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NATIONAL . ' 

Bank of New Jersey 

GEORGE COR. CHURCff STREET 

NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J, 
Capital . . . '^^ » \ '' . " o $2S':>.ow 
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THE NATIONAL «ANK Of P<E:W JfiRSKY OffdlWS, TO li^*OlV( PU.^r. ', 

MKWQ^I^TS, AND edRPORATHJWS J*AVORi,^'fG IT WfTH THf;R 

ACCOUNTS EVERY FACfLITY TH^TTHKIP*: BUS^fiilTSS, 

BALANCE, AND RESf^ONSJ ^,^TV W»m«RAT'*T * 

SAFE DL'POSIT ©OXES TO H£H1, %Ql 50 PXM P^HHUm hUt^ 0iP 

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mpany 

208 SOUTfnreUPfH STREET ' 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Compilers of Mailing Lists Covera^ All 
Businesses in tine United States and Canada 




Hamlin & Morrison 
ANALYTICAL OH 

'HILADELniLrt 



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NICHOLAS G. RUTGERS BENJAMIN F. HOWELL CHARLES A. DUNHAM 
President Vice-President Sec'y and Treas. 

JYei^ ^runsmck 

Sailings institution 

COR. GEORGE and CHURCH STS. 

CHARTERED 1851 

Deposits made on or before the Tenth Days 
of January, April, July and October, draw 
interest from the First Days of said months. 



INTEREST CREDITED ON JAN. 1st and JULY 1st 



Interest entered on deposit books and paid on and after 
the Second Monday of January and July. 

New Brunswick 

Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

ORGANIZED FEBRUARY 20, 1846 



The Slfongest Mutual Fire Insurance Companf in New Jersey 

OFFICE: 393 GEORGE STREET 



I W. E. FLORANCE, President 

I JOHN S. STEWART, Vice-President 

I JOHN W. HELM, Secretary 

i DIRECTORS 

% Henry L. Janeway, Charles^A. Dunham, Hugh McKeag, Anthony Viehmann, 

|| John S. Stewart. Peter P. Runyon. 17. E. Florance, Edward Tindell. 

f Henry G. Parker^ Robert W. Helm, Dr. A. L. Smith, John N. Carpender, 

J William R. Reed. 

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BENJ. R HOWELL, Ftes, T. ELY SCHANCK, v 



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People's National Bank 

NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

CAPITAL, - - - $100,000 
SURPLUS, - - - 125,000 

Transacts a General Banking, Discount and Exchange Business 

INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS 

Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent, $2.50 and Upwards 

GEOUGE, COR. CHUUCH ST., New Brunswick, N. J. 

The New Brunswick 
Fire Insurance Company 



INCORPORATED 1826 



Cash Capital - - $200,000.00 

Surplus to Policy-holders 280,730.00 

Reinsurance Reserve - 294,111.00 



George A. Viehmann, President D. L. Morrison. Vice-President 

Charles D. Ross, Secretary and Treasurer. 

DIRECTORS 

Theodore F. Hicks, William L. Perrin, George A. Viehmann, 

William B. Lloyd, William F. Rollo, M. F. Ross, 

Daniel L. Morrison, Charles D. Ross, E. B. Wyckoff. 



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New Brvinswick 
B\isir\ess College 

380 GEOR.GE ST., NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

All Commercial Branches, Individual Instruction 



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|I About six months owght to complete a course in Shorthand *|* 

*^ and Typewriting ; also a complete Bookkeeping course in about ♦!• 
♦:♦ the same time. % 

t AN IDEAL COURSE I 

■♦ ♦♦♦ 

1 Take three months of Bookkeeping and six months of Short- *** 

* hand — about nine months in all — and you have an excellent busi- ♦!♦ 
^ ness equipment. 

♦ji Pupils may enter school any day or evening. 

I -Phone 360-W-l J. W. WILSON. Principal 

LOUIS A. VOORHEES 

I Analytical and Consulting Chemist 

111 CARROLL PLACE. 

Telephone :56-W NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

Formerly Chief Chemist N. J. StzLte AgriculturaLl Experiment Station. 
Member of the Society of Chemical Industry, the America>.n Chemical Society, 
the AmericaLn Association for the Adva.ncement of Science, etc. 

:: Largest Wallpaper and Paint House I 

IN NEW BRVNSWICK 

PAPERHANCINC, PAINTING 
and INTERIOR DECORATING 

I National Decorating Co., 4-6 Church St. 

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 

t 

United States Rubber Co. | 

JERSEY FACTORY: 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

Manufacturers of 



RUBBER 



BOOTS AND 
S H OES 



Ai(|n County Public Library 

\. Wayne, Indiana SALESROOMS : 

CHICAGO: NEW YORK: 

244 and 246 Monroe St. Gen'l Office and Salesroom 

42 Broadway 



MIDDLESEX SUPPLY CO. 



I 



DEALERS IN 

I 

I Sand, Trap Rock Stone in all Sizes | 
i Also Ciivders 



Estimates Furnished for General Contracting j; 



% YARD AND DOCK: OFFICE; 

:| Water St., Adj P R. R. Bridge 16-18 Richmond St. | 

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JAMES A. EDGAR. | 

Reatl Estacte and InsuroLiice 



Property 

Bought, 

Sold and 

Exchanged 




Special 

Attention 

Given to Care 

of Estates 



HOUSES BUILT FOR RESPONSIBLE PARTIES 



Life, Fire and Accident Insurance 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS NOTARY PUBLIC 

349 GEORGE ST., New Brunswick, N. J. 

PHONE 482-L 



Staining of Wood and 
Finishing of Hard 
Wood a Specialty J' 
Kalsomining, etc. 



Estimates Furnished in City, County or 
State 



TELEPHONE 301-L 

WM. H. PETTE 



Paiivter and Decorator 



Fitst-class workmanship 
and the best of material 
Guaranteed. Your 
patronage solicited. .^ 



PAINTING 

Office and Residence : 

135 Paterson St. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 



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i HARDING & MANSFIELD I 

® 
I LEADERS IN THE I 

t Boot and Shoe Business 



q) THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE 
I LINES OF UP-TO-DATE 

I FoOTWEfVR 



IN THE STATE CAN BE FOUND AT THEIR 
FACTORY AND RETAIL STORE 



I 9 Peace St., New Brunswick, N. J. i 

i 

NEILSON T. PARKER 



INSURANCE 



p ' «i j"* i<i '~ i rh* i ' > ' >i jTj^_rfif^ » ' "i /^ >« '~ i' \i* ' ' » ' > g'U' > _^fir'< » '>Vl/XJ 




OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



$ 381 George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 

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I EDWARD HINCHER I 



LEADING 



FURNITURE HOUSE 



jKace^. 



sSectionctl 
LBooRcctse 




The 

Bookcase 
for the 
Home 



The Macey Sectional Bookcase 
is mechanically correct and artistically perfect. The very 
best and latest structural features are combined with that 
high standard of quality, artistic nicety of finish, design 
and scrupulous attention to details, for which all Macey 
goods are justly famed. Catalog for the asking. 

Full line on exhibition at 

HINGHER'S FURNITURE HOUSE 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE 



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I REPAIRING and UPHOLSTERING 

I GENUINE ANTIQUE FURNITURE 

I HAIR MATTRESSES RENOVATED 

I FflWARn HINRHPR 116-122 neilson street 

I tuwMnu nmuntn, cor schureman street 

I TELEPHONE 202-W NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

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...The... 

New Brunswick 
Times 



DURING THE PAST YEAR HAS BEEN 
ENLARGED and GREATLY IMPROVED 



I 

I IT HAS ERECTED AND NOW OCCUPIES 

I THE FINEST, BEST EQUIPPED AND 

I MOST UP-TO-DATE NEWSPAPER AND 

k PRINTING PLANT IN THE CITY J^ J' 

I TIMES BUILDING, 201-203 NEILSON STREET 

(Between Church and Paterson Streets) 

Times Publishiivg Company 

LINN E. WHEELER. President 



X THE TIMES is taking front rank as the Most Progressive, g 
® Most Reliable and Most Enterprising ^ 

^ Newspaper in its field. ® 



I SUBSCRIPTION, $5 PER YEAR. I Oc. PER WEEK | 

4. Delivered to any address in New Brunswick or Highland Park ^ 

^ Telephone Private Branch Extension ¥ 

vii 



I EMPIRE FOUNDRY COMPANY 

I New Brunswick, N. J. 

(|) Our foundry is very extensive, employing 80 moulders, melting a fine quality of soft gray 

A iron This is especially adapted for stove plate or any work which requires machining. Below 

(5) we show a list, which will give an idea of the class of work we are prepared to turn out quickly 

^ and economically. 

^ Stove Plate of every description, Advertising Novelties, Ornamental Lamp Btvses, 

A Piano Castings, Sad Irons and Burners, Graveyard Settees and Ornaments, Lawn Mower 

^ Castings. StaLir Risers and 1 reads. Stair Columns and Posts, Stokers aLnd Grate Bars, 

^ Va.lves and Fittings, Machinery Castings, Printing Presses, Automobile and Steam Cylin- 

X ders. Refrigerator Machinery, Shaft Hangers and Boxes, Pulleys, Mangers and Hay Racks, 4, 

^ Electrical MsLchinery C2Lstings. ^ 

^ If you have anything in the line of Iron Casting that you desire, ¥ 

^ send it down and we will submit estimate. v 



M. MASSING 



Merchant Tailor | 

■ 



77 ALBANY ST., New Brunswick, N. J. 

HOWARD V. BUTTLER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Sash, Blinds, Doors and Mouldings, 
Stair Building and Window Frames 
PLANING and RE-SETTING MILLS 

JOHN ST., foot of MORRIS, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Stock Rooms— Elizabeth N. J. Factory— New Brunswick, N. J 

Telephone 2 Telephone 76 

GEORGE H. BOND 

Wholesale and Retail 

CJrower of Choice Cut /^lowers 



® 



f^ Roses and Carnations a Specialty 

t> Residence 'Phone 301 -J Greenhouse 'Phone 399- J ^ 

® 80-86 Louis St., New Brunswick, N. J. f 

♦ ® 






M. McFADDEN, PLUMBER 



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f steam and Hot Water Heating Hot Air Heating 

I Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

I 301 BURNET STREET, New Brunswick, N. J. 

i A. WHEATLEY & CO. 

I Working Jewelers, Bepairers and General Engravers 

I The Only Umbrella Manufacturer in the City 



^] No. 83 Albany Street, 

® 



New Brunswick, N. ]* 



§ 



CONRAD RICHTER. 



Hair Cutting 
Shaving 
Shampooing 
Electrical and Hand Massaging 

361 George Street 

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AMERICAN AND MODERATE RATES | 

EUROPEAN PLAN | 

THE I 

HOTEL MILTON | 

ADOLPH MAY, Prop. | 

COR. ALBANY AND PEACE STS. NEW BRUNSWICK S 

TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS NEW JERSEY S 



N. PUSTELNICK 



Ladies' Tailor 



324 Burnet Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 

J. BURR HERBERT CHARLES R. MOKE 

HERBERT m. MOKE 

(SUCCESSORS TO POWELSON & HERBERT) 

Mm\ Directors and EinDaimers 



Boarding Stables and Coach Livery in Connection | 



RESIDENCES: ^ 

J. B. Herbert, George's Road, near Van Liew Cemetery ^ 

C. R. Moke, 296 George St. 

? 

? OFFICE and REPOSITORY: 5^S5 MORRIS ST. 

»^ TELEPHONE 475 

I NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



X 



Olympia Confectionery 

Fine Candies and Ice Cream 

G. SOTIROPULOS 

Opposite the Bijou 
340 George St. New Brunswick, N. J. 

TELEPHONE 652 

SKILLED WORKMANSHIP REPAIR WORK 

Richard F. Barnwell 
Contractor and Builder 



Fourth Avenue Near Raritan Avenue, Highland Park, N. J. 
Phone 517-R Estimates Furnished 

WM. H. QUACKENBOSS 

FUNERAL 



DIRECTOR 



Warerooms and Residence 



98-100 Albany St., "": 



ew Brunswick; 

ew Jersey PHONE No. 8 



Cavity and Arterial Embalming. Calls Attended 
to at all Hours of the Day or Night. Metallic 
Coffins Furnished if Desired. 



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Hearses and Carriages at the Shortest Notice 

xi 



o * 

^ Wood Finishing: of All Kinds. Estimates Furnished Telephone g 

H. L. Bartholomew | 

HOUSE PAINTER | 

177 CHVRCH STREET, New Brunswick, N. J. 

AH Work Executed Promptly ai\d in the Best Manner 
THE ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY COMPANY 

A. J. CONOVER, Pres. LIMITED J. H. HOAGLAND, Secretary 

LAUNDRY: River Road, Highland Park. 'Phone ItO. 

BRANCH: Cor. George and Schureman Sts., New Brunswick. 'Phone 559-W 

Skilled workmen, and the best material for Laundry purposes. 
Entire satisfaction guaranteed. Special care given to Lace 
Curtains, Window Shades, Fancy Shirt Waists, Collars, Cuffs, 
and all fine articles of wearing apparel. Family washes and 
rough dries handled. All flat pieces mangled. 
Goods called for and Delivered Free. Send Postal to JANES HYE, IManaecr 

S. J. SHUCK & SONS 

Coach, Carriage and Automobile Painters 

COACH PAINTING A SPECIALTY 

and all its Branches Strictly Attended To. 

Rubber Tiring a Specialty. Telephone Connection 

SPRING STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

Middlesex Granite ai\d Marble Works 

GEORGE A, CLINTON, Prop. 

Monuments^ Tombs; Statuary and all kinds 
'^eVsT^ of Cemetery Work 

Head of Commercial Avenue, Near Cemetery Entrance 

New Brunswick, N. J. 



I Telephone Connection A J BROWN "'GH GRADE BANNERS 

ill 
I 



SIGNS 

409 George Street. Gildiivg on Glass, Etc. 



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TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

CHARLES H. MESSEROLL 

, Carpenter 
Builder 
Raritan Ave. Cor. Second Ave., Highland Park, N. J. 

NEW BRUNSWICK 

Hygienic Milk Co. 

171-175 Church Street 

Telephone Connections 



PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM 

BUTTER, BUTTERMILK, SKIM MILK, 

POT CHEESE, SCHMIERKASE 



Retailers of College Farm Milk and 
Clarkhurst Farms Certified Milk I 



1 TEL. CALL IZT-L 

I WILLIAM E. LEARY 

I Carpenter and General Contractor 

Jobbing and Remodeling Promptly Attended To 

SHOP AND RESIDENCE: 

299 Powers Street, between R« R» and Codwise Avenue 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
A. P. DAIRE CHAS. M. DAIRE 

DAIRE & SON 



DEALERS IN AND BUILDERS OF 



A). 

Carriages, Wagons and Harness | 

20 BAYARD STREET 

TELEPHONES: 
Dairc &. Son, 253-L NeW BrunsWick, N. J. 
A. P. Dairc, 225-R 

Members Master Builders' PHONE Registered With Underwriters' 

Association. Association 

HUSTON & DeHART 

Electrical Contractors 

Wiring, Motors, Supplies and Repairs 
409 GEORGE ST. New Brunswick, N. J. 

PHONE 392-J 

ABM. VOORHEES 

Contractor and Builder 

271 Handy Street 

I NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

xiv 



i EDWARD BANKER | 

I Plumbing. Heating and Tinning 

On Sanitary Principles 



JOBBING WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 
Estimates Furnished 



I 53 MINE STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

*> 

♦ Telephone. 35I-J2 

f J* <* 

I \ 386 t 

If 392 I ^^^ f 



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George I Laivdsberg Store | 

I St. I 

$^..H.<.«M"t*«M..!..M-« HENRY LANDSBERG 

GEORGE C. TOWLE 

Real Esiaie ^ Insuranoe 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS NOTARY PUBLIC 
Houses to Let Rents Collected 



I 417 GEORGE STREET New Brunswick, N, J, 



♦ 



I OTTO GEITNER I 

I Piano and Organ Dealer and | 



I Tuner 

I 41 Albany Street New Brunswick, N. J. 



I; JAS. A. MORRISON, President I. N. BLUE, Jr., Sec. and Treas. | 

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I Morrison & Blue Printing Co. - ) I 

} PRINTERS OF EVERYTHING | 

I Bethany and French Streets I 

I TELEPHONE CALL, 234-J NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. | 

I ^ « 3 „_™„™=™»=™__™™.^ : I 

I EDMUND M. TALLMAN JAMES S. TEN BROEClC | 



TALLMAN & TEN BROECK 



I: PRACTICAL 



Painters 



Cor* Drift and Redmond Streets 

NEW BRUNSWICK NEW JERSEY 



i BROWER <a CONOVEH 

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T 

I Masons ar\d Builders 



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JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO | 

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED $ 

% 240 George Street Telephone 383 J 98 Redmond Street % 



I 



I M. O'CONNOR I 

I t 

I Real Estate and Insurance I 

I RENTS COLLECTED AND ESTATES MANAGED I 

I VIEHMANN BUILDING f 

t 364 George Street New Brunswick, N. ]* %■ 

% .. , ,., ..M , „ , ..».,.. 4 

4. f 

t W. J. HOGAN T. F. BARNWELL % 

T \ 

t HOGAN & BARNWELL I 

*^ f 

Real Estate and InsviraLnce | 

NOTARY PUBLIC | 

43 PATERSON ST. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. | 

Telephone, No. 249 J Commissioner of Deeds Notary Public ■*• 

i J. BROCNARD WRIGHT | 

i Broker, Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance $ 

^* ii 

I 355 GEORGE STREET % 

I . I 

f New Brunswick New Jersey f 



I 



I W. L. VAN SICKEL 

I FURNITURE REMOVED, ETC 

I* On Reasonable Terms. Also Sand For Sale. 

4 Carting and Grading Done. All "Work Promptly Attended To. *^ 

|l Cor. Codwise Ave. and Seaman St. Residence 297 Redmond St. 

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t 



H. B. ZIMMERMAN. 

Manufacturer of All the Latest Novelties In 

Human Hair Goods 



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i 



i 



Toilet Hepsites, Tortoise Shell hum Goods 



Fancy Goods, Novelties Jewlery. Theatrical Wigs to Hire. Ladies' Hair ♦ 

Dressing, Dyeing, Singeing, Shampooing, Bleaching, Treatment of the Scalp, *|^ 

Face Steaming, Manicuring. Private Rooms, Lady Attendants. Mail % 

Orders promptly attended to. *^ 

44 CHURCH STREET, New Brunswick, N. J. | 
A. J. CEBHARDT | 

DEALER IN 4 

Groceries and Provisions 

FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS OF 
ALL KINDS AT BOTTOM PRICES 

I HEADQUARTERS FOR GAME AND POULTRY 

HIGHLAND PARK 



John Hendricks & Son 
I Mason 

I Builders 

i 295 HANDY STREET 

I 'Phone 337-R New Brunswick, N. J. 

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I PETER. KALTEISSEN 



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MANUFACTURER OF 



o<| PAPER BOXES |> 

16-22 BARTLETT STREET 

'Phone New Brunswick, N. J. 

GEORGE FR^ISCH 

First-CIass Odorless Excavator I 

For Cleaning Vaults, Sinks, Cesspools, etc* 

Work done at short order and Excavating. Moving and No extra charge for disinfecting, 
guaranteed to be satisfactory. Carting of All Kinds Prices as low as the lowest. 

Orders by Mail or Left at 21 Comstock St. will receive 
'Phone 224-R„ prompt attention. George Frisch t 



I P. NYBQ PHOTOGRAPHER I 

I PORTRAITS IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES | 

♦ First-CIass Work Guaranteed. Group Pictures of "Wedding Parties Z 
% a Specialty ♦ 

I 78 ALBANY STREET, COR. NEILSON, New Brunswick, N. J. | 

The Artificial Stone Pavement Co. 

S. C. IRVEN, Prop. 

I CONTRACTOR 

I 

I Cement Work of All Kinds 

I Office and Residence: M^ Townsend Street 

t 'Phone 456- J New Brunswick, N. J. 

i 

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•A- ♦ 

J* *> 

?♦ FINEST QUALITY OF WINES, TELEPHON E CALL 204-R ♦ 

f LIQUORS AND CIGARS P. O. BOX 348 f 

Cafe anb IReetaurant I 



LEONARD SCHEIDIG, Proprietor 



I 135 Albany Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 



A Strictly 
Fifst-CIass 
House 
Every- 
thing 
Up-to Date 



KLEIN^S RARITAN HOUSE 

Affords Facilities for Suburban Trade 
by Electric Trolley Signal System, 
whereby Cars are Stopped at the Door. 

Cor. Albany and Little Burnet Streets 

New Brunswick, N. J. 



Dining 
Rooms 

and 

Bowling 

Alleys 

Phone 217-L62 



B. F. SAMSEL 



DEALER IN 



Groceries and Provisions^ Butter and Eggs^ 

Cigars, Tobacco, Drags, Ammtinition, &c. 
SPEQALTIES— Blue Flame Oil Stoves and Wall Paper 



Main Street^ 



Sayreville^ N* J^ | 



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$ Thone585-J I 

I C. H. CRAMER I 

I Real Estate a^"^ General Insurance 

I 349 GEORGE STREET 

*X New Brunswick New Jersey 



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145-L-TELEPHONE CALLS-548 RATES, $1.50 PER DAY f 

White Hall Hotel I 

* Thomas A. Manley, Proprietor t 

1921 ALBANY STREET NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. | 

Well Kept Stables for the Use of the Traveling Trade $ 

HOSTLER ON HAND AT ALL HOURS t 

Bar Stocked with Choice Liquors, Wines and Beer. Imported and Domestic Cigars |l 

F. W. MILLBR " 

|[ DEALER IN CHOICE 

i BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, LAMB 

J Pork and Salt Meats, Sausage, Leaf and Tried Lard 

I Meat Market : Cor. French and Bayard Sts. 

I Telephone 257-J NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. | 

J* Telephone Connection Y 

WALTER N. ABRAMS | 

Sanitary Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water | 

Heating, Gas Fitting and Tinning | 

t 138 Church Street New Brunswick, N. I. | 



►>'M*»J^'^*M**t*****H'*^*M'^H**M***«*H 



t 

I JOHN H. SCHNEIDER 



CHAS. L. HEAHMAN t 



I HEAHMAN & SCHNEIDER 

♦|* Mouse Decorating, Paper Hanging, Graining, Hard Wood 

I Painters Finishing 

163 Hamilton St. and 39 Robinson St. 



I 

f^ Estimates Cheerfully Given 



New Brunswick, N. J. 



PURE TIN COLLAPSIBLE TUBES 



MANUFACTURED BY 



I The J. S. Txirner White Metal Works I 

$ RARITAN AVE., HIGHLAND PARK, N. J. f 

I ForTooth Paste, Ointments, Cements, Perfumes, Etc 







J. HEIDINGSFELD 




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42 ALBANY STREET 




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NEW BRUNSWiCK, N. ]. 



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I Residence Thone 270-W Office Thone 265-) | 

I H. V. OLIVER CONTRACTING CO. | 

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Room 2, Savings Bank Building, New Brunswick, N. J. 



THE MIDDLESEX TITLE 
I GUARANTEE AND TRUST CO. 

I 40 PATERSON STREET 

Examines and Insures Titles to Real Estate. 
Makes Loans on Bond and Mortgage. 
Sells Guaranteed Mortgages. 

THE ONLY SAFE WAY TO HAVE YOUR TITLE APPROVED 
AND ALSO THE CHEAPEST 

Capital and Surplus, - $135,000 § 

GEORGE A. VIEHMANN, President CHAS. D. ROSS, Vice-President J 

GEORGE W. LITTERST, Secretary and Treasurer * 

W. H. C. JACKSON, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer f 

xxiii 



4 Telephones: Residence, 527-L. Office. «28. 

^ /^S^— >r --1 EMPIRE 



TRUCKING CO. 

Complete Equipment for 
Handling all Kinds of 

Light and Heavy 
Carting 

VANS FOR QTY OR 
COUNTRY MOVING 

Sandford Street and Jersey Avenue 

NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J. 

Empire Storage Co. 

SANDFORD ST. AND JERSEY AVE. 




Entire building devoted exclusively to storage. BUILT 
ENTIRELY OF BRICX and on most approved plans 

LRRG&ST f\ND BEST 

Storage Warehouse 

IN THE, GITY 

Lowest Insurance Rates. Separate Apartments* We Will 
Receive and Pack Goods Ourselves, Which Insures Careful Handling 



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I ALMOND AUTOMOBILE CO. 



J. J. ALMOND, Proprietor 

Storage, Repairing, Supplies • 



t| Day and Night Wholesale and Retail 



Metuchen, N. J. 



I J. F. BERNHARDT | 

I General Contractor of Carting, Grading, Exca- | 

I vating. Also Building Moving I 

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I 140 Ward St., Cor. Lcc Avenue and Talmadge Street |: 



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DIRECTORY 



OF 



NEW BRUNSWICK 

RLSO 

Highland Park, Nilltown, South River, Sayreville, South 

Amboy, Metuchen, and the Six Free 

Rural Delivery Routes. 



1909-10 



J. HEIDINGSFELD. Publisher 

C. E. HOWE CO., (Philadelphia.) Compilers 



NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 
Press of J. Heidingsfeld, 42 Albany St. 



{^County Public Ubraw 
' "• WoyneJndlano ' 

Table of Contents. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 133 

Banks and Savings Institution 15 

Building and Loan Associations 15 

Charitable Associations 16 

Churches and Pastors '. 17 

City Covernment 7 

Colleges and Seminaries 19 

College and Seminary Associations 21 

College and Seminary Buildings 20 

County Officers 12 

Courts 12 

Directories — 

New Brunswick Alphabetical 133 

New Brunswick Block 2i2> 

Business 421 

Highland Park 497 

Milltown 511 

South River 523 

Sayreville 549 

South Amboy 561 

Metuchen 620 

Rural Routes 640 

Fire Alarm System 11 

Fire Department 9 

Hospitals 21 

Insurance Companies 22 

Libraries 22 

Local Labor Unions 28 

Map of New Brunswick Back of title page 

Mails 13 

Police Department 9 

Post Offices in Middlesex County 13 

Private Schools 22 

Professional Cards 30, 31 

Public Schools 23 

Societies — Secret and Benevolent 23 

Societies — Miscellaneous 27 



Z299322 

Index to Advertisers. 



PAGE 

Abrams Walter N xxi 

Adrain Robert 30 

Artificial Stone Pavement Co xix 

Banker Edward xv 

Barnwell Richard F xi 

Bartholomew H. L xii 

Beam & Clare Bottom lines 

Bears Bros Top lines 

Bernhardt J. F Bottom lines and xxv 

Bing & De Armas Side lines in Block Directory 

Bond George H viii 

Booraem Theodore B 30 

Brower & Conover xvi 

Brown A. J xiii 

Bnttler H. V. & Co viii 

City Hotel xxxiii 

Collier (John) Ice and Coal Co xxxiv 

Cook Henry B -. 30 

Cosgrove Detective Agency Side lines 

Cowenhoven Charles T 30 

Cramer C. H xxi 

Crater W. K 181 

Cronk Manufacturing Co Bottom lines in Block Directory 

Daire & Son xiv 

Daly Peter F 30 

Edgar Bros xxix 

Edgar James A iv 

Elmendorf John E 30 

Elmwood Cemetery 203 

Empire Foundry Co viii 

Empire Trucking Co xxiv 

Empire Storage Co xxiv 

Enterprise Laundry Co Side lines and xii 

Evergreen Cemetery • 205 

Fink Fred xxxi 

Florance W. Edwin 30 

Friedman H 448 

Frisch George xix 

Gam.bol Robert xxviii 

Gebhardt A. J xviii 

Geitner Otto xvi 

Graham & McCormick Top lines 

G. A. & P. Tea Co Back cover 

Groch Harness Co xxviii 

Habedank Bros 232 

Hadkins Bottling Co xxxu 

Hagerty Thomas H 30 

Hamlin & Morrison Front cover 

Harding & Mansfield v 

Harding William F 2.2,7 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Heahman & Schneider xxii 

Heidingsfeld J xxii 

Hendricks John & Son xviii 

Herbert & Moke x 

Hicks Edward W 30 

Highland Park Coal Yard Side lines 

Highland Park Dairy Side lines 

Hingher Edward vi 

Hogan & Barnwell xvii 

Home Brewing Co Top lines in Block Directory 

Home News Top lines 

Horner Aaron E Bottom lines and xxxvi 

Hotel Milton x 

Hull & Rice 255 

Hullfish & Whitfield Top lines 

Huston & DeHart xiy 

Huston William J xxxiii 

Iredell Harvey 30 

Irvin Samuel xix 

Janeway & Co xxxvii 

Jet White Laundry Side lines 

Johnson & Johnson Top lines 

Johnson E. P xxxiv 

Kalteissen Peter xix 

Kirkpatrick J. Bayard Back cover 

Klein's Raritan House xx 

Lake Foot Rest Powder Top lines 

Landsberg Store xv 

Lederer & Son 277 

Leary William E xiv 

Lyons & Parker Bottom lines 

McCaffrey John xxxii 

McFadden M ix 

Manley Thomas A xxi 

Mansion House 296 

Massing M viii 

Merchant & Boylan Bottom lines 

Messeroll Charles H xiii 

Middlesex Granite and Marble Works xii 

Middlesex Hollow Concrete Building Block Co Top lines 

Middlesex Supply Co iii 

Middlesex Title Guarantee and Trust Co xxiii 

Miller F. E 305 

Miller F. W xxi 

Monigan John J Bottom lines 

Morrison & Blue xvi 

Mueller & New xxxi 

National Bank of New Jersey Front cover 

National Decorating Co ji 

Neverslip Manufacturing Co xxxviii 

New Brunswick Brewing Co xxxv 

New Brunswick Business College ii 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

New Brunswick Fire Insurance Co i 

New Brunswick Garage Bottom lines 

New Brunswick Hygienic Milk Co xiii 

New Brunswick Ice Co 132 

New Brunswick Iron and Metal Co xxvii 

New Brunswick Loan Co 317 

New Brunswick Mutual Fire Ins. Co Inside front cover 

New Brunswick Savings Institution Inside front cover 

New Brunswick Storage Warehouse Co Top lines 

New Jersey Tobacco Co : Bottom lines and xxx 

New Brunswick Times vii 

New Brunswick Trust Co , Back bone 

Nybo P xix 

Nyitray & Pokorny xxv 

O'Connor M xvii 

Oliver H. V. Contracting Co xxiii 

Olympia Confectionery xi 

Outcalt Jacob V xxxvi 

Parker Neilson T Front stencil and v 

Parsell George K xxx 

People's National Bank i 

Pette William H iv 

Plechner George J 31 

Provost Clarence Allen xxxvi 

Pustelnick N x 

Quackenboss William H xi 

Raritan House xx 

Reed Bros xxviii 

Relyea Edward S xxxjv 

Riciiter Conrad ix 

Rolfe Building Materials Co Bottom lines 

Rosner Conrad & Son xxix 

Ruck Fred xxxii 

Rule George B. xxxi 

Russell Charles W Inside back cover 

Saimders' Garage Bottom lines 

Scheidig Leonard xx 

Schenck Arthur V 31 

Schenck Warren R 31 

Scheuer & Bro xxix 

Sebolt Conrad xxvi 

Seiffert Bros xxxi 

Shuck S. J. & Sons xii 

Silzer George S 31 

Smith George D 368 

Sotiropulus George xi 

Stamm & Holzworth xxxii 

Stevenson Bornt 205 

Strong Alan H. and Theodore 31 

Strong Hardware Co Side lines 

Talley H. & Co Back cover 

Tallman & Ten Broeck xvi 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE 

Ten Eyck William W Side lines 

Thompson Frank B xxviii 

Times Publishing Co vii 

Tindell Charles E 31 

Towle George C xv 

Turner J. S xxii 

United Paint and Wall Paper Co Side lines 

United States Rubber Co iii 

Van Qeef James H 31 

Van Cleef Schuyler C 31 

Van Sickel William L xvii 

Voorhees Abram xiv 

Voorhees Louis A ii 

Wall John P Side lines 

Watrnan's Pharmacy Side lines 

Weigel Frederick 31 

Weigel John Jr Bottom lines 

Welsh P. M. xxxiii 

Wheatley A. & Co ix 

White Hall Hotel xxi 

Williams Paul F , Top lines 

Williamson D. D 412 

Witty W. C xxix 

Woodbridge & March 31 

Wright J. Brognard xvii 

Young P. J. Dry Goods Co Side lines 

Zimmerman B. Mrs xxvii 

Zimmerman H. B xviii 

MILLTOWN. 

Denhard's Union Hotel 5I3 

Richter Conrad 511 

SOUTH RIVER. 

Bissett A. W 525 

Bissett Forman C 525 

Fee John, Jr Side lines and 530 

Washington Hotel 547 

SAYREVILLE. 
Samsel B. F xx and 558 

SOUTH AMBOY. 
Central House 569 

METUCHEN. 

y\lmond Automobile Co xxv 

Bennett William A 621 

Cornish A. B 625 

Eggert George J 626 

Hillside Inn xxv 

Metuchen Home Laundry 632 

Metuchen Pharmacy 633 

Weber Charles C 620 



New Brunswick Local Record. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor — W. Edwin Florance. 

Alderman-at-Large — Frederick Weigel. 

Recorder — Edward J. Houghton. 

Judge of District Court — Edward W. Hicks. 

Attorney — Edwin C. McKeag. 

Assessors — ^Morris C. Ross. 

William H. Van Sickle, Jr. 

Lewis A. Board. 
Collector — W. Frank Parker. 
Treasurer — O. O. Stillman. 
Clerk of District Court — Lewis R. Hope. 
Clerk — James A. Morrison. 
Surveyor — Frederick C. Schneider. 
Street Commissioner — ^John T. Kemp. 
Commissioner of Sinking Fund — John N. Carpender. 
Chief of Police — Michael A. O'Connell. 
Chief of Fire Department — Harry Francis. 
Physician — E. Irving Cronk, M.D. 
Overseer of Poor — Samuel Shultise. 
Superintendent of Fire Alarm^ — James H. Warren. 
Steward of Poor Farm — John Breece. 
Building Inspector — William H. Felton. 
Weigher— G. H. Hullfish. 
Harbor Master — Henry Arbogast. 
Janitor — ^George Hubbard. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Charles Forman. Term expires 191 1. 
First Ward — Ferdinand Stahlin. Term expires 1910. 
Second Ward — Joseph J. Feaster. Term expires 191 1. 
Second Ward — Charles Tindell. Term expires 191 1. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 



Third Ward — Charles A. Oliver. Term expires 191 1. 
Third Ward — Fred. Tappen. Term expires 1910. 
Fourth Ward — CHfton G. Mott. Term expires 191 1. 
Fourth Ward — John H. Payton. Term expires 1910. 
Fifth Ward — Robert Kahrmann. Term expires 191 1. 
Fifth Ward — Fred Orpen. Term expires 1910. 
Sixth Ward — ^Vacant. 

Sixth Ward — James Curran. Term expires 1910. 
President — Alderman-at-Large, Frederick Weigel. 
Regular meeting on first Monday evening of each month. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

President — James A. Morrison. 

Vice-President — Charles E. Tindell. 

Secretary — Morris Bauer. 

Superintendent of Schools — William C. Armstrong. 

Members— Charles E. Tindell, H. B. Zimmerman, Dr. El- 
don L. Loblein, John A. ]\Ianley, Joseph H. Ridgeway, Robert 
W. Watson, Leshe P. Johnson, Isidore P. Hirsh, George B. 
Van Sickle, Harry G. Burton. 

Regular meeting first Wednesday of each month. 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

President — Fred B. Kilmer. 

Secretary and Inspector — Benjamin Gutmann. 

Counsel — E. C. McKeag. 

Treasurer— H. B. Willis. 

Members — ^Prof. Francis C. Van Dyck, Dr. A. L. Smith, 
Dr. E. Irving Cronk, City Physician, ex-ofificio ; James A. Mor- 
rison, City Clerk, ex-officio ; W. H. Van Deursen and George 
Frisch, Deputy Inspectors. 

Meets second Wednesday in each month. 



BOARD OF EXCISE COMMISSIONERS. 

Chairman — ^John E. Elmendorf. 

Members — Charles D. Deshler, James. D. Anderson. 

Clerk — James A. Morrison. 

Meets first Tuesday in each month. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 



POLICE STATION. 

George street, near Schureman. 

Chief— Michael A. O'Connell. 

Day Sergeant — John CHnton. 

Night Sergeant — Joseph P. Kelly. 

Detective — George Dunn. 

Officers — Elias Delanov, William Reed, Frank Campbell, 
Charles Jackson, John Vleit, Ferd Van Deursen, Thomas 
Dwyer, James Hardy. John Wilcox, James Wright, John Witt, 
Luke Lyons, John Gleason. 

WATER COMMISSIONERS. 

President — William Schlessinger. 

Vice-President — John E. Elmendorf. 

Secretary — T. Henry Rastall. 

Treasurer and Sunerintendent — Jacob H. Whitfield. 

Clerk— Alfred P. Rastall. 

Members — William Schlessinger, John E. Elmendorf, Fred 
Schussler, Frank E. Watson, Leslie P. Johnson, T. Henry 
Rastall. 

Office — 43 Paterson street. 

Regular meeting, second Monday in each month. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

OFFICERS. 

Chief Engineer — ^Harry Francis. 
1st Asst. — Louis Sass. 2nd Asst. — H. F. Rappleyea. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm — ^James H. Warren. 

Washington Engine Company No. i. — Foreman, Walter E. 

Sanderson ; Assistant, Charles Davison ; Secretary, John H. 

]\Taeley; Treasurer, Arthur O'Neill. House, Burnet street, 

near New. 
Washington Hose Company No. i. — Foreman, Benjamin Reed. 

Hook and Ladder Company No. i. — Foreman, John Van Der- 
veer ; Assistant, Dunham Randolph ; Secretary, Elmer O. 
Smith ; Treasurer, R. T. Holman. House, George street, 
near Schureman. 



10 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

Liberty Hose Company No. i. — Foreman, Charles H. Smith; 
First Assistant, Robert C. Smith ; Second Assistant, John 
Bartholomew ; Secretary, William Mayo ; Financial Secre- 
tary, Frank C. Latham ; Treasurer, Charles F. Randolph. 
House, George street, near Schureman. 

Neptune Engine Company No. 2 — Foreman, John J. Gillings; 
Assistant. Wilham O. White ; Corresponding Secretary, F. 
D. Harding ; Financial Secretary, Thomas Barnwell. 
House, New street, near Codwise avenue. 

Neptune Hose Company No. 2 — Foreman William Pfeiffer. 

Phoenix Engine Company No. 3 — Foreman, Morris Bauer ; 
Assistant, L. C. MacAvoy ; Secretary, W. H. Wagener; 
Financial Secretary, Charles Van Arsdale; Treasurer, 
Joseph Cook. House, Dennis street, near Hiram. 

Phoenix Hose Company No. 3 — Foreman, Edward Van Dorn. 

Raritan Engine Company No. 4 — Foreman, John Ludwig; 
First Assistant, Joseph Doyle ; Recording Secretary, Wil- 
liam P. C. Rappleyea ; Financial Secretary, Charles T. 
Brower. House, Remsen avenue, corner Suydam. 

Raritan Hose Company No. 4 — Foreman, Henry P. Doyle. 

Protection Engine Company No. 5 — Foreman, W. E. Master- 
son ; First Assistant, George Shebil ; Second Assistant, 
Abram Thompson ; Secretary, Charles Orpen ; Recorder, E. 
J. Houghton. House, Wall street, opposite P. R. R. Depot. 

Protection Hose Company No. 5 — Foreman, Jeremiah Rule. 

Hibern.ia Engine Company No. 6 — Foreman, E. J. Masterson ; 
First Assistant, E. J. Fox ; Recording Secretary, Peter J. 
Clickner ; Financial Secretary, H. B. Dunn. House, Easton 
avenue and Stone street. 

Hibernia Hose Company No. 6 — Foreman, John Conlin. 

Highland Park Fire Department. 
House, Raritan avenue, H. P. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 11 

THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC FIRE ALARM SYSTEM. 

Number of box indicates location of fire. 

One or three strokes of the bell indicates break in line or test. 

Five strokes of the bell denotes fire out or under control. 

Three threes (3 — 3 — 3) is a general alarm : all companies will respond. 

The test signal (three strokes) is given every night at 6.30 o'clock. 

The alarm must be sent from the box nearest the fire. No alarm must 

be given for a fire outside the city limits. 
Keys may be obtained at the places designated upon the painted signs 
placed under each fire alarm box. 

LOCATION OF BOXES. 
24 — Steamboat Dock. 
25 — Neilson and Hassart streets. 
27 — Commercial avenue and Burnet street. 
28 — ^Commercial avenue and George street. 
29 — New and Burnet streets. 
34 — Richmond and Neilson streets. 
36 — Hiram and Burnet streets. 
38 — ^Albany and Little Burnet streets. 
43 — Water and Somerset streets.* 
45 — Hamilton and Neilson streets. 
46 — Washington and Neilson streets. 
47 — Church and Neilson streets. 
49 — Albany and George streets. 
54 — Throop avenue and Suydam street. 
56 — Livingston avenue and George street. 
58— Remsen avenue and George street. 
59 — Redmond street and Lee avenue. 
62 — Sandford street and Commercial avenue. 
63 — Throop avenue and Hale street. 
6,S — 'Lee avenue and Handy street. 
6'] — 'Livingston avenue and Suydam street. 
68 — Codwise avenue and Sandford street. 
^2 — Codwise avenue and Handy street. 
73 — Codwise avenue and Redmond street. 
75 — 'Schuyler and Paterson streets. 
82 — French and New streets. 
83 — Somerset and Harvey streets. 
84 — French street and Jersey avenue. 
8,t; — Sandford street and Jersey avenue. 
86 — Hartwell and Hamilton streets. 
87 — Somerset and Division streets. 
93 — Easton avenue and Prosper street. 
95 — ^Guilden and Courtlandt streets. 
96 — College avenue and Mine street. 
97 — Senior and Sicard streets. 
98 — Somerset street and Easton avenue. 



12 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

County Clerk — John H. Conger. 

Deputy Clerk— Robert W. Helm. 

Surrogate — Peter F. Daly. 

Deputy Surrogate — D. W. Clayton. 

Sheriff — William H. Quackenboss. 

Deputy Sheriff — Edward H. Houghton. 

Prosecutor of the Pleas — ^Theodore B. Booraem. 

Collector — H. Raymond Groves. 

Solicitor — ^Alan H. Strong. 

Physician — J. L. Suydam. 

Coroners — J. H. Beekman. 

Ferdinand Garretson. 

John V. Hubbard. 
Senator — ^George S. Silzer. 
County Engineer — M. F. Larson. 

BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS. 

Frank H. Pownall, Jamesburg (Director). 

George S. Bunting, New Brunswick R. F. D. No. 2. 

William T. Stacey, Perth Amboy. 

William Dey, South Amboy. 

Alpheus L. Mundy, New Brunswick. 

Qerk — Irving Demarest, Seawaren. 

COURTS. 

Supreme and Circuit. 
Fourth District — Hon. James J. Bergen. 

Middlesex County — ist Tuesday in April, 3d Tuesday in Sep- 
tember and rst Tuesday in December. 
Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions — Judge, Hon. 

Adrian Lyon. 
Court of Quarter Sessions meets Tuesday in each week at 

Court House. John H. Conger, Clerk ; Edward Hayes, 

Sergeant-at-Arms. 
Orphans' Court and Court of Common Pleas meet Friday at 

Court House. 
District Court of the City of New Brunswick, 389 George 

street. Edward W. Hicks, Judge ; Lewis R. Hope, Clerk. 
Regular Court days Mondays and Thursdays. Court opens 

at 10 A. M. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 



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POST OFFICE. 

Charles W. Russell, Postmaster. 

NAMES OF THE POST OFFICES IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY, 
AND TOWNSHIPS IN WHICH LOCATED. 



POST OFFICES. 


TOWNSHIPS. 




POST OFFICES. 


TOWNSHIPS. 


Applcgarth.R.F.D. 


Monroe 


Metuchen 


Raritan 


Avenal 


Woodbridge 




Milltown 


East Brunswick 


Browntown,R.F.D. 


Madison 




Monmouth June. 


South Brunswick 


Carteret 


Woodbridge 




New Brunswick 




Cheesequakes 


Madison 




New Market 


Piscataway 


Chrome 


Woodbridge 




Oak Tree 


Raritan 


Colonia 


Woodbridge 




Old Bridge 


East Brunswick 


Cranbury 


Cranbury 




Parlin 


Sayreville 


Cranbury Station 
Dayton 


Cranbury 

South Brunswick 




Perth Amboy 
Plainsboro 






Cranbury 


Deans 


South Brunswick 




Port Reading 


Woodbridge 


Dunellen 


Piscataway 




Prospect Plains 


Monroe 


Fords 


Woodbridge 




Sayreville 


Sayreville 


Franklin Park 


South Brunswick 




Sewaren 


Woodbridge 


Helmetta 


East Brunswick 




South Amboy 


South Amboy 


Iselin 


Woodbridge 




South Plainfield 


Piscataway 


Jameshiirg 
Keasbey 


Monroe 




South River 


East Brunswick 


Woodbridge 




Spotswood 


East Brunswick 


Lincoln 


Piscataway 




Stelton 


Raritan 


Maurers 


Woodbridge 




Woodbriage 


Woodbridge 


Menlo Park 


Raritan 









ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. 

March 3d, 1909. 

Jersey City, New York, Eastern States and all points on the 
D. L. & W., New Jersey Central and Northern N. J. Rail- 
roads—Arrive at 7 and 9 A. M. ; 2, 5 and 6 P. M.' Close 
at 7.30, 9.45 and 12 M. ; 1.15, 3.45, 4.30, 7 and 10 P. M. 

Newark, N. J.^Arrive at 7, 9 A. M., 2 and 6 P. M. Close at 
7.30, 10.15 and 12 M. ; 1.15, 3.45, 7 and 10 P. M. 

Points on the New York and Long Branch Railroad — Arrive 
at 7 and 9 A. M., 2 and 6 P. M. Close at 7.30, 9.45, 12 M. ; 
3, 3.45, 4.30, ..7 and 10 P. M. 

Elizabeth and Perth Amboy — Arrive at 7 and 9 A. M. ; 2 and 
6 P. M. Close at 7.30 A. M. and 12 M., 3.45, 4.30, 7 and 
10 P. M. 

Rah way and Woodbridge — Arrive at 7 and 9 A. M. ; 2 and 6 
P. M. Close at 7.30 A. M. and 12 M. ; 3.45, 4.30, 7 and 10 
P. M. 

Stelton and Metuchen — ^Arrive at 5 A. M., 2 and 6 P. M. 
Close at 7.30 A. M. and 12 M. ; 3.45 P. M. 

Washington. D. C. and all Southern States — Arrive at 7 and 

9 A. M. ; 2 and 6 P. M. Close at 7.30 A. M. and 12 M., and 

10 P. M. 



14 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

Trenton only^ A. M. 

Newark only — 10.15 A. M. and 1.15 P. M. 

Pittsburg and Western States — Arrive at 7 A. M., 2 and 
6 P. M. Close at 7.30 A. M., 12 M., 4.45 and 10 P. M. 

Trenton and Philadelphia and South Jersey and all points on 
Belvidere Division and Camden and Amboy Railroad — Ar- 
rive at 7 and 9 A. M., 2 and 6 P. M. Close at 7.30 and 12 
M. ; 4.30 and 10 P. M. 

Pittsburg-, Philadelphia and South Jersey — Close at 6.30 P. M. 

Deans, Franklin Park, Monmouth Junction, Kingston, Rocky 
Hill and Princeton — Arrive at 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. Close 
at 7.30 A. M., 12 M. and 4.30 P. M. 

Middlebush, Millstone, East Millstone, Hillsborough and 
Blackwell's Mills — Arrive at 9 A. M. Close at 7.25 A. M. 
and 5.30 P. M. 

South River, Sayreville and South Amboy — Arrive at 10.30 
A. M. and 6.30 P. M. Close at 10.15 A. M. ; 3 and 10 P. M. 

Sayreville Only— Arrive at 8 P. M. Close at 6.15 A. M. 

Milltown — Arrive at 9 A. M. and 12 M., 5 and 8 P. M. Close 
at 6.45, 9.45, 3 and 6.40 P. M. 

Foreign and Canada Mails close with New York Mails. 

Mails open Sunday at 9. A. M. ; -close at 6 P. M. 

Office Hours— From 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday, from 9 to 
10 A. M. 

Legal Holidays — Office open from 7 to 10, A. M. Mails re- 
ceived and dispatched as usual. 

Charles W. Russell, Postmaster. 

Stamp Window— Office open from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. 

Register Department— Open from 7.30 to 6 P. M. 

Money Order Department — Open from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. 

Stamp Window, Sunday — Open from 9 to 10 A. M. 

Carriers' Delivery Window — Open from 9 to 10 A. M. 

Sunday Mail — Arrive at 9 A. M. ; close at 6 P. M. 

All letter boxes in the city collected at 4 P. M. 
RURAL FREE DELIVERY. 
Route I — John E. Perdun, Carrier. 
Route 2 — Walter S. MacDonald, Carrier. 
Route 3 — Edward W. Crenning, Carrier. 
Route 4 — Thomas Pearce, Carrier. 
Route 5 — John F. Burns, Carrier. 
Route 6—]. H. Rastall, Carrier. 
For description of these routes and further information, see 

Rural Routes (Table of Contents). 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 15 

* BANDS. 

Bohn's Band, D. M. Bohn, leader, 7 Delafield. 
Knoll's Band, Frank Knoll, leader, 136 Suydam. 
Union Band, Frank Jefferies, leader, 60 Albany. 

BANKS. 

National Bank of New Jersey. Church street, corner Neilson. 
Organized in 1854. Re-chartered in 1884. Capital, $250,- 
000. Surplus, $250,000. Undivided Profits, $150,000. Pres- 
ident, Henry G. Parker; Vice-Presidents, V. M. W. Suy- 
dam and P. H. Wyckoff ; Assistant Cashier, Lyle Van Nuis. 

New Brunswick Savings Institution. George street, corner 
Church. Chartered in 185 1. President, Nicholas G. Rut- 
gers; Vice-President, Benjamin F. Flo well ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Charles A. Dunham ; Assistant Secretary, How- 
ard C. Rule. 

New Brunswick Trust Co. (The). 352 George street. Char- 
tered in 1902. President, James Deshler ; Vice-Presidents, 
John C. Eisele and John H. Conger; Secretary and Treas- 
urer, A. J. Jones ; Asst. Secretary and Treasurer, J. V. D. 
Mershon. Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $125,000. 

People's National Bank. George street, corner Church. Char- 
tered in 1887. Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 
$125,000. President, Benjamin F. Howell; Cashier, T. Ely 
Schanck. 

BOAKD OF TRADE. 

Henry G. Parker, President; George A. Viehmann, ist 
Vice-President ; Henry Landsberg, 2d Vice-President ; J. C. 
Matlack, 3d Vice-President ; Charles A. McCormick, Treas- 
urer ; F. M. Yorston, Secretary. 

Cliainnoi of Committees: — Manufacturing, Charles A. Mc- 
Cormick ; Legislation, J. C. Matlack ; Education, Dr. A. L. 
Smith ; Trade and Transportation, W. R. Reed ; Membership, 
P. P. Runyon ; Retail Merchants, A. W. Wolfson ; Fire 
Flazard Affairs, Geo. A. Viehmann ; Municipal Affairs, Henry 
G. Parker ; Charities, Endowments, T. E. Schanck. 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Highland Park Building and Loan Association, 349 George 
street and Raritan avenue corner First avenue, H. P. Meets 
every second Tuesday of each month. James A. Edgar, 
Secretary. 



16 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

Homestead Building and Loan Association. Organized May, 
1886. President, Henry B. Zimmerman; Secretary, W. F. 
Parker; Treasurer, L. Totten; Solicitor, C. H. Runyon. 
Office, 381 George street. Meeting, third Wednesday in 
each month at 381 George street. New series every six 
months. 

Provident Building and Loan Association. Organized June, 
1894. President, Howard V. Buttler; Treasurer, T. Ely 
Schanck; Secretary, E. B. Wyckoff; Solicitor, Theodore B. 
Booraem. Office, Room 2, People's Bank Building. Meets 
last Friday of each month. 

Second Merchants' Building and Loan Association. Organ- 
ized 1895. President, Henry A. Hull; Treasurer, J. Bayard 
Kirkpatrick; Secretary, Charles A. Schenck. Office, 356 
George street. Meets third Wednesday in each month. 

Second People's Building and Loan Association. Organized 
February, 1891. President, Samuel C. Gowen ; Treasurer, 
A. Viehmann ; Secretary, Edward Tindell ; Solicitor, C. H. 
Runyon. Office, Baldwin Building. Meeting, third Thurs- 
day of each month at Baldwin Building. New series each 
year. 

Security Building and Loan Association. Organized 18891. 
President, B. U. Tapken ; Treasurer ; A. T. Landmesser ; 
Secretary, D. D. Williamson; Solicitor, W. E. Florance. 
Office, 413 George street. Meeting, last Thursday in each 
month. 

Second Workingmen's Building and Loan Association. Or- 
ganized August, 1895. Vice-President, James J. McClus- 
key ; Treasurer, Alfred V. Harding; Secretary, Patrick 
Hagerty. Office, 40 Paterson street. Meeting, third Tues- 
day in each month. 

Young Men's Building and Loan Association. Organized 
1909. President, John W. Conger ; Vice-President, Wil- 
liam O. Pettit; Secretary, Alfred P. Rastall; Treasurer, 
Robert J. Smith; Solicitor Arthur V. Schenck. Meeting, 
first Thursday in every month. Office, 43 Paterson street. 

CHARITABLE ASSOCIATIONS. 

Charity Organization Society of New Brunswick. Emma 
Cook, Secretary ; Caroline D. Case, Agent. Established 
October, 1884, for the promotion of whatever tends to the 
permanent improvement of the condition of the poor; first, 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 17 

by aiding and directing those who have gifts to bestow, and 
second by suppressing professional begging by preventing 
indiscriminate giving. Office at 20 Bayard street. 

Children's Industrial Home. Prof. Chas. E. Hart, D.D., 
President ; Mrs. E. R. Payson, Recording Secretary. Estab- 
lished in 1877 under the name of "Industrial Home for 
Girls." Changed to its present nahie and location about 
1885. Object: To receive orphans and homeless children 
of both sexes under ten years of age, and to care and pro- 
vide for them until they come of age. Home, 190 Somerset 
street, corner Scott. Controlled by a Directorate of twenty- 
> seven ladies and gentlemen. Matron, Mrs. Annie Jordan. 

Dorcas Society and Day Nursery. Established 1813. Meets 
at 14 French street. 

Middlesex County District Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Animals. 413 George street. Paul F. Williams, 
Secretary. 

Middlesex County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 
Children. 26 Union street. Rev. M. H. Hutton, Presi- 
dent; Robert Blauvelt, Secretary. 

St. Mary's Orphan Asylum (Roman Catholic). Diocese of 
Trenton. Founded 1883. Easton avenue, opposite Hunt- 
ington street. Under charge of Sisters of St. Francis. 

Visiting Nurse Association. Dispensary, 88 Schureman street. 
Open daily from 12 to i P. M. 

CHURCHES. 

Baptist. 

Baptist Chapel, Raritan avenue corner Second avenue, H. P. 

Ebenezer Baptist (Colored). Lee avenue near Comstock. 
Organized 1876. 

First Baptist. -George corner Bayard. Organized 1810. Ac- 
commodation, 900. 

Livingston Avenue Baptist Church. Livingston avenue corner 
Welton. Rev. Albert D. Sears, pastor. 

Memorial Baptist Sunday School. High near Somerset. 

Hebrew. 

Ahvas Achim Synagogue. Richmond near Dennis. 
Anshe Emeth Reformed Jewish Temple. 49 Albany. Organ- 
ized 1840. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 



Luthermi. 
Evangelical Lutheran Emanuel (German). Kirkpatrick, cor. 
New. . Organized 1878. Rev. John A. Dewald, pastor. 
Accommodation, 500. 

Methodist Episcopal 

First Methodist Episcopal. George corner Liberty. Organ- 
ized 181 1. Pastor, Rev. J. W. Marshall. Accommodation, 
1,200. 

Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal (Colored). 25I/2 Division 
street. Organized 1827. Pastor, Rev. A. A. Collins. 

Pitman Methodist Episcopal. George corner Oliver. Organ- 
ized 1 85 1. Pastor, Rev. J. Herbert Belting. Accommoda- 
tion, 600. 

St. James Methodist Episcopal. Hamilton cor. Easton avenue. 
Presbyterian. 

First Presbyterian. George corner Paterson. Organized 
about 1726. Pastor, Rev. W. W. Knox, D.D. Accommo- 
dation, 1,000. 

Magyar Evan. Ref. Presbyterian. Pastor, Paul F. Hambor- 
szky. 

Protestant Episcopal. 

Christ Episcopal. Neilson corner Church. Organized 1742. 
Pastor, Rev. E. B. Joyce. Accommodation, 600. 

St. John the Evangelist Church. 181-189 George. Rev. 
Charles E. Phelps, rector emeritus. Rev. Edward W. Hall, 
Rector. 

Reformed. 

First Reformed. Neilson head of Hiram. Organized about 
1717. Pastor, Rev. P. Theodore Pockman. Accommoda- 
tion, 1,200. 

Highland Park Reformed. Second avenue corner Magnolia 
avenue. Rev. T. Chalmers Easton, pastor. 

St. John's German Reformed. Albany corner George. Or- 
ganized 1861. Pastor, Rev. M. H. Qual. Accommodation, 
500. 

Second Reformed. George corner Albany. Organized 1843. 
Pastor, Rev. Mancius H. Hutton. Accommodation, 1,000. 

Suydam Street Reformed. Suydam corner Drift. Organized 
1884. Pastor, Rev. Alan D. Campbell. Accommodation, 
500. 

Third Reformed (German). Guilden street. Accommodation, 
200. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 19 

Roman Catholic. 

Church of the Sacred Heart. Throop avenue corner Suydam. 
Organized 1883. Accommodation, 800. 

St. John the Baptist (German). Neilson near Carman. Or- 
ganized 1865. Pastor, Rev. Joseph F. Keuper. Accommo- 
dation, 400. 

St. Ladislaus Church (Hungarian). 213 Somerset. Pastor, 
Rev. John N. Szeneczey. 

St. Peter's. Somerset near George. Organized 1830. Pastor, 
Rt. Rev. Monsignor J. A. O'Grady. Accommodation, 1,500. 

Salvation Army. 
Salvation Army Headquarters, 135 Neilson street. Edward J. 
Atkinson, adjt. 

Volunteers of America. 
Volunteers of America. Headquarters, 24 Peace street. 

MISSIONS. 

Colored Mission — 98 Lee avenue. 

Wray's Memorial Mission — Burnet below Bishop. 

Throop Avenue Mission — Throop avenue, near Hale street. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Theological Seminary of the Reformed (Dutch) Church in 
America. Organized in 1784 in New York City and re- 
moved to New Brunswick in 1810, and to its present loca- 
tion in 1856. Governed by the General Synod of the Re- 
formed Church in America. The Rev. J. Preston Searle, 
D.D., President of the Faculty. 

Rutgers College. Founded in 1766 as Queen's College. 
Called Rutgers College since 1825 and including Rutgers 
Scientific School since 1864. Governed by a Board of Trus- 
tees. The Rev. W. H. S. Demarest, D.D., President; Irving 
S. Upson, A.M., Treasurer and Registrar. 

Rutgers College Preparatory School. Founded in 1766. Su- 
pervised by the Trustees of Rutgers College. Myron T. 
Scudder, Ph.D., Head Master. 

New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. 
State Station. Established 1880. Stafif : Edward B. Voorhees, 
Sc.D., Director; Irving S. Upson, A.M., Secretary and 
Treasurer; Irving E. Quackenboss, Clerk; Charles S. Cath- 



20 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD, 

cart, M.Sc, Chemist; Vincent M. Carberry, Clarence L. 
Pfersch, B.Sc, Leon A. Congdon, B.Sc, Assistant Chem- 
ists; Lester H. Wilhamson, Sample: and Assistant; John 
B. Smith, Sc.D., Entomologist; Maurice A. Blake, B.Sc, 
Horticulturist; Arthur J. Farley, B.Sc, Assistant Horticul- 
turist; Frederick C. Minckler, B.S.A., Animal Husbandman; 

D. Manley Jobbins, Greenhouse Assistant; George B. 
Thresher, Field Assistant; Walter W. Shute, Farm Fore- 
man. 

Agricultural College Station. Established 1888. Staff: Ed- 
ward B. Voorhees, ScD., Director; Irving S. Upson, A.M., 
Chief Clerk; Julius Nelson, Ph.D., Biologist; Byron D. 
Halsted, ScD., Botanist and Horticulturist; Earle J. Owen, 
B.Sc, Assistant in Horticulture; B. H. Alfred Groth, Ph.D., 
Plant Physiologist; Nahum D. Shore, B.Sc, Assistant in 
Plant Breeding; John B. Smith, ScD., entomologist; Jacob 
G. Lipman, Ph.D., Soil Chemist and Bacteriologist; Percy 

E. Brown, B.Sc, and Irving L. Owen, B.Sc, Assistant 
Chemists. 

COLLEGE AND SEMINARY BUILDINGS. 

Alumni and Faculty House. Erected 1841-1842; eastern end 
of Queen's Campus. 

Ceramics Building. Erected 1902; College avenue. 

Daniel S. Schanck Observatory. Erected 1865 ; eastern end of 
Queen's Campus. 

Engineers Building. Erected 1908; Neilson Campus. 

Gardner A. Sage Library. Erected 1874-1875; western part 
of Seminary Campus. 

Geological Hall. Erected 1871 ; western part of Queens Cam- 
pus. 

New Jersey Hall. The Laboratory for the Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station. Erected 1888-1889; Neilson Campus. 

Peter Hertzog Hall. Erected 1856; centre of Seminary Cam- 
pus, with lecture rooms and dormitories. 

Queen's College. Erected in 1808-1809; centre of Queens 
Campus. Ofifice of the Registrar and Treasurer. 

Ralph Voorhees Library Building. Erected 1902-1903 ; Neil- 
son Campus. 

Robert F. Ballantine Gymnasium. Erected 1893-1894; Neil- 
son Campus. 

Sophia Astley Kirkpatrick Chapel and Library. Erected 1872 ; 
eastern part of Queens Campus. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECOIiD. 21 

Suydam Hall. Erected 1873 ; eastern part of Seminary Place. 
Contains lecture room, chapel, museum and gymnasium. 

Van Nest Hall. Erected 1845 I northwest corner Queens Cam- 
pus. 

Winants Hall. The Dormitory; erected 1890; western end of 
Queens Campus. 

COLLEGE AND SEMINARY ASSOCIATIONS. 

Alumni Association of Rutgers College. Organized 1832. 
Anniversary Commencement Day. 

Phi Beta Kappa Society. Founded 1776. Rutgers Chapter 
"Alpha of New Jersey." Established 1869. 

Rutgers Athletic Association. Established 1877. Having 
authority over foot-ball and general college athletic sports, 
including Rutgers Base-Ball Association. Organized i860. 

Rutgers College Y. M. C. A. Organized 1829, to aid the 
parent society. Professors and students of the College are 
members. 

Rutgers Greek Letter Fraternities. Delta Phi, 1845 ; Zeta Psi, 
1848; Delta Upsilon, 1858; Delta Kappa Epsilon, 1861 ; Chi 
Phi, 1868; Chi Psi, 1879; Beta Theta Pi, 1879; Gamma 
Sigma, 1904. 

Society of Inquiry. Organized by the students of the Theo- 
logical Seminary in 181 1, for the object of advancing the 
cause of Missions. Anniversary in May. 

Students' Volunteer Society. Organized for the study of 
Missions by the students of the Theological Seminary. 
Holds weekly meetings. 

Targum Association. Managed by the students of the Col- 
lege. PubHshers of "The Targum." Established 1869. 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS. 

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey. 130 Albany. 
Trenton and New Brunswick Traction Co. 129 Albany. 

HOSPITALS. 

John Wells Memorial Hospital. Erected in 1889, at the junc- 
tion of Somerset and Albany streets. Medical Staff: Drs. 
F. M. Donohue, D. C. English, C. V. Buttler, Laurence 
Runyon, J. P. Schureman, H. H. Voorhees, H. G. Cooke, 
Benjamin Guttman, F. E. Riva, A. L. Smith. Matron, Miss 
Cecelia Jacobs. 



22 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

Parker Home for Incurables. Erected 1907. Easton avenue 
and Landing lane. Medical Staff : Drs. A. L. Smith, James 
E. Schureman, Howard C. Voorhees, E. Irving Cronk and 
Laurence Runyon. 

St. Peter's General Hospital. Somerset street corner Harden- 
bergh. In charge of Sisters of Charity (The Grey Nuns of 
Montreal). Medical Staff: Drs. F. M. Donohue, F. E. Riva, 
J. W. Rice, C. V. Buttler, P. A. Shannon, Laurence Run- 
yon, Howard Voorhees, William Condon and B. M, How- 
ley (specialist). 

mSURANCE COMPANIES. 

New Brunswick Fire Insurance Co. Organized December, 
1826. Office, 40 Paterson street. President, George A. 
Viehmann; Vice-President, D. L. Morrison; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Charles D. Ross. 

New Brunswick Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Organized 1846. 
Office, 393 George street. President, W. E. Florance ; Vice- 
President, John S. Stewart; Secretary, J. W. Helm. 

LIBRARIES. 

New Brunswick Public Library and Reading Room. 60 
Livingston avenue. Erected 1903. Contains 26,000 vol- 
umes. Open from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Librarian, Miss Cor- 
nelia A. See. 

The Gardner A. Sage Library. Reorganized 1873. In Sage 
Library Building, belonging to the Theological Seminary. 
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 12.30 p. m., and from 2 to 4.30 
p. m. Librarian, John C. Van Dyke, L.H.D. 48,000 vol- 
umes and 8,000 pamphlets. 

Rutgers College Library. In the Ralph F. Voorhees Library 
Building, Hamilton street, near Bleecker Place. Open dur- 
ing the week to students. Librarian, G. A. Osborn. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Rice Industrial Literary Institute, no Comstock. Ella M. 

Rice, principal. 
Sacred Heart Parochial School (Roman Cathohc). Suydam 

street, corner Commercial avenue. In charge of Sisters of 

Charity. 
St. Agnes' Academy (Roman Catholic). Somerset street, near 

Division. In charge of Sisters of Charity. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 23 

St. John the Baptist (Roman CathoHc). Neilson street, near 

Carman. In charge of Sisters of Charity. 
St. Ladislaus School (Hungarian R. C), Parochial. Boys and 

Girls. 213 Somerset. 
St. Peter's School (Roman Catholic). Somerset street, corner 

Division. In charge of Sisters of Charity. 
The Misses Anable's Young Ladies' Seminary. 66 Bayard 

street. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

County Superintendent — H. Brewster Willis, of New Bruns'k. 

City Superintendent — Prof. William Clinton Armstrong. 

The Public Schools were established in New Brunswick in 
1851. 

Bayard School. Erected 1852. Bayard street, near George. 
Grammar and Primary departments. Miss Katherine Mc- 
Laughlin, principal. 

Highland Park School. Benner and Second avenues. High- 
land Park. 

Lord Stirling School. Erected 1899. Carman, Neilson and 
Abeel streets. Primary department. Miss Sarah O. Whit- 
lock, principal. 

Lincoln School. Guilden street. Erected 1873. Primary de- 
partment and one Grammar grade. Miss Grace March, prin- 
cipal. 

Livingston High School. Erected 1875. Livingston avenue, 
Redmond and Welton streets. High, Grammar and Primary 
departments. High department, Henry Miller, principal; 
Primary department. Miss Cornelia Schroeder, principal. 

Nathan Hale School. Erected 1894. Hale street, near Com- 
mercial avenue. Primary department. Miss Cecelia Boudi- 
not, principal. 
Washington School. Erected 1899. French street, cor. Louis, 
Grammar and Primary departments. Miss Eleanor Lott, 
principal. 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians. 

Division No. 5. Meets ist Monday in each month at Wash- 
ington street, corner George. 

Division No. 10. Meets 3d Tuesday in each month at Wash- 
ington street, corner George. 



24 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

Ancient Order United Workmen. 

Raritan Lodge, No. 6. Meets ist and 3d Monday evenings 
in each month at People's National Bank Building. 

Benevolent Protective Order of Elks. 

New Brunswick Lodge, No. 324. Meets Thursday evenings, 
at Elk's Hall, 130 Albany street. 

Foresters of America. 

Court Goodwill, No. 80. Meets ist and 3d Monday evenings 
in each month at Eagle's Hall. 

Court Marion, No. 84. Meets 2d and 4th Monday evenings 
in each month at Eagle's Hall. 

Court Middlesex, No. 74. Meets ist and 3d Tuesday even- 
ings in each month at Eagle's Hall. 

Court New Brunswick, No. 40. Meets ist and 3d Thursday 
evenings in each month at Eagle's Hall. 

Lady Foresters. Meets 2d and 4th Friday evenings in each 
month at Viehmann Building. 

Fraternal Order of Eagles. 

New Brunswick Aerie, No. 1329. Meets at Eagle's Hall 2d 
and 4th Tuesday evenings in each month at Eagle's Hall. 

Grand Army of the Republic. 

Boggs-Janeway Post, No. 67. Meets every alternate Wed- 
nesday evening at G. A. R. Hall. 

Phil Kearney Camp, No. 20, S. of V. Meets ist and 3d Mon- 
days in each month at G. A. R. Hall. 

Women's Relief Corps, No. 2. Meets 2d and 4th Saturday 
evenings in each month at G. A. R. Hall. 

/. O. B. B. 
Boaz Lodge, No. 191. Meets the ist Sunday in each month 
at Anshe Emeth Reformed Jewish Temple, 49 Albany street. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

Deutche Frauen Rebekah Lodge, No. 43. Meets 2d and 4th 
Monday evenings in each month at 32 Albany street. 

Helvetia Lodge, No. 71. Meets Tuesday evenings at ^2 Al- 
bany street. 

Lady Wildey Rebecca Degree Lodge, No. 38. Meets 2d and 
4th Saturdays in each month at Odd FelloAVs' Hall. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 25 

Middlesex Encampment, No. 43. Meets 2d and 4th Friday 
evening's in each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

New Brunswick Lodge, No. 6. Meets Monday evenings at 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Palestine Encampment, No. 25. Meets ist and 3d Monday 
evnings in each month at 32 Albany street. 

Independent Order of Red Men. 

Ahander Tribe, No. 182. Organized 1893. Meets every Fri- 
day evening in each month at Eagle's Hall. 

Ahwaga Haymakers' Association, No. 88^. Meets every 2d 
and 4th Tuesday evening in each month at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Ahwaga Tribe, No. 88. Organized 1866. Meets ist and 3d 
Tuesday evenings in each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Onomoo Tribe, No. 240. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday even- 
ing's in each month at Viehmann Building. 

Pocohontas Council, No. 18, D. of P. Meets 2d and 4th Wed- 
nesday evenings in each month at Viehmann Building-. 

Knights of Columbus. 

Knights of Columbus. Organized 1897. Meets ist and 3d 
Wednesday evenings in each month at 40 Bayard street. 

Knights of Pythias. 

Friendship Lodge, No. 30. Instituted i860. Meets Wednes- 
day evenings at People's National Bank Building. 

F"riendship Temple, No. 10, Pythian Sisters. Meets ist and 
3d Friday evenings in each month at G. A. R. Hall. 

Knights of the Golden Eagle. 

New Brunswick Castle, No. 71. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at People's National Bank Building. 

Masonic. 

All meeting at Masonic Temple, 45 Remsen avenue. 

Order of Eastern Star, Ruth Chapter. ]\Ieets 2d and 4th Fri- 
day evenings of each month. 

Palestine Lodge, No. in, F. and A. M. Meets ist, 3d and 
5th Thursday evenings in each month. 

Scott Chapter, No. 4, R. A. 1\L Meets ist Tuesday in each 
month. 

Scott Council, No. i, R. & S. M. Meets 3d Wednesday in 



26 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

January, March, May, September and November, at 8 p. m. 
Temple Commandery, No. i8, K. T. Meets 2d Tuesday in 

each month. 
Union Lodge, No. 19, F. and A. M. Meets ist, 3d and 5th 

Monday in each month. 

Order United American Mechanics. 

Good Intent Council, No. 234, Jr. Order. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at People's National Bank Building. 

Goodwill Council, No. 32, Jr. Order. Meets every Monday 
evening at Viehmann Building. 

Orient Court, No. i, of Goodwill Council. Meets 3d Monday 
in each month at Viehmann Building. 

Relief Council, No. 40. Meets every Friday evening at Vieh- 
mann Building. 

Washington Commandery, L. L. No. i. Meets ist Friday 
evening in each month at Viehmann Building. 

Order United Americans. 
Martha Washington Temple, No. 7. Meets 2d and 4th Mon- 
day evening in each month at G. A. R. Hall. 

Patriotic Order Sons of America. 
Camp No. 451. Meets every Tuesday evening at People's 
National Bank Building. 

Royal Arcanum. 
Adelphic Council, No. 1015. Meets 2d and 4th Friday even- 
ings in each month at People's National Bank Building. 

Sons of Temperance. 
Stet Division, No. 43. Meets 2d and 4th Fridays in each 

month at 267 George street. 
Welcome Division, No. 170. Meets 2d and 4th Fridays in 

each month at 123 Bayard street. 

State National Guard. 
Company H, 2d Regt. N. G. N- J. Robert Watson, captain; 
Henry Landahl, ist lieutenant; Willard P. Clark, 2d lieu- 
tenant. Meets every Thursday evening for drill at Ar- 
mory Hall. 

Shepherds of Bethlehem. 
Meet ist and 3d Wednesday evenings in each month at 
Eagle's Hall. 



NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 27 

MISCELLANEOUS ASSOCIATIONS. 

Alliance Francaise de New Brunswick. 144 Hamilton street. 
T. T. Wells, President; Mme. C. Amigale Bogg, Vice- 
President; E. W. Billetdoux, Secretary; Mile. Nora V. 
Schenck, Treasurer. 

Aurora Gesang Verein. Organized 1875. Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at 32 Albany street. 

Brunswick Club. 133 Albany street. 

Camerads, The. 63 Church street. Meets at the call of the 
Chair. Dr. Harvey Iredell, Secretary. 

Catholic Club. 80 Albany street. Organized May 4, 1869. 
Meets every ist Thursday evening in each month, at 8 
o'clock. 

Christ Church Club. Paterson corner Neilson streets. Ob- 
jects and aims are to foster Church life and Church work 
among the men of the Parish, also to promote Christian and 
Social Fellowship among its members. Also to advance 
the intellectual, social and physical welfare of its members 
and their associates. President, P. E. Dixon. 

Christian and Missionary Alliance. Meets every Wednesday 
at 3 P. M.. at 135 Neilson street. 

Knights of King Arthur. 356 George street. 

Masonic Temple Association. 279 George street. George J. 
Kuhn, Treasurer. 

Middlesex County Medical Society. Organized December ii, 
1816. Meets quarterly at 43 Bayard street. Dr. Howard 
C. Voorhees, Secretary. 

New Brunswick Boat Club. Incorporated 1892. House at Al- 
bany street bridge. President, Frederick Weigel ; Vice- 
President, Robert J. Smith ; Secretary, William Watson ; 
Treasurer, Theodore Whitlock. 

New Brunswick Exempt Firemen's Association. President, 
Henry C. Housell ; Secretary, Charles H. Smith ; Treasurer, 
Ralph T. Holman. Meeting, second Monday evening of 
each month at Liberty Hose House. 

New Brunswick Golf Club. Organized 1894. Grounds, Ross 
Hall, Highland Park. President, Dr. E. R. Payson ; Sec- 
retary, H. B. Willis ; Vice-President, J. P. Searle ; Treasurer, 
J. Bayard Kirkpatrick. 

New Brunswick Gun Club. Meets at Dr. Iredell's office, cor. 
Church and Neilson streets, at call of President. President, 
W. H. Hobbs ; Cor. Sec. and Treas., Dr. Harvey Iredell. 



28 NEW BRUNSWICK LOCAL RECORD. 

New Brunswick Turn Verein. Reorganized 1880. Meets at 

431 George street. 
New Jersey Historical Society. Organized August 17, 1875, 

at New Brunswick. Meetings held at Fine Arts Building, 

Rutgers College, 3d Thursday in each month during College. 
New Jersey State Microscopical Society. Organized 1869. 

at New Brunswick. Meetings held at Fine Arts Building, 

in Geological Hall, Rutgers College, on the 4th Monday. 
Police Protective Association of New Brunswick. Meets 

monthly at Police Headquarters. 
Raven Club. 1 1 Livingston avenue. L. B. Garland, Secretary. 
Union Athletic Club. 373 George street. 
Union Club. 354 George street. 
Women's Christian Temperance Union. Meets ist Thursday 

in each month at 263 Redmond street. 

TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY. 

Middlesex Title Guarantee and Trust Company. Office, 40 
Paterson street. President, George A. Viehmann ; Vice- 
President, Charles D. Ross; Secretary and Treasurer, Geo. 
W. Litterst. 

UNION LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 

Barbers' Union, No. 413. Meets last Monday of each month, 

at 16 French street. 
Brewer's and Beer Driver's Union. Meets 3d Sunday in each 

month in Union Hall. 
Bricklayers' and Masons' Union. Meets ist and 3d Tuesdays 

of each month. 1 1 1 Suydam street. 
Cigarmakers' Union, No. 146. Meets 2d Monday of each 

month at Union Hall. 
Hod Carriers' Union. Meets 3d Wednesday in each month at 

Union Hall. 
International Bakers' and Confectioners' Union. Meets ist 

and 3d Saturday evenings of each month at Union Hall. 
Iron Moulders' Union, No. 329. Meets 2d Monday of each 

month at Union Hall. 
Machine Printers' and Color Alixers' Union. Meets 2d and 

4th Wednesdays of each month at Union Hall. 
Machinists' Union, N. B. Lodge, 329. Meets ist and 3d Mon- 
days at Union Hall. 



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Master Mechanics. Meets ist Friday in each month at Odd 

Fellows' Hall. 
Musicians' Protective Union. Meets ist Sunday, 2.30 P. M., 

of each month at Union Hall. 
Painters' and Decorators' Union. Meets 26. and 4th Tuesdays 

of each month at Union Hall. 
Print Cutters' Association. Meets 4th Thursday at Union 

Hall. 
Plumbers' and Gas Fitters' Union. Meets ist and 3d Tuesday 

evening of each month at Union Hall. 
Retail Clerks' Association. Meets 2d Tuesday in each month 

at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Retail Merchants' Association. Meets 2d and 4th Thursday 

in each month at Odd Fellov^^s' Hall. 
Sheet Metal Workers' Union. Meets every other Wednesday 

at Union Hall. 
Structural Building Trades' Alliance. Meets 4th Friday in 

each month at Union Hall. 
Team Drivers' Union. Meets 2d and 4th Saturdays in each 

month at Union Hall. 
Trades and Labor Federation. Meets ist and 3d Friday even- 
ings in Union Hall. 
Trolley Employees' Association. Meets ist Wednesday in 

each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Typographical Union, No. 307. Meets ist Wednesday of each 

month in Robins 'Hall, French street. 
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners. Meets ist 

and 3d Wednesday in each month at Viehmann Building. 
Wall Paper and Color Mixers' Association. Meets 2d and 

4th Wednesdays in each month at Viehmann Building. 



Professional Cards. 



J^OBERT ADRAIN, 

Counselor at Law, 

46-48 Paterson Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

736 Broad St., Newark. 

^HEODORE B. BOORAEM, 

Counselor at Law, 

15 AND 16 New Brunswick Fire 

Insurance Building, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

f^ENRY B. COOK, 

Law Office, 

Vliet Building, 

George and Albany Streets, 



New Brunswick, 



New Jersey. 



CHARLES T. COWENHOVEN, 

Counselor, 

Special Master in Chancery, 

Supreme Court Commissioner, 

Schenck Building, 41-43 Paterson St. 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

pETER F. DALY, 

Counselor at Law, 

Law Offices : New Brunswick Fire 

Insurance Building, 

40 Paterson St. 

Tel. 45. 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 



JOHN E. ELMENDORF, 

Counselor at Law, 

and Solicitor in Chancery, 

yi Albany Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

Also Member of the N. Y. State Bar. 

EDWIN FLORANCE, 

Counselor at Lazv, 

393 George Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

THOMAS H. HAGERTY, 

Law Offices, 

40 Paterson Street, 



New Brunswick, 



New Jersey. 



EDWARD W. HICKS. 

Counselor at Law, 

Supreme Court Commissioner, 

Special Master in Chancery, 

393 George Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

f^ARVEY IDEDELL, D.D.S. 

Surgeon Dentist, 

Church Street cor. Neilson, 

National Bank of New Jersey Building, 

Anaesthetics Administered. 
New Brunswick, New Jersey. 



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Professional Cards. 



QEORGE J. PLECHNER, 

Law Offices, 

389 George Street^ 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

ARTHUR V. SCHENCK, 

Law Office. 

Address : 43 Paterson Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

WARREN R. SCHENCK, 

Attorney at Law, 

Solicitor and Master in Chancery, 

Office: 43 Paterson Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

GEORGE S. SILZER, 

Counselor at Law, 
Special Master in Chancery, 

and Supreine Court Commissioner, 

Notary Public, 

46-48 Paterson Street, 

New Brunswick, New. Jersey. 

Residence, Metuchen, N. J. 

ALAN H. & THEODORE STRONG, 
Attorneys and Counselors at Law, 
368 George Street, 
New Brunswick, New Jersey. 



CHARLES E. TINDELL, 

Counselor at Law, 

119 Church Street, 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

JAMES H. VAN CLEEF, 
Counselor at Law, 
Special Master in Chancery, 

Supreme Court Commiissioner, 
41 Paterson Street, 
Rooms 4 and 6. 
New Brunswick, New Jersey. 



SCHUYLER C. VAN CLEEF, 

Counselor at Law, 

Master in Chancery, Notary Public, 

41 Paterson Street, 

Rooms 4 and 5. 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 



pREDERICK WEIGEL, 

Law Offices, 



Paterson Street, 



New Brunswick, 



New Jersey. 



WOODBRIDGE & MARCH, 

Attorneys and Counselors at Law, 

Masters and Examiners in Chancery, 

Notarys Public, 

George St. cor Paterson, 

(Second Floor), 

New Brunswick, New Jersey. 



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THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches: Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



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NEW BRUNSWICK 

BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



ABEEL — From Commercial ave. northerly to Oliver 



ODD NUMBERS 

1-7 No numbers 
9 John F. Thompson 

— Lawrence Hanaway 
II Paul Scholz 

13 Charles Flowers 

— James T. Tomney 

Carman intersects 
23 Henry Schlosser 
33 R. B. Cleland 

— Frank Cody 
Hassart intersects 

59 Frank Stelle 

Oliver crosses 
Abe el ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

4 Eliza McCabe 

— F. E. Pennington 

8 Benjamin F. Stevenson 



— ■ Ralph Stevens 
12 Joseph P. Kelly 
14 Fred H. Otterbein 

— Louis Cranner 

20 Alexander J. C. DeHart 

— Isaiah Hansell 
22 Cheesman Fisher 
26 Joseph M. Simpson 

— Jacob Grubacher 

— W. A. Fulton 

— Augustus Kern 
28 George Mitchell 

— Ernest G. Faurot 

— William Stevens 

Carman Intersects 
Hassart intersects 
54 Frederick Coats 
— • Mrs. Sophia Deerr 
Oliver inter sests 



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ALBANY — From Raritan River westerly to Somerset 



ODD NUMBERS 

Water intersects 
7 Bell Hotel 

— August Woelz 

— Joseph Quinn 

9 Dr. L. J. Belloff 
II John C. Belloff 
13 Mary Hearns 

— William Reilly 

15 Nicholas Chilakos 
17 Joseph Balten 

— Raphael Rutat 
19-21 T. A. Manley 

— White Hall Hotel 

Peace intersects 
23 Public Service Corp. 
25 A. T. Landmesser 
27-29 R. S. Groch 
31 Winifred Garrity 
33 William Smalley & Bro. 
35-37 David Breitkopf 

— Krueger & Breitkopf 
39 Charles Dowd 

— Mrs. Mary Buckley 

— Michael Egan 

— Louis Hermann 
41-43 Otto Geitner 
45 Loretta A. Curran 
47 John Barbour 

51 Anshe Emeth Reformed 

Jewish Temple 
53 Drake Bros. 
55 Alvin Drake 

— G. E. Drake 
57 Joseph Snyder 

59-61 Louis Weller 
63 Charles Landmesser 



65 Fred A. Landmesser 

67 City Hotel 

Neilson intersects 
69-71 John E. Elmendorf 

73A Adams Express Co. 

73B Ellen Manning 

75 John J. Farrell 

yj Michael Massing 

79 J. J. Stahlin 

81 Mary Waelde 

83 A. Wheatley & Co. 

85 Mrs. Jennie Connors 

87 G. A. McKeag 

89 Postal Telegraph Co. 

91 Herman Banker 
93-95 Baier Bros. 

97 Max Goldman 

— Caroline Case 

99 Frank E. Latham 
101-107 Mansion House 
109-111 WilHam H. Leupp 

— John H. Leupp 
115 Mrs. M. Viereck 
117 Anthony Bahash 
119 Henry B. Cook 

— N. Y. Dental Parlors 
121 Patrick F. Harding 

George intersects 
St. John's German Re- 
formed Church 
125 Isaac Fell 

— W. A. Helferich 

— C. J. Helferich 
— ■ Joseph J. Connor 

129 Trent'n & N. B.Fast Line 
133 Brunswick Club 

— O. O. Stillman 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunsivick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



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135 Leonard Scheidig 
139 Dr. C. V. Buttler 

— Dr. F. M. Donohue 
141 Vacant 

145 Charles B. Ludlow 
P. R. R. Station 
Union News Co. 
P. R. R. Crossing 

159 Annie Byrne 

— Mrs. Lottie Deinzer 
161 James Sharkey 

163 Louis Varga 

165 James Molnar 

167 Sarah A. O'Connor 

— James McCarthy 
169 John Besenzey 
171 James Meagher 

— Michael Ryan 
173 J. M. Holman 

— T. F. Barnwell 

— David S. Baird 
175 James B. Gray 

— Mrs. Cornelia Roberts 
179 Mrs. A. Campton 

181 Mrs. M. Dougherty 
183 Herman Schwartz 
185 J. A. McGowan 

— James McGowan 
187 William Conboy 

— Mrs. A. L. Tennyson 

— Charles Bergeman 
189 Wendel Schmidt 

— David Horvoth 

191 Mrs. L. W. Perkins 
195 Joseph Wallace 

— Julius Kovack 
197 Henry Masterson 
199 Anton Michel 

Somerset crosses 



EVEN NUMBERS 

Little Burnet intersects 
18 Raritan House 
20-22 Charles E. Monaghan 
24 Charles J. Hogarty 
Peace intersects 
26 Hotel Milton 

— Adolph May 
28 Elias Matta 

30-34 N. J. Tobacco Co. 
32 Aurora Building 
36 Moses Wallach 
38 David Slonim 

— George F. Byrne 
40-42 Julius Heidingsfeld 
44-46 Vacant 

48 Mrs. Rachel Leach 
50 John W. Gillam 

— Mrs. L. L. Warden 
52 Owen Riley 

— N. M. Morse 
— ■ Moe Fertig 
54 Vacant 

56-58 Charles N. Josten 
60 F. W. Jefferies 

— George Venable 
62-64 Philip Benz 

66 G. S. Conover 
68-70 William J. McDede 

— Grand Central Stables 
74 N. H. Malouf 

76 William F. McGovern 

Neilson intersects 
78 Mrs. A. E.Kitchenmeister 

— Peter Nybo 
80 Catholic Club 
84 J. Henry Meyer 
86 Olaf Peterson 

90 Middlesex Trans. Co. 



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— rear Thomas Miller 
92 Josiah Tice 

94 H. M. Van Qeef 
96 E. H. Jacobs 
98-100 Wm. H. Quackenboss 
Second Reformed Church 
George intersects 
104 Post Office 
124 Charles Greenewald 

— George Koustantakos 
126 Schneider Bros. 
1263^ Tony Balash 

— Herman Miller 
— ^ F. J. Farley 

128 T. Bahash & Son 
130 Vacant store 
130-132 B. P. O'. E. Hall 
132 Groben & Moore 

Spring intersects 
134 John J. Harkins 
138 N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. 

(Contract Dept.) 
140 George Wilson 

— Edward Berg 

— Mrs. M. Baird 

— Mrs. L. F. Houghton 
142 John H. Gourley 

French commences 
P. R. R. crossing 
Easton ave. intersects 

160 Joseph Bodak 

162 John Downmg 



— Henry Haywood 
164 Mrs. A. Eichinger 
166 Mrs. Margaret Bell 
168 Mrs. M. Housell 

— Mrs. F. Reynolds 
170 William Bergmann 

— William Kreiger 
172 Mrs. M. C. Conger 
174 W. R. Van Arsdale 

— G. W. English 
176 J. A. Jordan 

178 Cyrus A. Freeman 

— Julia McSherry 
182 E. A. Smith 

— James Horricks 
i82>4 T. E. Roderig 
184 John N. Haver 
184^^ Mrs. Annie Marks 
186 Kate Bogan 

— Mrs. A. ColHns 
188 John Crocken 

— Matthew Deiner 
190 A. W. Tallman 

— John H- Tallman 

192 Charles S. Van Arsdale 

— George Bauer 
194 F. A. Henneman 
196 Robert Harkins 

— William H. Latham 

Brozvn Ends 
Somerset intersects 
Albany ends 



ALEXANDEB^From 169 French northwesterly to Somerset 



ODD NUMBERS 

3 John Walk 
5 Edward P. Van Decar 
7 M. V. B. Healey 
9 Abram Campbell 



II John E. Pyatt 
13 W. C. Robinson 
15 Van Sylvester 
21 James B. Huston 
23 R. Boettigheimer 



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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 
Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunsu/ick, Rahway, Carteret 
and South Ritfer. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



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25 John J. Guise 
2^ David C. Stewart 
29 James Barr 
— Arthur Shepherd 

EVEN NUMBERS 

8 John C. McCormick 
12 W. J. Quinn 
16 Theodore Snedeker 
18 John Van Sickle 
20 James H. Kelly 



22 John J. Curran 
24 John J, Sheehan 
26 Thomas E. Whelan 
28 James Kelly 
30 Walter Bri'tton 
32 William S. Tallman 
34 Fred M. Dennison 
2^6 Georg-e Wilhelm 
38 John Stephens 

Somerset crosses 
Alexander ends 



BALDWIN — From Nichol ave. northeasterly to French 



ODD NUMBERS 

45 Leonard Wehrfritz 

47 William Wissert 

51 Ida Thompson 

— • Charles Ludwig 

53 Gotleib Kubler 
Commercial Avenue intersects 
City Park 
Throop Avenue intersects 

91 Mrs. Theresa Zierer 

95 J. T. Ware 
113 A. E. Clark 

— J. W. Hyle 

Remsen Avenue intersects 
135 Alfonso Senatore 
137 Alexander Overbey 
139 Mrs. Sue A. Ivy 
141 Lee Carter 
143 Stanley Betters 
145 Primus Gregory 
149 Archibald Johnson 

— James Wright 
151 Calvin Nickerson 

Lee Avenue intersects 
155 Charles H. Wildgoose 



157 Mrs. Fanny Van Pelt 

— Walter Van Anglen 

— Mrs. Lillian Marsh 
159 Mrs. Margaret Cornish 

— ■ Charles Russo 

— Israel B. Richards 
161 Oscar Van Arsdale 
163 Charles Schaffer 
165 Thomas H. Shaw 
169 John Banker 

171 Stephen B. Britton 

179 A. Van Buskirk 

181 Charles S. Britton 

185 John F. McCarthy 

187 Howard DeHart 

Livingston Avenue intersects 

211 Frederick M. Lee 

213 Mrs. A. Walter 

215 A-Iary J. Castner 

217 Charles D. Weed 

219 Joseph J. Rooney 

221 Leonard A. Rooney 

223 Elmer Lowe 

225 Mrs. Rose McBurney 

227 Alfred Johanson 



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NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



229 Mrs. Ann McGovern 
233 Mrs. Catharine Bailey 
235 Mary Tevlin 
237 John Miller 

— William Phillip 
239 Roger Fleming 
241 John Van Arsdale 

Codwise Ave. intersects 
253 Mrs. Grace Hussey 

— Alfred Oughton 
255 William H. Connors 
257 Voorhees H. Cox 
259 John J. Connery 
275 Charles A. DeMun 

— • Allan Carman 

Railroad Avenue intersects 
289 Thomas Glynn 

— • Dennis O'Donnell 
291 Edward F. White 
293 Joseph P. Barkus 
295 Charles D. LaVere 
299 Antoinette Steinert 
303 Michael P. Glennon 

— Catharine M. McCabe 

EVEN NUMBERS 
2 Mrs. Ann Runyon 
22 George W. Outcalt 
42 Herman Heier 
46 George W. Wallace 

— Robert Rohn 
48 William Graver 
— ' Harry Werner 

Jones Avenue intersects 
54 Thomas Dulson 
58 William Diegle 
60 C. A. Seeman 



Commercial Avenue intersects 
City Park 

Throop Avenue intersects 

90 Mrs. C. Wallace 

94 Vacant 

98 F. A. Meserole 
100 David Barry 
102 Nicholas Yeagher 
108 Adolph Shiffner 
112 P. F. Clark 
114 Hugh J. Clark 

Remsen Avenue ititersects 
136 Edward Titus 
144 J. W. Jackson 

Lee Avenue intersects 
172 William A. Groben 
176 Duke A. Morrison 

— Israel Britton 

184 Mrs. Mary A. Daly 
186 Robert D. Titus 
Livingston Avenue intersects 
214 William H. Fox 
216 Joseph H. Ludwig 
218 Norman Hubbard 

— J. B. MacPhail 
222 Frank J. Ward 

— • Charles T. Wales 

226 Charles C. Clare 

228 Michael Manning 

236 John Dilatush 
Codwise Avenue intersects 
Railroad Avenue intersects 

— P. R. R. Freight Depot 
— ■ Rolfe Building Materials 

Co. 
Jersey Avenue intersects 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South Rii/er. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



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BARTLETT — From 114 College ave. westerly to Easton ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 Theodore R. D. Lester 

9 Vacant 

II Charles F. McCullough 
15 James F. Kidney 
17 John D. Donnelly 
— George Pressler 
21 James A. Fazackly 
21^ Everett J. Eden 
23 Edward J. Price 
23^ Edwin Dunham 
25 WiUiam D. Eden 
25^ George H. Lewis 
2^ Vacant 

27^4 Charles W. Smith 
29 Vacant 

291^ William F. Williams 
31 Andrew Sands 

Sicard intersects 
37 T. F. Coyne 
— ■ Christopher Coyne 
39 S. DeFrancisco 
41 Mrs. Bridget Gay 
43 Michael J. Conboy 
45 Martin Snuska ' 
51 Kate Finnegan 
53 Robert M. Peaker 



55 Mrs. Eliza J. Gray ' 
57 Mrs. Sarah K. Weir 
59 John Roth 

61 Alfred Cummings 
63 Carl Winter 

— James Flynn 

69 Peter F. Thomas 
— ■ Stephen J. Maher 
' Wyckoff intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

10 James A. Morrison 
12 Joseph H. Ridgeway 
16-20 Peter Kalteissen 
24 James J. Reilley 
26 Peter Van Doren 
28 John J. Parsons 

— Frank R. Cox 

— Thomas Burns 

Sicard intersects 
36 Emil Braunk 

— Matthew F. Clark 
50 James Bulger 

54 Mrs. K. Kohlhapp 

56 Mrs. Theresa Lens 

62 Joseph F. Henn 

Wyckoff intersects 



BAYARD— From 158 Neilson westerly to New 



ODD NUMBERS 

15 John Carman 

— John Voorhees 

17 Edward F. Britton 

— Mrs. Abbie A. Cornell 

— Gertrude Cornell 
19 Charles R. Dey 
— • Joseph S. Oram 



21 R. V. Lindsley 
— • Tea Cup Inn 
23 William D. Morrison 
— U. S. Express Co. 
25-27 J. V. Hubbard 
27 Abraham Cortelyou 
29 Bergen Y. Golden 
31 Cannao Carmelo 



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— • Frank G. Coleman 
George intersects 
First Baptist Church 
43 Dr. Howard C. Voorhees 
45 Dr. William Macom 

— Dr. Lawrence Mundy 
47 Dr. F. A. Riva 

49 H. P. Schneeweiss 
51 Mrs. M. E. Hill 
Elm Row commences 

County OfiEices 

County Court 

County Jail 
Kirkpatrick intersects 
85 Michael Jelin 
87 William A. Williamson 
89 Mrs. Anna M. Clark 
91 Mrs. M. C. Snedeker 

— Lyle Van Nuis 
93 Solomon Slonim 

95 William S. Schuyler 
97 Edwin R. Van Peh 
99 John S. DeHart 

loi Charles M. Bennett 

103 George Gathers 

— William F. Zerche 

— Jacob Wyckoff 

Schuyler intersects 
Magyar Ref. Church 
III Mrs.'M. E. Fitzgerald 
113 George M. Auten 
115 William E. Hart 

— W. A. McDowell 
117 John Kohlhepp 
119 Lewis D. Brown 

— Conrad Fink 
121 Leonard Cancel 

— • James Joyce 
123 S. J. Shuck 



— • W. H. Dunning 
125 W. E. Van Deventer 
127 William Connor 

— William A. Willatt 

— Leonard Thompson 
129 Mrs. Frances Walling 

— Mrs. K. F. Harkins 
129^ Dobson Plumbing and 

Heating Co. 
131 C. J. Creening 
Railroad Avenue intersects 
139 J. M. Curran 
141 Joseph Parnis 
143 Stephen Berish 
145 Thalman Ruzsovics 
147 Mrs. W. McLaughlin 
149 Theodore H. Youse 
151 Edwin Dawson 
153 P. D. Garretson 
155 Dr. Belag Illes 
157 George C. Ingling 
159 W. H. McMurtry 
163 Mrs. M. Watson 
165 M. H. Allen 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 John Meyers 

— Mrs. Ajda Henderson 

— Soden W. Ross 
6 William A. Scott 
8 James Passey 

10 George Witt 

— Catharine A. Smith 
14 George A. Eldridge 
16 Mrs. C. McCann 

18 S. Elizabeth Brown 

— Mary Gourley 

— Carrie E. Brown 
20 Daire & Son 



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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, Ncm/ Brunsivick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



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— Charity Organization 

Society 
22 R. Van Zandt Wilson 
24-32 Bayard School 
34 Philip A. Meyers 
36 Charles \''. Meyers 
38 Michael Laudenburg 

— Annie A. Smith 
40 George M. Tietjen 

— Knights of Columbus 
42 Hull & Rice 

— Dr. Henry A. Hull 

— Raymond Wilson 
George intersects 

56 Rev. E. B. Joyce 
58 Rev. W. W. Knox 
62-64 Dr. A. L. Smith 

— Mrs. Algiana R. Marshall 
68 The Misses Anable 

74 Dr. James P. Schureman 

— Howard B. Schureman 
78 Mrs. Hannah Dalrymple 
84 Mrs. C. Van Marter 

— Mrs. Ida A. Read 
— ■ Frank S. Hart 

86 G. C. Rutan 
86y2 E. J. Farren 
88 Dr. Thomas Meacham 
Kirkpatrick intersects 
90 Mrs. Ella E. McFadden 
92 Mrs. H. B. Richardson 
94 Harry M. Drake 
96 Henry S. Cheeseman 



98 Milton Ross 
100 Mrs. R. Becker 
102 Mrs. Kate Schussler 
104 Conrad Deiner 

Schuyler intersects 
106 William Rowland 
108 Mrs. R. A. Turton 
no Max M. Lederer 
112 Mrs. M. A. Lockwood 
114 Anna E. Hall 
116 Mrs. Margaret Garretson 

— T. S. Davison 

118 Mrs. E. McLaughlin 
120 John H. Becker 
122 Mrs. M. E. Garland 
124 Harry W. Williams 
— • Edward W. Bingel 
126 George W. Buckelew 

— Mrs. Annie Perrine 
128 C. A. Houlroyd 

— John W. Jones 
130 D. B. Solomon 

132 Wm. D. W. Talmadge 

— Mrs. C. Ballou 
144 W. H. Boylan 

— J. E. W. Whiting 

— John A. Hagerty 
— ■ John Lacrouts 

146 W. H. Oughton 
— ■ Mrs. Sabina Schrum 
150 T. F. Boylan 

— Fred Ruck 

— Mrs. Mary T. Snedeker 



BETHANY — From Somerset southwesterly to 185 French 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 Morrison & Blue Print- 
ing Co. 
EVEN NUMBERS 

4 Mrs. E. Ley 



6 Mrs. S. Doran 
8 Thomas P. Scott 

18 Wm. Rust & Sons Co. 

28 T. Plechner 

30 Alfred Babcock 



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BISHOP — From 90 Burnet southwesterly to George 



ODD NUMBERS 

13 Joseph Stout 

— Peter Ark 

35 Mrs. Julia Matthews 
39 Peter Conlon 
45 Mrs. Mary Bast 
47 August Schmidt 
53 Mrs. Emma Netcel 
57 Nicholas Berg 

— Joseph Pleva 

— Temeta Kompian 
59 John Murphy 

61 William H. Bollman 

— John J. Smith 

63 Daniel H. Lynch 

67 Louis Hartley 

71 Mrs. Ann Corrigan 

73 Mrs. Margaret C. Smith 



— Jennie Hill 

— Jessie Tomney 

'j'j Harry F. Connolly 

— Hugo Koblenzer 
George intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Frank Nieman 

— Michael May 

— John Schultz 

32 William Richardson 
34 John McElhaney 
38 Edwin F. Clickner 
42 Joseph Dowdell 
44 Mrs. Ellen O'Connell 
48 A. A, Gulick 
52 Michael Bishop 
56 Charles Paulus 
60 John Strein 



BISHOP PLACE— From 584 George street to College avenue 



Mrs. L. B. Wilbur 
Charles A. McCormick 
Louis Bevier, Jr. 



Anna Bishop 
Thomas Nelson, Jr. 



BLEECKER PLACE — From Hamilton northerly to Seminary 
Place, between George street and College avenue 



Miss Emma W. Cook 
Delta Upsilon House 



Engineering Building, Rut- 
gers College 
George Hill 



Bristol — From Easton avenue southwesterly to Central avenue 

Guilden Intersects Samuel Pisfeome 

Delafield intersects 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



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BEOWN"— From 53 French northerly to Albany 
ODD NUMBERS — Joseph Butski 

5 Hannibal Parker 8 Robert Woodson 
19 J. A. Forman 10 Mrs. S. J. Jones 

EVEN NUMBERS " '^^^^-^ ^ordas 

^ -r 1 T^i • 12 Georere M. Manninaf 

6 Jacob Klein _ Mrs. Sarah Lynch 
r Louis Morlar _ j^^^^^^ j^^^^^^^ 

— Louis Mage 

BURNET — From City Limits northwesterly to Commerce Sq. 



ODD NUMBERS 

— Jacob E. Schaible 
5 Mrs. Delia Davis 

— Elizabeth Wray Memor'l 

Sunday School 
Lock Avenue commences 
45 Richard Brokaw 
47 Samuel Skewis 
49 Asher Allen 

— Jacob Mischne 
51 George Bell 

— Lewis H. Robinson 
55 Daniel Collins 

59 James Gourley 

— Ernest Lea 
61 Thomas Lea 

63 Joseph M. Van Huise 

— Charles A. Norton 
67 George Shetzer 
69 Peter McAleer 

73 Joseph P. Nolan 

— Mrs. Mary Smith 
Bishop intersects 

75 George Frank 

— Martin Slafko 

— Philip Rommacher 

— John Krohn 
81 Isidore Cohn 



83 Mrs. Mary Hennessy 
85 Julia C. Hennessy 
87 John I. Witt 
89 Charles Oram 
91 Louis S. Covely 
93 Henry Arbogast 
99 John Priestly 

— William H. LaBone • 
105 Mrs. Kate Mcllvaine 

— Harry Saporansky 

— William Fulton 
III John A. Dunn 
117 Elias B. Runyon 

— William Aundell 
119 Frank Hoagland 
127 James A. Fouratt 
129- 13 1 Jos. H. Freedman 
133 Henry Tatarsky 

135 Mrs. Eva Schwartz 

— George Mills 

1 37- 141 Cronk Mig. Co. 
143 Gotfried Waelde 
145 Frank Gordon 
147 Fred A. Schumacher 

— Stephen Sheridan 
149 Edwin W. Wilson 

— Joseph Pickering 
155 Moses Wilcox 



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157 Alexander Stuart 
159 Abraham Bowman 
161 Joseph Smith 

— Thomas Dixon 

165 Washington Engine Co. 

No. I 
167 Meyer Green 
171 Franz Redensz 

— Bader Augustin 

— Andreas Kridu 

— Paul Bartu 
173 Isaac Friedman 

181 Rolfe Bldg. Materials Co. 
183 Mrs. Eva Luskin 
187 George W. Ferguson 
189 John J. Hildebrand 

— Nicholas Siler 

— August Stickel 
191 David F. Smith 

— Wilham C. Mahon 
193-195 Abrah'm Fleischman 
197 Morris Kershmer 

199 James G. Coleman 

— Mrs. Sarah A. Gardner 
201 Ernest Berlineke 

203 Foreigners 

205 Albert Bergmann 

207 Theodore Sieg 

213-215 John Collier Estate 

219 Joseph Bernstein 

221 H. Zaiff 

223 John Schoenberg 

— Michael Blum 

— Anton Wolf 

— John Schmidt 

— Mrs. Annie Tomoroff 

— Peter Schackmann 

— Martin Albert 

— Joseph Carl 



— Edward Hefferty 
225 Vacant 

227 Vacant 

229-231 Runyon Bros. 

233 Benjamin Hoddeson 

235 Nathan Holz 

237 Benj. Rebinowitz 

— William Anklowecz 
239^^ Patrick M. Welsh 
243 A. W. Johnson 

245 Vasi Carmelo 
247 Louis Hildebrand 
249-253 H. M. Price's Sons 
255 Theodore Boice 

— Theodore R. Boice 
— Harry Boice 

267 Edward Tindell 
269 Charles D. Weed 
271-273 Vacant 
279 Swiller Bros. 
281 John Davis 
283 Armory Hall 
285 Vacant 
287 Middlesex Press 

— The Federationist 
289-293 Strong H'rdware Co. 

— James Robinson 

— Howell Lumber Co. 
295 Vacant 

301 Michael McEadden 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Mrs. Mary Stafford 

— Matthew Sullivan 
10 Mrs. Annie Scanlon 
12 Abram Van Derveer 

— Charles E. Hardy 
14-16 Daniel P. Hardy 

— Mrs. John Finnegan 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. Neiv Brunsu/lck, Rahway, Carteret 

and South Ritfer. 



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1 8 Mrs. Catharine Hogarty 
48 Patrick Ferren 

— Elias Mills 

56 Rudolph Fleig 

— Edwin R. Rule 
58 Philip Grier 

60 James McKenzie 

— Franz Grabenstein 

62 James H. Van Derveer 
64 Mrs. Rose Huhle 

— John L. Sullivan 
76 P. J. Farley & Sons 
80 Myer Rubowich 

— Mrs. Ann McCormick 
82 Patrick J. Farley 

84 Mrs. Minnie Farley 

86 Patrick Daly 

88 Mrs. Mary Sullivan 

Bishop intersects 
92 Henry Sweitzer 

— Matthias Ehm 

— Philip Brick 

— Charles Wilhelm 

— Frank Henry 
925^ Peter Weaver 

100 Joseph V. Menny 
102 Willis R. Gowen 
104 Peter Wilhelm 

— Joseph Smith 
106 Edward Lemon 

108 Giani A. F. Delgoldi 

— George F. Richthammer 
Coinniercial Ave. commences 

114 Charles Shapiro 
118 Frank Pauske 
120-122 Patrick Farrington 
124 John Kelly 

— Mrs. Jennie Connor 
126 Georg;e Mano 



Carman commences 
128 Benjamin Reed 
130 George W. Churchward 
132 Wendel Speigle 
134 Thomas J. Fitzpatrick 
138 Bernard Fertig 

— Peter Kramer 
140-142 Meyer Feller 

— Herman Kalfen 
Hassart commences 

144 Louis Kalfen 
146 Benjamin Shif 

— William H. Van Acker 

— Charles H. Zimmerly 

— Levi Stevens 

148 Morris Tarkofsky 

— Charles Filer 

— Frank Lupo 
150 Joseph Steposki 
152 Peter Sulesky 

— Anthony Shadoski 
154 Mrs. Bertha Steiner 
156 Samuel Kappelman 
160 Alexander Sapiro 

— Henry Tatarsky 



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162 John Pincus 

— Louis Pascovitz 
166 John Siskie 

168 William B. Fouratt 

— John Meseroll 
170 Vacant 

172 Samuel Erlich 
176-180 Mullin & Wendt 
182 Thomas Smith 
184 Krohn & Keszler 

— Anton Keszler 
186 Ambrose Voorhees 

— Archer Van Animen 



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190 Nathan Hornstein 
192 Foreigners 
194 Alexander Tutkewitz 

— Morris Henn 
196 Henry Suggs 
198 Dominick Nidone 

— Nathan Hutz 

— John W. Sherrod 
202 Morris Tolchinsky 
204 Jacob Grossman 
206 John Meseroll 
208 John L. Waelde 
210 Gotfried Waelde 
212 Harry Kosoff 

Schureman commences 
214-216 William Feiler 
218 John Mumber 

— John Amaresga 

— Nicholas Foulke 
220 Jacob Schatzman 
222 Vacant 

224 Vacant 

226 Theodore Stokes 

— Margaret A. Stokes 
228 Mrs. Annie Bogner 
230 Harry Saeff 

232-236 Mrs. B. Zimmerman 

— John J. Zimmerman 
240-242 Benjamin Levine 
244 Jacob Friedman 

248 Mrs. Clara Negedly 
250 Charles Beschen 
252-254 Theresa Esposipo 
256 Henry Rosen 



258 Abraham Fleischman 

— Isaac Tveretsky 
260 Paul O. Rosa 

Richmond Commences 
262-264 Macom's Hotel 
266 Solomon Schwartzman 
268 Hyman Swartz 

— Harry Voratsky 
270 Philip Glickman 
272 Jacob Levenson 

274 Mrs. E. Laudenburg 

— Michael Laudenburg 
276-278 Isaac Bass 

280 Isaac Ponter 

— James D. Gillis 

— Vacant store 
282 Joseph Fertig 
284-286 Henry B. Manning 
288-290 Joseph Schwartz 
296 Central Hotel 

— William H. Manley 

298 The I X L Ash Sifter Co. 
300 Isaac Marks 
302 Abraham Levi 
306 Frank Zuneno 

Hiram commences 
308 Louis Cohn 
310 Max Pear 
312-322 King Block 
322 Landsberg Store 
324 N. Postelnick 

— Morris Abrams 

— Harris Hollander 
326 Louis Fiman 
328-330 A. Wolfson's Sons 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 



ODD NUMBERS 

5 Benjamin Reed 
II C. A. Jackson 
13 W. R. Dank 
15 Patrick Finnegan 

— John S. Mesler 
17 George D. Smith 

John intersects 
T,Z James J. Hagerty 

— Frank Riter 

35 Jacob Bornheimer 
Neilson intersects 

37-39 Lord Stirhng School 
Abe el intersects 

49 LeRoy Casner 

— Mrs. Etta Opie 
51 A. M. Opie 

— L. R. Hope 

53 Mrs. C. Welsh 



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CARMAN— From 124 Burnet westerly to Welton 



— Daniel Richards 
George intersects 

73 Joseph S. Van Hise 

— Mrs. Emma Culver 

EVEN NUMBERS 

14 Lawrence Witt 
16 Jacob Hauk 
John intersects 
Neilson intersects 
Abeel intersects 
48 Frank R. Burton 
52 Harry C. Howard 
54 George T. Fortz 
George intersects 
76 Burton & Richardson 
Welton crosses 
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ODD NUMBERS 

95-99 Middlesex Motor Co. 

— Saunders Garage 
97 A. C. Saunders 

loi J. B. McDowell 
105 William Reiley 

— Agnes W. Storer 

— Louisa W. Swift 
107 H. W. Seng 

— Mrs. Ellen Archibald 
III L. A. Voorhees 

— Lake Chemical Co. 



EVEN NUMBERS 

72 R. B. Timmons 

— Tony Ranta 

74 Mrs' Mary Nicholas 
78 Ira C. Voorhees 
82 J. Kearney Rice 
84 Daniel J. Ferry 
86 W. H. Benedict 
88 Walter Burns 

— Ford F. Babcock 
90 City Clerk's Office 
92 A. L. Mundy 

96 M. B. Vail 

Livingston Av. intersects 



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CATHARINE — From 15 Washington northerly to 20 Somerset 



ODD NUMBERS 

15 Mary Hall 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Philip Ferguson 

6 Mrs. Rita Rosenberg 

8 Sophia Yuhose 



— Peter Pohet 

— John Pell 

10 Nicholas Bamer 
12 Mike Hulup 
14 Andrew McGee 

— Samuel M. Boice 
Somerset intersects 



CEDAR (1) — From Commercial ave. northwesterly to lands of 
J. J. Janeway and McRee Swift 

CEDAR (2) — From Central ave. northwesterly to St. Peter's 
School 

CENTRAL AVENUE — From intersection of Mine and Gnilden 
(near Hamilton) westerly to Mile Run Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

35 James F. Murphy 

— Jacob Russler 
83 John W. Perrine 

Duke Street commences 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 George Meyer 

8 Mrs. Cath. McDonald 

— James E. Tomney 

— James Hickey 
12 Mary Allen 

14 Charles H. Housell 
16 William O'Rourke 
18 Mrs. Mary Ryan 
20 Patrick J. Toole 



— Chester Bunting 

22 Mrs. Margaret Cauley 

— Van Marter Cannon 
24 Luke Lyons 

26 John J. Donnelly 

— Mrs. Catharine F. Toole 
28 John J. Donnelly 

30 Frank Gimo 

32 Mrs. Bridget Stanton 

— Joseph Gross 

34 Bridget Waldron 
36 Gabriel Kadi 

— Paul Lazok 

40 Mrs. Rosanna Murphy 
48 Charles W. Dunham 
Hartwell intersects 



CENTRAL WHARF— From Burnet to Canal 
CHARLES — From Codwise ave. east to Livingston ave. 

Mrs. Anna Greger 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, Neiv Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



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CHURCH— From 18 Peace westerly to 36 French 



ODD NUMBERS 

I Vacant 

3 Vacant 

5 F. M. Robinson 

7 Waldorf Shoe Store 

9 Marks Lewine 
11-13 Jacobs Bros. 
15 Van Dyk, James Co. 
17 Mrs. N. Campbell 

— John F. Corrigan 
19 E. O. Smith 

21 Frank E. Miller 

23-25 Grand Union Tea Co. 

