street. 

CHUBCHES. 

First Baptist — Comer Fort and Griswold, 
Rev. John H. Griffith, pastor, 

Lafayette Street Baptist — On Lafayette 
street, between Cass and First. Rev. Alfred 
Owen, pastor. 

First French Baptist— High street, be- 
tween Russell and Rivard. Romauld B. 
DesRoches, pastor. 

Second Baptist — Croghan street, between 
Brush and Beaubien. Kev. S. Chase, pastor. 

Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Cath- 
olic — Corner Jeffenwm avenue and St. An- 
toine street. Bisftf^, Rt. Rev. P. P. LeFe- 
vre. Pastor, Verj'Kev. Peter Hennaert, V. 
G. Assistant Clergy, Rev. G. Lim])ens and 
J. Kinderkenz. 

St. Joseph's, Catholic (German) — Comer 
Fort Gratiot and Orleans streets. Rev. J. 
F. Frie<liand. pasttrr. 

St. Mary's, uatholic{OeTma.n) — St. Antoine 
street, comer Croghan. Rev. Francis Nicho- 
las Van Emstede, pastor. 

St. Anne*s, Catholic {French}— L&med, be- 
tween Bates and Randolph streets. Rev. 
Bernard Soffras, panUrr. 

MoMt Holy Trinity, Catholic — Comer Por- 
and Sixth streets. Rev. F. H. J. Peters, 
pastor. 

St. Patrick's Chapel, Catholic— Adeltkide, 
comer John R. street. Rev. James A. Hen- 
nessy , pastor. 

Christian — Southwest comer Jefferson 
avenue and Beaubien street. A. J. Hobbs, 
pastor. 

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Fimt OongregatwruU — Southwest comer 
Wayne and Fort streets. Rev. Addison 
Bullard, pastor. 

Second OongregaHon/il — (.Jomer Washing- 
ton avenue and CllflTord street. Rev. S. M. 
Freoland, pastor. 

St. Paul's, Episcopal — Corner Congress 
and Shelby. Rt. Rev. Samuel A. McGos- 
kry, hishtq). 

St. John's, Episcoptil — Corner Woodward 
avenue and High street. 

Christ, Episcopal — South side Jefferson 
avenue, between Hastings and Rivard 
strtiets. Rev. Benjamin H. Paddock, rector. 

St. Peter* s. Episcopal' — Corner Trumbull 
avenue and Church street. Rev. Dr. H. J. 
Brown, rector. 

Mariner's, Episcopal — Comer Woodward 
avenue and Woodbridge street. Rev. A. 
M. Lewis, rector. 

Trinity, German Evangelical — Lamed 
street, between Russell and Rivard. Rev. 
John A. Iluegli, pastor. £^y\\ 

St. John's, German Ecangelical^orn^r 
Monnx* avenue and Farrar streets. Rev. 
Charles Haass, pastor. 

St. 3fatthew'8, German Evangelical — Con- 
gress, near comer Rivanl street. Rev 
Cliarhis Schadow, pastor. 

Bethel, German Ecangelic/U — Corner Has- 
tings and Lawrence street. Rev. C. Ude, 
pastor. 

First German Reformed— Rv^secW street, 
between Catherine and High. Rev. C. Cast, 
pastor. 

Germnn Lujthcran — Catherine, near Gra- 
tiot Htnjet. Rev. Jacob Schmidt, pastor. 

Bcthd Synagogue — CVirner Rivard and 
Croghnn streets. Rev. Dr. Kalisch, rabbi. 

Synagogue of Shaarey Zedech—C^.ornvr 
Congress and St. Antoino streets. Laser 
Kontrovitch, rabbi. 

Central Methodist Episcopal — Southwest 
corner Woodward avenue and State street. 
Rev. L. R. Y\?^i, pastor. 

Central Methodist Episcopal — Comer 
Woodward and Adams avenues. Rev. J. 
H. McCarty, pastor. 

LafayetU Street Methodist Episcopal— 
Corner I^afayette and Fourth streets. Rev. 
Orrin Whitmore, wM^r, 

WalntU Street Mehtodist Episcopal — Cor- 
ner Walnut and Seventh streets. Rev. 8. 
P. Warner, pastor. 

First German MctJutdist Episcopal— Bcam- 
bien, corner Croghan street. Rev. G. A. 
ReuU*r, pfistor. 

Second German Methodist Episcemal—lA- 
salle avenue, near Cliicago road. Rev. 
Charles U. Herzer, jmsUrr. 

Africon Methodist Episcopal^heSAyeitc, 
between Beaubien and Brush streets. Rev. 
Innis Mcintosh, pastor. 

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New Church Temple — ^Blaoomb avenae. 
near Grand Qrcos. 

Bethel—Upper HaU, Board of Trade 
building, Woodbidge street Ber.WilUam 
Dkv, pastor. 

First Presbyterian— Comer State and 
Farmer streets. Rev. George I>affleld, D. D., 
and Rev. W. A. McCorkle, pastors. 

Fort Stre^ Presbyterian, N, A— Coraor 
Fort and Third streets. Bev. Samuel T. 
Clarke, pastor. 

Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian — Jeffereon 
avenue, lietween Rivard and Rnflsell streets. 
Rev. William Hogarth, pastor. 

United Presbyterian— Comer Wayne and 
Lafayette streets. Rev. John P. Scott, pas- 
tor. 

Westminster Presbyterian, O, A— East 
side Washington avenae, between State ai^ 
Grand River streets. 

ScA/tch Presbyterian — Oomer Bates and 
Farmer streets. 

First Congregational Unitarian — Comer 
Shelby and and Lafayette streets. 

CONVENTS. 

Content of the Sisters of CharUw—Uui' 
dolph, between Congress and Lamed streets. 

ConteiUofthe Sacred Heart— 910 Jefler- 
son avenue. 

Coneent of St. Mary— Comer Jay and Or- 
leans. (German). 

Convent of Notre Dame — St. Antdne, 
between Lafayette and Croghan. (Cferman). 

COUBTS. 

United States Cirntit Court, Skutem Dis- 
trict of Michigan— Hon. N. H. Swayne, CVr- 
enit Jiidge. Hon. Roes Wilkins, District 
Judge. William D. Wilkins, CSfer*. Alfred 
Ruswll, U. S. District Attorney. Heniy B. 
Brown, Assistant U. S. District Attorney. 

Terms of ( -ourt, first Tuesdays in March. 
June and November. Court Room, Post 
Office Building. 

United States District Court, Eastern Dis 
tri4^t—nim. Roes Wilkins, District Judys, 
Alfred Russell, U. S. District Attorney, 
John Winder, Deputy Clerk. 

Regular Terms, first Tuesdays in March, 
June and November. Special Terms, first 
Tuesdav in evorv month. Court Boom, 
Post Office Building. 

Supreme Court, State of J/mA^i»— >Hon. 
George Martin, Chief Justice. James V. 
Campl)ell, Isaac P. Christiancy, and Thomas 
M. Cooley, Associate Justices. William L. 
Stoughton, Att</rney General. William Jen- 
nison. Jr., Reporter 

Terms, first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January' and July' at Lansing. Same 
davs in April and October, at Detroit. Court 
R«>om, Old Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Wa^ne County (HreuU Court^B, F. H. 
Witherell, CireuU Judge, James D. Wier, 
Clerk. Daniel B. Brown, DemUy Clerk. 

Terms, first Monday in eacn month. 

Reeordefs Ciwr*— George 8. Swift, Judge. 
John T. Meldrum, Clerk. 

Terms, first and third Monday in each 
month. Court Honse, City Hall. 

Probate Court — ^Henry W. Deare, Judge. 
Hiram R. Nowland, Register. 

Terms, first Monday in each month. 
Coart JHonse, Congress street, cor. Griswold. 

PoHee Court — Julius Stoll, Judge. Peter 
GOnthncr, Clerk. 

Court Room, Clinton, rear of Jail. 

United States Commieioners^Anthony Ten 
Eyck, Henry Cliipman, Addison Mandell, 
James V. Campbell, George G. Bull, William 
D. Wilkins, George Jerome, Sydney D. 
Miller, William Jennison, Jr., Thomas S. 
Blackmar and George P. Russell. 

MoMers in Chancery — George E. Hand, 
George G. Bull, Addison MandcU, Garwood 
T. Shelden, James V. Campbell, Levi Bishop, 
W^illiam Jennison, J. W. A. S. CuUen, D. J. 
Davison, T. S. Blackmar and George A. 
Wilson. 

BALL CLUBS. 

Peninsular Cricket Club — Grounds on 
Woodward ave. Regular meetings on first 
Monday of each month. 

Detroit Base Ball Club—R. H. Anderson, 
President, Frank J. Phel))8, Vice President, 
L. M. O'Brien, Secretary, and W. C. B. Teller, 
Treasurer. 

CUSTOM H0U8B. 

CoUeeior of Customs— Reniy A. Morrow. 
Deputy CWfec^iw—Digby V. Bell. 
Cashier — Washington Throop. 

FBRBY BOATS. 

Detroit to Windsor-^FTom Dock foot Wood- 
ward ave. Steamers Argo, Essex and De- 
trcit. Night ferry steamer Gem. 

Detroit and MUteaukee Railroad Ferry — 
From D. and M. Railroad depot. Steamer 
Union. 

Michigan Central Railroad Ferry — From 
M. C. Bailioad depot. Steamers Union and 
TraniK. 

H08PITALB. 

United States Marine Hospital— ^offenon 
ave. Dr. Edward Lauderdale, Physician. 
Thomas Hurst, Superintendent. 

Harper Hospital — Woodward ave., near 
Fremont street. Rev. George Duffield. D.D., 
President. D. Bethune Dufiield, Secretary. 
David Cooper, Treasurer. 

St. Mary*s Hospital— <ninion st. Under 
cliarge of Sisters of Charity. 

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City Pest Hofise — St. Aubin ave. Under 
charge of Sisters of Charity. 

The Retreat, Asylum for the Insane-~On, 
Chicago road, two miles from City Hall. 
Under direction of Sisters of Cliarity. 

St. Luke's Hospttal and Church Home — 
Temporarily occupying buildings of the 
Harper Hospital. Grounds purchased for 
buildings on Fort street, Springwells. H. 
F.BH\(iwin,President. &.D.m\\eT,Seeret'y. 
Z. Pitcher, Physician. A. Rabineau, Treas- 
urer. 

INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Detroit Bridge andiron Works — Foundrv 
street, near M. C. Cattle Yards. Capital, 
$100,000 William Warner. Presideni. 
W. C. Colburn, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Charles Kellogff, Superintendent. 

Detroit Car Wheel Company — Atwater St., 
between Dequindre and St. Aubin ave. 
InconH>rated July, 1865. Capital, $25,000. 
Shares $25 each. J. S. Newberry, Presi- 
dent. E. C. Dean, Treasurer. Samuel Nel- 
son, Secretary and Superintendent. 

Detroit Flax Company — Atwater, near 
Chene street. Incorporated 1866. Capital, 
$100,000. R. Meginity, President. A. A. 
Simmons, Secretary. A. H. Adams, Treas- 
urer. 

Detroit Gas Light Company — Alexander 
H. Dey, President. P. E. DeMlll, Secretary 
and Superintendent. R. McMaster, AssiH- 
ant Secretary. 

Detroit Grain Drying Company — H. P. 
Bridge. President. George B. Dickinson, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 

Detroit Ice Company — 159 Jefferson ave., 
upstairs. Capital $75,000. John S. New- 
berry. President. James McMillan, Treas- 
urer and Secretary. C. A. Lorm'an, Gen'l 
Superintendent. 

Detroit Locomotifie Works — Lamed street. 
Capital, $250,000. C. H. Buhl, President. 
D. R. Pierce, Secretary and Tre4isurer. J. 
W. Bartlett, Superintendent. 

Detroit Safe Company — Atwater street. 
Capital, $40,000. John J. Bagley, President. 
Z. R. Brock way, Sec'y and Treasurer. 

Detroit Stove Works — Hamtramck, termi- 
nus of street R. R. Capital, $100,000. W.H. 
Tern, President. H. J. Fisk, Secretary. J. 
Dwyer, Superintendent. 

Detroit and Lake Superior Iron Manu- 
facturing Company — Hamtramck. Capital, 
$100,000. George B. Ruesel, President 
W. W. Gay lord, Treasurer and Se/^retary. 

Eureka Iron Company — Office, dock foot 
Wayne street, furnace at Wyandotte. Capi- 
tal, $117,500. E. B.Ward, President and 
Treasurer. W.H. Zabriskie, Secretary and 
Agent. 

Hamtramck Iron Works — Hamtramck. 
Capital, $50,000. Edward C. Walker. Pres 
dent. George B. Russel, Business Manager. 
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Michigan Car Company — oor. Larned and 
Fourth 8t8. Capital, $50,000. Jolin S. New- 
berry, PrendftU. E. C. Dean. Treasurer. 
Janie8 McMillan, Servftarjif. 

Michigan and Indiana Bolt and Nut Cmn- 
pa/i^— I^rnwi at. Capital, $24,000. John 



Krd. F. G.; J. Wallace. 8«eretary; Geor^ 
an. P. 8; James McKinley, Treasurfr. 
Olive Braneh Lodge, No. 88— Meets every 
Thiiraday evening. J. O. Melick, N G.; S, 
S. Williams. /*. 8. ; Jacob Martin, Treasurfr. 
Wmhingtou Lodge, No. 64 (perman)— 



8. Newberry. PrcMideiU. (*w)rge Eaton, MeetM ever Tuesday morning. AJbert Miiel- 

Treasurer. J. H. Briscoe, 8erTfiary. h»r. 3^ G.; Henry Stumpf; F". (7. Jacob 

Peninsular Inm Oompany—Omco over Fc^be, Secretary; Theodore Hen, Trtas- 

Second National Bank, cor. VViJodward and urtr; Frederick Goldenbagen. P. A 
Jefferson aves. Foundry. Hamtramck. Cap, 



ital, $100,000. John Biirt, Presitknt. Aus- 
tin Burt, Secretary. Silas L. Fuller, Agent. 

Wilder 
water street, 
Brooks, President 
retary and Treasurer. 

Wyandotte Rotting Jfili Ct/mpany—OiAc*^, 
dock foot Wayne street, Mill at \\>andotu», 
Wayne county. Capital $600,000. E. B. 
Ward. President and Tre/tsurer. W. H. 
Zabriskie, Secretary a/td Agent. S. L. Pot 
ter, Superintendent. 

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INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance Com- 



PUining Miuhine Company^ At- ^;*y-<>ffico 124 Jefferson ave. Prendenl^ 
^t. Capital, $2.W.000 S. W. {^l^}" Vanllusan. A&'rrf^iy-S. Warner 

Resident. Charles F. Clark, Sec- ^.^V^- ^""rfH^ ^'^'^iSJ^^Pj- Joseph 

Nicholson. AtU>rnev—\y\\\\am A. Moore. 

Peninsular Fire Insurance Compamy, of 
DetraU—OmcQ No. 80 Oriswold street 
President— Alfred B. Gulley. Vice Prm- 
^/}^— William Sears. Treasurer — Elisha 
G. Booth. Secretai^f'-ChKTXw £. SaflbnL 
Directors-XHY'iA G. Preston. Oliver C. Abell. 
William Dunbar, Cyrus StUee, Willimm 8. 
Hosmer, Andrew J. Pullen, M. P. Darrow. 
Grand Encampment — Meets annually William H. Peirco, Caleb J. Craoe. Albert 
third Tuesday in January. Officers for 1867 : Congdon, Elisha G. Booth, James N. Boy- 



G. M. Foster, Jackson, ^P'. Grand Patriareli; 
T. R, Rathbone, Adrian, Grand High Pri^M; 

A. R. Clark, Byron, Grand Senior Warden: 

B. Vornor, Detroit, Grand Scrihe; R. H. 
Morrison, Sturgis, G. R.; J. tl. McFarlane, 
East Saginaw, G. J. W.; W. H. Durand, 
Jackson, G. S.; B. W. Dennis, Byron, Rep- 
resentative t^> Grand Lr^dge of U. 8. Meets 
at Adrian, Jan luiry, 1808. 

Grand Jjodge — Meets annually third 
Wednesday in January. Cfflrers for 1807 : 
Jonathan Spratrue, Ann Arbor, R. W. G. 
Master: S. II. filackman. Paw Paw. R. W. 
D. G. Master: J. S. Curtis. P^st Saginaw, 
R. W. Grand Warden: Ben. Vemor, De- 
troit, R. W. Grand Secn.t/iry: ^V. S. Wood, 
Detroit, R. W. G. Treasurer: Dexter (irav, 
Hudson. R. W. Grand Mamhal: Frank 
Warren. Bvron, R. W. Grand Conductor: 
N. G. Vreeland, North Adams, R. W. Grand 
Guardian: Rev. J, B. Gilman. Manchester. 
R. W. Grand Cluiplain: W. Oaki«, Co- 
runna, F. M. Foster. Jackson, R. W. G. Rep- 
resentatives to Grand Lodge U. 8. The 
next annual me<»ting at Adrian. 

Michigan Kncampment, No. 1 — Meets s«»c- 
ond and fourth Wednesdays in each month. 
J. H. Fanner. C. P.: J. M. St^wens, //. P.,- 
J S. Williams. 8. W. ; James Tlley, J. W.; 
H. O. Wilcox, Scribe; James McKinley, 
Treasurer. 



Michigan Lodge, NoA — Meets every Mon- 1 B. Austin, J. W. 



Ian, Edwin J. Mills. Michasl Greiner. 

LIBRARIES. 

Miichanics* Society Library — 111 Oriswold. 
2,300 volumes. John Farrar, Librarian. 

Fire Department Library'-KoowL 8 Bre- 
men's Hall. 500 volumes. George W. Os- 
born, LUtrarian. 

Detroit Bar Library — Room 21 Rotunda 
Building. 8.000 volumes. S. Steev^ns, Zi- 
hraii^tn. 

Detroit Public Library— Vini floor Cfcpi- 
tol Union School, (iriswold street. 2,000 
volumes. Prof. Chaney, Librarian. 

Young Men's LUfTury — Young Men's HalL 
8,000 volumes. James E. Flske, LibrarkM. 

MASONIC. 

Detroit Commandery, No. 1 — Meets every 
Friday evening at Masonic Hall. 

Monroe Council, No. 1., Royal and Sdeei 
Mantfrs. 

Monroe Cfiapter, No. 1, of R. A. JT.— 
Meets Thursdays on or before full moon. 

Peninsular Chapter, No. 16. A A.M, 

Zion Lodge, No. 1 — Thomas McGregor, W. 
M. A. J. Brow, 8. W. Boa« Roedter. J. W. 

Defrmt Lodge, No. 3— W. F. Moofto, W. 
M. John Stniclmn, 8. W. D. R Hoick, /. 
W. 

Union Ijodge of 8. 0., ^o. 8— Leiri T. 
Griffin. W. M. J. B. Bampton, 8. W. Peter 



day evening. J. H. Farmer, N. G.: J. W 
Searles, V. G.; RolK*rt Allen, Secretary.; J. 
M. Stevi»nH, P. 8.; Stewart McDonald, Treas- 
urer. 

Wayne TAxlge, No. 2 — Meets every Friday 
evening. Samuel Ticknor, N. G. E. Shep- 

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XsIiUir Lftdge, No. 01 — James Findlater, 
W. M. Andrew Brunttm, S. W. William 
J. Watson, ,/. W. 

Charity IMge, .Vo.94— J. W. Gilbert. IT. 
M. E. R. Undon, 8. W. George Eaton, 
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mSCBLLAKBOUS SOCIETIES. 

Detroit Fire Department — Incorporated 
Feb. 14, 1840. President, Stanley G. 
Wight ; Vice PreMent, John Campbell ; 
Secretary , G. W. Osbom ; Tr>istees, George 
N. Brady, L. H. Cobb, Charles L. C^le, Je- 
rome Croul, William Duncan. James R. 
Elliott. Theodore H. Hinchman, William 
Hopkins, John Kendall, Edward LeFavour, 
H. W. Newberry, Robert E. Roberts. 

Young MerC% Society — Young Men's Hall, 
Biddle House. Edward LeFavour, PreHdent. 
Geora;e Andrews, Vice PreMeiU. William 

C. Williams, Corresponding Secretary. 
Frank Folsom, Recording Secretary, Wll*- 
liam D. Morton, Treasurer. Peter Young, 
Auditor. James E. Fiske, Librarian. 
Brooke Hunter, Awistant Librarian. 

D^roit Mechanics' Society — 1 1 1 Griswold 
street. John Gibson. President, John Far- 
rar. Secretary and Librarian. Chauncey 
Hurlbut, Treasurer. 

Detroit Gymnastic Association — C. I. 
Walker, PresidetU. Edward Wolfenden, 
Secretary. Butler Ives, Treasurer. 

St. Andrew's Society — 159 Jefferson ave- 
nue. Meets first Monday in euch month. 

St. Patrick's Soeiety--iieetB annually 
March 17. 

Friendly Sons of St. Pofi^ib— Meets at 
Constitutional Hall, Orleans street. Object, 
Celebration of the natal day of their patron 
saint. 

Lafayette Benetolent Society — Meets on 
the second Thursday in each month, in 
Bloynk's building, comer Fort and St. An- 
toine streets. 

Ladies* Industrial School Association — 
Cor. Washington avenue and Grand River 
street. Regular meetings are held month- 
ly from April to October, and semimonthly 
from October to April. Annual meeting 
first Tuesday in January. 

Brothers of the Christian Schools— \m 
Maoomb street. Brother Catliagh, Director. 

Hittorieal Society of Michigan^Young 
Men's Hall. Meets first Thursdays of each 
month. B. F. H. Witberell, President. C. 
I. Walker, Corresponding Secretary. H. B. 
Brown, Trecuurer. 

German Invalid Society— Dr. H. Keifer, 
Prttidenl. C. Marxhansen, Secretary. 
Edwaid Kanter, Treasurer, Meet at Loe 
ser's quarterly. 

Detroit Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion— 12 and 13 Merrill block, corner Jeff- 
erson and Woodward avenues. Reading 
Room is open from 8 a. M. to 10 p. m., free. 
Praver meeting every Monday evening. F. 

D. Taylor, President. Silas Farmer, S. W. 
Johnson, Vice Presidents. Arthur Tred- 
way, Corresponding Secretary. William H. 
Gibbe, Recording Secretary. W. C. Skiff, 
Trecuurer. 

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Michigan Association for the improtement 
of the breed of Horses— FoXl and Spring 
meetings for trial and for premiums at Ham- 



meetings 

tramck race course. 



Detroit Typographical Union — Meets first 
Monday in each month. Hall in Schmitt's 
block, Michigan avenue. 

Wolverine Boat C/w^^— Organized in 1868, 
and has 25 members. 

Detroit Boat C/ei/>— Samuel E. Pittman. 
President. Drill Monday, Wednesday and 
Saturday evenings. Boat house foot of 
Antoine street. 

Wayne County Bible Society — Depository, 
F. Raymond's. 130 Jefferson ave. F. Buhl, 
President. Silas Farmer, Secretary. C. 
Van Husan. Treasurer. 

American S. S. (Thuwi'— Depository at F. 
Raymond's, 130 Jefferson avenue. 

American Tract Society — Depository at 
F. Raymond's, 180 Jefferson avenue. 

Ladies' Christian Commission — Mrs. J. 
W. Brent, President. Mrs. J. W. Newl)erry 
Tre^isurer. Miss Vinnie Brent, Secretary. 

St. Joseph BenezoleiU Society— John Wei- 
si nghofer, President. 160 members. 

Jesus, Mary and Joseph Benevolent Socie- 
ty — 50 members. Mathias Todenbier, Pres- 
ident. 

St. Alphonse Benevolent Society — John 
Dauz, President. Lorenzo Kemple, Secre- 
tary. 

Board of Trade Building Company— T^o, 
8 Board of Trade building. Joseph Aspin- 
wall. President. James Aspinwall, Secre- 
tary. 

Soldiers' Home — In charge of the Harper 
Ho8i>ital, on Woodward avenue. 

Harmonie Society— QermeLU Musical Asso 
elation. F. A. Scholar, President. 

German 2\im-Verein — Gymnastic Asso- 
ciation. J. Benoit, President. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Detroit Advertiser and Tribune — Office 
212 Jefferson avenue. Detroit Advertiser 
and Tribune Company, proprietors. (Re- 
publican). Published every mominfi^ and 
evening. Price $10 per year. Tri- Weekly 
Advertiser and Tribune, published every 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, 
at $5 per yf**"' Weekly every Friday 
morning at $2 per year. 

The Detroit Free Press— OfRce 18 and 20 
Woodbridge street west, corner Griswold 
street. Detroit Free Press C^^mpany, pro- 
prietors. (Demcx^ratic). The Daily Free 
Prt^ss, is published every morning at 20 cts. 
i)er week, or $10 per annum, by mail $8. 
Tri-weekly, Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day mornings, at $4 per annum. Weekly, 
every Monday morning at $2 per annum. 

7' he Detroit Pr/«f— -Northeast comer of 
Larned and Shelby streets. A Joint Stock 
Company. Capital $100,000. Carl Schurz, 
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JP. BUJELZ, HBKBT A. 2fMWLAJn>, JOSMBX J^MAJT. 

Mannfaotnrers and Wholesale Dealers in 

MatSj, Oapsu Fiarsj 

AND STRAW GOODS, 

BUCE lOTTEITS, GLOVES, AND BUFFALO ROBES, 

14S Jefiei^son ^^enne. 



Cash paid for Undressed Furs and Jieerskintu 

ALVAN WILKINS, 

PROMISSORY NOTES, 

LAND WARRANTS, LAND SCRIJPy 

FOREIGN EXCHANGE & PASSAGE TICKETS, 
Wo. S-4r I^aimed Street, "West, 

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O. H. 3DI0K:Eie;S01T, 

Manu&otnrer of and Dealer in 

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aairpijrti furs of ^m.m. mu^mm movgbt. 

H. F. Swirr. P. W. Swm. 

H. F. SWIFT & BRO., 

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PAINTS, OILS, TASmSHSS, GLASS, 

DTI STUFFS, FUSE WIHES ft UaVOSS^ 

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EdUorinrCkief. H. B. Bowlaon, PubUsher. 
Daily, Triweekly and Weekly. Daily, 
publiahed every morning at $10 per year by 
mail or in dty. Tri-weekly, published 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, $5 per 
year. Weekly, every Saturday, $2 per 
year. 

DetraU Daily CTwum— Office 17 Lamed 
street. (Working-men's paper). M. H. 
Marrii, J. B. Spinning, William F. Moore, 
John Drew, Robert Bechan, and Beecher 
Skinner, Direetan. Cyrus Peabody, Editor, 
R. Bechan, Local, William H. Thompson, 
Business Managar, Terms, $7 per year by 
mail and 18 cents a week to city subscri- 
bers. 

Tlu Michigan VoUcMatt — (German). 
DaUy and Weekly. (Democratic). Math. 
Kramer & €k>., proprietors. Daily $7.80 

Eer year ; Weekly $2.50. Office, Free Press 
uilding. 

The Michigan Journal— {QevmBXi). C. 
Marxhausen, proprietor. 11 and 18 Wood- 
bridge street. Daily, $7.80; Weekly, $2.60 
per year. (Republican). 

Detroit Commercial Advertiser— Office 53 
Griswold street. William H. Burk, editor 
and proprietor. Qeorffe L. Whitney, asso- 
date editor. Published every Saturday 
morning at $2.50 per year. Devoted to the 
business and business interests of the State. 

The Western Rural — A weekly journal 
for the fium and fireside. H. N. F. Lewis, 
publisher and proprietor. Terms $2.50 a 
year. Publication Rooms, 192 Jefferson 
avenue, corner Bates street. 

Detroit Price Current— OfAce 185 Jeffer- 
son avenue. Weekly every Saturday morn- 
ing, at $2 per year. 

FamiUen Blaetter—{QermtLik). Weekly. 
A. Marxhausen, proprietor. 11 and 18 
Woodbridge street. $2 a year. 

Peninsular iTaro^d— (Temperance). Pub- 
lished weekly. 

American BomcMpathic Observer — ^Pub- 
lished monthly by iJdwin A. Lodge, M. D., 
51 Wayne street. Terms $2 per annum. 

Detroit Review of Medicine and Pharmacy 
— Published monthly, at No. 41 Congress 
street west. Terms, $8 per year. 

POST OFFICE. 

Situated on the northwest comer Lamed 
and Griswold streets. Henir Bams, Post- 
master. John H. Kaple, Assistant Postmas- 
ter, Henry H. Cargill, thief Delivery Clerk, 
Morris M. Williams, Distributing Clerk. 
Ma the w Moynahan, Bagging Clerk, Mrs. 
Frank S. Howard, Monsfy Order Clerk, Col. 
Charles M. Lum, Local Agent. 

PUBLIC HALLS. 

Board of Trade JSoO— Woodbridge, be- 
tween Qriswold and Shelby. 



City Sail — ^Michigan Grand avenue, east 
side Campus Martins. 

Firemen's J9a/{— Jeffbrson avenue, south- 
west comer Randolph street. 

Masonic Hall — 188 Jefierson avenue. 

ir<rrr*Z2 jSo^^North-east comer Jefierson 
and Woodward avenues. 

Odd Fellows' ^Totf— Woodward avenue, 
between Lamed and Ckingress streets. 

Odd Fellows* ffaU-^Vevr), Comer Cam- 
pus Martins and Monroe avenue. 

Young Men's BaU—Biddle House, Jeff- 
erson avenue. 

List of Profeaalons, Trades, ete. 

Abbott, Thomas F., carpets, etc., 142 Jefier- 
son ave. 

Acker, Samuel A., pension agent, 70 Gris- 
wold. 

Adams, Alexander, cashier Savinffs Bank. 

Adams, Edward C, Mansion House, cor. 
Griswold and Atwater. 

Adams. Edward T., physician, 527 Michigan 
ave. 

Adams, Michael A., grocer, 172 Michigan 
ave. 

Adamt. Samuel, wire doth manufac- 
turer, i08 Woodward ave. 

Adams, Thomas K., bookseller, 90 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Adley, John, drug and grocery store, 51 
Elmwood ave. 

Adloff, Lewis, boots and shoes, 11 Congress. 

Advertiser and Tribune Company, printers 
and publishers, 212 and 214 Jefferson ave. 

Aegerden, Charles, tinshop, 158 Rivard. 

^tna Life Insurance Company, H. Gris- 
wold, general agent, 2 Lamed. 

Aiden, Peter, fruit dealer, 12 dtj Hall 
market. 

Albertson & Gorton (Joseph Albertson and 
William R. Gorton), physicians and occu- 
lists, 188 Woodwam ave. 

Alden, John M., physician, 11 Lewis. 

Aldous, William T., painter, cor. Gratiot 
and Brush. 

Alger & Squier (Russell A. Alger and Josiah 
H. Souier), snip owners, Brady's Block, 
foot Woodward ave. 

Allen, Lewis, saw mill. 

Allen, Orville C, grocer, 812 Woodward ave. 

Allen & Hicks (George A. Allen and Wil- 
liam F. Hicks), dry goods, 108 Woodward 
ave. 

Altman, I. & Co., guns, pistols, etc, 49 Gris- 
wold. 

Altman, Isaac, pawnbroker, 49 Griswold; 

Amberv, Adolph, hamess maker, 883 
Gratiot. 

AiDeii<»ii Ezprett Company, A. H. 
Walcott, agent, cor. Griswold and Lamed. 

AMERICAN HOUSE, 

202 Jeffbrson ave. Robert D. Johnston, 
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AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, 73 Gris- 
wold. 

Amos & Sod, phTsiciaiiB, 42 Woodward ave. 

Ains, Frederick, la^r beer brewer, oor. 
Russell and High. 

Amsden, Dwight S., music dealer, 187 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Anderson, Ebenezer, lawyer. 

Anderson, Robert H., commission merchant. 
44 and 46 Woodbridge. 

Anderson & Jaffray (Arthur Anderson and 
Richmond W. JafiFhij), commission mer- 
chants and oil warehouse, 14 Atwater. 

Andre, Henry, grocer, 448 Gratiot. 

Andrews, Fralick, blacksmith, Michigan ave. 

Andrews, George P., physician, 41 Congress. 

Andrews, G. V. N., match manufeu^turer, 
cor. Second and Spencer. 

Andrews, William, wagon maker, Michigan 
ave. 

An^ell, Oeorge R., photographic 
stock, 127 Jefferson ave. 

Anscomb, George C, blacksmith, 135 Grand 
River. 

Antoes, Frederick, blacksmith, Michigan 
ave., between Foundry and Porter Roiul. 

Argersinger, P. P. & Co., buck gloves and 
mittens, 186 Jefferson ave. 

Armbrust, John, hotel, 165 Lamed. 

ARMSTRONG. JAMES A., insurance agent, 
office 111 Jefferson ave. 

Armstrong, Thomas H., hats, caps and furs, 
176 Tefiferson ave. 

Amtttronff, B. A Co., composition 
roofing, 215 Jefferson ave. 

Armstrong, J. & B. (John and Benjamin), 
billiard saloon, 215 Jefferson avenue. 

Amdt, Henry, brewery, Gratiot. 

Arndt, Albert F. R., grocer, 59 Elizabeth. 

ARNOLD, J. M. & CO. (John M. Arnold and 
Charles W. Van Akin), booksellers, 123 
Woodward ave. 

Ash, Richard & Co. (Richard Ash and Sam- 
uel E. Lawyer), grocers, 68 Randolph. 

Ashley, A. A Co., oommisaion mer- 
chants, 32 Woodward ave. 

Ashley, H. J., auction and conmusaion mer- 
chant, 223 Jefferson ave. 

Ashley, Lewis C, physician, 12 Fisher 
block. 

Ashley, Ransom V., dentist, 6 Merrill block. 

Ashlev, Walter O., agent Detroit and San- 
duskv steamboat line, foot Bates. 

Aspinall, James P. & Co., picture fhunes, 
etc., 92 Woodward ave. 

Atheuffium, cor. Congress and Randolph. 

Atkinson, Robert, fruit and vegetables, 8 
Abbott. 

Atterbury, Charles L., lawyer, Butler build- 
ing. 

Atwood & Penniman (William S. Atwood 
and George H. Penniman), lawyers, 32 
Lamed. 



Atwood k MeCain (Chariea Atwood and 
Thomas McCain), ticket agents, cot. At- 
water and Randolph and oor. Second and 
Front. 

Auener, F. & Co., barbera, Railiond Hotel. 

AUSTIN, ANDREW C, 

Wholesale Yankee notions, gun powder, 
fishing tackle, etc., 190 Jefferson are. 

Austin, Peter B., justice of the peace, 23 

Lamed. 
Avery, Silas H., horse collar mannfkctoiy, 

21 Grand River. 

ATER07D & HADQEB, 

Book and job priifters. 10 Lamed, bet 

Woodward ave. and Griswold. 
Babillion, Peter, saloon, 82 Griswold. 
Babillion, Hinchman & Co. (John BabUlion, 

Guy, Joseph and James A.^Hinchman), 

fiprain dryers and dty feed mill, oor. 

Wayne and Woodbridge. 
Backus, Brady E., lawyer, 140 Jefiferson ave. 
Baer, August, baker, SSSS Michigan ave. 
Bagard & Co. (Edward G. Bagard and Alexis 

F. Favarger), European restaurant and 

liquor dealers, 78 Gnswold. 
Baffg. A. Smith & Son (A. Smith and 

Charles), produce and oummission dealers, 

cor. Atwater and Randolph. 

BAGLBY, JOHN J. & CO. 

(John J. Baglev and Edwin Butterfield), 
tobacconists, 22 and 24 Woodward ave. 

Baier, Francis, merchant tailor, 46 Monroe 
ave. 

Baker, Bowman C, publisher, 127 Jefferson 
avo. 

Baker, Frank, cashier telegraph office. 

Baker, George, grocer, 470 Woodbridge. 

Baker, George, grocer, 389 Michigan ave. 

Baker, Henry JB., editor Advertiser and 
Tribune. 

Baker, Weitzel & Randall (David Baker, 
William Weitzel and Freeman R. Ran- 
dall), carriage furnishing store, 110 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Baldwin, Francis H., insurance agent, cor. 
Griswold and Jefferson ave. 

Baldwin, Henry P., president Second Na- 
tional Bank. 

Baldwin, H. P. & Co. (Henrv P. Baldwin, 
George W. Rose, Samuel P. Wilcox and 
Walter C. Skiff), manufacturers and 
wholesale dealers in boots and shoes, cor. 
Woodward ave. and Woodbridge. 

Balleray, Glass & Co. (WiUiam JT Balleray, 
James Glass and John W. Kermott), 
proprs. Kermott's medicines, 188 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Balmer, Rev. Stephen, pastor Scotch Pres- 
byterian Churcn, 9 Miami ave. 



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BaUb, Wimun, gioeer, 804 Woodward ave. 

BtdBiey, Theodore S., pottery, 506 Wood- 
brid^ 

Bamberger, Morris, dry goods and millinery, 
90 Woodward ave. 

Bojicroft, George A., news dealer, 89 Gris- 
wold. 

Bampton, John E., claim and collection 
agent. 15 Rotunda building. 

Bannerman» Walsh & Roes ^vid Banner- 
man, Richard Walsh and Edward H. 
Roes), 53 Lamed. 

Bar Library, 21 Rotunda, Sears Stevens, 
librarian. 

Barbour, Levi L., lawyer, Butler building, 
Griswold. 

Barclay & Corey (George Barclay and Aaron 
CoreyV tobacconists, 161 Woodward ave. 

BardweU, John J., photographer,. 1^ Jef- 
fersoB-ave. 

Barie, John P., hats, caps and fwn, 226 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Barie, Louis W., baker, 114 Fort. 

Barie, Louis, grocer, cor. Beaubien and Ma- 
comb. 

Barker, Mrs. M., fancy goods, 198 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Barker A Bewlek (Orin D. Barker 
and Charles Bewick), commission mer- 
chants, foot Bates. 

Barker. E. C. & Co. (Kirkland C. Barker 
and Samuel Medbury), tobacconists, 60, 
62 and 64 Jefferson ave. 

Bariage, Anthony. jnrocer, 128 Hastings. 

Barnes Brothers (William H., Cyrus B. and 
Charles O.), paper dealers, 141 Jefferson 
ave. 

Bamett, Bennett, millinery and fancy goods, 
152 Woodward ave. 

Bamett, Louis, tailor, 86 Macomb. 

Bams, J. A., baker, 198 Woodward ave. 

Bamum, J. W., auction and commission 
house, 128 Jefferson ave. 

Barrett, Charles H., physician, 164 Jefferson 
ave. 

Barrett, David T., general store, 558 Wood- 
bridge. 

Barris, Joseph C, grocer, 200 Woodward 
ave. 

Barrows, Stephen S., builder. 38 Henry. 

Barry, James, grocer, 202 Michij?an ave. 

Bartenbach, Andrew, tanner, 148 Crofl^han. 

Bartels, William, grocer, 400 Grand River. 

Bartholomew, William £., Detroit Chemi- 
eal Works, 109 Fort. 

Batchelder, John W., stone yard. Wood- 
bridge, near Shelby. 

Bateson, Samuel R., merchant tailor, 145 
Michigan ave. 

Bauer, John, grocer, 408 Croghan. 

Bauer, Joseph, grocer, cor. Prospect and 
Marion. 

Baumeister, John, hardware, 282 Gratiot. 

Bayer, Michael, boots and shoes, 454 Gratiot. 

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Beach, Byron B., physician, 12 Macomb ave. 

Beadle, George W., tailor, 198 Woodward 
ave. 

Beard, George & Son, oysters, etc., Russell 
House block. 

Beardslee, Charles J., Railroad Exchange, 
80 and 82 Michigan Grand ave. 

Beardsley, Sherman E., photographer, 127 
Jefferson ave. 

Beasley, George M., baking powder manu- 
facturer, 128 Fort. 

BeaUy A Fllzslmmont (James Beatty 
and Patrick Fitzsimmons), wholesale g^ro- 
cers, 10 and 12 Woodward ave. 

Beaubien, Charles, painter and artist, 92 
Michigan ave. 

Beck, Roeine, groceries and provisions, 80 
Beacon. 

Becker, John, hamess maker, 160 Grand 
River. 

Beauchamp, Samuel, jeweler, 189 Hastings 

Beech, Jacob, fancy goods, 50 C. H. market. 

Beedzler, Joseph, grocer, 101 Woodward ave. 

Behr, Edward, confectioner. 128 Michigan 
ave. 

Belknap & Drake (John Belknap and Aaron 
Drake), pork packers, 19 and 21 Wood- 
bridge. 

BELL, THOMAS, general superintendent 
D. and M. railroao. 

Bell & Cliff (M. A. Bell and H. T. Cliff), pa- 
per collar manufacturers, 10 and 12 Con- 
jmress. 

BELLER, JACOB, saloon, 12 Congress. 

BELKNAP, HALL & FORD, machinists, 
etc., 420 Woodbridge. 

Benedict, Hiram, dentist, 158 Jefferson ave. 

Beniteau, Israel J., notary public, 129 Con- 
gress. 

Bennett, Ira. carpenter, Mayberry ave. 

Benoit, John P. & Bro. (John P., Charles P. 
and Camill P.), machine shop and brass 
foundry, 207 Croghan. 

Benson, Henry E., lumber merchant, At 
water. 

Bentley, William R., produce and commis- 
sion, 8 and 4 Russell House block. 

Bents, Jacob, saloon, 92 Lafayette. 

Benzler, Joseph, groceries and fruits, 101 
Woodward ave. 

Berry, Lewis, fancy goods, 258 Michigan 
ave. 

Bemard, James T., office 80 Griswold. 

Berrjr BrcM. (John A, Thomas and Jo' 
seph H.), varnish and glue manufiacturers* 
22 Woodbridge. 

Berry, J. A. & Co. (John A. Berry and Jona- 
than Ogden), paper box makers, 180 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Bethune, Donald, lawyer. 

Bets, John, shoemaker, 65 Gratiot. 

Betzing, Adam, grocer, 171 Russell. 

Beverly, James P., shoe store, cor. Grand 
River and Roland. 
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Beyer, Charles H., barber and bath rooms, 

108 Jefibrson ave. 
Sever & (]} ram (Frederick Beyer and Charles 

P. Gram), paint shop, 115 Bates and 68 

RandolpL. 
Biddle, Iliram S., druggist, 107 Jefferson 

ave. 
Biddle House, A. P. Taber, propr., s. e. cor. 

Jefferson and Randolph. 
Bieber, E. A., cigars and tobacco, 6 Michigan 

ave. 
Becker. Frederick F.. grocer, 145 Fort. 
Bierce, Nicholas A., wholesale notion dealer, 

185 Jefferson ave. 
Billings & Co. (Jonathan B. and Henry M.), 

produce and commission, 28 Woodbridge. 
Binga, James H., barber, Coyle's block. 
Binga, William, barber, cor. Jefferson ave. 

and Bates. 
Bird, Joseph F., Emmet House. 70 Wood- 

bridge. 
Birmingham, Thomas N., tobacco, cigars 

and ^loon, 214 Jefferson ave. 
Bishop, Levi, lawyer, 7 Rotunda building. 
Bissell, George W., commission merchant, 

foot First. 
Bissell & Uillett (Augustus E. Bissell and 

Rufus W. Gillett), commission merchants, 

foot First. 
Black & Lewerenz, merchant tailors, 10 

Lamed. 
Black David, fancy goods and Yankee no- 
tions. 86 Woodward ave. 



BLACK, L. & GO. 



(Louis Black and Albert Lansberg,) opti- 
cians, 194 Jefferson ave. 

Black & Young (James Black and Peter 
Yuung), conunission merchants, dock foot 
Shelby. 

' Blackburn, George N., saloon, 47 Atwater. 

Blacker. John, auction store, 6 Monroe ave. 

Blackman, Thomas S., lawyer, 10 Rotunda 
building. 

Blair. James 8., commission merchant, dock 
foot Shelby. 

Blake, Patrick, second-hand furniture store, 
200 Woodward ave. 

Blake and Brennan, furniture, 21 Michigan 
ave. 

Blake, Robert, grocer, cor. Michigan ave. 
and Thompson. 

Blanchard, Henry G., fruit dealer, 55 Gris- 
wold. 

BLINDBURY HOTEL, A. Dann, propr., 
cor. Michigan and Washington aves. 

Blitz, Samuel, clothing, Michigan Grand 
ave. 

Blodgett, C. C. & Co. (Cliarles C. Blodgett 
and John S. Patten), railroad and steam- 
boat agents, foot Randolph. 

Blome, Frederick C, dry goods. 61 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Blomm, Mary, fancy goods, 46 and 48 C. H. 
market. 



Boardman & Co., prodooe merchants, 4 At- 
water. 

Boehnlein, G. & M. (Geoige and Mlehad), 
jewelers and German booknllen, 860 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Boekheim & Co. (John Boekhelm and Wil- 
liam Dunnebacke), grocers, 128 St.- An- 
toine 

Boenninghausen, W. & H. (William and 
Hugo), brewers, cor. Russell and Water- 
loo. 

Boggs, ThonuuB K., Virginia plug tobaooo 
manu&cturer, 317 Je^rson ave. 

Boldry, George, grocer, 115 Lalayette. 

Bolger. Patrick, grocer, 175 Miohigan ave. 

Boltwood, Edward, lawyer, 8 Rotunda 
buildinff. 

Bootliroyd & Youngblood, bookMnders and 
stationers, 105 Jefferson ave. 

Bootz. Wendel, boots and shoes, 811 Gratiot 

Bostwick & Son (Joel and James), junk shop, 
94 Woodbridge. 

Botsford, S. & A. (Smith and Albert), com- 
mission merchants, dock foot Second. 

Bottle, Henry, horse collar maker, 118 Grand 
River. 

Boulter. William, boots and shoes, 109 
Grand River. 

Bour, Joseph, boots and shoes, 854 Jeflbnon 
ave. 

Bourke, Oliver, wholesale liquor dealer, 100 
Jefferson ave. 

Bourke, Richard, grocer, oor. Bfiehlgan and 
National aves. 

Bowers, Edward, artist, 148 Woodward ave. 

BOYLAN, J. N., agent Lillie's sate, 78 
Griswold. 

Browning, Thomas D., photographer, 818 
Jefferson ave. 

Boynton, Albert, lawyer, 2 Butler's block, 
Griswold. 

Bradstreet, J. M. & Son, mercantile agen<7, 
53 Griswold. 

Brady, John, clothing, 8 Michigan ave. 

Brady, H. P. A €o. (Samu^ P. and 
George N.), forwarding and commission, 
agents for Lake Superior steamers, and 
dealers in mining supplies, dock foot 
Woodward ave. 

Bratshaw & Peek (Joseph B. H. Bratshaw 
& William Peek), grocers, 188 Jeflbrson 
ave. 

Brazel, Thomas P., dining saloon, 88 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Brickler, Lewinstaiu & Co., ready made 
clothing, 127 Jt»fferson ave. 

Bredc, J. J. A Co. (J. J. Brede and 
Philip Hasselback), whulesale and retail 
liquor dealers, 84 Monroe ave. 

Brennan, John, steam boiler maker. Lamed 

Brennan, Peter, grocer, 270 Sixth. 

Brennan, William, grocer, 333 Michigan ave 

Brener, Henry, dyer and cleaner, 28 First 

Brewster, James E., grocer, 202 Woodward 
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Bridge, Henrj P., oommiseioxi merchant. 
Board of Trade ballding. 

Brtsffi, Alexander A., cigars, tobacco, 
pipea, etc., cor. Monroe ave. and Randolph. 

Bn^s, Lyman, subscription book agent, 
iSy Jefferson ave. 

BRISTOL, JOHN I. D. & CO. (John I. D. 
Bristol and S. A. Mattison), grocers, 48 
Bfichigan ave. 

Bristol, Charles L., agent of J. I. D. Bristol k 
Co., 43 Michigan ave. 

Bromley, William, furniture and crockery, 
185 Woodward ave. 

Brommer, Charles, confectionery store, 116 
Randolph. 

Bronson, Kussell, undertaker, cor. Lamed 
and Bates. 

Brooks, Mrs. Benjamin B., millinery, 148 
Michigan ave. 

Brooks, James, liquors and cigars, 54 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Brooks & Adams (N. W. Brooks and Francis 
Adams), lumber dealers, 471 Woodbridge. 

Brookman, Theodore, tinsmith, 115 Jefferson 
ave. 

Broflsard, Hubert, Michigan soap works, cor. 
Michigan ave. and First. 

Broesard, Joseph, grocer, 472 Woodbridge. 

Brossy, Louis, French dyer, 62 Randolph. 

Brown, Clessen L., oyster and fruit dealer, 
46 Michigan ave. 

Brown, CuUen, saddles and harness, 5 Cam- 
pus Martins. 

Brown, George, groceries and saloon, 210 
Rivard. 

Brown, Henry B., lawyer, over Post-office. 

Brown, James A., physician, office 89 La- 
fayette west. 

Brown, J. J., lawyer, 74 Griswold. 

Brown, John G., livery. 94 Griswold. 

Brown, Rufus, phvsician, 118 St. Antoine. 

Brown, Miss Sarah, fieuicy goods, 174 Michi 
gan ave. 

Brown, William, furniture, 89 Michigan ave. 

Brown, John & Co., bankers, 46 Griswold. 

Brown, J. T. R. & Bro., groceries and mil- 
linery, 169 Gratiot. 

Brown, Lewis & Co., upholsterers' goods. 111 
Jefferson ave. 

Browninjgp, Samuel C, hardware and stoves, 
177 Woodward ave. 

Broivninff, Thomas, produce commis- 
sion merchant, 71 Atwater. 

Bruckman, Jacob, shoemaker. 189 Mullett. 

Brundige, Frank, grocer, 65 Franklin. 

Bryan, J. F. A Bro. (John F. and 
Samuel T.), agricultural implements and 
machines. 176 Woodward ave. 

BBTAHT, STRATTON & GOLDSMITH 



(Henry B. Brvant, Henry D. Stratton and 
James H. Goldsmith), business college, 75 
Griswold, up-stairs. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, AeO^ 211 JEFF. AVE., DETROIT. (SMFSffeaoi) 



Buchanan, James & Co., boiler makers, cor. 
Rivard and Atwater. 

Buchanan k Carroll (William Buchanan 
and John Carroll), boiler makers, 181 
Atwater. 

Buckley, William, grocer, 682 Jefferson ave. 

Buckley & Co. (Henry J. Buckley, John 
Sterling and Frederick L. Lasier), pro- 
duce and forwarding merchants, dock foot 
of First. 

Budden, Frederick, architect, 88 Harriet. 

Buel, Alexander W., lawyer, Seitz block. 

Buhl, Daeharme A €o. (Christian 
H. Buhl, Charles Ducliarme and Solon 
Prentiss), wholesale hardware, 17 and 19 
Woodward ave. 

BUHL. F. & CO. (Frederick Buhl, Henry A. 
Newland and Joseph Dean), hats, caps 
and furs, 148 Jefferson ave. 

Buhler, John, tinsmith, 77 Croghan. 

Bull, George G., attorney, 192 Randolph. 

Burdick, George W., mittens and gloves, 146 
Jeffer8<m ave. 

Burger, F. Alonzo, corsets and hoop skirts, 
287 Jefferson ave. 

Burger, John, grocer, 143 Macomb. 

Bumham, Hiram ja^roceries, 208 Randolph. 

Burk, William a., editor and proprietor 
Detroit Commercial Advertiser, 58 Gris- 
wold. 

Burkhardt, F. J., meat market, 219 Gratiot. 

Burkhardt. Melcher, boots and shoes, 242 
Beaubien. 

Bums & Smith, dry goods, 57 Woodward 
ave. 

Burnham, A. & Co., clothing, 188 Jefferson 
ave. 

Bumstein, Nathan, fancy goods, 85 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Burr. William H., physician, 107 Michigan 
ave. 

Burrell, Albert, livery, 24 Michigan ave. 

Burtchell, John, citv express, 190 First. 

BUSCH, CHARLEd, hardware. 201 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Busch, Henry, saloon. 49 Fort. 

BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Bryant, Stratton & Goldsmith, 75 Gris- 
wold, near Post Office. 

Butler, Frederick A., machinist, 62 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Butler, Jesse H., watchmaker, 85 Michigan 
ave. 

Butler, William T., thismith, 115 Jefferson 
ave. 

Butler, William A. & Co. (William A. and 
Edward H. Butler), bankers, 68 Griswold. 

Byron, Henry, propr. M. C. R. R. hotel, cor. 
Front and Third. 

Cadwallader Bros. (John and J. Dallas), 

S^otographers, 226 Jefferson ave. 
ill. Patrick F., grocer, cor. Michigan ave. 
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Caille, Joseph, furniture, 275 Gratiot. 

Calnon, Ailes, grocer, 164 Michigan ave. 

Calnon, Jeremiah, grocer, 50 Michigan 
Grand ave. and 87 Congress. 

Calnon, Patrick, Congress Hall, 3 Congress. 

Calvert & Co., lithographers, cor. Griswold 
and Jefferson avenue. 

Cameron & White, plumbers and gas fitters, 
102 Bates. 

Campau, Alexander T., real estate agent, 
124 Jefferson ave. 

Campau, C. F., real estate agent, 117 Gris- 
wold. 

Campbell, John, grocer, cor. Hastings and 
Congress. 

Campau & Owen (Gordon Campbell and 
John E. Owen), ship builders and dry 
dock, cor. Orleans and Dequindre. 

CAMPBELL, LINN & CO. (Colin Campbell, 
Thomas Linn and John M. L. Campbell), 
jobbers and retailers of dry goods and 
millinery, cor. Woodward ave. and Con- 
gress. 

Campin, Mitchell W., commission merchant, 
Board of Trade building. 

Candler Bros. ^ Homer and William), car 
penters, 276 Atwater. 

Candler & Taylor (Edwin A. Candler and 
William H. Taylor), carpenters, 11 State. 

Canfield, Frank H., lawyer, 8 Rotunda 
building. 

Caplis, James, lawyer, 16 Rotunda building. 

Cardy, John, saloon. 285 Atwater. 

Carew, John H., fruit and oysters, 258 
Jefferson ave. 

Cargill) James A, auction and conmiis- 
sion merchant, 108 Jefferson ave. 

CARNE, GEORGE W., brewery, 40 Wood- 
bridge east. 

Carpenter & Parks (John Carpenter and 
M. A. Parks), insurance agents. Campus 
Marti us, cor. Woodward ave. 

Carr, Israel L., general agent People's Fire 
Insurance Co., 04 Woodward ave. 

Carr, Michael W., jewelry and fancy goods, 
Third. 

Carrier, Augustus, lumber merchant, Brady 
block. 

Carroll, Daniel, "Shades" restaurant, 40 
Shelby. 

Carroll, Patrick, soap and candles, 70 Na- 
tional ave. 

Carson, William, saloon, 00 Congress. 

Carver, David, merchant tailor, 132 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Case, Charles R., physician, 133 Jefferson 
ave. 

Case. Mrs. George, milliner, cor. Harrison 
and Michigan ave. 

Case, O. D. & Co., book publishers, 7 Merrill 
block. 

CASS HOTEL, 

Tyrrel & Bro., proprietors, cor. Jefferson 
ave. and Third. 



Catlin & Gilgan, butchers, 180 Biichigan 

ave. 
Cavanaugh, Joseph, grocer, Michigan ave. 
Cavanaugh, Mathew, grocer, cor. Fifth and 

Grand River. 
Chabey, Pierre, Jr., physician, 183 Jefferson 

ave. 
Chambe, Frederick, confectioner, 164 Gratiot 
Chandler, George €., gents' foniish* 

ing goods and shirt manu£Bucturer, 1 Lar- 

ned west. 
Chantler, Henry, physician, 181 Woodward 

ave. 
Charlier, Adt>lph, teacher of languages, 

Fisher's block. 
Chase, Edwin B. teacher of telegraphing, 

148 Woodward ave. 
Cheever, Henry M., lawyer. Rotunda build- 
ing. 
Cheever, William E., lawyer, 8 Rotunda 

building. 
Cherry & Lippold (Frederick Cherry and 

Henry Lippold), steam dyers, 196 Jeflfer- 

son ave. 
CHESEBROUGH, ALFRED, agent N.T.C. 

R. R., cor. Woodbridge and Third. 
Chlpman, J. Logan, lawyer, Butler's build- 

CHITTENDEN, JARED, assistant superin- 
tendent Merchants' Dispatch, 86 Griswold. 

Cholwill, John, meat market, 277 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Chope, Edward & Sons, blacksmiths and 
wagon-makers, Randolph. 

Christ, Joseph, tailor, 129 Croghan. 

Christa, Nicholas, groceries, oor. Hastings 
and St. Lawrence. 

Christa, Philip, marble cutter, Columbia. 

Christian & Son, dining saloon, under Rus- 
sell House. 

Christiansen & Bush (Hans A. Christiansen 
and Edward S. Bush), grocers, 259 Jeflbr- 
son ave. 

Cilley, Stebbins & Co. (Augustus D. CUley, 
Jason Stebbins and William F. &iver- 
wood), commission merchants. Wood- 
bridge. 

Clairvoix, Louis D., grocer, 643 JelBsnon 
ave. 

Clappen & Philips (Fred. Clappen and John 
Philips), show case manufactoien, 88 
Monroe ave. 

Clark, Charles F., publisher City Directory, 
58 Griswold. 

Clark, Edward, furniture, 24 Michigan ave. 

Clark, Lorenzo N., agent Charter Oak Life 
Insurance Co., 122 Jefferson ave. 

Clark, Michael, clothier. Lamed. 

Clark, E. M., boots and shoes, 125 Jefferson 
ave. 

CLARKE, HOVEY K., attorney at law, 75 
Griswold, up stairs. 

Clark, Thomas B., physician, 93 JeSeiaon 



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Clay, William, wSgmaker, 119 Jirffl'TTHao ave. 
Clel&nd It Cow!^ (WiUiam CJclund and 

Haaiy Cowie), dontisti^ cor. Woodward 

ava. and Lamed. 
Cloe, Christian, wood tarncr, 288 Orloana. 
Cloiigrh, Jamiie E., producer and commlmtoQ 

merchanl, 178 Woodward ave* 
Cobb, Kliaha, loan and eKchange broker^ 47 

Oris wold, 
Cochrane, Lyman, lawyer, ISJS JeffbrBon ave, 
CV>dde, Augufltc, tailor, B^t Randolph. 
Coefer, Mkiwmtc^r & Co. {Jtvhn und W. H, 

Coefer and Tliomas Midwinter), broom 
tnanufactiirt'ra, Jeff^r^ion arc. 
Cohen, Lr>uia& Bpo., dry g^wMls, 145 Gratiot. 
Cole, Charlcfl S., lawyer, 145 Jeffbreon avtj. 
CaUi, laaac H,, prod new dealer, 3 Michigan 

Orand ave. 
Ccile, James H., livery ^ 118 Gratiot. 
CoDiati, v., civil eDgittear, 130 Jefibmon are. 
Coleman, Henry W.^ furnishing' goods, 120 

Jeffferson avo. 
OoTDtnin, B/iliert, builder, 40 f>ntre. 
Common^ Oei^rgo, tailor, 3^ Ijarned. 
Conl^lia, James S., jeweler, cor. Woodward 

ave. and Lamed. 
Ootmor, Tbomaa, plumber, 66 Larned. 
Comfidlne, John, grocer, cor. Michigan ave, 

and Fifth. 
Conway, Chd&topber, boot and shoomaker, 

161 Abliotu 
Cough I in, David, Michigan a¥e. 
Cook & Son (Johti een. and Jolin jr.), ihip- 

aEniiha, Atwater. 
Cooneyp Danit-4, saloon, 67 Jeffersnn ave. 
Coop, James, pop niaaufacturtsr, 323 Gratiot, 
Coota, Charles, livery, oor. State and Oris- 

wold* 
Copland, John, baker, 34 Randolph. 
Copland Broa. (John and Alexander W.), 

bakery, cor Woodhndge and Randolph, 
Cdpp & Co. (James Copp, Sr, and Rabprt 

Mafah), pop manafacturerB, fl3 Catharine. 
Coquillarda & Flemiog {Thomaj* and Henry 

GoquiUard and Jolin Fleming), com mis- 

alon merchanta, 19 Jcftl^rsim avo. 
Corey, Jerome B», propr. Clayum Mills, 480 

Gratiot. 
COEKIN6, ABNEE A., proprietor Howard 

Houas, Congreet. 
CmUt Daniel, dry goods, 145 Gratiot, 
Corns, Joaepb, furniture, 1 15 Brand River. 
Comwull, George, taacy goods, S99 Wood^ 

ward ave, 
C-ourtnyy & Monahao (William Courtney and 

Thomaft Monahan), carjientera, 74 iieau- 

bien. 
Couse> Adam, piano forte dealer, 137 JeC 



COYNE & STRONG 



(Hugh Coyne and William O. Strong), 
wholesale grocers, 64 and 00 Jefferaon 
ave. 
DEALERS IK TRUNKS, doC^ 81 1 



Crabb, George, grocer, cor. 9t. Clair and 

Stephen. 
Crabb, Jam<?3, grocer, 399 Grand River. 
Craddock, Humphrey, builder, S5 Montcalm. 
CRAIG, JAMES, fiBh dealer and commii- 

eion merchant, diKik, between Qlbs and 

Wayne. 
Cralff, William H,, real estate dealer, 37 

Woodward ave, 
Ciam, Geu. Thomas J., U. S. engineer^ Gria^ 

wold. 
Crampton, John, general fiielght agent D. 

& M, Railroad, 
Cranage, W. J., physician. 111 Jeffemon ave. 
Crane, Walter, land agf?nt, 158 Jefferson 

ave. 
Crane & Wesson (Albert Crane and WitUam 

B. Weaaon), real estate, cor. Congress and 

Griswold, 
Crapo, Henry H., Inmbar yard, 237 At^ 

water, mills at Flint. 
Crawford. Francis, land agent, 40 Fort, 
Crawford, John, spring t>Qd maker, 54 JdSF- 

erson ave. 
Crawford, Samnel, wood dealer^ 40 Con- 

grt*m. 

Crawford, Bacon & Porsytb 

(Lemuel and William Crawford, Charlea 
B, Bacon and Thomas R, Forsytli), deal- 
ers in coal and wckkI, foot Griiiwold, 

Creighton, Hepburn & Co. (Robort Crelgh- 
ton, H. P. & G. M, Hepburn), printers, 
statlotiers and news driers, 07 Otis wold, 

Crimmins, John, stoves and tin, 53 JeSereon 
ave. 

Cmnin, Miti Martha, milliner, 48 Michigan 
ave. 

Crook, W^arron, soda water factory, 48 Jef- 
ferson ave, 

Croflhy, William, saloon, 8 Monroe ave. 

Cross, Daniel, meat market, 235 Mich ave. 

Crnul Bros, (William H, & Jerome), leather 
dealan, cor, W^ood bridge & Batos. 

Crouse, Miss Anna, miHinflr, 48 Mich ave. 

Crowfoot, Elbert, lawyer. Beita bUjck. 

Crowley, C4irn«liiiA, gri:»cer, 9t Porter. 

Crowley, Mitchell, groct?r, 102 Trowbridge, 

Croae, Ludger, saloon, 65 Lamed. 

Cuddy, David, salcjfjn, 135 Woodbridge, 

Cueney, Joseph, grocer, 137 Hivard, 

Cullen, James, grocer, 9 Sproat, 

Culkm, John W, A. B., lawyer, li!>4 Jeff< 
eraon ave. 

Culver, Gi»orge W,, merchant tailor, 106 
W^oodward ave, 

Cunniagiiam. George, saloon, U7 Michigan 
ave, 

Cnrran, R. H., pub. Sarttn's eeries mcred 
and national engravings, Arcade block, 
Larned, 

Curfis, George E,, leather, findings and 
leather bolting, 215 Jefferson ave, 

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Dahlheimer, Emil. auction and commifision 

merchant, 223 Jefferson aye. 
Dahmer, George, saloon, 101 Bates. 
Dalimer, John C, grocer, cor. Beanbien 

and High. 
Dahlinger, Ziesse & Co., sash, blinds and 

doors, High. 
Dal ton, Ettenheimer & Co., millinery and 

fancy goods, 187 Jefferson ave. 
Daly, James, grocer, 515 Fort. 
Danforth, George N., lawyer, 8 Buhl block. 
Danhey, Ellen, grocery, 196 Fifth. 
Danielson, Andrew E., house and sign x>ain- 

ter, 107 Grand River. 
Danielson, A., grocer, 289 Michigan ave. 
Darling, George, commission merchant, 89 

Farmer. 
Darmstaetter, Jacob, malt house, Howard. 
Darmstaetter, William, brewery, Catharine. 
Dash, John, brewer, 67 Adams ave. 
Davenport, Lewis, physician, cor. Griswold 

and Jefferson ave. 
Davey, Jabez, news depot, 804 Michigan 

ave. 
DAVIS, A. B., life and accident insurance 

agent, 68 Griswold. 
Davis, Solomon, brass foundry, 116 Bates. 
Davis, William H., gift book enterprise, 

119 Woodward ave. 
Davis, William & Sons (William, Samuel 

H. and David), fresh fish dealers, 1 Rus- 
sell House block. 
Davey, W. M., meat market, 201 Michigan 

ave. 
Day, Augustus, Day's shingle works. 278 

Atwater. 
Day, Daniel, homoeopathic physician, 19 

Rowland. 
Dean, Charles B., grocer, 396 Gratiot. 
Dean, John, grocer, 211 Woodward ave. 
Dean, William, starch and paper dealer, 

146 Grand River. 
DeBaptist, George, practical caterer, 289 

Jefferson ave. 
Debbandt, Eufene, physician, 478 Lamed. 
Dees, Alexander W., show case maker, 56 

Larned. 
Deguinder, George, barber, 18 Michigan 

Grand ave. 
DeHart, Hiram, physician, 180 Jefferson ave. 
Deimel, Anthony, butcher, 508 Gratiot. 
Delezenne & Bro. (George and Joseph), gro- 
cers, 285 Franklin. 
Deliart, Joseph, saloon, cor. St. Aubin ave. 

and Croghan. 
DeLos, B. C., physician, 208 Jefferson ave. 
Del p. Philip, tobacconist, 206 Randolph. 
Demay, Theophilus, shoemaker, 642 Jeffer 

son ave. 
Denison, Thomas R., lawyer. 78 Griswold. 
Denny, A. D., stone yard, near Board of 

Trade building. 
Desantels, James, cooper, 106 Maple. 
Deshon, Gordon G., general agency office, 

121 Griswold. 



Desotell & Button, boiler makers, 411 At- 
water. 

Desotell, Charles, baker, 186 Woodward ave. 
Deterichs, Joseph, tin smith, 477 Gratiot. 

Detroit Bridge and Iron Works, cor Foun- 
dry and M. C. Railroad. 

Detroit Car Manufacturing Co., cor. Cro- 
ghan and D. & M. Railroad. 

Detroit C%alr Factonr, oor. Fourth 
and Porter. H. L. Pratt, Treawrer. 

Detroit Copper Smelting works, near Fort 
Wayne. 

Detroit Cotton Works, M. Flanigan, propr., 
cor. John R. and Alfred, 

Detroit aty Railway, office, Woodbridge, 
between Second and Third. 

Detroit Dally Post Co., printers and 
publishers, cor. Lamed and Shelby. 

DETROIT FIRE& MARINE INSURANCE 
CO., office, 124 Jefferson ave. 

Detroit Ice Company, 159 Jefferson ave., 
Charles A. Lorman, Supt. 

Detroit Improved Brick Company, office, 4 
Brady's block. 

DETROIT LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Lar- 
ned, from Third to Fourth. 

Detroit Mechanics' and Laborers' Co-opera- 
tive store, 112 Randolph, Joseph B. Camp- 
bell, Treasurer. 

DETROIT & MILWAUKEE RAILROAD, 
depot and general offices foot Brash. 

Detroit Safe Co., Atwater, between Hast- 
ings and Rivard. 

Detroit and St. Qair Tug Association, foot 
Bates. 

Detroit Savings Fund Institute, Griswold, 
opp. P. O. 

Detroit Water Works, 252 Jefierson ave. 

Detroit Wooden Ware Works, cor. Wright 
and Lieb. 

Deufrene, Anthony R., grocer, 94 Rivard. 

Deville, John N., lager beer brewery and 
saloon, 228 Russell. 

Dewey & Brady (James Dewey and Charies 
J. Brady), trunk and box mano&ctory, 
cor. Atwater and Riopelle. 

DEY, ALEXANDER H.. President Ameri- 
can National Bank. 

Dlekersoiiy Charles H., bats, caps 
and furs, 157 Jefferson ave. 

Dickinson, Charles J., physician, 281 Mich- 
igan ave. 

Dickinson, George B., commission merchant, 
2 Board of Trade building. 

Dickinson & Hodges (Asa D. Dickinson and 
Lathrop S.. Hodges), 149 Jefferson ave. 

DIederleh A Breliaeher, wines and 

liquors, 24 Monroe ave. 
Diepenbeck, Rudolph, insurance agent, rear 

of American National Bank. 
Dietrich, August, saloon, Woodbridge, near 

St. Clair. 
Dillman, Louis, Hotel Mauch, 42 Michigan 

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IMttmer, Frederick, tobacco and cigars, 2 

Monroe ave. 
JMngemans & Co., sash, doors and blinds, 

cor. Oak and Grand River. 
Dings, Levi, G. W. Railroad House, 80 

F5ront. 
^x, Joseph, saloon, 801 Woodward ave. 
ftxon, Cartis K., ship broker, Brady's 

block. Woodward ave. 
Dixon, Richard, butcher, 2 Clinton. 
Dodge, Luther P., photographer, 169 Jef- 
ferson ave. 
DOELTZ. G. & BRO. (Gustavus and Wil- 

liam), fancy goods, 70 Woodward ave. 
Doetsch, Hilarin, grocer, 869 St. Antoine. 
Dolbeer, John, physician, 51 Griswold. 
Doll, George W., gents' furnishing goods, 

under Russell House. 
Domine, Charles, furniture, 90 Gratiot. 
Donahoe, John, meat market, 184 Michigan 

ave. 
Donaldson, J. & Co. (James, John W. and 

James H.), merchant tailors, 232 Jefferson 

avenue. 
Dondero, Antonio, willow ware, 188 Clinton. 
Dower, Jacob, brewery, 119 St. Lawrence. 
Doolittle, R.. & Co. (R. Doolittle and W. C. 

Weir), wholesale paper and paper bags, 40 

Larnod. 
Doran, Miles, grocer, 189 Michigan ave. 
Dorman, Ernest, grocer, Thompson. 
Doty, Luce & Co., lumber, Thompson, near 

River. 
Douglass, Samuel T., lawyer, 2d floor But- 

Wb building. 
Downer, H. E., engraver, 185 Jefferson ave. 
Downey, John, meat market, cor. Porter and 

Seventh. 
Downie, Maurice, shoemaker, 207 Michigan 

ave. 
Downey, Robert, grocery, 426 Woodbridge. 
Drake, Elijah H., physician, 16 Fort. 
Dehor, Caspar, blacksmith, etc., 182 Rivard. 
Drexel, John, druggist, cor. Croghan and St. 

Antoine. 
Drexelius, Frederic, grocery and saloon, 240 

Macomb. 
Drielsma, J. A., clothing, 6 Michigan ave. 
Diiggs, Frederick E., lawyer, 2 Rotunda. 
Droaillard & McCulley, harness makers, 226 

Jefferson ave. 
Drury, Edward A., wholesale grocer, 26 and 

28 Woodbridge. 
Dncharme A Prentiss (Alfred J. Du- 

charme and George Prentiss), hardware, 

78 Woodward ave. 
Duff, William L., & Co. (WUliam L. and 

John), meatmarket, 175 Grand River. 
Dnflleld, D. B. & H. M. (D. Bethune 

and Henry M.), attorneys and counsellors 

at law, 154 Jefferson ave. 
Duffield & Parke (S. P. Duffield and T. F. 

Parke), consulting and manufacturing 

chemists, 175 Clifford. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS. &;C., 21 1 



Du£fy, Charles, grocery and saloon, oor. Con- 
fnreea and St. Aubin. 

Duhring, Frederick, photographer, oor. Far- 
rar and Monroe ave. 

Dumon, Justin J., dentist, 2 Pisher block. 

Dumont, Mrs. E. & Co., millinery and &ncy 
goods, 249 Jefibrson ave. 

Duncan, John L., fur merchant, 165 Je£fer- 
son avenue. 

Duncan Brothers (Estate of Henir, and Wil- 
liam), saddlery hardware, 165 Jefibrson 
ave. 

Duncan & Hanna (William C. Duncan, Wil- 
liam Hanna and Ira Niles), tobacconists, 
11 and 18 Woodward ave. 

DUNKS, CHARLES H., 

Manufacturer of Piquette's gold pens, and 
and dealer in Swiss and American Watch- 
es, 157 Jefferson ave. 

Dunlap, Miss Gertrude, skirt and corset 
manufacturer, 189 Woodward ave. 

Dunlap, William H., tailor, 15 Griswold. 

Dunlop & O'Brien, engravers and lithograph- 
ers, 187 Jefferson ave. 

Dun, R. G. & Co.. mercantile agency, 159 
Jefferson ave. 

Dunn, Robert, storekeeper, car department 
D. & M. Railway. 

Dunn, T., second hand clothing, 185 Hast- 
ings. 

Dunnebecke, John H., grocer, 188 Franklin. 

Dunnebecke, Joseph, harness maker, 67 Gra- 
tiot. 

Dunning, George W., builder, 16 Beach. 

D wight, Alfred A., lumber agent. 111 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Dwyer, Jeremiah, fruits, 68 and 104 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

EARL, EDWARD P., show cases. 44 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

EATON, T. H. & SON 

(Theodore H. and Theodore H. Jr.), whole- 
sale druggists, 18 Woodward ave. 

Eastwill, Martin, blacksmith, 154 Gratiot. 

Ebel, Louis, saloon, 61 Randolph. 

Ebel. Robert, saloon, 186 Woodward ave. 

Eberle, Frederick, meat market, 211 Cass. 

Eccard & Co.. tobacconists, 126 and 128 Ran- 
dolph. 

Eckert, Joseph, boots and shoes, 69 Gratiot. 

Edffar William H , wholesale sugar mer- 
chant, 94 Jefferson ave. 

EDWARDS. H. D. & CO., India rub- 
ber warehouse, 87 Woodward ave. 

Eggman, Henry, builder. Congress. 

Ehrmann, Rudolph, grocer, 267 Woodward 
ave. 

Eherman, Michael, tobacconist, 280 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Einstine, S., clothing, 181 Woodward ave. 

Einstine & Jones, oysters and fruits, 158 
Woodward ave. 

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Eisenlord, William, hotel, cor. Oass and 
Lewis. 

Elder, Adam, house painting and wall paper, 
164 Jefferson ave. 

Eldridge, John V. D., domestic sewing ma- 
chines, 185 Jefferson ave. 

ELLIOTT. RICHARD R., 

Foreign passage and cloth house, 89 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Elliott, Robert, baker, 168 Gratiot. 
Elliott, Walter, lawyer, 18 Rotunda building. 
Elliott & Marvin (Edward A. Elliott and 

Russell Marvin), wholesale grocers, 161 

Jefferson ave. 
Endress, Conrad, meat market, 288 Gratiot. 
Engele, Charles, willow ware, 257 Gratiot. 
Engelund, Peter, piano maker, 95 Catha- 
rine. 
Erichsen, Clans D., propr. Hotel Erichsen, 

cor. Fort and Randolph. 
Erlenback, Philip, shoemaker, 78 Monroe 

ave. 
Ernest, George, dyer and cleaner, 23 Cass. 
Ernst, Hermann, grocer, 845 Orleans. 
Erwin, John G., commission merchant. Board 

of Trade building. 
Evans & Walker (John Evans and Frederick 

K. Walker), dealers in coffee and spices, 

96 Jefferson ave. 
Ewers, William, cooper, Lamed. 
Fairbaim, Walter, grocer, cor. Randolph 

and Gratiot. 
Falvey & Dorr, saloon, cor. Front and Third. 
Farlin, Cliarles, lumber dealer, 5 Merrill 

block. 
Farmer, J. Hamilton, dentist, cor. Monroe 

ave. and Farmer. 
Farmer, Silas, map publisher, cor. Monroe 

ave. and Farmer. 
Farns worth, Beujamin S., boots and shoes, 

257 Jefferson ave. 
Famsworth, James H., dentist, 95 Jefferson 

ave. 
Famsworth, L. S., boots and shoes, cor. 

Woodward and Michigan avos. 
Farrand, Sheley & Co., wholesale druggists, 

80 Woodward ave. 
Farrar & C-ostolo (Nelson M. Farrar and 

Michael Costolo), brass founders, 92 Wood- 
bridge. 
Farrell, James W., dry goods, 64 Woodward 

ave. 
Farquhar & Co., grocers, etc., 175 Woodward 

ave. 
Farwell, George A., plumber and gas fitter, 

43 Griswold. 
Farwell, Jesse H., undertaker, 184 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Faulkner, Charles, shoemaker. 111 Jefferson 

ave. 
Frauser & Brcner, carpet weavers, 271 Clin- 

. ton. 
Fawcett, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 42 

Jefferson ave. 



Fechheimer & Workum (Monii C. Fech- 
heimer and David J. Workum). wines and 
liquors, 280 Jeflferson ave. 

Fecht, Eugene, Justice of the peace, 28 Lir- 
ned. 

Freirtag, Randolph, shoemaker, 74 Atwatv. 

Feldman, Robert, clothing, 116 Franklin. 

Fennerty, John F ,photo^pher, cor. BnA 
and Gratiot. 

Fenton, James, boots and shoes, 128 ^chi- 
gan ave. 

Ferguson, Joseph, physidan, 178 GongresB. 

Ferguson & Lovett (Samuel Ferguson and 
Stephen W. Lovett), plumbers and gis fit- 
ters, 91 Jeff. ave. 

Femer & Kraushaar, clothing, 94 Woodward 
ave. 

Ferry, Knight C, saloon. 1 Woodward ave. 

Ferry. Church & Co. (D. M. Ferry, R F. 
Church, H. K. White and C. C. Bowen), 
seedsmen, 189 Woodward ave. 

Fetters, Edward J., soap and candles, 847 
Grand River. 

Fev, John, grocer, Michigan ave. 

Feld, George L., dentist, old Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Field, Moses W. & Co. (Moees W. Field and 
George S. Tarbell), whole«de grooezs, foot 
Griswold. 

Fink, George, saloon, 192 Woodward ave. 

Fink, Jacob, cigars, 76 Atwater. 

Finn & Dunn (Thomas Finn and Ignatos 
Dunn), proprs. Western Exchange, cor. 
Frcnt and Second. 

Finney's Hotel, cor. Woodward ave. and 
State, James Parshall, prop. 

Finster. Wald M., liquors and cigan» 97 
Grand River. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, cor. Jefferson 
ave. and Griswold. 

Fish, Albert A., fumiture, 194 Woodward 
ave. 

Fischbach, Nicholas, grocer, 56 Michigan 
ave. 

Fischer, Charles C, shoemaker, 888 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Fischer, P. & W., watchmakers, 208 Jeflfe^ 
son ave. 

Fisher, Benjamin, builder, comer Porter 
road and Woodbridge. 

Fisher, Mrs. S., fancy goods and confection- 
ery, 228 Woodward ave. 

FISHER, THOMAS, wooden ware, 20 Wood- 
bridge w. 

Fisher, William, builder, 486 Woodbridge. 

Fisher, Booth & Co. (M. M. Fisher, K G. 
Booth and D. G. Preston), bankers, 58 
Woodward ave. 

Fisher & Long, firearms and sporting mate- 
rials, 10 Congress east. 

Fiske & Moses (John P. Fiske and Lndan 
Moses), Crocker/, 02 Jefferson ave. 

Fitch & Carp<inter (Edward D. Fitch and 
Jas. P. Cari)euter), merchant tailors, 114 
Jefferson ave. 



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FItspatiick, Thomas, saloon, 89 Jefieraon 

aye. 
FiUsiiiimons & Go. (Cfaarlea FitzsimmoiiB 
and John Simona), grocers, cor. Je£fer8on 
ave. and Second. 
Flanigan, William, meat market, 827 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Flattery & Bros. (Neil, Dennis and James), 

furniture, 26 Woodward ave. 
Fleischman & Brother (Simeon and Charles), 

butchers, 5 City Hall market. 
Flint, Mrs. E. W., foncy goods, 213 JeflFer- 

■onave. 
Flood, John, saloon, cor. Brady and Wood- 
ward ave. 

FLOIIENGE 

SEWING MACTIINE. E. W. Gleason 
j general agent, 168 Jefferson ave. 

Florenz, Peter, fruits, etc., 211 Gratiot. 

Flower, James & Brothers (James, Thomas 
and George), engineers and machinists, 
cor. Brush and Woodbridge. 

Flynn, Hugh, sash and blUidB, cor. Third 
and Congress. 

Folaom & Co. (Simeon and Frank), wool 
dealers, 90 Woodward ave. 

Forbes, David, brewer. 420 Grand River. 

Fomi, Vital, grocer, 479 Gratiot. 

Forsyth, David, miUinery and fancy goods, 
150 Woodward ave. 

Fofter, James A., artificial limbs, 192 
Je^VBon ave., and 128 West Fourth st., 
Cincinnati. 

Foster, John, engraver and plate printer, 
old Odd Fellows' Hall, Woodward ave. 

Foster, William M., saloon, 105 Grand 
River. 

FOSTER, W. L. & CO. (William L. and Har- 
vey C), gift book store, 121 Jefferson ave. 

Foster & Cheyne, saddlers, 69 Grand River. 

Fowler, Henry, band and paper box factory, 
U Woodbridge. 

Fox, Colin, manager W. U. Telegraph, Gris- 
wold. 

Fox, J. B. & Co., confectioners, 32 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Foxen, William, land agent, 80 Griswold. 

Foy, Philip, grocer, 527 Michigan ave. 

Francis, Miss Caroline, milliner, 519 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Fraoklln House, Winn & Emery 
proprs., cor. Lamed and Bates. 

Fxantz, Samuel S., patent slates, 185 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Fraser, Alexander A., lawyer, 194 Jefferson 
ave. 

Fredericks & Staffin (Charles Fredericks and 
Peter Staffin), stained glass manufactu- 
rers, 100 Jefferson ave. 

FREEDMAN, S. & BROTHERS (Solomon, 
Simon and Herman), dry goods and milli- 
nery, 84 Woodward ave. 

Freeman, L. S., bookseller, 258 Jefferson ave. 

DXIAI.XBS IN TRUNKS, ^0.. 811 



FRISBIE, JAMES W., 



Dry goods, 53 and 55 Woodward ave., 
and 167 Jefferson ave. 

FROST, GEORGE S., 

I^nd commissioner, agent for the care 
and sale of pine and other lands in Mich- 
igan, office, 81 Griswold. 

Fry, Joseph, boots and shoes, 204 Wood- 
ward ave. 

FULLER, SILAS L., agent Peninsular Iron 
Company. 

Funke, J. W., boots and shoes, 181 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Furlong, William, saloon, 145 Lamed. 

Fyfe, Richard H., boots and shoes, 83 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Oabler, Lorenz, harness shop, 224 Gratiot. 

Gadway, Augustus, saloon, 2 Monroe ave. 

GAGE BROTHERS 

(Jerome and Norman H.), clothing, whole- 
sale and retail, 110 Woodward ave. 

Gagel, Peter, umbrella manufacturer, 25 
Fort. 

GANLEY, JOHN R., liquors, wine and vin- 
egar, 89 Farmer. 

Gannon, P. & M., saloon, 53 Clinton. 

Gangnon, Edward, propr. Eagle River Hotel, 
78 Woodbridge. 

Ganht, Miss Catharine, milliner, 156 Grand 
River. 

Garrison House, 65 and 67 Jefferson ave., 
Herman H. and John Cole, proprs. 

GARRISON & NEWBERRY (Charles M. 
Garrison, Henry W. Newberry and George 
W. Waterman), wholesale grocers. Board 
of Trade building. 

Gassman, George, merchant tailor, 255 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Gaunt, Samuel, grocer, 185 Michigan ave. 

Gayon, Nazareth, ship builder, 497 Congress. 

Geer, Mrs. Rosa, artist, 19 Merrill block. 

Gehrhardt, Anthony, grocer, cor. St. Antoine 
and Wilkins. 

Geisler, Michael M., carriage shop, 188 
Lamed. 

Gellert, Peter, grocer, 412 Gratiot. 

Gemeinhart, Abraham, wagon maker, 138 
Grand River. 

George, William S., business manager Ad- 
vertiser and Tribune. 

Gerardin, Venist, physician, 106 Columbia. 

Gibbs, Henry C, circulating library and 
bookstore, 173 Woodward ave. 

Gibson, E., saloon, 157 Woodward ave. 

Giddey, W. J. & F., broom manufactory, 175 
Woodward ave. 

Giefel, Joseph, boots and shoes, 203 Gratiot. 

Gifford, Joseph, grocer, 153 First. 

Gilbert, Caleb B., physician, 37 Adams ave. 

Gilbert, J. W. & Co. (J. W. and WiUiam), 
patent roofer, 54 Jefferson avenue. 
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Gill, James, hardware, 87 Michigan are. 

Qillett & Vining (Thaddeus K. GiUett and 
William O. Vining), attomeja* 83 Gria- 
wold- 

Gilman, Edward, grocer, cor. St. Anbin ave. 
and Fort. 

Gilman, Henry, dvil engineer and U. S. 
Lake Sarreyor, 63 Adams ave. 

Glaaa, John, boots and shoes, 98 Jefferson 
ave. ' 

Oleason, Edwin W., general agent 
Florence sewing machine and Lamb knit- 
ting machine, 158 Jefferson ave. 

Glendenning, David W., iron foundry, 154 
and 156 Michinin ave. 

Godenau, Comeuus, meat market, 360 Or- 
leans. 

GODFREY, DEAN & GO. 

(Joseph Godfrey, Horace W. Dean, An- 
drew J. Brow and Robert Hopkin), paint- 
ers, paper hangers and picture frame 
dealers, 48 Woodward ave. 

Goldsmith, Oliver, tobacconist, 163 Jefferson 
ave. 

Goldstin, J. H., manufacturer of hoop skirts, 
188 Jefferson ave. 

Goodman, Alfred, propr. Grand River House, 
20 Grand River. 

Goodman, Theodore E., grocer, 280 Gratiot. 

Goodrich, Ichabod, boots and shoes, 90 
Grand River. 

Goodyear, Nicholas, grocer, 101 Grand 
River. 

Gore, Arthur, saloon, Jefferson ave. 

Gore, James, saloon, cor. Atwater and Bates. 

Gore, Meredith E., saloon, 87 Atwater. 

Gorman, Thomas, boots and shoes, 527 
Michigan ave. 

Gottgen, Gerhard, grocer, cor. Harrison and 
Michigan ave. 

Gough. Giles M., furniture, 44 Monroe ave. 

GOULD & FELLERS 

(Walter J. Gould and Morgan S. Fellers)' 

wholesale grocers, 22 Woodward ave. 
Govin, Charles, merchant tailor, 64 Ran 

dolph 
Graham, J. H., grocer, 251 Michigan ave. 
Graham. Peter, grocer, 148 Sixth. 
Graham, William, job printing, cor. Bates 

and Woodbridge. 
Grand Trunk General Ticket Office, 184 

Jefferson ave., E. Reidy, agent. 
Granger, Edward, wooden pumps, etc., cor. 

Orleans and Woodbridge. 
Oranser A Itobin (Tl. Granger an(} O. 

T. Sabin), bankers, 37 Woodward ave. 
Grant, A., fancy dying, 16 Congress. 
Grant, William' C, mathematical instrument 

maker, 37 Woodward ave. 
Grant, James, billiard rooms, Russell House. 
Graves, H. W., Syracuse House, near M. C. 

R. R. depot. 



Gravier, John B. R., importer and dealer b^ 
liquors, 74 Gratiot. 

Gray, Mary Ann, iuntj store, eor. Grud 
Blver and Maoomb are. 

Gray, William, lawyer, 17 Botnnda. 

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, tidrak 
office 39 Woodward ave.; Charlee MeOibe, 
passenger agent. 

Green, A. C, ndoon, 188 Woodward ave. 

Green, Harrison, grocer, 72 Abbcytt. 

Green, James, grocer, 197 Sixth. 

Green, G. B. £ Co. (George B. Green and 
Thomas W. Palmer), lumber merchanli^ 
835 Atwater. 

Greening, H. & Co. (Herman Greening aad 
George Anderson), dry goods, fS^ Wood- 
ward ave. 

Greer, William, saloon, 105 Atwater. 

Gregory, John C, physician, 68 Lamed e. 

Grelling, Gottchalk, photo^pher, 219 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Gresbeck, Frederick, watches and jewelry, 
10 Monroe ave. 

Greser, Frederick, boiler maker, 435 Ma- 
comb. 

Greusel, John, brick and drain tile, 200 
Michigan ave. 

Grevels, Edward, saloon, 875 Hastings. 

Grieshaber & St. Jorre, gold pen maken, 
164 Jefierson ave. 

Griffin, John F., grocer, cor. Thompeon and 
Grand River. 

Griffin, Levi T., attorney, 140 Jefferson ave. 

Griffith, Alfred, chair maker, 419 BeauUen. 

GRIPPITH, JOHN a, 

Wholesale and retail druggist and apoth- 
ecary, 106 Jefferson ave., ui^der Michigan 
Exchange. 

Griffith, Thomas H. & Co. (Thomas H. Grif- 
fith and Dr. F. A. Fletcher), drugs and 
medicines, 241 Michigan ave. 

Origgs, Stephen, physician, 158 Jeffiwson 
ave. 

Griswold, Frederick W., book a^^ent, 70 
Griswold. 

Grittenberger, Mrs., grocer, 410 Grand 
River. 