27 The Globe 

29 Joseph L. Broffe 

31-33 George King 

35 Solomon Slonim 

37 F. H. Koop 

39 D. F. Randolph 

41 Philip Kahn 

43-45 Samuel Spitz 

— J. F. Coleman 
47-49 Theodore Cohn 
51 Isaac Rosenblatt 
53-55 I. Posner's Sons 

57 Ceylon & China Tea Co. 
59 The Hub 

— Preger Bros. 
Neilsoii intersects 

63 Kilbourn Ktg. Mac. Co. 

— Dr. Harvey Iredell 

— N. B. Gun Club 

— The Camerads 
67 Joseph L. Broffe 
67-69 Mrs. J. C. Gallagher 
71-73 Frederick Bruns 

75 Garret Dreier 



77 B. M. Wikoff 
79 Charles Volkert 
81-83 Lyons & Parker 
85 G. W. Henry 
85 rear John Lyons 
87 Van Note & Co. 
89 M. J. Loewenstein 

— Sabina Erickson 
91 Imperial Tea Co. 
93 Mary W. Wilson 

— William D. Henry 
95 H. Talley & Co. 
99 The Pastime 

103 Hammell Bros. 
105-107 Frank Schlessinger 
109 Stewart & Co. 
111-113 B. U. Tapken 
115 Mary E. Crapp 

— William A. Nevius 

— John P. Wall 
Edward S. Relyea 
George intersects 
National Bank of N. J. 

125 N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. 
127-129 W. T. Mc Adams Co. 
131 John R. Dunham 
133 Mrs. Ellen M. Robinson 

— William Bennett 
135 Charles Lieberum 

— R. Montalvo, Jr. 
137 Richard E. Martin 

■ — John D. Martin 

— Charles Fisher 

139 Mrs. Harriet Dunham 
141 Mrs. Adeline Johnson 

— Clarence Van Deursen 

— John D. Van Pelt 



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143 Emil Sanfedele 
145 Walter S. Ryno 

— John T. Kemp 

— Cornelius B. McCrelis, Jr 

— William D. Stenger 
147 Charles N. Bastedo 

Spring intersects 
149 Harry Solomon 
151 Charles E. Hnlse 

— John T. Murphy 

153 E. JTMcMurtry & Co. 
155 Charles Stanger 

— Max Schwartzman 
157 Isaac Dixon 

— Isaac Fouratt 

— Mrs. Louise Garling 
159 William Smith 

— Charles H. Casler 
— - Nathaniel Hughes 

— John Colton 

— Andrew P. Casler 
167 Charles Van Ness 

— Mrs. Lucretia Sillcocks 
169 Jacob Weber, Jr. 
171-175 N. B. Hygienic Milk 

Co. 
177 H. L. Bartholomew 
179 Samuel Davis 

— Edward Reed 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 E. R. Van Pelt 

4 National Decorating Co. 

8 Milton Julian 
10-12 Abram Levin 
14-16 Isidor P. Hirsh 

— Mrs. Sophia Hirsh 
18-20 Henry Blum 

— Dr. Hugo Blum 



22 J. H. March 

24 Mrs. Abbie Jaques 

— H. C. Housell 

26 Mrs. Mary A. Vigus 

28 Abraham Bears 
30-36 F. W. Woolworth & Co. 

Dennis intersects 
. 38 Roth & Co. 

— Scheuer & Bro, 
40 Joseph O. Seele 
42 John A. Van Nest 

42-44 Henry B. Zimmerman 
48-50 Anthony Viehmann 

52 George J. Litterst & Co. 

54 M. Marks 

56 Mathushek & Son Piano 
Co. 

— George Watman 
Neilson intersects 
Christ Episcopal Church 

74-76 Graham & McCormick 
78 L. J. Civin 
80 Jet White Laundry 
82 Agnes A. Hughes 
84 Max Schwartzman 
86 Bartle Building 

— United Paint and Wall 

Paper Co, 

— Home Realty Co. 

— Dr. Fred'k L. Condict 

— Mrs. Mary J. Bartle 
88 Hop Hing 

90 L. P. & E. B. DeForeest 
— ■ Benj, Kornbluth 

— Charles W. Tallman 
92 The Fair 

94 Henry Landsberg 
— • Frederick Rickert 

— James A. Lyons 



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130 John J. Forman 


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— Howard A. Reynolds 


138 Peter Sward • 




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144 Allen P. Buckelew 






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148 James J. O'Grady 





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152 James McCarthy 


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154 John Hocker 




120 P. F. Moore 


156 Augustus Stewart 


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122 John Machek 


158 Fred. Richter 





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160 James A. Donnelly 


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126 Mrs. Elizabeth Van Zandt 


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Theodore B. Booraem 
Henry D. Mills 



Joseph Plum 
George Kennedy 



CODWISE AVENUE— From 140 New southwesterly to Fulton 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 George Demarest 
9 Phineas C. Searles 

II W. A. Redshaw 
15 R. M. White 

17 Frank Danberry 

— W. F. Danberry 

18 William D. Whitenack 

— Luther Veghte 

21 Mrs. Mary Van Doren 

— N. G. Lepine 
23 J. M. Buckelew 

— Charles B. Wilken 
25 Joseph Ten Eyck 
27 A. A. Cozzens 

— Edward A. Brady 
29 Mary DeHart 

31 Mrs. M. J. Wilson 
33 Mrs. C. Lenhart 

— W. A. F. Randolph 
Redmond intersects 

39 Joseph Mauro 

Toivnsend intersects 
51 Annie Pierce 
53 Martin Dugan 
55 James Cain 

— Otto Herold 

57 Joseph M. Tierney 
59 Robert F. Graham 
Suydam intersects 
109 James R. Gladden 

III John W. Grymes 



113 Benjamin I. Smith 
Baldwin intersects 
Delevan intersects 

141 Frederick Lambert 

155 Aaron E. Horner 
Powers intersects 

183 George E. Wildman 

185 Edwin S, Enoch 
Howard intersects 

201 John V. M. Buckelew 

207 Edward T. Garrigan 

209 Martin F. Garrigan 
Talmadge intersects 

231 Charles Lambert 
Ward intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Martin V. Ruble 
4 Dominick Lombardo 
6 Mrs. Mary Purnell 
8 Frank Crawford 

— Mrs. Anna L. Rausch 

10 William R. Van Arsdale 
12 George M. Burton 
14 William M. Van Sickle 
16 Wm. H. Van Sickle, Jr. 

Welton intersects 
18 Jacob H. Whitfield 
20 William Dunham 
22 Isaac R. Steele 

— Edward L. Griggs 
24 Mrs. Hetty S. Moore 



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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 
Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 
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NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 53 



— ■ James Quackenboss 
26 John A. Ay res 
28 Edward W. Vaill 

Redmond intersects 
34 John E. Stone 
36 F. T. Finn 
38 Mrs. M. Oughton 
40 Lawrence Salenger 

— David A. Van Derveer 
42 Mrs. H. Hutchinson 

— Mrs. EHzabeth Pender 

— George W. Holman 
Toivnsend intersects 

52 Mrs. Rachel J. Arbona 

54 James S. Crouch 

56 Charles F. Randolph 

58 Charles H. Hart 

60 Patrick Casey 

62 Elmer W. Brown 
Suydam intersects 
Cor., W. L. Van Sickle 
Artificial Stone Pavement Co.' 



Seaman intersects 

Handy intersects 
114 William W. Van Doren 
— M. V. A. Van Nostrand 
116 Vacant 

Baldzvin intersects 
118 Irving B. Qark 
120 Oscar Hardy 
124 Charles S. Van Buskirk 
126 Richard J. Reid 

Hale intersects 
128 Elias B. Conger 
132 Walter W. Otis 
146 Spencer C. D. Gardner 

Sand ford intersects 

Potvers intersects 
Cor., Prospect Boiler Co. 

Hoivard intersects 

Talmadge intersects 

Ward intersects 

Lawrence intersects 

Fulton 

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COLLEGE AVENUE— From 110 Somerset northerly to Raritan 
River 



ODD NUMBERS 

35 Mrs. Annie Duryea 
Hamilton intersects 
39 Walter R. Newton 
41 C. B. McCrelis 
65 George Victor 

— Joseph Plesch 
69 John F. Burns 
71 John Forroat 

— Mary Toole 
Seminary PI. intersects 

93 William Lord Strong 
Bishop Place intersects 



Maria Martin 
135 Mrs. Henrietta E. Boggs 
139 Chas. T. Cowenhoven 
143 Mrs. Kath. Hardenberg 
145 Prof. Edwin B. Davis 
147 Frederick B. Kilmer 
151 Theodore Whitlock 
153 William R. Lee 
157 John B. Smith 

Senior intersects 
159 Rutgers Ath. Grounds 
165 Neilson T. Parker 
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EVEN NUMBERS 

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School 
12 Annex Rutgers College 
18 Zeta Psi House 
24 Harvey Iredell 
30 Chas. A. McCormick, Jr. 
— ■ Thomas J. Loughlin 

Hamilton intersects 
38 Robert W. Johnson 
44 Kenneth J. Duncan 
46 Mrs. Nannie Mailler 
50 George F. McCormick 
52 College Club House 
56 Lafferd Totten 
60 Bornt Stevenson 
64 S. Josephine Nevius 
70 Harry Lack 
74 Cornelia de P. Hunt 
78 College Club House 

— D. K. E. House 



84 Francis C. Van Dyck 
86 Thomas Corrigan 
88 Mrs. Julia F. Bogan 

— Michael W. Delaney 
90 John H. Thistle 

Mine intersects 
94 J. Bayard Kirkpatrick 
98 Thomas F. B. Parker 
102 Paul F. Williams 

Stone intersects 
106 Charles D. Deshler 
114 Chi Psi House 

Bartlett intersects 
126 Peter Kalteissen 

Morreil intersects 
166 Plenry D. Hobson 

Senior intersects 
170 Annie Rastall 
172 E. Livingston Barbour 

— George W. Nuttman 
Richardson intersects 

ig2 Robert C. H. Heck 

Huntington intersects 
194 John H. Potter 



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COMMERCE SQUARE— Junction of Peace, Burnet and Little 
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COMMERCIAL AVENTTE— From Burnet southwesterly to Mile 
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ODD NUMBERS 

7 Philip Carolan 

9 Italians 
13 Jacob Miller 
15 James Cochrane 
25 George L. Gillings 
John commences 



49 August Bayer 

Neilson intersects 
51 Rose B. Hunt 
53 Alexander Williams 
55 Mrs. Jennie Murphy 

Ah eel intersects 
59 Charles Schatzer 



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Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahu/ay, Carteret 

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— John Clerken 

6i Geo. Churchward, Jr. 

— John F. Ferren 
George intersects 

8i Frederick Conger 
83 Arthur O'Neill 
91 Peter Dock 
— • C. W. Harvey 

Redmond intersects 
93 C. G. Matchett 
95 Charles Stryker 
97 G. A. Schroeder 
99 John Yahn 
loi C. J. Farley 

— Robert Mclntyre 
Toivnsend intersects 
Sacred Heart Parochial 

School 
Suydam intersects 
123 George L. Hansen 
127 John V. Prall 
131 Harry J. Van Home 
137 Mrs. Sarah Serensen 

— The Misses Wright 
Seaman intersects 

145 Garrett W. Van Hise 

Handy intersects 

Hale intersects 
191 W. B. Backofen 

— Mrs. Josephine Berk 
197 John Schussler 

C ovist ock intersects 

239 Mrs. Elizabeh Loewe 
Powers intersects 
Sandford intersects 

249 Frederick Bach 

253-259 G. A. Clinton Marble 
Works 

269 Newton J. Montgomery 



Hoivard intersects 
277 Italians 

Ward intersects 
309 Michael Lapelie 

— David Thompson 
315 John D'AUesandro 

Lazvrence intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Mrs. Rose M. Vogel 

6 Mrs. C. Dohm 

8 Samuel Van Tilberg 

10 Vacant 

12 Vacant 

14 John Otterbrien 

18 Joseph Vorick 

22 James Fagan 

— John W. Van Derveer 

— Joseph Rubeck 
24 Peter Eichinger 

— Mrs. M. McCourt 
26 Louis Pozik 

— John Nawoscki 

30 U. S. Cigar Factory 

— N. B. Stripping Co. 
38 Morris Craven 

— Mrs. Mary Donohue 
40 Charles Hassell 

42 Mrs. J. Hanaway 
46 William C. Maley 

Neils on begins 
52 Mrs. A. Gonch 

— Elmer Spratford 

— Gonch's Baggage Ex, 
56 T- H. Montgomery 
58 J. D. Dow 

Abeel commences 
68 R. P. Reed 
yz George Ling 



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Handy intersects 
John Gibson 
Nicholas Lens 
D. H. Compton 
Geo. F. Lindenmann 
Baldzvin intersects 
J. M. Van Deusen 
George A. CHnton 
Bernhardt Stapelfeld 
Bernhardt Sapelfeld, Jr. 
John ColHns 
Hale intersects 
John Rowland 
Comstock intersects 
Delevan intersects 
Sandford intersects 
Mrs. Margaret Fritting 
Powers intersects 
George H. Van Liew 
Hozvard intersects 
Thomas Hormby 
Jonas Broxmeyer 
Talmadge intersects 
John G. Berk 
Lawrence Thompson 
Elmwood Cemetery 

COMSTOCK — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to French 



— Peter Coyne 




74 J. E. Connelly 


172 


— • Michael Murray 


174 


George intersects 


— 


86 Charles R. Hammell 


176 


90 Joseph Deagan 




92 J. P. White 


* 192 


94 Michael White 




— A. S. Pierson 


200 


Redmond intersects 


— 


96 Peter Magsamen 


202 


98 J. J. Welsh 




100 M. J. Dunn 


204 


102 L V. Stryker 




104 James Hortwick 




Townsend intersects 




Suydam intersects 


260 


106 Mrs. Frances Krauss 




144 Rosner & Son 


274 


146 Conrad Rosner 




148 John Oberhuber 


286 


154 Edward W. Maiter 


290 


Seaman intersects 




164 Frank Banse 


328 


166 George W. Whitlock 




168 Frank M. Vogt 





ODD NUMBERS 

25 William Applegate 
27 Louisa Heuer 

Jones Avenue intersects 
41 Caswell Voorhees 

— Edwin Hornby 

51 Mrs. M. C. Williamson 

— John H. Randolph 
65 Mrs. M. Sieverding 
67 F. W. Heim 

71 George Frisch 



Commercial Ave. intersects 

89 John Max 

93 Italians 

99 John Kutch 
III F. C. Korn 

TJiroop Avenue intersects 
129 Mrs. C. Paulus 

Remsen Avenue intersects 
165 Bertha Russell 
187 Ronia Ligons 

— Joseph De Gasta 



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Offices : Newark, N. J. 
Branches : Perth Amboy. South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 
and South Ritfer. 

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Ebenezer Baptist Church 

(Colored) 
Lee Avenue intersects 
Livingston Ave. intersects 
257 Edward J. Volkert 

— Paul C. Van Fleet 
259 Joseph F. Plunkett 
261 Thomas J. Smith 

— John Savage 

263 George W. Alcott 
265 Frederick Johnson 

— Robert Peterson 
267-269 Selo M. Starkey 
271 Mrs. Ardel Brown 
273 James Horrocks 

275 Lydia Schenck 

— Isaiah Haskins 
277 J. E. Reid 

Codivise Avenue intersects 
Railroad Avenue intersects 

343 C. W. Russell 
Jersey Avenue intersects 

383 Louis J. Cereghino 

EVEN NUMBERS 

40 William Brown 

Jones Avenue intersects 
42 D. F. Randolph 
66 Mrs. A. Cohlhepp 
70 Nuncia Japollo 
72 John Miller 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
98 J. O. Newton 



no Mrs. E. M. Rice 

Rice Industrial Literary 
Institute 
114 Carmelo Monfre 
Throop Avenue intersects 
Lee Avenue intersects 
Renisen Avenue intersects 
Livingston Ave. intersects 
270 Charles H. Reid 
272 Mary E. Reid 
274 Mrs. Ann Pulley 
276 Albert Jefiferies 
278 Jacob L. Gash 
280 Rev. Edward Roberts 
— David E. Barnes 
282 William Graulick 
286 Voorhees Dunn 
Codivise Avenue intersects 
Railroad Avenue intersects 
338 Charles Brown 
340 Thomas P. Clark 
344 Fred W. MacMullen 
348 Frank F. Vickery 

Jersey Avenue intersects 
370 Isaac W. Kilbourn 
376 John T. Donegan 
378 Henry W. West 
380 Edward Lynch 
384 Verdine E. Stults 
386 Mrs. Ann Haley 
392 C. C. Ven Derveer 
French crosses 
Comstock ends 



CONDICT — From Easton ave. westerly to Hardenbergh 
ODD NUMBERS 13^ James Kuror 



9j^ Foreigners 
II Steve Kontrat 
13 Hungarians 



15 Louis Sabo 
17 Foreigners 
19 James Monahan 



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EVEN NUMBERS 

8 Charles E. Monaghan 
— Julius G. Heberlain 

Hardenburgh intersects 



lo Mrs. Cecelia Fleming 
12 Frank E. Watson 
14 Foreigners 
16 George Stephen 



COURT HOUSE SQUARE — Between Paterson, Kirkpatrick, 
Bayard and Elm Row 

COURTLANDT — From Easton ave. southerly to Hamilton 



Guilden intersects 
Cor., Janeway Button Co. 
21 Nicholas Schrum 
23 Paul F. Witte 
— Minnie Fellar 



27 Nicholas Ingebrand 
29 Henry B. Dunn 
31 John Lefferts 

Delafield intersects 



DELAFIEID — From Central ave. northwesterly to St. Peter' 
Hospital 



ODD NUMBERS 

I Mrs. Katharine Wagner 
3 Mrs. Minnie Ochs 
7 B. Michael Bohn 
Bristol intersects 
27 James F. Burke 

— M. A. Cunningham 
31 Vacant 

43 William Jamison 

45 William Dorn 

49 Carl Petrie 

51 Mrs. Wilmenia Hudson 

— M. F. Barry 
73 John McCabe 

yy Adelbert F. Wahler 
83 Mrs. Mary Craven 
95 Albert Roechesky 



EVEN NUMBERS 

Bristol intersects 
24 Mrs. Rose Trainor 

— D. \N. McCarthy, Jr. 
26 E. E. Chrystler 

— James McLaughlin 
28 Henry Bindseil 

46 W. K. Holzapfel 

48 James Jamison 

56 Mrs. Harriet Jonas 

58 Jacob Long 

60 Belzer W. Ochs 

62 J. G. Bodenberger 

Courtlandt intersects 
70 John Peall 
74 William Feller 
76 John A. Moran 
80 Louis Jonas 
84 Joseph A. Lahey 



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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



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DELEVAN — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to French 



ODD NUMBERS 

Jones Avenue intersects 
45 Ambrose F. Randolph 
53 William Holzworth 
57 Lewis H. Messerole 
yi Frank Theam 
75 Frederick Rice 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
91 George A. Kohlhepp 
— • William Baker 
93 Samuel L. Brown 
95 George Stowe 

loi Jacob Benhart 

105 Merwin Holland 

107 Joseph Lom,bardo 

109 Thomas Tenereli 

Thro op Ave. intersects 

143 Mrs. Catharine Shea 
Remsen Ave. intersects 

177 Samuel White 

193 Nicholas Figloulo 

Lee Avenue intersects 

209 William H. Holmes 

215 Italians 
Livingston Ave. intersects 

253 Charles S. Van Sickle 

263 Frank J. Baldwin 

265 Albert V. Reid 

267 Mrs. Sarah Moore 

271 Patrick H. Johnson 

273 Mrs. Lucy P. Moody 

275 William Green 

279 John W. Barton 

Codu'ise Ave. intersects 
Railroad Ave. intersects 

335 John Lesko 

349 James J. Barrett 



Jersey Ave. intersects 
379 Joseph Fine 

EVEN NUMBERS 

— George Labone 
Nichol Ave. intersects 
Jones Ave. intersects 

40 C. T. Eastburn 
84 S. F. Zimmerman 
86 David S. Pierson 

Commercial Ave. intersects 
90 Henry Bach 

Throop Ave. intersects 
138 Joseph Feaster 
140 Eberhardt Young 
144 John S. Britton 
150 Joseph Bisogno 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
192 John H. Thompson 
Lee Ave. intersects 
iJvingston Av. intersects 
266 Mrs. Pemelia Brown 
270 Charles Van Deventer 
272 Damon W. Barrett 
276 Albert Keller 
280 Rudolph A. Wolfif 

Codzmse Ave. intersects 
282 Charles F. Thompson 

— Charles Corrigan 
286 Edward D. Cornell 
290 Isaac V. D. Flagg 
292 Frank M. Cleggett 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
330 Mrs. Melissa D. Barrett 
340 Fred W. Miller 
342 John J. O'Neill 

— Emma Wright 

350 George C. Freeman 



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Jersey Ave. intersects 
378 Henry Jamison 
— Mrs. W. Snitzler 



388 Henry Dawes 
— Herbert Jamison 
394 Hungarians 



DENNIS — From 21 Richmond northerly to 38 Church 



ODD NUMBERS 

I S. H. Voorhees 

— Edward Rosenberg 
7 Joseph Herzog 

9- II Vacant 
13 I. C. Henry 
15 M. Mayerowitz 
17 F. M. Ayres 

— J. F. Woerner 

— Market Sq. Hotel Stables 
25 William C. Witty 

27 Patrick Finnegan 
T)T^ Harry Bassett 
35 Joseph Lozier 
45 Mrs. M. Bast 
47 James A. Reilly 
i — Edward M. Britton 
49 J. M. Rosenberger 
51 J. R. Dimham 

— Thomas J. Wilson 
53 Lee Sing 

55 Vacant 

57 Vacant 

59 Vacant 

61 Vacant 

63 R. R. Winkler 

65 Vacant 



EVEN NUMBERS 

8 Joseph Freedman 

— Abraham Blumberg 
10-12 Crawford Mfg. Co. 

— Jarrard Needle Works 
14 Lewis C. Seaman 

— Carlos B. Needham 
16 M. Meyerowitz 

18 Frank O. Nason 
20 Charles A. Hunt 

— Walter S. Reed 
22 George J. Jaques 

24 Phoenix Eng. Co. No. 3 
26 Vacant 

28 J. E. Van Doren 
Hiram intersects 
36 S. Tarantola ^ 

38 Thomas Hulley 
40 Robert B. Vanderhoef 
42 Samuel Dobin 
44 Henry C. Ruh 
46-48 Mrs. Eva Amdur 
50 Seiffert Bros. 
50-52 Becker & Tietjen 
54 Mrs. Mary Seiffert 
56 C. F. Quad 
58 John Schmidt 
60 Schlosser & Kuhlthau 
62 A. C. Voorhees 
66-68 Catharine M. Wood 
— Aitken & Co. 
70-72 Joseph Hendler 
74 William C. Jaques 



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Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New/ Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 
and South Ritfer. 



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DIVISION — From Somerset northwesterly to 174 Hamilton 



ODD NUMBERS 

19 John Hughes 

23 Charles Valys 

23^ Mt. Zion M. E. Church 

25 Rev. A. A. Colhns 

29 Mrs. Fannie E. Keller 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Whalen 
31 Aletta McCuUough 

33 Edward Byrne 

— James Cunningham 
35 Timothy Foley 

37 James Walker 
43 John A. Kelley 

— Daniel F. Maloney 

EVEN NUMBERS 

14 George W. Reed 

— Samuel Tscotzky 
16 Henry A. Watson 



18 Richard Whitaker, Jr. 
20 J. H. McManus 

— Edward Ryan 
26 Imrene Szabo 

28 Catharine Hopper 

30 Alice Moran 

32 James J. Kenney 

34 Elizabeth Cuddy 

36 Thomas R. Kenney 

38 Vacant 

40 John J. Gibbons 

42 John M. Shine 

48 Hungarians 

50 P. J. McLaughlin 

— John Ward 

52 Elizabeth Ward 
54 John Layden 
56 John Clinton 
58 Annie F. Murphy 



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ODD NUMBERS 

1 1 Mrs. Alice Woolsey 
13 Charles Van Liew 

— Herbert Carman 
Welton intersects 

Cor. Wm. H. Van Sickle, Jr. 
47 Mrs. Jennie M. LaForge 

— A. F. Randolph 

49 Theodore A. Curtis 
51 Dennis V. Bergen 
61 Mrs. Anna A. Barrett 

Townsend intersects 
67 Mrs. Ann Beggs 

Suvdam intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Charles Snyder 
12 John Marsh 

— Mrs. Helen E. Brown 
14 Frank Latham 

— George W. Van Deursen 
16 H. W. Van Nortwick 
18-20 N. B. Storage Ware- 
house Co. 

— Middlesex Hollow Con- 

crete Bldg. Block Co. 
Welton intersects 
Cor. Tallman & Ten Broeck 
Townsend intersects 



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Suydam intersects 

Seaman intersects 
260 M. G. Long 
— George Conger 
262 Jeremiah Kemp 
264 W. W. Eden 

DTJKE — From Central ave. northwesterly to St. Peter's Hospital 



266 James Hardy 
268 Michael Began 
270 L. N. Flomerfelt 
Handy intersects 
Codzidse Ave. crosses 
Drift ends 



ODD NUMBERS 

3 Anthony Spille 



2:^ Jacob Beck 
33 John Gordan 



7 Ira Schenck 
15 Adam Schneider 
Conrtlandt intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

20 Wilham J. Quinn 
— Mrs. Gerda W. Kautz 
EASTON AVENUE — From Albany northwesterly to Mile Run 
Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

5 John Henkoczy 

— Max Schwartz 
13 John Hoagland 

— Mrs. Betsy Weston 

— Saloom Saloom 

15 Mrs. MilHe Levin 
17 Joseph Plasch 

Somerset intersects 
19 J. Donovan 
23-25 Will J. McDede 

— Mrs. Ann McGarry 

— Daniel Foley 
29 Julius Maguar 

— Frank Gergovetz 
31 Valentine Schmidt 
33 John Sentor 

— Mrs. Jane Egan 
35 John Koctock 

— Fritz Carma 

37-41 Rutgers Stables, W. J. 

McDede 
43 Mrs. A. Arnould 



— Richard Barthem 

— Thomas Horrocks 
43>< Charles De Mun 
45 Catharine O'Brien 

— W. J. Dougherty 
49 Thomas McCormick 

— Michael Ryan 
51 C. A. Horrocks 

— C. R. Davison 
53 H. F. Rappleyea 

Hamilton intersects 
79 Mrs. Maria T. Murphy 
81 Vacant 
83 Mrs. Catharine Coffey 

— Henry W. Stanley 
91 John F. Donahue 
93 James E. Masterson 
95 John H. Whittaker 

— John J. Thomas 
99 John J. Shannon 

— George T. Parent 

10 1 Mrs. Margaret Nolan 

— Mrs. Rosanna Regan 



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Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunswick. Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



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103 Mrs. Jessie Follett 

— J. H. Harris 
105 James Boyle 

Mine intersects 
109-111 K. P. Kelly 
115 Henry Banker 
117 Victor P. Nielson 

— George P. Gerhard 
119 Anthony Silzer 

— Mrs. Bridget Carroll 
121 William F. Harkins 
123 John J. Hoey 

127 Frank Rahon 
129 Elizabeth F. Reed 
Prosper intersects 
131 James B. Cox 
135 Peter Young 

— Edward Metzler 
139 Patrick J. Moran 

— James Mulvey 
143 Francis Mulvey 
147 John Oehninger 

Stone intersects 

Hibemia Eng. Co. No. 
163 Mrs. Ann Tenneson 

Bartlett intersects 
179 John T. Collins 

— Frank S. Heberle 
183 Joseph N. Jefferies 
187 James F. Carney 
193 Morris Costo 

Morrell intersects 

Ray intersects 
205 Bernard Harkins 
211 J. F. McGuire 

Senior intersects 

Richardson intersects 
245 James A. McGarry 

Huntington intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

4 W. L. Burton 

— Mrs. M. A. Finnegan 
6 John W. Stafford 

— Mrs. E. McComis 

— Mrs. M. Scharlach 

— John Connors 

8 Mrs. Winifred Riley 

— Mrs. R. F. Ireland 
10 Jacob Tharez 

— Joseph Helberg 

12 Andrew T. Manley 
14 Michael Toole 

— George Mirsak 

— Frank Vetreczin 

16 Mrs. R. A. Hagerty 

— James Ferguson 
18 Peter J. Beck 

— Joseph Schlotthauer 
20 Laurence Weber 

— Thomas Rodits 
22 Joseph Takja 

— Paul Toka 

24 Richard Roeser 
26 Joseph Sabo 

— John Iron 

— Andrew Tokacs 

— William Kass 
28 Mrs. S. Pelsacki 
30 Vacant 

Somerset intersects 
32 A. Rannazzisi 

— Caesar Antonelli 
40 Charles H. Layton 

— Adam F. Paulus 

— Charles Hess 
42 Ignatz Kohn 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn 
— r Henry Stang 



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44 Mrs. Lena Higgins 

— Mrs. Anna Mason 
46 William Dev.ine 

— Hugh Greene 

— Frank Burke 

48 Mrs. Anna Seng 
50 Mrs. Anna Seng 
52 George Schneider 
54 George Schneider 
56 James A. Clark 

— Otto Tramm 
58 Max Weinraub 

— Karl Kovatz 

— Alexander Adams 

— Adam Pomratz 
Condict commences 

64 Catharine Renk 
66 Mrs. Martha Hetzel 

— John McNally 

68 James F. Canning 
70 John J. Harkins 
72 Duncan MacNair 

Hamilton intersects 
78 William R. Janeway 

— John L. Duryee 
94 Richard Morris 
96 Robert J. Solmson 
98 Richard Ladley 

100 Aaron L. Grey 

— James Buckley 
102 Michael F. Cook 

— John A. Rhine 
106 John J. McGuire 

— Robert Fleming 

— Mrs. Catharine Welsh 
Mine intersects 

108 Christopher F. Kelly 
no Christopher F. Kelly 
112 C. J. Hildebrand 



— Thomas P. Bowen 
114 Mrs. Mary Bailey 

— Frederick Schacht 
116 William C. Schneider 

— Mrs. Margaret Bradley 
118 August Bauer 

120 Lewis Board 
122 William Grover 

— John W. Griffin 
124 William E. Ricker 

— Charles A. Sward 
126 Frank Albert 

— Harry Henderson 
130 Michael Josephs 
132 William Hane 
134-136 William Gaub 

Prosper intersects 
138 John T. Bradley 
144 A. George Wickers 

— Fred W. Holzapfel 
146 John Mulvey 

150 Lewis Board 
152 Daly Bros. 
156 Mrs. Bridget Felton 
160 John Garretson 
164 Albert Sutton 

— Thomas O'Grady 

— Mary McDonough 

— Gustav Hofgren 
168 Elias Williamson 
174 Peter F. Tenneson 

Bristol intersects 
176 John H. Knoll 
182 Daniel Coyne 
184 Mrs. Elizabeth Rupp 

— Frank Francis 
186 Jacob P. Fischer 
188 James A. Tomney 

— George A. Kelly 



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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



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192 Mrs. Caroline Cook 

— John C. Latham 
194 Jacob G. Hetzel 
196 Frank Bush 
200 John Mattern 

— Wilham Robertson 
202 Edward F. McManus 
204 Edward Finnegan 

— George Lefferts 
206 Frank B. Purdy 
210 Charles A. Francis 

— ■ Percy T. Teel 
212 Dennis Houghton 

— Jacob P. Fisher 
214 W. S. Hannah 

— Mrs. Mary Francis 
216 Charles C. Tomney 



ELM ROW — From Bayard northerly to Paterson 

I Dr. D. L. Morrison 5 The Bayard 



— Harry H. Bond 
Courtlandt intersects 

220 John Yackey 

232 Miss Elizabeth Francis 

— Henry Blust 
236 John Tobin 

— Gustav Moehle 
240 Kate Murphy 
244 John McManus 
246 James McElroy 
248 James Jordan 

— ■ Margaret Hetzel 
250 Mrs. R. E. Fauroat 

— • James E. Boyle 
260 St. Mary's Orphan Asyl- 



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ODD NUMBERS 

15 James Fitzgerald 
17 Mrs. Rosa Brown 
— ■ Isaac Beckett 
19 Sebastian Ruis 
21 John Newman 
23 Kate P. Werner 
25 Jan Sabodia 

— Joseph Kojez 
27 Joseph Leiner 

— Stephen Bodner 
29 Jacob Belkas 

31 Hungarians 
33 D. J. Hennessy 

— Harry J. Lane 



— • John Dixon 
35 Mrs. Elizabeth Galovitz 
37 Anthony Varga 
39 Mrs. M. Eitel 
41 F. A. Robbins 
43 Mrs. Mary Marod 
47 Thomas Finnan 
— • William Dunham 
49 H. S. Helferich 
— J. H. Forman 
51 Samuel Moore 
53 Charles H. Walker 
— • Alexander Botor 
Brown intersects 
55 Amanda A. Powelson 



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— Mrs. M. Van Derveer 
57 Andres Galayda 

— Morris Krauss 
6i Michael Kallay 
— ■ John Beseney 

63 Dr. Anthony Gruessner 

65 Andrew Memes 

— • Alexander Memes 

67 Joseph Pokorny 

69 Esta Wargo 

71 Mrs. A. Acken 

73 John Wachek 

— Joseph Tarkani 

— Mrs. Martha Ecsedy 

— John Lozo 

75 Joseph Vornok 
'jy Joseph Lacsik 
79 James Racz 
Scott begins 
81 Mrs. Phoebe Hill 
-^ Patrick Halliday 
83 Armin Fuchs 
83>4 Louis Searvas 
85 Niatray & Pokorny 

— Joseph Lukas 

— Mrs. Mary Schemenick 
87 Joseph Supp 

— • George Monos 
89 George Gastan 

— Albert Olah 

91 Gustav Goresky 
— ■ William Nagj 
93 Devai Imre 

— Mrs. M. Heles 
95 George Racz 

97 Kalman Balajthy 
99 Gabriel Fekete 

Plum starts 
loi Aaron Leppert 



109 Abraham Ringel 

— T. F. Van Derveer 

— John W. Felton 
'Prospect intersects 

III A. J. Martin 
115 Joseph Kovacs 
117 Jacob Anekstein 
119 James Kovatz 

— John Grizler 

— ' George Krajizar 
123 John A. Smith 

Harvey intersects 
125 John P. Gushing 
127 Bartley McGrath 
129 Edgar Madison 

— ■ Edwin F. Randolph 
131 McGovern & Hillman 

— • John F. McGovern 

— • Edward Kelley 
133 Edward Stewart 

— C. A. Thatcher 
135 John E. Breece 

— Mrs. Hattie McMullen 
139 Philip Smith 

— ■ Lambert Zoller 
Louis intersects 
Washington School 
151 John J. Morrison 

— Charles W. Furman 
James intersects 

153 William Stenger 
159 Charles Howley 
— • Louis Rubel 

— Hattie Ferguson 

161 Mrs. Frances J. Herold 
163 Ignatz Schultz 
165 Cornelius O'Keefe 
167 Isaac Hendler 
169 John Cleland 



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Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

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Alexander intersects 
179 Louis H. Skillman 

— Edward J. Hammell 
183 Abram J. Voorhees 
185 Young & Son 

Bethany intersects 
245 William Parcels 
247 John Garavitch 
251 A. Revolinsky 

— John Kreger 
253 J. Gilliland 
257 William H. Dix 

EVEN NUMBERS 

4 John Van Nest 

6 C. E. Bedford 

8 J. W. Jones 
10 Mrs. Mary Holden 
12 Joseph Kocher 
14 Rose A. Gorman 
— ■ Children's Day Nursery 

— Sophia R. Van Vliet 
16 Peter Hoey 

— Mrs. J. T. Hoffman 

— Charles Fralick 

— West Kerns 
18 Hugh Murray 
— • Nicholas Jensen 
20 Annie Cruse 

22 Rev. P. T. Hamborszky 
26 Henry Bergen 

— Mrs. Mary E. Doughty 

— James B. Gray 

— Clarence Bergen 

— James Bergen 

— Robert Franklin 

— Samuel Wilhams 
28 George Royston 

— Mrs. Lucinda Dickerson 
Schuyler intersects 



C. W. Russell 
46 Mrs. E. Hull 
— • John H. Jones 
56 Armour & Co. 
82 John Weller 
— • George E. Forman 
84 William H. Pette 

Paterson intersects 
96 Rev. Laslo Szabo 

— Paul Wagi 

98 C. C. Van Doren 

— W. H. Snyder 
100 C. B. Johnson 
102 Paul Boorman 
104 F. W. Miller, Jr. 
106 H. W. Pollard 

— John Pollard 

108 Rudolph Boettigheimer 
F. W. Miller 
Bayard intersects 

114 M. E. Hurley 
— • Theodore Scherres 

116 Patrick Kerwin 

118 Mrs. M. Buckelew 

— William T. H. Hubner 
120 John I. Castner 

— • P. C. Boorman 
122 Mrs. Rose O'Hara 

— John A. O'Hara 
124 M. J. Brown 

— • Henry McMurtry 
126 Wilham H. Samuels 

— C. W. A. Dodge 
Townsend intersects 

128-130 J. J. McCluskey 
132 C. M. Bastedo 
— ■ Mrs. C. Donohue 
134 Henry Ehlert 

— Charles H. Ehlert 



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136 C. B. Schmidt 

— W. H. Robinson 
138 Frank Walling 

— Walter Starr 
140 Henry Gowen 
142 W. H. H. Whitehead 

— E. F. Hulse 
Suydam intersects 

144-146 G. H. Davison 
148 La Sala & La Rosa 

— Vito La Sala 

— Geacomo La Rosa 
150 W. H. Hill 

— • Henry Hayward 
Seaman intersects 
Handy intersects 

PULTON — From Commercial ave. northwesterly to Railroad 
avenue 

Lewis E. Kahler George Irons 

Jacob Gamble 

GEORGE — From Clifton ave. northwesterly to city limits 



Baldzvin intersects 
James F. Murray 
Hale intersects 

Cor., Hugh Mooney 
— • Mrs. Ann Gushing 
— Thomas J. Whalet 

200 James E. Masterson 
Comstock intersects 

214 Frank Grevonas 

218-220 Charles Erling 

224 Julius Erling 

Clarence M. Baier 
Delevan intersects 

230 Charles Revolinsky 
Sand ford intersects 



ODD NUMBERS 

Charles J. Carpender 
John N. Carpender 

^35 J- S. Van Middlesworth 
Bishop intersects 

157 Henry Arbogast 

161 Charles Skillman 
Commercial Ave. intersects 

163 Giuseppo Federico 

165 William H. Bollman 

— Henry Rudolph 
171 Leonard M. Ratliff 

— E. C. Slater 
173 Vacant 

177 Mrs. Emma Wikoff 

— Charles Robinson 



179 H. A. Reynolds 

1 8 1- 189 St. John the Evan- 
gelist Church (Epis- 
copal) 

191 Mrs. E. Jackson 

— Williami Ten Broeck 

— John B. Gray 
193 John Erickson 

— Alfred W. Reeve 
195 G. S. Buckelew 
197 E. E. Leonard 

205 Mrs. Anna B. Van Kirk 

— W. H. T. Reeves 
207 Elmer R. O^'Neill 

— ' Silas E. Houghton 
209 Charles A. Flavell 



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— P. H. Wolff 
Carman intersects 

211 W. F. Schlosser 
217 Jacob Voorhees 

— Elmer Clinton 

— James Smith 
221 W. R. Kempton 

— J. T. Lewis 

— Mrs. Kate H. Skillman 
223 Mrs. Emma A. Van Nuis 
227 Stamm & Holzworth 

Hassart intersects 
229 A. W. Reeve 

— Harry J. Leach 

— Mrs. Addie Johnson 
231 Michael Stafford 

— John P. Crouch 

— William E. Titus 
233 S. G. Dunn 

235 Mrs. B. Zimmerman 

— M. R. Warne 
237 Edward Maher 

— • Samuel H. Hubbard 

— A. Lincoln Bramhall 
Pitman M. E. Church 
Oliver intersects 

243 Robert Hannah 

— Adam Best 
245 J. A. Donahue 
247 Mrs. K. B. Ryno 

— Isabel Tate 

249 Mary McConlougue 

— Mrs. C. L. Petit 
251 Joseph A. Sedam 

— J. C. Winter 
253 Adolph Hanauer 

— Max Gorta 

2S5-257 John L. Williamson 
263 O. 6. Stillman 



265 J. B. Wright 

267 J. H. Hoagland 

269 G. J. Kuhn 

271 Florence V. Atkinson 

— J. R. Dunham 
273 Charles A. Long 

— Arthur L, Voorhees 

— Mrs. Rita Wortman 

— Elmer Outcalt 
Morris intersects 

2yy John McMurtry 

— Henry McMurtry 
289 H. W. Van Nortwick 

— Rosario Torrisi 

— Thomas Torrisi 

291 Edward J. Hubbard 
297 Joseph Gross 

New intersects 
299 E. J. Patterson 
301 Phebe F. Weldy 
303 John Voorhees 
305 Priscilla A. Inslee 

— Ayers D. Inslee 
307 Mrs. J. Humphry 

309 Singer Sewing Machine 
309A Culm Rock Spring 

Water Co. 
311 Edward Mack 

— S. W. Wilcox 

— William A. Peters 
313 Howard G Brooks 

Schureman intersects 
Liberty Hose Co. No. i 

313-317 Police Station 

319 F. W. Van Nuis 

— Mrs. R. F. Randolph 

— Harry C. F. Randolph 
321 H. A. Schrader 

First M. E. Church 



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Liberty intersects 
327 Daniel L. Dodge 
327-329 J. C. Intemann 
335 H. A. Neilson 
337 Feiber, Shea & Coutant 
Bijou Circuit Co. 

— John C. Peebles 
337-341 Bijou Theatre 
345 Mrs. C. K. Morgan 
347 Ernest Dever 

Bayard intersects 
349 G. T. Coffer 

— C. H. Dunham 

— C. H. Cramer 

— H. B. Willis 

— James A. Edgar 

— Meyer Fertig 

— Merchant & Boylan 

— Dr. Thomas J. Fanning 
Int. Cor. Schools 

353 C. W. Jan 

355 I. S. Van Derveer 

— J. B. Wright 

— Nellie Bloodgood 

— Mrs. Jeannette Price 
357 Mueller & New 

— Ambrose New 
359 H. F. Zerfing 

— Emil Volkert 

— C. A. Lagerstedt 
361 Dr. E. S. Griggs 

— Conrad Richter, Jr. 

— Levin & Field 

— Arthur M. Clark 

— Gibeson Bros. 
363 G. K. Parsell 

-- Mrs. T. S. Parsell 

— Dr. D. C. English 



— N. B. Window Cleaning 

Co. 

— Jacob Parker 

— J. Arthur Blish 

— George St. Realty Co. 
365 L. H. Hoagland 

Paterson intersects 
I St Presbyterian Church 
375 Edgar L. Reed 
^yy Whitney W. Oliver 

— Hanover Shoe Store 
379 George Kuhn 
379^381 Parker Building 

— W. K. Lyons 

— • Evergreen Cemetery 

— Bornt Stevenson 

— Masonic Temple 

— S. Zimmerman 

— Stiles & Co. 

383 Provident Building and 
Loan Association 

— G. S. McLaughlin 

— M. Ross & Son 
People's National Bank 
Church intersects 
Kent Building 

389 Edward S. Relyea 
— ■ Middlesex Cont'g Co. 
— • Harkins & Victory 

— George J. Plechner 

— New Brunswick Ice Co. 

— Delaware River Quarry 

and Cons. Co. 

— District Court 

— L. R. Hope 

391 Irving Hoagland 

— Abraham Jelin 

— Michael Jelin 



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393 N. B. Mutual Fire In- 
surance Co. 

— W. E. Florance 

— E. W. Hicks 

— George Berdine 

— M. L. Williamson 

— N. B. Opera House Co. 

— Edwin C. McKeag 
Second Ref'd Church 
Albany intersects 

405 Joseph A. Anderson 
407 John S. Kourlas 

— John Kjersgaard 
409 Arthur J. Brown 

— Huston & DeHart 

— Albert A. Moore 
411 W. U. Telegraph Co. 
413 D. D. WilHamson 

— Paul F. WilHams 

— Security B. & L. Ass'n 

— John Stewart 
417 Lyons Bros. 

— George C. Towle 

— D. R. Boice 

— Habedank Bros. 

— John Wizer 

419 Dr. P. A. Shannon 
421 B. M. Howley 

— F. L. Hindle 
423 Vacant 

425 E. W. Hopkins 

Washington intersects 
427 John McCaffrey 
429 Emmett Hall 

— Emmett House 
431 N. B. Turn Verein 

— Hugo Hingelhaupt 
435 Vacant 

437 Mary Talley 



— Alice Trainor 
439 Frank Broderick 

Somerset intersects 
Hamilton intersects 
Johnson & Johnson 

EVEN NUMBERS 

August Seiffert 
Nichol Ave. commences 
108 Drury W. Cooper 

Jones Ave. commences 
132 Charles Van Arsdale 

— Mary J. Oram 
134 Ellsworth Gulick 

— John R. Wright 
136 Merritt Knox 

— William Schultz 
138 Robert Thomas 

Bishop ends 
140 Joseph Grover 

— Mrs. Ann O'Neill 
142 W. B. Otis 

144 J. S. Bergen 
146 H. L. Bartholomew 
160 Walter S. Flynt 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
168 Mrs. Cecelia Dooley 
172 Rynear Y. Sutphen 
176 Lyman Cronk 

— Dr. Edwin L Cronk 
178 Charles N. Helferish 

— August Kessler 

182 Charles B. McLaury 
184 Jeremiah Weatherby 

— William H. Striker 
186 Capt. R. W. Watson 
190 John D. Van Deursen 
192 Charles S. Cathcart 
194 Thomas F. Grady 



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196 Theo. A, Hamer 

— Fred A. Mosher 
198 John T. Letts 

— Harry Gray 
200 Thomas Barrett 
202 Fred W. Arnold 
204 PhiUp Darmstadt 

Throop Ave. commences 
206 John D. Maple 

— Frederick Keller 
210 Harry L. Buckelew 

— William B. Foley 
212 James S. Fowler 

— Mrs. Eliza Buckelew 
Carman intersects 

214 John C. Skehan 

— George Schneider 
216 Harry K. Richardson 
218 Charles H. Kuhlthau 
222 William A. Gordon 
224 James F. O'Hara 
226 Edgar Schug 

— John Gleason 
Hassart intersects 

228 George H. Erath 

— Erath Bros. 
232 John W. Erath 

— ■ Henry C. Young 
234 Patrick F. Byrne 
238 G. W. Howell 

Remsen Ave. commences 
240 Joseph F. Brower 
246 Ann Flynn 

— James E. McAllister 

— Daniel P. Daly 

— John Prokof 

— Ellis Sammons 
250 Vacant 

266 William H. Ritter 



268 William H. Mayo 
270 Thomas C. Dugan 
2^2 John H. Boulger 
276 William J. Banker 
278 P. Hampton Wyckoff 
280 Patrick M. Welsh 

Morris intersects 
282 John Gibson 
286 Abraham Cortelyou 
288 Virginia C. Van Doren 

— Robert Turton 

— ■ Catharine Heppler 
290 Wesley Meyers 
292 J. S. Dunham 

— ■ C. J. Suydam 

— John H. Wood 
294 B. S. Hartough 

— Margaret Cadmus 
296 C. R. Moke 

— L. H. Hoagland 

— Mrs. M. A. Strong 
298 F. W. Murray 

— J. M. Stoetzel 
— ■ H. J. Swan 

300 Morris C. Ross 

— Walter K. Crater 
302 Cassaro Bros. 

Carroll PI. commences 
306 J. N. Terrill 
— • Samuel Schleimer 
308 James F. Mitchell 
310 Mrs. M. Staat 

— Mrs. Rachel Jelin 
312 Percival Dixon 

— • Mrs. C. Kunzmann 
314 W. T. Metzrath 
316 Mrs. Jane Petty 
320 Adam O. Geipel 
318 Edward W. Martin 



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320 William Graff 
320-322 Albert Weinraub 
Schnremmi intersects 
Livingston Ave. commences 
334 Loyal T. Ives 
336 Dr. W. J. Condon 

— Mrs. Bertha F. Russert 
338 William Schlessinger 

— William Wolfson 
340 Valentine Schmidt 

— George Sotiropulos 
342 G. S. Dudley 

— J. R. Heath 
344 Emily Stoddard 

Bayard intersects 
First Baptist Church 

350 Mrs. Ellena Shann 

352 N. B. Trust Co. 

354 Charles A. Wooley 

356 George J. Kuhn, Jr. 

— K. of K. A. Club. 

— J. B. Kirkpatrick 
— • Mike Fernindino 

— N. B. Fire Insurance Co. 
358-360 P. J. Young Dry 

Goods Co. 
Paterson intersects 
360-366 Viehmann Building 

— Schuyler S. Rust 
— • Michael O'Connor 

— Prudential Ins. Co. 

— Union Labor Headq'rs 

— William B. Smith & Co. 

— Samuel G. Farrell 

— John T. Kemp 

— • Woodbridge & March 

— F. C. Schneider 
362 Beam & Clare 
366 A. & P. Tea Co. 



368 Frederick Felton 

— A. H. & T. Strong 

— Fred Boorman 
370 Bing & De Armas 
372 Vacant 

2,74 Middlesex News Co. 

— Louis Esposito 

— Thomas M. Wilson 
376 J. J. Monigan 

— Michael A. Lyons 

— William Van Doren 

— W. H. Everson 

— John Chrisman 
378 Schussler's 

380 William R. Reed 

N. B. Business College 
N. B. Savings Institut'n 
Church intersects 
National Bank of N. J. 
The Landsberg Store 

392 Public Service Corp. 
Post Office 
Albany intersects 
St. John German Ref. 
Church 

408 Colonial Life Ins. Co. 

410 Otto L. Schuck 

— Isabella Tannehill 

— Louis Wetmore 

— Benjamin Tauss 
412 Otto L. Schuck 

414 Mrs. C. T. McCormick 

— Annie E. Lyons 
418 Dr. B. J. Gutman 
420 George H. Bissett 

— Eddy Mfg. Co. 

422 Dr. Laurence P. Runyon 

— George Hardenburg 
IVasliington intersects 



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426 Anton Sablotsky 
428 Vacant 
— Catharine Hardenburg 
434 P. R. R. Supervisor's Of- 
fice 
P. R. R. Crossing 
Somerset intersects 
College Campus 
Hamilton intersects 



502 Catharine A. Neilson 
542 Vacant 

Seminary Pi intersects 
572 F. H. Hoe 

Prof. J. C. Van Dyke 
586 Mary S. Voorhees 

Mrs. Edward Waldron 
590 Prof. A. A. Titsworth 



GEORGES ROAD — From Commercial ave. southwesterly to 
Mile Run Brook 



Reckitts Ltd. 
Henry Stelting 
6 Andrew Acker 
Howard intersects 
Louis Halasky 
Habad Hyder 

GTJILDEN — From 155 Hamilton northwesterly to Commons 



New Brunswick Ice Co. 
George Tuckee 
Ward intersects 
George J. Deckert 
Nat'l Musical String Co. 



ODD NUMBERS 

I Lester Voorhees 

— Edward Martin 
3 James O'Brien 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson 
5 Thomas M. Price 

II Elizabeth Donegan 

Mine intersects 
15 George Dahmer 

— William F. Street 
17 James Donahue 
25 Thomas Whalen 

— Frederick Albert 
27 Ernest Kuhlthau 

— James Mulligan, Jr. 
29 Sidney Thorn, Jr. 
31 Delbert Sanderson 
T)T^ John J. Donnelly, Jr. 

Prosper intersects 



35 Peter Marks 

39 Mrs. Catharine Daly 

45 Joseph Lotz 

47 Thomas Clark 

49-57 Lincoln School 

59 William Reed 

— William T. Hayes 

— Thomas J. Cauley 
61 James C. Lyons 

— John F. Kerwin 
63 John Gleason 

Bristol intersects 
89 Robert L. Thomas 
93 Cornelius Canney 
95 John H. Newton 

Cortlandt intersects 

Janeway Button Co. 

Jenkins intersects 
137 Jacob S. Komal 



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— Rose Gregory 
141 John Ford 

EVEN NUMBERS 

10 John J. Lynch 

Central Ave. commences 
16 Frank B. Thompson 

Prosper intersects 

— Lewis H. King 
42 Charles F. Fern 

— Nettie Bartenfield 
44 Stephen Semenek 
48 Theodore Jahn 

— Louisa Spittle 
52 Ernest Long 

— Joseph Walker 
54 John Oehinger 

— William Karl 
58 Martin J. Lally 

— Arden Kehoe 

62 Charles W. Schroeder 

Third Ref. Ger. Church 
66 Mrs. Lena Warner 



— William Kelly 

68 A. L. Von Spreckelsen 

— Edward M. Deshler 
Bristol intersects 

70 Martin Kovacs 
72 Foreigners 
74 John Koster 

— Christopher G. Hubner 
76 William Pitzner 

80 William Kuhn 

84 Mrs. Mary Schumacher 

86 Charles Miller 

92 Frederick A. Smith 

94 Henry G. Kilbourn 

96 August Carstens 

104 Peter S. Thomas 
Cortlandt intersects 

1 14 Franz Reyhon 

— Maurice Lenhart 
138 Thomas Connors 

— William Ryan 
142 John Ford 



HAIE — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to Jersey ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
Commercial Av. intersects 
Throop Ave. intersects 
135 Thomas M. Horan 

— Martin Moore 

139 Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck 
143 Henry Washington 
153 Vitto Mupo 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
Lee Avenue intersects 
211 Frederick Fink 
215 William Ferguson 

— Charles J. Groben 



217 L. E. Van Doren 
221 George M. Babbage 
225 Mrs. Susan F. Kent 

Livingston Av. intersects 
245 Ira B. Cronce 
247 John J. Fagan 
251 Thomas H. Dunn 
257 Edward A. McGowan 
259 Vincent M. Daly 
261 Elbert S. Schenck 
— W. H. Pennington 
265 William H. Hagar 
267 F. V. Harding 

Codzvise Ave. intersects 



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Railroad Ave. intersects 
Jersey Ave. intersects 
373 Union Athletic Club 
French intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

C ommercial Av. intersects 
92 Italians 
98 Claytus Witt 

Nathan Hale School 
Throop Ave. intersects 
132 H. A. Stoeckle 
134 J. J. Goodheart 
140 John Anderson 

— J. W. Payton 
Remsen Ave. intersects 

170 James W. Doram 
172 Sonny Jefferies 
184 Augustus Lane 
186 James Haskett 

— Mrs. Phoebe Snyder 

— Charles Whiteneck 

— rear, Robert Whiteneck 
188 John T. Anderson 

190 Early McCargo 



192 Paul Rupprecht 

Lee Ave. intersects - 
202 Vacant 

204 August G. Anderson 
206 David W. Bloodgood 
208 Samuel R. Dunham 
210 Warren R. Schenck 
212 Louis Smith 

— John Fehl 

214 George W. Collins 

— Alexander A. Graham 
218 Mrs. Jean P. Trempy 

Livingston Av. intersects 
258 Mrs. M. J. Van Voast 

— H. L. Cortelyou 
Railroad Ave. intersects 

342 Joseph W. Castner 
346 Jacob P. Snyder 

Jersey Ave. intersects 
370 Howard H. Crouch 
374 Edward J. Connolly 
376 Joseph Scalt 
378 Abram J. Voorhees 
384 W. H. Boudinot 

French crosses 



HAMILTON— From end of Water westerly to Mile Run Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

I A. J. Smith 
Ncilson intersects 
Neverslip Mfg. Co. 
George intersects 
Rut. Col. Gymnasium 
Rutgers Library 
Bleecker PL intersects 
Rutgers Laboratory 
yy Delta Phi House 

College Ave. intersects 
loi Mrs. Mary Bogan 



105 Ellis Mundy 

— Albert A. Oram 
Union commences 

121 Mrs. A. W. Woodbridge 
125 St. James' M. E. Church 

Easton Ave. intersects 
147 Clarence H. Becker 

— William F. McGovern 
Guild en intersects 

155 Egan Bros. 

157 John T. Lynch, Jr. 

— \N. G. Sharpless 



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— J. M. Hobensack 
159 Emma Hall 

— Michael Glynn 
161 Thomas J. Kelly 
163 Charles L. Heahman 

— Thomas M. Collins 
165 Peter O'Brien 

167 Michael Lally 
169 James S. Carleton 

— Mrs. Winifred Horan 
171 Abraham L. Cereghino 
173 A. N. Gabriel 

— George F. Shuck 
175 Eliza Dunn 

177 Thomas Moore 
179 George Thierry 
181 Thomas Tobin 
183 John Harding 
185 Joseph Feher 
189 Catharine Techem 
193 William Techem 
195 Ellen O'Keefe 
199 Joseph Dillon 
203 Mrs. Bridget Farren 
209 Michael McLaughlin 
211 John W. Taylor 
213 John W. Jones 
215 Robert A. Eden 

Hartivell intersects 
221 Andrew Kelusia 

Robinson intersects 
229 Henry Millemann 

— Mary Sherlock 
235 Mary W. Yates 
237 John Thompson 

Louis intersects 
281 Harry Dunham 
Daniel Vliet 



EVEN NUMBERS 

N. & N. B. Hosiery Co. 
Neil son intersects 
Neverslip Mfg. Co. 
George intersects 
College Campus 
College Ave. intersects 
100 Mrs. M. A. Powelson 

— C. E. Applegate 

102 Mrs. Eliza S. Ridgeway 
104 James Short 

— Mrs. Bridget Nelson . 

— Henry Bollman 

— Edward Ennis 

— Mrs. Mary Walsh 
106 Garrett Ayres 

108 Mrs. Margaret Bradley 

— Clarence A. DuBois 
no Mrs. Mary Keefe 
112 F. Osenbaugh 

— William T. Keefe 
114 Mary F. Foyle 
116 Fred' H. Dodge 

East on Ave. intersects 
132 John A. Manley 
136 William McManus 

— Joseph Wilson 
138 J. C. Bogan 

— Thomas McCann 
140 Vacant 

142 Prof. W. E. Breazeale 
144 E. W. Billetdoux 
146 Peter F. Daly 

Hardenbergh ends 
154 Alfred March 

— W. Frank Parker 
164 John Doran 

166 James Heckler 
168 Foreigners 



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170 Mrs. Catharine Moore 
172 Joseph F. Bradley 
Division intersects 
178 Thomas Shute 

— Henry K. Barr 
i8q WilHam Guise 
182 Thomas Tate 
186 Lester Hayes 

— William Dowdy 
High intersects 

194 Mrs. Ann Doris 
198 Frederick Faber 
200 James J. Lyons 



202 William G. Manning 
230 Rut. Col. Prep. School 
234 Harry Abrams 

— Thomas Hughes 
238 G. W. Sillcocks 

Louis intersects 
254 Mrs. Annie Finnan 
262 Charles Horrocks 
264 Hugh F. O'Keefe 

— Louis Flanders 
272 Theodore Strong 
276 Robert Adrain 
282 T. J. Buckley 



HANDY — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to Jersey ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

55 Joseph Strein 
69 John Schmidt 

Commercial Av. intersects 

M. E. Cemetery 
107 August Kronemeyer 
III George Gourley . 

Throop Ave. intersects 
129 J. L. W. Titus 
133 Michael F. Witt 
145 James E. White 
149 Mrs. Bridget Martin 
— M. F. Regan 
151 E. V. White 
153 John B. Callaway 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
175 Dominick Mupo 
179 S. H. Taylor 
181 B. F. Wyche 
185 W. T. Banks 
187 J. M. Clark 
189 Jefferson Brokaw 
191 Archie Hardy 

Lee Ave. intersects 



209 Henry Schmidt 
211 W. A. Schmidt 
217 W. H. Latham 
219 G. I. Pierson 
223 John Longenbine 

Liznngston Av. intersects 
251 James Farley 
253 H. F. Schenck 
255 Frank LaBar 
259 Harvey L. Hullfish 

— Mrs. Maria Vogel 
265 E. S. Relyea 

269 W. E. Steinert 
271 Thomas Creighton 

— Abram Voorhees 
275 Abram Bowne 

Codivise Ave. intersects 
295 Peter H. S. Hendricks 

— John Hendricks & Son 
305 Garret Tice 

— Katherine M. O'Brien 
307 Patrick H. O'Toole 
309 Mrs. DeHa Flannery 

— Nelson Quint 



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313 Charles Hendrickson 

315 Mrs. B. Bailey 

Railroad Ave. intersects 

343 William H. Kinsey 

345 Mrs. Mary Beatty 

349 Nicholas Mulligan 

355 Michael McCaffrey 

EVEN NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
48 Charles F. McCawley 

— Lambert Bains 
52 William Hienlen 
54 John T. Sibels 
60 T. R. Delaney 
62 William Fulton 

Commercial Av. intersects 
Throop Ave. intersects 

130 Valentine Heinz 

134 Peter B. McKendrick 

140 Thomas Regan 

144 W. F. Callaway 

— G. H. Callaway 
152 Frederick Heilmann 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
180 Mrs. E. Allen 
182 Mrs. Alice Lupton 
184 Edward Simmons 
188 James Fitzgerald 

— Isaac Voorhees 

— Clayborne H. Moody 

— Joseph H. Jackson 
190 WiUiam H. Hill 
192 John Dennis 

— Chester Venable 
194 Mrs. Emma Brown 

— George Day 

Lee Ave. intersects 
200 James B. Hudson 



202 Mrs. Lizzie A. Wright 
204 George Stead 
206 Jacob L Schultz 
208 W. E. Cortelyou 
210 William H. Morehead 
212 Ernest W. Lens 
214 George E. Fulton 
216 Mrs. Kath. Kohlhepp 
222 C. S. Messersmith 

— John C. Anderson 
224 George Stott 

— M. V. S. Hinchman 
Livingston Av. intersects 

256 Howard V. Buttler 
258 T. B. Ryerson 
262 H. E. Collins 

— Adam Krauss 
264 H. C. Kramer 

— William Skevington 

— Leo T. Perdun 
268 Willard C. Harvey 
276 W. B. Flavell 

— L. Leitenberg 
278 Augustus MeseroU 
280 James R. Carlen 

Codzuise Ave. intersects 
296 W. H. Hendricks 
312 Arthur Moore 

— Thomas Skillman 
314 Michael Galligan 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
334 James Southward 

— Patrick O'Donnell 
336 Richard J. Eden 
338 Mary Flanagan 
340 Michael Brannigan 
342-344 Philip F. Heary 
346 Mrs. Ann Kelly 
350 James Wisheart 



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HARDENBERGH— From Somerset northwesterly to Hamilton 



ODD NUMBERS 

I J. H. McLaughlin 
II Asher D. Atkinson 
13 Andrew W. Winckler 
15 John R. Clarke 
17 Frank E. Watson 

Condict ends 
19 Hannah Lee 
21 Cornelius Hoagland 
23 Samuel Shultise 

— John W. Gibbons 
25 Francis Harding 
2'^ John F. Travers 

— Elmer J. McMurtry 
29 James H. Sheehan 

HARTWELL— From Hamilton northerly to Mile Run Brook 



EVEN NUMBERS 

16 Fritz Wittig 
18 William Carberry 
22 James Tougher 
24 James A. Cahill 

— Walter Abrams 
26 John C. Meyers 
28 Patrick F. Henry 

— Mary McMahon 
30 Alexander A. Gold 
^2 Keron P. Campton 
36 Harry M. Drake 

— Joseph Edgar 
Hamilton intersects 



ODD NUMBERS 

9 Lulu Grunewald 
13 Joseph N. Roth 

— H. N. Bigelow 
15 George F. Eden 
17 Oscar B. Hunt 
21 Andrew Keidel 
23 Nicholas Masterson 
25 Jabez Hall 

— Fred N. Cornell 
27 Joseph Boyle 
29 Michael Wall 

33 Henry W. Dunham 

HARVEY — From Somerset southerly to French 



EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Alfred G. Hall 
12 John Grant 
14 Samuel Dunham 
16 Josephus F. Britton 
— Joseph Lenney 
20 Kimble Dunham 
22 George B. Hartwell 
26 Irving W. Eden 
36 Reuben H. Reid 

Central Ave. intersects 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 Mrs. Theresa Kozer 
9 James Sweeney 
13 John J. Bradley 
— James Flanagan 



15 George Koji 
17 Henry E. Austen 
23 Albert H. Brooks 
25 Robert G. Huston 
2y Harry C. Gensler 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, Neiv Brunswick. Rahu/ay, Carteret 

and South River. 



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EVEN NUMBERS 

8 W. E. Mattison 
— Walter Orpen 
lo Charles Bizsek 
12-16 O. H. Smith 
18 F. J. Potter 



22 James A. Mitchell 
24 E. E. Demarest 
— Mrs. Margery Connors 
28 Thomas F. Duffy 

Somerset crosses 

Harvey ends 



HASSART— From 142 Burnet westerly to Welton 



ODD NUMBERS 

9 George McCullough 
9^ Frederick Eichler 

— David Kelly 
13 Nicholas Rugl 

— Wendel Grober 

— John Konderman 
15 Peter Mower 

1 5 >4 Matthew Schneider 
23 Daniel Breece 
John intersects 
31 Louis J. Zimmerman 
33 J. F. McCauley 

— John Michel 

— Michael Welsch 
35 Michael Krupp 

— Martin Warter 

45 Mindert G. Van Buskirk 

— M. J. Zimmerman 

47 Michael A. O'Connell 

— P. Van D. Voorhees 
Aheel intersects 

53 Michael Vertucci 

— Edward J. McCourt 
George intersects 

71 Sylvester DeHart 

— John Hogefeld 

— Peter J. Stults 
7Z R. P. Holman 
75 Mrs. C. Guyton 



— Anna S. Cullen 
yy Luke Schanck 
79 Mrs. E. C. Smith 

— W. G. Cleland 

— Robert M. Gambol 
89 Thomas Truan 

— Joseph T. McCormick 
91 Howard Brooks 

— E. C. Torode 
Welton intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Mrs. S. Wilson 

— William Hall 
12 Nathan Cohn 
14 Max Cohn 

— Harris Weiner 
18 John Groff 

— Peter Nolde 

20 William V. Byrnes 

John intersects 
28 James McCauley 
30 Mary Casler 
32 Peter Schmidt 
36 Mrs. Margaret Schieber 

Neilson i)iter sects 
48 Frank Kline 

A he el intersects 
50 Hubert B. Cronk 
52 Mrs. Carrie Grace 

— Elmer Halstead 



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— Ulysses Barraud 
54 David Messier 

— Charles C. Cronk 

— J. D. Sofield 
56 Vacant 

George intersects 
76 J. F. Terry 

— Frank R. Jones 



78 J. S. Hart 
80 Frank S. Hingher 
82 William Dillman 
84 Thomas P. Burke 
86 Dunham^. Way 

— Charles M. Giles 
88 Frank Erath 

— Charles Latham 



HIGH — From Somerset northwesterly to Hamilton 



ODD NUMBERS 

3 Laurence F. Burns 
— William B. Boyd 

9 Samuel C. Gowen 
15 A. L. Tallman 
17 Egidus Gruhn 



EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Charles M. Cornell 

— William Howarth 
6 Ellen Skewis 

18 James F. Stahley 
52 James Hood 

— William C. Frame 



HIRAM — From Burnet westerly to 171 Neilson 



ODD NUMBERS 

1-3 Louis Cohn 
7 Benjamin Blumenthal 
II -17 Michael Frankel 

— Manassa Friedel 
21-23 Charles Schlam 
25-27 Benjamin Elfant 

31 Chas. McCormick & Son 
33-35 Morris Fischler 
39 Charles Metz 

Market Square Hotel 

Dennis intersects 
45-49 S. Tarantola 
47-51 G. H. Hullfish 
53 A. J. Cook 

— Henry Ruh 
55-57 William Cusick 
59-61 John Reng 

63 Peter Jones 

65 Antonio Toskas 



EVEN NUMBERS 

4 Frank Zuneno 

— Charles Green 
6 Alix Remson 
8 Vacant 

10 Robert Marks 
12 George H. Oakley 
16 Vacant 
18 Jesse Fate 

— Tobey Silva 

20-22 Joseph Shanholtz 
22 Barbour & Costello 
26 Sappol & Orenshian 

— Antonio Toskas 
28 Joseph Shanholtz 

— Vacant store 
32 Annie Shapiro 

34 John T. Anderson 
36 Morris Greenberg 

— Mrs. Deborah Bearmor 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunsuriek, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 

NEW BRUNSWICK BLOCK DIRECTORY. 83 



38 Daily Home News 
— Home News Pub. Co. 

Dennis intersects 
40 Brog-ley Bros. 
44 Hannah Bros. 
46 Theodore E. Hahn 
48 Minnie Plean 
50 R. B. & W. Hannah 
52 Charles Paulus 



54 Clement Tarantola 
56 Mrs. Fannie Garber 
58 Wolff Levin 

— Salvatore Tarantola 

— Benjamin Kadishevtz 
60 John Landrum 

62 Jacob F. Reed 
64 W. H. Boudinot 
Neilson intersects 



HOWARD — From Jones ave. northwesterly to Railroad ave. 

Georges Rd. intersects Rents en Ave. intersects 

9 Harry Hunt Lee Ave. intersects 

16 Mrs. Emeline Mitson Livingston Av. intersects 

Ccmniercial Av.intersects2go Vacant 
Frank Newberg 294 Peter Armstrong 

Throop Ave. intersects 

HUNTINGTON— From George westerly to Easton ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

College Ave. intersects 
17 Ralph O. Smith 
21 S. W. Vandivert 
31 James Gibson 

Sicard intersects 
41 Catharine Gallagher 
47 B. A. Masterson 
51 Dennis Murray 
— James Crosson 
53 James Dunlop 
69 James T. Smith 
73 John Smith 



— Timothy McManus 
117 Edward McElroy 

Easton Ave. intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

54 Edward F. Riley 
64 Daniel Anderson 
66 Michael R. White 
68 Albert E. Russell 
70 Peter P. Clickner 

Wyckoff intersects 
88 Frank Holman 
1 10 Frank Broderick 



JAMES — From French northwesterly to Somerset 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 Simon H. Hammell 
9 Augustus W. Eden 
II James J. Flanagan 



13 John P. Robinson 
17 James W. Hickey 
19 Andrew N. Parent 
21 Patrick L. Reilley 



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2;^ Charles Donnelly 
25 Bernard B. Reilly 
27 Patrick G. Bradshaw 
29 John F. Hefferan 

EVEN NUMBERS 

6 William A. Mulligap 

— Peter J. Lynch 
8 John Silcox 

— Frank J. Galipo 

JEKKINS— From Easton ave. 



10 John V. L. Housell 
12 James J. O'Donnell 
14 John W. Storer 
16 George W. Pyatt 
18 William V. D. Henry 
20 John F. Lynch 
24 John A. Smith 
30 W. F. Stillwell 
— Mrs. Mary Lewis 
32 Martin D. Thomson 

southwesterly to Central ave. 



JERSEY AVENUE— From French southwesterly to Mile Run 
Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

29 William G. Feaster 

— Lawrence Lynch 
31 John F. Lynch 
33 Gregory Byrne 

-Baldwin intersects 
35 Edward D. Foley 

Hale intersects 
47 Charles E. Blue 

— Edward Gibbons 
51 Thomas R. Low 
55 John Revolinsky 
59 Michael Maloney 

Comstock intersects 
Delevan intersects 

81 John F. Holland 

83 Michael Klein 

— John Meyer 
Sandford intersects 

93 Vacant 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Mrs. Elizab'h McElheney 

— Michael Kierka 



6 Solomon Schwartzman 
10 Hungarians 
12 John F. McCaffrey 
14 Star Tea Co. 

— Max Goldenberg 
Handy intersects 

22 Aime Alien 
24 Stephen Toth 
— ■ Alexander Toth 
26 Daniel Hork 
28 Frederick Hamer 

— William H. Hamer 
Baldzvin intersects 

30 Edward D. Foley 

— Mrs. Kath'ne McCloskey 
32 John H. Gray 

36 John Cortelyou 

— B. Flarrison Latham 
38 Thomas Murray 

42 William Flagg 
Hale intersects 
52 Murtha O'Shea 
54 Andrew J. Connolly 
56 Paul Grumm 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New/ Brunswick, Rahway. Carteret 
and South RiVer. 



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Comstock intersects 
60 John J. Phaden 
62 John Hickey 
68 Frederick Bauer 

— Ervin N. Smith 
Delcvan intersects 

74 Pascal L. Wright 
76 Harry J. Francis 

JOHN — From 15 Commercial 

ODD NUMBERS 

I George L. GilHngs 
■ 7 Joseph Bartholomew 
II Walter Forroat 

— Hugh V. Crosson 
15 Herman Seibell 
17 Mrs. C. Kempton 
19 Cornelius Farley 
21 Peter Form an 

23 Mrs. Louisa Timmans 

Carman intersects 
25 Mrs. M. Freece 
27 Samuel Kaplan 

— Harry Coopey 
29 Benjamin Shane 

— David Scheff 
31 Philip Keller 

— Joseph B. Reynolds 
33 John Hahn 

— Wendel Grober 
35 John L. Wealde 

— Daniel Donahue 

— James Howard 
H assart intersects 

39 Thomas Barton 

41 V^acant 

43 Mrs. M. E. Dilatush 

45 John Tliome 

47 J. E. Haggerty 



82 Mrs. Mary Gormley 
- — Joseph J. Cook 

84 Hugh Geoghegan 
86 Charles White 

Sandford intersects 
Empire Foundry Co. 
Standard Oil Co. 
Brunswick Refrig'g Co. 

ave. north to 20 New 

SS Harry Levin 

Oliver intersects 
55 Robert C. Heitzman 

— Lawrence Fisher 
57 William Wildey 

— Frank Linder 
59 Charles Davison 

— J.J. Smith 

61 Robert Bromley 
63 Abraham Wolf 

— Morris Shelf 

67 Thomas F. McDonough 
69 George S. Buckelew 
71 George B. Rule 
75 H. V. Buttler & Co. 

85 Leon Schwartz 
New intersects 
John ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Michael Stahlin 

8 Bartholomew Conrad 

10 Charles Oram 

12 J. F. Fagan, Jr. 

16 John Sisco 

— Max Hirsch 

18 Mrs. Mary E. Allen 
20 Frederick Knecht 
24 Mrs. Bessie Lewis 



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— Mrs. Sarah C. Elkins 

— Mrs. Julia Ferguson 

— Mrs. Delia McCann 
26 Mrs. Mary Yunger 

— William B. Crouch 
Carman intersects! 

28 Mrs. M. Shannon 

— George Williams 

— Jacob Bogner 

— James McCauley 

— John W. Keller 
Hassart intersects 

30 Jacob Thompson 

— Samuel Becker 
34 John Witt 

36 Charles Holsworth 
42 Isaac Gansler 

— Philip T. Pendergast 
46 B. P. Anderson 

48 Robert Gourley 

— William G. Geipel 
50 Charles Bergen 



— Hubert Forte 

— John Kern 

— Abraham Arn 
52 Vacant 

54 Vacant 

56 O. E. Hardy 

— Matthias Growley 
Oli-i'er intersects 

58 William Meincke 
60 W. E. Sanderson 
62 Emerson Cornell 

— J. F. Mills 
64 John Martin 

— E. B. Runyon 
66 Thomas Hackett 
68 Vacant 

Wobbe Bros. 

Morris intersects 
84 Polish 
86 Nunzio Luba 

— Thomas A. Brown 

— Charles C. Romer 



JONES AVENUE — From George southwesterly to Mile Run 
Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

17 Augustus Jaeger 
Redmond intersects 

19 John Yahn 

21 Edward Hubbard 
Townsend intersects 
Suydam intersects 
Seaman intersects 
Cor. Frederick Boll 
Handy intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

18 Charles W. Crouch 



Redmond intersects 
22 John L. Suydam 
Tozvnsend intersects 
Suydam intersects 
Margaret Stryker 
Seaman intersects 
56 George Holzworth 
Handy intersects 
Baldzvin intersects 
Hale intersects 
134 John Feaster 
148 John V. Outcalt 
— William N. Whitlock 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 
Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches: Perth Amboy, South Ambpy. New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 
and South RItfer. 

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JULIET — From Remsen ave. west of Codwise ave., south of 
Ellen 



Comstock intersects 
Lee Ave. intersects 



Livingston Av. intersects 
William C. Cottrell 



KIRKPATRICK— From 149 New northerly to 84 Paterson 



EVEN NUMBERS 

6 Mrs. M. A. Hagaman 
lo Linn E. Wheeler 
14 Jane Holcombe 
20 H. H. Banker 
22 W. H. Waldron 
24 D. M. Vail Kinports 
Bayard intersects 
Paterson intersects 

LAFAYETTE — From College ave. southwesterly to Sicard 

LANDING LANE — From Easton ave. nr limits to George 



ODD NUMBERS 

i-ii Evan. Lutheran Church 

13 Mrs. Marg't E. DeMott 

19 L V. Van Doren 

21 Mrs. A. Staats 

25 Morris Fischler 
Bayard intersects 
Paterson intersects 



LAWRENCE- 
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28 James Jones 

— Mrs. Martha M. Lambert 



83 Josiah Beechem 
Charles Crawford 



LEE AVENUE— From Welton southwesterly to Loretta 



ODD NUMBERS 

Redmond intersects 
Townsend intersects 
Suydam intersects 
Seaman intersects 
Cor. Rufus P. Wheeler 

55 Dennis Mullen 
Handy intersects 
Baldzi'in intersects 

93 Conrad Fink 

— Albert Kaller 
Hale intersects 



Comstock intersects 
123 George Love 
127 Paul Smith 
131 John H. Angerspach 

Delevan intersects 
135 Frank P. Harra 
139 John F. Groben 

Sandford intersects 
141 Mrs. Ellen Croken 

Pozvers intersects 
161 James F. Mullen 

Hoivard intersects 



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EVEN NUMBERS 

lo Frank Schneider 

12 H. N. Flavell 

i6 Mrs. C. A. Flavell 

— Flavell Trucking Co. 
Redmond intersects 

1 8 Mary Ryan 

— John Ryan 
22 P. F. Regan 

24 Mrs. Margaret Green 

— John Hickey 
26 Robert F. Gold 

— Harry Nusbaum 
30 Vacant 

Townsend intersects 
34 Vacant 
38 Frank Van Hise 

— John Rupprecht 

48 William M. Leppert 

Suydam intersects 
50 Jesse Venable 
52 Richard Hardy 

— Michael Bianco 
56 Salvatore Bianco 

58 Elmer G. Grodotzke 
62 Howard Gamble 
64 Frederick Schroeder 

— Alfred H. Puerschner 



Seaman intersects 
66 David Kirk 

— Mrs. Margaret Regan 

— John H. Cathcart 
70 W. L. Hefifernan 
72 J. P. Heffernan 

74 George Van Arsdale 

76 George Van Arsdale, Jr. 

78 Mrs. S. B. Danberry 
Handy intersects 

82 Mrs. Margaret Kommaro 

86 Vacant 

92 John H. Merritt 

98 Colored Mission 

Baldzvin intersects , 
106 P. Albert Moore 
108 Stephen Dedman 
112 William F. Brown 

— John Ivy 
Hale intersects 
Ebenezer Baptist Church 

(Colored) 
Comstock intersects 
140 William H. Stevens 
142 Mrs. Car'ne Neyranowski 
144 Robert H. Mason 
146 Paul Moody 

— John Burton 
Delevan intersects 



LIBERTY— From Neilson westerly to 327 George 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 George F. Van Derveer 

— Cornelius W. Vliet 
9 Jasper Field 

— Mrs. Ellen E. Martin 

— Mrs. M. Shardlow 
17 Webb Wire Works 



21 Charles A. Oliver 
23 Joseph R. Oram 

— G. H. LaBone 
25 John E. Tunison 

— Mary J. Bates 

— Thomas H. Bates 



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Offices: Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

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26 Mrs. Martha H. Cook 
— Sheldon L. WilHams 
First M. E. Church 
Geors^e intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

4 John Schleifer 
22 N. B. Opera House 
— N. B. Opera House Co. 
24 R. W. Hannah 

LITTLE BURNET — From Commerce Sq. northerly to Albany 

265 John Dorn 

LIVINGSTON AVENUE— From 324 George southwesterly to 
Mile Run Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

5 Dr. G. T. Applegate 
7 Dr. Henry G. Cooke 
9 Dr. E. Irving Cronk 
II Mrs. Cathar'e A. Perrine 
17 Henry L. Janeway 
25 John Waldron 
33 Prof. Charles E. Hart 
New intersects 
Hugh Boyd 
55 Rev. Albert Sears 
57 J. F. Cropsey 
59 August C. Streitwolf, Jr. 
61 Mrs. A. E. Howell 
67 P. H. Suydam 
75 Dr. William M. Moore 
— Dr. Chas. E. Saulsberry 
yy William H. Price 
Welton intersects 
Livingston High School 
Redmond intersects 
99 Charles J. Scudder 
103 J. M. Holman 
109 Frederick Weigel 

Toivnsend intersects 
119 Henry B. Manning 
121 B. D.' Halsted 
123 Harry J. Rolfe 



Suydam intersects 
129 George H. Donahue 
131 Dr. F. L. Hindle 
137 George W. Kuehnle 
149 Latham Hall 

Seaman intersects 
151 James Deshler 
155 C. H. Runyon 
159 Mrs. Joseph Fisher 

Handy intersects 
163 Mrs. Josephine M. Miller 
175 A. W. Petit 
179 John W. Wilson 

Baldzvin intersects 
183 Edwin B. Howitt 
185 H. B. WilHs 
187 W. E. Florance 
191 J. A. Dixon 
193 *S. S. Lindley 

Hale intersects 
195 Charles A. Schenck 
201 Vacant 
203 C. P. Lang 
207 William Hann 

Comstock intersects 
213 F. R. Stout 

Sandford intersects 
235 Garnett A. Rolfe 



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— Elmer E. Wyckoff 
241 Samuel F. Wylie 

Poivers intersects 
243 Mrs. S. E. Williamson 

— George H. Deinzer 
245 Joseph Wildgoose 

Hozvard intersects 
Tahnadge intersects 
Cor. William L. Weingart 
Ward intersects 
John Meseroll 
George Metier 
Ruliff Van Arsdale 

EVEN NUMBERS 

16 V. M. W. Suydam 
18 Clifford Voorhees 
20-22 Dr. Samuel Long 
24 Dr. Austin Scott 

Carrol Place ends 
46 Jacob G. Lipman 

— E. W. Mackenzie 

— J. H. Rolfe 
48-50 Dr. C. M. Slack 

Morris ends 
60 N. B. Free Pub. Library 
76 William E. Tilton 

Welt on intersects 

Livingston Ave. Baptist 
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86 Mrs. D. Murray 



88 Dr. J. Warren Rice 
90 Mrs. Bertha Posner 

Redmond intersects 

Millard F. Ross 

Tozvnsend intersects 
116 Mrs. M. Fick 

Suydam intersects 
134 George Berdine 
136 L. P. Johnson 
138 W. E. Sperling 

Seaman intersects 
142 Rev. James W. Marshall 
144 R. W. Pettit 
146 Rev. Alan D. Campbell 
148 B. M. Price 

Handy intersects 
152 Harry Ross 
156 Robert E. Ross 

Bcddzvin intersects 
158 Lucy A. V. Fox 
184 W. C. Armstrong 
186 WillTam O. Pettit 

Hale intersects 
192 Col. J. J. Janeway 

Comstock intersects 

Delevan intersects 
Cor. James H. Hughes, Jr. 
270 Hall H. Redd 

James H. Wildgoose 

Albert Serviss 



LOCK AVENUE — From Burnet bet. Bishop and Commercial 
ave. to the Canal Locks 



9 James Parsell 
II Herman Schultz 



15 J. H. Lyons 



LORAINE — From Central ave. northwesterly to St. Peter's 
Hospital 



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LORETTA — From Remsen ave. westerly to Codwise ave., south 
of May 

38 Charles H. O'browsky 

LOUIS — From French northwesterly to Central ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 Frederick T. Potter 
9 John Dean 
II Mrs. Margaret Elkins 

— Dr. Lawrence Mundy 
17 WilHam G. Cleland, Jr. 

— Harry C. F. Randolph 
19 Jacob Triffenger 

— Patrick Cone 

21 Richard Whalen 
29 Thomas J. Murray 

— John P. Boyle 
31 Michael M. Fay 

Somerset intersects 
81 Robert Hyde 
87 George C. Hendricks 
89 Robert D. Fowler 

— Edwin E. Dawson 
93 Isaac J. Hendricks 
97 Charles A. Manley 

Hamilton intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

8 Mrs. Bridget McGarry 
10 Adam Shultz 
14 Anthony F. Carroll 

— Frank Boyle 
18 Mrs. Anna M. Boles 
22 William H. Weston 
24 Thomas M. Delaney 
28 Edward F. Harkins 

— James McMurty 
30 Patrick F. Savage 
32 Dennis Byrne 

Somerset intersects 
36 Catharine McElheaney 
38 Robert J. McElheaney 
42 Edward R. Hayes 
44 Albert Reed 
72 Andrew J. Sperbeck 
78 M. J. Shannon 
— • Samuel G. Skewis 
82 George A. Bond 
86 George H. Bond 
90 James J. Moran 

MARSH'S ALLEY— Fom Neilson bet. Albany and Washington 
to City Alley 



5 Mrs. Alice Jackson 
7 Mrs. Ella Baker 



9 James Scott 



MINE — From College ave. southwesterly to Central ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

13 Mrs. L. M. Watts 
15 Andrew Fullarton 



29 Edward F. Conway 
31 Mrs. Marv Daly 
33 J. P. Wall 



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— J. Kilpatrick Smith 

35 Prof. W. H. Kirk 

37 William H. Hobbs 

39 Vacant 

41. Prof. G. H. Payson 

43 Henry G. Parker 

45 Eugene P. Darrow 

49 Asher Atkinson 

51 James Stark 

— • Conrad Wehrfritz 

53 Edward Banker 

Easton Ave. intersects 



65 Penn Carbon Man'd Co. 
Guilden intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 John W. Corrigan 
14 John Dunn 
16 Otto R. Voelker 
22 Edward McElhaney 
32 Samuel Whitehead 

Union intersects 
52 J. H. Harris 

Easton Ave. intersects 



MORRELL — From College ave. southwesterly to Central ave. 

ODD NUMBERS 

Sicard intersects 
37 Thomas Coyne 
47 Robert J. White 
49 John J. White 
51 Morris Carr 
53 Frank McKeon 
61 Hugh J. Bagley 

Wyckoff intersects 
75 Patrick Doran 
— William Robinson 
79 Dennis Foley 
83 Mrs. Margaret Crawford 
85 James W. Jernee 

Easton Ave. intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

16 Ezekiel Pierce 
i6j.^ C. B. Hartshorne 
18 Mrs. Catharine Gray 



i8>^ John H. Rastall 

20 C. J. Van Buskirk 

20>^ Jacob Field 

22 James L. Saunders 

22 >^ Vacant 

24 Vacant 

245/2 Vacant 

26 Vacant 

26^4 Vacant 

28 Hugh F. Wallace 

28>^ Vacant 

30 George W. Holman 

Sicard intersects 
50 John T. Keefe 
52 Mrs. Catharine Gasley 
58 Mrs. Mary Powers 
62 Mrs. Bridget Conway 
66 Mrs. Mary Gold 
68 John J. Waters 



MORRIS — From John westerly to Livingston ave. \ 

ODD NUMBERS Neilson intersects 

7 James B. Summons 13 Mrs. S. J. Dunn 



9 J. V. DeHart 



— John H. McMullen 



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15 William Stalker 

17 Mrs Katherine C. Long 

-^ V. E. Mills 

19 John Hawkes 

— Harry A. Shrader 
21 J. S. Stewart 

2^ Mrs. Isabel H. Gedney 
25 James W. Walker 

— Mrs. P. Walker 
2'; Charles Provost 

29 Mrs. Anna A. LaForge 

George intersects 
49 J. D. Chamberlain 
53 Herbert & Moke 
— • Peter Van Arsdale 
55 W. H. Pennington 
57 Dr. H. F. Zerfing 
59 George W. Lunt 
81 Walter Cur ran 
83 Benjamin Horner 
91 G. A. Hall, Post No. 67 
Livingston Ave. intersects 



EVEN NUMBERS 

4 Joseph Friedberg 
6 William H. Walker 

— Charles W. Goodheart 
8 C. A. Christiansen 

— Aaron Fertig 
12 Bertha Eden 

— Eugene Davison 

— Peter Johnson. 

, Neilson intersects 
14 Charles Taylor 

— G. W. Danberry 
16 Jane Buzzee 

— Mrs. Martha Van Fleet 
18 J. J. Harding 

20 T. H. Reames 
— ' Edward Welsh 
22 Rev. J. A. Dewald 
24 John Bergen 
26 Nathan Allen 
28 Henry C. Pierce 
30 Harriett S. Willett 
— ■ Alexander Ackerman 
32 John Waters 
George intersects 



NEILSON — From 41 Commercial ave. northerly to 520 George 



ODD NUMBERS 

5 William E. Van Doren 

— Ellen Vanderveer 

9 Mrs. Alargaret Shaffer 
II Garret Funk 
13 Joseph Nusbaum 
15 Charles N. Orpen 

— Arthur Goodchild 
17 Mrs. Mary Erath 
— • John Dobermiller 
19 Bernhardt Erb 



21 Patrick Griffin 

— E. T. Leppert 

2y Mrs. L. Kurusski 
29 George W. Guise 

— David P. Cutter 
31 Patrick Donahue 
33 James F. Masterson 

Carman intersects 
39 William Henry 

— Mrs. Eleanor May 
41 J. B. Collier 



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43 M. Brocha 

— James Lewis 

45 Henry A. Bornheimer 

H assart intersects 
47 Hatniah Curley 
— ■ George Westcott 
49 Mrs. Delia Clayton 

— Charles A. Cody 
53 Edgar D. Gordon 
57 Albert Marks 

59 C. E. Tindall 

— Harvey Vandergrift 
yy Reuben Levine 

Oliver intersects 
Morris intersects 
103 W. H. Ruckle 

— Arthur C. Hahn 
III John Molineux 
113 W. H. Ruckle 

-^ E. E. Van Deursen 
115 Frank J. Creamer 

— Peter J. Fate 

117 Mrs. Emma Britton 
Schureman intersects 
119 Robert M. Gambol 
121 John A. Ellison 

— Charles Nonemacher 

— Charles H. Elias 
123 Mrs. Sara Price 
125 Frederick Gowen 

— Mrs. Louisa Rupp 
127 Mrs. Jane Clark 
129 Henry Van Liew 

— Mrs. G. Cook 
131 T. H. Bates 
133 G. H. Brogly 

— Mrs. A. Schmidt 
Richmond ends 

135 Salvation Army Hall 



137 Wendel Slovik 

— Philip Peters 

— Mrs. Mary Gavin 
— • John E. Manson 

139 Israel Sahn 

141 Elmer E. MesseroU 

143 H. Flomenhaft 

— J, F. Buckelew 
145 Jewish Synagogue 

— Hillel Levine 
149 Jeremiah Gravino 
151-153 WiUiam G. Deinzer 
155 Charles R. Voorhees 
157 Alfred W. Johnson 
163 John Wieda 

165-167 John H. Fate 
169 R. V. Wilson 
173 Mrs. H. G. DeMott 
175 W. H. Boudinot 

Hiram ends 
177 Antonio Reportella 
179 Howard Conover 
181 Charles A. Dunham 

— L O. Arndt 

185 Robert S. Turton 

— Brunswick Decor'g Co. 
187-189 D. J. Williams 
191 Hop Sing 

— Mrs. Mary Shipman 
193 Sperry & Hutchinson Co. 
195 Arthur G. Wall 

— Alfred Murphy 
197 Mrs. F. Wild 
199 Mary E. Condon 
201-203 Times Building 

— N. B. Daily Times 

— Times Pub. Co. 
203 Globe Furniture Co. 
205 A. Marcus 



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— Abraham Bears 
207 W. M. Van Doren 
209 Ramon Montalvo, Jr. 

— C. A. Eib 

— Charles MoGinnis 
211 H. H. Winters 
213 George Watman 

Church intersects 

The Hub 
217 W. A. Housell 
219 Nom Tong 
221 Archibald Nagia 
223 

225 Mrs. M. O. Drake 
227 SaHn Tanasy 

— John H. Rupert 
231 

235 Herbert Fleming 
239 W. F. McGovern 
Albany intersects 
241 Charles H. Winders 
245-247 * 

249 Samuel Krausg 
251 Hungarians 
255 John J. Powers 
257 Mathushek & Son 
259 John Vagar 

— Ignatz Mixovos 

— Joseph Jurnics 
263 Alexander Stern 

Washington intersects 
267 T. J. McElarney 
269 Mrs. Ella Meyers 
271 Mrs. Mary Meyers 
273 Daniel McGovern 
275 Catharine Lynch 

— Rear McLaughlin Horse 

and Pony Exchange 
279 William Nickoden 



281 Vacant 
283 Louis Hildebrand 
285 P. J. Murray 
287 Louis Hildebrand 
289 Thomas Baldolato 
295 Harry Weil 
297 Hungarians 
299 Louis Juhasz 

Somerset intersects 
301 Susan Vogko 
303 Henry Ruck 
305 Frederick Ruck 

Railroad crossing 

N. & N. B. Hosiery Co. 

Hamilton intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

12 W. C. Batterson 
16 Henry Sepes 

— Charles Jackson 

— David Rupprecht 
18 William May 

20 Rev. J. F. Keuper 

22 St. John the Bap. School 

24 Convent of Sisters of 

Charity 
26-32 St. John the Baptist Ch. 

(German R. C.) 
34 Mrs. E. Traynor 
— • Mrs. Bridget Barrett 
— • Michale Vertucci 
Carman intersects 
42 Thomas Nafey 
46 Mrs. S. Grimes 

— W. N. V. Ackerman 
Hassart intersects 

50 Lester B. Wobbe 

— Mrs. Bessie H. Long 
52 Louis Bush 



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54 Mrs. Julia Eastburn 
56 William E. Rule 

— Mrs. Catherine DeHart 
58 Mrs. C. Schroeder 

60 William F. Howell 

— John Stark 

62 Mrs. Hannah Maley 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Holman 
Oliver intersects 

72 Alexander D. Walker 
74 Cornelius Brower 
76 John Stilwell 

— Mrs. Lydia Kempton 

— Max Freeman 
78 T. M. Walker 

— Daniel Bergen 

— Mrs. Frances Forack 
80 Mathias Andres 

— Nicholas Stekel 
82 John O. Wilson 

— Horatio A. Collins 
84 H. F. Deiner 

Morris intersects 
106 William F. Tracy 
108 Ellen Smith 

— Margaret J. Freed 

— J. P. Flanagan 

no Charles F. Cosgrove 

— William H. Hefner 
112 Carl Lundgrist 

— Margaret Voorhees 

— Jacob Brogley 
114-122 Edward Hingher 
124 Jacob Ziegler 

— W. E. Johnson 
126 Vacant 

128 J. C. Sullivan 

— J. G. Deinzer 
130 J. S. Friedman 



132 Albert Weinraub 

— Isaac Liberman 
134 Mathias Roehrich 

Liberty commences 
136 John Krauser 

— Michael Wiener 

— John Neuman 

— Kate Neuman 
138 Nicholas Freeh 

— Nicholas Gorober 
142 Herman Haufel 
146 W. H. Kohlhepp 
148 Frederick Fink 
150 Odd Fellows' Hall 
152 F. I. Donnelly 

156 Clarence Vanderveer 

— William H. Miller 

— Catharine Walters 
158 Charles T. Eastburn 

Bayard commences 
First Ref. Mission House 
First Reformed Church 
Paterson commences 
Christ Ch. Parish House 
Christ Church 
Church intersects 
202-204 Curran & Kemp 

— Amazon Hotel 
206 Philip Mechanik 

— Max Goldman 

— The Unique 
214 Julius Baltin 

Albany intersects 
224 John L. Smith 
226 J. E. Weldy 

— Frank R. Maxwell 
228 Mrs. J. A. Gibeson 
230 Vacant 

232 Rose Ketz 



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236 Foreigners 


— John McCrelis 


2/12 Stephen Szekeres 


256 Stephen Toth 


244 Paul Zsuppan 


258 John Varga 


246 Stephen Chonka 


200 Joseph Ur 


Washington intersects 


262 Joseph Hayter 


250 Abraham Shanny 


266-270 James Houghton 


— Charles Smith 


272-274 Mrs. M. A. Smith 


— Isaac H. King 


276-278 Mrs. A. A. Callan 


254 C. J. Hagerty 


Somerset intersects 


— • James Horver 




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NEW — From Burnet westerly to 114 French 


ODD NUMBERS 


39 Ferdinand Litkenhaus 


II R. S. Hartpence 


41 J. T. Fitten 


15 G. W. Whiteman 


— ■ Christian Bitzer 


— Hyman Frezbelau 


43 Aimie Ackerson 


— Louis Wild 


Neilson intersects 


17 Joseph C. Van Horn 


49 John P. Flanagan 


— Thomas Murphy 


51 John E. Breece 


19 WilUam H. Petty 


— William Applegate 


— Peter SchiUing 


53 Vacant 


— Annie Harlan 


55 Vacant 


21 Thomas Bunting 


57 Charles Wetsell 


23 Cornelius Garretson 


— A. E. Rappleyea 


— W. H. Paradine 


59 M. J. Bowling 


25 J. B. Burger 


61 Frederick Bloomer 


— L. W. Hay 


— Ann McEnaney 


27 Abram T. Westcott 


65 William Richards 


29 W. H. Logan 


— Mrs. Jane Hardy 


— • Thomas Hicks 


67 William H. Campbell 


— D. H. Polhemus 


71 Ernest A. Seeley 


31 Mrs. M. Martin 


73 Mrs. Mary Rappleyea 


- J. H. Seigret 


75 Warren H. Rule 


33 Sophie Deiner 


— • Mrs. Sarah Snyder 


— Abram Davis 


yy John H. Bergen 


35 A. P. Collier 


79 Mrs. Antoine Seiferth 



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— J. H. Van Deveer 

83 William B. McGinnis 

— Peter V^an Note 
85 Emma Stubblebine 

— Mrs. Mary Bberhardt 
87 H..B. Cook 

91 Morris Attinger 
95 Joseph Gross 

George intersects 

Middlesex Motor Co. 

Carroll Place 
139 J. L. R. Morgan 

Evangelical Luth. Ch. 

Kirkpatrick begins 
163 Mrs. E. A. Acken 
167 Mrs. Isaac E. Dunn 
169 Frank S. Welker 

— G. V. Duryea 
173 Pay ton & Welker 
175 Jennie Leary 

— ■ E. E. Oram 

— C. F. Rausch 
Schuyler begins 
Codwise Ave. begins. 

179 Rev. C. M. Perlee 
181 Louis A. Leitheiser 
183 Edward Hingher 
185 Mrs. M. E. Duncan 

— William H. L. Burns 
187 Mrs. E. W. Colby 

— Charles J. Mount 
189 Harry Solomon 
191 Vacant 

193 R. A. Rowland 
195 Ephraim Seaman 

— Mrs. M. Weller 
197 Mrs. I. Anderson 

— • Anthony C. Allen 
199 Henry Todd 



— Albert Dye 
201 M. E. Doll 
203 Joseph G. Rolfe 
205 Thomas Flavell 

— Robert Gourley 
207 Walter C. Reynolds 

— Mrs. Henrietta Vossler 
209 David B. Solomon 

— Mrs. E. Outcalt 
211 Mrs. M. Carlin 

EVEN NUMBERS 

4 Samuel Taratsky 
— ' Abraham Salovitz 

6 Louis Hildebrand 

8 Frank Erhart 
— ■ Peter Warka 
14 Mrs. Jane Barr 
16 Thomas C. Dugan 
18 Louis Shapiro 
20 Louis Shapiro 
John intersects 
22 Philip Yaffey 
24 Thomas Selover 

39 Marine Mfg. and Sup- 

ply Co. 
Neilson intersects 
36 James Kellett 
38 Mrs. M. A. Wobbe 

40 Thomas J. Sheridan 
42 Gideon Poland 

— • Christopher Chittick 

— Mrs. V. Cottington 
44 Edward E. Romer 

— William H. Voorhees 
46 Fields Obey 

48 Adam Geipel 
50 Adam Geipel 
52 Caesar Geipel 



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Harry C. Geipel 
Horace Rhodes 
R. F. Hamilton 
William Tunison 
John O'Connor 
Mrs. Annie Stevens 
Vacant 

John H. Conger 
Mrs. Ann McAvoy 
Robert L. Hoagland 
Nathan Allen 
George intersects 
Hugh Boyd 
E. E. Oram 
W. H. Rust 
Drift commences 
John Van Deursen 
M. L. Williamson 
Edwin C. Davis 
Henry Hewlett 
Mrs. S. Stines 
Alexander Yuill 
Georgianna Schenck 
W. S. Valiant 
Samuel Matthews 
John Applegate 
Neptune Eng. Co. No. 
Eden Decorating Co. 
Harry Orenstein 
Mrs. Mary Barr 
Mrs. J. L. Davitt 
Charles R. Rule 
Edgar Bros. 
Codzvise Avenue begins 



144 Charles Jaskson 

— George A. Demarest 
146 Mrs. Emma Palmer 
148 Mrs. B. Stillwell 
152 Joseph Deutsch 
152/2 George W. Brown 
154 Jesse Strauss 

156 E. S. Thompson 
158 E. E. Soden 

— C. J. Gilland 
160 I. H. Thompson 
162 J. P. Van Derveer 

— ■ William H. Van Derveer 
164 Sarah F. Smith 

— Eli T. Kerns 

166 James E. McGinnis 
168 William J. Huston 
172 Samuel D. Voorhees 

— Mrs. P. Booraem 

176 William H. Greenwood 
178 Augustus C. Diegel 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
192 Wiilliam H. Hulse 

— Charles P. Ent 
198 W. C. Potter 
202 T. F. Heffron 
206 A. D. Johnson 

— John H. Ross 
208 Henry E. Dobson 

— ■ Frank Oughton 
210 E. L. Godwin 

— Frederick Bitzer 
French intersects 
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Mrs. F. K. Stevens 
Charles Bonney 
Clarence McCawley 

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ODD NUMBERS 

9 Michael Lint 

11 Hungarians 

13 Mrs. A. Pearson 
15 John Stephens 

17 Mrs. Catharine Schmidt 

John intersects 
35 Mrs. R. R. Wark 
37 C. A. Renzor 

— WilHam A. Morris 
39 John H. Sansberry 

EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Alexander Sapiro 

12 Mrs. J. Mills 

14 John Spratford 

16-18 Schmidt's Ex. Office 

John intersects 
34 Louis Pfeiffer 

— Edward Dunham 



36 Frank Doerr 

— Mrs. Eva Weingart 
38 Mrs. Mary Carlon 

— George E. Gould 
40 John C. Stokes 

— Oscar V. D. Paine 
Neilson intersects 

48 George O. Crawford 
— • John T. Gould 
50 Mrs. Nellie McMahon 
— ■ William Furman 
Abecl intersects 
52 A. Eugene Hull 
— • Charles Forman 
58 Alexander Gulick 

— Nicholas Thirion 
Pitman M. E. Church 
George intersects 
Remsen Ave. commences 



OXFORD — From Somerset southeasterly to French 
PATERSON — From Neilson westerly to French 

ODD NUMBERS 

7 David Sommers 
9 Mrs. C. Van Antwerp 
II Thomas Kay & Son 
Church yard 
First Presbyterian Ch. 
George intersects 
39 Arthur O'Neill 
41-43 A. V. Schenck Bldg. 

— J. H. Van Qeef 

— Elliott Mfg. Co. 

— Schuyler C. Van Cleef 

— Water Com'rs' Office 



— C. T. Cowenhoven 
— ■ H. Remsen Cowenhoven 

— W. R. Schenck 

— Arthur V. Schenck 

— Hogan & Barnwell 
43 Water Department 
45 N. G. Rutgers 

— Mrs. Helena Neilson 
47 Mrs. Mary A. Munsell 
49 Vacant 
51 Susan Van Neste 

Spring commences 
53 Mrs. Annette Murphy 



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— Frank W. Libby 

— County Clerk's Office 
55 Edward E. Kilbourn 
57 David T. Hegeman 
59 Mrs. Louise M. Mas 
65 Vacant 

67 George D. Emerson 
69 Mrs. Sophia Smith 
71 Schuyler S. Rust 
73 John Weigel 
75 William F. Felton 
']•] John H. Stults 
79 Vacant 

Kirkpatrick ends 
121 Dr. D. C. English 

— Isabel A. Blake 
125 Paul Bendes 

— John Vizi 

127 Mrs. E. A. Mathis 
— ■ George E. Ireland 

131 Mrs. Mary A. Flagg 
— • John Van Arsdale 

133 Mrs. Velina Snead 

— Mrs. R. Cahill 
135-135^^ W. H. Pette 
141 J. B. Chamberlain 
145 Frank Raciti 

French crosses 
Paterson ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

18 Walter R. Church 
20 Mrs. Elizabeth Michel 
22 George H. Van Note 
24 Barney Marks 

— Milton Julian 

— Mortimer Marks 

26 Vanderbilt S. Voorhees 
28 Rev. I. S. Schenck 



30 Robert L. Adams 

— Edward B. Wyckoff 

— ■ Van Deursen Pharmacy 

George intersects 
32 Henrietta L. VanDeursen 
40 Middlesex Title Guaran- 
tee and Trust Co. 

— N. B. Fire Ins. Co. Bdg. 

— N. B. Fire Ins. Co. 

— Interwoven Stocking Co. 

— Hudson Reduction Co. 

— Hon. W. P. Voorhees 
— • Clifford S. Voorhees 

— Peter F. Daly 

— Thomas H. Hagerty 

— Second Workingmen's 

B. & L. Assn. 
— ■ Metropolitan Life Ins. 
Co. 

— Theodore B. Booraem 

— Viehmann & Dennis 

— August C. Streitwolf, Jr. 

— Russell E. Watson 

— Charles LaC. Hoff 
44 Louis A. Leitheiser 
46-48 Morrison Building 

— George S. Silzer 

— Anthony Silzer 

— John A. Coan 
— ■ Robert Adrain 

— Frederick Weigel 

— Hullfish & Whitfield 

— N. B. Loan Co. 

— ■ J. F. Kerwin & Co. 

— Dr. J. Warren Rice 
Elm Rozv ends 
Court House Square 
Kirkpatrick ends 

84 Mrs. H. ^. Fisher 



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86 Charles W. Sedam 
88 George K. Rolfe 
90 Mrs. Lilly Hedden 
92 Marks Lewine 
94 Mrs. Elizabeth Heil 

— August Dukesarth 
96 James S. Waker 

Schuyler intersects 
108 Isidor Schwartz 

— Henry Friedman 
no James B. Conlon 

— • George Hubbard 
112 Theodore Whitehead 

— Edward Gamble 
114 Mrs. Susan Hapenny 

— Augustin McGovern 
116 Mrs. M. Gensler 

— L. F. Lenhart 
118 Mrs. Elizabeth Schwab 

— John J. Masterson 
120 Michael Toth 

— Patrick Tobin 
Railroad crossing 

122-126 Swift & Co. 
128 Robert Kahrmann 

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— Mrs. Mary Kiss 
— • Roko Ratoslen 
— • Laszlo Beres 

132 Reinhart Baschong 
134 John J. McDermott 

— James F. Doyle 
136 Mrs. I. L. Sproat 

— • Andrew J. Crossley 

— James Manley 

138 Hadkins Bottling Co. 
140 William Smalley 
142 F. A. Pette 

— Ignatz Rosenbaum 
144 J. V. V. Gowen 

— Mrs. Margaret Gowen 
146 Michael Bosser 

— Alfred Wright 
148 Abraham Himan 
150 J. F. Orpen 

— Luzerne Bartholomew 
152 Mrs. Mary Colligan 

— W. J. Mooney 
French intersects 
Pater son ends 



ODD NUMBERS 

1-3 Shapiro & Adler 
5 Martin Waldroff 
7 Vacant 

9 Harding & Mansfield 
1 1 -1 5 Marks Bros. 
17 James B. Archer 
19 Bears Bros. 
21-23 Vacant 
25 Aaron Goldberg 
27 Samuel Bears 
— Reubin Bears 



29 John Holdstein 
31 Jacob Holdstein 

— George D. Dunn 
33 Philip Bruck 

— ■ Leon Ornstein 
35 Charles H. Elias 

— Mrs. Libbie McDede 
— • George Monaghan 
— ■ William Faurote 

— Julius Rodbortt 
37 Jacob Gleenstein 
37^ Luigi Thomasell 



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39 Leon Schwartz 
41 Vacant 
43 John Schwab 
45 Louis D. Eastburn 
47 John J. Waters 
49 Charles J. Hogarty 
Albanv intersects 
White Hall Stables 
Frank Cordo 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2-6 Philip Weigel, Jr. 
Herman Schwartz 
10 G. M. Auten & Bro. 
— ■ Mrs. Ellen Buzzee 



16 Harry Friedman 

— Elizabeth Gowen 
E. R. Van Pelt 
Church intersects 

24 Volunteers of America 
26 Adam Paulus 
28 Joseph Zoller 
30-32 Leon Gallen 

— N. B. Mattress Co. 
36 Lilly Rorke 

38-40 Frances V. Bickel 
Hotel Milton 
Albany intersects 
Public Service Corp. 
Alfred O'Rourke 



PLTTM — From French northwesterly to Somerset 



ODD NUMBERS 

9 Joseph Cesmodic 
— • Stephen Borlay 

— Bernard Wargo 
13 Louis M. Horvath 

— Stephen Stezina 
15 Abraham Wahler 
— ■ Catharine MoGuire 
19 Daniel J. McCormick 
21 William Levine 

— John T. Max 
23 James Fletcher 

EVEN NUMBERS 

6 Rose Kutos 
8 Vacant 

POWERS — From Jones ave, northwesterly to Livingston ave. 

ODD NUMBERS Throop Ave. intersects 



10 Joseph Donesctz 
12 Stephen Kosi 
16 Nicholas Palfi 
— Joseph Noge 
18 Michael Norgradi 
20 Joseph Tengolicz 
22 James Toole 
24 Joseph Kovatch 
26 Hungarians 
28 John Bowen 
30 John Johnson 
32 Annie Timbrook 
34 Hungarians 
36 Carmelo Bianco 
Somerset crosses 



Georges Road intersects 
9 Joseph Carroll 
Commercial Ave. intersects 



Remseii Ave. intersects 
243 John A. Snyder 
245 Joseph Broxmeyer 



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Lee Ave. intersects 
Codzuise Ave. intersects 
Livingston Ave. intersects 
299 William E. Leary 

EVEN NUMBERS 

18 August Bufogle 

28 Charles A. Meserole 



— ■ Mrs. Alice Cosgrove 
38 Albert Stewart 
— • Frank Newberg 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
Throop Ave. intersects 
Remsen Ave. intersects 
248 Vacant 

Lee Ave. intersects 



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ODD NUMBERS 

9 William S. Kane 
II George Fabian 
— William H. Bowen 
15 Joseph Nemet 
17 Semenek Bolos 
19 Hungarians 
21 Michael Leary 
23 Mrs. Margaret Breese 
25 Henry Ryno 
27 Harry K. Ackart 
29 Mrs. A. Krasensha 
31 Martin N. Perdun 
33 Charles A. Griggs 
35 Michael Spinelli 

Somerset crosses 

Prospect ends 



EVEN NUMBERS 

2 William Young 
4 George Herdon 

— Frank Mornio 
8 James Bossik 

10 Mrs. J. Gravatt 
— ■ John C. Jones 
12 WilHam B. Game 

— John B. Hunt 

16 Thomas Hagerty 

18 John R. Butler 

— ■ "Theodore Hartman 

20 Ida B. Good 

— ■ Richard Davison 

22 George B. Buzzee 

24 George Zawizc 



PROSPER — From central ave. northeasterly to Stone 



ODD NUMBERS 

25 Edward F. Wilson 

— T. J. Barnwell 

27 Mrs. Catharine Diebold 

33 Mrs. M. Morrissey 

— • John A. Giblin 

37 John P. Nelson 



EVEN NUMBERS 

Stone crosses 

2 Mrs. Hannah McCann 
— Mrs. Mary Dunlap 

6 Mrs. Alice M. Donegan 

8 James Mulligan 
10 John McAndrew 



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Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 
and South River. 



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14 Mrs. Mary M. Gleason 

— Frances C. McDede 

16 Patrick Smith 

22 William J. Masterson 

24 J. W. Abramson 

— ■ Mary Kennedy 



26 William J. Beatty 
28 Mrs. Nora E. Kuhn 
30 Michael J. Moran 
32 W. H. Carman 
38 John C. Heflin 

Easton Ave. intersects 



PTTBLIC PARK— Bet. Railroad ave., Codwise ave., Hale and 
Comstock sts. 

RAILROAD AVENUE— From 190 New southwesterly to Fulton 



ODD NUMBERS 

9 John George 
— • Anthony George 
II Matthew Konczler 

— Michael Sabo 
13 Frederick Ruck 

Tozvnsend intersects 
35 William C. Monaghan 
— ■■ Mrs. Frances Hobensack 
41 Wm. Schmeckenbecher 

Suydam intersects 
43 Theo. W. Hartman 
51 Gabriel Toth 

— Joseph Wolff 

55 William H. Conger 
57 Cornelius J. Bergen 
Seaman intersects 
Handy intersects 
Baldzvin intersects 
Hale intersects 
Comstock intersects 
Delevan intersects 
Sand ford intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Smith Scott 
TO Michael Caro 

Redmond intersects 



14 Vacant store 

— John Voros 

— George D. Williams 
18 William H. Lee 

— • Frank Lee 

— Valente Triak 
20 William Snyder 
22 Mrs. G. Goodwin 
24 James Donnelly 

— Frank W. Fischer 
28 Isaac Giles 

Tozvnsend intersects 
34 Hungarians 
36 Vandal Horveth 

— Frank Zuppan 
— • Frank Csak 
40 Frank O. Dey 

— Richard F. Keller 
42 Andrew W'estervelt 

Suydam intersects 

Seaman intersects 
70 Frank Wittkofsky 

Handv intersects 
78 Patrick Burke 
84 Adam Lutz 
88 Joseph G. Ubry 
92 George H. Bradford 

Baldzvin intersects 



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RAY — From College ave. westerly to Easton ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

51 William F. Grady 

Sicard intersects 
53 Forman M. Hardy 

— Joseph Hayes 
55 Thomas Hughes 

Wyckoff intersects 
89 John A. Sullivan 
91 Will Davis 
93 James Egolf 

— Frank Roth 

REDMOND — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to Railroad ave. 



EVEN NUMBERS 

Sicard intersects 
46 Mary Curran 

Wyckoff intersects 
84 William Lenhart 
— • Austin Grealis 
86 John T. Grealis 
— John Hart 
92 Frank Albert 

Easton Ave. intersects 



ODD NUMBERS 

Commercial Av. in'ersects 
87 Cornelius Buckelew 
loi W. A. Van Aman 
105 Jonathan Combs 
109 Jacob I. Bergen 

Throop Ave. intersects 
139 Augustus Meyers 
141 Jacob S. Applegate 
143 Andrew M. Acker 
145 Thomas H. Hardv 
147 William A. Wolff 
149 Theo. B. Wilmurt 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
lyi Adam Krank 
173 Prince A. Green 
175 John J. LaBar 

— William LaBar 
177 William Van Dyke 
179 William H. Pell 
181 F. B. Thompson 
185 Mrs. Mary Spille 
187 Addison Williamson 

— Edward Williamson 



189 John H. Schenck 
191 Thomas Anderson 
Lee Ave. intersects 
203 Jacob F. Reed 
205 William H. Buckelew 
207 William R. Reed 
211 Howard Bishop 
213 James H. Hughes 
— ' Mrs. Emma Tunison 
215 Earle J. Owen 

— Thaddeus Holman 
217 Henry B. Smith 
219 Cyrus C. Smith 
221 Frederick W. Hall 
225 John V. Kent 

Livingston Av. intersects 
259 Mrs. Hannah DeHart 

— Henry R. Van Nuis 
261 George V. Shann 
263 Owen R. Swain 
265 John H. Payton 
267 James Payton 

Drift intersects 
271 Mrs. Anna M. Parker 



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Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. Neiv Brunswick, Rahway, Carteret 

and South River. 



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— David S. Bartholomew 

— George S. Parker Co. 
2/3 William G. Phillips 

Codivise Ave. intersects 
289 Albert R. Reeves 
291 S. H. DeHart 
293 Mrs. Mary E. Hurley 
295 Mrs. S. Warner 

— John Buckelew 
297 W. L. Van Sickel 

— Richard D. Caldwell 
301 W. H. Staat 

305 Mrs. Alice Rea 
307 Vacant 

Railroad Ave. intersects 

Redmond ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

26 Allan H. Bennett 
Jones Ave. intersects 
Commercial Av. intersects 

90 George Brogley 

92 C. S. Bastedo 

96 Absent 

98 J. F. Conover 
104 Lewis W. Dunn 
106 William J. Armstrong 
108 J. H. Brown 
112 R. L. Stevens 

— George Holman 
114 Guiseppe Federico 

Throop Ave. intersects 
134 Barbara Pfeiffer 
136 Charles H. Van Liew 

— William F. Kerwin 
138 Frank E. Rose 
140 Peter Warnsdorfer 

— Mary Storn 
1^2 Hannah Clark 



144 Frank C. Stokes 
152 Nicholas Bache 

— William Braithwaite 
Renisen Ave. intersects 

182 Italians 
184 James Kehoe 
186 John Daly 
188 David Gillings 

— John J. Gillings 
190 George L. Gillings 

Lee Ave. intersects 
202 H. Raymond Groves 
204 Clement Eckrode 
206 George Weigel 
208 Chester W. Wood 
210 Vacant 

212 Edward H. Wikoff 
214 Peter P. Runyon 
216 Edward W. Hicks 
218 Mrs. Henrietta Drury 

Livingston Av. intersects 
254 Schenck Bennett 

— E. C. Voorhees 

256 Theodore W. Stoetzel 
260 Mrs. M. Roche 
262 W. F. Thomas 

— Charles Murgatroyd 
264 John Ferguson 

266 C. P. Van Horn 
268 James S. Ten Broeck 

Drift intersects 
270 Edward E. Lane 

Codunse Ave. intersects 
282 W. R. Hughes 

— Mary A. Jackson 
284 H. G. Burton 
286 John Lawrence 
288 Wm. H. C. Jackson 
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— P. H. Hendricks & Son 
298 Mrs. M. P. Voorhees 
300 J. E. Whiting 

— I. N. Terry 



302 Thomas Busby 
304 Joseph H. Pearce 
306 Samuel Kramer 

Railroad Ave. intersects 



REMSEN AVENUE — From George southwesterly to city limits 



ODD NUMBERS 

25 T. H. Riddle 

29 Katherine McLaughlin 

33 J. M. Barkelew 

Welton intersects 
37 Isaac I. Ewing 
41 Ella Pettit 
43 Robert F. S. Wark 
45-49 Masonic Temple 

Redmond intersects 
51 J. L. Hoagland 

— John Rule 

53 Jessie F. Kearney 

57 Mrs. Elizabeth Martin 

— George H. Miller 
59 Mrs. Mary. Stuart 
61 W. A. Benden 

63 Thomas Ward 

— Mrs. Ann Barrett 
Toivnsend intersects 

65 Maurice Hanlon 

67 Lawrence F. Cosgrove 

71 John Dwyer 

73 G. N. Space 

75 Patrick Meagher 

79 John Birch 

81 Raritan Engine Co. No. 4 

Siiydam intersects 
83 Francis Ballou 
85 Henry Van Arsdale 

— G. E. Thompson 
87 Tony Delesandro 

— Joseph Blossom 



91 Michael J. Masterson 
95 Nicholas Cantore 
97 John Sica 

Seaman intersects 
10 1 John F. Daly 
103 Joseph Nowitzke 

— Voorhees Cox 
III J. H. Westcott 

— John Britt 

113 Charles Conklin 
115 Frank Donofrio 
Handy intersects 
iiy Mrs. M. Donohue 

— G. W. Geer 
119 Nesar Paris 

123 Domonick Magala 
127 W. H. Carty 
131 Gerardo Mariano 
Baldzvin intersects 
139 W. P. Hunter 
141 Mrs. Lena Praziuo 

— Antonio Brenette 
145 Vincent Rampone 
147 Joseph Rampone 

Hale intersects 
163 William Gamble 

Comstock intersects 
171 Jeremiah Thompson 
175 Italians j. 

Delevan intersects 
179 Giuseppe Faraci 

— Antonio Coffera 
Sand ford intersects 



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195 Mrs. Caroline Strein 
Powers intersects 
N. B. Iron & Metal Co. 

249 William Hines 
Italians 

Hozvard intersects 
Tahnadge intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

12 George B, Rule 

14 Mrs. Elizabeth Haslett 

18 W. E. Edmonds 

— John S. Dodd 
22 Vacant 

28 Robert Carson 

30 Edward Houghton 

— Mary A. Randolph 
32 George W. Dunn 

— Henry H. Landahl 
IVelton intersects 

34 H. H. Strong 

— Edward Houghton 
36 W. A. New 

38 Wilson McMullin 

— Henry Seiffert 

40 Rev. Herbert J. Belting 
42 Joseph Bing 

— Charles E. Rolfe 
44 J. D. Hicks 

Redmond intersects 
46 B. H. Alfred Groth 

— Charles De Armas 
50 George V. Phillips 
52 Robert Marks 

— James A. Grady 
54 John Heimel 

— William Pfeiffer 
56 Joseph Huether 
58 Hulda Feaster 



60 George B. Oliver 
Tozvnsend intersects 

62 Margaret Brown 

64 Mrs. Elizabeth Hayes 

66 James F. Hefferty 

70 Charles Eling 

72 A. M. Bergen 

76 Adam Wieland 
Suydam intersects 

78 M. S. Marks 

86 Abram Marks 

88 Alice Bergen 

90 Conrad F. Dorn 

— Christian Brusso 
92 Mrs. A. Burkle 

— Vacant store 
Seaman intersects 

96 Vacant 

98 K. Maroon 
100 William H. Meserole 
102 Peter Gray 
104 James F. Parker 
Handy intersects 
112-114 Mrs. L. H. Barbour 

— Anna Mulholland 

— James Barbour 
120 Charles Dunn 
122 William Zogg 

— H. Gorman 
126 J. G. Zogg 

Baldzvin intersects 
128 G. F. Leppert 
134 Nicholas Troisi 
136 Carmello Ferrara 
138 Michael Filippo 
140 Joseph Dailey 

— Carmine Mupo 
Hale intersects 

142 Howard N. Frazee 



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152 Henry J. Matthas 
154 Mrs. Jane E. Higgins 
156 Rudolph Johnson 
— Mrs. Susan Kent 
160 Absent 

Comstock intersects 
162 Elias Delanoy 
166 Michael Frisch 
170 Matteo Chibboro 

Delevan intersects 



186 Israel Laurie 
192 Tarelton Duval 

Sandford intersects 
246 John Burke 

Ward intersects 
380 Henry Busch 

Lazvrence intersects 
388 Charles Denton 
390 William Matthias 

Fulton intersects 



RICHARDSON — From College ave. westerly to Easton ave. 

89 Philip F. Reiley 
91 John Garrigan 
97 Adam Frank 
99 Andrew Conboy 
loi R. F. Barrett 
105 Timothy J. Kane 
1 1 1 John E. Tobin 

Easton Ave. intersects 



ODD NUMBERS 

College Ave. intersects 
25 William C. Witty 
— John H. Wyckoff 
37 John Hannan 

Sicard intersects 

Nicholas Lauer 

John F. Barr 

J. J. Selby 

Martin F. Horn 

Patrick Bailey 



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65 Joseph H. Smith 



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Henry W. Weber 
Henry J. Seaman 
Wyckoff intersects 
George H. Kenyon 
T. R. Concannon 



EVEN NUMBERS 

22 James L. Hannan 
54 Peter Pfeifer 

Sicard intersects 
62 John A. Dunlap 
— Martin Power 
66 John F. Lalley 

Wyckoff intersects 



RICHMOND— From Burnet westerly to Neilson 



ODD NUMBERS 

13 Edward Monaghan 

— R. C. McDede 
15 Max Feller 

17 C. W. Kneib 

— Oscar Jarrard 
19 Philip Meitzler 



21 Foreigners 

Dennis intersects 
2y James A. Lynch 
— John H. Eganey 
29 L. P. Haas 
33-35 AhvasAchim( Jewish) 
2,"/ Rudolph G. Janzen 



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EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Paul J. Rosa 

8 Mrs. K. Loney 
IO-I2 Armstrong & Ozen- 

baugh 
14 A. J. Ludwig 
16-18 Conrad Sebolt 
20 Jacob Lani 

— Matthew M. Tupin 
22 S. I. Devitt 

— Thomas Ryan 
24 Wilham Hilstorf 

— Max Steiner 
26 Andrew Zahn 



28 J. J. Kinslow 

— Charles Snedeker 
30 George Holzworth 

^2 Mrs. Mary S. Weseman 

— Lizetta E. Weseman 
34 Matthias Sanzer 

36 George Hansen 
40 James E. Turner 

— John Seaman 

40>4 Mrs. S. M. Frank 
42 Mrs. M. Covert 

— William C. Bader 
44 Mrs. A. Molimock 



ROBINSON — From Hamilton northwesterly 

ODD NUMBERS 

15 Mary Vanliew 

— John Glomer 
17 Charles S. Stryker 
19 George B. Smith 
21 Fred. G. Robinson 
27 Ellen Hannan 

— Margaret I. Burke 
29 William H. Voorhees 
31 Benjamin F. Pries 
33 Gottlieb Neumann 



35 H. Schneider 
Rear 39. Charles Schenck 

EVEN NUMBERS 

12 John Klein 

18 John W. Taylor 

24 Vacant 

28 Lizzie Buckelew 

34 Nicholas Krauss 

36 Harry Buckelew 
— Patrick Brannen 



RUTGERS— From Livingston ave. west to Codwise ave., south 
of Lawrence 

Charles Garling 

SANDFORD — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to French 



ODD NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
Commercial Av. intersects 

133 Horatio C. Mount 

137 Isaac Britton 



139 Charles Mahone 
143 J. Layton Sheppard 
145 George B. Hardenburgh 
147 Mrs. Catharine Ryan 
149 Andrew Curry 



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151 Julius Dahmer 

Remscn Az^c. intersects 

Lee Ave. intersects 
221 Antonio Bianco 

Livingston Av. intersects 
263 George J. White 
271 Willard H. Brown 

Codwise Ave. intersects 
291 Charles F. Thompson 
293 William H. Seaman 
299 William Marsh 

— Mrs. Sarah Breece 
301 Frank Luga 

305 Ann Beatty 
315 Harry Enoch 

Jersey Ave. intersects 
385 John H. Garry 
391 Michael M. Garry 
393 Charles Schmit 
397 Benjamin Kreyling 

EVEN NUMBERS 

Nichol Ave. intersects 
'. Jones Ave. intersects 
Commercial Av. intersects 
90 Adam Boll 

— Edward Cox' 
92 John Collins 

106 Mrs. Frances Krauss 

112 Mary Besango 

Throop Ave. intersects 
Howell Lumber Co. 
Rar. River R. R. Depot 



Remsen Ave. intersects 
208 Jerry Cicerale 

Lee Ave. intersects 
214 A. E. Horner & Bro. 
216 Benjamin F. Homer 

Livingston Av. intersects 
256 Henry Gray 

— Charles Leary 
262 George W. Otis 
264 Clifton G. Mott 

274 Henry G. Schipmann 
Codivise Ave. intersects 

292 Isaac T. Berdine 

296 Farmer Perdun 

302 Owen F. McGowan 

304 Owen McGowan 

310 Joseph G. Baier 

Railroad Ave. intersects 

336-340 Empire Trucking Co. 

— Empire Storage Co. 
342 Hugh J. Geoghegan 

Jersey Ave. intersects 
376 Joseph Pozelski 
386 Mrs. Mary Jefferies 

— Mrs. Lena Higgins 
394 Michael Yarosh 

396 Anthony Krunsansky 

400 Ann Shannon 

402 Valentine Reinson 

404 Anthony Smolensky 

406 Polish 

408 Michael Polesky 



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ODD NUMBERS 

1-3 William Feiler 
5 Mrs. S. Hoagland 



13 Albert Halstead 
— Mrs. M. C. Smith 
15 Isaac Cavalier 



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Rear. Charles Mulford 
17 William F. Acker 
19 T. J. Rolfe 

— Marvin J. Rolfe 

— Eliza J. Rolfe 
23 John O'Brien 

— C. C. Hardy 

— Matthias Knauss 
27 Joseph Feller 

— Isidor Mirsky 
31 Mary A. Lyons 

— Peter F. Horan 

— Hyman Glazer 

35 WilHam O'Connell 

Neilson intersects 
43 Philip Solomon 

— Charles H. Hingher 
47 Storage House 

49 Wilson Eldridge 
51 B. W. Suydam 
53 J. R. Field 
55 William Reed 

— Mrs. E. Hartmann 
57 John S. Stalee 

59 H. S. Manning 
61 Mrs. A. Remsen 

— Frederick M. Grether 

— Peter Brunson 

— Edwin Bartow 

63 Annie C. Wakeham 
65 Charles W. Grover 

— Clarence Provost 

67 N. B. Bill Posting Co. 

— Edwin M. Biles 

— John Dietzel 
69 John Wortman 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Lanthaler 
71 Office of Overseer of the 

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EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Absent 

12 Charles C. Boyle 

— Matthew Dailey 
14 Julius Schultz 

— Meyer Nirenstein 

16 Henry Mildenberger 

— William Hogan 
20 William Ferguson 
24 J. H. Bates 

26 Adam Sehi 

— Louis Dubben 
28 Joseph Reisfeld 

— Philip Watkins 
30 Sarah DeHart 

— Isaac W. Langstaff 
2,2 Mrs. Mary Solomon 
34 Samuel Russell 

36 Samuel Levenson 

— Charles Leppert 
38 D. H. Robotham 

Neilson intersects 
54 Absent 
56 Vacant 
60 Ellen Donnelly 

— T. E. Oram 
62 F. B. Tappen 

— William H. Kohlhepp 
64 William F. Siemens 

— Mrs. M. J. Irwin 
66 D. B. Sawyer 

— Cecelia Boudinot 
68 J. D. McCallum 
70 F. M. Moore 

— Moulton Mfg. Co. 
72 R. C. Mayo 

— Mrs. Mary Davison 

— Albie Ackerman 

74 Mrs. Helen Murray 



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76 Mrs. Mary Rule 

78 Etta Danberry 

— G. M. Churchwood 

80 Nami Kalli 

— ■ William F. Puerschner 

George intersects 
84 Albert Weinraub 



86 William A. Scott 

88 Visiting Nurse Associa'n 

90 C. V. Smith 

92 P. H. Suydam 

94 Absent 

Livingston Av. intersects 

Schureman ends 



SCHUYLER — From 175 New northerly to junction of Church 
and French 



ODD NUMBERS 

I Thomas Marsh 

5 George Witt 

Bayard intersects 
17 Waher W. Miller 
21 Benjamin A. Tomes 
23 Mrs. C. Silzer 



2y Mrs. C. Bergen 
Paterson intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 C. C. Van Doren 
— Frank L. Joslyn 

Bayard intersects 
22 Rev. Frederick C. Uhl 



SCOTT — From French northwesterly to Somerset 



ODD NUMBERS 

No houses 

EVEN NUMBERS 

8 Samuel H. Amerman 
10 Patrick J. McDonald 
12 Mary J. Gilliland 



14 Joseph H. Lee 

— John Roberts 

16 John E. Bartholomew 

— John Zimmerman 
Somerset crosses 
Scott Olds 



SEAMAN — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to French 



ODD NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
57 Annie Kummer 

Commercial Av. intersects 
87 H. A. Reed 
89 Adam Boll 
91 John Baierl 
95 William H. Geer 
97 Otto Wolff 
— Andrew Gund 



loi Charles G. Lowe 

105 Absent 

107 x\bsent 

109 Joseph Bailey 

III John Schlank 

Throop Ave. intersects 
127 Arthur D. C. Blaney 
— Jacob Russo 
133 Thomas F. Ware 
137 George V. Holman 



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141 Mrs. Mary Roach 
143 T. F. Dwyer 
145 W. J. Archibald 

— Ephraim Van Arsdale 
151 Robert Gourley 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
169 George Callaway 

— Mrs. M. Doyle 
171 William B. Hardy 
181 Henry Cody 

185 Patrick Guiton 
189 Vacant 

Lee Ave. intersects 
207 James N. Smith 

— John V. Staats 
209 Lewis Ferguson 

— Edward G. White 
213 Frank H. Perdun 

— Edward Nafey 
215 Edward G. Fern 

217 Charles Nonnemacher 

219 J. H. Thomas 

221 C. A. Thomas 

225 John Thomas 

227 Duncan K. Battison 

— Mrs. S. Louise Powelson 
Livingston Av. intersects 

255 Theodore F. Wilcox 
257 Silas W. Wilcox 
259 John H. Suydam 

— William T. ToUmann 
263 Lewis A. Howell 
265 Howard S. Irwin 

— Isaac Van Pelt 
267 John Keifer 

269 George J. Kuhn, Jr. 
271 C. Irving Tunison 

— Mrs. Lucretia Tunison 
273 Henry O. Nevius 



— Abram DeHart 
275 William H. Colburn 

Drift intersects 
279 James H. McGovern 
285 Edwin Hardy 
289 John C. Hunt 

Codzvise Ave. intersects 
291 Harry H. Winters 
293 A. L. Gray 

— Charles H. Schlosser 
297 John H. Welsh 

— Charles A. Miller 
299 E. W. Higgins 
305 John T. Saults 

— Milton Meyers 
311 John J. Copeland 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
335 Joseph Cook 

— Frank J. Lounsberry 
339 Edward F. Hussey 

— Jennie Hussey 
341 James H. Donohue 
343 Harry E. Leppert 

— J. F. King 

347 John Van Doren 

— Mrs. Mary Boyle 
349 Patrick Green 

351 William S. Fouratt 
355 Ellen Masterson 

Jersey Ave. intersects 

Seaman ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
50 Mrs. Catharine Leppert 
54 Italians 

Commercial Av. intersects 
no Isaac Griggs 

Throop Ave. intersects 



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134 James Hughes 

136 Abram H. Dunham 

138 Mary A. Foster 

140 M. J. Morris 

144 Thomas F. O'Donnell 

146 WilHam Brockman 

— Henry Lins 
152 Henry Gordon 
182 Charles Hall 

— Owen Kerwin 
Rcmsen Ave. intersects 

184 Edward Kerwin 

186 Frank B. Frankenberg 

188 Conrad Heberman 

— Thomas Dunn 

— Charles Lang 
192 Thomas Gavin 

Lee Ave. intersects 
212 Daniel McCloskey 
214 David McCloskey 
216 Clarence Gilliland 
218 R. B. Blauveh 
222 Wilson N. Osborn 

Livingston Av. intersects 
226 Thomas H. Beam 
256 George R. Deshler 
258 Charles W. Kilbourn 
260 Agnes L. Stevenson 
262 Frank Crawford 



264 Henry Durham, Jr. 
266 Charles D. Ross 
268 William Goodwin 
270 Charles H. Pierson 
272 Charles B. Applegate 

Drift intersects 
274 Thomas C. Cole 

Codzvise Ave. intersects 
292 Charles G. Snyder 
302 James F. Fleming 
306 Mrs. Ann Fleming 
308 Mrs. Ellen Lynch 
310 Vacant 
312 John G. Dunn 
314 John Gordon 
316 Peter A. Klein 
318 William Reihl 
318 Henry Schoof 
324 James Papp 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
340. William H. Dunn 
342 George R. Dunn 
346 Thomas Dunn 
348 Mrs. Sarah Carmen 
350 Mrs. Cornelia C. Myers 

— Louis M. Leon 
352 Mrs. Mary Courtney 
354 Frank M. Cody 
356 Baier Bros. 



SEMINARY PL. — From College ave. northeasterly to George 



Rev. E. P. Johnson 
Rev. John H. Gillespie 
College Museum 
James Suydam Hall 
William H. S. Demarest 



Rev. Ferdinand S. Schenck 
Rev. J. Preston Searle 
Peter Hertzog Hall 
Gardner A. Sage Library 



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ODD NUMBERS 

5 George Meyers 
9 Mrs. Louisa Skewis 
13 William Rastall 
17 Mrs. Mary White 

— Albert Blue 
19 New house 

21 Theodore R. Lester 

— John Lens 
Sicard intersects 

51 Mrs. Alice E. Howley 
53 Aaron Van Doren 
JVyckoff intersects 



Paul Reyhon 
75 Henry F. Dwyer 

EVEN NUMBERS 

58 George W. Davis 
Sicard intersects 
Wyckoff intersects 
80 Peter L Beck 
^2 Mrs. Lena Beck 
90 Thomas O'Connor 
92 Hungarians 
94 Stefan Barda 
98 William J. Sheble 
Easton Ave. intersects 



SICAED — From Stone northerly to Lafayette 



ODD NUMBERS 

5 WilHam Maher 
7 Louis Zaravs 

9 Antonio Santo 
Bartlett intersects 
Morrell intersects 
Ray intersects 
Senior intersects 

71 James E. Horan 

— Nicholas T. Martin 
Richardson intersects 

83 Thomas F. Baker 

87 A. J. Gebhardt 

Huntington intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

6 Frank Sansouci 
Bartlett intersects 
Stone intersects 

22 James T. Whalen 
28 Christopher J. Coyne 



Morrell intersects 
38 Garrett W. Kenny 

— John Lyons 

44 James J. Gilligan 

— James H. Curran 
Ray intersects 

50 Thomas A. Travers 

— Edward Anderson 
52 Theodore C. Bennett 

— William W. Eden 
56 Edward O'Donnell 
60 Mrs. Mary O'Donnell 
66 Thomas H. Howley 

Senior intersects 
74 Patrick Howley 

Richardson intersects 
76 John Smith 

— John E. Reardon 
Huntington intersects 

100 J. H. Cunningham 
Lafayette intersects 



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SOMERSET — From 54 Water westerly to Mile Run Brook 



ODD NUMBERS 

Water intersects 
C. F. Jar Co. 

23 John Gola 

25 H. J. Mooney 

27 Steve Gross 

29 Steve Wogo 

31 Hungarians 

33 Susan Vogko 
Neilson intersects 
George intersects 
College Buildings 
College Ave. intersects 
Rutgers Prep School 
107 Edward L. Burt 

— William F. Stroud 
109 Catharine McGinn 

— James Donegan 
III Mrs. AHce Ahearn 

— Letitia Grover 

— Mrs. Susan Perdun 

— Jacob McMurtry 
113 Jeremiah Donovan 

Easton Ave. intersects 
115 Jacob Miller 

— Antonio Rannazzisi 
117 Frank Russo 

119 John Duffy 

— Michael Teheney 
121 John Griese 

— Thomas J. Mullen 

— Robert Schmid 
123 E. H. Stokes 

— J. H. Van Derhoef 
125 G. R. Robbins 

— Mrs. A. Lammertz 
127 George I. Stokes 



129 John W. Vliet 
131 John W. Stafford 
133 T. J. Collins 
135 Mrs. C. Reilly 
137 John L. Mifflin 
139 Absent 
143 Mrs. M. McMahon 

— Mrs. M. Maloney 
145 E. O. Whitcomb 

— Peter Van Deripe 
147 I. Newton Blue 

— John H. Gingrich 
149 Daniel Buzzee 

— Joel Sievenpiper 

— Richard Hubert 
Hardenbergh intersects 

159 St. Peter's Hospital 

St. Peter's School 

Columbia Hall 

Diinsion intersects 
175 J. H. March 
177 C. A. McMurtry 
179 Mrs. A. Burton 

Baptist Memorial Chapel 

High intersects 
igy Charles Fisher 
205 W. D. Dewhurst 
213 St. Ladislaus Church 
215 Rev. John N. Szeneczey 

Cigar Factory 
233 Hugh McKeag 

Louis commences 
251 Frank Stefanesik 
?6i Louis Flanders 
271 Richard Whitaker 
353 William H. Lawson 

Freeman Woodbridge 



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Emma McCoy 
William G. Brower 
Simeon R. Morris 

EVEN NUMBERS 

2 Stephen Toth 

— Stephen Cosma 
6 Joseph Sabo 

8 John Small 

— John Balla 

TO Georg-e Polgar 
12 Hungarians 
14 John Karakas 
16 Michael Kasarda 
18 Frank Toma 

Catharine ends 
20 Joseph Juhasz 
22 Hungarians 
22}4 Hungarians 
24 John Kuhut 
26 Charles Nemeth 
30 Louis Juhasz 

N'eilson intersects 
36 Janis Barta 

— John Sipos 

38 Samuel U. Forkas 
40 Daniel Kiss 

— Frank Rudolph 
42 John Copri 

44 Alexander Balint 

— John Cosma 
46 Hungarians 

City Alley ends 
54 Frank Daroci 

— Alexander Damyan 

— Frank Nogy 
George intersects 

80 William M. Lawrence 
82 T. R. Warren 



86 Sisters of Charity 
88-92 St. Peter's Church 
94 Rt. Rev. Monsignor John 
A. O'Grady 

— Rev. Francis Quinn 

— Rev. James F. Gough 

— Rev. John Plowoski 
98 A. V. Harding 

Rear. Wet Wash Laundry 
100-102 William F. Harding 
104 Mrs. M. F. Hickey • 

— Charles Fitzing 
106 Stephen Granser 

— Mrs. Sarah E. Cannon 

— John S. Barbour 

— A. J. Myers 

108-110 Joseph New's Sons 
112 Joseph Saloom 
114 James New 
114^ Alphonso Russo 
116 C. W. Schroeder 
118 Max Schwartz 

— Eugene Feldman 

— Mrs. Mary A. Hennessy 
120 Nicholas Leposa 

Eoston Ai'C. intersects 
122-124 C. C. Tennyson 
126 Qwon Glee 
128 Mahal Horgos 

— Daniel Egri 

— Salvatore Passaferinc 
130 John Rudige 

— Antonio Sasche 
132 John J. Curran 
134 Joseph Hugo 

— Joseph Avitz 
Rear. Stephen Hollis 

— Stephen Hornok 
136 John Smith 



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138 William H. Dowd 

— Conrad Ltitz 
140 J. J. McManus 
142 J. J. McManus 

— William A. Kay 

144 James W. Van Deventer 
148 Mrs. Agnes Hutchinson 
150 Mrs. M. B. Taylor 
152 W. S. Jones 
154 Patrick Hagerty 

— M. Sievenpiper 
158 Anna E. Dunn 

— Mrs. E. Taylor 
160 Mrs. M. Corcoran 

— G. P. Tolan 
162 Mary A. Fox 

— Mrs. H. Hurst 
166 George W. Wilmot 
168 Walter Worle 

170 J. H. Dodd 

172 Dr. E. L. Loblein 

Albany ends 

John Wells Mem. Hosp. 

Children's Indust'l Home 

Scott ends 
196 Henry Dering 

— Mrs. Mary Sangster 
198 Carolyn Plechner 
202 L. E. Burt 

204 Lawrence Dwyer 

— Patrick Dwyer 
206 Joseph Wargo 

— John Varga 

— Louis Thomas 

210 William E. Dunham 
212 Maurice Murphy 

Plum ends 
224 Stephen H. Canniff 



— Mrs. Catharine Reed 
226 Emil N. Millemann 

— Simon ¥. Shannon, Jr. 
228 Robert Furlong 

— James P. Coffey 
232 Peter Tennyson 

Harvey intersects 
236 Mrs. J. Van Deventer 
238 Staten M. Jefferies 

— William McConlogue 
244 Charles A. Dodge 

— Frank P. Kirby 
248 Mrs. Mary Bolan 
250 Vacant 

Louis intersects 
256 James F. Harper 
260 Michael T. Casey 
264 Edward Lynch 

— James Clennan 
James ends 

268 Robert D. Garretson 

— John J. O'Donnell 
270 Simon Halliwell 

— Christopher Schlee 
272 Stephen C. Schneider 
274 Charles H. Swenson 
282 James H. Block 

— Mrs. Margaret Cook 
Alexander ends 
Kilbourn Mfg. Corpora'n 
Bethany intersects 

304 Joseph Gulas 

306 Joseph Horvak 

Samuel Lederer & Son 
Frederick Hort 
Michael Baumgarten 
Mrs. S. M. Bampton 



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SPRING — From Paterson northerly to Albany 



ODD NUMBERS 

3 John D. Van Pelt 

5 Charles H. Felton 
7 Jasper P. Hawkes 

Church intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

C. W. Sedam 

6 Walter H. Masterson 



8 H. B. Van Liew Sons 

— Samuel S. Van Wickle 

— William R. Van Liew 

— C. Herbert Van Liew 
10 Abram DeHart 

— S. J. Shuck & Son 
Church intersects 

20-22 Stroumtsos Bros. 



STONE — From College ave. westerly to Easton ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

I James L. Grififin 

7 Michael H. Garrigan 

13 Mrs. Mary A. Smith 

19 Isaac N. Blue 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Carlin 
21 Charles W. Redmond 
2^ Mrs. Margaret Bradley 
25 Hugh H. Bradley 

27 William Tankard 
29 Lawrence Howley 
31 William J. Burns 
Sicard intersects 
39 Patrick Kelly 

— Kelly & Son 

41 Patrick Gerrity 
47 Christopher Gerrity 
49 Edward McGowen 
57 James F. Hudson 
61 James Collins 

— William Shausrhnessv 



67 Peter Henry 

— Frederick H. Essig 
71 Francis Mulvey 

Wyckoff intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

16 John McFadden 

— William P. Tankard 
18 John H. Conlon 

20 W. K. Tenbroeck 

— George E. Hall 

22 Mrs. Bridget O'Rourke 
26 C. A. Stillwell 

— Mrs. Mary A. Lyons 
28 John Anderson 

Prosper intersects 
54 James Riley 
58 Peter Ternyela 
60 Joseph Mezey 

— Mrs. Amelia Balint 
64 Patrick Fox 



STJYDAM — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to French 



ODD NUMBERS 

Jones Ai'c. iufersccis 
53 xA-Ugust H. Bahr 



Conunercial A:: intersects 
.Sacrecl Heart Par. School 
100 Sacred Heart Convent 



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Throop Ave. intersects 
129 Alfred Layton 

— Patrick McCarthy 
131 Absent 

133 P. J. Rellly 

135 John F. Ltidwig 

137 Augustus Wagner 

139 Italians 

141 Mrs. M. Hayde 

143 Mrs. A. Jamison 

147 Mrs. Susan A.Latourette 

149 Mrs. E. Fox 

151 Joseph McElwee 

— Mrs. Juliet Tunison 
Rcmsen Ave. intersects 

181 George W. Claggett 
183 John^Reed 

— Reed Bros. 
185 John James 
189 Lewis Williams 
191 James Cunningham 

Lee Ave. intersects 
201 Hugh F. Bailey 
203 Mrs. H. Britton 

— Van Amon 

205 Mrs. Melvina E. Cronk 

— Mrs. Frances A. Horton 
209 J. W. Wilcox 

— W. W. Snedeker 
211 J. C. Miller 

213 Absent 

Livingston Av. intersects 
253 Mrs. E. G. Kent 
255 A. S. Howell 
257 J. M. Vail 
259 William B. Davis 

— Mrs. Elizabeth Pickering 



261 Frederick C. Schneider 
263 George M. Hoagland 

— R. L. Smith 

265 Emilie F. V. Kemlo 

— Thomas P. Connolly 
Drift intersects 
Suydam Street Reformed 

Church 
279 Elmer W. Brown 

Codzvise Ave. intersects 
281 Thomas Corrigan 
283 Irving W. Van Sickel 

— Charles Hulse 
285 David A. Runyon 

— Joseph Barned 
287 Bernard Lynch 
289 Charles Martin 
293 Edward Coffey 

— Cory R. Myers 
295 Joseph R. Ellison 
297 William S. DeHart 
301 Samuel Buckelew 
303 William J. Martin 

— Ezekiel V. Eden 
305 James F. Moran 
307 Jacob Gray 

309 Edward Moore 
313 Mrs. Ann Smith 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
333 Thomas P. Donahue 

— Mrs.^ M. Van Derhoven 
337 Julius M. Rolfe 

— William P. Amerman 
339 George J. Albright 

— Theodore Ruckman 
341 Mrs. Sarah Horn 

— Charles Shellenberger 



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Offices : Newark, N. J. 

Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy. New Brunsu/ick, Rahway, Carteret 
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EVEN NUMBERS 

Jones Air. intersects 

Commercial Ai'. intersects 
90 William A. Clark 
98 Mrs. S. E. Wray 
106 Mrs. C. Walsh 
108 T. V. Seaman 
no Mrs. Agnes Ward 
112 C. P. Hungrige 

Throop Az'e. intersects 
130 J. H. McCormack 
132 George Bauries 
136 Frank A. Knoll 
140 Abram A. Cook 
142 Mrs. N. H. Ware 
146 Joseph C. McDermott 
148 Augustus Robinson 
152 T. H. Mulligan 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
182 Spencer Webb 
184 Charles Koch 

— Zachariah Meseroll 
Lee Ave. intersects 

202 J. H. Daly 

206 Charles D. Brower 

— J. H. Daly 

208 Mrs. Louisa A. Russell 
210 George Cuddy 
212 Mrs. Mary Slingerman 
214 Elizabeth Smith 
216 Norton W. Morris 

— Peter Jordt 
218 J. V. Outcalt 

220 George T. Mallett 

— James H. Meagher 
222 John Bauman 

— Granville L. Moore 
224 Airs. M. Helm 
226 Edward Mack 



228 G. H. Hullfish 

Livingston Av. intersects 
254 John Reng 
258 Robert J. Smith 
262 E. A. Waldron 
264 William Siemons 
-268 W. V. Hoagland 
270 Walter Garside 

— Mrs. K. R. Redshaw 
272 Charles Denton 

274 H. B. Groves 
276 Charles A. Groves 

Drift intersects 
278 Abraham Miller 

Codzvise Ave. intersects 
284-286 John O'Donnell 
288 Angelo Pellicani 
290 Mrs. Elizabeth Trainor 

— Mrs. Mary Letts 

— John L. Dyer 

294 Bernard F. Hammell 
296 Daniel Daly 

— Margaret Ten Eyck 
298 Christopher Mooney 

— Morton K. Runyon 
300 William H. Stout 

— John M. Long 

304 Union Brewing Co. De- 
pot 
306 Mark Higgins 

— Elwood S. Smith 
308 Arthur Hardy 

— Ross Van Deusen 
310 Henry F. McDermott 
312 Mrs. Julia Godwin 

— Mrs. Edna Caley 
314 Thomas Oueenan 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
320 William M. Jackson 



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330 Theodore W. Hartman 342 Thomas J. Dobson 



332 Francis E. Campbell 
336 Joseph F. Randolph 

— George H. Dewing 
338 John W. Parsons 

— Lawrence E. Reilley 
340 Mrs. Bridget Morris 



— Philip P. Cahill 
334 George F. Applegate 
346 Edward Cody 
348 James P. Stryker 

French crosses 

Suydam ends 



TALMADGE — From Jones ave. northwesterly to Livingston 
ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

Commercial Ave. intersects 
89 Albrecht Wipper 
93 Bernhard Theam 
99 Samuel Jansen 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
109 Jacob Benhart 
— ■ Mrs. Mary Slover 
123 Henry Wallace 

EVEN NUMBERS 

Georges Road intersects 
10 Henry L. Richards 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
TOO Conrad Kolb 



no Harvey Mount 
114 L. Messmer 
176 Antonio Chibora 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
190 William Wissert 

Lee Ave. intersects 
196 Frederick Bernhardt 
198 William Ferguson 
Livingston Ave. intersects 

Codzuise Ave. intersects 
292 George H. Horner 
294 Mrs. Mary A. Corcoran 
— • Henry C. Stroble 

Railroad Ave. intersects 



TKEOOP AVENUE— From 204 George southwesterly to Sand- 
ford 



ODD NUMBERS 

II Thomas H. McLaughlin 

Welton intersects 
17 Charles Hendrickson 

— Thomas Miller 

21 James F. Hefferty 
23 James J. Welsh 

— John Birch, Jr. 
25 Job Birch 

27 H. J. McCawley & Son 
31 John H. Brennan 



Redmond intersects 
35 Joseph R. Stokes 
37 Donahue Bros. 
39 William T. Bonham 

— Mrs. Catharine Donahue 
41 Thomas A. Donahue 

45 George H. Donahue 

— James Wright 

47 William H. McGilvery 
49 Rose Donohue 

Toivnsend intersects 



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51 Samuel Herman 
53 John Ferren 
— • Alfio Bruno 
53>^ Alfio Bruno 
61 Victor Guercin 
63 James Hart 
71 William New 

Redmond intersects 
73 Adam P. Lins 

Suydam intersects 
yy George Yonker 

— Edward E. Phillips 
79 Christian Jensen 
— ■ John Schuer 

81 Jacob Knoll 

83 John Ochs 

85 Vacant 

91 Mrs. Mary McMahon 

Seaman intersects 
93 Henry Durham 
— • Bernard A. Cone 
95 Robert F. Rohr 
97 Frank Lahr 

— William F. Wolpert 
99 James V. Burke 

loi William Siebert , 
103 Abram Zack 
105 George Weiland 

— John Neidlings 
Handy intersects 

109 WilHam G. Morris 
III Peter C. Wright 

— Mrs. Mary Colton 
115 Peter Tumulty 

— • George Smith 
117 Carrie Miller 
121 Gottlob E. Rink 

— William Hill 
Baldimn intersects 



125 Balthasar Heitzenroeder 
127 Joseph J. Feaster 
129 Frank Wehrfritz 
135 William H. Temme 
— ■ John Steinmacher 

Hale intersects 
141 Mrs. E. C, Banker 

— James A. Eldridge 
143 Frederick Schwab 
145 Amos N. Dudling 

— Frank Banker 
151 J. E, Dougherty 
153 J- F- Strobel 

155 Alex. Luszczewski 

Comstock intersects 
159 Mary New 
161 William Stamm 
163 Jacob Hendershot 
165 J. J. Feaster 

— Jacob Semple 
167 John Feaster 

173 Nicholas Bornheimer 

Delevan intersects 
181 Mrs. Honora Coleman 

— Horace E. Needham 

EVEN NUMBERS 

10 Charles R. Chase 
12 John S. Applegate 

— James Keefe 
14 Max Kregeloh 
16 David Dtmham 

18 Mrs. Hannah Hanlon 
22 Thomas Cleary 
— • Samuel Barlow 
24 Edward H. Tingle 

— Adam Heil 
26 Alfred Hulse 
28 Jacob A. Stults 



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30 Charles Reid 
— Elbert J. Stults 

Redmond intersects 
34 Morris Tartakovesky 
36 Italians 
40 Tunis McCauley 
44 John Casey 
46 Mrs. Sophia Meyer 
— ■ Mrs. Margaret Acker 
48 John Skillman 
— ■■ John H. Cosgrove 

Tozvnsend intersects 
50 Harriet Selover 
52 Henry J. McCawley 

54 

56 Rev. J. F. Devine 
58-60 Sacred Heart Church 
(R. C.) 

Suydam intersects 
66 John Price 
68 William D. Dunham 
72 

78 George Witt 
80 Vacant 

Seaman intersects 
84 Ferdinand Van Deursen 
90 Walter Schenck 

TOWNSEND — From Nichol ave. northwesterly to French 



— Frank W. Keissling 
92 Owen Morris 
94 Joseph Schelichy 
96 Mrs. N. Selover 

City Park 

Handy intersects 

Baldwin intersects 

Hale intersects 
136 Silas White 
138-140 Throop Ave. Mission 
144 Thomas M. Bowers 

— Mrs. M. Shults 
148 Italians 
152 Italians 

154-156 William Stamm 
158 Thomas Tenerell 
160 Otto Pfeil _ 

Comstock intersects 
162 Leonard Ciotti 
166 Tony Zotti 

Delevan intersects 
168 Moses Doyle 
174 Joseph J. Hansell 
178 John W. Kinsey 

Sand ford intersects 

Howell Lumber Co. 



ODD NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
91 Mrs. M. A. Collins 
95 John H. Ward 
99 Frank A. McCcrmack 
101 S. M. Venable 
103 Charles J. Curry 
105 Thomas F. Tynan 
107 J. M. Dunn 



109 J- J- Davison 
III Peter Waters 

Throop Ave. intersects 
129 Edward Donahue 
131 New house 
135 Mrs. Maria Fox 
139 John Masterson 
141 John J. Drury 
143 Mrs. Bridget Brennan 
145 Benjamin Farrell 



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147 Mrs. Catharine Carroll 
149 Mrs. Mary Benden 
151 John Ward 
153 Thomas H. Cavaugh 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
169 Mrs. Bridget Cone 
— • William Byer 
173 James Jamison 
189 Anthony Roth 

Lee Ave. intersects 
203 Peter P. Groben 
205 Wm. P. C. Rappleyea 
207 George Geipel 
209 George Lambert 
215 Joseph Fischer 
219 Rev. P. Theo. Pockman 
225 Mrs. Ann E. Kent 
227 George A. Viehmann 

Livingston Ave. intersects 
255 G. H. Van Sickle 
257 J. PI. Thickstun 
259 J. R. Bussman 

— Paul Matzke 
261 Rev. M. H. Qual 
263 H. P. Folger 

— T. P. Folger 
265 Ramon Montalvo 
267 Charles Banks 
269 Charles A. Quint 

Drift intersects 
281 Peter F. Garry 

— Alvin A. Hastings 
283 Matthias F. Vickery 

Codzvise Ave. intersects 
285 William S. Perdun 
295 Robert L. Ross 
297 John J. Moran 

— • Conrad Richter, Jr. 
299 Otto C. Till 



301 Frank Brett 

— • Mary Kennedy 
303 Charles H. Winne 
305 Philip C. Caroian 
307 James P. Freeman 
309 Fverett L. Freeman 
311 Julia Koreny 

— ■ Joseph Bisterak 
313 H. P. Johnson 

— Louis A. Stokes 

— Mrs. Ehzabeth Brooks 
Railroad Ave. intersects 

331 Thomas R. G. Lake 
2)2,Z Edward J. Gleason 
— ■ Amason D. Metier 
335 John W. Nagle 
Z?)7 J- W. Van Liew 
339 Henry B. Blaine 
341 George W. Stuart 

— Isaac H. Harned 
343 George L. Orpen 

— Henry A. Perry 
345 Samuel C. Irven 

— • James V. Nafey 
French intersects 
Tozvnsend ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

Jones Ave. intersects 
Commercial Ave. intersects 
106 Nahum D. Shore 
108 Mrs. Kate Gunther 
no George W. Ferguson 

Thropp Ave. intersects 
130 James T. Donahue 
132 Charles Buzzee 

— James Moore 
134 Vacant 

136 C. S. Hendricks 



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140 George H. Siegert 

— George W. Furman 
142 Lawrence F. Cosgrove 
146 Edward S. Van Liew 

— George W. Brewer 
154 Ernest Jones 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
170 Alvie B. Hardy 
172 Mary Cook 
174 John Daly 
178 William 1. Titus 

Lee Ave. intersects 
202 Samuel A. Ross 
204 James D. Anderson 
206 Thomas H. Clayton 
208 John C. Latham 
210 Dr. Frederick L. Condict 

— William J. Farrell 
2X2 Daniel Felter 
214 Edward Tindell 

Livingston Ave. intersects 
254 Mrs. M. E. Butterworth 
258 George J. Litterst 
260 Morris Bauer 
— • John H. Gourley 
262 James H. Warren 



264 M. J. Graham 
266 E. A. Quint 
— ■ Judson Bennett 
268 James Alattson 

— John D. Manning 
J. V. Outcalt 
Drift intersects 

2y4 Mrs. E. Barrett 

Codwise Ave. intersects 
290 John F. Riley 
298 George Bayliss 
300 William V. D. Vail 
302 James A. Riley 
304 Edward Addy 
306 WiUiam Bowen 
310 Miles Smith 

— W. S. Shuster 
312 Hungarians 

314 John B. McGrady 

Railroad Ave. intersects 
334 John E. McCaffrey 
338 John Collins 
340 John J. Gorman 
— • Charles S. Voorhees 
342 Charles B. Seaman 

— James Mitchell 



UNION — From Hamilton northwesterly to Mine 



ODD NUMBERS 

3 J. Wilson & Son 

9 Charles W. Russell 
II Mrs. A. H. Chester 
15 Roy C. Nicholas 
17 James W. Johnson 
19 Thomas H. Schanck 
35 Willard P. Voorhees 
39 Henry B. Kent 

EVEN NUMBERS 

4 Michael A. Moran 



— • Prof. Volney D. Lewis 

10 Howard C. Rule 

14 Clarkson Runyon 

— C. F. Neilson 

18 James H. Van Cleef 

26 Rev. M. H. Hutton 

32 Benjamin F. Howell 

— ■ Holmes V. M. Dennis 

36 D. D. Williamson 

40 Rev. W. I. Chamberlain 

46 Gamma Sigma House 



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VAN NTJIS ALLEY— From Albany northerly to Hamilton 



WARD — From Jones ave. northwesterly to French 



Gor. Lee Ave. 
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George J. Deckert 
Nr. Lee Ave. Michael Vogel 

WASHINGTON— From 31 Water westerly to P. R. R. station 



ODD NUMBERS 

7 Isaac Bartow 
9 Annie G. Horn 
13 Public Service Corp. 

Catharine commences 
21 P. T. Ferguson 
25 Joseph Meyers 
27 J. J. Dougherty 
29 John Morostsark 
45 Hungarians 

City Alley intersects 
47 Hungarians 
53 Middlesex Shoe Go. 
55 Patrick McGormick 
— Jeremiah Rule 

George intersects 

Protection Engine Go. 
No. 5 

WATER — From Albany northwesterly to Hamilton 



10 1 Imre Kapancze 

103 Joseph Adams 

105 W. D. Esler 

East on Ave. intersects 
Washington ends 

EVEN NUMBERS 

20 India Rubber Go 
30 John Toth 
32 Elizabeth Young 
34 Andrew Honescko 
Neilson intersects 
46 Mrs. E. Lynch 
50 William Stewart 
— Julius Mihalek 

City Alley intersects 
52-54 John McCarthy 



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ODD NUMBERS 

I WilUam Schlessinger 
9-11-13 N. B. Iron Works 
19 L. T. Ives Go. 
25 John Molyneux/ 
2y P. S. Gorp. Storage 
Washington intersects 
Janeway & Go. 
Somerset intersects 
G. F. Jar Go. 



N. J. L. & B. Works 

EVEN NUMBERS 

6 Vacant 
20 J. D. Watson & Go. 

Washington commences 
38 Hungarians 
52 Joseph Zsakais 
54 John Bernath 

Somerset intersects 



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Cabinet Miitels and Tile. Tile Work of Every Description Installed 

137-139-141 Burnet Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 



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WELTON — From Throop ave. northwesterly to Codwise ave. 



ODD NUMBERS 

33 Frank Gravatt 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
J. Barkelew & Co. 
Livingston Ave. intersects 

135 Robert W. Helm 

137 Mrs. Bridget E, Rice 

139 Dr. Walter D. Rice 

141 B. U. Tapken 

145 Sebastian Zimmerman 
Drift intersects 

149 John E. Pierson 

151 F. C. Smalley 

— Herman Vosskuhler 
153 Mrs. M. E. Buzzee 

— Mrs. Nellie Tallman 

EVEN NUMBERS 

Throop Ave. intersects 
10 C. J. Hogarty 
14 Mrs. B. Gleason 
18 Gilbert Parent 
20 Mrs. M. Buttler 
22 William Cosgrove 

Hassart ends 
24 James H. Hardy 
28 E. M. Tallman 
30 J. F. Stafford 
32 J. F. Randolph 

Remsen Ave. intersects 
50 C. H. Morris 
52 J. Joseph Tomney 
54 George M. Bach 
58 Christopher Carlon 
60 E. T. Wools 



62 Max Ihle 

66 Davis C. Hapenny 

68 Charles McCarthy 

— N. S. Ryder 
72 H. R. Slayback 

74 Mrs. P. B. Hoagland 
76 C. H. Bennett 
78 H. B. McKeag 

Lee Ave. intersects 
82 Jacob Stern 
88 C. F. Bedford 
94 Arthur J. Outcalt 
— ■ Thomas Depew 
96 Mrs. Ann J. Kids 

— Isaac Kogan 
98 Frank Golden 

104 Edward T. Runyon 

— W. E. Coriell 
106 Frank Reed 

Livingston Avenue Bap- 
tist Church 
Livingston Av. intersects 
140 George S. Oram 

— William E. Bergen 

142 Mrs. Elizabeth Cortelyou 
— ■ Harry Blumer 
144 Mrs. Mary E. Durham 

— George Carrigan 
146 John W. Carrigan 

— John R. Halstead 
Drift intersects 

154 F. Garner Holmes 

— Henry B. LaBar 
Welton ends 
Codwse Ave. crosses 



THE HOME BREWING COMPANY 

Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, Ales and Porter 

Offices : Newark, N. J. 
Branches : Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick. Rahway, Carteret 



and South RiVer. 



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WIRT — From Easton ave. northerly to city limits 

3 A. Grochowalski 7 Mrs. Kate M. Healy 

WOODBRIDGE— From Hamilton northerly to Central ave. 
WYCKOFF — From Easton ave. northerly to Commons 



ODD NUMBERS 

Stone intersects 
9 George Rappleyea 
13 William Coyne 

Bartlett intersects 
23 Alice White 
25 Paul Leskoe 
27 Peter Takats 
29 Paul Tamore 

— Stephen Huhak 
31 Daniel Onode 
33 Stephen Romon 
— • Joseph Costo 

Morrell intersects 
35 Thomas A. Lyons 

— John W. Crawford 



37 Albert S. Sutton 
39 Peter F. Kinney 

45 John J. Kinney 
Ray intersects 
Senior intersects 

67 Charles Clemm 
71 Thomas Casey 

Richardson intersects 

EVEN NUMBERS 

28 Edward J. Fox 

46 Alfred H. Yetman 
Ray intersects 

52 Mrs. Honorah O'Connor 
54 Matthew Gross 
— Michael Burns 
56 S. R. Doughty 



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Dfiiuy Home News 



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No better advertising 
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NEW BRUNSWICK 

DIRECTORY, 

SUBURBAN TROLLEY TOWNS 
AND RURAL ROUTES. 

1909-1910. 



Above-ab. Agent-agt. Avenue-ave. Below-bel. Boards-bds. Em- 
ployed-emp. Highland Park-H. P. Manufacturer-mfr. Neai- 
nr. Opposite-opp. Page-p. Rear-r. Road-rd. Norfolk & New 
Brunswick Hosiery Co.-Hos. Co. Janeway & Carpender-J. & C. 
New Jersey Lamp and Bronze Works-L. & B. Wlcs. Consoli- 
dated Fruit Jar Co.-C. F. Jar Co. Johnson & Johnson-J. ik J. 
Janeway & Co. -J. & Co. 



Abrams Harry, cigar mfr. 234 Hamilton 

— Harry jr. cigarmaker, h 234 Hamilton 

— 1\] orris, shoes, 324 Burnet. Harris Hollander, mgr. 
ABRAMS WALTER M. plumber, steam and hot water heating, 

etc. 138 Church, h 24 Hardenb ergh. See adv. p. xxi. 

'-'Z^^'r^:^,''"' DroQS and Medicines 

at MONIGAN'S PHARMACY, 

376 George St. Phone 549. '"'" ""Ir^Sil^fSSS^s '"'" """ 

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JOHNSON'S BELLADONNA PLASTERS 
Better than Other Kinds of Plasters 

rO RELIEVE PAIN 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Abramson J. Wilfred, lineman, h 24 Prosper 
Ackart Harry K. knitter, h 27 Prospect 

— Raymond K. clerk, h 27 Prospect 
Acken Alena C. C h 71 French 

— Amanda A. h 71 French 

— Antoinette, widow Samuel, h 71* French 

— Bertha M. clerk, h 163 New 

— Elnora A. widow Thomas N. h 163 New 

— Jane, widow, h 106 Church 

Acker Andrew, painter, 6 Georges rd. h do 

— Andrew M. emp Milltown, h 143 Redmond 

— Margaret, Mrs. h 46 Throop ave 

— Mary, widow Frank, h 33 Abeel 

— William F. driver, h 17 Schureman 

— William J. clerk, h 46 Throop ave 

.\ckert John, monuments, French c Hale, h French nr brook 
Ackerman Abbie, dressmaker, 72 Schureman, h do 

— Alexander, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 30 Morris 

— Emma, widow James, h 105 Redmond 

— William N. V. mariner, h 46 Neilson 
Ackerson Annie, h 43 New 

Adams Alexander, laborer, h 58 Easton ave 

— Clarence L. bookkeeper, h 30 PatersOn 
ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 73 Albany, W. L. Reid, mgr. 
ADAMS H. L. central office mgr. N. Y. & N. J. Telephone Co. 

h Newark 
— ^ Joseph, boilermaker, h 103 Washington 
— ^ Robert L. boat captain, h 30 Paterson 
Addriance Everett jr. ticket agt. P. R. R. h New York 
Addv Edward, emp J. & J. h 304 Townsend 
Adler I. A. (Shapiro & Adler) h First ave. H. P. 
ADRAIN ROBERT, lawyer, 46-48 Paterson, h 276 Hamilton nr 
city line. See professional card p 30 

— Robert jr. h 276 Hamilton 
Ahart Margaret, h 48 Lee ave 

— Martin, carpenter, h 48 Lee ave 

Ahearn Alice, widow Richard, h iii Somerset 

— Richard, laborer, h 1 1 1 Somerset 
Ahern Philip, colormixer, h 217 Neilson 

ROLFE BUILDING IM ATE RIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 



Prompt Sc'vice 
Quick Deliveries 



BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 



LUMBER. TIMBER, SHINGLES 



CRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Crenni Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



jNKW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



135 



Ahvas Achim Synagogue, 33 Richmond. Rev. Samuel Ratner, 

Rabbi 
Aitken Henry M. salesman, h 66 Dennis 
Aitken & Co. (Catharine M. Wood) toys, 68 Dennis 
Albany Fire Ins. Co. 417 George 
Albert Frank, tiremaker, h 92 Ray 
— ^ Frank jr. barber, 126 Easton ave. h 92 Ray 

— Frederick A. emp J. & J. h 25 Guilden 
— ' Martin, musician, h 223 Burnet 

Albright George J. telegrapher, h 339 Suydam 

— Lucy, domestic, 67 Paterson 
Albus Ottmai", painter, h 217 Neilson 

Alcott George W. emp P. R. R. h 263 Comstock 

— Jennie J. ironer, h 263 Comstock 
Alien Aimee, chef, h 22 Jersey ave 

— Emily, widow Armond, h 22 Jersey ave 
Allen Anthony C. brewer's agt. h 197 New 

— Archibald D. h 150 Church 

— Asher, laborer, h 49 Burnet 

— Carman H. porter, h 275 Baldwin 

— Edna M. h 150 Church 

— Edwin (Edwin Allen & Son) h Georges rd nr city line 

— Edwin jr. (Edwin Allen & Son) h Georges rd nr city line 

— Edwin & Son (Edwin and Edwin jr.) florists, Georges rd 

nr city line 

— Emily, widow George, h 180 George 

— Estelle W. h 150 Church 

— Hattie B. h 150 Church 

— Madge, h 144 Somerset 

— Marshall, h 144 Somerset 

— Mary, widow, h 12 Central ave 

— Mary E. widow Capt. James, h 18 John 

— Myron H. machinist, h 165 Bayard 

— Nathan, grocer, 68 New, h 26 Morris 

ALLIANCE FRANCAISE DE NEW BRUNSWICK, 144 Hamil- 
ton. Edmond W. Billetdoux, sec'y 
Amaresga John, carpenter, h 218 Burnet 
Amazon Hotel, 204 Neilson. James H. Curran, prop. 
Amdur Eva, widow Israel, grocer, 46 Dennis, h do 





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Repiirs, Sundries, 
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95.97.99 Carroll Place Cor. 



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J^EW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Amerman Edith M. emp J. & J. h 8 Scott 

— Samuel H. carpenter, h 8 Scott 

— Wiiliam P. engineer, h 337 Suydam 

AMUSEMENT GARDEN, 20-22 Albany, Charles E. Monaghan, 

prop. 
Anable Frances A. h 66 Bayard 

— Harriet I. h 66 Bayard 

ANABLE THE MISSES, Young Ladies' Seminary, 66 Bayard 
Anderson Annie E. T. stenographer, h 204 Hale 

— August G. coachman, h 204 Hale 

— Benjamin P. h 46 John 

— Charles A. (Middlesex News Co.) h 28 Stone 

— Charles E. student, h 28 Stone 

— Charles T. W. h 46 John" 
— ' Cora M. h 204 Townsend 

— Daniel, teamster, h 64 Huntington ■ 

— Edward, plumber, h 50 Sicard 

— • Elizabeth, widow David, h 3 Guilden 

— Isabel, widow David, h 197 New 

ANDERSON JAMES D. (Janeway & Co.) h 204 Townsend 

— John, salesman, h 140 Hale 

— John C. h 294 Suydam 

— John C. bookkeeper, h 222 Handy 

— John E. (Middlesex News Co.) h 28 Stone 

— John T. restaurant, 34 Hiram, h 188 Hale 

— Joseph A. barber, 405 George 

— ■ Mary, widow John, h 32 Schureman 

— Mary E. h 3 Guilden 

— Nora, laundress, h 56 Neilson 

— Ruth, h 14 Drift 

— Thomas, laborer, h 191 Redmond 
Andres Matthias, painter, 80 Neilson, h do 
Anekstein Jacob, dry goods, 117 French, h do 
Angerspact John H. emp Tel. Co. h 131 Lee ave 
Anklowecz William, baker, h 237 Burnet 
Annex Rutgers College, 12 College ave 

Anshe Emeth Reformed Jewish Temple, 51 Albany 
Antonelli Caesar, baker, 32 Easton ave. h do 
Applegate Bertha, h 149 Burnet 

The GOOd^y;^ Ai^na Hcia, Large Size 

5C. Cigars^ I-J^Jc continental, Small Size 

'for SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



"We Make Quick Sales. Why? "We Have the Bargains 

•;1F-' flyiitisti & wiiiiri6ifl,rjc?^%rs 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

THEY SELL OAS MACHINES TOO 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 13^ 



Applegate Charles B. bookkeeper, h 272 Seaman 

— Charles E. emp P. S. C. h 100 Hamilton , 

— Georg-e F. h 344 Suydam 

— Georg-e F. jr. h 344 Suydam 

— Georo-e S. asst .siipt. Met. Life Ins. Co. h Main, S. R. 
APPLEGATE GROVER T. physician and surgeon, 5 Livingston 

ave. h do. Office hours — 8 to 10 a. m. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 
p. m. Sundays, 8 to 10 a. m. and 6 to 7 p. m. 

— Jacob S. emp J. & Co. h 141 Redmond 

— John, hostler, h 134 New 

— Tohn S. asst. batteryman, h 12 Throop ave 

— Laura A. widow Asher, h 22 Throop ave 

— Robert, driver, h 141 Lee ave 

— William, plumber, h 51 New 

— ^William, tiremaker, h 134 Burnet 

— William R. emp J. & J. "h 83 New 

— William R. printer, h 25 Comstock 
Appleo^et William B. h 25 Codwise ave 
Arbogast Henry, grocer, 93 Burnet, h 157 George 
Arbona Rachel J. widow James, h 52 Codwise ave 
Archbald Charles E. pres. Pen Carbon Manifold Co,, h The 

Bayard 
Archer James B. shoes, 17 Peace, h H. P. 
Archibald Ellen, widow John, h 107 Carroll pi 

— William, shoecutter, h 145 Seaman 
Ark Peter, laborer, h 13 Bishop 

Arm Abraham, shoefinisher, h 50 John 

Armory Hall, 283 Burnet 

Armour & Co. wholesale meat, 56 French. Harry M. Drake, 

mgr. 
Armstrong Peter, laborer, h 294 Howard 

— William C. supt. schools, h 186 Livingston ave 

— William J. (Armstrong & Ozenbaugh) h 106 Redmond 
x\rmstrong & Ozenbaugh (William J. Armstrong and Frank 

H. Ozenbaugh) blacksmiths, 12 Richmond 
Arndt Lnogene C. h 181 Neilson 
ARNIEL & MAC PHERSON (John M. Amiel and George C. 

MacPherson) Jet White Laundry, 80 Church. See adv 

side lines 



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CARPENTER 

and BUILDER 
Jobbing Promptly Attended To 
2I4Sandford St. Residence: 157 Codwise Ave. 



PAUL F. WILLIAMS 
Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 

Insurance and Investments. Collections of Every Kind. 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 GEORGE STREET PHONE 695 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



ARNIEL JOHN M. (Arniel & MacPherson) h 296 George 

Arnold Fred W. news editor Daily Home News, h 202 George 

Arnould Annie, grocer, 43 Easton ave. h do 

AETIFICIAL STONE PAVEMENT CO. (S. C. Irven) 345 

Towiisend. See adv p xix 
Aruie John, laborer, h yy French 
Athletic Grounds Rutgers College, 159 College ave 
Atkinson Asher, civil engineer, h 49 Mine 

— Asher D. h 11 Hardenbergh 

— Edward J. adj. Salvation Army, h 10 Bayard 

— Ethel, h II Hardenburgh 

— Florence V. h 271 George 

— Josephine, teacher, h 1 1 Hardenburgh 

— Sarah, translator, h 1 1 Hardenburgh 

ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. 366 George. See adv back 

cover 
Attinger Morris, tailor, 91 New, h do 
Augustin Bader, laborer, h 171 Burnet 
Aundell Abram P. h 35 New 

— Carrie, h 35 New 

— William, driver, h 117 Burnet 
Aurora Building, 32 Albany 

Austin Henry E. pres. Middlesex Press, h 17 Harvey 
Auten Charles M. (G. M. Auten & Bro.) h 417 George 

— Frank L. grocer, h 113 Bayard 

— G. M. (G. M. Auten & Bro.) h 113 Bayard 

— G. M. & Bro. (George M. and Chas. W.) grocers, 12 Peace 

— Margaretta N. h 113 Bayard 

— Rosetta E. h 113 Bayard 

Antonelli Caesar, baker, 32 Easton ave. h do 
Avitz, Joseph, emp J. & J. h 134 Somerset 
Avrunm Levi, jeweler, h 82 Welton 
Ayres x'\lice, h 23>^ Bartlett 

— Edward E. emp L. & B. Wks. h 231^ Bartlett 

— Frederick M. watchmaker, 17 Dennis, h H. P. 

— Garret, driver, h 106 Hamilton 

— John A. manager, h 26 Codwise ave 

— Laura A. music teacher, 43 Albany, h do 



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to buy your Shoes of us. 



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Ladies' Garments 



For Your Most 

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Babbage George M. emp N. Y. h 221 Hale 

Babbitt Eugene H. Prof. Rutgers College, h Queens College 

Babcock Alfred, motorman, h 30 Bethany 

— Ford F. h 88 Carroll pi 

Bach Edward, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 249 Commercial ave 

— Frederick, h 249 Commercial ave 

— George M. watchman, h 54 Welton 

— Henry, emp Milltown. h 90 Delevan 

— Nicholas, tiremaker, h 152 Redmond 

Bachofen Walter B. motorman, h 191 Commercial ave 
Bader Joseph, engineer, h 53 New 

— Mary, widow Christian, h 53 New . 

— William C. plumber, h 42 Richmond 
Badalato Thomas, grocer, 289 Neilson, h do 
Baere Rose, milliner, h 86 Church 
Bagley Hugh J. blockcutter, h 61 Morrell 

— May V. emp J. & J. h 61 Morrell 
Bagney Hugh J. blockcutter, h 61 Morrell 
Bahash Anthony, fruit, 117 Albany, h 128 do 
— ^ Joseph (T. Bahash & Sons) h 126}^ Albany 

— Nicholas (T. Bahash & Sons) h i26>4 Albany 

— Tony (T. Bahash & Sons) h I26>4, Albany 

— T. & Sons (Tony, Nicholas and Joseph) confectioners, 128 

Albany 
Bahr August H. barber, h 53 Suydam 
Baier Bros. (Julius C. George F.- and Clarence U.) butchers, 

356 Seaman 

— Clarence U. (Baier Bros.) h 162 French 

— Eva, widow George, h 93 Albany 

— George F. (Baier Bros.) 95 Albany 

— Joseph G. school teacher, h 310 Sandford 

— Julius C. (Baier Bros.) h 95 Albany 
Baierl George, cigarmaker, h 91 Seaman 

— John, foreman, h 91 Seaman 

Bailey Austin M. plumber, h 6r Richardson 

— Bridget, widow Patrick, h 315 Handy 



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JOHN WEIOEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

flgent fop Ghglmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



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the Storage and Care 
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Bailey Catharine, h 315 Handy 

— Catharine, widow James, h 233 Baldwin 

— Catharine A. emp J. & J. h 233 Baldwin 

— Cornelius B. emp J. & J. h 114 Easton ave 

— Elizabeth, clerk, h 315 Handy 

— Hugh F. h 201 Suydam 

— James F. needlemaker, h 233 Baldwin 

— Joseph, driver, h 109 Seaman 

— Margaret, emp Hos. Co. h 114 Easton ave 

— Mary, widow William H. h 114 Easton ave 

— Mary A. h 315 Handy 
— ■ Mary J. h 201 Suydam 

— Patrick, machinist, h 61 Richardson 

— Thomas, emp J. & J. h 315 Handy 

— Thomas F. needlemaker, h 233 Baldwin 
l^>ains Lambert, rubber worker, h 48 Handy 
Baird David S. h 173 Albany 

— ^ John, mariner, h 173 x'Mbany 
— ^ Margaret, h 173 Albany 

— Margaret Mrs. h 140 Albany 
Bakajszo Steve, bartender, h 299 Neilson 
Baker Catharine, h 83 Sicard 

— Charles A. colormixer., h 202 Hamilton 

— Ella, widow C. h 7 Marsh's alley 

— Robert F. laborer, h 202 Hamilton 

— Thomas F. carpenter, h 83 Sicard 

— William, teamster, h 91 Delevan 
Balajthy Kalman. barber, qy French, h do 
Balderston Anna, widow David, h 164 New 
Baldwin Building. 349 George 

— Frank J. express, 263 Delevan. h do 

— Mary J. B. widow A. Van Nest, h 94 College ave 
Balint Alexander, emp J. & J. h 44 Somerset 
Balint Amelia, h 60 Stone 

Balla John, emp J. & J. h 8 Somerset 

Ballantine (Robert F.) Gymnasium, Hamilton c George 

Ballon Catharine Mrs. h 132 Bayard 

— Charles, machinist, h 83 Remsen ave 

— Edgar, h 132 Bayard 

LYONS Sc Pf\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



|i^ Reaches ■ ■ 6,00O 1 I Homes 

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141 



Ballou Edgar W. printer, h 115 Church 

— Francis, watchman, h 83 Remsen ave 

— Frank, carpenter, h 132 Bayard 

Baltin Juh'us, tailor, 214 Neilson, hi/ Albany 
Baltzer John, h 62 Bartlett 
Bamer Nicholas, laborer, h 10 Catharine 

Bampton Sarah M. widow Richard, h Somerset opp cemetery 
Banka John, musician, h 303 Neilson 
Banker .Dorothy E. dressmaker, 115 Easton ave. h do 
BANXER EDWARD, plumber, steam and gas fitter, 53 Mine, 
h 115 Easton ave. See adv p xv 

— Elizabeth C. widow William, h 141 Throop ave 

— Frank, milk, 145 Throop ave, h do 

— Frederick, rubber worker, h 145 Throop ave 

— Georg"c F. salesman, h 115 Easton ave 

— Henry, h 11=; Easton ave 

BANKER HENRY H. treas. and mgr. New Brunswick Brew- 
ing Co. h 20 Kirkpatrick 

— Herman, h 91 Albany 

— Tohn, asst. snpt. Reformatory, h 169 Baldwin 

— Luretta, h 145 Throop ave 

— • Matilda M. h 115 Easton ave 

— William T. h 276 George 

— William J- carpenter, h 169 Baldwin 
Banks Charles, janitor, h 267 Townsend 

— Clofus. laborer, h 15 French 

— J. Henry, janitor, h 267 Townsend 

— William T. janitor, h 185 Handy 

Banse Frank, shoemaker, h 164 Commercial ave 

— Frederick, painter, h 164 Commercial ave 

— Henry, rubber worker, h 164 Commercial ave 
Barbour Edna L. reader, h 172 College ave 

— Ethel, h 114 Remsen ave 

— E. Livingston, prof. Rutgers College, h 172 College ave 

— Tames, emp L. & B. Wks. h 114 Remsen ave 

— John TBarbour & Costello") h 47 Albany 

— John ^. tiremaker, h T06 Somerset 

— ^ Louisa W. Mrs. grocer, tt2 Remsen ave. h 114 do. 

— William, bookkeeper, h 114 Remsen ave 

Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
Enamels, and Varnishes, at the Lowest Prices, 

yiykD^AT Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George St. 

'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 





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can be used in the place of all other kinds of 
QPQ-p^ plasters for strengthening, or relieving pain. 
"Give Quicker aad Better Effects than Any Other Make," 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Barbour & Costello (John Barbour and Richard Costello), 

livery, 22 Hiram 
Barcalow G. W. asst. teller Nat. Bank of N. J. h East Millstone 
Barda Stefan, h 94 Senior 

Barkelew James M. (J. M. Barkelew & Co.) h 33 Remsen ave 
— ^J. M. & Co. (James M. Barkelew) apron mfrs. Welton nr 

Remsen ave 
Barker Morris S. mgr. The Globe, h 213 Neilson 
Barkus Joseph, emp J. & J. h 293 Baldwin 
Barlo James, laborer, h 54 Somerset 
Barlow Joseph H. drug clerk, h H. P. 

— Samuel, agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 22 Throop ave 
Barned Edward K. h 285 Suydam 

— Franklin P. tiremaker, h 285 Suydam 

— Joseph, extracts, h 285 Suydam 
Barnes David E. cook, h 280 Comstock 
Barnwell John, h 173 Albany 

— Joseph P. mason, h 173 Albany 

— Mary Mrs. h 340 Handy 

BARNWELL RICHARD T. contractor, mason and builder, 

Fourth ave. nr Raritan ave. H. P. See adv p xi 
BARNWELL THOMAS F. (Hogan & Barnwell) h 173 Albany 
— ■ Thomas J. emp P. R. R. h 25 Prosper 

— William, h 410 George 
Barr Catharine, h 14 New 

— Harry J. emp P. R. R. h 178 Hamilton 

— Henry J. steamfitter, h 140 New 

— Henry K. h 178 Hamilton 

— James, spinner, h 29 Alexander 

— Jane, widow, h 14 New 

— John F. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 51 Richardson 

— Margaret E. widow Samuel, h 140 New" 

— Mary E. h 140 New 

— Samuel A. engineer, h 140 New 

— Walter, h 25 Alexander 

Barraud Alphonso G. conductor, h 52 Hassart 

— Ulysses, conductor, h 52 Hassart 

Barrett Ann, widow Thomas, h 63 Remsen ave 

— Anna A. h 61 Drift 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275- VV, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SrK%ffi7e?ils BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



NEW ISRUXSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



143 



Barrett Anna A. widow Patrick, h 6i Drift 

— Annie, h 274 Townsend 

— • Archibald, express, 48 Delafield, h do 

— Bridget, widow Lawrence, h 34 Neilson 
— • Catharine C. h 330 Delevan 

— Damon W. Bookkeeper, h 272 Delevan 

— Elizabeth, widow Christopher, h 274 Townsend 

— James E. rubber worker, h 9 Abeel 

— James J. hostler P. R. R. h 349 Delevan 

— James J. jr. fireman, h 349 Delevan 

— Lawrence, laborer, h 34 Neilson 

— Mary E. h 274 Townsend 

— Melissa D. widow Azle, h 230 Delevan 

— Robert F. h 10 1 Richardson 

— Thomas, rubber worker, h 200 George 
Barry David, laborer, h 100 Baldwin 

— David A. machinist, h 100 Baldwin 

— Gussie, stenographer, h 159 Throop ave 

— James F. emp U. S. Express Co. h 152 Throop ave 

— Katherine, emp N. Y. h 105 Washington 

— Matthew F. cigarmaker, h 51 Delafield 

— Minnie E. stenographer, h 159 Throop ave 
Barta James, laborer, h 36 Somerset 
Bartenfeld Nettie, h 42 Guilden 

Bartholomew David S. colormixer, h 271 Redmond 

— Frank R. printer, h 150 Paterson 

BARTHOLOMEW HENRY L. painter, 177 Church, h 146 
George. See adv p xii 

— John E. painter, h 16 Scott 

— Joseph, rubber worker, h 7 John 

— Luzerne, paperhanger. h i So Paterson 

— William R. emp J. & S. h 16 Scott 
Bartine Emma, h 57 New 

Bartle Building, 86 Church 

— Chrissie M. schoolteacher, h 86 Church 

— Howard, chemist T- & T- h 307 George 

— Mary E. h 86 Church ' 

— Mary J. widow Isaac, h 86 Church 
Bartlem Richard, h 43 Easton ave 



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Middlesex Motor Company 
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Telephone 

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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Concrete Blocks and Ornamental Stone 

Factory: Remsen Ave. and Powers Street. Office : 18-20 Drift Street 



144 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Barton Daisy M. milliner, h 279 Delevan 

— Edward S. G. carpenter, h 279 Delevan 

— George W. clerk, h 7 Bartlett 

— John H. carpenter, h 279 Delevan 
- — • John W. slater, h 279 Delevan 

Bartow Edwin, machinist J. & J. h 61 Schnreman 

— Helen, h 7 Washington 

— Isaac, h 7 Washington 
— ■ Sarah, h 6 Catharine 

— Thomas, tiremaker, h 39 John 
Bartu Paul, laborer, h 171 Burnet 

Baschong Reinhart R. brakeman P. R. R. h 132 Paterson 

Bass Isaac, grocer, 276 Burnet, h do 

Bassett Harry, h 33 Dennis 

Bast Mary, restaurant, 45 Dennis, h 45 Bishop 

Bastedo Charles N. grocer, 147 Church, h 132 French 

— Charles S. clerk, h 92 Redmond 

— Cora S. clerk, h 132 French 

— John V. clerk, h 132 French 
Bates George E. h 24 Schureman 

— George F. laborer, h 24 Schureman 

— James E. laborer, h 24 Schureman 

— James H. tailor, h 24 Schureman 

— John A. moulder, h 24 Schureman 

— John H. painter, h 25 Liberty 

— Joseph E. h 24 Schureman 

— Mary A. h 25 Liberty 

— Mary J, boarding, 25 Liberty, h do 
— ^ Thomas H. bartender, h 131 Neilson 

— Thomas H. buffer, h 25 Liberty 

Battison Duncan K. blockcutter, h 227 Seaman 

Battleson Wilkie C. h 12 Neilson 

Bauer August, baker, 118 Easton ave. h do 

— Frederick, conductor, h 68 Jersey ave 

— George, salesman, h 192 Albany 

— Lulu, h 124 Church 

— Marie, widow George, h 124 Church 

— Morris, emp Ives Needle Co. h 260 Townsend 
■Rpnmpn Tnhn. bookVeener C. F. Jar Co. h 292 Suvdam 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ^ Talmadge St. 



General Goniracior 

Carting, Grading, Exca^/ating 
Building Moving. Telephone 



HulltisH & WtiUlield, *^7Jffi"l'f ^ 

Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage Losins 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 6 6 2- J 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Baumgarten Michael^ rubber worker, h Somerset nr French 
Bauries Adam, emp B. Refrigerator Co. h 132 Suydam 

— George, emp Milltown, h 132 Suydam 

— John, driver, h 132 Suydam 
Baxter James, h 141 Baldwin 

Bayard (The), (EHzabeth D. and Henrietta D. Hill) boarding. 
Elm Row c Bayard 

— Louis, laborer, h 250 Neilson 

— Street School, Bayard nr George, Katherine McLaughlin, 

prin. 
Bayer Adolph, needlemaker, h 49 Commercial ave 

— August, rubber worker, h 49 Commercial ave 

— Bertha, emp J. & J. h 49 Commercial ave 
Baylies Frank, supt. Mus. String Co. h 319 George 
Bayliss George, paperhanger, h 298 Townsend 

— Grace A. teacher, h 298 Townsend 

— Juliette, h 298 Townsend 

BEAM T. HANDY (Beam & Clare) h 226 Seaman 

BEAM & CLARE (T. Handy Beam and Charles C. Clare) shoes, 

362 George. See adv bottom lines 
Bean Allen, carpenter, h 56 New 
Bearman WilHam G. mgr. Recketts (U. S. A.) Ltd. h George's 

rd nr Sandford 

— William H. h George's rd nr Sandford 

Bearmor DeboralT, widow Lewis, dressmaker, 36 Hiram, h do 
Bears Abraham, dry goods, 28 Church, h 207 Neilson 
BEARS BROS. (Samuel Bears) ladies' and gents' clothing, 19 
Peace. See adv top lines 

— Morris, bookkeeper, h 27 Peace 

— Reubin, h 27 Peace 

BEARS SAMUEL (Bears Bros.) h 27 Peace 
Beasley John, h 143 Baldwin 
Beatty Ann, h 305 Sandford 

— Annie, h 345 Handy 

— Catharine, h 26 Prosper 

— James F. machinist, h 345 Handy 

— John B. h 26 Prosper 

— Mary, widow David T. h 345 Handy 

— Nellie, h 345 Handy 



MERCHANT 
& BOYLAN 
349 George St., 



Brcbitecte 



New Brunswick. N. J. 
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Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 



Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 
Business Opportunities Appraisals 



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'Phone 695 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Beatty William J. gardener, h 26 Prosper 

Beaudoin Paul, emp J. & J. h 6 Sicard 

Beck Elizabeth, widow William, h 2 Baldwin 

— Emily, h 2t, Duke 

— Jacob, buttonmaker, h 23 Duke 

— Lena, widow Joseph, h 82 Senior 

— Peter I. grocer, 80 Senior, h do 

— Peter J. tailor, 18 Easton ave. h 82 Senior 
Becker Charles, waiter, h City Hotel 

— Clarence H. school teacher, h 147 Hamilton 

— Jacob H. cigarmaker Philip Benz, h R. F. D. No. i 

— John H. (Becker & Tietjen) h 120 Bayard 

— Joseph H. bartender, h 135 Albany 

— Rita Mrs., boarding, 100 Bayard, h do 

— Samuel, peddler, h 30 John 

— & Tietjen (John H. Becker and George M. Tietjen) liquors, 

54 Dennis 
Beckett Isaac, laborer, h 17 French 
Bedford C. Elmer, cigars and confectionery, 6 French, h do 

— C. Frederick, collector, h 88 Welton 

— Ellis N. mgr, C. E. Bedford, h 6 French 
Beebe, George W. engineer, h 313 Suydam 
Beecham Josiah, h 83 Lawrence 

Began Agnes L. emp J. & J. h 268 Drift 

— Cassie A. h 268 Drift 

— Elizabeth, h 268 Drift 

— James S. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 268 Drift 

— Mary, h 268 Drift 

— Michael, gardener, h 268 Drift 
Beggs Ann, widow Joseph, h 67 Drift 

— James T. h 67 Drift 

— John F. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 67 Drift 

— Joseph F. shoemaker, h 67 Drift 
Beiderbeck William C. h 54 Huntington 
Bein George E. machinist, h 26 Alexander 
Belkas Jacob, laborer, h 29 French 

Bell Elizabeth, nurse, h 108 George 

— George H. laborer, h 51 Burnet 

— Hotel (Joseph Quinn) 7 Albany 

The HURLEY SHOE for MEN at $5.00 

Is the BEST SHOE Proposition for the 
price ever built out of shoe ^leather 

BEAM (t CLARE, 362 George St. 



ZJ!!^^^-'^ LADIES' orMEfS CLOTHING at 

B^ars Bros <^ peace street, 

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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



147 



Bell Margaret, widow George, h 166 Albany 

Belloff Edward L. h 9 Albany 

BELLOFF JOHN C. saloon and bowling alleys, 11 Albany 

BELLOFF LOUIS J. veterinary surgeon, 9 Albany. Private 

hospital Peace nr Albany. Phone 441-J. 
Belting Herbert J. (Rev.) pastor Pitman M. E. Church, h 40 

Remsen ave 
Benden Catharine, h 149 Townsend 

— Mary, widow John, h 149 Townsend 

— William A. h 61 Remsen ave 
Bendes Paul, laborer, h 125 Paterson 
Benedict James C. accountant, h 86 Carroll pi 

— William H. accountant, h 86 Carroll pi 

— William H. jr. h 86 Carroll pi 

Benhart Jacob, emp rubber shop, h 109 Talmadge 

— Jacob, fireman, h loi Delevan 
Bennett Allan, bookkeeper, h 26 Redmond 

— Charles M. foreman, h loi Bayard 
— ' Cortenus H. engineer, h 76 Welton 

— George, photographer, h 145 Commercial ave 

— Helen M. stenographer, h loi Bayard 

— James F. h 177 Somerset 

— ^ Jennie H. clerk, h 76 Welton 

— 'Joy H. cigar shader, h loi Bayard 

— Ju'dson, mason, h 266 Townsend 

— Miles C. h 26 Redmond 

— Nellie A. milliner, h loi Bayard 

— Raymon W. carpenter, h loi Bayard 

— Russell C. machinist, h 76 Welton 

— Schenck, mason, h 254 Redmond 

— Theodore C. painter, h 52 Sicard 

— Violet E. cigar shader, h loi Bayard 

— William, driver, h 133 Church 

— William A. machinist, h 76 Welton 

— WilHam H. driver, h 133 Church 
Benz Philip, cigars, 62 Albany, h 64 do 
Benza Alexander, laborer h r 6 Brown 
Benzer Ella T. Mrs. h 217 Neilson 

Berdine George, lawyer, 393 (ieorge, h 134 Livingston ave 









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Berdine Isaac T. h 292 Sandford 

— Leona, emp J. & J. h 292 Sandford 
Bares Lazlo, laborer, h 130 Patersoii 
Berg Edna, h 140 Albany 

— Edward, telegrapher, h 140 Albany 

— Nicholas, emp J. & J. h 57 Bishop 
Bergen Adrian M. h ^2 Remsen ave 

— Alice, h 88 Remsen ave 

— Annie C. stenographer, h 57 Railroad ave 

— Caroline, widow, h 27 Schuyler 

— Carrie, h 129 Neilson 
— ^ Charles, colormixer, h 50 John 

— Clarence, student, h 109 Redmond 

— Clarence, waiter, h 26 French 

— Clarence H. trainman, h 57 Railroad ave 

— Cornelius J. slate roofer, 57 Railroad ave. 

— Daniel, h 78 Neilson 

— Dennis V. carpenter, h 51 Drift 

— Edith, stenographer, h 57 Railroad ave 

— Gertrude, widow Cornelius, h 55 Railroad ave 

— Helen, emp J. & J. h yy New 

— Henry, porter, h 26 French 

— Jacob I. shoemaker, h 109 Redmond 

— James, laborer, h 26 French 

— John, h 24 Morris 

• — 'John C. salesman, h 144 George 

— John H. emp J. & J. h yy New 

— John S. wholesale paper N. Y. h 144 George 

— Juha, h 78 Neilson 

— Mary E. stenographer, h 63 Schureman 

— Nellie F. widow Cornelius, h 28 Railroad ave 

— Peter V. janitor, h 63 Schureman 

— Preston O. stenographer, h 144 George 

— Raymond, emp Ives Needle Co. h 28 Railroad ave . 

— Simon H. h 109 Redmond 

— William E. emp J. & J. h 140 Welton 
Bergman Charles, rubber worker, h 187 Albany 
Bergmann Albert, cabinetmaker, 205 Burnet, h do 

— Ernest, cabinetmaker, h 205 Burnet 



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New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



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Daily Iiome Ntws 



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every week day. 

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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Bergmann William, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 170 Albany 
Berish Stephen, laborer, h 143 Ijayard 
Berk John G. driver, h 328 Commercial ave 

— Josephine, widow John G. confectioner, 191 Commercial ave. 

h do 
Berlineke Ernest, butcher, 201 Burnet, h Third ave. H. P. 
Bernath John, laborer, h 54 Water 

Bernhardt Frederick, emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 196 Talmadge 
BEENHART JOHN F. general contractor, 140 Ward c Lee ave. 

and Talmadge, h do. See adv p xxv and bottom lines 
Bernheim I. pres. The N. B. Chemical Co. h New York 
Bernstein Joseph, shoemaker, 219 Burnet, h Dayton 
Besangs Mary, h 112 Sandford 

BESCHEN CHARLES, cigar manufacturer, 250 Burnet, la. do 
Beseney John, h 61 French 
Besenzey John, emp J. &. J. h 169 Albany 
Best Adam, emp Milltown, h 243 George 

— Harold S. student, h 243 George 
Beta Theta Pi House, 144 Hamilton 
Betters Stanley, driver, h 143 Baldwin 
Bettingers Anna Mrs. cook, 56 Bayard 
Bevier Garetta, h 29 Codwise ave 

BEVIER LOUIS JR. professor Rutgers College, h Bishop pi 

— M. Margaret, h Bishop pi 

Bianco Antonio, laborer, h 221 Sandford 

— Carmelo, fruits, 36 Plum, h 56 Lee ave 

— Michael, fruits, 54 Lee ave. h do 

— Salvatore, laborer, h 56 Lee ave 

Bickel Frances V. milliner, 38 Peace, h 11 Albany 

Bigelow Horatio M. lineman Telephone Co. h 13 Hart well 

Bignell Efifie, widow William G. h 135 College ave 

BIJOU CIRCUIT CO. (Feiber, Shea & Coutant) lessees Bijou 

Theatre, 337 George 
BIJOU THEATRE, 337 George, Bijou Circuit Co. lessees 
Biles Edna M. emp Hos. Co. h 67 Schureman 

— Edwin M. carpenter, 67 Schureman, h do 

— Elizabeth A. cloak model, h 67 Schureman 

— Mary Ida, milliner, h 67 Schureman 

— Maynard A. carpenter, h 67 Schureman 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

MONIGAN THE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 
'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 

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Billetcloux Edmond W. prof. Rutgers College, h 144 Hamilton 

Bindseil Amelia, h 28 Delafield 

— Anna, clerk, h 28 Delafield 

— Elizabeth, clerk, h 28 Delafield 

— Henry, packer, h 28 Delafield 

— Lena, stenographer, h 28 Delafield 

BING JOSEPH (Bing & DeArmas) h 42 Remsen ave 

BING & DE ARMAS (Joseph Bing and Charles DeArmas) clear 

Havana cigar mfrs. and dealers, 370 George. See adv. 

side lines in Block Directory 
Bingel Edward W. engineer, h 124 Bayard 
Birch Job, hackman, h 25 Throop ave 

— John, grocer, 79 Remsen ave. h do 

— John jr. h 23 Throop ave 

— Nelson, stenographer, h 79 Remsen ave 
Birmingham Nora, cook, h 6 Kirkpatrick 
Birney Leonora LaG. widow, h 160 George 
Biser John, rubber worker, h r 216 Burnet 
Bishop Anna, h Bishop pi 

— Charles C. h Bishop pi 

— Fid, emp J. & J. h 114 Bayard 

— F. DeWitt, student, h 211 Redmond 

— Howard, bus. N. Y. h 211 Redmond 

— James, h Bishop pi 

— John, h Bishop pi 

— Mabel A. stenographer, h 211 Redmond 
Bisogno Joseph, h 150 Delevan 

Bissett Chester H. clerk, h 420 George 

BISSETT GEORGE H. druggist, 420 George, h do 

— John V. student, h 420 George 

Bisterak Joseph, blacksmith, h 311 Townsend 
Bitzer Christian, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 41 New 

— Frederick W. salesman, h 210 New 
Bizsek Charles, emp J. & C. h 10 Harvey 
Blackwell Joseph, hostler, h 246 Remsen ave 

— Mary G. widow William H. h 263 Seaman 
Blaine Edna M. h 339 Townsend 

— Harry R. Clerk N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h 339 Townsend 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

5»\)ffi;eifes BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER., TIMBER^ SHINGLES 



CRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Blaine Henry B. clerk, h 339 Townsend 
Blake Isabel A. h 121 Paterson 

— J. Edwin jr. druggist, h 59 Paterson 

— Maurice, h 197 Somerset 

Blaney Arthur D. C. laborer, h 127 Seaman 

— Sarah E. widow John, h 127 Seaman 

Blank Margaret, emp cigar factory, h 82 Lee ave 
Blauvelt Fanny L. h 74 College ave 

— Robert B. insurance N. Y. h 218 Seaman 

Blinkhorn John, clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h Raritan ave. H. P. 
Blish J. Arthur, architect, 363 George, and Sec. George St. 

Realty Co. N. B. h River rd. H. P. 
Block James H. carpenter, h 282 Somerset 
Bloodgood A. W. stenographer, h 206 Hale 

— David W. carpenter, h 206 Hale 

— Henrietta, widow Robert, h 206 Hale 

— Nellie W. milliner, 355 George, h 206 Hale 
Blossom Joseph, carpenter, h 87 Remsen ave 
Blue Albert, h 17 Senior 

— Charles E. emp J. & C. h 47 Jersey ave 
■ — Isaac N. carpenter, h 19 Stone 

BLUE I. N. JR. sec. and treas. Morrison & Blue Printing Co. 

(Inc.) h 147 Somerset 
Blum Abraham, Tobacco Co. N. Y. h 20 Church 

— Henry, milliner, 18-20 Church, h do 

— Hugo, physician, 20 Church, h do 

— Michael, emp rubber shop, h 223 Burnet 

— Ruth H. h 20 Church 

Blumberg Abraham, cigarmaker, h 8 Dennis 
Blumenthal Benjamin, shoes, 7 Hiram, h 60 New 
Blumer Frederick, watchman, h 61 New 

— Harry, emp J. & Co. h 142 Welton 

— Leila C. h 142 Welton 

Blust Henry, ticket agent, h 232 Easton ave 
Board Helen C. h 150 Easton ave 

— Lewis, carpenter, 120 Easton ave. h do 

— of Water Commissioners, 43 Paterson 
— ^ William H. clerk, h 6 French 

Bochert Charles L. painter, h Livingston Park 



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Bodak Joseph, laborer, h i6o Albany 

Bodnar Stephen, laborer, h 2y French 

Boettigheimer Rudolph, barber, io8 French, h 23 Alexander 

Bogan Julia F. widow Joseph, h 88 College ave 

— ^J. Charles, manager, h 138 Hamilton 

— J. Regina, h loi Hamilton 

— Kate, h 186 Albany 

— Margaretta C. h loi Hamilton 

— Mary J. widow Francis, h loi Hamilton 

— May U. teacher, h loi Hamilton 

Boggs Henrietta E. widow Admiral Charles, h 135 College 

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Bogner Annie, widow Leon, grocer, 228 Burnet, h do 

— Jacob Laborer, h 28 John 

Bohn's Band, B. Michael Bohn, leader, 7 Delafield 

— B. Michael, leader Bohn's Band and piano tuner, 7 Delafield 
Boice Daniel R. lawyer, 417 George, h Piscataway township 

— George B. bus. N. Y. h 219 Townsend 

— Harry, huckster, h 255 Burnet 

— Henry S. clerk D. & R. Canal, h Brooklyn, N. Y. 

— Nellie, h 255 Burnet 

— Samuel M. huckster, h 14 Catherine 

— Theodore, clerk, h 255 Burnet 

— Theodore R. clerk, h 255 Burnet 

Bolan Mary, widow Andrew A. h 248 Somerset 

Boles Anna, milliner, h 18 Louis 

— ^ Annie M. widow Patrick F. h 18 Louis 

— John J. stenographer, h 18 Louis 

— Mary, milliner, h 18 Louis 

— Patrick, emp rubber shop, h 18 Louis 
Boll Adam, shoemaker, h 90 Sandford 

— Adam, rubber worker, h 89 Seaman 

— Adam, shoemaker, h 90 Sandford 

— Frederick, carpenter, h Jones ave. c Seaman 
Bollman Frederick C. painter, h 23 Prospect 
— ■ Henry, milk dealer, 104 Hamilton, h do 

— ■ Henry jr. h 29 Courtlandt 

— William H. 165 George, h 61 Bishop 
Bolos Somenek, laborer, h 17 Prospect 

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Bond Alice H. bookkeeper, h 86 Louis 

— George A. salesman, h 82 Louis 

BOND GEORGE H. florist, 80-86 Louis, h 86 do. See adv p viii 

— Harry H. bookkeeper, h 216 Easton ave 

— Jennie C. artist, h 86 Louis 

Bonham Eliza, widow Daniel, h 100 Bayard 

— William T. salesman, h 39 Throop ave 
Bonney Charles, express, Nichol ave. c Suydam 
Booraem Edna M. h 227 Baldwin 

— Grace M. stenographer, h Georges rd 
— • Howard J. clerk, h 227 Baldwin 

— Phoebe, widow James, h 172 New 

BOORAEM THEODORE B. prosecutor of the pleas, 15-16 New 
Brunswick Fire Insurance Bldg. h Clifton ave. nr Burnet. 
See professional card p 30 

Boorrman Frederick, barber, 368 George, h 102 French 

— Paul, barber, 102 French, h do 

— Paul jr. barber, h 120 French 
Bordine Isaac T. h 292 Sandford 

— Leona, h 292 Sandford 

Borlag Stephen, emp J. & J. h 9 Plum 
Bornheimer, Agnes B. M. clerk, h 35 Carman 

— Christina M. h 35 Carman 

— Henry A. grocer, 45 Neilson, h 35 Carman 

— Jacob, emp rubber shop, h 35 Carman 

— Nicholas, emp rubber shop, h 173 Throop ave 
Bosser Michael, butcher, h 146 Paterson 
Bossik James, laborer, h 8 Prospect 

Botor Alexander, laborer, h 53 French 
Botscheller Matthias, tiremaker, h 13 Hassart 

— Thomas, tiremaker, h 13 Hassart 
Boudinot Catherine, teacher, h 384 Hale 

— Cecelia, prin. Nathan Hale School, h 66 Schureman 

— Ella B. h 384 Hale 

— Flora H. teacher, h 384 Hale 

— Watson H. meats, 64 Hiram, h 384 Hale 
Boughner William C. farmer, h College Farm 
Boulger Frank X. salesman, h 272 George 

— John J. liquors, h 272 George 



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Boulger John J. jr. salesman, h 272 George 

— Marie, h 272 George 

— Reta, h 272 George 

Bowen Francis J. tiremaker, h 112 Easton ave 

— Frederick, clerk, 306 Townsend 

— George A. reporter, h 28 Plum 

— Helen, emp Neverslip Co. h 112 Easton ave 

— John, truckman, 28 Plum, h do 

— John A. driver, h 28 Plum 

— May, h 112 Easton ave 

— Thomas P. h 112 Easton ave 

— William, gardener, h 306 Townsend 

— William H. emp J. & C. h 11 Prospect 
Bowers Thomas M. chauffeur, h 144 Throop ave 
Bowman Abraham, cattle dealer, 159 Burnet, h do 

— Charles G. laborer, h 262 Drift 
Bowne Abram, h 275 Handy 

— Frederick, clerk, h 306 Townsend 
Bowser Edward A. prof. Rutgers College 
Boyce John F. grocer. Outlet Lock, h do 

BOYD ARTHUR H. sec. and treas. and managing editor Home 
News Pub. Co. h 98 New 

— Elmer B. h 98 New 

— Harry, carpenter, h 6 Commercial ave 

BOYD HUGH, pres. Home News Pub. Co. h 98 New 

— Mary G. h Easton ave. nr city limits 

— Mary, h 6 Commercial ave 

— William B. tiremaker, h 3 High 

BOYD WILLIAM B. vice-pres. Home News Pub. Co. h N. Y. 
Boylan Thomas F. inspector, h 150 Bayard 
BOYLAN WILLIAM H. (Merchant & Boylan) h 144 Bayard 
Boyle Augustin, plumber, h 347 Seaman 

— Charles C. shoemaker, h 12 Schureman 

— Frank, bartender, h 181 Albany 
— ^ Frank, plumber, h 14 Louis 
BOYLE JAMES, mason, 105 Easton ave 

— James E. motorman, h 250 Easton ave 

— John P. inspector, h 29 Louis 

— Joseph, press hand, h 27 Hartwell 

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Boyle Mary, widow John V. h 347 Seaman 
Bradford William, laborer, h 92 Railroad ave 
Bradley Agnes C. emp Neverslip Co. h 23 Stone 

— Francis, h 108 Hamilton 

— Frank W. h 138 Easton ave 

— Harriet, h 102 Somerset 

— Hugh H. salesman, h 25 Stone 

— James A. h 2^ Stone 

— John J. h 13 Harvey 

— John T. grocer, 138 Easton ave. h do 

— Joseph F. druggist, 172 Hamilton 

— Loretta R. h 27, Stone 

— Margaret, widow John, h 116 Easton ave 

— Margaret, widow James, h 23 Stone 

— Margaret, widow Thomas, h 108 Hamilton 

— Mary T. clerk, h 138 Easton ave 

— Philip, h 108 Hamilton 

— Thomas, h 108 Hamilton 
Bradshaw Annie, h 27 James 

— George F. h 27 James 

— James A. machinist, h 27 James 

— Martin F. emp Neverslip Co. h 27 James 

— Patrick G. laborer, h 27 James 

— William F. emp Neverslip Co. h 2y James 

BRADY EDWARD A. (New Brunswick Ice Co.) h 27 Codwise 

ave. See adv p 125 
Braithwait William, h 152 Redmond 
Bramhall A. Lincoln, foreman Hos. Co. h 237 George 
Brannen George A. lineman, h 36 Robinson 

— John P. plumber, h 36 Robinson 

— Patrick, lineman, h 36 Robinson 
Brannigan Mary, emp rubber shop, h 13 Carman 

— Michael, laborer, h 340 Handy 

— Nettie, stenographer, h 340 Handy 

— William J. clerk, h 340 Handy 
Braunk Emil, tiremaker, h 36 Bartlett 

Brayton Mabel C. stenographer, h i Hardenburgh 

— Mary J. widow Michael, h i Hardenburgh 

Breazeale' William E. prof. Rutgers College, h 142 Hamilton 



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Breece Daniel, laborer, h 23 Hassart 

— Garrett, painter, h 99 Church 

— ' George E. stenographer, h 99 Church 

— John E. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 135 French 

— John E. tiremaker, h 51 New 

— 'Margaret, widow Howard R. h 23 Prospect 

— May W. emp J. & J. h 99 Church 

— Sarah, widow Garrett, h 299 Sandford 
Breitkopf David (Krueger & Breitkopf) h 35 Albany 
Brenette Antonio, laborer, 141 Remsen ave 
Brennan Bridget, widow James, h 143 Townsend 

— John A. salesman, h 143 Townsend 

— John H. saloon, 31 Throop ave. h 143 Townsend 

— Josephine J. h 143 Townsend 

— J. Henry, h 143 Townsend 

— Thomas F. salesman, h 143 Townsend 
Brett Frank, tiremaker, h 301 Townsend 
Brewer George W. carpenter, h 146 Townsend 
Brewster Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h 105 Hamilton 
Brick Philip, barber, h 92 Burnet 

Brindle J. Milton, clerk Schlosser & Kuhlthau, h Milltown 
Brito Theodosia, widow J. V. h 93 Church 
Britt John, emp J. & J. h in Remsen ave 

— Katherine, h 1 1 1 Remsen ave 

— Lulu, h III Remsen ave 

Brittingham Nathaniel, watchmaker, h 11 Livingston ave 
Britton , emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 18 Central ave 

— Edith, teacher, h 181 Baldwin 

— Charles S. h 181 Baldwin 

— Edward F. electrician, 17 Bayard, h do 
— 'Edward M. h 124 Easton ave 

— Edward M. jr. laborer, h 49 Dennis 
— ^ Emma, widow William, h 117 Neilson 

— Harriet Mrs. h 203 Suydam 

— Harry W. carpenter, h 203 Suydam 

— Howard H. carpenter, h 16 Hartwell 

— Isaac, h 137 Sandford 

— Israel, carpenter, 176 Baldwin, h do 

— Jennie F. clerk, h 17 Bayard 

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Britton John S. carpenter, h 144 Delevan 

— Josephus F. carpenter, h 16 Hartwell 

— Stephen B. carpenter, h 171 Baldwin 

— Walter, mason, h 30 Alexander 
— ^ William, h 176 Baldwin 

BRIVOUI JEAN, Mansion House, 101 Albany 
Brocha M. rubber worker, h 43 Xeilson 
Brockman William, gardener, h 146 Seaman 
Broderick Andrew, driver, h no Huntington 

— Frank, fruit, 439 George, h no Huntington 

— John, engineer, h no Huntington 
— • Mary, h no Huntington 

— Newchance, driver, h no Huntington 

Broffe Joseph L. men's furnishings, 29 Church, h 69 do 
Brogley Bros. (John F., George B. and Jacob H.) bakers, 40 
Hiram 

— George B. (Brogley Bros.) h 90 Redmond 

— George H. clerk, h 133 Neilson 

— Jacob H. (Brogley Bros.) h 112 Neilson 

— John F. (Brogley Bros.) h 42 Hiram 

— Katherine A. h 42 Hiram 

Brokaw Edward, brickmaker, h 189 Handy 

— Frederick, h 151 Baldwin 

— Jefferson, h 189 Handy 

— Richard, driver, h 45 Burnet 
Bromley Robert, driver, h 61 John 
Bron Chemical Co. 362 George 

Brooks Albert H. bookkeeper, h 313 Townsend 

— Albert H. machinist, h 23 Harvey 

— Daniel E. laborer, h 189 Redmond 

— Elizabeth M. widow Charles W. h 313 Townsend 

— George H. school teacher, h 125 Somerset 

— ^ Howard G. printing, 313 George, h 91 Hassart 

Brophey Daniel, laborer, h 31 Albany 

Brophy John, carpet cleaner, h 31 Albany 

Brosko Rose, domestic, h 338 George 

Brower Abram. mason, h George nr Landing Lane 

— Agnes W. school teacher, h 240 George 

— Charles D. mason, h 206 Suvdam 



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Brower Cornelius, contractor, 74 Neilson, h Bound Brook 

— Etta M. h 206 Suydam 

— E. Alexander, bookkeeper, h 240 George 

— Helen G. bookkeeper, h 240 George 

BROWER JOSEPH F. (Brower & Conover) h 240 George 
— ■ Mabel I. emp. J. & J. h 206 Suydam 

— Marguerite, dressmaker, h George nr Landing Lane 
■ — William G. gardener, h Somerset nr French 

BROWER & CONOVER (Joseph F. Brower and J. Frank Con- 
over) masons and builders, 240 George. See adv p xvi 
Brown Alfred M. emp Newark, h 62 Remsen ave 

— Ardel, widow Samuel, h 271 Comstock 

BROWN ARTHUR J. sign painter, 409 George, h 177 Hamil- 
ton. See adv p xiii 

— Carrie E. dressmaker, 18 Bayard, h do 

— Charles, laborer, h 338 Comstock 

— Edward E. florist, h George's rd 

— Elizabeth, stenographer, h 62 Remsen ave 

— Elmer W. grocer, 279 Suydam, h 62 Codwise ave 

— Emma Mrs. h 194 Handy 

— George M. plumber, h 12 Drift 

— George W. laborer, h 152J/2 New 

— Helen E. widow George M. h 12 Drift 

— Ida E. h 12 Drift 

— James, mgr. Culm Rock Spring Water Co., h Somerville 

— James H. agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 108 Redmond 

— Jessie M. h 266 Delevan 

— John R. emp J. & C. h i52>4 New 

— John W. coal heaver, h 194 Handy 

— Joseph, emp N. Y. h 62 Remsen ave 

— Lewis D. painter, 119 Bayard, h do 

— L. Elizabeth, dressmaker, h 18 Bayard 

— Malcolm J. carrier P. O. h 124 French 

— Margaret, h 62 Remsen ave 

— Mary, seamstress, h 93 Delevan 

— Mary, widow Robert, h 146 Commercial ave 

— May, h 146 Commercial ave 

— Pemelia, widow Jay B. h 266 Delevan 

— Rosa, widow Henry, h 17 French 

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Brown Samuel L. janitor, h 93 Delevan 

— Tessie, stenographer, h 62 Remsen ave 

— Thomas A. painter, h 86 John 

— Willard H. manager, h 271 Sandford 

— William, watchman, h 40 Comstock 

— William F. grocer. 112 Lee ave. h do 
Broxmeyer Jonas, horses, 290 Commercial ave. h do 
— ■ Joseph, teamster, h 245 Powers 

Bruck Adam, bartender, h 28 Peace 

— Philip, barber. 33 Burnet, h 92 do 
Brundage Cornelia, emp Hos. Co. h 6 New 

— Edward, painter, h 6 New 

— ^ Edward jr. carpenter, h 6 New 
— ' Frederick, blacksmith, h 6 New 
Bruno Alfio, shoemaker, 53J/ Throop ave. h 53 do 
BRUNS BROS. (Charles H. and Frederick W.) confections and 
ice cream, 71 Church 

— Charles H. (Bruns Bros.) h 361 George 

— Frederick W. (Bruns Bros.) h 361 George 
Brunson Peter, h 61 Schureman 
Brunswick Club, 133 Albany 

Brunswick Decorating Co. i8s Neilson. Robert S. Turton. mgr. 
BRUNSWICK REFRIGERATING CO. refrigerating and ice 

making- machinery, end of Jersey ave 
BRUSH FLETCHER, mgr. The Sperry & Hutchinson Co. h 100 

Bayard 
Brusmeier John, driver, h 309 Commercial ave 
Brusso Christian, laborer, h 90 Remsen ave 
Buchko John, laborer, h 12 Catharine 
Buckalew Ethel C. h 23 Codwise ave 

— James M. h 2}^ Codwise ave 

— John R. shoemaker, h 201 Codwise ave 

— John V. mason, h 201 Codwise ave 
Buckelew Abram P. D. conductor, h 142 Church 

— Allen P. teamster, h 144 Church 

— Clarence E. farmer, h 28 Robinson 

— Cornelius, constable, h "^j Redmond 

— Edith M. stenographer, h 118 French 

— Edna L. h 212 George 





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Buckelew Eliza R. widow John M. h 212 George 

— George S. hardware, 69 John, h 195 George 

— George W. undertaker, h 126 Bayard 

— Harold A. plumber, h 36 Robinson 

— Harry, lineman, h 36 Robinson 

— Harry L. machinist, h 210 George 

— Jasper F. machinist, h 143 Neilson 

— John H. mason, h 295 Redmond 

— Julia, widow William, h 126 Bayard 

— Leroy S. clerk, h 195 George 

— Lizzie, widow Frank, h 28 Robinson 

— Martha, h 118 French 

— Matilda, widow William, h 118 French 

— Minnie, clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 147 Redmond 

— Rachel E. teacher, h 295 Redmond 

— Samuel, h 301 Suydam 

— William H. emp P. R. R. h 205 Redmond 
Buckley James, laborer, h 100 Easton ave 

— James, yardman, h 97 Commercial ave 

— Laura, clerk, h 39 Albany 

— Mary, widow John, h 39 Albany 

— Thomas J. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 282 Hamilton 

— ■ Thomas J. sec. and treas. C. F. Jar Co. h Hamilton 
Bufogle August, lineman, h 18 Powers 
Bulger Annie, emp J. & J. h 50 Bartlett 

— James, lineman, h 50 Bartlett 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 50 Bartlett 

Bunting Chester, agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 20 Central ave 

— Thomas, h 21 New 

Burd Andrew, plumber, h 181 Albany 
Burger Joseph B. emp Ives Needle Co. h 25 New 
Burgess Elizabeth, widow Osborn, h 10 Brown 
Burke Frank, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 46 Easton ave 

— James, h 143 Delevan 

— James F. clerk, h 27 Delafield 

— James F. student, h 99 Throop ave 

— James V. baker, h 99 Throop ave 
— ^ John, h 255 Neilson 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 246 Remsen ave 



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Burke Maniie, emp Hos. Co. h 153 Handy 

— Margaret 1. nurse, 27 Robinson, h do 

— Martin W. telegrapher, h 2y Robinson 

— Minnie R. V. school teacher, h 99 Throop ave 

— Patrick J, emp P. R. R. h 78 Railroad ave 

— Thomas P. supervisor P. S. Corp. h 84 Hassart 

— Walter J. motorman, h 246 Remsen ave 
Burkle Annie, widow George, h 92 Remsen ave 
Burns Albert J. h 43 Bartlett 

— Catharine M. h 43 Bartlett 

— James M. lineman, h ^'^ Alexander 

— John F. carrier P. O. h 69 College ave 

— Lawrence F. artist, h 3 High 

— Michael, laborer, h 54 Wyckoff 

— Thomas, h 28 Bartlett 

— Thomas F. student, h 31 Stone 

— Thomas J. h 69 College ave 

— Walter, chief engineer, h 88 Carroll pi 

— William H. L. bill clerk, h 185 New 

— William J. clerk, h 43 Bartlett 

— W^illiam J. grocer, 31 Stone, h do 

Burt Edward L. emp P. R. R. h 107 Somerset 

— Lloyd E. yardmaster, h 202 Somerset 
Burton Anilla, widow Walter, h 179 Somerset 
— ^ Frank R. brakeman, h 48 Carman 

— George L. h 284 Redmond 

— George M. h 12 Codwise ave 

— Harold T. clerk, h 179 Somerset 

— Harry, clerk, h 4 Easton ave 

— Harry G. blockcutter, h 284 Redmond 

— John, waiter, h 146 Lee ave 

— Laura, waitress, h 172 Hale 

— Mabel, h 4 Easton ave 

— Rush (Burton & Richardson) h 12 Codwise ave 

— Walter L. clerk, h 4 Easton ave 

— & Richardson (Rush Burton and Harry H. Richardson) 

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Busby Thomas, blockcutter, h 302 Redmond 
Busch Henry, laborer, h 380 Remsen ave 



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Busch Henry J. emp rubber shop, h 380 Remsen ave 

— ■ Louis, emp rubber shop, h 52 Neilson 

Bush Frank, h 196 Easton ave 

Bussman John R. emp J. & Co. h 259 Townsend 

Butcher Andrew, laborer, h 12 Brown 

Butler Clarence M. bartender, h 8 Easton ave 

— John L. bookkeeper, h 30 Paterson 

— John R. knitter, h 18 Prospect 
Butski Joseph, laborer, h r 6 Brown 
Butterworth Clark A. clerk, h 258 Townsend 

— Mamie R. telephone operator, h 254 Townsend 

— Mary E. W. widow Thomas C. h 254 Townsend 

— Mattie A. stenographer, h 254 Townsend 

BUTTLER HOWARD V. (Howard V. Buttler & Co.) h 256 

Handy 
Buttler Elsie B. emp Milltown, h 20 Welton 

— George, emp Hos. Co. h 20 Welton 

— George H. draughtsman, h George 

— Harriett H. h 256 Handy 

BUTTLER HOWARD V. & CO. (Howard V. Buttler and Abram 
S. Howell) sash, blinds and stairs, 75 John ft. Morris. 
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— Mary D. emp Hos. Co. h 20 Welton 

— Minnie, widow John B. h 20 Welton 

— ■ Robert Van A. library asst. Rutgers College, h 256 Handy 

— William H. tiremaker, h 20 Welton 
Buzzee Amanda, h 16 Morris 

— ^ Caroline, widow Daniel, hi/ High 

— Carrie, h 22 Prospect 

— ' Charles, milk dealer, 132 Church, h do 

— Charles, painter, h 132 Townsend 

— Daniel, emp rubber shop, h 149 Somerset 

— Eliza A. widow George, h 145 Sandford 

— Ellen, widow Jacob, h 10 Peace 

— George B. engineer P. R. R. h 22 Prospect 

— Jane, widow John H. h 16 Morris 

— Mary, h 16 Morris 

— Mary E. widow Aaron, h 153 Welton 

— Mary E. h 153 Welton 



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Bnzzee Raymon, printer, h 22 Prospect 

— Winfield, painter, h 16 Morris 
— ^ Winfield S. h 22 Prospect 

Byer William, driver, h 169 Townsend 
Byrne Annie, h 159 Albany 

— Dennis, supt. St. Peter's Cemetery, h 32 Louis 

— Dennis, jr. h 32 Louis 

— Edward, pressman, h 33 Division 

— George F. bartender, h 38 Albany 

— Gregory, h 33 Jersey ave 

— Margaret C. h 32 Louis 

— Mary, h 159 Albany 

— Mary C. h 32 Louis 

— Patrick F. cigarmaker, h 234 George 
Byrnes Christopher A. bottler, h 20 Hassart 

— Clara A. h 20 Hassart 

— Maurice F. h 20 Hassart 

— William F. barber, h 20 Hassart 

— William V. pilot, h 20 Hassart 



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— Charles N. clerk, h 294 George 



— Charles N. clerk, h 294 George 

— Margaret Mrs. h 294 George 
Cafifera Antonio, baker, 181 Remsen ave. h do 
Cafferty Catharine E. nurse, h 334 Townsend 

— Helen V. h 334 Townsend 

— John E. conductor, h 334 Townsend 

— John E. flagman, h 334 Townsend 

— Mary T. forewoman, h 334 Townsend 
Cahill Edward J. stenographer, h 133 Paterson 

— Ella M. h 24 Hardenburgh 

— James A. foreman, h 24 Hardenburgh 

— Joseph M. stenographer, h 133 Paterson 

— Julia M. h 24 Hardenburgh 

— Margaret, h 24 Hardenburgh 

— Mary T. h 24 Hardenburgh 

— Philip P. engineer, h 342 Suydam 



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Cahill Rose, widow Francis, h 133 Paterson 

Cain James, motorman, h 55 Codwise ave 

Caldwell Richard D. draughtsman, h 297 Redmond 

Caley Edna, widow John H. h 312 Suydam 

Calhoun Isabel, h 340 Delevan 

California Insurance Co. 349 George 

Call Hattie, nurse John Wells Memorial Hospital 

Callan Anna A. widow Christopher, saloon, 276 Neilson, h do 

— James C. cashier Adams Express Co. h 278 Neilson 
Callaway George, h 169 Seaman 

— George H. h 144 Handy 
— Helen, h 144 Handy 

— John, laborer, h 144 Handy 

— John B. laborer, h 153 Handy 

— Lester, apprentice, h 144 Handy 

— May, emp J. & J. h 153 Handy 
— ■ William F. foreman, h 144 Handy 
Camerads (The) 63 Church 

Campbell Abram, fireman P. R. R. h 9 Alexander 

— Alan D. (Rev.) pastor Suydam Street Reformed Church, 

h 146 Livingston ave 

— Eugene J. emp J. & Co. h 67 New 

— Francis E. policeman, h 332 Suydam 

— Henry L. h 332 Suydam 

— Francis E. jr. h 232 Suydam 

— Joseph W. conductor, h 332 Suydam 

— Katharine E. h 146 Livingston ave 

— Loretta J. h 332 Suydam 

— Lucius W. emp J. & Co. h 67 New 

— Marjorie M. bookkeeper, h 332 Suydam 

— Mannie, widow James D. h 17 Church 

— Warren, emp J. & J. h 78 Bayard 

— William H. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 67 New 
Campton Annie M. widow Michael, h 179 Albany 

— Catharine, h 179 Albany 

— John J. telegrapher, h 179 Albany 

— Kearon P. telegrapher, h 179 Albany 

— Margaret, h 179 Albany 

— Mary E. h 179 Albany 



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Campton Michael J. telegrapher, h 179 Albany 

Cancel Leonard, baker, h 121 Bayard 

Canney Cornelius, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 93 Guilden 

— Elizabeth, emp cigar factory, h 93 Guilden 

— Julia, emp C. F. Jar Co, h 93 Guilden 

— ■ Margaret, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 93 Guilden 
Cannilf Stephen H. carpenter, h 224 Somerset 
Canning James F. h 68 Easton ave 
— ■ Lillie, emp J. & J. h 68 Easton ave 
Cannon Bernard, h 87 Redmond 

— Sarah E. widow Stephen, h 106 Somerset 

— \'an Aiater, machinist, h 22 Central 
Cantore Nicholas, barber, 95 Remsen ave. h do 
Carberry John D. sec'y India Rubber Co. h New York 

— John L. emp J. & Co. h 18 Hardenburgh 
— ' Vincent J. chemist, h 18 Hardenburg-h 

— William, h 18 Hardenburgh 

— William J. bookkeeper, h 18 Hardenburgh 
Carl Joseph, boat builder, h 223 Burnet 
Carlen James R. moulder, h 280 Handy 
Carleton Amelia, h 169 Hamilton 

— George, h 209 New 

— James S. driver, h 169 Hamilton 
Carlin Elizabeth, widow James, h 19 Stone 
— 'Mary, widow Thomas, h 211 New 
Carlon Anna, widow John, h 58 Welton 

— Christopher, marine engineer, h 58 Welton 

— John J. pilot, h 58 Welton 

— Joseph, telegrapher, h 135 Throop ave 

— Mary, widow Christopher, h 38 Oliver 

— Mary A. emp J. & J. h 58 Welton 
Carlsten Oscar F. blockcutter, h 247 George 
Carlton Cornelia M. milliner, h 169 Hamilton 
Carma Fritz, laborer, h 33 Easton ave 
Carman Allen, porter, h 275 Baldwin 

— Herbert A. chauffeur, h 13 Drift 

— Isabella, widow Joseph, h 32 Prosper 

— John S. jr. machinist, h 15 Bayard 

— William M. porter, h 32 Prosper 

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Carmelo Connoa, shoemaker, 31 Bayard, h do 

— Vasi, tailor, 245 Burnet, h do 
Carmen Grace, h 348 Seaman 

— Sarah, widow Albert, h 348 Seaman 
Carmizzo Angelo. shoemaker, h 114 Comstock 
Carney James F. clerk, h 187 Easton ave 
Caro Michael, laborer, h 10 Railroad ave 
Carolan Philip, marine engineer, h 7 Commercial ave 

— Philip C. bookkeeper P. S. Corp. h 305 Townsend 
Carpender Charles J. h George opp Nichol ave 

— Edwin R. George opp. Nichol ave 

— John N. pres. Hos. Co. h George nr Bishop 

— John N. jr. h George nr Bishop 

— M. C. h George nr Bishop 

— Sydney B. h George opp Nichol ave 
Carr Annie, emp J. & J. h 346 Suydam 

— Jennie A. emp J. & J. h 346 Suydam 

— John, embalmer, h 85 Albany 

— John A. hackman, h 51 Morrell 

— Morris, driver, h 51 Morrell 

— William F. clerk, h 346 Suydam 
Carrigan Charles, lab&rer, h 282 Delevan 

— George, carpenter, h 144 Welton 

— John W. carpenter, h 146 Welton 
Carroll Anthony F. telegrapher, h 14 Louis 

— Bridget, widow Michael, h 119 Easton ave 

— Catharine, widow Joseph, h 147 Townsend 

— Charles, salesman, h 147 Townsend 

— John, h 18 Lee ave 

— Joseph, carpenter, h 9 Powers 

— Katherine, emp rubber shop, h 119 Easton ave 

— Norah, emp rubber shop, h 119 Easton ave 

— William F. bookkeeper, h 53 Paterson 

Carson Catharine S. widow Robert, h 28 Remsen ave 

— Hugh C. h 233 Somerset 

CARSON ROBERT, treas. Cronk Mfg. Co. and Collector Cus- 
toms Perth Amboy, h 28 Remsen ave 
• — William F. bookkeeper C W. Russell, h 28 Remsen ave 
Carstens August, buttonmaker, h 96 Guilden 

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Carstens August jr. tilemaker, h 96 Guilden 

Carter Lee, laborer, h 141 Baldwin 

Carty William H. curbsetter, h 127 Remsen ave 

Carvey James, h 186 Redmond 

Case Caroline D. h 97 Albany 

— Elizabeth B. h 97 Albany 
Casey Annie C. h 260 Somerset 

— Frank, bartender, h 204 Neilson 

— Frank J. bookkeeper, h 44 Throop ave 

— James C. machinist, h 60 Codwise ave 

— John, driver, h 44 Throop ave 

— John F. carpenter, h 60 Codwise ave 

— Margaret, emp cigar factory, h 60 Codwise ave 

— Margaret C. h 41 Stone 

— May, telephone operator, h 71 Wyckoff 

— Michael C. emp L. & B. Wks. h -^y Wyckoff 

— Michael T. printer J. & Co. h 260 Somerset 

— Patrick, ironworker, h 60 Codwise ave 

— Thomas, emp Hos. Co. h 71 Wyckoff 

— William F. molder, h 60 Codwise ave 
Casler 'Andrew P. carpenter, h 159 Church 

— Charles H. loom fixer, h 159 Church 
— • Maggie, h 30 Hassart 

— Mary, h 30 Hassart 

Casner Leroy, emp Hos. Co. h 49 Carman 
Cassara Lorenzo, fruits, 302 George, h 15 New 
Castner Anna L. school teacher, h 215 Baldwin 

— Hester A. school teacher, h 215 Baldwin 

— John L machinist, h 120 French 

— Joseph W. watchman, h 342 Hale 

— Mary J. school teacher, h 215 Baldwin 
Cathcart Charles S. chemist, h 192 George 

— Clifford, salesman, h 66 Lee ave 

— Harry, driver, h 66 Lee ave 

— John H. coachman, h 66 Lee ave 
Gathers George, horse dealer, h 103 Bavard 
Catholic Club, 80 Albany 

Cauley Beatrice, emp rubber shop, h 22 Central ave 

— Margaret, widow Thomas, h 22 Central ave 

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Cauley Sadie, emp J. & J. h 22 Central ave 

— Thomas J. h 59 Guildeu 
Cavalier Isaac, driver, h 15 Schiireman 
Cavanagh Thomas H. tiremaker, h 153 Townsend 
Cephus Levin, mason, h 123 Lee ave 
Cereghino Abraham L. peddler, h 171 Hamilton 
— ^ Edward J. plumber, h 171 Hamilton 

— Lawrence L. tiremaker, h 171 Hamilton 

— Louis J. clerk Swift & Co. h 383 Comstock 
— ■ Stella, h 171 Hamilton 

Cesmodic Joseph, h 9 Plum 

Ceylon & China Tea Co. (William Stalker) 57 Church 

Chamberlain Adrian B. h 170 Somerset 

— Henry, laborer, h 168 Burnet 

— William L (Rev.) h 40 LTnion 

Chamberlin Joseph D. upholsterer, 49 Morris, h 141 Paterson 

— Laban H. student, h 141 Paterson 
Chandler Clara M. stenographer, h 158 Somerset 

Charity Organization Society of New Brunswick, 20 Bayard 
Chase C. Roscoe, asst. supt. Prud. Ins. Co. h 10 Throop ave 
Cheesman Annie W. h 96 Bayard 

— Henry S. h 96 Bayard 
Chester Albert, h 1 1 Union 

— A. PI. Mrs. h II Union 
Chi Phi House, 4 Union 

Chi Psi House, 114 College ave 

Chibboro Charles, plater, h 170 Remsen ave 

— Matteo, shoemaker, 170 Remsen ave. h do 
Chibora Antonio, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 176 Talmadge 
Chilakos Nicholas, fruits, 15 Albany, h do 

Children's Day Nursery, Sophia R. \'an \'liet, matron, 14 

French 
Children's Industrial Home, 190 Somerset 
Chittick Christopher, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 42 New 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 42 New 
CHONKA STEPHEN, saloon, 246 Neilson 
Chrisman Francis C. carpenter, h 376 George 

— John, engineer, h 376 George 
Christ Church Club, Paterson c Neilson 

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Christ Church (Episcopal) Neilson c Church. Rev. E. B. 