Grove, Frederick, grocer, cor. Mnllett and 
Dubois. 

GROVER & BAKER 

Sewing Machine Company, 62 Woodward 
ave. 

Grunnow, Hermann, cigar makers, cor. 
Hastings and Clinton. 

Guenther. William, saloon, 107 Lamed w. 

Guilloy, Frederick, baker, 473 Gratiot. 

Guiney, Daniel, grocer, 221 Sixth. 

GuUey, O. S., job printer, 10 and 12 Con- 
gress e. 

Gundlach & Co., grocers, cor. Gratiot and 
Russell. 



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iMit & Eknory. piopn. City Hotel, 7 and 9 

Lafkrette w. 

um k Armor (Moees Gnnn and Samael G. 

Armor), physicians, Campos Martins, oor. 

Woodward ave. 

Din & Locke, dry goods, 96 Woodward 

irette, Joseph, saloon, Cass Hotel. 
ICKE'rr & MONAGHAN (Robert J. 
Hackett and John Monaghan, grocers, 
137 WoodbridRe, w. 

iddock, Ray, Commercial Editor Daily 
Post. 

iddow, John, grocery, 116 Michigan aye. 
khn, Amandos, saloon, 128 Randolph. 
lif h. Henry, druggist, 264 Jefferson ave. 
ill, Edmond, lawyer, 4 Rotunda, 
m, Capt. John W., marine reporter, office 
foot Woodward ave. 

ill, Richard H., brick maker, 118 Griswold. 
ILL, B. & CO. (Burgess Hall and John A. 
Belman), leather dealers, 88 Jefferson ave. 
illenback, N. P., physician, 127 Jefferson 
ave. 

Aller, Michael, tin shop, 1 Porter, 
dlock, H. & Co. (Horace R. and Francis 
R.), merchant tailors, 168 Jefferson ave. 
Uloran, Thomas, grocer, cor. Seventh and 
Porter. 

imilton. Palmer, patent saw hanging, 
80 Griswold. 

immer, Frederick, saloon, cor. Clinton 
and Hastings. 

immond, George H., meat shop, 117 
Third. 

inaford, WUIiam, tailor, 5 Wliitney. 
ind, George E., lawyer, 162 Jefferson ave. 
mley Brothers (Patrick anc. Thomas), dry 
^oods, 179 Michigan ave. 
knlon, Handel A., grocer, cor. Abbott and 
Sixth. 

mna, W. H., grocer, 880 Grand River, 
inna & Co. (Mrs. Mary Hanna and Rob- 
bert Meginnitv), toliacconists, 112 and 
114 WocSward ave. 

iniman, John B., butcher, cor. Michigan 
ave. and Second. 

inaing, Henry, bell hanger and locksmith, 
67 Randolph. 

insmann, Martin, shoemaker and saloon, 
85 Catharine. 

irbangh, David E., collector U. S. Reve- 
nue. 126 Jefferson ave. 
utiing, George, plumber and gas fitter, 
91 Jefferson ave. 

argreaves & Bro. (George and Samuel), 
children's carriage manufactory, corner 
Trowbridge and Henry, 
arland, John, physician, 128 Michigan ave. 
arlow, Alonzo, physician and surgeon, 
234 Woodward ave. 

armann. Ferdinand, meat market, 252 
Mnllett. 

arrington, James C, homoeopathic physi- 
cian, cor. Woodward ave. and State. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS. ^O^ 811 



Harrison, Abraham, hats and caps, 203 
Gratiot. 

Ebtrrison, C. W., grocery, 829 Michigan ave. 

Harrison, Misses R. & P., fiemcy goods, 214 
Woodward ave. 

Hart, Abraham, clothing, 186 Jefferson ave. 

Hartenstein, Pius, boots and shoes, 260 
Jefferson ave. 

Hartman, William, wagon maker, 117 Has- 
tings. 

Hartt. Joel R., architect, 68 Montcalm, w. 

Hasselbach, Philip, butcher, 87 Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Hassen & Seff, dry goods, 146 Woodward 
ave. 

Hastings, Charles, homoeopathic physician, 
80 Lafayette. 

Hatch, Joseph, baker, 87 Congress. 

Hauser, Joseph, meat market, 191 Lafavette. 

Harvey, John, druggist, 187 Woodward ave. 

Harvey, Thomas M., physician, 269 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Harvey & Son (Andrew Sen. and Andrew 
Jr.), brass founders, 128 Woodbridge w. 

Hawley, Ely ah, Detroit chair works, 9 State. 

Hanrley, R. A Son* (Richard, Sen. 
and Thomas D., John G. and Richard, Jr.), 
malt and hop dealers, 48 Bates. 

Hayden, Peter H., grocer. 294 Michigan ave. 

Hayden Bros. (Martin and Lott S.), agricul- 
tural implements, cor. Third and Cherry. 

Hayden & Baldwin (Peter Ebyden, N. T. 
and Lyman Baldwin), saddlery haitlware, 
88 Woodward ave. 

Hayes & Tucker, meat market, 209 Wood- 
ward ave. 

HAYWOOD, T. J. & CO., commisrion mer- 
chants, Brady's building, foot Woodward 
ave. 

Heaveniich Bros. (Simon and Sam- 
uel), wholesale clothing, 78 Woodward 
ave. 

Hebbard & Knight, insurance agents, 70 
Griswold. 

Hebden, George, lawyer, 8 Buhl's block. 

Hichtner, John C, grocer, 40 Michigan 
Grand ave. 

Heck, Jacob, saloon, 808 Gratiot. 

HEPFRON, J. & CO., 

Restaurant, under s. e. cor. Woodward and 
Jefferson avenues. 
HEFFRON, JOHN, oysters and frnits, 218 
Jefferson ave. 

HEINEMAN, E. S. & GO. 

(Emil S. Heineman and Magnus Butzel), 

wholesale clothing, etc., 6 and 7 Fort w., 

and under Russell House. 
Heller, A., clothing. Ill Woodward ave. 
Hellwig, William, ftoicy goods, 41 C. H. 

market. 
Hempel, Charles, hardware, 290 Gratiot. 
Henaerson, Davis, physician, 170 La&yette. 
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Henderson, George W., barber, 188 Wood- 
bridge. 

Henderson, John, crockery and glass ware, 
139 Woodward ave. 

Henderson, Mlnard, saloon, 187 Michigan 
ave. 

Henderson, W., variety store, 65 Baker. 

Henderson. William, merchant tailor, 217 
Jefferson ave. 

Hengstebeck, John, grocer, 256 Croghan. 

Henkel, Peter, grocer, 100 Randolph. 

Henrion, Mrs. (Jt., groceries, 288 Lafayete. 

Henrion, George, saloon, 281 Lafayette. 

Hensien, John P., hardware, 128 St. Antoine. 

Henry, John, brewery, 21 Ann. 

Henry, John H., shoemaker, 102 Jefferson 
ave. 

Herforth, Charles, furniture, 68 Gratiot. 

Hermann, Grunow, cigar maker, 38 Jeff- 
erson ave. 

Herinton, D. B., liauid bluing and sewing 
machines, 181 Woodward ave. 

Hermann, Matt, saloon, cor. Clinton and 
Eimwood. 

Herzberg & Levy (Manuel Herzberg and 
Ludwlg Levy), merchant tailors, 128 
Jefferson ave. 

Hessey, Francis, saloon, 12 Monroe ave. 

Heskett, William, grocer, 142 Grand River. 

Hesselbacher, Oswald, confectioner, 228, 
Jefferson ave. 

Hibbard, A. G. & Co., commission merchants, 
12 Atwater. 

Hibbard, Charles B., insurance agent, 70 
Griswold. 

Hilderscheidt, John and Peter, meat market, 
287 Fort e. 

Hill, Henry E., druggist, 121 Woodward 
ave. 

Hill, Hugo, millinery and fjemcy goods, 181 
Jefferson ave. 

Hill, Nazareth, grocer, cor. Lasalle and 
Grand River. 

Hill & Brother, (George H. and William E.), 
wholesale grocers, 94 Jefferson ave. 

HiU, Thierry & Co. (George B. HIU and 
Louis and Peter Thierry), manufacturers 
of nuts and washers, cor. Riopelle and 
Guoin. 

HILL, WILLLiM R., washing and wring- 
ing machine works, repairing, etc , 185 
MuKxiward ave. 

Hillerbrand, Frank, saloon, cor. Wood- 
bridge & Dudley. 

Hillerbrand, John, shoemaker, 358 Riopelle. 

Hilsendegen, V., blacksmith, 398 Gratiot. 

HINCHxMAN, THEODORE H., wholesale 
drugs and groceries, 120 Jefferson ave. 

Hinchman, Guy F. & Co. (Guy F. and Theo- 
dore H.), ship chandlers, 16 and 18 Atwa- 
ter, w. 

Hinecke, Fred, shoemaker, 81 Clinton ave. 

HInman, A. B. A Co. (Alfred B. Hin- 
man and Sanford R. Smith), Keystone oil 
works, 52 and 54 Shelby. 



Hinsdale, Edwin, lawyer, 2 Waterman block 
Hintermeister, Henry, merchant tailor, 

145 Jefierson ave. 
Hirsch. Peter, butcher, 544 Woodbrid|e w. 
Hirschman, Fanny, milliner, 224 Jeronon 

ave. 
Hirschman, Frederick L., cigars, etc, 875 

Jefferson ave. 
Hirschman, Moses, clothing, 71 Jeflfenon 

ave. 
Hittel, Samuel, watches, jewelry, etc, eor. 

Michigan and Woodward aves. 
Hodge & Christie (Samuel F. Hodge and 

Thomas T. Christie), iron founders and 

machinists, cor. Rivard and Atwater. 
Hodgkin & Eanady, general insuranee 

agents, 185 Jefferson ave. 
Hodges, C. C. & H. C, insurance agrats. 4 
' Merrill block. 

Hoey. John, grocer, 589 Michigan ave. 
Hofflnan, Abraham, Marine Hotel, 48 Front 
Hoffman, Christian, grocer, 104 Elizabeth. 
Hoffiier & Mayes ^Johu Hoffner and Ed- 
ward Mayes), sail makers and riggei% 

foot of Bates. 
Hog, Christopher, grocer, cor. Hastings and 

Watson. 
Holbrook, Dewitt C, lawyer, 6 Rotunda. 
Holcomb, H. W., grocer, 282 Woodwaid 

ave. 
Holland, Hanora, grocer, 298 Michigan am 
Hollenback, N. P., Physidan, 127 Jeflfenoi 

ave. 
Hollis, L. A., confectioner, 64i Jefferson aya 
HollMtein, John, saloon, 242 Clinton. 
Hollywood, James M., physician, 130 Jeff 

erson ave. 
Holmes, Mary, milliner, 60 Gratiot. 
Holmes A Webster (Robert Hohnes 

and Edward F. Webster), plumbers, gti 

fitters and manutacturers of fumaoei; 

etc., 115 Jefferson ave. 
Holmes & Brother ^Jabish and Silas M.) 

commission merchants, foot Wayne. 
Holthoofer & Keusch (Casper J. Holthosfer 

and Joseph Keusch), dry goods, Itf 

Woodward ave. 
Hommell, Gtorge, grocer, 79 Abbott. 
Hommel, Jacob, second hand store, M 

Gratiot. 
Hooker, J. W., agricultural and gesr 

eral machinery depot, 88 Lamed w. 
Hoops, Henry, propr. Kern's Hotel, 00 At- 
water. 
Hopkin, Bernard, shoe maker, 154 Abbott 
Hopkin & Brother (William and John), 0A^ 

riage makers, comer John R. and Fanner. 
Hopkins & Carter (Samuel Hopkins and 

Wilson Carter), house and sign paintiai^ 

142 Michigan ave. 
Horgadow, John, cooper, 885 Gratiot. 
Horn, Frank, wagon maker, 817 Michigaa 

ave. 
Horn, John, saloon, 2 Woodward ave. 
Horn, Maurice, blacksmith, 02 Lamed w. 



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Daniel, grocery, 17 Elm wood ave. 

ichmn, corner Fort and Randolph, 

D. Erichsen, propr. 

inch, 48 Michigan Grand ave., Lools 

in, prop. 

Garry A., leasee and manager of 

eeum. 

n, William, produce dealer, cor. 

peon and Grand River. 



\BD HOUSE. 



A. Corkins, propr., cor. Griawold and 

& Welch (Daniel W. Howard and 
M. Welch), lawyers, 145 Jefferson 

& Mandell (Hon J. M. Howard and 
in Mandell), lawyers, cor. Jefferson 
id Griswold. 

oseeli D., saloon, cor. Confess and 
Iph. 

William B., bookseller and stationer, 
fferson ave. 

illiam C, lawyer, 127 Jefferson ave. 
, Bela. lumber manufacturer, 57 
bridge w. Office, 4 Butler block. 
Robert, meat market, 1 Abbott. 
Andrew, grocer, cor Macomb and 

'aspar, saloon, 476 Gratiot, 
ohn, grocer, 91 Macomb, 
ohn, ^oon, 393 Atwater. 
Caspar, vinegar factory, 810 Rio- 

ury D., ticket agent, G. T. Railway 
::as6 Hotel. 

Anthony G., confectioner, 129 Mich- 
ire. 
Ezra, picture frames, 127 Michigan 

Francis W., wood yard, Michigan 

Patrick, grocer, 135 Michigan ave. 
Richard, grocer, cor. Sullivan and 
^an ave. 

)ther8 (William, Jacob and John), 
rs, 19 Campus Martins, and 8 City 
larket. 

I, Philip, boots and shoes, 85 Mich- 
re. 

)y & McNoah (William Humphrey 
hn McNoah), grocers, 105 Micnigan 

sveland, lawyer, Buhl's block. 

.Robert, saloon, 145 Woodbridge w. 

^r, John, carpenter, cor. James and 

ie. 

Henry, cigar maker, 65 Clinton. 

Co. (Oscar and Henry S.), bonnet 

ing, 5 Fisher block. 

L. & Co. (Joseph L. Hurd and Dun- 

tewart), produce and forwarding 

, dock loot Second. 

\iU Cliauncey, wholesale and 

frocer, 20 Woodward ave. 

LERS IN TRUNKS. dcG^ 811 



Hutchings, E^sther H., milliner and dresA-. 

maker, 118 Michigan ave. 
HUTCHINGS, JOHN, shipping and com- 

mission, dock foot Griswold. 
Ickler, Henry, cooper, 38 Maple. 
INGERSOLL, WALTER, cashier National 

Insurance Bank. 
Ingersoll & Son (Isaac W. and William H.) 

builders, 66 and 68 Fort e. 

Ingraham, Jewett & Stewart 

(John Ingraham, John H. Jewett and H. 
C. Stewart), wholesale grocers, 8 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Irion, J., saloon, cor. Brewster and HaBtim^. 

Isaac, Rains Phillips, milline^, 25 Fort ET 

Isdel, James, grocer, cor. Park and Co- 
lumbia. 

Hunt, George W., real estate agent, 80 Lar- 
ned. 

Ives & Brother (John T. and Laton M.), Em- 
pire Hotel, cor. Grand River and Macomb 
ave. 

Ives, A. A Sons (Albert Sen., Albert Jr. 
and Butler), bankers, cor. Jefferson ave. 
and Griswold. 

Ivor, George B. & Son (George B. and 
Hance A.), produce, 153 Woodward ave. 

Ivors, John, saloon, 209 Michigan ave. 

Jacklin, W. T., saloon, 60 Michigan ave. 

Jackson, I. P. druggist, 285 Woodward ave. 

Jackson, Thomas, outcher, 53 Brush. 

Jackson A Wiley (Jefibrson Wiley 
and William B. Robinson), founders and 
machinists, cor. Fifth and Woodbridge. 

Jacob, Christian, grocer, 186 Rivard. 

Jacob, William, saloon, 226 Gratiot. 

Jacobson, Solomon & Co., (Solomon Jacob- 
son and Sigmand Simon), dry goods and 
notions, 247 Jefferson ave. 

Jaeger, John, saloon, 125 Randolph. 

James, Casmar P., liquor dealer, 70 Grand 
River. 

James, J. & Son, (John and Charles B.), 
wholesale hardware, 80 Woodward ave. 

Jameson, Charles T., ailor, 254 Michigan 
ave. 

Janssen. Louis, upholsterer, 79 Congress e. 

Jeanes, James, baker, 49 Lamed w. 

Jeffrey, William, builder, 298 Howard. 

Jelsch, saloon, 857 Congress e. 

Jenks, Edward W., physician, 52 Fort w. 

Jenks, Jamet, Detroit machinery depot, 
80 Griswold street. 

Jenkins, Henry, barber, comer Third and 
Woodbridge. 

Jerome, George, lawyer, 111 Jefferson ave. 

Jerome. Edwin & Co. (Edwin Sen. and Ed- 
win Jr.), hardware, 171 Woodward ave. 

Jewell, P. & Sons, belt manufacturers and 
tanners, river front, bet. LafR^rty and 
Thompson. 

Johnson, C. E., saloon, 279 Jefferson ave. 
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Johnson, David E., news deiiot, 187 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Johnson, Edward, saloon, 83 Jeffisraon ave. 

Johnson, Edward Jr., saloon and eating 
house, 2 Woodward ave. 

Johnson. Frederick, 78 Baker. 

Johnson, George F., saloon, 191 Atwater. 

Johnson, Harlow D., saloon, 181 Third. 

Johnson, H. C, bookseller, 4 Waterman 
block. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT D., propr. American 
House, 202 Jefferson ave. 

Johnson, William H., photographer, 148 
Woodward ave. 

Johnson & Blackmur, brewery, cor. Michigan 
ave. and Sixth. 

Johnson & Co., brewers, 228 Lafayette e. 

Johnson, M. & Son (Mor^n and Hamilton), 
produce and oonmiission merchants, foot 
of Second. 

Johnson A Wlieeler (Waldo M.John- 
son and Richard O. Wheeler), wholesale 
grocers, 15 Woodward ave. 

JOHNSON, «. W. & CO. 

(Samuel W. Johnson and Alfred B. 

Famsworth), gas and kerosene stoves, 

lamps, kerosene oil, Tibbitt's patent 'chum, 

etc., 219 Jefierson ave. 
Johnston, James, photographer, cor. Lamed 

and Bates. 
Johnston, John W., land agent, Butler's 

building. 
Johnston, John, agent union steam water 

heating apparatus, 82 Lamed. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, 

Wholesale and retail dealer in drugs and 
medicines, soda apparatus, dental and sur- 

fical goods, wines, liquors and cigars, 165 
efferson ave., branch store 31 Jefferson 
ave., cor. First. 

Jones, Charles, saloon, 61 and 68 Lamed. 

Jones, Ekimund, dry goods, 118 Woodward 
ave. 

Jones, Elias W., grocer, 88 Lamed w. 

Jones, George C, commission mrrchant, cor. 
Gratiot and Randolph. 

Jones, James M. & Co., ship builders, foot 
Riopelle. 

Jones, John, tailor, 99 Lamed w. 

Jones, Samuel, shoemaker, cor. Michigan 
ave. and Porter. 

Jones, William, boot and shoemaker, 84 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Jones & Johnson, painters, 88 Griswold. 

Jones, John R., City Mills, cor. Lamed and 
Second. 

Jordon, James, boots and shoes, 115 Gris- 
wold. 

Joy, Hon. James F., lawyer, 81 Griswold. 

Judge, Mary, grocery, 181 Michigan ave. 

Judson, Otis, boots and shoes, 166 Woodward 
ave. 



Kaichen, Arnold, lawyer, 127 JeSengm ave. 
Kaichen, Samuel, cigar mannlacturer, 28S 

Jeflferson ave. 
Kaichen, Herman K., dgar maker, 60 Mkh- 

igan ave. 
Kaiser, Anthony, watch maker, 179 Jeflfer- 

son ave. 
Kaiser, John, grocer, 520 Gratiot. 
Kanady, Samnel £., lumber dealer, 70 Gxis- 

wold. 
Kane, Edward, physidan, 286 Woodward 

ave. 
Ranter, Edward, ship chandler, 4 tnd 

6 Woodward ave. 
Kaple, John H., agent, 6 Rotunda. 
Karrer & Brother (Joseph and Aaron), leath- 
er and findings, 88 Monroe ave. 
Kast, Qustave, grocer, 148 Hi^h e. 
Katus, John, saloon, 127 Croghan. 
Katu>4, Peter, blacksmith and wagon shop, 

198 Macomb ave. 
ELaufman, Frank J., saloon, 41 Michigtn 

Grand ave. 
Kaufmann, Isadore, clothing, 147 Jefienoa 

ave. 
Kean, M. B., steamboat owner, foot Woodr | 

ward ave. 
Kean, Thomas G., grocer, 120 Michigan aTC ; 
Keena, John C, ticket agent for Clevelaiid 

boats, Cass Hotel. 
Keith A Carter, (John W. Keith and 

David Carter), forwarding merchants, «DOt 

Shelby. 

KELLEY, GEORGE B., 

Hats, caps and furs, 182 Jefferson ave. 

Kelley, John, propr. Eighth Ward House, 
cor. Michigan ave. and Seventh. 

Kellogg, Charles, superintendent Detidt 
Bridge and Iron Works. 

Kelley, Thoe. S., grocer. 704 Michigan ave. 

Kelso, Itomuel J,, general agent and 
patentee. 194 Jefferson ave. 

Kendall. James G., telegraph manager, d- 
ficc. Board of Trade building. 

Kendall, John, carpenter, 70 Geoise. 

Kendall, Richard S.,news dealer. 64 Gratiot. 

Kengott, G.. grocer, 249 Michigan ave. 

Kennedy & Greig, brass founders and ma- 
chinists. Third, near Lamed. 

Kennedy, Thomas, jeweler and silversmiih, 
194 Jefferson ave. 

Kermott, John W., physician, 188 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Kern, Conrad & Co., butchers, cor. Lafayette 
and Hastings. 

Kerr, Andrew, meat market, 296 Michigan 
ave. 

Ketchum, William, 75 Monroe ave. 

Ketchum and Wallingford (Charles Ketch- 
um and William Wallingford), commis- 
sion merchants, 58 and 00 Woodbridge 
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Keveney, Patrick, dothing and tailoring, 

29 Jefi^rson ave. 
Kew, John, grocer, cor. Fifth and Porter. 
Kidd, George, grocer, 804 Sixth. 
Kidd & McComb (Thomas Kidd and Robert 

McComb), grocers, cor. Abbott and Fifth. 
Kiefer. Herman, physician, 80 State. 
Kier, Jacob S., phj^dan, 80 George. 
Kies, Walter, cooper, 206 Hastings. 
Kimball, J. E., grocer, 829 Woodward aye. 

EINa, J. L, 

Dealer in clothing, 174 Jefi^rson ave. 
KIM, Rol»ert W., wholesale crockery, 

90 Jefferson ave. 
King, 8. B., dining saloon, 178 Grand River. 
Kingsbory, Lewis H., boots and shoes, 12 

Sibley. 
Kingsley, William P. grocer, cor. Randolph 

and Adams ave. 
Kinsley, John, saloon, 85 Jefferson ave. 

KIRBY, GEORGE, 

Tanner and leather dealer, 88 Woodward 
ave. 

Kirsch, Lewis, saloon, 148 Woodbridge. 

Kirchner & Elliott (Otto Kirchner and Wal- 
ter Elliott), lawyers. 14 Rotunda building. 

Kittelberger, George, flour and feed store, 
196 Randolph. 

KlasB, Charles, grocery, 159 Catherine. 

Klapp, Jacob, propr. American House, 172 
Lamed west. 

Klein, liatthias F., physician, 454 Orleans. 

Kleinow, Frederick, confectioner, cor. Ran- 
dolph and Gratiot. 

KUng, Phillip, cooper, 211 Gratiot. 

Knapp & Spnnger (David Knapp and Wil- 
liam Springer), stone yard, 801 Atwater. 

Kneeland, L. P., grocer, 163 Grand River. 

Kneeland, Philo r^.. tinsmith, cor. Grand 
River and Griswold. 

Knickles. Thomas, barber, 187 Woodbridge. 

Knight, Henry, carpenter, 261 National ave. 

Knight & Jennison (Henry C. Knight and 
William Jennison), attorneys, 73 Griswold. 

Knodt, Henry, boots and shoes, 207 Gratiot. 

Knolls and Wiseman (Samuel L. Knolls and 
Benedict Wiseman), wholesale yankee 
notions, 209 Jefferson ave. 

Knowles. H. & B. M., carpenters, 64 Palmer. 

Knox, Robert, saloon, cor. Third and Lamed. 

Knck, Peter G., attomey, 88 Griswold. 

Koehler, Charles E., dry goods, 17 Michigan 
ave. 

KoelUnger, Moretz, saloon, 144 Gratiot. 

Kolbe, August, carpenter, 449 Croghan. 

Koler, Joseph, vinegar factory, 18 Clay. 

Kolph, Adieim, boot and shoemaker, 76 
Woodbridge. 

Konig, Henry, grocer, cor. St. Antoine and 
Clinton. 

Kooch, Andrew, cabinet maker, 58 Lamed. 

Korff, H., saloon, cor. Brush and Lamed. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, ^0., 811 



Kramer, Matthew & CV>. (Matthew and 
Philip), publishers of Michigan Volks- 
blatt, cor. Griswold and Woodbridge. 

Kramer & Steiner (George Kramer and 
Peter C. Steiner), pluml^rs and gas fit- 
ters, 21 C>>ngress. 

Krapp, William, grocer. Gratiot. 

Kreckle, Christian, clothing, 251 Gratiot. 

Kreit, Ulrich, saloon, 168 Gratiot. 

Kremer, Edmund, tobacco and cigars, 187 
Woodward ave. 

Kremer, Frank, boots and shoes, 246 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Kremer, Frederick & Bro. (Frederick and 
Hugo), dgar manufacturer, 64 Gratiot. 

Krenning, William, Yankee notions, 888 
Gratiot. 

Kress, Christian, boot and shoe maker and 
Yankee notions, 275 Woodward ave. 

Kringel, Bauer, grocer, 400 B<»aubien. 

Kroeper, Franz Adam, cooper, 291 Croghan. 

Krug, George J., Catholic bookstore, 88 
Croghan. 

Kmger, Albert, grocer, cor. Michigan ave. 
and Thompson. 

Kruger, Henrv, grocer, 77 Gratiot. 

Kruger, William, hats and caps, 72 Gratiot. 

Kuenzen, Franz, fumiture, 196 Gratiot. 

KUHLE. CHARLES, tobacco and cigars, 
58 Monroe ave. 

Kuhn, Frederick, grocer, 306 Riopelle. 

Kuhn, Joseph, justlpe of the peace, 88 Gris- 
wold. 

Kuhn & Sprich, tailors, 67 Congress enst. 

Kunze, Carl, brewer, cor. Howard and 
Thompson. 

Kunze, Lewis, boot and shoemaker, 120 
Woodbridee. 

Kurtz, Joseph A., propr. Ackerman Hotel, 
cor. Brush and Atwater. 

Kurzer, Joseph, joiner, 58 Lamed west. 

Labold, Louis, clothing, 86 Woodward ave. 

Ladd, Edward B., stone yard, dock between 
Brush and Randolph. 

Ladue, J. T. & Co. (George N. and John T. 
Ladue and Marshall Jewell), wool dealers, 
15 Campus Martins. 

Ladue & Co. (Andrew and James C), wood 
yard, Atwater. 

Lafferty, Peter, grocer, 660 Woodbridge 
west. 

Lafountain, Alfred, hotel and saloon, 49 
Atwater. 

LAITNER BROS. (Casimer, Lawrence and 
Alvis), brush factory, 40 Monroe. 

LAMB ENITTINQ MACHINE, 

E. W. Gleason, general agent, 158 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Lambie, F. & Bro. (Francis and John), com- 
mission merchants, foot of Cass. 

liamson, George W., agent Welch 
and Griffith's Boston cast steel saws, pat- 
ent shingle machines, etc., 42 Wood- 
bridge. 

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Landflberg, Adolpb, vinegar manufactory, 
rear 51 Griswold. 

Langdon & Co. (George C. Langdon and 
Nathan C. WiUiama), brewers, cor. Wood- 
bridge and Fourth. 

Lange, Frederick, jeweler, 160 Jefierson ave. 

Langer, Mrs. Charles, milliner, 118 Fort 
east. 

Langer, F., saloon and tailor, 54 Lafiajette 
east. 

Langlej, Henry, lime and stone yard, 810 
Atwater. 

Langley, William, wagon maker, Michigan 
ave. 

Lamed & Hebden (Sylvester Lamed and 
Qeorge H. Hebden), lawyers, 8 Buhl's 
block, Griswold. 

lAthrop, Josepli 8., dentist, 148 
Woodward ave. 

Latour, Dominick, grocer. 429 Beaubien. 

Lauder, James B., Sands Chicago Cream 
Ale vaults, 55 Russell House block. 

Lauderdale, Edward, physician, 206 Jefier- 
son ave. 

Lauer, Michael, joiner, 454 Macomb. 

Laurense, M. C, box maker, cor. Congress 
and Mt. Elliott ave. 

Lawler, William H., restaurant, 126 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Lawrence, Frank, druggist, 61 Grand River. 

Layer, John, grocer, 15 High. 

Layng & Sweet (Richard W. Layng and 
William H. Sweet), bleachers of straw 
goods, 204 Jefierson ave. 

L^ry. James, horse shoer, 62 Lamed west. 

Leavenivorthy T. B., silver spoon 
manufacturer. 165 Woodward ave. 

Lebens & Shubnell, soap factory. Napoleon, 
near Russell. 

Lebot, Dennis, grocer, 828 Franklin. 

Lebot, Enos, grocer, 832 Franklin. 

Lechner, William F., grocer, 800 Franklin. 

Leclerc, F. & Bro. (Frank and John), boots 
and shoes, 188 Jefferson. 

Ledoucke, Louis, blacksmith, 671 Jefierson 
ave. 

Lee, Henry, boots and shoes, 107 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Lee, William L., baker, 180 Randolph. 

Leete, Thomas T., cabinet maker. 8 State. 

LePAVOUR, EDWARD, 

Boots and shoes, 108 Woodward ave. 
Lefebore, Maximillian, saloon, 144 Grand 

River. 
Lehman, Adolph, clothier, 84 Woodward 

ave. 
Leithad, James, Jr., grocer, cor. Franklin 

and St. Aubin. 
Lemaire. Louis, importer of French and 

Rhenish wines, 89 Lamed. 
Leonard, John J., agent Detroit Fire and 

Marine Insurance Co., 124 Jeffbrson ave. 
Leritz, Frederick, saloon, 24 Clinton. 



LeRoy, Joseph H., carpenter and builder, 

cor. Cass and Lamed. 
L'Esperanoe, Alexander & Frank. Ume 

works, 895 Atwater. 
Leuschner & Thum (Gtto Leaschiier and 

William Thorn), druggists, 191 Jeflferwm 

ave. 
Levi. Leopold, millinery, 94 Gratiot. 
Leoy, David, clothing, 156 JefibiBoa ave. 
Lewis, Gleason F., land agent, 58 Wood 

ward ave. 
LEWIS, HORATIO N. F., editor and pro- 

prietor of Weetem Rural, 193 Jeflfenon 

ave. 
Lewis, Thomas, lime and stone yard, 404 

Atwater. 
Lewis, Alexander & Co. (Alexander Lewis 

and Henry K. Lincoln), oommlssion met- 

chants, dock foot Randolph. 
L'Hommedieu, G^rge, cheese dealer, 71 

Atwater. 
Lichtenberg, Moses, tobacco and cigars, 1 

Woodward ave. 
Lichtenberg & Sons (George, William, 

Charles and Reibeling),grooeriee.841ficli* 

igan Grand ave. 
Leiberman, Constantine, boot and shoe ma- 
ker, 86 Fort east. 
Limbach, Martin, hardware, 100 Woodward 

ave. 
Limbrick & Allen, dining saloon, oor. Con- 
gress and Randolph. 
Limpke, Charles, blacksmith, 609 Gratiot. 
Ling & Chandler (Conrad Linff and Gecnge 

Chandler), melodeon manufacturers, oor. 

Monroe ave. and Campus Martins. 
Lingemon, Caspar, umbrella maker, 80 Mon- 
roe ave. 
Link, Peter, boot and shoe maker, 65 Cro- 

ghan. 
Lingman, F. jeweller, 256 Jefibrson ave. 
Eilnn, A.WL A W. F., wholesale tea, 

cofiee and spice dealers, 154 Woodward 

ave. 
Litt, Jacob J., clothing, 119 Griswold. 
Littlefield, Solomon S., general business 

a^ncy, 6 Fisher's block. 
Livingston, James, hotel, 96 Woodbridge. 

LIVmGSTON&CO. 

(William sen. and William jun.), commis- 
sion merchants, dock foot of Randolph. 
Lloyd, Gordon W., architect, cor. Oongress 

and^ Griswold. 
Lodewyck & Bros. (Peter, Henry and 

Charles), coopers, 71 Rivard. 
Lodge, Edwin A., homoeopathic pharmacy, 

51 Wayne. 
Lohmann & Melchers (Paul Lohmann and 

Gustavo Melchors), grocers. 208 Randolph. 
Long, John B., livery, 55 Joffisrson ave. 
Loosomore, W., butcher, 262 Michigan ave. 
Loring, Daniel A., boots and shoes, 109 

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Lothzop, George V. N., lawyer, 154 JeflFeraon 
ave. 

Lota, Charles, grocer, 47 Catharine. 

Lowenberg, Emil, fieuicj goods, 157 Michigan 
ave. 

Lowrie, James, dry goods, 148 Woodward 
ave. 

Lucas, W. S., saloon, 297 Woodward ave. 

Lucey, John, grocery, 88 Grand River. 

Luetge, Mrs. Henrietta, &ncy goods, 188 
Grand River. 

Laetticke, Joseph, grocer, 171 Hastings. 

Lutge, Frederick C, photographer, 248 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Latz, John B., apholsterer, 142 Gratiot. 

Lynch, Michael, saloon, 254 Michigan ave. 

Lynch & Baxter, saloon. 4 Woodward ave. 

Lyndon, William, saloon, 41 Larned west. 

Lyon, Alexander M., druggist, Juliette. 

Lyon, W. D., grocer, 298 Michigan ave. 

Lyons, Harris, variety store, 229 Michigan 
ave. 

Lyons, Rnndolph J., physician. 8 and 4 Fish- 
er's Block. 

Lyons, William M., carriage manafJEustorer, 
64 Grand River. 

Lyster, Henry F., physician, 66 Randolph. 

MACADAM, MRS. A., millinery, Wood- 
ward ave. 

McAdam, J. & J. (John and James), saloon, 
192 Woodward ave. 

McAllister, David, boots and shoes, 270 
Michigan ave. 

McAlpine, Malcom J., saloon, 68 Woodbridge 

McArthur Mining Company, yard on At- 
water. 

McCarran, Neil, tinware and stoves, 56 
Michigan ave. 

McCarthy, Timothy, justice of the peace, 80 
Lamed. 

McClelland, Hon. Robert, lawyer, Butler's 
building. 

McComb, Alexander, grocer, 284 Howard. 

McCormick, David C, crockery, 12 Michigan 
ave. 

McCormick, James, propr. Northern Rail- 
road Hotel, 17 Atwator. 

McCormick & Eelley (Patrick and James), 
grocers, 809 Atwater. 

McCracken, Stephen B., justice of the peace, 
78 Griswold. 

McCune.J. N. M. ft Co. (James M. N. and 
George), meat store, 280 Woodward ave. 

McDonald, James, dining saloon, 34 Lamed. 

McDonald, James, grocer, 607 Jefferson ave. 

McDonald, Stewart, ship carpenter, 8 At- 
water. 

McEntee, Thomas M., lawyer, cor. Congress 
and Woodward ave. 

McFarlane, Patrick, grocer, 185 Seventh. 

McGillicuddy. Daniel, confectioner, 181 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

McGinnis, Patrick, auctioneer, 6 Monroe ave. 

McGrath, Thomas, brewer, 420 Grand River. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, ^0.. 81 1 



McGraw. Theodore A., physician and sur- 
geon, 491 Jefferson ave. 

McGRAW. A. C. & CO. 

(Alex'r McGraw and Samuel G. Caskey,) 
boots and shoes, wholesale, 65 Woodward 
ave., cor. Lamed. 

McGraw. T. & Co. (Thomas McGraw and 
Jesse E. Saxton), commission merchants 
and dealers in wool, 2 Atwater. 

McGraw & Crawford (Mark McGraw and 
Henry O. Crawford), wood y wd, cor. Michi- 
gan ave. and First. 

McGraw & Daily (Mark and Thomas H.), 
grocers, 188 Michigan ave. 

McGregor, J. & T. (John and Thomas), boiler 
makers, 155, 157 and 159 Atwater east. 

McHugh, Lawrence, saloon, 86 Woodbridge. 

McHutchon. William, grocery, 142 Beaubien. 

Mclntyre, John M., plumber and gas fitter, 
20 Shelby. 

McKenna& Radcliff( William McEenna and 
Thomas Radcliff),- wholesale druggists 
and grocers, 28 Woodward ave. 

McKenzie, Daniel, fumiture, 69 Monroe ave. 

McKEOWN, J., physician, 260 Jefferson ave. 

McKewin, H. W., tobacco and cigars, under 
Russell House. 

McKay, James A., insurance agent. 

McLaughlin, WiUiam, saloon, 74 Wood- 
bridge west. 

McLean, Archibald H., real estate, 80 Gris- 
wold. 

McMahon, Patrick, grocer, cor. Michigan and 
Lyell aves. 

McSIIllaii, O. A R» {George and Rob- 
ert), grocers, wholesale and retail, 118 
Woodward ave. 

McMillan brothers (Archibald and 
John W.), grocers, 191 Woodward ave. 

McNamara, John, grocer, 189 Michigan ave. 

McPherson, A. & Co. wood yard, foot Shelby. 

McRae, Gordon & Bacon (Duncan B. McRae, 
James Gordon and Amos H. Bacon), dry 
goods, 97 Woodward ave. 

McRoy, Daniel, brewery, cor. Fifth and Ab- 
bott. 

McTerney, Patrick, merchant tailor, 207 
Jefferson ave. 

Mack & Co., soap makers, 8 Franklin. 

Mackay, Duncan, real estate agent, 185 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Mackay, John D., brewery, cor. Fifth and 
Beech. 

MADDEN, ARCHIBALD, barber, 78 Gris- 
wold. 

Madden, John B., shoemaker, 179 Congress. 

Magermann, A., groceries, 297 Croffhan. 

Maher, Mrs. Daniel, grocer, cor. Michigan 
and National aves. 

Maier, John, boots and shoes, cor. St. An- 
toine and Trumbley. 

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Maier & Weber (Martin Maier and PhiUip 
Weber), hameas and trunk makers, 65 
Monroe ave. 

Mair, John C, gas fitter, 66 Lamed west. 

Major & l8ham((}eorge I. Major and Charles 
S. Isham), prcxluce commisdon merchants, 
71 and 73 Atwater. 

Malcomson, Joseph R., grocer, 285 Michigan 
ave. 

Mallory, D. D. & Co. (Dwight D. and WU- 
lard), wholesale oysters and fruits, 94 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Mandell, Addison, lawyer, cor. Jefierson ave. 
and Griswold. 

Mann, Chester M., grocer, 108 Michigan ave. 

Mann & Kndress (Jacob Mann and Charles 
Endress), lager beer brewers, Maple. 

Mappelbeck, James, eating house, 147 Wood- 
bridge west. 

Marr, Jeremiah, saloon, 8 Michigan ave. 

Marsh, Robert, brewer and pop manufiftc 
• turer, 98 Catharine. 

Marshall, Archibald, saloon, 70 Jefferson ave. 

Marshall & Clelland (Adam Marshall and 
James Clelland), locksmiths and cutlers, 
17 Woodbridge: 

Martin, Stephen, wood yard, 244 Michigan 
ave. 

Martin, William H., physician, 168 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Martin Bros. (James and Robert), boots and 
shoes, 141 Woodward ave. 

Martin & Griffin (John T. Martin and 
Thomas Oriffln), boots and shoes, 112 
Michigan ave. 

Marx, Moses, grocer, 70 Gratiot. 

Marxhausen, August, editor and proprietor 
Unterhaltungs-Blatter, 65 liandolph. 

MARXHAUSEN, CONRAD, oroprietor of 
Daily and Weekly Journal, Woodbridge, 
between Woodward ave. and Bates. 

Mason, Robert, grocer, 68 Larnod west. 

Mason, Doty, Luce & Co., lumber dealers, 
foot Thompson. 

Mason & Co. (L. M. Mason, J. S. Minor, J. K 
Lock wood, B. F. Luce and Theodore Luce), 
lumber dealers. 1 Rotunda. 

Massnick, Frederick, cooper shop, St. Aubin 
ave. 

Mathanor, Paul, saloon, 287 Jefferson ave. 

Mather A Co.. crockery, china, glass- 
ware, etc., 146 Woodward ave. 

MATHER, P. P. & CO. 

(Francis P. Mather and Thomas H. Arm- 
strong), hats, caps and furs, 184 Jefferson 
ave. 

Matthewson, Charles M., grocer, 88 Lamed 
west. 

Matthewson, William, grocer, 80 Lamed. 

Mattlson, Itoth A., general agent New 
York Life Insurance Company, 72 Gris- 
wold, up stairs. 

Maus, Julius, bakery, 226 Rivard. 

May, Henry, grocer, 1 Clinton ave. 



May, Nelson H., grocer, cor. Grand Bivor 

and Palmer. 
Maynard ft Meddaogli (Aaron K ICaynard 

and Elijah W. Meddaugh), lawmen, 19 

and 20 Rotunda. 
Mead & Mitaelfield (Elvin H. and Bobert)^ 

confectioners, 109 Michigan ave. 
Mechanics' Co-operative Stove, lid Ran- 
dolph. 
Mehling, John V., groeeries^ 85 Michigan 

Grand ave. 
Meissner, WUliam, barber, 119 Woodwaid 

ave. 
Meister, Henry, merchant tailor, 145 Jef- 
ferson ave. 
Melchers, Gustavna, tobacco and dgais, 68 

Randolph. 
Melchers, J., sculptor, modeller and ear?er, 

68 Randolph. 
Melius, C. & P. (Christian and Peter), saw 

manufacturers, 860 Fort. 
Melody, Patrick, grocer, 120 Third. 
Mende, Gottleib, saloon, 2 Catharine. 
MERCHANTS' UNION EXPRESS CO, 

C. J. Petty, agent, 211 Jefierson ave. 
MerclianU' Despatch, Fast Freight 

Line, A. E. Smith, agent, office 86 Gris- 

wold. 
Merr, John & Lorens, coopers, 417 Cemetery. 
Merrell, Harvey B,, general agent 

Mutual Life Insurance Company of New 

York, 1 Butler's Block. Griswuld. 
Merrick, E. G. & M. F., shipping and lumber 

merchants, dock foot Woodward are. 
Merrill, Charles, lumber dealer, 6 Merrill 

Block. 
Merritt, Mrs. L. C, doak and dress maker, 

111 Jefferson ave. 
Merritt, William, steamboat agent, office 

Brady's warehouse. 
Messe, Joseph, embroidery and stamplog, 

75 Lamed east. 
Methodist Book Depository, 128 Woodwaid 

ave. 
Metzen. Joseph, Metzen Hotel, 116 Atwater. 
Metzner, John & Co. (John Metiner and 

John Diederick), soap and candles, 768 

Michigan ave. 
Meyer, Charles, tailor, 48 Congress east. 
Meyer, William, sash, doors and blinds, 846 

Gratiot. 
Michael, George, saloon, 885 Atwater. 
Michenfelder, Anthony, brewer, 157 High e. 
Michigan Car Company, J. 8 Newbeny, 

J)ro8idcnt ; Dean and Eaton, supta. 
CHIGAN CENTRAL Railroad, depot 
foot Third. 
Michigan Exchange, cor. Jefferson ave. and 
Shelby, Edward Lyon and Henry D. Irish, 

mFcSigAN journal, daily and weekly, 

Woodbridffe. 
Michigan Oil Company, 46 Jefferson ave., 

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Michigan Sootiiem Railroad, 

ticket office 128 Jefferson ave.. C. Sheehy, 
passenger agent ; depot, foot of Brush. 

MICHIGAN STATE GAZETTEER AND 
BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Chapin & 
Brother, publishers. 

Michigan & Indiana Bolt and Nut Company, 
200 Lamed. J. S. Newberry, president ; 
J. A. Briscoe, Secretary. 

Miesen, Joseph, boots and shoes, 286 Gratiot. 

Miles & Gleeson (Peter L. Miles and John 
G. Gleeson). billiard saloon, 66 Randolph. 

Milens, Frederick, grocer, Mt. Elliott ave. 

Millar, John, shipsmith, 803 Atwater. 

Millar, W. & R., grocers and liquor dealers, 
178 Woodward ave. 

Miller, Charles, barber, 197 Michigan ave. 

Miller, Henry, grocer, 311 Michigan ave. 

MILLER, SIDNEY D., lawyer, 3d floor But- 
ler building, Griswold. 

Miller & Thayer (Henry G. Miller and Peter 
S. Thayer), livery and sale stable, 192 
Third. 

Millerd & Cole, ^Jleghany OU Works, 40 
Jefferson ave. 

Millis, Isaac T., photographer, 14 Water- 
man block. 

Mills, Daniel, barber, Third, bet. Wood- 
bridfi:e and Front. 

Mills, Hiram R., physician, 148 Woodward 
ave. 

Minard, Charles W., brewer, 547 Michigan 
ave. 

Miner, Edward, merchant tailor, 12 Con- 
gress e. 

Mitchell, Anthony, saloon, 21 Abbott. 

Mitchell, William, boots and shoes, 148 
Randolph. 

Moe, George, grocer, cor. Michigan and 
Monroe aves. 

Moebs, George, saloon, 244 Rivard. 

Moeller, Andrew, organ builder, 232 Russell. 

Moesta, Henry, machinist, cor. Bates and 
Atwater. 

Moffat, Hugh, saw mill, Atwater. 

Monaghan, William, grocer, 178 Orleans. 

Monfort, Oscar F., oculist, 213 Jefferson ave. 

Monnier, Francis H., importer of French 
wines and liquors, 44 Congress e. 

Monnier, P. C. & E., grocers, 118 Michigan 
ave. 

Montigny, Augustus, saloon, 63 Jefferson 
ave. 

Montique, A., grocer, 297 Woodward ave. 

Montique, Louis, wholesale liquors, 12 At- 
water. 

Moore, A. D., barber, 231 Woodward ave. 

MOORE & GRIFFIN (William A. Moore 
and Levi T. Griffin), attorneys at law, 149 
Jefferson ave. 

Moore, Orlando D., photographer, 158 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Moore, William, livery stable, 76 Lamed e. 

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MOORE, F. & 8., lumber manufactarers. 

Mill, river front, 603 Woodbridge, cor. 

Stanton. 
Moore, Foote & Co. (Franklin Moore, George 

Foote and George F. Bagley), wholesiue 

grocers, dock, foot of Cass. 
Moore. J. W. & Co. (J. W. and V. K. Moore), 

retail clothing, 106 Woodward ave. 
Moralian, Thomas, grocer, 178 Michigan ave. 
Moran, Patrick, blacksmith. 395 Thompson. 
Moran, William, grocer, 255 Michigan ave. 
Mordhorst & Schulte, cigars and tobacco, 

158 Woodbridge. 
Morehouse, Mitchell & Byram (George More- 
house, Nicol Mitchell and Charles Byram), 

builders, 132 Woodbridge. 
Moross. Christopher, livery stable, 20 Mon- 
roe ave. 
Morphy, Robert, grocer, cor. Thompson and 

Grand River. 
Morris, George, hats and caps, 216 Jefferson 

ave. 
Morris, J. M., physician, 196 Woodward ave. 
Morris, Levi, tailor, 72 Jefferson ave. 
Morrison, Alexander, grocer. 77 Monroe ave. 
Morrison, John H., watches and jewelry, 

cor. Woodward and Jefferson aves. 
Morrow & Cochrane (Henry A. Morrow and 

Lyman Cochrane), lawyers, 183 Jefferson 

ave. 
Mott & Johnson, wholesale liquor dealers, 

15 Jefferson ave. 
Motz, Frederick, tinshop. 157 Grand River. 
Much leek & Brother (John and Andrew), ba- 
kers, 114 Woodbridge e. 
MUELLER, CHARLES F., merchant tailor, 

117 Jefferson ave. 
Mueller, Otto, confectioner, 251 Jefferson 

ave. 
Mueller, William, meat market, 304 Orleans. 
MUIR, WILLIAM K., Assistant General 

Superintendent of M. C. R. R. 
MuUaney, Matthew, grocer, 93 Grand River. 
MuUaney, Robert, physician, 283 Michigan 

ave. 
Muller, Christian, saloon, 91 Fort e. 
Mulligan, James, saloon, cor. Randolph and 

Congress. 

numrord, Foster A Co. (S. R. Mum- 
ford, E. D. Foster, Douglas Payne and B. 
P. Mumford), leather and findings, 28 
Monroe ave. 

Mumford & Scott (William Mumford and 
John Scott), barbers, 235 Jefferson ave. 

Munro, John F., surveyor, 10 Fisher block. 

Munson, Henry C, insurance agent, 34 
Griswold. 

Murphy, Bartholomew, grocer, 147 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Murray, Alexander J., physician, 106 Mich- 
igan ave. 

Murray, Mrs. L., physician, 263 Woodward 
ave. 

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MasBclie, John B., marble works, 42 Monroe 

ave. 
Myers Brothers (Julias and Louis), dry 

goods, 16 Monroe ave. 
Mvll, William, salcon, 74 Croghan. 

NALL, JAMES Jr. & CO., 

Dry goods and caroets, 74 Woodward ave. 

Nathan, Moses, watcn maker, 92 Oratiot. 

NATIONAL INSURANCE BANK, cor. Jef- 
ferson ave. and Griswold. 

Natus, John, photographer, 68 Randolph. 

Navarre, Tlieodore F., grocer, cor. Dubois 
and Jefferson ave. 

Neal, J. M. S., State agent .£tna Insurance 
Company, 3 Merrill block. 

Nebe, J. & H., grocers, 49 Michigan Grand 
ave. 

Netting, George, saloon, 7 Michigan Grand 
ave. 

Neubronner, John C, wagon manufacturer, 
81 Fort e. 

NeTln A mult (Frank Nevin and Merrill 
I. Mills), tobacconists, 193 and 195 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Newberry &. Pond (John 8. Newberry and 
Ashley Pond), lawyers, 13, 14 and 24 Ro- 
tunda. 

Newhall & Sheehan (Hark W. Newhall 
and Daniel Sheehan), commission brokers, 
foot Woodward ave. 

Newland, Henry, physician, 165 C-ongress e. 

Newman, Charles, saloon, cor. Woodward 
ave. Alexandrine. 

NEW YORK CENTRAL R. R., 

Alfred Chesobrough, agent, cor Wood- 
bridge and Third. 

New York Life Insurance Co., 

8. A. Mattison, general agent, 75 Gris- 
wold. 

Nichols, Thomas, saloon, 88 Jefierson ave. 

Nicol, Robert, rone manufacturer. Wood 
bridge Grove, Michigan ave. 

Niebling, Peter, shoemaker, 256 Jefferson 
ave. 

Niedermueller, Christian, barber, 156 Has- 
tings. 

Niedermueller, Frederick, barber, 259 Has- 
tings. 

Noble, Samuel B., glove maker, 187 Wood- 
waid ave. 

NOBLE, SYLVESTER, whip manufacturer, 
105 Woodward ave. 

Nogle, John, grocer, 202 Third. 

Nolden, John C. A., physician, 404 Gratiot. 

Normandin, John, bcKits and shoes, 51 City 
Hall market. 

Norris, Charles, soda water manufacturer, 
50 Jefferson ave. 

Noyes, Alexander G., insurance and claim 
agent, 77 Woodward ave. 



Noyes, Jamee F., oculist and aurist, S8 
Fort w. 

Noyes, Thomas J., hardware, 77 Woodwiid 
ave. 

Noyes, B. B. ft W. B., hardware, 86 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Oaks, W^illiam, lumber dealer, 81 Fort w. 

Oakley, John J., physician, 180 Jeffezmi 
ave. 

O'Brien, James, engraver, 187 Jefferson are. 

O'Brien, James, grocer, 148 Abbott. 

O'Brien, John F., grocer, 899 Franklin. 

O'Brien, Lyster M., lawyer, 17 Rotunda. 

O Bryan, Thomas B., tailor, 81 Griswold. 

Ochsenhirt. Adam, carriage £iCtory, eor. 
Gratiot and Antoine. 

O'Connor, Daniel, livery, Jefiferaon ave. 

O'Connor, J., lawyer, 17 Rotunda. 

O'Donnell, John, grocer, 885 Woodward ave. 

Ottenger, William, hotel, 21 Second. 

O'Flynn, Cornelius J., lawyer, 16 Etotunda 

O'Grady, Bernard, commission merchant, 
foot of First. 

Ohlcrt & Raths (Peter Ohlert and Peter 
Raths), grocers, 827 Michigan ave. 

0'K(H?fo, John, saloon, 170 Woodbridge. 

Oldekopp, George, grocer, 268 St. Antoine. 

Olney & W^hltaker (Sanford P. Olnev ind 
Byron Whitaker), ship brokers and gen- 
eral commission merchants, foot of Batea 

O'Mara, John, engraver, 8 Michigan ave. 

O'Niel, John, liquors, 97 Michigan ave. 

Onondaga Salt Company, cor. Atwater and 
Randolph, Joeiah M. Mann, agent. 

Orckford, Dennis M., confectioner, 288 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

O'Ruiley, Miles J., lawyer, cor. CongresB 
and Griswold. 

ORR. EDWARD, wholesale diy goods, 148 
Jefferson ave. 

Ott, John G., shoemaker, 54 Bruah. 

OWEN, JOHN, president National Insu- 
rance Bank. 

Owen & Rediield, butchers, 7 dtf Hall 
market. 

Page, Ira, carpenter, cor. Harriaon and 
Michigan ave. 

Paine. Edward, wig maker, 216 Jeflbraon 
ave. 

Palman, Augustus, shoemaker, 142 Ran- 
dolph. 

Palmer, G. B., physician, 81 La&yette e. 

Palmer, John, insurance agent, 2 Merrill 
block. 

Palmer, Richard, baker, 168 Michigan ave. 

Palmer, Thomas, land agent, 5 Merrill block. 

Palmer, Thomas W., lumber dealer, 5 Mer- 
rill block. 

Palms, Francis, real estate dealer, 345 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Poquette, Jarvis, carpent<»r, 886 Congress. 

Paris & Lee (Henry Paris Jr. and John Lee), 
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Paris k Doty (Henry Paris and Austin Dotj), 
Detroit vinegar works, 23 St. Antoine. 

Parker, George H., leather manofactarer, 
14 State, cor. Farmer. 

Parker, Thomas A., wholesale grocer, 75 
Woodward ave. 

Parker,:WilUrd & Co. (WiUard and Willard 
F.), pork packers, 32, 34 and 36 Wood- 
bridge e. 

Parrish, Lee & Son (Lee and Jeptha H.) in- 
surance and real estate agents, 127 Jeffei^ 
son ave. 

Parry, John C. & O). (John C. Parry and 
Frederick Westbrook), wood dealers, foot 
Rivard. 

Partello, Byron, spring beds, 54 Jefferson 
ave. 

Patchett, William, meat market, cor. Sixth 
and Howard. 

Patchin, Jared, lawyer, cor. Congress and 
Oris wold. 

Patten, John S., agent Erie Railway, office 
foot Randolph. 

Patton, John, carriage maker, cor. Wood- 
bridge and Brush. 

Pattison, George W.,old bookseller, 47 Gris- 
wold. 

Pane, C^rl, saloon, cor. Michigan ave. and 
Trowbridge. 

Paul, Reinems, grocer and butcher, 119 Ad- 
ams ave. 

Paulus, August, grocer, 147 St. Antoine. 

Paulus, CHiarles, stoves and tinware, 58 
Michigan Grand ave. 

Pawley, William, saloon, 97 Atwater. 

Pearce, Henry, saddlery, 331 Woodward ave. 

Pease, David A., real estate agent, Uriswold, 
near Michigan ave. 

Pease, David A., Jr., physician, 16 Sibley. 

P(»MC, George B. A (Son (George B. 
and George L.), wholesale paper and sta- 
tionery, 210 Jefferson ave. 

Peck, George, dry goods, 127 Woodward 
ave. 

Peine, Albert, boots and shoes, 121 Ran- 
dolph. 

Peirce, David R., secretary and treasurer of 
Detroit Locomotive Works. 

PELGRIM & GRAY 

(Christopher Pelgrim and John S. Gray), 
wholesale confectioners, 143 Jefferson ave. 

Peltier, Charles & Son (Charles and Charles 
F.), insurance and real estate agents, 196 
Jefferson ave. 

PENFIELD, W. S., agricultural warehouse, 
103 Woodward ave. 

PENINSULAR IRON CO., office over Sec- 
ond National Bank. Silas L. Fuller, agent. 

PENINSULAR FIRE INSURANCE CO., 
of Detroit, office, 80 Griswola. 

People's Insurance Co., of Detroit, office, 
cor. Griswold and Congress. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, &C., 81 1 



Perkins, William, Jr., grocer and propr. Per- 
kins' Hotel, 100 Grand River. 

PERKINS, J. R., stencil establishment, 205 
Jefferson ave. 

Perrault & Courville (Louis Perrault and 
Octave Courville), grocers, 820 Atwater. 

Perrin & Brothers (Dominic, Joseph and £t- 
enne). Fort Gratiot Mills, 176 Gratiot. 

Peters, Jay B., grocer, 147 Sixth. 

Peters, William, boots and shoes, 64 Mon- 
roe ave. 

Petlej, James, grocer, 100 Michigan ave. 

PETTY, CORTLAND J., agent Merchants' 
Union Express Co. 

Petrequin, Peter, baker, 104 Croghan. 

Petz, Joseph, jeweler, 160 Jefferson ave. 

Petz, F. & J., watches and jewelry, 80 Mon- 
roe ave. 

Pfeffer, David, shoemaker, 279 Jefferson ave. 

Pfeiile (Jacob and John J.), shoemakers, 275 
Woodward ave. 

Pfeifle, Peter, cabinet maker, 142 St. An- 
toine. 

Pflug, August, pottery, 512 Gratiot. 

Pfohman Andrew, brewery, 8 Clinton ave. 

Pfroman & Uueter, meat market, 265 Cro- 
ghan. 

PHELPS, FRANK J. & GO. 

(Frank J. Phelps and Martin Geiger), 

lamps, glassware and gas fixtures, 135 

Jefferson ave. 
Phelps, W. & Co. (William Phelps, Orrin 

Staples and William H. Brace), wholesale 

grocers, 98 Jefferson ave. 
Philips, Isaac, millinery store, 19 Fort e. 
Philips, H. T. & Co. (Henry T. Philips and 

Oliver Evans), grocers, 42 Michigan Grand 

ave. 
Philips & O'Farrell (Alonzo W. Philips and 

William M. OTarrell), grocers, 200 Ran- 
dolph. 
Pierce, David, photographer, cor. Wapne 

and Michigan ave. 
Pindar, Edward W., carpet tack maker, 127 

Elizabeth. 
Pinnell, William, saloon, 197 Atwater. 
Pip, George, butcher, cor. Randolph and 

Gratiot. 
Pitcher & Farrand (Zina Pitcher and D. O. 

Farrand), physicians, 58 Congress. 
PiUman, James £., dealer in coal and 

iron, Woodbridge, bet. First and Cass. 
Pitts, Samuel, saw mill and lumber yard, 

Atwater. 
Piatt & House (H. Pardee Piatt and William 

C. House Jr.), grocers, 179 Woodward ave. 
Plumer, G. W. & M. B., butchers, 86 Michi- 
gan Grand ave. 
Pohl F., book binder, cor. Jefferson ave. and 

Griswold. 
Pomeroy, George H., dentist, 158 Jefferson 

ave. 
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Pomoroy, George W., machinery and ma- 
chinists' supplies. 88 Lamed. 

Pomeroy,Thomas F., physician, 108 Congress 
east. 

Porter, Arthor €., copper, tin and 
sheot iron ware, 85 Woodward ave. 

Pospishill & Bradford, gunsmiths, Monroe 
ave. 

Posselius, Adolph, wood turner, 800 Gratiot. 

Post, David, butcher, 101 Gratiot. 

Potter, Julian C, saloon, 1 W(K)dward ave. 

Pott^jr, Northrop & Co, (George VV. Potter, 
Charles H. Northrop and Z. K. Brock way), 
gents* furnishing goods, 170 Jefferson ave. 

Pratt, Sieplion,chair factorv, 54 Elizalx?th. 

PRKNTISS, B. T., lawyer, 1 Larned west. 

PRENTISS, GEORGE 11., lawyer, 1 Larned 
west. 

PRESTON, DAVID & CO., 

Bankers, 72 Woodward ave. 

SGRIPPS, PRESTON & EEAN, 

Bankers, 47 Clark St., Chicago. 
Preimer, Lucas, blacksmith, Gratiot, near 

Mt. Elliott ave. 
Priest, J Oram, carriage manufacturer, cor. 

Franklin and Randolpli. 
Prouty, Fayette, grocer, 71 Grand River. 
Pulling, Henry P., president Peninsular 

Bunk, 126 JotFerson ave. 
Purdy, Stephen P., law office. National In- 

surance Bank building, cor. Jefterson ave. 

and Griswold. 
PURDY,W1LL1AM T., hotel, corner Wood- 
ward ave. and Grand Circus. 
Quigley, John, saloon, Wood bridge Gnjve. 
Qulnn, Joseph, saloon, 285 Jefferson ave. 
Quinn, Peter, grocer, 284 Franklin. 
Quinn, William, saloon, 158 Atwater. 
Quinn & Butler (Joseph Quinn and James 

Buth»r), bottling works, cor. Wood bridge 

and Bandolph. 
Rabaut. Charles P., second hand clothing, 

157 St., Antoine. 
Radcliff, John T., grocer, cor. Grand River 

and Third. 
Rahely, Michael, saloon, 17 Griswold. 
Rail Road Hotel, John F. Antisdel, propr., 

Campus Martius. 
Ramsay, N. R., eewing machine agent, 181 

Woodward ave. 
Rand, Wiswall & Co., Detroit Milk House, 

40 i.-ongres8. 
Randall, James J., photographer, 12 and 14 

Fisher bhxik. 
Randall, James, brass founder, 79 Whiting. 
Randall, Joseph, saloon, cor. Cass and Jef- 
ferson ave. 
Rasch & Bernart (August Rasch and Wil- 
liam Bernart), merchant tailors, 245 Jef- 

leiSDn ave. 
Rath bone, Wm. P., real estate agent, 44 

Griswold. 



Rath. Nicholas, clothes cleaner. 97 Bates. 

Rauss. J. & B., meat market, 118 RandolplL 

Raymond, Franels, aUtioner aad 
bookseller, 180 Jeflerson ave. 

Raymond, Jamee F., photographer, 205 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Reath, Thomas S., saloon, 18 Woodward 
ave. 

Reaume, Robert, wood dealer, 810 Atwater. 

Redmond, Nathaniel H., lawyer, 15 Boton- 
da, Griswold. 

Reed, T. 8.. physician, 180 Jeflerson ave. 

lieeves & Quinby, butchers. City Hall mar- 
ket. 

Rehm & Bro., meat market. 211 Fort w. 

Rcichle, Ferdinand, carriage manufacturer, 
cor. Randolph and Franklin. 

Reilly, Bernard S., physician, 188 Michigan 
ave. 

Reis, Charles W., hotel, Milwaukee Ex- 
change. 115 Atwater. 

Reis, Jacob, tanner, 247 Catharine. 

Remick, Royal C, lumber merchant. Merrill 
block. 

Remington, Edward L., broom manufactur- 
er, 61 Grand River. 

Remington, W., baker, 67 Grand River. 

Remand, George, grocer, 127 Grand River. 

Rennie, J no. J., auction and oommisBion, 
208 Jefferson ave. 

Rennold, Whitney, cooper, 65 Fort e. 

Rentz, & Caverlv (Theodore RenU and 
William Caverly), flour and feed, 148 
Grand River. 

Renz, Henry, tanner, 324 Gratiot. 

Keu8ch, Christian, grocer. 112 Catharine. 

Rhaser, Julius, cigar maker, 72 Gratiot. 

Rheiner, William, gimsmith, 68 Randolph. 

Rhode & Bretz (Joseph Rhode and Anthonj 
Bretz), grocers, etc., 155 Gratiot. 

Rice, DeloH E., founder and machinist, 161 
Atwater. 

Rice, I-K)ui8 grocer, 59 Beaubien. 

Rico, Preston, saloon. 28 Griswold. 

RICE. R. N., General Sui>erintendent Mich- 
igan C'entral Railroad, office at depot. 

Rico. George & Co. (George Rice and Wil- 
liam J. Fowler), boots and shoes, 263 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Rice Brothers (John D. and Cyrus B.). gro- 
cers, 58 Michigan ave. 

Richards, John D., barber, basement, 50 
Griswold. 

Richardson. David M., match factory. Eighth 
near Fort. 

RIchmoiidfi A Backus (A. Richmond, 
U. Backus and B. B. Richmond), book- 
B<5llorH, stationers and blank book manu- 
facturtTs, 185 Jefferson ave. 

Riechenback, (ioorge, butcher, 186 Macomb. 

Richmond, Chnpm & Co., Phoenix Oil 
Works, 58 JeffiTson ave. 

Rickel. Henrj', gn)cer, 2G8 Croghan. 

Rider A Stehfent, oysters, confection- 
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jhn, plumber and gas fitter, 66 
I. 

Claude W., lawyer, 7 Rotunda, 
rederick, saloon and brewery, 867 
toine. 

Wipfler, groceries, cor. Adams ave. 
•and River. 

'homas, undertaker, 83 Randolph, 
dichael, grocer, 148 Prospect. 
Eliphalet L., physician, 71 Har- 
ve. 

James, grocer, 91 Gratiot. 
& Hanley, ornamental plasterers, 
imbia. 

n, C. W., physician, 486 Sixth, 
n, James, grocer, 320 Grand River. 
I. Henry S., cigar box manufacturer, 
ush and Wood bridge. 
Hon A BrookA (George O. Rob- 
and David W. Brooks), lawyers, 
QTerson ave. 

I. W. I). & Co. (W. D. Robinson, 
Robinson, and Underwood, Coch- 
t Co., Boston), boots and shoes, 
lale, 48 and 50 V^ oodbridge. 
I & Laml)crt. liquors, wholesale, 19 
Jefferson ave. 

Hoel J., agent Northern Transpor- 
Company, dock foot of Randolph. 
Brothers, dry goods, 118 Wood- 
.ve. 

Anton, crockery, 202 Randolph. 
, ROBERT J. F., jeweler, 73 Wood- 
ve, 

iunthepr, meat market, 156 Orleans, 
lentine. saloon, 113 St. Jjawrence. 
ibenezer H., lawyer, cor. Jefferson 
id Griswold. 

lUgustus, hardware, 14 Monroe ave. 
lonzo. livery and sale stable, 13 
Monroe ave. 

;n, Frederick, hair jewelry, 204 Jef- 
ave. 
Theodore, lawyer, 127 Jefferson 

rger, Frederick A., shoe maker, 102 

an ave. 

d, Theodore, druggist, 143 Gratiot. 

Barbour (Charles Root, F^iwin S. 

irand Marshal Jewell), wholesale 

ods, 46 Woodward ave. 

J. C. & BROTHER (Levi C. and 

)hy8ician«, 1 Fisher block. 

'ger, Mathias, clothing. 140 Grand 

rg. Samuel, jewelry, 29 Michigan 

d, I. & Bros. (Isaac. Reuben and 
. tobacconists, 105 Jefferson ave. 
'rancis E., grocer, cor. Croghan and 

A. & Co. (Daniel Ross, J. Oakes and 
Littlefield), lumber merchants, cor. 
. and Atwater. 

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ROTHSCHILD & BROTHER (Siegmond 
and Feist), manufacturers of cigars and 
importers of Meershaum and fancy goods, 
281 Jefferson ave. 

Rowland, Richard, grocer, 282 Woodward 
ave. 

Rowley, Edwin W., fhmlture, 196 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Rowley, Harvey E., auctioneer, 196 Wood- 
ward ave. 

ROWLEY, N.B.& SON 

(Norton B. and Morris N.), agents for 
Buffalo scale works, 2 Wood bridge e. 

Roys, James A., news dealer, bookseller and 
stationer, 57 Griswold. 

Ruby, Harris, grocer, cor. St. Antoine and 
Franklin. 

Rucker & Morsan (Albert R. Ruckerand 
William A. Morgan), boots and shoes, 91 
Woodward ave. 

Rudolph, Benjamin, physician, 144 Ran- 
dolph. 

Rul)ellman, Elias, brewer, 262 Russell. 

Ruehle, George, grocery, 70 Russell. 

Ruehle, Gottleib, meat market, 190 Rivard. 

Ruoff, Augustus, brewery, 801 Gratiot. 

Ruoff, Charles, saloon, 262 Jefferson ave. 

Russell, Alfred, U. S. District Attorney, 
office over Postofflce. 

Russell House, Witbeck & Cliittenden, 
nropr's. Woodward ave., fronting C«mpu8 
Martins. 

Ryan, Charles, tailor, 123 Jefferson ave. 

Ryan, William, grocer, cor. Sixth and Beech. 

Ryan, M. & M. J., wood dealers, foot of 
Rivard. 

Sabine, Alfred, harness maker, 118 Grand 
River. 

Sabine, John C, harness maker. 111 Gris- 
wold. 

Saegar, Anton, tailor, 50 Fort e. 

SAFFORD, CHARLES E., Secretary Pe- 
ninsular Insurance Company, 80 Griswold. 

Safford. Charles H., propr. Commercial Mills, 
cor. Randolph and Woodbridge. 

Sales, William & Co. (WillUm Sales and 
Michael Roney), hardware, 18 Michigan 
ave. 

Solomon, Edward, worsteds, embroideries, 
etc., 244 Jefferson ave. 

Salter, Charles H., grocer, 244 Fort w. 

Sanders, Moses, saloon, 1(^6 Atwater. 

Sanders & Dreher, groci»rs, 222 Gratiot. 

Sanford, Thomas, insurance agent, 126 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Sanftleben, Charles, grocer, 420 St. Antoine. 

Sartwell, George B., cashier American Na- 
tional Bank. 

Sauer, Nicholas, shoe shop, 522 Gratiot. 

Saunders, James, physician, 171 Second. 

Saxby, William & Co. (William Saxby, 
and George C. Wetherbee), wooden and 
willow ware, 52 Woodbridge e. 
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Scerl, Gottlelb, shoemaker, 67 Larned e. 
• Schafer & Brother (Anton and John), black- 
smiths and wagon makers, 60 Lamed w. 

Schaffer. Anthony, plumber, 297 Hastings. 

Schaeffer, Henry, Canadian Home aotel, 
162 Woodbridg«. 

Schans, Michael, shoe maker, 24 Centre. 

Schclbe, Augofltus, grocer, 417 Grand River, 

Scheror. Dr. J. C, druggist, 89 Michigan 
Grand avd. 

Scherer, J. & A. (John and Adam), tanners, 
186 Catherine. 

Schiffer, Peter, shoemaker, 79 Croghan. 

Schimer, Albert, grocer, 129 Gratiot, 

Schle»inger, Emanuel, liquor dealer, cor. 
Hastings *lid High. 

Schlesinger, Wolf, grocer, 82 Fort e. 

Schlit, Conrad, grocer, 29 Croghan. 

SGHLOSS & BROTHER 

(Emanuel and Seligman). clothing manu- 
facturers and dealers, 180 Jeffersrm ave. 

Schmemann, Carl, notary public, Seitz block. 

Schmid; Henry, shoemaker, 220 Clinton. 

Schmidt, Casper, meat market, 819 Clinton. 

Schmidt, Frawgott, tannery, 58 Croghan. 

Schmidt, Frederick, meat market, 108 Cath- 
erine. 

Schmid, William, physician, 208 Gratiot. 

Schmidt. William T., grocer, 290 Gratiot. 

Schmitt, John, grocery, 85 Michigan Grand 
ave. 

Schmittdiel & Wiebor (A. Henry Schmitt- 
diel and Henry Wieber), boots and shoes, 
220 Jefferson ave. 

Schmock & Co., cari>et weavers, 47 Fort o. 

Schneider, Joseph A , cooper, 77 Mullett. 

Schneider, Stephen, lumber yard, Grand 
River. 

SCHOBER & BRO. (Frederick A. and Emil). 
printers, Larned, between Woodward ave. 
and Bates. 

ScholeS; Richard G., shoemaker, 108 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Scholes, William, shoemaker, 107 Jefferson 
ave. 

Schoolcraft, Abram, fruits, 90 Grand River. 

Schroder, Henry J. C, clothing, 26 Monroe 
ave. 

Schroeder, Charles, grocer. 246 Beaubien. 

Schroeder, Edward, drug store, 298 Gratiot. 

§ehulenberg.C. &Co. (Charles Schn- 
lenbcrg and Adolph Zeller), billiard table 
manufactory, 52 and 54 Shelby. 

Schuler, Oeorye. watches and jewelry, 
wholesiale and retail, 160 Jefferson ave. 

Schulte, Anthony, grocer, 88 Macomb. 

Schulte, Casper, physician, 65 Gratiot. 

Schulte, Peter, grocer, 198 Macomb. 

Schulte Brothers (Anthony k Caspar), man- 
uiactnrers of potash, River Front, bet. 
Porter and Brevort. 

Schultheis, William, marble works 29 and 
81 Michigan Grand ave. 



Schnlxe, Frederick, gvooer. 289 Orieans. 
Schumacher, Martin, grocer, 804 Mayoomb. 
Schnrz, Carl, editor in chief Daily PosL 
Schwartz, Cliaries, Unej goods, 50 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Schwartz, Samuel, fancy goods, 196 Jeflbnon 

ave. 
Schweikart, Walter, stone catter, oor. Coit- 

gress and Elm wood. 
Scnweizer Brothers (August and David), 

soap and candle works, 186 Oatherine. 
Scofield, Joeeph, barber, Biddle House. 
Scott, J. B., snip broker, 4 Wood^nnard aire. 
Scott, Vincent J., banker, 159 Jeflbrson ave. 
Scott ft Buchan (W. H. Scott and George 

Buchan). produce dealers, 887 QnM 

River. 
Scott & Co. (Thomas G. Soott and Robert 

Meginnity), soap and candle works, oor. 

Hastings and Hbrh. 
Scotten & Lovett (Daniel Sootten and Wil- 
liam E. Lovett), tobacco mannfitctorr, 

104, 106, 108 and 110 Randolph. 
Scovel, John B., physician, 208 JeBermm ave. 
Scripps, William A., managing editor of 

Advertiser and Tribone. 
Scranton. Washington C, dry goods^ 185 

Woodward ave. 
Scully, Henry, grocer, 288 BCichigan ave. 
Sealy, Henry A., butcher. 65 Grand River. 
Sears, William H., brick yard, office, cor. 

Michigan ave. and Griswold. 
Seaton & Ritchie (Robert Beaton and 

Thomas Ritchie), builders, oor. Ct^m and 

Spencer. 
Sccomb, John L., general tg^nt of Common 

Sense sewing macliine, 152 Woodward 

ave. 
Second National Bank, s. W. cor. Woodward 

and Jefferscm aves. 
Seelcy, John, furniture and dty pawn- 
broker. 182 Griswold. 
Seelev, James M., manufacturer of perfumes 

and extracts, 265 Woodward ave. 
Soger, Miss Mary, thread and needle store, 

77 Larned. 
Seilhumer, Valentine, boot and shoe maker, 

195 Aiwater. 
Seitz, F. L. & Co. (Henry and Frederick LX 

banking and exchange office, 58 Qriswold. 
Sempliner, A. W. & Co. (Adolph W. Semp- 

linor and Alexander Black), hoop skirts 

and corsets, 208 Jefferson ave. 

SHAW, WILLIAM S., 

Merchant tailor, 80 Griswold. 
SHAW & HOUcmTON (Samuel Shaw and 

Jacob Houghton), edge tool manu&ctarers, 

27, 29 and 31 Brush, cor. Woodbridge. 
I»haw, W. H. A Bro. (William H. and 

Alfred W.), wholesale Yankee notions, 162 

Jefferson ave. 
Shay, George, botanic physician, 15 Con* 

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Shear, Harmon, refreshment saloon, Cen- 
tral Railroad depot. 

Sheeran, Thomas, billiard room, 85 Michi- 
gan aye. 

Shefierlj, John B., crockery and glassware, 
138 Woodward ave. 

Sheldon, G. T. laVyer, 42 Rotunda. 

SHELDEN, ALLAN & GO. 

(Allan Sheldon, James L. Edson, George 
F. Moore and Z. Chandler), wholesale dry 
goods, 21 and 28 Woodward ave. 

Sheldon, Charles A., commission merchant, 
foot Second. 

Sherman, L. Albert, editor Daily Post. 

Shevlien, Michael, grocer, cor, Michigan 
and Lasalle aves. 

Shnlte & Bro. (John and Joseph), soap and 
bird oil, 186 Franklin. 

Sibley, Fred. B., lime and stone dealer, 292 
Atwater. 

Sickle, Frieda, milliner, 15 Fort east. 

Sickler, Benjamin E., druggist, 162 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Silberman, Jacob, cigar manufacturer, 222 
JeSerson ave. 

Silk, Walter, grocer, 141 Michigan ave. 

Simmons, Solomon, clothier, 139 Jefferson. 

Simmons ft Clongh, organ and melodeon 
manufiicturers, 168 Woodward ave. 

Simon, Peter H., cooper, 256 Michigan ave. 

SINQER 

SEWING MACHINE CO., 60 Woodward 
ave., William E. Cooi)er. agent. 

Sittig, Judah. millinery and fancy goods, 
cor. Woodward ave. and State. 

Siveke, Louis, tobacco and cigars, 66 Mon- 
roe ave. 

Made Sc Sinclair (Ira Slade and Alex- 
ander Sinclair), produce and commission 
merchants, 180 Woodward ave. 

Slater, James, printer, 36 Lamed west. 

Slocam & Thompson (George Slocum and 
Sean P. Thompson), banking and ex- 
change office, 53 Griswold. 

Sloman k Co. (Mark Sloman and Adolph 
Barlow), liquor dealers. 41 Michigan ave. 

Smit, H. M., clothing, 195 Jefferson ave. 

Smit, Joseph M., second hand clothing, 114 
Michigan ave. 

Smit, Louis M., clothing, 15 Michigan Grand 
ave. 

Smith, Adelbert E., agent Merchants' Dis- 
patch, 36 Griswold. 

Smith, Ann, grocery, 366 St. Antoine. 

Smith, Benjamin F., jr., alabaster works. 

Smith, Charles, grocer, 29 Prospect. 

Smith & Cook, stone yard, Woodbridge. 

Smith, Dewitt C, commission merchant, 24 
Woodbridge east. 

Smith, E. Bumham, bookseller, 116 Wood- 
ward ave. 

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Smith, Eugene T., druggist and grocer, 158 

Grand River. 
Smith, Frank, grocer, cor. Hastings and 

Bronson. 
SMITH, GEORGE B., alabaster works, 

adjoininff M. C. R. R. depot. 
Smith, H. E., physician, 179 Woodward ave. 
Smith, Henry, commission merchants, foot 

Shelby. 
Smith, Henry, saloon, 121 Michigan ave. 
Smith. Henry, agent for Gov. M. H. Crapo, 

lumber, 237 Atwater. 
Smith, Hosea A., physician, 59 Congress. 
Smith, John, wagon maker, Michigan ave. 
Smith, John, physician, 174 Catherine. 
Smith, John B., architect. 15 Merrill block. 
Smith, Joseph, grocer, 290^ Grand River. 
SMITH, RALPH C, real estate agent, But- 
ler's block, opposite post office. 
Smith, Richara M., Indian agent, 2 old Gdd 

Fellows' Hall. 
Smith, Rollin C, general insurance agent, 

45 Griswold. 
Smith, Samuel, sign painter, 79 Jefferson 

ave. 
Smith. Samuel, vegetable dealer, 117 Grand 

River. 
Smith, Seth, grocer, 368 Grand River road. 
Smith, Sheldon & Son, architects, 8 new 

Arcade building. 

SMITH, STEPHEN, 

Boots and shoes, 76 Woodward ave. 
SMITH, WILLIAM, marine meat market, 
cor. Jefferson ave. and First. 

SMITH, M. S. & GO. 

(Martin S., Frank G. and Edward J.), 
dealers in jewelry, etc., 51 Woodward ave. 
and 169 Jefferson ave. 

(Smith A DoollUle (Elijah Smith, 
Georg^e E. Doolittle and Smith R. Wool- 
ley), importers and wholesale dealers in 
liquors, 16 Woodward ave. 

SMITH, DICKINSON & CO., cider, malt and 
white wine vinegar, 16 Woodward ave. 

Snow & Bamum (William Snow and E. T. 
Barnum), Detroit wire works and hard- 
ware, 102 Woodward ave. 

Snyder & Freeman (Peter Snyder and G. L. 
Freeman), billiard room, 156 Woodward 
ave. 

Solomon, Edmund, worsted goods, 244 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

Solomon, Harris, clothing, 22 Monroe. 

Sommer, Joseph, saloon, 141 Gratiot. 

Sommer, J.C, confectioner, 271 Jefferson 
ave. 

Soper, John W., dentist, 205 Michigan ave. 

Souza & Hill (Theodore Souza and Edward 
Hill), importers of liquors, foot of First. 

Spanger, Francis, physician, 36 Monroe ave. 

Sparks, George W., roofing, 19 Lamed west. 

Speed, John J., lawyer, 124 Jefferson ave. 
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Spellman. Heimann, second hand clothing, 

81 Michigan ave. 
Spence & Supple (Thomas R Spence and 

William K. Supple), druggists, 269 Jeifer 

son avo. 
Spence, T. R., drug*, 164 Woodward ave. 
Sperry, E. M., gnxier, 309 Woodward ave. 
Spiegol, Ernst, grocer, 90 Russell. 
Spinninti^, James B., secretary Daily Union. 
Spinnlein, Adam, grocer, cor. Hastings and 

Calhoun. 
Spitzlei, John B., butcher, 80 Croghan. 
Spranger. F. X., homcBopathic physician, 

86 Monroe ave. 
Sprague, George W., general merchant, cor. 

Woodward ave. ana Columbia. 
Sprague & Famsworth, Board of Trade 

business college. 
Springman & Schulte, tailors, 54 Monroe 

ave. 
Staats, Henry, wagon maker, 295 Hastings. 
Stadlcr, Christopher, saloon, 48 Shelby. 
Staram, Benjamin F., grocer}', 193 Second. 
Standart & Bro. (George G. and Joseph G.) 

hardware, 81 VVondward ave. 
Stanley, John M., artist, 133 Jefferson ave. 
Stansill. Hiram, fruit and produce dealer, 

49 Michigan Grand ave. 
Stanttm &Rublemann (Joseph Stanton and 

Charles Rubelmann), trunk manufacturers 

186 Jeffers<m ave. 

STAPLES, L. J. & CO. 

(L. J. Staples and Cereno W. Inslee). 

wholesale grocers, 7 and 9 Woodward ave. 
Stark, Jacob, saloon, 175 Columbia east. 
Stark, Robert, barber, 105 Grand River. 
Staser, Jacob, meat market, cor. Michigan 

ave. and Thompson. 
Steadley, John, saloon, 400 Woodbridge 

west. 
Stearns, Frederick, druggist, 71 Woodward 

ave. 
Stearns & Wallace (Charles W. Steams and 

James Wallace), Star scythe and grind- 
stone works, Atwater. 
Stebbeus, Nehemiah, physician, 26 Congress 

west. 
Steckel, Adrian, agent N. Y. fire brick manu 

facturing com])any, 33 Atwater. 
Stoekel, George L. R., Catholic book-store 

and notary public, 426 Gratiot. 
Stevens, Sears, lawyer, 21 Rotunda. 
Stenton, G )dfrey, meat and poultry market. 

655 Jefferson ave. 
Stenton, John, grocer, cor. Jefferson ave. and 

Rivard. 
Stevens, W. F., grocer. 112 Lafayette west. 

STEPHENS, JOHN & CO. 

(John Stephens, W. J. Stephens and James 
Moore), wholesale grocers, 27, 29 and 31, 
Woodward ave. 



Stephenson. James, bonnet bleacher, 258 
Jefferson ave. 

Stem, Abraham, dry goods, 188 Gntioi. 

Stevens, Almon, farniture, 57 Michigmn are. 

Stevens, Anton, dyer, 140 Fort east. 

Stevens, John, undertaker, Adelaide. 

Stevens, Joseph, fork and hoe maker, shop 
river front, foot ot Wine. 

Stevens. Marcus, furniture warehouae, 148 
Woodward ave. 

Stevens & Liggett (Charles G. Stevens and 
John T. Liggett), insurance a^«nte» Mer- 
rill block. 

Stevenson, Isaiah, cigar dealer, 106 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Stevenson. Robert, cigar manufactarer, 105 
Woodward ave. upi-stairs. 

Stewart, Alexander, Indian herb doctor, 40 
Clinton. 

Stewart. James, plumber, 52 Brush. 

Stewart. John, commission merchant, dock 
foot Bates. 

Stewart, John, barber and tumishing goods, 
262 Brush. 

Stewart, Morse, physician. 96 Congress. 

STEWART. WILLIAM, commercial and 
ship broker, foot Woodward ave. 

Stewart. W. W., boots and shoes, 105 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Stickle and Henkle, tailoring and cleaning, 
188 Woodward avo. 

Steigniaier, Frank, brewery, 827 Hastings. 

Stillwill, Smith, saloon. 197 Atwater. 

Stimson, Benjamin G., vessel owner, office 
2 Board ot Trade building. 

Stocker, Adam, butcher, 4« Gratiot. 

Stokes, Caroline, grocery, cor. Lafayette and 
Dubois. 

Stokes, Frederick A., liquors, 18 Jefferson 
ave. 

Stone, Benjamin, physician, 820 Gratiot. 

Stone, Jane E., variety store, 820 Gratiot 

Stone, William, saloon, 101 Atwater. 

STONE & GOODWIN, tanners, 549 Wxxid- 
bridge west. 

Strasburg, W., Hotel fltrasburg. 26 Bates. * 

Stratton & Pratt, boiler makers, cor. Eighth 
and Woodbridge. 

Stridiron, James S., secretary Fort Street 
Elmwood Railway, 4 Butler's Block. 

STRIDIRON & WILLIAMS (William Strid- 
iron and Thomas S. Williams), commis- 
sion merchants and dealers in leather, 
hides and oils. 24 Woodbridge west. 

Stroh, Bernhardt, brewery, 57 Catharine. 

STROHAKER, L. A., propr. City Hotel, cor. 
Atwater and Brush. 

Strohmer, John, tanner, cor. Lasalle and 
Michi^n ave. 

Strong, John, furniture, Beacon. 

STRONG & LINDSAY 

(John W. Strong and Archibald G. Lind- 
say), insurance ugeuts, 113 Jefferson ave. 



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Strabel, Christian D., hardware, 265 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Stonenegger, G., saloon, 83 Monroe ave. 

Sullivan, A. P., boots and shoes, 200 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Sullivan, Mrs. C, ijrrocerj, 46 Jjamed west. 

Sullivan, John J., tinsmith. 47 Jeffenton ave. 

Sullivan, Mary, grocery, 274 Michigan ave. 

Sullivan, Thomas J. & (^., vei^etable mar- 
ket, cor. First and Woodbridige. 

Sullivan. William H., vegetable market. 138 
and 135 Woodbridge. 

Suppus, Henry, saloon. 478 Gratiot. 

Sutherland. George W., grocery, cor. Michi- 
gan avH. and Randolnh. 

Sutherland, James, undertaker, 91 Gratiot. 

Sutter Brothers (Adolph. Louis and Jacjb), 
tobacco and cigars, 177 Jefferson ave, and 
1 Campus Martins, cor. Woodward. 

Sutton, Benjamin F., machinist, 230 Trow- 
bridge west. 

Sutton, James W., tubs, pails and churns, 
868 Fort west. 

SUTTON, MOSES, photograph materials, 
207 Jefferson ave. 

Swartz, John, grocer, cor. St. Aubin and 
Gratiot. 

Sweeney & Hayes (Bryan Sweeney and John 
Hayes), furniture. 24 Michigan ave. 

Swift. Edward Y., lawyer, old Odd Fellows* 
Hall. 

Swift, George S., lawyer and recorder, 10 
Rotunda. 

SWIFT. H. F. & BROTHER (Henry F. and 
F. W.), drugs, wholesale and retail, 104 
Woodward ave. 

Swin, David, physician, Michigan ave. 

Taff, Samuel S., block and puiup maker, 19 
(^riswold. 

Taft, Stephen, produce and commission, 155 
Woodward ave. 

Tallman. Joseph, saloon, 271 T^afayotte east. 

Tapcan, Henry, Ifankee notions, 83 Clintcm 
ave. 

Tapert, Henry, meat market, 295 Riopelio.. 

Tate, William, wig maker. 240 Jefferson ave. 

Taufkirch, L. £., Kossuth House, 159 LanKxi. 

Tavler & Tegeler (Robert J. Tayler and 
Charles Tegeler), sash and blinks, cor. 
Michigan ave. and Shelby. 

Taylor, Andrew, blacksmith, Woodbridge. 

Taylor & Hartwell (Elisha Taylor and 
Thomas H. Hartwell), attorneys, 156 Jef 
ferson ave. 

Tavlor, J. &C., grocers. 86 Grand River. 

TEFFT,W.H.&CO. 