Joyce, rector 
Christian Missionary AIHance, 135 Neilson 
Christiansen Carl A. moulder, h 8 Morris 
Christie S. M. associate editor Daily Home News, h H. P. 
Christopher Cora, h 55 French 
Chrysler Elmer E. driver, h 26 Delafield 
Church James, h Lee ave c Seaman 

— Walter R. blockcutter, h 18 Paterson 

— William F. clerk, h 145 Church 
Churchward Anna, emp rubber shop, h 130 Burnet 

— Eliza, emp Hos. Co. h 78 Schureman 

— George jr. emp J. & Co. h 61 Commercial ave 

— George M. sashmaker. h 78 Schureman 
— ^ George W. ship carpenter, h 130 Burnet 
Cicerale Jerry, h 208 Sandford 

Ciotti Leonard, grocer, 162 Throop ave. h do 

City Clerk's Ofifice, 90 Carroll pi. James A. Morrison, Clerk 

CITY HOTEL, 67 Albany, John F. Norton prop. See adv p 

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City of Xew York Ins. Co. 417 George 
City Scales, Hiram c Neilson 

Civin Louis J. upholsterer, 78 Church, h 100 Bayard 
ClaiTey Margaret, domestic, h 45 Paterson 
Claggett George W. waiter, h 181 Suydam 
Clare Anna L. h 226 Baldwin , 

CLARE CHARLES C. (Beam & Clare) h 226 Baldwin 

— Hannah B. widow James H. h 226 Seaman 
Clark Alice, emp J. & J. h 44 Sicard 

— Andrew E. emp Water Co. h 113 Baldwin 

— Anna, emp Mus. String Co. h 113 Baldwin 

— Anna M. widow Dr. S. V. D. h 89 Bayard 

— Arthur M. lawyer, h 89 Bayard 

— 'Catharine, cigarmaker, h 112 Baldwin 

— Emily, widow William, h 35 Oliver 

— Etta, inspector, h 112 Baldwin 

— Frank, hackman, h 142 Redmond 

— Hannah, widow John H. h 142 Redmond 

— Hugh J. laborer, h 114 Baldwin 



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— I. D. supt. agencies N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 118 Codwise ave 

— James A. emp J. & J. h 56 Easton ave 
— 'James A. jr. driver, h 56 Easton ave 

— James F. h 142 Redmond 

— John, emp J. & C. h 56 Easton ave 

— John A. rubberworker, h 114 Baldwin 

— Kate, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 44 Sicard 

— Lizzie, emp hospital, h 105 Townsend 

— Matthew, emp J. & Co. h 36 Bartlett 

— Matthew F. solderer, h 36 Bartlett 

— Patrick F'. laborer, h 112 Baldwin 

— Stella, h 44 Sicard 

— Susan F. h 114 Baldwin 

— Thomas, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 47 Guilden 

— Thomas, laborer, h 126 Easton ave 

— Thomas D. rubberworker, h 114 Baldwin 

— Thomas P. laborer, h 340 Comstock 

— ■ Willard P. lawyer, 102 Church, h 89 Bayard 

— William, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 142 Redmond 

— William A. insurance agt. h 90 Suydam 

— William F. emp J. & Co. h 340 Comstock 
Clarke Addison E. pressman, h 130 New 

— ^ Bertha M. milliner, h 15 Hardenbergh 
— ■ Grace, h 62 John 

— Grace H. school teacher, h 15 Hardenbergh 

— James M. waiter, h 187 Handy 

— Jane Mrs. boarding, 127 Neilson, h do 

— John J. laborer, h 127 Neilson 

— John R. blockcutter, h 15 Hardenbergh 

— Polly, widow Samuel, h 187 Handy 
Clarkin Catharine, h 59 Richardson 

Clayton Daniel W. Deputy Surrogate, Court House, h Cran- 
bury Station 

— Delia, widow Beverlv, h 49 Neilson 

CLAYTON JOHN E. (Stewart & Clayton) h 206 Townsend 

— Thomas H. Mrs. widow, h 206 Townsend 
Cleary Thomas, asst. baggage agt. h 22 Throop ave 
Geggett Frank M. laborer, h 292 Delevan 

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Cleggett John, saloon, 169 French, h do 

— Robert B. tiremaker, h 33 Abeel 

— William G. machinist, h 79 Hassart 
— 'William G. jr. machinist, h 17 Louis 
Clemm Charles, laborer, h 6"] Wyckoff 
Clennan James, machinist, h 264 Somerset 
Clerken John, laborer, h 59 Commercial ave 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 59 Commercial ave 
Clickner Chester A. machinist, h 70 Huntington 

— Edward Law. carpenter, h 38 Bishop 

— Edwin F. printer, h 38 Bishop 

— Harold S. music teacher, 70 Huntington, h do 

— Peter P. painter, h 70 Huntington 
Climm Charles, h 67 Wyckofif 

— William, emp L. & B. Wks. h 71 Wyckofif 
Clinton Anna F. stenographer, h 56 Division 

— Catharine W. h 56 Division 

— ^ Elmer B. stone cutter, h 217 George 

CLINTON GEORGE A. Middlesex Granite and Marble Works, 
hd Commercial ave. h 192 do 

— G. DeWitt, bookkeeper, h 192 Commercial ave 

— John, sergeant police, h 56 Division 

— John L. clerk, h 56 Division 

Coan John A. counsellor-at-law, 46 Paterson, h South Amboy 
Coats Frederick, emp J. & C. h 54 Abeel 
Cochrane James, huckster, h 15 Commercial ave 

— James jr. huckster, h 15 Commercial ave 

— Joseph, motorman, h 15 Commercial ave 
Coddington Violet, widow Frederick B. h 62 Welton 
Cody Charles A. driver, h 49 Neilson 

— Edward, h 346 Suydam 

— Frank, driver, h 33 Abeel 

— Frank M. paperhanger, h 354 Seaman 

— Henry, driver, h 181 Seaman 

— ^Margaret, h 346 Suydam 

— Thomas, h 144 Church 

Coe Clarence, chaufifeur, h 17 John 

— Mary, h 17 John 

Coene Margaret, domestic. Cherry Lawn. Clifton ave 



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Cofifer George T. osteopath, 349 George, h Jersey City 
Coffey Catharine, widow Patrick, h 83 Easton ave 
— ' Catharine, domestic, 187 Livingston ave 

— Edward, emp rubber shop, h 293 Siiydam 

— James P. phimber, h 228 Somerset 

— Jerome, telephone operator, h 83 Easton ave 

— Martin, coachman, h College Farm 
Cohlhepp Augusta, widow John, h 66 Comstock 
Cohn Barrett, cutter, h 49 Church 

— Charles, clerk, h 308 Burnet 

— David, huckster, h 12 Hassart 
— ^ Helen, h 47 Church 

— Isidore, grocer, 81 Burnet, h do 

— Joseph (mgr. Scheuer & Bro.) h 49 Church 

— Louis, clothier, 308 Burnet, h do 

— Max, huckster, h 14 Hassart 

— Nathan, huckster, h 12 Hassart 

— Rena H. h 49 Church 

— Theodore, clothier and merchant tailor, 47 Church, h 49 do 

— Thomas, huckster, h 12 Hassart 
Colburn William H. bus. N. Y. h 275 Seaman 
— 'Eleanor W. widow Allen T. G. h 187 New 
Cole Alvah H. bookkeeper, h 267 George 

— Frederick, order clerk, h 1 14 Bavard 
— ' Thomas C. stone, h 274 Seaman 

— Thomas H. salesman J. & C. h 274 Seaman 
Coleman Frank G. barber, 31 Bayard, h 58 Albany 

— Honra M. h 181 Throop ave 

— James G. h 199 Burnet 

— John F. watchman, h 43 Church 
Colfield Francis, clerk, h 91 Throop ave 
Colkitt Bertha G. telegrapher, h 212 George 
College Farm. Nichol ave c Townsend 
Collier Abram jr. h 35 New 

— Abram P. coal, h 35 New 

— George, h 3s New 

COLLIER (JOHN) Ice and Coal Co. 213-215 Burnet. See adv 
p xxxiv 

— John B. ice, h 41 Neilson 

LYONS Sc Pf\RK&R, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



■^ Reaches | | 6,00O ■ I Homes 

DfliUY Home Ntws 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra; 
New Jersey . , 



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173 



Colligan Elizabeth G. h 253 Delevan 

— John E. bag-gage agt. P. R. R. h 150 Church 

— Laura F. clerk, h 253 Delevan 

— Mary, widow John, h 152 Paterson 

— May, h 33 Codwise ave 

Collins Abraham A. (Rev.) pastor Mt. Zion M. E. Church, 
h 25 Division 

— Anna, widow James, h 127 Somerset 

— Anna, emp cigar factory, h 92 Sandford 

— Annie, widow William, h 186 Albany 

— Daniel, driver, h 55 Burnet 

— Estella, h 91 Townsend 

— George W. carpenter, h 214 Hale 

— Hamlet E. emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 262 Handy 

— Horatio A. laborer, h 82 Neilson 

— James, laborer, h 61 Stone 

— John, carpenter, h 92 Sandford 

— John, contractor, 338 Townsend, h do 

— John, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 202 Commercial ave. 

— John jr. carpenter, h 92 Sandford 

— John T. emp J. & J. h 179 Easton ave • 

— Joseph, student, h 47 Jersey ave 

— Mary A. widow Patrick H. h 91 Townsend 

— Robert, rubberworker, h 56 Easton ave 

— S. Elizabeth, h 25 Division 

— Thomas J. bookkeeper, h 133 Somerset 

— Thomas M. laborer, h 163 Hamilton 

— Walter H. clerk, h 84 Guilden 
Colloway Helen M. h 144 Handy 

Colonial Life Ins.' Co. 408 George. John Mullen, agt. 
Colored Mission, 98 Lee ave 
Colton John, laborer, h 159 Church 
— ^ Margaret C. h 81 Jersey ave 

— Mary Mrs. h iii Throop ave 

— Mary E. h 81 Jersey ave 

— Thomas, h 143 Redmond 
Columbia Hall, Somerset c Division 
Colwell John H. laborer, h 344 Comstock 

— William, laborer, h 344 Comstock 

Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
Enamels, and Varnishes, at the Lowest Prices, 

Jiu'-ND^AT Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George St, 

'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 





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Give Quicker and Better Effects than Any Otiier Wake." 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Combs Jonathan, h 105 Redmond 

— Nellie R. nurse, 31 New, h do 
Commonwealth Fire Ins. Co. of Iowa, 417 George 
Compton DaviH H. foreman, h 174 Commercial ave 

— Fielden, driver, h 149 Sandford 
Conboy Andrew, h 99 Richardson 

— John, paper, h 36 Louis 

— Michael J. h 43 Bartlett 

— W^illiam, presser, h 187 Albany 
Concannon Alice, emp J. & J, h 83 Richardson 

— ^ilargaret, emp J. & J. h 83 Richardson 

— Thomas R. emp J. & J. h 83 Richardson 
Concordia Fire Ins. Co. of Milwaukee, 417 George 
Condict Frederick L. dentist, 86 Church, h 210 Townsend 
Condon Agnes R. h 131 Somerset 

— Mary E. clerk, h 199 Neilson 

— William J. physician, 336 George, h do 
Condron William, foreman, h 193 Hamilton 
Cone Bernard A. emp J. & J. h 93 Throop ave 

— Bridget, widow John, h 169 Townsend 

— Patrick, h 19 Louis 

— Patrick, salesman, h 169 Townsend 
C-onger Alice de C. h 62 New 

— Beulah G. milliner, h 128 Cod wise ave 

— Delia L. Ii 62 New 

— Edwin F. h 62 New 

— Elias B. mason, h 128 Codwise ave 

— Frederick, lawyer, h 81 Commercial ave 

— George, emp Ives Needle Co. h 260 Drift 

— Halsey H. h 62 New 

— James W. mechanical engineer, h 62 New 

CONGER JOHN H. vice-pres. New Brunswick Trust Co. and 
County Clerk, h 62 New 

— ^Matilda C. widow George M. h 172 Albany 
— ■ William H. mason, h 55 Railroad ave 

Conklin Andrew, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 212 Suydam 

— Charles, driver, h 113 Remsen ave 
Conlon Anna, h 39 Bishop 

— Elizabeth, emp Michelin Tire Co. h 202 Suydam 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 



Prompt Service 
Quick Deliveries 



BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 



LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



175 



Conlon Harry A. painter, li 39 Bishop 

— James B. emp Ives Needle Works, h no Paterson 

— Jennie, h 71 Bishop 

— John H. wall paper printer, h 18 Stone 

— Margaret, h 71 Bishop 

— Matthew H. drug clerk, h 18 Stone 

— Nellie, emp J. & J. h 39 Bishop 
— • Peter, engineer, h 39 Bishop 

.Connelly John E. elevator opr. h 74 Commercial ave 
Connery Honorah, widow Patrick, h 294 Howard 
— ^ John J. foreman, h 259 Baldwin 
Conning Frank W. h 350 George 
Connolly Andrew J. driver, h 54 Jersey ave 

— Edward J. driver, h 374 Hale 

— Elmer E. bookkeeper, h 265 Suydam 

— Harry F. wheelsman, h "jj Bishop 

— James A. emp P. R. R. h 54 Jersey ave 

— John A. tiremaker, h 54 Jersey ave 

— Mae V. milliner, h 238 Somerset 

— Mary, domestic, h 202 Redmond 

— Thomas F. keeper Rahway Reformatory, h 265 Suydam 
Connor Jennie, widow Thomas, h 124 Burnet 

— Joseph J. tailor, 127 Albany, h do 
— ^ William, tiremaker, h 127 Bayard 
Connors Charles, clerk, h 138 Guilden 

— Charles H. clerk, h 255 Baldwin 

— Daniel, clerk, h 85 Albany 

— Francis, h 85 Albany 

— James, h 138 Guilden 

— Jennie, widow Thomas, h 124 Burnet 

— Jennie, widow Thomas, boarding, 85 Alban}\ h do 

— John, flagman, h 6 Easton ave 

— J. Woodword, salesman, h 255 Baldwin 

— Margery, widow Thomas, h 24 Harvey 

— M. Antoinette, stenographer Mid. Shoe Co. h 255 Baldwin 

— Martha C. h 138 Guilden 

— May, h 276 George 

— Thomas, baker, h 138 Guilden 

— Thomas J. h 24 Harvey 



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Motor VeHlciGS 



Charging. Storage. 
Repairs. Sundries 
Supplies. 

95-97-93 Carroll Place Cor 



IVIIddlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
Gasoline. Electric. 

Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles. Bicycles 

George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 





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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Concrete BIocl(s and Ornamental Stone 

Factory: Remsen Ave. and Powers Street. Office : 18-20 Drift Street 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Connors William A. rubberworker, h 138 Guilden 

— William H. laborer, h 255 Baldwin 

CONOVER ANDREW J. pres. Enterprise Steam Laundry Co. 
Ltd. h River rd nr Raritan ave. H. P. 

— Charles B. student, h George nr Landing Lane 

— Charles S. salesman, h 66 Albany 

— Cornelius N. engineer, h George nr Landing Lane 

— David, engineer, h George nr Landing Lane 

— Ethel M. h 253 Delevan 

— F. May, student, h George nr Landing Lane 

— Garrett S. tireworker, h 66 Albany 

— Grover C. clerk, h 66 Albany 

— Howard, music teacher, 179 Neilson, h do 

— Hudson, salesman, h 84 Paterson 

CONOVER JOHN T. agt. TJ. S. Express Co. h Raritan ave. H. P. 
CONOVER J. FRANK (Brower & Conover) h 98 Redmond 

— Lewis B. clerk P. O. h 114 Bayard 

— Mary, h 123 French 

Conrad Bartholomew, laborer, h 8 John 

Consolidated Fruit Jar Co. Water c Somerset. Henry B. Kent, 

pres. ; Thomas J. Buckley, sec. and treas. 
Constantinidus Panagotosis A. insurance agt. h 117 Albany 
Convent of the Sisters of Charity, 86 Somerset 
Conway Bridget, widow Christopher, h 62 Morrell 

— Edward F. emp Am. Smelt Co. h 29 Mine 

— Elizabeth, widow James, h 10 Catharine 

— Margaret, h 62 Morrell 

— Martin, deckhand, h 10 Catharine 

CONWAY MARTIN R. M. contractor and builder, off Raritan 
ave. H. P. limits. R. F. D. No. 1 

— Mary, h 13 Harvey 

— Thomas, emp J. & J. h 62 Morrell 
Conyer Steve, emp J. & J. h 54 Somerset 

Cook Abram A. carriage painter, h 140 Suydam 

— Alfred J. restaurant, 53 Hiram, h do . 

— Anna B. h Bleecker pi 

— Annie, emp Hos. Co. h 192 Easton ave 

— Annie L. h 172 Townsend 

— Caroline, widow John, h 192 Easton ave 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 

Cor, Lee Ave. O. Talmadge St. 



General Gon]iraci.or 

Carting, Grading, ExcatAating 
Building Moving. Telephone 



HullIisH&WliiUield, «o£i|onju»^ 

Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage Loa^ns * 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 177 

Cook Cecelia L. h 192 Easton ave 

— 'Christopher I. laborer, h 172 Townsend 

— Elizabeth, emp Ho_s. Co. h 192 Easton ave 

— Emma W. h Bleecker pi 

— Gertrude, widow Conrad, h 129 Neilson 

COOK HENRY B. counsellor-at-law, 119 Albany, h 87 New. 
See professional card p 30 

— Herbert R. chauffeur, h 140 Suydam 

— Joseph, pipe fitter, h 335 Seaman 

— Joseph J. inspector, h 82 Jersey ave 

— Julia S. widow William J. h 87 New 

— Margaret, widow Charles, h 282 Somerset 

— Martha H. widow Jehiel F. h 26 Liberty 

— Mary, widow James, h 172 Townsend 
— ' Mary C. clerk, h 172 Townsend 

— Mary E. h 102 Easton ave 

— Mary F. finisher, h 102 Easton ave 

— Michael F. spinner, h 102 Easton ave 
— ' Minnie F. h 87 New 

— Robert A. bus. N. Y. h Bleecker pi 

— Rosa A. A. clerk, h 129 Neilson 
— ^ Rose E. clerk, h 172 Townsend 
Cooke Ambrose W. h 7 Livingston ave 

— Edward A. clerk, h 7 Livingston ave 

— Henry G. physician, 7 Livingston ave. h do 

— Mia C. h 7 Livingston ave 

— Sarah E. li 7 Livingston ave 

— Susan G. h 7 Livingston ave 

Cooper Drury W. lawyer N. Y. h 108 George 

— Mary, widow Jacob, h 108 George 
Coopey, Harry, clerk, h 27 John 
Copeland John, laborer, h 311 Seaman 

— John J. h 311 Seaman 

— Thomas A. h 311 Seaman 

, Copri John, laborer, h 42 Somerset 
Corcoran Julia A. stenographer, h 294 Talmadge 

— Margaret J. stenographer, h 294 Talmadge 

— Mary, widow Thomas, h 160 Somerset 

— Mary M. widow John, h 294 Talmadge 



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MERCHANT 
& BOYLAN 
349 George St., 



Brcbitecte 



New/ Brunswick. N. J. 
Telephone 609 



PAUL F. WILLIAMS 
Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 



Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 
Business Opportunities Appraisals 



413 GEORGE ST. 



'Phone 695 



178 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Cordo Frank (White Hall Stables) h Magnolia, H. P. 
Coriell William A. civil engineer, h 104 Welton 
Cornell Abbie A. widow Joseph, h 17 Bayard 

— Charles M. engineer, h 2 High 

— Edward D. carpenter, h 286 Delevan 

— Emerson, carpenter, h 62 John 

— Fannie, widow Morris, h Nichol ave opp Delevan 
- — • Frederick N. printer, h 25 Hartwell 

— Gertrude, milliner, 17 Bayard, h do 

— Jacob R. conductor P. R. R. h 17 Bayard 
— 'Jessie B. school teacher, h 2 High 

— Minne V. D. student, h 17 Bayard 

— William T. student, h 286 Delevan 

Cornish Margaret, widow George, h 159 Baldwin 
Corrigan Agnes, emp Hos. Co. h 71 Bishop 

— Ann, widow Owen, h 71 Bishop 

— Annie, emp J. & J. h 281 Suydam 

— Ella, h 71 Bishop 

— Helen, domestic, h 262 Suydam 

— John, h 2 Mine 

— John F. clerk, h 17 Church 

— Thomas, detective, h 86 College ave 

— Thomas, plumber, 281 Suydam, h do 

— William, clerk, h 86 College ave 
— ■ William J. h 59 Codwise ave 

Cortelyou Abraham, watchmaker, 27 Bayard, h 286 George 

— Edmund V. M. hardware, h 286 George 

— Edna C. school teacher, h 142 Welton 

— ■ Elizabeth, widow Charles C. h 142 Welton 
— ' Howard L. piano tuner, 258 Hale, h do 

— John, machinist, h 36 Jersey ave 
— ^ Walter L. collector, h 116 Bavard 

— William E. emp P. R. R. h 208 Handy 

— ^ W. Leroy, collector Pub. Ser. Corp. h 116 Bayard 
Cosgrove Alice, widow James, h 28 Powers 

— Charles F. pressman, h no Neilson 

COSGROVE DETECTIVE AGENCY, 92 Park pi. Newark, N. J. 
Charles J. Cosgrove, prin. See adv side lines 

— Florence, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 48 Throop ave 

The HURLEY SHOE for MEN at $5.00 

Is the BEST SHOE Proposition for the 
price ever built out of shoe Jeather 

BEAM <a CLARE, 362 George St. 



ZJ!^^^-""^ LADIES' or MEfS CLOTHING at 



Bears Bros., 



19 PEACE STREET, 



Neuf Brunswick, N. J. 



•Phone 143-R 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITV DIRECTORY. 



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Cosgrove James, papermaker, h 204 Commercial ave 

— John A. clerk, h 142 Townsend 

— John A. emp P. R. R. h 67 Remsen ave 
— ■ John H. laborer, h 48 Throop ave 

— Joseph F. emp P. R. R. h 67 Remsen ave 

— Lawrence F. engineer P. R. R. h 67 Remsen ave 

— Lawrence F. rubber cutter, h 142 Townsend 

— Loretta, saleswoman, h 48 Throop ave 

— Margaret C. h 67 Remsen ave 

— William, wallpaper printer, h 22 Welton 

Cosma John, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 44 Somerset 
— • Cosma, emp J. & J. h 2 Somerset 
Costello John F. laborer, h 437 George 

— Richard (Barbour & Costello) h 39 Albany 
Coster Albert, emp Ives Needle Co. h 12 Burnet 

— Charles, driver, h 12 Burnet 

— John, engineer, h 74 Guilden 

Costo Joseph, millworker, h 33 Wyckoff 

— Morris, shoemaker, 193 Easton ave. h do 
Cottington Violet, widow, h 42 New 
Cottrell Charles H. h Juliet nr Livingston ave 
— ■ Chester, h Juliet nr Livingston ave 

— • M. L. pres. N. B. Storage Warehouse Co. 18 Drift 

— ■ William C. fireman P. R. R. h Juliet nr Livingston ave 

Coughlin Joseph, ins. agt. h Somerset c Easton ave 

County Clerk's Office, Court House Square. John H. Conger, 

Clerk 
County Collector's Office, Court House Square. H. Raymond 

Groves, Collector 
County Jail, Court House Square 
Court House, Court House Square 
Courtney John F. machinist, h 352 Seaman 

— Lucy M. filing clerk, h 352 Seaman 

— Mary, widow John, h 352 Seaman 
Covas Coralie, h Landing Lane nr George 
Covely Louis, engineer, h 91 Burnet 

— Louis S. engineer, h 91 Burnet 
Covert Charles P. driver, h 42 Richmond 

— Margaret, widow Charles, h 42 Richmond 



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JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

Agent for Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



Excellent Facilities for 
the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
chine Shop and Repair 
Department in Charge 
N. J. of a First Class Mechan- 



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Cowan Morris (National Decorating Co.) h 420 George 
COWENHOVEN CHARLES T. counsellor-at-law, 43 Paterson, 
h 139 College ave. See professional card p 30 

— Charles T. jr. lawyer N. Y. h 139 College ave 

— Marie T. h 139 College ave 

— Miss, h 139 College ave 

COWENHOVEN N. REMSEN, lawyer, 43 Paterson, h 139 Col- 
lege ave 
Cox Edward, emp Water Co. h 90 Sandford 

— Frank R. Watchman, h 28 Bartlett 

— George T. h 131 Easton ave 

— James B. saloon, 131 Easton ave. h do 

— Mary K. h 131 Easton ave 

— Samuel A. driver, h 257 Baldwin 

— Theodore, laborer, h 103 Townsend 

— Voorhees, driver, h 103 Remsen ave 

— Voorhees H. engineer, h 257 Baldwin 
Coyne Catharine T. h 28 Sicard 

— Christopher, emp L. & B. Wks. h 37 Morrell 

— Christopher, saloon, 37 Bartlett. h 28 Sicard 

— Christopher F. emp P. R. R. h 13 Wyckoff 

— Christopher J. clerk, h 28 Sicard 

— Daniel, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 182 Easton ave 

— Francis A. h 37 Bartlett 

— Flarry, emp L. & B. Wks. h 37 Morrell 

— John J. roofer, h 28 Sicard 

— Margaret, h 13 Wyckoff 

— Margaret M. clerk, h 182 Easton ave 

— Peter, truckman, h 72 Commercial ave 

— Thomas, emp Pub. Ser. Corp. h 37 Morrell 

— Thomas, ship carpenter, h '/2 Commercial ave 
— ^ Thomas F. h 182 Easton ave 

— Thomas F. bartender, h 37 Bartlett 

— William, emp P. R. R. h 13 Wyckoff 

— William, engineer, h 28 Sicard 

— William J. printer, h 28 Sicard 

Cozzens Arthur A. accountant, h 2/- Codwise ave 

— • Howard, brakeman, h 337 Suydam 

Crahn Tames, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 181 Alban}- 

LYONS Sc Ff\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



1^ Reaches H B 6,0OO S 8 Homes 

Daily home Ntws 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
New Jersey . . 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



181 



CRAMER CALEB H. real estate and insurance, 349 George. 
See adv p xxi 

— Catharine E. emp rubber shop, h 57 Stone 

— LesHe, electrician with Edward Mack, h R. F. D. No. i 

— Lewis, molder, h 14 Abeel 
Crapp Lydia, clerk, h 115 Church 

— Mary J. h 115 Church 

CRATER WALTER K. clothier and furnisher, 96 Church, h 300 

George. See adv below 
Craven Agnes R. stenographer, h 83 Delafield 

— Bartholomew A. rubber worker, h 83 Delafield 

— Mary, widow John, h 83 Delafield 

— Mary A. bookkeeper, h 83 Delafield 

— Morris, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 38 Commercial ave 
Crawford Charles, machinist, h 83 Lawrence 
CRAWFORD FRANK, supt. Crawford Mfg. Co. h 262 Seaman 

— Frank, emp Neverslip Mfg Co. h 8 Cod wise ave 

— Frederick, emp J. & J. h 48 Oliver 

— George O. wood turner, h 48 Oliver 

— Humphrey, clerk, h 83 Morrell 

— John W. pipefitter, h 35 Wyckoflf 

— Leon, driver, h 7 Marsh's alley 

CRAWFORD MFG. CO. stop motions for knitting machines. 
Office and works, 12 Dennis. Frank Crawford, supt. 

— Margaret, widow Thomas, h 83 Morrell 

— Margaret J. dressmaker, 83 Morrell, h do 

Clothier ji:f Furnisher 

W. K. CRATER 

As you turn from George St. into Church St. look for this sign 

96 

CHURCH STREET 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

2 doors from George St. 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

MONIGAN THE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Monigan's Pharmacy,. 376 George Street 
'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 

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Creamer Catliarine, emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 57 Stone 

— Frank A. h 115 Neilson 

— Frank J. fireman, h 115 Neilson 

— Randolph, civil engineer, h 1 1 1 Bayard 
Creighton Thomas F. bookkeeper, h 271 Handy 
Crenning Charles J. ticket seller P. R. R. h 131 Bayard 
Criss Elizabeth, domestic, h 175 Livingston ave 
Crocken John, gasmaker, h 188 Albany 

Croken Agnes, clerk, h 141 Lee ave 

— Edward G. h 141 Lee ave 

— Eleanor M. widow William J. emp J. & J. h 18 Louis 

— Ellen, widow John, grocer, 141 Lee ave. h do 
Cronce IBessie, h 245 Hale 

— Ira B. carpenter, h 245 Hale 
Cronk Charles C. fireman, h 54 Hassart 

— Clarence W. emp Hos. Co. h 205 Suydam 

— • E. Irving, physician, 9 Livingston ave. h 176 George 
CRONK HUBERT B. sec. Cronk Mfg. Co. h 50 Hassart 
CRONK LYMAN, pres. Cronk Mfg. Co. h 176 George 
CRONK MFGr. CO. Lyman Cronk, pres.; E. E. Leonard, vice- 

pres. ; Hubert B. Cronk, sec. ; Robert Carson, treas. ; mfrs. 

sash, doors and blinds, 137-139-141 Burnet. See bottom 

lines Block Directory 

— Melvina E. h 205 Suydam 

— Theodore D. emp J. & J. h 205 Suydam 

— Wilson, butcher, h 1 1 John 
Cropsey Frances, h 57 Livingston ave 

— Jasper F. bookkeeper C. F. Jar Co. h 57 Livingston ave 

— Mary F. h 57 Livingston ave 

Crosgo Lawrence, rubberworker, h 2 Burnet 

Crossley Andrew J. laborer, h 136 Paterson 

Grossman James, waiter, h 28 French 

Crosson Charles D. auditor Armour & Co. h 84 Carroll pi 

— Charles F. pilot, h 11 John 

— Cornelius, laborer, h 18 Burnet 
— ■ Hugh V. pilot, h 1 1 John 

— James, marine captain, h 51 Huntington 

— William J. conductor, h 84 Carroll pi 
Crouch Charles W. draughtsman, h 18 Jones ave 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SrAffivfe BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER. SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



183 



Crouch Howard S. mgr. J. J. Morrison, h 370 Hale 

— James S. printer, h 54 Codwise ave 

— John P. master mechanic U. S. Rubber Co. h 231 George 

— WiUiam B. driver, h 26 John 

Crowell S. agt. N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h Metuchen, N. J. 
Cruse Annie, restaurant and dressmaker, 20 French, h do 
Csak Frank, emp J. & J. h 36 Railroad ave 
Cubberly Mindert, emp J. & Co. h 45 Hassart 
Cuddy Edward C. telegrapher, h 34 Division 
— ■ Elizabeth, widow Robert, h 34 Division 

— George, emp P. R. R. h 210 Suydam 

— Joanna, widow Edward, h 34 Division 

— Robert D. clerk E. R. Van Pelt, h H. P. 

— Sarah J, h 34 Division 

CuUen Anna S. widow James, h 75 Hassart 

— Catharine M. widow Frank, housekeeper, h 64 Schureman 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 75 Hassart 

Culm Rock Spring Water Co. 309 A George. Jas. Brown, mgr. 
Culver Emma, widow Clarkson, h 73 Carman 
Cummings Alfred, butler, h 61 Bartlett 
Cunningham Eva Mrs. h 60 John 

— James, h 191 Suydam 

— James, laborer, h 33 Division 

— John H. carpenter, h 100 Sicard 
— ' Margaret A. h 27 Delafield 
Curley Hannah, h 47 Neilson 

— Margaret, boxmaker, h 19 Stone 
Curran Edward, machinist, h 46 Ray 

— James H. foreman, h 44 Sicard 

— James H. moving pictures, 202, and prop. Amazon Hotel, 

204 Neilson 

— James M. conductor, h 139 Bayard 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 46 Ray 

— John J. bartender, h 22 Alexander 

— John J. saloon, 132 Somerset, h do 

— Joseph, cigarmaker, h 204 Neilson 

— Kate, h 13 Stone 

— Katharine T. h 139 Bayard 

— Loretta, h 204 Neilson 



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Curran Mary, widow James, h 46 Ray 

— Mary F. boxmaker, h 139 Bayard 

— Phineas, h 145 Redmond 

— Walter, caretaker cemetery, h 81 Morris 

— William H. laborer, h 204 Neilson 

Curran & Kemp (James H. Curran and John T. Kemp) gas 

machines, 204 Neilson 
Curry Andrew, foreman, h 149 Sandford 

— Catharine, emp L. & B. Wks. h 103 Townsend 

— Charles J. plumber, 103 Townsend, h do 

— Henrietta, emp J. & J. h 103 Townsend 

— Josephine, emp J. & J. h 103 Townsend 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 103 Townsend 

— Thomas, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 103 Townsend 
Curtis Theodore A. emp P. R. R. h 49 Drift 
Cushing Ann. widow John, h French bel Hale 

— Jennie V. h French bel Hale 

— John P. grocer, 125 French, h do 

— Mav, artist, h The Bayard 

CUSICK WILLIAM, saloon, 55 Hiram, h do 
Cutter David P. driver, h 29 Neilson 

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Dahlgren John R. jr. agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h Sayreville, N. J. 
Dahmer Charles, clerk P. O. h Adelaide ave. H. P. 
- — George, baker, h 15 Guilden 

— Henry, foreman, h 151 Sandford 

DAHMER JOHN S. sec. and treas. N. B. Storag-e Warehouse Co. 
and Middlesex Hollow Concrete Building Block Co. 18 
Drift 

— Julius, foreman, h 151 Sandford 

Daily Home News, 38 Hiram. Home News Publishing Co. 

publishers 
Daily James, laborer, h 12 Schureman 

— Joseph, bootblack, h 140 Remsen ave 

— Matthew, laborer, h 12 Schureman 

Daire Armand P. (Daire & Son) h Raritan ave. H. P. 

— Charles M. (Daire & Son) h First ave. H. P. 



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DAIEE & SON ( Armand P. and Charles M. ) carriages, wagons 

and harness, 20 Bayard. See adv p xiv 
Daley James, laborer, h 5 Senior 

— Mary, h 175 Redmond 
D'Allesandro John, h 315 Commercial ave 
Dalrymple Charles E. bookkeeper, h 78 Bayard 

— Hannah Mrs. boarding, 78 Bayard 
Dahon David, Hodcarrier. h 189 Handy 
Daly Augusta, emp J. & J. h 174 Townsend 

— Bertha Mrs. h 1 1 Livingston ave 

— Bros. (Michael F. and Wm. J.) grocers, 
— ' Catharine, widow Timothy, h 39 Guilden 

— Daniel, lampman P. R. R. h 296 Suydam 

— Daniel F. butcher, h 246 George 

— Daniel P. salesman, h 246 George 

— Elizabeth B. h 184 Baldwin 
— 'Frank J. salesman, h 31 Mine 

— James, ironworker, h 25 Liberty 

— John, h 186 Redmond 

— John, h 174 Townsend 

— John F. saloon, loi Remsen ave. 

— John H. butcher, 206 Suydam, h 

— John L. asst. mgr. h 31 Mine 

— Julia, widow Patrick, h 229 Baldwin 

— Mary, widow John J. h 31 Mine 

— Mary A. h 152 Easton ave 

— Mary A. widow Thomas, h 184 Baldwin 

— Matthew, mgr. L X. L. Ash Sifter Co. h 259 Flale 

— Michael, h 66 Lee ave 

— ^Michael F. (Daly Bros.) h 152 Easton ave 

— Nan, clerk, h 39 Guilden 

— ■ Patrick, butcher, h 86 Burnet 

DALY PETER F. counsellor-at-law and surrogate, 40 Paterson, 
h 146 Hamilton. See professional card p 30 

— Sara A. stenographer, h 184 Baldwin 

— Vincent M. salesman, h 259 Hale 

— William J. (Daly Bros.) h 152 Easton ave 
Damyan Alexander, h 54 Somerset 

— Louis, emp rubber shop, h 54 Somerset 



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Danberry Albert, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 78 Lee ave 

— Etta, nurse, y8 Schureman, h do 

— Frank, emp Neverslip Co. h 17 Cod wise ave 

— George W. presshand, h 14 Morris 

— Jennie, h 78 Lee ave 

— Sarah B. widow William F. h 78 Lee ave 

— William F. tiremaker, h 17 Cod wise ave 
Daniel S. Schank Observatory, George nr Somerset 
Daniels Ethel, h 336 Handy 

Dank William R. cigarmaker, h 13 Carman 
Dansberry Julia, widow George, h 42 Codwise ave 
Darmstadt Philip, baker, 204 George, h do 

— William J. carpenter, h 204 George 
Daroci Frank, laborer, h 54 Somerset 
Darrow Eugene P. supt. Hos. Co. h 45 Mine 
Davidson, Catharine L. h Seminary pi 

— Catharine L. widow Oliver, h Seminary pi 

— Edwin, insurance agt. h Paterson c George 
Davis Abram, tailor, h 33 New 

— Clarence, butcher, h 13 Oliver 

— Delia, widow William, h 5 Burnet 

— ■ Edwin B. prof. Rutgers College, h 145 College ave 

— Edwin C. machinist, h 124 New 

— Emma, cigarmaker, h 5 Burnet 

— George W. laborer, h 58 Senior 

— Helen V. stenographer N. B. Trust Co. h 259 Suydam 
— ^ John, barber, 281 Burnet, h 10 Catharine 

— Julia, cigarmaker, h 5 Burnet 

— Kary C. prof. Rutgers College, h 140 Hamilton 

— Katie, stripper, h 5 Burnet 

— Leon, barber, h 275 Baldwin 

— Mary A. widow Richard, h 55 John 

— Merilda, cigar packer, h 5 Burnet 

— Philip, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 58 Senior 

— Samuel, coachman, h 169 Church 

— Will, gardener, h 91 Ray 

— William, h 26 Bartlett 

— William B. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 259 Suydam 
Davison Alice E. h 109 Townsend 



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Davison Charles, emp P. R. R. h 59 John 
— ^ Charles R. driver, h 51 Easton ave 

— Eugene, driver, h 12 Morris 

— George H. cigars, 144 Erench, h do 

— Hannah M. widow Jonathan, h 20 Prospect 

— James H. bricklayer, h 109 Townsend 
— 'James J. carpenter, h 109 Townsend 

— John J. h I Elm Row 

— Joseph T. collector, h 109 Townsend 

— Mabel, h 224 Erench 

— Mary, widow John W. nurse, y2 Schureman, h do 

— Mary G. h 109 Townsend 

— Richard, driver, h 20 Prospect 

— Ruth, emp needle wks. h 60 John 

— Thomas S. clerk, h 116 Bayard 
Davitt Jane L. widow James, h 140 New 
Dawes Henry, h 38S Delevan 

Dawson Charles W. bookkeeper, h 151 Bayard 

— Edwin, tinsmith, h 151 Bayard 

— Edwin E. engraver, h 89 Louis 

— John J. clerk, h 81 Albany 

— Thomas, h 71 College ave 

— William A. h 81 Albany 
Day George, h 194 Handy 

Deagan Joseph, watchman, h 90 Commercial ave 

Dealing Lillian, h Bishop pi 

Dean John, carpenter, h 9 Louis 

DE ARMAS CHARLES (Ring & De Armas) h 46 Remsen ave 

DeCamp Lemma, cigars, 136 Church, h do 

Decker Ellen, h 48 Baldwin 

Deckert Arthur H. foreman, h 5 Ward 

— Ceorge J. buffer, h 5 Ward 
Dedman Stephen, laborer, h 108 Lee ave 
Deegan Joseph, watchman, h 90 Commercial ave 
Deerr Sophia, widow John, h 54 Abeel 

DeForeest Ella B. (L. P. & E. B. DeForeest) h 94 Schureman 

— Lizzie P. (L. P. & E. B. DeForeest) h 94 Schureman 

— L. P. & E. B. (Lizzie P. and Ella B.) fancy goods, 90 Church 
DeFrancisco S. h 39 Bartlett 



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DeGasta Joseph, laborer, h r 187 Comstock 

DeHart Abram. wagon builder, 10 Spring, h 273 Seaman 

DE HART ALAN T. (Huston & De Hart) h Berdine's corner 

— ' Alexander J. C. shipping clerk, h 20 Abeel 

— Anson W. asst. supt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 99 Bayard 

— Carrie, h 56 Neilson 

— Catharine, widow Alexander, h 56 Neilson 

— George, blacksmith, h 9 Morris 

— Hannah V. widow David B. h 259 Redmond 

— Harry, clerk N. Y. & N. J. Tel Co. h H. P. 

— Howard, foreman carpenter, h 187 Baldwin 

— ^ Jacobus, clerk Pub. Ser. Corp. h Berdine's Corner, R. R. 4 

— Jennie, h 30 Schureman 

— John S. special inspector Prudential Ins. Co. h 99 Bayard 

— John V. carder J. & J. h 9 Morris 

— MabeH school teacher, h 71 Hassart 

— Mary, h 29 Codwise ave 

— Sarah, dressmaker, 30 Schureman, h do 
— ^ "Stanley G. bookkeeper, h 71 Hassart 

— Stephen H. architect, 291 Redmond, h do 

— Sylvester G. bookkeeper, h 71 Hassart 

— William G. piano tuner, h 99 Bayard 

— William S. shoemaker, h 297 Suydani 
Deiner Conrad, tinsmith, h 104 Bayard 

— Harry F. cementer, h 84 Neilson 

— Henry, solderer, h 84 Neilson 

— Matthew, laborer, h 188 Albany 

— Sophia, h 33 New 

— ^ William, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 33 New 

— William A. emp Ives Needle Co. h 84 Neilson 
Deinzer Anna, h 159 Albany 

— Dora, h 153 Neilson 

— George H. h 243 Livingston ave 

— Henry J. butcher, fi 153 Neilson 

— Joseph G. butcher, h 128 Neilson 

— Lottie, widow Henry, h 159 Albany 

— Marguerite, h 159 Albany 

— William G. butcher, 153 Neilson, h do 

— Willard H. butcher. h^59 Albany 

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Deitrick Nicholas P. engineer, h 194 Easton ave 
Ddaney Anna L. dressmaker, 24 Louis, h do 

— James, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 85 Albany 

— John A. law student, George S. Silzer, h South Amboy, N. J. 

— Michael W. spinner, h 88 College ave 

— Thomas M. emp J. & C. h 24 Louis 

— Thomas R. steamfitter, h 60 Handy 
Delanoy Elias, policeman, h 162 Remsen ave 

— Julia, wi'dow Edward, h 130 Comstock 
Delaplaine Elizabeth, widow George N. h 147 Suydam 
Delaware Ins. Co. of Philadelphia, 417 George 
DELAWARE RIVER QUARRY AND CONSTRUCTION CO. 

389 George. William F. Harkins, agt. 
Delaware & Raritan Canal Office, Outlet Lock. Lemuel Wright, 

Collector 
Del Boni D. driver, h 131 Remsen ave 
Delesandro Antonio, junk, 87 Remsen ave. h do 
Delgoldi Giami A. F. laborer, h 108 Burnet 
Delta Kappa Epsilon House, 78 College ave 
Delta Phi House, yy Hamilton 
Delta Upsilon House, Bleecker pi 
Demarest Edward E. laborer, h 24 Harvey 

— George A. pool, 7 Codwise ave. h 144 New 

— Marv A. h Seminarv pi 

DEMAREST WILLIAM H. S. (Rev.) (D.D.) president Rutgers 

College, h Seminary pi 
DeMott Harriet G. widow John R. h 173 Neilson 

— John H. h 13 Kirkpatrick 

— Margaret C. widow Henry, h 13 Kirkpatrick 

— Sarah F. h 13 Kirkpatrick 
Dempsey Melinda C. h 91 Albany 

DeMun CHarles A. barber, 43i/< Easton ave. h 275 Baldwin 
Dennis Clarence, needlemaker, h 269 Neilson 

— George jr. clerk, h 269 Neilson 

— Holmes V. M. (Viehmann & Dennis) h 32 Union 

— John, laborer, h 192 Handy 

Dennison Chester A. electrician, h 34 Alexander 

— Fred. M. emp J. & J. h 34 Alexander 
Denton Charles, emp J. & J. h 272 Suydam 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Denton Charles, watchman, h 388 Remsen ave 

— Frank B. salesman, h 272 Suydam 

— Jennie, h 142 Remsen ave 

— Mathilda, h 69 Schureman 
Depew May, h 94 Welton 

— Thomas, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 94 Welton 

— ■ William F. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 94 Welton 

de Regt Albert C. prof. Rutgers College, h i Hardenbergh 

Derenthal Henry W. ins. agt. h 422 George 

Bering Henry, druggist, h 196 Somerset 

Deshey Harry, h 160 Throop ave 

Deshler Charles, electrical engineer, h 106 College ave 

— Edith, h 106 College ave 

— Edward M. h 68 Guilden 

— Fred, bookkeeper J. & J. h 94 Church 

— George R. bookkeeper, h 256 Seaman 

— Herbert B. h 261 Hale 

DESHLER JAMES, pres. N. B. Trust Co. and supt. U. S. Rub- 
ber Co. h 151 Livingston ave 

— Jennie H. h 68 Guilden 

— Kate, h 106 College ave 

— Marjorie, teacher, h 68 Guilden 

— Mary H. h 106 College ave 

— Rebecca, h 68 Guilden 
Deutsch Joseph, h 152 New 

Deventer John, milk, George's rd nr Allen's la 
DE"VER ERNEST, hairdresser, 347 Geor^ 

Devine James F. (Rev.) pastor Sacred Heart (R. C.) Church, 
h 56 Throop ave 

— - William, watchman, h 46 Easton ave 
Dewald Bertha E. C. school teacher, h 22 Morris 

— Emma B. teacher, h 22 Morris 

— Ernest S. T. student, h 22 Morris 

— John A. (Rev.) pastor Evangelical Lutheran Emanuel 

Church, h 22 Morris 

— Martha L. school teacher, h 22 Morris 
DeWaters George, emp J. & Co. h 147 Suydam 
Dewhurst Catharine, widow William, h 205 Somerset 

— Flora, h 205 Somerset 

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OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 



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Ice Cream Manufacturers 
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Dewhurst William D. carpenter, h 205 Somerset 

Dewing George H. driver, h 336 Suyclam 

Dey Anthony, bus. N. Y. h College ave c George 

— Charles R. plumber, 19 Bayard, h do 

— Ethel J. h 19 Bayard 

— E. Adelaide, clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 103 Livingston ave 

— Frank H. clerk, h 19 Bayard 

— Frank H. coachman, h 7 Stone 

— Frank O. plumber, h 40 Railroad ave 

— Walter J. h 19 Bayard 

Dicenta George E. agt. Prud. Ins. Co. h South River, N. J. 
Dickerson Lucinda, widow, h 28 French 
Dickinson Ella, teacher, h 230 Hamilton 

— James A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 127 Remsen ave 

— John, mgr. Russell Card Co. h The Bayard 
Didamus Rachel, widow Lewis, h 165 Comstock 
Diebold Catharine, widow Abraham, h 27 Prosper 

— Catharine, packer, h 27 Prosper 

— Frances, buyer, h 2^ Prosper 

Diegel Augustus C. emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 178 New 
Diegle Wilhelmina, widow John, h 58 Baldwin 
— ■ ^Villiam, rubberworker, h 58 Baldwin 
Dietzel John, special officer, h 67 Schureman 
Dilatush Jennie T. h 43 John 

— John, motorman, h 236 Baldwin 

— Mary E. widow James T. h 43 John 

— Minnie, school teacher, h 43 John 

Dilkes , rubberworker, h 67 Burnet 

Dill Margaret B. widow Gillen, h 156 New 
Dillman William, emp J. & J. h 82 Hassart 
Dillon Joseph, tiremaker, h 199 Hamilton 

— Margaret, h 69 Burnet 

Diloson Michael, machinist, h 315 Commercial ave 

Dilts George H. driver, h 65 Schureman 

Dineen William, laborer, h 181 Albany 

Dion Joseph, carpenter, h 23 Stone 

Disbrow Milton, bookkeeper C. F. Jar Co. h 291 Burnet 

— Roy. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 291 Burnet 
Disken Annie, domestic, h 45 Paterson 



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District Court, 389 George. Edward W. Hicks, Judge 

Ditmar Antone, lawyer, h 159 Albany 

Dix William H. laborer, h 257 French 

Dixon Frank T. emp Ives Needle Wks. h 126 Bayard 

— Grandell, laborer, h 189 Suydam 

— Isaac, driver, h 157 Church 

— Jane, widow George, h 126 Bayard 

— John, mason, h 33 French 

— John A, bus. Jersey City, h 191 Livingston ave 

— Margaret, cigar packer, h 33 French 

— Mary, h 33 French 

— Percival, bookkeeper, h 312 George 

— Thomas, painter, h 161 Burnet 

DOBERMILIER JOHN, mgr. Hadkins Bottling Co. h 17 Neilson 
Dobin Samuel, jeweler. 42 Dennis, h 26 Schureman 
Dobson Henry E. moulder, h 208 New 

— Plumbing & Heating Co. ; Thomas J. Dobson, pres. ; Alvin 

A. Hastings, sec. and treas. ; 12914 Bayard 

— Thomas J. pres. Dobson Plumbing & Heating Co. h 342 

Suydam 
Dock Peter, watchman, h 91 Commercial ave 
Dodd Annie, h 348 Comstock 

— Bertha L. h 170 Somerset 

— John H. h 170 Somerset 

— -John S. machinist, h 18 Remsen ave 
Dodge Bertha M. h 244 Somerset 

— Charles A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 244 Somerset 

— Charles W. machinist, h 126 French 

— Daniel L. cigars, 327 George, h do 

— Frederick H. Director Ballantine Gymnasium, Rutgers Col- 

lege, h 116 Hamilton 
Doerr Frank, rubberworker, h 36 Oliver 
Dohm Catharine, widow George W. h 6 Commercial ave 
— ■ Clara, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 35 Division 
Dolan Agnes M. h 52 Welton 

— Anthony, tinsmith, h 51 Ray 

— Frank A. jeweler, h 52 Welton 

— Henry T. clerk, h 52 Welton 

— Marv A. clerk, h ^2 Welton 



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Dolan Kellie L. clerk, h 52 Welton 
• — Patrick, conductor, h 181 Albany 
Doll Matthew E. carpenter, h 201 New 
— ' Rachel W. widow Joseph, h 205 Suydam 
Dolson Anna B. clerk, h 54 Baldwin 

— Thomas, mgr. Singer Sewing Mac. Co. h 54 Baldwin 
Donahue Anna G. h 132 French 

— Bros. (Thomas A. and John A.) grocers, yj Throop ave 

— Catharine, widow John, h 39 Throop ave 

— Catharine, widow Terence, h 132 French 

— Catharine T. h 132 French 

— Daniel, laborer, h 35 John 

— Edward, carpenter, h 129 Townsend 

— Edward, plumber, h 129 Townsend 

— Ellen, h 51 Ray 

— Frank, emp Brunswick Ref. Co. h 129 Townsend 

— George H. butcher, 45 Throop ave. h 129 Livingston ave 

— Harry H. salesman, h 41 Throop ave 

— James, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 17 Guilden 

— James D. driver, h 40 Richmond 

— Jane V. h 57 Ray 

— John A. (Donahue Bros.) h 245 George 

— John F. telegrapher, h 91 Easton ave 
— 'John T. plumber, h 41 Throop ave 

— Mary, emp Hos. Co. h 31 Neilson 

— Mary A. h 132 French 

— Patrick, h 31 Neilson 

— Thomas A. (Donahue Bros.) h 41 Throop ave 

— Thomas P. h 333 Suydam 

Donegan Alice M. widow Patrick, h 6 Prosper 

— Elizabeth, grocer, 1 1 Guilden 

— Frank B. clerk, h 6 Prosper 

— James, needlemaker, h 109 Somerset 

— John M. clerk, h 11 Guilden 

— John T. clerk, h 376 Comstock 

— Mary J. h 116 Easton ave 
Donesctz Joseph, emp J. & C. h 10 Plum 
Donnelly Alice V. h 24 Railroad ave 

— Carrie, widow William, h 25 John 






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Donnelly Catharine C. h 28 Central ave 

— Charles, blacksmith, h 23 James 

— Edward J. foreman, h 33 Division 

— Ellen, dressmaker, 60 Schureman, h do 

— Erancis I. blacksmith, 152 Neilson, h 160 Church 

— George J. invoice clerk, h 160 Church 

— James, foreman P. R. R. h 24 Railroad ave 

— James A. bus. N. Y. h 160 Church 

— Jennie M. h 160 Church 

— John, h 188 Albany 

— John A. laborer, h 33 Division 

— John D. gasfitter, h 17 Bartlett 

— John J. plumber, 26 Central ave. h 28 do 

— John J. jr. barber, 33 Guilden, h 19 Hardenbergh 

— Leon T. laborer, h 33 Division 

— Mary C. h 160 Church 

— William, papermaker, h 25 John 

— ^ William A. bus. N. Y. h 160 Church 
Donofrio Antonio, laborer, h 115 Remsen ave 

— Erank, shoemaker, 115 Remsen ave. h do 

— Louis, driver, h 115 Remsen ave 

Donohue Annie, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 38 Commercial ave 

— Catharine, h 130 Townsend 

DONOHUE FRANK M. physician, 139 Albany, h do. Office 
hours — 8 a. m.-l p. m. ; 7-8 p. m. Phone 191 

— James H. plumber, h 341 Seaman 

— James T. h 130 Townsend 

— John A. clerk, h 341 Seaman 

— Loretta C. h 341 Seaman 

— "Mary, widow James, h 38 Commercial ave 

— Mary, emp Hos. Co. h 38 Commercial ave 

— Mary A. widow Peter, saloon, 117 Remsen ave. h do 

— Mary B. h 139 Albany 

— Owen, bartender, h 18 Morris 

— Patrick, engineer, h 38 Commercial av*» 

— Rose, h 49 Throop ave 

— Thomas, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 38 Commercial ave 

— Thomas E. painter, h 130 Townsend 
Donovan Jeremiah, saloon, 113 Somerset, h do 

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Dooley Cecelia, widow William, h i68 George 

— Clara C. h i68 George 
Doram James W. h 170 Hale 

— John W. farmer, h 170 Hale 

Doran Catharine C. emp J. & J. h 164 Hamilton 

— John, needlemaker, h 164 Hamilton 

— Mary A. emp J. & J. h 164 Hamilton 

— Patrick, emp P. R. R. h 75 Alorrell 

— Sarah, widow William, h 6 Bethany 
Doris Ann, widow James, h 194 Hamilton 

— Sarah, h 194 Hamilton 

Dorn Conrad F. laborer, h 90 Remsen ave 

— John, grinder, h 265 Little Burnet 

— William, tiremaker, h 45 Delafield 
Dotterman John, rubberworker, h 18 Hassart 
Dougherty Anna M. clerk, h 45 Easton ave 

— Elizabeth T. h 2y Washington 

— ^ Elizabeth T. cigarmaker, h 151 Throop ave 

— Francis J. laborer, h 27 Washington 

— James E. laborer, h 151 Throop ave 

— James T. laborer, h 151 Throop ave 

— John G. laborer, h 2y Washington 

— John P. clerk, h 27 Washington 

— Mary E. widow Andrew, boarding, 181 Albany, h do 

— William J. locktender, h 45 Easton ave 
Doughtv Harriet M. h 56 Wyckoff 

— Laura E. h 56 Wyckoff 

— Lester, porter, h 26 French 

— Mary E. widow Nicholas, h 26 French 

— Samuel R. laborer, h 56 Wyckoff 

— William, janitor Morrison Bldg. h 186 Hamihon 
Douglass William, carpenter, h 141 Baldwin 

Dow Charles P. machinist, h 58 Commercial ave 

— Emeline, h 207 Townsend 

— John D. watchman, h 58 Commercial ave 

— Sarah, h 58 Commercial ave 
Dowd Charles, watchman, h 39 Albany 

— Charles W. machinist, h 138 Somerset 

— Mary A. h 39 Albany 



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Dowd William H. foreman, h 138 Somerset 
Dovvdell Angela, emp J. & J. h 42 Bishop 

— Annie, cashier, h 42 Bishop 

— Joseph, moulder, h 42 Bishop 

— Mary A. dressmaker, h 42 Bishop 
Dowdy WiUiam, porter, h 186 Hamilton 
Dowling Michael J. emp J. & C. h 59 New 
Dovvnie Amelia, cigarmaker, h 180 Hamilton 

— Adelaide, cigarmaker, h 180 Hamilton 

— Jennie, cigarmaker, h 180 Hamilton 

Downing John F. mgr. Wm. B. Smith & Co. h 162 Albany 

— Mary F. h 162 Albany 

Doyle Henry, plumber, h 169 Seaman 

— James F. foreman, h 134 Paterson 

— Joseph A. plumber, h 169 Seaman 

— Marie S. h 168 Throop ave 

— Mary, widow Nicholas, h 169 Seaman 

— Moses, carpenter, h 168 Throop ave 
Drake Abbie, widow Abraham, h 290 George 

— Alvin (Drake Bros.) h 55 Albany 

— Bros. (Alvin and George E.) dry goods, 53 Albany 

— George E. (Drake Bros.) h 55 Albany 

— Harold W. clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 290 George 

— Harriet M. stenographer, h 290 George 

— Harry M. mgr. Armour & Co. h 94 Bayard 

— Lucetta S. telephone opr. h 290 George 

— Martha, widow Augustus, h Easton ave opp Landing la 

— Mary O. dry goods, 225 Neilson, h do 
Dreier Garrett, musical goods, 75 Church, h 'J2i tlo 
Drury Charlotte K. h 218 Redmond 

— Henrietta, widow John, h 218 Redmond 

— John J. driver, h 161 Neilson 

— John J. driver, h 141 Townsend 

— Thomas, laborer, h 47 Jersey ave 
Dubben Louis, jeweler, h 26 Schureman 
DuBois Clarence A. janitor, h 108 Hamilton 
Dudley George S. physician, 342 George, h do 
Dudling Amos N. motorman, h 145 Throop ave 
Duffy John, fireman, h 119 Somerset 

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Duffy Thomas F. tiremaker, h 28 Harvey 

Dugan Martin, laborer, h 53 Codwise tve 

— ■ Thomas C. coal, 16 N.ew, h 270 George 

Dukesarth August, painter, h 94 Paterson 

Dullard James T. h 58 Albany 

Dulson Thomas, manager, h 54 Baldwin 

DUN R. G. & CO. Newark, N. J. mercantile agency, 210 Handy. 

William H. Morehead, reporter 
Duncan Cora L. h 44 College ave 

— Emma A. bookkeeper, h 185 New 

— Kenneth J. h 44 College ave 

— Mary E. widow Henry, h 185 New 
— • Wilson J. h 44 College ave 

Dunham Abram H. butcher, h 136 Seaman 

— Catharine, stenographer, h 208 Hale 

— Charles, painter, h 178 Albany 

— Charles A. janitor Washington School, h 154 Church 
DUNHAM CHARLES A. sec. and treas. N. B. Savings Institu- 
tion, h 181 Neilson 

— Charles H. dentist, 344 George, h Raritan ave. H. P. 

— Charles W. driver, h 48 Central ave 

— Clara, h 20 Paterson 

— ^ David, watchman, h 16 Throop ave 

— David A. printer, h 16 Throop ave 

— Edward, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 34 Oliver 

— Edward W. painter, h 89 Guilden 

— Edwin, bus. N. Y. h 23^^ Bartlett 

— Elsie A. teacher, h 20 Hartwell 

— Elizabeth, h The Bayard 

— Elmer, emp J. & J. h 139 Church 

— Emma, emp Hos. Co. h 208 Hale 

— Frederick K. bookkeeper, h 20 Codwise ave 

— George, painter, h 33 Hartwell 

— Harriet, manicure, 139 Church, h do 

— Harry, clerk, h 61 John 

— ^ Harry, painter, h 281 Hamilton 

— Henry W. bricklayer, h 33 Hartwell 

— James S. carrier P. O. h 292 George 

— Jeannette R. h 20 Codwise ave 

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Dunham John, rubberworker, h 33 Hartwell 

— John L. carpenter, h 208 Hale 

— John R. machinist, h 51 Dennis 

DUNHAM JOHN R. pianos and organs, 131 Church, h 271 
George 

— Kimble, musician, h 20 Hartwell 

— Lewis, driver, h 33 Hartwell 

— Louise, h 20 Codwise ave 

— Raymond, h 47 French 

— Samuel, wall paper printer, h 14 Hartwell 

— Samuel R. gardener, h 208 Hale 

— William, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 47 French 

— William, insurance agent, h 61 John 

DUNHAM WILLIAM, pres. Strong Hardware Co. h 20 Cod- 
wise ave 

— William jr. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 47 French 
— ■ William D. clerk, h 68 Throop ave 

— William E. lineman, h 210 Somerset 

Dunlap Catharine, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 53 Huntington 

— Frank, conductor, h 53 Huntington 

— James, milk, 53 Huntington, h do 

— James F. h 132 Somerset 

— John A. emp Neverslip Co. h 62 Richardson 

— Mary, widow, h 2 Prosper 

— Mary, boxmaker, h 53 Huntington 

— Peter, driver, h 53 Huntington 

— Susan, waitress, h 2 Prosper 

Dunn Amanda, widow Simeon, h 251 Hale 

— Anna E. h 158 Somerset 

— Catharine, stenographer, h 100 Commercial ave 

— Catharine A. widow John G. h 286 Comstock 

— Charles A. florist, h 286 Comstock 

— •Charles W. carpenter, h 120 Remsen ave 

— Charles W. jr. carpenter, h 120 Remsen ave 

— Edith M. stenographer, h 251 Hale 

— Eliza, widow Charles A. h 175 Hamilton 

— Elizabeth Mrs. h 42 Easton ave 

— George, laborer, h 286 Comstock 

— George D. laborer, h 31 Peace 

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Dunn George R. clerk, h 342 Seaman 

— George W. detective, h 32 Remsen ave 

— Henry B. clerk, h 29 Comstock 

— Henry DeM. agt, Jb'rudential Ins. Co. h 104 Redmond 
, — 'Isaac £. builder, 167 New, h do 

— ^ James, carpenter, h 13 Morris 

— Jennie F. dressmaker, 100 Commercial ave. h do 

— John, h 14 Mine 

— John, moulder, h 13 Morris 

— John A. barber. Ill Burnet, h 100 Commercial ave 

— John G. foreman, h 34 Schureman 

— John G. gardener, h 312 Seaman 

— Joseph M. moulder, h 107 Townsend 

— Lewis W. salesman, h 104 Redmond 

— Margaret A. h 100 Commercial ave 
— • Mary L. widow, h 42 Easton ave 

— Michael J. carriagemaker, h 100 Commercial ave 

— Sarah J. Mrs. h 13 Morris 

— Simeon, plumber, h 120 Remsen ave 

— Simeon G. carpenter, h 233 George 

— Thomas, huckster, h 346 Seaman 

— Thomas, laborer, h 188 Seaman 

— Thomas H. moulder, h 251 Hale 

— Valena, widow Andrew, h 104 Redmond 

— Voorhees, boxmaker, h 286 Comstock 

— William, butcher, h 13 Morris 

— William A. h 14 Mine 

— ■ William H. clerk, h 340 Seaman 

Dunning William G. salesman, h 173 Hamilton 

— William H. moulder, h 123 Bayard 
Dupont Oscar, foreman, h 125 Somerset 
Durham Henry, h 93 Throop ave 

— Henry jr. asst. supt. U. S. Rubber Co. h 264 Seaman 

— Mary E. widow John, h 144 Welton 

— Willard C. student, h 264 Seaman 

Duryea Annie, widow William R. h 35 College ave 

— George V. concrete, 169 New, h do 

Duryee John L. sec. and treas. Janeway Button Co. h 78 
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Dutchess Fire Ins. Co. of Poughkeepsie, 417 George 
Duval Charles C. barber, h 192 Remsen ave 

— Ellsworth J. porter, h 192 Remsen ave 

— Oliver, h 192 Remsen ave 

— Tarleton, barber, h 192 Remsen ave 

— Tarletan jr. waiter, h 192 Remsen ave 
Duvald Henry, h 127 Lee ave 

Dwyer Ella T. clerk, h 71 Remsen ave 

— Henry F. emp P. R. R. h 75 Sicard 

— John, driver, h 71 Remsen ave 

— Lawrence, hostler, h 204 Somerset 

— Margaret A. h 71 Remsen ave 

— Patrick, groundman, h 204 Somerset 

— Thomas F. policeman, h 143 Seaman 
Dye Albert, bookkeeper, h 199 New 

— Elizabeth, h 316 George 

Dyer John L. fireman P. R. R. h 290 Suydam 

— Sidney, tiremaker, h 54 Abeel 



Eagles Hall, Church c Neilson 

F.astburn Charles T. druggist, 158 Neilson, h 40 Delevan 

— Julia, widow Robert, h 54 Neilson 
• — 'Louis D. laborer, h 45 Peace 

Ebenezer Baptist Church (Colored), Lee ave. nr Hale 
Eberhardt Bessie F. h 85 New 

— Frederick N. salesman, h 85 New 

— Nellie M. h 85 New 

Eckhardt Augustus M. carpenter, h 171 Redmond 

Eckert Nicholas, emp J. & J. h French nr St. Peter's Cemetery 

Ecsedy Daniel, h 73 French 

— Martha, widow Joseph, h 73 French 

Eddy Mfg. Co. (G. H. Bissett) dentists' materials, 420 George 
Eden Arthur A. student, h 215 Hamilton 

— Arthur L. emp J. & Co. h 145 Sandford 

— Augustus N. paperhanger, 9 James, h do 

— Bertha, h 12 Morris 

— Catharine, widow, h 254 Neilson 

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Eden Charles H. papermaker, h 12 Morris 

— Clara, h 264 Drift 

— Decorating Co. (William W. and Richard J. Eden) 138 

New 

— Ernest C. student, h 26 Hartwell 

— Everett J. decorator, h 2iJ^ Bartlett 

— Ezekiel V. painter, h 303 Suydam 

— Georg-e F. h 15 Hartwell 

— Irving W. wall paper printer, h 26 Hartwell 

— James R. paperhanger, h g James 

— Jennie E. h 215 Hamilton 

— Lettie V. h 215 Hamilton 

— ■ Mabel M. telephone operator, h 9 James 

— Maud M. clerk, h 9 James 

— Milton, emp J, & C. h 264 Drift 
— ■ Raymond E. butcher, h 9 James 

— ^Richard J. (Eden Decorating Co.) h 336 Handy 

— Robert A. colormixer, h 215 Elamilton 

— Stella L. telephone operator, h 26 Hartwell 
— ^ Walter E. bookkeeper, h 215 Hamilton 

— W^illiam D. colormixer, h 2.S Bartlett 

— William W. (Eden Decorating Co.) h 264 Drift 

— W^illiam W. paperhanger, h 52 Sicard 
Eder Philip, conductor, h t8t Albany 

EDGAR BROS. (Joseph jr. and George S.) butchers, New c 

Codwise ave. and 155 Hamilton. See adv p xxix 
EDGAR GEORGE S. (Edgar Bros.) h 36 Hardenburgh 
EDGAR JAMES A. real estate and insnrance, 349 George, h 28 

Grant ave. Livingston Manor, H. P. See adv p iv 
EDGAR JOSEPH JR. (Edgar Bros.) h 36 Hardenburgh 
Edmonds William. E. bookkeeper, h 18 Remsen ave 
Egan James, clerk, h 33 Easton ave 

— Tane, widow James, h 33 Easton ave 
— 'John, carpenter, h 155 Hamilton 

— Joseph E. motorman, h 155 Hamilton 

— Marv, music teacher, h 155 Hamilton 

— Michael, watchman, h 39 Albany 

— Rose, h 30 Albanv 

— Rose, h 3^ Easton ave 



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Egan Sadie, h 155 Hamilton 

— Thomas, carpenter, h 155 Hamilton 
Eganey John H. rubber worker, h 27 Richmond 
Egolf James, emp cigar factory, h 93 Ray 
Egri Daniel, laborer, h 128 Somerset 

Ehlert Augusta, h 134 Burnet 

— Charles H. clerk, h 134 French 

— Henry, h 134 French 

Ehm Matthias, rubberworker, h 92 Burnet 

— Charles A. engineer, h 209 Neilson 
Eib Anna A. clerk, h 209 Neilson 

— Charles A. engineer, h 209 Neilson 
Eichinger Agnes, widow August, h 164 Albany 

— Peter, foreman U. S. Cigar Factory, h 24 Commercial ave 
— ■ Sophie, cigarmaker, h 164 Albany 

Eichler Frederick, emp city, h g]/^ Hassart 

Eick Frank, electrician, h 212 Suydam 

EISELE JOHN C. vice pres. N. B. Trust Co. h Newark, N. J. 

Eitel Magdalene, widow John, grocer, 39 French, h 41 do 

Elbertson Charles, needlemaker, h 15 Hartwell 

Eldridge Francis A. emp L. & B. Wks. h 141 Throop ave 

— George A. herbs, 14 Bayard, h do 

— James A. laborer, h 141 Throop ave 

— ^ James J. emp L. & B. Wks. h 141 Throop ave 
— ■ Mary A. h 141 Throop ave 

— Wilson, bookkeeper, h 49 Schureman 
Elf ant Benjamin, shoes, 25 Hiram, h do 
Elias Charles, painter, h 35 Peace 

— ■ Charles H. butcher, h 121 Neilson 

— Grover C. driver, h 35 Peace 

— Harry, musician, 35 Peace, h do 
Eling Charles, h 70 Remsen ave 

— Charles jr. tiremaker, h 70 Remsen ave 

— Thomas, carpenter, h 70 Remsen ave 
Elkins James, emp J. & C. h 56 Easton ave 

— John S. h 56 Easton ave 

— Frank L. U. S. Navy, h 24 John 

— Margaret, widow Isaac, h 11 Louis 

— Sarah C. widow George, h 24 John 



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Elliott Mfg. Co. 43 Paterson. Chas. B. Elliott, pres. 
Ellis Zillah, widow Abraham, h 93 Bayard 
Ellison Daniel W. clerk, h 295 Stiydam 

— George G. stenographer, h 295 Suydam 

— John A. clerk, h 121 Neilson 

— Joseph R. signalman, h 295 Suydam 

— Margaret A. emp J. & J. h 295 Suydam 

— Mary W. emp J. & J. h 295 Suydam 

ELMENDORF JOHN E. counsellor-at-law, master in chancery, 
71 Albany, h 69 do. See professional card p 30 

ELMWOOD CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, hd Commercial ave. 
A. Yorston, supt. See adv below 

Elsesser John, laborer, h 8 John 

EMERSON GEORGE D. pres'. National Musical String Co. h 67 
Paterson 

Elmwood Cemetery 

This Beautiful Place Situated In the Out- 
skirts of New Brunswick, With Entrances 

At the Head of Commercial Ave. and on the New Bruns- 
wick and Cranbury Turnpike and on Livingston Ave. 

Maps of the Cemetery can be seen at the Post Office, County 

Clerk's Office, and all the Undertakers' Warerooms 

In New Brunswick. 

Persons desiring to purchase lots, etc., or wishing further informa- 
tion, in reference to the grounds, will please apply to the Su erin- 
teadent's Office, at the Commercial avenue entrance to the Cemetery. 

A YORSTON, Superintendent 

Directors- -Henry Arbogast, James M. Parsons, Lewis Kahler, 
George A. Clinton, A. Yorston, John H. Knhlthan, C. W. Kuhlthan. 

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EMMERT HOWARD H. sec. Kilbourn Knitting Machine Co. 63 
Church 

Emmett Hall, 429 George 

— Harold J. clerk, h 128 New 

— Harry, drug clerk, h 128 New 

— House (John McCaffrey) 427 George 

EMPIRE FOUNDRY CO. Sandford nr Jersey ave. W. E. Leary, 

jr. sec and treas. See adv p viii 
EMPIRE STORAGE CO. Sandford nr Jersey ave. Charles T. 

Wales, mgr. See adv p xxiv 
EMPIRE TRUCKING CO. (Charles T. Wales) Sandford nr 

Jersey ave. See adv p xxiv 
Engineering Building Rutgers College. Bleecker pi 
English David C. physician, 363 George, h 121 Paterson 

— George W. blacksmith, h 174 Albany 

— Grenfell H. B. supervisor, h 121 Paterson 
Ennis Edward, laborer, h 104 Hamilton 

Enoch Edwin, treas. Prospect Boiler Co. h 185 Codwise ave 

— Harry, sec. Prospect Boiler Co. h 315 Sandford 
Ent Charles P. emp J- & T- h 192 New 

ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY CO. Ltd. River rd nr Raritan ave. 

H. P. See side lines 
Enyard Ella, dressmaker, h 117 Bayard 
Erath Bros. (John W. and George H.) grocers, 228 George 

— Frank, clerk, h 88 Hassart 

— Erath George H. (Erath Bros.) h 228 George 

— John W. (Erath Bros.) h 232 George 

— Mary, widow Frank, h 17 Neilson 

— Theresa M. stenographer, h 17 Neilson 
Erb Bernhardt, emp Swift & Co. h 19 Neilson 

— Bernhardt jr. plumber, h 19 Neilson 

— Frank R. bookmaker, h 19 Neilson 

— George, tiremaker, h 19 Neilson 
Erhart Frank, tailor, h 8 New 

Erickson Augusta S. stenographer, h 89 Church 

— John, sec. Kilbourn Mfg. Co. h 193 George 

— Sabina, widow Charles, h 89 Church 

— Selma C. school teacher, h 89 Church » 
Erlich Samuel, dry goods, 172 Burnet, h do 

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Erling Charles, grocer, 218 French, h do 

— Charles jr. h 218 French 

— JuHus, huckster, h 224 French 

Esfer LeRoy, student, h 105 Washington 

— WilHani D. bookkeeper, h 105 Washington 

Esposito Louis, cigars and bootblack, 374 George, h 254 Burnet 

Terese, lodgings, 254 Burnet, h do 

Essig Frederick H. plumber, 67 Stone, h do 

Evangelical Lutheran Church, 5 Kirkpatrick 

Evans Mary, domestic, h 21 Liberty 

EVERGREEN CEMETERY, 381 George and Georges rd and 

Commercial ave. B. Stevenson, supt. See adv below 
Everson Archie R. h 376 George 

— Blanche H. h 376 George 

— William H. sales mgr. h 2)7^ George 

Evergreen Cemetery 

Situate in front of the best lots in 
Elmwood Cemetery, on high, dry 
ground, offers the best accommoda- 
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Avenue, and Three on the Cranbury Turnpike 



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FOR PRICES AND CONDITIONS 
Call at the Office between 9 a. m. and 4 p. nn., 

No. 381 GEORGE ST., ROOM 5. 

B. STEVENSON, Insurance and Real Estate 

Agency, 381 George Street. 

Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
Enamels, and Varnishes, at the Lowest Prices, 

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'Phone 549. 



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— Isaac I. boatman, h 37 Remsen ave 

— Mary, stenographer, h 37 Remsen ave 

— William I. clerk, h 37 Remsen ave 
Eymann Daniel C. carpenter, h 45 Delafield 

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Faber Frederick, h 198 Hamilton 
Fabian George, emp J. & J. h 11 Prospect 
Fagan Frank L. plumber, h 247 Hale 

— James, h 22 Commercial ave 

— James F. jr. steamboat master, h 12 John 

— John J. engineer, h 247 Hale 

— Joseph A. h 247 Hale 

— 'Margaret E. domestic, 69 Paterson 

Fair (The) dry goods, 92 Church. Samuel Fecotzky, prop. 

Fallett Jessie, widow, h 103 Easton ave 

Fanning Thomas J. oculist, 349 George, h H. P. 

Farace Giuseppe, baker, 179 Remsen ave. h do 

Paris Nesar, dry goods, 119 Remsen ave. h do 

Farley Arthur J. gardener, h College Farm 

— Catharine, h 251 Handy 

— Christopher J. h loi Commercial ave 

— Cornelius, bookkeeper, h 19 John 

— Cornelius R. (P. J. Farley & Sons) h 82 Burnet 

— Edward, h 251 Handy 

— Francis J. laborer, h 1261/2 Albany 

— Frank J. plumber, h 19 John 

— Gervais, machinist, h 82 Burnet 

— Harry F. (P. J. Farley & Sons) h 82 Burnet 

— James, laborer, h 251 Handy 

— John V. (P. J. Farley & Sons) h 82 Burnet 

— Joseph, h loi Commercial ave 

— "Minnie Mrs. h 84 Burnet 

— Nellie, h 251 Handy 

— Patrick J. (P. J. Farley & Sons) h 82 Burnet 

— P. J. & Sons (Harry F. Patrick J. Cornelius R. and John 

V.) blacksmiths, 76 Burnet 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
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Farley Thomas, contractor, h loi Commercial ave 

— William, cigars, h 19 John 

— William, contractor, h loi Commercial ave 

— William, grinder, h 82 Burnet 

Farmers' Fire Ins. Co. of York, Pa. 417 George 
Farnham S. W. machinist, h City Hotel 
Farnum Adolphus, clerk, h 25 Albany 
Farrell Benjamin, h 145 Townsend 

— John J. moulder, h 75 Albany 

FARRELL SAMUEL G. (Middlesex Supply Co.) h Raritan ave. 
H. P. 

— William J. clerk, h 210 Townsend 
Farren Bridget, widow John, h 203 Hamilton 

— Edward J. clerk, h 86>^ Bayard 

— George A. pipefitter, h 203 Hamilton 

— Harry F. telegrapher, h 203 Hamilton 

— Margaret E. emp J. & J. h 203 Hamilton 

— Mary E. dressmaker, h 203 Hamilton 
Farrington Edward F. h 120 Burnet 

— Mary, h 120 Burnet 

— Patrick, saloon, 120 Burnet, h do 
Fate Elizabeth, student, h 165 Neilson 

— Jesse, restaurant, 18 Hiram, h do 

— John H. restaurant, 168 Neilson, h 165 do 

— Peter J. h 115 Neilson 

Faulkner Priscilla, widow William, h 18 Paterson 
Fauntleroy Abbie, widow Thomas, h 136 Baldwin 
Fauroat Ernest G. lineman, h 28 Abeel 

— Everett L. clerk, h 250 Easton ave 

— James R. salesman, h 250 Easton ave 

— Raymond, h 250 Easton ave 

— R. Ellen, h 250 Easton ave 

Faurote William, emp needle factory, h 35 Peace 
Fay Michael M. emp Swift & Co. h 31 Louis 
Fazackley James A. machinist, h 21 Bartlett 
Fazekas Charles, bottler, 249 Neilson, h do 
Feaster Agnes, h 134 Jones ave 

— Charles H. emp U. S. Ex. Co. h 58 Remsen ave 

— Frank, plumber, h 134 Jones ave 



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Feaster Hilda, h 134 Jones ave 

— Hilda C. emp J. & J. h 58 Remsen ave 

— Hulda, widow George, h 58 Remsen ave 

— John, h 167 Throop ave 

— John J. electrician, h 134 Jones ave 

— Joseph, h 138 D'elevan 

— Joseph J. grocer, 165 Throop ave. h 197 do 
- — ^ Minnie, h 160 Throop ave 

— WilHam G. bartender, h 29 Jersey ave 
Federationist (The) newspaper, 289 Burnet 

Federico Gmseppo, shoemaker, 163 George, h 114 Redmond 

Feeney Michael, laborer, h 302 Townsend 

Feher Joseph, laborer, h 185 Hamilton 

Fehl John, laborer, h 212 Hale 

FEIBER, SHEA & COTTTANT (Bijou Circuit Co.) 337 George. 

Feidler Bruno, machinist, h 251 French 

Feiler Charles A. baker, h 214 Burnet 

— Othilda A. h 214 Burnet 

— William, baker, 214 Burnet, h do 
Fekete Gabriel, restaurant, 99 French, h do 
Feldman Eugene, peddler, h 118 Somerset 
FELL ISAAC saloon, 125 Albany, h do 

Feller Harry D. school teacher, h 15 Richmond 

— John, cigarmaker, h 7 Morris 

— Joseph, produce, 27 Schureman, h do 

— Max, peddler, h 15 Richmond 

— Meyer, butter, 142 Burnet, h do 

— Minnie, widow John, h 23 Courtlandt 

— ATinnie, saleswoman, h 15 Richmond 

— William, foreman, h 74 Delafield 

— William, pipefitter, h 204 Neilson 
Felman Joseph, insurance agt. h 24 Jersey ave 
Felter Daniel, emp shoe shop, h 212 Townsend 

— Mabel L. teacher, h 212 Townsend 

— Saidee H. teacher, h 212 Townsend 

— Susie B. teacher, h 212 Townsend 

Felton Bridget C. widow Edwin, h 156 Easton ave 

— Charles H. laborer, h 5 Spring 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ^ Taimadge St. 



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Carting, Grading, Excavating 
Building Moving. Telephone 



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Felton Emma E. h 156 Easton ave 

— Frederick H. watchman, h 368 George 

— Harry, h 350 George 

— Henrietta S. dressmaker, 156 Easton ave. h do 

— John W. emp J. & J. h 109 French 

— Nettie M. bookkeeper, h 74 Commercial ave 

— WilHam F. building inspector, h 75 Paterson 

FENN GERVASIUS, pres. New Brunswick Brewing Co. h Phil- 
adelphia 

— Sebastian, hostler, h Brewery, H. P. 
Fenton Robert, machinist, h 26 Welton 
Ferber, Shea & Coutant, 337 George 
Ferenczne Arvai, waitress, 338 George 
Ferguson Abbie, h 264 Redmond 

— Andrew, h 20 Schureman 

— Charles, h 20 Schureman 

— Edward, h 198 Talmadge 

— Edward, huckster, h 269 Neilson 

— Elizabeth, h 229 Neilson 

— Elizabeth, h 21 Washington 

— Ellsworth H. driver, h 10 French 

— George W. barber, 187 Burnet, h no Townsend 

— Hattie, h 159 French 

— James H. (Ferguson & Fine) h 16 Easton ave 

— James H. jr. roofer, h 195 Neilson 

— John, collector, h 264 Redmond 

— John, emp needle factory, h 198 Talmadge 

— Julia Mrs. h 24 John 

— Lewis, emp needle factory, h 209 Seaman 

— Philip T. huckster, h 21 Washington 

— William, h 198 Talmadge 

— William, bricklayer, h 427 George 
— ^ William, conductor, h 215 Hale 

— William, laborer, h 20 Schureman 

— & Fine (James H. Ferguson and James H. Fine) props 

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Fern Charles T. shoemaker, h 42 Guilden 

— Edward G. knitter, h 215 Seaman 

— Sarah M. widow Thomas, h 350 Delevan 






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Fernandino Mike, bootblack, 356 George, h 34 Throop ave 
terra Carmello, h 136 Remsen ave 
Ferrara Carmine, laborer, h 136 Remsen ave 

— James, laborer, h 136 Remsen ave 
Ferren Ella C. h 61 Commercial ave 

— James J. shoepacker, h 61 Commercial ave 

— John, h 35 Throop ave 

— John F. engineer, h 61 Commercial ave 

— John F. jr. deckhand, h 61 Commercial ave 

— Julia M. emp J. & J. h 61 Commercial ave 

— Patrick, h 48 Burnet 

Ferry Daniel J. chief engineer, h 84 Carroll pi 

— David A. laborer, h 379 Delevan 

— Ella, widow Augustus, h 9 Prospect 

— John, emp J. & J. h 194 George 

— William H. boilermaker, h 379 Delevan 
Fertig Aaron, salesman, h 8 Morris 

— Abraham H. paper, h 35 Hiram 

— Benjamin, grocer, 138 Burnet, h do 

— Joseph, paper, 282 Burnet, h 280 do 

— Meyer, com. merchant, 349 George, h 8 Morris 

— Moses (New Jersey Supply Co.) h 8 Morris 

Fick Margaret V. widow Peter W. h 116 Livingston ave 
Fickes Andrew, bookkeeper, h 437 George 
Field Cynthia D. h 53 Schureman 

— Jacob, paper boxmaker, h 20>4 Morrell 

— Jane R. h 53 Schureman 

— Jasper, paperhanger, h 9 Liberty 

— Rose C. telephone operator, h 20^ Morrell 
Figloulo Nicholas, junk, 193 Delevan, h do 
Filarius John, rubber worker, h 34 Richmond 
Filer Charles, baker, h 148 Burnet 

Fillipo Michael, laborer, h 138 Remsen ave 
Fiman Louis, shoemaker, 326 Burnet, h 202 do 
Fine James H. (Ferguson & Fine) h 16 Easton ave 
Fine Joseph, laborer, h 379 Delevan 

FINEMAN BERNARD S. (United Paint and Wall Paper Co.) 
h 24 Paterson 



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price ever built out of shoe ^leather 

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Fink Conrad, h 93 Lee ave 

— Conrad, tireniaker, h 119 Bayard 

— Frederick, clerk, h 119 Bayard 

— Frederick, clerk P. R. R. h 292 Talmadge 

FINK FREDERICK, plumber, 148 Neilson, h 211 Hale. See 
adv p xxxi 

— Henrietta, h 292 Talmadge 
Finn Frederick T. h 36 Codwise ave 

— Mary Mrs. h 308 Seaman 

Finnan Annie, widow Patrick, h 254 Hamilton 

— Bridget, widow Owen, h 108 Easton ave 

— James, emp J. & C. h 108 Easton ave 

— Mary, h 108 Easton ave 

— Thomas, plumber, 47 French, h do 

— Thomas F. clerk, h 47 French 
Finnegan Daniel K. painter, h 204 Easton ave 

— Edward, cigars, 204 Easton ave. h do 

— Edward A. special policeman, h 204 Easton ave 

— James N. h 204 Easton ave 

— John Mrs. h 14 Burnet 

— Julia E. h 51 Bartlett 

— Kate, dressmaker, 51 Bartlett, h do 

— Margaret A. widow Bernard, h 4 Easton ave 

— Patrick, h 15 Carman 

— Patrick, laborer, h 27 Dennis 

— William R. clerk, h 4 Easton ave 
Finsel John G. tailor, h 1521^ New 
First Baptist Church, George c Bayard 

— M. E. Church, George c Liberty. Rev. James W. Marshall, 

pastor 

— Presbyterian Church, George c Paterson. Rev. W. W. 

Knox, D.D. pastor 

— Reformed Church, Neilson hd Hiram. Rev. P. Theodore 

Pockman, pastor 
Fischer Catharine, h 212 Easton ave 

— Catharine A. h 186 Easton ave 

— Frank W. bartender, h 24 Railroad ave 

— Jacob P. grocer, 186 Easton ave. h 212 do 

— Joseph, emp J. & J. h 215 Townsend 



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Fischer Marion, h 212 Easton ave 

Fischler Morris, liquors, 3 Hiram, h 25 Kirkpatrick 

Fish Anna Van C. Mrs. h 78 Bayard 

Fisher Aneta, stenographer, h 255 Townsend 

— Bessie M. h 197 Somerset 

— Charles, real estate and insurance, 137 Church, h 197 Som- 

erset 

— Charles E. accountant, h 84 Paterson 

— Cheesman, engineer, h 22 Abeel 

— Elisha L. teacher, h 230 Hamilton 

— Eloise, h 197 Somerset 

— Frank E. jr. bookkeeper Kilbourn Knitting Machine Co. h 

Metuchen 

— Harriet M. h 84 Paterson 

— Fisher H. Augusta, widow Thomas S. h 84 Paterson 

— Joseph Mrs. h 159 Livingston ave 

— Kate R. h 345 George 

— Lawrence J. engineer, h 55 John 

— Lydia A. widow James L. h 216 George 

— Mary E. B. school teacher, h 84 Paterson 
• — William J. emp J. & J. h 414 George 
Fitten James T. bartender, h 41 New • 
Fitzgerald Anna F. h iii Bayard 

— James, laborer, h 188 Handy 

— James, pool, 15 French, h do 

— Mary E. widow Edward, h 1 11 Bayard 

— William J. lawyer, 11 1 Bayard, h do 
Fitzing Charles, bookkeeper, h 104 Somerset 
Fitzpatrick Thomas J. blacksmith, h 134 Burnet 
Flagg Catharine B. dressmaker, 131 Paterson, h do 
■ — Harold E. h 42 Jersey ave 

— Isaac V. D. emp J. & J. h 290 Delevan 

— John A. emp J. & C. h 131 Paterson 

— Mary A. widow John A. h 131 Paterson 

— Noah, janitor, h 78 College ave 

— William, h 42 Jersey ave 

Flanagan Alice A. saleswoman, h 11 James 

— Anna T. h 49 New 

— Bridget, h 338 Handy 

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Daily home News 



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Flanagan Catharine A. h ii James 

— Edwin L. manager, h 49 New 

— Harold D. student, h 49 New 

— James, h 13 Harvey 

— ^ James J. tlagman P. R. R. h 11 James 

— James M. salesman, h 49 New 

— John P. grocer, 49 New, h do 

— John P. jr. bus. N. Y. h 49 New 
— ■ Katherine, domestic, h 345 George 

— Loretta, h 49 New 

— Mary, h 338 Handy 

— Nellie, h 338 Handy 

— William K. lawyer, h 49 New 
Flanders Louis, foreman, h 264 Hamilton 
Flannery Catharine E. dressmaker, h 309 Handy 

— Delia H. widow Daniel, h 309 Handy 

— Mary C. milliner, h 309 Handy 

Flavell Catharine A. widow Walter, h 16 Lee ave 

— Charles A. traveling salesman, h 209 George 

— Charles W. Truckman, h 16 Lee ave 

— Harry N. emp J. & C. h 12 Lee ave 

— Mary J. h 16 Lee ave 

— Thomas, salesman, h 205 New 

— Thomas P. electrician, h 16 Lee ave 

— Trucking Co. 16 Lee ave. 

— Walter B. salesman, h 276 Handy 
Fleet Percy, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 58 Neilson 
Fleig Rudolph, h 56 Burnet 

Fleischman Abraham, produce, 193 Burnet, h do 

— Co. yeast, 203 Livingston ave. Charles P. Lang, sales agt. 

— Abraham, lodgings, 258 Burnet, h do 

Fleming Alfred F. emp Adams Ex. Co. h 306 Seaman 

— Ann, widow Michael, h 306 Seaman 

— Annie, h 106 Easton ave 

— Catharine, teacher, h 306 Seaman 

— Herbert, lunch room, 235 Neilson, h Raritan av. nr River 

rd. H. P. 

— James, carpenter, h 239 Baldwin 

— James F. carpenter, h 302 Seaman 

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— Mary C. teacher, h 106 Easton ave 

— Robert, h 106 Easton ave 

— Roger, h 239 Baldwin 

— William, laborer, h 306 Seaman 

— • C'eha, widow William, h 10 Condict 

— Charles, colormixer, h 10 Condict 

— Lottie M. h 10 Condict 

— William, freight inspector, h 10 Condict 
Fletcher James, painter, h 2^ Plum 

— William J. painter, h 23 Plum 
Flomanhaft Maurice, dry goods, 35 Hiram, h do 

— Herman, dry goods, 143 Neilson, h do 
Flomerfelt Leonard N. foreman P. R. R. h 270 Drift 
Florance Julia, widow John, h 43 Mine 

FLORANCE W. EDWIN, pres. N. B. Mutual Fire Ins. Co. coun- 
sellor-at-law and mayor, 393 George, h 187 Livingston ave. 
See professional card p 30 

Flores Joseph, shoemaker, h 128 Church 

Flowers Charles, laborer, h 13 Abeel 

Flynn Ann, widow Michael, h 246 George 

— Charles, drug clerk, h 410 George 

— Charles G. drug clerk, h 56 New 

— Francis T. bricklayer, h 246 George 

— James, machinist, h 63 Bartlett 

— Martin J. salesman, h 246 George 
Flynt James W. draftsman, h 247 George 

— Walter S. linotyper, h 160 George 
Foley Alvin J. clerk, h 25 Easton ave 

— Daniel, wallpaper printer, h 25 Easton ave 

— Dennis, h 79 Morrell 

— Edward D. grocer, 30 Jersey ave. h 35 do 

— John, laborer, h 64 Burnet 

— Madeline C. bookkeeper, h 25 Easton ave 

— Margaret J. h 79 Morrell 

— Mary F. nurse, 79 Morrell, h do 

— Timothy, h 35 Division 

— William B. chemist, h 210 George 
Folger Harry P. salesman, h 263 Townsend 



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OFFICE, 181 BURNFT STREET 

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Folger Louis G. engineer, h 263 Townsend 

— Thomas P. diemaker, h 263 Townsend 
Follctte Jessie, emp J. & J. h 103 Easton ave 
Forack Frances, widow, h 78 Neilson 

Ford John, h 141 Guilden 
Foreman James H. h 49 French 

— Jones A. horseshoer, 19 Brown, h 49 French 

— WilHam R. carpenter, h 49 French 
Forkas Samuel U. laborer, h 38 Somerset 
Forman Charles, emp J. & C. h 52 Oliver 

— George E. salesman, h 82 French 

— John J. carpenter, h 130 Church 

— Madeline E. Mrs. h 55 Handy 

— Peter, h 21 John 

Forroat John, emp P. R. R. h 71 College ave 

— Walter, driver, h 1 1 John 

Forrott Josephine, emp cigar factory, h 104 Welton 
Forte Hubert, sashmaker, h 50 John 
Fortz George T. conductor, h 54 Carman 
Foster Annie R. h 138 Seaman 

— Florence, h 124 New 

— Francis, laborer, h 138 Seaman 

— Mary A. h 138 Seaman 

Foulke Nicholas, tireworker, h 218 Burnet 

FOTJRATT CHARLES A. (Macom's Hotel) Burnet c Richmond 

— Harry, boxmaker, h 127 Burnet 

— Isaac, emp J, & J. h 157 Church 

— James A. boat captain, h 127 Burnet 

— Robert, clerk, h 278 Handy 

— William B. ship caulker, h 168 Burnet 

— William S. tiremaker, h 351 Seaman 

Fowler Herbert D. solicitor Pub. Ser. Corp. h 305 Townsend 

— James S. mgr. Western Union Tel. Co. h 212 George 

— Wilson S. clerk, h 212 George 
Fox Catharine, h 149 Suydam 

— Edward J. machine printer, h 28 Wyckoff 

— Elizabeth, h 162 Somerset 

— Elizabeth, widow Michael, h 149 Suydam 

— Isabel I. h 158 Livingston ave 



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Fox James E. emp Jersey City, h 149 Suydam 

— John H. h 214 Baldwin 

— Julia G. 1128 Wyckoff 

— Katherine C. h 158 Livingston ave 

— Lila J. bookkeeper, h 149 Suydam 
— 'Lucy A. V. h 158 Livingston ave 

— Margaret V. dressmaker, 64 Stone, h do 

— Maria, widow Patrick, h 135 Townsend 

— Mary A. manicure, 162 Somerset, h do 

— Patrick, engineer, h 64 Stone 

— William H. engineer, h 214 Baldwin 
Foyle Anna B. h 114 Hamilton 

— Catharine A. h 114 Hamilton 

— Mary F. h 114 Hamilton 
Fralick Charles, carder, h 16 French 
Frame William C. foreman J. & J. h 52 High 
Francis Annie, cigarmaker, h 232 Easton ave 

— Charles A. machinist, h 210 Easton ave 

— Elizabeth, widow Charles, h 232 Easton ave 

— Frank, machinist, h 184 Easton ave 

— George, machinist, h 184 Easton ave 

— Harry J. machinist, h 76 Jersey ave 

— Mary, widow John, h 214 Easton ave 

— May, h 232 Easton ave 

Frank Adam, carpenter, h 97 Richardson 

— George, laborer, h 75 Burnet 

— Loretta H. saleswoman, h 40^^ Richmond 

— Sophia M. widow William, h 40>4 Richmond 

— Susan, domestic, 121 Livingston ave 
Frankel Michael, dry goods, 11 Hiram, h do 
Frankenberg Frank B. real estate, 186 Seaman, h do 
Franklin Julia, h 156 Easton ave 

— Robert, laborer, h 26 French 
Frazee Elizabeth, h 142 Remsen ave 

— Howard N. grave digger, h 142 Remsen ave 
Freck Nicholas, h 138 Neilson 

FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, 60 Livingston ave. Miss Cornelia 

A. See, librarian 
Freece Charles, emp Hos. Co. h 25 John 

The GOOd^y^ Aixna HeW, Large Size 

5G. Cigars^ J-^^^le continental, Small Size 

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Freece Joseph, boxmaker, h 25 John 

— Margaret, widow George, h 25 John 

— Mary E. h 25 John 

Freed Margaret J. widow Wilham, h 108 Neilson 
Freedman Joseph H. produce, 129 Burnet, h 131 do 
Freeman Cyrus A. messenger, h 178 Albany 

— Ethel P. h 350 Delevan 

— Everett L. conductor P. R. R. h 309 Townsend 

— Frank, bottler, h 136 Throop ave 

— George C. engineer, h 350 Delevan 

— James P. engineer P. R. R. h 307 Townsend 

— Madison, laborer, h 189 Handy 

— Max, carpenter, h 76 Neilson 
Freidel Manassa, h 11 Hiram 

Freis Henry, emp Hos. Co. h 42 Hiram 
Frezbelau Hyman, conductor, h 15 New 
Fried Fabian, h 142 Paterson 
Friedberg Joseph, huckster, h 4 Morris 
Friedman Harry, clerk, h 244 Burnet 

— Jacob, grocer. 244 Burnet, h do 

FKIEDMAN HARRY, electrical and gas supplies, 16 Peace, h 
108 Paterson. See adv Business Directory 

— Isaac, shoemaker, 173 Burnet, h 280 do 

— Joseph S. grocer, 130 Neilson. h 8 Dennis 

— Louis, h 244 Burnet 

FRISCH GEORGE, odorless excavator, 71 Comstock, h do. See 
adv p xix 

— Henry C. driver, h 71 Comstock 

— John G. clerk, h 166 Remsen ave 

— Michael, clerk, h 166 Remsen ave 
Fry Isaac D. foreman, h 202 Somerset 
Fsilway Aloys, tailor, h 30 Easton ave 
Fuchs Armin, dry goods, 83 French, h do 
Fullarton Andrew, gardener, h 15 Mine 
Fulton Edwin, lineman, h 62 Handy 

— George E. civil engineer, h 214 Handy 

— William, awningmaker, 105 Fulton, h 62 Handy 

— William A. emp City, h 26 Abeel 
Funk Garrett, laborer, h t t Neilson 



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Furlong Margaret A. h 228 Somerset 

— Robert, emp Neverslip Co. h 228 Somerset 

— Robert A. salesman, h 228 Somerset 

— Veronica R. h 228 Somerset 

Furman Charles W. emp J. & J. h 151 French 

— George W. carpenter, 140 Townsend, h do 

— William, carpenter, h 50 Oliver 

Fyffe Thomas A. freight agt. P. R. R. Baldwin nr Jersey ave 

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Gabel Thomas, brassworker, h 56 New 
Gabriel Albert N. motorman, h 173 Hamilton 
Galayda Andres, laborer, h 57 French 
Galipo Frank J. clerk, h 8 James 

— Joseph, clerk, h 127 Somerset 
Gallagher Ahce, h 199 Neilson 

— Catharine, widow Thomas, h 41 Huntington 

— Edward P. manager, h 67 Church 

— Elizabeth, h 41 Huntington 

— Ellen, widow James, h 199 Neilson 

— Joseph, gardener, h 199 Neilson 

— Julia C. M. milliner, 69 Church 

— Louise, h 41 Huntington 

— Thomas, waiter, h 199 Neilson 

Gallen Leon (New Brunswick Mattress Co.) h 30 Peace 
Galligan Anna, emp J. & J. h 354 Seaman 

— Michael, laborer, h 314 Handy |i? 

— Richard, packer, h 354 Seaman w 
Galovitz Elizabeth, widow Martin, h 35 French 
Gamble Alfred, h 62 Lee ave 

— Edward W. driver, h 112 Paterson 

— George, emp J. & C. h 62 Lee ave 

— Howard, h 62 Lee ave 

— Jacob, laborer, h Fulton nr Remsen ave 

— William, emp J. & C. h 163 Remsen ave 

— William H. machinist, h 88 Welton 

GAMBOL ROBERT M. grocer, 119 Neilson, h 79 Hassart. See 
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Gamma Sigma House, 46 Union 
Gamo William B. machinist, h 12 Prospect 
Gansler Isaac, tiremaker, h 42 John 
Garany Mary, domestic. 71 Paterson 
Garavitch John, laborer, h 247 French 
Garber Fannie, delicatessen, 56 Hiram, h do 

— William L. h 58 Hiram 

Gardner A. Sage Library, Seminary pi 

— Louise, widow Gilmore, nurse, 146 Codwise ave. h do 

— Sarah A. Mrs. h 199 Burnet 

— Spencer C. D. carrier P. O. h 146 Codwise ave 
Garland Frank R. bookkeeper, h 122 Bayard 

— Frederick F. clerk, h 122 Bayard 

— Grace, stenographer, h 122 Bayard 

— Jenny W. h 122 Bayard 

— Kate C. school teacher, h 122 Bayard 

— Loren B. bookkeeper, h 122 Bayard 

— Mary E. widow Alfred C. h 122 Bayard 

— Minnie O. clerk, h 122 Bayard 

Garling Charles, cigarmaker, h Rutgers nr Livingston ave 

— Louise, widow Frederick, h 157 Church 
Garo Elizabeth, h 146 French 
Garretson Cornelius, carpenter, h 2t, New 

— Eliza, widow Plenry, h 151 French 

— Grace E. emp J. & J. h 23 New 

— Herbert, coachman, 89 Bayard 

— John, electrician, h 160 Easton ave 

— Laura, widow Joseph, h 9 LTnion 

— Margaret F. widow Peter, h 116 Bayard 

— Margaretta L. h 153 Bayard 

— Mary J. h 268 Somerset 

— Mildred C. h 150 Bayard 

— Peter D. brakeman P. R. R. h 153 Bayard 

— Robert D. watchman, h 268 Somerset 

— Sarah E. widow Dumont, h 268 Somerset 
Garrigan Catharine F. clerk, h 7 Stone 

— Edward T. boatman, h 207 Codwise ave 

— James, porter, h 174 Easton ave 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 91 Richardson 

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Garrigan Martin F. engineer, h 209 Codwise ave 

— Mary E. widow Thomas, h 53 Hiram 

— Mary F. clerk, h 7 Stone 

— Michael H. emp P. R. R. h 7 Stone 
Garrity Etta F. h 31 Albany 

— Frank, plumber, h 31 Albany 

— May, h 31 Albany 

— Thomas, plumber, h 31 Albany 

— William, plumber, h 31 Albany 

— Winifred, boarding, 31 Albany, h do 
Garry Catharine, widow John, h 385 Sandford 

— John H. gardener, h 385 Sandford 

— John H. jr. conductor, h 385 Sandford 

— Mary, h 391 Sandford 

— Michael M. bridge builder, h 391 Sandford 

— Peter F. clerk P. R. R. h 281 Townsend 

— William J. driver, h 385 Sandford 
Garside Walter, chauffeur, h 270 Suydam 
Gash Eva, widow Robert, h 286 Comstock 

— Jacob L. h 278 Comstock 

Gasley Catharine, widow James, h 52 Morrell 
Gaston George, laborer, h 89 French 
Gaub Alma, h 134 Easton ave 

— Elsie, h 134 Easton ave 

— John, chemist, h 134 Easton ave 

— "William, butcher, 136 Easton ave. h do 
Gavin Henry, laborer, h 137 Neilson 

— Mary, h 137 Neilson 

— Mary, widow Matthew, h 137 Neilson 

— Thomas J. emp J. & Co. h 192 Seaman 
Gay Bridget, widow Michael, h 41 Bartiett 

— Thomas, machinist, h 41 Bartiett 
Gebhardt Andrew J. carpenter, h 87 Sicard 

GEBHARDT AITTHONY J. grocer, c Raritan and First avs. H. 
P. h do. See adv p xviii 

— Frederick, manager, h 115 Albany 

— Mazie F. clerk, h 87 Sicard 
Gedney Charles M. h 23 Morris 

— Isabel H. widow Frank, h 23 Morris 

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Gedney Jennie B. h 140 Albany 

Geer George W. plumber, h 117 Remsen ave 

— William H. shoemaker, h 95 Seaman 
Geipel Adam, shoemaker, 50 New, h 48 do 

— Adam O. pipefitter, h 316 George 

— George, machinist, h 207 Townsend 

— Harrv C. machinist, h 52 New 

— Valenfme. machinist, h 48 New 

— William G. machinist, h 48 John 

Geitner Eleanor, music teacher. 43 Albany, h do 

GEITNER OTTO, dealer in pianos and organs and tuner, 41 

Albany, h do. See adv p xvi 
Gensler Charles, emp J. & J. h 34 Remsen ave 

— Harry C. sec. and treas. Middlesex Press, h 27 Harvey 

— Margaret, widow George, h 116 Paterson 
Geoghegan Hugh, h 84 Jersey ave 

— Hugh J. carpenter, h 342 Sandford 

— ■ Robert, printer J. & Co. h 84 Jersey ave 
George Anthony, laborer, h 9 Railroad ave 

— John, laborer, h 9 Railroad ave 

— Street Realty Co. N. B. 363 George; George B. Rule, pres. ; 

John H. Potter, vice pres. ; J. Arthur BHsh, sec. ; George 
K. Parsell, treas. 