(W. H. Teffl, W. P. Kellogg and S. R. 
Casev), stoves and hardware, 44 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Teitz, George, shoemaker, 408 Macomb.- 
Terry, Knight C, grocer, 217 Woodward ave. 
Teuton, R. C. & Co., grocers and vegetable 
dealers, 58 Front. 

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Theile. August, grocer, cor. Croghan and 
Hastings. 

Thomas. Alfred, saloon. 153 Woodward ave. 

Thomas, John S., carpenter, rear of Post 
Office. 

Thompson, Bradley H., livery stable, Wood- 
bridge. 

Thompson, Francis F., manufacturer drain 
pipe. Woodward ave. 

Thompson, James S., barber, 205 Michigan 
ave. 

Thompson, Jonathan, lawyer, 194 Jefferson 
ave. 

Thompson, William H.. business manager 
Detroit Daily Union. 17 Larned west. 

Thorn, John J., physician, 56 Elizabeth east. 

Tbroop, Wllllaiii A. A Co. (William 
A. Throop and Gove Porter), law book 

sellers and stationers. 78 Griswold. 

Tillman, J. W. A €o. (James W. and 
William Tillman, Charles E. Silsbee and 
' Amos K. Wetmore), wholesale and retail 
furniture. 144 Jefferson ave. 

Tillo8t«)n. Whiting A., fur dealer, 148 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Tinker, L. W. & Co. (Lowell W. Tinker and 
Dyer Foot), wholesale grocers, cor. At- 
water and Bates. 

Tobin, William, gunsmith, 13 Congress. 

Toepel, J. H.. hardware. 76 Gratiot. 

Toohey, Peter, saloon, 187 Michigan ave. 

Torronce, Alex., grocer, 221 Michigan ave. 

Trager, I., hoop skirt and corset maker, 79 
VVoodward ave. 

Traub Brothers (John F. and Chris, 
tian M.), platers and jewelers, 206 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Travers. John C, physician, Adams ave. 

Tromont House. David C. Goodale, propr., 
cor. Randolph and Jefferson ave. 

Tresher, F., tailor, 102 Jefferson ave. 

Troaster, John, grocer. 282 Franklin. 

Trounstine, M. & Co., clothing, 180 Jefferson 
ave. 

Trowbridge, John & Brothers (John, Levis, 
Hubbard and Smith), lumber merchants, 
284 Atwater. 

TROWBRIDGE. WILCOX & CO. (Edmund 
Trowbridge. Orville Wilcox and Charles 
A. Trowbridge), ship chandlers. Custom 
House Block, dock first door east of Wood- 
ward ave. 

Tryon. Charles, lawyer, 58 Griswold. 

Tunis, Xisbett & Firman, publishers Mer- 
chants' In lex, 153 Jefferson ave. 

TUNIS, WILLIAM E.. stationer, newjf 
dealer and printer, 153 Jefferson ave. 

Tuppor, L'j Roy, cooper shop, 385 Gratiot. 

Turner, Charles D., Jr., fruit dealer, 58 
Griswold. 

Turner, Robert, sash and blinds, 9 Grand 
River. 

Turner, Robert S., physician, 896 Jefferson 

ave. 
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Tamer, Horace & Co. (Horace Tamer and 
David Satherland), spoke factory, foot St. 
Aabin ave. 

Tyler & Co. (M. G. and John), ffrocers, oor, 
Randolph and Michigan Grand ave. 

TYRREL & BROTHER (Aaron W. and 
David W.), propr. Cass Hotel, cor. Wood- 
brid«re and Third. 

Ulrich, Joseph, liats, caps and fars, 202 Jef- 
ferson ave. 

UNION PRINTING CO., pablishers of De- 
troit Daily Union 17 Lamed west. 

United States Assessors' Office, 113 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

United States Coart Room, P. O. Building. 

United States Express Co., Rotunda 
Building, 52 Griswold. 

United States Intemal Revenue Collector, 
126 Jefferson ave. 

United States Land Office, 127 Jefferson ave. 

United Strtes Lake Survey, cor. Grand River 
and Park Place. 

United States Marine Hospital, Thos. Hurst, 
superintendent, Jefferson ave. 

United States Mustering and Disbursing 
Office, 307 Jefferson ave. 

Vanantwerp, F. & C, blacksmiths, 318 Rio- 
pelle. 

Van Baalan, Abraham E., clothing, 40 
Michigan ave. 

Van Baalan, Emanuel, clothing, 16 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Van Baalan, E. k Brother, clothing, 14 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Van Baalan, Israel, clothing, 10 Michigan 
ave. 

Van Baalan, William, clothing, 233 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Tan Buren A (Smith (J. Van Buren 
and D. C. Smith), general insurance and 
real estate agents, 22 Larned w. 

Van Buren & smith, produce and commis- 
sion merchants, 27 Shelby. 

Van Cleves & Matthews (William H. and Al- 
fred A. Van Cleve, and Marcus J. Mat- 
thews), wholesale paper, 811 Jefferson ave. 

Vandamme & Kaiser (Felix Vandamme and 
Charles Kaiser), furniture, wholesale and 
retail, 44 Monroe ave. 

Vandenboucke, David, grocer and cooper, 
809 Fort east. 

Tan Dusen Sc Hooghton (Charles H. 
Van Dusen and Alexander Houghton), 
photographers, 20 Merrill Block. 

Van Dyke & McNeil (Philip J. Van Dyke 
and Hal. E. McNeil), lawyers, 38 Larned 
west. 

Van Dyke, George W. & Co. (George W. 
Van Dyke and James Hartness), soap and 
candle works, 166 Franklin. 

Van Husan, Caleb, President Detroit Fire 
and Marine Insurance Co., 124 Jefferson 
ave. 



Van Monrick, P. ft Bro. (Peter and Coiim- 
lius), dry goods, 158 WoodwaTd ave. 

Van Norman, J. M., phyaidan, 66 Randolpli. 

Van Raalte, James, cigars^ 65 Michlgaa ave. 

Van Valkenburg, Charles, meat market. 54 
Michigan Grand ave. 

Vazair, Felix, phyncian, 130 Jeffereon ave. 

Vellger, Charles, lager beer brewery and 
saloon, 130 High east. 

Ven Hergrin, Mrs. G. E., Becond-hand doUi- 
ing store. 80 Fort east. 

Venn, Thomas, butcher, 278 Jeflferaon ave. 

Veragot, Mary, milliner, 66 Gratiot. 

Verdon. Lawrence, land agent, oor. Michi- 
gan ave. and Griswold. 

Vermeulen, Mary, grocery, Chene, bet Coih 
gress and Fort. 

¥emor« Benjamin, general insiiiaDce 

agent, 45 Griswold. 
Vemor & L'Hommedieu (James Vemorand 

Charles L'Hommedieu), drugs, retail, 219 

Woodward ave. 
Vhay, James H., fruit, 75 Michigan ave. 
Vieth, Charles, grocery, 255 Oratiot. 
Viger & Brother (Alexander E. and BnaX 

coal and iron, foot Randolph. 
Vinton, Warren G., builder, 145 Caae. 
Virtue & Yorston, publishers, 11 Fisher*! 

block. 
Voelkel, Joseph, brewer. 42 Maple. 
Vogel, Henry E., saloon, 48 Monroe ave. 
Voght, William, shoemaker, 27 Rivard. 
Voigt, W., butcher, cor. Fort and St. An- 

bin ave. 

Voight, , brewery, Cherry. 

Vonderheyde & Weber (H. Vonderheyde 

and Joseph Weber), boots and shoes, 51 

Michigan Grand ave. 
Voorhees, P. & Co. (Peter Voorhees and 

Theodore P. Hall), produce and oommiB- 

sion merchants, 37 Atwater e. 
Waelde, Charles F., shoemaker, 190 Gratiot. 
Wagelier, Charles, silversmith, 160 Jeffer- 
son ave. 
Wagg, David, candy store, 186 Woodward 

ave. 
Wagner, A. & J. (August and John), fiimi- 

niture, 5G Monroe ave. 
Wagner, Laing & Cain, machinists and 

blacksmiths, cor. Franklin and St. An- 

toine. 
Walje, William, shoemaker, 102 Jefferson 

ave. 
Walker, Ansel W., carpenter, Mayburyave. 
Walker, Charles I., attorney, over Preston's 

bank. 
Walker, H. T., physician, 28 Grand River. 
Walker & Kent (Edward C. Walker and 

Charles A. Kent), lawyers, cor. Woodward 

ave. and Larned. 
Walker & Son (Thomas and James), steam- 
boat and shtpsmiths, cor. Orleans and 

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Wallace. E. D., drags and tUtionery, 178 

Woodward ave. 
Wallace, Robert H., produce and commiB- 

aion, 7 RosseU House block. 
IPITallace, C W. A Co.. bankers, cor. 

Jefferson ave. and Oris wold. 
Walmslej, James, millinery, 109 Jefferson 

ave. 
Walsh, Patrick J., watches and jewelry, 

122 Woodward ave. 
Walsh, William, grocer, cor. Sixth and Por- 
ter. 
Walton, Joseph B., civil engineer, Butler's 

block. 
Waltz, D. Frederick, hotel, 822 Gratiot. 
Wambecq & Anderson (Joseph Wambecq 

and James Anderson), marble works, 173 

Gratiot. 

WANLESS, A., 

Book binder, 122 Jefferson ave. 

WARD, CU ARLES, manufacturing jeweler, 
139Griswold. 

Ward. Eber B., vessel owner, and treasurer 
of Wvandotte Rolling Mills Co. and Eu- 
reka Iron Co., dock foot of Wayne. 

Ward, E. B., forwarding and commission, 
agent for Toledo, River St. Clair and 
Lake Huron steamers, foot of Wayne. 

Ward, Michael, saloon, 200 Michigan ave. 

WARD & PALMER (John Ward and 
Ervin Palmer), lawyera, 6 and 7 Seitz 
block, Griswold. 

Wamcke, John, tannery, 854 Sixth. 

Warner. S. P. Sc Co., gloves and mit- 
tens, 8 Merrill block. 

Warren, Joseph, job printing, 51 Griswold. 

Warren, Hargreaves h Co., picture frames, 
mouldings, etc., 77 and 82 Trowbridge. 

Warriner, William E., lumber merchant, 
dock foot of Bates. 

Warshauer, Isaac, manufacturer of hats, 
caps and furs, 88 Michigan ave. 

Waterman, Joshua W., lawyer, Butler's 
building. 

WATERMAN. WILLIAM J., lawver and 
city real estate agent, Butler's building. 

Watkins, William F., confectioner, 55 
Brush. 

WATKINS & TURNER, pop com cakes, 
42 Woodward ave. 

WATKINS & WOLFF, (Aaron L. Watkins 
and L. Herman Wolff), trunk manufac- 
turers, 211 Jefferson ave. 

Watson, George, photographer, 185 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Watson. Horace C, soap and candle factory, 
Woodbridge. 

WATSON, SAMUEL C, druggist, cor. Jef- 
ferson ave. and Riopellc. 

Watts, Joseph J., grocer, w. s. Wing. 

WATTS & ALEXANDER BROTHERS 
(George Watts, George W. and Edward 
C. Alexander), tobacconists, 174 Wood- 
ward ave. 



Way, Harrison, builder, Farrar. 

H^ayne A, Robinson (James B. Wayne 
and Henry M. Robinson), machinists and 
iron founders, cor. Brush and Franklin. 

Webb, William, grocer, 154 Congress e. 

Webber, Austin B., tobacconist, 15 Jefferson 
ave. 

Weber, Frank, butfher, 157 Gratiot. 

Weber, Henry, furniture, etc., 129 
Woodward ave. and 27, 29 and 81 John R. 

Weber, J. F. & Co., lumber yard, 2 Maple. 

Webster & Castle, Venetian window sluules, 
203 Jefferson ave. 

Wehrle, Matthew, watch maker, 400 Gra-, 
tiot. 

Weiss & Buchheister, piano forte and music 
dealers, 66 Woodward ave. 

Weiss, F. & S. (Fanny and Samuel), dry 
goods and millinery, 110 Michigan ave. 

Weisenburg, J., saloon, 76 Woodbridfi^. 

Welch, Charles M., propr. Varieties theatre, 
Jefferson ave. 

Welch Sc Griflltlit, saw manufacturers, 
42 Woodbridge e. 

Wells. Jacob, stoves and tin, 204 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Wells, William P., lawyer, 9 Rotunda. 

WENDELL, EMORY, cashier First N*. 
tional Bank. 

Wendell & Jacobson (Moses Wendell and 
George C. Jacobson), jewelers, 117 Gris- 
wold. 

Wendt, John F. & Co. (John F. Wendt and 
Henry Thuemling), boots and shoes, 258 
Gratiot. 

Wenzell, Andrew, boots and shoes, 14 Mon- 
roe ave. 

Werner & Zittell (Henry Werner and 
George Zittell), ale brewers, w. s. Russell. 

Wert, Alois, tanner, 846 Orleans. 

Werthman. Anton, grocer, 287 Clinton. 

Wesson. W. B., real estate dealer, cor. Gris- 
wold and Congress. 

West Sc Comly (Augustus H. West and 
I^vid L. Comly), agents for Wheeler ft 
Wilson's sewing machines, 178 Jefferson 
ave. 

West, A, II. 6t Co., general agents 
Howe's sewing machines, 50 Woodward 
ave. 

Western Brewery, cor. Abbott and Seventh. 

Western Union Telegraph, office, 50 Gris- 
wold. 

WETMORE, F. & CO. 

(Frederick and Charles H.), crockery and 

glassware, 68 Woodward ave. 
Whalen, William, grocer, 253 Fifth. 
Whalen, William, grocer, 178 Michigan ave. 

Wheaton, Leonard & Burr 

(W. W. Wheaton, Theodore O. Leonard 
and Harvey W. Burr), wholesale grooen, 
14 Woodward ave. 



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WHEELER & WILSON 

Siiwlug Machine, West & Comly, agents, 

178 Jelforeon ave. 
Whitcomb, Ilcnry D., photographer, 129 

Jeffen»on ave. 
White >mb, Willinm, baker. 81 linmed e. 
W'liite, George, butcher, 48i{ Hastings. 
White, (Jeorge, plumber and gas fitter, 102 

Bates. 
White, James C, physician, 340 Fort e. 
White, S. Warner, 'secreUry Detroit Fire 

anl Marine insurance Company, 124 Jet- 

fers m ave. 
White. William, carpenter, 201 Second. 
Whiteford, Ricliard, physichin, 205 Jeffer- 

s:>n ave. 
Whitehill, William, wood turner, 00 Fort e. 
Whiting, John L., insurance and land agent, 

53 (irisw4)ld. 
Whiting, John T. & Co., steamboat agents 

and commission merchants, foot of First. 
Whitmore & Kelsey ((ieorge R. ^Vh^imore 

and W. A. Kelsoy), general agents Home 

Life Insurance I'ompany, office, over 

Second National Bank. 
Whitney, David J., lumber dealer, 5 Merrill 

block. 
Whitney, C. J. k Co., music publishers, 02 

Wcxxiward ave. 
Whitney &, Ch)., manufacturers of melodeon 

organs, 108 Woodward ave. 
Whiitemore, J. Henry, music and piano 

store, 179 Jefferson avo. 
W hit temore, Joseph P., lawyer, 12 Rotunda, 

Griswold. 
White, Louis, liorse shoer, Cass ave. 
Wieber, Peter, blacksmith, 295 Hastings. 
Wien, Jacob, shoemaker, 27 Bates. 
Wiggins, William A., blacking and extracts, 

188 Woodward ave. 
Wight. Alpheus, livery stable, 48 Michigan 

Grand a%*e. 
Wight, H. A. & S. G., saw mill and lumber 

yard, Atwatur, foot of Cam[)au. 
Wilcox, Eben N., lawyer. 2 Butler building. 
Wilcox, George A., lawyer, 4 Rotunda. 
WiLDE, MARTIN, saddles and harness. 

Michigan ave., opp. Biindbury's hotel. 
Wilder & Niles (John Wilder and George 

Niles), billiard hall, 110 Jefferson ave. 
Wildey, Ely W., physician. 130 Jefferson 

ave. 
Wildi. Jacob, physician, 203 Russell. 
Wilkie, Andrew, grocer, 141 Beaubien. 
Wilkie, Ddvid, tin smith. 205 Gratiot. 
Wllklim, Alvan, stock and note broker, 

24 Larned w. 
WILKINS, L., ink manufacturer, 52 Michi- 

Wo^n ave. 
ilklnson, Edwin, grocer, cor. Aubin and 
Lafayette. 
Wiikins(m, James, saloon, 171 Franklin. 
Wilkinson St Post (Albert H. Wilkinson 
and Hoyt Post), lawyers, 11 Rotunda. 



Wiilet, Michael, hardware, 105 Michigan 

avo. 
Williams, A., saloon, 188 Woodbridge. 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD, liTeiy stable. 

learned, near poet office. 
Williams, Julian, lawyer. 194 Jeflenon ave. 
Wijlinger. William, grocer, 885 Hastings. 
Willits. W. J., pattern maker. 5 Abbott. 
WILSON, ROBERT C. hair jeweliy and 

millinery, 108 Jefferson ave. 
Wilmot, VV.. resUurant, 248 Jeflbrson ave. 
WilKon. Daniel, grocer, cor. St. Antoioe and 

Ellxabeth. 
Wilson, Henry. iMker. 80 Grand Rirer. 
Wilson, John B., city foundry, eor. Randolph 

and Atwater. 
Wilson & Hunter (John Wilson and Wil- 
liam Hunter), merchant tailors, 7 Fort w. 
Wiltsie. Tunis B., produce dealer, 109 

Woodward ave. 
Wiuchell, Sarah B., milliner. 117 Fort e. 
Winckler, J. W., baker, 282 Jeffisrson are. 
Wineman, J. U., confectioner, 220 Jefferson 

ave. 
\Ving, David, photographer, 140 JdRsnon \ 

ave. 
Wing, Franklin M., grocer, 88 Con g r e s s e. 
Wingert, William, gunsmith, 10 Congmse. 
Wlniker, Wonderlin, tailor, 180 Wood- 

bridge e. 
Winter, George, hats and caps, 250 Jeffer- 
son ave. 
Winter, William, vinegar factory, 157 Ma- 

comb. 
Winz, John, tanner, cor. Macomb and Hast- 
ings. 
Wirfs, Micliael, variety store, 282 Gratiot. 
Withe, James, shoemaker, 362 Grand River 

road. 
Widioff, John, grocer, 105 Maple. 
Wittclsberger, Conrad, grocer, St. Clair. 
Wittelsberger, Frank, baker, 257 Michi- 
gan ave. 
Wittelsberger, Joseph, baker, 271 Hastings. 
Wolf, George, grocery, 847 Orleans. 
Wolff, Henry, trunk maker, 56 Jefferson 

ave. 
Wolfrnder, Frederick, bookstore, cor. Wood- 
ward ave. and Montcalm. 
Wol fender, Joseph B., show card writer, 8 

Fisher block. 
Wolhfurth, Gottlieb, St. Lawrence Hotel, 

cor. Randolph and Atwater. 
W()lv<jrton & Brady (George W. Wolvcrton 
and George N. Brady), insurance agents, 
Brady's diK-k, foot Woodward ave. 
Wood, Jackson B., produce broker, 5 Mon- 

rcKJ ave. 
WiKKihams & Houghtt-lin (Thomas Wood- 
hams and Jarvis w. Houghtelin) furniture 
works, 151 Rivard. 

WOODHULL, WM. S., 

Merchant tailor, 47 Griswcld. 



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Woodruff, C. P., hardware, 98 Woodward 

ave. 
Woolhouse, Henry, saloon, 84 Woodbrldge. 

WORCESTER, IRA, 

Agent Continental, Phenix, Columbia, 
Fulton, Harmony and New York Life In- 
surance Companies, 44 Qriswold. 

Woroester, Laibie & Standish, manufacturers 
white lead, zinc and colored paints ; ware- 
house, 14 Congress e. 

W^erkom, D. J.^ hats, caps and furnish- 
ing goods, 42 Woodward ave. 

Wormer, G. 8. & Son (Grover S. and Henry 
Q.), patent rights, 129 Jefferson ave. 

Wreford, William, butcher, 497 Jefferson 
ave. 

Wright, Henry, grocer, 355 Congress e. 

Wright, Hugh H., grocer, 18 Monroe ave. 

Wright, John, auction room, 18 Michigan 
ave. 

l¥rtglit, William A Co. (Wi'lliam 
Wright and William Reid) painters, pa- 
per hangers and dealers in wall paper, 
etc., 197 Jefferson ave. 

Wuerth, Aloys, leather, 158 St. Antoine. 

Wyandotte Rolling Mills, office foot Shelby. 
W. H. Zabriskie, secretary. 

Yamold, B. E., physician, 12 Fisher block. 

Yates, J. & Co., wholesale clothing, 166 Jef- 
ferson ave. 



Yentach, Herman, jeweler and lapidary, 178 
Woodward ave. 

Yoost, Peter, grocer, cor Second and Qrand 
River. ^ 

Young, Alfred, meat market, 113 Lamed w. 

Young, Bcnstcr & Co., Petroleum Stove Com- 
pany, 100 Bates. 

Young Men's Hall, 248 Jefferson ave. 

Youngblood, Nicolaus, dry goods and Yan- 
kee notions, 456 Gratiot. 

Youngblood & Brother(Peter and Bernard), 
grocers, 458 Gratiot. 

Yurgans, Frank, grocery, 506 Grotiot. 

Zabriskie. W. H„ Secretary Wyandotte Roll- 
ing Mills Company. Office foot Shelby. 

Zeisse, Dahlinger & Co., sash and blinds, 
Gratiot, bet. Hastings and Rivard. 

Zelasny, Simon, fancy goods, 119 Michigan 
ave. 

Zemansky, Samuel, dry goods and milli- 
nery, 188 Jefferson ave. 

Zensen, Peter, grocer and meat market, cor. 
Franklin and Hastings. 

Ziegler, Augustus F., grocer, 148 Randolph. 

Ziener. Frederick, grocer, 814 Clinton ave. 

Zimmer, Charles, composition roofer, 7 Sil- 
ver. 

Zlmnier^ Philip, clothing, 40 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Zimmerman, William, melodeon maker, 263 
Catharine. 



J, M. ABXOLD, 



J. M. ARNOLD & CO., 

WHOLUALB AND BXTAIL DBALIB8 IN 



G. W. VAX AXIK. 



Standard Theoicaicai, Hiatoriral and SeienHfte Worha, *FuvenUe&, PhtiioffrapMe AlbwtH9, 
School Books, Etc, Also, a fuU assortment of Methodist l»ubUeaHons, 

123 Woodward Ave., opp. Railroad Hotel, DETROIT, MICE 

TOWN UBBABISS STTFPUEO. LOWEST JOBBINa BATES. 
9- CIXBOTIIZV AHS BEHEYOLEHT SOCIETIES BEOEIVE A LIBESAl OISCOmfT..^ 



TiirOOX>BRII>OB 8TRKBT BRK^ITBRY, 

Rear Flremon's Hall* I>etroit» Bf ioli* 



SX^E-V^SR OF 



14il' £1i®£4 F4&1 4&1 

BoUUb; StMt, mm •t Malt &■« Stnwg Ale. 



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Penoni wlBhing Stock Alb to be Brewed to order, for summer ate, most apply before the SOth of March. 



190 CHAPIKS' STATE GA2KTTBSK 



T. H. HINCHMAN, 



UTECOr^SSAJLiS I>XIAJLiX2R ISf 



@H@©^mi:@s. miMW 



PAINTS J OILS J DYE-STXJFFSj ETC., 



190 JEFFER§OM AVEMVE, 



J. J. BREDE & CO., 

Wholetale and Setail Dealers in 

PURE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS 

General Agents for H. Poeschel's Celebrated Missouri Wines, 

No. 34 MONROE AVENUE, 



j-OSBSR OV 



IND MiLKUfAOTURKB OF 

Oentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Overalls, Jumpers, eta, 

AGBRT POB eBAT'S PATENT GOLIiABS, 

42 Woodiw^ard Ave., 



Asm Busmsss DiBBcrroBT. 191 

G. DOELTZ & BROTHER, 

DIPORTEBS AND DEALBBS IN 



TOYS, •s-a.n:r.h'e notions. 

Hosiery, Laces & Triininings, 



▲HD MAHUFAOTURSBl OF 



Children's Carriages, Baskets, Sleighs, 

FIOTUBE FBAHES ABD MOULDnTOS, 

No. 70 WOODWARD AVENUE, 
DETROIT, ... MICHIGAN. 

i^J^mti UliLiLliiiaT. 

MRS. ^. M^O^D^M, 

144 WOODPFARD ATENUE, 

DETROIT J - - - MICHiaAN. 

• • • 
PRtNON PLOWtllt. IIIBII0II8. BLONDU AND DNUtNAKINO. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



GIGASS, SNUFF, WSm I CHEWING TOBACCOS 

DEALER IN PIPES AND FANCY GOODS, 
58 Monroe Avenue, 



108 



Manofaotorer, Wholesale Ac Retail Dealer in 




WareroMis, 129 WMdwari Ayenne, FIsker's BlMk^ 
And 27, 29 & SI John R. Street, 

Manu&Gtory, 30 and 32 High St., X>BTKOIT5 SUCH. 



I have now on hand, and am constantlj manafactorlng, 

FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! 

Parlor Situ, in Boeewood, Mahogany, Walnut and Oak, covered with Brocatelle, CotteUnea, Danuak, 
Lasting, Plii»h, Cloth and Hair-aoth. 

BsDRuoM 8ETS, Id RoMwood, Mahogan J, Walnnt, Oak, Cherry and Maple ; also, a large aaaortment of 
Enameled and Painted Sets. 

LiBRART, OmcK AXD DiNiNo RooM FuRNiTURR In endless varietT. All kinds of Oomiov Fuain- 
TURB at piicos to salt the times. Mattrasses and Pillows of every description. Spring Beds of every style. 
Looking Glasses of all sizes. 



Upholsterers* and Cabinet Makers* materials, the laivest assortment in the City to select from. 
^I^Famitare made to order on short notice, and all articles warranted. 

MUMFORD, FOSTER & CO., 

X>ISA.]L.£3Rei ITT 



And Afanuflusturers oT 

LASTS, BOOT TREES, CRIMPS, CLAMPS, ETC., 



GETBOIT, - - - MICHIGAN. 

900 it, 909 JEFFERSON AYENVE, 

(▲ rXW XKWRS BAST OF BATB8 STRBBT,) 

DETROIT, - - - M:ICHI0A.]V. 

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R D. JOHNSTON, PROPRIETOR 



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DE WITT. 
A township and poet village of Clinton 
2o\xnty, on the Looking Glass river, ninety 
[niles northwest from Detroit. Population, 
about 1.500. 

TOWNSHIP OFPICKE8. 

Supervisor — David Scott. 
Trecuurer — Parker Webber. 



DEXTER. 
An incorporated village of Washtenaw 
county, in tno township of Scio, situated on 
the Michigan Central Railroad, 47 miles 
from Detroit and 237 from Chicago. The 
village contains five churches (Methodist 
Episcopal, Baptist, Congregational, Episco- 
pal and Catholic), one Masonic and one Good 
Tein[)lar8' Lodge, a union school, fourteen 
8U>res, four hotels, two flouring mills, a 
plaster mill, saw mill, woolen factory, iron 
foundry aud various professions and mechan- 
ical trades. Mails are received daily. Stages 
leave daily for Howell, 22 miles, and tri- 
weekly for Stockbridge. Population, about 
1,500. Postmaster* — James Hovey. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

President — C. C. Gregory. 
Recorder — L. C. Watson. 
Marstuil—^. W. Murdock. 
Trwftees-JQ. H. Lyon. A. B. Beal, WUliam 
Stevens, R. Costello, William Martin. 

LUt or Prof<DSslons, Trades, etc* 

Alexander, M., billiard saloon. 

Alljwrt, Nelson, proprietor (irant House. 

Andrews, N., hotel. 

Bailey & Baldwin, carriage makers. 

Bailey, J., justice of the peace. 

Beal & Field (A. R. Beal and J. E. Field), 

drv goods. 
Beaf & Marble (R. A. Beal and J. P. Marble), 

saw mill and woolen factory. 
Bilby, Christopher, blacksmith. 
Blood, E., furniture and lumber dealer. 
Bournes. Rev. A. F. (Methodist). 
Brown, Rev. (Baptist). 
Costello, Gregory & Co. (J. Costello, C. C. 

Gregory and K. C-ostello), general store. 
Cooper, G. W., dentist. 
Crane, Alexander D., lawyer. 
Croarkin, John, druggist and grocer. 
Den, Mrs., milliner. 
Dolan, Patrick, grocer. 
Eaman & Crofoot, dry goods. 
Eiamon, William, tailor. 
Ewing, A., physician. 
Ewing & Keal, drugs and books. 
Evarts & Co. (J. Evarts and J. & K. Costello), 

flour and plaster mill. 
Gibbs, Smith & Briggs (T. Qibbs, O. M. 

Smith and L. W. Briggs), general store. 
Gleason, A. W. & W. 'S., grocers. 
Goodell, L. G., justice of the peace. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS. AcO.. 811 



Goodspeed, Harvey, carpenter. 

Gray, Amos, physician. 

Greenleaf, Miss, milliner and dress makor. 

Guest & Hoyt (Albert Guest and Jesse Hoyt), 
harness makers. 

Guinion, Matthew, grocer. 

Henion k Co. (A. B. Henion and J. J. McCor- 
mick, dry goods. 

Henry, Robinson, blacksmith. 

Hicks & Ludden (J. W. Hicks and H. P. 
Ludden), foundry. 

Honey, James T., Lawyer. 

Homing, L., meat market. 

Hosier, William, carriage maker. 

Howell, Charles, physician. 

Kedzie, Rev. A. S., pastor Congregational 
Church. 

Keith, Nathan, grocer. 

Kellogg. Edwaid P., blacksmith. 

Kent. G., painter. 

Langdon, Reuben J., tailor. 

Lane, William, harness maker. 

Morehouse, William H., carpenter. 

Morris, William, gunsmith. 

Murdock, Samuel >¥., jeweler. 

Page, George C, justice of the peace. 

Pixley & Bro. (C. H. and J. A.), jewelers. 

Polhemus, A., shoe maker. 

Porter, R., proprietor Bentley House. 

Rathbun, B. K., dry goods and groceries. 

Reywalt, J. T., proprietor Reywalt House 
and livery. 

Roper, B., barber. 

SILL, G. S. & C. T., hardware. 

Soper, P., livery stable. 

Southwick, G. E., flouring mill and banker. 

Stebbins, Henry, billiard saloon. 

Stevens, William, general store. 

Taylor, William, physician. 

Trollop, J., fruit dealer, grocer and confec- 
tioner. 

Tyler, E. B., American Express agent. 

Vanfleet, John, blacksmith. 

VanRiper, James C, carpenter. 

Vinkle, H. & Bro. (H. and H.), dry goods and 
groceries. 

Vinkle, J., cabinet maker. 

Waggoner, J. Q., wagon maker. 

Wall, G., grocer. 

Windsor & Morris (William G. Wind- 
sor and D. Morris), hardware. 

Toung, William, photograph artist. 

DISCO. 

A post village in Shelby township, Macomb 
county, 12 miles from Mount Clemens on the 
Grand Trunk Railroad. It contains three 
churches, two Methodist and one Presbyte- 
rian, an academy, a general store and a ho- 
tel. Population, 200. Daily mail. Post- 
master — Marvin Salter. 

lilst or ProflBsalons. Trades, etc. 
Bacon, Augustus E., dentist and surgeon. 
Bacon, Milo, carpenter. 
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Bell, James, blacksmitli. 

Bently, James, shoemaker. 

Burgess, £. T., harness maker. 

Crippen, Charles C, blacksmith. 

Church, Chauncy, boots, shoes and grocer- 
ies. 

Cross, J. C, justice of the peace. 

Cross, Q. C, carpenter. 

Davis. Rev. J. E. (Methodist). 

Harris, Elijah N., druggist. 

Harris, Edgar B., physician. 

Keeler, A. M., revenue collector. 

Mark. Z. P., shoemaker. 

Monfore, Judson, agent for agricultural im- 
plements. 

PearsaU, D. C, general store. 

Salter, Marvin, general store. 

Sweitzer, John, blacksmith. 

Warren, Lafayette, justice of the peace. 

Wood, George, hotel keeper. 



DOVER. 

A township and post office of Lenawee 
county, containing one Presbyterian and 
one Methodist church, and about 1,600 in- 
habitantB. [For list of profession^, trades, 
etc., see Clayton, which is partly within this 
township. PostmoBter — Elias P. Drake. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — W. W. McLouth. 
Gter/c—Orviile McLouth. 
Justices of the Peace — Henry P. Towns- 
end, John \V. Talford. 



DOWAGIAC. 

An important incorporated village of Cass 
county, on the Michigan Central liailroad, 
and on the Dowagiac Creek, 178 miles south- 
westerly from Detroit, and 106 miles from 
Chicago. It is connected by daily stage 
with Elkhart, Indiana, on the Michigan 
Southern Railroad, 80 miles distant. It is 
the principal business point in the county, 
and has a large and increasing trade. It 
has four churches (Congregationalist. Bai>- 
tist, Methodist and Universalist), a weekly 
newspaper, the Cass County R* publican, a 
Masonic lodge (Dowagiac, No. 10), a lodge 
of Odd Fellows (Dowagiac, No. 67), a large 
l>asket factory, a sash, door and blind facto- 
ry, a spoke and hub factory, with several 
manufactories of agricultural implements, 
carriages and cabinet work. It has also 
two hotels, about twenty stores, one saw 
mill, two flouring mills, a tannery, machine 
shop and iron foundry, one National 
Bank, a private banking house, and a large 
number of trades and professions. Popula- 
tion, 2,000. A daily mail is received. Pa«^ 
master— yfilViSJXi H. Campbell. "^ 

YILLAOS OFFICSR8. 

President— Zoei H. Smith. 
Recorder — Strother Bowling. 



iTorAfta^— Peter Hannon. 

TYustees—A. M. Dickson, P. D.Beckwith, 
Daniel McOmber, Gideon Gibba^ Daniel Hen- 
derson, A. H. Mason. 

lilst or ProflBMloBis, Timdes* mU. 

Alward, Albert N., American Express agent. 
Banker, D. C, boot and shoe maker. 
Beckwith, Philo D., foundry and machine 

shop. 
Bell & Co., Mrs., millinery store. 
Bennett, S. O. & Sons (Stephen O., James C. 

and John), boots and shoes. 
Black, Nicholas, propr. American Honse. 



(Josepft B'. Clark and 
James Sullivan), lawyers. 

Coleman, James, liamess maker. 

Comptun, Mrs. Beniamin D., picture gaUeiy. 

Comstock, Rev. E. W. (Congregational). 

Courtwright, Rev. (Universalist). 

Crawford & Kiiapp (John Crawford and 
Amos Knapp), machinists. 

Curtis, J. C, physician. 

Cushman, Eaton &Co. (W.W. Cnshmanand 
F. P. and C. W. Eaton), carriage maken. 

Deniston & Henderson (John Deniston and 
Daniel Henderson), bakery and eating sa- 
loon. 

Dakin, Harvey A., saloon. 

Denman & Stow (H. B. Denman and William 
A. Stow), insurance agents. 

Dey & Rix, dentists. 

Dickson, A. M. & Co. (Austin M. IMck- 
son, John C. Comstock and Augustus Jew- 
ell), general store. 

Dixon, P., liarncss maker. 

Dunning, Oscar B., photograph gallery. 

First National Bank. H. B. Denham, presi- 
dent; W. A. Sio^y, cashier. 

Gardner & Co. (T. J. & A. J.), livery stable. 

Harder, Francis, saloon. 

Uarley, James, grocer. 

Harter & Rodgers (Edam Harter and Albert 
Rodgers), dry goods. 

Harwood, Aaron, carpenter. 

Hawks, Mrs., milliner. 

Ilazlett, Daniel, carpenter. 

Hiaglit & McKinney, propr's Hiaght House. 

Heddon, James, ice' cream saloon. 

iTollistt^r, Noel B., druggist and music store. 

Howard & Hallock (John G. Howard and 
Charles W. Hallock), druggists. 

Jewell & Co. (Archibald Jewell, Austin M. 
Dickson, John C. Comstock and Augustus 
Jewell), general store. 

Jones & Co. (Horace C. and G. C. Jones and 
Gideon Gibbs), basket factoiy. 

Jones & Gibbs (Gilman C. Jcmes, Azro Jonee 
and Gideon Gibbs), general store. 

liBzalere, !>• Sc Co. (Daniel and Chas.), 
dry goods, boots and shoes, groceries, etc. 

Lee, James A. & Co., grocers. 



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Ljbrook, Jones & Andrews (H. C. Ly brook, 
GUman C. Jones and Joel Andrews), hard- 
ware and prodace dealers. 

Lyle, D. & G. (Daniel and George H.), bats, 
cape, boots, shoes and tannery. 

Lyle & Rodffers (Daniel Lyle and Joseph 
Rodgers), banking office. 

Mabley . William & Co., ready made clothing. 

Marr, Daniel R., flour and feed store. 

Martin. Thomas J., barber. 

Mason, Alexander H., carpenter. 

McCandles, Cyrus T., physician. 

Merwin & Brother (Lewis and Charles), gro- 
cery and saloon. 

Merwin, Jessie, meat market. 

MiUer, C. R. & Co. (Christopher R. Miller 
and Cyrus Thatcher), dry goods, boots, 
shoes, etc. 

Miller, George, lawyer. 

Mulvane, P. I., physician. 

Patterson & Dempsey (Edwin Patterstm and 
Joseph N. Dempsey), billiard saloon. 

Patton, William, carpenter. 

Patton, William L., planing mill and spoke 
fkctory. 

Peck, G. I. & Son (Gilbert I. and Oscar), 
grocers. 

Pond, Darius, grocer. 

Reshore, L.. grocer. 

Rouse, L. v., physician (Homoeopathic). 

Salter, Solon Q., physician. 

Shepard, , steam saw mill. 

Shidley, Thomas, grocer. 

Sill, Benjamin, steam saw milL 

Smith, Charles A., publisher of Republiean. 

Snyder, George R., music store. 

Stocking & Snyder (George Stocking and 
William H. Snyder, jewelry store. 

Smith, M. F., groceries, crockery, glassware, 
etc. 

Spencer, George V., carpenter. 

Spencer, John C, lawyer and justice of the 
peace. 

Starrett, Defendorf & Pegg (Charles Starrett, 
Harmon Defendorf and Abijah Pegg), 

Elaning mill and sash, door and blind 
ictory. 

Still well & Bro. (James and Ekl win), tinware. 

Suits, Jacob, jeweler. 

Taylor, E. M., deputy sheriff. 

Thompson, J. & R. (James and Robert), Do- 
wagiac Nurseries. 

Thompson, Mack in & Co. (Cliarles A. Thomp- 
son, Hugh B. Mackin and James Thomp- 
son), merchant tailors. 

VanAntwerp & Powell (Frank A. VanAnt- 
werp and Hiram Poweil), carriage makers. 

VanBiper, Jacob J.", lawyer and insurance 
agent. 

Vinson, Levi D., marble dealer. 

W^oodward, Rev. (Methodist). 

Young Men's Hall, over A. M. Dickson & 
Co.'s store. 

Waldron, Rev. (Baptist). 

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DRAYTON PLAINS. 
A post office in the township of Water- 
ford, Oakland county, on the Detroit & Mil- 
waukee Railroad, 31 miles from Detroit. It 
has a daily mail. Poatm(Mter--J ohn F. 
Church. 

Idlmt of ProDDsalona, Trades, etc* 

Green, Jackson, cooper shop. 
LinderbuiT, J. H., general store and hotel. 
Sherody, John, wagon maker. 
VanCampen, John, Jr., station agent. 

DRYDEN. 
A township and post village in Lapeer 
county, 44 miles nortn of Detroit. Its near- 
est shipping point is Ridgeway Station, on 
the Grand Trunk Railway. It contains a 
Methodist Church, two hotels, four stores, 
and several mechanic shops, two flouring 
mills and a saw mill. It has a Lodge of 
Masons, also one of Odd Fellows and Good 
Templars. Population of township, 2,000. 
Population of village) 260. Tri-weekly mail. 
Postmaster — Joseph Manwaring. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Chas. Laman. 
Clerk—'Wm. Quartermas. 
2V«Murer— John Freer. 

lilst of ProDDsalona, Trades, etc* 

Alger, D., insurance agent. 

Anderson, R. B., shoemaker. 

Bartlett, Albert, carpenter and justice of the 

peace. 
Brophy & Cheesbro (James Brophy and W. 

H. Cheesbro), shoe makers. 
Day, John W., general store. 
Darland, Charles, hotel. 
Davis, B. J., tailor. 
Eldridge & Emmons (L. B. Eldridge and 

Jesse Emmons, general store. 
Furman, Royal, harness maker. 
Hall, Chauncey, carpenter. 
Manwaring, J. & Co. (Joseph Manwaring and 

Joshua Manwaring), general store. 
Lamb, Brother & Co. (John M. and Jacob C. 

Lamb and Daniel C. Bacon), general store. 
Northop, Fayette, hotel. 
Rackhill, Samuel, carpenter. 
Randolph & Edgerton (B. P. Randolph and 

D. Edgerton), blacksmiths. 
Randolph & Rupert (C. B. Randolph and 

Joseph Rupert), blacksmiths. 
Sessions, Devi, carriage maker. 
Stearns, S. S., physician. 
Stover, Daniel, carpenter. 
Shim, B. R., cabinet maker. 
Tedman, Rev. L. S. (Methodist). 
Tusley, Mrs. Julia, miUiner. 

DUNCAN. 
A post village in the township of Inver- 
ness and county of Cheboygan, of which it 
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IB the seat of justice. It is situated on the 
west bank of Cliebovgan river, near its en- 
trance into the Straits of Mackinac, and is 
on the dirt)ct steamboat route from Bufiklo 
and the lower lake ports to Chicago, 400 
miles by wator, north of Detroit. It has a 
good harlwr, and the Cheboygan river and 
its tributaries are navigable for stejimboats 
from this i)oint for an aggregate distance of 
200 milHs. An important part of the busi- 
ness of the place is the sale of wood to 
steamers, several fine docks having been 
erected for that puriK)se. The lumbering 
business, which was formerly carried on 
here extensively, has lately declined. 
Population, about 250. 



DUNDEE. 
A township and post village of Monroe 
county, on the river Raisin, 55 miles south- 
west from Detroit, and five miles north of 
Petersburg, on the Michigan Southern Rail- 
road, the nearest shipping point. The vil- 
lage contains two flour mills, one paper 
mill, a hub and lath factory, three steam 
and one water saw mills, two turning sho)>s 
and a bowl factory, also one Methodist, one 
Baptist and one Congregational church, a 
fine school, a Masonic lodge (Dundee, No. 
74), two hotels and several stor«*8 and me- 
chanics' shojw. Population of village, 500 ; 
of township, 2,000. It has three mails per 
week. Po8tmasUf^--Ch&T\e» F. W. Raw- 
son. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Ansel C. Laml)ert. 
C^rA-— George W. Munger. 
Treasurer — ^Stephen Rawson. 
List of Proftsfiloii«« Trades, etc* 

Babcock, Albert, justice of the peace. 

Babcock, John S., grocer. 

Baker, G. R. L., general store. 

Barbor & Stoweil (Phineas Barber and Jo- 
seph A. Stoweil), fiouring mill. 

Cady, Charles T., proprietor of Exchange 
Hotel. 

Cady & Lindsley (Charles T. Cady, and 

Lindsley), saw mill. 

Cassady & Brother (Albert and John), boot 
and shoe makers. 

Clark, H. II., harness maker. 

Curtis, Alonzo, justice of the peace. 

Dodge, Joshua F., proprietor of Lincoln 
House. 

Drew & Simmons (Israel Drew and Charles 
Simmons), boots, shoes and Yankee no- 
tions. 

Dumphery, Mrs. E., photographer. 

Dykes, Mores, saw mill. 

Entwirsle, John, carpenter. 

Flemming, John, blacksmith. 

Founia, Cnarles, barber. 

Gibson, Mathew, mason. 



Kimpton, John, mason. 
Jackson, George W., phyfocian. 
Johnson & Littlefield (Miles Johneon an 

John J. Littlefield), druggists. 
Jones. Joseph, principal {STTnion School 
Lalonge, Mrs. C, milliner. 
Lalonge, Clement, harness maker. 
Lindsley, Jackson, hardware. 
Littlefield, John, phvsician. 
Mason jk Arnold (John W. Mason and Hi 

ram Arnold), flouring mill. 
Mason, John O., physician. 
McBride & Parmetan (Malcolm McBrid< 

and Urban Parmetan), machinists. 
McNair, David, dry goods and clothing. 
Morse, Nathan, saw mill. 
Munger & Hurd (George Munger and Geor^ 

Hurd), druggistfl. 
Munson, Mrs. D., milliner. 
Newcomb. Paul L., physician. 
Polms, Andrew, carpenter. 
Pohns, Joseph, carpenter. 
Parker, Joseph, blacksmith. 
Plank, James, cooi)er. 
Pulver & McBride (William Pulver and 

John McBride), carriage makers. 
Pusev Brothers (Thomas and James), pape; 

mill. 
Rankin & Wright (Simeon Rankin an< 

Wright), saw mill. 
Rawson, Charles F. W., dry goods. 
Scran ton, F., general store. 
Scrantqn, Israel, saw mill. 
Slay ton, Alpheus, saloon. 
Smith, Henry, carpenter. 
Springer, Andrew, grocer. 
Vershoor, Aart, merchant tailor. 
Waltling, Henry, lawyer and justice of th 

i)eace. 
W illiams, John, furniture. 



DUPLAIN. 

A township and post office of Clintoi 
county, seven miles from Ovid station, it 
nearest shi))ping ix)int, on the Detroit an' 
Milwaukee Railroad. It contains tw 
churches, one Odd Fellows' lodge, tw 
stores, a hotel, a saw mill and two flourin, 
mills. The township contains also th 
post office of Elsie. Population of towi 
ship, 1,000; population of village, 20( 
Daily mail. Postmaster — Samuel R. De^ 
stoe. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Sfjpercisor — E. Nethawav. 
Clerk— J. H. Lowe. 
Treasurer— ^m\ic\ R. Dewstoe. 
lilfit of Professions, Trades, ete* 

Brass, S. & Son, general merchants 
Dewstoe, Samuel R., cabinet maker. 
Emerson, D. W., eclectic physician. 
Foss, Philip, carpenter. 



Gleason, J. T., carpenter. 
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r>n, James, caxpenter. 

Clark B., saw mill. 

', Osmer, flouring mill. 

, Francis A., physician. 

, Peter, hotel. 

. Edward, justice of the peace. 

O. M., general store. 

Henr>', blacksmith. 

8, Job D., justicx; of the peace. 

rt, Joel, flouring mill. 

>n, William B., physician. 



EAG-LE. 
ownship and post office of Clinton 
', 96 miles north-west from Detroit, 
ition 1,000. 



EAG-LE HARBOR. 
important post village and township 
le Superior, in Keweenaw county, 700 
aorth-west of Detroit. The Lake Su- 
steamers stop regularly at this place, 
ncipal trade is in Cf)pper ore and sup- 
)r the mines. It contains two churches, 
dd Fellows' Ijodge, six stores, three 

and is rapidly growing. The " Cop- 
alls," •• Central," "Amygdaloid" and 

mines are located in the vicinity, 
ition 500. Po8t7naster — Julius Freud. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEKS. 

'rvisar — A. C. Davis. 

k — William Reichel. • 

Murer — John Foley. 

■t of Professions, Trades, etc, 

», O. L,, physician. 

ourn, L., lawyer. 

, Nicholas, proprietor Miner House. 

1, Fid ward, barber and newsdealer. 

Bros. & Co. (John Foley, Martin 
y and Michael Smith), groceries, 
ud, Sf)n & Co. (Marcus Fraud, Julius 
id and Samuel Hoflman), general 

Dominick, mason. 
, Henry, saloon and ball alley. 
V. W., hardware, 
i, Henry, photographer. 
Charles, blacksmith and wagon ma- 

1 & Pope (William Lankin and Samuel 

5). 

., Cliarles, proprietor of the Eagle 
x)r House. 

il, Nicholas, l)oot8 and shoes, 
le. Robert, carpenter. 
Phillip, brewer, 
y, A. S., carpenter. 

. Shapley & Co. (William P. RaUey, 
in Shapley and T. W. Shapley), gen- 
dealers in mine supplies, also for- 
ling and commii«8ion. 
e, Francis, merchant tailor, 
rtz & KQchli, jewelers. 

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Wren, Bawden & Co. (John Wren, John H. 
Bawden and James Pryor), general store 
and forwarding and commission. 

EAG-LE RIVER. 
A mining village of Houghton township, 

in Keweenaw county, on the northern coast 

of the Keweenaw peninsula. It is the 

county seat of Keweenaw county, and one 

of the regular stopping places of the Lake 

Superior steamers. it contains three 

churches, a lodge of Odd Fellows, a hot«l, 

nine general stores, two breweries and sev- 
eral mills and mechanic shops. Population 

500. Semi-weekly mail. Pottmaster — 

Charles Kutter. 

lilst of ProDDSSlons, Trades, etc. 

Alexander, John, physician. 

Austrian & Co.. general store. 

Ball, W. F., lawyer. 

Betzing, J., saloon. 

Bolton, G. D., civil en^neer. 

Bodde, Frank, boots and shoes. 

Clemens, Joseph, brewery. 

Cromin, J., mail contractor. 

Diemel, Gustave, jeweler. 

Francis, Frederick, carpenter. 

Gulick, Robert F., lawyer. 

Hanson, John, general store. 

Hanson, William k Co., butchers. 

Hacking, William, saloon. 

Hacking, William, general store. 

Hunauer, M. L., butcher. 

Jacking, Bruno, physician. 

Johns, James, saloon. 

Kutter, Charles, jeweler. 

Kinvel, J. & Co., brewery. 

Lott, Joseph, saloon. 

Miller, John, general store. 

Paul, J. & Co., general store. 

Pooley, Stephen, saloon. 

Retallack, J. & Son, tinsmiths. 

Retallack, J. Jr., blacksmith. 

Rothbarth, Henry, carpenter. 

Senter, John, lumber dealer. 

Schuler, Reinhold, boots and shoes. 

Spalm, J., boots and shoes. 

Sloan, J., civil en^neer. 

Sowdcn, James, justice of the peace. 

Stuckmeyer k Co., general store. 

Van Orden W., general store. 

Vivian, John, justice of the peace. 

Wiess, John & Co., carpenters. 

Wren, Danstone & Blight, safety fuse man- 
ufacturers. 

Wright, William, hotel. 

Wolfson, J. & Son, general store. 

Wolf, Willebauldt, general store. 

EAST CHINA. 

Is a township in St. Clair county, (P. O. 

Cliina), situated on the banks of the St. 

Clair river, between the towns of CottreJl- 

ville and St. Clair, on the steamboat route 

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SMITH ac GROUSE. Proprietors. 



from Detroit In Port Huron, 60 niilci* from 
Detroit. It hii8 nix mailed |>er wcok. N<iir' 
ent «hi|>]nn|^ iw>int nudexpivse otRct', Marine 
Citj. Ffi)tfma,Htr — Mrs. S. A. Drone. 
lX)WK8nU' OFFICEKS. 

CTyrit— William D. Hart. 
Treanvrer — L. Kecor. 

Irfliit ur Pro !> SHI an*, Trnden, etc. 

BRkc*WHll, Rr-v. W. IL. JHxliri' nf tlic JH.•a*H^ 
Jt^mrae, RfHfl, jimtjct^ of tki^ |M*iirr. 
PartUnv, Stopiirii, jUBtiec* r>f the j^eactv 
PcatxMly, Ji'r<5tuiah N., iihynidaiK 
RECtHi. L. k 8t>N\ gt^-noral trtore and dojiU 

era in wmxl and hay. 
Simpkins, Selar, c«riwnti^r. 



EASTMANVILLE. 

A small (toHt villa^t* of Ottawa rounty, in 
tbo itmiiwhiiMif Polk ton, b'Jiiitifully situated 
on ihi' north iuuik i>f the ^Jraiid Viver, 20 
miles frt*m it» mouth, and 100 milet* north- 
wi.^»t from Dwtrriit, 



EASTON, 

A townfiihip aati pc>st«>lJireof Ionia count v. 
Population, 1,000. 

EAST BAISINVILLE, 
A fKwt villa^^e «»f th«^ townsidit <d itiuHin- 
vlllejn Monroe county. fVmr milesifroin Mon- 
roe* City, its neivrent railroati Ntntion, It 
contains onp Mpthodist and oni' L\m- 
fiTAtioual churcdi, one i»iiper null; nni* ihnw- 
ing mill, and two wiw niilL^. Tri-wifekly 
mftil, pfiitfftt/tnffr — ^J. Mitrhell. 



Ijt«l of Pro ftosftloiia^ Trades, i 

Cottolamii* iJ., blarki^mith, 
Delon^. Uoo. B., t reinsurer 
MITCUELU JAt^OB, j«aper mill &xid| 

mill. 
MltchoU ft Co,, potABh izLAnafactori-. 
Hoc«sler. J., saw mill lutd flour tnU'l. 
Younglove. Goo,, justice of the {MUioa 1 

EAST SAGINAW.n/ ' 
An incorpornled city oj' Sa^iniiw i_ 
ty, situated on thr* Sngiiiaw rivrr. J 
milen l;>elow the junction of the TitI 
wa88ee, Shiawassee and Cb8« rivers, i 
20 mi lee alwivc its entnintx^ into Bag] 
Bay. It IB the present tenninus of] 
Flint & Pere MHrc[tR*tte n&tlr«3ti<i. I'M 
one of the mof*t enterpriMn;[? cities* in 
State, The mpidity of its* prowiK id 
p «tiv«' of niiipc. In IHTMI it waa kooii 
" Buena ViPta," and hud a ix>piilattij 
*25I, It now has a |M>pnhition of 8,0fl 
upwards. It was incorporated unda 
]>resent name in 1851K It ha** by fae^ 
sfripiMMl its rivals. Bay and Sajtrinow <j 
ami now Htandf* witlnnit a competitof 
city of the 8a^iniiw valley. The ri^i 
thiK point is navigable U* vi^^fiaela diml 
nine feet of water, iind the Nf'aBon of J 
psition generally lastt^ from the mid(fl 
March to the \&st <»f Noveraber. \ 
hind niwm which the city in built is vei^ 
and level and the soil of a rich, dark! 
vial loam. The city is planked instei 
paved, nnd the stri'ets are now traversel 
ft f*ystfm of street car^, connecting' it 1 
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oildings are baUt of wood and strike the 
isitor as having a less substantial air than 
rould be desirable, yet the city contains 
ery many permanent and well boilt busi- 
lees blocks and other buildings. Among 
he noticeable institutions of the place, are 
ts hotels, whereof the Everett House is one 
if peculiar excellence. The proprietors, 
d essrs. Smith & Grouse, have left nothing 
indone to secure the comfort and enjoyment 
»f their dniests. The appointments of their 
able, and bar and laundry are beyond criti- 
ism. A fine set of billiard tables are con- 
lected with the establishment for the do- 
ectation of the lovers of that popular 
rame. 

The " Bancroft " is also a first class house. 

Like all the towns in this section, lumber 
s the staple product. The immense forests 
>f heavy timber found on the tributaries of 
:he Saginaw river, together with the excel- 
lent fe^ilities afforded for the manufacture 
i.nd shipment of lumber, will, for many 
fears, make ESast Saginaw an important 
lumber point. Next to lumber is the salt 
interest, the growth of which since 1860 has 
been exceedingly rapid. The aggregate 
value of salt manufactured hero in 1865, 
was $1,190,410. 

The fish trade is also considerable and 
rapidly increasing. The fish are caught 
chiefly in Saginaw river and its bayous, and 
cf^nsist of pickerel, pike, bass and perch. 
They are shipped to New York, Cincinnati 
and other points by express. The amount 
BO shipped during two months in 1865, was 
68 tons. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Jfay<w— Dwight G. Holland. 

Clerk— Will Browne. 

OunptroUer—U. H. Allardt. 

Marshal — Myron F. LeRoy. 

Aldermen — 1st Ward — John M. Luther, 
Henry Schwartz, Henry Plessner. 2d Ward 
— N. C. Richardson, Royal H. Loomis, Wm. 
G. Dietz. Sd Ward— iohn Jeffbrs, Dewitt 
C. Gage, Charles Langlass. 

Recorder — Herbert H. Hoyt. 

Recorder's Clerk — Will Browne. 

8uroef/or—E. Q. Qoddard. 

Treasurer — W. E. McKnight. 

Attorney — B. J. Brown. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

President — Edwin Burt. 

Inspectors — Edwin Aikin, Thomas M. 
James, Geo. W. Merrill, Chas. H. Morley, D. 
W. Perkins. 

U, 8. Collector of Customs for East Sagi- 
naw — Will Browne. 

CHURCHES. 

8t. PauTs (Protestant Episcopal) Church 
— Comer Lapeer and Warren streets, Rev. 
Wm. Paret, rector. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS. 4^0., 811 



Conffregational Church — Comer Waah- 
ington and German streets. Rev J. G. W. 
Cowles, pastor. 

Methodist Efdscopal Church — Comer of 
Church and Jefferson streets. Rev. R. R. 
Richards^oo^^or. 

First Baptist Church — Comer Jefferson 
and German streets, Rev. A. L. Morehouse, 
pastor. 

SOCIETIES. 



Lodge, No. 77. F. and A. If.— 
Meets Tuesdays on or before each full 
moon. 

Saginaw Valley Chapter, No. 31, B. A. M. 
— Meets first Thursday in each month. 

0-Sa^o- Wa Bon Lodae, No. 14, /. 0. of 0. 
F. — Meets every Friday evening at Odd 
Fellows' Hall, Buena Vista Block. 

Valley Encammment, No. 20, /. 0. of 0. F. 
— Meets first ana third Wednesday of each 
month in Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Young Men's Association. — President — 
Chauncey H. Gage. Corresponding Secre- 
tary — Irving M. Smith. Treasurer — L. C. 
Storrs. 

Sagtn/iw County Agricultural Society (or- 
ganized 1866) — President — Bamey H. York. 
Secretary — Geo. F. Ijowis. Treasurer — 
Thos. L. Jackson. 

IAmX of ProflBssloDii, Tradeii, efe* 

Aikin & Stinson (E. Aikin and J. Stinson), 
crockery, 209 Genesee. 

Allardt, M. H., insurance agent, 112 Gene- 
see. 

Allen, E. R. V., ship and pawn broker. Bliss' 
Block. 

Buchant, Chas. J., painter, 203 N. Jefferson. 

Baker. Valentine, saloon, 125 I^apeer. 

Ball, H. J., grocer, 223 S. Washington. 

Bancroft House, 118 Genesee, corner Wash- 
ington, G. W. Wesley, proprietor. 

Barclay & Tyler, meat market, 304 Genesee 

Barie, William, dry goods, 203 Genesee. 

Barnum & White (G. G. Bamum and Chas. 
H. White), wholesale grocers, 122 N. 
Water. 

Bartow, W. J., superintendent East Saginaw 
Street Railroad. 

Baum, Adam, meat market, 524 Genesee. 

Baum, Martin, boots and shoes, Cass. 

Baum^rten, Amand, grocer, 002 Genesee. 

Beekbissinger, John, baker, 124 N.Jefferson. 

Bennett, D. C, phyrician, 101 Genesee. 

Berger k Son, locksmiths and bell hangers, 
N. Washington. 

Betzner, Egnctz, saloon, 120 N. Franklin. 

Beznor, Benjamin, boarding house, 1025 S. 
Water. 

Birdsall, Albert, blacksmith, 320 Genesee. 

Bissell, Albert G., druggist, 109 Genesee. 

Bleir, Solomon, clothing and tobacconist, S. 
Water. 

Bliss, Calvin D. & Co., auctioneers, 106 N. 
Washington. 

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Bliss, Janes & Co. (Solomon B. Bliss, Wil. 
liam C. Janes and Lucius B. Mason), dry 
goods and groceries, 102 and 104 S. Water. 

BODE, AUGUST, yankee notions and 
woolen goodH, (i^enesce. 

Boyden, Mrs. E. L., millinery, 127 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Boyd & Booth (R. B. Boyd and James H. 
Booth), g^rocers, 101 Genesee. 

Bridgman, George & Co., gas fitters, 113 
S. Water. 

Brimner, John, proprietor Sherman House, 
181 S. Water. 

Broughton, John, baker and confectioner, 
129 S. Washington. 

Brown, Hall & James (B. J. Brown, J. H. 
Hall and T. M. James), lawyers and in- 
surance agents, 103 S. Washington. 

BROWN & JAMES, (B. J. Brown and 
Thomas M. James), lawyers and land 
agents. Bliss block, 101 and 103 S. Wash- 
ington. 

Bn)wne, William, insurance agent and city 
clerk, 102 Genesee. 

Brucker, Charles XL, hotel, 405 Genesee. 

Buckhout, B. B., hardware. 124 N. Water. 

Buffalo Salt Company, F. Wildman, superin- 
tendent, 1131 S. Water. 

Budie, Valentine, builder, Franklin. 

Bulloch, Ephraim K., proprietor Bulloch's 
Hotel, 701 N. Jefferson. 

Burteli, E., blacksmith, 624 N. Water. 

Burtch, William, carpenter. 

Burt A. Brother (Oliver P. and Edwin 
B.,) real estate and lumber dealers, 107 N. 
Washington. 

Burtt & Loomis (Jolm E. Burtt and Royal 
H. Loomis). painters, 309 Genesee. 

Button & Sturtevant, lawyers. 325 Genesee. 

Camenm Bros. (James G. and Alexander G.), 
carriage makers, 200 and 208 N. Franklin. 

Camp, ('harles H., lawyer, 105 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Carey, Harrison, surveyor, 101 Genesee. 

Carlisle, F. W., leather'dealer. 128 N. Water. 

(?ari)enter, M., real estate agent, Genesee. 

Catlin & Sanborn, lumber dealers, 122 N. 
Water. 

Cham pi in, O. H. P., music store, 317 (Jenesee. 

Champlin, Daniel, renovator, Genesee. 

Cheney, H. II. A Co. (Horace H. 
Cheney and Edw. Schwartz), gunsmiths, 
108 N. Jefferson. 

Clark, A. E. & J., blacksmiths. 115 German. 

Clark & Loveland (William A. Clark and 
William J. Loveland), lawyers, 105 N. 
Washington . 

Clark Russell, fruits, ete., Genesee. 

Clnrk & Starker (William 11. Clark and 
Daniel F. Starker), dry goods, Genesee. 

Clay, S. G.. barber. 

Clement, William, saloon, S. Water. 

Curtis, C. M. & F. A., hardware, 115 S. Water. 

Crary, George F., agent for Wheeler & Wil- 
son's sewing machine, Everett block. 



Curtf, Jacob, cooper, N. Water. 
Davison, George, chair maker, 125 S. Cm 
DeLAnd, Charles V., editor Dujr Enterprii 
Deering & Son (James and William), d 

goods, 402 Genesee. 
Dietz, WUliam G., builder, S. Cass. 
Diderich, John, hotel, Genesee. 
Diter, Malchus, blacksmith, Rockwell. 
Doty, Horatio N., grocer, 101 Lapeer. 
Doughty, Thomas £., bookseller and je 

eler, 110 Genesee. 
DOWNING & CHAPIN (Moses Downi 

and George P. Chapin), grooers and pi 

duce dealers, N. Washington. 
Draper, Eugene E., saloon, Genesee. 
Driggs, Hiram C, register U. S. land oflB 

and superintendent Western Salt Coi 

pany. 
Driggs, William S., real estate agent m 

secretary Western Salt Company. 
Driggs, Hon. Jolm F., member of Congre 
Duncan, H. R., clothing, 108 N. Water. 
Dunk. Alfred A., druggist, 201 Genesee. 
Easton, lioderic, musician and pamp man 

facturer (!) shop on German. 
EAST SAGINAW COURIER, G. F. Lew 

proprietor, 224 South Washin^rton. 
EAST SAGINAW DAILY ENTERPRIS 

office, S. Washington. 
East Saginaw Gas Light Company, J. 

Keteliam, vice president and treasuivr, 1 

S. Water, 
EfTffi^t, Ernst, cabinet maker, 906 Gc 

esee. 
Ellsworth, A. L., agent F. & P. M. R. R. 
Erd, John & Co., brewers, 917 South Wat 
ESCHENBACH, KASPER, hotel (Farme 

Home), 005 Genesee. 
Estabrook & Mason, lumber dealers, 101 

Washingtcm, 
Etheridge, Josiah, proprietor Tremont i 

loon, 5l. Washington. 
Everett Iloune, Smith & Crouse, pi 

prietors, 219 Genesee. 
EYMER, ANDREW, grocer, 109 Lapeer. 
Farnsworth, A., physician (homcBopathi 

102 (Jenesee. 
Farrand, II. C, physician, 125 N. Wat 

in^ton. 
FAi , B. M.. president Saginaw Valley Ban 
Fiege. Reiuhardt, locksmith, 417 Genesee. 
FERGUSON. ALEXANDER, manag 

Western Unicm Telegraph, office 108 

Washington. 
Final, William, lumberman. 
Finkerton, John, joiner. 
Flmt ]%Btloiial Bank, 114 S. Wat 

ingt^n, E. T. Judd, president, L. A. Claj 

FishtT. Frederick, shoe maker, 827 Genest 

Fisher, Jeremiah, builder. 

Fish, Wilber W.. drj' goods, 206 Genesee. 

Fitzgerald, William, spile driver. 

Fox & Kimball, dredgers, 101 Genesee. 

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S. & ¥., grocers and commiBsion 
ants, Water. 

tc Wheeler (Carwin B. Eraser and 
I M. Wheeler), physicians, 821 Gen- 

F. & Co. (J. F. Frey and H. H. 
ein), books and stationery, 213 Gen- 

lius T., bookbinder, 213 Genesee, 
hn C, cigar maker, 125 N. Jefferson. 
Brothers, (Charles S. and Seymour 
nggists, 119 Genesee. 

WESTON, agent Grover & Baker's 
5 machine. 

Lewis (C. H. Gage and William A. 
). lawyers, 121 Genesee. 

W. C., lawyer and postmaster. 
• & Morris (Milt<m H. Gallaher and 

R. Morris), insurance agents, 107 
fihington. 

% Mead & Deering (John Gallaher, 
VIead and James Deering), planing 
lumber, sash, blinds, etc., Hayden, 
Vashington. 

ER, FREDERICK C, boot and shoe 
•, corner Genesee and German. 
.. W. & Co., livery and stage office, 
. Washington. 

John J., tinsmith, 401 Genesee. 
Alexander, carpenter. 
0., cabinet maker, 109 S. Franklin. 

I, Tliomas, builder, 411 Tuscola. 
English School, C. Watz, principal, 
. Third. 

Metho<list Church, 115 N. Warren. 

Martin, lumber dealer, 8. Wash- 
i. 

E. H. & Son (Ezra H. and Arthur), 
•s, 107 N. Washington. 
D. L., house and sign painter, 208 
Iter. 
., Ezra G., civil engineer and sur- 

101 Genesee. 

II, lOdward & Herman, grocers, 908 
ee. 

^Ubert E., bakery, 131 N. Washing- 
William M., livery stable, S. Wash- 
I. 

J. E., blacksmith, Tuscola, 
^er, Z. Weiss, hoop skirt manufacto- 

Washington. 

th & Brother (Herman and Ferdi- 
, hoop skirt and corset manufactory, 

Franklin. 

^0 Brothers (G.J. and W. G.), pho- 
)hers, 103 N. Washington. 

John, brewery, S. W^ter. 
). A., lumberman. 

Edwin, saloon, Genesee, 
''illiam N., clothing, 119 Genesee. 
F., physician, N. Washington, 
[ermann C, tobacco and cigars, 112 
ee. 

lLERS in trunks, AcO^ 81 1 



Hall Sc James (Jonathan Hall and 
Thomas M. James;, general insurance 
agents, 101 and 103 S. Washington. 

Hammond, Mrs. E. G., millinery, 109 S. 
Washington. 

Hathaway & Ware (Arthur B. Hathaway, 
and Ira M. Ware), g^rocers, S. Water. 

Haulon & Zeigin. tailors, N. Franklin. 

Harrison. H. L. & Co. (Henry L. & Reuben), 
house furnishing goods, crockery, etc., 104 
S. Water. 

Hatch, Alva, carpenter. 

Hawkins, G. W., lumber inspector, 106 S. 
Washington. 

Heinlein, Henry, merchant tailor, Genesee. 

Henselman, John, tinsmith, 701 Gemum. 

Herbert, F. H., surveyor, 101 Genesee. 

Herbert, F., meat market, N. Washington. 

Herpel, Ernst, furniture, 115 N. Jefferson. 

Hesse, B., physician, 813 William. 

Heston, Lafayette, propr. Saginaw Valley 
Hotel, 116 N. Water. 

Hicks, G. W., upholsterer. 236 S. Washing- 
ton. 

Hilliard & Casey, dining saloon, comer 
Washington and Genesee. 

Hilliard, Jackson M., boots and shoes, Gen- 



Hodgson, Mrs. M., dress and cloak maker, 
Jefferson. 

Holland & Derby (Dwight Holland and Ben- 
jamin P. Derby), proprs. East Saginaw 
line works. 

Hosmer, Bear & Biemiller, wholesale pack- 
ers and dealers in fresh and salt fish, near 
F. & P. M. Railway, Water. 

Hough, E. A., grocer, 104 N. Washington. 

IIOYey, Laelut B,, saddle, harness, 
and trunk manufr., cor. Washington and 
Tuscola. 

Iloiirard dc Miner (Porter L. Howard 
& Lyman B. Miner;, grocers, 419 Genesee. 

Hoy t, Herbert H., lawyer, 101 Genesee. 

Hoyt, Fred. E., bookkeeper Mayflower 
mills. 

Huff, J. S.& v., lumber dealers. Bliss block. 

Humphrey, Ge Tge, cooper, N. Water. 

Hunter, A. H., lumber inspector, 102 (Gene- 
see. 

Jackson. Andrew A., grocer, 417 Genesee. 

Jackson. Henry L , clothing S. Water. 

Jeffers, John, propr. Buena vista House, 1281 
S. Water. 

Jewett & Gordon (Horace W. Jewett and 
Luther Gordon), lumber manufiacturers. N. 
Water. 

Jones, C. B., lumber dealer. Water. 

Jones, Monroe, cider and vinegar, 424 N. 
Franklin. 

JONES & REYNO, ornamental hair work 
and jewelry. 111 Genesee. 

Joslin, Harvey, lawyer, 101 Genesee. 

JUDD, E. T., president First National 
Bank, S. Washington. 

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KAin, Michael, saloon, 620 N. Washington. 

Kaiser, Jacob, blacksmith, Tuscola. 

Kerns, Joseph, news dealer, Washington. 

Kenyon, Ab.aham, bedstead maker, tamer 
and scroll sawing, N. Franklin. 

ILeteham, James L,, vice president, 
treasurer and sui)erintendent East Sagi- 
naw Gas Light Co.. 101 S. Water. 

KILLI AN, CHARLES, tobacconist. 407 Gen- 
esee. 

Kinney, Peter W., saloon, Genesee. 

KLEINFELD, FRANCIS, bUliard saloon, 
509 Genesee. 

Klumpp, Gottleib, meat market, 105 Lapeer. 

Klumpp, William, meat market, 123 Lapeer. 

KOCB, IWoeeii, clothing, 121 Genesee. 

Koehler, F A., blacksmith, 212 Tuscola. 

Kerkow, William, bakery, 107 Lapeer. 

Lake, J. E., painter, S. Cass. 

Lamb, John, 122 N. Jefferson. 

Lange, Gottleib, National Hotel, North Jef- 
ferson. 

Lathrup, G. A., physician, 125 N. Jefferson. 

Lawrence, Joseph, land agent and surveyor, 
III e. end Tuscola. 

Lee, Charles, lumber dealer and manu- 
facturer, S. Water. 

Leggctt, S. T., jeweler, and agent for fire 
pr<x)f safes, 105 S. Washington. 

Lenheim & Iddings (L. S. Lenheim and R. 
M. Iddings), boots and shoes, 211 Genesee. 

LEWIS, GEORGE F., stationer and printer, 
103 8. Washington. 

Livingston, J. R. & Co. (J. R. Livingston 
and R. J. Tappan), dry goods, 102 Genesee. 

Lorke, Lewis, harness maker, 107 S. Cass. 

Luster, Richard, grocer, 325 (ienesee. 

Luther, J. M., superintendent East Saginaw 
Salt Works. 

LYON, E. W. & CO. (Ephraim W. Lyon and 
George F. Lewis), book and job printers, 
cor. Washington and Gonesoe. 

Manwarcn, J. U., physician, Washington. 

Mann, Frederick, bakerv, 402 Potter. 

McC^ANN, MICHAEL t., saloon, N. Wash- 
ington. 

McCTellan, Francis, carpenter, S. Cass. 

McFarlin, John H., builder, 110 N. Jefferson. 

McKay, John, sal(X)n, 126 S. Washington. 

McLane, C. C. & Seth. lumber dealers, 105 
S. Washington. 

Marks, Henry, clothing, hats and caps, 115 
Genesee. 

Marsky, Charles F., furniture, N. Jefferson. 

Mason, O. L., physician, 101 I^apeer. 

Mautner, S. & A., clothing, 204 Genesee. 

Meleliers, Henry, druggists, cor. Gen- 
esee and Jefferson. 

MENDELSON & BROTHER (Mayer & Pe 
ter), clothing, 8. Water. 

Mercer, James C, clothing, 103 Genesee. 

Merchant's National Bank, 114 Genesee, 
i n Merrill, George W., machine shop, 1002 S. 

Water. 



Merill, H. P. & Co., grocers, 103 Lapeer. 
Mershon, Augustus H., planing mill, 834 S 

Water. 
Meyer, Charles G., pzopr. Kejrstone House 

opp. depot. 
Meyer, John G., music teacher, 516 N 

Franklin. 
Middleton, Edward, Thread Mills, floor itOR 

N. Water. 
IHIIIer, H,, justice of the peace, ak 

manufticturer log rolee, etc., 101 Geneiec 
nitchell, Alexander, grooeriee an 

provisions, 304 Genesee. 
Monitor House, N. Washington. 
Morley Brothers (George W., Chariee E 

and Edward W.), hardware. 110 S. Watei 
Morgen, Matthias, boots and shoes, N. Je 

ferson. 
Morse, M. B., lumber dealer, 207 Maple. 
Mosher, Thompson B., confectioner, t 

Washington. 
Mosher & Mickley (Thomas R. Mosher an 

George P. Mickley), grocers, 828 Qenesa 
Muessman, Frederick, saloon, 709 Genesee. 
Murphy, S. J., lumber dealer, 104 N. Waal 

ington. 
Nerreter, John, billiard saloon. 809 Genese 
Newman, Wenzell, cigar maker, 102 N. Je 

ferson. 
Nichodemns, Peter, saloon, 403 Gonesee. 
Nicholson, Miss E., milliner, 108 N. Wasl 

ington. 
Neiderstadt, Edward G., boots and shoe 

214 S. Washington. 
O'Brien. John, grocer, 404 Genesee. 
0*Brien, Martin, proprietor of Hibemia 

Hotel, 724 N. Washington. 
O'Brien, Michael, restaurant, N. FranklL 
O'Xeil. William, blacksmith, S. Water. 
Olds, William, soap and candles, 207 I 

Franklin. 
Osbom, Nehemiah, physician, 207 Qenese 
Page, Lewis L., carriage maker, N. Fran] 

lin. 
Parquet, Joseph, saloon, 217 S; Water. 
Parquet, Charles, saloon, 119 I^peer. 
Pentield, E. P. & H. L., dry goods, 106 Gei 

esee. 
Perkins & Fox (Daniel W. Perkins and L 

cian H. Fox), insurance agents, 101 Gtei 

ew?e. 
Perkins & Tennant (Daniel W. Perkins ai 

William S. Tenant), lawyers. 101 Ge 



Perry, C. N. & Sons (Cyrus N., Charles < 
and Gilbert N.), comiuission lumber dei 
ers and inspectors, 8 Arcade block. 

Pettil)ono & Bliss, Misses, milliners, Arca< 
block. 

PIERSON, WILLIAM, billiard saloon, ] 
Franklin. 

Plessner & Holmes (Henry Plessner ax 
Charles A. Holmes), agents of Mt. Ho] 
nurseries and insurance agents, Genesc 



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POTTER, B. E.. superintendent of Flint 
and Pere Marqaette Railroad, office, pas- 
■enger depot. 

Powers, E. H., lawyer, 307 Genesee. 

Proetor, H. R,, jeweler, cor. Genesee 
and N. Washington. 

Reeve, David B., news dealer, 821 Genesee. 

Reno, Moses, saloon, S. Water. 

Reyno, Abram, barber. 111 Genesee. 

Rickey, William, agent Grand Trunk Rail- 
way, cor. Washington and Genesee. 

Riemers & Buergert, tailors, 118 Genesee. 

Riker, Ephraim, grocer and fish dealer, 624 
S. Washington. 

Riley, William, painter, 824 Genesee. 

Ripley, Henry C. U. S. land office. 

Ritter, William, tailor, 821 Genesee. 

Robinson, Charles K., lawyer, banker and 
insurance agent, office at bank. 

Robinson, D. J., lumberman. 

Robinson, C. K. & Co. (Charles K. Robinson, 
W. W. Woodhull and George W. Fish), 
bankers, 204 Genesee. 

Roberts, William, photographers, 821 Gen- 



Root Sl Midler (Albert M. Root and 
Andrew J. Midler), liquor dealers and rec- 
tifiers, 181 N. Water. 

Rose, D. Forsyth, lumber dealer, 101 Gen- 

Rnst, J. F. & Co., lumber dealers, 101 Gen- 



Ryan, Thomas H., billiard saloon, Bancroft 

House. 
Saginaw Valley Bank, 101 S. Washington. 

(B. M. Fay, President; T. P. Sheldon, 

Cashier). 
Schmelser, Nicholas, grocer. 
Schnell, John G., proprietor of Farmers' 

Hotel, 904 Genesee. 
Setaott Rrother« (Fred. Mark and 

Samuel), clothing, S. Water. 
Schultz, John, blacksmith, 206 N. Cass. 
Schupp, Augustus, grocer, 205 Genesee. 
Schwartz, Henry, furniture, Cass. 
Sears, F. P. & Co. (Franklin P. and Selim), 

lumber manufacturers, 1131, S. Water. 
Shaw. Bullard & Co. (Charles F., Frederick 

R. P. and Job L. Shaw, and Albert F. 

Bullard\ wholesale grocers, 113 N. Water. 
Shaw, J. B. & Co. (J. B.. P. M. and D. L. 

Shaw), commission merchants and pro- 
duce dealers, N. Water. 
Shaw, Reynolds & Co. (Selmon Shaw, Syl- 

vaniis J. Reynolds and Charles B. Choate), 

hardware, 104 Genesee. 
Sheldon, T. P., cashier of Saginaw Val- 
ley Bank. 
Silsbee, Henry C, furniture, 108 8. Water. 
Slater, Joseph, saloon, 110 N. Jcifcrson. 
Smith. Charles H, & Co. (Charies H. and 

Judson Smith and George Crabb). boots 

and shoes. 116 S. Water. 
Smith. William, Genesee Hotel, Genesee. 

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Smith & Chouse (M. G. Smith and 
George H. Crouse), proprietors of Everett 
House, Genesee. 

Smith, Henry A., dentist, 825 Genesee. 

Smith, John H., harness maker. 

goathwick & €o. (William H. and 
Bronson Southwick), tobacco, cigars and 
leather belting, 107 Genesee. 

Savay, F. 8., boarding house, 201 S Water. 

Spencer, M B., Spencer House, German. 

Spencer & Newcombe (T. B. Spencer and 
George K. Newcombe), sash and blinds, 
206 N. Jefferson. 

Spinney, A. B.. physician, 825 Genesee. 

Stauber, Jacob, saloon, 117 S. Water. 

Steams, W. H., marble dealer, 107 S. Cass. 

Steckert. Jacob, Steckert's hotel, 128 N. 
Washing^n. 

Steele, Thomas, boiler maker. 112 Mason. 

STEVENS, J. S., aty Flouring Mills, 808 
Genesee. 

Stever, Charles B,, proprietor of 
American Hotel. 113 N. Cass. 

Stoddard & Hallock, merchant tailors, 109 
N. Washington. 

Storrs, L. C. & 0>., grocers, 106 S. Water. 

Strasburg, August J., Washington House, 
108 8. Warren. 

Straw, Charles, wholesale grocer and com- 
mission merchant, 115 N. Water. 

Sturtevant & Button (E. A. Sturtevant and 
W. H. Button), lawyers, 825 Genesee. 

Tarsney & Rich (Andrew Tarsney and 
George Rich), groceries, provisions and 
liquors. 126 N. Water. 

Taylor, J. R. & Co., real estate brokers and 
auctioneers, 108 S. Washington. 

Teakle, Joseph, stove dealer, etc., S. Jef- 
ferson. 

TenEyck, ۥ dc E. (Charies and Eg- 
bert), shingle and stave manu&ctuiers, 
705 N. Water. 

Thompson, John, physician, 116 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Tisdale, L. W., agent American Express 
Company, 116 N. Washington. 

Topping & Hosmer (Orlando Topping and 
Jacob J. Hosmer), wholesale and retail 
grocers and commission merchants, cor. 
Water and Tuscola. 

Town & Harnev (8. R. Town and G. Harney), 
saloon, 102 N. Washington. 

Travers, John, shoemaker, N. Jefierson. 

Tucker & Steaver. Exchange billiard saloon, 
118 Genesee. 

Uppendahl, Frederick, shoe maker, 108 N. 
Cass. 

Vanderhoof, William C, sash and door 
maker, German. 

VanDusen, A., physician, N. Cass. 

Wadsworth & (Jo. (Orry H. Wadsworth and 
Dr. Andrew B. Spinney) druggists, 817 
Genesee. 

Wallace, Hugh, harness maker, 802 Genesee. 

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Ward, Edward, leather belting, 107 Gen- 



Warner & Eastman fW. H. Warner and 

Laton H. Eastman), saw mill, S. Water. 
Warner, George, lumber manufacturer, S. 

Water. 
Wasserman, Frederick, second hand clo 

thing. 104 N. Cass. 
Watennan & Matoon, saw mill, S. Water. 
Weaver & Wilkin (J. A. Weaver and F. G. 

Wilkin), boots and shoes. 108 Genesee. 
Webber & Smith (William L. Webber and 

J. M. Smith), lawyers 102 N. Washington. 
Webber, Christian, shoemaker. 805 Genesee. 
Weidmann, Robert H., lumberman, 101 

Genesee. 
Weincke, John, harness maker, 707 Genesee. 
Wcnks, Lfouis & Joseph, grocery and sa- 
loon, Genesee. 
West, John & Co., meat market, S. Wash 

ington. 
West, James, barber, Genesee. 
Whalen & Son (J. C. and F. F.), grocers, 222 

S. Washington. 
Wheeler & Herring, lawyers, 101 Genesee. 
Whipple, P., dentist, 101 Genesee. 
White. Charles, eating house, opix)6ite rail- 

nmd depot. 
White, James H., saloon, 502 S. Water. 
Whiting, L. C, dentist, 104 Genesee. 
Whitman, George B., lumber dealer, 104 N. 

Washington. 
IVickes Brothers (H. D. and E. M.), 

proprietors of Commercial Iron Works, 

512 N. Water. 
WIffgint A Clark (George B. Wiggins 

niid H. D. Clark), merchant tailors, 1 10 S. 

Franklin. 
Wiggins. Edward W., real estate agent, 107 

Genesee. 
Wiggins, George B., lumber dealer, 110 S. 

Franklin. 
Wilkin, Frank G., merchant tailor, 105 

Cm §^ T\ f^R^f^ 

Wilkin & Mack (Frank G. Wilkin and 
James Mack), hats, caps and furs, 108 
Genesee. 

Wisner & Dillingham (Chauncy Wisner and 
John B. Dillingham), lawyers, 102 N. 
Washington. 

IVriirht, Alexander W«, proprietor 
of Excelsior coffee and spice mills, 12;J N. 
Water. 

Wright. David, lumberman. 101 Genesee. 

Yawkey, S. W., commission lumber dealer, 
cor. Genesee and Water. 

Yawkey, W. C. & Co. (William C, John II. 
and Eklwin F.) commission lumber deal- 
ers, 101 Genesee. 

Youngman, Herman, barber, 319 Genesee. 

ZImmermann, William A Co. 
(William Zimmermann and John Mark), 
Wines and liquors, 211 N. Water. 



EAST THETFOBD. 
A post office in the township of Thetfcw 
Genesee countv. It contains one gentsi 
store, one liote!, several saw mills and m 
chanic shops. It is five miles east of Fu 
Run Station, has a mail once a week, [F< 
list of trades, professions, etc., see Thetford 
Postmaster— ShenntLii Monthorp. 

EATON. 
A township of Ekiton county, oontidniz 
a portion of the village of Charlotte. Po 
ulation, 1,500. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — A. D. Shaw. 
Clerk— A. J. Ive^ 
Treasurer — R. H. Kinney. 

eatonIbapids. 

Is an incorporated post village of ESatc 
county, situated at the confluence of Sprii 
Brook with Grand River, 98 miles west < 
Detroit. It is on the line of the Grmi 
River Valley Railroad, now bein^ built, az 
also on the proposed line of the Amboy, Lai 
sing & Traverse Bay Railroad, and is dc 
tined to lxHM>me a town of much impni 
ance. It is already the centre of a flooris 
ing and rapidly increasing trade in an agi 
cultural secti(m of surpassing fertility. I 
nearest shipping point at present is Rivi 
Junction, on the Jackson k Lansing Bai 
road. It has throe churches, 20 Htores. t¥ 
hotels, a weekly newspaper (the Eatc 
Rapids Journal), two flouring mills, six sa 
mills, several factories, machine and m 
chanic sh()|.>s. Population 1,800. Dail 
mail. PoHtnwster—^ , B. TenEyck. 

Vn.LAGE OFFICERS. 

President— 3 fimQi» Gallery. 

Cleric — Morgan Vaughan. 

Marshal — George B. Hamlin. 

Trustees— WWW m M. Tompkins, Wesh 
Vaughan, L. Hnrwood, E. B. Frost, M. > 
Powers, I. N. Reynolds. 

CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal Church — Comer < 
Main and Broad streets. Rev. Wm. M. Co 
lin, pastor. 

Congregational Church — Comer of Mai 
and Spicer stri^ets. Rev. J. K. Stephenso: 
pastor. 

BaptiM Church — Dexter road. Rev. H. ( 
Mosher, i)a8tor. 

SOCIETIES. 

Eaton Rapids Lodge F. & A. M., No, 68- 
Meets on or before full moon in each moni 

Eaton Rapids Chapter, No. 24 — ^Meets cc 
ner of Main and Knight stniets. 

Eotoii Rapids Lodye I. 0. of O, T., JV 
34t{ — Meets at hall on Main street. 

Eaton Rapids Brass Band — Rooms c 
Main street, Frof. W. DtTby, Leader. 



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or Profusions, Trades, etc, 

harness maker. 
, M., blacksmith, 
n, Homer, painter. 
Jeorge L., boot and shoe maker. 
I A. Vaughan (G. L. Booth and 
aughan), boots, shoes, leather and 

r, w. s. Main. 
, H., carjienter. 
, F. M., carpenter. 
C. O.. barber. 

. J., Carpenter and builder. 
. Frank, harness maker, 
er, L. P., carpenter, 
in, R., meat market. 
Rev. William M. (Methodist). 
J. H., lawyer. 

Sc Jflontifomery (I. M. Crane 
[. V. Montgomery), lawyers, Main. 
I, Otis, carpenter. 

imey, «f ., marble dealer, Main. 
»V., physician. 
A. C., real estate dealer. 
Daniels (Enos B. Frost and Thomas 
iniels), general store. 

0. M., flouring and saw mill. 
H. m., general store, Main. 

James, foundry, machine shop, 
Q factory, sash, door and blind fac- 
planing mill, etc. 
William, woolen manufacturer. 
Miss M.. milliner. 
)aniel W., hardware, 
illiam, moulder. 
J. H., grocer. 

& Well man (G. B. Hamlin and G. 
nan), livery stable. 
oo<], Lorin, furniture manufac- 
near Main. 

1, O.. blacksmith. 

1 & Carrell (A. Uarwood and P. Car- 

rrocers. 

i. A., Jr., car])enter. 

& Wilkins (C. N. Hayden and S. M. 

ns), physicians. 

ck, J.* W., betel, cor. Main and 

n. 

imes R., physician. 

,., boot and shoe maker. 

, H. W., hotel. 

, B., surveyor and engineer. 

Brothers (A. S. & E. L.), hardware, 

and tinware. 

Frank, blacksmith. 
\Q., mill Wright. 
ert. Jofiepti, merchant tailor, 
ng, Peter & John, carpenters. 
, Phillip, real estate dealer. 
, D., clocks, watches and jewelry, 
tate and Church. 
Alexander E., carriage maker, 
nery, A., billiard saloon and baker. 
romei*)' A Reynolds (William 
fomery and I. N. Reynolds), grocer- 
d provisions, cor. Main and Knight. 

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Montgomery, Mrs. J., milliner. 

Mosher, Rev. H. G. (Baptist). 

Nichols & Palmer (J. J. NicholB and P. 
Palmer), boots and shoes. 

Noble, Joseph D., saw mill. 

O'Callahan, William, tailor. 

Palmer, R. R., physician and druggist. 

Palmonteer, 8., painter. 

Palmlter A Jif endcll (W. B. Palmiter 
and H. Mendell), saddle and harness ma- 
kers, Main. 

Perrine. S. C. & D. W. (Solomon C. and Dan- 
iel W.), saw mill. 

Pierson, Myron W., cooper. 

Potts, J., dry goods. 

Powers, M. J., wagon maker. 

Roberts, Mrs. A. B., photograph artist. 

Rogers, F., carpenter. 

Salpaugh, J., barber. 

Scougale, Miss, photograph artist. 

Shaw, Henry A., lawyer. 

Shaw & Co., furnishing store. 

Slater, Mrs. M. A., milliner. 

Smith, Rev. J. W. (O)ngregational). 

Speer & Davis, painters. 

Speer, J. B., carpenter and mill wright. 

Spicer, Frederick, flouring and saw mill. 

Stirling A. Garton, general store. 

Stevenson, Rev. J. R. ((Congregational}. 

Stewart & Waldron (J. Stewart and J. A. 
Waldron), livery stable. 

Stirling, D., insurance agent. 

Stiriiiiir, W. F,, general store, Main. 

Stowell, V. R., physician. 

Strong, David, Cooper. 

Sweezey, J. T., hardware. 

Ten Eyck, J. B., editor and publisher of 
" Eaton Rapids Journal." 

Tompkini A Co. (William N. and E. 
Tompkins), bankers, Main. 

Tompkins, William N., real estate and col- 
lection agent. 

Vaughan, Morgan, insurance a^nt, justice 
of the peace and notary public. 

Waldnm, John H., livery stable. 

Whitaker, L. R., blacksmith. 

Winters, A. O., wagon maker. 



EATON RAPIDS. 
A thriving township of Eaton ooonty, 
containing an incorporated post village of 
the same name. Population, including vil- 
lage, 2,500. 

TOWNSHIP OFnCEKS. 

SupervUfyr — N. J. Seelye. 
CUrk—V>\ F. Stirling. 
Treasurer — A. H. Brainerd. 



ECKFORD. 

A township of Calhoun county. Popula- 
tion, 1,100. Supervisor—Simeon Swartout. 
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EOORSE. 

A township and poet village (Qrand Port) 
of Wayne county, five miles below Detroit. 
It has three stores, one shoe shop, one 
butcher shop, one saw mill, one potash and 
soap factory, &c. Postmaster — A. M. Sal- 
liotte. 

TOWNSHIP 0PPICER8. 

Supervisor — James A. Visger. 
Cfer*— Moses B. Widner. 
TrecLSurer—A. M. Salliotte. 
List of ProDDSslonii, Tradeii) etc* 

Copeland, John, saw mill. 

Clark, George, fisherman. 

Cicotte, Joseph, erocer. 

Emmons, H. H., lawyer. 

Labadie, John, saloon keeper. 

LeBlanc. David, potash and soap fiftctoiy. 

Roulo, Mitchell, hotel keeper. 

Reopelle, H. F., justice of the peace. 

Salliotte, A. M., general store. 

EDEN. 
A small post village of Ingham county, in 
the township of Vevay, on the Lansing & 
Saffinaw railroad. Daily mail. Postmaster 
— Ia. B. Hun toon. 

List of ProflBssloms, Trades, etc* 
Chase, Joseph, carpenter. 
Horton, William H., justice of the peace. 
Overholt, William H., carpenter., 
Snow, Alonzo, carpenter. 



EDINBURO-. 
A small post village of Hillsdale county, 
in the township of Camden. It is situated 
on the Little St. Joseph river, a branch of 
the Maumeo. Postmaster — Alonzo E. Rich- 
mond. 



EDWABDSBUBO-. 

A post village in the township of Ontwa, 
Cass county, near the Indiana State line, on 
the stage route from Dowagiac to Elkhart, 
Indiana. It has one Presbyterian, one Bap- 
tist, and one Methodist church, a large 
Union School House, one Masonic and Odd 
Fellows' and one Gkiod Templars' lodge, 
two hotels, an iron foundry, four stores, and 
various professions and mechanical trades. 
Goods are shipped from Detroit by the Mich- 
igan Central railroad via Niles. Population 
of village 300 ; of township, 600. Daily 
mail east and west. Postmaster — Israel O. 
Bugbee. 

List of ProDBSslons, Trades, etc* 

Aldrich & Sweetland(Levi Aldrich and John 

B. Sweetland), physicians. 
Blair, William G., carpenter. 
Bugbee, Israel G., physician and drugget. 
Brown. Mrs. Esther, milliner. 



Cook, Amasa S., hotel keeper. 

Cox, Samuel, boot and shoemaker. 

Curtis. Mrs. Diana, milliner. 

Flint, Elisha, grocer. 

Flint, Mrs. Alicia, milliner. 

Hewitt, Dethic, justice of the peace. 

Hewitt, Daniel A., blacksmith. 

Kennedy & Haney (Chaunccy Kennedy and 
Albert Haney). general store. 

Erum & Smith (John E. Kmm and Nonnu 
C. Smith), carriage makers. 

Marsh & Son (Austin C. and Enimett)^ iron 
foundry. 

Nickerson, Lorenaso D., tobacco and dgazs. 

Noyes, Valentine, hotel keeper. 

Patterson, Robert, physician. 

Reed & Blackmar (Albertson Reed and Na- 
thaniel B. Blackmar), blacksmitha. 

Rees, Jacob R, general store. 

Schock, John C, harness maker. 

Straw, Austin S., cooper. 

Sweetland, Wallace \V., carpenter. 

Vann, Horace, shoemaker. 

Walker, Clark, cooper. 

Walters, Heniy D., carpenter. 

Watson, John S., furniture dealer. 



EO-LESTON. 
A township and village in MnakMon 
county. It contains three stores, three ho- 
tels, a saw mill and several mechanic shops. 
Population township, 500 ; popalation vil- 
la^, 200. Post office difloontinned. Post- 
office address Muskegon. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICES0. 

Supervisor — Adna Egelston. 
Clerk-^o\in B. Carvin. 
Treasurer — Jeremiah Stanford. 

List of ProftssloBs, Tradea» ete« 

Anscomb, Allen, druggist. 
Anscomb, James, phyScian. 
Avery, Edward M., machinist. 
Carvin, Rev. John B. 
Dill, George, carpenter. 
Dudy, Alanson, newsdealer. 
Egelston, Adna, county surveyor. 
Egelston, Charles, carriage maker. 
Eg«^lston & Sons, blacksmiths. 
Hankey, Rev. John (Baptist). 
Ingraham, John, mill owner. 
Jones, David R., justice of the peace. 
Knowles, Roswell, general store. 
Liggit. William, ship builder. 
Smith, Ellen, milliner. 
Smith, Thomas D., real estate agent. 
Sturdifant, William, hotel. 
Weilhamer, Max, justice of the peace. 
Wisenfield, Joseph, cabinet maker. 

ELKLAND. 
A township and post office of Toacola 
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ELK RA.PIDS. 

A new and thriving post village and 

oounty seat of Antrim county, 843 miles 

north of Lansing, and 894 miles north-west 

from Detroit. Pastnuuter — Henry H. Noble. 

AlVTBIM COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate — Lemuel R. Smith. 
CZer*— Richard W. Bagot. 
Begiiter—mchfkTd W. fiagot. 
TVeasurer — E. L. Sprague. 
Proueuting Attorneu—Jj. G. Wilcox. 
Sheriff-^. W. Arnold. 
Coroner — Lucius A. Thayer. 

I<l«t of ProfDMlons, Trades, etc* 

Dexter & Noble, general store, lumber and 

real estate dealers. 
Sizer, E. W., propr. Cottage House. 
Smith, L. R., real estate dealer. 
Sprague, Elvin L., publisher of Elk Rapids 

ELLINGTON. 
A township and poet office of Tuscola 
county. 



ELMIRA. 
A small post village of Ealamo township, 
in the county of Eaton, on the stage route 
from Battle Creek to Charlotte, 120 miles 
west of Detroit. 



ELSIE. 
A ixMSt village in Duplain township, Clin- 
ton county, six miles north of Ovid station, 
on the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 95 
miles north-west of Detroit. It contaius 
three churches, representing the United 
Brethren, Methodist and Freewill Baptist 
denominations, one lodge Odd Fellows, has 
two stores, one hotel, four saw mills. Pop- 
ulation, 200. Postma9ter—J. D. Sickles. 
I<lst of ProfiDMlonsy Trades, etc. 
Baell, E. W., mason. 
Buell, William A., mason. 
Chase, E. V., physician. 
Cobb, Elijah W.^ stave dealer. 
Craver, Mrs. Margaret, milliner. 
Davis, Oliver, shoemaker. 
Doty, George R., cooper. 
Doty, George R., justice of the peace. 
Dooney, Joseph, hotel. 
Fuller, Curtis R., cooper. 
Gay, E. W., carriage maker. 
Gillam, Charles, blacksmith. 
Harris, John H., harness maker. 
Hunter, Bruce, blacksmith. 
Kelley, C. M. B.. general store. 
Kneeland, JohnB., carpenter. 
Rockwell, Andrew, cooper. 
Sickles, Aaron, general store. 
Starr, D. W., physician. 
Wool, Moses, grocer. 

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EMMET. 
A township of Calhoun county. Popula- 
tion, 1,800. 



ERIE. 
A township and village of Monroe county, 
in the south-eastern comer of the State, bor- 
deriug upon Lake Erie. Distance from De- 
troit, 50 miles. Population of village, 200 ; 
of entire township, 1,400. A daily mail is 
received. 



ERIN. 
A township of Macomb county, bordering 
upon Lake St. Clair. Population, 3,000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Austin Wales. 
Clerk— John F. Eberlein. 
Treamirer — Joseph Williams. 



ESCANAWBA. 
County seat of Delta county, situated at 
the mouth of a river of the same name on 
the Little Bay-de-Noc^ 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — F. Armstrong. 
afer>fc— Charles O'Malley. 
Treasurer— J. N. Hiller. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cfer*— Charles O'Malley. 
BegisUr—Ch&Tles O'Malley. 
IVensurer — J. N. Hiller. 
Proseeuiing Attorney — E. P. Royce. 
Judge of Probate— E. P. Royce. 
Shenff—W. H. Walsted. 

ESSEX. 
A township and poet office of Clinton 
county, 7 miles north of St. John station on 
the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — H. L. Moss. 
Clerh— Myron L. Moss. 
Treasurer— Roland Van Scoy. 



EUREKA. 
A township of Montcalm county, inter- 
sected by the Flat river, which runs throus^h 
it in a southerly direction. It contains the 
important post village of Qreenville. Total 
pppulation about 2,200. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Westbrook Devine. 
C^rA;— John F. Lacey. 
Treastirer — Daniel Barden. 



EYERQREEN. 
A township of Montcalm county, 22 miles 
north of Muir station, on the Detroit and 
Milwaukee Railroad. 
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EXETER. 
A township and post office of Monroe 
coanty, nine miles from the citj of Monroe, 
and 57 miles from Detroit. Population, 
1,000. Postnuutter — Miss Nancy Qoodale. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Barnard Riley. 
Clerk— John Rilef. 
Treamirer — C. Dingman. 
lilst of ProfeMlons, Trades, etc. 

Campbell & Ck).. saw mill. 

Dingmam, C, carpenter and justice of the 
peace. 

Ellis, Wellington, lumber dealer and justice 
of the peace. 

Fulcher, William, lumber dealer and shin- 
gle factory. 

Hill, Rev. Theodore, (Methodist). 

Hitchens, William, justice of the peace. 

Pelton, Jewett, blacksmith. 

Phelps, , saw mill and stave factory. 

Shine, William, cooper. 

FABIUS. 
A township of St. Joseph county, 
latiou, 900. 



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-I FAIRFIELD. 

A township and post village in the county 
of Lenawee, six miles south of the city of 
Adrian, 85 from Lansing and 77 from De- 
troit. The town contains one Methodist, 
one Christian and two Baptist church organ- 
izations, two church buildings, one general 
store, one Masonic lodge, two extensive 
cheese factories, several mechanics' shops, 
etc. A daily mail is received by the Adrian 
and Wauseon stage line. Merchants receive 
their goods over the Michigan Southern 
Railroad, via Adrian. Postmaster — O. H, 
Alger. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Charles E. Mickley. 
Clerk — Nathan Shumway. 
Treasurer — D. C. Tunison. 
lilst of Prol^Mlons, Trades, etc. 

Alger, O. H., general store. 

Arnold, Levi, blacksmith. 
'• Bailey, Alfred and Warren A., wagon mak- 
ers. 

Baker, John, hotel. 

Baker, John S., blacksmith. 

Baker, Rufus, cheese factory. 

Berry, Abram Q., grocer. 

Dean, John J., physician. 

Degecr, Rev. W, W. (Christian). 

Dewey (Marvin, Ira, Samuel and Wesley), 
carpenters. 

Griffith. Rev. G. L. (Cliristian). 
^Grandy, Francis, physician. 

Gussenbauer, Peter,'blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 



Horton, Samuel, cheese factory. 

Livesay, James, steam saw mill. 

McNames, William, wagon maker. 

Millett. William, carpenter. 

Munn, Herman, shoe maker. 

Odell, J. C, proprietor shingle mill and 
dealer in stone pumps. 

Parcell, James, farmer and proprietor sor- 
ghum mill. 

Parsons, Rev. (Baptist). 

Perdue, William, farmer and proprietor sor- 
ghum mill. 

Prentiss, Rev. William H. (Baptist). 

Quick, David, farmer and proprietor sorghum 
mill. 

Rumsey, Isaac, blacksmith. 

Savage & Brinkerhoof, steam saw mill. 

Streeter, William, sash and blind maker. 

Upton, Hugh, blacksmith. 

VanSickles, E.. blacksmith. 

Wesley, Rev. John (Methodist). 

White, A. N., wagon maker and painter. 

White, Zebina, farmer and proprietor sor- 

W^hum mill, 
inship, W. L., justice of the peace. 



FAIRFIELD. 
A township of Shiawassee county, thinly 
settled. 



FAIR O-ROVE. 

A township and post village of Tuscola 
county, 14 miles from Vassar, the county 
seat, and 104 miles northwest from Detroit. 
5| miles from WatrousvlUe, the nearest ex- 
press office, and 18 miles southwest of 
bebewaing, the nearest shipping point on 
Saginaw Bay. The first builoing erected in 
this township was in July, 1852, by Mr. 
Amsy Clay. It contains some farming lands, 
which are being rapidly settled and im- 
proved. It has two mails per week. Pop- 
ulation, 500. Postma^er^Amvy Clay. 

TOWNSHIP 0FFICBB8. 

Supervisor — ^D. P. Hinson. 
Clerk— h. C. Wilber. 
Treasurer — L. F. Hinson. 
lilst of ProfDMlons, Timdea, etc. 

Arnold, Storms, highway commiasioner. 

Bates, Richard, gunsmith. 

Black, G. W., blacksmith. 

Clay, Amsy, justice of the peace and 

claim agent. 
Coo, Ambrose, cooper. 
Croustron, D. E., surveyor. 
Norton, William, saw mill. 
Otis, Orville, liighway commiBBJoner. 
Perkins, L. B., grocer. 
Sherman, Nathan, carpenter. 
Smith, James, carpenter and spinning wheel 

manufacturer. 
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r, Thomas, justice of the peace. 

ing, Alva, cooper. 

ns, D. & A., chair makers. 



FAIR HA YEN. 
lall post village in the township of 
the northern shore of Lake St. Clair, 
•nnected with Detroit by steamer, by 
and Trunk Railroad, and by stage. 
'^, 36 miles by water. It contains a 
c church, a literary society, a hotel, 
Dill and ship yard, and three stores, 
tion, 200. Triweekly mail. Post- 
— Henry C. Schnoor. 
t of Professions, Trades, eie. 
m, Frederick, carpenter. 
, Robert, shoe maker. 
Rev. Theophile. 
Charles A., general store, 
•olbert, boots and shoes. 
L»r, August, blacksmith. 

I, John, carriage maker. 
., Charles, teacher. 

II, Daniel, tailor. 

, Richard, general store. 
Frederick, blacksmith. 
Philip, saloon, 
.lexander, ship builder, 
tephen, ship builder. 
, George, general store, 
r, Henry C., general store. 
)seph, blacksmith. 



FAIRPLAIN. 
wnship and {lOst office of Montcalm 
145 miles northwest from Detroit. 



rARMER3' CREEK. 
all post village of Lapeer county, on 
rnship line road, seven miles south 
eer, the county seat, and 22 miles 
3f Pontiac. Its nearest shipping 
8 Grand Blanc, 16 miles wt^st. It 
s two religious societies (Methodist 
Dgregationalist), also, a hotel, store, 
mill, and several meclianics' 

It is in the midst of a rapidly im- 
; agricultural district, and is abund- 
supplied with timber, stone and 

Population, 300. Postmaster— O. 
k. 

1 of Professions, Trades, etc* 
ck, Jeremiah S., physician, 
^ohn, blacksmith. 
3V. A. (Methodist), 
son, (ieorge R., carriage maker. 
Mark N., general store. 
>rson H., attorney and conveyancer. 
r, John, hotel, 
ared, justice of the jwace. 
S. C, justice of the peace. 
J. N., harness maker. 
Augustus, saw mill. 

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FARMINGTON. 
An important post village of Oakland 
county, in a rich agricultural township .of 
the same name, and on the Detroit and 
Howell plank road, 20 miles north-west 
from Detroit. Population of village, 500. 

FAWN RIVER. 
A fractional township of St. Joseph coun- 
ty, bordering upon the State of Indiana, 
five miles south-west of Sturgis, on the 
Michigan Southern Railroad. A small post 
village of the same name is located in the 
township. Population, about 800. Post- 
ftuuter — Daniel Stewart. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Isaac D. Toll. 
Olerh — Lambert Eckerson. 
Treasurer — Otho Moe. 

lilst of Professions, Trades, eie* 

Ames, Rev. Qeorge A. (Baptist). 

Baker, William, uvery staole. 

Beaumont, J. & £., woolen mana&cturers. 

Cathcart, Rev. William (Presbyterian). 

Eckerson, Lambert, carpenter. 

Finn, Edward, physician. 

Finn, Augustus, physician. 

Knapp, D. D., blacksmith. 

Marble, Albert, painter. 

Moore, C. F., general store. 

Stewart & Alexander, iiour and saw mill. 

Stewart, Daniel, justice of the peace. 

Still well, A. J., carpenter. 

Welch, D. S., justice ot the peace. 



FAYETTE. 
A township of Hillsdale county, on the 
Michigan Southern Railroad, containing 
the incorporated village of Jonesville. Pop- 
ulation, about 3.000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Henry Huft*. 
Clerk— E, A. Babcock. 
Treasurer — James F. Burnett. 



FENTON. 
A township of Qenesee county, contain- 
ing the incorporated village of FontonviUv. 

TOWNSHIP 0FFICBR8. 

Supervisor — James B. Mosher. 
Clerk— Jsjaea Bussey. 
Treasurer — John Sackner. 



FENTONYILLE. 
A flourishing incorporated village on the 
Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad, m Fenton 
township, in the extreme southern portion 
of Genesee county, three and one-haft miles 
from Holly, the terminus of the Flint and 
Holly Railroad. The village is situated on 
the Shiawassee river, which fumishee it 
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with a good water power. Among the note- 
worthy institutions of the place are the 
Fenton Manufaciurinff Company, a bank, a 
lodge, chapter, council and commandery of 
F. and A. M., a lodfe of Good Templars, 
four churches, a seminary and union school, 
three good hotels, about 25 stores and many 
mills, factories, and mechanical trades, also, 
a weekly newspaper, the Fenton Gazette. 
Population, 2,000. Pottmnnter—l^. M. 
Hovey. 

VILLAOB OFFICERS. 

P^e«id«n^-Charle8 H. Turner. 

CUrk-^, W. Wilmott. 

AMessor — J. L. Topping. 

Treasurer — E. M. Hovey. 

Marshal— L. V. Curry. 

Trustees — Michael Ayres. Henry A. Wil- 
lover, Cornelius Bergen, William P. Guest, 
and Benjamin F. Stone. 

FKNTON BEMINABY. 

President — D. L. Latourette. 
Secretary — Rev. Thomas Wright. 
Treasurer — Aked Hirst. 
Principal — Mrs. Rosina L. Dayfoot. 

80CIKTIB8. 

Fentonville Lodge, No. 109, F. and A. M. 
— Meets Wednesiay, on or before the full 
moon. 

Geiiesee Chapter, No. 29, F. and A. M.— 
Meets on first and third Monday of each 
month. 

Genesee Council, No. 17. — Meets Thursday 
on or before the full moon. 

Commandery, No. 19. — Meets Friday on 
or before the full moon. 

Fenton Lodge, No. 227, /. 0. of G. T.— 
Meets every Friday evening at their hall, 
cor. Shiawassee avenue and Leroy street. 

Fenton Union Agricultural Society — 
President — A. Wakeman ; Secretary — C. 11. 
Turner; Treasurer — B. Birdsall. 

Young Men's Literary Society (Sons of 
Mars) — Meets everv Saturday evening at 
Good Templars' Ha'll. 

Eurodelphian Society — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Seminary building. 

Fenton Manufacturing Company. — 
President — D. L. Latourette. Secretary — B. 
Bangs. This company manufactures all 
kinds of woolen goods, cotton batting, yarn, 
etc., also, linscHid oil. 

First National Bank— Preside fit— D. h. 
Latourette. Cashier — H. B. Latourette. 

lilat of ProftMlons, TradeM, etc. 

Adams, Cliarles O., saw and plaster mill. 
Albro, J. P., barber. 

Allen, Nathan P., groceries, books and sta- 
tionery. 
Andrews, Henry S., hotel (Andrews House). 
Arms, Willard B., general store. 
Ayers, Michael, insurance agent. 



Beach & Co. (Hiram Beach and John 0. 

Hare), general store. 
Bergen, C^omelius, Fenton flax mill. 
Birdsall, Benjamin, general store. 
Booth, William W., books, stationexy. 
Broad, Albert & Co., meat market. 
Buckbee, Josiah, general store. 
Bush & Johnson (C. W. Bash and G. John- 

son), harness makers. 
Bussey, James E., hardware. 
Byron, Seth, carpenter. 
Coe & Crouse (James Coe and Robert 

Crous(0, billiard saloon. 
Cook & Conner (O. G. Cook and H. H. Con- 
ner), bakery and eating ealoon. 
Colbrath, William, flour mill. 
Cole, Christopher, J., blacksmith. 
Cole, Yeager & Co. (J. T. Cole, H. Yeager 

and J. M. Cole), wagon makers. 
Cornyn, Mrs. J. K., milliner 
Crawford, John G., lawyer. 
Crapo, Henry H., lumber yard. 
Davis, A. P., lawyer. 
IXjunis, George R., general store. 
Dickinson, Rev. Edward (Presbyterian). 
Dickinson, Miss D., dress maker. 
Downer, Mrs. Mary, brewery. 
Dunham & Barrett (William Dunham and 

A. R. Barrett), dry goods, boota and shoes, 

and clothing. 
Dunlap & Ferbush (J. A. Dunlap and D. Fer- 

bush), druggists. 
Eagan, John, merchant tailor. 
Ferguson & Brown (J. M. Ferguson and J. 

Brown), dry goods. 
Fuote, Ambrose, hats, caps, and furnishing 

goods. 
Fuller, Rev. O. E. (Episcopal). 
Fuller, Rev. O. E., rector St. Jude's church 

(E[)iscopal). 
Fowler, John, cari)enter. 
Grace, Benjamin, grocer. 
Guest & Topping (William P. Guest and J. 

L. Topoing), lawyers and land agents. 
Guest, William P., justice of the peace. 
UankinMon, Mrs. J. £., miUiner. 
Hinckley, R., cooiKjr. 
lline, O. A., station agent Detroit and Mil- 

wAuk(H3 Railroad. 
Holladay, Alonzo M., harness maker. 
Hovey, P. R.. dentist. 
Hovey, W. F., ]>hysician. 
Howard & Bullard, furniture and groceries. 
Judson, Henry, carpenter. 
Kesler, Jacob, general store. 
LaBoiita, William D., grocery and meat 

market. 
L<*Roy, Robert, grocery and saloon. 
liittell, E. S., billiard saloon. 
Mulsh, Daniel, liquors, refreshments, tobac- 
co and cigars. 
Manning & Jonhs (Hiram Manning and 

John C. Johns), blacksmiths. 
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Marvin, Henry, livery stable. 

Mason & Adams (J. K. Mason and E. M. 

Adams), produce commission merchants. 
Mason & Albertson (J. Mason and William 

Albertson), planing mill, etc. 
Mason, D. B., crockery, glassware and 

groceries, Leroy St., east side. 
Mclntee, John, boots and shoes. 
McKenzie, James, merchant tailor. 
Meeker & Anderson (H. E. Meeker and J. 

W. Anderson), grocers. 
Metts, Peter, carpenter. 
Miles, Edwin G., dentist. 
Mills, Clarence L., boots and shoes. 
Moody & Remington (William Moody and 

John B. Remington), boots and shoes. 
Nelson, J. A., general store. 
Padley & Potter (Thomas Padley and Bur- 
dick Potter), harness makers. 
Parkhurst & Jackson, iron foundry. 
Pennock, D. F., physician. 
Perry, Kimball & Co. (Robert Perry, Elias 

Kimball and John Campbell), carriage 

makers. 
Phipps, Joseph H., photographer.*^ 
Piper & Brainard, boots and shoes. 
Pratt, C. S. & Son (C. S. and J. C), jewelry, 

books, etc. 
Richardson, E. 6., blacksmith. 
Kicker & Hurst (George S. Ricker and Aked 

Hurst), Fenton flouring mills. 
Riggs, Henry C, lawyer. 
Rol^rts, A., prop'r Fenton House. 
Holland & Bro., (C. F. and C. J.), marble 

dealers. 
Sheldon, Robert L., general store. 
Smith, R. M., billiard saloon. 
Smith, Thaddeus G., lawyer. 
Smith, W. H. H., publisher of Fenton Ga- 
zette. 
St. Clair, Joseph, ciibinet maker. 
Stevens, Erastus M., justice of the peace. 
Stewart, Jame^ T., barber. 
Straus, Elias & Co. (Elius Straus and Myer 

DinkensiMol), clothing. 
Thurber, Thomas N. & Co., hardware. 
Trump & Wilmot (Edwin Trump and G. W. 

Wilmot), banking house. 
Turner, Charles H., boots and shoes. 
Turner, C. H., insurance agent. 
Yanattar, Henry C, furniture dealer. 
Wakeman, A. & Son (A. and L. B.), produce 

commission merchants. 
IVatePiJ, O. E,, physician, ofBce, Wil- 

mot's drug store. 
Whitcomb, Rev. (Methodist). 
Wi Hover & Hathaway (Henry A. Willover 

and Rufus C. Hathaway), general store. 
l^fimot, Oeorge W., druggist and 

gnx^r, east side Leroy, cor. Shiawassee 

ave. 
Winship, C. & Son, prop'rs Central House 

and livery. 

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FERRYSBURGh. 

A small post village of Ottawa county, in 
the township of Spring Lake, on the Detroit 
and Milwaukee RailrcMul, two miles east of 
Grand Haven. It contains one store, one 
hotel, a large tub and pail manufactory, a 
ship yard, and the Ottawa Iron Works, a 
large manufactory for stationery and marine 
steam engines. It receives a daily mail. 
Postmaster — Gilbert Thompson. 

lilst of ProdMslons, Trmdeii, etc. 

Baldwin, A. M., ship carpenter. 

Christie, George, ship carpenter. 

Develin, George, ship carpenter. 

Eames, Uzell B., carpenter. 

Ferry, l¥illlani If., Jr., Ottawa Iron 
Works, manufacturer of stationary and 
marine engines. 

Grieves, Robert, blacksmith. 

Hayden, William, ship builder. 

Johnson, J. W., boiler maker. 

Merrill, Thomas, livery stable and propr. 
of Muskegon stage line. 

PIERSON, HARRISON C, ship yard and 
ship builder. 

Ranney, D. S., propr. Ferrysburg House. 

Stoebe, Charles, grocer. 

Thompson, G., station agent D. & M. R. R. 
and express agent. 

Toll, Henry J., snip carpenter. 

Willard& Brother (W. F. and G. E.), gro- 
cers and pail and tub manufactory. 

FILLMORE. 
A township of Allegan county. Popula- 
tion. 700. 



FITCHBURG. 

A small post village of Ingham county. 
Population. ^0. Contains a general store 
and several mills. Postmaster— John P. 
Holly. 

lilst of ProftMlonn, Trades, etc. 
Cliase, John C, lawyer. 
Coltson, Allen, blacksmith. 
Cross, Mrs. Julia, milliner. 
Earl, Clark boots and shoes. 
Gee, John, blacksmith. 
Heaton, John, boots and shoes. 
Holly & Brother, general store. 
Holly, .Hennr, lawyer. 
Lawrence, Thomas, carriage maker. 
Miller, I. & Son, saw mill. 
Miller, Mary, milliner. 
Parker, Alexander, veterinary surgeon. 
Smedley, Horace, saloon. 
Woodruff, Stewart, boots and shoes. 



FLAT ROCK. 
A post village in the township of Escanaw- 
ba in Delta county, situated on the Little 
Bay-de-Noc, at the southern terminus of the 

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Northwestern Raiipoad. Population, 100* 
PtMtnoM^r — E. P. Rojc«. 

lii«t or ProfteaslonVf Tradoa, etc. 

Atkinson k Jameis, general itrire^ 

Bald win, E. & Co.^ general store. 

Baldwin. S. C, milrrwid »apt. 

Bo at well, William, photographer. 

Be*rdslee. 0., R. R. freight ag^nt. 

Cheesebroiigh, J. F.^ phvsiciaa and dniggist. 

Dobrenz^i, CliarieSp boot and shoe maker. 

Doeuch, John, boot axici shoe maker. 

Gaynor, E., propr- (Jaytior House. 

Hunt. H. H.p propr. Til den Houae. 

Kaafman, S,, gi?neml merchant. 

Monin, Chftrlee. general merchant. 

MorHiM^n, John, getieral merchant. 

Mnrphy, Mrfin, Michijfnti House. 

Oliver, David, propr, Oliver House. 

Hoyee, C C.^ druggist. 

Hoyce, E- P., lawyer. 

Schenck, A., druggist and physician. 

Strange, C. B,» gijoeral merchant. 



FLINT. 

la the capital of Genesee county. It Is a 
poKt cit? of about 5*000 inliabiranta, on 
both siiiea of Flint river, the centre of a 
rich agricultural section, and the southern 
terminus of the Flint and Pere Maniuette 
HailrrmdH It is also the northern terminuB 
of the Flint and Holly Railroad. It is boiU 
on high, rolUng ground, and has many fine 
business blf>cks aud private residt^nces. It 
has a liiriving trade in lumlw^r. grain, wool 
and general produce. The leading busiuepis 
is iumbering, the hoavHy timbered regions 
on the Flint river and its tributariofl fur- 
' nishing the raw material in unlimited 
qmantitiea. Among the heavy establish- 
menis lie re for the manttfaciure of lumber, 
■aah, doors, bllnd«, ete., those of Gov. (.'rapo 
are the mfjst extensive. Flint contains, 
also, two large flouring mill a, four hotels, 
■ix churches, four iron iV>undries and ma- 
chine »hopa, three weekly ncw«papers, 
about 50 stones, and many professional men 
Rud mechanics. The Mictiigan Asylum for 
the dtaf and dumb is locattS hcro'j a noble 
struct ore. and an institution of which the 
State of MichigHo may well be proud. The 
educational facilitiea of FHnt are up to the 
standard of th«* best in the State. Four 
exeellent schools are in operation, a acieu- 
tlhc iuHiitute, with a mimcum of 5,000 spec- 
imens of the mincmlogicarl, zoological and 
vegi?tjLble priwluctions of the State, a Ijudiea' 
Library Asmx^iatioii, and other literary and 
acieniific societies ► ft has also an agricul- 
tural fliH.^iety, with fair grounds within the 
city limit*, and a luirticnltural society. 

the ftrst settler of Flint was John Todd, 
of New Yiirk State, who, in 18:^0. built a 
tavern and kept a furry near the pres^L^nL 



Saginaw bridge. In Ita earljr history, Flhit 
was known as ** Todd^a Ferry/* It waa w 
corporat«d as a city in 185S. 

cnr oFPjcKBS. 

Jfa^r— William B. McC^reery, 

Eicordfr — Alvin T. Crotman, 

IVeawrrer— William W. Bamea. 

Jfurtikil— Joseph D. Morehoufle. 

VUif AUm-nr^ — Henry H. LorelL 

AMerrtien — Ut Ward — John HawUrf, 
George M, Durand, 2<f Ward — Ot^ii 6ton«, 
Isaac N. Kldrlrl^-e. M Ward — David Foote, 
Sumner Howard. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT, 

Ohiff Mimnettr—Jfim^ C. IX^cket. Id 
Amtfitint — Jofiiah Pratt. 2d AMintant— 
Leonard H. Robert*. 3dt Atvi^M — Abo« 
Randall. Eagk Fire O*. J^^. 1— WilMam 
Hamilton, foreman. Prole^kn Va. M^. 9 — 
John C. Allen « foreman. Fkitnk^ H&ok md 
Ladder Cn?.— George J. W. Hill, foicman. 
E^igk E&te f.h. No, I — Cassias Hendenoa. 
foreman. Proteetwn ffoM Co. N&. 2— 
Fimtik Randall, foreman. 

FLI XT A HOLLY KAILBOA.D COMPAlft* 

Bflfjtrd of Dirfetf^rs — H. H. Cmpo, H. M. 
Henderson, J. B. Walker, Pardon TlUing- 
hasi, J. C. Delano, H. W. Seabui^, Thomas 
Knowicja. 

Pre»id€nt~'U^ U. Crapo. 

Se^rftar^—J. B. Walker. 

7¥rft9iirer — O. L. Denham. 

Office in depot buildings. 

eCHOOLf. 

Iliffh i^/wwj^Bagioaw street, 1st Ward, 
Ekiwnrfl M, Mason, piHimpftL 

ifitum High ScAiW*^ Liberty street, 2d 
Ward, Z. Tnu'sdel, pntmpal. 

mttritt Sehmd, No, 3, M Ward, G. N. 
Van Wormer, prmtipai. 

St. PanVti rAr^i^A— (Protestant Enlseopall 
2d Ward, Saginaw street. Rev. John W. 
Birch more, rtclor, 

Firnt Mrfh^fdiiU EpiWopfti Chnrrh—M 
Ward. Court stivet, Hev. W. E. BIgelow, 
poMffi\ 

St-mml MdhttdiM EpiJif&pal Chftrth — Gar- 
land Hiretjt, Ist Ward, Lev. E. E. Caaier, 
pftMor. 

Prn^fftfriim Chnwh—M Ward, Saginaw 
street, Rev, H. H. Northrop. paj*<Jr. 

Jifiptist r'A'/rr/i— Ist Ward, Hpst Street, 
Ri'v. S. Cornelius Jr., jm^tt^r. 

St. MirharriiChiire^-iVnth€ilkl lat Ward, 
Baginaw street. Rev. C. L. Deceuninck, 
pastor. 

BOCIETlKe, 

GerifSfe VfiUr^ Vommmtderffi N&. 15, K. 
7'.— Met^trt fin tht» first Friday of each month 
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WcuMngUm Chapter, No. 15, R. A, M.— 
Meets on the Thursday on or preceding the 
fall moon, at the Masonic Hall. 

Flint Lodae, No. 24, F. and A. if.— Meets 
on the Monday on or immediately preceding 
the full moon, at the Masonic Hall. 

Oenesee Lodge, No. 174, F. and A. M. — 
Meets on the Wednesday on or preceding 
the full moon, at the Masonic Hall. 

Genesee Lodge, No. 24, /. 0. of 0. F— 
Meets every Tuesday, in Odd Fellows' Hall, 
Eagle block. 

Life Boat Lodge, No. 45, /. 0. of G. 71— 
Meets every Friday, in Washington block. 

Genesee County Agricultural Society — 
Prendent — Chandler H. Rockwood. Secre- 
tary — Francis H. Rankin. Treamirer — 
Harlow Wliittlesey. 

Ladies'' Educational Association — Organ- 
ized February 27, 1866. Meets every Thurs- 
day, at Educational Hall, Saginaw street. 
Mrs. T. B. W. Stockton, President; Mrs. 
Daniel Qark, Vice-President; Mrs. F. H. 
Rankin, Secretary; Mrs. G. J. W. Hill, 
Treasurer 

Ladies* Library Association — President — 
Mrs. H. M. Henderson. Vice President — 
Mrs. L. G. Buckingham. Recording Secre- 
tary — Mrs. R. W. Jenny. Corresponding 
Secretary — Mrs A. Thayer. Treasurer — 
Mrs. J. W. Begole. Librarian — Miss Fmnk 
McQuigg. 

Flint Young Men's Society — President — 
Austin B. Witherbee. Vice President — 
William Stevenson. Corresponding Secre- 
tary — Samuel E. Perry. Recording Secre- 
tary — Byron E. Warren. Treasurer — Milan 
S. Elmore. 

Flin t Scien tific Institute — Presiden t — 
Daniel Clark, M. D. Vice President— MAnly 
Miles, M. D. Librarian — C. L. Avery. Sec- 
retary — F. H. Rankin. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Wolverine Citizen — Is published every 
Saturday, F. H. Rankin, proprietor, Sagi- 
naw street. (Republican). 

The Flint Globe— Ch&rXeB F. Smith & Co.. 
publishers, Saginaw street. (Republican). 

'The Genesee Democrat — R. W. Jenny, 
I)ubli8hfr, Saginaw street. (Democratic). 

MTCIIIG.\N ASYLUM FOR THE DE.\P AND 
DUMB AND THE BLIND. 

Board of Trustees — Benjamin Pierson, 
President. James B. Walker, Treeisurer 
and Building Com. J. P. LeRoy, Secretary 

Principal — Eigbert L. Bangs. 

TtarherH—\\. J.. M. Breg, Thomas L. 
Brown, G. L. Brocker, Mrs. G. H. Brown, 
Miss Sarah I^eRoy. 

Teacher of Music — Lawrence D. Taylor. 

Matron—^xi^. Z. K. DeMott. 
List of Prorei»filon», Trades, etc* 
Adams, Oscar, lawyer, corner Saginaw and 

Kearsley. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS. &0, 211 



All^, Samuel C, blacksmith, Saginaw. 

Atwood, Simonton & Co., saw mill. 

Avery, Charles P., attorney at law, Saginaw. 

Axford, S., physician, Sa^aw. 

Barker, Ripley & Co. (Abraham Barker, 
Royal C. Ripley and Thomas H. William- 
son), boots and shoes, Saginaw. 

BARKER, RUSSELL M.^bhicksmith, Sag- 
inaw. 

Bamhart & Felt (William H. Bamhart and 
Andrew M. Felt), produce dealers. Mill. 

Beardslee & Gillies (Amzi Beardslee and 
Andrew H. Gillies), sash and blinds and 
planing mill. Beach. 

Bennett, John H., saloon, Kearsley. 

Bickford, L. G., justice of the peace, Saginaw. 

Billings, Oeorge ]VI., boots, shoes and 
leather, Saginaw. 

Bishop, Giles, drugs and groceries, Saginaw. 

Blancnard, George H., confectionery and 
eating saloon. Saginaw. 

Boss, Aratus K., crockery, glassware and 
groceries, Saginaw. 

Bradley B., barber, comer Saginaw and 
Kearsley. 

Breckler, Lenhoff & Co. (Joseph Breckler, 
Lewis Lenhoff and Bennett Lewinstain), 
dry goods and clothing, Saginaw. 

Briggs, Joseph C, saloon, Saginaw. 

Brockway, A. W. & Co., bankers, Saginaw. 

Brooks, James E., broom manufacturer, n. s. 
River. 

Broom, Henry, clothing, hats and caps, Sag- 
inaw. 

Burnet & Smith (William J. Burnet and 
Oscar M. Smith), general store. Saginaw. 

Bums, William W., agent Flint and Holly 
and Flint and Pere Marquette Railroads. 

Butters, Silas, hats and caps, Saginaw. 

Callow, Charles, proprietor Waverly House, 
Saginaw. 

Cash & Hazleton (Nathan Cash and Arthur 
P. Hazleton), livery stable, near Railroad 
depot. 

City Hotel, James McDermott, proprietor, 
Saginaw. 

(Thamberlin & Co., meat market, Saginaw. 

Chapin, Andrew B., physician, Saginaw. 

Chapin & Mason (Andrew B. C^hapin and 
Edwin M. Mason), druggists, Saginaw. 

Clarke, W. & J. B. (WUliam and John B.), 
druggists, grocers and booksellers, Sagi- 
naw. 

Clark, Cdnrard, gunsmith. First. 

Clement, John C. proprietor Northern 
Hotel, comer Saginaw and Third. 

Coggins, Martin, meat market, Saginaw. 

Coller, Lewis, groceries and provisions, Sag- 
inaw. 

Comer, Jonathan, bakery and eating saloon, 
comer Saginaw and Mill. 

Conklin, Miss Harriett,dressmaker, Safiinaw. 

Cotharin, B. & Son (Benjamin and John C). 
general store, Saginaw. 

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Craft & Green, blacksmiths, near Railroad 
depot. 

CRAPO, HENRY H., general store and 
lumber manafactarer, n. s. River. 

Cummings, William C, drugs, groceries, 
books and stationery, Saginaw. 

Curtis. , physician, Saginaw. 

Decker, G. & Co. (Grant Decker and John S. 
Lewis), commission merchants and dealers 
in produce and wool, Saginaw. 

Decker, James C, general store, Saginaw. 

Delbridge, John, boots and shoos, Saginaw. 

Delbridge, James B., boots and shoes. 

Denton. James, hats, caps and furs, Saginaw. 

DEWEY, GEORGE M., real estate dealer, 
Saginaw. 

Dundon, William, saloon, Saginaw. 

Eby, Aaron, blacksmith, Saginaw. 

Eldridge, J. N., homoeopathic physician, 
Saginaw. / 

Ellis & Hastings (Charles B. ElUs and Wil- 
liam Hastings), groceries and liquors, 
Saginaw. 

Elmore, Milan S., watches, jewelry, books 
and stationery, comer Saginaw and 
Kearsley. 

Failing &*Haver, blacksmiths. 

Farnam, Robert E., watches, jewelry and 
silverware, Sagrinaw. 

Fenton & Newton (William M. Fenton and 
William Newton), lawyers, Saginaw. 

Field. Miss C. dress and cloak maker. Globe 
building. 

First National Bank of Flint, Henrv M. Hen- 
derson, president ; Eld ward H. ^IcQuigg, 
vice-president ; Austin B. Witherbce, 
cashier. Saginaw. 

Flanders, €. B. & ISon (Charies B. 
and George D.), general store, corner Sag- 
inaw and Third. 

Ford, Robert, merchant tailor, Saginaw. 

Forsyth, O. F. & Co. (Oscar F. Forsyth 
George L. Wateraus and John Andrews), 
hardware, comer of Saginaw and Keasley . 

Foster, S. & F., grain and produce dealers, 
Kearsley. 

Fox & Walker, lumber manufacturers. 

Freeman. Oscar, livery stable, Saginaw. 

Gaines, Thomas, agt. W. U. Telegraph and 
American Express companies. Saginaw. 

Gaines & Hazelton (Thomas Gaines and Ar- 
thur P. Hazelton). tobacco and cigars, Sag- 
inaw. 

GIRARDIN, JOHN P., clothing. Saginaw. 

Gay. Henry II., boots and shoes, Saginaw. 

Gazley. Ward, harness maker, cor. Saginaw 
and First. 

Gibson & Edson (Samuel W.Gibson and Geo. 
D. Edson), livery stable, Saginaw. 

Gold, George R., lawyer. 

(Golden, William, saw mill. 

H.MGHT. JAMES D., dye house. Saginaw. 

llak(*s, Kimball & Co. (Solomon V. Hakes, 
George C. Kimball and Denhani), 



manufacturers of steam engines, mill 
gearing, and agricultural implementB, n. t 
river. 

Hall & Carey (carpentera . and boilden), 
Union. 

Hamilton, William & Co. (William Hamil- 
ton and John C. Cameron), lumber mano- 
facturers, Mill. 

Hamilton, William, flooring mill. Mill. 

Hamilton, William G., real estate dealer, 
Saginaw. 

Hawkins & Brother, saw mill. 

Hazelton, Arthur P., billiard saloon, Sagi- 
naw. 

Henderson, Horace & Co. (Horace Hender- 
' son and Artemus Thayer), dry goods, gro- 
ceries, boots and shoes, crockery, etc, cor. 
Saginaw and Kearsley. 

Henderson, W. C. & Co., restaurant, <^p. B. 
R. depot. 

Heyer, Louis, brewer, n. s. river. 

Hifl, Cary, barber, Saginaw. 

Hill, George W., furniture dealer and un- 
dertaker, Saginaw. 

Hitchcock & Brother, lumber mannfkcturew. 

Hoagland, John, grocer, Saginaw. 

Holman & Farrar (George H. Holman and 
Charles C. Farrar), hardware. Saginaw. 

Holmes & Charles (Frederick Holmes aad 
William Charles), furniture dealers tnd 
undertakers, Saginaw. 

Hopkins, George S , assistant assessor int 
rev., Saginaw. 

Howard, Sumner, attorney and notary pub- 
lic, Saginaw. 

Hubbard, William R., general store, Sagi- 
naw. 

Hunter. J., oculist, Saginaw. 

Ingersoll & Young (Byron IngersoU and 
Henry L. Young), groceries and prori- 
sions, Saginaw. 

Irving Hoofie, Albert F. Draper, propr.. 
Saginaw. 

Jenny, R. W., publisher Genesee DemotraU 
Saginaw. 

Jenny, James A., photograph gallery, 
Saginaw. 

Jordan, Charles, boot and shoe maker, Sagi- 
naw. 

Judd, UleCreery & Averjr (Freder- 
ick W. Judd, William B. McCreery iMid 
C. Lucius Avery), wholesale and retul 
dealers in dry goods, clothing, carpets, 
hats, ca])s, boots and shoes, notions, gfro- 
ceries. crockery, etc., cor. Saginaw and 
Kearsley. 

KELSEY; ISAAC K., grocer, Saginaw. 

Ketchum. Abijah E., photographer and per 
trait i)ainter. 

Kimball, Oeoripe €., supt. Flint and 
Holly Railroad, office at passenger depot. 

Klings'berg, John, restaurant. Kearsley. 

Knickorbwker, Benner, harness maker, Sag- 
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Knight. Alfred, boots and shoes, Saginaw. 

Kyburg & Schram (Samuel Kyburg and 
Herbert Schram), bakers and confection- 
ers, cor. Saginaw and First. 

Lane, S. M.. millinery, Saginaw. 

Lee, Gilbert D., tailor, Saginaw. 

Locy, L. D., dentist. Saginaw. 

Lovell, Henry R., attorney, Saginaw. 

Lyman, , physician, Saginaw. 

LYON & SON, 

(William H. C. and WiUiam H.). real 
estate brokers, over i^^rst National Bank. 

Mason, John, propr. Centre House, Saginaw. 

McAllister, Charles E., attorney and war 
claims agent, cor. Saginaw and Kearsley. 

McCreerj*, William B., collector int. rev., 
over American Express office. 

If cDermoU, James, propr. City Ho- 
tel, Saginaw. 

McFarland, Alexander, saw mill, Saginaw. 

Mclntyre, H. M. & E. W., rectifiers and deal- 
ers in wines, liquors and cigars, Saginaw. 

McQuigg & Hyatt (E. H. McQuiggand F. F. 
Hyatt), dealers in real estate and money, 
Saginaw. 

Miller & Marrish, confectionery and saloon, 
Saginaw 

Marish, Thomas, blacksmith, Saginaw. 

MORRISON, MRS. C, 

Dry goods and millinery, Saginaw. 

Nabors, Lewis E., photographer, cor. Sagi- 
naw and Kearsley. 

National Business College, Saginaw. Wil- 
liam M. Thomas, president. 

NEWCOMBE, ROBERT, saloon, Saginaw. 

Newell & C-o. (George B. and Thomas New- 
ell and Samuel I^ndall), sash and blinds, 
and planing mill, n. s. river. 

NEWTON & HUBBARD (James Newton 
and George Hubbard), hardware, Sagi- 
naw. 

O'Donoughue, Washington, postmaster, Sa- 
ginaw. 

Page, Abraham, boot and shoe maker, Sagi- 
naw. 

PAIGE & KLINE (Frederick Paige and 
Samuel Kline), meat market, Saginaw. 

PABSELL, H. & A. (Henry and Adelbert), 
harness makers, Saginaw. 

Pattemon, \¥illiaiii, banker, Sagi- 
naw. 

Phelps, Henry C, wagon maker. Water. 

Pierce. F. 11. & E. O. (Franklin H. and Ed- 
ward O.), general store. Saginaw. 

Randall, A. A Brother (Abner and 
Frank), carriage manufacturers, n. s. 
river. 

RANKIN, F. H., publisher of the Wolverine 
Citizen, Saginaw, n. s. river. 

Richards, John Z., lawyer, cor. Kearsley and 
Saginaw. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, dcO.. 211 



Roberts, Leonard H., foundry and agricul- 
tural implements. 

Roosevelt, C, livery and omnibus line, 
Kearsley. 

Sage, Alexis, wagon maker. Mill. 

Se>Tnour &. Schram (O. W. Seymour and 
Herbert H. Schram), clothing, Saginaw. 

Slooman, Robert T., tailor and renovator, 
Saginaw. 

Smith, Miss Anna, dressmaker, Saginaw. 

Smith, Charles F. & Co., publishers of the 
Flint Olobe, Saginaw. , 

Smith, Orson W., furniture manufac- 
turer and upholsterer, Saginaw. 

Smith, William L. & Co. (William L. and 
Eli), general store, Saginaw. 

Smith, M. M.. physician, First. 

Spencer & Sachse (James Spencer and Fer- 
dinand Sachse), furniture dealers,Saglnaw. 

Si)erry & Bushnell (Hart M. Sperry and 
George M. Bushnell), book and news de- 
lK)t, jKJst office building. 

Stanard, David, blacksmith. 

Stephens & Brother, sign painters, n. s. river. 

Stevenson, William, jeweler and bookseller, 
Saginaw. 

Stewart, Martin, builder. 

Stocktofi, Tiiomaii B. !¥., produce, 
storage, forwarding and commission mer- 
chant, dealer in lime, plaster, coal, water 
lime, stucco, etc., adjoining Flint and Hol- 
ly Railroad. 

Stone & Burr (Oren Stone and William A. 
Burr), dry goods, groceries and millinery 
goods, Saginaw. 

Strouss, Elias, clothing, hats and caps, Sagi- 
naw. 

Stuart, George, wagon maker, Saginaw. 

Sullivan, Daniel O., general store, Saginaw. 

Sullivan, James, dry goods and groceries, 
cor. Saginaw and Mill. 

SYMONS, THOMAS, book bindery, Sagi- 
naw. 

Taliaferro, William F., barber, opp. Irving 
House. 

Tewksbury, Mrs. H. L., dress and cloak 
maker, Saginaw. 

Tewsksbury, Henry L., dentist, Saginaw. 

Thompson, C. T. & Co. (Claudius T. Thomp- 
son and Benjamin F. Fry), grocers, Sagi- 
naw. 

Tousey, W. H. & Co. (Wilson H. Tousey, O. 
C. Morris), hardware, Saginaw. 

True, William W., watchmaker and sewing 
machine i\gent. 

Turner, Edward C, land agent, Saginaw. 

TURNER, GEORGE H., wagon maker, 
Saginaw. 

TURREL, DAVID, restaurant, Saginaw. 

Van Epps & Baillie (John C. Van Epps and 
William Bailie), crockery and groceries, 
Saginaw. 
Van Houten, Abram, agent, boots and shoes, 
Saginaw. 

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VAN KLEEK, LEANDER W., grocer, Sag- 
inaw. 

Vassault, Thomas, harness maker, Saglmiw. 

Walker, H. C. & CJo. (Henry C. Walker and 
Henry Seymour), general merchants, Sag- 
naw. 

IValker, James B., office cor. Saginaw 
and Kearsley. 

Walker, Levi, lawyer, Saginaw. 

Warren, Thomas, iron foundry, n. s. river. 

Warren, Samuel N., insurance agent, over 
American Express office. 

Wartman, P. G., physician, Saginaw. 

Wheeler, Seth S., dentist, Saginaw. 

Whelan, Morris, tailor, Saginaw. 

Whitney & Wilson (Walter Whitney and 
Hamilton Wilson), marble dealers, Sagi- 
naw. 

Willett, John, physician and druggist, Sagi- 
naw. 

Willett, Mrs. S. A., milliner, Sa^naw. 

William, P. P., oculist, Saginaw. 

Wilson, James C, physician, cor. Saginaw 
and Kearsley. 

Wiuslow, George S., billiard room, Irving 
House. 

Witherbee, Austin B., insurance agent, at 
First National Bank. 

\¥illierbee A, Perry (Austin B. With- 
erbee and Samuel Perry), druggists, Sagi- 
naw. 

Woolhouse, Joseph & Co., painters, Sagi- 
naw. 

Yerance, J. C. & W. H., eating saloon, Sagi- 
naw, 

Yorks, James, painter, Saginaw. 

Zimmermi\n, E. & C. E. (Elijah and Charles 
E.), grocers, Saginaw. 



FLORENCE. 

A small village on the west side of Sagi- 
naw river, immediately opposite the city of 
East Saginaw. It has several extensive 
steam saw mills and salt works. Post of- 
fice East Saginaw. 

lAnt of Proftsalons, Trades, etc. 

Babcock & Co., shingle mill and meat mar- 
ket. 

Barbier, Francis, saloon. 

Bliss, Sailor& Grant, luml)er manufacturers. 

Charboneau, Francis, saloon. 

Davis, Joseph, grocer. 

Gilbert, U. S., (Chicago Salt and Lumber Co. 

Hamilton, John, carpenter. 

Hosmer, Bradley M., shingle mill. 

Kclley. James, saw mill. 

Lewis, T. J., sash and blinds. 

Liby, Henry, millwright. 

Lyclns & Blackmond (W. A. Lyons and 
Francis Blackmond), ooots and shoes. 

Lyons, Stephen R., saloon. 

Merrill & Whittier, saw mill. 

Shaw & Williams, saw mill. 

Shelhaus, George, coojxjr. 



FLORENCE. 
A township and post office of St. Joseph 
county, 12 miles fW>m White Piffe<m, on tiie 
Michigan Southern Railroad. InhaMtantB 
devoted almost exclusively to agrienlture. 

FLOWERFIELD. 
A township and post village of St. Jo- 
seph county. The village is one mile east 
of the Schoolcraft and Three Rivers Rail- 
road, has one church (Baptist), two stores, 
one hotel, one flouring mill, and one saw 
mill. Population of township about 1,200. 
It has a daily mail. PostmoiUr-^. M. 
Fellows. 

TOWNSHIP OFFTCERft. 

Stipsroisor — Joseph Kirby. 
Clerk — Charles Williams, Jr. 
Treasurer — John N. Angel. 
lilst of ProlbMlons, Trmdesy ete* 

Armstrong, John, blacksmith. 
Bartlett. George, carriage maker. 
Bongay, Jacob, cooper. 
Cook & Heckert, steam saw mill. 
Edwards, Thomas J., justice of the peace. 
Flowerficld Houfe, Reuben Shrogg, pn»pr. 
Glednill, William H., justice of the peace. 
Howard, Isaac, physician. 
Ingraham, Norman, carpenter. 
Kester, William S., general store. 
Mills, Francis A., merchant tailor. 
Mills, Mrs. Louisa, milliner. 
Osmer, James, blacksmith. 
Sanford, S. S., general store. 
Thomiwon, William C, phvsician. 
Ward, T. W, & Co. (Thomis W. Ward and 
Peter Owens), flour and saw mill. 

FLUSHING-. 
A thriving village of Genesee oounty. situ- 
ated on the Flint river, nine and one-half 
miles below the city of Flint. 

FOREST. 
A township of Genesee county. Popula- 
tion, 700. 



FORESTER. I 

A township and post office of Sanilac 
county. Population, 1,100. 

FOREST HILL. 
A post office of Gratiot oounty, in the 
township of Pine River, 186 miles north- 
west of Detroit. PostmoHter—B, R. White. 

I«l«t of ProfeMlonst Trades, etc. 
Gargett, James, general store. 
Hildreth, J. R., justice of the peace.. 
Hillver, Richard G., saw and flouring mill. 
McHenry, G. W., hotel. 
Packard, Amasa, justice of the peace. 
Robinson, J. N., general store. 
Weasel, Aaron, general store. 



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FORESTVILLE. 
A post Tilli«e of BMilnD «Mn^, oi Like 



Huron, 27 miles north of Lexington. It is a 
brisk and thriving village of 450 inhabi- 
tants. O^nsiderable quantities of lumber, 
Bhingltts and fish have been shipped from 
there daring the past season, and it seems 
destined to become a port of some impor- 
tance. It contains a Methodist church, a 
hotel, three stores, a steam saw mill, &c. 
PotimatiUr — Isaac Green. 

'EAmt of ProleMlons^ Trades, etc. 
Bedford, Asher, fishing establishment. 
Bedford & Brother, hotel. 
Buel, Jacob, store and saw mill. 
Oinham, William, fishing establishment. 
Dumond, Martin, justice of the peace. 
Green, Imuic, general store and land agent. 
Hamilton, Charles, general store. 
Pagett, Alfred, general store. 
Parkinson, Joseph, fishing establishment. 
Parkinson, Cuthbert, justice of the peace. 
Penoyer, V. G., fishing establishment. 
Reidirath, Peter, boots and shoes. 
Smith, Charles F., hotel. 
Stiles, Albert, fishing establishment. 



FORT QRATIOT. 
A village and newly organized township 
i of St. Clair county, situateid on the shore of 

Lake Huron, about two miles above Port 

Huron, with which it is connected by street 
^ railroad. 

I I^lat of Proftssloim, Trades, etc. 

.' Belyea, David, proprietor Gratiot house. 
J Belzea, W., saloon. 

* Darby, William, proprietor Black Horse Inn. 

k Edffton, Jacob ۥ, dealer in groceries, 

provisions, crockery, liquors, boots, shoes, 

' nails, glass, cigars, putty, paints, oils, &c. 

Edison, P. M., grocer. 

Edison, Samuel, grocer. 

Fitch, Lncius, grocer. 

Fowler, William, meat market. 

French, Robert E.. boot and shoe maker. 

Graham, D. & Co. (Duval Graham and Ray- 
mond J. Wright), general store: 

Hunt, Lewis Cass, Brevet Brig. Gen., com- 
mandant Fort Gratiot. 

McArthur, Alexander, saloon. 

McArthur, M., saloon. 

McArthur, Robert, proprietor ferry row 
boats and saloon. 

McMartin, Peter, proprietor McMartin house. 

Phillips, , dry goods. 

POTTER, H. S., inspector. 

Stephens. Henry, township treasurer. 

Strohn. D., grocer. 

Wright & Graham, grocers. 

Wright, John D., Union hotel. 

Wright, W. J., Gratiot house. 

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FOWIiBSlVII«XiSL ^ 
A post idllase of Handy towMldp, Liv- 
ingston countv, on Detroit and Taiwhy 
st^^ route. It contains one church (Meth- 
odist), one lodge of Odd Fellows, one of 
Masons, five stores, a hotel, and several 
mills and mechanic shops. Population 800. 
Tri weekly maU. Pewfukw^^r— William Pul- 
len. 

I^lst of ProfDsalona, Trades, ete* 

Armstrong, Rev. James (Methodist). 

Benedict £ Taylor, general store. 

Browers, Myers, hotel. 

Carner, Peter P., carpenter. 

Church, Jerome, justice of the peace. 

Collins, Charles L., cabinet maker. 

Fowler, Ralph, justice of the peace. 

Houston, John, blacksmith. 

Heflwndorf, Byron, physician. 

Lawrence, Benjamin W., justice of the 

peace. 
Lockwood & Van Vleet, tin and hardware. 
Moore, Charles, blacksmith. 
Palmerston, George, grocer. 
Palmerston. Samuel G.. lumber dealer. 
Palmerston, William W., saw mill. 
Palmerston, Zenas, foundry. 
Power, Mrs. Elvira, milliner. 
Randall, Ruel, physician. 
Spencer, H. N., physician. 
Si)encer, Calvin, druggist. 
White, John W., grocer. 
Williams, Lambert, boots and shoes. 
Wilson, John B., harness maker. 



FRANCISCOYILLE. 
A small post village in the township of 
Grass Lake. Jackson county, on Michigan 
Central Railroad, 61 miles west of Detroit. 
It contains one store, a Methodist church 
and several mechanics. Daily mail. Potft- 
master — E. Peckins. 

lilst of ProftMlona, Trades, etc. 

Bell, H. C, store and hotel. 

Bell, Mrs. H. C, milliner. 

Fisk, Hiram, physician. 

Godfrey, Peckins & Felt, general store. 

Main, Hudson, carpenter. 

Osgood, Leonard, carriage maker. 

FRANKENMUTH. 
A township and post village of Saginaw 
county, situated on the Cass river, 80 miles 
north-west from Detroit. It is settled al- 
most exclusively by Hollanders, and Hol- 
landische is the only language spoken in 
the neighborhood. PostmoiUr — Christian 
Reitter. 



FRANKLIN. 
A township of Lenawee, 12 miles north- 
west of the city of Adrian. 

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SupervUor — A. J. Hunter. 
Clerk — Samuel Kimball. 
Threasurer Buck. 



FRANKLIN. 
A village in the township of Southfield, 

county of Oakland, five miles from Birming- 
ham station, on the Detroit & Milwaukee 

railroad. It has two churches, Presbyterian 

and Protestant Methodist, one lodge of Odd 

Fellows, one of Good Templars, two g^t 

mills, two general stores, two carriage shops, 

and two notels. Population about 200. 

Mails three times a week. Pottmatter — 

Charles Coder. 

I^lst of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Allen, John H., blacksmith. 

Broughton, Daniel, carriage maker. 

Bryan, Roderic L., carriage maker. 

Bigelow, Jotham K., carpenter. 

Bucl, Julian A., physician. 

Coder, Charles, boot and shoe maker. 

Congleton, George B., carriage and black- 
smith. 

German, John, miller. 

Green, George W., hotel keeper. 

Grace, Theodore, general store. 

Hall, William, boot and shoe maker. 

Kennedy, John D., sal(X)n and grocery. 

Lee, Henry, saloon and grocery. 

Lanning, Hev. R. C. 

Quimby George, harness maker. 

Rust, Albert A., general store. 

Shaffer, William, painter. 

Van Every William, justice of the peace. 

Van Every, Peter, flouring mill. 

Van Every, William, hotel keeper. 

Van Leuen, Jolm W., |)ainter. 



FREDONIA. 
Is a township in Calhoun county, south 
of Marshall. It is intersected by the Not- 
tanosepee river and its tributaries. The 
country is generally level and well adapted 
to agricultural purposes. It contains about 
1000 inhabitants. 



FREEDOM. 
A township of Washtenaw county, having 
a population of 1,500. 

FREMONT. 
A small ]>ost village of Shiawassee coun- 
ty, on the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 75 
miles northwest from Detroit. 



FRENCHTOWN. 

A township of Monroe county, bordering 
u]X)n Jmke Erie. It has a poi)ulation of 
nearly 2,000, mostly the descendants of the 
old French settlers, who still preserve their 
language, manners and customs. 



FRONTIER. 
A post village of Woodbrida 
in Hillsdale county, on the Ohio State line. It 
has two churches, several milla and meduui- 
ics. Hillsdale is its nearest expresB ofliee, 
seven miles. Semi-weekly mail. Po&tmadir 
— Warren Atwood. 

lilst of Proftaalona, Tnidea, etc* 
Calkins, William A., physiciaii. 
Ellis, Joseph, cooper. 
Fitzgerald, William, blacknmith. 
Fre<^, John, saw mill. 
Gibbs. Abel, carpenter. 
Hopkins, Perry, cooper. 
Pettibone, John P., justice of the peace. 
Rogers, Luther G., justice of the peaee. 
Shipley, John, blacksmith. 
Waldorf. Rev. John M. 
Young, Francis D., justice of the peaoe. 

QAINES. 
A township in the sonthem part of the 
county of Kent, containing about 1,000 in- 
habitants, and embracing the small post 
village Gainesville, which is situated on the ^ 
stage route from Grand Rapids to KitUnia, 
zoo, and 13 miles from Grand Bapids. 

G-AINES. 
A township and post villase of Genesee 
county, on the Detroit & Muwankee Bail- 
road, 63 miles north-west from Detroit. It 
is the outlet to a large and prodactive agii- 
cultural district. It contains three genenl 
ston^, one drug sto e, two g^rooeiy stores, 
one steam saw mill, one stave Ikctory, and 
several mechanic shops, etc. Population of 
township about 1,800 ; of village, 850. Two 
daily mails received. Poftmajfer— George 
B. Runyan. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supercwar — James VanVleet. 
Clerk — George B. Runyan. 
Treasurer — Edward 8. Dart. 
lAmt or ProfDSMlons, TraAee, efe. 

Atherton, C. C, meat market. 

Bennet & Stewart (Michael Bennett and Ed- 
ward Stewart), grocers. 

Bromley, Thomas, station agent and tele- 
graph oi>erator. 

Copwell & Ilood (Bella Cogswell and C. H. 
1I(X)(1), druggists. 

Deal. James, harness maker. 

Gale, Franklin, steam saw milL 

Henry, Miss Sarah £., milliner. 

Jackson. Elias, blacksmith. 

McFarlain, Peter, boot and shoe maker. 

Marble and Son (David and Chaviee), boot 
and shoe makers. 

Perkins, James, stave factory. 

Rail, Jacob \V., justice of the peace. 

Runyan, George B., tailor, justice of the 
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Sbepard, Samael C, general store. 
Bimmons, Thurston, general store. 
Tibbies, H. L., maaon and proprietor hotel. 
VanNeas, Peter, hotel and general store. 
VanVleet, James, justice of the peace. 
WWtmore, Charles, blacksmith. 
Williams, William, painter. 

GALESBURQ. 

An incorporated post village of Kalama- 
»oo county .between the townships of Charles- 
ton and Comstock, and on the Michigan 
Central Railroad. It has a fine union school, 
three churches, a lodge of Masons, a flour- 
ing mill, a saw mill, a stave cutting machine, 
about 20 stores and shops, two hotels and a 
large number of professions and trades. 
Population, 1,500. Daily mail. Postmaster 
— John D. Batchelder. 

YILLAOE 0FFICEB8. 

President — A L. Mason. 

CUrk—R. G. Smith. 

Marshal— Jy. A Frink. 

IVustees—D. R. Rogers, L. J. Barber, P. S. 
Ciurmer, Peter Johnson, Benj. A. Wing, Fred. 
Hanover. 

Itimt of Profbs«loiis« Trades^ etc. 

Affleck, Schroder & Brother (James Affleck, 

John and Wm. Schroder), general store. 
Alfred, M. W.. physician. 
Alfred, Mrs. H. N., photographer. 
Baboock, Isaiah J., physician. 
Beckwith, E. & A. D., druggists and grocers. 
Bestor & Lynch (Mrs. S. B. Bestor and Miss 

Isabella Lynch), milliners. 
Bevier, Henry, builder. 
Blackburn, Richard, merchant tailor. 
Brown, H. B., gunsmith. 
Brown & Bristol (G. H. Brown and J. B. 

Bristol), blacksmiths. 
Burdick & Brother (A. J. and Wm.), drug- 
gists. 
Burdick, Mrs. Wm., milliner. 
Burrell & Metcalf (F. R. Burrell and G. L. 

Metcalf), carriage makers. 
Carmer, P. S., harness maker. 
Carter, Mrs. S. E., photographer. 
Clark & Grinnell (A. Clark and C. G. Grin- 

nell), flour mill. 
Cole. Chester W., hotel (Prairie House), and 

livery stable. 
Corey, Isaac, carpenter and justice of the 

peace. 
Corev, J. C, proprietor Galesburg House. 
Curtis & Jenkins (B. F. Curtis and G. R. 

Jenkins), druggists and grocers. 
Dacon Brothers (S. M. and D. T.), boots and 

shoes. 
Daniels, D. H., dry goods. 
Earle, Lyman T., saw mill. 
Earle, Jesse, saw mill. 
Gates & Blake (L. M. Gates and W. A Blake), 

hardware. 



Griffin, Mrs. E.. milliner. 
Harris, D. & C, billiard saloon. 
Holcomb, Horace, general store. 
HoUister & Osgood (E. J. Hollister and A. C. 

A. Osgood), jeweler. 
Howland, S., flour and saw mill. 
Husted & Norris, flouring mill. 
Kinney, Hall & Co. (J. L Kinney, B. J. Hall 

and F. H. Southwell), general store. 
Labbitt, Henry, undertaker and American 

Express agent. 
liynch^ James L.^ general store. 
McCarty, Alonzo N., billiard saloon. 
McFarland, J. W., dentist. 
McFarland, M. Q., physician. 
Meeker, T. G., grocer and eating saloon. 
Morton, Mrs., dress maker and milliner. 
Nichols, G. W., barber. 
PrtU, A. B., merchant tailor. 
Sage & Bestor (L. M. Sage and H. A. Bestor), 

boots, shoes, etc. 
Signor & Reading (Geo. A. Signer and W. 

L. Reading), tobacco and cigars. 
Spaulding, Harvey, wool carmng. 
Stevenson, George, baker and confectioner. 
Stewart & Richardson (E. Stewart and G. 

Richardson, painters. 
Sumner, A. B., justice of the peace and in- 
surance agent. 
Sumner, D. H., lawyer. 
Taylor, William, meat market. 
Towsley & Hodges (Austin Towgley and G. 

S. Hodges), livery stable. 
Wightman, Geo. R., physician. 
Wing, Benjamin A., architect and builder. 

&ALIEN. 
A township and post village of Berrien 
county, on the Michigan Central Railroad, 
204 miles south-west Irom Detroit. It has 
one general store, several sawmills, mechanic 
shops, etc. Population, 800. It has a daily 
mail. Postmaster — George A. Blakeslee. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEBS. 

Supertisor — George Patridgo. 
Clerk — Freeman Yaw. 
Treasurer — James Wilson. 
I^Ut of Prof^DMloiui, Trades, etc. 

Bacon, Herbert L., saloon. 

Blakeslee, George A., general store and saw 

mill, and justice of the peace. 
Comwell. Daniel, blacksmith. 
Derby, John, stove dealer. 
Dowling, John B., saw mill. 
Fairfield, Edwin J., painter. 
Kinnie, Zachariah, justice of the peace. 
Paddock. M. M., saw mill. 
Valentine, William, saw mill. 
Wilson, James H., saw mill. 



QANQES. 
A township and poet village in Allegan 
county, situated on the shore of Lake Mich. 

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gan. It has four stores, one flouring mill 
and saw mill, and several mechanics' shops. 
Until recentlj the trade has consisted chiefly 
of lumber, wood and tanbark, which found 
a market at Chicago. But of late fruit 
growing has become a speciality, in conse^ 
quence of which the lanos have rapidly ap- 
preciated. Population of township, 2,500 ; 
village, 500. Four mails a week. Post- 
master — Elijah Wever. 

TOWNSHIP 0FFTCEB8. 

Supervisor — ^Henry F. Bostwick. 
Cfer*— John Baldwin. 
Treasurer — Jacob Fry. 
lAnt of ProfDMlons, Trades, etc* 

Bartell & Newman, boots and shoes. 
Benson, Rev. Loomis (Methodist). 
Bowker, Silas, justice of the peace. 
Bowker, Rev. Silas (Baptist). 
Bowman, Henrv D., cabinet maker. 
Crow, David, blacksmith. 
Curtis & Munger, flour mill. 
Eaton. Royal C, justice of the peace. 
Goodrich, Asa, physician. 
Goodrich, Chauncey B., physician. 
Grover, Anson, carriage maker. 
Parrish, John, Physicmn. 
Parrish, William A., physician. 
Payne, John, general store. 
Perrottel, Augustus, tanner. 
Rockwell, Giles, hotel. 
Wade, Perez, J., carriage maker. 
Wever, Elijah, general store. 
Wever, Rev. John M. (Methodist). 
Wever, Elijah, justice of the peace. 



G-ENESEE. 
A township of Genessee county, contain- 
ing the post office called Genesee village. 
Population about 1,000. Postmaster — 
William Rodgers. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEH8. 

Supercisor—C. H. Rockford. 
CforA;— Nelson Chittenden. 
Treasurer — William Johnson. 
lAnt of ProfteMlons, Trades, etc. 

Bard well, physician. 

Bingham h Alexander (Samuel Binffham 
and William Alexander), flouring mill. 

Colby, Malvenus, wagon maker. 

Dickenson, Alonzo, wagon maker. 

Ensworth, Dyer, blackooiith. \ 

Horton, Wright J., lumber dealer and jus- 
tice of the peace. 

Hovev, George, saw mill and lumber dealer. 

Huff;'WUliam L., blacksmith. 

Jennings, Williams, justice of the peace. 

Richmond, Martin, blacksmith. 

Woolflit, John, hotel. 



GENEVA. 

A post village of Rollin township, Len- 
awee county ; 10 miles from Hudson, on the ' 



Michigan Southern Railroad, which is its 
nearest shipping point and express office. 
Tri-weekly mail. PoHmaster, Henry Gaston. 

JAmt of Professions, Trades, etc* 

Allen, J. B., saw and sorghum mill. 

Bender, John, physician. 

Bennett, Ashel H., painter. 

Canfield, Ward, hotel. 

Dolbear, Adolphus A., justice of the peace. 

Morley, James, blacksmith. 

Parsons, Goorce C, grocer. 

Putnam, Charles, saw and sorghum mill. 

Town, \\ illiam B., physician. 



G-ENOA. 

A township and post office of Livinffston 

county. Population, 900. Ship goo£s by 

Michigan Central Railroad, via Aim Arbor. 

Postmaster — Andrew Pless. 

I^lst of Professions, Trades, eie. 

Dingier, Charles, justice of the peace. 

Hartman, Henry, assistant collector of in- 
ternal revenue. 

Norton, G., hotel and grocery store. 

Root, R., blacksmith. 

Worth, Rev. C, physician. 



GEOR&ETOWN. 
A township and small post village of Ot- 
tawa county, on the south side of Grand 
river, 186 miles north-west ftt)m Detroit 
The Grand Haven and Grand Rapids steam- 
ers touch at this point each trip. Popula- 
tion of township. 1,100. 

aiBRALTAR. 
A small village of Wayne county, 22 
miles below Detroit, near the mouth of De- 
troit river. It has a good harbor and light 
house. 



aiLEAD. 
A fractional township and post oflSce in 
Branch county, bordering on the State of 
Indiana. It contains three churches and 
several mills and mechanics* shops. Pop- 
ulation, 700. Postmaster— Theron Spring. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICBRB. 

Supervisor — Cyrus G. Luce. 
C^rA:— Robert Purdy. 
Treasurer — Hugh Martin. 
lilst of Professions, Trades, ete« 

Ilanselman, George, justice of the peace. 

Hewitt, N. B., physician. 

Purdy, Robert, justice of the peace and 

lawyer. 
Richards, Rev. H. N. (Freewill Baptist). 
Spring, Tberon, harness maker and notstrf 

puWic. 
Smith, J. A., notary public. 
Ward, Robert, boots and shoes. 
Wilder, Orlando, saw mill. 



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G-IRABD. 
A township and post office of Branch 
M>imt7. Population, 1,800« 



QLEN ARBOR. 
A township and post village, in Lelanaw 
county, on Lake Michigan 24 miles from 
Traverse City. It has three steamboat 
landings at which steamers stop daily dur- 
ing the season of navigation. It is now a 
port of entry — Geo. Ray, inspector. Glen 
lake a beautiful sheet of water, is situated 
n this township, also some smaller lakes. 
Population, 500. Five general stores two 
nills, and several mechanics' shops. Weekly 
cnail. Postmaster — George Ray. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Otto Thies. 
Clerk— A. L. Grandy. 
Treasurer — John Hoft. 

lilst of ProfDMlons« Trades, etc. 

Burdick. Austin B., justice of the peace and 
carpenter. 

Burdick, William D., carpenter and saw 
mill. 

I'ook, William H., general store. 

HLelm, John, grocer. 

!vilderhause, Thomas, general store. 

McCarty & Sanford (Charles McCarty and 
George W. Sanford), general store and 
dock. 

tf iller, Rev. Daniel E. (Methodist). 

iloesman & Todd (Alfred W. Rossman and 
Marquis D. Todd), wood dealers and pro- 
prietors of Central dock. 

Hurtevant, J. T. & Son, shoe peg manu- 
factory. 

Todd, Joseph F., hotel. 



GOODLAND. 

A township and post office in the county 
►f Lapeer, situated 40 miles west from Port 
luron, and 80 miles north from Detroit. 



O-OODRICH. 

A post village in the township of Atlas, 
Genesee coimty. It contains two churches, 
several stores, mills, and mechanic shops. 
Population 400. Daily mail. Postmaster — 
>scar H. Gallup. Express office. Grand 
31anc, eight miles. 

Ijl»t of Prol^sslons, Trades, etc. 

Vylesworth, J. C, milliner. 
?urt, Peter, blacksmith. 
>ew8toe, John B.. carriage maker. 
Ccles, Jesse, boots and shoes. 
**urman, James, harness maker, 
lallop. Oscar H., general store. 
Goodrich. Enoe, lumber dealer. 
I art. Liman H., carriage maker, 
larris, Alonzo D., tailor, 
lartfield, James, blacksmith. 

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Horton, Samuel T., harness maker. 
Mathews, Thomas, general store. 
Menzer, Louis, carriage maker. 

McLiscomb, , hotel. 

Pengra, Charles W., physician. 
Putnam, W. H., insurance agent. 
Roberts, Isaac P., flouring mill., 
Stevens & Co., fanning mills. 
Swart, Jacob, tinware. 
Swart, S.. photographer. 

GRAND BLANC. 
A township and post village of Genesee 
county, on the Flint and HoUy Railroad, 52 
miles northwest from Detroit, and nine and 
and a-half miles from Holly. The village 
contains one Methodist, one Congregational 
and one Baptist church, two general stores, 
two hotels and one saw mill. Population 
of township about 1,500, of village about 
200. A daily mail is received. Postmaster 
—A. B. Miner. 



TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor—Alfred Hallock. 
Clerk— M. L. Curtis. 
Ireasurer — A. B. Miner. 
lilst of ProfDsslons, Trades, etc* 

Annabel, John, hotel. 

Brown, , proprietor Gibson House. 

Cartwright & Olmstead (A. Cartwright and 
W. J. Olmstead), produce dealers. 

Collins, Acil, carriage maker. 

Curtis, Benjamin, iMot and shoe maker. 

Davis, A. Vv., justice of the peace. 

Goodnow, W. F., produce dealer. 

Hallock, Alfred, carpenter, and justice of the 
peace. 

Halsey, D. P., general store. 

Handford, John, station agent F. & H. Rail- 
road, and telegraph operator W. U. T. 

Harris, Richard, blacksmith. 

Howell, Daniel D., boot and shoe maker. 

Marvin, C. 8., justice of the peace. 

McFail, W. B., blacksmith. 

Miner, Rev. H. (Baptist). 

Morrison, George, dentist. 

Morgan, Joseph us, painter. 

Mosher, Rev. (Methodist). 

Murray, R. N., physician. 

Perry & Hitchcock (George Perry and L. J. 
Hitchcock), produce dealers. 

Richardson, D. L., proprietor Taylor House. 

Roberts, Samuel, produce dealer. 

Rock, C. M., boot and shoe maker. 

Sanderson, Rev. A. (Congregational). 

Swoyer, E. A., notary public. 

Shavo, Joseph V., carriage maker. 

Slack, John, justice of the peace. 

Taylor, Joseph, boot and snoe maker. 

Tyler, Miner & Perry (S. M. Tyler. A. B. 
Miner and J. K. Perry), general store. 

Waterous, D. S., physician. 
1 Wells, Theodore, harness maker. 
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O-RAND HAVEN. 
A floarishing village and county seat of 
Ottawa county, in a township of the same 
name. It is situated at the mouth of Grand 
River, and at the terminus of the Detroit 
& M^waukee Railroad, 188 miles north- 
west from Detroit and 85 miles from Mil- 
waukee, which is immediately opposite on 
the Wisconsin shore. It is 110 miles from 
Chicago (by Lake Michigan). The village 
was first settled in 1834 and the county seat 
established in 1888. In 1836 the first steam- 
boat (the Michigan) entered the mouth of 
the Grand River. Grand Haven, inside of 
the pier, at the mouth of the river, is one of 
the l)est harbors on Lake Michigan, and ac- 
cessible to the largest sail vessels and 
steamers on the lake. It has an extonsive 
lumber trade and possesses good facilities 
for manufacturing. It contains three 
churches (one Congregational, one Dutch 
Reformed and one Presbyterian). There 
are also organizing one Episcopal and one 
Lutheran society. It also contains one Ma- 
sonic and one Odd Fellows' lodge, two 
weekly newspapers, a private banking 
house, three hotels, two large saw mills, a 
shingle mill, an extensive tannery, several 
manufactories and mechanics' shops, about 
20 stores of various kinds and several ex- 
cellent schools. Population 2,000. Daily 
mail received. Postmaster — Hollis Taylor. 

OTTAWA COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Jxidge of Probate— George Park. 

Clerk and RegiMer — Herman us Duesburg. 

Tr€4i8V/rer — George W. Woodard. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Benjamin Fleur- 
tis. 

Circuit Court Commissioner — Moses B. 
Hopkins. 

Surveyor — Albert V. Peck. 

iSAm/--Clark C. Bailey. 
Iitst of Proftsslons, Trades, etc. 
Albee, Clark B., tannery, and dealer in 

leather, boots and shoes, hides, tallow, 

lime and hair, Washington, cor. Water. 
Albers, J. S., painter. 
Andres, Ernest, propr. Grand River 

House, also, justice of the peace, Wash- 
ington. 
Angel & Beaudry (William N. Angel and 

N. J. Beaudry), general stcre, Washing- 
ton. 
Akley, Healy C, lawyer and collector of 

customs, Washington. 
Avery, J. C., jeweler, Washington. 
Baird, William, propr. Michigan Exchange 

hotel, north side river. 
Barnes & Akley (James Barnes and Healy 

C. Akley), furniture, W^ashington. 
Barnes, John W., editor and publisher 

of Grand Haven News, Washington, cor. 

Second. 
Beckiel, F., meat market. Washington. 



Boomsleuiter, Peter B., grocery and saloon, 

Second. 
Brouwer H. & Brother (Henry and 

Klaas), general store, Washington, cor. 

First. 
Broui¥er, Henry, notary public. 
Brown, Archey, blackfonith. Water. 
Bush, L., boot and shoe maker. Second. 
Cass, W. M., picture gallery, Washington, 

cor. First. 
Clark, Sidney, livery stable. 
Curtis, B* F*, lawyer, claim agent and 

notary public, Washin^n. 
Danhof, John A., tailor, Washington. 
BeK wak, A. A C^o. (Abraham DeKwak 

and Charles J. P&ff). proprs. of Grand 

Haven Brewery. 
DeVliegar, C, restaurant, Washington. 
Doesburg, Hermanns, notary pablic. 
Donnelly, James P., telegraph operator, W. 

U. T. 
Donnelly, James, propr. Ottawa House, 

Water. 
Duncan. Robert W., lawyerand prosecuting 

attorney, Washington. 
Eastman, Galien, lumber dealer. 
Evans, Rev. D. H. (Presbyterian). 
Ferry Sl (ton (William M. and ThomaB 

W.), bankers and lumber dealers. Water. 
Fiske, Rev. John B. (Congregational). 
Flemming. George, notary pablic 
Fuite & Vas (John Fuite and Frederick 

Vas), general store, Washington. 
Fuite, John, township clerk and notary 

public. 
Fuller, G. E. & E. J., lumber dealers. 
Gale, S., druggist, Washington, cor. First. 
Glover & Ball (Martin Glover and R. Ball), 

carriage makers and blacksndths. Second. 
OrlfHn, Uenrr A, Co., druggists and 

apothecaries, Washington, cor. Second. 
Harbeck, Casper, cooper, Fulton, cor. Second. 
Hopkins, Moses B., lawyer and notary pub- 
lic, Washington, cor. First. 
Hubbard & Miller (George E. Hubbard and 

George W. Miller), ha^ware, stoves and 

tinware, Washington. 
Hubbard, George E., insurance agent. 
Hull, William H., real estate agent. 

Washington. 
Hunting, Isaac H., justice of the peace and 

insurance agent. 
Joy, J., painter. 
Justine & Vanstre (S. Justine and L. Van- 

stre), groceries and boots and shoes, 

Washington. 
Kent, F. & Co. (Frederick Kent and Charles 

T. Payleson), merchant tailors, Washing- 
ton. 
Kersey, G. W., barber. Rice House, Wash- 
ington. 
Kirkland, William, propr. Railroad House. 
McNett, J. B.. phvHician, Washington. 
Miller, D. F., billiard saloon, Washington. 



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Monroe, Dr. S., lumber dealer. 

Ossenwarde, Miss Lena, milliner, Washing- 
ton. 

Pavleson, Charles T., justice of the peace. 

Parks & Akley (WUliam H. Parks and 
Healy C. Akley), lawyers, insurance and 
real estate agents, Washington. 

Parks, William H., lawyer and notary 
public. 

R^eke, Julius, restaurant, Washington. 

Beekie, J. F., station agent, Detroit & Mil- 
waukee Railroad. 

Reenders. Martin, saloon, Washington. 

Rice, James A., propr. Rice House, Wash- 
ington, cor. Water. 

Ricluirds, John, meat market, Washington. 

Rose, David A., justice of the peace. 

Rose, William N., harness maker. Water, 
cor. Washington. 

Sanford, George D., books, stationery and 
news dealer, Washington. 

Sanford, J. H. & Ck)., merchant tailors. 

Schut, William, groceries and liquors, 
Washington. 

Sheldon & Slayton (W. C. Sheldon and N. 
V. Slayton), general store, Washington, 
cor. First. 

Slaven & Safford (M. Slaven B. D. Safford), 
shingle mill. 

Smith, L. M. S., editor and publisher of 
Grand Haven Union, Washington. 

Sprague, Henry, livery stable. 

Stevenson, James A., deputy collector of U. 
S. customs, Washington. 

Pakken, E., gunsmith. 

Vandervene, Aaron D., physician and drug- 
gist. 

Vandervene, Rev. Christian (Dutch Re- 
formed). 

Van Drezer, L., billiard saloon, Washing- 
ton. 

Van Schelven, John, grocetf Washington. 

Wallace, William, lumber dealer, office, 
Washing^n. 

Westarhoi, A., bakery, Washington. 

WESTQVER, C. B., propr. of propeller 
Gem. 

White, Prank H., groceries and provisions, 
Washington. 

Wyman & Buswell (Charles E. Wyman and 
n. W. Buswell), steam saw mill. 



GRAND HAVEN. 

A township of Ottawa county, bordering 
on Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the 
Grand River, containing the flourishing 
post village of Grand Haven. The soil is 
generally ught and sandy, but is peculiarly 
adapted to the raising of fruit, imrticularly 
peaches, pears and grapes, which grow lux- 
uriantly. Population about 2,500. 

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TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervuor — Robert W. Duncan. / C 
C^*— John Puite. 
IVeasurer — Jacob DeBon. 



O-EAND LEDO-E. 

A post village of Eaton county, township 
of Oneida, about 12 miles west of Lansing, 
which is its nearest shipping point and ex- 
press office. It has one church edifice (Con- 
gregational) and several religious organiza- 
tions ; has also a Masonic IcSge and lodge 
of Good 'J emplars. Tri- weekly mail. P&st- 
nuut&r—E. T. Esler. 

Iitat of Proftaalons, Trades, ete* 

Allen, Nathan, general store. 

Babcock & Goodrich (Willard J. Babcock 

and Chauncey Goodrich), drugs, books, &c 
Beacon. Ambrose, physician. 
Blanchard, Rev. B. W. (Methodist.) 
Bigelow, H. L., carpenter. 
Bowels & Wickham (Levi Bowels and J. A. 

Wickham), boots and shoes. 
Brown, Jay H., blacksmith. 
Burtch, Milton P., lawyer. 
Campbell, Winser O., hotel. 
Chad wick, Samuel, justice of the peace. 
Cole, Hiram, dentist. 
Crane & Rossman, harness makers. 
Covey, Calvin J., physician. 
DeGraff, Abram, general store. 
E^rl & Granger, general store. 
Esler, Benjamin T., general store. 
Enos, Mrs. B. H., dry goods and notions. 
Fuller, A. A., boots and shoes. 
Jenne, Rev. Alden O. (Baptist). 
Johnson & Brother, carria^ makers. 
Jones, George, justice of the peace. 
Haywood & Robinson, general store. 
Kents & Hixon, flouring mills. 
Hudson, Miss H., milliner. 
McMuUen, Michael, general store. 
Messenger, I. S., physician. 
Morse, D. J., hotel. 
Pointer, R., meat market. 
Quale, Henrv, justice of the peace. 
Hathbone, lliram, physician. 
Reed & Williams, foundry. 
Rose & Hulce, carriage makers. 
Wickham, J. A., justice of the peace. 
Wareham, Hamilton, grocer. 
Wood & Nye, hardware and tin. 