— Victor, plumber, h 65 College ave 

Geraghty Lawrence J. appraiser N. B. Loan Co. h 46 Paterson 

Gergovetz Frank, h 29 Easton ave 

Gerhard George P. watchman, h 117 Easton ave 

German Union Fire Ins. Co. of Baltimore, 417 George 

Gerrity Christopher, h 47 Stone 

— Ellen, h 47 Stone 

— James, collector, h 148 Somerset 

— James H. driver, h 47 Stone 

— John E. teainster, h 47 Stone 

— Patrick, emp P. R. R. h 41 Stone 

— Thomas H. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 47 Stone 
Gerufsky Samuel N. h 213 Neilson 
Gethins Margaret, widow John, h 136 George 
Gibbons Clara A. h 23 Hardenbergh 

— Edward, laborer, h 47 Jersey ave 

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— John A. adv. agt. h 23 Hardenbergh 

— John J. baggagemaster, h 40 Division 

— John W. elevator conductor, h 23 Hardenbergh 

— Mary B. C. h 40 Division 

— Maurice, h loi Richardson 

Gibeson Bros. (Harry and William) pianos, 361 George 

— Ella, h 228 Neilson 

— Grace M. bookkeeper, h 228 Neilson 

— Harry (Gibeson Bros.) h 228 Neilson 
— ■ Jennie A. widow Jesse, h 228 Neilson 

— Mary L. h 228 Neilson 

— William (Gibeson Bros.) h 228 Neilson 
Giblin John A. insurance agt. h 33 Prosper 
Gibson Grace M. h 282 George 

— Harrie M. agt. Prud. Ins. Co. h 172 Commercial ave 

— James, h 31 Huntington 

— John, clerk, h 282 George 

— John, supt. Prud. Ins. Co. h 172 Commercial ave 

— Maggie J. clerk Prud. Ins. Co. h 172 Commercial ave 
Gilbert George, driver, h 222 George 

Gilcoyne Belinda, h Nichol ave c Redmond 

Gildea Mary A. domestic, 344 George 

Giles Charles M. paperhanger, 86 Hassart, h do 

— Isaac, milk, 28 Railroad ave. h do 
Gilhooly James A. moulder, h 209 Codwise ave 
Gill John, clerk, h 167 Albany 

Gillam John W. umbrella repairer, 50 Albany, h do 

— Julia, h 255 Townsend 

Gillespie John H. (Rev.) prof. Theol. Sem. h Seminary pi 

— Mary, student, h Seminary pi 

Gillian George E. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 1 1 Carman 

Gilliand Jennie, h 294 George 

Gillick May I. h 67 New 

GILLICK WILLIAM F. vice pres. Lake Chemical Co. h 67 New 

Gilligan Annie, dressmaker, h 44 Sicard 

— Eugene, h 44 Sicard 

— James J. h 44 Sicard 

— Mame. boxmaker, h 44 Sicard 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Gilliland Annie, h 12 Scott 

— ^ Christopher J. emp Ives Needle Co. h 158 New 

— Clarence, h 216 Seaman 

— James, saloon, 253 French 

— Mary J. h 12 Scott 

— Robert, salesman, h 38 Powers 
Gillings David F. h 188 Redmond 

— George L. clerk, h i John 

— George L. emp J. & Co. h 190 Redmond 

— John J. emp Neverslip Co. h 188 Redmond 

— Margaret, emp Neverslip Co. h 190 Redmond 
Gillis James D. carpenter, h 280 Burnet 
Gillmore, Gregory R. h yy Livingston ave 

— Nereida, h yy Livingston ave 

Gillooly Elizabeth, widow Martin, h 94 Somerset 

Gilly 'Julius C. bartender, h 39 Hiram 

Gilman Julia, stenographer, h 255 Townsend 

Gimo Frank, laborer, li 30 Central ave 

Gingrich John H. carpenter, h 147 Somerset 

Gladden James R. clerk, h 109 Codwise ave 

Glass Reuben E. asst. treas. Michelin Tire Co. h 94 Church 

Glaze George, carpenter, h 56 New 

Glazer Hyman, cattle dealer, 29 Schureman, h do 

Gleason Bridget, widow Michael, h 14 Welton 

— Catharine, emp Milltown, h 14 Welton 

— Edward J. agt. Middlesex Trans. Co. h 333 Townsend 

— Elizabeth, h 14 Welton 

— Elizabeth, stenographer, h 305 Redmond 

— John, bricklayer, h 63 Guilden 

— John, policeman, h 226 George 

— Josephine, emp J. & J. h 305 Redmond 

— Margaret, emp Mus. String Co. h 14 Welton 

— Mary M. widow Martin, h 14 Prosper 

— Michael, carpenter, h 90 Louis 

— Thomas, emp Milltown, h 14 Welton 
Glen Rock Woolen Mills, 207 Neilson 
Glennon John, motorman, h 181 Albany 

— Michael P. laborer, h 303 Baldwin 
Glicenstein Jacob, grocer, T,y Peace, h do 



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Glickman Morris, butcher, h 270 Burnet 

— Philip, saloon, 270 Burnet, h do 

Globe (The) ladies' outfitters, 27 Church. Morris S. Barker, 

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GLOBE FTJENITTJRE CO. (Albert Marks) furniture, beds, 

stoves, etc. 203 Neilson 
Glomer John, painter, 15 Robinson, h do 
Glynn Annie, cook, 90 Bayard 

— Francis P. signalman, h 289 Baldwin 
— ^ Michael, gasmaker, h 159 Hamilton 

— Thomas, laborer, h 289 Baldwin 

— William P. emp J. & C. h 289 Baldwin 
Godwin Clarence H. h 312 Suydam 

— Julia, widow William, h 312 Suydam 

— William S. h 312 Suydam 
Gola John, laborer, h 23 Somerset 

Gold Alexander A. plumber, h 30 Hardenburgh 

— Mary, widow Robert, h 66 Morrell 

— Robert F. teamster, h 26 Lee ave 

Goldberg Aaron, ladies' tailoring, 25 Peace, h 23 do 
Golden Bergen V. foreman, h 29 Bayard 

— Bergen V. jr. mason, h 29 Bayard 

— Daniel E. electrician, h 29 Bayard 

— Elizabeth, h 56 Throop ave 

— Frank, livery, 98 Welton, h' do 
Goldenberg Harry, tailor, h 282 Burnet 

— Max (Star Tea Co.) h 14 Jersey ave 
Goldfarb Benjamin, tailor, h 13 Commercial ave 
Goldman Max, shoemaker, 97 Albany, h 206 Neilson 
Gonch Augusta, widow Frank, h 52 Commercial ave 

— Baggage Express office, 52 Commercial ave 

— Edward P. student, h 52 Commercial ave 

— Martha M. cigarmaker, h 52 Commercial ave 

Gonch William C. mgr. Gonch's Baggage Express, b 52 Com- 
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Good Ida B. widow Harry, h 20 Prospect 

— Ida J. h 20 Prospect 

Goodchild Arthur, ins. agt. h 15 Neilson 

— Marv E. school teacher, his Neilson 



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Goodheart Austin J. stockkeeper, h 134 Hale 

— Charles W. rubber worker, h 6 Morris 

— Jacob J. cutter, h 134 Hale 

Goodhue Lydia M. teacher Children's Industrial Home 
Goodwin Elizabeth F. stenographer, h 22 Railroad ave 
— ^ Everett L. stenographer, h 210 New 

— Gertrude, widow Everett L. h 22 Railroad ave 

— William, foreman, h 268 Seaman 
Gordan Catharine C. h 295 Suydam 

— David, machinist, h 31 Albany 

— John, painter, 33 Duke, h do 

— John F. painter, h 33 Duke 

Gordon Abraham, huckster, h 145 Burnet 

— David, huckster, h 145 Burnet 

— Edward D. planer, h 53 Neilson 

— ■ Eleanor, widow William H. h 88 Paterson 

— Eva, emp Hos. Co. h 145 Burnet 

— Frank, produce, 145 Burnet, h do 

— Harry N. Huckster, h 145 Burnet 

— Henry, asst. street commissioner, h 152 Seaman 

— Ida, emp J. & J. h 145 Burnet 

— John, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 314 Seaman 
— ■ Lillian Ethel, bookkeeper, h 53 Neilson 

— Margaret A. emp Mus. String Co. h 152 Seaman 

— Rose, h 314 Seaman 

— Cassie, emp J. & J. h 152 Seaman 

— Rose, h 314 Seaman 

— Sarah E. h 152 Seaman 

— William A. milk, 222 George, h do 
Gosesky Gustav, clerk, h 91 French 

— Mary, dressmaker, 91 French, h do 
Gorman Catharine, emp J. & J. h 14 French 

— Elizabeth, emp Mus. String Co. h 122 Remsen ave 

— Emma, widow Michael, h 32 Mine 

— Henry, ironworker, h 122 Remsen ave 

— James, driver, h 20 Welton 

— John J. machinist, h 340 Townsend 

— Mary F. emp J. & Co. h 14 French 

— Rose A. emp J. & J. h 14 French 






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Gormley Mary, widow Michael, h 82 Jersey ave 
Gorober Nicholas, emp rubber shop, h 138 Neilson 
Gorsline Ralph V. M. bookkeeper, h 116 Livingston ave 
Gorta Max, mgr. Imperial Tea Co. h 253 George 
Gosland John, h 70 Delaiield 
Gosner Theodore, h 169 Seaman 
Gough James F. Rev. h 94 Somerset 
Gould Florence, emp J. & J. h 48 Oliver 

— George E. driver, h 38 Oliver 

— Henry B. laborer, h 48 Oliver 

— John J. fireman, h 48 Oliver 

— Lillian, emp J. & J. h 48 Oliver 

— Raymond L. emp needle factory, h 48 Oliver 
Gourley George, emp Milltown, h iii Handy 

— George W. emp rubber shop, h 151 Seaman 

— James, laborer, h 59 Burnet 

— Jane E. h 151 Seaman 

— John H. grocer, 142 Albany, h 260 Townsend 

— John R. h 151 Seaman 

— Mary, h 18 Bayard 

— Robert, emp rubber shop, h 151 Seaman 

— Robert, painter, h 48 John 

— Robert, rubber worker, h 205 New 
Gowen Edward, h 140 French 

— Elizabeth, widow Henry, cigarmaker, h 16 Peace 

— Frederick, adv. mgr. Daily Home News, h 125 Neilson 

— George H. electrical engineer, h 144 Paterson 

— Harriet E. stenographer, h 144 Paterson 

— Henry, h 140 French 

— John V. V. emp J. & Co. h 144 Paterson 

— John V. V. jr. clerk, h 144 Paterson 

— Margaret, h 144 Paterson 

— Margaret, widow Henry H. h 144 Patersor\ 

— Gowen Samuel C. clerk, h 9 High 

— Samuel L. driver, h 16 Peace 

— Willis R. emp needle factory, h 102 Burnet 
Grabenstein Franz, boxmaker, h 60 Burnet 
Grace Carrie, widow Frank, h 52 Hassart 
Grady Ellen M. h 194 George 



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Grady Francis, electrician, h 194 George 

— James A. h 52 Remsen ave 

— Thomas F. letter carrier, h 194 George 

— William F. paver, h 51 Ray 
Graff Max, h 243 Powers 

— William, laborer, h 320 George 
Graham Alexander A. h 214 Hale 

GRAHAM JOSEPH (Graham & McCormick) h 204 Townsend 
GRAHAM & Mccormick (Joseph Graham and Edward V. 

McCormick) caterers, etc. 74-76 Church. See adv top lines 
Grahan Robert F. emp needle factory, h 59 Codwise ave 
Grand Armv Hall (Post No. 67) 91 Morris 
GRAND CENTRAL STABLES, 68-70 Albany. Will J. MeDede, 

prop. 
GRAND UNION TEA CO. 25 Church. Edward Schug, mgr. 
Granser Stephen, saloon, 106 Somerset 
Grant Harry A. steward, h 12 Hartwell 

— John, foreman, h 12 Hartwell 

Graulick William, emp rubber shop, h 282 Comstock 
Gravatt Elizabeth, h 10 Prospect 

— Frank, driver, h 33 Welton 

— Josephine, widow Benjamin, h 10 Prospect 

— Walter R. bookkeeper, h 10 Prospect 
Graver William, mason, h 48 Baldwin 
Gravino Jeremiah, shoemaker, 149 Neilson, h do 
Gray Aaron L. h 293 Seaman 

— Alice O. h 32 Jersey ave 

— Annie, widow James, h 156 Easton ave 

— Catharine, h 18 Morrell 

— Charles D. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 293 Seaman 

— Eliza J. widow Douglass, h 55 Bartlett 

— Elizabeth, boxmaker, h 55 Bartlett 

— George, laborer, h 293 Seaman 

— Harry, painter, 198 George, h do 

— Henry, produce, h 256 Sandford 

— Jacob, packer, h 307 Suydam 

— James B. barber, 26 French, h 175 Albany 

— Jennie, emp J. & J. h 55 Bartlett 

— Jeremiah, emp Hos. Co. h 102 Remsen ave 



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Gray John, emp rubber shop, h 102 Remsen ave 

— John B. foreman, h 191 George 

— John H. mason, h 32 Jersey ave 

— Kate A. dressmaker, 307 Suydam, h do 

— Margaret Mrs. boarding, 307 Suydam, h do 

— Mathilda, domestic, h 181 Neilson 

— Minnie L. emp rubber shop, h 102 Remsen ave 

— Peter, emp rubber shop, h 102 Remsen ave 

— WilUam, painter, h 55 Bartlett 

— WilHam D. engineer, h 32 Jersey ave 
Graehs Austin, emp P. R. R. h 84 Ray 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 56 Sicard 

— John T. emp P. R. R. h 86 Ray 

GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO. 366 George. 

Robert J. Smith, mgr. See adv back cover 
Green Annie, widow Patrick, h 178 Hamilton 

— Charles, rubber worker, h 4 Hiram 

— Evelyn M. h 12 Bartlett 

— Frances, h 349 Seaman 

— Hugh, emp P. R. R. h 46 Easton ave 

— John H. h 4 Union 

— Margaret, h 24 Lte ave 

— Meyer, butcher, h 167 Burnet 

— Nelhe, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 46 Easton ave 

— Patrick, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 46 Easton ave 

— Patrick foreman, h 349 Seaman 

— Prince A waiter, h 173 Redmond 

— William, organist, h 275 Delevan 
Greenberfi: Morris, dry goods, 36 Hiram, h do 
Greene John, h 35 John 

— William H. carpenter, h 17 Bayard 
Greene wald Charles, saloon, 124 Albany, h do 

— Dora, widow Leonard, h 9 Hartwell 

— Louise, h 9 Hartwell 

— John, h 4 LTnion 

Greenwood Etta R. stenographer, h 176 New 

— Eveline, h 176 New 

— Helen E. stenographer, h 176 New 

— Walter H. h 176 New 

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Greenwood William H. machinist, h 176 New 

Greger Anna, widow John, h Charles nr Livingston ave 

— Frederick H. h Charles nr Livingston ave 

— Joseph, emp P. R. R. h Charles, nr Livingston ave 

— William W. laborer, h Charles nr Livingston ave 
Gregory Charles, pipefitter, h 209 Neilson 

— Primus, driver, h 145 Baldwin 

— Rose, h 137 Guilden 

— ^ Silas, driver, h 15 Schureman 
Gregson Annie, emp J. & J. h 52 Oliver 
Grennen James E. driver, h 32 James 
Grether Frederick M. clerk, h 61 Schureman 
Grevonus Frank, laborer, h 214 French 
Grey Aaron L. machinist, h 100 Easton ave 

— Aaron L. jr. stove fitter, h 100 Easton ave 
Grier Philip, laborer, h 58 Burnet 

Guise John, machinist, h 121 Somerset 
Griffin Elizabeth, student, h i Stone 

— James L. foreman, h i Stone 

— John, machinist, h 40 Central ave 

— John W. needle maker, h 122 Easton ave 
— 'Lilly, emp Hos. Co. h 21 Neilson 

— Mary, h Livingston ave c Talmadge 

— Mary F. student, h i Stone 
— ^Patrick, h 21 Neilson 

— Rita, clerk, h 21 Neilson 

Griggs Annie A. saleswoman, h 33 Prospect 

— Charles A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 33 Prospect 

— Charles G. painter, h 33 Prospect 

— Edward L. tiremaker, h 22 Codwise ave 

— Elizabeth, h no Seaman 

— Elmina, h 88 Remsen ave 

— ' Eugene E. dentist, 361 George, h do 

— Evelyn W. h no Seaman 

— Garrett H. tinsmith, h 33 Prospect 

— George H. printer, h 33 Prospect 

— Isaac, janitor Nathan Hale School, h no Seaman 
Grimstead Frank P. clerk W. T. McAdams Co. h Metuchen 
Grimwade John, stairbuilder, h 228 Neilson 

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Grobe Caesar, machinist, h 52 New 
Groben Charles J. emp P. S. Co. h 215 Hale 

— Charles J. tinsmith, h 175 Planiilton 

— : Howard J. reporter Daily Home Nezvs, h 203 Townsend 

— John F. (Groben & Moore) h 139 Lee ave 

— John F. jr. stenographer, h 139 Lee ave 

— Marie L. h 203 Townsend 

— Paul, salesman, h 203 Townsend 

— Peter P. confectioner, 203 Townsend, h do 

— William A. secretary, h 172 Baldwin 

— & Moore (John F. Groben and Peter F. Moore) saloon, 

132 Albany 
Grober Wendel, shoemaker, 33 John, h 13 Hassart 
GROCH RUDOLPH S. mgr. R. S. Groch Harness Co. h 27 Albany 
GROCH HARNESS CO. mfrs. harness, saddles and horse collars, 

29 Albany. R. S. Groch, mgr. See adv p xxviii 

— Stephen R. harness maker, h 27 Albany 
Grochowalski Andrew, foreman, h 3 Wirt 
Grodotzke Elmer G. mfg. chemist, 58 Lee ave. h do 
Grofif John, carpenter, h 18 Hassart 

Gross Joseph, tincutter, h 32 Central ave 

— Joseph, upholsterer, 297 George, h do 

— Matthew, musician, h 54 Wyckoff 

— Steve, laborer, h 27 Somerset 
Grossman Jacob, grocer, 204 Burnet, h do 
Gro'sswiler Philip, machinist, h 62 Bartlett 
Groth Alfred B. H. h 46 Remsen ave 

Grover Charles W. constable, 65 Schureman, h do 

— John, emp Neverslip Co. h 122 Easton ave 

— Joseph, inspector, h 140 George 

— Letitia, h 1 1 1 Somerset 

— William, emp C. F. Jar Co h 122 Easton ave 

— William jr. h 122 Easton ave 

Groves Charles A. salesman, h 276 Suydam 

— Clarence R. clerk, h 276 Suydam 

GROVES HARRY B. grocer, 276 Suydam, h 274 do 

— H. Raymond, county collector, h 202 Redmond 
Growley Conrad, tiremaker, h 56 John 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

5»\)ffivSs BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

NEW LRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 231 



Growley George H. tiremaker, h 56 John 

— Margaret, h 56 John 

— Matthias, watchman, h 56 John 
Grubacher Jacob, laborer, h 26 Abeel 
Gruessner Anthony, physician, 63 French, h do 
Gruhn Egidins, machinist, h 17 High 
Grumm Paul, moulder, h 56 Jersey ave 
Grymes Elmer S. h iii Codwise ave 

— Herbert, emp J. & J. h 46 Neilson 

— John W. foreman J. & J. h iii Codwise ave 

— Sophie, widow Abram, h 46 Neilson 
Guaghata Domenico, laborer, h 245 Burnet 
Guercin Victor, painter, h 61 Throop ave 
Gugenheimer Leonard, upholsterer, h 125 Somerset 
Guise Bertha R. cigarmaker, h 180 Hamilton 

— Francic V. soldier, h 180 Hairiilton 

— George W. machinist, h 29 Neilson 

— John J. machinist, h 25 Alexander 

— Mary, widow John, h 180 Hamilton 

— Mary S. cigarmaker, h 180 Hamilton 

— WiUiam, machinist, h 180 Hamilton 
Guiton Annie, emp J. & J. h 185 Seaman 

— Helen, emp J. & J. h 185 Seaman 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 185 Seaman 

— Patrick, laborer, h 185 Seaman 
Gulas Joseph, laborer, h 304 Somerset 
Gulbinsky John, h 186 Seaman 
Gulick Alexander, h 58 Oliver 

— Alexander jr. machinist, h 58 Oliver 

— Armstead A. farmer, h 48 Bishop 

— Carrie A. clerk, h 48 Bishop 

— Clarence, emp N. Y. h 58 Oliver 

— Ellsworth, button sawyer, h 134 George 

— Elmer, letter carrier, h 58 Oliver 
Gund Andrew, driver, h 97 Seaman 

Gunther Alice, emp rubber shop, h 108 Townsend 

— Ellwood, boxmaker, h 108 Townsend 

— Harry, drug clerk, h 108 Townsend 

— Irving J. driver, h 108 Townsend 

Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

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Giinther Kate, widow William, h io8 Townsend 
GUTMANN BENJAMIN, physician, 418 George. Office hours 
—8.30-10 a. m. and 7-8 p. m. Phone 594-R. 

Guyger Jane S. widow Frank, h 2i Church 
Guyton Catharine, widow Michael, h 75 Hassart 
Gyiile Boczks Rev. h 8 Prospect 

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Hass xMbert, shoe cutter, h 29 Richmond 

— Annie, seamstress, h 29 Richmond 
— ^ Lewis P. stonecutter^ h 29 Richmond 

— Margaret, emp blueing factory, h 29 Richmond 
HABEDANK BROS. (Paul and William F.) real estate, 417 

George. See adv below 
HABEDANK PAUL (Habedank Bros.) h R. F. D. No. 1 
HABEDANK WILLIAM F. (Habedank Bros.) h 161 Burnet 
Haberman Conrad, boatman, h 188 Seaman 
Hack^tt Thomas, machinist, h 66 John 

— Veronica, h 11 John 

HADKINS BOTTLING CO. 138 Paterson. John Dobermiller, 

mgr. See adv p xxxii 
Haefner Carl, emp Milltown, h 197 Commercial ave 
Haffner Frank, driver, h 108 Church 

— Frank P. jr. driver, h 108 Church 

— Nettie B. h 108 Church ^ 

HABEDANK BROS. 

Real Estate, Brokers and Country 
Auctioneers 

Always Have Bargains in Country and City Property 

Farmers' Auctions Gi\Aen Prompt Attention 

Telephone 491-L 417 George St., New Brunswick, N.J. 



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BP'^ Huiitisti & wiiit!i6id,r.anr^:ors 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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EAFSTROM GEORGE J. local agt. N. Y. & N. J. Telephone Co. 
h 15 Lincoln ave. H. P 

Hagaman Irene, h 62 Welton 

— John L. salesman, h 84 Church 

— Mary A. widow Jesse F. h 6 Kirkpatrick 

— Sarah, widow John, h 392 Comstock 
Hagar WilHam H. h 265 Hale 

Hagerman Richard R. agt. D. & R. Canal Team Towing Dept. 

bds. 55 Burnet 
Hagerty Agatha V. h 16 Prospect 

— Catharine E. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 16 Prospect 

— Charles J. clerk, h 254 Neilson 

— James J. tiremaker, h 33 Carman 

— John A. clerk, h 144 Bayard 

— Margaret T. h 154 Somerset 

— Mary, *h 270 Neilson 

— Mary A. h 16 Prospect 

— ^Nellie, cigarpacker, h 16 Easton ave 

— Patrick, sec. Second Workingmen's Bldg. and Loan Ass'n, 

h 154 Somerset 

— Rose A. widow James, h 16 Easton ave 

— Thomas B. student, h 16 Prospect 

— Thomas, carpenter P. R. R. h 16 Prospect 

HAGEETY THOMAS H. attorney-at-law, 40 Paterson, h 154 
Somerset. See professional card p 30 

— William T. laborer, h 16 Easton ave 
Hagesmeier Charles P. barber, h 47 Hiram 
Haggard Charles, machinist, h 31 Albany 
Haggarty Sarah, h no Somerset 
Haggerty Annie M. h 47 John 

— John E. grocer, 47 John, h do 

— Mary J. h 47 John * 

Hague Lillian Mrs. h 379 Delevan 
Hahn Arthur C. conductor, h 103 Neilson 

— John, rubber worker, h 33 John 

— Theodore E. laborer, h 46 Hiram 
Halamsky Louis, tailor, h Georges rd nr Ward 
Haley Ann, widow Patrick, h 386 Comstock 
Halferty James, plumber, h 172 Townsend 

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Hall Alfred G. h lo Hartwell 

— ^ Alfred G. jr. mgr. h lo Hartwell 

— Anna E. boarding, 114 Bayard, h do 

— Catharine, widow Ebenezer, h 145 Handy 

— Charles, tiremaker, h 182 Seaman 

— Emma W. h 159 Hamilton 

— Frederick W. carpenter, h 221 Redmond 

— George E. driver, h 20 Stone 

— Jabez, butcher, h 25 Hartwell 

— Joanna, widow John, h 114 Bayard 

— Latham, h 149 Livingston ave 

— Lillie, h 9 Hartwell 

— Mary, h 15 Catharine 

— Thomas H. emp J. & Co. h 145 Handy 

— Walter M. bartender, h 113 Codwise ave 

— William, painter, h 10 Hassart 
Halladay Sadie E. Mrs. h 342 Hale 
Halliday Elizabeth, h 81 French 

— Patrick, laborer, h 81 French 

— Thomas F. clerk, h 81 French 
Halliwell Simon, brakeman, h 270 Somerset 
Halos Stephen G. billing clerk; h 134 Somerset 
Halstead Albert, plumber, h 13 Schureman 

— Elmer, plumber, h 52 Hassart 

— John R. blockcutter, h 146 Welton 

Halsted Byron D. prof. Rutgers College, h 121 Livingston ave 

— Claire, h 121 Livingston ave 

— Edwin H. student, h 121 Livingston ave 

Hamborszky Paul F. B. (Rev.) pastor Magyar Ev. Ref. Pres. 

Church, h 22 French 
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Ins. Co. 417 George 
Hamer Arthur R. motorman, h 103 Throop ave 

— Frederick T. plumber, h 28 Jersey ave 

— Theodore A. motorman, h 196 George 

— William H. painter, h 28 Jersey ave 
Hamilton Lillian, domestic, h 172 Hale 

— Robert F. supt. Marine M. & S. Co. h 54 New 
Hammell Charles R. (Hammell Bros.) h 86 Coinmercial ave 

— Bros. (Charles R. and Nelson M.) novelties, 103 Church 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Hammell Cornelia, boarding, 86 Commercial ave. h do 

— C. Burr, laborer, h 302 Seaman 

— Edward J. oil, 179 French, h do 

— Nelson M. (Hammell. Bros.) h 100 Bayard 

— Simon H. laborer, h 7 James 
Hampton Powell, chemist, h 86 Bayard 
Hanauer Adoph (Imperial Tea Co.) h 253 George 
Hanaway Jane, widow Daniel, h 42 Commercial ave 

— Lawrence, boatman, h 9 Abeel 

— Mary, h 9 Abeel 

Hane William, tiremaker, h 132 Easton ave 

Hankins Annie, h 35 Railroad ave 

Hanlon Edward, emp J. & C. h 65 Remsen ave 

— Hannah, widow, h 18 Throop ave ' 

— Maurice, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 65 Remsen ave 

— Maurice jr. emp J. & C. h 65 Remsen ave 

— Michael, h 18 Throop ave 
Hann Joseph, h Somerset c French 

— William, h 207 Livingston ave 

Hannah Bros. (Robert B. and William) shoes, 44 Hiram 

— Herbert J. clerk Hannah Bros, h Franklin Park rd 

— Mabel, reporter Home News, h Franklin Park rd 

— ^ Robert B. (Hannah Bros, and R. B. Hannah) h 243 George 

— Robert W. butcher, h 24 Liberty 

— R. B. & W. (Robert B. and William) furniture, 50 Hiram 

— William (Hannah Bros, and R. B. & W. Hannah) h Frank- 

lin Park rd 

— William S. salesman, h 214 Easton ave 
Hannan Agnes, milliner, h 37 Richardson 

— Anna A. clerk, h 20 Division 

— Catharine, student, h ^y Richardson 

— Ellen, widow Harry J. h 27 Robinson 

— James L. machinist, h 22 Richardson 

— John, engineer, h 37 Richardson 

— John A. stenographer, h 20 Division 

— William, stenographer, h 37 Richardson 
Hanover Shoe Co. 377 George. James Scanlon, mgr. 
Hansell Lsaiah, h 20 Abeel 

— Joseph J. carpenter, h 174 Throop ave 



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Hansell Lucy A. stenographer, h 174 Throop ave 

Hansen George L. blacksmith, 36 Richmond, h 123 Comme'l av 

— Hans, lather, h 134 Church 
Hanson James N. clerk, h 135 Albany 

— Louis, driver, h 219 Seaman 
Hapenny Davis C. emp J. & C. h 66 Welton 

— Susan Mrs. h 114 Paterson 
Hardenbergh Helen A. h 143 College ave 

— Katherine A. widow Warren, h 143 College ave 
Hardenburg Catharine, boarding, 422 George, h do 

— George, h 422 George 
Hardenburgh George B. h 145 Sandford 

HARDING ALFRED VICTOR (Harding & Mansfield) h 98 
Somerset 

— Alfred V. jr. shoes, h 98 Somerset 

— Arthur W. shipping clerk, h 183 Hamilton 

— Charles (Wet Wash Laundry) h 98. Somerset 

— Francis, h 25 Hardenbergh 

— Francis V. wire chief N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h 267 Hale 

— John, shoemaker, h 183 Hamilton 

— Joseph J. bartender, h 18 Morris 

— Mary H. bookkeeper, h 98 Somerset 

— Patrick F. h Albany c George 

HARDING WILLIAM F. undertaker and livery, 100-102 Som- 
erset, h do. See adv next page 

— William J. salesman, h 33 Jersey ave 

HARDING & MANSFIELD (Alfred Victor Harding and Wil- 
liam H. Mansfield) boots and shoes, 9 Peace. See adv p v 
Hardy Alvie B. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 170 Townsend 

— Archie, coachman, h 191 Handy 

— Arthur, emp J. & J. h 308 Suydam 

— Charles E. painter, h 12 Burnet 

— Clarence C. emp J. & J. h 23 Schureman 

— Daniel P. h 16 Burnet' 

— Edgar, musician, 65 New, h do 

— Edwin, carpenter, 285 Seaman 

— Forman M. contractor, 53 Ray, h do 

— Irene, h 56 John 

— James, emp J. & C. h 266 Drift 

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Hardy James H. policeman, h 24 Welton 

— Jane, widow Jacob, h 65 New 

— Oscar, emp J. & J. h 120 Codwise ave 

— Osie E. h 56 John 

— O. Ella, widow William H. h 56 John 

— Raymond, carpenter, h 70 Remsen ave 

— Richard, hodcarrier, h 52 Lee ave 

— Thomas H. emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 145 Redmond 

— William B. painter, h 171 Seaman 

Harkins Alice V. stenographer, h 205 Easton ave 

— Bernard, h 205 Easton ave 

— Dorothy L. stenographer A. H. & T. Strong, h Milltown 

— Edward F. bricklayer, h 28 Louis 

— Frank A. shipping clerk, h 245 Easton ave 

— Helen R. emp J. & J. h 28 Louis 

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Harkins John J. carpenter P. R. R. h 245 Easton ave 

— John J. saloon, 134 Albany, h 70 Easton ave 

— John J. jr. emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 245 Easton ave 

— Katharine F. widow John, h 129 Bayard 

— Margaret A. stenographer, h 205 Easton ave 

— Margaret R. h 245 Easton ave 

— Robert, h 196 Albany 

HARKINS WILLIAM F. (Harkins & Victory) and agt. Del- 
aware River ftuarry and Construction Co. h 121 Easton ave 

HARKINS & VICTORY (William F. Harkins and Frank L. 
Victory) real estate and insurance, 389 George 

Harlan Annie, h 19 New 

Harned Frazee K. emp Hos. Co. h 32 Morris 

— Isaac H. shoemaker, h 341 Townsend 
Harney Norman, clerk, h 293 Suydam 

Harper Edward F. clerk J. J. Morrison, h 256 Somerset 

— Jaraes F. printer J. & C. h 256 Somerset 

— John F. clerk, h 256 Somerset 

— Joseph A. mixer J. & Co. h 256 Somerset 

— Mary C. h 256 Somerset 

— William F. driver J. J. Morrison, h 256 Somerset 
Harra Frank P. clerk P. O. h 135 Lee ave 

— Mary K. widow James C. h 135 Lee ave 

Harris Charles E. sec. and treas. N. B. Tile Co. h Brooklyn 

— Isabel T. stenographer, h 52 Mine 

— John H. butcher, 193 Easton ave. h 52 Mine 

— J. Harold, clerk, h 52 Mine 
Harrison H. estimator, h 6 French 
Harracks Thomas, machinist, h 43 Easton ave 

Hart Charles E. (Rev.) prof. Rut. Col. h 33 Livingston ave 

— Charles H. music teacher, 58 Codwise ave. h do 

— Frank S. music teacher, 84 Bayard, h do 
— George W. student, h 58 (Todwise ave 

— James, h 63 Throop ave 

— John, emp P. S. Corp. h 86 Ray 

— John F. emp N. Y. h 78 Hassart 

— John S. h 78 Hassart 

— Minnie M. teacher, h 78 Hassart 

— William E. piano tuner, 115 Bayard, h do 

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Hartley Lewis, h 67 Bishop 

— Lewis jr. vocalist, h 67 Bishop 

— William W. colormixer, h 67 Bishop 
Hartman Theodore, machinist, h 18 Prospect 

— Theodore W. carpenter, 330 Snydam, h 43 Railroad ave 
Hartmann Barbara, bookkeeper, h 55 Schureman 

— Charles, stenographer, h 55 Schureman 

— Emma, widow Emil C. h 55 Schureman 
Hartough Benjamin S. carpenter, h 294 George 

— Jennie, dressmaker. 294 George, h do 
Hartpence Robert S. driver, h 1 1 New 
Hartshorne Charles B. emp P. R. R. h i6>4 Morrell 
Harvey Charles W. patternmaker, h 91 Commercial ave 

— Mabel E. milliner, h 91 Commercial ave 

— Willard C. designer, h 268 Handy 
Haskett James, laborer, h 186 Hale 
Haskins Isaiah, laborer, h 275 Comstock 
Haslett Elizabeth, widow John, h 14 Remsen ave 
Hassell Charles J. fireman, h 40 Commercial ave 

— George, machinist, h 40 Commercial ave 
Hasson Charles, laborer, h 250 Neilson 

HASTINGS ALVIN A. sec. and treas. Strong Hardware Co. and 

Dobson Plumbing and Heating Co. h 281 Townsend 
Haufel Herman, grocer. 142 Neilson, h 144 do 

— Louise, h 144 Neilson 

— .Marguerita A. clerk, h 144 Neilson 
Hauk Christina, emp J. & J. h 16 Carman 

— Jacob, laborer, h 16 Carman 
Haver John N. clerk, h 184 Albany 
Hawkes Cornelia H. h 19 Morris 

— Jasper P. colormixer, h 7 Spring 

— John, h 19 Morris 

— Mary G. D. warper J. & J. h 7 Spring 
Hay Louis W. h 25 New 

Hayde John, clerk, h 141 Suydam 

— Lawrence, h 141 Suydam 

— Margaret, widow John, h 141 Suydam 

— Thomas, emp Ives Needle Wks. h 141 Suydam 
Hayes Edmund A. stenographer, h 42 Louis 



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Hayes Edward R. court crier, h 42 Louis 

— Elizabeth, widow Eugene, h 64 Remsen ave 

— John, driver, h 51 Baldwin 

— Joseph, h 53 Ray 

— Lester, gardener, h 186 Hamilton 

— William T. printer, h 59 Guilden 
Hayter Hannah, h 262 Neilson 

— John L. machinist, h 262 Neilson 

— Joseph, justice of the peace, 262 Neilson, h do 

— Robert A. L clerk, h 262 Neilson 
Hay ward Henry, driver, h 150 French 
Haywood Etta, emp J. & J. h 162 Albany 

— Florence K. student, h 162 Albany 

— Henry, musician, h 162 Albany 

— Henry jr. messenger, h 162 Albany 

— Jennie F. emp J. & J. h 162 Albany 

— Mary C. stenographer, h 162 Albany 

HEAHMAN CHARLES L. (Heahman & Schneider) h 163 Ham- 
ilton 

HEAHMAN & SCHNEIDER (Charles L. Heahman and John 
H. Schneider) painters and paperhangers, 163 Hamilton 
and 39 Robinson See adv p xxii 

Healey Martin V. B. h 7 Alexander 

— Patrick, coachman, George opp Nichol ave 
Healy Alexander W. lineman, h 7 Wirt 

— Anna F. milliner, h 7 Wirt 

— Catharine C. h 7 Wirt 

— Kate M. widow Patrick, h 7 Wirt 

— Mary M. stenographer, h 7 Wirt 

Heaney Edward, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 85 Albany 

— MaggTe, housekeeper, h 125 Albany 
Hearnan James H. h 134 Burnet 

Hearns Bridget, emp Hos. Co. h 13 Albany 

— Mary, widow Michael, h 13 Albany 
Heary James, laborer, h 165 French 

— Philip, laborer, h 165 French 

— Philip F. butcher, 344 Handy, h 342 do 

— Robert P. machinist, h 344 Handy 

Heater Frank, emp P. R. R. h 42 Division 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <a Talmadge St. 



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Heath Elizabeth, widow, h 342 George 

— George E. h 342 George 

— Jeremiah R. cutter, h 342 George 

— William W. asst. supt. Hos. Co. h Livingston Manor, H. P. 
Heberle Frank S. bartender, h 179 Easton ave 

Heberlein Julius G. music teacher, 8 Condict, h do 

Heck Robert C. H. prof. Rutgers College, h 192 College ave 

Heckler James, emp J. & J. h 166 Hamilton 

Hedden Lillie Mrs. h 90 Paterson 

Heffernan James P. laborer, h y2 Lee ave 

— John F. watchman, h 29 James 
— ■ William L. driver, h 70 Lee ave 
Hefferty Edward, laborer, h 223 Burnet 

— James F. plumber, 66 Remsen ave and 21 Throop ave. h 

172 Townsend 
Heffron Thomas F. telegrapher, h 202 New 
Heflin John C. emp J. & J. h 38 Prosper 
Hefner William C. laborer, h 1 10 Neilson 

— William H. rubberworker, h no Neilson 
Hegeman David T. h 57 Paterson 

HEIDINGSFELD JULIUS, publisher, printer, bookbinder and 
publisher New Brunswick City Directory, 42 Albany, h 40 
do. See adv p xxii 

— ■ Ralph, student, h 40 Albany 

Heier Herman, rubberworker, h 42 Baldwin 

Heil Adam, tiremaker, h 24 Throop ave 

— Elizabeth, widow Peter, boarding, 94 Paterson, h do 

— John, carpenter, h 94 Paterson 
Heilman Frank, colormixer, h 7 Morris 
Heilmann Frederick, h 152 Handy 
Heim Frederick W. dyer, h 67 Comstock 
Heimel John, tiremaker, h 54 Remsen ave 
Heinz Carrie, stenographer, h 130 Handy 

— Gertrude, clerk, h 130 Handy 

— Mary, saleswoman, h 130 Handy 

— Valentine, emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 130 Handy 
Heitzenroeder Balthazar, cigarmaker, h 125 Throop ave 
— 'Daniel, baker, h 125 Throop ave 

Heitzman Robert C. machinist, h 55 Jolin 



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Helberg Joseph, rubberworker, h lo Easton ave 
Helferich Anita, h 178 George 
— • Charles J. h 49 French 

— Cliarles J. patternmaker, h 127 Albany 
— ^ Charles N. patternmaker, h 178 George 

— Grace, h 178 George 

— Henry S. modelmaker, h 49 French 

— Henry S. jr. electrician, h 49 French 

— Ruth, h 178 George 

— William A. metalworker, h 127 Albany 
Helles Mary, widow Joseph, h 93 French 
Hellon Harry F. clerk, h iii Bayard 
Helm Gertrude, h 224 Suydam 
— ^ Jabez H. h 55 Morris 
HELM JOHN W. sec. N. B. Mutual Fire Ins. Co. h 294 Suydam 

— J. Holland, bookkeeper, h 55 Morris 

— Letitia, h 135 Welton 

— Margaret, widow William, h 224 Suydam 

— Robert W. h 135 Welton 

Hemmings Albert, emp J. & J. h 1 11 Throop ave 
Hendershot Arity, cigarmaker, h 320 George 

— Jacob, inspector P. S. Corp. h 163 Throop ave 
Henderson Ajda, widow James, boxmaker, h 2 Bayard 
— ^Alexander (Wm. Henderson & Sons) h Fourth ave. H. P. 

— Harry, laborer, h 126 Easton ave 

— William & Sons (Alexander Henderson) (New Brunswick 
Tron Works) 9-13 Water 

Hendler David, civil engineer, h 70 Dennis 

— Isaac, dry goods, 167 French, h do 

— Joseph, pictures, 72 Dennis, h 70 do 
Hendricks Annie C. h 87 Louis 

— Benjamin, h 272 Comstock 

— Catharine C. h 87 Louis 

— Charles S. carpenter, 136 Townsend, h do 

— Cornelia E. Mrs. h 275 Seaman 

— Frederick A. (P. H. Hendricks & Son) h 290 Redmond 

— George C. carpenter, h 87 Louis 

— Hattie A. h 89 Louis 

— Isaac J. bricklayer, h 93 Louis 

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Hendricks Jessie R. stenographer, h 296 Handy 
HENDRICKS JOHN & SON (John and Peter H. S.) masons 

and builders, 295 Handy. See adv p xviii 
HENDRICKS PETER H. S. (John Hendricks & Son) h 295 

Handy 

— Nellie A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 87 Louis 

— P. H. & Son (Peter H. and Frederick A.) masons and 

builders, 290 Redmond 

— William H. mason, h 296 Handy 

— William H. jr. mason, h 296 Handy 
Hendrickson Charles, emp Milltown, h 17 Throop ave 

— Charles, emp U. S. Rub. Co. h 313 Handy 

— Charles, machinist, h 184 Suydam 

— Charles jr. ironworker, h 313 Handy 

— ElizabetE", h 313 Handy 

— Mary, emp Milltown, h 17 Throop ave 

— Michael, driver, h 313 Handy 
Hengelhaupt Hugo, steward, h 431 George 
Henkoczy John, restaurant, 5 Easton ave. h do 
Henley Catharine A. clerk, h 29 Division 

— Frederick M. clerk, h 29 Division 

— John B. machinist, h 29 Division 

— Mary, widow Bernard, h 29 Division 

— Thomas E. pipefitter, h 29 Division 
Henn Joseph F. machinist, h 62 Bartlett 

— Morris, butcher, h 194 Burnet 
Henneman Frederick A. engineer, h 194 Albany 
Hennessy Agnes R. h 118 Somerset 

— Ambrose A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 33 French 

— Davfd J. carpenter, h 33 French 

— Jeremiah, h 118 Somerset 

— Julia C. candy, 85 Burnet, h 83 do 

— Julia M. h 118 Somerset 

— Kafherine, h 118 Somerset 

— Mary, widow Patrick, h 83 Burnet 

— Mary, cigar packer, h 33 French 

— Mary A. widow Jeremiah, h 118 Somerset 

— Mary C. h 118 Somerset 

Henry Edward M. h 28 Hardenbergh 

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Henry Elmer F. driver, h 13 Dennis 

— Frank, rubberworker, h 92 Burnet 
— • George W. carpenter, h 85 Church 

— Helena E. clerk, h 18 James 

— Hugh J. lineman, h 85 Church 

— Ida A. emp J. & J. h 18 James 

— Ira C. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 13 Dennis 

— Joseph F. emp stocking factory, h 85 Church 

— Mamie M. h 85 Church 

— Mary, widow George, h 85 Church 

— Patrick F. spinner, h 28 Hardenbergh 

— Patrick F. jr. driver, h 28 Hardenbergh 

— Peter, h 67 Stone 

— Peter G. clerk, h 85 Church 

— Robert L. bronzeworker, h 85 Church 

— William, clerk, h 39 Neilson 

— William, laborer, h 28 Hardenbergh 

— William D. carpenter, h 93 Church 

— WiTfiam F. clerk, h 85 Church 

— William R. jeweler, h 18 James 

— William V. D. emp J. & C. h 18 James 

— Winifred, dressmaker, 28 Hardenbergh, h do 
Heppler Catharine, widow Adolph, h 288 George 
HERBERT JOHN B, (Herbert & Moke) h Georges rd 
HERBERT & MOKE (John B. Herbert and Charles R. Moke) 

undertakers, 53 Morris. See adv p x 
Herdon George, h 4 Prospect 
Herman Samuel, conductor, h 51 Throop ave 
Ilerold Frances J. widow Anton, grocer, 161 French, h do 

— Otto, emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 55 Codwise ave 
Herrel Nellie, domestic, 91 Bayard 
Herrmann Louis, buffer, h 39 Albany 
Hertzog Hall, Seminary pi 

Herzog Joseph, h 7 Dennis 

Hess Charles, cigarmaker, h 40 Easton ave 

— Charles jr. clerk, h 40 Easton ave 
Hess Mary, emp J. & J. h 40 Easton ave 
Hetzel Charles A. salesman, h 194 Easton ave 

— George L. h 66 Easton ave 

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Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 




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Hetzel Jacob G. h 194 Easton ave 

— Margaret, h 248 Easton ave 

— Martha, widow George L. h 66 Easton ave 
Heuer Louisa, widow Godfried, h 29 Comstock 

— Richard, rubber worker, h 27 Comstock 
Hewitt WiUiam, driver, h 204 Commercial ave 
Hewlett Henry, driver, h 126 New 

Hibernia Engine Co. No. 6, Easton ave. c Wyckoff 
Hickey Agnes, boxmaker, h 62 Jersey ave 

— Alice, emp J. & J. h 8 Central ave 

— Catharine, emp Hos. Co. h 8 Central ave 

— Catharine J. widow John H. h 347 Seaman 

— James, laborer, h 8 Central ave 

— James W. brakeman P. R. R. h 17 James 

— John, glass blower, h 24 Lee ave 

— John, laborer, h 8 Central ave 

— John, watchman, h 62 Jersey ave 

— Margaret, h 8 Central ave 

— Mary, emp rubber shop, h 255 Neilson 

— Mary E. h 62 Jersey ave 

— Mary F. widow John, h 104 Somerset 

— Mary T. masseuse, h 62 Jersey ave 

— Teresa, boxmaker, h 62 Jersey ave 
Hickman David, paperhanger, h 108 Church 

HICKS EDWARD W. district court judge and counsellor-at-law, 
393 George, h 216 Redmond. See professional card p 30 

— Joseph D. h 44 Remsen ave 

— Thomas, h 29 New 

Hienlan William, baker, h 52 Handy 
Higgins Anna E. h 299 Seaman 

— Anna M. emp J. & J. h 164 Hamilton 

— Archibald, machinist, h 44 Easton ave 

— Ellen, widow Edward W. h 299 Seaman 

— Frank, signalman, h 21 Prospect 

— Jane E. widow Thomas, h 154 Remsen ave 

— Lena, h 386 Sandford 

— Lena, widow Paul, h 44 Easton ave 

— Levi, h 309 Commercial ave 

— Mark, motorman, h 306 Suydam 

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'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 

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Higgins Thomas, carpenter, h 228 Baldwin 

— Viola, emp J. & J. h 62 Welton 
High Otis, rubber worker, h 31 Albany 

l^ighland Park Building and Loan Association, 349 George. 

James A. Edgar, sec. 
HIGHLAND PARK COAL YARD, Harrison ave. c Highland 

ave. H. P. William W. Ten Eyck, prop. See adv side lines 
HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY, Harrison ave. and Highland ave. 

H. P. William W. Ten Eyck, prop. See adv side lines 
HIGHLAND PARK INN, Raritan ave. nr Seventh ave. H. P. 

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liildebrand Anna, h 247 Burnet 

— Barbara, emp Hos. Co. h 247 Burnet 

— Charles J. clerk, h no Easton ave 

— John, clerk, h 189 Burnet 

— John J. driver, h 189 Burnet 

— Louis, grocer, 283 Neilson, h 247 Burnet 

— Louis jr. clerk, h 6 New 
Hill Edward, h 427 George 

— Elizabeth, widow George, h 46 French 

— Elizabeth D. (The Bayard) h Elm Row c Bayard 

— George, architect, h Bleecker pi 

— Henrietta C. (The Bayard) h Elm Row c Bayard 

— Henrietta D. (The Bayard) h Elm Row c Bayard 

— Howard L. printer, h 81 French 

— Jane E. Mrs. (The Bayard) h Elm Row c Bayard 

— Jennie, h 73 Bishop 

— Leonard, C. emp needle factory, h 46 French 

— Margaret, h 73 Bishop 

— Mary E. Mrs. (The Bayard) h Elm Row c Bayard 

— Phoebe, widow, h 81 French 

— Sarah C. (The Bayard) h Elm Row c Bayard 

— William, chaffeur, h 121 Throop ave 

— William H. barber, 150 French, h 190 Handy 

Hillman Samuel E. (McGovern & Hillman) h 1251^ Somerset 
Hilstorf William, potter, h 24 Richmond 
Hilton Howard S. pictures, h 36 Louis 
Himan Abraham, laborer, h 148 Paterson 
Hinchman Morgan V. S. bookkeeper, h 224 Handy 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURMET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275- W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Hinchman William H. letter carrier, h 224 Handy 

HINDLE FRANK L. dentist, 421 George, h 131 Livingston ave 

— Frank F. dentist, 421 George, h 131 Livingston ave 
Hines William, h 249 Remsen ave 

Hingher Charles H. bookkeeper, h 43 Schureman 
HINGHER EDWARD, furniture dealer, 116-122 Neilson, h 114 
do. See adv p vi 

— Edward jr. bus. mgr. Edward Hingher, h 183 New 

— Frank S. upholsterer, h 80 Hassart 
Hirsch Alax, musician, h 16 John 

HIRSH ISIDOR P. millinery, 16 Church, h 14 do 

— Julius C. broker N. Y, h 14 Church 

— Leon R. bank clerk, h 14 Church 
HIRSH MILLINERY EMPORIUM, 16 Church 

— Sophia, widow Philip, h 14 Church 
Hitchcock Susan, h 32 Schureman 

Hoagland Cornelius, salesman, h 21 Hardenburgh 

— Frank, laborer, h 119 Burnet 

— George M. clerk, h 263 Suydam 

HOAGLAND IRVING, counsellor-at-law, 391 George, h Frank- 
lin Park 

HOAGLAND JACOB H. sec. and treas. Enterprise Laundry Co. 
Ltd. h 267 George 

— James L. h 51 Remsen ave 

— James R. laborer, h 5 Schureman 
— ^ John, h 13 Easton ave 

— John B. h 21 Hardenburgh 

— ^ Leonard B. clerk, h 119 Burnet 

HOAGLAND LEWIS H. (Van Deursen Pharmacy) 365 George, 
branch Raritan ave. c Cedar ave. H. P. h 296 George 

— Mary J. h 66 New 

— Phoebe B. widow Herman J. h 74 Welton 

— Robert L. ticket agt. P. R. R. h 66 New 

— Susan, widow Marshall, h 5 Schureman 

— William, driver, h 386 Sandford 

— W^illiam B. clerk, h 267 George 

— Wyckoff V. boatman, h 268 Suydam 
Hobbs William H. h 37 Mine 
Hobensack Charles FL electrician, h 36 New 



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Hobensack P>ances Mrs. h 35 Railroad ave 

— Isaac C. jr. carpenter, h 127 Albany 

— Joseph M. h 157 Hamilton 

— Louisa M. h 35 Railroad ave 
Hobson Henry D. h 166 College ave 
Hocker John, cigarmaker, h 154 Church 
Hoddeson Benjamin, produce, 233 Burnet, h do 
Hoe Catharine H. student, h 572 George 

— ' Frederick H. h 572 George 

— Richard M. h 572 George 

Hoeftiin Minnie J. stenographer, h 62 Guilden 
Hoey Jennie, emp J. & J. h 16 French 

— John J. h 123 Easton ave 

— Peter, driver, h 16 French 

— William, foreman, h 16 French 

Hoff Charles LaC. counsellor-at-law, 40 Paterson, h Plainfield 

— Mary, h 233 Somerset 

Hoffman Barnett, salesman, h iii Neilson 

— Carl G. carpenter, h 94 Church 

— Florentine M. physician, h 16 French 

— Frank, agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h South River 

— Isaac, salesman, h 137 Commercial ave 

— Jennie F. widow Florentine F. h 16 French 
Hofgren Gustav, emp J. & J. h 164 Easton ave 
Hogan William, driver, h 18 Schureman 

HOGAN WILLIAM J. (Hogan & Barnwell) h Fifth ave. H. P. 
HOGAN & BARNWELL (William J. Hogan and Thomas F. 

Barnwell) real estate and insurance, 43 Paterson. See 

adv p xvii 
Hogarty Catharine, widow Daniel, h 18 Burnet 

— Charles J. harness, 24 Albany, h 10 Welton 

— John A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 18 Burnet 

— Mary, emp rubber shop, h 18 Burnet 
— ^ Matthew A. bartender, h 156 Church 

— Sarah L. Mrs. dressmaker, 10 Welton, h do 
Hogefield Henry T. machinist, h 71 Hassart 

— John, cigarmaker, h 71 Hassart 

— Lillian D. h 71 Hassart 
Holcombe Jane, h 14 Kirkpatrick 

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Holden Elizabeth, emp rubber shop, h lo French 

— John, laborer, h lo French 

— Mary, widow Joseph, h lo French 
Holdstein Jacob, furniture, 29 Peace, h 31 do 

— John, h 31 Peace 

Holland Jessie L. widow William B. stenographer, h 381 
George 

— John F. driver, h 81 Jersey ave 

— Merwin, emp J. & C. h 105 Delevan 
Hollander George, clerk, h 324 Burnet 

— Harris, mgr. Morris Abrams, h 324 Burnet 

— Nathan, clerk, h 324 Burnet 
Hollar Carman, h 185 French 
HoUins Lewis J. painter, h 48 Albany 
Hollis Stephen, laborer, h r 134 Soinerset 
Holman Chester C. student, h 73 Hassart 

— Clarence, clerk, h 31 Albany 

— Elizabeth, widow Charles C. h 62 Neilson 

— Frank, bus. N. Y. h 88 Huntington 

— George, constable, h 112 Redmond 

— George M. emp J. & Co. h 30 Morrell 

— George V. carpenter, h 137 Seaman 

— George W. spooler, h 42 Codwise ave 

— James W. contractor, h 103 Livingston ave 

— John M. emp J. & Co. h 173 Albany 

— Ralph P. blockcutter, h 73 Hassart 

— Thaddeus, carpenter, h 215 Redmond 
— ■ William, spinner, h 62 Neilson 

Holmes F. Garner, foreman cigar factory, h 154 Welton 

— James, laborer, h 11 Drift 

— William H. h 209 Delevan 
Holt Emily M. h 241 Baldwin 
Holzapfel Barbara, h 46 Delafield 

— Frederick W. sawyer, h 144 Easton ave 
— ^ George, clerk, h 46 Delafield 

— Hannah E. domestic, h 32 Paterson 

— Henry, clerk, h 46 Delafield 

— John, clerk, h 46 Delafield 

— Lena, h 46 Delafield 



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Shop: 214 Sandford St. 
Residence: 157 Codwise Ave. 



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Holzappel William K. packer, h 46 Delafield 
Holzworth Charles, driver, h 36 John 

— George, farmer, h 56 Jones ave 

— George, pipefitter, h 30 Richmond 

HOLZWORTH WILLIAM (Stamm & Holzworth) h 53 Delevan 
HOME BREWING CO, brewers and bottlers of lager beer, ales 

and porter. Office, Newark, N. J. See adv top lines in 

Block Directory 
HOME NEWS, daily and weekly, Hiram c Dennis. See adv top 

lines 
HOME NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Hiram c Dennis. Hugh Boyd, 

pres. ; William B. Boyd, vice-pres. ; Arthur H. Boyd, sec. 

and treas. 
HOME REALTY CO. 86 Church 
Honescko Andrew, emp J. & J. h 34 Washington 
Hood James, loom fixer, h 52 High 
Hooker Jennie M. clerk, h 86 Schureman 

— William, foreman C. F. Jar Co. h 24 Throop ave 
Hoover James, engineer, h 254 Neilson 

Hop Sing, laundry, 191 Neilson, h do 
Hope Adeline, stenographer, h 51 Carman 

— Lewis R. clerk of District Court, autioneer, 389 George, h 

51 Carman 
Hopkins Ezek W. billiards, 425 George, h do ' 
Hopper Catharine, widow Francis, h 28 Division 
Horan James E. foreman P. R. R. h 71 Sicard 

— John A. tiremaker., h 54 Division 

— Margaret, h 341 Suydam 

— Margaret E. h 169 Hamilton 

— Michael, emp J. & J. h 271 Neilson 

— Peter F. laborer, h 29 Schureman 

— • Sarah, widow Patrick, h 341 Suydam 
— ■Thomas M. laborer, h 135 Hale 

— Winifred, widow John, h 169 Hamilton 
Horgos Mahal, laborer, h 128 Somerset 
Hork Daniel, laborer, h 26 Jersey ave 

Hormby Charles P. carpenter, h 286 Commercial ave 

— Edna S. h 286 Commercial ave 

— Edwin, carpenter, h 41 Comstock 



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Horniby Elsie, h 286 Commercial ave 

— Mattie E. h 286 Commercial ave 

— Thomas, h 286 Commercial ave 
Horn Annie G. clerk, h 9 Washington 

— Martin F. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 59 Richardson 

— Matthew A. barber, h 59 Richardson 

— Patrick, laborer, h 22 Lee ave 

— William F. barber, h 59 Richardson 

HORNER AARON E. carpenter and builder. Shop, 216 Sand- 
ford. Office and residence, 157 Codwise ave. Phone. See 
adv p xxxvi and bottom lines 

— Benjamin, carpenter, h 83 Morris 

— Benjamin F. builder, 214 Sandford, h 216 do 

— Clifford, carpenter, h 155 Codwise ave 

— George H. carpenter, h 292 Talmadge 
Hornok Stephen, laborer, h r 134 Somerset 
Hornstein Nathan, grocer, 190 Burnet, h do 
Horrocks Alice, packer, h 262 Hamilton 

— Charles, blockcutter, h 262 Hamilton 

— Charles A. blockcutter, h 51 Easton ave 

— James, machinist, h 273 Comstock 

— Thomas, machinist, h 43 Easton ave 

Hort Frederick, laborer, h Somerset nr Mile Run Brook 
Horton Frances A. widow Albert, h 205 Suydam 
Hortwick James, reeler, h 104 Commercial ave 

— William, emp J. & Co. h 104 Commercial ave 
Horvak Joseph, laborer, h 306 Somerset 
Horveth Vandal, erhp J. & J- h 36 Railroad ave 
Horvath David, emp J. & J. h 189 Albany 

— Louis M. butcher, 13 Plum, h do 

HOTEL MILTON fAdolph May) Albany c Peace. See adv p x 
Hotz Nathan, shoemaker, 235 Burnet, h do 
Houghton Charles L. boxmaker, h 142 French 

— Dennis, emp P. R. R. h 212 Easton ave 

— Edith L h 207 George 

— Edward F. deputy sheriff, h 30 Remsen ave 

— James, grocer, 260 Neilson, h 270 do 

— Lillie F. widow Silas H. h 140 Albany 

— !\rary E. stenographer, h 207 George 



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Houg-hton Sadie J. h 270 Neilson 

— Silas E. moulder, h 207 George 
Houlroyd Charles A. detective, h 128 Bayard 
Housel James L. stenographer, h Georges rd 

— Charles H. painter, h 14 Central ave 

— Elmer S. clerk, h 24 Church 

— Harry, h 206 Neilson 

— Henry C. painter, h 24 Church 

— ^ John V. L. clerk, h 10 James ^ 

— ^Mary, widow James, h 168 Albany 

— William A. justice of the peace, 217 Neilson, h do 
Howard Harry C. farmer, h 52 Carman 

— James, h 35 John 

— William, deckhand, h 35 John 
Howarth Emma M. clerk, h 86 Church 

— William, salesman, h 2 High 

HOWELL ABRAM S. (Howard V. Buttler & Co.) h 255 Suydam 

— Alice, h 238 George 

— Ann E. widow Stephen, h 61 Livingston ave 

HOWELL BENJAMIN F. pres. People's National Bank and vice 
pres. N. B. Savings Institution, h 32 Union 

— Charles, colormixer, h 238 George 

— George W. carpenter, h 238 George 

— Henrietta, h 238 George 

HOWELL LOUIS A. pres. Howell Lumber Co. h 26.3 Seaman 

— Louisa, h 16 Morris 

HOWELL LUMBER CO. 291 Burnet and hd Throop ave. Louis 
A. Howell, pres.; Lewis Stryker, vice pres.; John L. Suy- 
dam sec and treas. 

— Margaret, h 238 George 

— Raymond D. student, h 255 Suydam 
— ' Russell B. bookkeeper, h 263 Seaman 

— William F. stairbuilder, h 60 Neilson 

— William G. blockcutter, h 238 George 

— William W. carpenter, h 60 Neilson 

Howitt Addie D. music teacher, 183 Livingston ave. h do 

— Edwin B. sec. Brunswick Refrig. Co. h 183 Livingston ave 
Howley Alice E. widow James, h 51 Senior 



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HOWLEY B. M. (M.D.) eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, 
421 George, h New York. Office hours — 2 to 4 p. m. daily. 
Tel. 235-R. 

— Catharine student, h 51 Senior 

— Charles, h 159 French 

— Francis A. emp neverslip Co. h 51 Senior 

— George L. h 51 Senior 

— Lawrence, boatman, h 29 Stone 

— Mary, h 74 Sicard 

— Patrick, h 74 Sicard 

— Thomas H. emp P. R. R. h 66 Sicard 
Hoy Grace, widow Harvey, h 38 New 

Hub (The> (Prefer Bros.) ladies' outfitters, 59 Church 
Hubbard Beulah M. milhner, h 237 George 

— Edith T. clerk, h 25 Bayard 

— Edward J. printer, 291 George, h 21 Jones ave 
— 'George, shoe cutter, h no Paterson 

HUBBARD JOHN V. undertaker and embalmer, 25 Bayard, h 
do 

— J. Warren, emp J. & J. h 25 Bayard 

— Norman, draughtsman, h 218 Baldwin 

— Samuel H. emp P. R. R. h 237 George 
Huber John, barber, h 129 Neilson 
Hubert Julia A. h 90 Paterson 

— Neda, h 149 Somerset 

— Richard, clerk, h 149 Somerset 

— William H. shipping clerk, h 149 Somerset 
Hubner Augusta M. h 74 Guilden 

— Christopher G. lineman, h 74 Guilden 

— William T. gasfitter, h 118 French 
Hubster Agnes, emp rubber shop, h 136 Neilson 
— ■ Peter, emp rubber shop, h 138 Neilson 

HUDSON JAMES B. gen. foreman N. J. & N. Y. Telephone Co. 
h 200 Handy 

— James F. Watchman, h 57 Stone 

— Margaret, h 43 Bayard 

— Reduction Co. 40 Paterson 

— Samuel, machinist, h 7 Morris 

— Wilhelmina, widow William, h Si Delafield 



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Huether Joseph, emp Webb Wire Wks. h 56 Remsen avp 
Hughes Agnes A. widow Richard, h 82 Church 
— ^ Elizabeth D. teacher, h 213 Redmond 

— Esther B. h 82 Church 

— Frank R. driver, h 82 Church 
— ■George J. h 227 Livingston ave 

— G. Edward, emp J. & Co. h 134 Seaman 

— Henry W. h 134 Seaman 

— James, h 227 Livingston ave 

— James, emp J. & Co. h 134 Seaman 

— James F. emp rubber shop, h 55 Ray 

— ^ James H. emp rubber shop, h 213 Redmond 

— James H. jr. emp N. Y. h Livingston ave. c Delevan 

— Jennie C. h 227 Livingston ave 

— John, marine captain, h 19 Division 

— John T. h 227 Livingston ave 

— Laura, h 282 Redmond 

— Loretta, h 234 Hamilton 

— Lucy M. h 227 Livingston ave 

— Nathaniel, laborer, h 159 Church 

— Patrick J. h 55 Ray 

— Thomas, h 55 Ray 

— Thomas, guard, h 234 Hamilton 

— Thomas J. emp P. R. R. h 55 Ray 

— William R. contractor, 282 Redmond, h do 

— William R. jr. h 282 Redmond 

Hugo Joseph, emp J. & J. h 134 Somerset 

Huhak Stephen, laborer, h 29 Wyckoff 

Huhle Rose, widow Arthur, h 64 Burnet 

Hull A. Eugene, oils. ^2 Oliver, h do 

HULL HENEY A. (Hull & Rice) h 42 Bayard 

HULL & RICE (Henry A. Hull and Walter D. Rice) dentists, 

42 Bayard. See adv next page 
Hulley Thomas, pressman, h 38 Dennis 
Hullfish Charles, h 127 Albany 

— Florence M. h 228 Suydam 

— ■ Giles H. grocer, 49 Hiram, h 228 Suvdam 
HULLFISH HARVEY L. (Hullfish & Whitfield) and clerk 
Commissioners of Adjustments, h 259 Handy 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 
Prompt Service 
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Caterers, CoiifectLoiiers, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manafactnrers 
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255 



HULLFISH & WHITFIELD ( Harvey L. Hullfish and William 
H. Whitfield) real estate and insurance, 46-48 Paterson. 
See adv top lines 

Hulse Alfred, emp J. &: J. h 26 Thropp ave 

— Alfred jr. emp ?\Iid. Shoe Co. h 26 Throop ave 

— Charles, h 283 Suydam 

— Charles E. pilot, h 151 Church 

— Edith, emp J. & J. h 26 Throop ave 

— Edward F. foreman, h 142 French 

— William H. carpenter, h 192 New 
Hulub Alichael. laborer, h 12 Catharine 
Hiimmell Catharine, emp J. & J. h 202 Suydam 
Humphrv Jennie Mrs. boardine;. ^07 Georg-e. h do 
HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, awning makVrs' supplies, 1021-23 

Callowhill St. Phila. 
Hungrig-e Charles D. salesman, h 112 Suydam 

— Charles P. agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 112 Suydam 

— Edward A. agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 112 Suydam 

— Frank A. cashier Prudential Ins. Co. h 112 Suydam 
Hunt Catharine, widow Stephen B. h 42 Railroad ave 

— Charles A. driver, h 20 Dennis 

— Cornelia de P. h 74 College ave 

— Harry F. tire repairer, h 9 Howard 

— John B. janitor N. B. Fire Ins. Bldg. h 12 Prospect 
— 'John C. machinist, h 289 Seaman 

— Oscar B. drug-gist, h 17 Hartwell 

— Rosa B. widow William F. h 51 Commercial ave 

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HUNTER C. A. pres. INDIA RUBBER CO. h New Durham, N. J. 

— Laura, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 139 Remsen ave 

— Percy J. carpenter, h 139 Remsen ave 

— William P. h 139 Remsen ave 

Hurley Margaret C. dressmaker, h 130 French 

— Mary E. widow Elvin S. grocer, 114 French, h 293 Redmond 

— Peter H. grocer, h 293 Redmond 
Hurst Agnes, h 162 Somerset 

— Hannah, widow Edwin, dressmaker 162 Somerset, h do 
Hussey Edward F. pipefitter, h 339 Seaman 

— Ella, h 339 Seaman 

— Grace, widow Robert, h 253 Baldwin 

— Jennie, dressmaker, 339 Seaman, h do 

— Mary S. stenographer, h 253 Baldwin 

— Nellie I. bookkeeper, h 253 Baldwin 

Hustler Gertrude, proofreader J. & T- h 26 Church 
HUSTON ARTHUR W. (Huston & DeHart) h 168 New 

— Charles H. h 168 New 

— James B. slater, h 21 Alexander 

— Maurice W. slater, h 25 Harvey 

— Robert G. slater, h 25 Harvey 

— Susan T- h 25 Harvey 

HUSTON WILLIAM J. slate, tile and slag composition roofer, 

168 New, h do. See adv. p xxxiii 
HUSTON & DeHART (Arthur W. Huston and Alan T. DeHart) 

electrical contractors, 409 George. See adv p xiv 
Hutchinson Agnes, widow William R. h 148 Somerset 

— Harriet Mrs. h 42 Codwise ave 

Hutton Mancius R. (Rev.) pastor Second Reformed Church, 

h 26 Union 
Hutz Nathan, shoemaker, h 198 Burnet 
Hutzinger Albert, machinist, h 81 Albany 
Hyde Clara F. milliner, h 81 Louis 

— Edith F. h 81 Louis 

— Elsie M. stenographer, h 43 Railroad ave 

— Forman, engineer, h 202 Somerset 

— Robert, machinist, h 81 Louis 

Hvder Haliab. peddler, h Georges rd nr Lawrence 

HYE JAMES, mgr. Enterprise Laundry Co. Ltd. h Georges rd 



J. F. Bernhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <a Talmadge St. 



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Carting, Grading, Excavating 
Building Moving. Telephone 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Hyland Catharine, h 148 Church 

Hyle John W. engineer J. & J. h 113 Baldwin 

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I. X. L. Ash Sifter Co. 298 Burnet. Matthew Daly, mgr. 

Ihle Max, painter, 62 Welton, h do 

llles Belag, physician, 155 Bayard, h do 

Imperial lea Co. (Adolph Hanauer) 91 Church 

Imre Devai, variety store, 93 French, h do 

INDIA RUBBER CO. 20 Washington. Charles A. Hunter, pres. ; 

James Deshler, vice pres.; Thomas H. Lee, treas. ; John D. 

Carberry, sec. 
Ingebrand Clara, clerk, h 27 Courtlandt 

— Elizabeth C. h 27 Courtlandt 

— Harry E. printer, h 2^] Courtlandt 

— John, buttonmaker, h 27 Courtlandt 

— Leonard, clerk, h 2^ Courtlandt 

— Mary C. h 27 Courtlandt 

— Nicholas, foreman, h 27 Courtlandt 

Ingling George C. bus. mgr. N. B. Times, h 157 Bayard 
Inslee Ayers D. h 305 George 

— Priscilla A. h 305 George 

Intemann Arthur H. (J. C. Tntemann) h H. P. 

— Edward A. (J. C. Intemann) h 329 George 

— John C. (J. C. Intemann) h H. P. 

Intemann J. C. (John C, Arthur H. and Edward A. Intemann) 

confectioners, 327 George 
International Correspondence Schools of Scranton, 349 George. 

Wilfred Opie, mgr. 
INTERWOVEN STOCKING CO. N. B. Fire Ins. Bldg. John 

Wyckoff Mettler, pres.; Irving Hoagland, sec; C. S. Van 

Winckle, treas. 
Iredell Albert \V. student, h 24 College ave 
IREDELL HARVEY, dentist, Church c Neilson, h 42 College 

ave. See professional card p 30 

— Russell W. student, h 24 College ave 
Ireland George E. machinist, h 127 Paterson 

— John C. clerk, h 8 Easton ave 



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Ireland Rachel F. widow John, h 8 Easton ave 

Iron John, laborer, h 26 Easton ave 

Irons George, h Fulton nr Remsen ave 

IRVEN SAMUEL C. (Artificial Stone Pavement Co.) h 345 

Townsend. See adv p xix 
Irwin Bertha, stenographer, h 64 Schureman 

— lioward S. clerk P. R. R. h 265 Seaman 

■ — Mary J. widow William R. h 64 Schureman 
Ives Amelia, h 334 George 

— Loyal T. h 334 George 

IVES LOYAL T. CO. (THE) mfrs. knitting machine needles, 19- 

21 Water. Howard Sillcocks, sec. and treas. 
Ivy John, driver, h 112 Lee ave 

— Sue A. widow John, h 139 Baldwin 



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Jackson Alice, widow William, h 5 Marsh's al 

— Carrie, widow George, h 23 Duke 

— Charles, policeman, h 144 New 

— ^Charles A. toolmaker, h 11 Carman 

— Charles A. en jineer, h 54 Throop ave 

— Charles T. emp P. R. R. h 16 Neilson 

— David J. h 282 Redmond 

— Emma, widow Thomas, h 191 George 

— Herbert L. R. toolmaker, h 11 Carman 

— James, driver, h r 15 Schureman 

— Joseph H. laborer, h 188 Handy 

— J. Walter, restaurant, h 144 Baldwin 

— Mary A. h 282 Redmond 

— Sa'3'ie, h 144 New 

— Sarah, h 20 Railroad ave 

JACKSON WILLIAM H. C. asst. sec. and treas. Middlesex Title 
Guarantee and Trust Co. h College ave. c Bartlett 

— William M. supervisor P. R. R. h 320 Suydam 
Jacobs Bros. (Emanuel H. Jacobs) clothiers, 11 Church 

— Cecelia, matron John Wells Memorial Hospital 

— Emanuel H. (Jacobs Bros.) h 96 Albany 

— William, painter, h 96 Albany 



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Jaeger Augustus, draughtsman, h 17 Jones ave 

Jahn Theodore, cook, h 48 Guilden 

Jally John, emp Ives Needle Co. h Howard nr Commercial ave 

James Charles R. mgr. Elbert O. Smith, h 94 Church 

— John H. driver, h 185 Suydam 

— Suydam Hall, Seminary pi 

Jamison Anna, widow John, h 143 Suydam 

— Henry, colormixer, h 378 Delevan 

— Herbert, h 388 Delevan 

— James, driver, h 48 Uelafield 

— James, laborer, h 173 Townsend 

— James, machinist, h 31 Albany 

— ^ James M. emp Ives Needle Co. h 173 Townsend 

— John H. laborer, h 173 Townsend 

— William, needlemaker, h 43 Delafield 
Jan C. W. laundry, 353 George, h do 
Janeck Anna, h 45 Kaston ave 

Janeway Button Co. Courtlandt c Guilden. Wni. R. Janeway, 
pres. ; Robert J. Solmson, vice pres. ; J. L. Duryee, sec. 
and treas. 

— Helen H. h 17 Livingston ave 

JANEWAY HENRY L. vice pres. Janeway & Co. h 17 Living- 
ston ave 

JANEWAY JACOB J. (COL.) pres. Janeway & Carpender, h 
192 Livingston ave 

JANEWAY LUCIUS P. vice pres. Janeway & Carpender, h 192 
Livingston ave 

— Mary A. h 17 Livingston ave 

— Mary W. widow Henry L. jr. h 17 Livingston ave 
JANEWAY WILLIAM R' pres. Janeway & Co. Inc. and pres. 

Janeway Button Co. h 78 Easton ave 
JANEWAY & CARPENDER, wall paper mfrs. Livingston 

Manor, H. P. Col, Jacob J. Janeway, pres.; Lucius P. 

Janeway, vice pres. ; George H. Lambert, sec. ; Theodore E. 

Townsend, treas. 
JANEWAY & CO. Inc. mfrs. of and dealers in wall paper, 

Water, Washington to Somerset. William R. Janeway, 

pres. ; H. L. Janeway, vice pres. ; Edward Lawrence, sec. ; 

John Lawrence, treas. See adv p xxxvii 



NewBrunswicKGaraoei 

JOHN WEIOEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

Agent tor Chalmers-Detroit flutomobiles. 



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Jansen Anna, emp Hos. Co. h 99 Talmadge 

— Ferdinand, machinist, h 99 Talmadge 

— Samuel, emp rubber shop, h 99 Talmadge 
Janzen Alma C. emp Hos. Co. h 37 Richmond 

— Rudolph G. janitor Court House, h 37 Richmond 
Japollo Nuncia, laborer, h 70 Comstock 

Jaques Abbie E. widow Samuel, h 24 Church 

— George J. driver, h 22 Dennis 

— Meta V. tel. operator, h 24 Church 

— Milton, bartender, h 12 Bayard 
JAftUES WILLIAM C. saloon, 74 Dennis, h do 

— William jr. electrician, h 56 Church 

Jarrard Needle Works, 10 Dennis. Oscar Jarrard, pres. ; John 
Dunham, sec. ; Frank Ziegler, treas. 

— Oscar, pres. Jarrard Needle Works, h 17 Richmond 
Jarvis Louis, salesman, h 25 Liberty 

Jefferies Albert, laborer, h 276 Comstock 

— Frank W. tires, 60 Albany, h do 

— Jennie M. boarding, 183 Easton ave 

— Joseph N. carpetlayer, h 183 Easton ave 

— Mary, widow William, h 386 Sandford 

— Sonny, h 172 Hale 

— Staten M. brewer's agent, h 238 Somerset 
Jefferson Mahala, laundress, h 31 Guilden 

JELIN ABRAHAM, contractor, 391 George, h 310 do 

— Elizabeth, h 310 George 

JELIN MICHAEL, real estate, 391 Georg«, h 85 Bayard 

— Rachel, widow Marx, h 310 George 
Jenkins James, molder, h 117 Neilson 

— John, emp J. & Co. h 68 Welton 

Jennings Caroline Q. widow Benjamin, h S^ Dennis 

— Edgar J. driver, h 93 Delevan 

Jensen Christian, barber, 79 Throop ave. h Milltown 

— Nicholas, dairyman, h 18 French 
jernee James W. laborer, h 8^ Morrell 

JET WHITE LAUNDRY (Arneil & MacPterson, props.) 80 

Church, See adv side lines 
Jobbins D. Manley, gardener, h College Farm 
Tohanson Alfred, foreman P. R. R. h 227 Baldwin 

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Johns Mildred Mrs. h 7 Paterson 
Johnson Addie Mrs. h 229 George 

— Adele A. stenographer, h 141 Church 

— Adeline A. widow Horatio, h 141 Church 

— Albert R. prof. Rutgers College, h 94 Easton ave 

— Alfred B. h 136 Livingston ave 

— Alfred B. jr. student, h 136 Livingston ave 

JOHNSON ALFRED W. grocer, 157 Neilson, and mfr. beef 
slicing machines, 243 Burnet, h 157 Neilson 

— Archibald, musician, h 149 Baldwin 
— ■ Arthur D. woodworker, h 206 New 

— Charles B. h 100 French 

— Edward ( Rev. ) prof. Theological Seminary, h Seminary pi 

— Edward C. salesman, h 157 Neilson 

— Edward F. h Seminary pi 

JOHNSON E. P. dealer in agricultural implements, Easton ave. 
Rural Route No. 6. See adv p xxxiv 

— Frederick, mason, h 265 Comstock 

JOHNSON GEORGE D. sec. and asst. editor Daily and Weekly 
Times, h 298 Redmond 

— H. Peter, butcher, h 313 Townsend 

— James W. vice pres. Johnson & Johnson and pres. Neverslip 

Mfg. Co. h 17 Union 

— John, emp J. & J. h 30 Plum 

— Joseph D. h 116 Bayard 

— Leslie P. broker N. Y. h 136 Livingston ave 

— Louis N. machinist, h 141 Church 

— Margaret B. h Seminary pi 

— Mary E. h 106 Somerset 

— Mary E. clerk, h 157 Neilson 

— Miranda, dressmaker, h 134 Church 

— Oscar, h Bleecker pi 

— Patrick H. coachman, h 271 Delevan 

— Peter, driver, h 12 Morris 

— Robert, emp Ives Needle Co. h 19 New 

JOHNSON ROBERT W. pres. Johnson & Johnson, and vice 
pres. Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 38 College ave 

— Rudolph, laborer, h 156 Remsen ave 

— Sarah, widow Oscar, h Bleecker pi 

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Johnson William E. engineer, h 124 Neilson 

JOHNSON & JOHNSON, mfg. chemists, Neilson ab Hamilton. 

Robert W. Johnson, pres. ; James W. Johnson, vice pres. ; 

Charles A. McCormick, treas.; Frank R. Jones, sec. See 

adv top lines 
Johnston Blanche M. teacher, h 158 Somerset 

— James H. piano veneerer, h 48 Albany 
Joiner Franklin, h The Bayard 

Jonas Amelia W. h 80 Delafield 

— Annie J. h 80 Delafield 

— Elizabeth A. h 80 Delafield 

— George C. emp Neverslip Co. h 56 Delafield 

— Harriet, widow August, h 56 Delafield 

— John W. clerk, h 56 Delafield 

— Louis, carpenter, h 80 Delafield 

— Minnie B. h 80 Delafield 

JONES A. JEFFERSON, sec. and treas. N. B. Trust Co. h 269 
George 

— Catharine M. h 342 Hale 

— Charles H. butcher, h 213 Hamilton 

— "Edward, laborer, h 52 Albany 

— Edward, peddler, h 146 Burnet 

— Ernest, h 154 Townsend 

^ Frank, conductor, h 103 Neilson 

JONES FRANK R. sec. Johnson & Johnson, h 1 Elm Row . 

— Frank R. ijiachinist, h 76 Hassart 

— Hannah Mrs. h 122 Easton ave 

— James, emp P. R. R. h 28 Lawrence 

— John, waiter, h 179 Church 

— John C. driver, h 10 Prospect 

— John H. h 46 French 

— John W. meat, 8 French, h 213 Hamilton 

— John W. painter, h 128 Bayard 

— Norman, plumber, h 46 French 

— Peter, fish, 63 Hiram, h 53 do 

- — Susan J. widow Samuel, h 10 Brown 

— Warren S. butcher, h 152 Somerset 

JORDAN ALVA T. (New Brunswick Hygienic Milk Co.) h 
Adelaide ave. H. P. 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
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Jordan Ellen, widow Williani, h 176 Albany 

— James, driver, h 248 Easton ave 

— Joseph A. motorman, h 176 Albany 

— Mary A. dressmaker, 176 Albany, h do 
Jordt Peter, foreman, h 216 Suydam 

Josephs Michael, varieties, 132 Easton ave. h do 

Joslyn Frank L. locksmith, 2 Schuyler, h 46 Livingston ave 

Josten Charles N. tailor, 56 Albany, h 58 do 

Joyce E. B. (Rev.) rector Christ Epis. Church, h 56 Bayard 

— James, mason, h 121 Bayard 
Juhasz Joseph, saloon, 20 Somerset, h do 

— Louis, saloon, 299 Neilson, h do 
Julian Mary, h 42 Somerset 

— Milton, cigars, 8 Church, h 24 Paterson 
Juronics Joseph, pool, 263 Neilson, h do 
Jutkewitz Alexander, bricklayer, h 194 Burnet 

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Kadi Gabriel, emp J. & J. h 36 Central ave 

Kadishevtz Benjamin, peddler, h 58 Hiram 

Kahler Louis E. h Fulton nr Commercial ave 

Kahn Philip, laces and dress trimmings, 41 Church, h do 

Kahrmann Charles F. draftsman, h 128 Paterson • 

— George F. machinist, h 128 Paterson 

— Robert, machinist, h 128 Paterson 

— Robert C. designer, h 128 Paterson 
Kalfen Flerman, huckster, h 142 Burnet 

— Louis, baker, 144 Burnet, h do 

Kallay Michael, photographer, 61 French, h do 

Kalle Joseph, laborer, h 250 Neilson 

Kalli Nami, h 80 Schureman 

Kalteissen G. Adrian, paper boxes, h 126 College ave 

— Henry, paper boxes, h 126 College ave 

KALTEISSEN PETER paper box mfr. 16-22 Bartlett, h 126 

College ave. See adv p xix 
Kane Anna, h 39 Union 

— Catharine B. bookkeeper, h 107 Richardson 

— Jean C. bookkeeper, h 105 Richardson 



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Kane John B. machinist, h 9 Prospect 

— Mary A. h 105 Richardson 

— Michael J. phimber, h 244 Easton ave 

— Thomas A. pkimber, h 105 Richardson 

— Timothy J. engineer, h 105 Richardson" 

— Wilham A. stenographer J. & J. h 9 Prospect 

— William S. engineer, h 9 Prospect 
Kapancze Imre, rubberworker, h 10 1 Washington 
Kaplan Samuel, peddler, h 2"/ John 
Kappelman Jacob, peddler, h 156 Burnet 

— Samuel, peddler, h 156 Burnet 
Karakas John, laborer, h 14 Somerset 
Karl Gertrude, widow, h 54 Guilden 

— • William, rubberworker, h 54 Guilden 

KasarHa Michael, laborer, h 16 Somerset 

Kass William, bricklayer, h 26 Easton ave 

Kautz Gerda W. widow George H. h 20 Duke 

Kauzmann Francis J. h 18 Prospect 

KAY THOMAS (Thomas Kay & Son) h Highland Park 

KAY THOMAS & SON (Thomas and William A.) pianos, 11 

Paterson 
KAY WILLIAM A. (Thomas Kay & Son) h 142 Somerset 
Kearney Catharine A. machine operator, h 53 Remsen ave 

— Jessie F. widow Hugh J. h 53 Remsen ave 

— Mae A. h 53 Remsen ave 

— William L. mgr. Postal Tel. Cable Co. h 53 Remsen ave 
Keefe Catharine, emp J. & J. h 181 Albany 

— 'Ellen, widow William, h 195 Hamilton 

— Hugh F. print cutter, h 264 Hamilton 

— James, plumber, h 12 Throop ave 

— James T. emp J. & Co. h no Hamilton 

— John T. blockcutter, h 50 Morrell 

— Margaret G. h 195 Hamilton 

— Mary, widow John, h no Hamilton 

— Nellie, boxmaker, h 195 Hamilton 

— William A. salesman, h 195 Hamilton 

— William T. emp J. & Co. h 112 Hamilton 
Keene Marie, emp J. & J. h 166 New 
Keetch John, rubberworker, h 99 Comstock 



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Kehoe Aiden, tiremaker, h 58 Guilden 

— James, gardener, h 184 Redmond 

— James jr. electrician, h 184 Redmond 

— John, emp J. & J. h 184 Redmond 

— Kate, emp J. & J. h 184 Redmond 
Keidel Andrew, gardener, h 21 Hartwell 
— ^Anna, school teacher, h 21 Hartwell 
— ^Prederick, h 21 Hartwell 

Keifer Jacob, h 45 Delafield 

— John, rubberworker, h 267 Seaman 

— John H. jr. stenographer, h 267 Seaman 
Kellenberg Frederick, emp J. 8z J. h 146 Bayard 
Keller , h 170 Hamilton 

— Albert, emp Ives Needle Co. h 276 Delevan 

— Clara E. h 29 Division 

— Fannie E. widow John, h 29 Division 

— Frederick, printer, h 206 George 

— George J. pipefitter, h 4 Jersey ave 

— John J. cabinetmaker, h 4 Jersey ave 

— John W. insurance agent, h 28 John 

— Louis, h 16 Condict 

— Oran, student, h 206 George 

— Philip, pianomaker, h 31 John 

— Richard F. agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 40 Railroad ave 

— Ruth M. h 29 Division 

Kellett James, saloon, 36 New, h do 
Kelley Cornelia Mrs. h 142 George 

— Edward, h 131 French 

— John A. foreman C. F. Jar Co. h 43 Division 

— Peter, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 43 Division 
Kelly Alice, widow Patrick, h 8 Alexander 

— Ann, widow Michael, h 346 Handy 

— Annie, cigar packer, h 28 Alexander 

— Catharine, h 8 Alexander 

— Catharine, widow, h 2 Mine 

— Catharine C. teacher, h 346 Handy 

— Cecelia, teacher, h 20 Alexander 

— Charles, carpenter, h 346 Handy 

— Christopher F. dry goods, 108 Easton ave. h do 

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Kelly David, pilot, h 9^ Hassart 

— Dennis, laborer, h 85 Morrell 

— Edward F. (Kelly & Son) h 39 Stone 

— Evelyn C. stenographer, h 20 Alexander 

— George A. clerk, h 188 Easton ave 

— James, laborer, h 28 Alexander 

— James A. mason, h 28 Alexander 

— James F. laborer, h 346 Handy 

— James H. foreman, h 20 Alexander 

— Jane, clerk, h 20 Alexander 

— John, fireman, h 124 Burnet 

— John J. driver N.J. Tob. Co. h Benner nr Second Ave. H. P. 

— Joseph A. engineer, h 12 Abeel 

— Joseph F. bartender, h 11 1 Easton ave 

— Joseph P. police sergeant, h 12 Abeel 

— Keiran P. saloon, 109 Easton ave. h 1 11 do 

— Lawrence A. telegrapher, h 39 Stone 

— Margaret N. milliner, h 20 Alexander 

— Mary A. h 346 Handy 
^- Mary E. h in Easton ave 

— Morgan F. pilot, h 12 Abeel 

— Patrick (Kelly & Son) h 39 Stone 

— Terence P. pipefitter, h 28 Alexander 

— Theresa L. emp J. & J. h 20 Alexander 

— Thomas J. laborer, h 161 Hamilton 

— Thomas J. jr. emp rubber works, h 161 Hamilton 

— William, h 66 Guilden 

— William H. driver, h 161 Burnet 

— & Son (Patrick and Edward F.) contractors, 39 Stone 
Kelusia Andrew, cigarmaker, h 221 Hamilton 

Kemlo Elizabeth, school teacher, h 265 Suydam 

— Emilie F. V. school teacher, h 265 Suydam 
Kemp Bridget, h 18 Codwise ave 

— Jeremiah, laborer, h 262 Drift 

— John T. (Curran & Kemp) and street commissioner, Vieh- 

mann Bldg. h 145 Church 
Kempton Catharine, widow Peter, h 17 John 

— Harriet, clerk, h 221 George 

— Irving, h 76 Neilson 

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Kempton Lydia, widow Peter, h ']6 Neilson 

— Marion, h 221 George 

— Wesley R. salesman, h 221 George 
Kennedy Ellen, h 24 Prosper 

— George, gardener, h Woodlawn Lodge 

— John, foreman, h 78 Bayard 

— Mary, h 24 Prosper 

— Mary, h 301 Townsend 
Kenney Augusta R. h 36 Division 

— James J. gardener, h 32 Division 

— Rose A. h 36 Division 

— Thomas R. salesman, h 36 Division 

Kenny Garrett W. news agt. P. R. R. station, h 38 Sicard 

— Garrett W. jr. clerk, h 38 Sicard 

— Margaret R. h 38 Sicard 
Kent Adeline B. clerk, h 225 Hale 

— Ann E. Mrs. h 225 Townsend 

— Building, 389 George 

— Clayton, bookkeeper, h 225 Townsend 

— Edwin V. paying teller, h 225 Townsend 

— Ella G. widow Charles W. h 253 Suydam 

— Henry B. pres. C. F. Jar Co. h 39 Union 

— John V. bookkeeper, h 225 Redmond 

— Susan, widow John, h 156 Remsen ave 

— Susan F. widow Nahum, h 225 Hale 
Kenyon Charles, clerk, h 114 Bayard 

— George H. dyemaker, h yy Richardson 

— Johnson, foreman, h 78 Bayard 
Kern Augustus, clerk, h 26 Abeel 

— John, laborer, h 50 John 

Kerns EH T. bookkeeper, h 164 New 

— West, machinist, h 16 French 
Kershmer Benjamin, clerk, h 197 Burnet 

— Harry, clerk, h 197 Burnet 

— Morris, dry goods, 197 Burnet, h do 
Kerwin Anna T. h 116 French 

— Edward, h 184 Seaman 

— Henrv J. gardener, h Landing la nr George 
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KERWIN JOHN F. & CO. contractors and engineers, 46-48 
Paterson. John F. Kerwin, pres.; James A. McElroy, sec. 
and treas. 

— Mary A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h ii6 French 

— Owen, h 182 Seaman 

— Patrick, h 116 French 

— WiUiam F. emp J. & J. h 136 Redmond 
Kessler August, carpenter, h 178 George 
Keszler Anton (Krohn & Keszler) h 184 Burnet 
Ketz Jacob, fruits, h 232 Neilson 

— Morris, salesman, h 232 Neilson 

— Nathan, photographer, h 61 French 

— Rose, dry goods, 232 Neilson, h do 

Keuper Joseph F. (Rev.) pastor St. John the Baptist Church 

(German R. C.) h 20 Neilson 
Kidds Ann J. widow William, h 96 Welton 

— Anna, emp J. & Co. h 96 Welton 

— William, driver, h 96 Welton 
Kidney Annie, widow Peter, h 258 Burnet 

— Edmund A. stenographer, h 15 Bartlett 

— James F. boxmaker, h 15 Bartlett 

— Julia M. stenographer, h 15 Bartlett 
Kierka Michael, laborer, h 2 Jersey ave 
Kiessling Frank W. clerk, h 90 Throop ave 

KILBOURN CHARLES W. pres. Kilbourn Knitting Machine 
Co. h 258 Seaman 

— Edward E. pres. and treas. Kilbourn Mfg. Corp. h 55 Pat- 

erson 

— Helen T. h 370 Com stock 

— Henrv G. tiremaker, h 94 Guilden 

— ■ Isaac^ supt. Kilbourn Mfg. Corp. h 370 Comstock 
KILBOURN KNITTING MACHINE CO. 63 Church. Charles 

W. Kilbourn, pres. ; John Wyckoff Mettler, vice pres. and 

treas. 

— Mabel W. h 258 Seaman 

— Mfg. Corporation, Somerset c Bethany. Edward E. Kil- 

bourn, pres. and treas. ; John Erickson, sec. ; Isaac W. 
Kilbourn, supt. 
Kilmer Frederick B. chemist J. & J. h 147 College ave 

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King Block, 312-322 Burnet 

— Florence D. cashier, h t,t, Church 

— George, shoes, 31 Church, h do 

— Isaac H. driver, h 250 Neilson 

— John, motorman, h 127 Paterson 

— John F. cashier, h 343 Seaman 

— Julia, presser, h 16 Throop ave 

— Lenabelle, h 33 Church 

— Lewis H. painter, h 16 Guilden 

Kinney Agnes M. stenographer, h 39 Wyckoff 

— John J. mason, h 45 Wvckoff 

— Nellie, h 39 Wyckofif 

— Peter F. contractor, 39 Wyckoff, h do 

Kinports Carrie V. widow Harry B. h 24 Kirkpatrick 

— D. M. Vail, clerk N. B. Savings Inst, h 24 Kirkpatrick 
Kinsey Eva C. h 343 Handy 

— George V. T. painter, h 292 Seaman 

— John W. h 178 Throop ave 

— Joseph, tiremaker, h 22 Alexander 

— William H. machinist, h 343 Handy 
Kinslow John J. foreman, h 28 Richmond 
Kirby Frank B. mariner, h 244 Somerset 
Kirk David, grocer, 66 Lee ave. h do 

— ^Wiilliam H. prof. Rutgers College, h 35 Mine 
KIRKPATRICK J. BAYARD, insurance agent and broker, 356 
George, h 94 College ave. See adv back cover 

— J. Bayard jr. h 94 College ave 

— Laura B. h 94 College ave 
Kiss Daniel, h 40 Somerset 

— Mary, midwife, 130 Paterson. h do 
Kirkpatrick Andrew, insurance, h 94 College ave 
Kitchenmeister Addie E. florist, 78 Albany and Fifth ave. H. P. 
Kjersgaard John, restaurant. 407 George, h 231 Neilson 
KLEIN HENRY G. mgr. Raritan House, h do 

— Jacob, painter. 6 Brown, h do 

— John, emp Adams Express Co. h 12 Robinson 

— Joseph, h 12 Robinson 

— Joseph, rubberworker. h Somerset c French 



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KLEIN JOSEPH D. mgr. New Jersey Tobacco Co. 30-32 Albany, 
h New York 

— Michael, laborer, h 83 Jersey ave 
KLEIN PETER F. mgr. Raritan House, h do 

— Peter A. labors, h 316 Seaman 
Kline Frank, sexton, h 48 Hassart 

— Fred, shoemaker, h 48 Hassart 

Knaus Mary C. rubberworker, h 23 Schureman 

— Matthias, forennan, h 23 Schureman 

- — Tessie C. dressmaker, 23 Schureman, h do 
Knecht Frederick, h 20 John 

Kneib Charles W. rubberworker, h 17 Richmond 
--Elizabeth, h 17 Richmond 

— Rudolph, rubberworker, h 17 Richmond 
Knights of King Arthur, club rooms, 356 George 
Knodle E. R. teacher, h 66 Bayard 

Knoll Frank A. cigarmaker, h 136 Suydam 

— Jacob, carrier P. O. h 81 Throop ave 

— John H. baker, 176 Easton ave, h do 

— Margaret, widow John, h 81 Throop ave 
Knox Anna R. h 58 Bayard 

— John, h 136 Throop ave 

- — Merritt, emp P. R. R. h 136 George 

— Susan V. h 58 Bayard 

— William W., D.D. (Rev.) pastor First Presbyterian Church, 

h 58 Bayard 
Koblenzer Hugo. sec. and treas. The New Brunswick Chemical 

Co. h JJ Bishop 
Koch Charles C. driver, h 184 Suydam 
Kocher Frederick J. h 10 French 

— Joseph, saloon, 12 French, h 10 do 
Koctock John, laborer, h 35 Easton ave 
Koenig Josephine A. cigarmaker, h 146 Bayard 
Kogon Isaac, emp Hos. Co. h 96 Welton 
Kohlhapp Katrina, widow Conrad, h 54 Bartlett 

— ]\Iagdalena, boxmakcr, h 54 Bartlett 
Kohlhepp A. Isabel, student, h 216 Handy 

— Jolin, collector, h 117 Bayard 

— Kathrine. widow George F. h 216 Handy 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SWdIYvSIs brick, lime, cement, plaster 

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Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
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Kohlhepp Marguerite E. student, h 216 Handy 

— William H. barber, 146 Neilson, h 62 Schureman 

— William H. emp J. &^ C. h 26^^ Morrell 
Kohllepp George H. insurance agt. h 91 Delevan 
Kohn Ignatz, cigarmaker, h 42 Easton ave 
Kohut John, pool, 24 Somerset, h do 

Kojez Joseph, laborer, h 25 French 

Koji George, laborer, h 15 Harvey 

Kolb Casper, emp rubber shop, h 99 Talmadge 

— Corad, elevatorman h 100 Talmadge 

— Frank, insurance agt. h Church. Sayreville 

— George, motorman, h 40 Easton ave 

Kommaro Margaret, widow John, grocer, 82 Lee ave. h do 
Kompian Temeter, h 57 Bishop 
Konczler Matthew, laborer, h 11 Railroad ave 
Konderm.an John, ironworker, h 13 Hassart 

— John jr. tiremaker, h 13 Hassart 

Konstantakos Geo. bootblack, 124 Albany, h Hiram c Dennis 

Kontrat Steve, laborer, h 11 Condict 

Koop Frederick H. confectioner, 37 Church, h do 

— Henry F. insurance agt. h 37 Church 
Koreny Julia, widow John, h 311 Townsend 
Ivorn Frederick C. h 11 1 Comstock 
Kornbluth Benjamin, tailor, 90 Church 
Kosi Charles, moulder, h 12 Plum 
--.Stephen, moulder, h 12 Plum 

Kosoflf Harry, h 212 Burnet 
Kovack Julius, laborer, h 195 Albany 
Kovacs Joseph, butcher, 115 French, h do 

— Martin, buttonmaker, h 70 Guilden 
Kovatch Joseph, laborer, h 24 Plum 
Kovatz Charles, laborer, h 58 Easton ave 

— James, laborer, h 119 French 

Kozer Theresa, boarding, 7 Harvey, h do 
Krajizar George, cigarmaker, h 119 French 
Kramer Annie E. h 306 Redmond 

— Henry C. shoes, h 264 Handy 

— Peter', h 138 Burnet 

— Samuel, foreman Mid. Shoe Co. h 306 Redmond 



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Krank Adam, tiremaker, h 171 Redmond 
Krauser John, emp rubber shop, h 136 Neilson 
Krauss Adam jr. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 262 Handy 

— Frances, h 106 Commercial ave 

— Frances Mrs. h 106 Commercial ave 

— Morris, tailor, 57 French, h do 

— Nicholas, cigarmaker, h 34 Robinson 
Kransz Samuel, barber, 249 Neilson, h do 
Kregeloh Max. insurance agt. h 14 ThroOp ave 
Kreger John, clerk, h 251 French 

— Patrick, clerk, h 251 French 
Kreiger William, driver, h 170 Albany 

KREIGER WILLIAM, supt. cigar factory, h Adelaide ave. 

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Kreyling Anna U. h 397 Sandford . 

— Benjamin, butcher, h 397 Sandford 
Kridu Andreas, laborer, h 171 Burnet 
Krieger Peter, cigarmaker, h 115 Albany 
Krier Lizzie, h 13 Hassart 

— Peter, tiremaker, h 13 Hassart 

Krohn John ( Krohn & Keszler) h ys Burnet 

— & Keszler (John Krohn and Anton Keszler) butchers, 184 

Burnet 
Kroll Freda L. h 170 Somerset 
Kronemeyer August, blacksmith, h 107 Handy 

— John, blacksmith, h 107 Handy 
Krosensha Annie, widow, h 29 Prospect 
Krueger Samuel (Krueger & Breitkopf) h Trenton 

— & Breitkopf (Samuel Kreuger and David Breitkopf), pawn- 

brokers, 35-37 Albany 
Krupp Michael, rubberworker, h 35 Hassart 
Krunsansky Anthony, h 396 Sandford 
Kubler Got'lieb, bake'r, h 53 Baldwin 
Kuehnle Edwin F. h 137 Livingston ave 

— George H. bus. N. Y. h 137 Livingston ave 

— Gertrude W. h 137 Livingston ave 

— William L. h 137 Livingston ave 
KuliTkTn Frederick, printer, h 78 Lee ave 

Kuhlthau Charles H. (Schlosser & Kuhlthau) h 218 George 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <a Talmadge St. 



General Gontracior 

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Building Moving. Telephony 



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Kuhlthau Ernest, h 27 Guilden 

KUHN GEORGE J. SR. cigar mfr. and dealer, h 269 George 
KTTHN GEORGE J. JR. fine cigars; my motto: quality; 356 
George, h 269 Seaman 

— Mary A. stenographer, h 28 Prosper 

— Norah E. h 28 Prosper 

— William, h 80 Guilden 

— William G. jeweler, h 28 Prosper 

Kummel Henry B. prof. Rutgers College, h Trenton, N. J. 
Kummer Annie, widow Michael, h 57 Seaman 
Kunzmann Christina, widow Andrew, h 312 George 
Kurusski Amanda, h 27 Neilson 

— Annie, h 27 Neilson 

— Laura Mrs. h 27 Neilson 

— Max, rubberworker, h 2'j Neilson 
Kuror James, laborer, h 13^/2 Condict 
Kutos Rose, h 6 Plum 



LaBar Catharine, widow John, h 175 Redmond 

— Frank, bookkeeper, h 255 Handy 

— Henry B. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 154 Welton 

— John J. painter, h 175 Redmond 
— 'William, printer, h 175 Redmond 

LaBone Elizabeth, widow W. Wallace, h 379 Delevan 

— George, papermaker, h Delevan nr Jones ave 

— George, printer, h 23 Liberty 

— Margaret Mrs. h 64 John 

— Matthew, motorman, h 23 Liberty 

— Sarah, widow George, h 124 Albany 

— William H. laborer, h 99 Burnet 

Laboratory Rutgers College, Hamilton c Bleecker pi 

Lack Harry, emp J. & J. h 70 College ave 

Lacrouts John, h 144 Bayard 

Lacsik Joseph, grocer, jj French, h do 

Ladley George W. emp P. R. R. h 98 Easton ave 

— Mary E. h 98 Easton ave 

— ■ Richard, painter, h 98 Easton ave 



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LaFontaine Beatrice, cigarmaker, h 157 Church 
LaForge George A. drug clerk, h 47 Drift 

— Jennie M. widow Charles E. h 47 Drift 
Lagerstedt Anna J. stenographer^ h 359 George 

— Charles A. tailor, h 359 George 
Lahey Joseph A. h 84 Delafield 
Lahr Frank, barber, h 97 Throop ave 

Laird Hannah, widow Alexander, h 53 Neilson 
LAKE CHEMICAL CO. Ill Carroll pi. W. H. Lake, pres.; Wil- 
liam F. Gulick, vice pres.; Louis A. Voorhees, sec. and 
treas.. See adv top lines 

— Robert D. gardener, h 184 Handy 
-^Thomas R. G. painter, 331 Townsend, h do 
LAKE W. H. pres. Lake Chemical Co. h Keyport, N. J. 
Lally John F. emp P. R. R. h 66 Richardson 

— John F. student, h 167 Hamilton 
. — Martin J. solderer, h 58 Guilden 

— Mary, widow Martin, h 167 Hamilton 

— May L. h 167 Hamilton 

— Michael, h 167 Hamilton 

— WilHam J. printer, h 167 Hamilton 
Lambert Ashley, carpenter, h 31 Albany 

— Charles, emp J. & J. h 231 Codwise ave 

— Charles W. clerk, h 231 Codwise ave 

— Frederick, h 141 Codwise ave 

LAMBERT GEORGE H. sec. Janeway & Carpender, h 209 

Townsend 
— ■ Martha M. widow David, h 28 Lawrence 
Lamey Frank, clerk, h 2;^ Bayard 
Lammertz Annie, widow George, h 125 Somerset 

— Ernest C. bookkeeper, h 125 Somerset 
Landahl Henry H. emp Buttler's, h 32 Renisen ave 
Landmesser August T. auditor, h 25 Albany 

— Bertha M. h 25 Albany 

— Charles, cigars, 63 Albany, h do 

— Florence E. h 25 Albany 

LANDMESSER FREDERICK A. barber, 65 Albany, h do 

— George C. emp N. J. Tobacco Co. h 63 Albany 

— William, h 63 Albany 

The HURLEY SHOE for MEN at $5.00 

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Laiidrum John, restaurant, 60 Hiram, h do 
LANDSBERG HENRY (The Landsberg Store) h 84 Church 
LANDSBERG STORE (THE) (Henry Landsberg) 386-392 
George. See adv p xv 

Landthaler Elizabeth, widow Louis, h 69 Schureraan 

— Frank A. emp needle factory, h 69 Schureman 

— Laura M. h 69 Schureman 

— "Margaret, cigarmaker, h 69 Schureman 
Lane Augustus, mason, h 184 Hale 

— ■ Bertha E. bookkeeper, h 270 Redmond 

— Blanche C. dressmaker, h 270 Redmond 

— Edward E. foreman J. & J. h 270 Redmond 

— Harry J. solicitor Pub. Ser. Corp. h 33 French 

— Lizzie, domestic, h 186 Hamilton 

Lang Anna P. bookkeeper, h 203 Livingston ave 

— Charles, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 188 Seaman 

— Charles D. stenographer, h 203 Livingston ave 

— Charles P. sales agt. Fleischmann Co. h 203 Livingston ave 
Langstaff Isaac W. carpenter, h 30 Schureman 

Lani Jacob, rubberworker, h 20 Richmond 
— ■ Peter, rubberworker, h 20 Richmond 
Lapelie Michael, junk, 309 Commercial ave. h do 
LaRosa Giacomo (LaSala & LaRosa) h 148 French 
Larsen Christian, photographer, bds 134 Church 
LaSala Vlto (l^aSala & LaRosa) h 148 French 

— & LaRosa (Yito LaSala and Giacomo LaRosa) shoemakers, 

148 French 
Latham Aimee E. clerk, h 208 Townsend 

— B. Harrison, barber, h 36 Jersey ave 

LATHAM CHARLES R. sec. and treas. H. V. Oliver Cantract- 
ing Co. h Hassart c Welton 

— Frank E. barber, 99 Albany, h 14 Drift 

— John C. emp Hos. Co. h 192 Easton ave 

— John C. machinist, h 208 Townsend 

— Samuel W. confectioner, h 196 Albany 

— William H. carrier P. O. h 217 Handy 

— William Henry, carrier P. O. h 196 Albany 

— William H. jr. emp P. S. Corp. h 217 Handy 
Latourette Susan A. widow Abram, h 147 Suydam 



N6W BrunswicK GaraoB 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Agent for Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



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Lauber G. Otto T. bookkeeper N. J. Tobacco Co. h H. P. 
Laudenburg- Elizabeth, widow Michael, cigars, 274 Burnet, h do 

— Michael, cigars, 274 Burnet, h 38 Bayard 
Lauer John, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 80 Senior 

— John, tiremaker, h 47 Richardson 

— Nicholas, h 47 Richardson 

LAURIE ISRAEL (New Brunswick Iron and Metal Co.) h 

187 Remsen ave 
LaVere Charles D. emp J. & C. h 295 Baldwin 
Lavin Annie, h 30 Bethany 

LAWRENCE EDWARD, sec. Janeway & Co. h 80 Somerset 
LAWRENCE JOHN, treas. Janeway & Co. h 286 Redmond 

— William M. h 80 Somerset 

Lawson William H. carpenter, h 353 Somerset 
Lawyer Benjamin, carpenter, h 14 Bayard 
Layden John, h 54 Division 

— Mary, h 54 Division 
Layton Alfred, h 129 Suydam 

— Charles H. hostler, h 40 Easton ave 

— Edward, h 54 Abeel 

— Edward, h 129 Suydam 

— Stella, h 40 Easton ave 

— William, h 129 Suydam 

— William H. laborer, h 40 Easton ave 
Lazok Paul, machinist, h 36 Central ave 
Lea Ernest, machinist, h 59 Burnet 

— May, milliner, h 61 Burnet 

— Thomas, machinist, Outlet Lock, h 61 Burnet 
Leach Harry J. blockcutter, h 229 George 

— Michael, blockcutter, h 229 George 

— Rachel, widow George, lodgings, 48 Albany, h do 
Leary Charles H. carpenter, h 256 Sandford 

— Edward, carpenter, h 21 Prospect 

— Elizabeth, widow Michael, h 61 Guilden 

— E. May, h 299 Powers 

— Fannie, h 175 New 

— Florence L h 299 Powers 

— Frank A. h 21 Prospect 

— Jennie, h 175 New 

LYONS 6c Pf\RKBR, 

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Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



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Leary Katherine, emp J. & J. h 21 Prospect 

— Mary T. h 21 Prospect 

— Michael H. laborer, h 21 Prospect 

— Peter, propertyman, h 21 Prospect 

LEARY WILLIAM E, builder, 299 Powers. See adv p xiv 
LEARY WILLIAM E. sec and treas. Empire Foundry Co. h 299 

Powers 
LEDERER MAX M. (Samuel Lederer & Son) h 110 Bayard 
LEDERER SAMUEL (Samuel Lederer & Son) h 110 Bayard 
LEDERER SAMUEL & SON (Samuel and Max M.) hides, tal- 
lows, etc. Somerset nr Mile Run Brook and Burnet nr city 
limits. See adv below 
Lee Frank, driver, h i8 Railroad ave 
— ^ Frederick M. emp J. & C. h 2ii Baldwin 

— Hannah, widow John, h 19 Hardenbergh 

— Henry, h 1 14 Hamilton 

— Joseph H. h 14 Scott 

— Linette E. student, h 153 College ave 

— Richard H. quartermaster, h 153 College ave 

— Robert cook, h 86 Paterson 

— Sing, laundry, 53 Dennis, h do 

— Thomas H. treas. India Rubber Co. h New York 
— ^ William H. laborer, h 18 Railroad ave 



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Lee, William R. dyer, h 153 College ave 
Leech, Stiles & Co. opticians, 381 George 
Lefferts Frederick W. emp P. R. R. h 35 Robinson 

— George, clerk, h 204 Easton ave 

— Henry D. B. tires, h Nichol ave c Suydam 

— John F. h 31 Courtlandt 

— William F. clerk, h 31 Courtlandt 

LeForge Anna A. widow Eugene M. h 29 Morris 

— Eugenia M. h 29 Morris 

— Frank J. shipping clerk Ives Needle Wks. h 29 Morris 
Leiberman Isaac, clerk, h 132 Neilson 

Leiman Jacob, tailor, h 17 Albany 

Leiner Joseph, laborer, h 2y French 

Leitenberg Louis, conductor P. R. R. h 276 Handy 

Leitheiser Frank H. clerk, h 181 New 

— Helma H. stenographer, h 181 New 

— Louis A. barber, 44 Paterson, h 181 New 

— Mary, h 227 Livingston ave 

Lemon Edward, hod carrier, h 106 Burnet 
Lenhart Carrie, widow xA.dam, h ^t, Codwise ave 

— Edward, emp Ives Needle Co. h 33 Codwise ave 

— Luke F. laborer, h 116 Paterson 

— Maurice, h 114 Guilden 
Lenhart William, driver, h 84 Ray 
Lenney Joseph, jeweler, h 16 Hartwell 
Lens Ernest W. machinist, h 212 Handy 

— John, emp J. & J. h 21 Senior 

— Nicholas, sashmaker, h 174 Commercial ave 

— Theresa, widow Nicholas, h 56 Bartlett 

— Wilhelmina, emp J. & J. h 56 Bartlett 
Leon Louis M. h 350 Seaman 

LEONARD ELMER E. vice pres. Cronk Mfg. Co. h 197 George 

— William M. engineer, h Nichol ave opp Delevan 
Lepine Nathaniel G. carpenter, h 21 Codwise ave 
Leposa Nicholas, baker, 120 Somerset, h 144 Church 
Leppert Aaron, baker, loi French, h do 

— Catharine, widow Paul, h 50 Seaman 

— Charles, emp Neverslip Co. h 36 Schureman 

— Edith M. h loi French 



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OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

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74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, IS. J. 

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Leppert Edward T. temperer, h 21 Neilson 

— George F. saloon, 128 Remsen ave. h do 

— Harry E. baker, h 343 Seaman 

— Helen, student, h 50 Seaman 

— John, baker, h 168 Commercial aye 

— Mabel, emp Hos. Co. h 46 Hiram 

— William M. saloon, 48 Lee ave. h do 
Lerch Gottlieb, tailor, h 45 Dennis 
Lesko John, laborer, h 335 Delevan 
Leskoe Paul, laborer, h 25 Wyckoff 
Lester Emma A. h 7 Bartlett 

— Theodore R. print cutter, h 21 Senior 

— Theodore R. D. h 7 Bartlett 

Letts John T. grocery clerk, h 198 George 

— Mary, widow George, h 290 Suydam 
Leupp John H. h iii Albany 

— William H. h 109 Albany 

Levenson Jacob, confections, 272 Burnet, h do 

— Samuel, painter, 36 Schureman, h do 
Leverich Grace D. h c George and Bayard 

Levi Abraham, clothing, 302 Burnet, h Perth Amboy 
Levin Abraham, ladies' furnishings, 10 Church, h 12 do 

— Harry, peddler, h 53 John 

— Mollie, tailor, 15 Easton ave. h do 

— Samuel L. real estate, 361 George 

— Wolfif, h 56 Hiram 

Levine Benjamin, dry goods, 242 Burnet, h 240 do 

— Hillel, janitor, h 14^ Neilson 

— Reuben, junk, y'j Neilson, h 13 Commercial ave 
Levins William, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 21 Plum 
Lewine Marks, milliner, 9 Church, h 92 Paterson 
Lewis Bessie Mrs. h 24 John 

— George, asst. supt. Hos. Co. h 122 Bayard 

— George H. carpenter, h 25^ Bartlett 

— Harry E. h 221 George 

— James, h 43 Neilson 

— John T. janitor, h 221 George 

— Joseph V. prof. Rutgers College, h Hertzog Hall 

— Julia, widow August, h 60 Handy 

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Lewis Mary, widow Edmund, h 30 James 

— Robert E. teacher, h 230 Hamilton 

— R. Wilbur, bookkeeper, h 221 George 

— William E. h 30 James 

Lewiske Frank, teamster, h 66 Lee ave 
Ley Elizabeth, widow Frank, h 4 Bethany 

— Fannie, h 4 Bethany 

— Frank, emp Hos. Co. h 4 Bethany 

Libby Frank Wyman, sales mgr. Michelin Tire Co. h 53 Pat- 

erson 
Liberty Hose Co. No. i, 313 George 
Lieb Kate, h 64 John 

Lieberum Charles, machinist, h 135 Church 
Ligons Ronia, slater, h 187 Comstock 

Lincoln School, 49-57 Guilden. Grace E. March, principal 
Lindenmann George F. rubber cutter, h 176 Commercial ave 

— John J. rubber cutter, h 176 Commercial ave 

— William, machinist, h 31 Courtlandt 
Linder Frank, carpenter, h 57 John 
Lindley Emily C. h 193 Livingston ave 

— Luke D. accountant, h 193 Livingston ave 

— Samuel S. h 193 Livingston ave 

LINDNER OTTO F. contractor and builder, Montgomery nr 

Third ave. H. P. 
Lindsley R. V. milliner, 21 Bayard, h do 
Linkofsky Carrie, widow Andrew, h 182^2 Albany 
Lins Adam P. butcher, 73 Throop ave. h do 

— Henry, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 146 Seaman 

— Minnie, emp J. & J. h 146 Seaman 

— Philip, cigarmaker, h 146 Seaman 
Lint Michael, tiremaker, h 9 Oliver 

Lipman Jacob G. prof. Rutgers College, h 46 Livingston ave 
Lipshutz Jacob, peddler, h 53 John 
Litkenhaus Ferdinand, motorman, h 39 New 

— Oitdllie, h 39 New 

Litterst George J. (George J. Litterst & Co.) h 258 Townsend 

— George J. & Co. men's furnishings, 52 Church 
LITTERST GEORGE W. sec. and treas. Middlesex Title Guar- 
antee and Trust Co. h Metuchen, N. J. 

The GOOd^y^ Aivna HeW, Large Size 

5G. Cigars^ I^ittle continental, Small Size 

'FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



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Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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Litterst G. Harry, stenographer, h 258 Townsend 

LITTLE GERMAN CAFE, 79 Albany. Joseph J. Stahlin, prop. 