O-RAND RAPIDS. 
The capital of Kent county is a city of 
about 12,000 inhabitants. It is built on 
both sides of the Grand River, 40 miles 
from its mouth. It derives its name from a 
descent in the river at this point of about 18 
feet in one and a-half miles, and which also 
furnishes it with an immense water power. 
The surrounding country is diversified, the 
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to the eastward is broken and picturesque. 
Before the construction of the Detroit and 
Milwaukee Railroad, goods were obtained at 
this point by the river from Orand Haven, 
and to extend the navigation of the river 
beyond the rapids, the Government con- 
structed a canal around the rapids on the 
east side. The railroad has now, however, 
so far superseded river navigation, that the 
canal is only used as a wat^r power, and 
its advantage is so great to the town, even 
as a water power, tnat a similar one is now 
being constructed on the west side, also. 
With these advantages, it is a matter of no 
suri)rise that Qrand Rapids is the leading 
manufacturing town in the State, and des- 
tined yet to rival our best New England 
manufacturing cities. Its nrincipal manu- 
&ctures at present are flour, leather, machin- 
ery', edge tools, lumber, sash, barrels, staves, 
hubs, ale, plaster, saleratus, carriages and 
cloths. It has two extensive woolen lactones, 
and the wagon manufactory of William Har- 
rison, Esq., is the largest in the State, with 
perhajis the exception of that connected 
with the State Prison at Jackson. The 
trade of Grand Rapids is extensive and rap- 
idly increasing. It is in a rich agricultural 
district, and must continue to enjoy rare 
commercial advantages. It is an important 
point for the wholesale trade to supply the 
wants of the vast lumber regions of North- 
ern Michigan. It contains more than 100 
stores, several banking houses, a commer- 
cial college, four newspapers, 17 churches, 
and six hotels. Among its products deserv- 
ing special notice, land and calcined plaster 
are perhaps the most important. These 
substances are quarried and manufactured 
here in large (quantities. This section con- 
tains also saline deposits. Companies have 
been formed, and salt has been manufac- 
tured here, but since the wonderful develop- 
ments in the Saginaw Valley, attention has 
been diverted to that |)oint. Unlike some 
other cities of Michigan, Grand Rapids has 
not been the favored location of benevolent 
or other State institutions, or great institu- 
tions of learning, but has depended wholly 
upon its own internal energy, enterprise and 
capital for success, and with these alone it 
has won its way to the second rank, being 
next to Detroit in jwpulation and tracle. Its 
educational advantages are an exc<;llent 
system of public schools, a comnierccial 
college, several literary and scientific soci- 
eties, and an enlightened press. 

Grand Rapids was a Baptist and Catholic 
mission in 1824. a French trading post in 
1826, a little village in 1833, an incorpora- 
ted viUage in 1837, and a city in 1850. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Wilder D. Foster. 
Recorder — John T. Miller. 



Treasurer — ^Robert Wilson. 

Marshal^B. H. Baboock. 

(Xty AUorney—W. A. Bobiikfloii. 

Aldermen — \ii ITord— Jalius Hoiuenuui. 
William Riordan. 2d TTarcl— David P. 
Clay, Burton C. Saunders. 3d TTard— Bu- 
Bom C. Luce, S. L. Baldwin. 4M Ward-?. 
B. Day, Joseph H. Tompkins. JUA Ward- 
Charles G. Brinsmaid, Franeillo HalL 

CUUKCUBS. 

8t, Mark*s {EpUtsooaX) Ohwnk — ^Division 
street, head of Pearl. Bey. ^—^ Juslin, 
rector. 

New Jerusalem Church — Comer of Di- 
vision and Lyon streets. Rey. J. N. &mth. 
pastor. 

First Congregational Church — Comer of 
Monroe and Division streeta. Bey. J. Mor- 
gan SmMh, pastor. 

Division Areet Methodist Episcopal Chunk 
— Comer of Division and Fbantain streets. 
Rev. Andrew J. Eldred, pastor. 

First Baptist Church-— Comet c/i Fountain 
and Bostwick streets. Rev. J. Van Winkle. 
pastor. 

Second Baptist Church — Diyiaimi, between 
Fountain and Pearl streets. Rey. C B. 
Smith, pastor. 

First Dutch Reformed ChurcK-^Coma 
of Bridge and Ottawa streets. Bey. H. £. 
Decker, pastor. 

Second Dutch Reformed Ohurek^Bosir 
wick street, between Fountain and Lyon. 
Rev. Cornelius Vandermulen, pastor. 

Methodist Episcopal Churcnr-Comer of 
Bridge and Front streets, west. Rev. L 
W. Earle, pastor. 

First Presbf/tenan CA?*rfi^— Comer of 
Scribner and First streets, west. 

Second Presbyterian Church — Comer of 
Division and Lyon streets. Rev. Good- 
man, pator. 

St Mary's Church (Qerman Gatholie.}- 
Corner of Broadway and First streets. 

Oerinan Methodist Episcopal Church- 
Coraer of Bridge and Turner streets. 

Oernuin Lutheran Church — Comer of Di- 
vision and Bridge streets. Rev. William 
Schcnbacli, pastor. 

True Reformed Holland Church — Justice 
street. 

St. Andrews Church (Catholic)— ^onioe 
street. Rev. J. Kindekins, paMor. 

Universalist Church — Luce's Hall.' Mon- 
roe street. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — Josiah Cook. Assistant 
Engineers — Charles A. Hilton, James A. 
Paul. Foreman — G. Flanders. Alert 
Engine Company, No. 1 — Monroe street. 
Steamer No. 1 — Kent street. Wolverine 
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Unitm School, No, 1— Temple Hill. 

Union, School, No. 2— Turner street. 

Union School, No, 8— Prospect Hill, Cold- 
hrook. 

Ward School, No, 1— Ck)mer of Bridge 
and Division streets. 

Ward School, No. 2— Division street. 

Ward School, No. 3— Fulton street. 

Ward School No. 4— Wealthy avenue. 

BOCIETIE8. 

Grand Ritcr Lodge, No. 34, F, and A, M. 
— ^Meets Wednesdays on or before each full 
moon, at Blasonic Hall, Canal street. 

Valley City Lodge, No. 86, F. and A. M. 
— Meets Tuesday on or before each full 
moon, at Masonic Hall. 

Qrand Bapid$ Chapter, No. 7,R.A. Jf.— 
Meets Monday on or before each full moon, at 
Biasonic Hall. 

2Vr« Council, No. 10. F and A. JT.— 
Meets first Thursday evening in March, 
June, September and December, at Masonic 
Hall. 

De Moiay Commandery, No. 5, F. and A, 
M. — Meets first Fridav evening in each 
month, at Masonic Hall. 

Grand Rapids Lodge, L 0. of 0. F.— 
Meets every Friday evening, at Odd Fel 
lows' Hall, Monroe street. 

Chrand Rapids Gas Light Company — Or- 
^mized September 7, 1^57. Capital $50,000. 
Office and works comer Justice and Ferry 
streets. President—F. B. Gilbert. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer — Thomas D. Gilbert. 
Superintendent — ^Thomas Smith. 

PUBLIC BUILDINOS, HALLS, ETC. 

County Buildings — Comer of Lyon and 
Kent streets. 

Irving Hall — Monroe, near Pearl street. 

Lucc*s Hall — Comer of Monroe and Jus- 
tice streets. 

Masonic HoU—CsjibI, between Pearl and 
Lyon streets. 

Odd Fellows* HaU— Foot of Monroe street. 

Souire*s Opera Hall — Comer of Canal and 
Bridge streets. 

NEWSPAFEBB. 

Chrand Rapids Eagle— {J)9.i\y and weekly). 
Published by A. B. Tumer & Co., Opera 
Hall building, 83 and 85 Canal street. (Re- 
publican.) 

Grand Rapids Democrat — (Daily and 
weekly). Published by M. H. Oark & Co., 
Postomce building. Canal st. (Democratic). 

VaUey City Advertiser — (Workingmen's 
paper). Semi-monthly, by E. D. Burr, 
Canal street. 

Chrand Rapids Stoompost — (Weekly). Pub- 
lished by J. Quintus, 120 Monroe street. 
(Democratic, Hollandische). 

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I<tot of Profteaalons, Trades, etc. 

Allen, C. S., dentist, 2 Canal. 
Allen & Pressbury (B. Allen and B. Press- 
bury), hats, caps, and clothing, 69 Canal. 
Allyn, C. B. & Co. (Chauncy B. Allyn and 

Manning D. Birge), dry goods. 41 Monroe. 
Amsbury & Norton (William Amsbury 

and Christopher Norton), meat market, 98 

Monroe. 
Angell, Oawford, sgent American Express 

Co., Pearl, comer Canal. 
Arbour, Benjamin P., harness maker, 

Huron. 
Ashl^, William, jr., lawyer, 8 Monroe. 
ATWATER, LUMAN R., general insurance 

and real estate agent, 25 Canal. 
Ball & Reeves, attomeys at law, 4 Ball's 

block, corner Canal and Pearl. 
BALL & McKEE (John Ball and James H. 

McKee), lawyers and land agents, 18 

Monroe. 
BALL, S. S., livery and exchange stable, 

Waterloo. 
Barstow, Haley F., real estate agent, 27 

Canal. 
Baxter, Edwin, daim and insurance agent, 

19 Canal. 
Becker, John, saloon, 105 Monroe. 
BEMENT, LEONARD, lawyer and justice 

of the peace, cor. Monroo and Pearl. 
Bemis, William, grocer, 97 Monroe, 
Benedict, Edwani D., manager Western 

Union Tele^ph, office, 5 Canal. 
Bentley, William, stave factory and cooper 

shop, Water, west side. 
Berkey Bros. & Co. ( W. A. & J. Berkey, E. 

Mather and George W. Gay), manufac- 
turers of and wholesale dealers in furni- 
ture, 117 Canal. 
Berles, Franz, grocer, Bridge, cor. Tumer, 

west side. 
Bissell, O. J., physician, Fremont block, 

Monroe. 
BLACK & BARTH, hoop skirts and corsets, 

35 Monroe 
Black, Herman, clothing, 18 Canal. 
Bleake, Oliver, groceries and liquors, 102 and 

104 Monroe. 
Boardman, Francis D., lawyer, cor. Monroe 

and Pearl. 
BONNEY & HAWKINS (Oris Bonney and 

Joseph Hawkins), manufacturers and 

wholesale dealers in all kinds of wagon 

and carriage spokes, 44 Mill. 
Botsford, A. H., physician, 20 Monroe. 
Boxheimer & Co., bowling saloon, 17 Bridge. 
Bradford, Arona, fruit and confectionery, 5 

Monroe. 
Brady, John, physician, Postoffice block. 
Brandt. George & Co., brewery. Division. 
Bridge Street House, cor. Bridge and Kent, 

Frank Boxheimer, propr. 
Bristol, , physician, cor. Canal and 

Huron. 
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Brinsmaid, Heniy, watchmaker, 29 Monroe. 
Bronson Hotue, cor. of Canal and Bronson, 

R. CiunmingB, propr. 
Brown & Foster, saddleij and carriage 

hardware, 25 Canal. 
Buddington & Tomham, manu&ctarers of 

cabinet ware and chain, Erie. 
Bnell, Lorenzo, city drug store, Ledyard 

block, Monroe. 
Borchard, Carloe, clothing, foot Monroe. 
Borrooghs & Tathill (William P. Burrongbs 

and William N. Tuthill), clothing, 20 

Monroe. 
Butterworth, Richard E., propr. Grand 

Rapids Iron Works and oil refinery, 

Huron and Canal. 
Button, D. F., cooper shop, Water, west 

side. 
Button, L., groceries, provisions and feed 

store, Bridge, west side. 
Cady & Parks (E. H. Cady and R. S. Parks), 

grading and paving company, 21 Monroe. 
Cadjr, W. R., livery stable, 46 Justice. 
Canal Street Home, east side Canal, 

Peter Weber, propr. 
Campanella, G., barber, Monroe, 
Cappon, Bertsch & Co. (I. Cappon, J. Bertsch, 

William Cartwright and A. D. Noble). 

tanners and dealers in leather, hides and 

findings, 02 Canal. 
CARY, A. X. & CO. (Alfred X. Cary and Rob- 

ert M. Collins), manufkcturers of flour 

and dealers in oats, com, salt and water 

lime. Mills at Cannon, office, 80 Monroe. 

CAULPIELD, JOHN, 

Wholesale and retail dealer in groceries, 
wines and liouors, 88 Canal. 

Champlin, J. W., lawyer, 2 Canal. 

Chapman. William, baker and grocer, Bridge, 
cor. Lincoln, west side. 

Chubb, Archibald L.. foundry and machine 
shop, and manufacturer of agricultural 
implements, 87 Canal. 

Chipman, , physician, 2 Canal. 

Chubb, A. L., agricultural warehouse, man- 
ufactory. Water street, w. s. 

Churehill, Mrs. J., milliner and dressmaker. 
Bridge, w. s. 

Chute, Charles, carpenter. Water. 

Christ, O. & C, brewery, 98 and 95 Ottawa. 

nty National Bank, Thomas D. Gilbert, 
president ; William B. Ledyard, vice-pre- 
sident ; J. F. Baars, cashier, Monroe, cor. 
Justice. 

Crawford & Brenan (William Crawford and 
John Brenan), blacksmiths, Lewis. 

Clark, Frances, ornamental hair work. 
Luce's block, up stairs. 

Clark, M. H. & Co., publishers of the Grand 
Rapids Democrat, poet office building, 
Canal. 

Clark, Simon, grocer, 96 Monroe. 



Clay, D. P., manu&ctorer of wooden bowli) 
rolling pins and potatoe maahera^ e. %. 

Cobb, George W., eating nlooii* 29 Monroe. 
Coffinberry, Wright L., Atj muTejor, 19 

Canal. 
CLINTON, JOSEPH S.. meat market, 118 

Monroe. 
Cole k Seiffel (William Cole and Hamlin 

Seigel), clothing and dry goods, 2 Peazi 

and 4 Canal. 
Cole & Brother rWilnie and Edwin), boots 

and shoes, 20 Canal. 

Coman. R. & Co. (Rollin Coman and WmSam 

O. Hubbard), tanners and dealers in leatli- 

er and findings, 59 Canal. Tannery tt 

Lamont, Ottawa county. 

GOMSTOGE,D.B.&;PABES. 

(D. B. Comstock and William R. Parks), 

wholesale Yankee notions, 87 Monroe. 
Comstock, C. C, manu&cturerof wooden 

ware. Canal. 
CONGDON & HILL (George R. Confidon 

and John Hill), proprietors of Grand Rap- 
ids Lime WorlLs, and dealers in water 

lime, hair, and reapers and mowers, S5 

Canal. 
Conant, John H., agent Wheeler & Wilson's 

sewing machine, 29 Monroe 
Cook, Gilbert, ffroceries and prtnisionB, oor. 

Kent and Brmge. 
Cordes, F. W., grocer, 89 CanaL 
Crosby, J. S. k Son (James S. and Morde- 

cai), general fire and life insurance agents, 

13 Canal. 
CURRIER & BEEBE (Arthur W. Currier 

and Charles A. Beebe), book binders and 

paper box manufacturers, Central \AwSk, 

Canal. 
Daily, Henry, wagon maker, Waterloo. 
Dart, Elijah, cooper shop. 
Day, F. B.. pump manufacturer. Mill. 
Deane. G. S. & Son (G. S. and Charlea H.), 

agricultural works, 103 Canal, cor. Bridge. 
Deary, Thomas, blacksmith, cor. Justice and 

Lewis. 
De C'amp, William H., physician, Post offios 

block. 
De Jonge Brothers (Hendrikus and Jaoo> 

bus), flour and feed, 1(19 Monroe. 
De Long, Moses, boot and shoe maker. 

Bridge, w. s. 
De Long & Bennett (A. H. De Long and J. 

D. Bennett), tinshop. Bridge, cor. Water, 

w. s. 
Denisun & Williams (William C. Denison 

and Ransalner Williams), agricultural im- 

plementH. (50 Monroe. 
De Puy, Linas, physician, 38 Monroe, up 

stairs. 
De Vlieger, B. & Sons (Bartle, John D. and 

Bartle, Jr.), grocers. 83 Monroe. 



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A. C. Panons, A. M., President. 

B. Chipman, Principal of business depart- 
ment, and leetorer on commerdal law. 

Joseph Welton, assistant in business de- 
partment. 

C. G. Swenesberg, Principal of theory de- 
partment, and instructor in business and or- 
namental penmanship. 

IMkeman & Parks (Aaron IMkeman and 
Samuel D. Parks), watchmakers, 7 Canal. 

Dodge, Leonard, grocer. 111 Monroe. 

Doormink. Steketee & Brother (John Door- 
mink, Paul and George Steketee), cloth- 
ing, dry goods, hats, caps and Yankee no- 
tions. 55 Monroe. 

Darhaiii, Randall A Co. (Silas Dur- 
ham and Elias P. Randall), grocers and 
provision dealers, 6 Monroe. 

Dykema. Peter, flour and feed dealer, 101 
Monroe. 

Dykema & Brother (John and Cornelius), 
grocers, 108 Monroe. 

EAGLE HOTEL, cor. Waterloo and Louis, 
Arthur R. Antisdel, propr. 

Earle, John E. (John E. and J. Edward), 
Kent Woolen Mills, Mill. 

Eaton & Canfield (E. G. Eaton and Charlie 
Canfield), watchmakers and jewelers, 22 
Monroe. 

Eggleston, James M., sash, blinds, mould- 
ings, and wash boards, 44 Mill. 

Ellis, E. R., homoeopathic physician, 18 
Fountain. 

Ellis. , physician, 10 Canal. 

Emmer, Joseph, wagon maker and black- 
smith, cor. Bronson and Kent. 

Eseott, Edward B., druggist, 61 
Canal. 

Escott, Henry, druggist. Bridge, w. s. 

Esvelt, Andrew, jCTOcer, 119 Monroe. 

Eten, William, Tonsorial Room, under Eten 
& Canfield's store, Monroe. 

FELTZER & BOSCH (George P. Feltzer 
and Gerrit Bosch), custom tailors, 40 Mon- 
roe. 

Ferris, Jacob, lawyer. Post office block, cor. 
Camd and Lyon. 

Ferris, William, saw mill and lumber dealer, 
Canal. 

Fiebig & Rathman (Henry Fiebig and Ju- 
lius Rathman), carriage makers and black- 
smiths, 222 Canal. 

l^ncklar, Joseph, groceries and provisions, 
cor. Canal and Bridge. 

FINN, PATRICK, propr. Union House, 
opp. R. R. depot. 

First National Bank of Grand Rapids, Mar- 
tin L.Sweet, president; Solomon L.Withey, 
vice-president; Harvey J . Hollister, cashier, 
cor. Canal and Pearl.* 

Fitch & Cnark (J. O. Fitch and C. D. Qark), 
carriage manufacturers, 29 Waterloo. 

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Sltch, George C, carriage manqfactnreni, 84 

Division. 
Fitch, E. C, painter. Stocking. 
Folger, J. B., bakery. Bridge, w. s. 
Foot, Thaddieus, attorney at law, 17 Canal. 
Foster, Wilder D., hardware, stoves and 

tinware, Monroe. 
Fox Brothers (Leonard and Cornelius), 

grocers, 115 Monroe. 
Fox, L. & C, sign painters. 
Franklin, Henry, ready-made clothing, cor. 

Pearl and Monroe. 

FRALIGE, HENRT, 

Dry goods, carpets, etc., 60 Monroe. 
Frazer, Tavlor & Co., notions, etc., Monroe. 
Frazer & Taylor (William Frazer and ElUs 

Taylor), clothing, furnishing goods and 

Yankee notions, 76 Canal. 
Fuchbach, Charles, saloon, 7 Bridge. 
Gage, A., livery stable, 21 Kent. 
Gallup, James, druggist, 6 CanaL 
Gano & Ball (Jesse (Hno and Byron D. Ball), 

ship yard, w. s. of river. 
Garlock, Alfred, physician. Luce's block, up 

stairs. 
Gelock & Heinzelman (John Gelock and 

Charles Heinzelman), blacksmiths, Water- 
loo. 
Gibson, Richard, saloon, Waterloo. 
GiddiuCT, Van Every k Co. (John Giddings, 

G. W. Van Every and John C. Christen- 

sen, meat market, 04 Canal. 
Godfrey. J. F. & Co. (John F. Godfiroy and 

Cleophus A. Moross), general store, 02 

Canal. 
GILBERT, THOMAS D., president City 

National Bank and secretarv Grand Rapi& 

Gas Light Co., Luce's block. 
GILBERT, FRANCIS B.. president Grand 

Rapids Gas Light Co., Luce's block. 
Goodrich & Carpenter (Phillip M. Goodrich 

and Norman J. Carpenter), hardware, 18 

Canal. 
GODFREY, F. & BROTHER. (Freeman and 

Silas F.), Florence Mills, land and calcined 

plaster, 80 Monroe. 
G(X)dwin, G. Chase, lawyer, 10 Canal. 
Gould & Hibbard (G. A. Gould and H. H. 

Hibbard), broom factory. Front, w. s. 

Grand Rapids Business College 

A. C. Parsons, A. M., president, Monroe. 

Grand Rapids Democrat (Daily and Weekly), 
Post ofBce building. Canal. 

GRAND RAPIDS EAGLE (Daily and Week- 
ly), Open Hall building. 83 and 85 Canal. 

Grand Rapids Plaster Co., William L. Hovey, 
agent, 21 Canal. 

Grand Rapids SUnnn PoH, J. Quintus, pub- 
lisher, 20 Monroe. 

Grand Rapids Street Railway Co., office 
Waterloo. 

GRAY, GEORGE, lawyer. Rood's block. 
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Green, Hezekiah, carpenter, Fulton. 

Green, William & Co., manufacturers of 
broom handles, fanning mills, milk safes, 
cutting boxes, washing machines clothes 
bars, etc.. Canal. 

GRINNELL. HENRY & CO. (Henry Grin- 
nell and John W. Squires), Kent Mills, 
83 Canal. 

Griswold & Eggleston, attorneys at law, 
over Frst National Bank. 

Grove, J. F., physician, 6 Canal. 

Gunn, William S., hardware, cor. Monroe 
and Waterloo. 

Hadden & Brother (G. C. and D. T.), paint- 
ers. No. 1 Bridge, cor. Canal. 

Hake, A. M., wholesale wines and liquors, 
58 Canal. 

HALDANE & JEWETT (William Hal- 
dane and Henry Jewett), furniture dealers 
and undertakers, 11 Canal. 

HALL & COX (Edward C. Hall and Wil- 
liam Cox), proprietors of Valley City File 
Works, Erie, near Canal. 

Hall, B & Co. (Buries Hall and John Bell- 
man), dealers in hides and pelts, 107 Mon- 
roe. 

Hanchott, B. S., steamboat agent, cor. Mon- 
roe and Pearl. 

HarrUon, William, manufacturer of 
lumber wa^ns, 25 Mill e. s., and 46 Front, 
w. s. river. 

HATHAWAY & LYON (C. W. Hathaway, 
and J. D. Lyon), manufacturers of broad 
and narrow axes, edge tools, etc.. Mill. 

Hartz, Bernard, saloon, 78 Canal. 

Hart, Jacob, tailor, P. O. block. 

Heath, Frederick G., photographer, Fre- 
mont block, Monroe. 

Herrick, Geo. D., life insurance agent. Canal. 

HENDRICKS, ABRAM, restaurant, 87 
Mcmroe. 

Henderson, Charles H., physician, Rood's 
block. 

Hi^hwarden, Joshua, barber, Rathbun 
House. 

Hill, C. Edward, wholesale and retail gro- 
cers, 27 Canal. 

Hill, L. S., hats, caps and jewel tt, 74 Canal. 

Hinman, Mrs. Ellen M., dress and cloak 
maker, 46 Monroe. 

Hinsdill Brothers & Co. (Henry M. Hinsdill, 
Chester B. Hinsdill and John B. White), 
booksellers and stationers, 22 Canal. 

Hodenpyl & Herkner, jewelry and musical 
instruments, 89 Monroe. 

Hogden, William, painter. Justice. 

Holden & Dewey (E. Gregg, D. Holden and 
H. E. Dewey), general i^urance agents, 
10 Canal. 

HOLMES & BALLARD (John I. Holmes and 
Stephen Ballard), attorneys at law, Fre- 
mont block, Monroe. 

Hoover, Miss, dressmaker, 60 Canal. 

Horton, O. W., photographer, 41 Monroe. 



Honseman, Alsberc 4k €}•• (Jidim 

Houseman, Albert Alsberg and Joseph 

Houseman), merchant tatlon and deakfs 

in clothing, 15 PearL 
Hovey, WUliam, tuperintendent Giand 

Rapids Plaster Company. 
Hovey. William, cooper shop. Water, w. a 
Hughes, George W. & Co. (George W. 

Hughes, Jolm Whitmore and Marshall 

S. Lord), stave and heading laetoiy. 

Water. 
Hunt, Mrs. A. M., drees and cloak maker, 

P. O. block, cor. Canal and Lyon. 
Huntley, CoUar & Co. (G. M. Hontl^, Alkm 

P. Collar, Charies P. Colkins, Robert and 

Charles Hilton), proprieton of Valley Oty 

woolen mills. Mill. 
HUNTLEY, EMMONS R., meat maiket, 

89 Monroe. 
JACOBOICE, JOSEPH, machine shop. 

steam engines, and all kinds of mill work 

repairing, etc. done to order, Ganal, near 

Bridge. 
Jansen, P. A., vinegar works, 130 Ottawa. 
Jarvis, Homer B., hatter, Monroe. 
Johnscm & Chamberlin (H. M. Johnson and 

J. L. Chamberlin), wholesale and retail 

grocers, 25 Monroe. 
Johnson, Charles H., druggist, 10 GanaL 
Johnson, George K., phyScian, 43 Monroe. 
Jones & Parkingham (Joab Jones and 

Charles Parkingham, blackamitha^ Bran- 
son, between Canal and Kent. 
Kalmhach, J. G. & Co. (John G. & Godfrey), 

boots and shoes, Monroe. 
Kellenger, Christian, saloon, 18 Bronson. 
Kendall & Ball (Eu^ne M. Kendall and 

Orson A. Ball), clothing, 19 Monroe. 
Kendall, J. & Co. (John and C. F. Ken- 
dall), dry goods, millinery and notions. 

52 Monroe. 
Kennedy, James M., livery stable, cor. 

Fountain and Greenwich. 
KENYON, FRANCIS, grocer, 85 Monroe. 
Ketchum, Mrs. milliner, 6 Canal. 
Keyes, S. H., clock repairer, w. s. Ottawa. 
KIngfiburjr, S. C, general land, tax 

and insurance agent, foot Monroe. 
Kingsley, Mrs. S. H., ladies furnishing goods 

and millinery, 37 Monroe. 
Kirby, E. W., jeweler, 40 Monroe. 
Knight, Perry, cooper. 220 Canal. 
Krekel & Bertsch (F. Krokel and C. Bertsdi), 

boots and shoes, 26 Monroe. 
Kruger & Booth, liarness makers, Monroe. 
Kruse, Joseph, groceries and provisions, n.a 

Coldbrook. 
Ku]>penheimer, H., tobacco and dgara, 69 

Canal. 
Kriitz, Charlie, boot and shoe maker, 224 

Canal. 
Kuteche & Verdier (W. P. Kutsche and 

J. A. S. Verdier), hardware, stoves and 

tinware, 88 Ganal. 



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Kll«tar0r, Philip, wholesale and re- 
tail grocer, 18 Pearl. 

Koflterer, Cbriatopher, proprietor of City 
Breweiy, 42 Bridge. 

Lamperter, George, meat market, 11 Bridge. 

Larawaj, William, marble works, cor. Jus- 
tice and Monroe. 

Lawrence, Charles, tobacco and cigars. 
Bridge, w. s. 

Leffingwell, C. W., attoney and war claim 
agent. 

Lehman, Gteorge, restaurant, 90 Canal. 

Leitelt, A. & Brother (Adolph and Edward), 
engineers and machinists, Erie. 

Ll^ON & DIXON (David Lemon and 
Thomas Dixon), restaurant, 6 Canal. 

Leonard, Heman, groceries, crockery, hard- 
ware, 17 Monroe. 

Letellier & Robinson (F. Letellier and J. S. 
Robinson, plaining mill and sash, door 
and blind manufacturers, cor. Canal and 
Trowbridge. 

Lewis, Morgan, eating saloon, cor. Waterloo 
and Louis. 

Loettgert, Frederick, dealer in fancy goods, 
15 Monroe. 

Loomis, Bfayhew & Co. (Robert B. Loomis, 
Abijah L. Mayhewand William M. Clark), 
mannfttcturers of and wholesale and re- 
tail dealers in boots and shoes, 24 Canal. 

Love, Robert N., cooper shop, cor. Kent and 
Trowbridge. 

Lace, Ransom C, dry goods, 54 Monroe. 

Lather, William T., carpenter, 44 Mill. 

Lyman, James, eeneral merchant, 48 Monroe. 

Lynde, Frank i ., baker and confectioner, 
94 Monroe. 

Mapes, Samuel H., watch maker and jeweler, 
8 Canal. 

Marsh, Mrs. C. M., millinery, Monroe. 

Martin, E., grocer, 75 Canal. 

Martin, Lewis, general store, Front, w. s. 

Mattison, Faanklin. harness maker, 58 Canal. 

Mayer & Pennell (F. L. Mayer, and E. H. 
Pennell^, cigars and tobacco, 28 Monroe. 

McConneli, William H., hardware, stoves, 
&c, Monroe. 

MeConnell, John, hardware, 78 Canal. 

McCune, Edward, saloon. Bridge, w. s. 

Mc&Cahon, Patrick, boots and shoes, 88 
Monroe. 

McNAUGHTON & HORTON (Daniel 
McNaughton and Erastus J. Horton), 
groceries, 58 Monroe. 

McReynolds, Andrew T., U. S. District At- 
torney, Ball's block. 

McWharter & Mosely (F. M. McWharter 
and T. C. Mosely), boots and shoes, 28 
Canal. 

Meeker, William D., dry goods, 86 Monroe. 

Merrill, L A., photographer, 15 Monroe. 

Michigan House, cor. Justice and Lewis, 
Jacob Nagele, proprietor. 

Miller & Rogers (James Miller and James A. 
Rogers), lawyers, 39 Monroe. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, ^0., 81 1 



Miles & Owen (Theodore Miles and William 
Owen), house furnishing goods and furni- 
ture, 71 Monroe. 

MiUer & Wilson (John T. Miller and James 
B. Wilson), attorneys at law, 19 CanaL 

Miller, G. B., physician, 19 Canal. 

Montague, Lottie C, millinery, Fremont 
block, Monroe. 

Moore & Ward (Edwin Moore and Nathan 
D. Ward), wholesale and retail dealers in 
pianos, melodeons, music, &c., 8 Canal. 

Moore & Ward, agents Grover and Baker 
sewing machine, 46 Monroe. 

Morgan, J. H., dentist, 6 Canal. 

MOHL, EDWARD & CO. (Edward Mohl and 
Hugo Schneider}, manufacturers and deal 
ers in cigars ana tobacco, 11 Pearl. 

Mohrard £ Pile (John Mohrard and John 
Pile), meat market, Bridg^e, cor. Lincoln, 
ivest side 

MOON & MANGOLD (J. B. Moon and John 
Mangold), proprietors of Valley City 
Mills. 

Morgan, Hugh, groceries, provisions, etc., 98 
Canal. 

Morgan, Geo. H. & Co. (Geo. H. Morg[an and 
Geo. H. Chapman), manufacturers, jobbers 
and retailers of boots and shoes, 47 Mon- 
roe. 

MORMAN, WILLIAM, lime, hair, lath, 
water lime, etc., 53 Canal. 

MORRISON, JEFFERSON, grocer, 98 Mon- 
roe. 

Muir, John, carpenter, LaGrave. 

National Hotel, Col. I. C. Smith, pro- 
prietor, Monroe. 

Neal, Carlton, manufacturer of improved 
rustic window shades, 68 Canal. 

NELSON, GOMSTOGE & CO., 

furniture manufacturers and dealers, 29 
and 81 Canal. 

IVelton A Katon (Geo. K. Nelson and 
Chas. W. Eaton), books, stationery and 
wall paper, cor. Pearl and Canal. 

Nelson, G. C., lumber dealer, e. s. Canal, 
near Trowbridge. 

Nevius, John S. & Son, books, stationery and 
paper hangings, 87 Monroe. 

Nichols & Naysmith (Isaac H. Nichols and 
Henry R. Naysmith). sash, doors and 
blinds, and planing mill, 28 Mill. 

IVoel A Brother, Joseph H. and James 
M.), wagon makers, Huron. 

Noel, Wm. P. & Pious J., blacksmiths, 
Huron. 

Northrop, D. W., carriage maker. Water, 
w. s. 

Nuyten, Cornelius, shoemaker, Division. 

O'Brien, Jerry, boots and shoes, 72 Monroe. 

Oesterle & Co. (F. Oesterle and Valentine 
Schaake), carriage makers and black- 
smiths. No. 1 Bridge, cor. Canal. 

Pangborn, Albert, billiard saloon, Bronson 

House. 
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Parker, Joel C. & J. Byron, dentisto, cor. 

Monroe and Justice. 
Patten & Beekman (L3rman E. Patten and 

John G. Beekman), grocery, 46 Monroe. 
PARRISH, ISAAC H., lawyer and U. S. Dis- 

trict Clerk, over 1st National Bank. 
Pasterson, J., painter, No. 18 Bronson. 
Patton & Chester (Miss Rose Patton and 

Miss Sarah Chester), milliners, 52 Canal. 
Pease & Hamlin (Chapin Pease and Nelson 

Hamlin), livery stable, Waterloo. 

PEREmS, S. F. & SON, 

tanners, and dealers in leather, hides, oil 
and findings, 34 Canal. 

Pierce & Brigffs (John W. Pierce and Geo. 
G. Briggs), dry goods, carpets, boots and 
shoes, etc., 63 Canal. 

PIEKCE, BENJAMIN T.. confectioner and 
fruits, and ice cream saloon, Monroe. 

Pierce, George R., gunsmith, 18 Monroe. 

Platte & Hartman (Anthony Platte and 
Frederick Hartman), iron foundry, cor. 
Canal and Trowbridge. 

Porter, Benjamin F.. grocer, 100 Monroe. 

Porter. Lewis, clothing. 15 Canal. 

Porter & Bortree (Henry G. Porter and 
Lewis S. Bortree,) wholesale and retail 
boots and shoes, 60 Canal. 

Potter. Anthony, boot and shoe maker. 
Bridge, w. s. 

Potter & Wilcox (C. Potter and George H. 
* Wilcox), grocers, 56 Canal. 

POWERS & WALDRON (Ebenezer K. 
Powers and Francis D. Waldron), confec- 
tioners and grocers, 96 Monroe. 

Powers. W. T. & Co. (Wm. T. and Wm. H. 
Powers and E. M. Ball), dealers in lum- 
ber, saw mill w. s. river, office 81 Monroe. 

Powers & Fretts, house and sign painters, 
Waterloo. 

Prossburg. Henry S., clothing, 8 Canal. 

PREUSSER, ALBERT, watches and jew- 
elry, 21 Monroe. 

Putnam & Brother (Benjamin W. and Jos- 
eph D.), fruits and confectionerv.il Monroe. 

Putnam, Lemiel D.. druggist, 4^ Monroe. 

Quimby, J. L., saw mill, and dealer in white 
ash, piano lumber, fork, shovel and hoe 
handles, heading, staves, etc.. Canal. 

Randall, L. H., wholesale grocer, 10 Canal. 

Ransom, J. W., lawyer, Canal. 

Rasch, Robert, proprietor Grand River car- 
riage works, s. w. cor. Canal and Bridge. 

Rasch, J. F., groceries, produce, crockery, 
etc., 96 Canal. 

Rasch, R., carriage maker, cor. Bridge and 
Canal. 

Rathbun & Moore (Theodore H. Rathbun 
and Herman N. Moore), livery stable, 51 
C^nal. 

Rathbun Houie, Monroe, cor. Water- 
loo. F. & C. D. Lyon, proprietors. I 

RemingUm, William P., dry goods. 17 Canal. ' 



Richards, John, Central saloon, 88 Oanal. 
RICHMOND, FREDERICK D., lawyer and 

loan office, Postoffiee block. 
Richmond, William A., lawyer and land 

dealer, Postoffiee block. 
Richter. Valentine, proprietor Ohio Houn, 

280 Canal. 
Rindge, Warren O., hamees maker, 45 OuiiL 
RIORDAN, WILLL^lM, boots and ahoes, tt 

Monroe. 
Robens, Moses, botanic phjiician, fbot Peari. 
Roberts & Son (Amos and Williun D.), gen 

eral merchants, 8 Monroe. 
Robinson, W. A., lawyer, Postoffiee Uoek, 

cor. Lyon. 
Robinson, W. G., carpenter, 44 Mill. 
Rodgers, Charles, stave factory and cooper 

shop. Front, w. s. 
RMen A Holnet (Lester A. Bogen 

and Ezra S. Holmes), dentists, 50 Monroe. 
Rothschild, S. & Co. (S. RothaehUd and 8. 

Nelke), clothing, foot Monroe. 
Rood, H. A., lawyer, Postoffiee block. 
Rood, Charles C., attorney at law, Rood's 

block. 
Rose, George B., painter, cor. Oanal and 

Bridge. 
Roth, Nicholas, barber, Bronson House. 
RUSHE, JOHN A., boots and shoes, Monroe. 
Ryman, William S., boot and shoe maker, 

Coldbrook, cor. Ottawa. 
Saunders, Burton C, Sherman house, opp. 

D. & M. depot. 
Saunders, H. G.. physician, 60 Canal. 
Scheeding. Charles M., wine and beer saloon, 

cur. Pearl and Exchange Place. 
Schoenhert, Jacob, bakery and saloon, cor. 

Bridge and Kent. 
Schwab & Heyman (Michael Schwab and 

Adolph Heyman,) dry goods and mUlin- 

ery, 16 Canal. 
Scholl. John, blacksmith. Bridge, w. s. 
Scott, Daniel, barber, Bronson House. 
SEARS, WILLIAM, baker and grocer, 18 

Monroe. 
Seigel, Ferdinand, blacksmith. Bridge, w. s. 
Seymour, John W., blacksmith, Waterloo. 
SHEPARD, CHARLES N., druggist, 45 

Monroe. 
Shepard, Charles, physician, 45 Monroe. 
Silverwood, Isaac W., fruit dealer, 107 Mon 

roe. 
Sinclair, Robert P., grocer, 62 Canal. 
Sinionds. James C, machinist and millwright, 

26 Waterloo. 
Shannon, W. H., restaurant, 68 Canal. 
Sinclair, Thompson, insurance and real es- 
tate agent, and justice of the peace, 8 

Monroe. 
SKINNER, ADOLPHUS L., general insur- 

tLUce and claim agent, 27 Canal. 
Sliter, Benjamin F., lawyer, cor. Monroe and 

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Smetharat, T., steam and gas fitter, cor. 
Monroe and Justice. 

SMITH, ALBERT S., manufacturer of gyp- 
sum ornaments, 6 Erie. 

Smith, E. G., painter, Stocking. 

SMITH, EBEN, Jr., attorney at law, and 
circuit court commissioner, Kent county, 
ITCanai. 

Smith. Heniy S., proprietor of Smith's 
chemical works, cor. Kent and Newberry. 

SMITH & BARNETT, Grand Rapids city 
mills. 

Smith & Perkins (Julius W. Smith and 
Charles H. Perkins), 82 Canal. 

Smith, R. H., furniture, etc., 71 Canal. 

Smith, S. C, grocer, 83 Canal. 

Shickel, John A., Catholic book store. Front, 
w. s. 

Snowden, Mrs. Christiana, millinery, Fre- 
mont block, Monroe. 

Sprague, P. W., billiard saloon, 85 Canal. 

SPRING & AVERY 

(Henry Spring and Edwin Avery), dry 

goods, 46 Monroe. 
Stanley, Justin M., merchant tailor, 27 

Monroe. 
Southwick & Rand (Charies H. Southwick 

and John P. Rand), crockery, china ware, 

etc., 44 Monroe. 
Stebbins & Congdon (Isaac Stebbins and 

Warren H. Congdon), lime manufEustur- 

ers, 57 Canal. 
Stevens. B. R. & Son (B. R. and B. F.), saw 

and shixigle mill. Canal. 
Stewart, James C, Grand Rapids Water 

Cure, 27 and 29 Justice, cor. Monroe. 
STEWART, GEORGE, livery stable, Canal. 
Stewart, Linas A., fruit and confectionery 

Excluuige Place. 
Stowe, F. A., grocer. Bridge, cor. Water, 

w. s. 
Stocum, Herbert W., stoves and tinware, 

35 Canal. 
Sullivan, Miss, dress and cloak maker, 81 

Monroe. 
SweeC Sl Bamett (M. L. Sweet and 

J. M. Barnett), proprietors of Grand Rap 

ids City Mills, cor. Canal and Hastings. 
Tanner, Cornelius, gfrocer, 74 Monroe. 
Taylor, C. H. & Co. (C. H. Taylor and B. F. 

McReynolds), groceries and liquors, 65 

Canal. 
Taylor House, cor. Ottawa and Coldbrook, 

William Carr, proprietor. 
Tennes, Michael, saloon. Bridge, cor. Front, 

w. s. 
Tetley, William, dve house. Justice. 
Thayer, George W., groceries and pro vis- 

ions, cor. Canal and Bridge. 
Thompson, A., Farmers' House, 81 Canal. 
Thompson, H. E., attorney at law, 2 Canal. 
Tinkham, John F., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, Monroe. 

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Tolford A Ooodricli (WiUiam D. 

Tolford and Hiram C. Goodrich), soap, 

candle, potash and pearlash factory, cor. 

Ionia and Fairbanks. 
Tompkins, I. C, photographer, cor. Canal 

and Huron. 
Tradewell, Thomas, contractor and builder. 

44 Mill. 
Tremont House, cor. Waterloo and 

Fulton, Svlvester k Daniels (Frank Syl- 
vester and G. M. Daniels), proprietors. 
Trowbridge & DeVries (Jerome Trowbridge 

and Jacob DeVries), billiard hall, Rood's 

block, Pearl. 
Turner, A. B. & Co., publishers of Ghcmd 

Rapids Eagle, Opera Hall building, 88 and 

85 Canal. 
Turner, CtaetCer B., gunsmith. Bridge, 

w. s. 
Tusch, Frederick W., harness maker, 18 

Monroe. 
Uhrbrock, Henry, meat market. Bridge, cor. 

Front, w. s. 
Van Dricle, Fr., flour and feed store, 

Monroe. 
Van Every, G. W. & Co., grocers and bakers, 

01 Canal. 
VanHouten, , painter. Pearl, near 

Bridge. 
Ward, JE. F. & Co. (E. F. Ward, E. Skinner 

and H. C. Brooks), sash, doors and blinds. 
Watson, John, livery stable, n. s. Bridge. 
Watters, E. & D., saw mill. 
Way, James, carpenter and builder. 
Webster, Arthur, planing, sawing, shaping 

and turning and pump factory, Erie, near 

Canal. 
WEIRICH, HENRY, saloon, 91 Monroe. 
Wenham, John C, hatter, etc.. 40 Monroe. 
WHEELER, REUBEN, planing mill and 

W'oiner shop, 44 Mill, 
heeler & Sigler, sawing and planing mill, 
Canal. 

White, George H., lawyer and justice of the 
peace, P. O. block. 

milte, Oeorge H. A, Co. (George 
H. White, Amos Rathbunand A. D. Rath- 
bun), manufacturers and wholesale deal- 
ers in plaster (old mill), of9ce, 81 Monroe. 

Widdicomb Brothers (William and John), 
fumiture. Mill. 

Widoe, John, merchant tailor, 67 Canal. 

Willard, Henderson, agent Connecticut Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Co., 27 Canal. 

Williams, Ransalaer, flour and feed dealer, 
66 Monroe. 

Williams, W. L., carpenter, Stocking. 

Wilmarth, O. R., general agent for Michi- 

Wran of iBtna Life Insurance Co., Canal, 
ilson, J. A., barbnr, Monroe. 
Winchester, E. W., fumiture, Erie. 
Winters, John B., boot and shoe maker, 

Bridge, w. s. 
Withey. W. H., lumber yard, Fountain. 
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Withey. Solomon L., U. S. District Judge, 
office 2 Ball's block. 

Withley, Rindge & Co. (George Withley, 
Lester J. Rindge, Isaac Cohen and John 
Birch, mannfjEu^torers and wholesale and 
retail dealers in boots and shoes, 14 
Canal. 

Wood, William, physician. Lace's block. 

Wood, Rantiom E., broker and land agent, 
cor. Monroe and Justice. 

Woodruff, Dr. E., botanic physician, 87 
Canal. 

Woodward, Mrs., milliner, 41 Monroe. 

Wykes & Co. (Arthur B., William and Rich- 
ard Wykes and Frederick Pagler), meat 
market, 97 Monroe. 

WYKES, WARREN, photographer, 45 Mon- 
roe. 

Touell, John, restaurant, 8 Monroe. 

Young Men's dliristian Association rooms, 6 
Canal. 

Young, Mathias, saloon, cor. of Pearl and 
Monroe. 

Youngs, 8. W., restaurant, 74 Canal. 

Zinser & Bramer (John Zinser and Henry 
Bramer). moat market, 80 (Danal. 

Zuckerman, Solomon A., tobacco, cigars, etc. 
Bronson House. 



Rankin, Dwieht, lawyer. 
Rogers, dJharles J., boot and ahoe maker. 
Randall, W. B., boot and shoe maker. 
Rose, W. S., harness maker. 



GRAND TRAVERSE. 
A post village in the county of Grand 
Traverse , situated < m West Bay. PostmasUr 
—William R. Stone. 



O-RANDVILLE. 

A small post village, in the township of 
Wyoming, Kent county, on Grand River, 
has two churches, Congregational and Dutch 
Reformed, six stores, one hotel, one saw 
mill and two flouring mills. Nearest ship- 
ping point by railroad. Grand Rapids. 
Go^s are sometimes shipped to Grand ville 
by water, via Grand Haven. Population 
800. Mails three times a week. Postmaster 
— L. Moody. 

IaImX of ProftaalonSf TradeS) etc. 

Blake, Joseph, general store. 
Blake & Deruyter, general store. 
Britton, D. C, blacksmith. 
Day, Levi, physician. 
Dewey, Egbert, flour and saw mill. 
Dunham, E. S., general store. 
Fisher, David, saw mill. 
Haven & Bovce, general store. 
Horton, J. M., harness maker. 
Jennison, Hiram, lumber dealer. 
Jennison, S. & L., flouting mill. 
Jenness, John, hotel keeper. 
Knowles, J. A., general store. 
Kiel, Stephen, boot and shoe maker. 
Morton, H. O., physician. 
McCoy, H. M., cabinet dealer. 
Ohler, Adam, blacksmith. 



GRASS LAKE. 

A township and post village in Jackson 
county, on the Michigan C>entnil Bailroad, 
66 miles from Detroit. It oontaiiifl three 
churches, a Masonic lodge, a weekly newa> 
paper, the Reporter, seven stores, two hotels, 
a saw mill, a foundry and several mediaaie 
shops. Population of township 2,500. Pop- 
ulation of village 1,500. DaUymmiL Pm^ 
master — Robert Davis. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICKB8. 

Supervisor — Lemuel DwelL 
Clerk— Rohen D. Knowles. 
Treasurer— CymB Cowden. 
I<lat of Proltaaloiis, IT rmdm m^ ete« 

Barker, Ira, grocer. 

Bates, Rev. Henry (CongregationAl). 

Beckwith & Doane (JSum Beckwith and 

Doane), blacksmiths. 

Bowen, George, cooper. 

Brown, Chandler, variety store. 

Clark, Solon S., justice of the peace. 

aark, D. W., jeweler. 

Davis, Robert, general store and justice of 

the peace. 
Duslow, George, blacksmith and carriage 

maker. 
Fargo, Alonzo, agent Merchants Union Ex- 
press Company. 
Fargo & Co. (Alonzo Fargo, George C. Lord 

and Russell C. Warner), generu store. 
Fargo k Lord (Alonzo Fargo and George C. 

Lord), produce and stock dealers. 
Gallup, Rev. Horace H. (Baptist). 
Gates, C. H., telegraph operator. 
Gillett, Alonzo, carriage maker. 
Hale & Ingles (Henry B. Hale and John 

Ingles), carriage makers. 
Harrington, Miss Ellen, milliner. 
Johnson, Joseph, druggist. 
Kanouse & Pritchard( Edward Kanouse and 

George Pritchard), livery and blackfoniths. 
Kirendall, John, eating saloon. 
Knowles & Updike (R. D. Knowles and 

Orrin U|)dike), hardware. 
Lamon, Benjamin F., photographer. 
Lee, Thomas M., boots and shoes. 
Longyear & Wager (Benjamin Longyear and 

Phillip Wager), harness makers. 
Ix)we, Lucy, milliner. 
Malknight, John, tailor. 
Newton, Horace C, painter. 
Osgood, Leonard, justice of the peace. 
Patterson & I^ongyear (Zerup Patterson and 

Moses Longvear), brick makers. 
Patterson, Z. &> Co., general store. 
Powell, Lewis M., lawyer. 
Ransom, Benjamin, proprietor Ransom 

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RaTmond, Mahlon H., physician. 
Bobertson, C. A., homoeopathic physician. 
Bogera & Allen, blackoniths and wagon 

makers. 
Selfe, J. E., physician. 
Simpson, Alexander, cooper. 
Sisson, William H., clothing, boots and 

shoes. 
Smith, Longyear & Winegar, planing mill. 
Smith, Shelley & Co. (H. S. Smith, Abram 

Shelley and Albert Smith), general store 

Jand American Express agents. 
Squires, John C, publisher Reporter, 

Tucker, , dentist. 

Walker k Brother (W. H. & A. P.), drug- 

i^ists and stationers. 
Watkins & Chapman (M. Watkins and 

George Chapman), grocers. 
Weisser & Co. (Charles Weisser and Charles 

Gengenbach), harness makers. 
Wempel, Kilpatrick k Sacrider, meat mar- 
ket. 
Wheeler. Thomas, station agent. 
Wortley, Rev. J. C. (Metho&t). 



Q-RATTAN. 
A township and post office of Kent coun- 
ty, 150 ifdlee north-west from Detroit. The 
inhabitants are devoted almost exclusively 
to £arming. Population, 1,300. 

GRAVEL RUN. 
A poet office of Washtenaw county, on 
a stream of the same name, in the township 
of Northville, on the Ann Arbor and Pon- 
tiac road. Daily mail. Postmaster — Ros- 
well Curtis. 

I<lat of Proftesalons, Trades, etc* 
Curtl§, Roflirell, postmaster and no- 
tary public, and agent for Phcenix and 
Michigan State Insurance Company. 
Doty, William, notary public. 



O-REENBUSH. 
A township and post village of Clinton 
county, 9i miles north of St. Johns station, 
on Detroit k Milwaukee Railroad. It has 
several religious organizations, three stores, 
four hotels and some mechanic shops. Pop- 
ulatian of village, 100 ; township, 1,000. Post- 
master — E. R. Hayden. 

TOWNSHIP 0PPICKR8. 

Supervisor — John E. Power. 
Treasurer — James R. Carter. 
Islmt of Prof^Bsalonii, Trades, etc. 

Case, Henry, blacksmith. 
Chappell, M. A., druggist. 
Clark, Robert, blacksmith. 
Clark, Robert, merchant. 
Daggett, Willard N., Jr., stave dealer. 
Davis, William T. & Robert E., manufac- 
turers of fanning mills, cheese presses, etc. 
Dexter, Chauncey, stave dealer. 

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Drake, Albert M., hotel. 

Eaegler, Isaac, justice of the peace. 

Hayden, E. R., homoeopathic physician. 

Pearl, Stephen, general store. 

Pierson, Walter S., distiller of vegetable 

oils. 
Rowell, Samuel, iron founder. 
Sevey, David, cabinet maker. 
Spayde. Washburn, wagon maker. 
Stark, E., variety store. 
Thompson, H. S., cabinet maker. 
Townsend, George W., justice of the peace. 
Tucker, Henry, hotel. 
Washington, John, stave dealer. 
Whitlock, Orange, justice of the peace. 
Wilcox, Luman, justice of the peiax^. 



Q-REENFIELD. 
A populous township of Wayne county, 
adjoining the city of Detroit. Poet office 



same name. 



Q-REENLAND. 
A small post village of Maple Grove town- 
ship, in the county of Ontonagon, on the 
stage route from Houghton to Ontonagon, 
12 miles from the latter place. The inhabi- 
tants are principally engaged in mining. 
Population, 200. 

&REEN OAK. 

A township and post village in Living- 
ston county, twelve miles north of Ann 
Arbor, on the Michigan Central Railroad. 
Population 1,500. It has two churches, two 
mills and some manufacturing establish- 
ments. It has a semi-weekly mail. Post* 
master — A. J. Swegles. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — S. V. Hayes. 

Clerk — J. Lee. 

Treasurer —William Corsans. 

I<lst of Prof^BsslonS) TradeS) etc. 

Alderman, H., hotel. 

Baker, Rev. M. (Freewill Baptist). 

Johnson, E., boots and shoes. 

Maltby, A., steam mill. 

Maltbv, J. A., justice of the peace. 

Whitcomb. Rev. L. 

Weatherhead, Capt. A., mill owner. 

Q-REENVILLE. 

Is a beautiful village of 1,200 inhabitants, 
in the township of Eureka, and county of 
Montcalm, 22 miles from Ionia, and 88 miles 
from Grand Rapids, and is the largest place 
between those points, north of the Detroit 
and Milwaukee Railroad, for 75 miles. 
Within the circuit of many miles, no other 
locality posesses so many natural advanta- 
fices favorable to the building up of a town. 
I It is situated on Flat River, a meandering 
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stream that, with its tributaries above 
Greenville, runs through a vast area of val- 
uable pine forest. On these streams several 
saw mills are running, and wealthy compa- 
nies are doing heavy lumber jobs — one man 
alone will cut and market 15,000.000 feet du- 
ring th(? present winter. For this immense 
business, Greenville is the base of sui)plie8. 

Flat River projiels, within the immediate 
boundaries of Greenville, the machinery of 
two flouring mills, two saw mills, two shin- 
gle mills, two foundries, two machine 
shops, two planing mills, two turning shops, 
one sash and blind factory, one tannery, and 
one woolen mill. 

One steam saw mill, and one steam shin- 
gle mill are in o]Xiration, and other steam 
shingle mills are in process of construction. 

Besidi»8 its sui)erior lumbering and manu- 
facturing facilities, Greenville is surrounded 
with rich and well watered farming lands — 
of oak i)lains cheaply cleared, easily tilled 
and yielding abundantly of every crop pe- 
culiar to tlie climatt^ of Michigan. 

Greenville has three tasteful and commo- 
dious churches — Methodist, C\)ngTi»gational 
and Baptist — two hotels, one printing office, 
issuing a weekly newspajHir, an express of- 
fice, a banking office, nine general stores, 
three groceries, one book store, two drug 
8tf)re8, three boot and shoe stores, three tin 
and stove stores, one bakery and confec- 
tionery, two harness shops, three carriage 
and wagon manufactories, ont; cabinet shop 
and furniture store, one dealer in jewelry, 
clocks, etc.; one clothing store, four millin- 
ery establishments, two merchant tailors, 
and of lawyers, physicians, mechanics and 
laborers, a^ocnlly number — of the latter two 
classes the supply is not e<iual to the de- 
mand. 

(ireenville is on the line of the projKised 
extension of the Lansing and Ionia Rail- 
rf)ad to Mnskeg«m. The ])reliminary steps 
have already Imm'u taken to making a sur- 
vey. Its rapidly increasing business de- 
mands a railroad, and its enterprising citi- 
zens will push the work to an early com- 
pletion. 

LiHt of ProflBSfilons, Trades, etc. 

Aniidon, Aaron, grocer. 

Barden & Knight (D, ii. Barden and James 

A. Knight), IxKjts and sliot^s. 
Belknap, James W., groceries and fancy 

gO(Kls. 

BowtTs, Horace L., physician. 

Bradley, William, grocery and saloon. 

Canair, William, gtmenil store. 

CHUlUni. CHARLES J. & CO., bankers. 

Cochran, Jamos, shingle mill. 

Coffhm, Klijali, judge of probate for Mont- 
calm county. 

CcK)n & Jackson (E. (\y<n\ and Z<'nas Jack- 
son), bakery. 



Coon, Denby L., proprietor of Exchange 

Hotel. 
Davis & GuBtin (Mifs Clara Davis and 

Miss Carrie Gostin), varietj store and 

fancy goods. 
Dayton, Rev. James L. (Methodist). 
Donoghue, Michael, meat market. 
I^igg»» Cliarles, shingle mill. 
Drummond, J. 6., physician. 
Edwards & Co., (Edward Edwaids and Seth 

Sprague), general store. 
Elliott, David, A., lawyer. 
Ellsworth & Lewhs (Cliarlos C. Ellsworth 

and John Lt^wis), lawyers, inmuranoe and 

claim agents. 
Fargo, Shorott & Cole (Hiram B. Fargo, 

— — SShorott and L. W. Cole), genenl 

store. 
Forsyth, William, stoves and tinware. 
Fuller, Joseph M., druggist, grocer and sta- 
tioner. 
Gibson, Hiram, groceries, provisions and 

oyster saloon. 
Gott, John F., hardware, stoves and tin- 
ware. 
Orablll, £• F., publisher Qreenville 

Independent. 
Griffith Brothers (Joseph and John W.), 

general store. 
Hammond, Joseph, harness maker. 
Hansen & Moore (L. Hansen and David 

Moore), general store. 
Hart. J. Potter, saw mill. 
Hart, William, grocer. 
Hart, William N.. livery stable. 
Hill, Rev. David E. (Baptist). 
Holmes. Nathan, proprietor of Union Flour- 
ing Mills. 
Hot!', John, justice of the peace. 
Johnson. Peter, saw mill. 
Jones. E. H. & Co. (Edward H. Jones and 

Thomas N. Stevens), surveyors and real 

estate agents. 
Judd & Storey (Baxter Judd and Charles E, 

Stoi*ey), tin shop and general dealers. 
Kel ley, George V., justice of the peace. 
Loasi'. John V., lawyer. 
McCrecKiy, Mrs. — ^, milliner and drees- 

nuiker. 
Martin, Charles M.. physician. 
Maxted & Mores (William Maxted and New- 
ell Mores), foundrj' and machine shop. 
Merrill and Son (Enos and Parker), clocks, 

watches and jewelry. 
Merritt, 1. J., steam saw mill. 
Norton, Frank II., mercliant tailor, clothing, 

hats, caps and furnishing goods. 
Olnistead. F. & Co. (Frank Obustitid and 

Jerome W(x»druft'), tainiery. 
Olnistead, Frank. liarnt»ss maker. 
Part.ow .V Canair (Ge(Mg<? Part low and Wil 

liam Canair), ]>ro))rietors <»f Eureka Flour^ 

in^ Mills, 
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Pet tee, Willard N., druggist and justice of 
the peace. 

Pixley. Theodore S., carriage maker. 

Pixley, Mrs. L.. milliner. 

Pixley, George P., planing mill and sash, 
door and blind factory. 

Potter, Jefferson, deputy U. S. collector of 
4th district. 

Rider & Potter (Myron Rider and Jefferson 
Potter), general store. 

Rodgers, E. W.. physician. 

Rook, John L., merchant tailor. 

Rutan, Manning, general store. 

Savidge & Fuller (Mrs. Savidge and J. M. 
Fuller), millinery store. 

Seaman, Quinton, livery stable. 

Seaman & Bissell (Henry Seaman and Lew- 
is L. Bissell), general store. 

Service & Riley (Henry Service and Joseph 
Riley), livery stable. 

Shearer, Joseph J., general store. 

Sherwood, Reuben N., carriage maker and 
blacksmith. 

Slawson, C. M., physician. 

Stephens, Stephen R., boots and shoes. 

Stevens, Thomas N., claim agent. 

Stockholm. Aaron, justice of the peace and 
assessor of 4th district. 

Stockholm, John, justice of the peace. 

Tucker & Smith (John Tucker and Richard 
Smith), blacksmiths. 

Underbill, David, saw mill. 

Waters* Roemick (S. M. Waters and Fred- 
erick Roemick). furniture store and turn- 
ing shop. 

Wheat, E. T., boot and shoe maker. 

Wilcox, Joseph, saw mill. 

Woodman, W. H., blacksmith. 

Wright Brothers, saw mill. 

Q-ROSSE ISLE. 

An island in the Detroit rivor, 9| miles 
below the city of Detroit, and about seven 
miles in length by two in breadth. Several 
wealthy citizens of Detroit own country 
seats here, and in the summer season tlie 
island is much resorted to by ])leasure par- 
ties from the city. 



G-ROSSE POINT. 

A township and post office of Wayne 
county, bordering upon Lake St. Clair, a few 
miles north of Detroit. Population, 2,200. 



G-ROVELAND. 

A township and post village of Oakland 
county, Population, 1,300. 



GUN LAKE. 
A post office in the township of Yankee 
Springs, Barry county, 160 miles west from 
Detroit. Nearest shipping ix)int and express 
office, Ada, on Detroit and Milwaukee Rail- 
road. Postmaster— E. H. Bowen. 

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List of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Baker, H. A., blacksmith. 
Bowen, E. H , sawmill. 
Headley, I., saw mill. 
Lewis, C, hotel. 



GUN PLAIN. 
A township in Allegan county, containing 
the post village of Plain well and the post- 
office of Silver Creek. It is intersected by 
the Kalamazoo river and by the Gun river, 
a tributary of the Kalamazoo river. Popu- 
lation about 1,200. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Archibald Jameson. 
Clerk — Julius Howe. 
Treamtrer — William Forbes. 



HADLEY. 

A township and post village of Lapeer 
county, 60 miles north of Detroit. It has 
three stores, a hotel, several mills and a 
manufactory of earthen ware, tile, etc. 
Daily mail. Population of township, 1,500 ; 
village, 200. Nearest shipping point. Grand 
Blanc. Postmaster — Norman F. Hough. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — J. C. Kow. 
Clerk — J. H. Hemmingway. 
Treasurer — Hermann Farmelee. 

List of ProAssslons, Trades, ete. 

Biden, William, saw mill. 
Bentley, Alvah, justice of the peace. 
Bostwick, A., blacksmith. 
Britton & Skinner, fiour mill. 
Burbank, C, blacksmith. 
Chalmers, John, boots and shoes. 
Cranston, Miss N., milliner. 
Geer, H., lawyer. 
Green, Andrew J., gunsmith. 
Hamblin, Calvin H., saw mill. ' 
Haller, R., cabinet maker. 
Hartwell, M., mill wright. 
Hough, Norman F., general store. 
Lathrop, P. M., general store. 
Porter, A. J., hotel. 
Porter, Mrs. A.. J., milliner. 
Potter, Rev. William D. (Baptist). 
Price, Mortimer, pottery. 
Pritchard, Rev. B. F. (Methodist). 
Riley, Ashley, insurance agent. 
Sawyer, J. J., physician. 
Slater, J., blacksmith. 
Scott, George E.. carriage maker. 
Stone?, Silas K., veterinary surgeon, 
Whitney, Luther D., physician. 

HAMBURG-. 

A township and post village in the county 

of Livingston, 40 miles west of Detroit. It 

is a healthy location and a fine farming 

country. Contains two churches (Episco- 

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pal and Methodist). Semi-weeklj mail 

from Ann Arbor, its nearest shipping point. 

Business of village large and increasing. 

Population of township 1.000. Poitnuuter — 

F. Grisson. 

List of Profteadona, Trmdea^ etc* 

Bamett, D. S., dentist. 

Boyce & Davis, flour and saw mill. 

Cunningham, I., stoves and tin ware. 

Cunningham, James, manufacturer of agri- 
cultural implements. 

Dunning, George, carriage maker. 

Grisson, Ferdinand, postmaster, convey- 
ancer and justice of the peace. 

Fletcher, William, shoemaker. 

Gross, John, blacksmith. 

Hall, K. S.. general store. 

Rogers, William, hotel. 

Royce, G. H. & Stone, general store. 

Sawyer, Andrew, architect and carpenter. 

Sawyer, Andrew S., architect and carpen- 
ter. 

Sheridan, Richard, shoemaker. 

Wilmarth & Seeley, blacksmiths. 



HAMILTON. 
A township of Gratiot county, having a 
population of 50. Post of9ce adress, "La- 
fayette." 

HAMTRAMCK. 

A township of Wayne county, next 
above and immediately adjoining the city 
of Detroit. Population, about 2,000. 

HANCOCK.* 

A township and post village in Houghton 
county, on the north shore of Portage Lake, 
in the Lake Superior mining district. Pop- 
ulation of village 1,700. Contains three 
churches, a Masonic lodge and a " St. Pat- 
rick's Society," a " Herman's lodge," " Ger- 
mania Society," has three hotels, and seve- 
ral general stores and mechanic shops, gro- 
ceries, saloons, warehouses, etc., etc., alsia a 
" German theater." Daily mail in summer, 
tri-weokly mail in winter. Postmaster — 
Cliarles Hembeck. The township outside 
the town consists of quite an extensive 
tract of uninhabited country, much of it 
swamp. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS: 

Supervisor — William Conden. 
JvMices — Kaspar Guck, Michael Finn. 
I<lst of Proftaslona, Trades,' etc. 

Allen, Philo, jeweler. 

Artman, Joseph, harness maker. 

Atwood, John, collector of revenue and 

billiard saloon. 
Brady, Thomas M., lawyer. 
Rurghard, Nicolaus, grocer. 
Baer, William & Bro., butchers. 
Chabamo, Noel, saloon. 



Close, James A., general stoie and ware- 
house. 

Condon, William, ffeneral store. 

Drittler, Henry, saloon. 

Ehler, George, boots and shoes. 

Etenberff, ^ward, warehouse. 

Friedricn, L.. grocer. 

Gillett & Palmer (John H. Gillett and Ed- 
ward B. Palmer), grocen and warehouse. 

Gordon, Rev. J. H., (Methodiat). 

HaflTenreffer, Charles, physician. 

Holland & Woodward, hardware, 

Holland, Cliarles E., dry goods. 

Isler, Henry, physician. 

Jacker, Rev. Edward (Roman Catholic.) 

Krante, Hawley & Co.,'hardware. 

Leopold, Austrian k Bro. (Henry F. Leo- 
pold, Samuel and Joseph Aostriain), gene- 
ral store and warehouse. 

LapPf William, saloon and 

Little &Heym (Robert little and 
Heym), general store. ^ 

Mandlebaum, H. H., clothing and boots and 
shoes. 

Moralee k Olds (Hath Moralee and James 
Olds), saw and planing mill. 

McCall, William, physician. 

McGuiven, M. J., druggist. 

Neher, Michael, saloon. 

Pearce, Jemes P., hotel. 

Richard, William, boots and shoes. 

Ruhl, Adolphus, saloon. 

Ruppe, Peter, general store.*-^ 

Ryan, Edward, general store. [^ 

Scbadtj J. W., general store. "^ 

Steimel, Martin, boots and shoes. 

Stevens, Rev. C. B. (Congrcgationalist). 

Wallace, Thomas, hotel. 

Welch, Martin, saloon. 

Wendel, William, grocer. 

Wertin, Joseph, general storsf^ 

HANDY. 

A township of Livingston county. Popn^ 
lation, 1,000. Name of post office. Fowler- 

ville. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — John A. Tanner. 
iJlerk — George W. Palmerston. 
Treasurer — Charles S. Collins. 



HANOVER. 

A townshio and post office in Jackson 
county, 16 miles south-west of Jackson, on 
the Kalamazoo river. This township also 
contains the post office of Baldwin's Mills. 
Population, 1,000. Daily mail Postmaaier 
— Jerome B. Green. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Edward Dodd. 
Clerk— WWWfim H. H. Snow. 
Treasurer — Royal Frazier. 



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lAat of ProftosalOBS, Trades, etc. 

Clapp, Wm., justice of the peace. 
Fltts, Harrison, flouring and saw mill. 
Pickel, I. U., blacksmith. 
Snow, James T., justice of the peace. 
Snyder, Lewis, flouring and saw mill. 

HARRISON. 
A township of Macoi^b county. Popula- 
tion, about 700. 



HARRISVILLE. 
A township and post office of Alcona 
county. Population, 300. Postmoiter — 
L. O. Harris. 



HART. 

The county seai of Oceana county is a 
thriving township and post village, seven 
miles m>m Pentwater, and 60 miles from 
Grand Haven. It contains a hotel and sev- 
eral stores and shops, and a number of pro- 
fessional men. Pentwater is its nearest 
express office. It has eight mails a week. 
Pontmatter — William H. Leach. 

Supervisor of Toums/tip — Nathan Crosby. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate — Charles Cainp. 

Clerk and RegiHer — Edgar D. Richmond. 

i85^r»y—WilJiam Webb. 

Treasurer — William H. Leach. 

Prosecuting Attorney— h. D. Grove. 

Circuit Court Commissioner — L. D. Grove. 

Probate Clerk— Fredenck J. Russell. 

Surveyor — Henry C. Hawley. 

Coroners — Josepn Walker and J. W. Dun 
ning. 

lilst of Proltosslonsy Trades, etc. 
Benham & Luther, builders. • 
Collins & Shutt, dry goods and groceries. 
Elliott, John, meat market. 
Huff & Cheeney, dry goods and groceries. 
Huffhian, H., blacksmith. 
Markham, J. D., carriage maker. 
Moore, B., hotel. 
Powers, C, Physician. 
Rufiell A; Oamey, lawyers, insurance 

and real estate agents. 
Slater, H. J. & Son, variety store. 
Townsend & McQueen, grocers, and boots 

and shoes. 



HARTFORD. 
A township and village in Van Buren 
county, on the stage route from St. Joseph to 
Paw Paw. Nearest shipping point Decatur, 
on the Michigan Central R. R. It contains a 
fine church and several stores and mechanic 
shops. Daily mail. Postmaster — Washing- 
ton A. Engles. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Simpson. 
Clerk — Charles G. George. 
IVeasurer — J. C. Crandall. 



lilBt Of Proltosslons, Trades, ete« 

Andrews,' Charles, meat market. 

Boynton, Cyrus, general store. 

Crandall Bros. (James C. and Edwin), 

wheelwrights. 
Cook, Francis, meat market. 
Engles, C. H., lawyer and justice of the 

peace. 
Engle, Washington A., physician. 
George, Charles G., justice of the peace. 
Hillyaid, Ware, cabinet maker. 
Huntley, Cadmus, justice of the peace. 
Jackson, Calvin, hotel. 
Kingsberry, Harvey, grocer. 
Milk, William, druc^t. 
Morse, George, sadmer. 
Morse, William S., tailor. 
Monroe, Fay R., saw mill. 
Palmer, Milton F., physician. 
Phelps & Goodenough (William Phelps and 

Webster Goodenough), general store. 
Smith, James, blacksmith. 
Tyler, Humphrey P., boots and shoes. 
Tyler, Samuel, boots and shoes. 
Travis, John W., justice of the peace. 
Van Ostrand, John G., general store. 
Whitaker. John, blacksmith. 
Youngs, Samuel, saloon. 

HARTLAND. 
A township and post village of Livings 

ston county. Its nearest slupping point 

and express office is Fentonville, on the 

Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad. It is 47 

miles from Detroit, and contains two 

churches, a fine school house and a Masonic 

hall, besides some stores, mills and me- 
chanic shops. Population of villafi:e 150. 

Daily mail. Postmaster — A. L. Hathaway. 
lilst of ProltoMlons, Trades, etc. 

Bennett, Miss, milliner. 

Chambers and Blinston, dry goods. 

Chambers & Kirk, dry goods, 

Crouse, Robert, dry goods. 

Crouse, C. L. & H. P., grist and saw mill. 

Faher, James, cooper. 

Hathaway & Hopper, boots, shoes and gro- 
ceries. 

Hayford & Halt, druff store. 

HildeDrand, Robert & Sandford, foundry. 

Hall, W. A., grocer. 

Marshall. John, tin shop. 

Purdy, Charles, cabinet shop. 

Rich, Mrs. Daniel, hotel. 

Seaman, William, boots and shoes. 

Stedman, F. A., blacksmith. 

Weaver, C. A., hotel. 

Worden, Mrs. C. P., milliner. 

Worden & Lane, grocery and harness shop. 

HASTINGS. 4 



A township and incorporated post village, 

the county seat of Barry county, is on the 

I stage route from Battle Creek to Grand 

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Rapids, 147 miles from Detroit, and 186 
miles from Chicago. It contains three 
churches, two newspapers, the HasHnga 
Banner and Barry Pioneer, a lodbre each of 
Masons, Odd Fellows, and Good Templars, 
several stores, a woolen factory, some mills 
and various professions and mechanical 
trades. Nearest shipping point. Battle 
Creek. Population. 2,000. Daily mail. Fogt- 
master—R, J. Crant. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — D. Stryker. 
Clerk— Q. Rico. 
Treasurer— D. A. Blrdsall. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

Pre^dent — A. P. Drake. 

Recorder — W. Bontly. 

Mars/ial — I. Swartwout. 

7Ve/isurer—^B. Main. 

ScTiool Commissioner — W. Tinkler. 

Trustees — John Roberts, H. J. Kenfield, 
M. Allen, E. S. Brown, J. A. Fuller, A. Rich- 
ardson. 

Churches. — Episcopalian — Rev. J. Ban- 
croft, rector. Presbyterian — Rev. E. G. 
Bryant, pastor. Methodic — Rev. V. G. 
Boy n ton, ])a8tor. 

Hastings Union School — Charles Chandler, 
PriuHptU. J. A. Sweezey, Director, 

Barry County Agricultural Society — Or- 

fnized 1852. — J. C. Hanna, President. 
M. Nevius, Secretary. S. C. Prindle, 
IVeastirer. 

I4lsi of ProfiBssIonii, Trades, etc. 

Ackley, F, D,, druggist, grocer and 
bookseller, State. 

Adams, J. H., shoemaker. 

Adolphus, J. F., physician. 

Allen, Frank, lawyer. 

Barlow, Goodyear Sc Grant (Na- 
than Barlow, William S. Goodyear and 
R. J. Grant), dry goods and general store, 
cor. Jefferson and State, also, manufac- 
turers of fork, hoe and shovel handles, 
and proprietors of Barry Fouring Mills. 

Baugh. H., Grocer. 

Bennett, David, blacksmith. 

Bessmer, J., barber. 

Bessmer, J. M., cabinet maker. 

Bradley, J., miller. 

Buckle*, J. W., tailor, and justice of the 
peace. 

Burton, Charles S., physician. 

Burton & Main (C. S. Burton and B. Main), 
druggists. 

Burgher, William, lawyer and justice of the 
l>eac«. 

Carlow, J., boots and shoes. 

Clark, F. O., cabinet maker. 

Cook & Goodyear (D. Cook and H. A. Good 
year), saw mill. 

Cole, B.. boot and shoemaker. 

Cole & Son (J. and C. J.), grocers. 



Cook, Daniel, saw mill. 
Cotant, B. A., lawyer. 
Crant, R. J., postniaster. 
Desplanta, Fabios, cooper. 
Dewey, G. M., editor and proprietor of Has- 
tings Banner. 
Dickey & Prentiss, plaining mill 
Dickinson, S., Grocer. 
Dolph, Charles, hotel and livery. 
Drake, Addison P., physician. 
Drainond & Kingsbury (J. Drainond and H. 

C. Kingsburv), billiard saloon. 
Dunning, E. H., grocery and eating saloon. 
Eaton, Daniel, cooper. 
Evans, E. J., tinner. 
Gentzler, J. C, editor and proprietor of 

Barry Pioneer. 
Geochwind, M. tailor. 
Goodyear, H. B. & Co. (H. A. Goodyear and 

L. Wightman), hardware. 
Goodyear, J. S. & Co. (J. S. Goodyear and 

William Barlow), general store. 
Goodyear, Barlow & Hadley (J. S. Goodyear. 
W^ Barlow and O. S. Hadley), flour and 
saw mill. 
Goodyear, H. A., banker. 
Gregory, L. L., blacksmith. 
Hatch, H. M., photographer. 
Hawley, D. C, grocer. 
H A YFORD, WILLIAM H., lawyer, notary 

public and real estate agent. 
Horrick, D., Jewelry. 
Ilerrick, R., dealer in music and jewelry. 
Hewes, J. M., cabinet maker. 
Hill, J. M., news dealer. 
Holbrook & Mills (J. A. Holbrook and G. W. 

Mills), lawyers. 
Holbrook, Charles G., lawyer. 
Hoppin, J. H., jeweler. 
Jones & Drake (William Jones, and A. P. 

Drake), dentist. 
Keith, Geori^e H., proprietor of Has- 
tings House, cor. State and Church. 
Kidder & Taylor, painters. 
Ladmore, J. H., blacksmith. 
Leach, T. C, cabinet finisher. 
Maus, Jacob, grocer. 
Michael, J., painter. 
Morton, G. S., grocery and eating 

saloon. 
Mudge & Bailey (N. Mudge and C. A. Bailey,) 

clothing. 
Nelson, D. C, painter. 
Odell & Fuller (W. OdeU and M. A. FuUer), 

grocers. 
Osborn, boot and shoemaker. 
Parker. W. & S(m (W. & N. S.), livery. 
Pavne, J. L., photographer. 
Phillii>8 & Bentley (T. P. PhUlips and J. W. 

Bentlev), general store. 
Phillips, T., Deputy U. S. marshal. 
Powers, S., blacksmith. 
PRESTON. GEORGE, groceries and Yankee 
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Reed, J. L., blacksmith. 

Rich, Jackson, blacksmith. 

Rich, N., blacksmith. 

Roberts, J. P., deputy collector internal 
Revenue. 

Roberts & Stryker (James L. Roberts and 
Daniel Stryker), druggists. 

Roberts, Johu, physician. 

Roberts, J., assistant assessor int. rev. 

Robinson & Wightman (D. G. Robinson and 
R. B. Wightman), hardware. 

Rower. A., boots and shoes. 

Runyan, J. G., shoemaker. 

Russell & Nevius (J. Russell and J. M. Kev- 
ins), general stf*re. 

Russell, J. M. and C, physicians. 

Sartwell, William A., grocer. 

8CHUPPAN, A., grocery and eating saloon, 
SUte. 

Spaulding. O. D., general store. 

Stebbins & Co. (J. M. and W. E.), furniture. 

Swart«, W. A., bakery. 

SWEEZET, JAMES A., 

lawyer, real estate and collection agent. 

State. 
Tinkle, M., saloon. 
Turner, J., wagon maker. 
Upjohn, William, physician. 
Van Brunt, J. S., woolen factory. 
Vrooman, J. W., meat market. 
Warren, B., shoemaker. 
Williams, blacksmith. 
Williams, G. W. & L. D., carpenters. 
W^eissert. J., tinner. 
Wilcox, Miss E., milliner. 

Wolf, furniture. 

WooUey, D., boot and shoemaker. 
Woodruff, J. C, boot and shoemaker. 
Wright, J T., meat market. 



HAZELTON. 
A township and post office of Shiawassee 
county. It contains three churches and a 
few mechanic shops. Nearest railroad sta- 
tion, Vernon, on the Detroit & Milwaukee 
Railroad. Population, ."iOO. Weekly mail. 
Post/naster — Francis F. Brewer. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

SnperdnoT — F. F. Brewer. 
Clerk — Lawson H. Barrett. 
2Veri»urer — Loren Benchley. 

lilst of Professlonsy Trades, etc. 

Cameron, A., blacksmith. 
('o«m8, P^lijah, blacksmith. 
Cumniings, Ezra F., carpenter. 
Day, Willctt C. justice of the peace. 
>^m«^, David W., justice of the peace, 
lloysington, Edwin O., cooper. 



HEATH 

A township of Allegan county. Popula- 
tion, al>out 500. 



HENRIETTA. 
A township and post office in Jackson 
county, 10 miles from Jackson. The town- 
ship also contains the post office of West 
Henrietta, whereof William D. Martin is 
Postinaster. Population of township, 1,000. 
Henrietta village contains a^ Methodist and 
a Baptist church, and has a semi-weekly 
mail. Postmaster — Samuel Prescott. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Daniel B. Peck. 
Clerk— 1E>. Holling. 
Treasurer — Hiram Archer. 
lilst of ProfeMlons, Trades, etc. 

Cady, David, cooper. 

Clark, , physician. 

Copp, Charles, blacksmith. 
McConicha, N., blacksmith. 
Harrington, Stephen, hotel. 
Kinch, Heth P., justice of the jieace. 
Leighton, Leroy H., general store. 
PixTey, Benoni, justice of the peace. 
Peck, D. B., justice of the peace. 
Stiles, Charles, hatter. 
Wakeler, Rev. W. (Methodist). 
Wooster, Rev. Samuel W. (Methodist). 

HICKORY CORNERS. 

A post village in the county of Barry, 
eight miles north of Augusta, on the Mich- 
igan Central Railroad, and 130 miles west 
of Detroit. It has two churches, a hotel, 
saw mill, four stores, school, etc. Popula- 
tion of township, 1,200; of village, 150. 
Postmaster — Lewis Durkee. 



HIGHLAND. 

A township and post office of Oakland 
county, six miles south of the Detroit and 
Milwaukee Railroad. Population, 1,200. 
Has one church. Five mails a week. Post- 
master — George J. Hewitt. 

TOWNSHH' OFFICERS. 

Svpertisor — S. W. King. 
Ckrk—E. W. Kent. 
Treasurer — James Stratton. 
lilst of Proftssslons, Trades, etc. 

Anton, William, wagon maker. 

Bennett, John, physician. 

Cole, Orin, justice of the peace. 

Davison, Benjamin F., lumber dealer. 

Giddings, Hiram, hotel. 

Gilford, Jacks^jn, justice of ihe peace. 

Hewitt, George J., general store. 

King, Rev. (Baptist). 

Predraore, Benjamin, cabinet maker. 

Tenny, Alonzo, photographer. 



HILLSDALE. 
A township of Hillsdale county, on the 
Michigan Southern Railroad, 177 miles east 
of Chicago. It contains some of the most 



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productive farming land? in the State and 
is nearly all under cultivation. It contains 
the incorporated village of Hillsdale. Pop- 
ulation, exclueive of village, about 1,000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — William R. Montgomeiy. 
CUrk — Eugene Rowlson. 
Treasurer — Milton H. Savien. 



HILLSDALE. 

An important and flourishing village of 
Hillsdale county, in the township of the 
same name, situated on the Michigan South- 
em and Northern Indiana Railroad, 112 
miles south-west of Detroit, and 177 east of 
Chicago. The Michigan Southern Railroad 
was completed to mllsdale in 1848, and 
from the impetus imparted by this great en- 
terprise, the village improved rapidly. In 
1847 an act of incorporation was obtained, 
and since that time tne village of Hillsdale 
has ranked as one of the most important 
and flourishing in the State. The place is 
finely situated on rising ground, and . the 
scenery in and about the village is of great 
beauty, embracing an extensive view of a 
rich, rolling country in the highest state of 
cultivation. An extensive tmde of grain, 
fruit and produce generally, is carried on 
here, and the place' enjoys the name of be- 
ing one of the liest produce markets in 
Southern Michigan. It contains the county 
buildings, several elegant business blocks, 
seven churches, two weekly newspapers, a 
commercial college, a first-class union 
school, with four ward branches, two Na- 
tional banks, three steam flour mills, lour 
hotels, two iron foundries and machine 
shops, and a large number of professions 
and mechanical trades. There are, also, , 
three Masonic, two Odd Fellows, three Tem- 
plars, one Temperance, one Literary, and 
one Agricultural society in the place. 

HILLSDALE COLLEGE. 

A celebrated educational institution, con- 1 
nected with the Free Will Baptist Church, 
is also located hero. The college edifice is 
of brick, four stories high, besides the base- 
ment, embracing upward of 20 public rooms, . 
and 110 private rooms, suflicient for accom- 
modating 220 students. The building also , 
afibrds boarding accommodations for an I 
equal number. There are, in addition, am I 
pie accommodations in private families in 
the vicinity of the college for several hun- 
dred more. The price of board and tuition 
is exceedingly moderate, while the system 
of education is thorough and complete. The 
number of students for the year past is 609. 
On another i)age we present a beautiful and 
accurate view of the college building, look- 
ing north. The situation of this institu 
tion, for beauty of scenery and healthful- 



ness of location, is onsorpassed, it being on 
an eminence in the northerly part of the 
village, and having an nnobatiTieced view 
for Indies in eveiy diieetioii. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Edmund B. Fairfield. D. D., LL. D.. 
President. 

Rev. Ransom Dunn, A. M., Burr Profes- 
sor of Biblical Theolo^. 

Rev. Henry E. Whtanle, A. M., Profeaeor 
of Rhetoric and Belles Iiettree. 

Spencer J, Fowler, A. M., ProfeaBor of 
mathematics and natural philosophy. 

Geoige McMillan, A. M!., Professor of the 
Greek language and liteiatuie. 

Hiram Collier, A. B., I^fessor of natoial 
science. 

Fenelon B. Rice, Professor of Tocal and 
instrumental music. 

Mrs. Delia F. Johnson, principal of the 
ladies' department. 

Miss H. Laura Rowe, A. B., assistant 
teacher of languages. 

Miss Ellen Smith, A. B., assistant teacher 
of mathematics. 

YILLAOE OFFICBB8. 

President— iLWm F. Whelan. 
Clerh—V. F. Hopkins. 
Trustees— n. B. Rowlson. Ira B. Ckrd, D. 
H. Lord, Alva Foster, H. J. King. 

HILLSDALE COUIVTT OFFICKB8. 

Judffe of Probate — Christopher J. DidLer- 
son. 

Sheriff— J (isiBih D. Emerson. 

Register — Henry Baxter. 

C^A;— WUliam W. Brewster. 

Treas^urer — Arvin F. Whelan. 

Prosecuting ^^fom^y-Richard W. Ricaby. 

Circuit Court Com. — Henry F. Kellogg, 
John T. Blois. 

Surveyor — George A. Mark. 

SOCIETIES. 

Hillsdale Agricultural Society — Organized 
1851. Annual fair held at Hillsdale in Oc- 
tober. Annual meetings held first week in 
January, at County Court House, Hillsdale. 
PrcMderU — George W. Uhderwood. Secre- 
tary — F. M. Holaway. Treasurer — ^Dr. D. 
Beebe. 

Mdelity Lodge, No. 82, F. and A. M.— 
Meets Tuesday on or before fall moon in 
each month, at Masonic Hall. 

HiUsdaU Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M.— 
Meets Friday on or after full moon in each 
month, at Masonic Hall. 

Eureka Commaadery, No.S, K. T. — ^Meets 
Tuesday on or after full moon in each 
month, at Masonic Hall. 

HiUsdaU Lodge, No. 17. /. 0. of O. F.— 
Meets every Thursduy evening, at Odd Fel- 
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oay Encampment, No. 9, /. 0. of 0. 
^ Saturday on or before full moon 
Qonth, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
or Temple of Honor, No. 25. — 
ery Monday evening, at Templars* 

I Social Tfimple of Honor. — Meets 
M>nd Saturday, at Templars* Hall. 
Templars' Lodge, No. 258. — Meets 
'ednedday evening, at Hall in Alii- 
)ck. , 

CHURCHES. 

'teruin Church — North street, comer 
ing. Rev. F. W. Gallagher, pastor. 
'tcr's Church {Episcopal}— Broad 
)ruer of Bacon. Rev. G. E. Peters, 

dist Episcopal Church — Howell 

Rev. Fassett, pastor. 

ran {German) Church — Griswold 

Rev. G. Si)eckliardt, pastor. 

I Cat/iolic Church — Broad street. 

irles Rickert, oflw^or. 

ViU Baptist C^wr^^A— Hillsdale Col- 

ev. H. E. Whipple, pastor. 

tvtt Church — Oak street. (Vacant). 

UNION SCHOOL BOARD. 

or — Joel B. Wheaton. 

ator — John P. CV)ok. 

c^r— Charles T. Mitchell. 

es — John W. Falley, Spencer J. 

Alvah Foster. 

Ipal Union SScJiool — Charles G. Rob- 

of ProDssslons, TradeM, etc, 

). C. & O). (D. C, A. C. and M. C), 
d saloon, Broad. 

M., livery stable. Broad. 
Huehn (Henry AUes and John 
i), blacksmiths, Ferris. 
J. M. H., dry goods, Broad. 
W A Oaiiaher (A. Andrew and 
as A. Gallaher), crockery and gro 

Broad. 

I & Tall man, publishers and propri- 
jf Hillsdale Democrat. 
n^ H. B. & J. H. (Henry B. and 
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Bradish & Jordan (C. L. Bradish and J. H. 

Jordan), dry goods and notions. Howell. 
Bunt, James G., hardware, Howell. 
Buckner, Capt., barber. Standard building. 
CALKINS, GRHP'FIN & CO., Hillsdale Busi- 

ness College. 
Card & Allen (Ira B. Card and W. S. Allen), 

groceries, Howell. 
Card & Sampson (W. H. Card and John 

Sampson), groceries, provisions and crock- 
ery, Howell. 
Corey, William, saddle, harness and trunk 

maker, Broad. 
Chandler, Samuel, U. S. Express agent and 

notary public, office at depot. 
Carroll, S. D., liarness maker, Howell. 
Chorous, J. W., blacksmith. 
Clarke, Eugene, photograph artist, Howell. 
Clark, Joseph J., dentist, Howell. 
Clisbe, George, jeweler, Howell. 
Clisbe, Mrs. G., tailoress, Howell. 
Cook & Dyer (William Cook and S. B. Dyer), 

furniture, Howell. 
Corning, J. L. & Co. (John L. Corning and 

J. C. Halladay), hats, caps, furs, and fur- 
nishing goods, Howell. 
Cressy, A., physician. 
Curtis, J. B., homoeopathic physician. 
Dean & Chirk (E. B. Dean and Evy C^ark), 

fanning mill and safe manufacturers. 

Railroad, cor. Union. 
Dickerson, C. J., lawyer, office Court House. 
Dresser, Cephas B., lawyer and justice of 

the peace, Howell, cor. McCollum. 
Duesler, B., cradle and snathe manufacturer, 

Railroad. 
Edwanls, William S., lawyer, Howell. 
Everett & Son (Augustus and Robert), 

])hysician8, cor. Uo^yell and Bacon. 
Exchange Hotel, Isaac Vandenberg, propr.. 

Broad. 
FAIRFIELD, REV. EDMUND B., president 

of Hillsdalle College. 
Falley, J. W., physician, Howell, cor. Mc- 
Collum. 
Farnam, Henry T., drugs and medicines, 

Howell. 
Fassett. Rev. (Methodist). 
Ferris & Andrew (Cornelius Ferris and R. 

L. Andrew), druggists, Howell, cor. Man- 
ning. 
First National Bank, William Waldron, 

president ; H. J. King, caMer. 
Fisher, S. O. & Co. (S. O. Fisher and Cliaun- 

cey W. Ferris), general store, Howell. 
Foote, James H. & Co. (James H. and W. 

P.), groceries and provisions, Howell. 
French. F. & Son (Franklin and Charles), 

drugs, medicines and groceries, Howell. 
French, W. & Son (WUlard and Edwin D.), 

grocers. Broad. 
Gallagher, Rev. F. R. (Presbyterian). 
Gleason, Alexander, die sinker and engraver, 

Hillsdale. 



, J., telegraph operator. 

. G., pump manufactory, Ferris. 

dt, D. & Co., saloon and grocery, 

wagon maker. Railroad. 
•>ank, boot and shoe maker, 
•other & Co. (M. and D. Bing and M. 
rston), clothing and furnishing 

Howell. 

h, James A., groceries and provis- 
lowell. 
Calvin, coopor, Bacon. 

L. A., physician, Howell, cor. Mc- 
n. 

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tiodfroj, Frederick C, groceries, provisions 

and stoneware, Howell, cor. McCollnm. 
Green, J., sash, blinds and doors. 
Hall & Marvin (Henry L. Hall and James 

H. Marvin), general store, Howell, cor. 

Manning. 
Hammond. Allen, general store, Howell. 
Hanaford, J. W., bakery. Broad. 
Hancock. Oscar, groceries and provisions, 

Howell. 
Harris, £. & A., milliners. Broad. 
Hastings & Mason (A. M. Hastings and C. 

Mason), liardware, Howell. 
Hatton. Charles, merchant tailor, Howell. 
Hicks, R. S., harness maker, Howell, cor. 

McCollum. 
Hay den, Joseph T., station agent. 
Hillsdale Businesii College, Cal- 
kins, Griffin & Co., proprs. 
Hobby, Dr. dentist, Howell. 
Hummell & Bryan (Mrs. A. D. Hummell and 

Mrs. C. M. Bryan), milliners, Howell. 
Hummel, J. H. photograph artist, Howell. 
Cree, A. L., flour and saw mill (Valley 

City Mills), Railroad, cor. Welch. 
Jewett & Smith (O. H. Jewett and Joseph 

Smith), general store, Howell. 
Johnson & Wheeler (H. H. Johnson and H. 

J. Wheeler), marble dealers. North, cor. 

Ferris. 
Johnson. C. C, physician, near college. 
Koi)pe, William, currier and leather store. 

Broad. 
Keating, Edward C, grocer. Broad. 
Keating, L. N., lawyer, McCollum. 
Kellogg, H. F., lawyer and justice of the 

peace. 
Killen & McKee (Hugh Killen and John 

McKce), blacksmiths, Union. 
Kochenthal Brothers (J. and M.), merchant 

tailors and clothing, Howell. 
KNICKERBOCKER, GEORGE A., lawyer, 

Howell. 
Koon, Ezra L., lawyer, Waldron Block. 
Kreiter, Frank H., grocer. Broad. 
Lambert, J. & R., meat market, Broad. 
Loring, William N., produce dealer, cor. 

Ilowell and Bacon. 
Lowery, H. H. & Brother (Hugh H. and 

Sandy), marble dealers, Broad. 
March, E. J., lawyer, over \x\Bi office. 
Mark, George A., county surveyor. 
Marsh, J. F., auctioneer. 
Mclntyre, Jjanty, grocer. North. 
Mead, Philander, crockery, glass and wooden 

ware, wholesale and retail, Howell. 
Meyer, E., clothing and merchant tailor, 

Howell. 
Mills. John L., physician. Standard building. 
MONTGOMERY. WILLIAM R., lawyerand 

claim agent, Howell. 
Mott, C. E., boots and shoes. Standard 

building. 



Nimocks & Spaolding (C. A. Nimocks and 

C. L. Spaolding), books, stationerj and 

news depot, HowcdL 
Osgood, Miss Jennie, milliner, HowelL 
Packard, T., harness maker. HowelL 

Pavrie, , turning shop, Bacon. 

Peck, D. W. C, planing mill and 0B«h ho- 

tory, cor. Railroad and Union. 
Peters, Rev. G. K (Epinopal). 
Pierce, Smith & Co. (Henry Pierce, C.R 

Smith and Edward Phelps), ajrricnltnnl 

works, steam enffinet and miB gearing, 

cor. Railroad and Welch. 
Porter, W^illiam, boots and shoes, Howell. 
Porter, William R., tobacco and dgari, 

HoweU. 
Pratt & Dickerman (D. L. Pratt and A. 

Dickerman), lawyers, Waldron Block. 
Railroad House, opp. depot. George Knapp, 

propr. 
Ricabv, Richard W., lawyer, Mott's Block. 
Rice's'Hotel, William H. Bice, propr.. North. 
Rice, Orville N., druggist. Howell. 
Riehm, George, blacksmith, Railroad. 
Roath, Miss L. A., dress maker. Broad. 
Rohrig, Philip, barber, Waldron House. 
Rowlson. H. B., publisher and proprietor of 

Hillsdale Standard, Howoll. 
Rudolph, Henry, baker. Broad. 
Rugglcs & Co. (D. and C. Ruggles), planing 

mill, chair and bedstead mannfacton-. 

F(»rri8. 
Ryckert, Rev. Charies (Catholic). 
Samm & Jeffi^ray (Michael Samm and 

Thomas Jefferay), groceries and provis- 
ions, Howell. 
Second National Bank, Howdl, Henry Wal- 

dnm, pri'itid^nt; Jameb K. Fisher, cashier. 
Silver & Torbt% t^)bacco and cigars, HowelL 
Simpson, John R., physician and droggist, 

Broad. 
Skinner, E. N., flouring mill. 
Smith, Georgti E., phvsician, Howell. 
Smith, W. H. & Brotiier (W. H. and John 

II.), livery stable and proprs. of W^estem 

Hotel, Howell, cor. Bacon. 
Sparrow, Henry, foundry, machine shop and 

agricultural implements. Railroad. 
SptH-khardt, Rev. G. (Lutheran). 
Spiegel, Augustus C, boot and shoe maker 

and Baloon, Broad. 
Stevens & Baldy (Joseph Stevens and L. B. 

Baldy), meat market, Howell. 
Stone, W. L.,jeweler, Howell. 
Thomas, Z. D., justice ot the peace, and 

insurance agent, cor. Howell and McCol- 
lum. 
Thomas, D.. ])hy8ician, near college. 
Tillott8f>n, L. C, carriage maker and black- ' 

smith, McCollum. 
Tribe, William, painter. Broad. 
Van Valkenburg & Pierre (E. Van Valken- 

burg and Hiram Pierce), manufticturers 

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n Vineyard, N., groceries and provisions, 
r Howell. 

Vlanks, G. V., barber. Howell. 
^ Waldron Honao, Howell, Glasgow & Skin- 
\ ner, proprs. 

Weaver & Gray, furniture, Broad. 
B Western Hotel, cor. Howell and Bac^n, W. 
H. & J. H. Smith, proprs. 
Wheaton & Cutler, land agents. 
5 Whelan, A. F., physician, Hillsdale. 
3 Willits, Mrs. M. E.. milliner, Howell. 
- Wilmot, L. S., jewel rv store. Howell. 

Wilson & Parker (E. fa. C. Wilson and C. C. 
a Parker), lawyers, office in Standard 
2 building. 

l¥llsoii A Skidmore (William Wilson 
I and George C. Skidmore), dry goods. 
Broad. 
Wilson & Roby (F. Jerome Wilson and Ed- 
ward Roby), painters, Ferris. 
Winsor & Reynolds (J. W. Winsor, C. M. 
Winsor and J. C. Reynolds), commission 
merchants and lumber and produce deal- 
ers. Railroad Square. 
Wyllis, J. C, lawyer and insurance agent, 

Waldron Block. 
Toung, James A., saloon, Broad. 



HINTON. 
A township of Mecosta county. Popula- 
tion, 800. 



HOLLAND. 
A post office and township of Ottawa 
county, containing a population of about 
2,000, mostly Holland Dutch. It is situated 
near the mouth of Black River, 50 miles 
north-wast of Kalamazoo. Postmaster — 
John Roost. 



HOLLY. 

An incorporated poet village in the town- 
ship of Holly, Oakland county, situated on 
the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad. 47 
miles from Detroit, and at the southern ter- 
minus of the Flint and Holly Railroad. It 
contains about 1,300 inhabitants, three 
churches, one Masonic lodffe (Holly, No. 
134), one lodge of Odd Fellows, a wi»ekly 
newspaper, the Holly Register, one private 
bank, nine general stores, two hardware, 
two drug, four grocery, and two book 
stores, five hotels, several mills, mechanic 
shops, etc. The village is rapidly growing, 
and is surrounded by a rich and productive 
agricultural district. The township, inde- 
pendent of the village, contains 1,100 inhab- 
itants. Three daily mails are received. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor— ThomBA L. Patterson. 
C^A:_Philip Mothersill. 
Treasurer — Jacob Van Steenburg. 
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VILLAGB OFFICERS. 

President— C. C. Waldo. 
Re<iorder — David Hobart. 
Treasurer — J. Van Steenburg. 
Marshal—^. J. Egbert. 
Trustees— D. Q. Collier, L. H. Ripley, 
William Baker. 

lilat of Proltosslons, Trades, ete. 

ALGER & GOLDIN, billiard saloon. Broad. 

Alger, George, saloon, Saginaw. 

Arthur, Samuel A., carpenter. 

Austin, Jerome, grocer and confectioner, 
Sae:inaw. 

Baird, Mrs. L., milliner. Broad. 

Baker, Francis, general store, Saginaw. 

Bancroft, Rev. J. O. (Methodist). 

Bank of Holly — David L. Latourette, presi- 
dent ; William D. Marsh, cashier ; Broad. 

Barton, Joseph, lawyer, Saginaw. 

Bissell, E. & Co., boots and shoes. Broad. 

Bissell, Andrew J., gunsmith, Saiginaw. 

Bowman, William H., baker and confec- 
tioner, Broad. 

Buzzell, John A; BroUiera. 
(John, Isaac and Evans), sash, doors and 
blinds, and plaster mill, Saginaw. 

Calkins, Henry, proprietor Calkins' Hotel, 
Broad. 

Chism, John G., agent Detroit and Milwau- 
kee, and Flint and Holly Railroads. 

€lark A Webber (William H. CUrk 
and John Webber), grocers and produce 
dealers, Saginaw. 

COMSTOCK, ALEXANDER G., clothing. 
Broad. 

Cothrell, William H., blacksmith. Broad. 

Crapo, H. H., lumber dealer (mills at Flint). 

Deusham & Lockhard (Henry Deusham and 
Abram Lockhard), wagon makers, Broad. 

Donaldson, Daniel, liotel and livery. Broad. 

Elliott & Coon, livery and hack line. 

Evans. William G., harness maker. Broad. 

Fisher, John G., boot and shoe maker/ 
Broad. 

Foote, W. C, photographer, Saginaw. 

Fox, Charles D., dentist, Saginaw. 

Fuller, grocer, Saginaw. 

Hadley, T. & W. F., general store, Saginaw. 

Harp, boot and shoe maker, Saginaw. 

Harris, S. D., physician. 

Hathaway & Tucker (Daniel B. Hathaway 
and George M. Tucker), general store, 
Saginaw. 

Havens, J. H. & C. M., boot and shoe makers, 
Saginaw. 

Hickie, Rev. W. W. (Baptist). 

HOBERT & MOTHERSILL (David Hobert 
and Philip Mothersill), general store, Sag- 
inaw. 

HOLMES, GEORGE C, general store, Sag- 
inaw. 

Home Hotel, V. Coon, proprietor, near 
railroad depot. 

Hulbert, Albert M., hardware. 
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Johnson & Collier (Thomas B. Johnson and 
David Collier), drugs and groceries. 

Johnson & Nelson (^ward C. Johnson and 
David F. Nelson), harness makers, Broad. 

Johnson Charles, furniture manufacturer, 
Broad. 

Johnson, Thomas B., physician. 

Kipp, Henry, carpenter. 

Linsley & Slemons (Theran H. Linsley and 
James Slemons), lumber dealers. 

Malcom, J.G., homoeopathic physician, Sag- 
inaw. 

niaxfioii Sl l¥ebb (Myron M. Maxson 
and Martin H. Webb), books, stationery 
and fancy goods, post office building, Sag 
inaw. 

Miller, James E., dry goods and groceries. 
Broad. 

Minick, John K., saloon, Saginaw. 

Norris, W. Y., liver>' stable. Broad. 

Parker, Mrs., milliner, Saginaw. 

Philbrick & Ripley (John S. Philbrick and 
Lauren H. Ripley), hardware and agricul- 
tural implements,, Broad. 

Pittinger, George, carpenter. 

Pomeroy, George, agent of H. H. Crapo, 
lumber dealer, Broad. 

Ransford, Byron N., lawyer, Saginaw. 

RIX, JAMES E., proprietor Hicks House, 
Saginaw. 

Robinson & Barbour (John Robinson and 
George W. Barbour), dealers in liard- 
ware, and agents American Express 
(>>mpany, Saginaw. 

Rose, C, bowling saloon. 

Ruggles, John, coop<fr. 

Schooley, George, carpenter. 

Slade & Gillett (Abner L. Slade and James 
H. Gillett), general store. Broad. 

Smith, Rev. J. S. (Presbyterian). 

Smith, Robert W., boot and shoe maker, 
Saginaw. 

• Snyder, John, general store Broad. 
Spalding, Alphonso, blacksmith, Saginaw. 
Springer, William H., proprietor Holly Ex- 
change hotel, opi)osite railroad depot. 
Stage, William, grocer, Saginaw. 
Stevens, George, barber. 

STIFF, MARTIN, 

Flouring and saw mill. Broad. (See adv.) 

Van Avery, Jacob M., blacksmith. 

Wade, D. W. C, physician, Saginaw. 

Waldo, Aaron P., general bt.>re, Sag- 
inaw. 

Whalen, Abel J., drugs, groceries, 
books and stationery, Saginaw. 

WHALEN, SIDNEY H., watchmaker, Sag- 
inaw. 

Wickens, Luke E., eclectic ])hy8ician. 

Winglemire, Joseph, cabinet maker, Sagi- 
naw street. 

Wanner, Morgan R., railroad eating house. 



HOLT. 
A post office of Ingham ooimty, fonnerij 
known as Delhi Centre. It oontains three 
hotels, two saw mills and one store. Pod- 
master — Stephen S. Gidney. 

liUt of Pro0McloBB, TnUtos» ete. 

Abies & Jones, boot and shoe makers. 
Alton, Godfried, cooper. 
Beebe, George, hotel. 
Chaddoch, Leverett R., physician. 
Cook. William, justice of the peace. 
Elmer & Baker, ffeneral store. 
Fry, Henry, blacksmith. 
Hilliard, Nelson, blacksmith. 
Hoffinan & Watson, general store. 
Stone, Addison, carr&ge maker. 
Thompson. John, justice of the peace. 

HOMER. 

A township and poet viUage of Oalhoon 
county, on the Albion and Jdnesville sta«e 
route, 104 miles west of Detroit. A dauj 
mail is received. Population of township, 
1.400; of village, 500. Goods are shipped 
by the Michigan Central Railroad, 9ia Albi- 
on. Postnuuter — Eki. Henderson. 



HOPE. 

Is a township in the county of Barry, rit- 
uated on the mail route from Aufosta to 
Hastings, about 140 miles westerly from De- 
troit. PosU)ffice, Cedar Creek. PodmaUer 
— Peter Howard. 



HOPKINS. 
A township and post village of AUe||^ 
county. The village contains two churches, 
a saw and flouring mill, a store, and a few 
mechanics* shops: Population of township, 
950, and still settling very rapidly. Tri- 
weekly mail. Pogtmaster^K H. Wait. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Robert A. Baird. 
C'^rA;— Robert R. Edgell. 
Treasurer — Edgar H. Wait. 

I4lsi of ProltossloBs, Trades, ete« 

Baird, Robert A., saw mill. 
Baldwin, J. W., physician. 
Edgell, Robert R., wagon shop. 
Edgell, Jamfis, cabinetmaker. 
Fox, U. R., physician. 
Harvey. Moses, lK)ots and shoes. 
Hicks, Thomas, blacksmith. 
Hop|)er, John E., tinner. 
Jackson, Amos. coo^Kir. 
Kidder, Rev. J. S. (Congregational). 
Perkins, William, cabinet maker. 
Richmond, William, flouring mill. 
Tinker, James H., cooi)er. 
Wait, Exlgar H., general store. 



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HOUaHTON. 

A township of Kowoenaw county, con- 
tamJfig' the imiat ofllee i*f Englts Kiver, It 
contaiiift also the follow] «g siTinll mining 
Tillages, each hATinji a population of from 
50 to 200 : ** Bay Stafa Uim\' ** Phcpnix 
Mine," *^OaMen Otv Mine." ^' Eagle River 
Mine/' and '' H um bol d t Mi ne. " Four of the 
mines are now in activia opemtioa. Popu- 
la I ion of entire township, 2,200. 
TOWN 8 H IF OFTriCEEB, 

Srtperri»a7^-^r>]iu Alexander. 
Cltrk — Joseph Ritallark. 
TVeuiturer^Willimti Van Ortkn. 



HOUGHTON. 

Thelarge«Lt and nrnst iDi[x>rtant village of 
the Upper Pwniiiftiila, sittmted in the county 
of thp name name^ on the south sidy of 
Portage Lake, 14 miles froiii the mouth of 
Port^e River. 595 mile* northwest from 
Detroit, and '72H from Chicago. The lown 
was laid out In 1854, nm\ thy village charter 
was obtained in 18U1. The village in the 
county seat, and hud three chur«!hes, two 
#?:ic!clletitly managed puhlk &chooU, a num- 
lier of stores, hotels, miile, manufactories, 
^'harv(«, and three large and commodious 
warehouses, and two copirt»r wajshing ind 
iitampine' mills (bnlonfi^ng to the *' Grand 
Portage and the "file Roval *' raining 
ctimpinies), also a Maftonic U>dge (Meftnard, 
No. 7f*), and a weekly newBpa[jer, the Min- 
ing GmHie, H. and K McKenxie, editors and 
pr'>pnetors. Therti is a steam ferry boat 
constantly cr<:i«*jin^ Prirtage Lake, and stfvo- 
ral email is team boats find emjiloyment dui^ 
ing" the ftpuson uf navigation in towing vea- 
sela up and down Portage Rivt^r* A mail 
m receivtid by each steamer from Detroit 
and Chicago, averagmg three per wetak. 
Po^tmnjuUr — Kdward, I*, DoiiglaHS. 

E.Ut ofFroffeHslona, Tradfu, «te. 
Adams, S. E., insurance agent, dealer in 

lime, coal and brick* 
Asmus, George, patent washer and hydraulic 

8ei:)arator, 
Bar^tow, H, T,, proprietor Douglass Hotiie. 
Brady, Thomas M., attornt^y at law* 
Brayton* C* W*, watches and jewehy. 
Batt4*rfield, W. W*, proprietor Butte rfield 

House* 
Callom, John, patent washing machine for 

mines. 
D*Aligny, H, F. Q„ agent St, Mar> 's Canal 

Mineral l^jind Cc>TO}>any. 
Bait i 1m, James E., agent Chiciago and North- 

wefltem Railway. 
Ditgrnff & Naucarrom, house and sign 

painters. 
Douglass, Edward F., postmaster and gene- 
mi insurance agent. 
Bouglase MioLu^^ Company; S, J. Edwards 

w?cn'tarj. 

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Edwards, Richard, lumber dealer. 

Fir»t National Bank of Houghton, 

Fuller, George* physician. 

Oottsteln, P. R. 4 Co*, manu&cturers of 
mining candles* 

Grand Portage Copper Company.^ William 
B, True, superinteodant. 

Hoar, John & Bro,, general store. 

HubbelL J. A., attorney, real e«tato and in- 
surance ap3nt. 

Huron Mining Comimny, Edward J. Hurl- 
but, agiL-nt. 

Isle Itoyal Miuining C<»mpany, John Mabhs, 
agent. 

J fines, L. J*, proprietor Half- Way House. 

JohDM)n, James R., dealer in lumber and 
«hing1oA. 

Lef*|K)ld, A. F.p general store. 

Little, Heyn & C-o. (R. A, LittlO H. Heyn, 
E, Eyte'nbeuz), general merclmnta. 

Loring, A. L*, saw mill^ and real estate 
dealer* 

Mnbbs Bn^e. (John and Austiij), agents for 
fiule of niitiing machinery and pjiwder* 

McKenzie, H. & R.^ publishers Portage Lake 
Mining Gazette, job printers and book 
binders, 

Maicten, F. J.^ Portage lAke Found ij and 
machine shop, 

Northrup and Butler {W. A. Northrup and 
J. P. M. Bvitler), geiu'ral merchants* 

O'Qrady, James, attorney at law. 

Patrick, Charles B*, agent Peninsula Rail- 
way. 

Pryor, Joseph, insurance agent, (Huron- 
tf^wn.) 

Putnam, H, & Sou, groceries and liquors* 

Rees, Seth* reai estate agetit. 

Romer, Samuel, dry goodu, groceries and 
liquors. 

Row*. James B., attorney at law. 

8helden and Shofter, dmggit^te* 

Sid man, William P., i»rinciiial Houghton 
GradtHl School. 

Smith, Thom&H, drugs, medicines and gro- 
ceries. 

Smith & Harria, general merchandiie. 

Streeter. WlOiam H., insurance agent. 

Washburn, wat^'.hes and jewelry. 

White, George, eaah and blind manufac- 
turer. 



HOWELL, 

A township and incorporated village 
and coimty seat of Livingston county, 50 
miles from' Detroit, in a northwesterly di- 
rection* It contains, besides some fine sub- 
stantial county buildings, four churches, 
a k»dgf« and a chapter of Masons, a lodge of 
(icKMJ Templajs, a union sch^x)!, several 
stores, groceries, manufacturtng cstablish- 
menta, etc., also, two weekly newspa- 
|iers. It haB a population of 1,200. Two 
daily miiilti fruin Detruit, and unu from 

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Lansing, and several weekljr mails. Powt- 
nuuter — Henry T. Clark. 

YILLAOB 0FFICKR8. 

PreMd^ni—Mylo L. Gray. 
O^rA;— Joseph T. Titus. 
TVeamrer—WiUiMn R. Melvin. 
Marshal— Wmmm R. Melvin. 
Tru^ees—S. F. Hubbell, George Taylor, 
John Jones, William E. Huntley F. J. Lee. 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Jtidge of Probate — Henry H. Harmon. 
Register of Deeds— Kism O'NeU. 
Clerk — Solomon P. Lyon. 
Treasurer — Andrew Riddle. 
Prosecuting Attornev^-Ma.rcviB B. Wilcox. 
Sheriff— John Gould. 
Circuit Court Com, — Benjamin T. O. 
Clark. 
Surveyor— Ezra. N. Fairchild. 
Coroners — Edward Bishop, Conrad Haner. 

SOCIBTIBS. 

Ilaicell Lodge, No. 88, F. and A. M.— 
Meets Wednesday evenings on or before th« 
full moon in each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Livingston Chapter, No. 80, i?. A. M. — 
Meets Friday evenings, on or before the full 
moon in each month, at Masonic Hall. 

HoiccU Lodge, No. 265, /. 0. of G. T.— 
Meets on Monday evening of each week, in 
Good Temi)lars' Hall. 

Livingston County Agricultural Society. — 
Regular meeting, last Thursday in Febru- 
ary. President— R. W. Bingham. Secre- 
tary — Allxjrt Tooley. Treasurer — Nathan 
J. Hickey. 

Livingston County Horse Association (or 
ganizedin 1866)— Pr^-vw^f^/i^— Lardis F. Hub- 
bell. Secretary — Charles W. Barber. 
Treasurer — Alexander McPherson. 

Liciiigston County Mutual Fire Insu^ 
ranee Company (organized in 1863) — Pre4- 
ident — E. J. Hardy. Secretary — Albert 
Tooley. 

CHURCHES. 

Methodist Episcopal CAwrcA — Walnut 
street. Rev. Henry O. Parker, pastor. 

Presbyterian Church — Comer of Sibley 
and McCarthy streets. Rev. Kennedy, pas- 
tor. 

Episcopal Church — CJomer of Higgins and 
North streets. Rev. Lewis, rector. 

Congregational Church^— Comer of Hig. 
gins and North streets. 

HOWELL UNION SCHOOL. 

JHreclor-Uenry C. Briggs. 

Moderator — Marcus B. vV ilcox. 

Assessor — William C. Rumsey. 

IVustees—lstJkc W. Bush, L. C. Smith, 
Henry C. Briggs, Marcus B. Wilcox, and 
William C. Rumsey. 

P/t*/k*tj!>a/— Joshua S. Lane. 



KBW6PAPKR8. 

The Livingston B^ubliean — ^Published 

every Wednesdaj monung. Marciis & 

Wilcox, editor. 
Litingtton Democrat — ^Pablished every 

Wednesday morning by Joaep^ T. Titus, 

editor and proprietor. 

lAnt of Proftosalons, TnUles, etc* 

Bamberger, Isaac, wholesale liquor store 
and grocery. 

Barber. Charles W., proprietor of Livings 
ston House (temperance). 

Blanck, Andrew, physician. 

Briggs, Henry C, watch maker and jeweler. 

Burrell, A., proprietor of Detroit and How. 
ell stage line. 

Cardell, Benjamin W., cabinet maker, un- 
dertaker and marble shop. 

Carpenter, Qoorge W., druggist and book- 
seller. 

Carpenter, Wallace W., lawyer. 

Chambers, William, meat market. 

Clark A; Oallowajr (George L. Claik 
and John Galloway), foundry and ma- 
chine shop. 

Clark, Henry^ T., poetmaater, Ormnd 
River street. 

Coats, A., photographer. 

Cole, Orlando, tailor. 

Currier. A. F., phydcian and dentist. 

Cunmisky, Barney, blacksmith. 

Cunmisky, John, groceries, hardware and 
liquors. 

Dean & Flint (Levi C. Dean and Leydard 
Flint), general store. 

I>onley, Joseph H., boot and shoe maker. 

Edgar, William H.. watchmaker and jew- 
eler. 

Embury, IteTid, banker (Exchange 
Bank). 

>:MBURY, JEROME D., cashier of Ex- 
change Bank. 

Finsterwald, Joseph, hats, cape and clothing. 

Fourge, Jacob H., meat market. 

Gay. Mylo L., lawyer, claim agent and jus- 
tice of the peace. 

Gilbert, Joseph M., hamees maker. 

Griffith. William R., furniture. 

Greenway & Curtis (Henry Greenwaj and 
Henry B.Curtis), blacksmiths and wagon 
makers. 

Greenway and Williamson (George Green- 
way and William Williamson), general 
store. 

Haines, I^eonard, groceries and provisions. 

Harmon, Henry R., lawyer. 

Harvey & Coleman (Joseph J. Harvev and 
Harrison Coleman), hotel. Union Hall, and 
livery stable. 

Herrington, Sidney D.. painter. 

Hubbell, Lordis F., lawyer. 

Huntley. Ira C, livery, and proprietor of 
Howell and Fentonville stage line. 

Hutton & C<x>per (Robert C. Hutton and 
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Hutton, Robert C, assistant U. S. assurance 

and examining surgeon. 
Jewett & Grossman (William D. Jewett and 

Z. Fobes Crossman), general store. 
Jones & Snell (John Jones and Joseph 

Snell), brewery and restaurant. 
Kennedy, Rev. (Presbyterian). 
Knapp k Co. (William L. Knapp and Mark 

J. Stanley), blacksmiths and wagon 

makers. 
Laking, (Jeorge W., bakery. 
Lane, Joshua S., principal of union school. 
Lasford & Scott (Abram Lasford and Fred 

K. Scott), barbers. 
Lee, Frederick J., real estate dealer. 
Lewis, Rev. (Episcopal). 
Mason & Blessed, Mrs., milliners. 
Mason, J. G., sash, doors and blinds, and 

manufacturer of ink. 
McPherson, Alexander & Co., bankers. 
McPherson, WilUam & Sons (William, Wil- 
liam, Jr., and M. John), general store, on 

Orand River, and drug store, cor. of East 

and River. 
Melvin, William R., blacksmith and car- 
riage maker. 
Mills, Henry H., general store. 
Monroe & Gregory (Francis N. Monroe and 

Edward P. Gregory), hardware. 
Palmer, Mrs., photographer. 
Parker, Rev. Henry O. (Methodist). 
Ray wait, John T., proprietor of Dexter and 

Howell stage line. 
Rumsey, R. H., livery stable. 
Sliields, Dennis, lawyer and circuit court 

commissioner. 
Skilbeck. J. B. & Son (Joseph B. and Perley 

D), boots, shoes, leather and groceries. 
Smith. Amos, shoe maker. 
Smith, Eiewi D., abstract land office, 

real estate broker and insurance agent, 

register's office. 
Sullivan, Lorenzo H., harness maker. 
Swiney, James, tailor. 
Taylor & Kenyon (George Taylor and Wil- 

liam Kenyon), druggists and grocers. 
Teasdail. Alonzo, blacksmith. 
Tilley, Rev. William (Baptist). 
TitUfi, Joseph T., editor and proprie- 
tor of Livinggton Democrat. 
Tucker, Giles, groceries, boots and shoes. 
Van Deusen, John J., flour and feed store. 
Van Deusen & Taylor (John J. Van Deusen 

and George Taylor), steam saw mill. 
Van Loon, Mrs., milliner. 
Waylo:, Mrs., millinery and fancy goods. 
Wells, William L., physician. 
Wilcox, Joseph H. insurance agent. 
Wilcox, Marcus B., lawyer and editor of 

Livingston Republican. 
Winnegan, Warren H., leader of Howell 

Silver Band. 
Winship, Handel, proprietor of Winship 

House. 
Wykoff; F. S., foundry and machine shop. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, &C., Sll 



HUBBARDSTON. 
A small post village of Ionia coun'y. 
Postmaster— Alheri G. Russell. 



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. HUDSON. 

A township and incorporated village of 
Lenawee county, on the Michigan Southern 
Railroad, 18 miles west of Adrian. This 
place was first settled in 1834, the township 
was organized in 1840, and the village in- 
corporated in 1854. The village contains 
five churches, two large union schools, seve- 
ral secret societies, two independent weekly 
newspapers, the Hudson Gazette, published 
by W. T. B. Schermerhom, and the Hudson 
Herald, published by Titus Babcock, two 
banking houses, several fine public halls, 
business blocks and elegant private dwell- 
ings. Also contains numerous stores and 
mechanics' shops, and some quite extensive 
manufactories. Population, 2,000. Pott- 
master — J. M. Wood. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Svpervisor — Loronzo Palmer, 
Clerk — J. J. Hogaboam. 
Treasurer — E. J. Southworth. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

President^Jj. R. Pierson. 

Recorder — Perry Shumway. 

Trustees— i. C. Hogaboam, Benjamin 
Wright, William N. Bowers, John Bean, 
H. M. Bariow 

PUBLIC HALLB. 

Armory Hall, Main street. Boies JSiall, 
Main street, Freeman's HaU, Church street. 
Liberty HaU, Main street. 

SOCIETIES. 

Maxon Lodge, No. 26, F.dk. A. if— Meets 
Monday evening on or before each full 
moon, at Masonic Hall. 

Warren Lodge, No. 147, F. & A. M.-^ 
Meets on Thursday evening, on or before 
the full moon, at their hall on Main street. 

Hudson Chapter, No. 28, R. A. M., meets 
on the first and third Wednesday evening 
of each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Hudson Council of R. d; 8. MasUr»—Ueets 
on Friday evening, on or before the full 
moon in each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Council of P. of J. — Meets at Masonic 
•^all, on call. 

G. L. of P.— Meets at Masonic Hall, on 
caJll. 

Hudson Lodge, No. 26, /. 0. of 0. F.— 
Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, Main street. 

/. 0. of G. r., No. 800— Meets Friday 
evening, at Odd Fellows* Hall. 

lilst of ProltoMlons, Trades, etc. 

Aldrich, Welcome, carpenter. 
Armstrong, J. B., painter. 
Armstrong, R. H., gunsmith. 

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Babcock, Titus, publisher of Herald. 
Baker & Snjdcr (William Baker and John 

Snyder), general store. 
Baker & VanEpe (Mrs. D. Baker and Mrs. 

L. VanEps), millinery store. 
Ball, Allen, saloon. 
Barkman, L., grocer. 
Bayns, Rev. J. W., Presbyterian. 
Beach, R. A., boots and shoes. 
Bedell & Foshe (James Bedell and E. M. 

Foehe), millinery and fancy goods. 
Beesom, F. B. & Co. (Frank B. Beesom and 

Albert Moflfat), hardware. 
Billings & Pratt (R. O. Billings and J. B. 
Pratt), dry goods, groceries, and boots and 
shoes. 
Bird, G. G., painter. 

BirdsaU & Blackman (William B. BirdsaU 
and J. G. Blackman), agricultural steam 
works and foundry. 
Boies, Rude & Co. (H. M. Boies, N. Rude, 

and John K. Boies), bankers. 
BolU's, Charles H., dentist. 
Boies. Henry M. & John K., proprietors Ex- 
change Hotel. 
Brewer, Miss A., milliner. 
Brokaw & Bro. (Austin H. and Joseph M.), 

groceries, crockery, glassware. 
Brown, Daniel, grocer. 
Brown, F. D., carpenter. 
Carter, George VV., carriage maker. 
Chaffee, Rev. C. T., (Baptist). 
Chapman & Dunks (D. W. Chapman and E. 

J. Dunks), druggists. 
Clark. H. E., hats, caps and furs. 
Cobb Brothers (Edward, James H., Franklin 

H. and Durfey B.), general store. 
Conant, E., jewelrj' store. 
Cone, George F., harness maker. 
Crasher, Noah, cooper. 
Darling, C. W. & Co. (Charles W. Darling 

and W. N. Palmer), whiiw and cigars. 
Dean, Charles, manufacturer of grain screens 

and elevators. 
Deacon, Michael, grocer. 
DeGolyer & C/O. (James DeGolyer and Wil- 
liam Whitney), hub, spoke and bending 
factory. 
Doyle, M., tailor. 
Eaton, S. A. & R. J., drugs, furniture and 

crockery. 
Eshonor, *S. & Co. (S. Eshenor and F. D. 

Beach), groceries and saloon. 
Finney. A. A., boots and shoes. 
Frcnsdorf, l^ewis, grocer. 
Frensdorf, L. & J. (Lewis and Jacob), cloth- 
ing store. 
Friend, William, bakery and saloon. 
Fritts, C. & C^., hardware. 
Gahagan & Edwanls (Thomas Gahagan 
and Peter Eklwards), boots, shoes and gro 
ceries. 
Gay & Day (E. A. Gay and C. G. Day), 
druggists. 



Gistwite, J., barber. 

Gray, D., painter. 

Green, George W., phjBlGian and snigeoiL 

Gre^ry & GUlett (C. Gregoxy and B. X. 

Gillett), general store. 
Griswold & Straub (Philander CMswold and 

William Straub), fanning mill makers. 
Gristwite, J., saloon. 
Harris & Beach (C. Harris and A. L. Beach), 

dry goods, cloths, and merchant tailora 
Haas, Woodward & Go. (John Haas, 8. J. | 

Woodward and Christian Haas), general ! 

store. 
HascaU, Rev. E. R., (Methodist). 
Hewitt, O. W., physician. 
Hiner, Henry, grocer. 

HOGABOAM, JAMES J., lawyer and in- 
surance agent. 
Huller, Thomas J., lawyer. 
James, Mosher & Go. (N. B. James, W. J. 

Mosher and H. M. Boies), general store. 
Johnson, J. M., planing mill. 
Johnson & Green (A. J. Johnson and L. W. 

Green), livery stable. 
Jones & Smith (James Jones and P. G. 

Smith), blacksmiths. 
Jonsen, M., boots and shoes. 
Kellogg & Grice (Henry Kellogg and An- 
drew W. Grice), restaurant and tobacco 

store. 
Kidder, E. D., lawyer. 
Knapp, C. P. & Co. (C. P. Knapp and C. H. 

Buck), boots and shoes. 
Knapp, George, lumber dealer. 
Lang, Herman, clothing. 
Lawless, James T., furniture and mider- 

taking. 

LOWE, J. & C. (James and Charles), gro- 

eery, saloon and billiard room. 
Lynch, David, blacksmith. 
Merriss, John P., cooper. 
Minchin, T. B., physician. 
Molden & Stephenson (James Molden and 

Samuel ^Stephenson), machinists and^ 

foundry. 
MONTGOMERY & PEASE (William H. 

Montgomery' and O. W. Pease), druggists. 
Moreland, Stephenson & Co. (J. Moraand, 

S. Stephenson and J. Stephenson,) ma- 
chinists and founders. 
Morse & Christopher (Charles E. Morse 

and John Christopher), flouring and saw 

mill. 
Nelson, Harriet H., milliner. 
O'Connell, Michael, saloon. 
O'Flinn, Cornelius, boots and shoes. 
Palmer & Loyster (F. F. Palmer and A. 

Loyster), general store. 
Palmer, John, tailor. 
Palmer, Lorenzo, justice of the peace. 
Palmer, T. W. & Co.. books and stationeir. 
Peck & Blossom (Charles H. Peck and E. 

W. Blossom), meat market. 
Pettitt, A. M. & D. W., carpenters. 



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Pettitt, George, barber. 

Piereon, Levi R., justice. 

EHper, R. B., blacksmitli. 

Pixley, Joseph, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Pursell &Swartout (E. A. Pursell and L. W. 

Swartoatj, carriage makers. 
Putnam, C. H., station and U. S. Express 

agent. 
Retan & Richmond (A. D. Retan and O. F. 

Richmond), tannery. 
Rice, Freeman, justice of the peace. 
Rice, George W.. physician. 
Robinson, Joseph, blacksmith. 
Elose & Lane (C. W. Rose and E. P. Lane), 

merchant tailors. 
Rowley, N. L., photographer. 
Schermerhom, William T. B., publisher 

Gazette. 
Seonwald, P. & W., jewelers. 
Sherman, Charles, billiard saloon. 
Shumway & Daniels (Perry Shumway and 

Henry IL Daniels), general store. 
Shumway, P., cooper shop. 
Smart & Hale (A. R. Smart and P. H. Hale), 

physicians. 
South worth & Wood (E. J. South worth and 

J.J. Wood), books and stationery. 
Spencer, David H., photographer. 
Steger & Walker (John Steger and A. S. 

Walker), meat market. 
Stevens & Perkins (H. G. Stevens and A. 

Perkins), harness makers. 
Stonax, Rev. W G. (Episcopal.) 
Stroud, D. R. & Co., stone and marble deal- 
ers. 
Tayer, B. J., physician. 
Tarsney Brothers (T. and J.), saloon. 
Tubhs & Sumner (D. Tubbs and O. A. Sum- 
ner), grocers. 
VanDoreil, C, confectionery, ice cream, 

and oyster saloon, and dealers in books 

and Yankee notions. 
VanEps. Peter, cooper. 
Waggoner, Garrett, livery stable. 
Welch & Stayt (H. Welch and C. A. Stayi), 

dentists. 
WHITBECK, J. & G. W. (John and George 

W.), lawyers. 
"Wilson, Peter R., proprietor (Hudson House), 

and livery stable. 
Wirtz, Caleb H., justice of the peace. 
Wo<xl, MiKd Nancy, milliner and dressmaker. 
Wright & Hog^a'boom (Benjamin Wright 

an<l J. C. Hogal)oom), fanning mills and 

washing machines. 



HURON. 
A post villaffc of Wayne county, in the 
township of Brownstown. on the Detroit 
and Toledo branch of the Michigan Southern 
Railroad, 27 miles from Detroit. It con- 
tains two general stores, one hotel, one 

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stave factory, etc. Population, 200. Po^ 
master — J. L. Wallace. 

liUt of ProftoMlonSf Trades, etc. 

Austin, Stephen H., blacksmith. 
Cono, John, boots, shoes and ffroceries. 
Dudley, Adolphus, blacksmith. 
Ketchum. John C, saw mill. 
Rowell, David, station agent. 
Russon, G., hotel (Gen. Grant House). 
Russon, G., saloon. 
Strong, Jolin, stave factory. 
Wallace, J. L., general store, express agent 
and j ustice of the peace. 

ida! 

A township and postoflBce of Monroe 
county, on the Michigan Southern Railroad, 
50 miles from Detroit, 10 miles from Monroe, 
the county seat, and 2^ miles from Adrian. 
The township has two German Reformed, 
two Lutheran, two Methodist and one 
Catholic church, two steam saw mills and 
two stores. Population, 800. It has a daily 
mail. PostmoHter — H. H. Ranch. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supercisor — Nathan Langdon. 
Clerk— James Richardson. 
Treasurer — Herman Gardner. 
lilst of Proltosslonss Trades^ etc. 

Ackley, Frederick, lumber dealer. 

Freidenburg & Brother, general store. 

Gregory, Rev. Joseph (Methodist). 

Harris, Henry N., blacksmith. 

Honberger, henry, saw mill. 

Jones, Rev. Henry L. (Free Methodist). 

Miller, A. E., constable. 

Musson, E. D., physician. 

Nill, Paul, saloon. 

Oetjeneus, Rev. John (Lutheran). 

Rauch, Henry H., general store and expreta 

agent. 
Sandoe, Rev. W. B. (German Reformed). 
Shaffer, Daniel, blacksmith. 
Snell, Sylvester, physician. 
Southwick, B. F., real estate agent. 
Squires, Rev. A. C. (Methodist). 
Steger, Rev, C. C. (Lutheran). 

imEay. 

A township and post village in the coun- 
ty of Lapeer, situated 55 miles from Detroit. 
It has one mail a week. Posttncuter — Jo- 
seph B. Deneen. 

INDEPENDENCE. 
A township of Oakland county. Popula- 
tion, 1,400. 

INDIAN CREEK. 
A post office of Kent county, in the town- 
ship of Alpine, Ave miles from Grand 
Rapids, its nearest express office and ship- 
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Ing point. Daily mail. Poitma^ter — 
'rancis W. Bullen. 
I«lst of Proftwrtoius Trades, ete« 

Bettis, Joeeph, hoteL 

Coffee, John, justice of the peace. 

Hills, E., hotel. 

Pierce, S., hotel, 

Watennan, Charles, justice of the peace. 



INDIAN FIELDS. 
A township of Tuscola county. Popula- 
tion, 800. 

ING-HAM. 
A township of Ingham county. Popula- 
tion, 1,400. (See DansviUe.) 

INVERNESS. 
A township of Cheboygan county, on the 
Straits of Mackinac, and containing the 
important post village ot Duncan. 

- IONIA. 
A township and flourishing incorporated 
post village in a county of the same name, 
situated mu Grand River, about 00 miles 
from its month, and 124 miles northwest 
from Detroit, on the Detroit and Milwaukee 
Railroad. The village is located in a beau- 
tiful valley, surrounded by a rich farming 
country in a state of high cultivation. It 
contains two extensive flouring mills, two 
two iron foundries, two sash factories, a 
brewery, two banking houses, three hotels, 
about W stores, and many professions and 
mechanical trades. It contains also a lodge, 
chapter, council and commandery of F. 
and A. M., a fine Union school, six cuurcht^, 
an agricultural society, a United States 
Land Office and two weekly newspapers 
(lorua Gazette and Ionia Sentinel). Popu- 
lation 2,500. Postmaster— L. D. Smith. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — E. S. Johnson. 
Clerh—R. A. Chapman. 
Treasurer — James Maines. 

VILLAQE OFFICERS. 

President— A. F. Bell. 

Clerk — H. A. Chapman. 

Treasurer— WtiiieT D. Arnold. 

Trustees— C. S. Cooper, James Kennedy, 
H. S. Rich, A. F. Carr, H. Wilson, B. 
Harter. 

CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian GhurcJi — Main street, Rev. 
E. D. Newberv, paster. 

Episcopal (fhurc^—F'mt street, Rev. D. B. 
Lyon, rector. 

Baptist Church — Main street. Rev. A. 
Cornell, pa^stor. 

Methodist Church — Washington street. 
Rev. Q. F. Barnes, pastor. 



Catholic Church — Dye street, Bev. Father 
Baltic, pastor. 

Discwles vhurch — MaiA Btreet, Bev. 
Isaac Everett, pastor. 

SOCIETIES. 

Ionia County AgricuUural 8oeUt^f—k^ 
nual fairs held last week in September or 
first week in October. President, £. P. Eel- 
sey ; Secretary, P. H. Taylor. 

Ionia Lodge No. 26, 1*. dk A. Jf.— Meett 
Wednesday on or before each loll mona, at 
Masonic Hall. 

Ionia Chapter, No. lA^F. ds A, Jf.— Meeti 
Friday on or before each fhll moon, at Mi- 
sonic Hall. 

Imiia Council, No. 12, F. it A.M.—JAeeiu 
Thursday on or before each fall moon, at 
Masonic Hall. 

Ionia Commandery, No. 11, F. tt A.M.— 
Meets Friday after each full moon, at Ma- 
sonic Hall. 

UKITED STATES LAND OFFICE. 

Register — Ambrose A. Stevens. 

B^ieiver — John C. Dexter. 

Deputy U. S. Marshal — Charles Bean. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Moderator— H. Rich. 

IHrectar — J. C. Blanchard. 

Assessor — E. S. Jolinson. 

Trustees— F. HaU. L. S. Lovell, David 
Irish. 

Pnncipal Union School — Charies A 
Hutchius. 

JaImX of Professions, Trades, ete. 
Amphlett & Bro., crockery and glass ware, 

Main. 
AxtA.^11, Cliarles, mason. 
Bailey, L. H., Eagle Hotel, comer Main and 

First. 
Baroth, H., music teacher. Main. 
Bayard, Samuel M., eclectic physidan, 

Second. 
Beau, Charles, plaster milL 
Benedict, T. B., homoeopathic physician, 

Main. 
Bennett, J. S., lawyer. 
Beutly, A. G., proprietor Ionia House, Wash- 
ington. 
Bigelow, C. D., pattern maker. 
Bigelow, Charles, painter. 
Bigolow, J. W., ladder maker. 
Blanchard & Beaty, flouring mill. 
Blanchard. Bell & Dodge (J. C. Blanchard, 

A. F. Bell and A. W. Dodge), lawyers, 

Main. 
Bliw, Milton, woolen factory. 
BisLodeau, Henry, grocer, comer Main and 

Jackson. 
Boozer, H. W.', phot«)grapher, Main. 
Bordwell, B. F., meat market, Main. 
Urice, Mrs. A. S., milliner. • 
Bro^^Ti. James J., grocery and saloon. Main. 
Burrows & Hicks, saw mill. 



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Co. (William and H. T.), stave fac- 
Front. 

rfleld, Hfoiefi B., attomej at 
omer Main and Second, 
obert D., blacksmith and wagon 
r, Second. 

1, A. C. & Co. (A. C, George N. and 
, general store, Main, 
n, Daniel P., gunsmith, Dye. 
Arba, j iwtice of the peace, Main. 
I, Edi¥in A., machine shop and 
ry, manufacturer of White's patent 
, horse rake, and agricultural imple- 
i, near public square, 
feorge W., photographer, Main. 
rs. H., milliner, Main. 
Ashley, carpenter and builder, 

Q. S. & Co. (George S. Cooper and 
Thayer), general store. Main. 
Alanson, physician, Main. 
Bros., general store. Main, 
A. B., agent American Express Com- 

R, A. B. & CO. (A. B. Culver and 
n Lowe), books and stationery, 

, L. M., drugs and medicines, 

d. 

vV. R., dentist, Main. 

Fred., boots and shoes, Main. 

Daniel, blacksmith, depot. 

John C, receiver United States 
Office. 

J. C. & Son (John C. and Theodore 
ovelty Mills, Main. 
8, Miss Anna, telegraph operator, 
it and Milwaukee Railroad. 
John, saloon, Main. 

Colby, steam saw mill. 
'Jelson, livery. First, 
itional Bank, A. F. ('arr, president ; 
\ Kennedy, cashier. Main, 
ng[, BarriU & Teir (John 
ng, Eli B. Burrett and Thomas S. 
agricultural implements, iron 
rv and machine shop, Dye. 
iing (H. C. Foot and W. B. King), 
», Main. 
% Elijah, harness, saddle and 

manufactory. Main. 
•, Jerome, saloon, Depot, 
aton, jewlery. Main, 
h, L. & N. S., grocers, Main. 
I, Mrs. Louisa, milliner, Main, 
iirs. D. C, milliner, Main. 
Vndrew, blacksmith. Third. 
3. A., boots and shoes. Main. 
, Peter, general store. Main. 
Townsend (Frederick Hall and L. B. 
send), land agents. Main. 

Soule (Frederick Hall and James 
)ule), general store, Main, 
ay, A. B., dentist. Main. 

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Hearsay, Mason, insurance agent. 
Henderson, Mrs., milliner, ^&in. 
Higer & Slowman (L. Higer and S. Slow- 
man), general store, Msln. 
Hinds, l^lson, blacksmith, Dye. 
Holmes, Ransom, flouring mill. 
Hudson, R. & Son (R. and G. L.), merchant 

tailors, Main. 
Hamptarey, R. J., dentist, comer Main 

and Third. 
Hutchins & Cutler (J. B. Hutchlns and W. 

R. Cutler), druggists. Main. 
Inman, E., cooper. Front. 
Irish, Sherman & Mills (David Irish, Sydney 

Sherman and Lucius Mills), general store, 

Main. 
Jeiirell, David A., notary public, ofl9ce 

with American Express Company, Main. 
Johnson A; Thompson (E. S. John- 
son and C. O. Thompson), dry goods, 

clothing, boots and shoes, comer Main 

and Third. 
Jones, John, wagon maker, Main. 
Kahn, Leopold, general store, Main. 
Kennedy, James, insurance and claim agent. 

Main. 
Eidd, J. M. & Co. (James M. and James H.), 

planing mill, Jackson. 
Knight, Alexander A., furniture. Main. 
Lehman, John, proprietor Farmer's House, 

Dye. 
Lender, J. G., architect, Front. 
Lockner & Miner(A. Lockner and A. lifiner), 

blacksmiths, Main. 
Logan & Wallace (E. Logan and G. W. 

Wallace), grocers. Main. 
Marble, E. M., lawyer. Main. 
McConnell, Mrs. Julia F., hardware. Main. 
McDonnell, J., proprietor Union House, 

Main. 
McDonnell, James, painter, Washington. 
McGovem, Daniel, restaurant, Main. 
McLaughlin, James, saloon. Third. 
Meriott, Southwick, furniture, Main. 
Millard, C. A., sewing machines, Main. 
Miller, Henry, forwarding and conunission 

merchant, near depot. 
Milligan & Co. (William Milligan and F. B. 

Peck), sash factory, comer Main and 

Jackson. 
MitcheU WillUm W., Uwyer, Main. 
Mooney, John, wagon maker, Washington. 
Morgenthaler, Henry, boots and shoes. 

Main. 
Morgenthaler, Lewis, saloon. Main. 
Pacaud, T. H., baker and confectioner. 

Main. 
Page, W. C, banker. Main. 
Pangbom & McCoy, general store, Main. 
Pickford, John, station agent, Detroit and 

Milwaukee Railroad. 
Pickett, Robert M., gunsmith. Second. 
Pierce & Co. (S. E. Pierce and H. M. Hins- 

dell), books and stationery, Biain. 
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Powell, E. R., publisher of Ionia CrozeUe, 

Main. 
Reichart & Tapping (Joseph Reichart and 

Ernest Tapping), meat market, Third. 
Reynolds, J., meat market. Main. 
Rich, H. & Co. (H. Rich and M. D. Arnold), 

general store. Main. 
Richmond & Patrick (C. D. Richmond and 

J. Patrick), saloon, Third. 
Root, J. L., grocor. Main. 
Root, J. L., jeweler, Main. 
Schild, Conrad, carriage maker, comer Dye 

and Front. 
Schild, John, carriage maker, corner Dye 

and Front. 
Schtouckor, Frank, saloon, Main. 
Sessions, Alonzo, assessor Fourth District, 

Main. 
Shepard & Crothers (D. Shepard and J. W. 

Crothers). harness makers. Main. 
SHERMAN HOUSE, Irish & Johnson (E. 

L. Irish and William W. Johnson), pro- 
prietors, corner Main and Second. 
Sherwood & Johnson (W. A. Sherwood and 

W. T. Johnscm), agricultural warehouse, 

and seed store. Main. 
Shumway, Mrs. C, hoop skirt manufactory. 

Second. 
Sibley, F. C, druggist. Main. 
Smith & Co. (M. C. and L. D.), general store, 

Main. 
Smith & Shannon (G. A. Smith and Mark 6. 

Shannon), livery stable, Depot. 
Smoltz, Jacob, saloon, Main. 
Soule, D. B & O. H., wagon makers. Main. 
Soiile, L. B., lawyer, corner Main and Third. 
Spencer & Morse (B. F. Spencer and A. F. 

Morse), lawyers, Main. 
Stem & Stark (William A. Stern and H. C. 

Stark), forwarding and commission mer- 
chants. 
Stevenson & Co. (F. W. Stevenson and G. 

W. Northrup), general store. Main. 
Stevenson, Preston & Co. (E. Stevenson, C. 

A. Preston, W. H. Bentley and William 

Brooks, Jr.), general store. 
Stockers, Mrs, milliner, Main. 
Stone, A. B., livery, First. 
Summ & Grinnell (George Summ and 

Charles Grinnell), Ionia brewery. 
Taylor & Stevenson (J. C. Taylor and T. G. 

Stevenson), publishers of Ionia Sentinel^ 

Second. 
Thompson, C. B. & Son, general store, Main. 
Thomas, David, wagon maker. Front. 
TidbaU, H. H., barber. Main. 
Tower & Todd (J. S. Tower and 

Charles D. Todd), hardware. Main. 
Tucker, G. W., music rooms. Main. 
Udell, M. A., grocer, Main. 
Vincent, Robert, painter. 
Walker, Mrs. A„ saloon. Railroad. 
Weaver John, barber. Main. 



Webber & Wilson (G. W. Webber and tt J. 

Wilson), general store. Main 
Wells, W. B., lawyer and Judge of Probtte, 

Main. 
White & Jackson (W. P. Whit© and G. R 

Jackson), painters, Main. 
Williams & Clute (Albert Williams and 

Lemuel Clute). lawyers. Main. 
Wilson Bros. (Benjamin and John C). marble 

dealers. Main. 
Wiser, Henry, Jr., brickmakor. 
Wolff & Geis (Jacob Wolff and Benjamin 

Geis), general store, comer Main and 

Third. 
Worden & Son (E. P. and Wesley), paintere, 

Washington. 
Wortman, D., homoeopathic physician. 

Main. 
Wright, S. H., general store. Main. 

IOSCO. 

A township in the county of Livingston : 
distance from Detroit, 60 miles. It con- 
tains 800 inhabitants ; has one Methodi$<t 
church. 



IRVING'. 
A township and small post village of Barry 
county, on the stage route from Hastings 
to Ada, about 150 miles west from Detroit. 
Two mails received per week. Pott^nfUUr 
— Asahel Hubbard. 



IRA, ; 

A township of St. Clair county, on Lake 
St. Clair, containing the small post village 
of Fair Haven. Population of township, 
including village of Fair Haven, 1,100. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICEB8. 

Sitpermmr — M. Medemeyer. 
Clerk — Jonas Schindler. 



ISABELLA. 

A township in Isabella county, contain- , 
ing a small village called Isabella City. ' 
The post office of tliat name has recently 
l)een discontinued. Blunt is the najy of the 
present post office for this town. 'Oie land 
in this township is of the very beat quality, 
and lies on the border of a very extensive 
pine region. The inhabitants are chiefly 
engaged in lumbering and agriculture. 

ISLE ROYAL. 

A remarkable island, situated in the 
north-western portion of Lake Superior, 
being intersects! near the centre by the 
89th degree of west longitude and the 48th 
degree of north latitude. Its course is 
north-east and south-west. It is about 45 
miles in length, and eight miles in \\idth. 
has an area oi 230 square miles. 



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AAdCASA. B. O-IBSON, i^IL.lL.EN' BENNETT, 

CHi^S. TV. I>ENNY. 

ALO. BEHHBTT, Prefident. J. C. BOKHELL, Caahier. 

PSOFLS'S M&TIOlfAL BAiiK 

OF JACKSON, MICHIGAN, 

CORNER OF MAIN AND MECHANIC STREETS. 
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J. »dt. ROOT, AUSTIN BIL.AIR. 

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ITHICA. 
A post village and the capital of Gratiot 
oounty, situated 20 miles north of St. Johns, 
on the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, and 
120 miles from Detroit. It has four churches, 
Baptist, Methodist, Christian and United 
Brethren, one newspaper, the weekly Jour- 
nal, published by Church & Taylor, a Ma- 
sonic Society (Itlrnca Lodge, No. 123), a saw 
and flouring mill, five stores and several 
mechanic shops. It has three mails per 
week. Postmaster — W. W. Comstock. 
ttimt of Proftesfllons, Trades, etc. 

Beckwith, W. C, furniture dealer and un- 
dertaker. 

Brown, Giles T., attorney at law. 

Church & Taylor, i)ubli8her8 of the Weekly 
Journal. 

Church, N., editor Weekly Journal. 

Comstock, W. W., propr. Ithaca Hotel. 

Crosby, E., nurseryman and horticulturist. 

Everett & Baney, steam saw and grist mill. 

Howd, James W., notary public and claim 
agent. 

Howd, John W. & Son, druggists. 

Howd, H. P., register of de^ and notary 
public. 

Himt, Erastus, blacksmith. 

Jeftery, John, general merchant. 

McCall, Elish, attorney and notary public. 

Marvin, C. W., physician. 

Marvin, William H., insurance and real 
estate agent. 

Nelson & Church, general merchants. 

Patch, Mrs. E. C, milliner. 

Peck, Elijah, county treasurer, notary pub- 
lic and agent for sale of State swamp 
lands. 

Pickett, A., propr. Ithaca Exchange hotel. 

Pickett, Orrin. propr. Pickett's Hotel. 

Prichaitl, S. B., general store. 

Rice, Sutliff & Perry, lumber manufac- 
turers. 

Russell, A. W., wagon maker. 

Scott, W. D., physician and surgeon. 

Shepard. B. M. & Son, general merchants. 

Stackhouse & Eggleston, boot and shoe 
makers and dealers. 

Winton, W. E., i)rosecuting attorney, cir- 
cuit court commissioner and claim agent. 



JACKSON. 4 
The city of Jackson, the cai)ital of Jack 
son county, is pleasantly situated on both 
sides of the Grand river, on the line of the 
Michigan Central Railroad, and at the ter- 
minus of the Jackson branch of the Michi- 
gan Southern, the Grand River Valley and 
Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw Railroads, 
7(5 miles west of Detroit, 36 miles from Lan- 
sing, 47 from Adrian, and 208 from Chicago. 
It ranks as the fourth city in Michigan in 
the order of population, containing at pres- 



ent about 0,000 inhabitants, and is steadily 
increasing. 

The city commands an active trade from 
the rich agricultural oonmiunity by which 
it is surrounded, and has numerous manu- 
facturing establishments, consisting of 
foundries and machine shops, flouring mills, 
tanneries, etc. 

It has eight churches, two union schools, 
one daily and three weekly newspapers, four 
banking houses, an agricultural sodety, a 
Masonic lodge, chapter and oommandery, 
two Odd Fellows' societies, an insurance 
company, four coal mining companies, four 
wholesale drug and three wholesale grocery 
stores, three extensive boot and shoe manu- 
factories, a number of manufactories of fur- 
niture, wagons, carriages and agricultural 
implements, fifteen dry goods and clothing 
stores, several first-class hotels, and a large 
number of elegant business blocks and pri- 
vate residences. 

THE MICHIGAN STATE PRISON. 

Is located on Broad street, near the north- 
em limits of the city. It is composed of a 
main building of brick, 60 feet front, 50 feet 
broad, and three stories high, containing 
offices, etc., with two wings of stone, each 
220 feet in length, by 57 in width and 44 in 
height. The prison wings contain 640 cells. 
In the rear of the east wing is the solitary 
prison, containing 24 cells, in which are 
confined the life convicts. In the rear of 
the west wing is the prison for females, con- 
taining 20 ceils and lia\ing at the present 
time ^ convicts. The work shops, forming 
three sides of a square, are inclosed by a 
wall 22 feet high, there being about six 
acres within the prison yard. The hospital 
is in the third story of the centre building, 
and has accommodations for 50 patienta. A 
chapel 76 by 67 feet, in whicu service is 
regularly held twice each Sabbath, is also 
attached to the prison, and is open alike to 
the convicts and visitors. Two artesian 
wells su])ply the institution with water, 
each flowing at the rate of 80 barrels per 
hour. 

The present number of convicts (November 
30, 1866). is 60y, of which number 880 are 
employed by contract in the manu&ctnre of 
wagons, agricultural implements, furniture, 
boots and shoes and cigars. 

The present officers of the prison are as 
follows : 

Agent — Henry H. Bingham. 

Deputy Keeper — Amos Gould.*^ 

Clerh-J. W. Hulin. — 

Chaplain — H. Hodskiss. 

Physicians — A. J. Hobut, Cyrus Smith. 

Matron— M\B» E. M. Williams. 

Inspectors — Hon. F. H. Rankin, Hon. F. 
F. Moore. 



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A. C. Parsons, A. M., President, 
and Lecturer on Commercial Law. 

H. L. Anthony, Principal of Busi- 
ness Department. 

J. L. Robins, Principal of Theory 
Dei>artment, and Instructor in Sci- 
ence of Accounts. 

B. F. Sears, Assistant, and Instruc- 
tor in Business Penmanship. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — Moses A. McNaugliton. ^ 
Rtieorder — James O'Donnell.^ 
Treasurer — Artemas S. Cushman. 
ifar«///i/— Horace Field. 
{Jiiy Attorney — James VV. Benuoti. •• 



Justices of the Peace — James A. Dyer^ , pastor. 



Warren N. Buck, Lewis D. Welling, James 
W. Bennett.v 

Aldermen — Ist Ward — Marvin Dorrill, 
Sewell S. Vaughn. 2d Ward — Jeremiah A. 
Robinson, Daniel D. Spaulding\8d Ward — 



. H. OUBAND, CIX>THIXO, LATHBOP BLOCK. 

MetJwdist Church — Main street. Ber. L 
R. Fisk, pastor. 

Baptist Church — Comer Washin^^n and 
Jackson streets. Rev. L. D. Palmer, paMor. 

Christian Church — Comer Washington 
and Francis streets. Rev. David £. Millard, 



Charles 
W. 



L. Pierce. 



Kennedy 1^ Hugh 



M. 



Roman Catholic Church — Cooper street 
Rev. C. Moutard, past-or. 

Jewish Synagogue — Rev. J. Eppstines, 
raJbhi. 

Colored Methodist Church — Main street. 

SOCIETIBS. 

Jackson Cotinty Agrieidtural Societjf— 
Regular annual meetings in Jackson, first 
wtH'k in each January. Annual &ir8 on the 
8<M-ioty*8 gnjunds, in the city of Jackson, 
each OctolKT. 

Jaekson Lodge, No. 4, /. O, of O. F.— 
Meets (»very Monday evening, at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, Main street. 

Wililey Encampment, No. 5, /. O. of 0. F. 
— Meets the first and third Tuesdays of each 
month, at Odd Fellowd' Hall. 

Jackson Lodge, No. 17, F. and A. M.— 
MiH^^tH second and fourth Thursdavs of each 
month, at Masonic Hall, cor. Main and 
Jackson streets. 

Michigan Lodge, No. 50, F. and A, M.— 

^,,j«^;._Tenth District, Eugene Pringle.4^ Meets the first an<i third Wednesdays of 

each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Jachsttn ChaptfT, No. 8, F. and A. M. — 
Meets the first and thinl Thursdays of each 
month, at Masonic Hall. 

Jackson (knnniandcry. No. 9, F. and A, 
M. — Meets the second and fourth Wednes- 
days in each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Young Men's Association — Organized De- 
cember 11. 1863. Librjiry, reading room 
and gynmasium, Durand's Block, Main 
street. 



Joseph Hanaw, 
Ward — George 
Murphy. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate — Mellville McGee. 

Sheriff— George Jennings. 

Clerk — RolKjrt 1). Knowles. 

liegister of Deeds— HsiTycy Bush. 

Treasurer — Luther F. randy. 

Prosecuting /l^ton/^jy- William K. (iibson. 

Circuit Court Com. — Grove H. Wolcott,' 
Goorge A. Armstrong. 

Surveyor — Austin Pomeroy. 

Coroners — Artemus S. Cushman, Milton 
J. Draper. 

Beprcsentatices— First District, H. Wood- 
ward ; Second District. Daniel Upton ; Third 
District. William G. Brown. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

District No. 1— J. L. Mitchell, V^><'C^/>r. 
J. A. Robinson, Moderator. Samuel O. 
Knapp, Assessor. W. T. Foster, D. Gibs<m, 
W. L. Seaton, Trustees,^^ . 

District No. 17 — F. Darrow, Director. 
Benjamin Parter, Moderator^ Philo Curtis, 
Assessor. Eugt^ne Pringlel^T. VV. Carr, P. 
B. IxM)mis, I'rustecs. 

CHURCHES. 

Congregational Church — North Jackson 
stn*et. Rev. H. Ci)ffey, pastor. 

Episc/ypal Church— Corner Jackson and 
Washington streets. Rev. D. T. Grinnell, 
rector. 



INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Me replants" and Farmers' Mutual Insur- 
ance Company of Michigan — Offic4.» corner 
Main and Jackson streets. PreMdent — A. 



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D. P. Van Boren. Secretary — John A. 
Townsend. 

Jackion Cku LigJU Company— OTga.n\z^ 
1857. Capital, $50,000. Prendent—P. B. 
LooiDiB.M00fetory— W. S. Moore. 7V«3»- 
fMW^— S. W. Whitwell. 

GOAL MmiNO C03APANIE8. 

JiMcksan Coal Company — Owned and man 



aged hj H. H. ftayden & Cor- Mines four \^^*"} %°V^^ 17* n^.^ .f«w. ^^^x.'f 
1^68 aiuth-weat of Jackson. ^T^?'?d'3v^i:f^™^'^ ^^^^®' """^^ ""^ 



Detroit and JaekMn Coal Mining Com- 



^^T??^^ *'P^"'^' ^' ^*'«' •'«"«l illXAS ^'eBuSnsuranca and 



TnI>Btroit. 

WoUidr, Amphlett dk Co.— Location, one 
mile north of Jackson. Office, in Lathrop 
Block. 

Coal is also mined in the vicinity of the 
State prison, by Henry Gilbert, and by Aus- 
tin, Tomlinson & Webster^AContractors in^j^, 
that institution. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Jackson Citizen — (Republican), published 



d^ly ajid weekly, by James 0'DonneU.>. ggj^j^g^ ^ BANCKER (O. W.Bennett 



Office on Main street. 

Jackson Patriot — (Democratic), published 
weekly, by Carlton^ Van Antwerp. ^Office, 
cor. Main and JacksSon streets. 

Jackson Central Record — (Temperance 
paper), published weekly, by 
Kansom k, Co. Office, Main street. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 

Union Hall — Lathrop Block, Main street. 
Jackson ifoW— North side Main street. 
Bronson Hall — South side Main street. 
Masonic Hall — C-orncr Main and Jackson 

Odd Fellows' Hall— StoweWa Block, Main 
street. 

City Council Rooms — Jackson street, south 
of Main. 

County Buildings — Corner Main and Jack- 
son f treetfi. 

BOARD OF TRADE. 

Rooms over First National Bank, Main 
street. President — Edward A. Webster. 

Vic^ Presidents— C. W. Penny, J. S. Ingalls. 

Treasurer — S. C. Reynolds. .^/S^r^tor^ — J. 
C. Bonnell. 

BAN^S. 

First National Bank of Jackson— yi&m 
street. Alo. Bennett, y?r^«dt'/i^ ; J. C. Bon- 
nell, cashier. 

People's National Bank of JackMon — Cor- 
ner Main and Mechanic streets. H. A. Hoy- 
den \president ; D. B. Hibbard,X9krt' ;/rm- 
dent; J. M. Root, cashier. u. 

Jackson City Bank— MRin street. Wil 



Austin, Tomlinson & Webster (Benjamin 
M. Austin, William A. Tomlinson and 

Webster), manufacturers of waffons, 

at State prison, office, over First National 
Bank, Main. 

Bader, George, saloon. Main. 

Bailey, Alfred, boots and shoes. Main. 

Baldwin, George A., insurance agent, cor. 
Main and Jackson. 



Michigan Central depot. 



claim agent. Main. 

BAUER. JOHN, grocer. Main. 

Bean, O. W., grocer, Main. 

Beebe, C. E., druggist. Main. 

Beebe, J. E., general agent Cliicago Provi- 
dent Insurance Company, Durand's Block. 

'^nnett, Allen, planing mill and dealer in 
Aimlier, cor. Jackson and Clinton. 

Bennett, Alonzo, foundry and agricultural 
implements. Main. 



and Enoch Bancker), attorneys at law. 
Main. 

BENNETT. L. Y., leather dealer, Main. 

BENNETT. MISS MARY, millinery. Main. 

Spa'iford ^Keiiiiett, W. M., dry goods. Main. 

' Bennett, W. James, attorney at law. Main. 

Billings, B. J. & Co. (B. J. Billings, B. J. 
Billings, Jr., John Bader and H. C. Ran- 
som), hardware. Main. 

Bingham. H. H., agent of Grand River Val- 
ley Railroad. 

Blackman. Misses, milliners. Main. 

Blaeman, H. D., grocer, Main. 

Blett, John, saloon. Main. 

Bliss & Ingalls (A. A. Bliss and J. 8. In- 
galls), crockery, glassware and house fur- 
nishing goods, Main. 

Blair, Austin, lawyer and M. C, 6 Jackson. 

Bolla, Gottlieb, saloon, Main. 

Bolton & Davis, meat market, Jackson. 

Bostwick & Gould (V. M. Bostwick and 
Nlames Gould), insurance and real estate 
agents. Main. 

Bouu:hton & Rogers (G. R. Boughton and 
W. F. Rodgers), dry goods, groceries, etc.. 
Main. 

Bours, Allen L., news depot and agent of 
Merchants' Union Express Co., Main. 

Brace & O'Dwyer (J. B. Brace and J. G. 
O'Dwyer), hats, caps, millinery, boots and 
shoes, 58 Main. 

Breitenl)ach, Maier B., clothing. Main. 

Bridgman. Graves & Co. (Chester M. Bridg- 
man, Randall B. Graves and Charles R. 
Durand), hardware. Main. 



liamB. Thompson,, «^.*i^/.^• B. Newkirk,. Bridgman & Darand, mowing machines, 
cashier. ^ v ^^^.^^ 

Ijlsi of Prof)»s»loii», Traden, etc. Bronson, William I., physician. Main. 

Andrew, William W., physician, over Peo- Br<K)kM. Stanley ('..photographer, cor. Main 
pie's National Bank. ' and Mechanic. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, &0., 211 JEFF. AVE.. DETROIT. (See Page 60.) 



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EATON, KNICKERBOCKER & CO^ 



J. B. BATON, } 

C. R. KNICKBRBOCKXR, /■ 
J. M. ]>ODOB. ) 



JACKSON, MICH. 



TIIO]MI*SO]X IBPIOS. Ac CO. 



'S^TXZOX^BSA.X^B Z:>ELA.XjBZt8 ZX>T 



GOODS 



SILJS:S, RIBBONS, LACES, SfC, 

MAIN STREET, 



THOMPSON, 
, THOMPSON, 
H. RUTHERFORD, 



i 



Carhartt, George W.. pliysician. Main. 
Carr, F. W., assistant U. S. 



Brooks & Adams (of Detroit), planing mill 
and dealers in lumlwr, Broad. 

Brown, Alexander, fish and vegetable mar- 
ket, Main. 

Brown & Carter (G. D. Brown and J. B. 
Carter), l)ook8 and stationery, Main. 

BROWN, WESSEL & CX). (A. C. Brown, 
J. S. Wessol and G. L. Brown), tannery, 
near M. C. R. R. 

Brundage, Mrs. R. E., milliner and dress- 
maker, Main. 

Buck, W. N., jastice of the peace, cor. Main 
and Mill. 

Buck & Budington (W. N. Buck and W. 
Budington), general insurance agents, ^Cha rear, Frederick, saloon. Main. 
Main. fChilds & Carr (G. M. Child* a 

* Bullock & Scheffler (R. D. Bullock and C. 
B. Scheffler), pianos, music and musical 
instruments, Lathrop block. 

Bumpus & Woodsum (H. H. Bumpus and 
W. N. Woodsum), manufacturers and 
wholesale dealers in boots, shoes, leather 
and findings. Main. 
' Bunnell, Cowley & Co. (D. V. Bunnell, 
Thomas Cowley and L. F. Bunnell), jol>- 
bers and dealers in dry gtKxls, Main. 

Bush, Harvey, real estate agent. 

Cady & Gilman (George M. Cady and Je- 
rome Gilman), harness, saddhw, etc.. 
Main. 

Calisch, Henry, eating house. Main. 

WATKIN8 A WOLFF, MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE 



^th^)p block. 
ARI.TON & VAN ANTWERP (B. L. Carl- 
ton and W. W. Van .^ntwerpl pnblishere 
and proi>rietor8 of Jackson Patriot, cor. 
Main and Jackson. 

Casts Daniel 1)., produce commiasloD mer 
chant. Main. 

CASE, FRANKLIN B., Jr., grocer^oor. Main 
and Mechanic. 

Chapin & Younglovo (C. B. Chapin and J. 
G. Younglove), car))enter8 and boilders, 
Luther. 

rcderick, saloon. Main 

(G. M. Child* and F. H. 
Carr), agents of Wheeler & Wilson's sew- 
ing machine. Main. 
pChittock, G., physician, cor. Main and Me- 
chanic. 

Clark Brothers (William L. and J. D.), dry 
goods, Main. 

Clark, m, W., grocer. Main. 

Clark, Patrick, meat market. Main. 

Clcnn'nt & CkmcIi (Charle* E. Clement and 
David II. CrtHvh).. gn cers. Mechanic 

Conable, Dwclly & Pilcher, brick manufac- 
turers and iM)ttery. 

Cohn, David, saloon. Main. 

Collamer, Myron, furniture and undertaker, 
cor. Main and Mechanic. 



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Cookingham, J. V., photographer, Main.* 

Cooke, John, physician, cor. Main and Me- 
chanic. 

Conner & Webster (B. F. Courter and W. 
H. Webster), wholesale saddlery hard- 
ware, harness, trunks, etc., cor. Main and 
Jackson. 

Crittenden & Welling (G.M. Crittenden and 
S. A. Welling), jobbers in Yankee no- 
tions, etc., Lathrop block. 

Cnrtiss & Cast^ (A. J. Curtiss and F. B. 
Case), painters and dealers in pa]X)r hang- 
ings, paints, oils, etc. 

CnrllM, P. J., manufacturer of sash, 
doors and blinds, planing, etc.. Mill, near 
M. S. R. R. deiM)t. 

Davies & Hitchcock (R. F. Da vies and B. F. 
Hitchcock), millinery and ladies' furnish- 
ing goods, Main. 

Dav^ Elisha P., livery stable. Mill. 

DeLamter, Mrs., milliner, Main.^ 

Denaberg Brothers (Jacob and Henry), gro- 
oeiB, Main. 

Dettmann. Carl, meat market. Main. 

Dillon & Miller, ornamental plasterers, Lu- 
ther. 

DONALDSON, JOHN, second-hand clo- 
thing. Mechanic. 

Dorranoe & Uotxlwin, booksellers and jew- 
elers, Durand's block. 

Bi^wn^ Miss A. J., Millinery, 76 Main, up 
stiorB. 

DURAin), WILLIAM H., 

merchant tailor and dealer in clothing, 
Lathrop block. 

Durham^ Robert, grocer, Mechanic. 

DU8ENBE.<Y, MRS. H., millinery and 
fancy goods. Main. <^ 

Eaton, Knickerbocker & Co. (Je- 
rome B. Eaton, Charles R. Knickerbock- 
er and Jolin M. Dodge), wholesale gro- 
cers, 76 Main. 
^^ E^leston & Everard (Barnett F. Egtrleston 
and John R. Everard), clothing, 3 Empire 
Uoek, Main. 

Elmer Brothers (John and James), black 
nniths. Mill. 

KmtVton A; Latk (C. W. Emers^m and 
Sira Lnsk), dealers in marble, monu- 
ments, head-stones, etc., Mechanic. 

Evans, A. M., meat market. Mechanic, 

VtLTgo, Martin, agent of American and 
Lnited States Express Co.'s, Main. 

Field, O. S., proprietor of City Bolting 
Works, Mechanic. 

First National Bank, of Jackson, 
Alo. Bennett, president; J. C. Bonnell, 
eoMer, Main. 

Plnlay k Olney (G. W. Finley and D. 01- 
ney). hats, caps, furs and straw goods, 
Mam. 

Finn. James, furniture dealer and under 
taker. Main. 

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Fish, Walter, boots and shoes, manufactory 

State Prison, salesroom. Main. 
Ford, Beebe & Co. (Charles Ford, Charles 

and J. E. Beebe), tobacco manufacturers. 

Main. 
Foster, Albert, blacksmith, Luther. 
Fowler, S. W., attorney, notary public and 

war claim agent. Main. 
FOXEN, J. F., superintendent of Jackson, 

Lansing and Saginaw Railroad. 

FROST & WBSTPALL 

(R. H. Frost and L. Westfall), dry goods, 
Main. 

Fry, Andrew C, grocer. Mechanic. 

Galvin & Brother (John and Michael), gro- 
ceries, Main. 

Gass, Henry, saloon. Main. 

Gavin, Isaac R., brewery, Luther. 

Gibson, William K., lawyer and U. 8. com- 
missioner, over Loomis' banking office. 
Main. 

Gilbert. Henry, manufacturer of furni- 
ture at State Prison, sales-room on Main. 

Glassford & Stillwell (James W. Glassford 
and William W. Stillwell), manufactur- 
ers, wholesale and retail dealers in boots, 
shoes, leather and findings. Main. 

Goldsmith Brothers (O. C. and John, Jr.), 
carriage manufacturers, cor. Mechanic 
and C-ourtland. 

Gothan, Edward, bakery. Main. 

Grand River House, A. Brown, proprietor, 

. Main. 

GREGG, L. P., baker, grocer and confec- 
tioner. Main. 

Gridley & Goodyear (H. H. Gridley and 
John Goodyear), livery stable and omni- 
bus line, office Marion House. 

Gridlev, G. T.. attorney at law, Durand's 
bhx;k. Main. 

Griffith, O. & E. B., stoves, tin and sheet 
iron ware, cor. Main and Mechanic. 

GUNNISON & SPENCER (John O. Gun- 
nison . and Lester Spencer), proprietors of 
1^ Hibbard House, Main. 

naehnle, Casper, brewenr. Main. 

Hague, Henr>', painter, Luther. 

Haight, G. W., dealer in lumber, lath and 
shingles, Mill. 

Hamley, John, telegraph operator, M. C. 
depot. 

Harnngton & Casey (J. S. Harrington, P. 
Casey), grocers. Main. 

HARRISON, JAMES B., boots and shoes. 
Main. 

Hartman & Stackell, saloon. Main. 

Hasness, G. D., wagon maker. Mill. 

Hastings, E. P., ticket agent M. C. R. R. 

Hay den & Reynolds (H. A. Hayden and W. 
R. Reynolds), proprietors of Kennedy and 
i^tna' flouring mills. 

Henica & Hinman (C. Henica and Justus 
Hinman), grocery and saloon. Main. 
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Hejrter, Sllai, builder and manufacturer 
of sash, doors and blinds, cor Jackson and 
Cninton. 

Hibbard Brothers (Daniel B., Jr. and Wil- 
Ham P.), ladies' and gents' furnishing 
ffoods, Main. 

Hibbard, Daniel B., vice president of Peo- 
ple's National Bank. 

Hibbard Hoafte, Gunnison and Spen- 
cer, proprietors. Main. 

Higgins. L.. photographer. Main. 

Hohart, A. J., ]>hysician, Main. 

Hobart & Bolton (Charles D. Hobart, Alfred 
Bolton), grocers, Jackson. 

HOBBS, S. J., harness maker. Main. 

Holland, S. & Son (Samuel and James M.), 
druggists. Main. 



uelHigbv), attorneys at law, Main. 

Jones, A. U., barlx^r. Main. 

Jones Brothers (John H. an<l James H.). 
grocers, Jackson. 

June, George, saloon. 

KAUTMAN & STAKEL, saloon. Main 

K(M3na, Barney, saloon, Me<-hanir. 

KeiloiTir, George, manufacturer of 
phistic slate roofing, plaster mill adjoining 
M. C. R. R., State agent of plastic slate 
rotling c<mii)any, and dealer in agricul- 
tural implements. 

KELLO(*(J & SMITH (George Kellogg 



Ijake if, Weeks, undertaken. Main. 
Lanagan, Joseph, grocer, Midn. 
Lang, Henry, clothing, dry goods. Main. 
Lang & Co. (Rudolph and Henry Ltng). 

clothing, etc., Main. 
Lathrop, G. H., pottery and fire brick, 

office, Lathrop block. 
Lathrop & Goff(C. C. Lathrop and William 

Goff ), lumber dealers. Mill. 
Leonard & Watts, watches and jewehr, 

Main. 
Ijctt, Mrs. Sarah, ornamental hair work. 

Main. 
Lett, J. W., barber, Mahi. 
Levy & Weil (Jacob Levy and Henxy Weil), 

clothing, hats, caps. Main. 
Levy, H., saloon. Main, 



HOLIJNGS WORTH BROS. & SIGNOR, pLivenn<)re & wiod (Fldus Livennoie and 
manufacturers of cigars, at State prisrm. 

Holmes, L. J., wines, liquors and cigars, 
wholesale and rt^tail. Main. 

Hovey, Mrs. A., dressmaker and agent Flor- 
ence sewing machine. Main. 

Howard, T. E., saloon. Main. 

Huett, J. W. & Co. (J. W. Huett and G. W. 
Carr), carriage and blacksmith shop. Court- 
land. 

Ismon, H. S., dry goods, groceries, etc., 4 
Metropolitan block. 

Jackson Business College, 

A. C. Parsons, A. B., president, opix)site 

Marion House, Main. 
Jaekson City Bank. William I). 

Thompson, presidrnt, B. Ncwkirk, raft/i- 

ier. Main. 
Jackson, William, grocer. Main. 
Johnson & Higby (i)avid Johnson and Sam 



James C. Wood), attorneys at law, cor. 

Main and Jackson. 
Loeb, Jacob L., clothing, hats and cape. 

Main. 
^Loomis, P. B., banker, Main. 
Ijourim, P. W., g^rooer, Main. 
Lowell, J. C, supt. public schools. 
Mann, L. O., proprietor Jackson and WJi»- 

dale stage line. 
narion House, F. P. Wonnley. pro- 

l)riet<)r. Main. 
Mark ham, M., blacksmith, Luther. 

Marshall, physician. 8 Lathrop block. 

Massella & Ingegnieros. l)arl)erB, Main. 
McAvoy & £nnett. Marion house billard 

room. 
McCawley. Patrick, shoemaker 
McGee, Mehille, lawyer and probate judge, 

county buildings. 
McKINSTRY & WILSON (Robert McKins 

tr>' and T. J. Wilson), wood and coal 

dealers, Mill. 
McNeil, M. E., billiard saloon. Main. 
Merchants* and Farmers' Mutual Insurance 

C(>. of Michigan, office cor. Main and 
4^ Jackstm. A. 1>. P. VanBuren, ores. 
merrimaii, L. O. & Co. (L. G. Mer- 

riman, John W. Barry and W. D. Ford). 

dry goods, grtK'eries, boots and shoes, 

clothing, hats and caps. Main. 
MessroU & Taylor, wagvin makers. Mill. 
Mey forth, (^^hrist., eating saloon. Mechanic. 
MillfT, Benjamin, wagon maker. Luther. 



and G( orge B. Smith), plaster mill, ad- .^ Minty. R. H. G., agent M. C. R. R, 



joining M. C R. R. 
Kidduu, Adams, salocm. Main. 
KIMBALL, JOHN H., oculist and aurist. 

Dunuul's block. Main. 
Kingsley, Edward H., watches an<l jewelry. 

Main. 
KINNEV. J. H., ice cream and refresh- 

mtmt soloon, corner Jackson and Court 

land. 
Kirtland & Earl, soap and candle manufac- 
turers, Luther. 
Knapp, Morris, livery stable, rear Marion , 

house. I 



Mitchell, John L., physician. Main. 

morriNon, Pallon, wholesale and re- 
tail grocer, dealer in wines and liquors. 
Main. 

Mosher, Goorgti H., dentist. Main. 

Murray, John, gas and steam titter, dealer 
in gas fittings. Mechanic. 

National Hotel, Sweeney & Moeher (J. 
Swetmey, A. C\ M«>8her), pn>prietor8. Main. 

Neptunt? Engine Co. No. 2 (steamer), near 
M. C. K. R. freight depot. Main. 

Nichols & Iloxsie (M. II. Nich«»ls and John 
Hoxie), tlouring mill, near M. C. R. R. 



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Nichols, Richard, harber, Hibbard house. 

Nims physician. Main. 

North, John D., physician, cor. Main and Mill. 
Norton, Charles H., carpenter. Main. 
Odell, S. C, billiard room. Main. 
- O'DONNELL, JAMES, editor and publisher 

Jackson Daily and Weekly Citizen, job 

printer and book-binder, Main. 
OPPENHEIM, JACOB, eating saloon. Main. 

0*Toole, .physician. Main. 

Page, William, deputy collector internal 

revenue, Lathrop block. 
Page, Charles C, barber. Main. 
Palmer, D^G., grocer. Main. 
Pangborn. Timothy, restaurant, Main. 
PARKER, GEORGE, grocer, opp. M. C. R. 

R. depot. 
Parsons, John R., attorney at law. Main. 
Peck, Erastus, attorney at law, Jackson 

HaU block. 
Penny & King (Cliarles W. Penny and 

Charles W. King), dry goods, groceries, 

boots and shoes, 62 Main. 
Peoples' IVationai Bank of Jack 

son, H. A. Hayden, president, D. B. Hib- 
bard, vice president, J. M. Root, cashier, 

cor. Main and Mechanic. 
Percival, George F., candy manufacturer, 

Luther. 
Peterson, Joseph H., Werttem Union Tele- 
graph, over First National Bank. 
Pierce, A. A., restaurant, Main. 
Pierce & Ganson (Charles Pierce and James 

T. Ganson), grocers. Main. 
Pierson, H. 6., boots and shoes, cor Main 

and Jackson. 
Pilcher, J. H., agent Phcenix Insurance 

Company, Main. 
Pless, William B., tobacco and cigars, Main. 
Pool, O. F. & SSon (0. F. and Ransom F.), 

flour and seed, Main. 
Porter, B., brick maker. 
Pratt, Daniel, jeweler. Main. 
PRINGLE. EUGENE, lawyer and secretary 

Grand River Valley Railroad, Lathrop 

block. 
Randall, John H., proprietor Park House. 
Rapelje, Theodore, livery stable, Luther. 
Reasner, R., grocer, cor. Main and Jackson. 
.Reed, J. E. & Co., druggists, Main. 
Reilly, Elizabeth & Anna, milliners, Main. 
REINERS JOHN H., painter, Mechanic. 
Reynolds, W. R. & S. C, dry goods, gro- 
ceries. Main. 
Rhode, Louis, manufacturer of matches. 
RIee A. llleConnell (George F. Rice 

and O. H. McConnoll), hardware, 64 Main. 
Rice. Pratt & Co. (Ethan H. Rico. C. S. 

Pratt, Douglass Gibson and Edwin H. 

Camp), general haniware. Main. 
Root, Amos, Postmaster and president 

Grand River Valley Railroad. 
Rosenfield, L. & Co. (L. Rosenfield and L. Zun- 

der), tobacco, cigars, wines and liquors, 

Main. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, &C., 811 



RUGG, L. H., grocer, cor. Main and Cooper. 

SAGENDORF, JACOB, grocer, near R C. 
R. R. freight depot. 

Sanwald, Michael, saloon. Main. 

Sawyer, Frederick, blacksmith. Mechanic. 

Sawin Brothers (J. P. & S. H.), car- 
riage makers, Milwaukee. 

Scudder. Smith, grocer. Main. 

Shaw, Daniel, dining saloon. Main. 

Seymour, George, restaurant. Main. 

Sherwood, George M., boots and shoes. Main. 

Slaae, Henry, physician. Main. 

Smith & Allen (J. E. Smith and G. D. Al- 
len), physician, Main. 

Smith, Cyrus, physician, 97 Jackson. 

Smith, Frank L., ticket agent Grand Trunk 
Railway, Tremont House. 

Smith & Lourim (Barney Smith and Pat- 
rick A. Lourim). grocers, cor. Main and 
Cooper. 

Smith & Palmer (Cyrus Smith and W. H. 
' Palmer), physicians, Main. 

SONWALD, M.. saloon, Main. 

South worth, George R., billiard room. Main. 