Littleton Charles C. treas. Bijou Theatre, h 159 Church 

Livingston Avenue Baptist Church, Livingston ave c Welton. 
Rev. A. B. Sears, pastor 

Livingston High School, Livingston ave bet Welton and Red- 
mond. Plenrv Miller, principal 

LIVINGSTON MANOR CORPORATION, Highland ave. H. P. 
Watson Whittlesey, pres. ; Vernon J. Miller, treas. 

Loblein Eldon L. veterinary surgeon, 172 Somerset, h do 

— E. Leon jr. h 172 Somerset 
Lockwood Edwin B. h 112 Bayard 

— Jeannette W. h 112 Bayard 

— Mary A. widow Louis, h 112 Bayard 

Loewe Elizabeth Mrs. grocer, 239 Commercial ave. h do 

— Ferdinand E. plumber, h 239 Commercial ave 

— Willfam, h 239 Commercial ave 
Loewenstein Moses J. men's furnishings, 89 Church 
Logan William H. laborer, h 29 New 

Lombardo Dominick, shoemaker, 4 Codwise ave. h do 

— Joseph, laborer, h 107 Delevan 

Loney Kate, widow William, h 8 Richmond 
Long Bessie H. widow John R. h 50 Neilson 

— Charles A. mason, 273 George, h do 
— ■ Charles H. h 50 Neilson 

— Elizabeth W. bookkeeper, h 50 Neilson 
— ■ Ernest, emp P. R. R. h 52 Guilden 

— Jacob, carpenter, h 58 Delafield 

— Jennie E. bookkeeper, h 300 Suydam 

— John M. h 300 Suydam 

— Katherine C. Mrs. h 17 Morris 

— Mattie A. teacher, h 50 Neilson 

— Maynard G. ice cream, 260 Drift, h do 

— Pauline A. h 22 Livingston ave 

— Samuel, physician, 22 Livingston ave. h 20 do 
Longenbine John, h 223 Handy 

Lonsman JoHn. lampmaker, h 31 Albany 

Lord Stirling School, Carman bet Neilson and Abeel. Sarah 
O. Whitlock, principal 



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Collections of Every Kind, 
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'PHONE 695 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Lortzing Lena, widow Paul, h 44 Easton ave 

Lott Eleanor S. principal Washington School, h 226 Suydam 

Lotz Joseph, horseshoer, 45 Guilden, h 47 do 

Loughlin Thomas J. h 30 'College ave 

Lounsberry Frank J. boxmaker, h 335 Seaman 

LOVATT WILLIAM G. mgnr. Mathushek & Son Piano Co. h 

108 Bayard 
Love Clarence, h 123 Lee ave 

— George W. mason, h 123 Lee ave 

— William, laborer, h 123 Lee ave 

Low Thomas R. moulder, h 51 Jersey ave 
Lowe Charles G. tilesetter, h loi Seaman 

— Elmer, foreman, h 223 Baldwin 

— John P. h loi Seaman 

— Mary J. wddow Frederick O. h 299 Seaman 

— William B. h loi Seaman 

Lowenthal Joseph, mgr. Roth & Co. h 52 Church 
Lozier Joseph, laborer, h 35 Dennis 
Lozo John, shoemaker, 73 French, h 65 do 
Luba Munzio, emp piano factory, h 86 John 
Ludlow Charles B. banker, h 145 Albany 
Ludwig Adam J. junk, 14 Richmond, h do 

— Benedict, student, h 14 Richmond 

— Cecelia V. stenographer, h 14 Richmond 

— Charles, laborer, h 51 Baldwin 

— George T. cigarmaker, K 284 Comstock 
— ^John F. cigarmaker, h 135 Suydam 

— John J. clerk, h 135 Suydam 

— Joseph H. foreman, h 216 Baldwin 

— Mary M. bookkeeper, h 14 Richmond 

— Thomas J. clerk, h 14 Richmond 

Luga Frank, cabinetmaker, h 301 Sand ford 
Lugan Pasquelle, laborer, h 107 Delevan 
Lukas Joseph, grocer, 85 French, h 79 do 
Lundqvist Carl, toolmaker, h 112 Neilson 
Lunt George W. supt. C. F. Jar Co. h 59 Morris 

— Helen R. h 59 Morris 

Lupo Frank, carpenter, h 148 Burnet 
Lupton Alice, widow William., h 182 Handy 

We Fit the Feet of Crowing Children 
With Just the sort of SHOES ^"^ VeIS""^ ^° 

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Luskin Eva, widow Samuel, h 183 Burnet 
Luszczewski Alexander, sashmaker, h 155 Throop ave 

— Walter, h 155 Throop ave 

Lutkins Maria M. widow Abraham H. h 185 Albany 
Lutz Adam, h 84 Railroad ave 

— Conrad, h 138 Somerset 

— Samuel E. machinist, h 84 Railroad ave 

— William B. clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h Raritan ave. H. P. 
Lyman Catharine, h 171 Albany 

Lynch Anna G. clerk, h 20 James 

— Annie, h 380 Comstock 

— Annie, cmp J. & J. h 264 Somerset 

— Bernard, oil, 287 Suydam, h do 

— Catharine, h 380 Comstock 

— Catharine, h 275 Neilson 

— Cecelia, h 46 Washington 

— Daniel H. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 63 Bishop 

— Edward, emp J. & J. h 264 Somerset 

— Edward, laborer, h 380 Comstock 

— Edward A. paperhanger, h 190 Redmond 

— Elizabeth, h 10 Guilden 

— Elizabeth, widow William, h 46 Washington 
— ^ Ellen, widow Thomas, h 308 Seaman 

— Frank, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 63 Bishop 

— James, laborer, h 12 Brown 

— James A. salesman, h 27 Richmond 

— James J. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 264 Somerset 

— James L. mason, h 29 Jersey ave 

— John, laborer, h 12 Brown 

— John B. laborer, h Outlet Lock 

— John F. bricklayer, h 31 Jersey ave 

— John F. emp J. & C. h 46 Washington 

— John F. watchman, h 20 James 

— John J. h TO Guilden 

— John L. machinist, h 308 Seaman 

— John T. jr. clerk, h 157 Hamilton 

— Katie A. h Outlet Lock 

— Lawrence, laborer, h 29 Jersey ave 

— Lillian, bookkeeper, h 29 Jersey ave 



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Lynch Mamie T. seamstress, h 380 Comstock 

— Margaret, h 264 Somerset 

— Margaret, h 46 Washington 

— Margaret L. emp cigar factory, h 380 Comstock 

— Mary, h 10 Guilden 

— Mary Mrs. h 63 Bishop 

— Mary, dressmaker, h 380 Comstock 

— Mary A. emp J. & J. h 264 Somerset 

— Michael, emp P. R. R. h 46 Washington 

— Patrick, harbormaster, h Outlet Lock 

— Peter J. boilermaker, h 6 James 

— Sarah, widow James, h 12 Brown 

— Thomas E. carder, h Outlet Lock 

— William P. emp J. & C. h 46 Washington 
Lyng Edwin, laborer, h 72 Commercial ave 

— George, emp J. & Co. h 72 Commercial ave 
Lyons Annie E. chiropodist, 414 George, h do 

— Annie M. h 24 Central ave 

LYONS BROS. (James A. and Michael A.) real estate and ins. 
417 George 

— Catharine V. bookkeeper, h 24 Central ave 

— Elizabeth A. emp J. & J. h 24 Central ave 

— Ella T. h 376 George 

— Helen M. cigarmaker, h 200 Hamilton 
LYONS JAMES A. (Lyons Bros.) h 94 Church 

— James A. painter, h 200 Hamilton 

— James C. bricklayer, h 61 Guilden 

— James J. h 200 Hamilton 

— John, h 38 Sicard 

— John, emp L. & B. Wks. h 85 Morrell 

— John, shoemaker, h 217 Neilson 

— John H. saloon, Outlet Lock, h do 

— John J. bartender, h r 85 Church 

— Lena M. clerk, h 376 George 

— ^ Leonora, emp Hos. Co. h 26 Stone 

— Loretta C. h 200 Hamilton 

— Luke, laborer, h 24 Central ave 

— Luke, laborer, h 85 Morrell 

— Luke J. policeman, h 200 Hamilton 

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Lyons Margaret, bookkeeper, h 26 Stone 

— Mary A. Mrs. h 29 Schureman 

— Mary A. widow John, h 26 Stone 

— Mary A. cigarmaker, h 200 Hamilton 

— Mary S. emp J. & J. h 24 Central ave 
LYONS MICHAEL A. (Lyons Bros.) h 376 George 

— Nora, emp Hos. Co. h 26 Stone 

LYONS TERRENCE P. (Lyons & Parker) h 24 Central ave 

— Thomas A. saloon, 35 Wyckoff, h do 

LYONS WARREN K. city industrial solicitor and real estate, 

379 George, room 6, h do 
LYONS & PARKER (Terrence P. Lyons and Richard T. 

Parker) clothiers and merchant tailors, 1 Paterson Block. 

See adv bottom lines 

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McAdams Walter F. driver W. T. McAdams Co. h Metuchen 
McADAMS WILLIAM T. pres. and treas. W. T. McAdams Co. 

h Metuchen, N. J. 
McADAMS W. T. CO. (Wm. T. McAdams, pres. and treas., 

George S. Silzer, sec.) 127-129 Church 
McAleer Peter, h 69 Burnet 
McAlister James E. painter, h 246 George 
McAndrew John, tiremaker, h 10 Prosper 
McAvoy Ann H. widow James, h 64 New 

— Frank O. clerk, h 96 Commercial ave 

— Hilda A. teacher, h 64 New 

— Percy, clerk, h 64 New 

McBride G. C. Dr. (N. Y. Dental Parlors) 119 Albany 
McRurney Helen L. emp J. & J. h 225 Baldwin 

— Mattie E. emp J. & J. h 225 Baldwin 

— Rose, widow Thomas, h 225 Baldwin 
McCabe Catharine M. h 303 Baldwin 

— Eliza, dressmaker, 4 Abeel, h do 

— Elizabeth M. dressmaker, 303 Baldwin, h do 

— Frank E. clerk, h yi Delafield ■ 

— Harry A. emp J. & J. h y^, Delafield 

— Hugh, brid getender, h George c Raritan lane 

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"Give Quicker and Better Effects than Any Other Make." 

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AlcCabe John, h j}, Delafield 

— John J. painter, h 73 Delafield 

— William A. rubber cutter, h 'j}, Delafield 
McCaffrey Hugh ^I. h 355 Handy 

McCaffrey JOHN, saloon, 427 George, h 24 Railroad ave. 
See adv p xxxii 

— John F. cigars, 12 Jersey ave. h 355 Handy 

— Michael, driver, h 355 Handy 

AlcCallum James D. instructor, h 68 Schureman 

— William H. student, h 68 Schureman 
^vlcCann, Catharine, widow Ronald, h 16 Bayard 

— Delia, widow Thomas, h 24 John 

— • Hannah, widow Lawrence, h 2 Prosper 

— James, stenographer, h 16 Bayard 
— John, tileworker, h 24 John 

— John, transfer agt. h 16 Bayard 

— Ronald R. electrician, h 16 Bayard 

— Thomas, plumber, h 138 Hamilton 
McCargo Early, laborer, h 190 Hale 
McCarthy Austin L. student, h 54 Washington 

— Catharine, emp Hos. Co. h 152 Church 

— Charles, driver, h 68 Welton 

— Elizabeth A. h 185 Baldwin 

— James, detective, h 152 Church 

— James, laborer, h 167 Albany 

— John, liverv, 52 Washington, h 54 do 
McCarthy JOHN F. supt. h 185 Baldwin 

— Lizzie, emp Hos. Co. h 152 Church 

— Patrick, driver, h 129 Suydam 

iMcCarty Daniel W. jr. deckhand, h 24 Delafield 
McCauley James, carpenter, h 40 John 
— = James T. h 33 Hassart 

— Margaret, emp J. & Co. h 40 John 

— Tunis, cigars, 40 Throop ave. h do 

]\lcCawlev Alexander, carpenter, h Nichol ave. c Hale 

— Charles F. (H. J. McCawley & Son) h 48 Handy 

— Henry J. (H. J. McCawley & Son) h 52 Throop ave. 

— H. J. & Son (Henry J. and Charles F. fish, 27 Throop ave 



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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



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McCLELIAND W. R. sec. and treas. Nat. Musical String Co. 
h 96 Paterson 

McCloskey David, agt. Feigenspan's Brewery, h 214 Seaman 

— James J. grocer, 128 French, h 130 do 

— James J. jr. bookkeeper, h 130 French 

— James N. laborer, h 437 George 

— John A. clerk, h 130 French 

— Katherine, widow John, h 30 Jersey ave 
McQure George G. emp J. & J. h 106 Church 

— LeRoy M. bookkeeper, h 106 Church 
McClymont Alice, stenographer, h Perth Amboy 
McColligan Frank, laborer, h 181 Albany 
McCOLLOUGH CHARLES F. asst. supt. Met. Life Ins. Co. h 11 

Bartlett 
McComis Elizabeth, widow John, h 6 Easton ave 
McConlogue J. Mary, h 249 George 

— William, stenographer, h 238 Somerset 
McCormack Anna, bookkeeper, h 130 Suydam 

— Frank A. h 130 Suydam 

— Frank A. grocer, 99 Townsend, h do 

— John C. emp Pullman Co. h 130 Suydam 
— ^"john H. clerk, h 130 Suydam 

— Mary," stenographer, h 130 Suydam 
McCormick Ann, h 55 Washington 

— Ann Mrs. h 80 Burnet 

— Catharine T. widow Bartholomew, h 414 George 

— Charles & Son, plumbers, 31 Hiram 

McCORMICK CHARLES A. treas. Johnson & Johnson and Mid- 
dlesex Transportation Co. h Bishop pi 

— Charles A. jr. plumber, h 30 College ave 

— Daniel T- bridgebuilder, h 19 Plum 

McCORMICK EDWARD V. (Graham & McCormick) h 414 
George 

McCORMICK GEORGE F. treas. Neverslip Mfg. C. h 50 Col- 
lege ave. 

— John C. ferr3^master, h 8 Alexander 

— John M. news, h 19 Plum 

— Joseph T. emp J. & Co. h 89 Hassart 

— Kate, h 30 College ave 



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McCormick Miles, colormixer, h 437 George 

— Patrick P. hackman, h 55 Washington 

— Thomas, h 49 Easton ave 
McCormiss Violet, h 88 Remsen ave 

IVlcCourt Edward J. steamboat captain, h 53 Hassart 

— Edward J. jr. deckhand, h 53 Hassart 

— James F. fireman, h 53 Hassart 

— Mary, widow James, h 24 Commercial ave 
McCoy Emma A. teacher, h Somerset nr French 

— Jeanette, h Somerset nr French 

— Lillie, h Somerset nr French 
McCrelis Cornelius B. h 41 College ave 

— Cornelius B. jr. mgr. h 145 Church 

— Daniel J. woodworker, h 254 Neilson 

— Jennie B. h 41 College ave 

— John, blacksmith, h 254 Neilson 
McCullough Aletta, weaver, h 31 Division 

— Charles F. insurance, h 11 Bartlett 

— George, turner, h 9 Hassart 

McCURDY WILLIAM J. pres. Middlesex Transportation Ca 

and sec. Neverslip Mfg. Co. h Easton ave. nr city line 
McDede Frances C. dressmaker, 14 Prosper, h do 

— Libbie, widow William, seamstress, h 35 Peace 

— Robert C. dye setter, h 13 Richmond 

McDEDE WILL J. prop. Grand Central Stables and Rutgers 

Stables, and Undertaker, 23 Easton ave. h do 
McDermott Henry F. knitter, h 310 Suydam 

— John J. barber, h 134 Paterson 

— Joseph C. mgr. James Van Dyk Co. h 146 Suydam 
McDevitt Ann, widow Samuel, h 13 Dennis 

— Samuel I. watchman, h 22 Richmond 
McDonald Catharine, widow Edward, h 8 Central ave 

— Clarence F. mechanical engineer, h 10 Scott 

— Harry A. real estate, 10 Scott, h do 

— Julia, h 21 Kirkpatrick 

— Michael, h 92 Lee ave 

— Patrick J. plumber, h 10 Scott 

— Thomas, h 8 Central ave 
McDonough Anna E. cashier, h 67 John 



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Cor. Lee Ave. ^ Talmadge St. 



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McDonough Barbara, h 219 Baldwin 

— John, laborer, h 164 Easton ave 

— Mary, widow, h 164 Easton ave 

— Thomas F. driver, h 67 John 

— Thomas S. driver, h 67 John 

— William S. knitter, h 67 John 
McDowell John B. h 101 Carroll pi 

— Warren, emp P. R. R. h 115 Bayard 
McElarney Thomas J. saloon, 267 Neilson, h do 
McElhaney Edward, gardener, h 22 Mine 

— James F. deckhand, h 34 Bishop 

— John, laborer, h 34 Bishop 

— John jr. deckhand, h 34 Bishop 

— Joseph F. driver, h 34 Bishop 

— Margaret, h 34 Bishop 

— Mary A. stenographer, h 2.2 Mine 

— Matthew, deckhand, h 34 Bishop 

— Rosa V. stenographer, h 22 Mine 
McElheaney Catharine, widow William, h 36 Louis 

— Edward, salesman, h 36 Louis 

— Robert J. h 38 Louis 

McElheney Elizabeth, widow James, h 2 Jersey ave 
McElroy Annie, emp J. & Co. h 117 Huntington 

— Edward, laborer, h 117 Huntington 

— Edward F. buffer, h 117 Huntington 

— Helen R. h 246 Easton ave 

— James, h 246 Easton ave 

— James jr. emp P. R. R. h 246 Easton ave 

Mcelroy JAMES a. (John F. Kerwin & Co.) h Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

— Janie, emp cigar factory, h 117 Huntington 

— Mary A. stenographer, h 246 Easton ave 
McElwee, Joseph, boilermaker, h 151 Suydam 
McEnaney Ann, h 61 New 

— Catharine, h 61 New 

— Mary, h Nichol ave. c Redmond 
McFadden Agnes L. h 90 Bayard 

— Annie, h 54 Washington 

— Ella E. widow Michael, h 90 Bayard 



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AIcFadden Enlalia, h 90 Bayard 

— Genevieve, h 90 Bayard 

— Helen A. h 90 Bayard 

— John, h 16 Stone 

McFADDEN M. plumbing, tinning, stoves, etc. 301 Burnet. 
See adv p ix 

— William J. law student, h 90 Bayard 
McGarry Ann, widow Thomas, h 25 Easton ave 

— Anna E. emp J. & J. h 8 Louis 

— Bridget, widow John, h 8 Louis 

— Helen H. emp J. & J. h 8 Louis 

— John J. laborer, h 8 Louis 

— Josephine, h 25 Easton ave 

— Margaret, h 25 Easton ave 
McGee Andrew, laborer, h 14 Catharine 
McGilvery William H. h 47 Throop ave 
McGinn Kate, dressmaker, 109 Somerset, h do 
McGinnis Charles H. h 166 New 

— Charles H. jr. foreman, h 209 Neilson 

— James E. toolmaker, h 166 New 
— ^ William B. drug clerk, h 83 New 

McGlade Elizabeth B. emp J. & J. h 76 Delafield 

— Margaret, boxmaker, h 76 Delafield 
McGovern Agnes A. domestic, 47 Paterson 

— Ann, widow Patrick, h 229 Baldwin 

— Augustin, plumber, h 114 Paterson 

— Daniel, pool, 273 Neilson, h do 

— James H. grocer, 279 Seaman, h do 

— Jennie F. h 229 Baldwin 

— 'John A. telegrapher, h 273 Neilson 

— John F. (McGovern & Hillman) h 131 French 

— John F. jr. student, h 131 French 

— Joseph V. clerk, h 131 French 

— Mabel T. teacher, h 131 French 

— W^illiam F. cigars, 76 Albany, h 147 Hamilton 

— & Flillman (John F. McGovern and Samuel E. Hillman) 

carpenters, 131 French 
McGowan Catharine, widow Edward, h 215 Hale 

— Edward A. emp P. R. R. h 257 Hale 

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McGowan Frank J. machinist, h 155 Albany 

— James, laborer, h 185 Albany 

— James A. messenger, h 185 Albany 

— John, h 304 Sandford 

— Owen, h 304 Sandford 

— OAven F. h 302 Sandford 

AlcGowen Edward, emp rubber shop, h 49 Stone 
McGrady John B. engineer P. R. R. h 314 Townsend 

— William, fireman, h 55 Hiram 
AlcGrath Hartley, h 127 French 

— Katherine, clerk, h 127 P>ench 

— Sarah, h 127 French 

McGUFFOG JAMES, sec. India Rubber Co. h N. Y. 
McGuire Annie, laundress, h 15 Plum 

— Catharine, laundress, h 15 Plum 

— John F. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 211 Easton ave 

— John J. fireman, h 106 Easton ave 

— Margaret I. h 211 Easton ave 
Mcllvaine Charles, letter carrier, h 105 Burnet 
— ■ Kate, widow Charles, h 105 Burnet 

— Lawrence, laborer, h 105 Burnet 

Mclntyre Robert, herdsman, h 10 1 Commercial ave 
McKeag Charles L. salesman, h 233 Somerset 

— Edwin C. lawyer, city attorney, 393 George, h 233 Som- 

erset 

— George A. plumber, 87 Albany, h 233 Somerset 

— Harry B. blockcutter, h 78 Welton 

— Hugh, plumber, h 233 Somerset 

— Hugh C. h 233 Somerset 

McKendrick Peter B. steamfitter, h 134 Handy 
McKenzie James, boatman, h 60 Burnet 
McKeon Edward, conductor, h 53 Morrell 

— Ellen, h 139 Albany 

— Frank, laborer, h 53 Morrell 

— Rose, emp cigar factory, h 53 Morrell 
— ^ William A. teamster, h 53 Morrell 

McKune Annie E. widow Nicholas, h 200 George 
McLaughJin Clarence A. clerk, h 118 Bayard 

— Elizabeth, widow James, h 10 Drift 






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McLaughlin Ellen, widow Charles, h ii8 Bayard 

— Eugene A. (McLaughlin's Horse and Pony Exchange) h 

1x8 Bayard 

— Eugene J. bus. N. Y. h ii Throop ave 

— Frank A. clerk, h iiS Bayard 

— George S. dentist, 383 George, h 118 Bayard 

— Harry, tiremaker, h 47 Throop ave 

— Helen D. h 11 Throop ave 

— Horse and Pony Exchange, rear 275 Neilson 
— ^ James, milk, 26 Delafield, h do 

— Jeanne, h 29 Remsen ave 

— Jennie E. h 118 Bayard 

— John H. h I Hardenbergh 

— Katherine, h 29 Remsen ave 

— Mary W. h 147 Bayard 

— Michael, emp P. R. R. h 209 Hamilton 

— Patrick J. carpenter, h 50 Division 

— Thomas H. fancy goods, 11 Throop ave. h do 

— Winifred, widow Cornelius, h 147 Bayard 
McLaury Charles B. transportation, h 182 George 

— Edith B. h 182 George 
McLeer Peter, h 69 Burnet 
McMahon Angeline F. h 50 Oliver 

— Catharine, emp Hos. Co. h 99 Easton ave 

— Daniel J. butcher, h 143 Somerset 

— Emma, bookkeeper, h 143 Somerset 
— ; Francis J. packer, h 143 Somerset 

— Margaret E. h 99 Easton ave 

— Mary, h 143 Somerset 

— Mary, widow Edward, grocer, 91 Throop ave. h do 

— Mary, widow Patrick, h 28 Hardenbergh 

— May, paper reeler, h 50 Oliver 

— Nellie, widow Joseph, h 50 Oliver 

— William, bartender, h 53 Easton ave 
McManus Edward F. grocer, 202 Easton ave. h do 

— James FT. plumber, h 20 Division 

— John, milk, 244 Easton ave. h do 

— John J. plumber, 140 Somerset, h 142 do 

— Margaret, h 205 Easton ave 

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McManus Timothy, bookkeeper, h 73 Huntington 

— William, plumber, h 136 Hamilton 
McMullen John H. letter carrier, h 13 Morris 
McA'Tullin Wilson, printer, h 38 Remsen ave 
McMurtry, Charles A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 177 Somerset 

— Elmer J. (E. T- McMurtry & Co.) h 27 Hardenbergh 
McMURTRY E. J. & CO. (Elmer J. McMurtry and Eugene W. 

Morris) printers and publishers, 153 Church 

— Harry, formen Neverslip Co. h 124 Erench 

— Jacob, engineer, h 1 1 1 Somerset 

— James, carpenter, emp J. & J. h 28 Louis 

— John, bus. N. Y. h 277 George 

— William H. h 159 Bayard 

McNally John, emp P. R. R. h 66 Easton ave 

— Joseph, motorman, h 130 Church 
McNamara Michael A. bricklayer, h 136 John 
McNichol T. Harry, butcher, h 25 Liberty 
McPherson George, laundry, h 15 Morris 
McSherry Julia, h 178 Albany 

McSwain L. S. Mrs. h 142 Hamilton 

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MacCowan Margaret L. h to Bartlett 
Aiachek John, watches, 122 Church, h do 
MACK EDWARD, consulting and constructing electrician, 311 
George, h 226 Suydam 

— Mina, milliner, h 158 Church 

— William, driver, h 158 Church 
Mackenzie E. W. h 46 Livingston ave 

MacMullen Frederick W. metal spinner, h 344 Comstock 

— Grace, stenographer, h 344 Comstock 
MacMullen Hattie, widow Samuel, h 135 French 

— Helen C. h 135 French 
MacNair Duncan, h 72 Easton ave 
Macom George J. clerk, h 147 Somerset 

— Elizabeth, h 72 Easton ave 

— Hotel, Burnet c Richmond 

— Margaret, stenographer, h 1 1 Louis 

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Alacom Samuel J. emp J. & J. h 147 Somerset 

— William, dentist, 45 Bayard, li do 
MacPhail Gilbert J. blockcutter, h 140 New 

— John B. emp J. & C. h 218 Baldwin 

— Percy, clerk, h 218 Baldwin 
- — William, h 218 Baldwin 

MacPHERSON GEORGE C. (Arniel & MacPherson) h 15 

Morris 
Madden Bernard, cierk, h 422 George 
Aladison Edgar, foreman Ives Needle Co. h 129 French 

— Ethel, h 129 French 

Magala Dominick, h 123 Remsen ave 
Magarci Antony, shoemaker, 128 Church, h do 
Mage Louis, laborer, h r 6 Brown 
Magsamen Bertha, student, h 96 Commercial ave 

— Edward, paper maker, h 96 Commerciail ave 

— Peter, baker, h 96 Commercial ave 
Maguar Julius, emp P. R. R. h 29 Easton ave 
Maher Edward, h 235 George 

— Elizabeth, cigar packer, h 58 Senior 

— John, h 5 Sicard 

— Stephen J. carpenter, h 69 Bartlett 

— Williap, teamster, h 5 Sicard 

— William J. teamster, h 5 Sicard 
Mahon William C. driver, h 189 Burnet 
Mahone Charles F. foreman, h 139 Sandford 

— Elizabeth, widow Charles, h 139 Sandford 

— Morgan, foreman J. & J. h 86 Church 
Mailler, Julia F. h 46 College ave 

— Nannie, widow William D. h 46 College ave 

— William M. h 46 College ave 

Maiter Edward W. grocer, 154 Commercial ave. h do 
Maley Catharine A. bookkeeper, h 46 Commercial ave 

— Hannah, h 62 Neilson 

— John, bookkeeper, h 124 Bayard 

— Mabel, binder, h 62 Neilson 

— William C. blacksmith, h 46 Commercial ave 
Malinek Joseph, laborer, h 251 French 
Mallett George T. musician, h 220 Suydam 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Crenni Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 395 

Maloney Daniel F. bartender, h 43 Division 

— James, brakeman, h 59 Jersey ave 

— James, bricklayer, h 143 Somerset 

— John, h 59 Jersey ave 

— ^Mary, widow Matthew, h 143 Somerset 

— Matthew J. h 143 Somerset 

— Michael, h 59 Jersey ave 

— Michael jr. h 59 Jersey ave 

Malouf Nicola H. fruits, 74 Albany, h do 
MANLEY ANDREW T. carpenter and contractor, 12 Easton 
ave. 

— Andrew T. student, h 132 Hamilton 

— Charles A. carpenter, h 97 Louis 

— Florence F. h 132 Hamilton 

— Frank, h White Hall Hotel 

— ^ James, machinist, h 136 Paterson 

— John, tiremaker, h White Hall Hotel 

— John A. supt. J. & J. h 132 Hamilton 

— Robert, special officer, h White Hall Hotel 

MANLEY THOMAS A. prop. White Hall Hotel, h 19 Albany. 
See adv p xxi 

— William H. h 296 Burnet 

Manning Andrew, carpenter, h 64 Remsen ave 

— Catharine, emp J. & J. h 73b Albany 
— ' Fdward F. cigarmaker, h 66 Dennis 

— Edward H. h 73b Albany 

— Ella, h 64 Remsen ave 

— Ellen, h 73b Albany 

— George M. publisher, h 12 Brown 

MANNING HENHY B. furniture, 284-86 Burnet, h 119 Liv- 
ingston ave. 

— Flenry S. shoe agt. h 59 Schureman 

— James A. mgr. Waldorf Shoe Store, h 73b Albany 

— John A. h 73b Albany 

— John D. fireman, h 268 Townsend 

— Michael, gardener, h 228 Baldwin 

— William G. flagman, h 202 Hamilton 
Mano George, shoemaker, 126 Burnet, h do 
Mansfield Catharine, h 146 Hamilton 



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MANSFIELD WILLIAM H. (Harding & Mansfield) h 146 
Hamilton 

— William H. jr. shoes, h 146 Hamilton 

MANSION HOUSE (Jean Brivoul) 101 Albany. See adv below 
Manson John E. clerk, h 238 Neilson 

— John E. salesman, h 137 Neilson 

— John H. h 137 Neilson 

Maple John D. brakeman, h 206 George 

March Alfred, h 154 Hamilton 

MARCH ALFRED S. (Woodbridge & March) h 151 Somerset. 

— Grace E. prin. Lincoln School, h 175 Somerset 

MARCH JOSEPH H. boot and shoe dealer, 22 Church, h 175 

Somerset 
MARCUS ABRAM (New Brunswick Iron and Metal Co.) h 

207 Neilson 

— Joseph D. bookkeeper, h 207 Neilson 

— Sarah, widow Samuel, h 207 Neilson 
Mariano Gerardo, grocer, 131 Remsen ave. h do 
r^Iarine Mfg. and Supply Co. 30 New 

Market Square Hotel (Charles Metz) 39 Hiram 

— Square Hotel Stables (J. Fred Woerner) 17 Dennis 
Marks Abram, h 86 Remsen ave 

MARKS ALBERT (Globe Furniture Co.) h 57 Neilson 

— A.rnsie, widow Nathan, h 184^ Albany 
MARKS BARNEY, mgr. M. Marks, h 24 Paterson 



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Marks Bros. (Marcus S. and Harry) dry goods, ii Peace 

— Harry (Marks Bros.) h 86 Remsen ave 

— Harry, clerk, h 24 Paterson 

— Harry A. clerk, h 57 Neilson 

— Hattie, stenographer, h 184^4 Albany 

— Isaac, clothing, 300 Burnet, h do 

— Marcus S. (Marks Bros.) h 78 Remsen 

— Mortimer, clerk, h 24 Paterson 

MARKS M. clothier, 54 Church. Barney Marks, mgr. 

— Peter, cigarmakcr, h 35,Guilden 

— Robert, house furnishing, 10 Hiram, h 52 Remsen ave 

— Rose, h 24 Paterson 

— Theresa, h 184^ Albany 

Marky Margaret, widow William, h 52 Wyckoff 
^larod Mary, widow Joseph, h 43 French 
Maroney John, paper printer, h City Hotel 
Maroon Kanm, dry goods, 98 Remsen ave. h do 
Marron Mamie, dressmaker, h 380 Comstock 
Marsden Emily, teacher, h 230 Hamilton 
Marsh John, ship builder, h 12 Drift 

— Lillian, widow Chester, h 157 Baldwin 

— Richard, emp J. & J. h 157 Baldwin 

— Samuel R. bookkeeper, h 128 Neilson 

— Thomas, barber, i Schuyler, h 28 Division 

— William, emp rubber shop, h 299 Sandford 

— William G. caterer, h 192 Remsen ave 
Marshall Algiana R. widow Davis C. h 64 Bayard 

— James W. (Rev.) pastor First M. E. (Church, h 142 Liv- 

ingston ave 
Martin Almina Mrs. h 336 Handy 

— Antonio, tailor, h 56 New 
MARTIN A. J. undertaker, 111 French 

— Barbara, h 20 Paterson 

— Bridget, widow Thomas, h 149 Handy 
-— Charles, driver, h 289 Suydam 

— ■ Edward M. h i Guilden 

— Edward W. conductor, h 318 George 

— Elizabeth, h 289 Suydam 

— Elizabeth, widow, h 132 Church 

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Insurance and Investments. Collections of Every Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

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Martin Elizabeth, widow, h 58 Delafield 

— Elizabeth, widow William, h 57 Remsen ave 

— Ellen E. widow Patrick, h 9 Liberty 

— Emma, h 289 Suydam 

— ■ Francis, metal worker, h 149 Handy 

— Frank, h 119 Easton ave 

— Gilbert D. draughtsman, h 207 Neilson 

— Henry, emp P. R. R. h 85 Albany 

— Tames, emp J. & J. h 179 Handy 

— James H. emp J. & J. h 336 Handy 

— John, h 64 John 

— John D. chauffeur, h 64 Huntington 

— John D. office, 137 Church, h 5 Elm Row 

— Kate A. h 205 George 

MARTIN LUTHER H, asst. to reg^istrar Rutgers College, h 
Winants Hall 

— Margaret, widow Alexander, h 31 New 

— Maria, h College ave. opp Bartlett 

— Nicholas, h 43 Delafield 

— Nicholas T. clerk, h 71 Sicard 

— Richard E. office 137 Church, h 51 Bayard 

— Serena, h College ave. opp Bartlett 

— Thomas, officer, h 9 Liberty 

— Vincent, emp L. & B. Wks. h 149 Handy 

— William, h 303 Suydam 

— William F. musician, h 289 Suydam 

— William J. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 303 Suydam 
Mas Louise M. widow Louis, h 59 Paterson 
Mason Anna, widow Samuel, h 44 Easton ave 

— Charles A. student, h 144 Lee ave 

— Margaret, emp rubber shop, h 44 Easton ave 

— Robert H. hodcarrier. h 144 Lee ave 
Masonic Temple, 45-49 Remsen ave 

^^aIct^?!^ ,'^«°''^''^^°"' 379 George. Geo. J. Kuhn, sr. tre.as. 
MASSING MICHAEL, tailor, 77 Albany, h 52 New. See adv 

p Vlll. 

Masso Josephine, school teacher, h 211 Redmond 
Masterson Alfred, U. S. A. h 179 Albany 

— Ahce V. emp J. & J. h 200 French 

A JUDGE OF SHOES, Comparison will force you 
= to buy your Shoes of us. 

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ItRUNSVVICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Masterson Bartholomew A. emp P. R. R. h 47 Huntington 

— Catharine, h 41 Humtington 

— Catharine, stenographer, h 139 Townsend 

— Clara C. stenographer, h 22 Prosper 

— Edward J. driver, h 22 Prosper 

— Ellen, widow James, h 355 Seaman 

— Francis W. tiremaker, h 200 French 

— Frank A. lineman, h 197 Albany 

— Henry, watchman, h 197 Albany 
— ^ Henry jr. h 197 Albany 

— James E. h 93 Easton ave 

— James E. florist, 200 French, h do 

— James F. ticket seller, h 33 Neilson 

— Jane V. milliner, h 22 Prosper 

— John, mason, h 139 Townsend 

— John J. packer, h 118 Paterson 

— Julia R. stenographer, h 22 Prosper 

— Margaret R. h 23 Hartwell 

— Mary E. h 355 Seaman 

— Mary T. clerk, h 22 Prosper 

— May A. h 200 French 

— Mazie J. h 23 Hartwell 

— Michael, laborer, h 91 Remsen ave 

— Michael J. laborer, h 91 Remsen ave 

— Nicholas, engineer, h 23 Flartwell 

— Savilla, h 197 Albany 

— Theresa, h 197 Albany 

— Walter H. clerk, h 6 Spring 

— William J. truckman, 22 Prosper, h do 
Matchett Charjes G. carpenter, h 93 Commercial ave 

— C. Herbert, asst. cashier, h 93 Commercial ave 

Mathis Elizabeth A. widow Shreve, boarding, 127 Paterson, 
h do 

— Flora E. h 127 Paterson 

MATHUSKEK & SON PIANO CO. 56 Church. William G. 

Lovatt, mgr. 
Matta Elias, fruits, 28 Albany, h do 
Mattern Annie M. boxmaker, h 200 Easton ave 

— Helen L. h 200 Easton ave 



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Mattern Henry, gardener, h 200 Easton ave 

— John, watchman, h 200 Easton ave 
Matthas Henry J. carpenter, h 152 Remsen ave 
Matthews, John, machinist, h 35 Bishop 

— JuHa, widow James, h 35 Bishop 

— Mary, h 34 Neilson 

-— Samuel, farmer, h 134 New 

— Samuel jr. driver, h 134 New 

— Theresa, emp Hos. Co. h 35 Bishop 

Matthias William, emp rubber shop, h 390 Remsen ave 
Mattison Edgar B. foreman, h 129 French 

— William E. fireman P. R. R. h 8 Handy 
Mattson A. Lou, h 268 Townsend 

— James, machinist, h 268 Townsend 
Matzke Paul, clerk, h 259 Townsend 

Mauro Joseph, shoemaker, 39 Codwise ave. h do 
Max Catharine J. h 21 Plum 

— Catharine V. h 21 Plum 

— John, engineer, h 89 Comstock 

— John T. machinist, h 21 Plum 
Maxwell Amanda, widow, h 226 Neilson 

— Frank R. colormixer, h 226 Neilson 

MAY ADOLPH, prop. Hotel Milton, Albany cor Peace 

— Eleanor Mrs. h 39 New 

— Frank W. plumber, h 18 Neilson 
— • Michael, carpenter, h 10 Bishop 

— William, emp Mid. Trans. Co. h 18 Neilson 
Mayo Anna A. widow Alfred, h 54 Neilson 

— Bessie A. h 28 Throop ave 
--Robert C. cabinetmaker, h 72 Schureman 

— William H. blockcutter, h 268 George 

— William H. jr. blockcutter, h 268 George 
Meacham Albert E. bookkeeper, h 88 Bayard 

Edward J. h 88 Bayard 



Margaret, h 88 Bayard 
Mary G. h 88 Bayard 
Thomas, h 88 Bayard 
Thomas V. physician, 88 



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Meagher, Anna E. clerk, h 75 Remsen ave 

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Meagher Edward A. mason, h 171 Albany 

— Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h 75 Remsen ave 

— Helena C. stenographer, h 75 Remsen ave 

— James, mason, h 171 Albany 

— James H. salesman, h 220 Snydam 

— James J. h 171 Albany 

— Patrick, h 75 Remsen ave 
Mechanik Philip, bicycles, 206 Neilson 
IMeeker Frank S. machinist, h 20 Richmond 
Meincke William, h 58 John 

Meiner Samuel, confectioner, 188 Burnet, h do 
Meirose Frederick, rubber worker, h 179 Neilson 

— Josephine M. h 179 Neilson 

— Mary F. string m.aker, h 179 Neilson 

Meitzer Catharine, rubber worker, h 19 Richmond 

— Philip, tailor, 19 Richmond, h do 
Meixovos Tgnatz. laborer, h 259 Neilson 
Meloro John, h 193 Delevan 

Mennv Joseph V. driver, h 100 Burnet 

MERCHANT ALEX. (Merchant & Boylan) h Adelaide ave. 

H. P. 
MERCHANT & BOYLAN (Alex. Merchant and William H. 

Boylan) architects, 349 George. See adv bottom lines 
Menitt Elizabeth S. cmp cigar factory, h 92 Lee ave 
MERRITT FRANK B. mgr. N. B. Loan Co. h First ave. H. P. 

— John H. truckman, h 92 Lee ave 

— Susan C. h 92 Lee ave 

— William F. driver, h 92 Lee ave 

MERSHON JAMES (Home Realty Co.) h 86 Church 
MERSHON JOSEPH V. D. asst. sec. and treas. N. B. Trust Co. 

h 25 Lincoln ave. H. P. 
Mertz Joseph jr. asst. supt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 108 Bayard 
Mesak Frank, emp P. R. R. h 54 Somerset 
Meserole Frank, wireworker, h 57 Delevan 

— Frederick A. mason, h 98 Baldwin 

— John, emp Hos. Co. h 60 Neilson 

— John \\ wireworker, h 57 Delevan 

— Lewis H. machinist, h 57 Delevan 

— Ravmond W. butcher, h 422 George 

Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
Enamels, and Varnishes, at the Lowest Prices, 

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— William H. butcher, 100 Remsen ave. h do 
Meseroll Augustus, machinist, h 278 Handy 

— Charles A. electrician, h 28 Powers 

— Charles A. florist, 28 Powers, h do 

— Elmer E. compounder, h 141 Neilson 

— Howard, shoemaker, h 28 Powers 

— John, driver, h 168 Burnet 

— Louis A. bookkeeper N. B. Trust Co. h 273 Redmond 

— Myrtle M. hair dresser, h 141 Neilson 

— Russell F. cigarmaker, h 141 Neilson 

— Sarah Mrs. boarding, 278 Handy, h do 

— William H. student, h 28 Powers 

— Zachariah, laborer, h 184 Suydam 
Meske Augusta E. h 157 College ave 

Mesler John S. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 15 Carman 
— ' Maria, widow John, h 93 Church 

MESSEROLL CHARLES H. carpenter and builder, Raritan ave. 
H. P. See adv p xiii 

— John, grocer, 206 Burnet, h 320 Livingston ave 

— Martha J. widow Robert, h 18 John 

Messersmith Charles S. cashier Pub. Ser. Corp. h 222 Handy 
Messier David, emp Ives Needle Co. h 54 Hassart 

— Sarah J. domestic, h i Elm Row 
Messmer L. h 114 Talmadge 

Metier Amason D. bookkeeper, h 333 Townsend 

— Bertha M. h Livingston ave c May 

— Edwin, bookkeeper, h 11 Codwise ave 

— George, foreman P. R. R. h Livingston ave c May 
METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. cor George and Pat- 

erson. Benj. A. Tomes, supt. 
METTLER JOHN WYCKOFF, pres. Interwoven Stocking Co. 

and vice-pres. and treas. Kilbourn Knitting Machine Co. 

h East Millstone 
Metz Charles (Market Square Hotel) h 39 Hiram 
ATetzler Edward (Wet Wash Laundry) h 135 Easton ave ' 
Metzrath William T. real estate, 314 George, h do 
]\Ieyer George, laborer, h 2 Central ave 

— George jr. plumber, h 2 Central ave 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Mever John, laborer, h 83 Jersey ave 
MEYER J. HENRY, saloon, 84 Albany, h do 

— Lena, emp J. & J. h 2 Central ave 

MEYER RUBBER CO. rubber shoes. Little Burnet 

— Sophie, widow Frederick, h 46 Throop ave 
Meyerend Jennie S. widow Samuel F. h 12 Easton ave 
Meyerowitz Morris, blacksmith, 16 Dennis, h 5 do 
Meyers Amelia, h 260 Townsend 

— Augusta A. emp J. & J. h 48 Carman 

— Augustus, 'farmer, h 139 Redmond 

— Bella, widow William, h 151 College ave 

— Cassie, h 269 Neilson 

— Charles A. emp Mus. String Co. h 139 Redmond 

— Charles Y. sporting goods, 34 Bayard, h ;^6 do 
— • Clarence, student, h 26 Hardenbergh 

— Cora, h 271 Neilson 

— Ella, widow, h 269 Neilson 

— George, electrician, h 5 Senior 

— James L. driver, h 5 Senior 

— John A. laborer, h 5 Senior 

— John C. superintendent, h 26 Hardenbergh 

— John T. plumber, h 139 Redmond 

— Joseph, lineman, h 25 Washington 

— Mary, h 5 Senior 

— Mary A. cashier Met. Life Ins. Co. h 66 Morrell 

— Milton C. emp J. & Co. h 305 Seaman 

— Minnie B. emp Mus. String Co. h 139 Redmond 

— Norbert. laborer, h 5 Senior 

— Philip A. cigar mfr. 34 Bayard, h 36 do 

— Rachel, widow Frederick, h 260 Townsend 

— William, laborer, h 269 Neilson 

— William C. stage mgr. Bijou Theatre, h 154 Church 
Mezey Charles, music teacher, 63 French, h do 

— Joseph, laborer, h 60 Stone 
Michel Anton, laborer, h 199 Albany 

— Elizabeth, widow Christian, h 20 Paterson 

— John, mason, h 20 Paterson 

— John, tiremaker, h 33 Hassart 

— Margaret, h 20 Paterson 



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Middlesex Motor Company 
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Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 

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Michel Mary E. h 20 Paterson 

— Mary E. emp Hos. Co. h 33 Hassart 

— Theodore, barber, h 199 Albany 

Middlesex Box Mfg. Co. packing- boxes, 160 Burnet 
MIDDLESEX COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS, 
Court House. A. L. Mundy, chairman 

— County District Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals, 413 George 

— County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 

26 Union 

MIDDLESEX GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS (George A. 
Clinton) hd Commercial ave. See adv p xii 

MIDDLESEX HOLLOW CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCK CO. 
18-20 Drift. See adv top lines 

MIDDLESEX MOTOR CO. (Saunders' Garage) George cor Car- 
roll pi. H. Clark Saunders, pres.; Charles A. White, vice- 
pres. ; L. A. Voorhees, sec. 

MIDDLESEX NEWS CO. (John E. and Charles A. Anderson) 
374 George 

— Press, printers, 287 Burnet. Henry E. Austin, pres. ; Harry 

C. Gensler, sec. and treas. 

— Shoe Co. 53 Washington. H. T. Peck, pres. and treas. ; 

Lewis T. Peck, sec. 
MIDDLESEX SUPPLY CO. (Samuel G. Farrell and Conrad Se- 

bolt) building materials, 16-18 Richmond and Water and 

P. R. R. See adv p iii 
MIDDLESEX TITLE AND GUARANTEE TRUST CO. (THE) 

George cor Paterson. George A. Viehmann, pres.; Charles 

D. Ross, vice-pres. ; George W. Litterst, sec. and treas.; 
W. H. C. Jackson, asst. sec. and treas. See adv p xxiii 

MIDDLESEX TRANSPORTATION CO. 86-90 Albany. W. J. 

McCurdy, pres. ; Charles A. McCormick, treas. 
Mifflin John L. W. emp J. & J. h 137 Somerset 
Mignogno Charles, barber, h 24 Hiram 
Mihalik Julius, clerk, h 50 Washington 
Mike John, laborer, h 250 Neilson 
Miklos Pojor, button maker, h 70 Guilden 
^lildenberger Henry M. butcher, h 16 Schureman 
]\Iiles Frederick, conductor, h 196 Easton ave 



J. F. Bernhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ® Talmadge St. 



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Milford Enoch, laborer, h 265 Comstock 

Milhan Edgar S. asst. supt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 273 George 

Milleman Catharine, widow, h 128 Paterson 

— Elenry, blockcutter, h 229 Hamilton 

— Emil N. lampman, h 226 Somerset 
Miller Abraham, driver, h 278 Suydam 

— Arthur V. M. clerk, h 340 George 

— Carrie, clerk, h 117 Throop ave 

— Charles, h 86 Guilden 

— Charles A. emp Ives Needle Co. h 297 Seaman 
— ■ Clark, clerk, h 98 Bayard 

— Cara H. widow Herbert C. h 98 Bayard 
— • Elise, widow Nicholas, h 137 Neilson 

— Ella, h 17 Schuyler 

MILLER FRANK E. phonographs, records, etc, electrical con- 
tractor and supplies, 21 Church, h do. See adv below 

MILLER FREDERICK W. butcher, French cor Bayard, h 340 
Delevan. See adv p xxi 

— Frederick vV. jr. h 104 French 

— George, bartender, h 18 Albany 

— George H. h 57 Remsen ave 

— Hannah, h 17 Throop ave 

— Plenry, emp rubber shop, h 18 Albany 

— Henry, prin. Livingston High School, h R. F. D. No. 4 

— Herman, painter, h 1261/2 Albany 

— Jacob, tailor, h 13 Commercial ave 



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Miller Jacob, tailor, h 320 George 

— Jacob, tailor, h 115 Somerset 

— James, h 211 Suydam 

— John, h 18 Albany 

— John, foreman, h 237 Baldwin 

— John, rubber worker, h ^2 Comstock 

— Josephine M. Mrs. h 163 Livingston ave 

— Lena, emp J .& J. h 86 Guilden 

— Louis, motorman, h 86 Guilden 

— Marcus, clerk, h 56 New 

— Margaret, h 17 Throop ave 

— Mary, h 128^. Church 

— Mary, domestic, h 40 Bayard 

— Thomas, mason, h r 90 Albany 

— Thomas, motorman, h 17 Throop ave 
MILLER VERNON J. treas. Livingston Manor Corporation, h. 

East Orange, N. J, 

— Walter W. h 17 Schuyler 

— William, emp shoe shop, h 18 Albany 

— William H. cigars, 156 Neilson, h do 
Millette William B. leader Bijou Theatre, h 57 Patersoh 
Mills Elias driver, h 48 Burnet 

— George, emp rubber shop, h 135 Burnet 

— Henry D. clerk P. R. R. h Clifton ave. bel George 

— Jacob D. h 20 Kirkpatrick 

— James, emp shoe shop, h 62 John 

— Jane, widow Edward, h 12 Oliver 

— John T. h Somerset opp St. Peter's Cemetery 

— Joseph, mason, h 12 Oliver 

— Lizzie, emp Hos. Co. h 48 Burnet 

— Mary, h 12 Oliver ' 

— Vernie E. emp P. R. R. h 17 Morris 

— William, carpenter, h 12 Oliver 
Miner Charles H. clerk, h 58 Lee ave 
Minkler Frederick C. supt. College Farm, h do 
Mirsak George, laborer, h 14 Easton ave 
Mirsky Isidor, h 2y Schureman 

— Lena, emp Hos. Co. h 27 Schureman 

— Louis, farmer, h 27 Schureman 

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Mischne Jacob, h 49 Burnet 

Misseng Michael, tailor, h 152^ New 

Mitchell George, laborer, h 28 Abeel 

— James, laborer, h 342 Townsend 

— James A. engineer, h 22 Harvey 

— Jiames F. asst. supt. Pullman Co. h 308 George 

— Mary A. stenographer, h 342 Townsend 

— Mary W. boxmaker, h 22 Handy 

Mitson Emeline, widow Robert, h 16 Howard 

Moehle Guslav, cigarmaker, h 236 Easton ave 

— ■ Theresa, cigarmaker, h 236 Easton ave 

MOKE CHARLES R. (Herbert & Moke) h 296 George 

Moko Michael, laborer, h 12 Catharine 

Moledor Peter, rubber worker, h 137 Neilson 

Molimok Anna, widow Frank, cigarmaker, h 44 Richmond 

Molnar James, laborer, h 165 Albany 

— Steve, emp P. R. R. h 16 Condict 
Molt Florence, h 135 College ave 

Molyneux John, blacksmith, 25 Water, h iii Neilson 

— Maude, h 1 1 1 Neilson 

Monaghan Annie, widow, h 52 College ave 
MONAGHAN CHARLES E. prop, amusement garden and 
saloon, 20-22 Albany, h 8 Condict 

— Christopher C. bartender, h 8 Condict 

— Edward H. bookkeeper, h 13 Richmond 
— ^George, moulder, h 35 Peace 

— Mary E. widow Benjamin, h 13 Richmond 

— William C. h 35 Railroad ave 
Monahan James, driver, h 19 Condict 
Monfre Carmelo, laborer, h 114 Comstock 

MONIGAN JOHN J. druggist, paints, oils, etc. 376 George, h 

414 do. See adv bottom lines 
Monok Charles, laborer, h 79 French 
Monos George, laborer, h 87 French 
Montalvo Albert, emp J. & C. h 256 Townsend 

— Ramon, h 265 Townsend 

— Ramon jr. phonographs, 209 Neilson, h 135 Church 
Montgomery James H. h 56 Commercial ave 

— John, shipping clerk Milltown, h 269 Commercial ave 



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144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick. N. J. 

Agent for Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



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Montgomery Lyclia A. widow Austin, h 269 Commercial ave 

— Newton J. motorman, h 269 Commercial ave 
Moody Clayborne H. laborer, h 188 Handy 

— Clayborne H. waiter, h 273 Delevan 

— Isabella, widow Claiborne, h 144 Lee ave 

— Lucy P. widow Jordan T. h 273 Delevan 

— M. Gertrude, h 273 Delevan 

— Paul, hodcarrier, h 146 Lee ave 
Moon David, pipefitter, h 204 Neilson 

Mooney Christopher, engineer P. R. R. h 298 Suydam 

— Cornelius A. student, h 25 Somerset 

— John F. bookkeeper, h 25 Somerset 

— William, pressman, h 52 Albany 

— William J. carpenter, h 152 Paterson 

Moore Albert T. photographer, 409 George, h 179 Church 

— Arthur, laborer, h 312 Handy 

— Catharine, widow Edward, h 170 Hamilton 

— Charles, clerk, h 309 Suydam 

— Clara O. h 70 Schurem.an 

— Edward, fireman, h 309 Suydam 

— Frank M. real estate, 70 Schureman, h do 

— Granville L. paperhanger, 222 Suydam, h do 

— Harry A. machinist, h 70 Schureman 

— Helen, h 309 Suydam 

— Hetty S. Mrs. h 24 Codwise ave 

— James, mason, h 132 Townsend 

— Margaret, h 41 Stone 

— Margaret, h 309 Suydam 

— Martin, h 135 Hale 

— Paul E. agent, h 177 Hamilton 

— Perry H. stenographer, h 61 Richardson 

— Peter F. (Groben & Moore) h 120 Church 

— P. Albert, h 106 Lee ave 

— Samuel, electrician, h 51 French 

— Sarah, widow Warner, h 267 Delevan 

— Thomas, contractor, 177 Hamilton 

— William M. physician, 75 Livingston ave. h do 
Moran Agnes E. h 30 Division 



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Moran Alice, h 30 Division 

— Catharine A. h 30 Division 

— James F. painter, h 305 Suydam 

— James J. carpenter, h 90 Louis 

— John A. chauffeur, h 76 Delafield 

— John J. machinist, h 297 Townsend 

— Martin, blacksmith, h 30 Prosper 

— Mary, widow James, h 28 Sicard 

— Mary, dressmaker, h 380 Comstock 

— Michael Mrs. dressmaker, 4 Union, h do 

— Michael A. emp P. R. R. h 4 Union 

— Michael J. blacksmith, h 30 Prosper 

— Patrick J. contractor, 139 Easton ave. h do 

— Robert J. clerk, h 305 Suydam 

— Sadie C. h 30 Division 

MOOREHEAD WILLIAM H. reporter R. G. Dun & Co. of 

Newark, N. J. h 210 Handy 
Morgan Anna I. h 345 George 

— Catharine A. widow John T. h 345 George 

— J. Livingston R. prof. Univ. h 139 New 
Morland Elizabeth, widow Green,, h 184 Handy 
Morlar Louis, laborer, h r 6 Brown 

— Stephen, laborer, h r 6 Brown 
Mornia Frank, laborer, h 4 Prospect 
Morostsark John, cigarmaker, h 29 Washington 
Morris Anna L. h 340 Suydam 

— Annie, domestic, h 67 Church 

— Bridget, widow Bernard, h 340 Suydam 

— Catharine M. h 340 Suydam 

— Charles H. clerk, h 50 Welton 

— Clara R. h 340 Suvdam 

MORRIS EUGENE W. (E. J. McMurtry & Co.) h 339 Seaman 

— Helen L stenographer, h 340 Suydam 

— Isabel C. stenographer, h 340 Suydam 

— Michael J. sexton Sacred Heart Church, h 140 Seaman 
MORRIS NORTON W. m^. Standard Oil Co. h 216 Suydam 

— Owen, watchman, h 92 Throop ave 

— Richard, prof. Rutgers college, h 94 Easton ave 

— Simeon R. milk, Somerset nr French 

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'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 

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Morris William A. insurance agent, h 37 Oliver 
— • William G. cigars, 109 Throop ave. h do 
Morrison Ann M. widow Daniel, h i Elm Row 

— Building, 46-48 Paterson 

— Duke A. insurance. 176 Baldwin, h do 

MOREISON D. L. physician and surgeon, 1 Elm Row and vice- 
pres. New Brunswick Fire Ins. Co. h 1 Elm Row 

— Essie L. h 340 George 

— Gertrude V. student, h 176 Baldwin 

— Helen J. h 10 Bartlett 

MORRISON JAMES A. pres. Morrison & Blue Printing Co. 
(Inc.) and city clerk, h 10 Bartlett 

— Jessie L. school teacher, h 10 Bartlett 

— John, farmer, h College Farm 

— John J. grocer, 151 French, h 268 Handy 

— Lillian M. h 10 Bartlett 

— Lily A. h 176 Baldwin 

— Louisa R. h 176 Baldwin 

— Sarah E. nurse, 176 Baldwin, h do 

— William D. bus. N. Y. h 23 Bayard 

MORRISON & BLUE PRINTING CO. (Inc.) 7 Bethany. James 
A. Morrison, pres.; I. N. Blue, Jr., sec. and treas. See 
adv p xvi 

Morrissey Margaret, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 33 Prosper 

— Mary, widow Andrew, h 33 Prosper 
Morse Nathaniel M. conductor, h 52 Albany 
Mosher Frederick A. clerk, h 196 George 

Mott Clifton G. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 264 Sandford 

— C. Lester, clerk N. B. Trust Co. h 264 Sandford 
Moulton Alfg. Co. horse medicine, 70 Schureman. Frank M. 

Moore, mgr. 
Mount CharlesJ. salesman, h 187 New 
— ■ Eugene, emp Ives Needle Co. h 259 Redmond 

— Harvey, h tig Talmadge 

— Horatio C. h 133 Sandford 

Mt. Zion M. E. Church, 235^ Division 

Mower Peter, rubberworker, h 15 Hassart 

MUELLER A. F. W. (Mueller & New) h First ave. H. P. 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275- W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J. 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 311 

MUELLER & NEW (A. F. W. Mueller and Ambrose New) 

jewelers, 357 George. See adv p xxxi 
Mulford Charles, driver, h r 15 Schureman 

— Henry DuB. (Rev.) prof. Rutgers College, h The Bayard 
Mulhern James, printer, h 422 George 

Mulholland Anna, h 112 Remsen ave 
Mullen Bridget, h 55 Lee ave 

— Dennis, gardener, h 55 Lee ave 

— Edward F. laborer, h 55 Lee ave 

— James F. watchman, h 161 Lee ave 

— John, agt. Colonial Life Ins. Co. h 437 George 

— Joseph R. clerk, h 127 Albany 

— Mary F. emp cigar factory, h 55 Lee ave 

— Thomas J. musician, h 121 Somerset 
Mulligan Edward A. h 349 Handy 

— James, h 8 Prosper 

— James A. jr. laborer, h 27 Guilden 

— John B. stenographer, h 152 Suydam 

— Kate, h 8 Prosper 

— Margaret, h 8 Prosper 

— Nicholas, carpenter, h 349 Handy 

— Nicholas jr. painter, h 349 Handy 

— Thomas H. foreman, h 152 Suydam 

— William, carpenter, h 349 Handy 

— William A. carpenter, h 6 James 

Mullin Alexander M. (Mullin & Wendt) h Fourth ave. H. P. 
Mullin & Wendt (Alexander M. Mullin and Frederick H. 

Wendt) piano case mfrs. 176-180 Burnet 
Mulvey Catharine T. h 146 Easton ave 

— Edward H. driver, h 146 Easton ave 

— Francis, varieties, 143 Easton ave. h 71 Stone 

— James, carpenter, h 139 Easton ave 

— John, agent, h 146 Easton ave 

— John jr. bookkeeper, h 146 Easton ave 

— May V. stenographer, h 146 Easton ave 
Mumber John, moulder, h 218 Burnet 
Mundy Alpheus L. h 92 Carroll pi 

— Ellis, carpenter, h 105 Hamilton 

— Gertrude, widow, h 5 Livingston ave 



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Mundy Lawrence, dentist, 45 Bayard, h 11 Louis 

— Louise, h 6 Kirkpatrick 
Munsell Kate R. h 47 Paterson 

— Mary A. widow Oliver, h 47 Paterson 
Mupo Carmine, laborer, h 140 Remsen ave 

— Dominick, h 175 Handy 

— Vitto, laborer, h 153 Hale 

Murgatroyd Charles H. machinist, h 262 Redmond 
Murphy Alfred, mgr. Ferguson & Fine, h 195 Neilson 

— Anna, emp J. & J. h 212 Somerset 

— Annette B. widow Terence, h 53 Paterson 

— Annie F. grocer, 58 Division 

— Bernadetta C. stenographer, h 79 Easton ave 

— Daniel, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 59 Bishop 

— Edward, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 255 Neilson 

— Edward, stenographer, h 55 Commercial ave 

— Edward E. clerk, h 151 Church 

— Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h^4o Easton ave 

— Frank, machinist, h 55 Commercial ave 

— Frank L. brakeman, h 151 Church 

— Helen R. stenographer, h 79 Easton ave 

— Hugh, laborer, h 59 Bishop 

— James F. h 35 Central ave 

— Jennie, widow, h 55 Commercial ave 

— John A. mason, h 79 Easton ave 

— John, engineer, h 59 Bishop 

— John T. shoemaker, h 40 Central ave 

— John T. shoemaker, h 151 Church 

— Joseph F. hosiery maker, h 40 Central ave 

— Kate, h 240 Easton ave 

— Clarence B. rubber worker, h 40 Central ave 

— Lillian A. stenographer, h 79 Easton ave 

— Lillian M. h 40 Central ave 

— Margaret M. h 35 Central ave 

— Maria T. widow Patrick, h 79 Easton ave 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 212 Somerset 

— Maurice, laborer, h 212 Somerset 

— M. Augusta, stenographer, h 79 Easton ave 

— Peter F. bartender, h 240 Easton ave 



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Murphy Rosanna, widow Bernard, h 40 Central ave 

— Thomas, driver, h 17 New 

Murray Charles, emp Hos. Co. h 31 Albany 
— • Charles. 'laborer, h 15 Condict 

— David Mrs. widow, h 86 Livingston ave 

— Dennis, laborer, h 51 Huntington 

— Edward A. driver, h 285 Neilson 

— Ellen B. h 74 Schureman 

— Emma I. emp J. & J. h 285 Neilson 

— Frank J. blacksmith, h 285 Neilson 

— Frederick, h 298 George 

— Helen, widow Thomas, h 74 Schureman 

— Helen G. h 285 Neilson 

— Hugh, h 18 French 

— James, laborer, h French c Baldwin 

— James F. emp J. & Co. h French c Baldwin 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 66 Lee ave 

— John jr. emp P. R. R. h 66 Lee ave 

— Mary, bookkeeper, h 51 Huntington 

— Michael, shipping clerk, h 74 Commercial ave 

— Patrick J. blacksmith, City Alley nr Somerset, h 285 Neil- 

son 

— Thomas, laborer, h 38 Jersey ave 

— Thomas J. sexton St. Peter's Church, h 29 Louis 
]Murweis Mary K. h 40 Oliver 

Myers Andrew J. carpenter, h 106 Somerset 

— Annie A. widow George W. h 31 Mine 

— Benjamin H. h 350 Seaman 

— Carleton S. laborer, h 52 New 

— Cornelia C: widov*^ James B. h 350 Seaman 

— Cory R. foreman, h 293 Suydam 

— Ella T. h 306 George 

— Frederick, conductor, h 196 Easton ave 

— John, lineman, h 2 Bayard 

— John L. lineman, h 106 Somerset 

— Martha, h 350 Seaman 

— Wesley, colormixer, h 290 George 
Myron ]\,lary, emp J. & J. h 10 John 



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Insurance and Investments. Collections of Ei/ery Kind, 

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Nafey Carrie, dressmaker, 42 Neilson, h do 

— Charles, emp J. & C. h 42 Neilson 

— Edward, emp J. & J. h 213 Seaman 

— James V. stairbuilder, h 345 Townsend 

— Alary, emp Hos. Co. h 42 Neilson 

— May, emp J. & J. h 42 Neilson 

— Thomas, carpenter, h 42 Neilson 

— Thomas jr. emp Ives Needle Wks. h 42 Neilson 
Nagi Carmen, emp J. & J. h 185 French 

Nag-ia Archibald, fruits, 221 Neilson, h 223 do 
Nagi William, piano maker, h 91 French 
Nagie Harold A. h 335 Townsend 

— John V. shoecintter, h 335 Townsend 

— I.ouis, telegrapher, h 335 Townsend 
Nason Frank O. saloon, 18 Dennis, h do 

Nathan Hale School, Hale nr Commercial ave. Cecelia Bou- 

dinot, prin. 
NATIONAL BANX OF NEW JERSEY, George cor Church. 

Henry G. Parker, pres. ; V. M. W. Suydam, vice-pres.; 

Lyle Van Nuis, asst. cashier. See adv front cover 
NATIONAL DECORATING CO. (Morris Cowan) paints, wall 

paper, etc. 4-6 Church. See adv p ii. 

— Insurance Co. of Allegheny, 349 George 

NATIONAL MUSICAL STRING CO. mfrs. strings for musical 
instruments, Georges rd nr city line. George D. Emerson, 
pres.; W. R. McClelland, sec. and treas. 
Nawoscki John, rubber worker, h 26 Commercial ave 
Needham Charles D. shade maker, h 64 Dennis 

— Horace E. millwright, h 181 Throop ave 
Negedly Clara, widow George, h 248 Burnet 
Neidlinger John, h 105 Throop ave 
Neilson Catharine A. h 502 George 

— C. Frederick, broker, h 14 Union 

— Helena, widow John C. h 45 Paterson 

— Helen B. h 335 George 

— Henry A. wallpaper, h 335 George 

Wc Fit the Feet of Crowing Children 
With Just the sort of SHOES ^"^\,^'iS"^° 

BEAM «l CLARE, 362 George Si 



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Neilson James, h Woodlawn 

— John G. insurance, h 502 George 

— Mary, h 335 George 

Neiman Franz, b rubber worker, h 10 Bishop 
Nelson Bridget, widow Samuel, h 104 Hamilton 

— Frederick, lineman, h Spring 

— John I. asst. Rutgers College, h New Market, N. J. 

— John P. machinist, h 37 Prosper 

— Julius, prof. Rutgers College, h Adelaide ave. H. P. 

— Thomas jr. h Bishop pi. 
Nemes x\lbert, laborer, h 65 French 
— ■ Alexander, laborer, h 65 French 
— ■ Andrew, laborer, h 65 French 

— Denes, laborer, h 65 French 

Nemet Joseph, rubber worker, h 15 Prospect 

— Louis, laborer, h 185 French 

Nemeth Charles, grocer, 26 Somerset, h do 
Neptune Fngine Co. No. 2 136 New 
Netcel Albert C. barber, h 53 Bishop 

— Emma, widow John, h 53 Bishop 

— Florence J. h 53 Bishop 

Netherwood Jennie, widow Abraham, h 8 Codwise ave 
Neuman John, rubber worker, h 136 Neilson 

— .Kate, rubber worker, h 136 Neilson 

— Gottlub. emp T. & T. h 33 Robinson 

NEVERSLIP MFG. CO. mfrs. horseshoe calks, Neilson cor Ham- 
ilton. James W. Johnson, pres. ; Robert W. Johnson, vice- 
pres. ; W. J. McCurdy, sec; George F. McCormick, treas. 
See adv p xxxviii 

Nevius Cornelia H. widow David, h iiS Church 

— Henry O. bookkeeper, h 273 Seaman 

— S. Josephine, h 64 College ave 

— Willinm A. chemist, h iiq Church 

NEW AMBROSE ( Mueller &" New) h 357 George 
NEW BRUNSWICK BILL POSTING CO. 67 Schureman. Ben- 
jamin W. Suydam, mgr. 

— Boat Club, Albany Street Bridcre 

NEW BRUNSWICK BUSINESS COLLEGE (J. W Wilson) 380 
George See adv p ii 



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NEW BRUNSWICK BREWING CO. Gervasius Fenn, pres.; 
Henry H. Banker, treas. and mgr. ; W. Schlessinger, sec. 
Brewery and Office : Highland Park. Phone 31 H. P. See 
adv p XXXV 

— Chemical Co. Georges rd and Allen's lane. J. Bernheim, 

pres. : H. Koblenzer, sec. and treas. 

NEW BRUNSWICK CIGAR CO. Somerset opp Prospect. Wil- 
liam Kreiger, supt. 

NEW BRUNSWICK DAILY TIMES, 201 Neilson 

— Fire Insurance Building-, 40 Paterson 

NEW BRUNSWICK FIRE INSURANCE CO. George cor Pater- 
son. George A. Viehmann, pres.; D. L. Morrison, vice- 
pres. ; Charles D. Ross, sec. and treas. See adv p i 

NEW BRUNSWICK FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, 60 Livingston 
ave. Cornelia A. See, librarian 

NEW BRUNSWICK GARAGE (John Weigel, Jr.) 144-146 
Church. See adv bottom lines 

— Golf Club, Ross Hall, River rd. H. P. 

— Gun Club, 63 Church 

NEW BRUNSWICK HYGIENIC MILK CO. (Alva T. Jordan) 

171-175 Church. See adv p xiii 
NEW BRUNSWICK ICE CO. (Edward A. Brady) coal and ice, 

Georges rd and Raritan River R. R. and 389 George. See 

adv p 132 

— Iron Works (William Henderson & Son) 9-13 Water 
NEW BRUNSWICK IRON AND METAL CO. (I. Laurie and 

A. Marcus) wholesale junk dealers, Remsen ave. and 
Powers. See adv p xxvii 
NEW BRUNSWICK LOAN CO. 46 Paterson. F. B. Merritt, 
mgr. See adv next page 

— Mattress Co. 32 Peace. Leon Gallen, prop. 
NEW BRUNSWICK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 



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Edwin Florance, pres. ; J. W. Helm, sec. 393 George 
adv inside front cover 
NEW BRUNSWICK OPERA HOUSE, 22 Liberty. John P. Hill, 
mgr. h Brooklyn 

— Outdoor Amusement Co. Park, Somerset nr Bethany 

— Rubber Co. rubber shoes, Little Burnet 



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NEW BRUNSWICK SAVINGS INSTITUTION, George cor. 

Church. Nicholas G. Rutgers, pres. ; Benjamin F. Howell, 

vice-pres. ; C. A. Dunham, sec. and treas. See adv inside 

front cover 
NEW BRUNSWICK STORAGE CO. 18-20 Drift. M. L. Cot- 

trell, pres.; John S. Dahmer, sec. and treash See adv top 

lines 

— Stripping- Co. 30 Commercial ave 

— • Tile Co. Allen's lane nr Georges rd. William Weest, pres. ; 
Charles E. Harris, sec. and treas. 

NEW BRUNSWICK TIMES (daily and weekly) 201-203 Neil- 
son. Times Pub. Co. pubs. See adv p vii 

NEW BRUNSWICK TRUST CO. 352 George. James Deshler, 
pres.; John H. Conger, vice-pres.; John C. Eisele, vice- 
pres.; A. J. Jones, sec. and treas.; J. V. D. Mershon, asst. 
sec. and treas. See adv back bone 

— Turn Verein, 431 George 

— Window Cleaning Co. (Harry Orenstein) 363 George 
New Elizabeth, bookkeeper, h 71 Throop ave 

— Frank D. professor, h no Somerset 

— Hannah, stenographer, h 36 Remsen ave 

— Harriet, h no Somerset 

— James, h T14 Somerset 

New Jersey x\gricnltural Experiment Station, Hamilton cor. 

Bleecker pi 
— ■ Lamp and Bronze "W^orks, Water c Somerset 

NEW BRUNSWICK LOAN CO. 
If You Need Money 

Borrow from us on yowr Household Goods; then you can pay 
all your bills at once, and pay us in small easy installments. 

Private rooms for free consultation. 
46 Paterson Street, Thone H 

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New Jersey Plate Glass Ins. Co. 417 George 
— • Supply Co. (Moe Fertig) notions, 54 Albany 
NEW JERSEY TOBACCO CO. 30-32 Albany. Joseph D. Klein, 
mgr. See adv bottom lines and p xxx 

New John C. h 159 Throop ave 

— Joseph (Joseph New's Sons) h no Somerset 

— Joseph jr. clerk, h 108 Somerset 

— Joseph Sons (Joseph and William) grocers, no Somerset 

— Kate, dressmaker, 71 Throop ave. h do 

— Mary, emp Hos. Co. h 71 Throop ave 

— Mary Mrs. saloon, 157 Throop ave. h do 

— Mollie, h 36 Remsen ave 

— Thomas, emp J. & Co. h 71 Throop ave 

— William (Joseph New's Sons) h 37 Remsen ave 

— William, cigars, 71 Throop ave. h do 

— William F. driver, h 71 Throop ave 

NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY TELEPHONE CO. 138 Al- 
bany. G. J. Hafstrom, local agt. 
— ^and New Jersey Telephone Co. Central Office, 125 Church 

— Dental Parlors, 119 Albany. Dr. G. C. McBride 
Newberg Frank, h Powers nr Commercial ave 

— Frank, tiremaker, h Howard nr Commercial ave 
Newhouse Phebe, widow Aaron, h 258 Burnet 
Newman John, saloon, 21 French, h do 

— John, laborer, h 222 Burnet 

Newton, George, coremaker, h 98 Comstock 

— James O. carpenter, h 98 Comstock 

— John H. emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 95 Guilden 

— Walter R. prof. Rutgers College, h 39 College ave 
Neyranowski Caroline, grocer, 142 Lee ave. h do 

— Wladyslaw, rubberworker, h 142 Lee ave 
Nicholas Elizabeth, h 74 Carroll pi 

— John, h 74 Carroll pi 

— Lulu, h 18 Railroad ave 

— Mary, h 74 Carroll pi 

— Roy C. broker, h 15 Lmion 

— W. Carey, h 74 Carroll pi 

Nickoden William, butcher, h 279 Neilson 
Nidone Dominick, laborer, h 198 Burnet 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manafactvirers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



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Nielsen Victor B. mechanical engineer, h 117 Easton ave 
Nirenstein Meyer, rubberworker, h 14 Schureman 
Nixon Benjamin, laborer, h 250 Neilson 
— 'Calvin, driver, h 151 Baldwin 
Noge Joseph, cigarmaker, h,i6 Plum 
Nogy Charles, rubberworker, h 54 Somerset 

— Frank, gardener, h 54 Somerset 
Nolan Annie, emp J. & J. h 46 Hiram 

— Frederick, emp J. C. R. R. h loi Easton ave 

— George, machinist, h 50 Oliver 

— Joseph P. machinist, h 73 Burnet 

— Margaret, widow Frederick, h 101 Easton ave 

— Mary, h 177 Somerset 

Nolde Peter, rubberworker, h 18 Hassart 
Nonnemacher Charles, cigarmaker, h 121 Neilson 

— Charles, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 217 Seaman 
Nordhaus Rudolph O. laborer, h 46 Hiram 
Norfolk & New Brunswick Hosiery Co. 329 Neilson 
Norgradi Michael, laborer, h 18 Plum 

Nom Tong, laundry, 88 Church 

— Tong, laundry, 219 Neilson 

Norris Mary, widow Frank, h 66 Lee ave 
Norton Charles A. pilot, h 63 Burnet 

NORTON JOHN F. prop. City Hotel, h 67 Albany. See adv 
p xxxiii 

— Martin, h City Hotel 

Nowitzke Joseph, bartender, h 103 Remsen ave 
Nugent John J. rubberworker, h 5 City alley 
Nusbaum Harry, teamster, h 26 Lee ave 

— Joseph, rubberworker, h 13 Neilson 

Nuttman George W. music teacher, 172 College ave. h do 
NYBO PETER, photographer, 78 Albany, h do. See adv p xix 
NYITRAY EMIL (Nyitray & Pokomy) h New York 
NYITRAY & POKORNY (Emil Nyitray and Joseph Pokomy) 

steamship agents, money forwarders, dry goods, etc. 85 

French. See adv p xxv 



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OAKLEY GEORGE H. hardware, 14 Hiram, h Fourth ave. bet 
Raritan and Ma^olia, H. P. 

Oberhuber John, junk, 148 Commercial ave. h do 

Obey Fields, chair caner, 46 New, h do 

O'Brien Bridget, .widow Patrick, h 23 Schureman 

— Catharine, h 45 Easton ave 

— James J. machinist, h 3 Guilden 

— John, billposter, h 23 Schureman 

— John J. bookkeeper, h 60 Schureman 

— Katherine M. h 305 Handy 

— Peter, laborer, h 165 Hamilton 

Obrowsky Charles H. emp P. R. R. h 38 Loretta 
Ochs Anna B. cigarmaker, h 3 Delafield 

— Annie E. emp J. & J. h 60 Delafield 

— ■ Balzer W. rubberworker, h 60 Delafield 

— Elizabeth, cigarmaker, h 3 Delafield 

— Henry J. rubberworker, h 60 Delafield 

— John, shoemaker, 83 Throop ave. h do 

— John K. rubberworker, h 60 Delafield 

— Minnie, widow Conrad, h 3 Delafield 

— William, emp J. & J. h 56 Delafield 
O'Connell Ellen, widow James, h 44 Bishop 

— Ellen, dressmaker, h 44 Bishop 

— James, real estate, h 44 Bishop 

— Michael A. chief of police, h 47 Hassart 

— IRichard, emp Milltown, h in Handy 

— William, carrier P. O. h 35 Schureman 
O'Connor , h 12 Morris 

— Edward F. nurse, h City Hotel 

— Honorah, widow Michael, h 52 Wyckoff 

— John, machinist, h 54 New 

— Michael, h 52 Wyckoff 

O'CONNOR MICHAEL, real estate and insurance, 364 George, 
h Stelton, N. J. See adv p xvii 

— Sarah A. grocer, 167 Albany, h do 

— Thomas, loom fixer, h 90 Senior 



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Odd Fellows' Hall, 148 Neilson 
Odell Maggie B. h 57 Bartlett 
O'Donnell Benjamin, h 144 Seaman 
— ■ Dennis, laborer, h 289 Baldwin 

— Edward, bartender, h 144 Seaman 

— Edward, laborer, h 56 Sicard 

— Helen M. h 286 Suydam 

— James J. mason, h 286 Suydam 

— John, grocer, 284 Suydam, h 286 do 

— John J. clerk, h 268 Somerset 

— Joseph J. laborer, h 12 James 

— Margaret, h 22 Plum 

— Margaret P. stenographer, h 286 Suydam 

— Mary, widow William, h 60 Sicard 

— Mary, emp Hos. Co. h 60 Sicard 

— May C. stenographer, h 144 Seaman 

— Patrick, laborer, h 334 Handy 

— Thomas F. h 144 Seaman 

— Thomas M. plumber, h 286 Suydam 

— William, h 144 Seaman 

— William, machinist, h 22 Plum 
— ■ William A. clerk, h 286 Suydam 

Oehninger John, butcher, 147 Easton ave. h 54 Guilden 
O'Grady James J. foreman, h 148 Church 

— James W. carder, h 148 Church 

— John A. (Rt. Rev. Monsignor) pastor St. Peter's R. 

Church, h 94 Somerset 

— Thomas, sawyer, h 164 Easton ave 
O'Hara Annie M. li 122 French 

— Bernard J. machinist, h 122 French 

— James F. butcher, 224 George, h do 

— John A. driver, h 122 French 

— Alary A. h 122 French 

— Rose, widow Thomas, h 122 French 
Ohern Philip, emp J. & Co. h 217 Neilson 
O'Herron Mary, h 340 Handy 

O'Keefe Cornelius, laborer, h 165 French 

Olah Albert, laborer, h 89 French 

O'Leary Ann, widow Cornelius, h 287 Suydam 






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(Jlive Paul, tailor, h 128 Church 

OLIVER CHARLES A. detective, 102 Church, h 21 Liberty 

— Charles A. jr. clerk, h 21 Liberty 

— Frank M. driver, h 377 George 

— George B. foreman, h 60 Remsen ave 

OLIVER HARRY V. prest. H. A. Oliver Contracting Co. h 21 

Liberty 
OLIVER H. V. CONTRACTING CO. Harry V. Oliver, prest.; 

Charles R. Latham, sec. and treas. 102 Church. See adv 

p xxiii 

— Whitney W. h ^yy George 

OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY (George Sotiropulos, prop.) 340 

George. See adv p xi 
Omeis Charles J. bartender, h 120 Church 
O'Neill Ann, widow John, h 140 George 

— Arthur, prop Lenox Lunch, 39 Paterson, h 83 Commerc'l av 

— Elmer R. ship carpenter, h 207 George 

— Grover C. men's furnishings, h 140 George 

— Harold E. sporting editor Home News, h 207 George 

— John J. laborer, h 342 Delevan 

— John T. emp Hos. Co. h 140 George 

— Lester P. shipping clerk J. & J. h 207 George 

— Mae B. h 140 George 

— Thomas F. emp Ives Needle Co. h 50 Oliver 

— William, h 13 Carman 
O'Node Daniel, h 31 Wyckofif 

Opie Allidah, widow Benjamin, h 51 Carman 

— Augustus M. musician, h 51 Carman 

— Benjamin H. boxmaker, h 49 Carman 

— Clara A. h 49 Carman 

— Etta, widow Garrett, h 49 Carman 

— Grace E. telephone opr. h 49 Carman 

— Hilda M. stenographer, h 49 Carman 

— Mildred J. h 51 Carman 

— Millie L. shoe vamper, h 51 Carman 

— Wilfred, mgr. Int. Cor. Schools of Scranton, h 301 George 
Oram Albert A. h 105 Hamilton 

— Charles, butcher, h 105 Hamilton 

— Charles, coremaker, h 10 John 



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Oram Charles, ship carpenter, h 89 Burnet 

— Charles W. telegrapher, h 10 John 

— Elmer E. grocer, 175 New, h 116 do 

— George S. clerk, h 140 Welton 

— John E. moulder, h 10 John 

— Joseph, tinsmith, h 23 Liberty 

— Joseph S. h 19 Bayard 

— Lydia, h 105 Hamilton 

— Mary J. nurse, 132 George, h do 

— Stephen, h 105 Hamilton 

— Theodore E. bookkeeper, h 60 Schureman 
Oranshian Max (Sappol & Oranshian) h 29 John 
Orenstein Harry (N. B. Window Cleaning Co.) h 140 New 
Ornstein Leon, watchmaker, 33 Burnet, h 272 do 
O'Rourke Alfred O. blacksmith. Peace nr Albany, h Milltown 

— Anna A. Airs, h 33 Prospect 

— Bridget, widow, h 22 Stone 

— ■ Ellen, emp Hos. Co. h 22 Stone 

— Francis T. salesman, h 16 Central ave 

— Matthew T. carpenter, h 16 Central ave 
— ■ Nellie, emp J. & J. h 16 Central ave 

— William, fireman, h 16 Central ave 

— William J. bricklayer, h 16 Central ave 
Orpen Charles N. machinist, h 15 Neilson 

— Elsie E. cigarmaker, h 15 Neilson 

— George L. shoemaker, h 343 Townsend 

— J. Fred, emp Ives Needle Co. h 150 Paterson 

— Nelson C. clerk, h 15 Neilson 

— Rachel, widow William, h 343 Townsend 

— Walter, h 8 Harvey 

Osborn George A. librarian Rutgers College, h Grant av. H. P. 

— Harold B. h 22 Seaman 

— Ina T. stenographer, h 222 Seaman 

— Lottie E. stenographer, h 222 Seaman 

— Mae W. h 222 Seaman 

— Willan N. collector N. B. Times, h 222 Seaman 
(Jsenbaugh Frank, blacksmith, h 112 Hamilton 
O'Shea Murtha, laborer, h 52 Jersey ave 

Otis Edna, clerk, h 262 Sandford 



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Agent for Chalmers-Detroit flutomobiles. 



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Otis George W. telegrapher, h 262 Sandford 

— Mary C. widow Charles, h 142 George 

— Walter W. salesman, h 132 Codwise ave 
— ^ William B. telegrapher, h 142 George 
OToole Patrick, mason, h 307 Handy 

Otterbein Frederick H. emp Swift & Co. h 14 Abeel 

— Anna, cigarmaker, h 14 Commercial ave 
— • Barbara, cigarmaker, h 14 Commercial ave 

— John, h 14 Commercial ave 

— Marv, cigarmaker, h 14 Commercial ave 

Otiderkirk William P. clerk, George J. Litterst & Co. h H. P. 
Oughton Alfred, driver, h 253 Baldwin 

— Annie, emp cigar factory, h 38 Codwise ave 

— Annie V. h 99 Church 

— Frank, emp J. & C. h 208 New 

— James J. laborer, h 99 Church 
— ■ Joseph J. laborer, h 99 Church 

— William H. bookkeeper, h 146 Bayard 

— Mary A. widow Stephen, h 38 Codwise ave 

— ^^^illiam H. bookkeeper, h 146 Bayard 
Outcalt Arthur J. carpenter, h 94 Welton 

— Delia F. h 295 Townsend 

— Elizabeth, widow George, h 209 New 

— Elmer R. chauffeur, h 273 George 

— George W. carpenter, h 22 Baldwin 

— Harold R. bookkeeper, h 22 Baldwin 

OUTCALT JACOB V. carpenter and builder, Drift cor. Towns- 
end, h 218 Suydam. See adv p xxxvi 

— John W carpenter, 148 Jones ave. h do 

— Minnie E. h 218 Suydam 

— Warren H. h 218 Suydam 

Overbey Alexander, hodcarrier, h 137 Baldwin 

— Clarence, music teacher. 137 Baldwin, h do 

— Cornelius, h 137 Baldwin 

Overseer of the Poor Office, 71 Schureman 
Owen Earle J. horticulturist Rutgers College, h 215 Redmond 
Ozenbaugh Frank H. (Armstrong & Ozenbaugh) h 112 Flam- 
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Packer, Jacob, tailor, 363 George, h 204 Burnet 
Paddock Annie E. widow Wilson, h 41 Remsen ave 
Paine Oscar V. D. salesman, h 40 Oliver 

— Sadie T. forewoman, h 40 Oliver 
Painter Annie, dressmaker, h 27 Schuyler 
— ■ Harriet, school teacher, h 25 Schuyler 
Palfi Nicholas, emp J. & J. h 16 Plum 
Palmer Alfred S. emp J. & J. h 146 New 

— David, photographer, h 146 New 

— Edward P. clerk, h 146 New 

— Emma, widow David, h 146 New 

— Harry W. reporter, h 22 Paterson 

— Mary E. h 146 New 

Panse Erank J. shoemaker, h 164 Commercial ave 
Papp James, saloon, 324 Seaman, h do 
Paradine Ada M. h 23 New 

— William H. carpenter, h 23 New 
Parcels Erances, h 245 Erench 

— William, driver, h 245 French 

Parent Andrew N. emp J. & Co. h 19 James 

— Edna M. bookkeeper, h 19 James 

— Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h 99 Easton ave 

— Emma, emp J. & J. h 18 Welton 

— George, emp Newark, h 18 Welton 

— George T. finisher, h 99 Easton ave 

— Gilbert, h 18 Welton 

— Katheline R. emp J. & J. h 99 Easton ave 

— Mary A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 19 James 

— May V. emp J. & J. h 99 Easton ave 
Park Building, 311 George 

— Hotel (John Rowland) 204 Commercial ave 
Parker Adelaide E. h 98 College ave 

— Anna M. widow William, h 271 Redmond 

— Building, 379-81 George 

— Francis E. Memorial Home for Incurables, Easton ave. c 

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— George S. & Co. (George S. Parker) flavoring extracts, 

271 Redmond 

— Hannibal, driver, h 5 Brown 

— Henrietta, widow Francis E. h Landing Lane nr George 
PARKER HENRY G. pres. National Bank of New Jersey, h 

43 Mine 

— Tames F. barber, 104 Remsen ave. h do 

— Mary H. h Bishop pi 

PARKER NEILSON T. insurance of every description, 381 
George, h 165 College ave. See adv front stencil and p v 

— Rachel, h 9 Marsh's alley 

PARKER RICHARD T. (Lyons & Parker) h AdelaMe av. H. P. 

— Sadie, waitress, h 149 Baldwin 

— Susan J. h 142 Remson ave 

— Thomas F. B. h 98 College ave 

PARKER W. FRANK (Parker & Watson) and tax collector, 

h 154 Hamilton 
PARKER & WATSON (W. Frank Parker and John Watson) 

real estate and insurance, 102 Church 
Parmelee Cullen W. prof. Rutgers College, h Adelaide ave, 

H. P. 
Parmly Emily N. widow Charles F. h 502 George 

— Theodore N. student, h 502 George 
Parnis Joseph, em*p J. & J. h 141 Bayard 

Parrott Ralph B. capt. U. S. A. and prof. Rutgers College, h 

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Parry Joseph, emp J. & J. h 36 Railroad ave 
PARSELI GEORGE K. architect, 363 George, h do. See adv 

P XXX 

— Hattie, widow Theodore P. dressmaker, 363 George, h do 

— Hattie W. dressmaker, h 363 George 

— James, coachman, h 9 Lock ave 

— Tames jr. bootblack, h 9 Lock ave 

— Alary A. h 86 Bayard 
PARSONS JAMES M. h Brookford 

— John J. emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 28 Bartlett 

— John W. blockcutter, r 338 Suydam 
Partridge Ethelyn A. school teacher, h 211 Redmond 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURMET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SXrDffivSs BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Mannfacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 327 

Pascorvitz Louis, h 162 Burnet 

Passaferine Salvatore, laborer, h 128 Somerset 

Passey James P. employment, 8 Bayard, h do 

Pastime (The) Moving Pictures, 99 Church. Ferguson & 

Fine, props. 
Paterson Block, Burnet c Commerce Scjuare 
Patterson E. J. candy, 299 George, h do 

— John L. insurance agt. h Ford ave. Milltown 
Patton Miary, widow John, h 9 Lock ave 

Paul Edward, boilermaker, h 183 Codwise ave 
Paulus Adam, cigarmaker, h 26 Peace 

— Adam F. cigarmaker, h 40 Easton ave 

— Charles, meats, 52 Hiram, h 56 Bishop 

— Christiana, widow John, h 129 Comstock 

— Florence, h 56 Bishop 

— 'John, milk, 129 Comstock, h do 
— ■ Mary, packer, h 26 Peace 
— ■ Melina, packer, h 26 Peace 

— William, clerk, h 26 Peace 
Pauske Frank, fireman, h 118 Burnet 

Payson Eliot R. prof. Rutgers College, h Metuciien, N. J. 

— George H. (Rev.) prof. Rutgers College, h 41 Mine 
Payton James, variety store, 267 Redmond, h 265 do 
PAYTON JOHN H. (Payton & Welker) h 265 Redmond 

— John W. needlemaker, h 140 Hale 

PAYTON & WEIKER (John H. Payton and Franlj S. Welker) 

plumbers, 173 New 
Peacher Warren H. machinist, h 296 Handy 

— William C. machinist, h 296 Handy 
Peaker Robert M. porter, h 53 Bartlett 
Peall John, carpenter, h 70 Delafield 
Pear Max, dry goods, 310 Burnet, h do 
I'earce Florence H. h 304 Redmond 

— Joseph H. h 304 Redmond 

Pearson Agnes, widow John, h 13 Oliver 

— Joseph J. machinist, h 13 Oliver 
Pechrsky Jacob, tailor, h 324 Burnet 

Peck H. T. pres. and treas. Middlesex Shoe Co. h Metuchen 

— Lewis T. sec. Middlesex Shoe Co. h Metuchen 



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PEEBLES JOHN C. mgr. Feiber, Shea & Coutant, h 117 Bayard 

Pell John, laborer, h 8 Catharine 

— Joseph W. foreman, h 179 Redmond 

— WiUiam H. h 179 Redmond 

PelHcani Angelo, barber, 228 Suydam, h do 

]Vlsacki Anna, widow Joseph, h 28 Easton ave 

Peluso AlHe, driver, h 16 Peace 

Pen Carbon Manifold Co. type writers' supplies, 65 Mine. 

Charles E. Archbald, pres. ; James N. Smith, sec. 
Pencock Katherine, cigarmaker, h 55 Jersey ave 

— Mary, cigarmaker, h 55 Jersey ave 
Pender Mrs. Elizabeth, h 42 Codwise ave 
Pendergast Alice M. h 42 John 

— Mary A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 42 John 

— Philip P. h 42 John 

— Lillian R. h 14 Kirkpatrick 

— Thomas, drawtender, h 217 Neilson 
Pennington Frank E. plumber, h 4 Abeel 

— William H. emp P. R. R. h 55 Morris 

— William H. printer, h 261 Hale 

Pennsylvania R. R. PYeight Depot, Baldwin nr Jersey ave 

— R. R. Passenger Station, Albany c Easton ave 

— R. R. Supervisor's Office, 434 George. Wm. M. Jackson, 

supervisor 
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK, George cor. Church. Benjamin 
F. Howell, Pres. ; T. Ely Schanck, cashier. See adv p i 

— National Bank Building, 383 George 
Peppert Carpar, rubber worker, h 31 John 
Perdun Farmer, conductor P. R. R. h 296 Sandford 

— Frank H. salesman, h 213 Seaman 

— John E. carrier R. F. D. No. i 

— Eeo T. milk, 264 Handy, h do 

— Susan, widow George D. h iii Somerset 

— Vi'illiam S. collector, P. S. C. h 285 Townsend 

— W'illiam S. jr. clerk, h 285 Townsend 

— W^infield H. foreman Cronk Mfg. Co. h 267 Seaman 

— Freeman, h 31 Prospect 

— Irene, h 31 Prospect 

— Martin N. laborer, h 31 Prospect 

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Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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Perdun Nealie. h 31 Prospect 

Perkins Croswell D. clerk, h 191 Albany 

- — ^ Laura W. widow Charles S. h 191 Albany 

— Lawrence S. clerk, h 191 Albany 

— Melicenl, asst. bus mgr. Daily Home Ncivs, h 191 Albany 
Perlee Clarence M. (Rev.) h 179 New 

— Ralph N. student, h 179 New 

Perrine Annie, widow Haines, h 126 Bayard 

— Catharine A. Mrs. h 1 1 Livingston ave 
— ■ Frederick, driver, h 100 Bayard 

— Frederick W. driver, h 83 Central ave 

— John W. pipefitter, h 83 Central ave 

— John W. jr. button maker, h 83 Central ave 

— Mary D. saleswoman, h 1 1 Carman 

— Sadie C. inspector, h 83 Central ave 
Perry Harry A. carpenter, h 343 Townsend 
Persons Metta L. teacher, h 230 Hamilton 
Peter Hertzog- Hall, Seminary pi 

Peters Estella, widow Robert, h 28 Division 

— Philip, laborer, h 137 Neilson 

— William A. h 311 George 

Petersen Signe M. J. h 12 Easton ave ^ 

Peterson Ellen, nurse John Wells Memorial Hospital 
— ^Olaf, lunch room. 86 Albany 

— Robert, laborer, h 265 Comstock 
Petrie Carl, baker, h 49 Delafield 
Pette Annie M. h 142 Paterson 

— Francis A. h 142 Paterson 

PETTE WILLIAM H. painter and decorator, 135>1> Paterson, 

h 135 do. See adv p iv 
Pettit Alexander W. bricks, h 175 Livingston ave 
Pettit Alma M. teacher, h 240 George 

— Caroline L. widow Alfred, h 249 George 

— Catharine h 144 Livingston ave 

— Ella, h 41 Remsen ave 

— Robert M. banker N. Y. h 144 Livingston ave 

— Robert W. physician N. Y. h 144 Livingston ave 

— William O. brick mfr. h 186 Livingston ave 
Petty Jane, widow Jehiel, h 314 George 

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Pfeifer Peter, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 54 Richardson 
Pfeiffer Barbara, widow Louis, h 134 Redmond 

— Frederick, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 134 Redmond 

— Henry, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 134 Redmond 

— Louis, foreman, h 34 Oliver 

— William, emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 54 Remsen ave 
Pfeil Otto, grocer, 160 Throop ave. h do 

Phaden John J. laborer, h 60 Jersey ave 

Phelps Charles E. (Rev.) rector emeritus St. John the Evan- 
gelist Episcopal Church, h Cherry Lawn, Clifton ave 
— ■ Charles E. D. farmer, h Cherry Lawn, Clifton ave 
Philippo Raffeal, h 135 Baldwin 
— ■ Constantine, emp J. & J. h 23 Division 
Phillip William, laborer, h 2T,/' Baldwin 
Phillips Catharine E. emp J. & J. h yy Throop ave 
— ■ Edward E. foreman C. F. Jar Co. h jy Throop ave 
— Eleanora, artist, h The Bayard 

— George V. h 50 Remsen ave 
— ^ Laura Mrs. h The Bayard 

— William G. livery, h 273 Redmond 
Phoenix Fire Engine Co. No. 3, 24 Dennis 
Pickering Elizabeth E. widow Joseph W. h 259 Suydam 

— Joseph, engineer, h 149 Burnet 

— Joseph W. driver, h 149 Burnet 
Pierce Albert, motorman, h 17 New 

— Annie Mrs. saloon, 51 Codwise ave. h do 

— Charles W. clerk, h 28 Morris 

— Ezekiel, emp J. & J. h 16 Morrell 

— Henry C. foreman, h 28 Morris 

— John F. coachman, h 54 Division 

— Margaret, h 51 Codwise ave 

— Margaret, widow Michael, h 51 Codwise ave 
Pierson Alfred S. jeweler, h 94 Commercial ave 

— Angela, h 144 Bayard 

— Charles H. h 70 Seaman 

— David S. foreman, h 86 Delevan 

— George I. machinist, h 219 Handy 

— Helen, h 144 Bayard 



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Pierson Herbert W. clerk, h 270 Seaman 

— John E. patternmaker, h 149 Welton 

— Lilly B. domestic, 286 Redmond 

— Walter, pressman, h 52 Albany 

— Walter C. clerk, h 219 Handy 
Pincus John, h 162 Burnet 

Pinewood Collie Kennels, Easton ave. nr city limits 
Pisfoeme Sanmiel, slioemaker, Bristol c Delafield, h 128 Som- 
erset 
Pitman M. E. Church, George c Oliver. Rev. J. Herbert 

Belting-, pastor 
Pitzner William E. insurance agt. h 76 Gunilden 
Plasch Joseph, barber, 17 Easton ave. h 65 College ave 
Plean Minnie, house furnishings, 48 Hiram, h do 
Plechner Carolyn, school teacher, h 198 Somerset 

— Estelle, h 198 Somerset 

PLECHNER GEORGE J. lawyer, 389 George, h 198 Somerset. 
See professional card p 31 

— Matilda, stenographer, h 198 Somerset 

— Tobias, junk, 28 Bethany, h 198 Somerset 
Plesch Joseph, barber, h 65 College ave 
Pleva Joseph, laborer, h 57 Bishop 
Plowoski John (Rev.) 94 Somerset 

Plumb Joseph, janitor, h Clifton ave and George 
Plumbley Minnie, emp J. & J. h 84 Bayard 
Plunkett Joseph F. moulder, h 259 Comstock 
Pockman Eleanor A. h 219 Tovvnsend 

— Margaret Z. h 219 Townsend 

— P. Theodore (Rev.) pastor First Reformed Church, h 219 

Townsend 

— Theodore, student, h 219 Townsend 

POKORNY JOSEPH ( Nyitray & Pokorny) notary public, 85 

French h 67 do 
Poland Gideon, emp Sebolt, h 42 New 
Polesky Michael, laborer, h 408 Sandford 
Polgar George, laborer, h to Somerset 
Polhemus David H. h 29 New 

— Edwin A. clerk, h 61 Schu reman 

— Lanra, stenogrpher, h Millstone 



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Poli Pauline, domestic, h 251 Somerset 

Police Station. 317 George 

Pollard Harry W. paperhanger, 106 French, h do 

— John, machinist, h 106 French 

— Myron A. machinist, h 106 French 
Polvet Peter, laborer, h 8 Catharine 
Pomratz Adam, laborer, h 58 Easton ave 
Pond Louise M. Mrs. h The Bayard 
Ponter Isaac, tinsmith, h 280 Burnet 
Poole Ida, h 86 Hassart 

— Sarah, widow John, h 88 Welton 

Posner Bertha, widow Isaac, h 90 Livingston ave 

— David (I. Posner's Sons) h 90 Livingston ave 

— Isaac Mrs. widow, h 90 Livingston ave 

POSNER I. SONS (Louis, JuUus D., Samuel and David) dry 
goods, 53-55 Church 

— Julius D. (I. Posner's Sons) h 90 Livingston ave 

— Louis (I. Posner's Sons) h 90 Livingston ave 

— Samuel (I. Posner's Sons) h 90 Livingston ave 
Post No. 67, G. A. R. 91 Morris 

POST OFFICE, George c Albany. Charles W. Russell, post- 
master 
Postal Telegraph Cable Co. 89 Albany Wm. J. Kearney, mgr. 
Potter Frederick J. garage, 18 Harvey, h 7 Louis 

— Frederick J. jr. clerk, h 7 Louis 

— John H. vice-pres. George Street Realty Co. 363 George, 

h Harrison ave H. P. 

— J. Harold, clerk, h 7 Louis 

— Wilbur C. machinist, h 198 New 
Powelson Amanda A. h 55 French 

— Mary A. widow Henry, h 100 Hamilton 

— S. Louise, widow J. Edgar, h 227 Seaman 
Powers Catharine, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 58 Morrell 

— Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h 58 Morrell 

— John J. stone cutter, h 255 Neilson 

— Margaret, h 58 Morrell 

— Martin, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 62 Richardson 

— Alary, widow Thomas, h 58 Morrell 

— Timothy, h 58 Morrell 

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Pozelski Joseph, laborer, h 376 Sandford 

Pozik Louis, rubber worker, h 26 Commercial ave 

Praetorius Fritz, bootmaker, h 157 Church 

Prall John V. janitor, h 127 Commercial ave 

Pratt Frank R. prof. Rutgers College, h 2 Winants Hall 

Prazino Lena, widow, h 141 Remsen ave 

Preger Abraham ( Preger Bros.) h 96 Albany 

— Bros. (Isiaac C. and Abraham) props. The Hub, 59 Church 

— Isaac C. (Preger Bros.) h 96 Albany 

Prentiss Robert W. prof. Rutgers College, h Grant ave H. P. 

Pressler George, clerk, h 17 Bartlett 

Price Benjamin M. bus. N. Y. h 148 Livingston ave 

— Edward J. chaufifeur, h 23 Bartlett 

— Henry, bus. X. Y. h 148 Livingston ave 

PRICE HENRY C. (H. M. Price's Sons) h 77 Livingston ave 
PRICE'S H. M. SONS (William H. and Henry C.) stoves, 
plumbing, etc. 249-255 Burnet 

— Jeannette, widow John, h 355 George 

— John, paperhanger, h 66 Throop ave 
— 'John J. machinist, h 5 Guilden 

— Joseph E. shipping clerk, h 5 Guilden 

— Margaretta, h 148 Livingston ave 

— Miles R. bus. N. Y. h 148 Livingston ave 

— Sarah Mrs. h 123 Neilson 

— Suzanna, school teacher, h 123 Neilson 
— ^ Thomas M. h 5 Guilden 

PRICE WILLIAM H. ( H. M. Price's Sons) h 77 Livingston ave 
Pries Benjamin F. cigarmaker, h 31 Robinson 
Priestley Clarence F. h 99 Burnet 
■ — John, painter, h 99 Burnet 

— L. \^orrie, laborer, h 99 Burnet 
Prime Virginia F. h 78 Carroll pi 

Fritting Barbara A. clerk, h 260 Commercial ave 

— Elizabeth, h 260 Commercial ave 

— Margaret, widow George, h 260 Commercial ave 

— Mary E. h 260 Commercial ave 
Prokof John, wireworker, h 246 George 

Prospect Boiler Co. Codwise ave. c Powers. George F. Wild- 
man, pres. : Harry Enoch, sec. : Edward Enoch, treas. 

Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
Enannels, and Varnishes, at the Lowest Prices, 

piu'^ND^AT Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George St. 

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Protection Engine Co. No. 5, Washington nr George 
Provident Building Loan Association, 383 George 
PROVIDENT LIFE AND TRUST CO. OF PHILADELPHIA, 

represented by Howard M. Van Cleef, 94 Albany 
Provost Anna D. dressmaker, 94 Church, h do 

— Caroline, h 42 Railroad ave 

— Charles, h 2y Morris 

PROVOST CLARENCE A. electrician, 65 Schureman, h do. 
See adv p xxxvi 

— Walter C. engineer, h 94 Church 

Prudential Insurance Co. of America, Viehmann Building. 
John Gibson, supt. 

PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY. Office, 
gas and electric departments, 392 George. William F. 
Thomas, agt. gas works, Washington opp. Peace; Electric 
station Albany cor. Peace. William A. Redshaw, asst. supt. 

PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY. Elec- 
tric Department, 23 Albany. William A. Redshaw, supt. 

PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY. Gas 
Works, 13 Washington 

Public Service Street Railway Department, 127 Albany 

Puerschner Alfred H. painter, h 64 Lee ave 

— John B. emp U. S. Express Co. h 174 Townsend 

— William F. manager, h 80 Schureman 
Pulley Ann Mrs. h 274 Comstock 
Pumyea Esther I. h 173 Neilson 

Purdy Franlc B. engineer, h 206 Easton ave 
Puritz Annie Mrs. h 31 Schureman 

— Charles, clerk, h 33 Schureman 

Purnell Lucy A. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 6 Codwise ave 

— Mary, window James S. h 6 Codwise ave 

— Minnie L. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 6 Codwise ave 
PUSTELNICK NATHAN, ladies' tailor, 324 Burnet. See adv 

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Pyatt George W. carder, h 16 James 

— George W. jr. clerk P. O. h 16 James 

— John E. carpenter, h 1 1 Alexander 

— Orpha, h 244 Somerset 



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Quackenboss Alex. W. undertaker, h 25 Remsen ave 

— Emma E. widow Irving, h 31 Mine 
— ^ James, clerk P. O. h 24 Codwise ave 
QUACKENBOSS WILLIAM H. undertaker and embalmer, and 

sheriff, 98-100 Albany, h do. See adv p xi 
Quad Christian F. shoemaker, 56 Dennis, h do 

— Wilhelmina L. cashier, h 56 Dennis 

Qual Martin H. (Rev.) pastor St. John's German Reformed 

Church, h 261 Townsend 
Queen City Fire Insurance Co. of South Dakota, 417 George 
Queenan Frank M. h 314 Suydam 

— Thomas, saloon, 314 Suydam, h do 
Quick William, driver, h 5 French 

Quimby A. C. P. reporter Home News, h First ave. H. P. 
Quinn Francis (Rev.) h 94 Somerset 

— Joseph (Bell Hotel) h 7 Albany 

— William J. baggagemaster, h 12 Alexander 

Quint Elias A. emp Ives Needle Co. h 269 Townsend , 

— Everett A. diemaker. h 266 Townsend 

— Nelson, mason, h 309 Handy 

Qwon Glee, laundry, 126 Somerset, h do 

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Rabinowitz Benjamin, ice cream, h 66 John 
Raciti Frank, shoemaker. 145 Paterson, h do 
Racz George, grocer, 95 French, h do 

— James, butcher, 79 French, h do 
Radbortt Julius, tailor. 35 Peace, h 52 Church 
Rafferty Mary, widow Daniel, h 146 French 

RaFon Frank", shoemaker, 127 Easton ave. h 114 Guilden 
Rompone Joseph, billiards, 147 Remsen ave. h do 

— Julia, stenographer, h 145 Remsen ave 

— Louis, driver, h 145 Remsen ave 

— Vincent, butcher. 145 Renisen ave. h do 
Ramseur Emma, widow, h 181 Handy 

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Randall Caroline E. widow Darley, h Clifton ave nr Burnet 

— Suydam, electrician, h Clifton ave nr Burnet 
Randolph Alexander F. milk, 47 Drift, h do 

— Alstyn F. civil engineer, h 45 Delevan 

— Ambrose F. telegrapher, h 45 Delevan 

— Catharine, clerk, h 336 Suydam 

— Charles F. asst. supt. h 56 Codwise ave 

— Oarence F. statistician, h 45 Delevan 

— Dunham F. shoe; 39 Church, h 42 Comstock 

— Edwin F. emp Ives Needle Co. h 129 French 

— Florence E. F. clerk, h 319 George 

— ^ Harry C. F. photographer, 319 George, h \y Louis 

— James F. emp P. R. R. h 32 Welton 

— Jeannette F. teacher, h 342 George 

— John, h 51 Comstock 

— John F. salesman, h 345 George 

— John H. h 51 Comstock 

— Joseph F. salesman, h 336 Suydam 

— Mabel F. clerk, h 56 Codwise ave 

— Marie F. h 103 Livingston ave 

— Maj-y A. h 30 Remsen ave 

— Mary S. widow Stelle, h 342 George 

— Rachel F. widow Orville T. h 319 George 

— Sarah J. widow Benjamin, h 51 Comstock 

— William A. F. carpenter, h 33 Codwise ave 
Rannazzisi Antonio, musician, h 115 Somerset 
Ranta Tony, shoemaker, 72 Carroll pi. h do 
Rappleyea Andrew, h 74 Welton 

— Andrew E. emp J. & C. h 57 New 

— George, farmer, h 9 Wyckoflf 

— Harry F. saloon, 53 Easton ave. h do 

— Joseph C. emp J. & J. h 73 New 

— Mary, widow Joseph, h 73 New 

— William P. C. foreman, h 205 Townsend 

RARITAN COAL CO. Commerce' spuare. Robert E. Ross, mgr. 

Raritan Engine Co. No. 4, 81 Remsen ave 

RAEITAN HOUSE (Klein's) 18 Albany. See adv p xx 

Raritan River R. R. Depot, Sandford nr Throop ave 

Rastall Alfred P. clerk Bd. of Water Corns, h 170 College ave 



J. F. Bernhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <a Talmadge St. 



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Carting, Grading. Excavating 
Building Moving. Telephone 



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Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



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Rastall Anna, school teacher, h 170 College ave 

— John H. rural mail carrier, h iS^/^ Morrell 

— Robert R. h 170 College ave 

— T. Henry, sec. Bd. of Water Corns, h 170 College ave 

— William, printcutter, h 13 Senior 

Ratliffe Leonard M. watchmaker, h 171 George 
Ratner Esther, student, h 222 Burnet 

— Samuel (Rev.) rabbi Ahvas Achim Synagogue, h 222 

Burnet 
Ratoslen Roko, laborer, h 130 Paterson 
Rattigan Margaret, milliner, h 114 Hamilton 
Ratut x\nnie, dressmaker, 17 x'Vlbany, h do 

— Raphael, linguist, 17 Albany, h do 

Rausch Annie L. widow Abraham, h 8 Codwise ave 

— Charles F. watchman, h 175 New 

— Ethel I. clerk, h 8 Codwise ave 
Raven Club, 1 1 Livingston ave 

Raven John H. (Rev.) prof. Theological Sem. h 185 College av 
Rayhon Vincent, dyer, h 7 Bartlett 
Razik Amedad, laborer, h 250 Neilson 
Rea Alice, h 305 Redmond 

— Alice, widow John F. h 305 Redmond 

— John, laborer, h 305 Redmond 

— ■ Nellie, emp J. & J. h 305 Redmond 

— William J. painter, h 305 Redmond 
Read Ida A. widow Charles, h 84 Bayard 
Reagan Michael F. h 149 Handy 
Reames Helen D. forewoman, h 20 Morris 

— Thomas H. emp J. & J. h 20 Morris 
Reardon John E. brakeman, h 76 Sicard 
Rebinowitz Benjamin, cigars, 237 Burnet, h 66 John 
Reckitts (U. S. A.) Ltd. blue mfrs. Georges rd and Sandford. 