Spaulding, William F., crockery and glass- 
ware. Main. 

Stetson, H. A., machine shop. Mill. 

Stevens, R. R., boots and shoes, Main. 

Stevens & Sharpstene, joiner shop. Mill. 

STEWART, JAMES, photographer, Main. 

Stewart, Mrs. C. E., hair jewelry. Main. 
I Summers & McNair (Bowen Summers and 

John McNair). blacksmiths. Mill. 
• Susand, Henrv E., barber. Main. 

Taft & Fox (O. A. Taft and W. H. Fox), 
boots, shoes, hats and caps, Main. 

Taylor, C. R., wagon maker. Mechanic. 

Tharo&Fish (VVilliam Tharp and T. D. 
Fish), grocers, Main. 

TbompHon Brothers A Co. (E. & 
A. Thompson and A. H. Ruthertbrd), 
wholesale millinery and straw goods. 
Main. 

Thompson, W. & H. R., gunsmiths, cor. 
Mechanic & Mill. 

Thornton, George, barber, Main. 

Tibbitts. Stewart & Co., (J. Tibbitts, H. C. 
Stewart and D. l>oig), jobbers in groce- 
ries, glass-ware and noti<ms, and manu- 
facturers of tin- ware, Lathrop block. 

Tinker, A. M., harness, saddles and trunks, 
Main. 

Tomlinson, J. B.. watches and jewelry, Main. 

Townsend, John A., attorney and secretary 
Merchants' and Fanners' Insurance Com- 
pany, cor. Main and Jackson. 

Tremont House, Smith & Hurd (Frank L. 
Smith and L. C. Hurd), proprietors, cor. 
Main and Mill. 

Trumball, L. J., photographer, Main. 

Taeker A Atwell (J. A. Tucker and 
J. M. Atwell), music publishers, dealers in 
pianos and musical merchandise, Main. 

Tunnicliff, Joseph, Jr., surgeon, 6 Jackson. 

Turner, C. C, physician, Main. 

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Tyler & Kimball, saloon, Jackson. 

Upton, Daniel, county clerk and notary 
public. 

VanBaalen, E., clothing. 

Fandercook A Lusk, machinists, 
manufacturers of plows, su^r mills, cast- 
ings for store fronts, etc., opposite M. C. 
R. R. freight depot. 

Wakeman, J., grocer, Main. 

Wolcott, Grove H., attorney at law, over 
Ivoomis' bank. 

Walker, Amphlett & Co., proprietors Wal- 
ker coal mine, office, Latnrop block. 

Warriner & Hobart (Chester Warinerand 
A. J. Hobart), groceries, cor. Main and Me- 
chanic. 

Wastell Brothers (George F. & Henry A.), 
dry goods, 4 Lathrop block. 

Webb, C. E., wholesale druggist. Main. 

Webb, John, baker and confectioner, Main. 

Webster, Courter & Co., tannery, office over 
First National Bank, Main. 

Welch, Charles, saloon. Main. 

Weiger, B., saloon, Main. 

Welling, Stephen S., carriage maker, cor. 
Jackson and Luther. 

Welling, A. D., grocer., Jackson. 

Welling, L. D., justice of the peace. Main. 

Welsh, S. S.. blacksmith. Luther. 

Wesley & Tift U, B. Wesley, and A. Tift), 
blacksmitlis, Main. 

Whalan, Mrs. Margaret, milliner, Main. 

WHEELER, JAMES A., grocer. Main. 

Whitnall, .manufacturer whips, lashes, 

gloves and mittens. Main. 

Wiger, Emanuel, cigars and tobacco. Main. 

WILCOX & WHITMORE (George Wilcox 
and N. A. Whitmore), carpenters and 
builders, cor. Jackson and Luther. 

Wilkes. Mrs. J. A., dress and cloak maker. 
Main. | 

WILLIAMS, A. P. & CO. (A. P. Williams j 
and B. Sharpsteen), auctioneers and com- 
mission merchants. Main. 

Winchester Brothers (Byron and William), 
oyster saloon, Mechanic. 

Withington, C<)oley& Co. (William H. With- 
ington, Elihu Cooley, Enos Hopkins and 
John W. J. Culton), manufacturers of 
agricultural 



Mslmt of ProltoMions, TnUles, etc 

Bishop, David, carriage maker. 

Crownover, David, boots and ahoes. 

Disbrow, Daniel, cooper. 

Freeland, Garrett A., hotel. 

Jaquett, J. H. & Lewis, general itore. 

Lewis, Rev. J. H. (Weeleyan Melhodist). 

Lord, John, hotel. 

Seelano, Antoine, blacksmith. 

Stoddard, Rev. Chester. 

Sutherland, Caswell, saw mill. 



JEFFERSON. 
A township of Hillsdalle county, contain- 
ing the post village of Osseo, and the post- 
office of Jefferson. Population about 2,500. 
PostmaMer — Daniel Woodard. 

TOWNSHIP OFFrCKRe. 

SuperffMOT'—MoBes Rumsey. 
Clfrk — Isaac L. Green. 
Treasurer — Charles Luce. 



JOHNSTOWN. 
A township and post office in the south- 
em part of ^rry county. It contains a ho- 
tel and a few mechanics' shops, also two 
churches. Nearest express office. Battle 
Creek, 12 miles. Population, 1.000. Daily 
mail. Postmaster — Jonathan Colton. 

TOWNSHIP 0FFICBB8. 

Supervisor — Hiram Coleman. 
Clerk— Henry P. Cheny. 
Treasurer — John M. Eipp. • 
Ijlst of ProfteMilons, Trade*, etc, 

Bristol. William P., justice of the peace. 

Coleman, Iliram, justice of the peace. 

Corwin, 8ilas, carpenter. 

Jordan, C. G., cooper. 

Monroe, John H., justice of the peace. 

Robinson, Carver, hotel. 

Wooley, John, blacksmith. 

York. Rev. Henrv. 



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JONESVILLE. 

An incorporated village of Hillsdale coun- 
ty, in the township of Fayette, situated on 
tiie Michigan Southern and Northern In- 
implements at State prison, > diana railroad, 90 miles south-west from De- 



warehouse near M. C. R. R. depot. 
WOODS, A. P.. lumber dealer, cor. Jackson | 

and Luther. ' 

Wood, W. H. & Co., wholesale and retail i 

druggists. 89 east Main. 
Yager, James, agent M. S. & N. I. Railroad ' 



JAY. 

A small post village in the township of 
Titabawassee, in Saginaw county, situated 
on the Titabawassee River, on the stc^am- 
boat route from Saginaw to Midland City. 
106 miles from Detroit. Semi-weekly mail. 



Population of township 600. Postmaster — 
J. Jaquett. 

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troit, and five miles west from Hillsdale, the 
county seat. There are four churches, to- 
wit: Episcopal, Presbyterian, Baptist and 
Methodist, one weekly newspaper {T/ie 
JofiesviUe Independent, published by Bur- 
nett & Dennis), one Masonic society (LaFay- 
ette lodge No. 16), one Good Templars* lodge, 
several excellent schools, a large steam 
woolen factory (with a main building 50 by 
108 feet, and five stories high, manufactur- 
ing plain and fancy cassimeres and flannels 
of a suiierior quality — average product of 
the five sets of machinery is 600 yards per 
day), two flouring mills and one saw mill, 
one foundry and machine shop, about twen- 



H. R. QABjfSWK, Joneerille. R. Garditer, Kalamaioo. 

~ JOXESVILLE ~ 



H. B. GARDNER & CO., Propr's. 



OriginaUy buili in 18S3. Bttrtted fTauuary 3, 18C0, Jtehuiit same year, and Harted 

threr Metts of New MarMnery in Septnnher foUowtng, Tiro selts of Machinery added 

in Mareh^ 18G7* Machinery and fljUures all of the mo&t modern and itnproved 

pattertte. Main bttUding SOxlOS feri and S »t'>rif» high, JBngine Hanse, 

"Dye Mouse and Totver, with stairways outside of tnain building. 

Average Product of the 5 setts Machinery is 600 yds. daily. 



^OlA.'UlE'A.CyXTjnE 



PLAIN & rAI^Sy OiiSliiii 

OF THE BEST QUALITT OF laomOAIT HEBIHO WOOLS. 



NO SHODDIES OR FLOCKINGS USED. 



TARN HAKD TWISTED WITHOUT SEHlfaS, 

A ND 

GOODS ALL WARRANTED IN STYLE, QUALITT & DURABILITT. 



TRADE SUPPLIED AT ALL TIMES AT THE 



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ty stores, and teveral mechanics' shops. It 
possesses valuable hydraulic power, and is 
an active bniiness village. Population, 
about 1,500. tt has a daUy mail east and 
west. PogtmatUr — S. Qaige. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

President — George M. GFardner. 

BecarderSi/tphen Gregory. 

Trustees — H. Baxter, John S. Lewis, J. J. 

Deal, T. R. Fowler, A. R. Wisner. 

liUt of ProfteMlons, Trades, etc. 

Alvord, Erastus, blacksmith. 

Babcock, Abel B., jeweler. 

Bacon, Charles, painter. 

Barkman, Ephraim, painter. 

Bartholamew, Orftng^ A., livery stable. 

Beach & Brother (Alexander and William), 
flouring mill. 

Benson, B. C. livery stable. 

Bemheimer, Simon, grocer. 

Blois, John T., justice of the peace and con- 
veyancer. 

Bullock, George W., blacksmith. 

Barley, John, wagon maker. 

Burnett & Dennis, publishers of Independ- 
ent. 

Button, J. W., groceries, provisions, Yankee 
notions. 

Case, Calvin R., furniture. 

Cliaddock Brothers (J. W. & C. J.), hard- 
ware. 

Childs, Rev. E. W., (Presbyterian). 

Corson, Rev. Levi IL, (Episcopal.) 

Deal, Jacob J., carriage maker and black- 
smith. 

Drake, George, blacksmith. 

Thomas, Rev. D., (Methodist.) 

Fligor, J. W., harness maker. 

Fowler, Thomas R.Justice of the peace. 

Franklin House, D. Kane, proprietor. 

Gardner, George M., druggist. 

Oardner, if. R. Sc Co., (Horace R. 
Gardner. Jonesville, and Ransom Gardner, 
Kalamazoo), profirietors Jonesville woolen 
factory. 

Gardner, J. W., barber. 

Goflf. Miss M. A., millinery and fancy goods. 

Griffin, A. J., photograph gallery. 

Grosvenor A Co. (Ebenezor O. Grosvenor 
and W. J. Baxter), banking office. 

Grosvenor, E. O. & Co. (Ebenezer O. Qnm- 
venor, E. B. Andrews and J. N. Sibbald), 
general store. 

Hogarth, Andrew P., lawyer, 

Howlett & Delivan, groceries and provisions. 

Huntley, Rev. L. J. (Baptist). 

Hungerford & Ellis (Charles N. Hungerford 
and John F. Ellis), proprietors Waverly 
House. 

Hurlburt, Henry, painter. 

Kane, D., Franklin House. 

Knowles, Misses M. E. and 8. C, milliners. 

Krapp, George, station agent M. S. and N. 
I.RaUroad. 

DEALERS IN TRUNKS, A;C^ 211 



Lake & Acker (A. Lake and L. Acker), 

billiard saloon. 
Lan^, Leroy, tinware manufacturer. 
Levins, Charles H., boots and shoes. 
Lewis, Mrs. Mary, fancy goods and millinery. 
Martin. A., meat market. 
Martin & Brother (J. B. and W. R.), saloon. 
Mimgenthaler, Fred, baker. 
Miller, L. & Co., machinists. 
Murphy & Baxter (W. W. Murphy and W. 

J. Baxter), lawyers, claim and insurance 

agents. 
Myer, E., clothing. 
Nichols & VanDeBogart (E. Nichols and N. 

H. VanDeBo«irt), saloon. ^ 

Northrop, Ed. E., telegraph operator. 
Packer & Son, saw mill. 
Palmer, Oscar, physician. 
Reeves & Self ridge, planing mill and sash, 

door and blind factory. 
Richards, N. J ., boots and shoes. 
Robbins, H., cooper. 
Smith, A. W., boot aud shoe maker. 
Smith, Clark, harness maker. 
Smith, Rev. M. T., (Methodist). 
St. John, M., book bindery. 
Stone, Delos W., dentist. 
Storm, J. W., dentist. 
Taggart, John F., merchant tailor. 
Tunnicliff, Thomas B. & Co., grocers. 
Taylor & Swift (A. N. Taylor and A. 8. 

Swift), general store. 
VanNess & Turner (Charles J. VanNess and 

Lewis H. Turner), general store. 
Varnum, Richard H., druggist and U. S. 

Express agent. 
Wade & Brother (James H. and W. W.), 

hardware. 
Waddle, John, cooper. 
Wales, L. & Co., boots and shoes. 
Warren, Henry, hom(BO|)athic physician. 
Wieland, Charles, meat market. 
Wilcox, S. C, jeweler. 
Williams, W. A. S., physician, 
Wisner k Son (Daniel A. and D. W. C). 

general store. 



KALAMAZOO. 

This beautiful village is built on a de- 
lightful prairie on the west bank of Kala- 
mazoo River. It is situated on the Michi- 
gan Central Railroad, about midway be- 
tween Detroit and Chicago. Although it 
contains a jwpulation of 0,000 it has as yet 
no city charter. It contains 12 churches, a 
college, two female seminaries, a fine union 
school with several branches, the State 
Lunatic Asylum, several public halls, three 
weekly newspapers, and numerous stores 
and manafactories. This place is inhabited 
by a refined and cultivated people, as its 
beautifully laid out streets, its numerous 
elegant private residences, its schools and 
literary societies, and other educational 

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facilities abundantly attest. The surround- 
ing country is mostly fine prairie land, with 
a rich and very productive soil, un<ier a 
gowl state of cultivation, which makes Kal- 
amazoo an important |K>int for the i)urchase 
of grain and vegetables, and live stock of 
all kinds. Much attention has lH.'en given 
to the imi>n>venient of the bree<l of horses, 
and a fiourishing society is organized and 
n«)W in oiKTiition for that pur[x>se. Kala- 
mazTN) was first settled in 1829. and orgun- 
ize<l under the name of '* Bnmson." The 
name of tin* township was first called 
"Arcadia." But in 18JJ0 it was incoriH>rated 
as a village under the name of KaIamaz<N>, 
and became the county seat of Kalamazoo 
county, and the name of the townshif) was 
also changed, so that the village, township, 
county and river now all lH»ar the lK*autiful 
Indian name given by the al)original inhab- 
itants. The Michigan Asylum for the In- 
sane is a lM>autiful structure, situated on an 
irregular emin<^nc43 one mihi south of the 
vilhige, overh)oking the. surrounding coun- 
trj'. The location is healthy and in every 
respect desirable for the successful tre,at- 
ment of mental dis<'ase. The institution 



Markhal — David Fisher. 

TVMjrf^v/r— Dwight May, Henry Bishop. 
Georgia Lewis, Frwlerick Bash, ' Jonathu 
Parsons, Charles A. Walters. 

COl'XTY OFFICERS. 

Jndge ofProhatr — Marsh Giddings. 

Wgiifter — Henry W. Bush. 

Clerk — James VV. Hopkins. 

Trea^urrr — James Xeasmith. 

Prty^rcutiny Attorrtey—^wMwAC Burrows. 

*S^r//f'— Benjamin F. Orcntt. 

Circuit Court Cotnmwtioner« — CharJes A. 
Thompstm, Jr., (George M. Buck. 

Snrreyor — Fancher St imson. 

Coroiwrn — (ieorge Dodge and William 
Fisher. 

FIRK DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Kngihfer — George H. Gale. 

Am^itaut Chief Engineer — Charles Tre- 
bring. 

Burr Oak Engine Company, No. 1 — 
Thomas O'Neal, foreman. 

Excvlsior Engine Company, No. 2 — Bur- 
dict street, Frederick Bush, foreman. 

Germanic Engine Company, No. 3 — Bui^ 
dirk street, A. Koseman, foreman. 

Kalamazoo Ihmk and ladder Company, 
1 «.-_ i:_i ^ George Fogle. fore- 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



has conn<»cte<l with it a fann of 107 acres. 

The buildings themselves cover an urea of | No. 1 — Burdick street 

one and one-third acres, their style of archi- I man 

tecturc? is the nHKh'rn Italian, and combines ! 

tymnetry and l>eauty with strength and | 

uurability. The numlxjr of inmates at , 

l)resent is 170. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. | 

Prendent — Frc?derick VV. Curtenius. 
Clirk — (ieorge W. Kennicutt. 
Trcatturer — .James M. Neasmith. 



Pretddrnt—^. M. Edwards. 

S'cretan/ — Frank Little. 

7V,/^/,v7c— (\W. Hall. W. A. Tomlinson, T. 
S. Cobb. H. E. ll..yt, 

t>u]Krintendent. — E. A. Eraser. 

High School — Prairie Kfmde street, E. A. 
Eraser. ]>rincipal. 



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SOCIETIES. 

oo Lodge, No. 22, F. d A. M.— 

inesdajs on or before fall moon, 

Hall. 

ar Commandery, No. 8 — Meets 

y in each month, at Masonic 

oo Chapter, No. 13 — Meets Tues- 
before fall moon, at Masonic 

00 Lodge, No. 304, / 0. O. T.—- 
y Monday evening In Good Tem- 

oo Cornet Band — Burdick street. 

day evening of each week. Frod- 

(?ader. 

l(ikef% QiuidrUle Band — Bardick 

ts three three times a week. 

00 County AgrirvUnrat Society — 
r lield on Society's groands in 
. in S<;ptember, regular meetings 
in January. Charles E. Stuart, 
Frank Little, secretary ; U. F. 
nrer. 

Men a Library AMOciation — (Or- 
1858, 1,000 volumes), over Mich- 
rial Bank, Main street. John W. 
mlent; James W. Hopkins, re- 
:ret(iry : Samuel A York, eor- 
secretary; Luther Sheldon, treas- 
liam W. Peck, librarian. 
Literary Association of Kalamor 
s in Baptist Church (organized 
,000 volumes). oi)en everv Friday 
J. P. Sheldon, President; Mrs. 
r, stcretary ; Mrs. D. B. Webster, 

*/c^um — Meets every Friday even 
>n scliooi building. J. \V. Hop 
dent ; Emma E. Bostwick, secre- 

1 Society — (Chartered). Meets 
ly at Kalamazoo Collegi*. 

I Rhetorical Society — Meets every 

iCalamaz(X) College. 

oo Gas' Light Company — (Organ 

^•) 

Horse Association — (For the 
nt of the breed of horses, organ- 
7). Grounds one mile south of 
Schoolcraft road. Charles E. 
mdeut ; George F. Kidder sec- 
. G. Patti.st^n, treasurer, 
oo Musical Union — Regular 
very mcmth, Israel's block, comer 
Main. Frank Little, president; 
ng. Mcrrctory ; E, T. Mills, treas- 
[. llubbanl, musical conductor. 

( Kl'RCIIES, 

n {Episcopal) Church — Cor. Main 
streets, Rev. Joseph Anderson, 

'tion/U Church — Corner Park and 
areets, Rev. F. F. Ford, rector. 

ERS IN TRUNKS, 4;C., 811 



First Baptist Church — Comer Main and 
Church streets. Rev. Samael Haakell, 
pastor. ^ 

Second Baptist Church — Kalamaioo ave- 
nue. Rev. J. W. EbII pastor, 

St. John's {Episcopal) Church — Level 
street, Rev. Dr. Foster, rector. 

Tabernacle Baptist Church — Boidick 
street. Rev. Dr. Hall, pastor. 

Pretbyteriaik Church — Comer Rose and 
South streets, Rev. J. Pierson. pastor. 

Unitarian Church— Vsak street, Rev. C. 
G. Howland, pastor. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church— Comer 
Rose and Lovell streets, Rev. Charles Shel- 
ling, pastor. 

Second Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Water street. Rev. Josepn McClaiTen, 
pastor. 

St. Augustine's Church (CalhoUc) — Comer 
Park street and Kalamazoo avenue, Rev. I. 
A. Lebel, pastor. 

Dutch Heformed Church — Comer Church 
and Academy. 

NEW8PAPEK8. 

Kalamazoo Telegraph — Issued Wednes- 
days, by Stone Bros., J. A. B. Stone, editor, 
office comer Main and Bardick streets. 
House's block (Republican). 

KidanuuLOo Gazette — Published every Fri- 
day by William Shakspeare & Co., Main 
street, over First National Bank, (D^no- 
cratic). 

Michigan Christian Herald— VnhViBhadi 
every Wednesday, by Curtis, Clark k Co., 
under the patronage of the Michigan Bap- 
tist State Convention, office in iftfroM build- 
ing. Church street. Editors, J. A. Clark, E. 
Curtis and J. P. Cadman. 

PUBLIC HALL8. 

Masonic Hall — Main street. 

Good Templars' HaU — Comer Main and 
Rose streets. 

Union HaU — Comer Main and Portage 
streets. 

Firemen's HaU — Bardick street. 

KALAMA7/X> COLLEGE. 

PrcMdent — Hon. John M. Gregory, LL. D. 
Secretary — Rev. Daniel Putnam. 
Treasurer — Caleb Van Husen. 

FACULTY. 

President — Rev. John M. Gregory, LL.D., 

Erofessor Moral and Mental Philosophy and 
listory. 

Rev. Daniel Putnam, M. A., professor of 
Latin and literature. 

Rev. H. L. Wayland, M. A., professor 
Greek, Chemistry and Physiology. 

J. W. Caldwell, A. B., professor of Mathe- 
matics. 

Joshua S. Lane, instructor in Grammar 
and Arithmetic. 

Rev. Daniel Putnam, M. A., librarian. 
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Kalamazoo Toftng Ladies' Seminary — 
(Organized in 1868), Mra. Lucinda H. Stone, 
prinrifml. 

Mirfitgan Female Seminary — East bank 
Kalamazoo River, Dr. George Duffield, pres- 
ident. 

H. G. WoUs, C. M. Uall, F. W. Curtcnius, 
W. A. Tomlinson, cxeciUice eommiUe^. 

MICHIGAN A8YLUM KOR THE INSANE. 

Medicnl Superintendent — E. H. Van Deu- 
sen, M. D. 

Amntant Phynnan—D, M. Tyler. M. D 

Steitftrd — Henrv Monto^e. 

Chaplain — Rev.' Daniel Putnam. 

TVeasurer — F. W. C'urtenius 
lilst of Prof^MiloiiB, Trmdeii, ete. 
Agens, A. M. & C. H., boots and shoes, cor. 

Portage and Main. 
Aiken, Nathan J., physician, opposite post 

office. 
Ah'xand<?r. Luzerne H., peddlers* furnishing 

store, Burdick. 
Alcott, William W., merchant millor, Bur 

dick. 
ALLEN, AMOS D., justice of the peace, 

Main. 
Allen, George L., confectioner, cor. Main 

ana Burdick. 
Allen, OMcar IVff., auction and commis- 
sion ston^ cor. Burdick and Water. 
Appeldoorn, Peter B., shoo maker, Burdick. 
Austin & Tomlinson. cor. Main and Burdick. 
Avres, James, homoeopathic physician, 

'Main. 
Bal)cock. CV>bl) & Co. (Rolwrt S. Bahcock. 

St»*phen S. Cobb and Samuol M. Mung»*r). 

dry goods, car})ets and clothing. Main. 
Badger, Henry F., proorietor of Burdick 

House; ;&nd billianl sawKm. Main. 
Balch. Sniilcv & Balch (Nathaniel A. Balch, 

Mitchell J. Smiley and Walter O. Balch), 

law vers, cor. Main and Burdick. 
Baldwin & Pryor (S. C. Baldwin and IL S. 

Pryor), photographers. Main. 
Banister. Burr, dentist, Main. 
Barthoh>mew, William G., furniture, etc.. 

Bunlick. 
Barnes Brothers (John L. and Alexander), 

fruit, vegetables, oysters and fish, Bur- 
dick. 
Bartlett, Azel E., books, stationery, fancy 

goods and Yankee notions. Main. 
BanNCtt dc BateN (John C. Bassett and 

Charles R. Bates), wholesale groceries and 

Yankee notions, marble block. Main. 
Bates, Lyman M., dealer in patent rights. 
Bates, Penfield & Co. (John H. Bates, (4uy | 

D. and John H. Penfield). dry gonds and 

carpc^ts. Main. 
Baughman, Nicholas, brewery, Territorial ' 

mad. ! 

Bell, Charles, groceries, Main. j 

Bennett, S. O. & S(ms (Stephen O., James C. j 

and John), boots and shoes, Main. I 



Bevier, B., billiard saloon. Main. 

Bingham, Ilenrv L., photograplier. Main. 

Bissell & Son (Alpheus and Mellville R^ 
groceries and crocker>'. Main. 

Bixby Brothers (Ira D. and Ijorenzo). oob- 
mission merchants and dealeriji in lamber. 
salt, etc., near R. R. depot. 

Blaney, John H., proprietor of Rail, 
road Exchange, cor. Boiuick and Kala- 
mazoo ave. 

Boogher, Henry, livery. Church. 

Booher, Frederick A., land office 
(established in 1834). real C8tate. lift> and 
fire insurance agent, notarr public and 
commissioner of deeds, Bardick. opposite 
ixwt oiHce. 

Boy Ian & King (Albert Boy Ian and Thoott 
King), hotel, Michigan Central, BnrdicL 

Breese & York (John W. Breese and Sam- 
uel A. York), lawyers. Main. 

Briggs. Henry ( -., lawyer. Main. 

Brcwkfelt, Jcis(»ph C., i>aint4.»r. Portage. 

Brooks. O. W.. agent of Clr«)ver & Baker 
sewing machines, and cloak and drew- 
maker, cor. Main and Rose. 

Brown A Hendcraon (Charles E 
Brown and Frank Hender»>n). saddleiy 
hardware, harness, saddles, collant, hom 
blankets, trunks and traveling bags, Ba^ 
dick. 

Brown. Arthur, lawyer. Main. 

Bucll, Alexander, notary public and convey- 
ancer. M«in. 

Bullard, Hubbard, ])n>iirietor of American 
lloto]. Main. 

Burdick. E lu'in. Iwiors and shoos. Main. 

Burlinghain, Wnltham II.. siish. doors. 
blinds and veneering, crir. of Water and 
Park. 

Bum, Duvid Si Co., lxx)tsand shoes. Main. 

Burnhnni. (iib»s C, agent of Merchants' 
Cnion Expn^ss Co., cor. Main and Pon- 
ag<\ 

Burns. R. & F. D., lawyers and real estate 
agent.**. 

Burns, Thomas, saloon and restaurant, Bur- 
dick. 

BuhIi & Pattenwm {Vvvd Bush and Thomas 
Patterson), builders, cor. Burdick and 
Kalamnz<K) ave. 

Cady & Phillips (Otis Cady and Delos Phil- 
lips), manufacturers of organs and mclode- 
ons, cor. Rose and Wat(^r. 

Capon, R. R., milliner}* and fancy goods, 
Portage. 

Cari)enter, Alnnson. groceries and provis 
ions. Burdick. 

Caryl. John ('., Avholi»sj»lo confectioner, etc.. 
Main. 

Carl, (iillxTt A' Co. (Eilmund Carl, Henry 
<iilix»rt and John McKi'e),furni1ure. Main. 

Caw*. UU' & Van Meter, b!ack.^miths. Rose. 

ChadlK)urn, B<*njamin, dining saloon, cor. 
Main and Edward. 



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Chase & Davison (Nohemiah Chase and 
^. Manlj F. Davison), fanning mills. Kala- 
^; maxoo ave. 
"-' CHiase. Francis H., proprietor of Union Hall, 

cor. Main and Porter. 
^ Chase, Milton, physician. Main. 
^ CLARK, GEORGE T., lawyer and real es- 
tate agent, Main. 
*' Chapham, J. P., druggist. Main. 
^ Clark, W., saloon. Portage. 

Cobb & Fisher (Thomas S. Cobb and David 
Fisher), crockery. Main. 
■ Cock & Thomas (Henry F. C^x^k and Alfred 
-: Thomas), proprietors of grain elevator, 
17 Burdick. 
• Cook, John W., photographer, Main. 

Cope, Thomas, V., hotel. Rose. 
'i Cornell, J. B. & C<y. (Joseph B., Francis W. 
Ir and Oscar D.). carriage manufacturers, 
cor. Rose and Eleanor. 

Cramer, Meyer, clothing store. Main. 
Cunimings. Francis M., cigars and tobacco, 
J Burdick. 

:i Curtis, Cyrus M., crockery and glassware, 
Main. 
Daniels. Joshua B., grocer. Portage. 
^ D'Arcambal, U. 8., druggist. 
f Davis. E. H. A Co. (E<lward H.Davis 
t. and Peter Uoffmastc^r), fancy dry goods, 
y Cliampion block, second story, Main. 
Davis, P. C. & Son (Philip C. and Charles 
F.), wholesale and retail dealers in gro- 
« ceries. Main. 

Deitz, Jacob, auction and commission mer- 
{ chant, Burdick. 

DESENBERG. MOSES, groceries and pro- 
visions, Burdick. 
Desenberg, B. & Co. (Bernhnrt L., Bernhart 
M. and Meyer), grocers and commission 
merchants. Main. 
Dewing & Kent (William G. Dewing. James 
A. Kent and William S. Dewing), sash, 
doors and blinds. Burdick. 
Dewing. William G., druggist, Main. 
DeYoe, Edwin W., real estate, insurance 

and claim agent. 
Doilgo & Fuller (O. C. Dodge and George 
Fuller), groceries, flour and feed, cor. 
Main and Rose. 
Dodge, Sheldon, foundry and machine shop, 

cor. Rose and Eleanor. 
Dudley A White (William H. Dudley 

and J. H. White), hardwan;, Main. 
DUFFIE, PHELIX & SON (Phelix and M. 
B.). hotel, Dollar House, near M. C. R. R, 
depot. 
Dunbar, G. E. & Co. (G. Edwin, Lyman M. 
and Francis M.). merchant millers and 
general produce dealers. 80 S. Burdick. 
Dudgeon & Cobb (John Dudginm and Charles 
L. Cobb), general produce and ctmimis- 
sion nit*rehautH. Burdick. 
Kagelt(m, William, manufacturer of rustic 
window shad(*s, Kalamazoo ave. 

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Evits, Myron H., jeweler. Main. 

Fargo. Wilson D., lite and accident insu- 
rance agent, cor. Main and Burdick. 

Fisher. Dann, saloon. Main. 

Fish, George W., merchant miller, Main. 

First National Bank of Kalamazoo, L. Hull, 
preMdeut ; F. 8. Potter, cashier ; cor. 
Main and Burdick. 

Fletcher, William, lawyer, Main. 

Friedman, Emil, clothing store, Main. 

Furst, Henry, livery stable. Water. 

Gale. Perrin & Co. (George H. Gale, J. J. 
Perrin, Charles E. Huntington and Wil- 
liam H. Stoddard), hardware, cor. Main 
and Burdick. 

Garland. John G.. furniture. Main. 

Gault, Charles N., groceries and provis- 
ions, Burdick. 

Geisse, A. W., stave factory, Church. 

Gibson, A. J. & Brf)ther, lK)ok store. Main. 

Giddings & Burrows (Marsh Giddings and 
Julius (^ Burrows), lawyers, court house. 

Gillies, Thomas, meat market, Burdick. 

Glover, William H., photographer. Main. 

G<Kxiale, John C, manufacturer of show 
cases, cor. Burdick and Main. 

Goodridge, Eldwin L., livery, cor. Rose and 
Eleanor. 

Goes & Dennison (Samuel F. Goss and R. C. 
Dennison). livery, Main. 

Oreen, William, harness and saddlery, 

Burdick. 
Green, James, harness maker, Burdick. 
Green, George F., models and drawings for 

Patent Otfice. 
(Crimes & Coleman (Cecil D. Grimes and 

Francis ColemanJ, lumber, lime and coal, 

cor. ('hurch and M. C. R. R. 
Groerbeck, Seth O., groceries and liquors. 

Main. 
Gustin & Mclvor, carriage and house paint- 
ing. Water. 
Harlan, Frank, bakerv. Main. 
Hauscomb, Charles b., boots and shoes, 

Main. 
Hall, Shei)herd & BfX)th (C. W. HaU, O. S. 

Shepherd and C. H. B(x>th), real estate, 

insurance and collection agency, cor. Main 

and Burdick. 
Haseneck, Frederick, saloon and bowling 

alley, Rose. 
Haven & Frik. (Edward Haven and William 

Frik), saloon, Water. 

UavenH, Thomas !¥., lawyer and 

real estate and insurance agent, cor. Main 

and Burdick. 
Hawes, Josiah L.. lawyer. Main. 
Hawes & Bowman (J. L. Hawes and R. P. 

Bowman),real estate and insurance agents. 

Main. 
Hawkins & Coleman (Seward Hawkins and 

George Coleman) gas and steam fitting 

and tin shop. Main. 

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Kidder & Bruen (George F. Elidder and 

George T. Bruen), drj goods. Main. 
King, Edward J., dendst, cor. Main and 

Burdick. 
Kneer. A. & S. (Amos and Steplien), nah, 

doors and blinds. Water. 
Krymer. Wesley, druggist, Portage. 
Lai)ham, Henry G., l^tiier and finding! 

cor. Portage and Main. 
Lay & Delano (John M. Lay and J. Meritt 
Delano), groceries and provisions, oor. 
Main and Burdick. 
Ia^wIs, Edward, grocer, oor. Mun and y 

Church. 
Lilienleld. D. & Brother (David and Wilr 
liani) .tobacco, cigars and Yankee notioni. 
Main. 
Lino, Joseph, barber, Burdick House. 
Loby, Mark, propr. Union Hotel, cor. Bur- 
I dick and Kalamazoo. 
I Lord. A. A., auction and commission store. 
! Burdick. 

j Loveland. Richard H., livery. Main. 
I Lyiuan. Henry D., blacksmith. Hose. 
j Lyon & Fitch (George W. Lyon and Thoma» 
I ' L. Fitch), physicians. Main. 
. Lynch, Carey, Iwirber, Burdick. 
I Marsala, Frank G., barber, Kalamaioo 
House. 
Marsh, Fletcher E., books, stationery and 

Yankee notions. Main. 
May & Buck (Cliarles 8. May and George 
M. Buck), lawyers, Main. 



Hay ward, S, D. & Co. (Samuel D. Hay ward, 

D. B. Merrill, McWhorter and 

George W. Fish), staves, headings and 

barrels, cor. Edward and Kalamazoo. 
Helmstadter, Philip, meat market, Burdick. 
Henry, S. P., propr. Sherman House.Burdick. 
Hertel, Julius W., music store. Main. 
Hibsch & Robischung, cooper shop, Eleanor. 
Higbee, Mrs., dress and cloak maker and 

agent for Wheeler & Wilson's sewing 

machines, Main. 
Hirschfeld, George, clothing. Main. 
Hitchcock & Fisk (Homer O. Hitchcock and 

Ira W. Fisk), Burdick. 
Hodgman. Henry C, blacksmith. Rose. 
Hofer, Leopold, boots and shoes, Main. 
Hoffknaster, Peter, fancy dry goods. 

Main street, up-stairs. 
Hogeboom. Burrell & Co. (Barant Hoge- 

boom, George and David Burrell), carriage 

makers, cor. Main and Park. 
Hollingsworth & Brother (John F. and 

Charles), Yankee notion jobbers, Main. 
Hopkins, Miss Sarah F., fancy goods, Bur- 
dick. 
Howard. Itobert R., hardware, Main. 
Hoyt, Henry E., assistant U. S. assessor, 2d 

dist., 4th div., Main. 
Hubbard, Dolloway & Smith (Franklin Hub- 
bard, Ilenry C. Dolloway and Wallace B. 

Smithy, groceries, Main. 
Hurd, Cliarles A., meat market. Walnut. 
Hjrde dc Rowland (Charles Hyde and , vf''t■«^wl'A^Fu^;w 

George W. Howland), general hardware. | jtl^^r! B^Ja^^^^^^^^ 

I McSweeney & Liogg (Terence McSw€«ney 
and William Logg), blacksmiths Water. 



Portage 

Innes, T. H., tailor, Dewing's Block. 

Isbell, Henry, boots and shoes. Main. 

Israel. M. & Co. (Mannes Israel, Samuel Ro. 
senbaum and Joseph Speyer), dry goocls 
and millinery, cor. Main and Rose. 

Jannasch, Charles F., gun shop and agent 
for Enroj)e and Havana express. Main. 

Jennings, John I)., merchant tailor, Portage. 

Jentsch, Frederick, manufacturer of contec- 
tionery, Main. 

Johnson & Sheldon (William H. Johnson 
and Luther Sheldon), druggists. Main. 

Johnson & Sherman (John T. Jdhnson and 
Henry Sherman), city marble works, Bur- 
dick. 

Jones, Thomas, life and health insurance, 
Burdick. 

Judson, Robert F., lawyer and deputy U. S. 
collector, Burdick. 

Kalamazoo House, John R. Glynn, propr.. 
Main. 

Kalamazoo House billiard rooms, John R. 
Glynn, propr. 

Keenan, Alexander, propr. Railroad House, 
Burdick. 

Kellogg & Co., lumber dealers and steam 
planing mill, Burdick. 

Kellogg, George D., telegraph operator Bur- 
dick. 



Mercer & Wager {Richard Mercer and 

Henry Wager), liverj', Rose. 
Met calf, Abraham T., dentist, Main. 

miehlfirttii Central Intnranc^e C^., 

Jacob P. Kennedy, pretident ; Charles C. 
Freeguanl. secretary, Main. 

Michigan National Bank, W. A. Wood, 
prtmUnt ; J. W. Tavlor. eashiftr. Main. 

Miller & Co. (C^irneliiis Miller and E. But- 
ton), meat market, Main. 

Moore, Joseph, grocc^ries and provisions. 
Portage. 

Morse. Willard. Jr., millinery, cloaks and 
fancy gmKis, Main. 

Neahr) John J., saloon, Portage. 

Neahr. J. R., billiard saloon, cor. Portage 
and Main. 

Newton, 1. & Son (Isaac and Isaac, Jr.), dry 
goods, Main. 

Noble. Mrs., dress maker. Main. 

O'Brien, James, ])ro])r. Franklin House, cor. 
Church and Willard. 

Parker, Henry S., hats, caps and furs. Main. 

Parker, John, livery stable. Water. 

Parrish & G arrow (Isaac Parrish and Mar- 
tin Garrow), blacksmiths, Rose. 

Patterson & Ward, stage proprietors. 



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Pajne, Mrs. H. L., hair dresser. Main. 
Peck, William W., lawyer, Main. 
Pendleton, William H., pump and trunk 

works, Eleapor. 
Pierce, Milo, propr. Cottage Hall, Rose. 
Porter & Packard (M. H. Porter and C. C. 

Packard), photographers, Main. 
Potter, John, whip and sash manufacturer, 

Main. 
Pratt, Dr. Foster, postmaster. Main. 
Ragotzj, Charles, tailor, Main. 
Relyea, Mrs. M. A., cloak and dress maker, 

Main. 
Reynolds, Patrick, grocer, Burdick. 
Rhlmejer & Fogie, saloon. Main. 
Rice Sl Allen (John D. Rico and Oscar 

M. Allen), wall paper, paints, oils, glass, 

engravers and publishers of pictures, pic- 
ture frames, moldings, artists' tools and 

paints, cor. Burdick and Water. 
RICHARDSON & WATTLES (Thomas 

Richardson and Myrtle Wattles), meat 

market, Burdick. 
Roberts dc Hlllhouse (Daniel Roberts 

and Frank S. Hlllhouse), druggists and 

book sellers. Main. 
Robertson, William, dyeing and scouring. 

Main. 
Robinson & Gale (J. M. Robinson and Q. H. 

Qale), steam engine works and agricultu- 
ral foundry, cor. Rose and Water. 
Rogers, John C, saloon, cor, Burdick and 

Water. 
Rogers, Isaac, grocer. Main. 
Rolson. John, barl)er. Main. 
Root, N., skating park. Territorial Road. 
Rosenburg, Moses, hats, caps and furs, Main. 
Sebring, Mrs., milliner and dress maker. 

Main. 
Seiffert, William, propr. Deutsche Casthaus, 

Water. 
Selkirk, Samuel K., jeweler. Main. 
Severens, H. F., lawyer, Main. 
Shakspeare, W. & Co., publishers Kalama 

zoo Gazette, cor. Main and Burdick. 
Sheldon, T. P. & Co. (Theodore P. Sheldon 

and Henry Brees), bankers. Main. 
Sheldon. Mrs. E. F., dress maker, Main. 
SHERWOOD, THOMAS R., lawyer, cor. 

Main and Burdick. 
Sherwood, S. P., saloon. Main. 
Simons, J. W., hoop skirt manufacturer, 

Burdick. 
Simpson, Henry J., shoemaker, Burdick. 
Snow, William H., watches and jewelry. 

Main. 
Southworth, R. W., painter, Burdick. 
Staiger, Leonard, tailor, cor. Burdick and 

Main. 
Stark, William L., photographer. Main. 
Stem, Henry, clothing store, Main. 
Stevens, Jerome P.* groceries and crockery, 

Main. 
Stevens, Henry M., crockery, glassware and 

cutlery, Portage. 

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STUART, EDWARDS & MAY (Charles 
E. Stuart, John Edwards and Dwight 
May), lawyers, cor. Main and Rose. 

Stewart, Miss E. G., milliner. Main. 

Stone Brothers, puhlishers Kalamazoo 

Telegraph, cor. Main and Burdick. 
Striebel, John J., saloon, Burdick. 
Sullings, Hervey, homceopathic physician. 

Main. 
Sumner & Cahill (J. D. Sumner and L. Ca- 

hill), grocers, Burdick. 
Sweet & Allen (Ezra S. Sweet and James 

Allen), gunsmiths, Burdick. 
Taylor, James W., American Express agent, 

Burdick. 
Thompson, CTharles A., lawyer. Court House. 
Thompson, Mrs. Sarah, propr. Thompson's 

Hotel, Burdick. 
Turner, James, bakery, Burdick. 
Van Antwerp, R. C, boots and shoes. Main. 
Van Hayke, O., veterinary surgeon. Rose. 
Van Norden & Lays (Ma'rmus Van Norden 

and Charles Lays), trunk manufacturers, 

Burdick. 
Vosburgh, Albert T., wagon and blacksmith 

shop, cor. Rose and Water. 
Wagner, Jacob K., book store, Main. 
Washington, John, barber, cor. Rose and 

Main. 
Wat^rbury, William, tannery. Main. 
Wattles, Stephen H., propr. Sheridan House, 

cor. Main and Rose. 
Weber, Christian, boots and shoes. Main. 
Wells, P. H., cigar and tobacco store, Bur- 
dick. 
Weybum, William, physician (eclectic), 

Burdick. 
Whipple, George, calf boot manufacturer, 
I Main. 
I Whitney, William, soap factory. Territorial 

Road. 
, Wilkinson, William, meat market. Main. 
Willcox, FriKlerick W., druggist, Main. 
Wilson, A. & G., tanners and leather dealers, 

Eleanor. 
'. Wilson & Brother (Thomas and Jonathan), 

machinists and foundry, cor. Park and 

Eleanor. 
Wilson, A. & G. (Albert and Gilbert), tan- 
ners and leather dealers. Main. 
Winslow, George W., marble works. Por- 
tage. 
Witner, Joseph, saloon, Bunlick. 
Woodbury & Grant (Jeremiah P. Woodbury 

and William M. Grant), dry goods, Main. 
Woodhams Brothers (William li.and Henry 

F.). musical merchandise, Burdick. 
Wortley, Alfred C, watches and jewelry, 

cor. Main and Burdick. 



KALAMAZOO. 

A township in Kalamazoo county, con- 
taining the pK)6t village of the same name, 

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situated on the Kalamazoo River and its 
tributaries. Population exclusive of village, 
1,000. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

8upermgor^8i\eiH Hubbard. 
Clerk — James W. Hopkins. 
Treasurer — Jacobus B. Barber. 



KALAMO. 

A township and poet village of Elaton 
county. The township contains also the 
post offices of Carlisle and Eimira. It is 
situated 20 miles from Marshall, near the 
line of the Grand River Valley Railroad. 
Has a daily mail. Postmaster— O. G. Steb- 
bins. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Phineas 8. Spaulding. 
Clerk— D. W. Powers. 
Treasurer— O. G. Stebbins. 

Ijlst of Prof^salons. Trades, etc. 

Babcock, B. R., justice of the peace. 
Bennett, Rev. L. M. (Methodist). 
Bessna, Joseph P., physician. 
Bowen, D. B., justice of the |)eace. 
Brundige, William. cooi)er. 
Clemens. E., saw mill. 
Emmons, E. J., physician. 
Godard, H. C , blacksmith. 
Gridlev & Herring, general store. 
Hall, John N., ))hysician. 
Herring, Samuel, saw mill. 
Lee, R. J., hotel. 
Mills, S. H., cabinet maker. 
Mulhollen, R. C, hotel. 
Robinson, Caleb A., saw mill. 
Shuter. Charles, carriage maker. 
Stebbins, Orra <i., flouring mill. 
Washburn, B. J., boots and shoes. 
Wilson, Mrs. Isabel, milliner. 



KELLOO-aSVILLE. 
A post village of Kent county, in the 
township of Paris, on the stage route from 
Grand Ka])ids to Kalamazoo. Distance 
from Detroit, 145 miles. Merchants ship 
goods to Kelloggsville via Grand Rapids. 
Population of village, 100. Postmaster — 
George B. Wilson. 

KENSINGTON. 

A ])08t village of Oakland county, 20 
miles north of Ann Arl)or, its nearest ship- 
ping point and express office. Daily mail. 
Postmaster — Theron Smith. 

Ijtfit of ProleimlonB, Trades, etc. 

Elder, 1., blacksmith. 

Hamilton. J. W., general store. 

Hamilton, J W., hotel. 

Littell, William, boot and shoe maker. 

Smith, Theron, wagon maker. 



LAFAYETTE. 
A township of Van Buren coontj. con- 
taining the incorporated posi vU^gQ of 
Paw Paw, the county seat. It hua an ex- 
cellent soil, mostly under a high state of 
cultivation. Surface gently rolllngr. (See 
Paw Paw.) 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Charles Sellick. 
CUrk — Andrew J. Sorter. 
Treasurer — Russell Parker. 



LAFAYETTE. 
A township and post office in the eaatem 
part of Gratiot county. It has a population 
of 150, one church (Presbyterian), and a 
few mechanic shops. Nearest express office, 
St. John's, 27 miles. Wetkly mail. Post- 
master — James L. Foote. 

lilst of ProDMslonsy TnUlea, eCe« 
Curtis, D. H.. car})enter. 
Curtis, Elijah, justice of the peace. 
Deeters, John, blacksmith. 
Foote, (/harlos C, carpenter. 
Johnson, James, shoemaker. 
Mead, E. W., cooper. 
Richardson, George, millwright. 
Street, F. M., mason. 
Thispel, J. M., shoemaker. 
Wilcox, Henry R., carpenter. 
Wright, Joseph, justice of the peace. 
Zimmerman, George, blacksmith. 



LA GRANQE. 
A township of Cass county, containing 
the thriving post village of CaseopoUs and 
the village of La Grange. It had some of 
the most productive farming land in the 
State. Population of entire township, in- 
cluding villages, 1,800. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Daniel S. Jones. 
Clerk— IjovfeW H. Glover. 



LAINO-SBURQ-. 

A small post village of Shiawassee county, 
situated on the Jack ^n, Lansing & Saginaw 
Railroad, 90 miles from l>etroit. It contains 
two general stores, a saw mill and several 
mechanics' shops. Daily mail. 

LAKEPORT. 

A post village in the township of Birch- 
ville, St. Clair county, situated on the shore 
of Lake Huron, on the stage route from 
Port Huron to Lexington, 10 miles ftom 
Port Huron, 12 from Lexington, and 65firom 
Detroit. Population, 300. Six mails per 
week. Postmaster — Charles W. Pettya. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — Thomas Dawson. 
Clerk — Harvev Brown. 



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I^lst of ProllBsaloiiB, Trades, etc. 

f Becraft, G. E., shoemaker. 

^ Bingham, James, shoemaker. 

»* Dell, Benjamin R., general store. 

* Dell, William, grocer. 

I Edmnndson. Thomas, blacksmith. 

Flemings, Robert, blacksmith. 

Graham, Rice. hot<?l. 

Herrington, William, hotel. 

Holt. John, general store. 

McDonald, James & Duncan, general store. 

Ocomb, Uriaa, carringe maker. 

Pettys, James, general store. 
, Serrice, D. B., physician. 

Warwick, Thomas, hotel. 



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LaKE RIDGE. 

A poet office of Macomb township, Lena- 
wee county, 48 miles south-west from De- 
troit. It contains a Lutheran church, gen- 
eral store, hotel and saw mill. Three mails 
per week are received. 



LAMBERTVILLE. 
A poet village in Monroe county, 58 miles 
from Detroit. It contains, two churches, a 
Masonic lodge, two stores and several me- 
chanics' sho()s. Semi-weekly mail. Post- 
ny litter — J. J. Sumner. 

I^lst of Proresslonii) Tradeii, ete. 
Farham, L., painter. 
Kirby, R. B., physician. 
Miller, J., blacksmith. 
Miller, E. W. &; Levi, wngon makers. 
Opdyke, William, blackBuiith. 
Queich, R., general store. 
Racico, R , harness maker. 
Saxton, Rev. N. A. (Universalist). 
Sumner, J. J., general store and hotel. 
Turner. Rev. P. L. (MothcKlist). 
Wheaton, J. W., blacksmith. 



Cunningham, William, carriage maker. 

Coman, R. & Co., tanners. 

Fuller, Orlando, carriage maker. 

Hedges, Miner, grocer. 

Hedges, Phi let us. 

Luther Bros. & Co. (George Luther, J. Lu- 
ther and C. Pitman), general store. 

Lane. H. M., engineer. 

McKay, James A., architect, insurance agent 
and notary public. 

Parady, E.. shoe store. 

Perlee, W. J., justice of the peace. 

Rice, John, livery stable. 

Rice, John, justice of the peace. 

Rogers, Henry, jeweler. 

Rogers. Henrv D., gunsmith. 

Scott & Westervelt (W. D. Scott and J. 
Westervelt), druggists and grocers. 

Snyder, Solomon, hotel. 

Sumner, L. C, carpenter. 

Thom])8on, Volney, boots and shoes. 

Tucker, R., blacksmith. 

Vanderhoft*. A., carpenter. 

Velzey, J., iKwts and shoes. 

Wilson & Smith, harness makers. 



LAMONT. 
A flourishing post village of Ottawa 
county, situated on Grand River, between 
Grand Rapids and Grand Haven (formerly 
called Steele's Landing), in the township of 
Talmadge. It has one Methodist and one 
Congregational church, two hotels, several 
8tori»s, a machine shop, a steam flouring 
mill and saw mill, etc. It has a daily mail. 
Postmatnter — L. D. Sumner. 

lilmt of Prof^Bulons, Trade*, etc. 
Babcock & Co., saw mill. 
Barber. W. P., dentist. 
Barnard, L. E., physician. 
Baxter. George, stoves and tin ware. 
Bennett, Rev. L. M. (Methodist). 
Blakeny, William H., hotel. 
Brace, E., general store. 
Bunlick, A., blacksmith. 
Cassell. A., grocer. 
Cilly, James, justice of the peace. 

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LANSING-. 
The capital of the State of Michigan, is a 
city of Ingham county, situated very near 
the centre of the settled portion of the 
lower i)enin8ula, in latituile 42^ 48' north, 
and longitude 84° 29' west. This place be- 
came the capital of the State in 1847, while 
it was yet an unbroken Avildemess, with the 
exception of a small log house and a saw 
mill, built the previous year in what is now 
the fourth ward. Although it has a fine 
water power and is pleasantly situated on 
Grand River, it was doubtless the chosen 
site of the capital on account of its central 
position, rather than for any natural ad- 
vantages it possesses for building a town. 
It was covered with a heavy growth of 
limber, and the labor of clearing the land 
was immense, but it has now in less than 
twenty years, notwithstanding all these 
disadvantages, become a flourishing city of 
nearly 6,0(l5 inhabitants, and the centre of 
a rich and thriving agricultural district. It 
is composed of three villages, called the up- 
per, middle, and lower towns. The city 
was incorporated in 1859. The State House 
is a large, plain, wooden structure, and was 
cme of the first buildings erected in town. 
The State Library, containing 21,438 vol- 
umes, is open to the i)ublic. It contains 
several interesting relics an 1 curiosities of 
antiquity. Among others, a copy of Livy 
in Latin, printed in German text. 852 years 
old. Also, a work entitled the Laws of 
Nemo, containing a ctxle of laws that gov- 
erned 300,000.000 of the human race for a 
thousand years without alteration or amend- 
ment, translated from the Burmese. Also 
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contains a Latin bible 250 vein old, and 
an original portrait of the Marquis de La- 
Fayette, by Horace Vemet. The State Li- 
brary has the best collection of law txmks 
in the State, and among the best in the 
country, on the whole, is an institution that 
Michigan may well be proud of. 

The State Reform School, for the refor 
mation of juvenile offenders, is a fine brick 
edifice, four stories high, and 238 feet long. 

The State Agricultural College, though a 
little out of the city, may be regarded a« 
one of the public buildings of the place. 
The object of this institution is to give itR 
studentfi a thorough theoretical and prac- 
tical knowknlgo of agriculture. It contains 
an agricultural library, a museum of an- 
cient agricultural implements, a chemical 
and philosophicAl laboratory, an extensive I 
herbarium, a lx)tanical garden, &c., &c. It | 
confers the degrees of bachelor of science, 
and master of wience upon its students. 

The Michigan Female College is also a i 
notable institutitm of the place. The city ' 
contains also eleven churches, five hotels, 
several mills and manufactories, and the 
usual stores and mechanics' shops. 

Coal of an excellent quality is found in 
the vicinity, also deposits of fire clay and 
kidney inm. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor— Df. William H. Haze. 

Recorder — J. E. Tenney. 

C^rA;— Albert E. Cx)wles. 

Treasurer — L. C. Loomis. 

Marshitl — James P. Baker. 

City Att&rney — R. C. Dart. 

Auditor — Calvin C. Tracy. 

Ald4>rman — 1*^ Ward — A. N. Hart, Silas 
W. Williams. M WardS. B. Jones, J. , 
Edmonds. 3d Ward—Q. C. Olds, J. Van 
Keuren. Ath TF//r<f — Edward Whitney, 
Benjamin Van Akin. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Torrent Engine Company No. 1 — Allegan 
street — Newton Whitney, Fffrenmn. 

Rescue Hook and Ladder Company — Alle- 
gan street. 

BOARD OF RDCCATIOS. 

Samuel S. Coryell. President. Melvin D. 
Osband. Clerk. Israel Oillett, Jr., Tre<uturer. 
Benjamin R. Gass, Principal of Union 
School: 



Z«««/?^ylr/K/y;wy (chartered 1803). Trys- ' 
teen — John A. Kerr, George W. Peck, Ilai^ 
ley Ingersoll. L. K. Hewitt, W. H. Pinck- 
ney, Ezra Jones, William Hinman. Prin- 
cipal, Carmi C. Olds. 

Michigan Female College — Trustees — E. 
B. Ward, John Owen, O. M. Barnes. Prest. ' 
of Board— Hon. John Lon^year. PrindpaU 
— Misses A. C. and Delia Rogers. 1 



STATE AORICULTURAL OOUJBGE. 

PreMent of State Board of Agrieui^ut, 
—Gov. Henry H. Orapo. 

Vice PreeiderUe—EoQ, Hesekiah Q. WeOi^ 
Hon. David Carpenter, Hon. Jtutos Gam. 
Hon. Abram C. Prutzman, Hon. OhaiMi 
Rich, Hon. Oramel Hosfbid. 

PreeidejU of College— T. C. Abbot, A.1L 

Secretary— Hon. Sanfoid Howard. 

Treasurer— J oeeph Mills. 

FACULTY. 

T. C. Abbot, A. M.. President, ProfeMor 
of Mental Philosophy and Logic 

Manly Miles. M. D., Professor of Anhnal 
Philosophy and Practical Agricnltiire, and 
SuiKirintendent of the Farm. 

R. C. Kedzie, A. M.. M. D., Professor of 
Chemistry. 

Albert "N. Prentiss, M. S., Professor of 
Botany and rlorticulture, and Saperintend* 
ent of the Garden. 

Oscar Clut«. M. S., Professor of Pure and 
applied Mathematics. 

George T. Fairchild. A. M., Professor of 
English Literature. 

W. W. Daniels. B. S.. Assistant in Chem- 
istry. 

Edwin A. Sheldon, Steward. 

Albert F. Allen. M. S., Foreman of the 
Farm. 

STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 

Board of Control — George W. Lee, chair' 
man. James L. Mead, Treasurer, C. Tracr 
Cl^rk. 

Officers— Rev. O. W\ Fay, Superintendent 
J. H. Baker, Ass't Superintendent. A. C. 
Thomp.-4on. TeacJicr. Misses Hattie Hom- 
phrev and E. M. Mills, Ass't Teachers. Mrs. 
Sarah A. Hibbard, Matron. Ira H. Barthol- 
omew, Physicsan. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

lAinsing State Republican — Published 
every Wednesday morning by John A. Kerr 
&Co. {Republican). 

MiclUgan State Democrat — Published 
every Wednesday by J. W. Higgs, in Cap- 
ital block. {Deniocratic). 

PUBLIC UALLB. 

Capital Hall — Washington avenue. 
Ma/tonic Hall — Washington avenne. 
Tcmjile of Honor Hall — Wasliington av- 
enue. 

Got}d Templars' HaU — Franklin street. 

CHURCHES. 

Congregational Church — Capital avenue. 
Rev. Charles C. Mclntyre, pastor. 

First Presbyterian Church — Washing^ton 
a ven ue. Rev. J . E . Weed , pastor. 

Second Preabyterian Churcli — Franklin 
8tnH^t. Rev. S. C. Armstrong, pastor. 

Episcopal Church — Washington avenne. 
Rev. H. Barnwell, rector. 



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- WUl Baptist Church — Kalamazoo 

Rev. L. B. Potter, paMar. 
4)di8t Church — Wasmngton avenue. 
'.. F. Spencer, pastor, 
ist C hurrh^-CApitol avenue. Rev. 
licox, pastor. 

'ersalUt Church — Grand street. Rev. 
^traub, pastor. 
an Catholic Church — Pine street. 

Van Drisse, pastor. 
%an Lutheran Church — Comer of 
ar and Kilbum streets. Rev. Haer, 

lan Methodist Church — Comer of 
ar and Saginaw streets. Rev. Mjer, 



SOCIETIES. 

tol Lodge, No. 66, F. and A. Jf— 
Wednesday evening on or before 

iH moon, at Masonic Hall. 

ring Lodge, No. 33, F. dt. A. Jf.— 
Thursday evening on or before 

ill moon, at Masonic Hall. 

UU Chapter, No. 9. i2. A. Jf.— Meets 

y evenings, on or before each full 

.t Masonic Hall. 

tnl Lodge, No. 4'5, /. 0. of 0. F— 

Rvery Thursday evening in Temple 

3r*8 Hall. 

(ing Lodge, No. 353, L 0. of G. T.— 

jvery Tuesday evening in Good Tem- 

HaU. 

ing Temple of Honor, No. 30. — Meets 

day evenings in Temple of Honor's 

ing Board of Fire Insurance Under- 
—Members— U. P. Kilborn. C. Tracy, 
ilerryfield, A. J. Viele, J. E. Tenney, 
/"hitcomb, L. C. Loomis, S. S. Coryell, 



STATE OFFICERS. 

rnor — Henry H. Crapo. 

tenant Governor — Dwight May. 

targ of State— O. L. Spaulding. 

; IVeasurer — Ebenezer O. Grosvenor. 

nissiomr of State Land Office— Qen- 

3 Pritchard. 

*ney General — William L. Stoughton. 

'ior General — William Humphrey. 

Librarian — J. E. Tenney. 
rintendent of Public Instruction — 

Hosford. 

hers of the State Board of Educaiion 
in Willits, Daniel E. Brown, Oramel 
i. 
Uy Secretary of State — George H. 

ity State Treasurer — James Turner. 

tty Auditor General — Stephen D. 

m. 

\ty Superintendent of Public Instruc- 

'. B. Stebbins. 



SENATORS IN CONORB8S. 

Zachariah Chandler. 
Jacob M. Howard. 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 

1st District, Fernando C. Beaman. 

2d " Charles Upeon. 

dd " Austin Blair. 

^h " Thomas W. Ferry. 

5th " Rowland E. Trowbridge. 

Qth " John F. Driggs. 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice — George Martin. 
Associate Justices-^asLSuc P. Christiancy, 
James V. Campbell, Thomas M. Cooley. 

JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS. 

1st District, Franklin Johnson. 



2d 


i( 


Perrin M. Smith. 


dd 


« 


Benjamin F. H. Witherell 


4th 


« 


Edwin Lawrence. 


5th 


tt 


George Woodruff. 


6th 


u 


Sanford M. Green. 


1th 


u 


Josiah Turner. 


Sth 


tt 


Louis S. Lovell. 


9th 


« 


Flavins J. Littlejohn. 


10th 


« 


Jabez G. Sutherland. 


nth 


" 


D. Goodwin. 


12th 


tt 


Clarence E. Eddie. 


ISth 


tt 


Jonathan G. Ramsdell. 

STATE SENATORS. 


1st District, Paul Gies. 


2d 


tt 


Alanson Sheley. 
Oliver C. Abell. 


Sd 


" 


4th 


tt 


Charles Andrews. 


5th 


" 


Charles Draper. 


6th 


'* 


J. Webster Childs. 


1th 


(( 


George Peters. 
Charles M. Croswell. 


Wi 


(< 


mh 


<( 


Andrew Howell. 


10th 


tt 


Eugene Pringle. 


nth 


tt 


Victory P. Collier. 


12th 


tt 


George A. Smith. 


IZth 


tt 


Cyrus G. Luce. 


Uth 


tt 


Jonathan G. Wait. 


15th 


tt 


CharlesW. Clisbee. 


16ih 


tt 


Warren Chapman. 
WUliam B. Williams. 


IWi. 


tt 


ISth 


tt 


Natlian H. Bitely. 


mh 


** 


Fred. W. Curteniua. 


20th 


tt 


Albertus L. Green. 


21st 


tt 


James Tumer. 


22d 


tt 


David L. Latourette. 


2Sd 


tt 


Willard B. Arms 


24th 


** 


William Sanbom. 


25th 


tt 


John S. Jenness. 


26th 


« 


David H. Jerome. 


27th 


" 


Nathan B. Bradley. 


2Sth 


tl 


Hampton Ittch. 


2dth 


tt 


Henrv Seymour. 
Israel E. Carlton. 


dOth 


tt 


81st 


tt 


John H. Standiah. 


82d 


tt 


Thomas J. Brown. 


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STATE REFREBBNTATIVEB. 

AUegan County—\9i district, Wiinam 
Packard ; 2d, Thomas Shepherd. 

Alpena Cemn/y— James K. Lockwood. 

Barry County — Ist, James A. Sweesj; 
2d, Richard Jones. 

Bay C(^Mn«y— Theophilns C. Grier. 

Berrien County— let, Charles R. Brown ; 
2d. John M. Glavin ; 8d, Evan J. Bonine. 

Branch County — 1st, John H. Jones ; 2d, 
Julius S. Barber ; 8d, Isaac D. Beall. 

Calhoun County— Int, Martin Haven ; 2d, 
Harvey Randall ;8d, George Wlllard. 

Cass County— Ut, Henry B. Wells; 2d, 
Leander B. Osbom. 

Eaton County— Ut, William M. Tomp- 
kins ; 2d. Phineas S. Spaulding. 

Genesee County — 1st, James Van Vleet; 
2d, Robert P. Aitken ; 8d, Chandler H. Rock- 
wood. 

Grand Traverse County— Ahijhh B. Dun- 
lap. 

Hillsdale County— Ut, Stephen Canniff; 
2d, Sinus S. Parmelee; 8d, Warren Mc- 
Cutcheon. 

Houghton County— John Q. McKeman. 

Ionia County— lex, Robert B. Smith ; 2d, 
Abiel S. Stannard. 

Ingham County— \%t, Robert C. Kedzie ; 
2d, Daniel L. Crossman. 

Jackson County — Ist, Hicl W(x)dward ; 
2d, Daniel Upton ; 8d, William G. Brown. 

Kalamazoo County — Ist, Enos T. Lovcll ; 
2d, Anthony L. Mason ; 8d, Orville H. Fel- 
lows. 

Kent County — Ist, Soloman O. Kings- 
bury ; 2d, Thomas J. Slayton ; 3d, Lyman 
Murray ; 4th, Edward Jewell. 

Keweenaw County — 1st, Jared II. Emery ; 
2d, Ellery A. Brownell. 

Lenaice-e County — 1st, John K. Boies ; 2d, 
William II. Osborn : 8d, Walter Robinoon ; 
4th. William S. Wilcox ; 5th, Charles E. 
Mickley. 

Livingston County — Ist. William Ball ; 
2d, Alexander H. Benedict. 

Mackinac County — (Carles B. Fen ton. 

Macomb County — 1st, Peter Schars ; 2d. 
Seth K. Shetterly ; 3d, Elisha F. Mead. 

Monroe County — 1st, John J. Stephens ; 
2d, Joel Dusseau ; 8d, Charh^s G. Mulet. 

Montcalm County — Levi Camburn. 

Muskegaa and Oceana Counties — Henry 
H. Holt. 

Oakland County--\Bi, Jert^miah C. Wil- 
son ; 2d, Horatio W' right ; 3Jd, Pascal Dean 
Warner ; 4th, Erastus Spaulding. 

Ontonagon County— hiithvr <i. Knien*on. 

Ottawa County — Ist, Mo64*h B. Hopkins ; 
2d. Wales F. Storra. 

Saginaw County — Ist, William H. Taylor ; 
2d, Georgo K. Newcomb. 

Sanilac County — Israel Huckins. 



Shiavauee County— IwX, 8. Titos hrl 
sons ; 2d, Charles Locke. L 

8t. Clair County— XwX, Mftrcns H. liiki;'' 
2d, John L. NeweU; 8d, George A,¥iaMm, 

8t, Joseph County— let, William B. Peek; 
2d, Orrin F. Howard ; 8d, Lafayette hr 
sons. 

Tuscola County — Alson Greenfield. 

Van Buren County — let* JonatliaA J. 
Woodman ; 2d, Amos S. Brown. 

Washtenaw County — Ist. John 6. JeniiM; 
2d, Thomas White ; 3d, Jeremiah D. Conf; 
4th, Samson Parker. 

Wayne County— let, Edward C. Walka; 
Thomas R. Spence, Eldridge G. Merrid^ 
Jefferson Wiley. Thomas I). Hawlev : H 
Cliarles B. Chanvin ; 3d. C. difibrd ftnitk; 
4th, George W. Swift ; 6th, Jared A. Seztoa 

STATE AGRICrLTTOAI* 80CXKTT. 

Prcitident—W, Q. Beckwith, ITtMopolk 
Treasurer — E. O. Humphrey, Kalamasoa 
Secretary — R. F. Johnstone, l>etrolt. 

Ijlai of ProHBaalona, Tradesy cte. 

Alton, Frederick, cornier, Washin^on are. 

At wood & French (Henry P. Atwood and 
John M. French), lawyers, Waabiagtoi 
ave. 

Amphlett & DaWs (John W. AmpUett 
and Arthur T. Davis), crockery and g1a» 
ware, wholesale and retail, Wai^ingtos 
ave. 

Amrhein, J., saloon. 

Armstmng & Saint (Joseph C. Armstrou 
and George A. Saint), hardware and agn- 
cultural implements. Michigan ave. 

Arnold, John, shoemaker, Washington ava 

Bacon. . physician, Washincrton ave. 

Bagley, Alfred ' B., groceries, Waahingtoi 
ave. 

BAILEY, BENJAMIN F., Jr., homceopathie 
physician, Michigan ave. 

BakeV, A. ]j. & Bn»s. (Albert L.. Oscar and 
Alonzo), chair manufacturers. Washing- 
ton ave. 

Baker, M. S. & Co. (Milo S. Baker and J. 
Standanl), foundry and machine shop, 
corner Cai^ital ave. and Washtenaw. 

Baldwin BroH. (Joel and John), lively, 
Franklin. 

Baker, James P., De]>uty United StaM 
Marshal, Michigan ave. 

Barett. Miss L. J. & Co., milliners. Washing 
ton ave. 

Barringi^r & liackey (Jacob W. Barxingfr 
and Sanford G. lackey), cooper shop, 
Franklin. 

Biirtholonn'w k Buker (Ira H. Bartholomrv 
nnd Henry it. liaikcr). phybicinns and sur 
gecms, Allenan. 

BnteH, CharU's S., Kxclmnge Hotel, Frank- 
lin. 

Banerly, Frtnlerick. wagon shop. Central. 

Banerlv, Gotlob, l)lack.*«iuith. Central. 



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, Alfred, telegraph operator and 
ican Express agent, Michigan Ave. 
}. R., clothing store, Washington 

Jacob, carriage maker, Franklin. 

H, ANDREW, meat market, Wash- 

1 ave. 

.^iark (J. S. Bird and Alexander H. 

I. lumber yard, corner Capital ave. 

NTashtenaw. 

er, Nathan, saloon, Franklin. 

kW, Samuel, eating house, Allegan. 

, John & Christian, blacksmiths, 

al. 

Lewis, saloon. Central. 

& Conely (Gilead S. Biisbin and 
r F. Conely), druggists and grocers, 
lington ave. 

Mrs. Maria, millinery and fiancy 
, Franklin. 

K W., steam cabinet works and fur- 
J warehouse, corner Ionia street and 
lington ave. 

id & Chapman (Merritt Buckland 
Villiam H. and Nelson C. Chapman), 
rs and sash and blind factory, lumber 
gan ave. 

laol & Stevenson, meat market, 
gan ave. 

:NTER, henry B., justice of the 
, attorney at law and notary public, 
lington ave. 

Co. (William M. Carr and H. D. 
«), grocers, Washington ave. 
. L. & Co., bankers and exchange 
!«, corner Washington and Michi- 
.ves. 

& Holly (Alonzo T. Cheney and 
!i8 M. Holly), photographers, corner 
lington and Michigan aves. 
pher. George W., gniceries and pro- 
is, Franklin. 

& Edmonds (Charles Connell and 

W. Edmonds), saddlery hardware, 
:s and harness, 114 Washington 

, Samuel S., dry goods, Washington 

Allxfrt E., lawyer, Washington ave. 

Frederick M., dry goods, Cowles' 
, Washington ave. 
1'., blacksmith, Franklin. 
, Mrs. J. A., dressmaker, Washington 

& Lane (Lewis C. Damon and Har- 

K. Lane, hardware and groceries, 

Uin. 

, Philo L., livery, Washtenaw. 

Davis (Eben VV. Dart and Eli H. 
»), hardware, wholesale and ri'tail, 
lington uvf. 

Wiley (UoUiu C. Dart and Delos C. 
y), lawyers, Cowles' block, Washing- 
ve. 

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Dixon, James B., tailor, Washington ave. 

Dwinnell, Mrs. H. M., dress and cloak 
maker, Washington ave. 

Edgar, Henry W., proprietor Edgar Hoose, 
Washington ave. 

Ekstein &> Lederer (David Ekstein and 
Emanuel Lederer), grocers, Washington 
ave. 

Elder, John A., Assistant Asseasor Third 
District, Washington ave. 

Eliott. Henry, dry goods, boots and shoeB, 
and groceries, Washington ave. 

Elliot £ Ciine (Richard Elliot and Alexan- 
der ClineV warehouse and produce deal* 
ers. Franklin. 

Elliott, John, blacksmith, comer Capitol 
ave. and Washtenaw. 

Elliott, Richard, genenil store, Franklin. 

Englehart, Philip, photographer, Michigan 
ave. 

Espelstyn & Sons (Justus, Edwin M. and 
James R.), groceries and provisions, 
Washington ave. 

Feldman k Ellis (Jacob Feldman and Thom- 
as Ellis), billard saloon, Michigan ave. 

Feldpaush. Lewis, billard saloon, comer 
Central and Franklin. 

Ferle & Eddy (Henry Ferle and Henry Eddy), 
furniture and cabinet ware, Washington 
ave. • 

FOBES, HITCHCOCK k CO. (Simeon D. 
Fobes, Horace Hitchcock and Williard A. 
Esselstyn), wholesale and retail dealers in 
clothing, hats caps and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, 116 Washington ave. 

Fonda, I. H. & Co. (Isaac H. Fonda and 
Elt<m A. Esselstyn), dry goods, wholesale 
and retail, Washington ave. 

FOSMIR & DWINELL (Frank Fosmir 
and George Dwinell), foundry and ma- 
chine shop. River. 

Qassenmere, Qeorge H., carpenter shop, cor. 
Turner and Franklin. 

George, S. F., lawyer, comer Wash- 
ington and Michigan aves. 

Grammel, George, harness maker, Frank- 
lin. 

Green, Thomas W., chair fieustory, Turner. 

Green & Bro. (Joshua H. and Albert H.), 
grocers, Washington ave. 

Grove & Whitney (George K. Grove and 
Edwin H. Whitney), general hardware, 
comer Washington and Michigan aves. 

Harrison & Clark, steam saw mill. 

Hart, Benjamin, steam flour mill. 

Hart, Mrs. H. N., milliner, Franklin. 

Hart, A. N. & Son (Alvin N. and Arthur N.), 
hardware, boots, shoes and groceries, 
Franklin. 

He ith, Luman F., jeweler and photographer 
Franklin. 

Heib, John, groceries and provisions, Wash- 
ington ave. 

HEELAN, JAMES, barber. Franklin. 
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Hewett, Moees A., lawyer and notary pub- 
lic, Central. 

Hiblmrd, Thomas, livery, Washington ave. 

Hitchcock & Bro. (HarveyS. and Horace P.), 
books and stationery, Washington ave. | 

Hollier, William, saloon, Michigan ave. 

Holmes & Thayer (Theodore S. Holmes and 
Albert R. Thayer), druggists and grocers, 
Washington ave. 

Hopkins & Burridge (Jndson W. Hopkins 
and George Burridge), marble works, 
Washington ave. 

House, Jones & Porter, (George H. House, j 
Nelson B. Jones and James B. Porter), 
general insurance, real estate and tax 
agents, comer, Michigan and Washing- 
ton aves. 

Hudson, Martin, proprietor Lansing House, 
comer Washington ave. and Washtenaw. 

Hull, J. B., physician, Washington ave. i 

Hunter, Smith, groceries and provisions, 
No. 1 Cowles' block, Washington ave. 

Hunt, George W., proprietor Hunt's Hotel, 
corner Washington ave. and Saginaw. 

Ingersoll & Robson (Harley Ingersoll, John 
and Charles Robson), dry goods, wholesale 
and retail, Washington ave. 

Jennison, O. A. & Co. (Grin A. Jennison and 
John M. Kerr), dry goods, Washington 
ave. 

Jeuison, Luther J., meat market, Washing- 
ton ave. 

Johnson, A. T. H., railroad agent, Michigan 
ave. 

Johns & Bailey (James Johns and Rufus A. 
Bailey), boots and shoes, Washington 
ave. 

Johnson, Ceplias W., harness and trunk 
maker, Washington ave. 

Kerr, John A. dc Co., publishers of 
Lansing State Republican, Michigan ave. 

KERR, RUDGLF, manager of Max. Todfs 
dry goods store, Franklin. 

KILBGRN, MARCUS P.. secretary of State 
Insurance Co., cor. Washington and Mich- 
igan aves. 

Kimmich, John D., shoemaker, Franklin. 

Kincaid & Marshall (Rol>ert Kincaid, Ed- 
ward and Thomas Marsliall), drug- 
gists, grocers and warehouse, Wash- 
ington. 

Kingle, Jacob, Jr., clothing and merchant 
tailor, Washington ave. 

Knott & Beamer (Robert B. Knott and Al- 
fred Beamer), flour, feed and produce, 
Michigan ave. 

Ijansing & Son (Solomon and Garrett Y.), 
blacksmiths, cor. Grand and Washtenaw. 

Lederer, Henry, grocer, Washington ave. 

Lee, George W., physician, Franklin. 

Lee, Herl^rt A., dry goods, wholesale and 
retail, Washington ave. 

Longyear, E., attorney, real estate, convey- 
ancing, etc., Michigan ave. I 



LONGYEAR, JOHN W., lawyer, a. e. 
Michigan and Washington aves. 

Longyear & Nichols (Steven E. Lcmffor 
and David T. NicholB), boots and Soei» 
111 Washington ave. 

Loomis, Anson P., grocer. Central. 

Maier & Schneider (Christian Maier tad 
Henry Schneider), saloon and tailors, cor. 
Washington ave. and Washtenaw. 

Marks, C. T., omnibus line, Washtenaw. 

Marshall, Orville, physician and surgeon, 
Franklin. 

Martin, Charles H.. barber, Washington 
ave. 

HcOeorit^e, Liucluii H., broom mantt- 
facturer, Michigan ave. 

Mclntire, Rev. Charles C. (Congregational). 

McK5:NDREE, EDWARD J., lawyer, 
and real estate agent. Washington ave. 

Mead & Co. (James J. and J. raunk Mead 
and Edward Hudson), general store, cor. 
Center and Franklin. 

Merr>'field & Weller (Edward K. MenyfieM 
and Augustus F. Weller), dry goods^ gro- 
ceries, hats, caps, boots and shoes, Wash- 
ington ave. 

Millar, Earl B., grocer. Washingt<m ave. 

Miller, William, botanic physician, Wadi- 
ington ave. 

Mil in, T. & Son (Thomas and James A.), 
foundry and machine shop. 

Moots and Rupff (William Moots and Paul 
Rupff ), stoves and tinware, Washington 
ave. 

Mosley, Chester, aty Flouring Mills. 

Nelson, Richard W., physician, cor. Cherry 
and Hillsdale. 

Ntnvbro, Soloman D., justice of the peace. 
Franklin. 

Newbro. Eugene P., druggist and grocer, 
Central. 

Owens & Davis, barbers, Washington ave. 

Parmelee, Edmund, woolen factory. 

Parment, Miss M. A., millinery, Michigan 
ave. 

Peck. D. G. & Co. (Daniel G. Peck and Di- 
rect us A. Cole), clothing store, Washing- 
ton ave. 

PINCKNEY & WALDRON (WUliam H. 
Pinckney and Daniel Waldron), attor- 
neys at law, Washington ave. 

Pixley, Moses F., livery and veterinary sm^ 
geon, Franklin. 

Powers, T. F. & Co. (T. Frank Powers and 
Alexander Cameron), bakers, grocers and 
confectioners, Washington ave. 

Powers. Miss M. F., millinery, Franklin. 

Pratt, Mrs., liomceopathic physician, Frank- 
lin. 

PUGH, H. D. & W. B., manufacturers and 
dealers in leather and findings, Washing- 
t(»n ave, 

Ranney & Sliank (George E. Ranney and H. 
B. Shank). i)hy8ician8, Allegan. 



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▲tternejr & Ctnmselltr ^t h^Wt 

L.AIWSIIVO, nvouAur cc, hichioaiv. 

ATTENDS FB0HFTL7 TO ALL BUSINESS IN TBS UNS OF EIS FBOFSSSION. 



Will act as Land and Tax Agent. Will buj and sell Timbered Lands, Improved 
Farms and City Property, on commission. 

REFEH8 TO HON. D. L. CASE AND JOSEPH MILLS, LANSING. 



RICHARDSON, ISRAEL E., Union Hotel, 
cor. of Central and Franklin. 

Robson. Robert 8., general store, Washing- 
ton ave. 

Robson, William L., groceries and crockery. 
Central. 

RusseU, F. F. & Co. (Franklin F. RusseU 
and Andrew J. Viele), jewelry, books and 
stationery, cor. Washington ave. and Al- 
legan. 

Sanford, Elias V., boots and shoes, Michi- 
gan ave. 

Sattler, Charles L., groceries, cor. Franklin 
and Central. 

Schafer, Charles A., clocks, watches and jew- 
elry, Washington ave. 

Schoettle, John G., brewery, Jefferson. 

Schofield, , saw mill. 

Second National Bank (Capital, $50,000). 
James I. Mead, preHdent ; H. H. Smith, 
vice president; Joseph Mills, cashier, 
cor. of Washington and Michigan aves. 

SEAGER, S. F., lawyer, s. e. cor. of Mich- 
gan and W^ashin^n aves. 

Shubel, Fred., blacksmith, Franklin. 

ShuU & Shirto (David N. Shull and 
Ezekiel J. Shirts), grocers, \Vashington 
ave. 

Simons & Hill (Benjamin F. Simons and 
Eugene S. Hill), dry goods, Washington 
ave. 

Somerville, James, harness shop. Franklin. 

South worth & Carmer (Henry M. South 
worth and William P. Carmer), general 
store, Franklin. 

Spaulding, Josiah, tailor, Central. 

Spencer & Brother (Ebenezer D. and Lib- 
erty H.), boots and shoes, Franklin. 

Sprang & Clark (Philip G. Sprang and Al- 
bert Clark), carriage factory, cor. Grand 
and Washt43naw. 

STATE INSURANCE CO OF MICHIGAN, 
D. L. Case, prendent ; M. P. Kilborn, aec- 
retary and treasurer ; J. T. Whitcomb, 
assistant secretary, Washington ave. 

Stewart, A. B., chair factory. 

Straugh B., meat market. Central. 

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Sutton, Byron, livery, Washtenaw. 

Taylor. M. R., agent Merchants* Union Ex- 
press, 125 Washington ave. 

TENNEY, J. EUGENE, attorney and coun- 
sellor at law, U. S. Circuit Court commis- 
sioner, notary public, life, fire and acci- 
dent insurance agent. 

Thompson, Ephraim F., furniture. Central.. 

Thrift, Thomas B., hardware, Washington 
ave. 

TODT. MAXIMILIAN, dry goods, clothing, 
etc., Franklin. 

Tooper & Pratt (John S. Tooper and Emory 
A. Pratt), druggists and grocers, Franklin. 

Towner, Eira C, shoe maker, Franklin. 

Townsend & Madison (William Townsend 
and Mills R. Madison), city bakery, 
Washington ave. 

Trostel, Frederick, gunsmith, Washington 
ave. 

Turner, Amos, produce dealer, Franklin. 

Turner & Adams (Amos Turner and An- 
drew C. Adams), general store, Franklin. 

Turner, Charles, druggist, Franklin. 

TURNER, JAMES, Deputy State Treasurer. 

Uebole, Gottfried, grocer, Franklin. 

Van Auken, Daniel W., general store, 
Franklin. 

VanHusen, Jacob, restaurant. Franklin. 

Van Keuren, J., boots, shoes and leath- 
er, 125 Washington ave. 

Van Keuren & Thompson (James W. Van 
Keuren and John C. Thompson), painters, 
Washington ave. 

Verity, James H., sash, doors and blinds, 
Franklin. 

Vide, A. J., wholesale and retail dealer 
in books, stationery, wall |mper, gold and 
silver watches, jewelry, plated ware, pi- 
anos, organs, melodeons and musical 
merchandise, cor. Washington and Mich- 
igan avf s. 

Waters, Theodore, groceries and provis- 
ions, cor. Franklin and Central. 

Warmore & Krell (Philetus B. Wamiore 
and Peter Krell), stone ware manufactur- 
er, Franklin. 

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Wells, Frank, druggist and grocer, 129 

Washington ave. 
Whitbeck. Miss O. M., hair dresser, Wash- 
ington ave. 
Whitcomb, J. T., life, accident and live 

stock insurance agent, cor. Michigan and 

Washington aves. 
Whitnall, William F., manufacturer of 

whips, gloves and mittens, Washington 

ave. 
Whitney, Lyman, monuments and tomb 

stones, Washington ave. 
Whitney, W. S., homceopathic physician, 

Washington ave. 
Willard, Mrs. C. W., milliner, Washington 

Williams & Watkins (Silas Willard and 
Alonzo A. Watkins), general hardware, 
Franklin. 

Wolf, C. & Brother (Christian and Jacob), 
saloon, Washington ave. 

W00DH0U8B & BUTLER 

(William Woodhouse and Charles W. 

Butler), general land and tax agents, 

Washington ave. 
Woodworth, G. R. & Son (G. R. and Henry 

A.), boots and shoes. Washington ave. 
Yieter, Fred & Co. (Frederick leiter, John 

Hertel and A. R. Thayer), Grand River 

Brewery, Madison. 

LAPEER. 

A flourishing incorporated village and 
seat of justice of Lapeer county, 63 miles 
north of Detroit, and connected by daily 
lines of stages with Pontiac and Flint. La- 
peer contains a population of about 1.200, 
and is the market for a large farming and 
lumber district. Farmer's Creek and La- 
peer Creek here unite and form the Flint 
River, furnishing an excellent water power, 
which has been considerably improved. 
The village contains, besides the county 
buildings and many fine private residences, 
churches of the Presbyterian, Methodist, 
Episcopal, Baptist, Catholic and Adventist 
denominations, a large union school (500 
scholars), a Masonic lodge, a lodge of Odd 
Fellows, one of Good Templars, an agricul- 
tural society, a newsjMiper, the weekly 
Clarion, published by Tomlins<m & Moon, 
at |;l.50 per year, an iron foundry and ma- 
chine shop, a woolen factory, two sash and 
blind factories, planing mill, flour mills, 
saw mill, cabinet and wagon shops, two 
hotels and about 25 stores. It has an ex- 
press office and receives a daily mail. Mer- 
chants ship goods to F'lint. by Detroit & 
Milwaukee and Flint & Holly Railroads. 
Postmuster — S. N. Vincent. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

P reside nt—}>iy Ton C. Kenny. 
Recorder — Ulysses D. Bristol. 



Marshal — ^Lansing B. Eldrid^e. 

2V««wr«r— Charles W. Davis. 

TruHeeM—AXouxo S. Hatch, WUliam Hem- 
ingway, Charles M. Hemingwajr, Peter Van 
Dyke, Columbus Tattle, Robert Khig. 

COUNTT OPFICBBS. 

Judge of PrdtcUe — Charles ^ch. 

Oierk—itM^T Bentley. 

Treasurer— yr\\\\Am W. Barber. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Silas B. Ghtsildll. 

Register of Deeds—VijmeB J. Bristol. 

Surveyor — Gilbert Bates. 

Sheriff— John B. Sutton. 

Circuit Court Com. — William Hemingway. 
I«tst of Professions* Trades, ete. 
Bancroft, John W., fumAture. 
Bartle. Rev. W. T., pastor Presbyterian 

church. 
Bassett, Mrs. A. J., milliner and dress 

maker. 
Beard, Handey, baker and confectioner. 
Brackenbury. Thomas, meat market. 
Brooks, Lewis M., shoe maker. 
Brown, John M. & Edwin, blacksmiths. 
Brown, Orrin, wool carding and black- 
smithing. 
Bump, Rev. A. D., pastor Baptist church. 
Churchill, Abram. wagon maker. 
Collins, Patrick, tailor. 
Conklin, Daniel, carpenter. 
Corbin, Hiram, blacksmith. 
Cutting, Francis R., dry goods, clothing, 

jewelry and groceries. 
Davis & Peters (Charles M. Davis and Fran- 
cis Peters), hardware. 
Day, John, brick yard. 
Dexter, George W., saloon. 
Dodge, C. T. & Co. (Curtis T. Dodge, Silas 

B. Gaskill and Peter Van Dyke), livery 

Rtfltblp 
Dodge & Van Dyke (Curtis T. Dodge and 

Peter Van Dyke), general store and 

dealers in lumber and shingles. 
Douglas, E. G., dentist. 
Emmett. Thomas, cariwnter. 
Farr & Travis, meat market. 
Fox, Rev. William, pastor M. E. church. 
Frink & Pheli)s, billiard saloon and restau- 
rant. 
Gage, Mrs. Mary, millinery. 
Gaskill, Silas B., lawyer, office in court 

house. 
Gates. Frank, boot and shoe maker. 
GAZLAY, CHARLES H., saddles, harness 

and trunks. 
Geers, Harrison, lawyer, office in court 

house. 
Graham & George (William Graham and 

John George), wagon makers. 
Haddrill, William, grocer. 
Hall, John T., tin shop. 
Hemingway & Seely (Charles Hemingway 

and Christ. Seely), planing mill, sash, 

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Hemingway, William, lawyer. 

Henderson, William, carpenter. 

Henrr, HTIIIlaiii. propr. Northern 
Hotel, cor. Pine and Park. 

Hetts, Valentine, hamees maker. 

Hicks, Caleb S., boots and shoes. 

Hlckii A Bntterfleld (Jonathan H. 
Hicks and Oeoige W. Butterfield), boots, 
shoes and leather. 

Hicks & Butts (Steven S. Hicks and May- 
nard Butts), boots and shoes. 

HINMAN, DANIEL W., watchmaker, 
jeweler and engraver. 

HOLMES, DERASTUS, druggist. 

Horton, H. L., dry goods and groceries. 

Hungerford, James, blacksmith. 

Jackson, William A., physician, Franklin. 

Jackson & Wright (William A.Jackson and 
Silas Wright), drugs and groceries. 

Jennings, W. H. & Brother (William H. and 
Ward H.), general store, flouring and 
custom mill and dealers in lumber. 

Johnston, Alexander, propr. Lapeer Ex- 
change hotel. 

Kaiser, Joseph, cabinet maker. 

Kenny & Nash (Myron C. Kenny and Al- 
ford Nash), physicians. 

Leavenworth, Henry, woolen factory. 

Loder, William J., hardware. 

Lom & Simpson (William Lofil and Allen 
Simpson), blacksmiths. 

Lundy & Gates (Abram V. Q. Lundy and 
Stephen V. Gates), dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 

McCullough & Arnold (Thomas McCullough 
and William Arnold), wagon and carriage 
makers. 