William G. Bearman, mgr. 
Redd Archibald, printer, h 270 Livingston ave 

— Frank A. laborer, h 270 Livingston ave 

— Hall H. glazier, h 270 Livingston ave 

— James H. coachman, h 62 Bayard 
Redensz Franz, laborer, h 171 Burnet 
Redmond Albert C. clerk, h 125 Neilson 



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Redmond Charles W. printer, h 21 Stone 
Redshaw George, farmer, h Burnet nr Clifton ave 

— George jr. h Burnet nr Clifton ave 

— John R. farmer, h Burnet nr Clifton ave 

REDSHAW WILLIAM A. supt. Public Service Corporation of 

N. J. Electric Department, h 11 Codwise ave 
Reed Albert, foreman, h 44 Louis 

— Benjamin, lilacksmith, 128 Burnet, h 5 Carman 

REED BROS. (John and Walton S.) painters and paper hangers, 

183 Suydam. See adv p xxviii 
— ' Catharine, widow Garrett S. h 224 Somerset 

— Charlotte M. bookkeeper, h 14 Division 

— Clara A. emp J. & J. h 5 Carman 

— Clarence E. emp N. Y. h 203 Redmond 

— Edgar L. sexton First Presbyterian Church, h 375 George 

— Edward, waiter, h 169 Church 

— Elizabeth F. laundry, 129 Easton ave. h do 

— Frank, clerk, h 106 Welton 

— George W. blacksmith, h 20 Dennis 
— ^ George W. bridgetender, h 14 Division 

— Helen A. h 5 Carman 

— H. A. h 87 Seaman 

— Jacob F. fish, 62 Hiram, h 203 Redmond 
REED JOHN (Reed Bros.) h 183 Suydam 

— Julia, h 12 Schureman 
— ^ Katie, h 183 Suydam 

— Lillian M. h 20 Dennis 

— Mary A. widow John, h 183 Suydam 

— Raymon V. emp box factory, h 5 Carman 

— Reuben P. ship carpenter, h 68 Commercial avt 

— Thomas J. emp J. & J. h 224 Somerset 
REED WALTON S. (Reed Bros.) h 20 Dennis 

— William, h 135 Easton ave 

— William, driver, h 28 French 

— William, machinist, h 59 Guilden 

— William, policeman, h 55 Schureman 

— William R. clerk, h 87 Seaman 

— William R, stationer and bookseller, 380 George, h 207 Red- 

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Reeder Jacob, plumber, h 49 Delafield 
Reedy Catharine, telegrapher, h 181 Albany 

— Michael, clerk N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h 307 George 
REEVE A. W. druggist, 229 George, h 193 do 
Reeves Albert R. paperlianger, 289 Redmond, h do 

— William H. T. lawyer, h 205 George 
Regan Helen T. stenographer, h lai Easton ave 

— Leo T. plumber, h loi Easton ave 

— Margaret, widow John, h 66 Lee ave 

— Mary, h loi Easton ave 

— Michael F. driver, h 149 Handy 

— Patrick F. h 22 Lee ave 

— Rosanna, widow Patrick, h 10 1 Easton ave 

— Thomas, packer, h 140 Handy 
Reid Albert V. driver, h 265 Delevan 

— Charles, mason, h 30 Throop ave 

— Charles W. clerk, h 270 Comstock 

— Ellen, widow Matthew, h 189 College ave 

— Elmer F. h 270 Comstock 

— Harry, fireman, h 270 Comstock 

— James, h 272 Comstock 

— James E. clerk, h 277 Comstock 

— Mary E. Mrs. grocer, 272 Comstock, h do 

— Reuben H. driver, h 36 Hartwell 

— Richard J. engineer, h 126 Codwise ave 

REID WILLIAM L. mgr. Adams Express Co. h 189 College ave 
Reihl William, picker, h 316 Seaman 
Reiley Philip F. h 89 Richardson 

— William, lawyer, 105 Carroll pi., h do 

— William F. emp P. R. R. h 89 Richardson 
Reilley Arthur A. h 21 James 

— ^ Helen R. stenographer, h 21 James 

— Lawrence E. h 338 Suydam 

— Mary A. stenographer, h 21 James 

— Patrick L. emp J. & C. h 21 James 

— WilHam G. machinist, h 21 James 

Reilly Anna M. dressmaker, 133 Suydam, h do 

— Annie, weaver, h Easton ave opp Landing la 

— Bernard B. plumber, h 25 James 



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Reilly Bridget, h 46 Ray 

— Catharine C. widow James, h 125 Somerset 

— Charles J. driver, h 135 Somerset 

— Ehner Y. plumber, 135 Somerset, h do 

— Florence, h 43 Neilson 

— James J. emp P. R. R. h 24 Bartlett 

— Mary, stenographer, h Easton ave opp Landing la 

• — Mary, widow Patrick, h Easton ave opp Landing la 

— Patrick J. engineer, h 133 Suydam 

— William, laborer, h 13 Albany 

Reinecke Elizabeth, school teacher, h 282 George 
Reinhardt Frederick, h 186 Seaman 
Reinson Mary, widow John, h 402 Sandford 

— Valentine, h 402 Sandford 

Reisfeld Joseph, carpenter, h 28 Schureman 
RELYEA EDWARD S. grocer, George c Church, h 265 Handy. 
See adv p xxxiv 

— Harry A. h 265 Handy 

Remsen Amelia, widow John L. h 61 Schureman 

Remson Alix, harnessmaker, 6 Hiram, h 4 do 

RENDLEMAN JOSEPH (United Paint and Wall Paper Co.) 

h 8 Dennis 
Reng John, grocer, 59 Hiram, h 254 Suydam 
Renk Albert, emp P. R. R. h 64 Easton ave 

— Catharine, widow Ferdinand, h 64 Easton ave 

— Emma, emp J. & J. h 64 Easton ave 

— Eva I. emp J. & J. h 64 Easton ave 

Renshaw Catharine R. widow Charles, h 270 Suydam 
Revolinsky A. (Mary and Thomas Revolinsky) grocers, 251 
French 

— Charles, laborer, h 230 French 

— John, h 55 Jersey ave 

— Mary (A. Revolinsky) h 251 French 
— ^ Thomas (A. Revolinsky) h 251 French 
Re}-hon Franz, patternmaker, h 1 14 Guilden 

— Paul, emp Hos. Co. h Senior nr Wyckoff 
Reynolds Charles, h 179 George 

— Florence, widow John, h 168 Albany 

REYNOLDS HOWARD A. lawyer, 102 Church, h 179 George 

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Reynolds Joseph B. h 31 John 

— Maud C. h 207 New 

— Percy, emp J. & J. h 168 Albany 

— Samuel M. draughtsman, h 207 New 

— Walter B. chauffeur, h 207 New 
— • Walter C. machinist, h 207 New 

— William W. tailor, h 168 Albany 
Reznor Charles A. h -^"j Oliver 

Rhine Garrett, driver, h 102 Easton ave 

— John A. butcher, h 102 Easton ave 
Rhoades Eva, h 205 Somerset 

Rhode Island Insurance Co. 349 George 

Rhodes Horace, machinist, h 54 New 

Rhoedder Anna, emp Newark, h 46 Throop ave 

— Jacob, h 46 Throop ave 

— John, driver, h 46 Throop ave 

— Mary, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 46 Throop ave 
Rhyne Andrew J. driver, h 20 Dennis 

Rice Bridget E. widow Henry, h 137 Welton 

— Ella M. widow Walter, principal Rice Industrial Literary 

Institute, h 1 10 Comstock 

— Frederick, laborer, h 75 Delevan 

— Helen A. h 137 Welton 

— Industrial Literary Institute, no Comstock, Ella M. Rice, 

principal 

— John H. student, h no Comstock 

— John W. h 82 Carroll pi 

— J. Kearney, counsellor-at-law, 102 Church, h 82 Carroll pi 

— J. Warren, physician, 48 Paterson, h 88 Livingston ave 

— May V. dressmaker. 137 Welton, h do 

— Richard C. emp N. Y. h 82 Carroll pi 

— Sallie N. h 82 Carroll pi 

— S. Neilson, broker N. Y. h 82 Carroll pi 
RICE WALTER D. (Hull & Rice) h 139 Welton 
Richards Clarence R. bookkeeper, h 159 Baldwin 

— Daniel, emp Ives Needle Co. h 53 Carman 

— Elmer J. emp J. & J. h 159 Baldwin 
— ^ Ethel, h 53 Carman 

— Henry L. mason, h 10 Talmadge 

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— •Julia, h 53 Carman 

— Sadie P. emp Mus. String Co. h 159 Baldwin 

— William, carpenter, h 65 New 
Richardson Allan S. h 92 Bayard 

— Anna F. B. h 92 Bayard 

— E. Grace, h 131 Somerset 

— Harriet B. widow E. V. h 92 Bayard 

— Harry H. (Burton & Richardson) h 216 George 

— Jessie, clerk, h 131 Somerset 

— John S. bartender, h Hotel Milton 

— Margaret B. h 92 Bayard 

— William, asst. postmaster, h 32 Bishop 

RICHTER CONRAD, JR. barber, 361 George, h 297 Townsend. 
See adv p ix 

— Frederick, carpet layer, h 158 Church 

— Gertrude M. clerk, h 158 Church 

— William, clerk, h 158 Church 
Richthammer George F. butcher, h 108 Burnet 
Ricker William E. conductor, h 124 Easton ave 
Rickert Frederick C. foreman Hos. Co. h 94 Church 
Riddel Edward H. carpenter, h 217 Neilson 
Riddell Margaret, emp cigar factory, h 82 Lee ave 
Riddle Thomas H. contractor, h 25 Remsen ave 
Ridgeway Eliza S. widow Joseph, h 102 Hamilton 

— Hazel'M. student, h 12 Bartlett 

— Joseph H. emp P. R. R. h 12 Bartlett 
Riley Andrew, watchman, h 54 Stone 

— Annie A. boxmaker J. & J. h 52 Albany 

— Bridget, widow Michael, h 46 Ray 

— Edward F. metal caster, h 54 Huntington 

— Harry, machinist, h 54 Stone 

— Henry T. student, h 52 Albany 

— James, h 5 Spring 

— James, laborer, h 54 Stone 

— James A. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 302 Townsend 

— James A. machinist, h 47 Dennis 

— James F. clerk, h 54 Stone 

— James J. embalmer, h 52 Albany 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Riley Jennie, student, h 54 Stone 

— John, boilermaker, li 12 Schureman 

— John F. h 290 Townsend 

— John V. bookkeeper, h 54 Stone 

— Mamie, emp J. & J. h 5 Spring 

— Margaret C. h 8 Easton ave 

— Mary, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 54 Stone 

— Owen, hostler, h 52 Albany 
— ■ Thomas, h 20 Central ave 

— William C. emp Ives Needle Co. h 290 Townsend 

— Winifred, widow Owen, h 8 Easton ave 
Ring Carl, shoemaker, h 72 Dennis 
Ringel Abraham, saloon, 109 French, h do 
Rink Gottlob E, machinist, h 121 Throop ave 
Ringwood Howard, laborer, h 14 Railroad ave 
Riportella Antonio, fruits, 177 Neilson, h 15 New 
Riter Frank, rubberworker, h 33 Carman 

— Matz, rubberworker, h 33 Carman 

Ritter William H. purchasing agt. J. & J. h 266 George 
Riva Ferdinand E. physician, 47 Bayard, h do 
Roach Mary, widow Richard, h 141 Seaman 

— Mary A. h 141 Seaman 
Robbins Amelia W. h 41 French 

— Franklin A. cigarmakei, h 41 French 

— George B. salesman, h 22 Hartwell 

— George R. watchman, h 125 Somerset 
Roberts Arthur, emp J. & C. h 14 Scott 

— Clara, h 14 Scott 

— Cornelia, widow Joseph, h 175 Albany 

— Edward W. (Rev.) h 280 Comstock 

— Ernest W. student, h 280 Comstock 

— George M. emp Hos. Co. h 175 Albany 

— Jarvis, ff^rmer, h Georges rd nr Allen's !a 

— John, felter, h 14 Scott 

— Oscar S. clerk, h 14 Scott 

— Susie E. h 21 Morris 

— William H. D. laborer, h 175 Albany 
Robertson Helen, h 200 Easton ave 

— James, clerk, h 291 Burnet 

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Robertson Tessie, boxmaker, h 200 Easton ave 

— William, clerk, h 200 Easton ave 
Robins May, widow Louis, h 90 Remsen ave 
Robinson Anna, h 296 George 

— Augustus, h 148 Suydam 

— ^ Charles, emp J. & J. h 177 George 

— Elizabeth M. h 13 James 

— Ellen M. widow William P. h 133 Church 

— Frank, h 148 Suydam 

— ^ Frederick G. knit goods, 21 Robinson 

— Henry W. clerk^ h 133 Church 

— Ida, h 136 Throop ave 

— John P. emp J. & Co. h 13 James 

— Lewis H. clerk, h 51 Burnet 

— Louis N. fruit, h 255 George 

— M. F. fruits, 5 Church, h 255 George 

— Oscar, laborer, h 176 Commercial ave 

— William, emp J. & C. h 75 Morrell 

— William C. janitor, h 13 Alexander 

— William H. carpenter, h 136 French 

— William P. clerk, h 133 Church 

— William P. jr. h 133 Church 

Robotham David H. watchman, h 38 Schureman 

Roche John S. driver Adams Express Co. h 260 Redmond 

— Margaret A. h 260 Redmond 

— ■ Mary, widow Patrick, h 260 Redmond 
Rockafellow George W. bookkeeper, h 173 Hamilton 
— ■ Flenry, h 245 Hale 

Rodbortt Julius, tailor, 35 Peace, h 52 Church 
Rodenberger John G. painter, h 62 Delafield 
Roderig Theodore E. vocalist, h 1823^ Albany 
Rodits Thomas, laborer, h 20 Easton ave 
Roe Huldah H. h 72 Easton ave 

— Sarah Q. h 72 Easton ave 
Roechesky Albert, h 95 Delafield 
Roedge, Thomas, laborer, h 18 Easton ave 
Roehrich Matthias, shoemaker, 134 Neilson, h do 

Roeser Richard, fish, 24 Easton ave. h Raritan ave nr Fourth, 
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Rogers Charles H. warden County Jail, h Sheriff's house 

— James, student, h Sheriff's house 

Rohr Frederick R. clerk P. O. h 95 Throop ave 

— Robert, plumber, h 46 Baldwin 

— Robert F. tailor, h 95 Throop ave 
Rolfe Ada I. stenographer, h 203 New 

— Augustus, h 117 Xeilson 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. contractors' and masons' 
materials, 181 Burnet. J. H. Rolfe, pres. ; Isaiah Rolfe, 
vice-pres. ; Harry J. Rolfe, sec. and treas. See adv bottom 
lines 

— Charles E. h 42 Remsen ave 

— Charles E. clerk, h 19 Schureman 

— Clarence G. demonstrator, h 88 Paterson 

— Clarence W. stenographer, h 48 Hassart 

— Edward C. lumber, h 42 Remsen ave 

— Eliza J. widow James T. h 19 Schureman 

— Frederick, bookkeeper, h 123 Somerset 

— Garnett A. h 235 Livingston ave 

— George K. plumber, h 88 Paterson 

ROLFE HARRY J. sec. and treas. Rolfe Building Materials Co. 

h. 123 Livingston ave 
ROLFE ISAIAH, vice-pres. Rolfe Building Materials Co. h 

Metuchen 

— Jennie, widow Frank T. h 19 Schureman 

ROLFE JOHN H. pres. Building Materials Co. h 46 Livingston 
ave 

— Joseph G. carpenter, h 203 New 

— Julius M. clerk J. & J. h ^^y Suydam 

— Lucy, widow William, h 177 Livingston ave 

— Marvin J. cigarmaker, h 19 Schureman 
Rollins Elizabeth, widow Joseph J. h 262 Suydam 
Romer Charles C. painter, h 86 John 

ROMER ED"WARD E. painter and decorator, 44 New, h do 
Rommacher Philij). i^ainter, h 75 Burnet 
Romon Stephen, millworker, h ^;^ Wyckoff 
Rooney Joseph J. h 219 Baldwin 

— Leonard A. actor, h 221 Baldwin 



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Rooney Mary, domestic, h College ave c George 

Rootham , h 69 Schureman 

Rorke Lilly, h 36 Peace 

Rosa Adolph J. barber, h 260 Burnet 

— Paul O. barber, 260 Burnet, h do 

Rose Elizabeth, widow Daniel M. h 138 Redmond 

— Enoch, lineman N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h Franklin Park tpk 
— • Frank E. painter, h 138 Redmond 

Rosen Harry, grocer, 256 Burnet, h do 

Rosenbaum Ignatz L. insurance agt. h 142 Paterson 

Rosenberg Edward, clerk, h i Dennis 

— Henry, peddler, h 6 Catharine 

— Rita, widow Charles, h 6 Catharine 

— William, laborer, h 6 Catharine 

Rosenberger John M. barber, 49 Dennis, h 244 Somerset 
Rosenblatt Isaac, salesman, h 51 Church 
ROSNER CONRAD (Rosner & Son) h 146 Commercial ave 
ROSNER JOHN H. (Rosner & Son) h 146 Commercial ave 
ROSNER & SON (Conrad and John H.) blacksmiths and car- 
riage builders, 144-146 Commercial ave. See adv p xxix 
ROSS CHARLES D. sec. and treas. New Brunswick Fire Ins. 
Co. and vice-pres. Middlesex Title Guarantee and Trust 
Co. h 266 Seaman 

— Elias, printer, h 98 Bayard 

— George F. emp J. & C. h 295 Townsend 

ROSS HARRY (Miles Ross & Son) h 152 Livingston ave 

— John H. clerk, h 206 New 

ROSS MILES & SON (Millard F., Harry and Robert E. Ross) 

wholesale coal dealers, 383 George c Church 
ROSS MILLARD F. (Miles Ross & Son) h 108 Livingston ave 

— Milton, bookkeeper, h 98 Bayard 

— Morris C. tax assessor, h 300 George 

ROSS ROBERT E. (Miles Ross & Son) and mgr. Raritan Coal 
Co. h 156 Livingston ave 

— Robert L. emp V. S. Rubber Co. h 295 Townsend 

— Samuel A. foreman Ives Needle Wks. h 202 Townsend 

— William N. foreman Ives Needle Wks. h- 159 Bayard 
Roth Anthony, express, 189 Townsend, h do 

— Frank, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 93 Ray 

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Roth Frank jr. tiremaker, h 93 Ray 

— John, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 59 Bartlett 

— Joseph J. engineer, h 13 Hartwell 

— Martin, emp V. S. Rubber Co. h 93 Ray 

— & Co. butchers. 38 Church. Joseph Lowenthal, mgr. 
'Rotz Mary, h 293 Neilson 

Rowland John, hotel and wood, 204 Commercial ave. h do 

— John H. student, h 204 Commercial ave 

— Kate, h 275 Handy 

— Robert A. h 193 New 

ROWLAND WILLIAM, china, glassware, etc. 3 Paterson Block, 

h 106 Bayard 
Rowson Leslie G. foreman, h 16 Lee ave 
Royston George, waiter, h 28 French 
Rubeck Joseph, laborer, h 22 Commercial ave 
Rubel Louis, house furnishing goods, 159 French, h do 
Rubowich Myer. h 80 Burnet 
Ruck Charles M. machinist, h 303 Neilson 
RUCK FRED, plumbing^, tinning,' steam fitting, 150 Bayard c 

New, h 13 Railroad ave. See adv p xxxii 

— Frederick, packer, h 305 Neilson 

— Henry, baker, h 303 Neilson 

— Matilda, h 303 Neilson 

Ruckle Catharine, midwife, 113 Neilson, h do 

— Elsie, h 113 Neilson 

— William H. baker, loi Neilson, h 113 do 

— William H. jr. baker, h 113 Neilson 
Ruckman Theodore, machinist, h 339 Suydam 
Rudige John, laborer, h 130 Somerset 
Rudisch Anthony, millworker, h 106 Somerset 
Rudolph Frank, laljorer. h 40 Somerset 

— Henry, peddler, h 165 George 
Rugl Nicholas, h 13 Hassart 

Ruii Henry C. locksmith, 44 Dennis, h 53 Hiram 
Ruble IMartin \\ B. newsdealer, 2 Cod wise ave. h 130 Nev.' 
Ruis Sebastian, dry goods, 19 French, h do 
Rule Carrie, school teacher, h 51 Remsen ave 

— Charles R. carpenter, h 140 N^ew 

— Edwin T\. tiremaker, h 56 Burnet 



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RULE GEORGE B. carpenter and builder, 71 John, h 12 Rem- 
sen ave. See adv p xxxi 

— Helen R. bookkeeper, h 140 New 

— Howard C. asst. sec. N. B. Savings Inst, h 10 Union 

— Jeremiah, clerk P. O. h 55 Washington 

— John, engineer, h 51 Remsen ave 

— Mary, widow Aaron, h 76 Schureman 

— Margaret, widow William, h 55 Washington 

— Robert, h 55 Washington 

— S. Janet, h 12 Remsen ave 

— Warren H. emp J. & J. h 75 New 

— William E. emp shoe shop, h 56 Neilson 
Rnlewich Peter, h 251 French 

Rundella Harry, laborer, h 198 Burnet 

Runyon Anna, widow John, h 2 Baldwin 

RUmrON BROS. (Peter P. and D. F. R. Runyon) wholesale 

grocers, etc. 227-231 Burnet 
RUNYON CHARLES H. attorney-at-law, 381 George, h 155 

Livingston ave 

— Clarkson, broker, h 14 Union 

— D. Augustus, emp rubber shop, h 285 Suydam 
RUNYON D. F. R. (Runyon Bros.) h Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

— Edward T. telegrapher, h 64 John 

— Elias Bergen, telegrapher, h 64 John 

— Elias B*. shipyard, 117 Burnet, h do 

— James W. h 25 Morris 

— Laurence P. physician, 422 George, h 14 Union 

— Lemuel, ship carpenter, h 130 Burnet 
—- Morton K. emp J. & Co. h 298 Suydam 
RUNYON PETER P. (Runyon Bros.) h 214 Redmond 

— Sarah E. h 86 Delevan 

— Theodore V. h 2 Baldwin 

Rupert, John, barber, 22"/ Neilson, h H. P. 
Rupp Charles F. printer, h 184 Easton ave 

— Elizabeth, widow Abraham, h 184 Easton ave 

— Helena, h 184 Easton ave 

— Louisa, widow Abraham, h 125 Neilson 
Rupprecht Catharine, h 192 Hale 

— David, emp rubber shop, h 16 Neilson 

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Riipprecht John, laborer, h 38 Lee ave 

— Man^, emp cigar factory, h 192 Hale 

— Nellie, h 192 Hale 

— Paul, machinist, h 192 Hale 

Russell Albert E. foreman, h 68 Huntington 

— Bertha Mrs. h 165 Comstock 

RUSSELL CHARLES W. coal, flour, feed and grain, French c 
Schuyler; coal pockets Comstock and P. R. R. and post- 
master, h 9 Union. See adv inside back cover 

— Georgie, h 34 Schureman 

— Louisa A. widow Hall, h 208 Suydam 

— Louise, domestic, 262 Suydam 

— Samuel, boatman, h 34 Schureman 

— William, carpenter, h 165 Comstock 
Rnssert Bertha, stenographer, h 336 George 

— Bertha T. widow John W. h 336 George 
Russler Jacob, painter, h 35 Central ave 

Russo Alphonso, shoemaker, ii4>4 Somerset, h 68 Easton ave 

— Charles, laborer, h 159 Baldwin 

— Frank, insurance agt. h 140 Remsen ave 

— Frank, pressman, h 115 Somerset 

— Jacob, laborer, h 127 Seaman 
Rust Helen M. h 118 New 
-—Louise B. h 118 New 

RUST PHARMACAL CO. (THE) mfg. chemists, 360 George 

— Schuyler H. clerk, h 71 Paterson 

— Schuyler Leonard, h it8 New 

RUST SCHUYLER S. drug-gist, George c Paterson, h 71 Pater 
son 

— William & Sons Co. (William H. Rust) chemists, Bethany 

nr French 

— W^illiam H. (William Rust & Sons) h it8 New 
Rutan Florence Mrs. milliner, 86 Bayard, h do 

— George C. asst. supt. Colonial Ins. Co. h 86 Bayard 
RUTGERS ATHLETIC GROUNDS, 159 College ave 
RUTGERS COLLEGE, Hamilton, George and College ave 
RUTGERS COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL, College ave c 

Somerset: Boarding Department, Hamilton opp Robinson 

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RUTGERS NICHOLAS G. pres. N. B. Savings Institution, h 45 

Paterson 
RUTGERS STABLES, storage and warehouse, 39-41 Easton ave. 

Will J. McDede, prop. 

Ruthem Albert P. machirnist, h 69 Schureman 
Ruzsovics Tholman, laborer, h 145 Bayard 
Ryan Catharine, h 147 Sandford 

— Catharine G: h 20 Division 

— Edward, h 20 Division 

— Enos H. baggagemaster P. R. R. h 121 Albany 

— Frank, clerk, h 437 George 

— Grace H. music teacher, h 20 Division 

— John S. emp rubber shop, h 18 Lee ave 

— Margaret A. milliner, h 20 Division 

— Mary, widow Patrick, h 18 Central ave 

— ]\Tary, grocer, 18 L,ee ave. h do 

— Michael, h 49 Easton ave 

— Michael, bridge builder, h 171 Albany 

— Thomas, emp J. & C. h 22 Richmond 
— 'Timothy, laborer, h 137 Neilson 

— ^ William, bartender, h 138 Guilden 
Ryder Edward, machinist, h 68 Welton 

— Elizabeth, nurse, Nichol ave opp Delevan 

— Nelson S. driver, h 68 Wdton 

— William, machinist, h 68 Welton 
Ryerson Annie V. D. h 59 Morris 

— Theodore B. lawyer, h 258 Handy 

— Theodore E. jr. bus. N. Y. h 258 Handy 
Ryno Frances E. J. saleswoman, h 247 George 
— ■ Henry, driver, h 25 Prospect 

— Jennie M. h 247 George 

— Katherine B. widow James jr. h 247 George 

— Rebecca, widow Henry, h 25 Prospect 

— Walter S. janitor, h 145 Church 



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Sabadia Jan, laborer, h 25 French 

.^ablolsky Anton, dry goods, 426 George, h do 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275- W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Sabo Joseph, carpenter, h 26 Easton ave 

— Joseph, laborer, h 6 Somerset 
-;— Louis, laborer, h 15 Condict 

— Michael, laborer, h 11 Railroad ave 

Sacred Heart Church (R. C.) 58-60 Throop ave. Rev. James 

F. Devine, pastor 
Sacred Heart Convent, 109 Suydam 

Sacred Heart Parochial School, Suydam c Commercial ave 
Saeff Harry, butcher, h 230 Burnet 
Sage (Gardner A.) Library. Seminary pi. John C. Van Dyke, 

librarian 
Sahn Esther R. h 139 Neilson 
SAHN ISRAEL, ladies' tailor, 139 Neilson, h do. 'Phone 

349-12 
St. Francis Convent. Easton ave opp Huntington 
St. James M. E. Church, Easton ave c Hamilton 
St. John's German Reformed Church. xA.lbany c George. Rev. 

M. H. Oual, pastor 
St. John the Baptist Church (German R. C.) 26-32 Neilson. 

Rev. Joseph F. Keuper, pastor 
St. John the Baptist Convent, 24 Neilson 
St. John the Baptist Parochial School, 22 Neilson 
St. John the Evangelist Church (Episcopal) 181-189 George. 

Rev. Charles E. Phelps, rector emeritus 
St. Ladislaus Church (R. C.) (Hungarian) 213 Somerset. 

Rev. John N. Szeneczey, pastor 
St. Mary's Home, 260 Easton ave 

St. Peter's Cemetery. Somerset c French. Dennis Bvrne. supt. 
ST. PETER'S GENERAL HOSPITAL, Somerset c Hardenbergh 
St. Peter's R. C. Church, Somerset nr George. The Rt. Rev. 

Monsignor John A. O'Grady, pastor 
St. Peter's School (R. C.) Somerset c Division 
Salenger Lawrence, engineer, h 40 Codwise ave 
Salisbury Charles H. bookkeeper Samuel Lederer & Son. h 

Somerset opp St. Peter's Cemetery 
Salkolska Bronislava. emp cigar factory, h 142 Lee ave 
Salkovitz Abraham, tailor, h 4 New 

Salmon Christopher W. caretaker, h College ave c George 
Saloom Joseph, varieties, 112 Somerset, h do 



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Saloom Saloom, fruits, 13 Easton ave. h 112 Somerset 

Salvation Army Headquarters, 135 Neilson 

Salvo Catharine, h 146 French 

Sammis Jesse B. clerk, h 335 Townsend * 

Sammons Ellis, carpenter, h 246 George 

— John, driver, h 246 George 

Samsel B. F. jr. contract clerk N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h Sayre- 

ville, N. J. 
Samuels William H. driver, h 126 French 

— William S. bookkeeper, h 126 French 
Sanderson Albert, laborer, h 348 Seaman 

— Delbert, driver, h 31 Guilden 

— Walter E. ship carpenter, h 60 John 
Sandor Rose, h 215 Somerset 

Sands Andrew, emp J. & J. h 31 Bartlett 

— William K. laborer, h 42 Codwise ave 
Sanfedele Emil, barber, 143 Church, h do 
Sanford Francis J. decorator, h 397 Sanford 
SangstonlNlary, widow Edward, h 196 Somerset 
Sansberry Carrie M. music teacher, 39 Oliver, h do 

— John H. colormixer, h 39 Oliver 
Sansouci Frank, emp J. & J. h 6 Sicard 
Santo Antonio, shoemaker, 9 Sicard, h do 
Sanzer, Matthias, tailor, h 34 Richmond 
Sapienza Josephine, h 53 Throop ave 

Sapiro Alexander, kindling wood, 10 Oliver, h 160 Burnet 

— E. peddler, h 21 John 

Saporansky Harry, peddler, h 105 Burnet 
Sappol Max (Sappol & Orenshian) h 29 John 

— & OrcHshian (Max Sappol and Max Orenshian) grocers, 

26 Hiram 
Sarvas Steve, blacksmith, h I7 Guilden 
Sasche Antonio, laborer, h 130 Somerset 
SAULSBERRY CHARLES E. physician, 75 Livingston ave. h 

do. Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. 
Saults John T. conductor, h 305 Seaman 

— Thomas V. laborer, h 305 Seaman 
Saunders Albertus C. watchman, h 97 Carroll pi 



J. F. Bernhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ^ Talmadge St. 



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Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 600 

SAUNDERS GARAGE (Middlesex Motor Co. Inc.) George c 
Carroll pi. H. Clark Saunders, pres.; Charles A. White, 
vice-pres. ; L. A. Voorhees, sec. See adv bottom lines 

SAUNDERS H. CLARK, pres. Middlesex Motor Co. h 97 Car- 
roll pi. 

— James L. linotyper, h 22 Morrell 
Savage Edward A. student, h 30 Louis 

— John, boatman, h 261 Comstock 

— John F. h 30 Louis 

— Mary A. telephone opr. h 30 Louis 

— Patrick F. fireman, h 30 Louis 

Sawyer Anna, emp Hos. Co. h 66 Schureman 

— David B. needleworker, h 66 Schureman 

— Florence S. stitcher, h 66 Schureman 

— Millie C. emp Hos. Co. h 66 Schureman 
Scalt Joseph, laborer, h 376 Hale 
Scanlon Annie, widow George, h 10 Burnet 

— Fannie, cigarmaker, h 10 Burnet 

— James, mgr. Hanover Shoe Co. h 26 Morrell 
Schacht Frederick, buttonmaker, h 114 Easton ave 
Schackmann Peter, machinist, h 223 Burnet 
Schaeffer Charles A. bookkeeper, h 9 Neilson 

— Katherine, dressmaker, 9 Neilson, h do 

— Margaret, widow Charles, h 9 Neilson 
SchaiTer Charles, h 163 Baldwin 

Schaible Jacob E. grocer, steamboat dock, h do 
Schanbrunn Morriss, butcher, h 10 Schureman 
Schanck Hattie E. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h yy Hassart 

— Luke, watchman, h yy Hassart 

SCHANCK T. ELY, cashier People's Nat. Bank, h 19 Union 

— Walter VV. clerk, h 95 Throop ave 
Scharlach Mary, widow Eugene, h 6 Easton ave 
Schatzer Charles, carpenter, h 59 Commercial ave 
Schatzman Jacob, butcher, 220 Burnet, h do 

SCHEIDIG LEONARD, cafe and restaurant, 135 Albany, h do. 

See adv p xx 
Schelich Joseph, baker, 94 Throop ave. h do 
Schemenick Mary, h 85 French 



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SCHENCK ARTHUR V. lawyer, 41-43 Paterson, h Redcliff, 
H. P. See professional card p 31 

— Building, 41-43 Paterson 

— Charles, porter, h r 39 Robinson 
- — Charles A. h 195 Livingston ave 
— ^ Edward, laborer, h 139 Hale 

SCHENCK ELBERT S. asst. treas. and pur. agt. DeWitt Wire 
Cloth Co. Bellville, h Livingston ave. c Hale 

— Elizabeth, widow Howard, h 139. Hale 

— Emma, h 275 Comstock 

— Eva K. h 130 New 

— Eerdinand S. (Rev.) prof. Theological Sem. h Seminary pi 

— Ferdinand S. jr. student, h Seminary pi 

— Ceorgianna, h 253 Handy 

— Georgianna, h 130 New 

— Georgie, domestic, h 31 Codwise ave 

— Howard E. coachman, h 253 Handy 

— Ira, h 7 Duke 

— Isaac S. (Rev.) h 28 Paterson 

— John H. hostler, h 189 Redmond 

— Lula, h 275 Comstock 

— Lydia, h 275 Comstock 

— Maud H. h Seminary pi 

— Nora V. h Seminary pi 

— Stella, h 253 Handy 

— Walter, h 90 Throop ave 

— ■ Walter E. driver, h 253 Handy 

SCHENCK WARREN R. lawyer, 41-43 Paterson, h 210 Hale. 
See professional card p 31 

— W. Earle, h 28 Paterson 

Scherres Theodore, mason, h 114 Erench 
SCHEUER DAVID (Scheuer & Bro.) h Newark, N. J. 
SCHEUER MOSES (Scheuer & Bro.) h Newark, N. J. 
SCHEUER & BRO. (David and Moses) grocers, 38 Church. 

Joseph Cohn, mgr. See adv p xxix 
Schieber Heinrich, rubberworker, h 36 Hassart 

— Katharine, domestic, h 42 Albany 

— Margaret Mrs. h 36 Hassart 

— Theresa, h 36 Hassart 



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Schilling Peter, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 19 New 

Schipmann Henry G. detective, h 274 Sandford 

Schlam Charles, clothier, 19 Hiram, h do 

Schlank John, tiremaker, h iii Seaman 

Schlee Christopher, emp Ives Needle Co. h 270 Somerset 

— Henry, earner P. O. h Georges rd c Commercial ave 
Schleifer John, tire worker, h 4 Liberty 

Schleimer Samuel, lawyer, h 306 George 

SCHLESINGER FRANK, cigar mfr. and dealer, 105 Church, 

h 78 Bayard 
SCHLESINGER "WILLIAM, coal, grain and flour, 1 Water, 

and sec. New Brunswick Brewing Co. h 338 George 
Schlosser Arthur, carpenter, h 2^ Abeel 

— Charles H. machinist, h 293 Seaman 

— Henry, carpenter, h 23 Abeel 

— Lucy V. A. bookkeeper M. Wallach, h R. F. D. No. 5 

— Margaret S. h yy Bishop 

— William F. (Schlosser & Kuhlthau) h 211 George 

— William F. jr. emp Home News, h 211 George 

— & Kuhlthau (William F. Schlosser and Charles H. Kuhl- 

thau) liquors, 60 Dennis 
Schlotthauer Joseph, tailor, h 18 Easton ave 
Schmalholz Laurentz T. h 224 Handy 
Schmeckenbecker William G. foreman, h 41 Railroad ave 

— William G. jr, slater, h 41 Railroad ave 
Schmelik Annie, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 248 Burnet 

— Anthony, h 248 Burnet 

— Mary, cigarmaker, h 248 Burnet 
Schmid Robert, emp J. & Co. h 121 Somerset 
Schmidt August, truckman, h 47 Bishop 

— Catharine, widow George E. h 17 Oliver 

— Charles, emp N. Y. h 209 Handy 

— Charles B. truckman, h 136 French 

— Elizabeth, h 17 Oliver 

— Elizabeth H. clerk, h 211 Handy 

— Express, 16 Oliver 

— George E. jr. h 17 Oliver 

— Gertrude, student, h 209 Handy 

— Gertrude K. student, h 2 11 Handy 

NewBrunswiGKOarafles^r 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. De'^anmenHn Ch?r^ e 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. of InrsTaas'sVechLn^ 
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Schmidt Henry, tailor, h 209 Handy 

— John, bootmaker, h 223 Burnet 
— ^John, machinist, h 58 Dennis 

— John, rubberworker, h 69 Handy 

— John jr. machinist, h 58 Dennis 

— Louisa, h 17 Ohver 

— Mary, h 17 Oliver 

— Millie C. cigar packer, h 32 Hassart 

— Peter, fireman, h 32 Hassart 

— Valentine, butcher, 31 Easton ave. h 340 George 

— VVendel, bartender, h 189 Albany 

— William A. machinist, h 211 Handy 
Schmit Charles, carpenter, 393 Sandford, h do 

— Frank, rubberworker, h 393 Sandford 

— John, carpenter, h 393 Sandford 

— William J. carpenter, h 393 Sandford 
Schmitt Anna, widow Conrad, h 133 Neilson 
Schneeweiss Henry P. bus. N. Y. h 49 Bayard 

— Mary P. widow F. M.h 49 Bayard 
Schneider Adam, rubberworker, h 15 Duke 

— Annie K. school teacher, h 54 Easton ave 

— Bros. (Edward R. and Charles) newsdealers and cigars, 

126 Albany 

— Charles (Schneider Bros.) h 54 Easton ave 

— Edward, buttonmaker, h 15 Duke 

— Edward R. (Schneider Bros.) h 54 Easton ave 

— Elizabeth, h 15 Duke 

— Florence S. h 272 Somerset 

— Frank, enip Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 10 Lee ave 

— Frederick C. city engineer, Viehmann Bldg. h 261 Suydam 

— George, inspector, h 214 George 

— George, shoes, 52 Easton ave. h 54 do 

— John, rubberworker, h 15 Duke 

SCHNEIDER JOHN H. (Healman & Schneider) h 39 Robinson 

— Laura M. school teacher, h 54 Easton ave 

— Lillian M. h 54 Easton ave 

— Matthew, tiremaker, h 15^ Hassart 

— May E. cigarmaker, h 272 Somerset 

— Stephen, h 36 Hartwell 

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Schneider Stephen C. painter, h 272 Somerset 

— Theresa D. cigarmaker, h 272 Somerset 

— William, clerk, h 116 Easton ave 
Schoenberg John, mason, h 223 Burnet 
Schokler Samuel, tailor, h 31 Schureman 
Scholz Paul, blockcutter, h 11 Abeel 

— Robert, pianomaker, h 1 1 Abeel 

Schomp Elizabeth M. widow William A. h Seminary pi 
Schoof Henry, laborer, h 318 Seaman 

— Louise H. h 318 Seaman 
Schorsch Bertha, domestic, h 89 Church 

Schroeder Adolph, emp Stamm & Holzworth, h 58 Neilson 

— Charles W. grocer, 116 Somerset, h 62 Guilden 

— Cornelia D. prin. Prim. Dept. Livingston High School, h 62 

Guilden 

— Frederick, h 64 Lee ave 

— Frederick, laborer, h 58 Neilson 

— George A. driver, h 97 Commercial ave 

— Harry, emp needle works, h 58 Neilson 

— Katherine, widow Adolph, h 58 Neilson 

— Louise, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 58 Neilson 

— Martha, h 62 Guilden 

Schrum George, sawyer, h 21 Courtlandt 

— Nicholas, rubberworker, h 21 Courtlandt 

— Sabina, widow Nicholas, h 146 Bayard 
SCHUCK OTTO L. cafe, 412 George, h 410 do 
Schuer John, baker, h 79 Throop ave 

SCHUG EDGAR, mgr. Grand Union Tea Co. h 226 George 

— Naomi C. h 226 George 

Schultz Herman, rubberworker, h 1 1 Lock ave 

— Ignatz, laborer, h 163 French 

— Isaac A. h 206 Handy 

— John, rubberworker, h 10 Bishop 

— Julius, laborer, h 14 Schureman 

— William, carpenter, h 136 George 
Schumacher Edward, emp J. & J. h 84 Guilden 

— Frederick A. machinist, h 147 Burnet 

— George D. emp J. & J. h 84 Guilden 

— Mary, widow Richard, h 84 Guilden 

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Schumacher Richard D. emp J. & J. h 84 Guilden 

Schureman Howard B. h 74 Bayard 

SCHIJREMAN JAMES P. physician, 74 Bayard. Office hours: 

9-11 a. m., 2-4 and 7-8 p.m. Phone I 
SCHUSSLER'S RESTAURANT, bakers and confectioners, 378 

George 
Schussler Christine, h 102 Bayard 
SCHUSSLER FREDERICK M. (Schussler's) h 102 Bayard 

— John, emp Milltown, h 197 Commercial ave 

— Kate, widow Frederick, h 102 Bayard 
Schuyler Isaac, carpet layer, h 69 Schureman 

— William S. h 95 Bayard 

Schwab Dora M. blue packer, h 118 Paterson 

— Elizabeth, widow Cornelius, h 118 Paterson 

— Frederick, grocer, 143 Throop ave. h do 

— John, h 43 Peace 

Schwartz Bessie, clerk, h 108 Paterson 

— David, huckster, h 135 Burnet 

— Essie, stenographer, h 183 Albany 

— Eva Mrs. h 135 Burnet 

SCHWARTZ HERMAN, cigar mfr. 8 Peace, h 183 Albany 

— Isidor, peddler, h 108 Paterson 

— Jennie, milliner, h 85 John 

— Joseph, furniture, 288 Burnet, h do 

— Leon, tailor, 39 Peace, h 85 John 

— Max, shoemaker, 7 Easton ave. h 118 Somerset 
Schwartzman Max, furrier, 84 Church, h 155 do 

— Solomon, grocer, 6 Jersey ave and 266 Burnet 
Schwenger John, supt. Hertzog Hall, h do 

Scott Austin, prof. Rutgers College, h 24 Livingston ave 

— Francis, baker, h 8 Bethany 

— Frederick W. student, h 2 Railroad ave 

— Gertrude F. widow John C. h 157 Bayard 

— Harold F. student, h 86 Schureman 

— James, laborer, h 9 Marsh's al 

— James E. clerk, h 8 Bethany 

— Marie, h 8 Bethany 

— Martin J. wireworker, h 8 Bethany 

— Smith, baker, 2 Railroad ave. h do 

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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. o59 

Scott Thomas P. packer, h 8 Bethany 

SCOTT WILLIAM A. baker, 6 Bayard, h 86 Schureman 

— WilUam L. baker, h 2 Railroad ave 
Scudder Charles J. h 99 Livingston ave 

— Cora, h 245 French 

— Elizabeth M. h 230 Hamilton 

— Myron T. prof. Rutgers College, h 230 Hamilton 

— Samuel, driver, h 186 Hale 

— Timbrook, driver, h 245 French 

Seals Helen, widow Charles, h 290 Suydam 
Seaman Anna M. h 108 Suydam 
,■■ — Charles B. dynamo tender, h 342 Townsend 
■ — Elizabeth C. machine opr. h 40 Richmond 

— Ephraim, shoemaker, h 195 New 

— Henry J. emp P. R. R. h 75 Richardson 

— Hope G. seamstress, h 195 New 

— John, h 40 Richmond 

— John H. pressman, h 195 New 

— Lewis W. messenger, h 64 Dennis 

— Lizzie M .h 293 Sandford 

— Nelson, emp J. & C. h 30 Morrell 

— Theodore V. florist, 108 Suydam, h do 

— William H. sawyer, h 293 Sandford 

— William J. h 293 Sandford 
Seamon Anna, h 222 Baldwin 

— Elizabeth, widow Henry, h 222 Baldwin 

— George T. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 222 Baldwin 

Searle J. Preston (Rev.) prof. Theological Sem. h Seminary pi 
Searles James H. machinist, h 93 Louis 

— Mildred, h 93 Louis 

— Phineas C. insurance agt. h 9 Codwise ave 

Sears Albert D. (Rev.) pastor Livingston Avenue Baptist 

Church, h 55 Livingston ave 
Searvas Louis, pool, 833/2 French, h 7 Sicard 
Sebastian Nicholas, h 82 Senior 
Sebolt Catharine, widow John, h 183 Delevan 
SEBOLT CONRAD (Middlesex Supply Co.) and contractor, 

teamster, moving vans and general trucking, 16 Richmond, 

h do. See adv p xxvi 



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Sebolt William, farmer, h Georges rd and city limits 
Seccari Antonia, emp Hos. Co. h 36 Bartlett 

— Olga, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 36 Bartlett 

— Rudolph, emp Hos. Co. h 36 Bartlett 

Second Reformed Church, George c Albany. Rev. Mancius H. 

Hutton, pastor 
Second Workingmen's Building and Loan Association, 40 Pat- 

erson. James McCloskey, pres. ; Patrick Hagerty, sec; 

A. V. Harding, treas. 
Security Building and Loan Association (The) 413 George. 

D. D. Williamson, sec. 
SEDAM CHARLES W. justice of the peace and notary public, 

Spring c Paterson, h 86 Paterson 

— Charles W. jr. h 86 Paterson 

— Hattie, h 251 George 

— Joseph A. carpenter, h 251 George 

— Walter C. student, h 86 Paterson 

SEE CORNELIA A. MISS, librarian Free Public Library, h 

Winants Hall, College Campus 
Seele Ernest A. clerk J. & J. h 71 New 

— Joseph O. barber, 40 Church, h 71 New 
Seemann C. August, florist, h 60 Baldwin 
Segatty Alexander, laborer, h 166 Hamilton 
Sehensky Walter, coremaker, h 253 French 
Sehi Adam, laborer, h 26 Schureman 
Seibell Frank, molder, h 15 John 

— Herman, farmer, h 15 John 

Seiferth Antonia, widow Morris J. h 79 New 

— Emma C. emp J. & J. h 79 New 

— Lillian M. emp J. & J. h 79 New 

Seiffert August, farmer, h George nr Nichol ave 
SEIPFERT BROS. (George C. and Henry) booksellers, station- 
ers and newsdealers, 60 Dennis. See adv p xxxi 
SEIFFERT GEORGE C. (Seiffert Bros.) h 52 Dennis 

— Henrietta, h 52 Dennis 

SEIFFERT HENRY (Seiffert Bros.) h 38 Remsen ave 

— Mary, widow George, h 52 Dennis 
Seig Theodore, clerk, h 207 Burnet 
Seigret John FI. painter, h 31 New 

The GOOd^y;^ Anna Held, Large Size 

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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 1^61 

Selby John J. special officer, h 55 Richardson 
Selover Elsie, h 50 Throop ave 

— Harriet, widow Isaac, h 50 Throop ave 

— Nettie, widow Alfred, h 96 Throop ave 

— Thomas, machinist, h 24 New* 
Semenek Stephen, h 44 Guilden 

Semple Jacob, emp P. R. R. h 165 Throop ave 
Senatore Alphonso, junk, 135 Baldwin, h do 
Seng Anna, shoes, 48 Easton ave, h 50 do 

— Eugene W. chemist, h 50 Easton ave 

— Harry W. canvasser, h 107 Carroll pi 

— Sophie E. h 50 Easton ave 
Senter John, laborer, h 33 Easton ave 

Serensen Sarah, widow John, grocer, 137 Commercial ave. h do 

— Sofus, driver, h 123 Commercial ave 

— William, blacksmith, h 123 Commercial ave 
Serviss Albert, h Livingston ave opp Charles 

— Anna, h Livingston ave opp Charles 

— Harriet, h Livingston ave opp Charles 

— Jennie, school teacher, h Livingston ave opp Charles 

— May, h Livingston ave opp Charles 
Severns M. T. Miss, h 27 Morris 

— William H. accountant, h 27 Morris 
Sexton John, student, h 422 George 
Shadoski Anthony, laborer, h 152 Burnet 
Shamy Abraham, laborer, h 250 Neilson 

— Jacob, laborer, h 250 Neilson 

— Kate, h 250 Neilson ' 
Shane Benjamin, peddler, h 29 John 
Shanholtz Harry, clerk, h 28 Hiram 

— Joseph, clothing. 20 Hiram, h 28 do 

— Lillian, h 28 Hiram 

— Meyer, clerk, h 28 Hiram 
Shann Ellena. boarding. 350 George 

— Emma M. milliner, h 350 George 

— George V. h 261 Redmond 

— Harry C. h 350 George 

— Helena Mrs. h 350 George 

— Robert P. h 3 so George 



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362 NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Shann Robert W. h 350 George 

Shannon Ann, h 400 Sandford 

— ■ John J. coffee broker, h 99 Easton ave 

— Margaret, widow John, h 28 John 

— Marie, clerk, h 28 John 

— Michael J. engineer P. R. R. h 78 Louis 

— Mignon M. Miss, h 419 George 

SHANNON PATRICK A. physician, 419 George. Office hours: 
9-12 a. m., 7-8 p. m. Phone 235-J 

— Simon F. jr. fireman P. R. R. h 226 Somerset 

— William, laborer, h 28 John 

Shapiro Anna, widow Abraham, dry goods, 32 Hiram, h do 

— Charles, saloon, 114 Burnet, h do 

— Jacob (Shapiro & Adler) h First ave. H. P. 

— Louis, blacksmith. 20 New, and junk, 18 New, h do 

— & Adler (Jacob Shapiro and L A. Adler) dry goods, i Peace 
Shacdlow Mary, widow William, h 9 Liberty 

— William H. h ^^2 Paterson 
Sharkey James, saloon, 161 Albany, h do 

— John A. h 161 Albany 

— John J. carpenter, h 161 Albany 
Sharp Frank, moulder, h 279 Neilson 
Sharpies William G. mariner, h 157 Hamilton 
Shaughnessy William, fireman, h 61 Stone 

Shaw James, mgr. F. M. Woolworth & Co. h 36 Hardenbergh 

— Thomas H. bookkeeper, h 16.S Baldwin 

Shea Catharine, widow Patrick H. h 143 Delevan 
Sheble Annie, emp J. & J. h 98 Senior 

— George A. driver, h 98 Senior 

— William J. boatman, h 98 Senior 

Sheehan James H. contractor, h 29 Hardenbergh 
— ^ John J. brakeman, h 24 Alexander 
Sheerer Charlotte, widow Elmer, h 34 Remsen ave 
Sheflf David, grocer, 29 John, h do 

— Morris, huckster, h 63 John 
Shellenberger Charles, carpenter, h 341 Suydam 

— John H. painter, h 341 Suvdam 
Shepherd Arthur, machinist, h 29 Alexander 
Sheppard T. Lavton, freight agent, h 143 Sandford 

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Shepperd Lester, hodcarrier, h 192 Remsen ave 
Sheridan Ann, h 160 Somerset 

— Catharine, h 40 New 

— Edward N. shoe burnisher, h 147 Burnet 

— Frank S. planer, h 147 Burnet 

— Margaret A. tailoress, h 40 New 

— Stephen, driver, h 147 Burnet 

— Thomas J. musician, h 40 New 

Sheriff's Office, Court House Square. WilHam H. Quacken- 

boss, sheriff 
Sherlock Ella, h 229 Hamilton 

— Mary, h 229 Hamilton 

Sherrod John W. boatman, h 198 Burnet 
Shetzer George, laborer, h 67 Burnet 
Shif Benjamin, peddler, h 146 Burnet 
Shiffner Adolph, butcher, h 108 Baldwin 

— Edward, clerk, h 108 Baldwin 

— Frederick, clerk, h 108 Baldwin 

— Harry, student, h 108 Baldwin 

— Henry F. carpenter, h 108 Baldwin 
Shine Cornelius, carpenter, h 138 Hamilton 

— Edward J. emp P. R. R. h 42 Division 

— Harry J. tiremaker. h 42 Division 

— James T. A. clerk, h 138 Hamilton 

— Jennie, h 138 Hamilton 

— John M. h 42 Division 

Shipman D. Leroy, clerk, h 191 Neilson 

— Louis B. clerk J. & J. h 191 Neilson 

— Mary S. widow William B. h 191 Neilson 
Shomo Samuel, cigarmaker, h 72 Schureman 
Shore Nahum D. horticulturist, h to6 Townsend 
Short James, laborer, h T04 Hamilton 

Shrader Henrv A. barber, 321 George, h 19 Morris 
SHUCK CHARLES H. (S. J. Shuck & Son) h 123 Bayard 

— George F. carpenter, h 173 Hamilton 

— Svlvester T- carriage trimmer, h 123 Bayard 

SHUCK S. J.& SONS (William A. and Charles H. Shuck) car- 
riage and automobile painters, 10 Spring. See adv p xii 
SHUCK WILLIAM A. (S. J. Shuck & Sons) h 123 Bayard 



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Shultise Frederick, tiremaker, h 40 Central ave 

— Sadie E. h 23 Hardenbergh 

— Samuel, overseer of poor, h 23 Hardenbergh 

— Samuel J. student, h 23 Hardenbergh 
Shults Mary, widow Simon, h 144 Throop ave 
Shultz Adam, carpenter, h 10 Louis 

Shurla Josie, cigarmaker, h 55 Jersey ave 
Shuster Washington C. laborer, h 310 Townsend 
Shute Thomas, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 178 Hamilton . 

— Walter W. foreman, h College Farm 
Sica John, grocer, 97 Remsen ave. h do 
Sickes Louis, pianomaker, h 185 Hamilton 
Sidells Abraham, clerk, h 136 Church 
Siebels John, rubberworker, h 54 Handy 
Siebert Robert W. carpenter, h loi Throop ave 

— William, collector, h loi Throop ave 
Sieg Theodore, clerk, h 207 Burnet 

Siegert George H. machinist, h 140 Townsend 
Siemons Adelia, h 264 Suydam 

— Emma, h 264 Suydam 

— Josie, h 264 Suydam 

— William, h 264 Suydam 

— William F. bus. N. Y. h 64 Schureman 
Sievenpiper Joel, foreman, h 149 Somerset 

— Melvin, foreman, h 156 Somerset 
Sieverding John, driver, h 65 Comstock 

— Mary, widow Clemens, h 65 Comstock 
Silberspitz Rosa, h 25 Kirkpatrick 
Silcox John, carpenter, h 8 James 

Slier Nicholas, h 189 Burnet 

Sillcocks Frances J. clerk, h 236 Hamilton 

— George W. watchman, h 238 Hamilton 

SILLCOCKS HOWARD, sec. and treas. The Loyal T. Ives Co. h 
River rd. H. P. 

— Lucretia, widow Elias, h 167 Church 
Silva Tobey, grinder J. & J. h 18 Hiram 
Silzer Anna E. music teacher, 23 Schuyler, h do 

— Anthony, stenographer, 46 Paterson, h 119 Easton ave 

— Christina, widow Theodore, h 23 Schuyler 

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Silzer Christine, h 38 Albany 

— Elizabeth, h 23 Schuyler 

— Lillie, h 38 Albany 

SILZER GEORGE S. counselor-at-law, 46-48 Paterson, h Me- 
tuchen, N. J. See professional card p 31 

— John H. clerk, h 23 Schuyler 

— William, law clerk George S. Silzer, h R. F. D. No. i 
Simmons Bert G. emp J. & J. h 64 College ave 

— Edward, driver, h 184 Handy 

— James B. machinist, h 7 Morris 

Simmons Marie W. Mrs. boarding, 7 Morris, h do 
Simpson Joseph M. musician, h 26 Abeel 

— Marie M. h 26 Abeel 

Sincere Cyril, emp J. & Co. h 32 James 

Singer Sewing Machine Co. 309 George. Thos. Dolson, mgr. 

Sipes Henry, h 16 Neilson 

Sipos John, laborer, h 36 Somerset 

Sisco John, rubberworker, h 16 John 

Siskie John, emp J. & J. h 166 Burnet 

Sisters of Charity, 24 Neilson 

Skehan F. Harvey, clerk, h 214 George 

— John, foreman, h 214 George 

Skevington William, Conductor P. R. R. h 264 Handy 
Skewis Ada, clerk, h 9 Senior 

— Ellen, widow George, h 6 High 

— Emma J. vocal teacher, h 6 High 

— Eva L. bookkeeper, h 9 Senior 

— Gertrude E. stenographer, h 9 Senior 

— Louisa, widow Edwin, h 9 Senior 

— Mary E. clerk, h 9 Senior 

— Samuel, machinist, h 47 Burnet 

— Samuel G. plumber, h 78 Louis 

— T. Harold, bookkeeper, h 9 Senior 

Skillman Annetta V. widow T. Henry, h 205 Redmond 

— Charles G. agt. A. & P. Tea Co. h 161 George 
— 'John, driver, h 48 Throop ave 

— Kate H. widow David, h 221 George 

— Louis H. emp Ives Needle Co. h 179 French 

— Mary C. h 179 French 



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Skillman Mary T. milliner, h 221 George 

— Thomas, driver, h .-^12 Handy 
Skomal Jacob, yardman, h 137 Guilden 
Skourlas John, bootblack, 407 George, h do 
Skriloff Abraham, furniture, 26 Peace, h do 

Slack Clarence M. physician, 48 Livingston ave. h do 
Slafko Martin, fireman, h 75 Burnet 
Slawek Wendell, tireworker, h 137 Neilson 
Slayback Henry R. blockcutter, h 72 Welton 
Slingerman Joseph J. needle maker, h Si Morrell 

— ATae, emp cigar factorv, h 212 Suydam 

— Mary Mrs. h 212 Suydam 
Slocum Joseph, laborer, h 127 Lee ave 
Slonim David, h 38 Albany 

— ■ Solomon, jeweler, ^^ Church, h 93 Bayard 

Slover Adeline, emp Nat. Mus. String Co. h 138 Delevan 

— Mary Mrs. h 109 Talmadge 

Slovick Wendel, rubber worker, h 137 Neilson 

Small John, emp T- & T- h 8 Somerset 

SMALLEY FRED C. f William Smalley & Bro.) h 151 Welton 

SMAILEY WILLIAM (William Smalley & Bro.) h 140 Pater- 
son 

SMALLEY WILLIAM & BBO. (William and Fred C.) plumb- 
ers and tinsmiths, 33 Albany. Phone 121-W 

Smith Andrew F. motorman. h 14.2 Church 

— Andrew J. engineer, h i Hamilton 

— Ann. widow George, h 313 Suydam 

— Annie A. dressmaker. 38 Bayard, h do 

— Annie V. h 134 Somerset 
— ^ Arthur, h 159 Church 

— Arthur F. student, h 73 Bishop 

SMITH ABTHTJU LELAND. physician. 62 Bayard, h do. Office 
honrs: 8-9 a. m.. 2.30-3.30 and 7-7.30 p. m. 

— A. Elizabeth, h 164 New 

— Benjamin I. bookkeeper, h T13 Codwise ave 

— B. B. dentist, h 410 George 

— Carrie, h 38 Bayard 
— ■ Catharine, h 67 John 

— Catharine A. h 10 Bayard 

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Smith Charles, laborer, h 250 Neilson 

— Charles, laborer, h rear 15 Schureman 

— Charles H. printer, h 308 George 

— Charles W. student, h '2jy2 Bartlett 

— Cornelius V. carpenter, h 90 Schureman 

— Cyrus C. music teacher, 219 Redmond, h do 

— Daniel, inspector, h i Stone 

— David, driver, h 26 Welton 

— David F. saloon, 191 Burnet, h 182 do 

— Dig-by, wheelwright, h 306 Townsend 

— Douglass, student, h 219 Redmond 

— Edward, emp Ives Needle Co. h 12 Burnet 

— Edward M. rubber worker, h 313 Suydam 

— Edward S. laborer, h 182 Albany 

— Elbert O. hats. 19 Church. Charles R. James, mgr. 

— Elizabeth, h 116 Easton ave 

— Elizabeth, widow John C. h 214 Suydam 

— Elizabeth, emp cigar factory, h yd Sicard 

— Elizabeth M. stenographer, h 73 Bishop 

— Elizabeth T. h 24 James 

— Elk C. widow James R. h 79 Hassart 

— Ellen, h 108 Neilson 

— Elmer O. stenographer, h go Schurem;an 

— Elwood H. printer, h 306 Suydam 

— Trvin N. h 68 Jersey ave 

— Ethel, h 250 Neilson 

— Eannie Bell, h The Bayard 

— Florence, h 18 Rem sen ave 

— Florence B. h 19 Robinson 

— Florence B. stenographer, h 217 Redmond 

— Florence M. stenographer, h T13 Cod wise ave 

— Frank W. burnisher, h 159 Church 

— Frederick A. letter carrier, h 92 Guilden 

— George, h 12 Burnet 

— George, gardener, h George nr Landing lane 

— Gcoro-e B. emp T. & T- h 19 Robinson 

SMITH GEORGE D. sisrn painter, 17 Carman, h 115 Throop 
ave. See adv next page 

— George J. bartender, h 123 French 



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Smith Grace, student, h George nr Landing lane 
— ' Harriet, cook, h io8 George 

— Harriet Mrs. h 125 Albany 

— Harry, bartender, h 125 Albany 

— Helen C. h 258 Suydam 

— Henry B. painter, h 217 Redmond 
[ames, salesman, h 217 George . . 
Tames F. stenographer, h 76 Sicard 
[ames N. sec. Pen Carbon Manifold Co. h 207 Seaman 

— James P. hatter, h 217 George 

— James T. painter, h 69 Huntington 

— Jason B. huckster, George nr Landing la 

— John, h 73 Huntington 

— John, emp P. R. R. h 76 Sicard 

— John jr. h 76 Sicard 

— John A. clerk, h 24 James 

— John A. saloon, 123 French, h do 

— John B. prof. Rutgers College, h 157 College ave 

— John E. foreman, h 159 Church 

- — • John F. bartender, h 272 Neilson 

— John J. pilot, h 61 Bishop 

— John L. blacksmith, 224 Neilson, h H. P. 

— John P. h 134 Somerset 

— John S. flagman, h 134 Somerset ■ ' 

— ■ Joseph, carpenter, h 104 Burnet • 

— Joseph, driver, h 161 Burnet 

— Joseph A. needle maker, h 39 Guilden 

— Joseph J. h 59 John 

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flcid Etching on Glass and Metals 

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New Brunswick. N. J. 



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Smith Joseph H. emp J. & J. h 65 Richardson 

— Lizzie, h 250 Neilson 

— L.oretta A. bookkeeper, h ']2i Bishop 

— Louis R. laborer, h 212 Hale 

— Louise, h 69 Paterson 

— L, Kilpatrick, h 33 Mine 

— Mabel F. domestic, 55 Livingston ave 

— Margaret C. widow James, h 73 Bishop 

— Mary, h 78 Bayard 

— Mary, widow Clarence, h J^i Burnet 

— Mary A. widow Thomas, h 13 Stone 

— Mary A. widow Thomas, saloon, 272 Neiilson, h do 

— Mary C. h 123 French 

— Mary C. widow Lewis P. nurse, h 13 Schureman 

— Mary C. clerk, h 73 Bishop 

— Mary F. Mrs. h 60 Welton 
— • Matthew F. h 134 Somerset 

— Michael F. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 30 Morris 

— ' Ralph O. prof. Rutgers College, h Richardson 
— • Robert C. clerk, h 90 §chureman 

— Sadie A. school teacher, h 113 Cod wise ave 

— Sarah F. h 164 New 

— Sophia, widow David L. h 69 Paterson 

— Thomas, h 182 Burnet 

— Thomas, driver, h 272 Neilson 

— Thomas J. laborer, h 261 Comstock 

— Tracy L. clerk, h 69 Paterson 

— Walter, emp Michelin Tire Co. h 217 Redmond 

— Walter H. blacksmith, h 14 Handy 

— Walter W. bill clerk, h Raritan Landing 

— William, laborer, h 73 Burnet , 

— William B. & Co. stock brokers, Viehmann Bldg. John F. 

Downing, mgr. 

— William C. driver, h 313 Suydam 

— William H. blacksmith, h 14 Handy 

— William H. laborer, h 24 James 

— William J. shoefitter, h 159 Church 
Smolensky Anthony, laborer, h 404 Sandford 
Snead Edward C. drug clerk, h 133 Paterson 

— \"elina, widow Edward J. h 133 Paterson 

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Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 

Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 

Business Opportunities Appraisals 

413 GEORGE ST. Phone 695 



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Snedeker Bertha M. h i6 Alexander 
— ■ Charles, fireman, h 28 Richmond 

— Elizabeth, widow Daniel, h 12 Throop ave 

— Harry E. bookkeeper, h 261 Redmond 

— Isabella, widow Oscar, h 49 Neilson 

— John I. mason, h 16 Alexander 

— John H. bartender, h 84 Albany 

— Lulu B. h 16 Alexander 

— Mary C. widow Cornelius, h 91 Bayard 

— Mary J. widow William. C. h 150 Bayard 

— Raymond M. clerk, h 209 Suydam 

— Sarah G. h 150 Bayard 

— Theodore, mason, h 16 Alexander 

— William W. clerk U. S. Rubber Co. h 209 Suydam 
Sneed William, laborer, h 146 Lee ave 
Snitzler John, bricklayer, h 378 Delevan 

— Winifred Mrs. h 378 Delevan 

Snowhill William W. agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h Spottswood 
Snuska Martin, fireman, h 45 Bartlett 
Snyder Annetta E. cashier, h 98 French 

— Charles, printer, h 10 Drift 

— Charles G. driver, h 292 Seaman 

— George D. blacksmith, h 40 Codwise ave 

— Jacob P. driver, h 346 Hale 

— John A. tiremaker, h 243 Powers 

— John L. emp J. & J. h 75 New 

— Joseph, butcher, 57 Albany, h 59 do 

— Lena F. h 10 Drift 

— Lillian, h 10 Drift 

— Lizetta, teacher, h 98 French 
— Peter M. foreman, h 31 Albany 

— • Phoebe, widow, h 186 Hale 

— Sarah Mrs. h 75 New 

— William, porter, h 20 Railroad ave 

— William H. machinist, h 98 French 
Soden Edward E. h 158 New 

— W. Ross, painter, h 2 Bayard 
Sofield Jeliferson D. bottler, h 54 Hassart 

— Mabel L. student, h 54 Hassart 

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Sofield Randolph, mason, h 136 Baldwin 

Solmson Robert J. vice-pres. Jane way Button Co. h 96 Easton 

ave 
Solomon Bertrand, foreman, h 189 New 

— David B. grocer, 130 Bayard, h 209 New 

— Edythe, school teacher, h 189 New 

— Harry, cigar mfr. 435 George, h 189 New 

— Mae B. milliner, h 209 New 

— Mary, widow Norman, h 32 Schureinan 

— Mary B. milliner, h 209 New 

— Philip, cigarmaker, h 43 Schureman 

— Serena S. h 189 New 

— William. H. distributor, h 209 New 
Sommers David, foreman, h 7 Faterson 

Sonderson George, emp Crong Mfg. Co. h 102 Remsen ave 
SOTIROPULOS GEORGE, prop. Olympia Confectionery, 340 

George, h do. See adv p xi 
Sourbier Jennie, emp J. & J. h 58 Lee ave 
Southward James, h 334 Handy 
Soyak Ellen, h 146 Hamilton 
Space Edward W. machinist, h y}^ Remsen ave 

— George N. machinist, h 73 Remsen ave 

— Jennie M. h 73 Remsen ave 

— Ruth E. student, h 73 Remsen ave 

Spader William V. bookkeeper Hos. Co. h First ave. H. P. 

Speigle Wendel, tailor, h 132 Burnet 

Spenelli Michael, h 25 Prospect 

Sperbeck Andrew J. gardener, h. 72 Louis 

Sperling William E. broker N. Y. h 138 Livingston ave 

Sperou Giarles, laborer, h 23 Division 

— Nellie h 22^ Division 

SPERRY & HUTCHINSON CO. (THE) trading stamps, 193 

Neilson. Fletcher Brush, mgr. 
Spille Anthony, emp P. R. R. h 3 Duke 

— Mary Mrs. h 185 Redmond 
Spittle Louisa, h 48 Guilden 
Spitz Isidore, clerk, h 45 Church 

SPITZ SAMUEL, ladies' and gents' outfitter, 43-45 Church, h 
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Spratford Elmer E. fireman, h 52 Commercial ave 

— Howard, emp Needle Wks. h 14 Oliver 

— John, farmer, h 14 Oliver 

— .Margaret, widow Charles, h 14 Oliver 

— Mary, h 14 Oliver 

Spraugue Thomas, tiremaker, h 57 Seaman 
Spreckelsen Augusta M. h 68 Guilden 

— A. L. Von, grocer, 68 Guilden, h do 

— Elizabeth C. h 68 Guilden 

Sproat George A. clerk, h 136 Paterson 

— Ida L. widow Frederick, h 136 Paiterson 

Squibb A. R. Co. chemical mfrs. Georges rd and R. R. Railroad 
Staat Mary, widow Frederick, h 310 George 

— Viola A. teacher, h 301 Redmond 

— William E. student, h 301 Redmond 
— ■William H. janitor, h 301 Redmond 

Staats Augusta, widcm^ John R. h 21 Kirkpatrick 

— John V. emp needle factory, h 207 Seaman 
Stadlinger Rose, school teacher, h 282 George 
StafTord Anna M. stenographer, h 231 George 

— Barbara, widow Christian, h 38 Bishop 

— John W. flagman, h 131 Somerset 

— John W. grocer, 6 Easton ave. h do 

— Joseph F. emp Gas Co. h 30 Welton 

— Margaret A. grocer, h 131 Somerset 

— Mary, widow James, h 2 Burnet 

— Mary A. clerk, h 131 Somerset 

— Michael, asst. baggagemaster P. R. R. h 231 George 

— Raymond, clerk, h 231 George 

— Regina, clerk, h 231 George 

Stahley James F. emp P. R. R. h 18 High 

Stahlin Ferdinand, alderman, h 2 John 

ST.AELIN JOSEPH J. saloon (Little German Cafe) 79 Albany 

— Mary V. bunchmaker, h 2 John 

— Michael, foreman, h 2 John 

— Rose J. bunchmaker, h 2 John 
Stalee John N. h 57 Schureman 

Stalker William (Ceylon and China Tea Co.) h 15 Morris 
STAMM LOUIS (Stamm & Holzworth) h 58 Neilson 

LYONS & Ff\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 




In J.i (il sex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
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Stamm William, bottler, 154-156 Throop ave. h 161 do 
STAMM & HOIZ WORTH (Louis Stamm and William Holz- 

worth) wholesale liquors and beers, 227 George. See adv 

p xxxii 
STANDARD OIL CO. Jersey ave. nr city limits. Norton W. 

Morris, mgr. 
Stang Henry, shoemaker, h 42 Easton ave 
Stangler Charles, shoemaker, h 155 Church 
Stanley Harry B. bookkeeper, h 83 Easton ave 

— Henry W. foreman, h 83 Easton ave 
Stanton Bridget, widow John, h 32 Central ave 
Stapelfeld Bernhardt, gardener, h 200 Commercial ave 
— ^Bernhardt jr. rubberworker, h 200 Commercial ave 

— Charles, tiremaker, h 200 Commercial ave 
— • Fritz, baker, h 200 Commercial ave 

— Henry, rubber worker, h 200 Commercial ave 

— Lena, h 200 Commercial ave 

— Iveonard, h 200 Commercial ave 

Star Tea Co. (Max Goldenberg) 14 Jersey ave 
Stark James, coachman, h 51 Mine 

— John, foreman, h 60 Neilson 

Starkey Selo M. bottler, 267 Comstock, h 269 do 
Starr Walter, engineer, h 138 French 
Statts Richard, capenter, h City Hotel 
Staub John C. moulder, h 56 Easton ave 
Stauber Lizzie, widow Albert, h 114 Neilson 
Stead George, blockcutter, h 204 Handy 

— Harry B. driver, h 204 Handy 
Stefanesik Frank, machinist, h 251 Somerset 
Stehlin Edward, rubberworker, h 38 Powers 

— Frank, carpenter, h 59 Handy 

— Frank jr. cutter, h 59 Handy 

— Harry, boxmaker, h 59 Handy 

Steiner Bertha, widow (k)tfried, grocer, 154 Burnet, h do 

— Max, emp J. & C. h 24 Richmond 

Steinert Antoinette, widow Martin, h 299 Baldwin 

— Mary, h 299 Baldwin 

— William E. printer, h 269 Handy 
Steinmacher Casper, driver, h 58 Neilson 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

MONIGAN THE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 
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Steinmacher John, butcher, h 137 Throop ave 

Stekel Nicholas, painter, 80 Neilson, h do 

Stelle Christopher B. electrician, h 266 Townsend 

— Frank, h 59 Abeel 

— Isaac R. salesman, h 22 Codwise ave 

— Alary, h 59 Abeel 

— Nelson D. hacks, h 22 Codwise ave 
Steller Jacob, h 18 College ave 

Stelting- Henry, carpenter, h Georges rd c Commercial ave 
Stenger Elsie, h 153 French 

— Roy, bartender, h 153 French 

— William, saloon, 153 French, h do 

— William D. asst. supt. Met. Life Ins. Co. h 145 Church 
Stephens George, tiremaker, h 15 Ohver 

— John, butcher, h 15 Oliver 

— John, laborer, h 38 Alexander 
Slephon George, laborer, h 16 Condict 
Steposki Joseph, baker, h 150 Burnet 
Stern Alexander, tailor, h 263 Neilson 

— Jacob, buyer, h 82 Welton 

Stevens Annie, widow Thomas, boarding 56 New, h do 

— Frances N. h Nichol ave. c Redmond 

— Levi, laborer, h 146 Burnet 

— Martha, h 293 Suydam, 

— • Mary, widow Francis K. h Nichol ave. c Redmond 

— Ralph, emp J. & Co. h 8 Abeel 

— Robert L. salesman, h 112 Redniond 

— Thomas, butcher, h 56 New 

— William, h Nichol ave. c Redmond 

— William, tiremaker, h 28 Abeel 

STEVENS WILLIAM H. foreman Public Service Corporation 

Gas Works, h 140 Lee ave 
Stevenson Agnes L. h 260 Seaman 

— Benjamin F. ship carpenter, h 8 Abeel 

STEVENSON BORNT, real estate and insurance, 381 George, 
and supt. Evergreen Cemetery , h 60 College ave. See adv 
p 205 

— Charles P. book keeper, h 60 College ave 

— Edward L. prof. Rutgers College, h 39 Mine 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

5»'Dffi;c& BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER. SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Crenni Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



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STEVENSON HOWARD I. vice-pres. Strong Hardware Co. h 
First ave. H. P. 

— Jessie P. h 260 Seaman 

Stewart Albert K. stonecutter, h 38 Powers 

— Augustus, emp Hos. Co. h 156 Church 

— David C. Hneman N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h 2^ Alexander 

— Edward, emp Ives Needle Co. h 133 French 

— Frank A. Mrs. h 21 Morris 

— George B. machinist, h 413 George 

— John, machinist, h 199 Neilson 

STEWART JOHN S. (Stewart & Clayton) h 21 Morris 

— Julia, h 253 French 

— Leslie R. real estate, h 21 Morris 

— Susie S. milliner, h 21 Morris 

— ■ William, huckster, h 50 Washington 

STEWART & CLAYTON (John S .Stewart and John E. Clay- 
ton) hatters and haberdashers, 109 Church 

Stezina Stephen, h 13 Plum 

Stickel August, barber, h 189 Burnet 

STILLMAN 0. 0. jeweler and optician, 133 Albany, and city 
treasurer, h 253 George 

Stillwell Bridget, widow James, h 148 New 

— Charles A. h 26 Stone 
— ■ Elizabeth, h 148 New 

— James H. signalman, h 148 New 

— John L. signalman, h 148 New " 

— Mary V. emp J. & J. h 148 New 

— William F. h 30 James 

— William H. h 148 New 

— John, gasfitter, h 76 Neilson 
Stine Etta, h 275 Handy 

Stines Edward H. tool maker, h 128 New 

— Elizabeth G. stenographer, h 128 New 

— Sarah, widow Alexander, h 128 New 
Stoddard Emily, h 344 George 
Stoeckle Harry A. printer, h 132 Hale 
Stoetzel J. Martin, clerk, h 298 George 

— Theodore W. clerk, h 256 Redmond 
Stokes Charles, draughtsman, h 35 Throop ave 



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Incorporated 

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Stokes Charles H. clerk, h Weston Mill 

— Edward H. colormixer, h 123 Somerset 

— Frank C. plumber, 144 Redmond, h do 

— George, laborer, h 25 Prospect 

— George I. accountant, h 127 Somerset 

— Ida E. stenographer, h 35 Throop ave 

— John C. butcher, h 40 Oliver 

— Joseph, colormixer, h 127 Somerset 

— Joseph R. moulder, h 35 Throop ave 

— Eouis A. emp J- & J. h 313 Townsend 

— Margaret A. dressmaker, 226 Burnet, h do 

— Theodore, emp J. & J. h 226 Burnet 

— Theodbre A. salesman, h 226 Burnet 
Stone John E. mason, h 34 Codwise ave 

— Kate, widow John E. h 34 Codwise ave 

— Ruby, h 18 Paterson 
Stonemaker Casper, clerk, h 58 Neilson 
Storer Agnes W. h 105 Carroll pi 

— Anna M. h 14 James 

— Cornelia S. h 14 James 

— Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h 23 Schu reman 

— John W. carpenter, 14 James, h do 

— Catharine, emp J. & J. h 140 Redmond 
Storn Elizabeth, emp J. & J. h 140 Redmond 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 140 Redmond 
Stott /\lfred W. stenographer, h 224 Handy 

— George, machinist, h 224 Handy 

Stout Catharine, widow Henry R. h 142 Welton 

— Emily M. h 213 Livingston ave 

— F. R. h 213 Livingston ave 

— Joseph, laborer, h 13 Bishop 

— Lewis F. h 213 Livingston ave 

— William H. emp Ives Needle Co. h 300 Suydam 
Stowe George, houseman, h 95 Delevan 
Strassburger John, supt. N. B. Times, h R. F. D. No. 2 
Strauss Jesse, h 154 New 

— Jesse, supt. h 148 Somerset 
Strazinsky Albert, gardener, h 56 Easton ave 
Street Commissioners' Office, 362 George 

The GOOd^y^^ Anna Held, Large Size 

5C. Cigars^ kittle continental, Small Size 

.'FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



We Make Quick Sales* Why? We Have the Bargains 

BP^ fluiitisn & wiiii.n6i(i,.r.nr^™rs 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

THEY SELL CAS MACHINES TOO 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 377 

Street William F. moulder, h 15 Guilden 
Strein Caroline Mrs. h 195 Remsen ave 

— Charles, emp Hos. Co. h 195 Remsen ave 

— Charles X. mason, h 55 Handy 

— David E. pipefitter, h 55 Handy 

— Francis, emp cigar factory, h 195 Remsen ave 

— Gertrude, spinner, h 60 Bishop 

— John, tailor, h 60 Bishop 

— Joseph, driver, h 55 Handy 

— Joseph, emp Hos. Co. h 195 Remsen ave 

— Julia, telephone operator, h 60 Bishop 

— Mary, h 60 Bishop 

— William, watchman, h 195 Remsen ave 

Streitwolf August C. attorney-at-law, 40 Paterson, h 59 Liv- 
ingston ave 
Striker Harry N. letter carrier, h 276 Handy 

— Stella, h 131 Bayard 

— William H. h 184 George 

Strobel Frederick, butcher, h 153 Throop ave 

— John jr. emp Ives Needle Wks. h 153 Throop ave 

— John F. butcher, h 153 Throop ave 
Stroble Henry C. mason, h 294 Talmadge 

STRONG ALAN H. (Alan H. and Theodore Strong) h The Bay- 
ard, Elm Row 

STRONG ALAN H. & THEODORE, counselors-at-law, 368 
Georg-e. See professional card p 31 

— Eleanor H. widow Selah W. h 185 College ave 

— Elizabeth, widow, h 197 Somerset 

— Fannv, h 34 Remsen ave 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. hardware, glass, oils, machinists 
supplies, etc. 289-293 Burnet. William Dunham, pres. ; 
Howard I. Stevenson, vice-pres. ; Alvin A. Hastings, sec. 
and treas. See adv side lines 

— Henry H. ship carpenter, h 34 Remsen ave 

— Marv A. widow, h 296 George 

STRONG THEODORE (Alan H. and Theodore Strong) h 272 
Hamilton 



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Stroud William F. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 107 Somerset 



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Shop: 214 Sandford St. 
Residence: 157 Codwise Ave. 



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AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

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Stroumtsos Bros. (Nicholas and John) restaurant, 20-22 
Spring 

— John (Stroumtsos Bros.) h 375 George 

— Nicholas (Stroumtsos Bros.) h 375 George 
Struthers Margaret W. widow James, h 93 (Church 
Stryker Charles, gardener, h 95 Commercial ave 

— Charles S. telegrapher, h 17 Robinson 
— Edith M. stenographer, h 17 Robinsor^ 

— Edward H. die maker, h Easton ave. opp. Landing lane 

— Florence C. h 348 Suydam 
— Grace, h 348 Suydam 

— Henry, janitor P. O. h Jones ave. nr Seaman 

— Isaac V. driver, h 102 Commercial ave 

— James M. rubberworker, h 55 John 

— James P. foreman, h 348 Suydam 

STRYER LEWIS, vice-pres. Howell Lumber Co. h Middlebush 

— Mabel, h 55 John 

— Margaret, widow Casper, h Jones ave. nr Seaman 

— Mary E. h Easton ave. opp. Landing lane 

— Phoebe, widow William R. h 34 Codwise ave 

— Royal R. cigarmaker, h 55 John 

Stuart Alexander, fish, 157 Burnet, h 59 Remsen ave 

— Ellen, h 204 Handy 

— Frank A. plumber, h 59 Remsen ave 

— George W. driver, h 341 Townsend 

— Mary, widow Robert, h 59 Remsen ave 

— Robert, electrician, h 59 Remsen ave 
Stubblebine Emma, widow Henry, h 85 New 
Stults Elbert J. clerk, h 30 Throop ave 

— Hilda I. h 384 Comstock 

— Jacob A. carpenter, h 28 Throop ave 

— John H .foreman, h yy Paterson 

— Peter J. h 71 Hassart 

— Verdine E. T. milk, 384 Comstock, h do 
Suggs Henry, laborer, h 196 Burnet 

Sule Frank, cigars, 261 Neilson. h do 
Suleskv Peter, rubberworker. h i=;2 Burnet 
Sulliv'm Annie, h 2=; Hardenburgh 

— Catharine, h 191 Neilson 

We Fit the Feet of Crowing Children 
With Just the sort of SHOES ^"=\vear""** 

BEAM ^ CLARE, 362 George St. 



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Sullivan Edward V". plumber, h 88 Burnet 

— James C. (Sullivan & Housell) h 128 Neilson 

— James J. boatman, h 88 Burnet 

— John A. loomfixer, h 89 Ray 

— Margaret, laundress, h 191 Neilson 

— Aiary, widow Patrick J. h 88 Burnet 

— Matthew, engineer, h 2 Burnet 

— Peter, pilot, h 64 Burnet 

— & Housell (James C. Sulhvan and William A. Housell) real 

estate, 229 Neilson 

Supp Joseph, cigars, 87 French, h do 

Surrogate's Office, Court House Square. Peter F. Daly, Sur- 
rogate 

Sussman Sophie, clerk, h 207 Neilson 

Sutch Mary, domestic, 67 Paterson 

Sutphen Rynear Y. sashmaker, h 172 George 

— Theodore Y. bookkeeper, h 172 George 
Sutton Albert, cigars, 164 Easton ave. h Union 

SUYDAM BENJAMIN W. mgr. New Brunswick Billposting: 
Co. h 51 Schureman 

— Cornelia J. milliner, 292 George, h do 

— Esther M. h Sy Livingston ave 

— Tohn H. carpenter, h 259 Seaman 

SUYDAM JOHN L. sec. and treas. Howell Lumber Co. h 22 
Jones ave 

— John S. millwright, h 26 Church 

— Margaret B. h 67 Livingston ave 

— Maria L. h 31 New 

— Peter H. grocer, 94 Schureman, h 67 Livingston ave 

— Street Reformed Church, Suydam c Drift. Rev. Alan D. 

Campbell, pastor 
SUYDAM V. M. W. vice-pres. National Bank of N. J. h 16 

Livingston ave 
Svea Ins. Co. of Sweden, 417 George 
Swain Owen R. emp J. & J. h 263 Redmond 

— O. Kenneth, clerk J. & J. h 263 Redmond 
Swan Harry J. h 298 George 

— William, pipefitter, h 24 Lee ave 

Sward Charles A. emp Neverslip Mfg. Co. h 124 Easton ave 

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Sward Peter, laborer, h 138 Church 
Swartz Hynian, cap maker, h 268 Burnet 
Sweeney Anna, h 52 Bishop 

— Edward, moulder, h 52 Bishop 

— Frank, stairbuilder, h 9 Harvey 

— James, farmer, h 52 Bishop 

— James, laborer, h 9 Harvey 

— Mary, cigarmaker, h 52 Bishop 

— Michael, farmer, h 52 Bishop 

— Michael J. plumber, h 9 Harvey 

— William F. driver, h 9 Harvey 
Sweitzer Henry, laborer, h 92 Burnet 
Swenson Charles H. laborer, h 274 Somerset 
SWIFT LOUISA W. h 105 Carroll pi 

— Mary L. h 107 Carroll pi 

Swift & Co. wholesale meats, 122 Paterson. C. W. Wood, mgr. 
S wilier Abraham (S wilier Bros.) h 202 Burnet 

— Bros. (Max and Abraham) feed, 279 Burnet 

— Max (Swiller Bros) h 202 Burnet 
Sylvester Charles, papermaker, h 60 Neilson 

— James, boxmaker, h 59 Remsen ave 

— John, farmer, h Georges rd nr Allen's la 

— Van Derveer, h 15 Alexander 
Szabo Imrene, h 26 Division 

— ^ John, laborer, h 18 Plum 

— Laslo (Rev.) h 96 French 

Szekeres Stephen, cigarmaker, h 242 Neilson 
Szeneczey John N. (Rev.) pastor St. Ladislaus' Church, h 215 
Somerset 



Taft Bessie, emp J. & J. h 135 Townsend 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 135 Townsend 

— Nellie, emp Mus. String Co. h 135 Townsend 
Takacs Andrew, foreman, h 26 Easton ave 
Takats Peter, h 27 Wyckofif 

Takja Joseph, laborer, h 22 Easton ave 

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TALLEY H. & CO. (Mary Talley) milliners, 95 Church. See 

adv back cover 
TALLEY MAKY (H. Talley & Co.) h 437 George 

Tallman Abraham L. painter, h 15 High 

— Alfred W. painter, h 190 Albany 

— ^Anna, widow Jesse B. emp Hos. Co. h 38 Dennis 

— Benjamin, laborer, h 32 Alexander 

— Charles W. pressman J. & J. h 90 Church 

— Clara, tel. operator, h 38 Dennis 

— Clarence L. painter, h 15 High 

— Clifford L. fireman, h 15 High 

— Cornelia, clerk, h 190 Albany 

TALLMAN EDMUND M. (Tallman & Ten Broeck) h 28 Wel- 
ton 

— Emma, emp J. & J. h 38 Dennis 

— Florence M. cigar packer, h 32 Alexander 

— Harry J. drug clerk, h 28 Welton 

— John H. h 190 Albany 

— Nellie, widow Van Alstyne, h 153 Welton 

— Percy W. clerk, h 15 High 

— William D. h 32 Alexander 

— William S. painter, h 32 Alexander 

TALLMAN & TEN BROECK (Edmund M. Tallman and James 
S. Ten Broeck) painters, Drift c Redmond. See adv p xvi 
Talmadge Clara B. clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 132 Bayard 

— Irma FI. telephone opr. h 132 Bayard 

— Jeannette F. student, h 132 Bayard 

— Sayward, machinist, h 132 Bayard 

— William D. W. mason, h 132 Bayard 
Tamore Paul, laborer, h 29 Wyckoff 
Tanasy Salim, fruits, 227 Neilson, h do 
Tankard William, h 27 Stone 

— William P. screwmaker, h 16 Stone 
Tannehill Isabel, h 410 George 

TAPKEN B. U. jeweler, 111-113 Church, h 141 Welton 

— Rudolph, h 141 Welton 

Tappen Ethel I. student, h 62 Schureman 

— Frederick B. engineer, h 62 Schureman 
Tarantola Clement, fruits, 54 Hiram, h do 

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Tarantola Salvatore, fruits, 45 Hiram, h 54 do 
Taratsky Samuel, peddler, h 4 New 
Tarkofsky Morris, plumber, h 148 Burnet 
Tarkani Joseph, laborer, h yT, French 
Tartakovesky Louis, h 34 Throop ave 

— Morris, varieties, 34 Throop ave. h do 
Tatarsky Henry, grocer, 133 Burnet, h 160 do 
Tate Isabel, nurse, 247 George, h do 

— Maud, h 247 George 

— Thomas, saloon, 182 Hamilton, h City Hotel 
Tauss Benjamin, cigarmaker, h 410 George 
Taylor Charles, painter, h 14 Morris 

— Elizabeth, widow Robert, h 120 Codwise ave 

— Emma, widow Clarence, h 158 Somerset 

— George B. clerk J. & J. h 158 Somerset 

— John W. porter, h 18 Robinson 

— John W. waiter, h 211 Hamilton 

— Millicent B. widow George B. h 150 Somerset 

— Monroe W. rodman, h 158 Somerset 

— Raymond C. manager, h 158 Somerset 

— RolDcrt, mason, h 204 Neilson 

— Samuel H. laborer, h 179 Handy 

— Wesley, janitor Pub. Service Corp. h 211 Hamilton 
TAYLOR WILLIAM L. carpenter and builder, Dennison nr 

First ave. H. P. 
Tea Cup Inn, 21 Bayard 
Techem Catharine, h 189 Hamilton 

— Charles, emp P. R. R. h 189 Hamilton 

— William, emp J. & J. h 193 Hamilton 
Tecotzky Rose, h 14 Division 

— Samuel, prop. The Fair, h 14 Division 
Teel Percy T. salesman, h 210 Easton ave 
Teheney Michael, janitor, h 119 Somerset 

Tem.me William H. grocer, 135 Throop ave. h 137 do 
Ten Broeck Alicia L. h 268 Redmond 

TEN BROECK JAMES S. (Tallman & Ten Broeck) h Drift c 
Redmond 

— John D. painter, h 85 Remsen ave 

— William, emp P. R. R. h 791 George 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SWlffivSls BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



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383 



Ten Broeck Woodhull K. laundry, 20 Stone, h do 

Ten Eick Letitia, h 28 Paterson 

Tenerell Thoma, shoemaker, 158 Throop ave. h 109 Delevan 

Ten Eyck Alice, h 25 Codwise ave 

— James, h 140 George 

— Joseph, h 25 Codwise ave 

— Laura F. h 25 Codwise ave 

— Margaret, widow, h 296 Suydam 

— Mary E. clerk, h 2S Codwise ave 

TEN EYCK WILLIAM W. prop. Hig-hland Park Dairy and 
Highland Park Coal Yard. Office and residence, Harris- 
on ave. c Highland ave. See adv side lines 

Tengolicz Joseph, laborer, h 20 Plum 

Tenneson Ann, widow Peter, h 163 Easton ave 

— James, papermaker, h 255 Neilson 

— Peter F. saloon, 174 Easton ave. h 163 do 
Tennyson Ann C. h 187 Albany 

— Catharine C. variety store, 122 Somerset, h do 

— Catharine R. stenographer, h 232 Somerset 

— Edward, laborer, h 187 Albany 

— Elizabeth A. h 232 Somerset 

— Frank, h 43 Division 

— Hugh A. carpenter, h 232 Somerset 

— Julia M. clerk, h 122 Somerset 

— Mary G. artist, 232 Somerset, h do 

— NelHe, h 187 Albany 

— Peter, h 232 Somerset 

— Peter A. stenographer, h 232 Somerset 
Terhune Elletta, widow John A. h 206 George 

— Lora. h 206 George 

— Sarah, h 206 George 

Ternyela Peter, watchman, h 58 Stone 

Terrill J. Newton, agt. Prudential Ins. Co. h 306 George 

Terry Isaac N. bookkeeper, h 300 Redmond 

— John F. foreman U. S. Rubber Co. h jd Hassart 
Terwilliger Addie E. milliner, h 86 Bayard 

-^ Lorena F. h 86 Bayard 

— Norris M. electrician, h 86 Bayard 
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Tevlin Edward, emp J. & C. h 235 Baldwin 

— James, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 235 Baldwin 

— Mary J. h 235 Baldwin 

— Thomas A. emp J. & C. h 235 Baldwin 

— William, painter, h 235 Baldwin 
Tharez Jacob, laborer, h 10 Easton ave 
Thatcher Chester A. plumber, h 133 French 
Theam Bernhard, h 93 Talmadge 

— Frank, tireworker, h 71 Delevan 

— ■ George, hosiery worker, h 93 Talmadge 

— Joseph, hosiery worker, h 93 Talmadge 

— Mary, h 93 Talmadge 

Thickstun Anna D. school teacher, h 257 Townsend 

— Frederick M. bookkeeper, h 257 Townsend 

— Harriet, h 257 Townesend 

— Joseph H. carpenter, h 257 Townsend 
Thierry George, bartender, h 179 Hamilton 
Thirion Nicholas, carpenter, h 58 Oliver 
Thistle John H. livery, h 90 College ave 
Thomas Addie, domestic, h 191 Livingston ave 

— Anna M. packer, h 69 Bartlett 

— Charles, boatman, h 196 Burnet 

— Charles A. bookkeeper, h 221 Seaman 

— Helen, clerk, h 104 Guilden 

— Isabella M. packer, h 69 Bartlett 

— James A. fireman, h 69 Bartlett 

— John, h 225 Seaman 

— John H. driver, h 219 Seaman 

— John J. janitor, h 95 Easton ave 

— Julia A. dressmaker, 104 Guilden, h do 

— J. Leo, baker, h 69 Bartlett 

— Louis, laborer, h 206 Somerset 

— Morgan, watchman, ir84 Albany 

— Peter F. bridgebuilder, h 69 Bartlett 

— Peter S. h 104 Guilden 

— Robert, engineer, h 138 George 

— Robert L. electrician, h 89 Guilden 

THOMAS WILLIAM F. agt. Public Service Corporation, h 
Redmond 



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Thomasell Luigi, shoemaker, 373^-2 Peace, h 225 Neilson 
Thompson Abram L. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 160 New 

— Alexander Janitor New Brunswick Club, h 133 Albany 

— Anna, domestic, h 310 Sandford 

— Charles F. clerk P. O. h 282 Delevan 

— Charles F. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 291 Sandford 

— David, driver, h 309 Commercial ave 

— Emma E. emp J. & J. h 160 New 

— Forman S. driver, h 156 New 

THOMPSON FRANK B. painter, 181 Redmond, h 16 Guilden. 
See adv p xxviii 

— Frank F. prof. Rutgers College, h 91 Bayard 

— Frederick B. machinist, h 160 New 

— Garrett E. emp N. Y. h 85 Remsen ave 

— IBa, widow John H. h 51 Baldwin 

— Isaac H. emp Mid. Shoe Co. h 160 New 

— Isaac H. jr. machinist, h 160 New 

— Jacob, peddler, h 30 John 

— James, machinist, h White Hall Hotel 
— ^ Jeremiah, machinist, h 171 Remsen ave 

— John, clerk, h 237 Hamilton 

— John F. mattress maker, h 9 Abeel 

— John H. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 156 New 

— John H. grocer, 192 Delevan, h do 

— Lawrence, conductor, h 328 Commercial ave 

— Leonard, foreman, h 127 Bayard 

— Lillie, h 5 Livingston ave 

— Mabel, h 237 Hamilton 

— Mary G. bookkeeper, h 237 Hamilton 

— Minnie H. emp J. & J. h 160 New 

— Richard, driver, h 245 French 

Thomson Martin D. clerk P. R. R. h 32 James 
Thome John, rubberworker, h 45 John 
Thorne Sidney, h 3 Wirt. 

— Sidney jr. driver, h 29 Guilden 
Thorsen Lula, h Nichol ave c Redmond 
Thrasher George B. gardener, h College Farm 
Throckmorton Eleanor, widow Edmund C. h 163 Livingston av 
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Tice Garrett, fireman, h 305 Handy 

— Henry J. florist, 104 Church, h George's rd 
TICE JOSIAH, civil engineer, h 92 Albany 
Tierney Joseph M. grocer, 57 Codwise ave. h do 

— May A. h 57 Codwise ave 

Tietjen George M. (Becker & Tietjen) h 40 Bayard 
Till Otto' C. candymaker, h 299 Townsend 
Tilton Charles W. V. h 347 Seaman 

— Francis, h 347 Seaman 

— ■ Jane, widow, h 347 Seaman 

— William E. marine captain, h 76 Livingston ave 
Timbrook Amelia, widow Perrine, h 32 Plum 

— Annie, widow William, h 32 Plum 

— Charles, h 32 Plum 

— Emma, widow Elmer, h 32 Plum 

— Julia, h 32 Plum 
Times Building, 203 Neilson 

TIMES PUBLISHING CO. pubs. Daily and Weekly Times, 
Times Building, 201-203 Neilson. Linn E. Wheeler, pres. 
and editor; George D. Johnson, sec. and asst. editor. See 
adv p vii 

Timmans Jennie H. photographer, h 23 John 

— Louisa, widow Andrew M. h 23 John 
Timmons Elsie M. h ^2 Carroll pi 

— Robert B. engineer, h 72 Carroll pi 
Tindell Charles E. boxmaker, h 59 Neilson 

TINDELL CHARLES E. lawyer, 214 Townsend. See profes- 
sional card p 31 

— Edward, coal, 267 Burnet, h 214 Townsend 

— Minnie A. h 214 Townsend 

Tingle Edward H. engineer, h 24 Throop ave 

Title Guaranty & Surety Co. 349 George 

Titsworth Alfred A. prof. Rutgers College, h 590 George 

Titus Edward, hodcarrier, h 136 Baldwin 

— Joseph L. W. coachman, h 129 Handy 

— Robert D. conductor P. R. R. h 186 Baldwin 

— Serena, widow Richard A. h 178 Townsend 
'-^-^ilHam E. motorman, h 231 George 

— William L distributor, h 178 Townsend 



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Tobin John E. gardener, h iii Richardson 

— Margaret, h i8i Hamilton 

— Patrick, driver, h 120 Paterson 

— Theresa, h 236 Easton ave 

— Thomas, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 93 Lee ave 

— Thomas, laborer, h 6 Easton ave 

— Thomas, laborer, h 181 Hamilton 

— William, student, h 236 Easton ave 
Todd Henry, baker, h 199 New 
Toka Paul, laborer, h 22 Easton ave 
Tolan George P. gardener, h 160 Somerset" 
Tolchinsky Morris, notions, 202 Burnet, h do 
Tollmann WilHam T. bookkeeper, h 259 Seaman 

TOFT HANS, prop. Highland Park Inn, Raritan ave. nr Seventh 
ave. H. P. 

Toma Frank, grocer, 18 Somerset, h do 

TOMES BENJ. A. supt. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. h 21 Schuy- 
ler _^ 

— Catharine A. stenographer, h 21 Schuyler 

— Mary E. h 21 Schuyler 

Tomney Charles A. emp J. & C. h 18 Central ave 
— Charles C. h 216 Easton ave 

— Edward, h 73 Bishop 

— James A. h 188 Easton ave 

— James E. h 8 Central ave 

— James T. bookkeeper, h 13 Abeel 

— Jessie, forewoman, h y^, Bishop 

— J. Joseph, clerk, h 52 Welton 

Tomoroff Annie, widow Morris, h 223 Burnet 
Tomulty Peter, coachman, h 115 Throop ave 
Tonry Mary E. emp Hos. Co. h 13 Albany 
Toole Bridget, domestic, 45 Paterson 

— Catharine F. widow James, h 26 Central ave 

— Catharine F. emp cigar factory, h 26 Central ave 

— James, laborer, h 22 Plum 

— Mary, seamstress, h 71 College ave 

— Michael, laborer, h 14 Easton ave 

— Patrick J. lineman, h 20 Central ave 
— ^ Rose, emp Hos. Co. h 71 College ave 



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Toro Frank, barber, h io6 Neilson 

— Imra, laborer, h 1 1 Condict 

Torode Edward C. emp J. & Co. h 91 Hassart 
Torrisi Rosario, shoemaker, 289 George, h 86 John 

— Thomas, barber, 289 George, h 86 John 
Toskas Antonio, barber, 65 Hiram, h do 
Toth Alexander, mason, h 24 Jersey ave 

— Andrew, laborer, h 30 Washington 

— Annie, h 30 Washington 

— Annie, dressmaker, 256 Neilson, h do 

— Gabriel, laborer, h 51 Railroad ave 

— John, laborer, h 30 Washington 

— John J. jr. emp J. & J. h 30 Washington 

— Lizzie, h 30 Washington 

— Michael, laborer, h 120 Paterson 

— Michael, police, h 34 Washington 

— Stephen, emp Empire Foundry-, h 24 Jersey ave 

— Stephen, farmer, h 2 Somerset 

— Steve, h 256 Neilson 

— Steve J. laborer, h 54 Somerset 

TOTTEN LAFFERD, real estate stocks and bonds, 381 George, 

h 56 College ave 
Tougher Catharine M. h 22 Hardenbergh 

— James, contractor, 22 Hardenbergh, h do 

— James J. plumber, h 22 Hardenbergh 
Towland James S. h 137 Livingston ave 

TOWLE GEORGE C. real estate and insurance, 417 George, h 

Metuchen, N. J. See adv p xv 
TOWNSEND THEODORE E. treas. Janeway & Carpender, h 

College ave 
Tracy Michael J. barber, 106 Neilson, h do 
Trainor Ada, h 156 Somerset 

— Alice, boarding, 437 George, h do 

— Anna, widow John, h 156 Somerset 

— EHzabeth, widow Daniel, h 34 Neilson 

— Elizabeth, widow Daniel, h 290 Suydam 

— Frank, blockcutter, h 156 Somerset 

— Rose, widow Martin, h 24 Delafield 
Tramm Otto, h 56 Easton ave 



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Tratnm Rose R. dressmaker, h 56 Easton ave 
Travers John F. telegrapher, h 27 Hardenbergh 

— Thomas A. printer, h 50 Sicard 
Trempv David L. banker, h 218 Hale 

— Jean P. widow John, h 218 Hale 

— Roy R. banker, h 218 Hale 

Trenton & New Brunswick Fast Line, 129 Albany 
Triak Valente, laborer, h 18 Railroad ave 
Triffenger Jacob, foreman, h 19 Louis 
Troisi Anna, h 134 Remsen ave 

— John, barber, h 134 Remsen ave 

— Nicholas, barber, 134 Remsen ave. h do 

Truax Thomas, emp Michelin Tire Co. h 89 Hassart 
Tuch Stephen, laborer, h 61 French 

Tuckee George, boilermaker, h Georges rd nr Lawrence 
Tunison Arthur, h 151 Suydam 

— C. Irving, machinist, h 271 Seaman 

— Emma, widow J. Nelson, h 213 Redmond 

— Gertrude J. widow Philip, h 296 Suydam 

— John E. signs, 25 Liberty, h do 

— Juliet, widow, h 1 5 1 Suydam 

— Lucretia A. widow Edward, h 271 Seaman 

— William, carpenter, h 54 New 

Tupin Matthew M. carpenter, h 20 Richmond 

Turner James E. engineer, h 40 Richmond 

TURNER JOHN S. white metal goods mfr. Raritan ave. H. P. 

See adv p xxii 
Turton Minna A. h 108 Bayard 

— Rebina A. boarding, 108 Bayard 

— Robert S. mgr. Brunswick Decorating Co. h 288 George 
Tveretsky Isaac, butcher, 238 Burnet, h do 

Twinkler William, presser, h Somerset c French 
Tynan Thomas F. conductor, h 105 Townsend 

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Ubry Catharine J\L emp J. & J. h 88 Railroad ave 

— Frank P. A. moulder, h 88 Railroad ave 

— Joseph G. patternfitter, h 88 Railroad ave 

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Uhl Frederick C. (Rev.) pastor St. James' M. E. Church, h 
22 Schuyler 

Unger Joseph, tiremaker, h 13 Hassart 

Union Athletic Club, 373 Hale 

Union Club, 354 George. Frederick Weigel, pres. ; Charles B. 
Ludlow, vice pres. ; John E. Elmendorf, sec. ; A. J. Jones, 
treas. 

Union Labor Headquarters, Viehmann Building 

Unon News Co. P. R. R. Station. Garrett W. Kenny, agt. 

Unique (The) moving pictures, 208 Neilson 

United (^igar Mfrs. Co. (N. B. Branch), Somerset opp Pros- 
pect. William Kreiger, supt. 

UNITED PAINT AND WALL PAPER CO. (Bernard S". Fine- 
man and Joseph Rendleman) 86 Church. See adv side 
lines 

United States Cigar Factory, 30 Commercial ave 

UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO. 23 Bayard. J. T. Conover, 
agt. 

UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Little Burnet. James Deshler, 
supt. See adv p iii 

UPSON IRVING S. treas. and registrar Rutgers College, h 64 
College ave 

Upton Frederick A. janitor, h 393 George 

Ur John, h 83 French 

— Joseph, dry goods, 260 Neilson, h do 

— Lizzie, boarding, 83 French, h do 



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V'agar John, laborer, h 259 Neilson 
Vail Edward S. Mrs. h 96 Carroll pi 

— John M. painter, h 257 Suydam 

— Mary, widow Duncan, h The Bayard 

— May, h 300 Townsend 

— M. Augusta, h 24 Kirkpatrick 

— M. Be^lell, h 96 Carroll pi 

— William V. D. clerk, h 300 Townsend 
Vaill Edward W. h 28 Codwise ave 

— M. Edna, organist, h 28 Codwise ave 



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Valiant William S. prof. Rutgers College, h 132 New 
Vallette RoBert, driver, h 253 French 
Valone John, laborer, h 9 Alexander 

— Mella P. h 9 Alexander 
Valys Charles, grocer, 23 Division 

Van Acker William E. driver, h 146 Burnet 

— William H. teamster, h 146 Burnet 

Van Aman William A. stoves, h 101 Redmond 
Van Ammen Archer F. roofer, h 186 Burnet 
Van Amon John, electrician, h 203 Suydam 
Van Anglen Peter S. h 11 Livingston ave 

— Walter, hostler, h 157 Baldwin 

Van Antwerp Catharine, widow James, h 9 Paterson 

— Spencer C. bus. N. Y. h 9 Paterson 

Van Arsdale Charles S. brakeman, h 192 Albany 

— Charles S. packer, h 132 George 
— "Edward, laborer, h 157 Baldwin 

— Ephraim, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 145 Seaman 

— George, grocer, 76 Lee ave. h 74 do 

— George jr. brass spinner, h 76 Lee ave 

— Georgiana, h 4 French 

— Henry, boxmaker, h 85 Remsen ave 

— Isaac, painter, h 207 New 

— Jane Mrs. h 4 French 

— John, h 131 Paterson 

— John, clerk, h 241 Baldwin 

— John, laborer, h 241 Baldwin 

— Joseph, h 18 Hardenbergh 

— Mary, h 74 Lee ave 

— Oscar, moulder, h 161 Baldwin 

— Peter, emp Herbert & Moke, h 53 Morris 

— Robert T. china, h 106 Bayard 

— Roland S. dairy, h 132 George 

— Rulifif, farmer, h Livingston ave bey city limits 

— Sadie E. h 145 Seaman 

— Stella, teacher, h 131 Paterson 

— William R. engineer, h 174 Albany 

— William R. jr. foreman J. & J. h 10 Codwise ave 
Van Buskirk Abram, linotype operator, h 179 Baldwin 

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Van Buskirk Charles S. solicitor P. S. Co. h 124 Codwise ave 

— Cornelius J. machinist, h 20 Morrell 

— Effie G. h 124 Codwise ave 

— Mindert G. h 45 Hassart 

Van Cleeff Edwin L. salesman, h 94 Albany 

— Elliott E. bus. N. Y. h 94 Albany 

VAN CLEEF HOWARD M. rep. Provident life and Trust Co. 

of Philadelphia, h 94 Albany, h do 
VAN CLEEF JAMES H. counselor-at-law, 41 Paterson, h 18 

Union. See professional card p 31 

— Jane D. h 94 Albany 

VAN CLEEF SCHUYLER C. counselor-at-law, 41 Paterson, h 

Union. See professional card p 31 
Van Decar Bessie D. h 5 Alexander 

— Edward P. laborer, h 5 Alexander 

Van Dergrift Harvey, engineer, h 59 Neilson 

— James B. carpenter, h 59 Neilson 

Van Derhoef Elsie, emp J. & J. h 123 Somerset 

— Joseph H. hosierymaker, h 123 Somerset 

— Robert B. emp P. R. R. h 40 Dennis 

Van Derhoven Mary, widow James H. h 333 Suydam 
Van Deripe Peter, clerk, h 145 Somerset 
Van Derveer "Khram, helper, h 12 Burnet 

— Alice H. emp Ives Needle Co. h 92 Railroad ave 

— Arbutus, driver, h 81 Church 

— Carrie C. h 392 Comstock 

— Clarence, salesman, h 156 Neilson 

— Cornelius C. farmer, h 392 Comstock 

— David A. driver, h 40 Codwise ave 

— Ella, emp Hos. Co. h 21 1 New 

— Ellen, h 5 Neilson 

— ■ George F. trimmer, h 7 Liberty 

— Howard, bootblack, 379 George, h 46 New 

— Isaac S. photographer, 355 George, h 2^ John 

— James H. h 62 Burnet 

— John H. emp Ives Needle Co. h 79 New 

— John P. h 162 New 

— John W. engineer, h 22 Commercial ave 

— Leroy, clerk N. B. Trust Co. h Dayton, N. J. 

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Vanderveer Mary, widow, h 55 P'rench 

— Richard D. gasfitter, h 62 Burnet 

— Thomas F. foreman, h 109 French 

— WilHam G. h 270 Livingston ave 

— ^ "WilHam H. paymaster P. R. R. h 162 New 

Van Deursen Annie C. music teacher, 120 New, h do 

— Clarence S. driver, h 141 Church 

— Edwin E. boxmaker, h 113 Neilson 

— Ferdinand, policeman, h 84 Throop ave 

— George W. carpenter, h 14 Drift 

— Henrietta L. widow John H. h 32 Paterson 

— Howard B. architect, h 190 George 

— John, contractor, 120 New, h do 

— John D. foreman, h 190 George 

— John M. foreman, h 192 Commercial ave 
— Lillian, emp J. & J. h 84 Throop ave 

— Mary E. h 299 Seaman 

— Mav E. h 190 George 

VAN DETTRSEN PHARMACY (Lewis H. Hoagland) 365 
George 

— Sadie, emp J. & J. h 84 Throop ave 

— Sarah E. h 299 Seaman 

— Walter, emp J. & C. h 14 Drift 

— William, health inspector, h 84 Carroll pi 
Van Deusen Eleanor, h 308 Suydam 

— Ross, carpenter, h 308 Suydam 

Van De Venter Anna, stenographer, h 144 Somerset 

— Charles, emp J. & Co. h 270 Delevan 
• — Eva, teacher, h 144 Somerset 

— Evelyn, h 236 Somerset 

— Fay, teacher, h 144 Somerset 

— James Mrs. h 236 Somerset 

— James W. machinist, h 144 Somerset 

— J. Marshall, electrical engineer, h 144 Somerset 

— William E. supt. h 125 Bayard 

Vandivert Louise M. clerk, h Huntington nr College ave 

— Roderick M. journalist, h 21 Huntington 

— Samuel W. h 21 Huntington 

Van Doren Aaron, truckman, 53 Senior, h do 

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Van Doren Annie L. h 19 Kirkpatrick 

— Asher, motorman, h 53 Senior 

— Carrie A. dressmaker, 21 Codwise ave. h do 

— Cornelius C. stairbuilder, 2 Schuyler, h 98 French 

— Frederick, carpenter, h 114 French 

— Hiram, emp P. R. R. h 26 Bartlett 

— Isaac V. h 19 Kirkpatrick 

— Isaac V. jr. bookkeeper, h 19 Kirkpatrick 

— John, h 347 Seaman 

— John, carpenter, h 98 French 

— J. Edward, driver, h 28 Dennis 

— Louis, emp J. & C. h 53 Senior 

— Lucius E. bookkeeper J. & J. h 217 Hale 

— Mary, widow Henry, h 21 Codwise ave 

— Peter, emp P. R. R. h 26 Bartlett 

— Virginia C. h 288 George 

— William E. carpenter, h 5 Neilson 

— William M. clothier, 207 Neilson, h 376 George 
■ — William W. salesman, h 114 Codwise ave 

Van Dyck Francis C. dean Rutgers College, h 84 College ave 
Van Dyk James Co. teas, 15 Church. Jos. C. McDermott, mgr. 
Van Dyke John C. prof. Rutgers College, h George nr Sem. pi 

— Brace, conductor, h 29 New 

— William, coachman, h 177 Redmond 
Van Fleet Lulu, h 16 TVTorris 

— Martha E. widow Abraham, h 16 Morris 

— Paul C. ironworker, h 257 Comstock 
Van Hise Edith M. milliner, h 73 Carman 

— Frank, h 38 Lee ave 

— Garrett W. emp Howell Lumber Co. h 145 Commercial ave 

— Joseph S. watchman, h 73 Carman 

Van Horn Clark P. machinist, h 236 Redmond 

— Joseph C. carpenter, h 17 New 

Van Home Harry J. chauffeur, h 131 Commercial ave 
Van Huise Joseph M. painter, h 63 Burnet 
Van Kirk Anna B. widow John R. h 205 George 
Van Liew Charles, driver, h 13 Drift 

— Charles H. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 136 Redmond 

— C. Herbert (H. B. Van Liew Sons) h 8 Spring 

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Van Liew Edward S. clerk, h 146 Townsend 

— Emma C. h 15 Robinson 

— George H. carpenter, h 274 Commercial ave 

— George H. jr. h 274 Commercial ave 
^Harriet, emp J. & J. h 15 Robinson 

— Henry J. h 129 Neilson 

— H. B. Sons (William R. and C. Herbert Van Liew) team- 

sters, 8 Spring 
— 'J. Elmer, needlemaker, h 21 Jones ave 

— J. Wesley, shoe cutter, h 2,37 Townsend 

— Mary, widow Peter W. h 15 Robinson 

— William, emp Ives Needle Wks. h 145 Redmond 

— William, mason, h 274 Commercial ave 

— William C. emp needle factory, h 129 Neilson 

— William R. (H. B. Van Liew Sons) h 8 Spring 
Van Marter Catharine, widow Dr. John S. h 84 Bayard 

Van Mater A. G. stock clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 2d av. H. P. 
Van Middles worth Ida G. Mrs. h 135 George 

— James S. sec. Lawrence Cement Co. of Pa. h 135 George 

— Sarah E. h 135 George 

— T. Wilson, emp P. S. Corp. Newark, h 135 George 
Van Ness Charles, emp P. R. R. h 167 Church 

Van Nest John, contractor, h 4 French 

— Alfred, bus. N. Y. h 42 Church 
Van Neste Susan, h 51 Paterson 

Van Nortwick Henry W. livery stable, 16 Drift, h 289 George 
Van Nostrand Estella A. h 10 Union 

— Minard V. A. conductor, h 114 Codwise ave 

— Willard R. clerk N. B. Fire Ins. Co. h 258 Townsend 
Van Note George H. (Van Note & Co.) h 22 Paterson 

— Peter, carpenter, h 83 New 

Van Note & Co. (George H. Van Note) milliners, 87 Church 
Van Nuis Emma A. Mrs. h 223 George 

— F. William, emp needle factory, h 319 George 

— Henry R. clerk, h 259 Redmond 

— Irene E. h-223 George 

— Leon L. bus. N. Y. h 223 George 

VAN NTJIS LYLE, asst, cashier National Bank of of New Jer- 
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\^an Nuis Percy, electrical engineer, h 93 Bayard 

— William M. jr. bus. N. Y. h 223 George 
Van Pelt Cornelia Mrs. h The Bayard 

VAN PELT EDWIN R. druggist, Peace c Church, h 97 Bayard 

— Fanny, widow John, h 157 Baldwin 

— Isaac, engineer, h 265 Seaman 

— John D. meat, 141 Church, h 3 Spring 

— William, mason, h 33 Codwise ave 

Van Sickel Charles H. machinist, h 297 Redmond 

— Irving W. machinist, h 283 Suydam 

VAN SICKEL WILLIAM L. teamster and contractor, Codwise 

ave. c Seaman, h 297 Redmond. See adv p xvii 
Van Sickle Anna, widow Howlett, h 14 Codwise ave 

— Charles S. carpenter, h 253 Delevan 

— Clarence A. bookkeeper C. W. Russell, h 1 1 Livingston ave 

— George H. mason, h 255 Townsend 

— John, mason, h 18 Alexander 

— Raymond H. fireman P. R. R. h 16 Codwise ave 

— Royal J. mason, h 18 Alexander 

— Rushworth B. civil engineer, h 16 Codwise ave 

— Russell D. student, h 255 Townsend 

— Walter D. clerk County Clerk's Of'e, h Codwise av c Welton 

— William H. h 14 Codwise ave 

— William H. jr. mason and builder. Drift c Welton. h 16 

Codwise ave 
Van Thun Catharine, cigarmaker, h 144 Church 
Van Tillberg Samuel, reeler, h 8 Commercial ave 
Van Vechten Samuel A. undertaker, h 177 Hamilton 
Van Vliet Sophia R. matron Children's Day Nursery, h 14 

French 
Van Voast Francis U. mason, h 213 Hamilton 

— Mary J. widow Henry, h 258 Hale 

— Phoebe M. dressmaker, 258 Hale, h do 

. Van Wagenen Marvin J. secretary, h 230 Hamilton 
Van Wickle Samuel S. driver, h 8 Spring 
VAN WINCKLE CLIFFORD S. treas. Interwoven Stocking Co. 

h Highland Park 
Van Zandt Albert L. W. boat captain, h 124 Church 

— Elizabeth, widow Melvin P. h 124 Church 

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Van Zandt \\^illiam H. Y. tiremaker, h 124 Church 
Varga Anthony, laborer, h 37 French 

— John, emp Hos. Co. h 258 Neilson 

— John, laborer, h 206 Somerset 

— Louis, laborer, h 163 Albany 
Varick Jane, h 35 College ave 

— Theodore R. h 35 College ave 
Veghte Ella, h 19 Codwise ave 

— Luther, emp J. & J. h 19 Codwise ave 

— Theodore, machinist, h 19 Codwise ave 
Venable Chester, hodcarrier, h 192 Handy 

— George, machinist, 60 Albany, h First ave. H. P. 