McElroy, Francis, billiard saloon. 

McLennan, Alexander, dry goods, groceries, 
glassware, boots, shoes, hats and caps. 

Miller, Joseph, tailor. 

morton A IflcDonald (Matthew Mor- 
ton and William McDonald), foundry and 
machine shop. 

Neeland, Mrs. E. L., millinery and fancy 
goods. 

Osirander. Charles D., homcpopathic physi- 
cian. 

Oviatt, WHu^ler & Daniel, carpenters. 

Patterson, Mrs., dress and cloak maker. 

Petingale, Cyrus, cooper. 

Piatt, Selah. boot and shoe maker. 

Root, Nathaniel, carpenter. 

Rosen & Samuels (David Rosen and I^ouis 
Samuels), dr>' goods and clothing. 

Sloan, James, carpenter. 

Smith, John O., painter. 

Smith, Myron B., carjienter. 

Stickney, William W., lawver. 

St. John Brothers (Samuel P. and James H.), 
general stoi-e. 

Taylor, Benjamin F., lKx>ts and shoes. 

Thomas, Calvin P., lawyer. 

Tibbitts, I/eonard, blacksmith. 

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Tomllnson A ll€M»n (S. J. Tomlinson 
and L. N. Moon), publishers and proprie- 
tors of the Weeldy Clwrion and Lapeer 
Republican^ office in Masonic Block. 

Tomlinson, Samuel, painter and wagon 
maker. 

Tomlinson Brothers (Samuel, James and 
Henry R.), general store. 

Turner, Charles, painter. 

Turrill, James, saw mill. 

TUTTLE & GREGORY (Columbus Tnttle 
and George B. Gregory), dry goods, gro- 
ceries and crockery, and manu&ctnrersof 
doors, sash and blinds. 

Vincent, James H., principal union school. 

VINCENT, S. N., postmaster. 

Van Marter, John, carpenter. 

Vincent, Solon T., carpenter. 

Vincent & Smith (Shadrach N. Vincent and 
Rollin A. Smith), drugs, groceries and 

WADE, LUCIUS N., photograph artist. 

Warren, Jerome B., carpenter. 

Wattles, John M., lawyer. 

WEBKR, CARL, gunsmith. 

Whitcomb, Sidney P., carpenter. 

White Enoch, J., American Express agent. 

White & Hevener (Enoch J. White and 

John Hevcncr), general store. 
White, J. R., lawyer and justice of the 

peace. 
White, Phineas G., claim and insurance 

agent. 
Wilcox, Timothy L., carpenter. 
Wright, Eld ward, barber. 
Wright, Rev. George, Jr. (Adventist). 



LAPHAMSVILLE. 

A post village in the township of Algoma, 
in Kent county, situated on the Grand Rap- 
ids and Greenville stage route, 15 miles 
north-east of Grand Rapids, and 175 miles 
from Detroit. 



LA SALLE. 
A township and post village of Monroe 
county, situated on Lake Erie, at the mouth 
of Otter creek, four miles from the city of 
Monroe. Populatifm of township, 1,800. 

LAWRENCE. 
A thriving village in VanBuren county, 
located on the Paw Paw river, 10 miles 
north-west of Decatur, which is the near- 
est ]K)int on the Michigan Central Railroad. 
Daily mail from Decatur. The place has 
ten stores and groceries, two churches, one 
Masonic lodge, one hotel, three mills, and 
mechanics' shops in variety. It is sur- 
rounded by a rich farming country. Pop- 
ulation, 500. Poetma8ter--^o\\n B. Potter. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — John B. Potter. 
CUrk—h. M. Hodges. 

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I«tot of ProfDMlons, Trades, ete. 

Anderson, William, grist and saw mill. 

Barlow, Samuel, wagon maker. 

Bunnell, Jabe C, hiurness maker. 

Berry, Rev. Joseph R. 

Bowen, P., shoemaker. 

Bridges & Swart, blacksmiths. 

Chadwick, E. E. & J. L., general store. 

Crissey & Barrows, boots and shoes. 

Crissey, Mrs., millinery. 

Combs, O., carpenter. 

Cross, Q. A., grocer. 

Ferguson, James E., physician. 

Fisk, C. W., general store. 

Hayes, Thomas, carpenter. 

Raskins, A. S., physician. 

Hodges, Mrs., milliner. 

Johnson & Miller, cabinet makers. 

Kelly & Rowland, grocers. 

Lynch, C. B., carpenter. 

Marshall, H. M., general store. 

Moon, J. M., stoves and hardware. 

Musson, Ezra S., wagon maker. 

Potter, John B., insurance agent. 

Phillips, J. L., grocer. 

Pond, H. A., stoves and tinware.' 

Quackenbush, John, cooper. 

Randall, Benjamin, blacksmith. 

Ransom, S., carpenter. 

Rowo, S., physician. 

Scotfonl, Rev. John. 

Simmonds, Rev. 

Tyler, P. S., physician. 

Upton, John B., lawyer. 

Warren, Daniel A., harness maker. 

Webster, R., carpenter. 

White, Mrs., milliner. 

Wiggins, O. B., physician. 

LAWTON. 

An incorporated village in the townsliip 
of Antwerp, VanBuren county, on the Mich- 
igan Central Railroad, 150i iuilt»« from 
Detroit. It has considerable trade in tini- 
bcr, grain, produce, etc., has a lodge each 
of Masons and Good Templars, one fan- 
ning mill manufactory, two flouring mills, 
two saw mills, one Methodist church, ton 
stores and numerous mechanics' shops. It 
has a daily mail. Population about 000. 
Postmaster — Andrew Longstreet. 

lilsC of ProftoMlons, Trades, etc. 
Bietly & Brother, nursery. 
Bitelv, Nathan H., lawyer. 
Burch, Ezra, blacksmith. 
Chcosman, S. B., general store. 
Cowgill, McKeye8& Co., flouring & saw mill. 
Day, George W., dentist. 
Durkee, Calvin, justice of the peace. 
Finley, Richard, harness maker. 

Ford, , l>oot and shoe maker. 

Harwick, Herman V., hardware store. 
Hut ton, J. D., flouring mill. 
Green, Reuben, carriage maker. 



Griflin, Robert, physician. 

Graham, Rev. , (Methodist.) 

Lawton, George W., lawyer. 
Lawton, C. D., civil engineer. 
Longstreet, Samuel, jostioe of tbepeaee. 
MUler & Robbins (H. H. MiUer and 

Robbins), general store. 
Morrell, Charles M., boot and shoe store. 
Munger, W. & C. (William and Charles), 

druggists. 
Parker, James L., carpenter. 
Phillipps, S. G., grocer. 
Ray, Guy C, bUcksmith. 
Robinson & Morgan, livery stable. 
Robinson, G. W. & H. F. (hotel), Robinson 

House. 
Rockwell, B. B., steam saw milL 
Rogers, Henry A., mason. 
Rowe & Hill (N. B, Rowe and Q.B. A. HillX 

crockery and notions. 

Salee, , physician. 

Sebring, Horace, billiard saloon. 

Simmons, Ellis D., carpenter. 

Smith, George P., druggist and grocery. 

Smith, William H., general store. 

Stern, L. & Co. (Levi and H. Stem and B. 

Dusenbury), general store. 
Taylor, A., physician. 
Thompson, Mrs. Calista, milliner. 
Townsend, , grocer, and flour and feed 

store. 
Waldron, L. M. & Co., steam saw milL 
Weaver & Gunn (Stephen J. Weaver and 

Spencer Gunn), grocers. 
Wheeler, William J., cooper. 
Wilcox, James L., carriage maker and 

blacksmith. 



LEIGHTON. 
A township and post office of Allegan 
county, 150 miles west from Detroit, ana 18 
luiles from Grand Rapids, the nearest rail- 
road point. It has two hotels, and a steam 
saw mill. Population 700. Pastma^er— 
Jonathan W. Chamberlain. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supertisor — F. W. Collins. 
Ckrk — G. B. Manchester. 
7'reasurer — Georg<j Lewis. 
lilst of Professions, Trades, eie. 

Brown, Dewitt, saw mill. 
Cook, Alfred, cabinet maker. 
Cook, Amos, justice of the peace. 
Corning, Ephraim, carpenter. 
Ellenwood, John, justice of the peace. 
Everson, Orville, carpenter. 
Hooker, Darwju, blacksmith. 
Hooker, D. W , justice of the peace. 
Inglis, Francis, mason. 
Kellogg, Israel, saw mill. 
Manchester, justice of the peace. 
Runnels, Chillian, lawyer. 
Saunders, E<lmnnd C, hotel. 
W^illiams, Robert, mason. 



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LELAND. 

wnship, post village and port of 
V county on Lake Michigan. It con- 
tree stores and several mills, man- 
es and mechanics' shops. Popola- 
}. Po8tmagter—S. Pickard. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

'visor — John J. MiUer. 

— G. Verfurth. 

; of ProfDMlons, Trades, etc. 

William, physician, grocer and 

rederick, boots and shoes. 

& Thies, general store, flooring and 

dill, steam tug and dock. 

ohn, physician. 

T., boots and shoes, 
erhard, cabinet maker. 
Allen, carpenter. 

& Barton, steam tug and dock. 

, S., store. 

Is, C., store and dock. 

r, Edwin, tailor. 

i'^illiam E., hotel. 

', John, shipbuilder. 

LEONI. 

rnship of Jackson county, contain- 
Nst village of the same name, also 
ed " Michigan Centre." The Mich- 
mtral Railroad passes through the 
ist comer of the town. Distance 
Jtroit, 68 miles. 



LEONIDAS. 

rnship and post village of St. Joseph 
about 15 miles from Burr Oak sta- 
9 nearest shipping point, on the 
,n Southern Railroad. It contains 
[, two churches, three stores, and 
mills, manufactories and mechanic 
Triweekly mail. Postmaster — W. 
ikin. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

'visor — William A. Watkins. 
—George A. Arnold, 
tttrer— James McCoy. 

. of Proftoflslonsy Trades, etc* 

Henry G., boot and shoe maker. 
George A., harness maker. 
Nichols (Joseph Baird and William 
(Is), general store. 
J. V. S., justice of the peace. 
Jonas, mason. 
J. & Son (Joseph and Myron S.), ma- 

oshua, carpenter. 

Miss Mehitable, milliner. 

[icorge, cooper. 

I, George, physician. 

ieorge D., cooper. 

}eorge J„ carpenter. 

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aark, Lemuel T., blacksmith. 

Clinie, Andrew, flour and saw miU. 

Codman, Albert, carpenter. 

Cross & McDowell (Samuel Cross and Wil- 

liam McDowell), general store. 
Davis & Woolfinger (William C. Davis and 

S. M. Woolfinger), grocers. 
Davis, W. C, carriage maker. 
Davis, WiUiam, bladLsmith. 
Glidden, Rev. N. D. (Congregational). 
Hains, William, dentist. 
Haines, William, cooper. 
Howe, Joseph, lawyer. 
Jourdan, A. M., cabinet maker. 
Kidd, Joseph, flouring and saw mill. 
Luther, Louis, £., boots and shoes. 
Millard, Adolphus, carpenter, 
Pulver, Jordon, carpenter. 
Spalsburg, E. & Brother (Edgar and George 

W.), general store. 
Spelsburg, George, physician. 
Tompkins, Nathaniel, justice of the peace. 
Waterman, Joseph E., mason. 
Watkins, Nathan, blacksmith. 
Watkins, William M., justice of the peace. 
Wentworth, Charles, boots and shoes. 
White, A. R., gunsmith. 



LEROY. 

A township in Calhoun county, containing 
the post villages of East Lerov and West 
Leroy, ten miles south of Battle Creek sta- 
tion on the Michigan Central Railroad, 180 
miles west of Detroit. Each village has a 
church. The township contains a general 
store, three saw mills, one flouring nml and 
several mechanics. Population, 1,400. — 
Postmasters — W. H. Vinecore, East Leroy ; 
E. B. Cole, West Leroy, 

TOWNSHIP 0FFI0BR8. 

Supervisor — John Mason. 
Clerk — J. Gala way. 

IaImX of Prof^MWlons, Trades, etc* 

Abbott, Rev. J.C. 

Beach & Co., general store. 

BushneU, Rev. A. W. 

Bushnell, D. N., justice of the peace. 

Bushnell, John, lumber deaJer. 

Chesebrough, L., carpenter. 

Davis, Zenas, blacksmith. 

Fancher, N. H., blacksmith. 

H. Pier k Halt, carpenters. 

Lay & Clerk, carpenters. 

Putnam, Rawson, blacksmith. 

Quick & Paine, saw mill. 

Riley, T. J., general store. 

R. Putnam k Bigelow, saw milL 

Smith & Coats, shoemakers. 

Sprague, Thomas, justice of the peace. 

vinecore, William H., general store, grist 

mill and sawmill. 
Winters, J. & H., coopers. 

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LESLIE. >/ 
A township and post villaffe of Ingham 
county, on the Jackaon, Lannng and Saffi- 
naw Bailroad, 16 miles north of Jackson, 92 
miles from I>etroit and 20 miles south of 
Lansinfl^. It contains a Masonic lodge, a 
Good Templars' lodge, a lodge and encamp- 
ment of Odd Fellows, a large steam flouring 
mill, two steam saw mills, sash, blind ana 
door factory, tannery, church and flourish- 
inff school, about ten stores and two hotels. 
It has a daily mail north and south. Popu- 
lation of village 600 ; entire township 2,000. 
PostmaHer — James Blackmore. 

TOWK8HIP OFFICEB8. 

Supervisor — John D. Woodsworth. 
Clerk — John Burchard. 
LUt of Proftealons, Tmdea, ete. 

Austin, H., ffrooer. 

Barlow, A., harness shop. 

Blackmore A Torrey, general store. 

Burchard, John W., grocer. 

Eaton, WilUam P. & Co., boots and shoes. 

Hahn, A., tanner and currier. 

Haynes, William, dry goods and groceries. 

Johnson, R. E., groceries, produce and pro- 
visions. 

Kincaid & Standish, general store. 

Moody, Q. C, groceries and provisions. 

Piatt, S. L., boots and shoes. 

Reed, Mrs. T. H. & Son, general store. 

Russell, S. O., general store. 

Ryston & Fry, planing mill, sash, doors and 
blinds. 

Spears & Ismon, steam flouring mill. 

litns, James E., cabinet maker. 

Tompkins, William C. & Co., druggists. 

Tyler, C. A. & Co., dry goods and Kroceriee. 

Walker & Covert, storage, forwarding and 
commission. 

Ward, £. & Bro., hardware, stoves and tin 
ware. 



LEXINGTON. 

An incorporated village, and capital of 
Sanilac county, situatea on Lake Huron, 
on the Detroit and Saginaw steamboat line, 
90 miles from Detroit. It contains 800 in- 
habitants/ three churches (Methodist, Epis- 
copal and Baptist), a Jood Templar lode^ 
a lodge and chapter of Masons, a we&- 
ly newspaper (Sanilac Jeffersonian), pub- 
lished bv Nims & Beach, 15 stores, three 
hotels, flouring mill, woolen factory, ma- 
chine shops, etc. Daily mail. PoHinaster 
— H. H. Nims. 

VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

Pr««atfn^— PhiUp L. Wixon. 

Recorder — Jonathan E. Caf^y. 

TretMurer — Samuel Burgess. 

Marshal — Eri Brown. 

7VT«te«#— Nicholas Woltul, Bombard Fox, 
Daniel Huckins, Edward W. Elsworth and 
Clark Hay ward. 



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COUNTT 0FFTCEB8. 

Judge of Probate— Levi L. Wizaon. 
Clerk and .gMfMtor—Sainnel BoigeMb 
TVfowurtfr— Philip L. Wixsoii. 
Prosecuting A^arnM^^John Divine. 
Sheriff—Robert A. Shell. 
Circuit Court Cbm.— Watson BeadL 
Surveyor — Luther D. Mills. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

2>»r«jfe>r— Jonathan E. Cady. 

ifo(2cra<or— Nicholas WolfuL 

Assessor— A, M. Clark. 

Principal of Union School — ^BfisB 
Dixon. 

lAmt of Proftealona, Trades, els. 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM W., drugKi8t,b«i 

seller and examining surgeon for penyriai| 
Bacon, William, wagon maker. 
Brown & Northup (Walter P. Brown ■ 

Myron Northup), physicians and H 

geons. 
Burgess, Samuel, notary public and <M 

veyancer. 
Cady, Loring E., dealer in groceries, proii 

ions, shelf goods, wines, liquors and dga 
Carlton, Che8ter M., teacher of music 
Clark, Arthur M., insurance agent. 
Decker & WoUel (Charles Decker and Nid 

olas Wolfel), flour and grist mill, falliB 

carding and cloth dressing. 
Duthie & Gould (WiUiam Duthie and Ha 

kiah Gould), Lexington foundry and m 

chine shop. 
DIVINE & WIXSON (John IMvine and U 

L. Wixson), attorneys at law. 
Fead, John L., grocer. 
Flanigan, WilUam, saloon. 
Flanigan. Wiliam H., stoves and tin shop 
Fox, Bernard, harness maker. 
Galbraith, Jefferson W., dry goods, boot 

shoes, hats and caps. 
Graham, John, proprietor Franklin Hoxm 
Grice, William M., gunsmith. 
Hadlev, Clark, general store. 
Hale & Clark (J. Warren Hale and Arth 

M. Clark), general store. 
Hicks, Reynolds, grocer, 
Howe, A. D., meat market, and justice 

the peace. 
Howe, Mrs., milliner and dress maker. 
Howley, Jesse S., photograph artist. 
Huckins, Daniel, shoe maker. 
JAMES, AMOS, proprietor Cadillac Hous 
Jenet, Peter, livery. 
Kean, Thomas, saloon. 
Marigold, James, carriage manufactory. 
McKenzio, Giffols & (^o. (Dimcan McKen2 

William J. Giffols and John D. Get 

biiildin/j:. carriage manufacturing a 

paintiiifr- 
Miller & Schnapp (B<»rnaird Miller and i 

drew Schnapp), merchant tailors. 
Morris & Hunt (Edward Morris and Then 

Hunt), wagon and blacksmith shop. 



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& Hayes (Andrew Monroe and Be- 
Hajes), saloon. 

An, Peter, jewelry, books and Tan- 
otions. 

I BEACH (Charles S. Nims and Wat- 
each), attorneys at law. 
lannibal H.. grocer, 
p, Myron, druggist. 
r & Adams (George J. O'Grady and 
lel Adams), general store. 
x)rge T., barber, 
urger, Ernst, shoe maker, 
ames, proprietor Lexington Hotel, 
acob, saloon. 

AC JEFFERSONIAN, Charles S. 
and Watson Beach, editors and pro- 
>rs, 99 Huron ave. 
k, Richard D., furniture manufSeu^ 

S. WILLIAM, boots, shoes, leather, 

, furs, mf^icinos, etc. 

Milo, shoemaker. 

, WELLIXUTON P.. barber shop in 

lac Houi^e. 

i, John, bakery. 

T, Jacob, clotliing, hats and caps. 

ORD, HAYWOOD & CO. (WiUiam 

iflTord, Clark Haywood and Demeline 

r), general wholesale and retail mer- 

;8 and vessel owners. 

Mrs. & Miss, milliners. 

& Lutz (Michael Wolfal and Conrad 

, meat market. 

S & NIMS (John L. Woods and Wil- 

R. Nims), wholesale and retail dealers 

y g(K>d8, clothing, hats, caps, boots, 

* crockery, Iwoks, s ationery, hard- 

. groceries, provisions, iron, nails and 



LEXING-TON. 
vnship in Sanilac county, situated on 
uron, having a population of 1,500, 
re of the village of Lexington. 

LIBERTY. 

wrnship and post village of Jackson 
It has one church (Methodist), two 
nd some mills and mechanic shops. 
;ion of township, 1,100. Semi-weekly 
Postmaster — J. Chapman. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

"visar—S. Holmes. 

— M. E. Palmer. 

mrer — A. VanDeBogart. 

C of Proftosfiloas, Trades, etc. 

mes, blacksmith and wagon maker. 

Wallace W., miller. 

V. S., general store and justice of the 

n, W. A., blacksmith. 
Erastus B., Hour and saw mill. 
IS, Joseph H., mason. 

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Kimball, H. C, physician. 
McConnell, Ghilbert, carpenter. 
Pettennll, S. Q. & W., general store. 
Tuthil^ Burr, carpenter. 

LIMA. 
A township and post village in Washte- 
naw county, situated on the Michigan Cen- 
tral Railroad, 50 miles from Detroit. 

LINCOLN. 
A township and new poet village, the 
capital of Mason county, situated on Lake 
Michigan, 75 miles north of Grand Haven, 
at the mouth of the Little Au Bauble river. 
A portion of the township is heavily tim- 
bered by maple, beach, ash, oak, etc., and 
has a very productive soil. In other por- 
tions, the soil is poorer and the forests 
pine, hemlock, etc. The principal business 
is lumbering. It contains two saw mills, 
one grist miU, three general stores and one 
hotel. Mails four times per week. Popu- 
lation, 500. PoffuMM^er— -Charles Mears. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk and Register — George A. Caswell. 

7V«Mttrer— N. L. Bird. 

ProeeciUing Attorney-— E. E. Benedict. 

Surveyor — William T. Croxson. 

8henff—WmBm Farrell. 
I«Ut of Froftssloiis, Trades, eie. 
Benedict, E. E., lawyer and prosecuting 

attorney. 
Dawson, O. P., carpenter. 
Knox, H. G. & Timothy, lumber manufac- 
turers. 
Knox, Timothy, phvsician. 
Laguire, Peter, blacksmith. 
McGrath. John, hotel. 
Mears, Charles, general store and lumber 

manufacturer. 
Payne, Richard, general store. 
Wood, Thomas H., lumber mantifacturer. 

LINDEN. V 
A post village of Genesee county, near 
the west side of the township of Fenton, on 
the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 55ii]dles 
from Detroit. It contains one Presbyterian 
and one Methodist church, a Masoidc and 
Odd Fellows' lodge, one union school, 
two flouring mills, a saw and plaster mill, 
several stores and various mechanical 
and professional trades. It has a daily 
mail. Population about 500. Poitrntuter-^ 
Charles Brown. 

I«Ut of Proftosaloiiaf Trades, ete. 
Barber, James, grocery and saloon. 
Beach, Joseph, carriage maker. 
Beach & Shout (Allen J. Beach and Jethro 
.Shout), forwarding and commission mer- 
chants. 
BilUngs, Albert, painter. 
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Brown, Charles, drugs, groceries and books. 

Curtis, Alonzo, mercnant tailor. 

Dean, Daniel, wagon maker. * 

Durfee, Aaron B., justice of the peace, nota- 
ry public, insurance agent, and licensed 
conveyancer. 

Fairbanks, James R., crockery and hard- 
ware. 

Ferguson & Brown (Isaac M. Ferguson and 
Isaac Brown), general store. 

Gamber, George F., proprietor Railroad 
House. 

Gardner, Joseph, saw and plaster mill. 

Goff, Marvin H., grocer.' 

Hyatt, I. B. & Co. (Israel B. Hyatt and James 
B. Mosher), general store and flouring 
mill. 

Johnson, John J., grocer. 

Jones, Delos W., bUliard saloon. 

Jones, Elijah, meat market. 

Lobdell, A. B. k Bro. (Amos B. and Thomas 
G.), blacksmiths. 

Mather, Cyrus, physician. 

Middlesworth, Albert, harness maker. 

Miner, Benjamin C, proprietor Linden 
House. 

Perkins, Zelus L., carpenter. 

Perry & Bro. (Thomas and Burton R.), 
blacksmiths. 

Quackenbush, Sylvester, cooper. 

Sadler & Lamb (Seth Sadler and Lorenzo 
Lamb), foundry and machine shop. 

SchuUey, Daniel H. & Co. (Daniel H. Schul- 
ley and Erassus R. Barnes), boots and 
shoes. 

Scrivener, George H., tin shop. 

Shepard, Jonathan, general store. 

Smith, Charles L., jewelry. 

Tickner, Abiram J., cabinet maker and un- 
dertaker. 

White, George, shoemaker. 

LITCHFIELD. J 
A township and post village in Hillsdale 
county, containing three churches, two 
stores, two saw muls, two flour milLs, and 
several mechanic shops. Daily mail. Pop- 
ulation of township 2,000. PoatmasUr—n. 
N. TurreU. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

SupervUor — Stephen Canniff. 
Clerh-J. E. White. 
I«Ui or ProftoMlons, Trades, ete* 

Brown, Anson R., phjrsician. 
Clay, S., cabinet maker. 
Crandall, O. C. hotel. 
Clubine, Rev. J. (Methodist). 
Dugan, John C, cooper. 
Dugan, Wilson, carpenter. 
Fowler, Leonard A., boots and shoes. 
Elwelwell, J., photc^grapher. 
Frost, Rev. D. D. (Congregational). 
Hanford, L., carpenter. 



Hartwick, William, tailor. 

Mochouse, Isaac, carpenter. 

Pettvs, Jonathan, blacksmith. 

Pardee, Charles A., justice of the peMe. 

Pettengill, Rev. (Baptist.) 

Pomeroy, Simeon G., saw milL 

Powers & Co. (D. Powers and D. R Biigg^ 

saw mill. 
Sylvester, C'., harness maker. 
Thornton, Elisha, hardware and justieeof 

the peace. 
Vanderwater, Isaac blacksmith. 
Toung, Mrs. M., milliner. 

LHTLE PRAIRIE RONDE 
A small post village of Caas oolintTfintk 
township of Ottawa. It has two cnurckes. 
a tannery, general store, hotel and floniiog 
mill. Difi^nt from Detroit 167 mika 
Poj^fikMter— Richard J. Hayek. 



LITTLE TRAVERSE. 
A township and post village in Emmet 
county, and the county seat of the same, 
situated south of Little Traverse Bay,oo 
the steamboat route from Detroit toChicigo, 
225 miles from Detroit, by water. Po^ 
mtufter — Richard Cooper. 

LIVONIA CENTRE. 
A post village in the township of Livonia. 
Wayne county, situated on the Pljmoatb 
plank road, 18 miles ^m Detroit. 

LOCKE. 
A township and post office of Ingham 
county, 70 miles north-west from Detroit. 



LOCKPORT. 

A township and small village in St. Jo 
seph county. {See Three RwerM^ 

LONDON. 
A township and post office of Monroe 
county, having a population of 900. 

LOOMISVILLE. 
A post office of Kent county, in the town- 
ship of Walker, on the Detroit and Milwaa- ^ 
kee Railroad, 163 miles north-weet from 
Detroit. 



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I LOWELL. 
An incorporated post village and town- 
ship of Kent county, situated at the conflu- 
ence of the Grand and Flat Rivers, on the 
Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad, 189 miles 
north-west of Detroit. It is a thriving 
town with a rapidly increasing trade, but is 
perha]>8 noted more as a manufacturing 
town than for any thing else. The flouring 
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the very beet in the State. It has also an 
extensive woolen factory, two carriage man- 
ufactories, several saw mills, an iron foundry 
and an extensive chair factory. It has also 
two hovels, twelve stores, three churches 
and an excellent union school. Daily mail. 
Population of village, 1,200 ; township, 
entire, 1,800. Postmoiter—CiMk M. Dev- 
endorf. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICBRS. 

Sttpervisor — A. M. Ellsworth. 
Clerh—T. J. Slayton. 
Treasurer— ^Bik M. Devendorf. 

YILLAOE OFFICERS. 

Prmdent — Arvine Peck. 

Recorder — Francis King. 

Marthal — Robert Marshall. 

TVustess — Robert Hunter, Jr., Charles R. 
Hine, Sylvester Brower, Almon M. Ells- 
-worth, Clark M. Devendorf. 

BOABD OF EDUCATION. 

Moderator — Ephraim S. Hooker. 
Director — Danforth L. Eaton. 
AaesBor — Martin N. Hine. 
Truitee»—\Vma.m W. Hatch, John Wil- 
son, John Taylor. 

Principal Union 5bA<?<?^— Elihu Walling. 

lAmt of ProftosslonSf Trades, etc. 

Avery & Johnson (E. W. Avery and Morris 
Jonnson), planing mill and eave trough 
factory, Monroe. 

Avery, Homer W., painter, Bridge. 

Baker, Rev. A. W. (Baptist). 

Balcom, J. B., physician and dentist. Bridge. 

Barber, W. & M., groceries, Yankee notions, 
and boots and shoes. 

Barbin, R., blacksmith. 

Bills, C. S., blacksmith and livery stable, 
Monroe. 

Blaisdell, W. R., hardware, stoves and tin 
ware. 

Blass & Strang (C. Blass and Strang), 

lumber dealers. 

Boyce & Van Deusen (William Boyce and 
Chauncey Van Deusen), edge tool manu- 
factory, Bridge. 

Buckley, P. B., carpenter and builder. 

Carr k Skinner (J. Carr and Frank Skinner), 
bakery, billiard saloon and dining rooms, 
Monroe. 

Chapman, E. A., photograph artist. Bridge. 

Clark, H. II., general insurance agent, 
office with Hatch & Craw, Bridge. 

Clark & Johnson (C. A. Clark and W. B. 
Johnson), woolen manufacturers. 

Curtis, Session P., justice of the peace. 

Devendorf, Clark M., bookseller and sta- 
tioner. 

Eddie, James, physician, Bridge. 

Ellsworth, Almon N., physician, Bridge. 

Faengar, C. Julius, saloon, Bridge. 

Fox, P. W.^& Co., flouring mill. 

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Giles & Driscoll (John Giles and Daniel 
DriscoU), groceries and provisions, cor. 
Bridge and Monroe. 

Hatch & Craw (WUliam W. Hatch 
and Edwin R. Craw), proprietors of For- 
est Mills, and dealera in flour, grain and 
plaster. Bridge. 

Henderson, Fielding, barber. Bridge. 

Hine, Charles R., druggist and grocer. 

Hine, Congdon & Co. (Martin Hine, Giles S. 
Congdon and Charles T. Wooding), diy 
goods, clothing, boots and shoes. Bridge. 

Hiler, Milo, jeweler. Bridge. 

Howes, D. D., general store. Bridge. 

Howk & Hunt (A. J. Howk and J. S. Hunt), 
boots and shoes, Bridge. 

Huggins & Co. (John and George), meat 
market, Bridge. 

Hunter, Edgar B., blacksmith, Monroe. 

Hunt, Wood k Vinton (S. Hunt, J. H. 
Wood and H. H. Vinton), general store, 
Main. 

Hunt & Hunter (L. H. Hunt and A. P. Hun- 
ter), druggists and grocera, Bridge. 

Husted, Noah P., insurance agent and pro- 
prietor of Grand River Nurseries. 

Kapf, John, saw ndll and chair factory, 
near depot. 

Kapf, J. & Co. (J. Kapf and WiUiam Kaum- 
son), furniture, Bridge. 

King & Amphlett (Francis King and Joseph 
W. Amphlett), carriage makers, Bridge. 

Kerekus, M. B., painter. 

King, Francis, hardware. Bridge. 

Klummp, William, saloon, Bridge. 

Knapp k Tucker (Stephen B. Knapp and E. 
W. Tucker), saw mill. 

Lee & Blodgett (Edmund Lee, Jr., and M. 
R. Blodgett), general store. Bridge. 

Look, J. Q. & Co. (J. Q. Look and D. L. 
Eaton), druggists, Main. 

Lovejoy, James, groceries and provisions. 
Bridge. 

LOWELL NATIONAL BANK, William 
W. Hatch, prcHdent; E. J. Booth, tice 
preeident; James W. Norton, cashier, 

Malcom, Isaac, physician. 

Mathewson, John M., lawyer, Bridge. 

McCabe & Parker (John F. McCabe and 
George W. Parker), grocera, and wool, 
grain and produce dealen. River. 

MdOarty & Guest (Nathan McCarty and R. 
Guest), groceries and provisions, Bridge. 

Meddler, Worden J., groceries and provis- 
ions, boots and shoes. Bridge. 

Moe, Robert B. & Co., harness makera, 
Bridge. 

Merriman, C. G., justice of the peace. 

Moore, C. T., groceries and clothing. Bridge. 

Morris, J. D., news depot, stationery and 
books. Bridge. 

Morris, Webster, editor and publisher 
of Lowell Jovmal, Kiver. 

Mount, Rev. Nathan (Methodist). 

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Nelson, Theodore, proprietor of Franklin 

House and deputy sheriff. 
Peck, Alvine, physician. Bridge. 
Peck, H. B., dentist. Bridge. 
Perry, Charles R., physician, Bridge. 
Potter, W. T., propr. of LoweU House, 

Bridge. 
Pullen, William, merchant tailor and cloth- 
ing. Bridge, cor. Monroe. 
Purple, Miss Martha N., physician (eclectic). 
Reese, Ralph, dry goods, clothing, boots and 

shoes, Bridge. 
Robinson, John W., worsted spinner. 
Ryan, Daniel, dining room, near depot. 
Shaw, McDole, justice of the peace. 
Shear, John B., groceries, crockery and 

glassware, Bridge. 
Shepard, Horace, lumber dealer. 
Slay ton & Perry (Thomas J. Slayton and 

Milton M. Perry), lawyers and insurance 

agents, Bridge. 
Stevens, James W., justice of the peace. 
Stone, C. G. & Co. (C. G. and N. A.), general 

store. Bridge. 
Tate Brothers (Thomas, Alfred and John), 

livery stable, Monroe. 
Warwick, Mrs. Ann, dress maker. Bridge. 
West & Scott (J. C. West and J. C. Scott), 

hardware, stoves and tin ware, Bridge. 
White & Graham (J. N. White and Robert 

W. Graham), boots and shoes, clothing, 

hats, caps and furnishing goods, Bridge. 
Wilson, J., blacksmith. 
Touny, y. D., groceries, provisions and 

Yankee notions. 



LUDING-TON. 

A post village of Mason county (formerly 
Pere Marquette), situated on Lake Michi- 
gan, 200 miles north-west from Detroit, 165 
miles north-east from Chicago, aud 73 miles 
north of Grand Haven, the nearest shipping 
point. It is surrounded by heavily wooded 
country having rich soil. It contains two 
Methodist churches, three stores, one steam 
saw mill and one hotel. Population, 300. 
Four mails per week. Postmaster — David 
A. Melendy. 

lilst of ProftoMlonst Trades, etc. 

Donahue, P. M., saw mill and lumber 
dealer. 

Foster, , lumber dealer. 

Grats, S. C, saw mill and lumber dealer. 

Ludington, James, general store and lum- 
ber manufacturer. 



LYNN. 
A township and post office of St. Clair 
county, 60 miles north from Detroit. It con- 
tains a total population of 800, mostly de 
voted to farming and lumbering. Postmas- 
ter — William Green. 



LYONS. 
An incorporated post villaffe of lonii 
county, on Grand river, oppoute the poit 
village' of Muir, and one mne fhnn the De- 
troit & MUwaukee Rtairoad. ItisldOmilei 
Arom Detroit, and six miles ftom Ionia, iht 
county seat. It has three churches, a lodge 
each of Masons and Good Templara, a wool- 
en factory, several mills, stores and TWArfufcnin 
shops. Daily mail. Population, 800. Poit- 
master — Marvin F. Baker. 

YILLAGB 0FFICKB8. 

President— T)orxiB M. Fox. 

(7fer*— Marvin F. Baker. 

Treasurer — Wm. C. Hawley. 

Marshal— Wtaxer Halstead. 

Trustees — Alexander Mi^arlan, Jr., Hsoiy 
Hitchcock, Wm. C. Hawley, Qec^ge B. Is- 
ham, Jonathan A. Sprague, Beth C. Moffiit. 

BOABD OF EDUCATION. 

Director — Simeon Mortimer. 
Moderator — ^Marvin F. Baker. 
Assessor — Robert Carter. 
Principal Union Sehoot- Andjeew J, Croeby. 

80CIBTIB8. 

Lyons Lodge No. 87, F. and A. if .—Meets 
Monday evening, on or before fall moon of 
each month. 

Lyons Lodge, No, 357, /. 0. of O, 21— 
Meets Tuesday evening of each week, in 
Town Hall. 

CHURCHES. 

^op^wf^— Elizabeth street. Rev. J. G. Port^ 
man, pastor, 

Methodist— Eajst Water street, Rev. Wm. 
Colby, pastor. 

Episcopal— ^/Qy, Brown, rector, 
lilac of Prolbsalona, Trades, ete. 
Baker, marvln F., book and news 

dealer. 
Barnard, Winfield S.. harness maker. 
Bums, Robert P., meat market. 
Button, A., lawyer. 

Cooper, John, prop. Lyons Exchange Hotel. 
Coles, William H., boots and e^oes. 
Coolidge, Seneca P., harness maker. 
Fox, Dorus M., steam flouring mill. 
Ferris, Marvin, foundry and turner. 
Halstead & Co. (Walter Haktead and John 

Broad), general store. 
Hall, Miss Mary M., millinery and fiuicy 

goods. 
Hagadorn, Johnson W., physician. 
Harding, William C, grocer and harness 

shop. 
Hosmer, Arthur L., watch maker. 
Ingalls & Hickox, saw mill. 
Isham, George B., hardware, stoves and tin- 
ware. 
Kountz, Michael, barber. 
Libhart, Henry V., machine shop and saw 

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Liittlefield, John C, InBorance agent. 

McFarlane, A. & Co. (Alexander and Alex- 
ander, Jr.). general store. 

Mortimer, Simeon, blacksmith. 

Parks, , cabinet maker. 

Pennington A Bumf (William D. 
Pennington and James W. Boms), fnmi- 
tore dealers. 

Banker, Henry, shoe maker. 

Roof, Albert K., lawyer. 

Roof & Hawlej, plaster mill. 

Rosenthal, George, general store. 

Scott, Samuel S.j attorney and coan- 
sellor at law. 

Shaw & Co. (John F. Shaw and Franklin 
Borghdorff), bilUard saloon. 

Sherman, M., blacksmith. 

Shultes & Hizer (Levi Shultes and Lyman 
Hizer), wooden bowl factory. 

Spauldlng, David €., physician and 
surgeon. 

intone A Hendrick (Allen Stone and G. 
A. Uendrick), druggists and general store. 

Toan, John, lawyer. 

Trefry, G. & A. (Gabriel and Avery), dry 
fi^oods and CTOceries. 

ward, Albert S., harness maker. 

Waterman & Co. (Calvin J. Waterman, Wil- 
Ham C. Hawley and Loren Harvey), wood- 
en bowl factory. 

Webber A Staley (Samuel W. Webber 
and William A. Staley), general store. 

LYONS. 

A township of Ionia county, conti^ining 
an incorporated village of the same name, 
and also the post village of Muir. Super- 
rw<?r— William H. Woodruff. 



MACKINAC. 

The county seat of Mackinaw county, sit- 
uated on an island near the Straits of Mac- 
kinaw. Fort Mackinac, a military post of 
the United States, is situated on a rocky 
eminence, 150 feet above the lake, com- 
manding a fine view of the lake and sur- 
rounding country. Mackinac has an excel- 
lent haroor, and is a fashionable summer re- 
sort. It contains the county buildings, two 
churches, several stores, hotels, mills 
and shops. Population, 500. Postmcuter — 
J. Lasley. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — J. Lasley. 
Clerk — Thomas Chambers. 
lyeasurer—GiiOTgo Wendell. 
I«Ut of ProfeMlons, Trades^ etc. 

Allard, Simon, blacksmith. 
Bailey & Scoville, general store. 
Becker, John, ppopr. Mackinaw House. 
Becker, John, register of deeds. 
Biddle, John, county clerk. 
Bromilow, Bates & Co., general store. 

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Chambers, Thomas, grocer. 

Chapman, Bela, justice. 

Couchoise, John R, carpenter. 

Egnew, E. R., propr. McLeod House. 

Frank, Edward A., propr. Mission House. 

Franks, Edward A., justice of the peace. 

Fenton & Wendell, general store. 

Garv, Matthew, jusUce of the peace. 

Hulbert, W. C, general store. 

Lyons, Charles, carpenter. 

Murray, Domlnick, grocer. 

Nichob, Joseph E., general st^re. 

Overalls, King W., grocer. 

Rappan, Moses, blaoLsmith. 

Van Allen, Henry, hotel (Richmond House). 

Wendell, William W., general store. 

MACOMB. 

A township and post office in the central 
part of Macomb oountv. intersected by the 
north branch of the Clinton river, and by 
Middle creek, the Detroit section of the 
Grand Trunk Railroad passing through the 
south-eastern comer. It contains 1,SOO in- 
habitants. 



MACON. 

A township and post office of Lenawee 
county, containing a population of 1,600. A 
post office called Lake Ridge is also located 
in this township. 



MADISON. 
A township in Lenawee county, contain- 
ing 1,700 inhabitants. It is watered by the 
south branch of the river Raisin, and is in- 
tersected by the Michigan Southern Rail- 
road. Post office Adrian. Supervisor — John 
R. Clark. 

Itlmt or ProftoMlons* Trmdes, etc* 
BRADISH, NELSON, resident farmer. 
Carpenter, Benjamin, saw mill. 
Carter, Nicholas, boot and shoe maker. 
DENISON, JOSEPH B., farmer. 
VanNatten, William, blacksmith. 

MANCHESTER. >/ 

A township and post village of Washte- 
new county, on the Jackson branch of the 
Michigan Southern Railroad, 22 miles from 
Adriau, and the same distance from Jackson, 
54 miles from Detroit, and 245 from Chicago. 
The village has a Presbyterian, Baptist, 
Methodist and Universalist church, several 
schools, one hotel, one woolen factory, seven 
general stores, two hardware stores, several 
mills, mechanic shops, etc. Goods are ship- 
ped by Michigan Southern Railroad. Popu- 
lation. 2,000. Two mails are received each 
day. Postmaster — Chauncey Walbridge. 

I«lst of ProftoMlons, Trades, etc* 
Baxter, William, grocer, 
Bessac, William H., general store. 

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Bloflfler, . flouring mill. 

Brown, George, floumig mill. 

Brown, William & Co., general store. 

Carr, E^jah, dry goods, groceries, etc. 

Case & Coon, hardware. 

Case, Albert, brick yard and dder mill. 

Case, Talmace, machinist, fanning mill and 
safe manoflEkcturer. 

Clark & Graves, hardware. 

Clarkson, J. J. & I. L. (John J. and Isaac L.), 
general store. 

Conklin, E., propr. Manchester Hotel. 

Coonrad, , grocery and saloon. 

Decker, Richara, cooper. 

Dodge, Hiram, furniture dealer. 

Field, John, founder and machinist. 

Goodyear, Munson, justice of the peace. 

Gordon, Rev. Jones I. (Presbyterian). 

Granger, Newman, brewery. 

Hammond, Seymour, cooper. 

Hayden & Brother, general store. 

Hay, Hiram, cooper. 

Hendershot, James, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

Hoy, George W., carpenter, and saw mill. 

Hutchins, George, fruit dealer. 

Lynch, , physician. 

Millen, PhiloB., blacksmith. 

Mongler, , physician. 

Morey, Levi, livenr stable 

Moulton, Horace, blacksmith. 

Polhemas, Abram, boots and shoes and gene- 
ral store. 

Parter, Byron, woolen factory. 

Reasner, , physician. 

Reynolds, James S., flouring mill and grain 
and wool dealer. 

Root, Bennett F., physician. 

Scott, Rev. (Methodist). 

Sherwood & Co., billiard saloon. 

Stowel, William S., dentist and cabinet 
maker. 

Taylor, Ashor, saw mill. 

Unterkercher, George, tannery, 

Van Duyn & Lynch, druggists and book- 
sellers. 

Vreeland, Peter C. & Son, blacksmiths. 

Winner, Charles, saloon. 



MANISTEE. 
The county scat of Manistee county is lo- 
cated between Lake Michigan and Lake 
Manistee. It has a population of 1,100, 
with ten saw mills, eleven stores, two 
churches, an excellent union school house 
and several factories and mechanic shoos. 
It has nine docks, a weekly newspaper (the 
Manistee Oazette. R. R. Rice, publisher), and 
is said to ship 60,000,000 feet of lumber an- 
nually. A propeller plies regularly between 
this ])ort and MilwauKee. The soil and cli- 
mate are admirably adapted to fruit grow- 
ing. Peaches, pears and grapes seldom 
fail here, and many are turning their atten- 



tion to frnit growing. An appropriatkm of 
$10,000 has recently been noLmde fior a light 
house at this poliit. Po§tma§ier L. & 

Ellis. 

T0WH8HIP OmCBBS. 

8upervi$or~-Ij, S. Ellis. 

C^A;— Hooker Ellis. 

Treasurer-^A, C. Sherwood. 

School Ifupeetor^—T. J. Ramnddl, L. & 

Ellis. 

I«lst or ProfBMlona, Timdaa, etc* 

Bates, Prof., mtisic teacher. 

Beard, D. F., carpenter. 

Bouman, Otie, meat market. 

Beauman, Mrs., milliner. 

Brinkman, C. F., tailor. 

Brown, Bernard, boots and shoes. 

Burhen. N., carpenter. 

Bullis, G. W., lawyer. 

Canfiold Brothers, saw mill. 

Canfieid & Shreeley, saw milL 

Canfield & Magell, saw mill. 

Conover, S. S., harness and boots and shoea 

Eaton, E. D., carpenter. 

Ellis, L. S., physician. 

Ellis, L. S., general store. 

Engleman, N., general store and saw mill 

Fay, Michael, hotel. 

Filer Brothers, general store and saw mill. 

Forward, L. A., caipenter. 

Green, H. N., Brother & Co., general store 
and saw mill. 

Green. Rev. H. N. (Methodist). 

Grandijohn, N. C, general store. 

Herbert & Stevens, general store. 

Hadsell, John, millwright. 

Hogan, P., hotel. 

Kendall, W. S., carpenter. 

Lucas, Jacob, barber. 

McKee & Ck)., flour mill. 

Norman, S., carpenter. 

Paggeot & Magnan, general store and ssw 
mill. 

Porter & Co., General store and saw mill. 

Ramsdell, T. J., lawyer. 

Ramsdell, T. J. & Co., tannery and ssw mill. 

Ramsdell Brothers, hardware. 

Risden, R. M., surveyor. 

Rice, Robert R., publisher of Maniitee Ga- 
zette, 

Schneider, Casimr, shoe store. 

Secor & Nicholson, store and meat market. 

Secor & Canfield, general store. 

Sherwood, A. C, carpenter. 

Shannon, James, hotel. 

Shurley, E., physician. 

Sibbins & McKee, planing mill. 

Timonv & Co., wagon makers and black- 
smiths. 

Thurber, R. P., architect. 

Tyson, M. S. & Co., general store and saw 
mill. 

Vahue, John M., merchant. 

Whiddon, W. H., photographer. 



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MANLIUS. 
A township and poet office in the western 
part of the county of Allegan, intersected by 
the Kalamazoo river. The village is situ- 
ated on Mann's creek, 16 miles by the stage 
route from Allegan, the capital of the coun- 
ty, and 185 miles from Detroit. 

MAPLE^ROVE. 
A townsliip of Barry county, having a 
post office of the same name, 15 miles north 
from Battle Creek, and 130 miles west from 
Detroit. Population, 900. 

MAPLE GROVE. 
A township of Ontonagon county, contain- 
ing a small mining village of the same 
name, and the post village of Greenland. 

MAPLE RAPIDS. 
A post village in the township of Essex, 
Clinton county, on Maple river, 110 miles 
west from Detroit. 



MARENGO. 

A township and post village in Calhoun 
county. The village is situated on the 
Michigan Central Itulroad, 101 miles from 
Detroit. 



MARCELLUS. 
A township and post office of Cass county. 
Nearest shipping point, Decatur, on the 
Michigan Central Kailroad. The township 
contains five churches, four saw mills and 
numerous mechanics' shops. Population, 
dOO. Postmaster— Moses E. Messenger. 

TOWNSHIP OFPICEKS. 

Supervisor — John C. Bradt. 
Clerk— O. O. Vose. 
Treasurer — W. O. Mathews. 

IaImX orProftosslona, Trades, etc. 

Arnold, John, cooper. 

Barney, Mrs., milliner. 

Bly, Henry W., justice of the peace. 

Groce, J., lumber dealer. 

Hall, Rev. Oscar F. (Disciple). 

Huyck, Abijah, c:)oper and lumber dealer. 

Huyck, Norman, cooper. 

Lewis, Rev. J. (Methodist). 

Manning, John, druggist. 

Messenger, Moses E., carriage maker. 

Morrison, J., blacksmith. 

Mowry, Jacob, mason. 

McKeeoy, W., blacksmith. 

Newell, Morris I., cari)enter. 

Nottingham, H., merchant. 

Ohls, Henry J., carpenter. 

Palmer, William, lumber dealer. 

Poorman, H. W., blacksmith. 

Robison, J., lumber dealer. 

Skinner, J. R., cooper. 

Sheffield, J. M., justice of the i^eace. 

Tiegal, J., blacksmith. 

Udall, Liberty, boots and shoes. 

Wilson, E. A., lural>cr dealer. 

Wilson, J., sorghum manufacturer. 

Wolf, William L., cooper. 

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MARINE CITY. 
Formerly called Newport, an incorporated 
post village, situated in the township of 
Cottrellville, St. Clair county, on the St. 
Clair River, 50 miles north-east of Detroit. 
The village contains four churches (Meth- 
odist, Lutheran, Episcopal and Catholic), 
one lodge of Masons, one Odd Fellows and 
one of (iood Templars, nine general stores, 
three steam saw mills, two flouring mills, 
one stave factory, one tannery, one shingle, 
saah and blind factory, one brewery, two 
hotels, four ship yards, a number of me- 
chanics' shops, etc. Population about 
1,500. A daily mail is received. Postmaster 
— Calvin A. Blood. 

Vn.LAGE OFFICERS. 

President — Valentine A. Saph. 

C?«r^— Nathan S. Boynton. 

Treasurer — CaUin A. Blood. 

Marshal — Robert P. Durling. 

Trustees — George F. Rogers, Frederick 
Zimmerman, George W. Johnson, Robert 
R. McNiff, John Darnoff, Moses Rogers. 

List of ProltessloQS, Trades, ete. 

Academy, Miss Emily Ward, principal. 

Adams, Chester, steam saw mill. 

Alger, Martin, blncksmith. 

Alldinger, Jt»hn, boot and shoe maker. 

Anderson, William, paint<?r. 

Arnold, Thomas, ship builder. 

Backus, James W., books, drugs, boots and 
shoes. 

Baird, William, propr. wood dock. 

Baker, Simons, wagon maker. 

Blood, Calvin A., general store and wood 
dock. 

BOYNTON, NATHAN S.. livery, and claim 
agent. 

Brake, Jonathan, blacksmith. 

Braucr, Augustus, tannery. 

Brown, James D., deputy collector, Port 
Huron Dist. 

Buttironi. Henrv, general store. 

CLOUGH, ANSEL B., dealer in drugs, 
groceries, crockery, glass-ware, wall paper, 
etc. Fargo's express agent ; agent for 
river line steamers, and Florence sewing 
machines, also, steamboat landing. 

Cottrell, Ixjwis C, general store. 

Darnoff, John, ship carpenter. 

Donaldson. Sylvester, justice of the peace. 

Drewe, Wilheim, merchant tailor. 

Drummond, James A., tin shop. 

Fredericks, Andrew, meat market. 

Fowles, John, shingles, sash and blinds, and 
plaining mill. 
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GaDaher, James and Mathew, general 

store. 
Gallagher & Kern (James Gallagher and 

Fr^erick Kern), general store. 
Gallagher & Tremain (David Gallagher and 

WarreQ Tremain), general store, steam 

saw mill and ship yard. 
Gaylord, Mrs. Snsan A., milliner. 
Graves, Jonathan, Union Hotel. 
Griswold, Oeorce W., physician. 
Guyo, Albert, ship carpenter. 
Hart, Daniel F., justice of the peace. 
Harsen, Henry, hotel (Newport Exchange). 
Hiffby, Miss Mary, principal Upper District 

School. 
Hill, Warren G., photograph artist. 
Hisler, Joseph, carpenter. 
Horton, Benjamin S., commission broker. 
Huntoon, Edward P., mason. 
Johnson, George W., ship carpenter. 
Joni*s, George F., grocer. 
Kean, Patsey, ship yard and steam grist 

mill. 
Kelley, William, ship yard. 
Kittlcr, Simon, meat market and bakery. 
Klemens, C, wagtm maker. 
Kreider, Peter, cabinet maker. 
Lambert, Kev. A. J., (Catholic). 
Love, Adams, grocer. 
Longer, Francis, saloon. 
Langul, George, ship carpenter. 
Lester, David, ship builder. 
Lester, Philander, ship builder. 
Marshal, James, brewery. 
Mans, John, saloon and grocery. 
Mans, Lucas, asherj'. 
McDonald, Patrick, general store. 
McNiff, Robert R., gn>ceries and provisions. 
McDole, David, ship builder. 
Morrell & Luflf (Ferdinand Morrell and 

Joseph Luff), ship yard. 
Morrell, Ferdinand, steam saw mill and 

stave factory. 
Morse, Daniel, painter. 
Neuman, Frederick, grocery, saloon and 

shoo shop. 
Osterhaus, Miss Jane, teacher Ijower District 

SchtKil. 
Parker, Leonard B., physician. 
Peel, Mrs. H. A., milliner. 
Prlchard, Rev. Joseph B. (Episcopal). 
Bobbins, Benjamin, 8al(X)n. 
Robertson, Jaines, carpenter. 
Rogers, John W., ship carpenter. 
Rogers, James, ship carpenter. 
Rutledge, Thomas, billiard saloon. 
SAPH, VALENTINE A., conveyancer and 

justice of the peace. 
Seik6n, Jacob, blacksmith. 
Sherwin, George, ship carpenter. 
Shulte, Henry & Brother (Henry and Her- 
man), grocery and saloon. 
Spinks, George, boot and shoe maker and 

grocer. 



Stanberg & Moees (Isaac Stanbei^ aod 

Simeon MosesY, general store. 
VanSlambrook, Edwajd, hamew mAker. 
Venning, Rev. James (Methodist). 
Wanless, William, ship carpenter. 
Wesbrook, Aaron G., general store, floariog 

mill and livery. 
Wesbrook, Ebenezer, lawyer. 
Wing, John, boot and shoe faaker. 
Zimmermaun, Frederick, ship carpenter. 

MARION. 

A township in Sanilac county. 

MARION. 
A township of Livingston county, on the 
Howell and Ann Arbor stage route. Dii- 
tance from Detroit, 50 miles. 



MARQUETTE. 
A township in Marquette county, em- 
bracing the incorporated poet Tillage of 
Marquette. The township is noted for the 
productiveness of it« minerals, especially of 
iron. 



MARQUETTE. 
An important post village, the coontr 
seat of the county of the same name, situ- 
ated on Lake Suixirior, at the eastern term- 
inus of the Marquette and Ontonagon Rail- 
road. It is the shipping point of the iron 
region of Lake Superior, and embraces tn 
area of 80 square miles. It contains ei- 
tensive blast furnaces and machine shops. 
It has five churches, two hotels, a U. S. 
land offic4% two weekly newspapers, the 
Lake Sui)erior Journal and the Lake Supe- 
rior Neirs and ecveral stores, shops, mana- 
factories, and professional men. Population, 
2.000 nearly. Has four mails a weea. Pott- 
master — Terrence Moore. 

liUt' of ProfDMlons, Tradea, etc* 
Allen. M. A. & 0>.. commission and for 

waniing merchants. 
Buckley, William & Co., boots and shoes. 
Burt Brothers, dry goods and clothing. 
Campbell, W. F. & Co., dry goods and clo- 
thing. 
Cawthorn. W. B., jeweller. 
Coles, William & Bro., meat market. 
Earl. Machts & Co., groceries and furniture. 
Enright & Siwncer, saddlers. 
Evcretts. P. M., banker, 
(iilletts, B., drj' goods, clothing and groee^ 

ries. 
Glasser, Rohl, clothing. 
Himburg. F. W., merchant tailor. 
HopkiuH. H. J. & Co., groceries and furni- 
ture. 
Hurii-y, T. T.. Baddler. 
Mather, II. U. & Co.. liquor merchants. 
Maynartl, M. H., lawyer. 



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Moon, T., book and news dealer. 
Morrison. C, sboe store. 
Murray & Robblns. general store. 
Saxton, H. C, groceries, provisions and 

liquors. 
Smith, W. C, physician. 
Smith, H. D., lawyer. 
Stafford, H. H., drug and book store. 
'Watson, J. W. "& Son. general store. 
Wetmore & Brother, general store. 
Wilkinson, J. M., lawyer. 
"Woolnough, J. H., jeweler. 

MARSHALL. 

A township of Calhoun county, contain- 
ing the incorporated city of the same name, 
and also the small post village of Ceresco. 
It is watered by Kalamazoo River and Rice 
Creek. Population, exclusive of the city, 
1,000. 8upervisorT-l>a'niei Woolsey. 



MARSHALL. 
An incorporated city, the county seat of 
Calhoun county, situated on the Michigan 
Central Railroad, at the junction of Kalama- 
zoo River with Rice Creek. It is the cen- 
tral station on the Michigan Central Railroad 
and contains the extensive engine houses 
and repair shops of the company. It is also 
the ** dinner " station of the road, and sus- 
tains an excellent reputation among trav- 
elers in this regard. The city was first set 
tied in 1831, by George Kitchum, of Roches- 
ter, N. Y., and the county swat was located 
here the same year. The city was incorpo- 
rated in 1859. It now contains churchs, a 
onion school with three branches, three 
hotels, three flour mills, two iron foundries 
a machine shops, a Masonic lodge and 
Chapter, an Od i Fellows' lodge, an agri- 
cultural society, five banking houses, a pot- 
tery, about 50 stores, and many trades and 
professions. It is 107 miles west from 
betroit, and 177 miles east from Chicago. 
It contains a population of 5,000. Post- 
moJtter — Seth Lewis. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — J. D. Wooley. 

Recorder — U. S. Qeer. 

Treasurer — Edwin Cronin. 

MarshaU—i oXxvi Laberteaux. 

Alderman — \8t Ward — Augustus O. Hyde, 
Frank P. Beach M Ward—S^Xh. N. Coons, 
Frank W. Dickey. M TFarrf— James R. 
Ferguson, Amos Wilson. Ath Ward — 
Micnaol Harrigan, Philip Kuchle, 

BOARD OF EDCCATION. 

Moderator — George Ingersoll. 

Director — John T. Vernor, Jr. 

Truitte^s—S. 8. Lacv, Cliarles T. Gorham, 
L. G. Noyes. C. P. Dibble. 

Union ScJiool — Green street, primary 
branches on East and West Mansion streets, 

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and on Capitol Hill. Pri7W?tpaZ— Walter S. 
Perry. 

80CIETIBS. 

Calhoun County Agricultural Society — 
Annual fairs are held at Marshall in Octo- 
ber. Annual meeting for election of officers 
first week in January. Charles P. Dibble, 
president ; James Parsons, secretary.; C. T. 
Gorham, treasurer. 

St. Albans Lodge, No. 2, F. db A. M — 
Meets Friday on or before full moon at 
Masonic Hall, Main street. 

Lafayette Chapter, No 4, F. A A. M.— 
Meets Wednesdays on or before full moon, 
at Masonic Hall. 

Peninsular Lodge, No. 5, /. 0. of 0. F.— 
Meets every Wednesday evening at Odd 
Fellows' Hall, Dibble block. 

CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — State street, Rev. Living- 
ston Willard, pastor. 

Baptist-— 8ta,te street, Rev. C. B. Po«t, 
pastor. 

Methodist — Green street. Rev. H. M. Joy, 
pastor. 

Christian — Comer Kalamazoo and Hano- 
ver streets. 

Catholic — Corner Green and Eagle streets. 
Rev. P. C. Koopman, pastor. 

Episcopal — Mansion street. Rev. Samael 
C. Chapin, rector. 

New Church — Division street, 

Lutheran Reformed Church {German) — 
Comer Green and Eagle streets, F. F. Hen- 
nekee, pastor. 

PUBLIC HALLS. 

Hemdon Hall — Main street. 
Faecy HaU — Court House Square. 
Firemen's HaU — Main street. 
Masonic Hall — Main street. 
Odd Fellows' iJa«— Dibble's block. Main 
street. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Democratic Expounder— (Weekly) 
published every Thursday, by Chastain 
Mann, cor. Main and Madison streets. 
(Democratic.) 

The Marshall Statesman— (Weekly) pub- 
lished every Wednesday, by Bissell & Bur- 
gess, proprietors, in Dibble block, Main 
street. (Republican). 

lilst of ProDDsslons, Trades, etc. 

Abbott, Charles, blacksmith,^Exchange. 
Adams & Bro. (Philo and * David), livery 

stable, Madison. 
Adams, William D., lawyer, cor. State and 

Eagle. 
Adams Sic Co. (John Adams and George 

Ruhland), machinists and tonnders, 

Marshall ave. 
Albauch, James B., pump factory, Jefferson. 
Anderson, Thomas W., physician, State. 

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Ander!}on, James, sewing machine agent, 

State. 
Amdts, Charles, saloon, State. 
Bagley & Sons, homcBopathic physicians, 

Madison. 
Bailey & Church (M. Bailey and W. 

B. Church), druggists. State. 
Barrett & Mead (George S. Barrett and W. 

B. Mead), painters, Eagle. 
Bayha, Conrad, saloon, Stat«. 
Bissell & Burgess (B. B. Bisscll and F. H. 

Burges.s), publishers of Statesmnn, Main. 
Bliss, Lyman, chair maker. State. 
Blake & Donoven (.indrew Blake and James 

Donover). grocers. State. 
Bolfing, Thomas, Central Brewery, Hart. 
Browen, Chauncey M., general store. State. 
Brown, A. W., news depot and fancy goods, 

State. 
Brown, William H., lawyer. State. 
Buck, William L., bakery, confectionary and 

groceries. State. 
Burpee, S. J., hardware, State. 
Butler & (V). (Abram G. and Edward), bank- 
ers and w(X)l dealers, State. 
Campbell, T. II., jeweler, cor. State and 

Madison. 
Card, T., grocer. State. 
Church, Enos, physician, cor. Exchange and 

Main. 
Church, Ennis, saw mill. 
Church, Nelson, sash factory, planing mill 

and lumber yard, cor. Jefferson and Hart. 
Church, 1¥. B., physician. State. 
Clark, John IT., barber. State. 
Cole. Mrs. S. A., dressmaker, State. 
Cook, A. B. & Co. (Asa B. C«>ok, David S. 

and Frank Beach), dry goods. Main. 
Cook, C. II., grocer, Stale. 
Cook, Henry R., County Register, Court 

House S(iuan». 
Coons, Seth N., homcpopathic physician, 

cor. State and Grand. 
Cox, Charlt'H L., eating saloon, State. 
Cox, Mrs. Lucy L., millinery. State. 
Crane, C. S. & Co. (C. S. Crane and John 

Hurd^, Marshall Steam Flouring Mills 

and nour and feed store. State. 
Cronin. Jeremiah, Jr., general gtore, cor. 

State and Jefferson. 
Devere-aux, Nicholas, lxx)ts and shoes. State. 
Dibble, C. P. & S^m (Charles P. and Charles 

A.), dry goods and groceries, cor. Main 

and Exchange. 
Dobbins & Jagge,r (J. L. Dobbins and J. W. 

Jagger), sash factory, Hamilton. 
Dodge, Silas W., grocer. State. 
Dunham, Henry E., photographer. State. 
Durand, Samuel M., carpenter. 
Eddy, D. B., hotel and boarding liouse, 

Marshall ave. 
Egler & Bro. (John S. and Cristopher), black- 
smith. 
Eggleston, Charles H., dentist. Main. 



Elston, William, druggist, State. 

Evans, J. L., baker and confectioner. State. 

Facey. Henry, proprietor Vmeej Hoive; 

Court House Square. 
Faust, Benedict, saloon. State. 
Fergusrm, James R., general store. State. 
Filkins, Henry, cooper. Exchange. 
Filkins, Rowley & Co., coopers. 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Charles T. Qor- 

ham, president, Charles P. Dibble, «i»- 

president, George S. Wright, ecuMer, 
Fitzgerald and O'Brien (John C. FiisgenJd 

and Thomas J. O'Brien), lawyers and real 

estate agents, cor. State and Madison. 
Fisher, Samuel, boots and shoes. State. 
Freeds, Misses Carrie ^ EUiza, dressmakers. 

State. 
Freeman and Robertson, |)aper mills. 
Frink, Joseph & Co., bankers and insorance 

agents. State. 
Gallup, Benjamin A., druggist and physician. 

State. 
Gam well, J. M., merchant tailor, State. 
Gaus, John F., furniture, State. 
Geer, U. S., lawyer, notary public and daim 

agent," Main. 
Gibbons, Misses M. & J., milliners. State. 
Gibson, William A., phyddan, cor. State 

and Eagle. 
Gill, Matthew, physician, Grand. 
Gorham, Charles T., claim and insurance 

agent. State. 
Green & Field (A. W. Green and Joel Fldd). 

saloon. State. 
Halsey, L(nvi8, saloon. State. 
nuniiiioiid & Co* (William Hanunond, 

John Stewart and Josiah Hammond), 

agriculturul imi)lement8 and machine 

shop. Exchange. 
Hamilton iS: Butler (George Hamilton and 

John Butler), grocers. State. 
Hartman, John, propr. Marshall Hoose, 

Eagle. 
Hart, (Jeorgi', barlx-r. State. 
Hart, Mark, dry gixxls and clothing, cor. 

State and Madison. 
Hwht, Leon, dry goods. State. 
Henkle, Frederick, tinshop. State. 
Henigbaum, Adolph, tobacco and cigar store. 

Henry, (iu8ta\nis. grocer. State. 
Ilcrndon Houkc, cor. State and Madi- 
son, Lu8<» and Davis, proprietors. 
Hewitt, Klias, Calhoun Mills, flour and feed 

store, and insurance agent, State. 
Ilewett, Prentiss S., sahwrn and grocery. 

State. 
Hiller & llindonuch (John C. Hiller and 
(ieorgf IliiuU'nuclj), rarri«*.^e uiaki^rs. 
■ Hinc. CliarlcH, ticket n^^'iit. M. C. R. R. 
llindenach. John. i>!nr'k;^i:ittii, Hamilton. 
Hiser, Jot^eph, miller. 
I Ho^n, Danit'l, i>n)pr. Railroad House, 
1 Eagle. 



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Hollon & Son (Joseph and Ezra), grocers, 

State. 
Holmeff & Brother, grocers. State. 
Hudson, C. E., cooper, Marshal ave. 
Haghes & Wooley (D. Darwin Hughes and 
Justin D. Wooley), lawyers, State, cor. 
Grand. 
Hughes, Miss L., milliner, State. 
HuTett, Edwin L., livery stable. Green. 
Humphrey, N. H., carriage maker. State. 
Hurd, Marshall, photographer, State. 
Hyde, Augustus O.; druggist, State. 
Ingersoll, George. Emerald mills, and flour 

and feed, cor. State and Grand. 
Johnson & Brother (William and Adomo), 

livery stable. State. 
Johnston, Thomas W., grocer, State. 
Johnson, William, propr. Michigan Central 

cor. State and Eagle. 
Johnston, John H., barber. State. 
Kanouse, Mrs. milliner. State. 
Karsteadt, Frederick, clothing, liats and 

caps, St&te. 
Kast, John. M., boots and shoes. State. 
Katz & Kuchle (X^vier Katz and Philip 

Kuchle), meat market. State. 
Kelly, J. & Co. (John Kelly and B. F. Far- 
ley), grocers, State. 
Killam, Charles, boots and shoes, State. 
Kingsbury, F. A., furniture, main. 
Kocher & Bently, (Peter Kocher and W. W. 

Bently), flour and feed store. State. 
Knearl & Skinner (J. F. Knearl and Alexan- 
der Skinner), carriage makers. Hamilton. 
Krieg & Collins (Henry Krieg and George 

Collins), meat market, Main. 
Latham & Sanford (Albert Latham and 

John Sanford), grocers, State. 
Lester, Zaccheus, general store. State. 
Lewis, Charles, bakery and saloon. Eagle. 
Lincoln, C. D., telegraph operator. 
Longworth and Phinney (C. Longworth and 

Asa Phinney), barbers. State. 
Love, J. K., cooper. Exchange. 
Luse & Davis, proprietors Herndon House, 

State and Madiscm. 
Mabley, Christopher R., ready made cloth- 
ing, State. 
Magee, Edward, cooper, Greene. 
Maier, Andrew, lager beer saloon, Marshall 

ave. 
MANN, CHASTAIN, editor Expounder. 
Martin, James, general store, State. 
Martin, William, dry goods, groceries, boots 

and shoes, and hats and caps, Main. 
Mayerfield & Co., clothing, etc.. State. 
McCall, William R., merchant tailor. Main. 
McFadden, John, restaurant. State. 
McGaheu & Ellis (William K. McGahonand 

Barzilla Eilis), meat market, State. 
McHugh, Barney, station agent, Michigan 

Central Railroad. 
McManus, Miss, dress maker, State. 
McNames & Bro. (Salmon and John), Court 
House Square. 

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Merrill, Mrs., milliner, State. 
Middleburry, Stephen, wagon maker. 
MINER, JAMES A., lawyer, Circuit Court 

Commissioner and notary public. State. 
Mills, Edwin R., harness maker, State. 
Morse & Hulett, (John A. J. Morse and 

Henry Hulett), book sti)re, State. 
Morse, Wendel, brewer and lager beer 

saloon, Marshall ave. 
Murphy, Simon, cooper, Marshall ave. 
Murray, George B., general dealer, Hamil- 
ton. 
NATIONAL BANK OF MICHIGAN, H. J. 

Perrin, president ; J. M. BvLlkley, cashier, 

State. 
Noyce & Porter (H. A. Noyce and William 

H. Porter), lawyers. State. 
Paddock, D., harness maker. State. 
Pantlind. A. ¥., Marshall R^road 
Parsons & Webster (J. M. Parsons and C. 

B. Webster), boots and shoes, State. 
Perrin, H. J. & Co., flouring mills, Marshall 

ave. 
Peters & Bros. (J. S., William B. and Silas), 

hardware, State. 
Pringle, C. H., grocer, State. 

Eating House. 
Qcinlan, Edward, groceries and provisions, 

Main. 
Reamer, J. & Co. (James Reamer and L. 

Sleeper), upholsterer. State. 
Rimes & Hollon (Adam Rimes and Nathan 

Hoi Ion), carriage makers and black- 
smiths. 
Robinson, James N., justice of the peace, 

State. 
Robinson, Lawton H., grocer. State. 
Rowland, Mrs. E. M., milliner. State. 
RowUer, John P., saloon, State. 
Russell O. M., wagon maker. 
Schuyler, Anthony D., druggist, cor. State 

and Eagle. 
Schuyler, Peter, S., grocer, cor State and 

Madison. 
Sharpstein, Henry & Bro. (Henry and Sew- 
ard), hardware, stoves and tin ware, 

State. 
Sherman & Co. (N. A. Sherman and W. G. 

Crookshank), auction store, State. 
Shennan, F. W., justice of the peace. State. 
Smith, A. D., grocer. State. 
Smith, George, carpenter. 
Smith & Co. (William W. and Mack W.), 

marble dealers, State. 
Smith, S. B., photographers, State. 
Smith & Ellis (S. J. Smith and T. J. Ellis), 

general store. State. 
Soraers, L. D., billiard saloon. State. 
Southworth, T. H., hardware. State. 
Spicer & Phelps (P. A. Spicer and H. E. 

Phelps), machine depot. State. 
Stage. Francis A., justice of the peace. 
Stanhope, H. D., boots and shoes, State. 
Stevens, F. G., telegraph operator. 
Steele, H. A., photographer. State. 
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Stuart, Elias H., grocer and dealer in fancy 
goods, State. 

Stuart, Frank, C, jeweler, State. 

Sweeney, William, saloon, State. 

Sweet, W. A., painter, State. 

Sutter. Jacob, harness maker, State. 

Talcott, Marshall D., furniture. State. 

Thompson, Cyrus H., clocks, watches and 
jewelry, State, 

Tillotson. S. W., books and stationery, cor. 
State and Madison. 

Townsend, Mrs. S., milliner. State. 

Truman, George A., boots and shoes. State. 

Van Dusen, Jeremiah, eating saloon. State. 

Vogel, Christopher Fredenck, lager beer 
saloon, cor. State and Midison. 

Voffht, Nicholas, saddle and harness shop, 
State. 

Walbum, John B., carpenter and builder. 
Eagle. 

Wallingford, Mrs. S, music teacher and 
music room, State. 

Watrous, George, foreman Michigan Cen- 
tral Railroad Kound House. 

Watrous & Co. (William G., William H. 
and Uriah F.), livery stable, Court House 
Square. 

Watson, Andrew, groceries, State. 

Waugh, Stephen, saloon. State. 

Weatherwax, Walter, blacksmith. Ex- 
change. 

Wells, John H., blacksmith, Exchange. 

Wells, Philip, tin shop, State. 

Whitcomb & Day (D. B. Whitwmb and S. 
Day), livery stable. Eagle. 

Wilkinson, Norton C, carriage maker, Ex- 
change. 

Wilson, Amos, foreman Michigan Central 
Railroad shops. 

Wolff, Friderick, boots and shoes, State. 

Woodruff, George, lawyer and Circuit Coun 
Judge. 

Woodruff, William, dentist. State. 

WORMLY, SAMUEL P., agent American 
Express Company, State. 

Wykoff & Jenness (Isaac B. Wykoff and J. 
Jenness), blacksmiths, Jefferson. 

MARTIN. 

A township and pf)st village of Allegan 
county, 18 miles north of Kalamazoo. It 
contains one church, four stores, two hotels 
and some mills and mechanics' shops. Near- 
est 8hii)ping |K)int. Kalamazoo, 18 miles. 
Daily mail. Poidmnster — William Math- 
ews. 

TOWNSHIP OPFICEK8. 

Sapern/ior — Orrin Brown. 
r/frA-— William Allen. 
IWuHurer — Fr(^derick Faling. 
lilHt Of PronMinlonff, Trades, etc. 

Allen, William, hotel. 

Blair, John, justice of the peace. 

Brown, Orrin, justice of the peace. 



Bo vie, Seymour C boots and shoee. 

Coon, P. J., boots and shoes. 

Faling, Frederick, general store. 

Graig, John, physician. 

Hubbard, DoUoway & Smith, geneiml store. 

Monteith, Loomis, justice. 

Mathews, William, groceries and hardware. 

Nichols, George B., physician. 

Putnam & Smith, drugs and groceries. 

Scales, Robert, saw mill. 

Sanford, Rev. F. A. 

Thompson. I. W., physician. 

VanBluncum, J. A., blacksmith. 

Wallace & McMartin, blacksmiths. 

Wilson, Rev. T. J. 



MARATHON 
A township of Lapeer county, containing 
[x>st village of Columbia viile. PopaU- 

fcvily tim. 



the post 

tion 800. Surface rolling and hi 

bered. Soil good. 



MARYSVILLE. 
A small post village in the township of 
Port Huron, St. Clair county, on the St 
Clair river, 55 miles north-east of Detroit 
The \illage has a Methodist chnrch, three 
general stores, two saw mills and one hotel 
Population, 300. Fare from Detroit by 
steamboat, ^2.00. A daily mail is received. 
Postmaster — Nelson Mills. 

lilst of Proltossloiui, Trades, ote* 
Bunce. Z. W. & Sons (Mumford & Le£ferU 

T.), saw mill. 
Caswell, Henry A., general store. 

I Fisher, Thomas, hotel. 

I (iray, A. C, notary public and book-keeper. 
Laing, Rev. A. R.' (Methodist). 

; Mills, N. & B. (Nelson & Barney), 

I and general store. 
Potter, Samuel, general store. 
Wright, Peter, blacksmith. 



mill 



MASON. 
A township in Cass county, containing 
800 inhabitants. 



MASON. 

The county seat of Ingham county, is an 
incori>orated village of about 900 inhabi- 
tants. It is in a rich agricultural district, 
and has a thriving trade. Besides the coun 
ty building, the village contains twelve 
stores, two hotels, a church and several 
factories, mills and mechanics' shops. It 
has a weekly newspaper, (the Ingham county 
Ni'ira), a lodge each of Masons, Odd Fellows 
and Good Templars, and a union school. 
It is Hituatcd on the Jackson and Tjansing 
Railroad, 13 miles south of Lansing and 25 
It has a daily mail. 



miles north of Jackson 
Postmaster, Frank P. Seigfried. 

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YILLAOB OFPICBR8. 

PresidetU — Peter Low. 
C^k — George M. Huntington 
2V«wttrer-— Jesse Beach. 
jSfar^Ao^— Cbauncey A. Osborn. 
Truitees — H. L. riendereon, John Duns- 
back, P. R. Peck, O. M. Barnes. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of Probate — Horatio Pratt. 
CierA— Stanley W. Turner. 
Treasurer — John A. Barnes. 
Sheriff— Ttvltubxi Spencer. 
Recorder — Charles H. Darrow. 
Prosecvting Attorney — Rollin C. Dart. 
dreuU Court Com. — Mason D. Chatterton. 
Sumeyor — William H. Rayner. 
Coroners — J. J. Mead, E. H. Angell. 

CHURCHES. 

Methodist — Rev. Francis Glass, pastor. 
Presbyterian — Rev. Uosia Kittridge, pcw- 



t&r. 



SOCIETIES. 



Vevay Lodge, No. 93, / 0. 0. 2?".— Meets 
every Thursday evening, G. W. Swartwout, 

Mason Lodge, No. 70, F. & A. if.— Reg- 
ular meetings every Wednesday at Masonic 
Hall. 

Star Lodge, No. 864, /. 0. of O. 71— Reg- 
ular meeting, Tuesday evenings. 

Young 'Men*s Literary Society — Meet in 
Court House once a week, H. L. Henderson, 
President. 

The Ingham county Nexus, published every 
Wednesday by D. B. Harrington, at $2.00 
per year. 

lilst of Professions, Trades, etc. 
Albright, C. W. & Co., grocers. 
Albright, Frank T., telegraph operator. 
Babcock, Albert B., watxihmaker and jeweler. 
Barnes, Edwin A., lumber dealer. 
Beadle, John, harness shop. 
Bristol, B. H., justice of the peace. 
Coatsworth, J. & Co. (John Coatsworth, 

John Spencer and Calvin E. Henderson), 

general store. 
Grossman, Dunning & Whipple (Daniel L. 

Grossman, Nelson A. Dunning and George 

G. Whipple), general store. 
Dorman, Stephen K., cooper. 
Dunning, W. W., propr. Exchange Hotel, 

near depot. 
Gibbons & Wilson, blacksmiths. 
Gillespie & Allen (Qustavus A Gillispie and 

Alonzo Allen), Druggists and grocers. 
Gunn, Alexander, grocer. 
Harrinirtoii, 1>. B., publisher of Ing- 
ham County News. 
Harrington, Miss Ellen, milliner. 
Henderson, H. L. &. Co. (Henry L. Hender- 
son, John Coatsworth and William P. 

Neor), bankers. 
Howe, Mrs. L. M., milliner. 
Hughes, Miss. Phoebe, milliner. 

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Huntington k Brother (Lyman B. and 

Charles G.), boots and shoes. 
Isherwood, John L., general store. 
Lang, R., Sprague & Co., clothing. 
Low, P. & Co. (Peter Low, John Sayers, 

Mrs. M. C. Phelps and Charles S. Low), 

hardware. 
Mann, Thomas, grocer and saloon. 

Marsh, , livery stable. 

McGeorge, Nathan T., Merchants Union Ex- 
press agent. 
McGeorge & Rogers (Nathan T. McGregor 

and John Rogers), clothing. 
McQueen, George, grocery and glassware. 
McRoberts, Beach & Clark, foundry and 

machine shop. 
Mead, George G., steam flouring and grist- 
mill. 
Norris, Benjamin F., eating saloon. 
Paddock, George H., shoemaker. 
Parsons, F. C, photographer. 
Pattison, Welcom S., blacksmith. 
Polar, George W., boots and shoes. 
Price, Jonathan, proprietor Mason Hotel. 
Root, W. W., physician. 
Searl, Frederick, groceries, crockery and 

glassware. 
Shelt, John, tailor. 
Slack, William, meat market. 
Smith, Sidney, propr. Union Hotel. 
Stantcm, Edwin W., steam saw, lath and 

planing mill. 
Steele & Millspaugh (Amos E. Steele and 

Archibald Millspaugh), lawyers. 
Stroud, Samuel P., furniture and cabinet 

ware. 
Sweet, Martin A., grocery and billiard 

saloon. 
Sweet, William G., saloon. 
Teel, W. A., carriage shop. 
Thompfioii, John H., ashery, near 

Railroad. 
Tompkins & Wilson (John Tompkins and 

R. Justus Wilson), general haraware. 
Van Deusen, Andrew P., dentist. 
Van Vranken, William N., general store. 
Wheeler, J. L. & Co. (Jerome L. and Egbert 

E), general store. 
Wing, Frank B., druggist. 
Wright, William, carriage manufactor>*. 

MATHERTON. 
A post village in the township of North 
Plains, in Ionia county, on the east side of 
Fish creek. It contains about 60 dwellings 
and 350 inhabitants. It has several stores, 
mills and mechanics' shops. Nearest ship- 
ping point and express office, Pewamo, five 
and one-lialf miles. Tri-weekly mail. Post- 
master — L. J. Lemert. 

lilst of Professions, Trades, etc. 
Bangs, Allen D., justice of the peace and 

cabinet maker. 
Freemont, M., woolen fact >ry. 
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Jeflfrees, T. J., physician. 
Jeifere, Thomas, ])h78iciaD. 
Jarvis. A. H., stave dealer. 
Lance, George, carpenter. 
Lattimer, A. H., boots and shoes. 
Lomert, Laban J., general store and wool- 
en factory. 
Mather, A., woolen factory. 
Mather, A. L., flour and saw mill. 
Proctor & Brother, hotel. 
Seitner, Henry, blacksmith. 
Smith, Marcus, hotel. 
Whitmore, J. O., woolen factory. 



MATTAWAN. 
An important and thriving post village of 
Van Buren county, in the township of Ant- 
werp, on the Michigan Central Railroad, 
155 miles from Detroit and 129 miles from 
Chicago. It has an extensive lumber trade 
and contains two hotels, four stores, one 
flouring mill, one planing mill, one carriage 
shop, two steam saw mills, and several me- 
chanic and professional trades. Population 
about 600. It has a daily mail. Postmaster 
— James Murray. 

lilst of Professions, Trades, etc. 

Antwerp House, Drummond & Sherman, 
proprietors. 

Arkills & Mygatt (W. Arkills and S. My- 
gatt), planing mill. 

Austin, Mrs. Martha, milliner. 

Barnes, George, physician and druggist. 

Bass, R. R., lumber dealer. 

Brewer, L. & C, saw mill. 

Brown & Colby (Abel Brown and H. S. 
Colby), lumber dealerr*. 

Brown, David, physician. 

Clark, James W.. cabinet maker. 

C'Ougill, James, flouring mill. 

Durkee, Harry S., propr. Union Hotel. 

Fisk, S. W.. steam saw mill. 

Fitch & Danielson (Willis O. Fitch and M. 
B. Danielson), gim(;ral store. 

Flummenfelt, Albison, general store. 

Fuller, A. A., painter. 

Gorham, William, nursery. 

Howell, Noel B., justice of the peace. 

Howell, Norwell B., bo<:>t8 and shoes. 

Ide, J. B. & Son, general store. 

Irwin, James, painter. 

Kelsey, William, hardware. 

Kendall, Cutting & Co., steam saw mill. 

Labadie, Gregory, carriago maker and black- 
smith. 

liewis, M., basket maker. 

McCarter, James, harness maker. 

Mclntyre, James, blacksmith. 

Murray, James, postmaster and jeweler. 

Pettys, Peter, blacksmith. 

Rt^ynolds. Edwin J., physician. 

Sunad, Thomas, ])ainter. 

Van Debogart, George, shoe maker. 



Tan Teehten A Fltcli (C. D. Van 

Vechten and M. L. Fitch), general itoie 

and lumber dealers. 
Waterman, James, boot and shoe maker. 
Welch, John E., wagon maker. 
Woodruff, Mrs. H. S., milliner. 



MATTESON. 
A township and post oflftoe in Brandi 
county, watered by Rnow creek and other 
tributaries of the St. Joseph River, and cod- 
taining 1,200 inhabitants. 

MAXFIELD. 
A village in the northern part of the 
township of Richfield. Qenesee county. It 
contains one store, one hotel, one saw mill, 
and has a population of 125. 

MEAD'S MILLS. 
The post office name of the village of 
Waterford, in the township of Plymouth, 
Wayne county. Daily mail. PoMmeuUr— 
Seth Hughes. 

MEARS. 

(NOW CALLED AURORA.) 

A flourishing seaport village of a thou- 
sand inhabitants, in Muskc^^on county, 
situated about half way between Grand 
Haven and Pentwater. It contains ten saw 
mills, one tannery, six stores and three 
hotels. A brisk trade is carried on between 
this placi^ and Chicago and Milwaukee. It 
has an excellent harbor for vessels of light 
draught. Has a daily mail. Pogtmaater— 
Albert Mears. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor — C. C. Thompson. 
Clerk — Mordv Farmer. 
Treasurer — E. Knuidsen. 

Iilst of Professions, Trades, ece. 

Anderson. C. & C, blacksmiths. 

Austin & Freeman, tanners and curriers. 

Haker, F.. blacksmith. 

Booth, N. v., sash, doors and blinds. 

Bullock & Hall, general merchants. 

Cain, A. A., hotel. 

Coleman, James, blacksmith. 

Dean & Hopkins, dry goods. 

Dicey & Leitlt, inm foundry and machine 
shop. 

Ferry, Dowling A €o. (William F. 
Ferry, O. E. Dowling and E. P. Ferry), 
saw mills and lumber merchants. 

Foster, D. J., general merchant. 

Franklin & Wheeler, general merchants. 

Gilley, J. E., timber dealer. 

Graves, Israel, carixmter. 

(iustavus, J., proi)r. Lake House hotel. 

Hall, Moses, justice of the ixjace. 

Heald, Welch & Co., saw mill. 



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Hedges, Terry & Co., saw mill. 
Hircnma & Covell, saw 'mill. 
Hopkins & Lewis, saw mill. 
Hobler, Peter, propr. Union Hotel. 
Herbst, F.. Brother & Co. (F., William and 

L. C. Herbst and L. Beatz), ready made 

clothing, and boots and shoes. 
Knoidsen, A. & E., general merchants and 

timber dealers. 
Knoidsen, £., justice of the peace. 
Lee, Sanders & Scully, propre. stage line. 
Hears, Albert, general merchant. 
Hears, Albert, commission and forwarding. 
Hears, Albert, land agent. 
Hiller. John W., saw mill. 
Hizner, Z., physician. 
HcKinnen, John, physician. 
Ocobock & Co., saw mill. 
Parks, Campbell & Seitch, saw mill. 
Parks, W. H., lawyer. 
Smith, W. B., jeweler. 
Shackelton & Mizner, drug store 
Seitch, Du^U, justice of the peace. 
8prigg» William, general merchant. 
Thompson & Covell, lumber and timber. 
Thompson, C. C, land agent. 
Thompson, Duane, lawyer. 
Weston, William, lumber dealer. 
West, Rev. Ludlow. 

MEDINA.V 
A township and post village of Lenawee 
cannty. The village is situated on TiflBn's 
Creek, five miles south from Clayton station, 
on the Hichigon Southern Railroad, 12 
miles from Adrian and 86 from Detroit. 
The village contains three churches (the 
township, five,), one Masonic lodge (173), 
one lodge of (iood Templars, one general 
store, one grocery store, one hotel, one 
flouring mill, several mechanics' shops, etc. 
Population of village, 300 ; of township, 
2,000. Postmaster — Charles Brown. 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

Supervisor—Ch&TleB A. Jewell. 
CferAf— (Tharles Brown. 
Treasurer — William Munson. 

l4%mt of Proltosstons, Trmdes, etc* 

ALLEN. MRS. A., hotel. 

Beach, George H., saw mill. 

Boynton. Rev. B. J. (Baptist). 

Brower, William W., sorghum mill. 

Broum, Charles Sl Co. (Charles 
Brown, A. J. McLouth and A. J. H. Gove), 
general store. 

BROWN, CHARLES, postmaster and no- 
tary public. 

Coats, E. C. tailor. 

Coats, William L., painter. 

Converse, A. P., broom maker. 

Crelly, John, cooper. 

Drake. J. A., principal Oak Grove Academy. 

Firman, L. 1)., brick yard. 

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CHARLES BROWN & CO., 

DBALKB8 IN 

HATS, CAPS, BOOTS k SHOES, 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 

HARDWARE, 

Drags, QrocerieB, Paints, Oils, Ac., 
Charles Brown, ) 

iJiSgrtfaJ M3ex>mA. MICH. 

Gouldsbury k Hawkins, Borghum mill. 

Hawley, H. H., broom maker. 

Hayward & Co. ( Hayward, Jesse Fair 

and Carlos Smith), grocers. 
Heydenberk, John, shoemaker. 
Kendall, Amos, physician and postmaster at 

Attica. 
Kenyon, A., saw mill. 
Kerr & Worcester (Alexander Kerr and 

John Worcester), flouring and saw mill 

and woolen factory. 
Koon & Bothwell (Mayland Koon and James 

Bothwell), tile manufacturers. 
Meacham, Silas, sash and blind maker. 
Noyes, Rev. S. W. (Methodist). 
Powers, J. S., physician. 
Rice, A. D., blacksmith. 
Rice, Nelson, carriage maker. 

Russell, , saw mill. 

Snow, J. H., saw mill. 
Strobeck, J. W., carria^ maker. 
Warring, Webster, cabinet maker. 

MEMPHIS. 

A thriving post village, situated on t