— George L. printer, h Raritan ave. opp engine house, H. P. 

— Jesse, hod carrier, h 50 Lee ave 

— Samuel N. machinist, h loi Townsend 

Venner Frank A. drug clerk, h Cherry Lawn, Clifton ave 

— Peter, mgr. Phelps estate, h Cherry Lawn, Clifton ave 
Verhaagen Wilhelmina H. h 40 Oliver 

Vertucci Michael, barber, 53 Hassart, h 34 Neilson 
Vetreczin Frank, laborer, h 14 Easton ave 
Vickery Frank F. conductor, h 348 Comstock 

— Matthias F. watchman N. B. Trust Co. h 283 Townsend 
VICTORY FRANK L. (Harkins & Victory) h 7 Paterson 
VIEHMANN ANTHONY, fancy dry goods, 50 Church, h 48 do 

— Bertha, h 48 Church 

— Building. 360-366 George 

VIEHMANN GEORGE A. pres. New Brunswick Fire Ins. Co. 
Middlesex Title Guarantee and Trust Co. and lawyer, N. 
Y. h 227 Townsend 

— Louise D. h 48 Church 

Viehmann & Dennis (George A. A^iehmann and Holmes V. M. 

Dennis) lawyers, George c Paterson 
Viereck Eugene W. foreman, h 115 x\lbany 

— Mary, saloon, 115 Albany, h do 

Vigus Mary A. widow John A. h 26 Church 

— Maud M. h 26 Church 

Visiting Nurse Association Dispensary. 88 Schurcman 
Vizar Frank, laborer, h 15 Condict 
\'izi Tc)hn, laliorer, h 125 Paterson 

Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
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Vliet Cornelius N. porter P. R. R. h 7 Liberty 

— Daniel, h Hamilton nr city line 

— Daniel H. h Hamilton nr city line 

— Hendricks, h Hamilton nr city line 

— John W. policeman, h 129 Somerset 

— Phoebe, widow Peter, h 129 Somerset 

— P. Edgar, clerk P. O. h 129 Somerset 
Voelker Otto, h 16 Mine 

Vogel Emily, stenographer, h 259 Handy 

— George, driver, h Ward nr Lee ave 

-^ John, emp P. R. R. h Ward nr Lee ave 

— Marie, widow Gustav, h 259 Handy 

— Martha, school teacher, h 259 Handy 

— Michael, contractor, h Ward nr Lee ave 

— Rose M. widow Carl, h 2 Commercial ave 

— William, emp J. & Co. h 2 Commercial ave 
Vogko Susan, grocer, 301 Neilson, h do 
Vogt Frank, motorman, h 168 Commercial ave 

— Erank jr. cigarmaker, h 168 Commercial ave 
Volkert Charles, tailor, 102 Church, h 179 do 

— Charles jr. tailor, h 79 Church 

— Erederick, electrical engineer, h 79 Church 

— Edward J. baggagemaster, h 257 Comstock 

VOLKERT EMIL, merchant tailor, 359 George, h Cedar ave. 

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Volunteers of America, 24 Peace 
VOORHEES ABRAM, carpenter and builder, 271 Handy. Phone 

392-J. See adv p xiv 

— Abram J. horseshoer, 183 Erench, h 37S Hale 

— Amanda L. teacher, h 298 Redmond 

— Andrew, emp L. & B. Wks. h 186 Burnet 

— Anna, emp Milltown, h 17 Throop ave 

— Annie M. h 29 Codwise ave 

— Arthur L. bookkeeper, h 273 George 

VOORHEES A. CRAIG, jeweler, 62 Dennis, h Raritan ave. nr 
Third ave. H. P. 

— Caswell, sashmaker, h 41 Comstock 

— Charles R. saloon. 15.S Neilson, h do 

— Charles "S. emp J. & J. h 340 Townsend 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

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Voorhees Qarence R. clerk Scheuer & Bro. h H. P. 

— Clifford I. attorney-at-law, 40 Paterson, h 18 Livingston av 

— Edward B. prof. Rutgers College, h College Farm 

— Eldredge C. emp Ives Needle Co. h 254 Redmond 

— Eleanor S. h 61 Livingston ave 

— Ethel G. h 303 George 

— Gladvs, clerk, h i Guilden 

VOORHEES HOWARD C. physician, 43 Bayard, h do. Office 
hours: 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 2 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. in. 

— Ira C. h 78 Carroll pi 

— Irene S. student, h 47 Hassart 

— Isaac, laborer, h 188 Handy 

— Jacob, h 217 George 

— Jennie, cigarmaker, h 157 Church 

— John, wall paper, h 303 George 

— John A. h 273 George 

— John C. sexton, h 15 Bayard 

— Lester, draughtsman, h i Guilden 

VOORHEES LOTTIS A. analytical chemist, 111 Carroll pi. Sec. 
and treas. lake Chemical Co. and Middlesex Motor Co. h 
111 Carroll pi. See adv p ii 

— Margaret, widow Bernard, h 112 Neilson 

— Margaret S. Mrs. h 43 Bayard 

— Marian, h 18 Livingston ave 

— Mary P. widow Wyckoff , h 298 Redmond 

— Mary S. widow John S. h 586 George 

— Matilda, h College Farm 

— Mattie, h 188 Handy 

— May C. h 29 Robinson 

— Nettie L. stenographer, h 298 Redmond 

— Peter Van D. driver, h 47 Hassart 

— (Ralph) Library, Hamilton c Bleecker 

— Realty Co. 393 George 

— Rebecca, widow John, h i Guilden 

— Richard, laborer, h 188 Handy 

— Sadie N. emp J. & J. h 172 New 

— Samuel D. emp Ives Needle Co. h 172 New 

— Stephen H. driver, h i Dennis 

— Tracv S. student, h 586 George 



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A'^oorhees Van Cleef, bartender, h ii Albany 

— Vanderbilt S. h 26 Paterson 

VOORHEES WILLARD P. Justice of the Supreme Court, 40 
Paterson, h 35 Union 

— William, asst. warden County Jail, h South River 

— William, emp Neverslip Mfg Co. h 27 Stone 

— William, janitor N. B. Trust Co. h 84 Church 

— William H. h 29 Robinson 

— William H. apron cutter, h 44 New 
Voratsky Harry, peddler, h 268 Burnet 
Vorick Joseph, laborer, h 18 Commercial ave 
Vornok Joseph, emp J. & J. h 75 French 
Voros John, laborer, h 14 Railroad ave 
Vosskuhler Herman, tinsmith, h 151 Welton 
Vossler Charles, h 207 New 

— Henrietta Mrs. boarding, 207 New, h do 
Voytowicz Mary, domestic, h 98 Bayard 
Vroom Andrew, laborer, h i Guilden 



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Wachek John, watchmaker, 73 French, h do 

Wade A. Grover, teacher N. B. Bus. College, h 342 George 

Walede Barbara M. clerk, h 210 Burnet 

— Gotfried. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 143 Burnet 

— Gottlieb, bartender, h 210 Burnet 

— Henry, driver, h 143 Burnet 

— John, salesman, h 81 Albany 

— John L. saloon, 208 Burnet, h 35 Hassart 

— Mary, boarding, 81 Albany, h do 
Wagi Paul, laborer, h 96 French 

Wagner Augustus, bookkeeper, h 137 Suydam 

— Katherine, widow John, h i Delafield 

— Etta, h 68 Schureman 

— William H. salesman, h 68 Schureman 
Wahler Abraham, driver J. & J. h 15 Plum 

— Adelbert F. engineer, h yj Delafield 

— Adelbert F. jr. painter, h yj Delafield 

— Gretchen. rubberworker. h yy Delafield 



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Building Moving. Telephony 



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Wahler Veronica, emp Hos. Co. h 'j'j Delafield 
Wais William, gardener, h College Farm 

— Clarence, bookkeeper, h 202 Handy 

— Ellis W. carpenter, h 21 Schureman 

Wakeham Annie C. music teacher, 63 Schureman, h do 

— Mary E. school teacher, h 63 Schureman 
Waker James J. clerk, h 10 Bayard 

— James S. h 96 Paterson 

Waldorf Shoe Store, 7 Church. James A. Manning, mgr. 
Waldrof Martin, saloon, 5 Peace, h do 
Waldron Anne A. h George c Bishop pi 

— Bridget, widow Austin, h 34 Central ave 

— Elizabeth, h George c Bishop pi 

— Florence, h 25 Livingston ave 

— Herbert, treas. John Waldron Co. h 25 Livingston ave 

— Howard V. D. h 25 Livingston ave 

— John, pres. John Waldron Co. h 25 Livingston ave 

— John Co. mfrs. wall paper machines. Highland Park. John 

Waldron, pres. ; WilHam H. Waldron, vice pres. ; Herbert 
Waldron, treas. 

— Lucy A. widow Aaron, h 182 Handy 

— M. F. widow Edward, h George c Bishop pi 

— William H. vice pres. John Waldron Co. h 22 Kirkpatrick 
WALES CHARLES T. (Empire Trucking Co.) mgr. Empire 

Storage Co. h 222 Baldwin 
Walk John, moulder, h 3 Alexander 
Walker Alexander D. carpenter, h 72 Neilson 

— Angelina, h 6 Morris 

— Annie G. emp J. & J. h 37 Division 

— Bertha E. emp J. & J. h 25 Morris 

— Elizabeth, stenograpTier, h 37 Division 

— Howard C. sashmaker, h 6 Morris 

— James, yardmaster, h 37 Division 

— James R. emp P. R. R. h 37 Division 

— Joseph, emp J. & J. h 52 Guilden 

— Mary N. asst. librarian N. B. Free Library, h 25 Morris 

— Pamelia, widow James, h 25 Morris 

— Priscilla P. blue packer, h 72 Neilson 

— Sarah, widow William, h 174 Albany 



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Walker Thomas M. driver, h 78 Neilson 

— William H. h 6 Morris 

— William J. salesman, h 37 Division 
Wall Arthur E. conductor, h 195 Neilson 

— James M. clerk, h 16 Mine 

WALL JOHN P. merchant tailor, 115 Church, h 33 Mine. See 
adv side lines 

— "Margaret C. school teacher, h 29 Hartwell 

— Mary T. h 29 Hartwell 

— Michael, h 29 Hartwell 

— Nora M. h 29 Hartwell 
Wallace Bertha M. h 90 Baldwin 

— Catharine, widow William, h 90 Baldwin 

— Hugh F. foreman, h 28 Morrell 

— George W. gardener, h 46 Baldwin 

— Henry, moulder, h 125 Talmadge 

— Joseph, rubberworker, h 195 Albany 
Wallach Moses, confectioner, 36 Albany, h H. P. 

— William, manager, h H. P. 
Walling Anna, h 138 French 

— Anna^. widow Levi, h 138 French 

— Frances, widow John, h 129 Bayard 
— ^ Frank, cutter, h 138 French 

— Helen T. inspector J. & J. h 129 Bayard 
Walsh Catharine, widow Andrew, h 106 Suydam 

— James, machinist, h 136 Church 

— Johanna, widow Patrick, h 346 Suydam 

— Maggie, h 136 Church 

Walter Apollonia, widow Carl, h 213 Baldwin 

— Carl C. emp J. & C. h 213 Baldwin 

Walters Catharine, emp rubber shop, h 156 Neilson 
— ^John, driver, h 32 Morris 
Warak Peter, barber, h 18 Commercial ave 
Ward Agnes Mrs. widow, h no Suydam 

— x\gnes, cigarmaker, h 52 Division 

— Catharine, emp J. & J. h 52 Division 

— ■ Charles, emp Ives Needle Co. h 209 Neilson 

— Clarence A. prof. Rutgers College, h Princeton, N. J. 

— Elizabeth, widow Thomas, h 52 Division 

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Ward Ellen, cigannaker, h 52 Division 

— Frank J. bookkeeper, h 222 Baldwin 

— John, bartender, h 151 Townsend 

— John, foreman, h 50 Division 

— John H. h 95 Townsend 

— Kenneth, h no Suydam 

— Mary, emp J. & J. h 52 Division 

— Richard, h 20 Washington 

— Thomas, emp P. R. R. h 63 Remsen ave 

— Thomas A. h 52 Division 

Wardell Lillian L. widow William, sewing machines, 50 Al- 
bany, h 52 do 
Ware James A. draughtsman, h 142 Suydam 

— James T. emp P. R. R. h 95 Baldwin 

— Jennie H. stenographer, h 142 Suydam 

— Nora H. widow John, h 142 Suydam 

— Thomas F. h 133 Seaman 

Wargo Alexander, laborer, h 251 Somerset 

— Bernard, emp J. & J. h 9 Plum 

— Esta, laborer, h 69 French 

— Joseph, laborer, h 206 Somerset 

— .Sigmund, laborer, h 251 Somerset 
Wark Frank C. clerk, h 35 OHver 

— George G. bookkeeper, h 43 Remsen ave 

— Jennie R. teacher, h 43 Remsen ave 

— Robert F. S. foreman U. S. Rubber Co. h 43 Rems^^n ave 

— Roberta R. widow Archibald V. h 35 Oliver 
Warka Elizabeth Mrs. midwife, 8 New, h do 

— Peter, h 8 New 

Warne M. Russell, bus. N. Y. h 235 George 

— Sarah L. h 6 French 

Warner Dora, cigarmaker, h 66 Guilden 

— Frederick, butcher, h 95 Guilden 

— George H. h 28 Stone 

— Jesse W. h 295 Redmond 

— Lena, widow Michael, h 66 Guilden 

— Sarah, widow Jesse, h 295 Redmond 
Warnsdorfer Peter, emp Swift & Co. h 140 Redmond 
Warren James, electrician, h 262 Townsend 



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Agent tor Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



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Warren M. Louise, h 82 Somicrset 

— Samuel, janitor, h 117 Neilson 
— ■ Susan S. h 82 Somerset 

— T. Robinson, h 82 Somerset 

Warter Joseph, emp C. F. Jar Co. h 35 Hassart 

— Martin, painter, h 35 Hassart , 

Warters Francisca P. emp Hos. Co. h iii Townsend 

— Peter, emp Milltown, h iii Townsend 
Washington Engine and Hose Co. No. i, 165 Burnet 

— Henry, laborer, h 143 Hale 

— Michael, conductor, h 246 Remsen ave 

— School, French c Louis. Eleanor Lott, prin. 
WATER COMMISSIONERS OFFICE, 43 Paterson 

— Dept. City of New Brunswick. Jacob H. Whitfield, supt. 

Pumping station, Weston Mills. Office, 43 Paterson 
Waters John J. h 68 Morrell 

— John J. barber, 47 Peace, h do 

Watkins Jordan, driver, h 204 Commercial ave 

— Philip, junk, h 26 Schureman 

WATMAN G. (Watman's Pharmacy) h 58 Church 
WATMAN'S PHARMACY (G. Watman) Neilson c Church. 

See adv side lines 
Watson Elizabeth, stenographer, h 163 Bayard 

— Frank E. color mfr. 12 Condict, h 17 Hardenbergh 

— F. Lamar, student, h 17 Hardenbergh 

WATSON HENRY A. (J. D. Watson & Co.) h 16 Division 
WATSON JOHN (Parker & Watson) and city comptroller, 102 

Church, h 163 Bayard 
— ^John A. h 141 Redmond 

— John G. jr. treas. India Rubber Co. h N. Y. 
WATSON JOHN H. (J. D. Watson & Co.) h 139 Somerset 
WATSON J. D. & CO. ( John H., Henry A. and Robert W. Wat- 
son) color mfrs. 20 Water 

— Mary, widow John, h 163 Bayard 

— Parker L. color maker, h 17 Hardenbergh 

WATSON ROBERT W. (J. D. Watson & Co.) h 186 George 

— Russell E. attorney-at-law, 40 Paterson, h 17 Hardenbergh 

— Sarah J. stenographer, h 163 Bayard 

— Warren, clerk, h 168 George 

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Watson William, clerk P. O. h 163 Bayard 

Watts Helen R. widow Robert jr. h 88 Livingston ave 

— Luna M. widow Thomas H. h 13 Mine 
Way Dunham M. paperhanger, 86 Hassart, h do 
Wealde John L. bartender, h 35 John 
Weatherby Jeremiah L. salesman, h 184 George 
Weaver George F. carpenter, h 264 Hamilton 

— Peter, laborer, h 925^ Burnet 

WEBB ERNEST H. (Webb Wire Wks.) h 59 Paterson 
WEBB LEONARD S. (Webb Wire Wks.) h 59 Paterson 

— Spencer, h 182 Suydam 

WEBB WIRE WORKS (Ernest H. and Leonard S. Webb) 

mfrs. of music wire, 17 Liberty- 
Webber Laurence, grocer, 20 Easton ave. h do 
Weber Henry W. tailor, h 75 Richardson 
— ^ Jacob jr. printer, h 167 Church 

Weed Charles D. harnessmaker, 269 Burnet, h 217 Baldwin 
Wehrfritz Conrad, shoemaker, h 51 Mine 

— Frances, h 129 Throop ave 

— Frank, driver, h 129 Throop ave 

— Henry L. clerk, h 45 Baldwin 

— Leonard, paperhanger, 45 Baldwin, h do 

— Robert, packer, h 45 Baldwin 
Weigel Clara M. h 73 Paterson 

WEIGEL FREDERICK, attomey-at-law, 46-48 Paterson, h 109 

Livingston ave. See professional card p 31 
— George, bookkeeper, h 206 Redmond 
WEIGEL JOHN JR. (New Brunswick Garage) h 73 Paterson 

— Lulu C. stenographer, h 73 Paterson 

— Mildred R. h 109 Livingston ave 

WEIGEL PHILIP JR. hardware, iron, steel, house furnishings, 
factory and mill supplies, 2-4-6 Peace, h do 

— Susan, h 73 Paterson 

Weil Harry, fruits, 295 Neilson, h do 
Weiland George, grocer, 105 Throop ave. h do 
Weinberg Esther, emp J. & J. h 27 Schureman 
— ' Louis, clerk, h 27 Schureman 
Weiner Gesella, domestic, h 96 Albany 

— Harris, junk, 14 Hassart, h do 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

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'Phone 549 

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Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 

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Weingart, Andrew M. produce, 114 Church, h 116 do 

— Benjamin C. driver, h 45 Dennis 

— Catharine M. h 36 OHver 

— Eva Mrs. h 36 OHver 

— ■ Francis J. butcher, h 36 OHver 

— WiHiam L. cobs, h Livingston ave. c Talmadge 
WEINEAUB ALBERT, merchant tailor, George c Schureman, 

h 132 Neilson 

— Max, ladies' tailor, 58 Easton ave 
Weir Sarah K. h 57 Bartlett 
Weldey William, laborer, h 57 John 
Weldy Charles M. bartender, h 301 George 

— Jacob E. moulder, h 226 Neilson 

— Leon A. h 301 George 

— Phoebe F. widow Jacob, boarding, 301 George, h do 
WELKER FRANK S. (Payton & Welker) h 169 New 

— L/aura, school teacher, h 169 New 

— LiUian, h 169 New 

Weller John, butcher, h 82 French 

— Lawrence, emp J. & J. h 195 New 

— Louis, dry goods, 59 Albany, h 63 do 

— Mary, widow John, h 195 New 

Wells John Memorial Hospital, Somerset c Albany. Cecelia 

Jacobs, matron 
— • Mabel, teacher, h 213 Redmond 
WELLS T. TILESTON, lawyer, N. Y. h Easton ave. R. F. D. 

No. 6 
Welsch Michael, tiremaker, h 33 Hassart 
Welsh Anna Mrs. h 297 Suydam 

— Arthur, student, h 1 10 Somerset 

— Catharine, widow William, h 106 Easton ave 

— Catharine, widow John, h 53 Carman 

— Edward, needlemaker, h 20 Morris 

— Edward F. wire chief, h 1 10 Somerset 

— James J. tiremaker, h 23 Throop ave 

— John H. emp J. & C. h 297 Seaman 

— John J. bookkeeper, h 98 Commercial ave 

— Margaret T. h 53 Carman 

— Mary, widow Patrick, h 104 Hamilton 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telejihone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

&rDlf.;eJils BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER. SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & McCORIVIICK 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 407 



Welsh Mary E. h 53 Carman 

— Mary E. stenographer, h 53 Carman 

— OUver A. steamboat captain, h 53 Carman 

WELSH PATEICK M. coal and masons' materials, 239^ Bur- 
net, h 280 George. See adv p xxxiii 

— Theodore W. clerk, h Raritan ave. H. P. 
Wemmer Edna R. h 21 Church 

— Mary A. widow William N. h 21 Church 

Wendt Frederick H. (Mullin & Wendt) h Livingston Manor 
Werner C. Ethel, h 23 French 

— Harry, clerk, h 48 Baldwin 

— Henrietta H. clerks h 22, French 

— Katherine P. stenographer, h 23 French 
Westcott Joseph H. h 11 1 Remsen ave 

Wesemann Annie M. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 32 Richmond 

— Henry H. insurance agt. h 32 Richmond 

— Lizetta E. dressmaker, 32 Richmond, h do 

— Mary S. widow Henry, h 32 Richmond 
West Harry W. moulder, h 378 Comstock 
Westcott Abraham T. watchman, h 27 New 

— George, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 47 Neilson 

— Joseph R. driver, h 27 New 

— ■ Mary, emp Hos. Co. h 47 Neilson 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 411 George. James S. Fowler, 

mgr 
Westervelt Andrew V. D. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 42 Railroad 
Weston Betsy, widow John, h 13 Easton ave 

— Edward, emp J. & J. h i Hardenbergh 

— William H. foreman J. & J. h 22 Louis 

— Zacharias, h 1 54 Church 

Wet Wash Laundry (Charles Harding and Edward Metzler) 

r 98 Somerset 
Wetmore Louis P. h 410 George 
Wetsell Charles, laborer, h 57 New 
Wexler Harris, tailor, h 132 Neilson 
Whalen Elizabeth, widow Mortimer, h 29 Division 

— James, emp J. & J. h 21 Louis 

— James T. emp C. F. Jar Co. h 22 Sicard 

— John, emp J. & J. h 21 Louis 



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Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
Gasoline, Electric, 

Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 
95-97-99 Carroll Place Cor. George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 



enlarging. Storage, 
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Whalen Martin, fire department, h 21 Louis 

— Richard, gardener, h 21 Louis 

— Thomas, emp Hos. Co. h 25 Guilden 

— Thomas J. tiremaker, h French bel. Hale 

— WiUiam, emp J. & J. h 21 Louis 

Wheatley Amos (A. Wheatley & Co.) h Third ave. H. P. 
WHEATLEY A. & CO. (Amos Wheatley) jewelers, 83 Albany. 

See adv p ix 
Wheeler Alice H. h 10 Kirkpatrick 

— Edwin C. clerk, h Lee ave. c Seaman 

WHEELER LINN E. pres. and editor Daily and Weekly Times, 
h 10 Kirkpatrick 

— Rufus P. grocer, Lee ave. c Seaman, h do 
Whelan Bridget M. widow Patrick, h 24 Morris 

— Thomas E. machinist, h 26 Alexander 
Whitaker George A. h 271 Somerset 

— Grace M. h 271 Somerset 

— Helen, h 271 Somerset 

— Julia M. h 271 Somerset 

— xMary A. stenographer, h 271 Somerset 

— Richard, supt. h 271 Somerset 

— Richard jr. supt. h 18 Division 

Whitcomb Emory O. consulting engineer, h 145 Somerset 
White Alice, h 23 Wyckofif 

— B. Mabel, bookkeeper, h 9 Louis 

— Charles, ticket agt. P. R. R. h 86 Jersey ave 

WHITE CHARLES A. vice-pres. Middlesex Motor Co. h 15 
Codwise ave 

— Edward F. laborer, h 291 Baldwin 

— EdAvard G. bookkeeper J. & J. h 209 Seaman 

— Elizabeth, h 17 Senior 

— Ephraim V. carpenter, h 151 Handy 

— George A. cement worker, h 263 Comstock 

— George J. carpenter, h 263 Sandford 

WHITE HALL HOTEL, 19-21 Albany. Thomas A. Manley, 
prop. See adv p xxi 

— Hall Stables (Frank Cordo) Peace nr Albany 

— Harriet L. stenographer, h 263 Sandford 

— Helen C. stenographer, h 92 Commercial ave 

The GOOd^y^^ Anna Held, Large Size 

5G. Cigars^ I'i^le continental, Small Size 

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Huiinsti & wiiitrieifl.rj/'tors 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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White Henrietta B. cashier, h 263 Sandford 

— James E. emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 145 Handy 

— Jessie E. clerk County Clerk's Office, h 148 Somerset 

— John J. emp P. R. R. h 49 Morrell 

— John P. clerk P. O. h 92 Commercial ave 

— Leslie B. peddler, h 217 Neilson 

— Margaret, h 17 Senior 

— Mary, widow John, h 17 Senior 

— Michael, h 94 Commercial ave 

— Michael R. button maker, h 66 Huntington 

— Richard M. engineer J. & J. h 15 Codwise ave 

— Robert J. laborer, h 47 Morrell 

— Sadie E. h 217 Neilson 

— Samuel, h 145 Handy 

— Samuel, junk, 177 Delevan, h do 

— Silas, h 136 Throop ave 
Whitehead Samuel, h 32 Mine 

— Theodore, emp Shoe Co. h 112 Paterson 

— William H. H. carpenter, h 142 French 
Whiteman George W. laborer, h 15 New 
Whitenack Christiana V. N. Mrs. h 4 French 

— William D. dispatcher. P. R. R. h 19 Codwise ave 
Whiteneck Charles, laborer, h 186 Hale 

— Robert, driver, h r 186 Hale 

Whiteshuttle Mabel, milliner J. C. M. Gallagher's, h Sayreville 
Whitfield Ellen J. stenographer, h 18 Codwise ave 

— Jacob H. treas. and supt. Board of Water Commissioners, 

h 18 Codwise ave 

WHITFIELD WILLIAM H. (Hullfish & Whitfield) h 18 Cod- 
wise ave 

Whiting Jesse E. broker, h 300 Redmond 

— Joseph E. h 144 Bayard 

Whitlock Frank B. teller N. B. Trust Co. h Raritan ave. H. P. 

— George W. carpenter, h 166 Commercial ave 

— ■ Sarah, prin. Lord Stirling School, h Raritan ave. H. P. 

— Sarah A. widow Alexander, h 151 College ave 

— Theodore, emp Ives Needle Co. h 151 College ave 

— William D. moulder, h Nichol ave. opp Delevan 

— William N. carpenter, h 148 Jones ave 



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Residence: 157 Codwise Ave. 



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Whitman Charles H. prof. Rutgers College, h 189 College ave 
Whittaker Ella, stenographer Surrogate's Office, h 95 Easton 
ave 

— John H. blockcutter, h 95 Easton ave 
Whittington Alonzo E. butler, h 9 Union 
WHITTLESEY WATSON pres. Livingston Manor Corporation, 

h Livingston Manor 
Wickers A. George, real estate, 144 Easton ave. h do 

— A. George jr. plumber, iz^ Easton ave. h do 

— Irene, inspector, h 144 Easton ave 
Wieand Irma C. school teacher, h The Bayard 
Wieda John, baker, 163 Neilson, h 161 do 
Wieland Adam, baker, 76 Renisen ave. h do 
Wiener Michael, emp rubber factory, h 136 Neilson 
VVikoff Anna C. h 177 George 

— Arthur K. D. drug clerk, h 177 George 

— Bertha, h 177 George 

— B. M. milliner, yy Church, h 212 Redmond 

— Edward H. h 212 Redmond 

— Emma, widow John O. h 177 George 
Wilber Charles P. h Bishop pi 

— Laura B. widow Francis A. h Bishop pi 

— W. Francis E. h Bishop pi 

Wilcox Elsie, hosiery finisher, h 155 Burnet 

— Elsie, school teacher, h 257 Seaman 

— Florence, cigar packer, h 155 Burnet 

— Ida, packer, h 126 Bayard 

— John W. policeman, h 209 Suydam 

— J. Elmer, shoe opr. h 155 Burnet 

— Mabel, cigar packer, h 155 Burnet 

— Moses, ship carpenter, h 155 Burnet 

— Silas W. window shades, 311 George, h 257 Seaman 

— Theodore, supt. h 255 Seaman 

— William B. h 126 Bayard 

Wild Frances, widow Walter, dyer, 197 Neilson 

— Louis, tailor, h 15 New 

— Melville, student, h Lee ave c Townsend 
Wildgoose Andrew V. draftsman, h 245 Livingston ave 

— Charles H. milk, 155 Baldwin, h do 

Wc Fit the Feet of Growing Children 
With Just the sort of SHOES ™^Ve"aS"^° 

BEAM ® CLARE, 362 George St. 



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Wildg^oose James H. h upper Livingston ave 

— Joseph, machinist, h 245 Livingston ave 

— Joseph F. jr. cigarmaker, h 154 New 

— WiUiam A. machinist, h 245 Livingston ave 

Wildman George E. pres. Prospect Boiler Co. h 183 Codwise 
ave 

— Walter W. slater, h 183 Codwise ave 
Wilhelm Charles, laborer, h 92 Burnet 

— George, laborer, h 36 Alexander 

— Peter, mason, h 104 Burnet 

Wilken Charles B. fireman P. R. R. h 23 Codwise ave 
Willatt William A. insurance agent, h 127 Bayard 
Willett Harriet S. h 30 Morris 
William Penn Ins. Co. of Pottsville, 417 George 
Williams Alexander, huckster, h 53 Commercial ave 

— Cornelia, widow Henrv, h 186 Llale 

WILLIAMS DAVID J. stone yard, 187-89 Neilson, h N. Y. 

— Edward, bottler, h 191 Neilson 

— Edward, porter, h 46 New 

— George, driver, h 28 John 

— George D. gardener, h 14 Railroad ave 

— Harry W. h 124 Bayard 

— Lewis, h 189 Suvdam 

WILLIAMS PAUL F. real estate, 413 George, h 102 College 
ave. See adv top lines 

— Samuel, cook, h 26 French 

— Sheldon L. bus. N. Y. h 26 Liberty 

— Tarleton D. laborer, h 14 Railroad ave 

— Walter R. bookkeeper, h 204 Commercial ave 

— William F. colormixer, h 29^2 Bartlett 
Williamson Addison, electrician, h 187 Redmond 
WILLIAMSON DOUWE D. architect, 413 George, h 36 Union. 

See adv next page 

— Edward, h 187 Redmond 

— Elias, laborer, h 168 Fasten ave 

— Elsie S. stenographer, h 243 Livingston ave 

— Ethan, fireman, h 187 Redmond 

— Helen, h 168 Easton ave 

— Helen L. h 36 LTnion 



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Williamson John L. mattress nifr. 257 George, h 255 do 

— Julia B. h 36 Union 

— Martin DeW. emp Ives Needle Co. h 62 Welton 

— Mary C. widow Alfred, h 51 Comstock 

— Mary M. teacher, h 243 Livingston ave 
WILLIAMSON M. LUTHER, auctioneer, real estate and in- 
surance, 393 George, h 122 New 

— Nicholas, electrical engineer, h 36 Union 

— Sophia E. widow Edward, h 243 Livingston ave 

— Walter M. automobiles, h 122 New 

— ■ William A. button sewer, h 87 Bayard 

WILLIS H. BREWSTER, lawyer, 349 George, h 185 Livingr- 

ston ave 
Wilmot George W. supervisor music public schools, h 166 

Somerset 

— George W. jr. h 166 Somerset 

— James D. h 151 Seaman 

Wilmurt Ada M. stenographer, h 149 Redmond 

— Gussie V. clerk, h 149 Redmond 

— Minnie H. h 149 Redmond 

— ■ Theodore B. gardener, 149 Redmond, h do 
Wilson Asher, moving picture operator, h 10 Hassart 

— Charles, carpenter, h 31 Albany 

— Charles H. h 146 Townsend 

— Claude B. (J. Wilson & Son) h 136 Hamilton 

— Edward, clerk, h 51 Dennis 

— ■ Edward F. tiremaker, h 25 Prosper 

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Wilson Edwin W. bartender, h 149 Burnet 

— • Elizabeth C. h 274 Seaman 

— ■ Florence T. h 22 Bayard 

— • George, janitor N. B. Savings Inst, h 140 Albany 

— Grace, h 273 Redmond 

— John O. h 82 Neilson 

WILSON JOHN W. (N. B. Business College) h 177 Living- 
ston ave 

— Joseph (J. Wilson & Son) h 136 Hamilton 

— J. & Son (Joseph and Claude B.) cut glass mfrs. 3 Union 
— • Laura N. school teacher, h 22 Bayard 

— Martin, h 93 Church 

— Martin S. clerk, h 31 Codwise ave 

— Mary, einp J. & J. h 93 Church 

— Mary J. widow John, h 31 Codwise ave 

— Raymond, civil engineer, h 42 Bayard 

— Ravmond P. asst. Josiah Tice, h E. Millstone 

WILSON R. VAN ZANDT, plumber, 169 Neilson, h 22 Bayard 

— Sarah, widow Charles, h 10 Hassart 

— Sarah H. h 31 Codwise ave 
— 'Thomas, laborer, h 51 Dennis 

— Thomas M. color mixer, h 374 George 
Winants Hall, Rutgers College Campus 

Winckler Andrew W. shipping clerk, h 13 Hardenbergh 

— Anetta E. librarian, h 13 Hardenbergh 

— Harry W. bill clerk, h 1 1 Hardenbergh 

— 'Nicholas S. bookkeeper, h 13 Hardenbergh 

Winders Charles W. livery stable. 241 Neilson, h ist ave. H. P. 

Winkler R. R. carpenter, 63 Dennis 

Winne Charles H. clerk, h 303 Townsend 

— Lansing F. clerk C. F. Jar Co. h 303 Townsend 
Winter Carl, h 63 Bartlett" 

— J. Calvin, linotype operator, h 251 George 
Winters H. H. cigars, 211 Neilson, h 291 Seaman 
Wipper Albrecht, h 89 Talmadge 

Wirth Nicholas, tailor, h 34 Richmond 

Wise Louis, machinist, h 2^)2 Neilson 

Wisheart James, emp J. & C. h 350 Handy 

Wissert William, emp l^ S. Rubber Co. h 190 Talmadge 

You arc protected against inferior quality and excessive prices when you 
make this store headquarters for 

DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES or PAINTS 
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Wissert William, plumber, h 47 Baldwin 
Witt Charles, machinist, h 74 Throop ave 

— Clayttis. bottler, h 98 Hale 

— George, h 74 Throop ave 

— George, prop. Schuyler Stables, 5 Schuyler, h 10 Bayard 

— Hubert A. fireman C. F. Jar Co. h 14 Carman 

— John, watchman, h 34 John 

— John I. policeman, h 87 Burnet 

— Lawrence, engineer C. F. Jar Co. h 14 Carman 

— Michael F. hostler, h 133 Handy 

Witte Joseph C. foreman J. & J. h 83 Remsen ave 

— Paul W. dyer, h 23 Courtlandt 
Wittig Fmma F. h 16 Hardenbergh 

— Fritz, shoes, h 16 Hardenbergh 

Wittkofsky Anna, emp cigar factory, h 70 Railroad ave 

— Ed^ward, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 70 Railroad ave 

— Frank, laborer, h 70 Railroad ave 

— Frederick, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h 70 Railroad ave 
WITTY WILLIAM C. carriage dealer and repairer, 25 Dennis, 

h 25 Richardson. See adv p xxix 
Wizer John, coachman, h 417 George 
Wobbe Bros. (Lester B. and Percy B.) wagon builders, John 

c Morris 
— ■ Emma, emp Hos. Co. h 38 New 

— Lester B. (Wobbe Bros.) h 50 Neilson 

— Mary A. widow Henry, h 38 New 

— Percy B. (Wobbe Bros.) h 38 New 
Woelz August, carpenter, h 7 Albany 

Woerner J. Fred (Market Square Hotel Stables) 17 Dennis 
Wogo Steve, laborer, h 29 Somerset 
Wolf Abraham, huckster, h 63 John ■ 

— Anton, farmer, h 223 Burnet 

Wolff Joseph, laborer, h 51 Railroad ave 

— r^tto, upholsterer, h 97 Seaman 

— Paul H. foreman U. S. Rubber Co. h 209 George 

— Rudolph A. F. machinist, h 280 Delevan 

— William A. F. clerk U. S. Rubber €0. h 147 Redmond 
WOLFSON'S A. SONS (William and Louis) merchant tailors, 

clothiers and men's outfitters, 328-330 Burnet 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 



OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

Prompt Service 
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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufactvirers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Wolfson Charles H. J. salesman, h 338 George 
WOLFSON LOUIS (A. Wolf son's Sons) h 338 George 
WOLFSON WILLIAM (A. Wolf son's Sons) h 338 George 

Wolpert William F. motorman, h Q7 Throop ave 
Wood Catharine M. (Aitken & Co.) h 66 Dennis 

— Chester W. mgr. Swift & Co. h 208 Redmond 

— Ethel A. school teacher, h 286 Redmond 

— Garetta B. widow Taylor, h 286 Redmond 

— John H. h 292 George 

— j. B. cashier N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co. h 66 Lawrence ave. H. P. 

— Lillian F. h 208 Redmond 
Woodbridge Anna D. h 121 Hamilton 

— Anna W. widow Samuef M. h 121 Hamilton 

— Caroline, h 121 Hamilton 

WOODBRIDGE FREEMAN (Woodbridge & March) h Somer- 
set opp Alexander 

WOODBRIDGE & MARCH (Freeman Woodbridge and Alfred 
S. March) attorneys and counselors-at-law, George c Pater- 
son. See professional card p 31 

Woodruff William, clerk, h 185 New 

Woods Catharine S. knitter, h 60 Welton 

— • Charles A. clerk, h 60 Welton 

— Ella M. winder, h 60 Welton 

— Eugene T. carpenter, h 60 Welton 

— Loretta C. knitter, h 60 Welton 

— Nellie, domestic, h 5 Schureman 

— Vincent J. cigarmaker, h 60 Welton 
Woodson Robert, driver, h 8 Brown 
Woolcocks Isabel, widow, h 62 John 
Woolsey Alice, widow William, h ti Drift 

— Alice A. domestic, h 11 Drift 

— Charles A. steward Union Club, h 354 George 

— Frank, h ii Drift 

Woolworth F. W. & Co. 5c. and loc. store, 34 Church. James 

Shaw, mgr. 
Worle Charles R. cigars, 142 Church, h do 

— Walter, blockcutter. h 168 Somerset 
Wortman John, h 6q Schureman 

— Rita Mrs. h 273 George 



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Wray Angie, teacher, h 98 Suydam 

— Annie V. h 98 Suydam 

— Daniel J. h 98 Suydam 

— (Elizabetli) Memorial Sunday School (Undenominational) 

Burnet c Lock ave 

— Permelia E. teacher, h 98 Suydam 

— Sarah E. widow John H. h 98 Suydam 
Wright Alfred, carpenter, h 146 Paterson 

— Belle S. h 265 George 

— Elizabeth D. h 265 George 

— Emma, h 342 Delevan 

— Fannie, h 342 Delevan 

— George, emp J. & J. h 45 Throop ave 

— Herold, bookkeeper, h 112 Bayard 

— James, hodcarrier, h 149 Baldwin 

— James, policeman, h 45 Throop ave 

— John R. shoe cutter, h 134 George 

— Josephine, h 1 1 1 Throop ave 

WRIGHT J. BROGNARB, real estate and insurance, 355 
Georg^e, h 265 do. See adv p xvii 

— Lemuel, collector D. & R. Canal, h Trenton, N. J. 

— Lester C. emp P. R. R. h 265 George 

— Lillian, clerk, h iii Throop ave 

— Lizzie A. widow Albert M. h 202 Handy 

— Mary G. widow Arthur, h 127 Commercial ave 

— Misses The, h 137 Commercial ave 

WRIGHT PASCAL L. architect and builder, 74 Jersey ave 

— Pascal L. jr. clerk, h 74 Jersey ave 

— Peter C. h 1 1 1 Throop ave 

— Ralph G. prof. Rutgers College, h The Bayard 

Wuesl William, pres. N. B. Tile Co. h Fourth ave nr Raritan 

ave. H. P. 
Wyche Benjamin F. h 181 Handy 
Wyckoff Albert L. rec. teller People's Nat. Bank, h Newark 

— Annie L. h 278 George 

— Catharine L. h 144 Welton 

WYCKOFF EDWARD B. asst. sec. and treas. New Brunswick 

Fire Ins. Co. h 30 Paterson 
— • Elmer E. salesman, h 235 Livingston ave 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ®. Talmadge Si. 



General GoniraGior 

Carting, Grading. Excavating 
Building Moving. Telephone 



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Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage LoaLns 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Wyckoff Harry B. h 25 Richardson 

— Jacob, note teller, h 103 Bayard 

— John H. carpenter, h 25 Richardson 

— P. Hampton, h 278 George 

Wylie Samuel F. mgr. Kilbourn Knitting Machine Co. h 241 
Livingston ave 

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Yackey John, supt. h 220 Easton ave 

Yafife Philip, junk, 22 New, h do 

Yahn Cornelia, widow William, h 62 Neilson 

— Florence, enip Hos. Co. h 62 Neilson 

— Gertrude, emp J. & J. h loi Commercial ave 

— John, laborer, h 19 Jones ave 

— John, rubberworker, h 99 Commercial ave 

— Sadie, emp J. & J. h loi Commercial ave 
Yancey, Boyd, driver, h 95 Delevan 

Yarn Cornelia, widow William, h 62 Neilson 

— Florence, buttonholemaker, h 62 Neilson 
Yarosh Michael, laborer, h 394 Sandford 
Yates CKarles M. student, h 235 Hamilton 

— Marie A. h 235 Hamilton 

— Mary W. dressmaker, 235 Hamilton 
Yeagher John H. electrician, h 102 Baldwin 

— Nicholas, mason's helper, h 102 Baldwin 
Yetman Alfred H. emp Fleschman's, h 46 Wyckoff 
Yonker George, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h -jj Throop ave 
YORSTON ALFRED, supt. Elmwood Cemetery Association, h 

Georges rd 
YORSTON FRANCIS M. sec. N. B. Board of Trade, h 14 Grant 

ave. H. P. 
Yoskey George, laborer, h 12 Catharine 
Youse Bessie, librarian, h 149 Bayard 

— Theodore, clerk, h 149 Bayard 

Young Bessie H. stenographer, h 15 Hardenbergh 
Young Eberhardt, h 140 Delevan 

— Eberhardt jr. emp Hos. Co. h 140 Delevan 

— Elizabeth, widow Anthony, h 34 Washington 



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Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 

Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 

Business Opportunities Appraisals 

413 GEORGE ST. Phone 695 



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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



Young Frank (Young & Son) h 185 French 

— Frank jr. (Young & Son) h 185 French 

— Henry C. foreman, h 232 George 

— John, emp J. & J. h 13 Hassart 

— Joseph, h 140 Delevan 

— Margaret T. h 131 Somerset 

— Peter, h 135 Easton ave 

YOUNG P. J. (P. J. Young Dry Goods Co.) h 64 College ave 
YOUNG P. J. i)RY GOODS CO. (P. J. Young) George c Pater- 
son. See adv side lines 

— Sarah J. widow, h 15 Hardenbergh 

— WilHam, grocer, 2 Prospect, h do 

Young & Son (Frank and Frank jr.) saloon, 185 French 
Yuhose Sophia, h 8 Catharine 

— Vincent, laborer, h 8 Catharine 
Yuill Alexander, blockcutter, h 130 New 

— William, student, h 130 New 
Yunger Francis J. student, h 26 John 

— Mary, widow Francis, h 26 John 



Zack Abram, painter, 103 Throop ave. h do 
Zadany Charles, baker, 126 Church, h do 
Zahn Andrew, grocer, 26 Richmond, h do 

— Andrew jr. bookkeeper, h 26 Richmond 

— Frank L. printer, 12 Dennis 

— William R. physician, h Rutgers nr Livingston ave 
Zaiff H. butcher, 221 Burnet, h 150 do 

Zaravs Louis, pool, h 7 Sicard 

Zawizc George, laborer, h 24 Prospect 

Zeigler Louise, shoe vamper, h 183 New 

Zerche William F. asst. supervisor P. R. R. h 103 Bayard 

Zerfing Henry F. dentist, 359 George, h 57 Morris 

Zeta Psi House, 18 College ave 

Ziegler Frank, treas. Jarrard Needle Wks. h 124 Neilson 

— George, driver, h 124 Neilson 

— ^ Jacob, upholsterer, 124 Neilson, h do 



IF YOU ARE 
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SHOES, Comparison will force you 
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BEAM (t CLARE, 362 Georj(e Si. 



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BEARS BROS. 

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NEW BRUNSWICK CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Ziegler Rose, h 124 Neilson 

Zierer Annie, widow Albert, h 91 Baldwin 

— • Mary, emp cigar factory, h 91 Baldwin 

— Theresa, widow Lawrence, h 91 Baldwin 
Zimmerly Charles H. painter, h 146 Burnet 
ZIMMERMAN B. MRS. saloon and bottler, 232-236 Buraet, h 

235 George. See adv p xxvii 

— Charles H. emp P. R. R. h 145 Welton 
ZIMMERMAN HENRY B. human hair goods, 44 Church, h 42 

do. See adv p xviii 

— John, emp J. & C. h 16 Scott 

— John J. telegrapher, h 234 Burnet 

— Louis J. bottler, h 31 Hassart 

— Martin, butcher, h 19 New 

— Martin J. driver, h 45 Hassart 

ZIMMERMAN SEBASTIAN, barber, and canary birds, 381 

George, h 145 Welton 
— • Sebastian F. clerk P. O. h 84 Delevan 
Zogg John G. steamfitter, h 126 Remsen ave 

— John M. emp Milltown, h 126 Remsen ave 

— WilHam, painter, h 122 Remsen ave 
ZoUer Joseph, saloon, 28 Peace, h do 

— Lambert, saloon, 139 French, h do 
Zotti Tony, tailor, 166 Throop ave 
Zsakais Joseph, laborer, h 52 Water 
Zsuppan Paul, grocer, 244 Neilson, h do 
Zuneno Frank, fruits, 306 Burnet, h 4 Hiram 
Zuppan Frank, laborer, h 36 Railroad ave 



N6W Brunswick GaraoG 



JOHN WEICEL, Jr., Prop. 

144.146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

flgent tor Chalmers- Detroit Automobiles. 



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Excellent Facilities for 
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|«^ Reaches ■ | 6,000 1 I Homes 

Dfliuy Home Ntws 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium In Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

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NEW BRUNSWICK 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

JOHNSON E. P. Easton ave. R. F. D. No. 6 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS. 

HAMLIN & MORRIS, Forrest Bldg. Phila. (See front cover) 

APRON MANUFACTURERS. 

Barkelew J. M. & Co. Welton nr Remsen ave 

ARCHITECTS. 

Blish J. Arthur, 363 George 
DeHart Stephen H. 291 Redmond 
MERCHANT & BOYLAN, 349 George 
PARSELL GEORGE K. 363 George 
WILLIAMSON DOUWE D. 413 George 
WRIGHT PASCAL L. 74 Jersey ave 

ARTISTS. 

Nichols Melvin, Scully Bldg. South Amljoy 
Tennyson Mary G. 232 Somerset 

'"-rMrCenJ!:.'.''"' Droos and Medicines 

at MONIGAN'S PHARMACY, 

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ASH SIFTERS (MFRS. OF). 

I X L Ash Sifter Co. 298 Burnet 

ASPHALT. 

Manville John Co. Raritan nr Ridgeway ave. South Amboy 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Hope Lewis R. 389 George 
WilHamson M. L. 393 George 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AND SUPPLIES. 

MIDDLESEX MOTOR CO 95-99 Carroll pi 
NEW BRUNSWICK GARAGE, 144-146 Church 
SAUNDERS' GARAGE, 95-99 Carroll pi 

AUTOMOBILE GARAGES. 

ALMOND AUTOMOBILE CO. Middlesex ave. Metuchen 
GRAND CENTRAL STABLES, 08-70 Albany 
MIDDLESEX TRANSPORTATION CO. 86-90 Albany 
New Brunswick Garage, 146 Church 
Potter Frederick J. 18 Harvey 
Saunders' Garage, 95-99 Carroll pi 

AUTOMOBILE REPAIRERS. 

ALMOND AUTOMOBILE CO Middlesex ave. Metuchen . 

AWNING MAKERS. 

Fuhon William, 105 Burnet 

AWNING MAKERS' SUPPLIES. 

HUMPHRYS' R. A. SONS, 1021-23 CaJlowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

BAKERS. 



Antonelli Caesar, 32 Easton ave 
Bauer August, 118 Easton ave 
Brogley Bros. 40 Hiram 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. \ard. 

l'.Tr&tL BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Caffera Antonio, i8i Remsen ave 

Darmstadt Philip, 204 George 

Eisele Gottlieb, George c Reid, South River 

Faraci Guiseppe, 179 Remsen ave 

Feiler William, 216 Burnet 

GRAHAM & McCORMICK, 74-76 Church 

Hansen Rudolph F. Main nr Reid, South River 

Kalfen Louis, 144 Burnet 

Knoll John H. 176 Easton ave 

Kurtz Jacob, 92 John, South Amboy 

Lepost Nicholas, 120 Somerset 

Leppert Aaron, 10 1 French 

Lucitt John, 126 Broadway, South Amboy 

Mark William A. Gordon nr Washington, South River 

Moigira Frank, Whitehead ave nr Livingston, South River 

O'Brien Michael P. 191 Broadway, South Amboy 

Rehfuss Christian, 147 Broadway, South Amboy 

Ruckle William H. loi Neilson 

Schelich Joseph, 94 Throop ave 

Schussler's, 378 George 

Schwartz Joseph, Obert nr Main, South River 

Scott Smith, 2 Railroad ave 

SCOTT WILLIAM A. 6 Bayard 

Wieda John, 163 Neilson 

Wieland Adam, 76 Remsen ave 

Zadany Charles, 126 Church 



Bohn's, 7 Delafield 



BANDS. 



BANKS. 



First National, 159 Broadway, South Amboy 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH RIVER, Main c 

Reid, South River 
NATIONAL BANK OF NEW JERSEY, Neilson c Church 

and George c Church 
NEW BRUNSWICK SAVINGS INSTITUTION, George c 

Church 
NEW BRUNSWICK TRUST CO 352 George 
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK, George c Church 



SftUNDER'S GrtRflGB 



Charging, Storage, 
Repairs, Sundries 
Supplies 

95^97-99 Carroll Placs Gor 



Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
Oasollne, Electric. 

Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 
George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



BARBERS. 

Albert Frank, 126 Easton ave 

Amereske Martin, Main nr Reid, South River 

Amling Joseph, John nr Pine ave. South Amboy 

Anderson Joseph A. 405 George 

Balajthy Kahiian, 97 French 

Boettigheimer Rudolph, 108 French 

Boorman Frederick, 368 George 

Boorman Paul, 102 trench 

Brady James F. 169 Broadway, South Amboy 

Brennan Peter F. Broadway c Henry, South Amboy 

Bruck Philip, ^;^ Burnet 

Cantore Nicholas, 95 Remsen ave 

Coleman Frank G. 31 Bayard 

Credico Leon N. 152 Broadway, South Amboy 

Davis John, 281 Burnet 

DeMun Charles, 43^/2 Easton ave 

Donnelly John J. jr. 33 Guilden 

Dunn John A. iii Burnet 

Ferguson George W. 189 Burnet 

Freehan Charles, Main nr Reid, South River 

Glauer George S. David nr Broadway, South Amboy 

Gray James B. 26 French 

HiU William H. 150 French 

Jensen Christian, 79 Throop ave 

Jerome Joseph, 5 Conover, South Amboy 

Jones John A. Broadway c John, South Amboy 

Kohlepp William H. 146 Neilson 

Kransz Samuel. 249 Neilson 

LANDMESSER FREDERICK A. 65 Albany 

Latham Frank E. 99 Albany 

Leitheiser Louis A. 44 Paterson 

Marsh Thomas, i Schuyler 

Miller Henry, Augusta nr Broadway, South Amboy 

Parker James F. 104 Remsen ave 

Pellicani Angelo, 288 Suydam 

Plasch Joseph, 17 Easton ave 

Reinhardt John, Causeway nr Water, South River 

The GOOAj^ Ai\na Held, Large Size 

5C. Cigars^ !->**>« continental, Snvall Size 

'VOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



"We Make Quick Sales. Why? "We Have the Bargains 

Hull!isti&Wlilt!i6ld,.rJc?^™rs 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

THEY SELL OAS MACHINES TOO 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Richter Conrad jr. 361 Georg-e 

Rosa Paul O. 260 Burnet 

Rosenberger John M. 49 Dennis 

Rupert John H. 227 Neilson 

Sanfedele Emil, 143 Church 

Sanso James V. 240 Broadway, South Amboy 

Seele Joseph O. 40 Church 

Shrader Henry A. 321 George 

Sprague Charles E. 40 First, South Amboy 

Torrisi Thomas, 289 George 

Toskas Antonio, 65 Hiram 

Tracy Michael J. 106 Neilson 

Troisi Nicholas, 134 Remsen ave 

Vertucci Michael, 53' Hassart 

Waters John J. 47 Peace 

Weiss Adam, Ferry nr Washington, South River 

ZIMMERMAN SEBASTIAN, 381 George 

BEEF SLICING MACHINES. 

JOHNSON ALFRED W. 243 Burnet 

BELL HANGING SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

BICYCLES. 

Mechanik Philip, 206 Neilson 
MIDDLESEX MOTOR CO. 95-99 Carroll pi 
Roth W. S. Main nr Thomas, South River 
SAUNDERS' GARAGE, 95-99 Carroll pi 

BILL POSTERS. 

NEW BRUNSWICK BILLPOSTING CO. 67 Schureman 



BIRD DEALER. 

ZIMMERMAN SEBASTIAN, 381 George 



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CARPENTER 

and BUILDER 
Jobbing Promptly Attended To 
3hop: 2I4Sandford St. Residence: l57Codwise Ave. 



PAUL F. WILLIAMS 
Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 

Insurance and Investments. Collections of Etfery Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 GEORGE STREET 'PHONE 695 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



BLACKSMITHS. 

ALMOND JOHN J. Middlesex ave. Metuchen 

Applegate Clarence E. 8i Bordentown ave. South Amboy 

Armstrong & Ozenbaugh, 12 Richmond 

Bowne J. Conover, Gordon c Washington, South River 

Coombs Charles R. Main nr Gordon, South River 

Dalrymple William., Bordentown ave. ab. Stevens ave. South 

Amboy 
DeVoe Nelson, main nr Gordon, South River 
Donnelly Francis I. 152 Neilson 
Farley P. J. & Sons, 76 Burnet 
Hansen George, 36 Richmond 

Kelch William, Whitehead ave. nr Levinson ave. South River 
M'ayerowitz Morris, 16 Dennis 
Moiyneux John, 25 Water 

Morgan John H. Reid opp George, South River 
Murray Patrick J. City Alley nr Somerset 
O'Rourke Alfred O. Peace nr Albany 
Reed Benjamin, 128 Burnet 
ROSNER & SON, 144-46 Commercial ave 
Shapiro Louis, 20 New 
Smith John L. 224 Neilson 
Smith btto H. 12 Harvey 

BLACKSMITHS' SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

BLUEING MANUFACTURERS. 

Reckitt's (U. S. A.) Ltd. Georges rd and Sandford 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Bayard (The) Elm Row c Bayard 
Becker Rita Mrs. 100 Bayard 
Clarke Jane, 127 Neilson 
Connors Jennie, 85 Albany 
Dalrymple Hannah Mrs. 78 Bayard 
Dougherty Mary E. 181 Albany 

kVuDGEgF SHOES, Comparison will force you 



to buy your Shoes of us. 



BEAM <a CLARE, 362 George St. 



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Ladies' Garments 



For Your Most 

UP-TO-DATE 

BEARS BROS. 

19 Peace St. Tel. 143-R 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Garrity Winifred, 31 Albany 

Gray Margaret, 307 Suydam 

Hall Anna E. 114 Bayard 

Hammell Cornelia, 86 Commercial ave 

Hardenburg- Catharine, 422 George 

Heil Elizabeth, 94 Paterson 

Humphry Jennie Mrs. 307 George 

Tefferies Jennie M. 183 Easton ave 

Kozer Theresa, 7 Harvey 

Mathis Elizabeth A. 127 Paterson 

Meseroll Sarah, 278 Handy 

Nimpsch Louise, 252 David, South Amboy 

O'Toole Sarah H. 15 John, South Amboy 

Shann Ellena, 350 George 

Simmons Marie W. Mrs. 7 Morris 

Stevens Annie Mrs. 56 New 

Trainor Alice, 437 George 

Turton Robena A. 108 Bayard 

Ur Lizzie, 83 French 

Vossler Henrietta, 207 New 

Waelde Mary, 81 Albany 

Weldv Phoebe F. 301 George 

Wortley Thomfis Mrs. 119 Augusta, South Amboy 

BOAT BUILDERS. 

Abramson Leonard, Cedar ave. Highland Park 

Booraem Bros. ft. Reid, South Amboy 

Wheeler Bros. Rosewell opp John, South Amboy 

BOILER MAKERS. 

Prospect Boiler Co. Codwise ave. c Powers 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Reed William R. 380 George 
SETFFERT BROS, go De nnis 

New Brunswick Garaoels^ 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr.. Prop. De'"frtmenUn Cn,?/ e 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. off'pirsTaasTMechan^ 

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BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. 



Archer James B. 17 Peace 

BEAM & CLARE, 362 George 

Blumentlial Benjamin, 7 Hiram 

Elfant Benjamin, 25 Hiram 

Hannah Bros. 44 Hiram 

Hanover Shoe Co. 377 George 

HARDING & MANSFIELD, 9 Peace 

JOHNSON J. ALFRED, 130 Broadway, South Amboy 

Kaufman A. L. 154 Broadway, South Amboy 

King George, 31 Church 

MARCH JOSEPH H. 22 Church 

Marks Shoe Store, Ferry c Klauser's la. South Amboy 

Randolph Dunham F. 39 Church 

Stuart Charles W. 192 Broadway, South Amboy 

Waldorf Shoe Store, 7 Church 

WOLF H. & CO. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. 

Batello Thomas, Main nr Thomas, South River 

Bernstein Joseph, 219 Burnet 

Bruno Alfio, 53^^ Throop ave 

Bunting Daniel, 47 First, South Amboy 

Carmelo Canneo, 31 Bayard 

Chibboro Matteo, 170 Remsen ave 

Cohen Abraham, Broadway nr Henry, South Amiboy 

Costo Morris, 193 Easton ave 

Donofrio Frank, 115 Remsen ave 

Eberwein Charles, Ferry nr Washington, South River 

Federico Guiseppo, 163 George 

Firman Louis, 326 Burnet 

Friedman Isaac, 173 Burnet 

Geipel Adam, 50 New , * 

Goldman Max, 97 x\lbany ' ' - 

Goldstein Jacob, 221 Henry, South Amboy 

Gravino Jeremiah, 149 Neilson "^ 

Grober Wendel. 33 John 

Hotz Nathan, 23.S Burnet 

LYONS 6c Pf\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



|i^ Reaches | | 6,00O ■ I Homes 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
Nevr Jersey . . 



Kulis Martin, Main nr Reid, South River 

LaSola & La Rosa, 148 French 

Lomibardo Dominick, 4 Codwise ave 

Lozo John, 73 French 

Magarci Antony, 128 Church 

Mano George, 126 Burnet 

Mauro Joseph, 39 Codwise ave 

Nicorvo Antonio, 120 Henry, South Amboy 

Nicorvo Christ, 30 First, South Amboy 

Ochs John, 83 Throop ave 

Pisfoeme Samuel, Bristol c Delafield 

Quad Christian F. 56 Dennis 

Raciti Frank, 145 Paterson 

Rahon Frank, 127 Easton ave 

Ranta Tony, 72 Carroll pi 

Roehrich Matthias. 134 Neilson 

Romeo Rosario, Bordentown ave. nr Pine ave. South Amboy 

Russo Alphonso. 114K' Somerset 

Santo Antonio, 9 Sicard 

Sarrentino Joseph, 107 Broadway, South Amboy 

Schneider George, 52 Easton ave 

Schwartz Max, 7 Easton ave 

Seng Anna, 48 Easton ave 

Sorrentino Lazero, Augusta nr Broadway, South Amboy 

Tenerell Thomas, 158 Throop ave 

Thomasell Luigi, 37^ Peace 

Torrisi Rosario, 289 George 

BOOT BLACKS. 

Esposito Louis, 374 George 
Fernandino Mike, 356 George 
Konstantakos George, 124 Albany 
Skourlas John, 427 George 
V'anderveer Howard, 379 George 

BOTTLERS. 

BTSSETT FORMA N C. Whitehead ave. opp Railroad depot. 

South River 
Fazekas Charles, 240 Neilson 





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can be used in the place of all other kinds of 
3PQ-j-^ plasters for strengthening, or relieving' pain. 
"Give Quicker and Better Effects than Any Other I*lake." 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Giishue N. T. 87 David, South Amboy 

HADKINS'BOTTLING CO. 138 Paterson 

HOME BREWING CO. Offices, Newark, N. J. Branches: 

Perth x\mboy. South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, 

Carteret and South River 
Stamm William, 154 Throop ave 
STAMM & HOLZWORTH, 227 George 
Starkey Selo M. 269 Comstock 
ZIMMERMAN B. MRS. 232-236 Burnet 

BOWLING ALLEYS. 

BELLOFE JOHN C. 11 Albany 

Emiliiussen Sigvard, Broadway c First, South Amboy 
WASHINGTON HOTEL, Main. South River 
GRAHAM & McCORMICK, 76 Church 
KLEIN'S, Albany c Peace 

BREWERS. 

HOME BREWING CO. Offices. Newark, N. J. Branches : 
Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, 
Carteret and South River 

NEW BRUNSWICK BREWING CO. Highland Park 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

American Enamel Brick and Tile Co. R. R. Railroad and 

Whitehead ave. South River 
Bissett James, Whitehead ave. nr City limiits. South River 
New York Silica Brick Co. Whitehead ave. nr City limits, 

South River 
Pettit & Co. Millers rd. South River 
Sayre & Fisher Co. Sayreville 
South River Brick Co. Reid ab George, South River 

BRICKLAYERS. 

Downs Thomas, 6 Stockton, South Amboy 
BROKERS (STOCK). 

Smith William B. & Co. Viehmann Building 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SrK''\)ffi;& BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 
BUILDING MATERIALS. 

BUTTLER HOWARD V. & CO. 75 John 

Clayton Nathan W. Willets ave. nr Division, South River 

MIDDLESEX SUPPLY CO. 16-18 Richmond and Water 

and P. R. R. 
ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 181 Burnet 

BUILDINGS. 

Aurora Buiilding, 32 Albany 

Bartle Building, 86 Church 

Kent Building, 389 George 

King Block, 312-22 Burnet 

Morrison Building, 46-48 Paterson 

New Brunswick Fire Insurance Building, 40 Paterson 

Parisen Building, 176 Broadway, South Amboy 

Parker Building, 379-81 George 

People's National Bank Building, 383 George 

Post Office, 155 Broadway, South Amboy 

Schenck A. V. Building, 41-43 Paterson 

Scully Building, Stevens ave. nr David, South Amboy 

Times Building, 203 Neilson 

V^iehmann Building, 360-366 George 

BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

NEW BRUNSWICK BUSINESS COLLEGE, 380 George 

BUTCHERS. 

Bai.ir Bros. 356 Seaman 

Baier George F. 93 Albany 

Berlineke Ernest. 201 Burnet 

BISSETT ASHER W. Mam c Ferry, South River 

Boudinot Watson H. 64 TIaram 

Daly John H. 206 Suydam 

Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
Gasoline. Electric, 
Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 

95-97-99 Carroll Place Cor. George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

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Factory: Remsen Ave. and Powers Street. Office : 18-20 Drift Street 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



DEINZER FRANK G. Raritan ave. c First ave. Highland 

Park 
Deinzer William G. 153 Neilson 
Donahue George H. 45 Throop ave 
Edgar Bros. New c Cod wise ave. and 155 Hamiilton 
Eulner Herman, Washington nr Ferry, South River 
t^aub William, 134-136 Easton ave 
Harris John H. 103 Easton ave 
Heary Philip F. 344 Handy 
Hon^arth Louis M. 13 Plum 
Jones John W. 8 French 

kirsten Carl G. Main nr Obert, South River 
Kivilinski S. Pine ave nr David, South Amboy 
Kovacs Joseph, 115 French 
Krohn & Keszler, 184 Burnet 
Lins Adam P. 73 Throop ave 

McCloud Richard jr. 197 Broadway. South Amboy 
Meserole William H. 100 Remsen ave 
MILLER FREDERICK, French c Bayard 
■\Tonaghan James, 113 David, South Amboy 
Oehninger John, 147 Easton ave 
O'Hara James F. 224 George 
Paulus Charles, 52 Hiram 
Racz James, 79 French 
Rampone Vincent, T45 Remsen ave 
Reng lohn, 59 Hiram 
Rotii & Co. 38 Church 
Schwatzman Jacob, 220 Burnet 

Schemik lohn. Whitehead ave. nr ArmiStrong ave. South River 
Schmidt Valentine. 31 Easton ave 
Snyder Joseph, 57 Albany 

Straub Christian. 174. Broadway. South Amboy 
Straub Gottlieb. 228 Broadway. South Amboy 
Straub G. t6o Broadway, South Amboy 
Tveretsky Isaac. 258 Burnet 
Van Pelt Tohn D. T4T Church 
"v'eretckv Isaac, 2^8 Burnet 

Watts Samuel. Obert c Washington. South River 
ZnifF H. ooy Burnet 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ft Talmadge St. 



General Goniracior 

Carting, Grading, Excavating 
Building IVIoving. Telephone 



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Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage Loa^ns 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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BUTCHERS (WHOLESALE). 

Armour & Co. 56 French 
Swift & Co. 122 Paterson 

BUTTER, ETC. 

Feller Meyer, 142 Burnet 

BUTTON MANUFACTURERS. 

Jane way Button Co. CourtLandt c Guilden 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Bergmann Albert, 205 Burnet 

CAFES. 

LITTLE GERMAN CAFE, 79 Albany 
SCHEIDIG LEONARD, 135 Albany 
SCHUCK OTTO L. 412 George 

CANAL COMPANY. 

Delaware and Raritan Canal Office, Outlet Lock 

CANDY STORES. 

(See also Confectioners.) 

Hennessy Julia C. 85 Burnet 
Patterson E. J. 299 George 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

Biles Edwin M. 67 Schureman 

Board Lewis, 120 Easton ave 

Britton Israel, 176 Baldwin 

Brower Joseph F. 240 George 

Compton Jonathan, 99 Bordentown ave. South Amboy 

CONVViAY MARTIN R. M. off Raritan ave. Highland Park. 

R. F. D. No. I 
Disbrow Warren, 67 Bordentown ave. South Amboy 



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Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 



Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 
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Hardy Edwin, 285 Seaman 

Hartman Theodore W. 330 Suydam 

Hendricks Charles S. 136 Townsend 

HORNER AARON E. Shop, 216 Sandford. Office, 157 

Codwise ave 
EEARY WILLIAM E. 299 Powers 
LINDNER OTTO F. Montgomery nr Third ave. H. P. 
McGovern & Hillman, 131 French 
MANLEY ANDREW T. 12 Easton ave 
MESSEROLL CHARLES H. Raritan ave. c Second ave. 

H. P. 
IMiindy Oscar M. 99 Catharine, South Amboy 
ODTCALT JACOB V. Drift c Townsend 
Outcalt John V. 148 Jones ave 
Peppier Walter B. 83 George, South Amboy 
RULE GEORGE B. 71 John 
Schmit Charles, 393 Sandford 

Simoneit Edward, Pine ave. c Gordon, South Amboy 
Storer John W. 14 James 

TAYLOR WILLIAM L. Dennison nr Third ave. H. P. 
A'OORHEES ABRAM, 271 Handy 
Whittlesey Watson, Harrison ave. c Highland ave. H. P. 
Winkler R. R. 63 Dennis 
Wright Marcus, Main nr Gordon, South River 

CARPENTERS' AND MASONS' MATERIALS. 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 181 Burnet 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

CARPET WEAVERS. 

Farmer Edwin, Reid opp, Thomas, South River 
Rogers Robert R. 53 First, South Amboy 

CARRIAGE BUILDERS. 

DAIRE & SON, 20 Bayard 

DeHart Abram, 10 Spring 

ROSNER & SON, 144-46 Commercial ave 

WITTY WILLIAM C. 25 Dennis 

The HURLEY SHOE for MEN at $5.00 

Is the BEST SHOE Proposition for the 
price ever built out of shoe Jeather 

BEAM ®. CLARE, 362 George Si. 



LADIES' or MEN'S CLOTHING at 



The Most Up.to-Dateat 
Popular Prices. Either 

Bears Bros ^^ peace street, 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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CARRIAGE DEALERS. 

DAIRE & SON, 20 Bayard 
WITTY WILLIAM C. 25 Dennis 

CARRIAGE HARDWARE. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

CARRIAGE HARDWARE AND MATERIALS. 
WITTY WILLIAM C. 25 Dennis 

CARRIAGE PAINTERS. 

SHUCK S. J. & SO'NS, 10 Spring 
WITTY WILLIAM C. 25 Dennis 

CATERERS. 

GRAHAM & McCORMICK, 74-76 Church 
SCHUSSLER'S, 378 George 

CATTLE DEALERS. 

Bowman Abraham, 159 Burnet 
Glazer Hyman, 29 Schu reman 

CEMENT BLOCKS. 

Safran & Rue, Eelkis c Washington ave. South Amboy 
CEMENT SIDEWALKS. 

ARTIFICIAL STONE PAVEMENT CO. 345 Townsend 
and Codwise ave. c Seaman 

CEMETERIES. 

Christ Church Cemetery, Pine ave and city Hmits, So. Amboy 
ELMWOOD CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, hd Commer- 
cial ave 
EVERGREEN CEMETERY, 381 George and Georges rd 

and Commercial ave 
Monumental Cemetery, Willets ave. and Division South River 
St. Mary's, Washington ave. nr Elm, South Amboy 
St. Peter's Cemetery, Somerset c French 



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the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
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CHAIR CANER. 

Obey Fields, 46 New 

CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS. 

New Brunswick Chemical Co. (The) Georges rd and Allen's 

lane 
Squibb A. R. Co. Georges rd and R. R. Railroad 

CHEMISTS (ANALYTICAL). 

HA^ILIN & MORRISON, Forrest Bldg. Phila. Pa. 

CHEMISTS (ANALYTICAL AND CONSULTING). 

VOORHEES LOUIS A. iii Carroll pi 

CHEMISTS (MANUFACTURING). 

Grodotzke Elmer G. 58 Lee ave 

JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Neilson ab Hamilton 

LAKE CHEMICAL CO. iii Carroll pi 

Rust Pharmacal Co. (The) 360 George 

Rust William & Sons Co. Bethany nr French 

CHINA AND GLASS. 

Rowland William, 3 Paterson Block 

CHIROPODISTS. 

Lyons Annie E. 414 George 

CIGAR AND TOBACCO DEALERS. 

(Wholesale.) 

NEW JERSEY TOBACCO CO. 30-32 Albany 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Abrams Harry, 234 Hamilton 

Benz Philip, 62 Albany 

BESCHEN CHARLES, 250 Burnet 

BING & DE ARMAS, 370 George 

LYONS Sc Pf\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 




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every week day. 

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Meyers Philip A. 34 Bayard 

NEW BRUNSWICK CIGAR CO. Somerset opp Prospect 

Offenburger Cassimir jr. Obert nr Jackson, South Amboy 

Schlesing-er Frank, 105 Church 

SCHWARTZ HERMAN, 8 Peace 

Solomon Harry, 435 George 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

Bedford C. Elmer, 6 French 

BESCHEN CHARLES, 250 Burnet 

BING & DE ARMAS, 370 George 

BISSETT ASHER W. Main c Ferry, South River 

Davison George H. 144 French 

Deak Joseph, Prospect c Florence, South River 

De Camip Lemma, 136 Church 

Dodge Daniel L. 327 George 

Eisenstadt Joseph, Whitehead ave. nr Herman, South River 

Esposito Louis, 374 George 

Finnegan Edward, 204 Easton ave 

Hering Richard, Whitehead ave. nr Division, South River 

Julian Milton, 8 Church 

KUPIN GEORGE J. 379 George 

Kuhn George J. jr. 356 George 

Landmesser Charles, 6^, Albany 

L<audenburg Michael, 274 Burnet 

Leahey James F. 93 First, South Amboy 

McCaffrey John F. 12 Jersey ave 

McCauley Tunis, 40 Throop ave 

McGovern William F. 78 Albany 

Miller William H. 156 Neilson 

Morris William G. 109 Throop ave 

New William, 71 Throop ave 

NYITRAY & PO'KORNY, 85 French 

O'Connor James J. 186 Broadway, South Amboy 

Offenburger Cassimir. Ferry nr Washington, South River 

Rebinowitz Benjamin, 237 Burnet 

SCHLESINGER FRANK, 105 Church 

Schneider Bros. 126 Albany 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

MONIGAN THE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Monlgan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 
'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monlgan's 

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Sule Frank, 261 Neilson 

Supp Joseph, 87 French 

Sutton Albert, 164 Easton ave 

Thompson John G. Ferry nr Washington, South River 

Winters H. H. 211 Neilson 

Worle Charles R. 142 Church 

CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

TICK JOSIAH, 92 Albany 

Atkinson Asher, 49 Mine 

Schneider Frederick C. Viehmann bldg. 

CLERGYMEN. 

Brady John F. Augusta nr Stevens ave. South Amiboy 

Campbell Alan D. 146 Livingston ave 

Czernecki Francis, Cedar nr Washington ave. South Amboy 

Devine James F. 56 Throop ave 

Dewald John A. 22 Morris 

Easton T. Chalmers, First ave. c Johnson, H. P. 

Cough James F. 94 Somerset 

Gyule Boczko, 8 Prospect 

Hamborszky Paul F. B. 22 French 

Inwood Norman, Thomas nr George, South River 

Irwin Joseph Y. 61 Second, South Amboy 

Joyce E. B. 56 Bayard 

Kane George jr. 212 Broadway, South Amboy 

Kern William J. Washington nr Gordon, South River 

Keuper Joseph F. 20 Neilson 

Knox William W. 58 Bayard 

Hutton Mancius H. 26 Union 

Marshall James W. 142 Livingston ave 

Miller Charles S. 120 John, South Amboy 

O'Grady John A. 94 Somerset 

Overhiser F. W. Main nr Jackson, South River 

Pearse Henry M. Main nr Broadway, South Amboy 

I'erlee Clarence M. 179 New 

Phelps Charles E. Cherry Lawn, CHfton ave 

Plowoski John, 94 Somerset 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

5»\>ff.vSls BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

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GRAHAM & McCORIVIICK 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Creuni ]>Ianufactvirers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Pockman P. Theodore, 219 Townsend 

Popoff Peter I. 56 John, South Amboy 

Qual Martin H. 261 Townsend 

Quinn Francis, 94 Somerset 

Ratner Samuel. 222 Burnet 

Roberts Robert W. 280 Comstock 

Schenck Isaac S. 28 Paterson 

Sears Albert D. 55 Livingston ave 

Sloan Harold P. Main nr Thomas, South River 

Supinski John, Jackson, nr Ferry, South River 

Szabo Laslo, 96 French 

Szeneczey John N. 215 Somerset 

Uhl Frederick C. 22 Schuyler 

Urban Joseph, Cedar nr Washington ave. South Amboy 

Webb Norris E. 93 Main, South Amboy 

Whalen Edward J. Augusta fir Stevens ave. South Amboy 



CLOTHIERS. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 

BEARS BROS. 19 Peace 

Cohn Louis, 308 Burnet 

CORN THEODORE, 47 Church 

CRATER WALTER K. 96 Church 

Eisner Sigmund, Feltus c Main, South Amboy 

Green George, 156 Broadway, South Amboy 

Greenfield Louis, Main c Ferry, South River 

Jacob Bros. 11 Church 

Kabosky Andrew, 164 Broadway, South Amboy 

Levi Abraham, 302 Burnet 

LYONS & PARKER, 83 Church 

Marks M. 54 Church 

Shanholtz Joseph, 20 Hiram 

SPITZ SAMUEL, 43-45 Church 

Turner Irving I. 178 Broadway, South Amboy 

Van Doren William M. 207 Neilson 

WOLFSON'S A. SONS, 328-30 Burnet 

SfiuiHp's GftRrtGE, "'";:::f 5£::: 

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COAL BAGS. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

COAL DEALERS. 

Church Andrew S. Main nr Reid, South River 

COLLIER JOHN ICE AND COAL CO. 213-15 Burnet ' 

Dugan Thomas C. 16 New 

HIGHLAND PARK COAL YARD, Harrison ave c High- 
land ave. H. P. 

Littell H. D. Pine ave. c George, South Amboy 

NEW BRUNSWICK ICE CO. Georges rd and Raritan River 
R. R. and 389 George 

RARITAN COAL CO'. Commerce Square 

RUSSELL CHARLES W. French c Schuyler and 343 Corn- 
stock 

SCHLESINGER WILLIAM, i Water 

Ten Eyck William W. Harrison ave. c Highland ave. H. P. 

Tindell Edward, 267 Burnet 

WELSH PATRICK M. 239^^ Burnet 

COAL DEALERS (WHOLESALE). 

Ross Miles & Son, 383 George c Church 

COLOR MANUFACTURERS. 

Watson Frank E. 12 Condict 
WATSON J. D. & CO. 20 Water 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Fertig Meyer, 349 George 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 

Birmingham William, 158 Stevens, South Amboy 

Buckelew Charles S. Florence ave. c Bordentown ave. South 

Amboy 
Edgar James A. 349 George 

The GOOd^y^ Anna Held, Large Size 

5C. Cigars^ I-^^^Je continental, Small Size 

'FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



"We Make Quick Sales. "Why? "We Have the Bargains 

isp- Huiitisti & wtiitii6id,.r.a„r^™rs 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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JUDGE ROBERT P. Main nr Ferry, South River 
Mason Robert P. 42 First, South Amboy 
Simmons Charles F. Main nr Pierson, South River - 
Towle George C. 417 George 

CONCRETE BLOCKS. 

Duryea George V. 169 New 

Middlesex Hollow Concrete Building Block Co. 18-20 Drift 

CONFECTIONERS (RETAIL). 

Anderson Bessie, 37 Conover, South Amboy 

Babash T. & Sons, 128 Albany 

Baird DeWitt O. Ferry c Washington, South River 

Bedford C. Elmer, 6 French 

Benn Thomas, Augusta nr Pine ave. South Amboy 

Berk Josephine, 19 t Commercial ave 

BRUNS BROS. 71 Church 

Cheeseman George F. jr. 140 Broadway, South Amboy 

Emley Harry, Ferry nr Washington, South River 

Ginter Dora E. 114 Broadway, South Amboy 

GRAHAM & McCORMICK, 74-76 Church 

Tntemann J. C. 327 George 

Koop Frederick H. 37 Church 

Levenson Jacob, 272 Burnet 

I ott & Culver. Main nr Obert. South River 

Manahan William. Main nr Thomas, South River 

Meiner Samuel. 188 Burnet 

Mullen E. F. 146 Broadway, South Amboy 

O'Connor James J. 186 Broadway, South Amboy 

O'Toole Eugene. 152 Pine ave. South Amboy 

Reillv Michael A. Washington nr Elm. South Ambov 

SCHUSSL5:R'S, 378 George 

Serviss George H. Main nr Ferry, South River 

SOTIROPULOS GEORGE. 340 George 

Sullivan John, 149 Broadway, South Amboy 

Sullivan Michael J. 232 Broadway, South Amboy 

Updvke Enoch H. Gordon nr Washington, South River 



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442 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

CONFECTIONERS (WHOLESALE). 

Groben Peter P. 203 Townsend 
Wallach Moses, 36 Albany 

CONSTABLES AND COLLECTORS. 

Grover Charles W. 65 Schureman 

CONTRACTORS. 

BARNWELL RICHARD F. Fourth ave. nr Raritan ave. 
H. P. 

BERNHARDT JOHN F. 140 Ward c Lee ave and Tahnadge 

BOYLE JAMES, 105 Easton ave 

Brown Elmer R. 95 Second, South Amboy 

Collins James, 223 Henry, South Amboy 

Collins John, 338 Townsend 

CONWAY MARTIN R. M. off Raritan ave. H. P. limits, R. 
F. D. No. I 

CORNISH A. BARTON, Main opp P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 

Deats Thomas B. 155 New South Amboy 

Dunham George W. Washington nr Gordon, South River 

Dunn Isaac E. 167 New 

Eppinger Charles A. Reid nr George, South River 

Hardy Forman M. 53 Ray 

Hillman & McGovern, 131 French 

HORNER AARON E. Shop 216 Sandford; office 157 Cod- 
wise ave 

Hughes William R. 282 Redmond 

Hunt Douglas, ft. Catharine, South Amboy 

Jelin Abraham, 391 George 

Kelly & Son, 39 Stone 

KERWIN JOHN F. & CO. 46-48 Paterson 

Kinney Peter F. 39 Wyckoff 

LEARY WILLIAM E. 209 Powers 

LINDNER OTTO F. Montgomery nr Third ave. H. P. 

McGovern John F. 131 French 

MANLEY ANDREW T. 12 Easton ave 

MESSEROLL CHARLES LI. Raritan ave. c Second ave. 
H. P. 

Wc Fit the Feet of Crowing Children 
With Just the sort of SHOES ^"^VeIS""^ ^"^ 

BEAM ^ CLARE, 362 George St. 



Ready-to-Wear Clothing ""^;,:'^:: '" 

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IJUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Moore Thomas, 177 Hamilton 

Moran Patrick J. 139 Easton ave 

Mundy Furman W. 65 Bordentown ave. South Amboy 

Munn Wilham L. 171 Main, South Amboy 

OLT\^ER H. V. CONTRACTING CO. 102 Church 

Quinlan John, Main nr Pine ave. South Amboy 

SEF.OLt CONRAD, 16 Richmond 

Sheehan James H. 29 Hardenbergh 

Sutton Albert S. 37 Wyckofif 

TAYLOR WILLIAM L. Dennison nr Third ave. H. P. 

Tougher James, 22 Hardenbergh 

Van Deursen John, 120 New 

VAN SICKLE WILLIAM L. Codwise ave. c Seaman and 

297 Redmond 
VOORHEES ABRAM, 271 Handy 

CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES. 

Marine Mfg. and Supply Co. 30 New 

CONSTRUCTORS' SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

CUT GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

Wilson J. & Son, 3 Union 

CUTLERY. 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

DAIRY PRODUCE. 

HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY, Harrison ave. c Highland ave. 
H. P. 

DAIRYMAN. 

HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY, Harrison ave. c Highland ave. 
PL P. 

Excellent Facilities for 
the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. ~ chine Shop and Repair 

, . . . -^ ^, . _. ... .« ..... Department in Charge 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. of a First class Mechan- 

flnenS for Cha)mers=Detroit Automobiles. ic 'Phone Connections 



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DEAD ANIMAL REMOVERS. 

LEDERER SAMUEL & SON, Somerset nr Mile Run Brook 
and Burnet nr city limits 

DECORATORS. 

HEAHMAN & SCHNEIDER, 163 Hamilton and 39 Robin- 
son 



DELICATESSEN. 



Garber Fannie, 56 Hiram 
Reng John, 59 Hiram 

DENTISTS. 

Brown Elwood, Main c Gordon, South River 

Condict Frederick L. 86 Church 

Dunham Charles H. 349 George 

Griggs Eugene S. 361 George 

HINDLE FRANK L. 421 George 

HULL & RICE, 42 Bayard 

IREDELL HARVEY, Church c Neilson 

McLaughlin George S. 383 George 

Macom William, 45 Bayard 

Meinzer L. F. 54 Bordentown ave. South Amboy 

Moss William P. 236 Broadway, South Amboy 

Mundy Lawrence, 45 Bayard 

New York Dental Parlors. 1 19 Albany 

Zerfing Henry F. 259 George 

DENTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Eddy Mfg. Co. 420 George 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

KRAMER EDWARD, Main, Metuchen 
LANDSBERG STORE (The) 386-392 George 
YOUNG P. J. DRY GOODS CO. George c Paterson 



LYONS & Pf\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



»^ Reaches ■ | 6,00O ■ I Homes 

Daily Home News 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

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DETECTIVES. 

COSGROVE DETECTIVE AGENCY, 92 Park Place, New- 
ark, N. J. See adv side lines 
OLIVER CHARLES A. 102 Church 

DIRECTORIES. 

HEIDINGSFELD DIRECTORY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, 
42 Albany 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Ackerman Abbie, 72 Schu reman 

Banker Dorothy E. 115 Easton ave 

Bearmor Deborah. 36 Hiram 

Brower Marg-uerite, Georg-e nr Landing lane 

Brown Carrie E. 18 Bayard 

Brown L. Elizabeth, 18 Bayard 

Coakley Margaret, 125 Henry, South Amboy 

Coakley Marie, 125 Henry, South Amboy 

Crawford Margaret J. 83 Morrell 

Cruse Annie, 20 French 

DeHart Sarah, 30 Schureman 

Delaney Anna L. 24 Louis 

Dunn Jennie F. 100 Commercial ave 

Emmons Mary H. 21 Second, South Amboy 

Farren Mary E. 203 Hamilton 

Felton Henrietta S. 156 Easton ave 

Fmnegan Kate, 51 Bartlett 

Flagg Catharine B. 131 Paterson 

Fox Margaret V. 64 Stone 

Goresky Mary, 91 French 

Gray Eliza J. 21 Church, Soutii Amboy 

Gray Kate A. 307 Suydam 

Grunewald Louise. 9 Hartwell 

Hartougrh Jennie, 294 George 

Henry Winifred. 28 Hardenbergh 

Hogarty Sarah L. 10 Welton 

Hurst Han nah. 162 Somerset 

You arc protected against mreHor ..a.Uy'and excessive prices «,hen .ou 
nmir^^ ^'"ake this store headquarters for 

DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES or PAINTS 
.pHo„?l^4"'^^"'* Pharmacy, 376 George Street 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hussey Jennie, 339 Seaman 

Jordan Mary A. 176 Albany 

king-sbury May, 37 John, South Amiboy 

Knauss Tessie C. 23 Schureman 

Kuhlthau Lena, Main nr Thomas, South River 

McCabe Eliza, 4 Abeel 

McCabe Elizabeth M. 303 Baldwin 

McDede Frances C. 14 Prosper 

McGinn Kate, 109 Somerset 

Moran Michael Mrs. 4 Union 

Nafey Carrie, 42 Neilson 

New Kate, 71 Throop ave 

Parsell Hattie, 363 George 

Provost Anna D. 94 Church 

Petit C. L. Mrs. 249 George 

Ratut Annie, 17 Albany 

Reilly Anna M. 133 Suydam 

Rice May V. 137 Welton 

Schaeffer Katherine, 9 Neilson 

Smith Annie A. 38 Bayard 

Stokes Margaret A. 226 Burnet 

Thomas Julia A. 104 Guilden 

Toth Annie 256 Neilson 

Tramm Rose, 56 Easton ave 

Van Doren Carrie A. 21 Codwise ave 

Van \^oast, Phoebe M. 258 Hale 

Weseman Lisetta E. 32 Richmond 

Yates Mary W. 235 Hamilton 

DRUGGISTS. 

Albright John C. 194 Broadway, South Amboy 
BISSETT GEORGE H. 420 George 
Bradley Joseph F. 172 Hamilton 
BURROl^GHS EDWARD, P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 
BURROUGHS E. ALLEN, P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 
Eastburn Charles T. 158 Neilson 

HOAGLAND LEWIS H. 365 George and Raritan ave. c 
Cedar ave. H. P. 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

5»\,lfi;Sls BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick c^ 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



447 



Jaques Georg-e W. i8i Broadway, South Amboy 

METUCHEN PHARMACY, P. O. BWg. Metuchen 

MONIGAN JOHN J. 376 George 

Parisen Allen C. 181 Broadway, South Amboy 

REEVE ALFRED W. 229 George 

Rl^ST SCHUYLER S. George c Paterson 

South River Pharmacy, Ferry nr Main, South River 

VAN DEURSEN PHARMACY, 365 George 

VAN PELT EDWIN R. Peace c Church 

WATMAN'S PHARMACY, Neilson c Church 

DRY GOODS (RETAIL). 

Anekstein Jacob, 117 French 

Bears Abraham, 28 Church 

Bermann Max, Thomas nr George, South River 

Cohen William, Whitehead ave. nr. Levinson ave. South River 

Drake Bros. 53 Albany 

Drake Mary O. 225 Neilson 

Erlich Samuel, 172 Burnet 

Fair (The) 92 Church 

Faris Nesar, 119 Remsen ave 

Flomanhaft Maurice, 35 Hiram 

Flomenhaft Herman. 143 Neilson 

Frankel Michael, ti Hiram 

Fuchs Armin, 83 French 

Greenberg Morris, 36 Hiram 

Hendler Isaac, 167 French 

KAUFMAN MAX. 150 Broadway, South Amboy 

Kelly Christopher F. 108 Easton ave 

Kershmer Morris. 197 Burnet 

Ketz Rose. 232 Neilson 

Kilinski Jacob. Obert nr Main, South River 

Kollisch H. 176 Broadway. South Amboy 

KRAMER FDWiARD, Main. Metuchen 

LANDSBERG STORE (The) 386-392 George 

Levine Benjamin, 242 Burnet 

I.ewine Marks. 9 Church 

]\Tarks Bros. 11 Peace 



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Charging, Storage, 
Repairs, Sundries 
Supplies 
95-970:? Carroll Placa Co: 



Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
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Steam Cars. 
Motorcycles, Bicycles 
033rg3 St., N3-^ Brunswiik, N. J. 





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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Concrete Blocks and Ornamental Stone 

Factory: Remsen Ave. and Powers Streei. Office : 18-20 Drift Street 



448 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Maroon Kanm, 98 Remsen ave 

NYTTRAY & POKORNY, 85 French 

Pear Max, 310 Burnet 

POSNER'S I. SO'NS, 53-55 Church • 

Ruis Sebastian, 19 French 

Sablotsky Anton, 426 George 

Salz & Steiner, 178 Broadway, South Amboy 

Schlam Charles, 19 Hiram 

Seg-rave Margaret M. 140 Stevens ave. South Amboy 

Shapiro Anna, 32 Hiram 

Shapiro & Adler, i Peace 

Ur Joseph, 260 Neilson 

Van Zant Ehner H. Main nr Reid, South River 

VTEHMANN ANTHONY, 50 Church 

Weller Louis, 59 Albany 

Whiteman John. Ferrv c Washington, South River 

WOLFF H. & CO. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

YOUNG P. J. DRY GOODS CO. George c Paterson 

DYER AND SCOTTREIl. 

Wild Frances, 197 Neilson 

ELASTIC GOODS. 
Nealson John J. & Co. Cedar ave. nr Raritan ave. H. P. 

ELECTRIC GOODS. 

FRIEDMAN HENRY, 16 Peace. See adv below 

H. FRIEDMAN 
Gsls atnd Electric Fixtures 

Gas Stoves. Gas and Electric Lamps 

of Every Description. 

Welsb^ch Mantels, etc. i6 Peace Street 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <ll Talmadge St. 



General 6oni.raGt.or 

Carting, Grading, Excavating 
Building Mo^/ing. Telephony 



Hullllsli&WtiUtield, *io£'i«Ll«"fl 

Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage Loa^ns 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 6 6 2- J 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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MACK EDWARD, 311 George 

MILLER FRANK E. 21 Church 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS. 

HUSTON & DeHART, 409 George 
MACK EDWARD, 311 George 
MILLER FRANK E. 21 Church 

ELECTRICIAN (CONSULTING). 

MACK EDWARD, 311 George 

ELECTRICIANS. 

Britton Edward F. 17 Bayard 
Provost Charles, 65 Schureman 

EMBROIDERY MANUFACTURERS. 

Bohi Alois, Water nr Causeway, South River 
Bohi Oscar, Holmes ave. nr Jackson, South River 
Sennhauser Embroidery Works, Martin ave. nr. Whitehead 

ave. South River 
South River Embroidery Mfg. Co. Division nr Willetts ave. 

South River 
Standard Swiss Embroidery Works, Lefferts nr Feltus ave. 

South Amboy 

EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 

Passey James P. 8 Bayard 

EXPRESSES. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 73 Albany 

Adams Express Co. John c R. R. South Amboy 

Baldwin Frank J. 263 Delevan 

Barrett Archibald, 48 Delafield 

Bonney Charles, Nichol ave. c Suydam 

CORNISH H. BARTON, Main opp. P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 

Donomore James. Second ave c Harper, H. P. 



MERCHANT 
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Telephone 609 



PAUL F. WILLIAMS 
Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 

Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 

Business Opportunities Appraisals 

413 GEORGE ST. Phone 695 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Gonch's Baggage Express, 52 Commercial ave 
Hillman Richard, Ferris bel, Pine ave. Soiith Amboy 
Maxwell William O. jr. Bordentown ave. nr Highland ave. 

South Amboy 
Roth Anthony. 189 Townsend 
.Schmidt's Express, 16 Oliver 
UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO. 23 Bayard 
United States Express Co. 156 John, South Amboy 

FACTORY AND MILL SUPPLIES. 

WEIGEL PHILIP JR. 2-4-6 Peace 



FANCY GOODS. 

De Foreest L. P. & E. B. 90 Church 
McLaughlin Thomas H. 11 Throop ave 
Viehmann Anthony, 50 Church 

FERTILIZERS. 

LEDERER SAMUEL & SON, Somerset nr Mile Run Brook 
and Burnet nr city limits 

FILLER MANUFACTURERS. 

NICE EUGENE CO. 272-274 S. Second, Phila., Pa. See adv 
top and bottom edges of leaves 

FISH DEALERS. 

Dugan & Marshall, 229 Broadway, South Amboy 

Jones Peter, 63 Hiram 

Koiast Neils, Prospect nr Bordentown ave. South Amboy 

McCawley H. J. & Son, 27 Throop ave 

Reed Jacob F. 62 Hiram 

Roeser Richard, 24 Easton ave 

Stuart Alexander, 157 Burnet 

FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE. 



\\'ool worth F. M. & Co. 34 Church 



IF YOU ARE 
A JUDGE OF 



SHOES, Comparison will force you 

— ^ to buy your Shoes of us. 

BEAM ®. CLARE, 362 Geori(e St. 



To BEARS BROS. 

Ladies' Garments 



For Your Most 

UP-TO-DATE 



BEARS BROS. 

19 Peace St. Tel. 143-R 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



451 



FLAG POLES. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

FLAGS AND DECORATIONS. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

FLAVORING EXTRACTS. 

Parker George S. Co. 271 Redmond 

FLORISTS. 

Allen Edwin & Son, Georges rd nr city line 

BOND GEORGE H. 80-86 Louis 

Kitchenmeister Addie E. 78 Albany and Fifth ave. H. P. 

Masterson James E. 200 French 

MeseroU Charles A. 28 Powers 

Schwabthan Conrad, Cemetery ave. nr Main, South River 

Seaman Theodore V. 108 Suydam 

Tice Henry J. 104 Church 

FLOUR, FEED AND HAY. 

Capner Thomas E. ft. Henry, South Amboy 
EGGERT GEORGE J. Main c Amboy ave. Metuchen 
RUSSELL CHARLES W. French c Schuyler 
SCHLESLNGER WILLIAM, i Water 
Swiller Bros. 279 Burnet 

FRUIT DEALERS. 

Bahash Anthony, 117 Albany 

Bianco Carmelo, 36 Plum 

Bianco Michael, 54 Lee ave 

Broderick Frank, 439 George 

Cassara Lorenzo, 302 George 

Chilakos Nicholas, 15 Albany 

Kazen Sadie, Ferry nr Washington, South River 

Maceloo James, Main nr Thomas, South River 



N6W Brunswick Garaoe 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

Agent tor Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



Excellent Facilities for 
the Storage and Care 
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Malouf N. H. 74 Albany 
Matta Elias, 28 Albany 
Na^ia Archibald, 221 Neilson 
Riportella Antonio, 177 Neilson 
Robinson M. F. 5 Church 
Saloom Salooin, 13 Easton ave 
Tanasy Salim, 227 Neilson 
Tarantola Clement, 54 Hiram 
Tarantola Salvatore, 45 Hiram 
Weil Harry, 295 Neilson 
Zimeno Frank, 306 Burnet 

FRUIT JAR COMPANY. 

Consolidated Fruit Jar Co. Water c Somerset 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Fassler Mary, 188 Broadway, South Amboy 

Gallen Leon, 30 Peace 

GLOBE FURNITURE CO. 203 Neilson 

HINGHER EDWARD, 116- 122 Neilson 

Holdstein Jacob, 29 Peace 

MANNING HENRY B. 284-286 Burnet 

Schwartz Joseph, 288 Burnet 

Skriloff Abraham, 26 Peace 

Stillwell & Mason, 258 Broadway, South Amboy 

WOLFF H. & CO. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

(Second Hand.) 

Hannah R. B. & W. 50 Hiram 

FURNITURE MOVERS. 

roRNiSH A. BARTON, Main opp P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 
<^^^OLT CONRAD, 16 Richmond 

FURRIERS. 

Schwartzman Max, 84 Church 

LYONS Sc PflRKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



|i^ Reaches I | 6,000 E i Homes 

Daily home News 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Mi Idlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centraj 
New Jersey . . 



GARDENER. 

Wilmurt Theodore B. 149 Redmond 

GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES. 

FRIEDMAN HENRY, 16 Peace 

GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY. 

PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY, 
392 George 

GAS MACHINES. 

Curran & Kemp, 204 Neilson 

GENERAL STORES. 

Briggs James H. iii Broadway, South Amboy 
Davison Mrs. Robert, Thomas nr George, South River 
Howell & Gordon, 161 Broadway, South Amboy 
Johnson Andrew J. 237 John, South Amboy 
Meinzer Louis F. 98 Broadway, South Amboy 
Ring Leopold, William c Henry, South River 
Slover Andrew H. 127 Broadway, South Amboy 
Soczak Louis, John nr P^eltus, South Amboy 
Sutliff John, 160 Pine ave. South Amboy 

GRAINERS. 

HEAHMAN & SCHNEIDER, 163 Hamilton & 39 Robinson 

GROCERS (RETAIL). 

Allen Nathan, 68 New 
Amdur Eva, 46 Dennis 
Arnould Annie, 43 Easton ave 
Auten G. M. & Bro. 12 Peace 
Badolato Thomas, 289 Neilson 
Barbour Louisa W. 112 Remsen ave 
Bass Isaac, 276 Burnet 
Bastedo Charles N. 147 Church 
Beck Peter I. 80 Senior 

"'^rHrDra:!::.''"' Drugs and Medicines 

at MONIGAN'S PHARMACY, 

YOU ARE SAFE WHEN YOU BUY 
AT MONIGAN'S 



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Behn August, 135 Stevens ave. South Amboy 

Birch John, 79 Remsen ave 

Birmingham William, 158 Stevens ave. South Amboy 

BISSETT ASHER W. Main c Ferry, South River 

Black James, Main c Obert, Soutb River 

Bogner Annie, 228 Burnet 

Bollman William H. 165 George 

Bornheimer Henry A. 45 Neilson 

Boyce John F. Outlet Lock 

Bradley John T. 138 Easton ave 

Brown Elmer W. 279 Suydam 

Brown Harry F. 183 Broadway, South Amboy 

Brown William F. 112 Lee ave 

Burns William J. 31 Stone 

Campbell & Morris, Main c Amboy ave. Metuchen 

Ciotti Leonard, 162 Throop ave 

Coakley & Sullivan, 179 Broadway, South Amboy 

Cohn Isidore, 81 Burnet 

CRABIEL CHRISTIAN, Main, Milltown 

Croken Ellen, 141 Lee ave 

Gushing John P. 125 French 

Czapkowsky Appolonea, Water nr Elizabeth, South River 

Daly Bros. 152 Easton ave 

Delgenio Frank, Pine ave c John, South Amboy 

Disbrow John L. 170 Stevens ave. South Amboy 

Donahue Bros, y] Throop ave 

Donegan Elizabeth, 1 1 Guilden 

Dutch James, 23 Ridgeway ave. South Amboy 

Eitel Magdalene, 39 French 

EMPIRE GROCERY (Frank G. Boyce) Main nr Ford ave. 

Milltown 
Erath Bros. 228 George 
Erling Charles, 218 French 

Evison Sophia, Feltus c Catharine, South Amboy 
Feaster Joseph J. 165 Throop ave 
Fertig Benjamin, 138 Burnet 
Fischer Jacob P. 186 Easton ave 
Flanagan John P. 49 New 
Foley Edward D. 30 Jersey ave 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

I elephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

ErAffivSs BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 455 



First ave. H. P. 
Second ave. 



Friedman Jacob, 244 Burnet 
Friedman Joseph S. 130 Neilson 
GAMBOL ROBERT M. 119 Neilson 
GEBHARDT ANTHONY J. Raritan ave c 
GEBHARDT BENJAMIN F. Raritan ave nr 

H. P. 
Glicenstein Jacob, 37 Peace 
Gourley John H. 142 Albany 
GRAND UNION TEA CO. 25 Church 
GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. 366 George 
Grossman Jacob, 204 Burnet 

Grover Pearl, Bordentown ave c Feltus, South Amboy 
GROVES HARVEY B. 276 Suydam 
Grynkiewicz Peter, John c Feltus, South Amboy 
Haggerty John E. 47 John 
Herold Frances J. 161 French 
Herrmann Charles, Main c Thomas, South River 
Hildebrand Louis, 283 Neilson 

Hochheiser Samuel, Center nr Walnut, South Amboy 
Hollender Henry, William c Thomas, South River 
Hornstein Nathan, 190 Burnet 
Houghton James, 266 Neilson 
Hullfish Giles H. 49 Hiram 
Hurley Mary E. 114 French 
Imperial Tea Co. 91 Church 
Jackson Charles, 245 Henry, South Amboy 
JOHNSON ALFRED W. 157 Neilson 
Johnson Andrew J. 22 Ridgeway ave. South Amboy 
Joseph Michael, 130 Easton ave 
Kirk David, 66 Lee ave 
Kommaro Margaret, 82 Lee ave 
Kurlinski S. Pine ave c David, South Amboy 
Lacsik Joseph, yy French 
Loewe Elizabeth, 239 Commercial ave 
Lukas Joseph, 85 French 
McCloskey James J. 128 French 
McCormack Frank A, 99 Townsend 
McGovern James H. 279 Seaman 
McMahon Mary, 91 Throop ave 

Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
Gasoline, Electric, 

Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 

95.97.99 Carroll Plao® Gor. George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 



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McManus Edward F. 202 Easton ave 

Mahoney D. E. & Co. 183 Broadway, South Amboy 

Maiter Edward W. 154 Commercial ave 

Mariano Gerardo, 131 Remsen ave 

Messeroll John, 206 Burnet 

Morrison John J. 151 French 

Murphy Annie F. 58 Division 

Nemeth Charles, 26 Somerset 

New's (Joseph) Sons, no Somerset 

Neyranowsl^i Caroline, 142 Lee ave 

O'Connor Sarah A. 167 Albany 

O'Donnell John, 284 Suydam 

Oram Elmer E. 175 New 

Pfeil Otto, 160 Throop ave 

Price John C. Main nr Stevens, South River 

Racz George, 95 French 

Reid Alarv E. 272 Comstock 

RELYEA EDWARD S. George c Church 

Reng John, 59 Hiram 

Revolinsky A. 251 French 

Rose William C. Thomas c George, South River 

Rosen Harry, 256 Burnet 

Ryan Mary, 18 Lee ave 

SAMSEL B. F. Main, Sayreville 

Sappol & Orenshian, 26 Hiram 

Schaible Jacob E. Steamboat Dock 

SCHEUER & BRO. 38 Church 

Schwartzman Solomon, 6 Jersey ave 

Schroeder Charles W. 116 Somerset 

Schwab BYederick, 143 Throop ave 

Schwartzman Solomon, 266 Burnet 

Serensen Sarah, 137 Commercial ave 

Sheff David, 29 John 

Sica John, 97 Remsen ave 

Simmons Charles F. jr. Main nr Pierson, South River 

Sokoloski Stanislaus, Obert c Jackson, South River 

Solomon David B. 130 Bavard 

Spreckelsen A. L. von, 68 Guilden 

Stafford John W. 6 Easton ave 



The GOOd^^ Anna Held. Large Size 

5C. Cigars^ ^mie continental, Small Size 

"FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



We Make Quick Sales. "Why? We Have the Bargains 

!^iF— Huiiiisn & wiiii)n6id,rji*t.rs 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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Steiner Bertha, 154 Burnet 

Strasser Benjamin, 225 Broadway, South Amboy 

Suydam Peter H. 94 Schureman 

Tatarsky Henry, 133 Brunet 

Temme WilHam H. 135 Throop ave 

Ten Broeck Charles H. Raritan ave nr Second ave. H. P. 

Thompson John H. 192 Delevan 

Tierney Joseph M. 57 Codwise ave 

Toma Frank, 18 Somerset 

Vail Thomas M. 139 Stevens ave. South Amboy 

Valys Charles, 23 Division 

\^an Arsdale George, 76 Lee ave 

Vogko Susan, 301 Neilson 

Webber Lawrence, 20 Easton ave 

Weiland George, 105 Throop ave 

Wheeler Goodwin A. 15 First. South Amboy 

Wheeler Rufus P. Lee ave c Seaman 

Wolff H. & Co. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

Wust Dorothea, Reid nr Thomas, South River 

Wyckoff & Rue, 234 Broadway, South Amboy 

Young William, 2 Prospect 

Zachowski Joseph, Whitehead ave nr Armstrong ave. S. River 

Zahn Andrew, 26 Richmond 

Zalesky Peter, Levinson ave nr Whitehead ave. South River 

Zsuppan Paul, 244 Neilson 

GROCERS (WHOLESALE). 

McADAMS W. T. CO. 127-129 Church 
RUN YON BROS. 227-231 Burnet 

GUNS, AMMUNITION, ETC. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

HAIR DRESSERS. 
DEVER ERNEST, 347 George 
ZLMMERMAN HENRY B. 44 Church 

HAIR (HUMAN) GOODS. 

ZIMMERMAN HENRY B. 44 Churcli 



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insurance and Investments. Collections of Every Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 GEORGE STREET 'PHONE 69 5 

458 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

HANDKERCHIEF MANUFACTURING. 

Herrmann, Aukam & Co. Whitehead ave nr R. R. R. R. South 

River 
Steuerwald Charles L. Broadway c Gordon, South Amboy 

HARDWARE. 

BISSETT ASHER W. Main c Ferry, South River 

Buckelew George S. 69 John 

Harris Charles, 168 Broadway, South Amboy 

Medinets A. & Son, 153 Broadway, South Amboy 

OAKLEY GEORGE H. 14 Hiram 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

Timmins Charles, 182 Broadway, South Amboy 

WEIGEL PHILIP JR. 2, 4, 6 Peace 

HARNESS AND HORSE CLOTHING. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

DAIRE & SON, 20 Bayard 

Ehrlich Charles. 124 Broadway, South Amboy 

GROCH R. S. HARNESS CO. 29 Albany 

Hogarty Charles, 24 Albany 

Norman William E. Reid ab George, South River 

Remson Alix, 6 Hiram 

Weed Charles D. 269 Burnet 

HATS AND CAPS. 

WOLFF H. & CO. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

HATTERS. 

JOHNSON J. ALFRED, 130 Broadway, South Amboy 
Smith Elbert O. 19 Church 

HEAT LIGHT AND POWER COMPANIES. 

Citizens' Light & Fuel Co. 129 Broadw ay, South Amboy 

kVuDOESp SHOES, Comparison Will force you 



to buy your Shoes of us. 



BEAM ®, CLARE, 362 Ceorie Si. 



;; BEARS BROS. 

Ladies' Garments 



For Your Most 

UP-TO-DATE 

BEA.RS BROS. 

19 Peace St. Tel. 143-R 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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HIDES AND TALLOWS. 

LEDERER SAMUEL & SON, Somerset nr Mile Run Brook 
and Burnet nr city limits 

HOLLOW CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCK. 



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HORSE DEALERS. 

Broxmeyer Jonas, 290 Commercial ave 

HORSE SHOE CALKS (MFRS. OF). 

NEVERSLIP MFG. CO. Neilson c Hamilton 

HORSESHOERS. 

Foreman Jonas A. 19 Brown 

Lotz Joseph, 45 Guilden 

Manee Frank, George nr Stevens ave. South Amboy 

Voorhees Abram J. 183 French 

HOSIERY MANUFACTURERS. 

INTERWOVEN STOCKING CO. office N. B. Fire Ins. bldg. 
KILBOURN KNITTING MACHINE CO. 63 Church 
Norfolk & New Brunswick Hosiery Co. 329 Neilson 

HOTELS. 

ALBANY HOTEL, Main, Metuchen 

Amazon Hotel, 204 Neilson 

American House, Reid nr Main, South River 

Bell Hotel, 7 Albany 

CENTRAL HOUSE, 171-175 Broadway c Augusta, South 

Amboy 
CITY HOTEL, 67 Albany 
City Hotel, 85 First, South Amboy 
Columbia Hotel. Jackson nr Obert, South River 
COUNTY HOTEL, Main, Savreville 



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JOHN WEICEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

jflaent for {ihalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



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the Storage and Care 
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DENHARD'S UNION HOTEL, Main c Lake Front, Mill- 
town 

East Brunswick, Main nr Reid, South River 

Emmett House, 427 George 

Exchange The, 156 Broadway, South Amboy 

Glenwood Hotel, 148 Broadwav, South Amboy 

HIGHLAND PARK INN, Raritan ave nr Seventh ave. H. P. 

HILLSIDE INN, Main, Metuchen 

Hoffman House, Main nr Reid, South River 

HOTEL MILTON. Albanv c Peace 

MACOM'S HOTEL, Burnet c Richmond 

MANSION HOUSE, loi Albany 

Market Square Hotel, 39 Hiram 

Mechanics, Conover nr Alpine, South Amboy 

National Hotel, Washington nr Obert, South River 

OLD AMBOY HOUSE. 116 David, South Amboy 

Park Hotel, 204 Commercial ave 

Pimlott Hotel, Broadway c Henry, South Amboy 

Prospect House. Prospect ab Florence, South River 

Quad's Hotel, Washington nr Ferrv. South River 

R. R. R. R. HOTEL. Whitehead ave opp Railroad Depot, 
South River 

Railroad Hotel, Jackson nr Gordon, South River 

Raritan Bay House, Augusta c Rosewell ave. South Ambov 

RARITAN HOUSE, 18 Albany 

Raritan House, 25 Ridgeway ave. South Amboy 

Rippowan House, Augusta c N. Y. & L. B. R. R. So. Amboy 

Riverside Hotel, Whitehead ave nr Armstrong ave. So. River 

South River Hotel. River c Klauser's la. South River 

WASHINGTON HOTEL, Main, South River 

WHITE HALL HOTEL. 19-21 Albany 

Wiliett House. Ferry nr Jackson. South River 

Yates' Hotel, Jackson nr Ferry, South River 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Frank Hyman, Ferry nr Main, South River 
Marks Robert, 10 Hiram 
Plean Minnie, 48 Hiram 

LYONS Sc PfyRKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leadings 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
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Rubel Louis, 1S9 French 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 28Q-293 Burnet 

WEIGEL PHILIP JR. 2. 4. 6 Peace 

WOLF H. & CO. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

HOUSE MOVERS. 

BERNHARDT JOHN F. 140 Ward, cor Lee ave and Tal- 
madge. 'Phone 

ICE DEALERS. 

COLLIER JOHN ICE & COAL CO. 213-215 Burnet 

NEW BRUNSWICK HYGIENIC ICE CO. Raritan ave. 

H. P. 
NEW BRUNSWICK ICE CO. Georges rd and Raritan River 

R. R. and 389 George 

IMPROVEMENT COMPANIES. 

South River Improvement Co. Main nr Ferry, South River 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Anderson Charles, South River Hotel. South River 
Birmingham William, 158 Stevens ave. South Amboy 
Boynton Bros. & Co. P. O. Bldg. South- Amboy 
CAMPBELL CHARLES C. P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 
CRAMER CALEB H. 349 George 
DeGraw Frank E. P. o". Bldg. South Ambov 
EDGAR JAMES A. 349 George 
Ffsher Charles, 137 Church 
HARKINS & VICTORY. 389 George 
HOGAN & BARNWELL, 43 Paterson 
HULLFISH & WHITFIELD, 46-48 Paterson 
Judge Robert P. Main nr Ferrv, South River 
KIRKPATRICK, J. BAYARD. 356 George 
Levin Samuel L. 361 George 
LYONS BROS. 417 George 
Moran Stephen J. 186 David, South Amboy 
Morrison Duke A. 176 Baldwin 
O'CONNOR MICHAEL. 364 George 



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?iu''ND^AT Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George St. 

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PARKER NEILSON T. 381 George 
PARKER & WATSON, 102 Church 
STEVENSON BORNT, 381 George 
TOWLE GEORGE C. 417 George^ 
VAN CLEEF HOWARD M. 94 Albany 
WILLIAMSON M. L. 393 George 
WRIGHT J. BROGNARD, 355 George 

INSURANCE COMPANIES (FIRE). 

NEW BRUNSWICK FIRE INSURANCE CO. George c 

Paterson 
NEW BRUNSWICK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

393 George 

INSURANCE COMPANIES (LIFE). 

Colonial Life Insurance Co. 408 George 

METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. S. W. corner 

George and Paterson 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Main nr Obert, South River 
PROVIDENT LIFE & TRUST CO OF PHILA. 94 Albany 
Prudential Insurance Co. of America, Viehmann Bldg. 
Prudential Ins. Co. of America, 176 Broadway, South Amboy 

INSURANCE COMPANY (PLATE GLASS). 

New Jersey Plate Glass, 417 George 

INSURANCE COMPANY (SURETY). 

Title Guaranty & Surety Co. 349 George 

IRON AND STEEL. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 
WEIGEL PHILIP JR. 2, 4, 6 Peace 

IRON FENCING AND STEEL WORK. 

New Brunswick Iron Works, 9-13 Water 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

5»\)ff/;e?ils BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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IRON FOUNDERS. 

EMPIRE FOUNDRY CO. Sandford nr Jersey ave 
Henderson William & Son, 9-13 Water 

JAPAN MANUFACTURERS. 

NICE EUGENE E. 272-274 S. 2d, Phila., Pa. (See adv top 
and bottom edg-es of leaves) 

JEWELERS AND WATCH MAKERS. 

Ayres Frederick M. 17 Dennis 

Blum August C. 151 Broadway, Soutft Amboy 

Cortelyou Abraham, 27 Bayard 

Dobin Samuel, 42 Dennis 

Gershung Emanuel. Ferry nr Main, South River 

Levy Arthur. Main nr Ferry, South River 

McGonigle Cornelius, 162 Broadway, South Amboy 

Machek John, 122 Church 

MUELLER & NEW, 357 George 

Ornstein Leon, 272 Burnet 

Slonim Solomon, 35 Church 

Stark L. C. 158 Broadway, South Ambov 

STILLMAN O. O. 133 Albany 

TAPKEN B. U. 111-113 Church 

VOORHEES A. CRAIG, 62 Dennis , 

Wachek John. 73 French 

Wheatley A. & Co. 83 Albany 

JUNK DEALERS. 

Delesandro Antonio, 87 Remsen ave 
Figloulo Nicholas, 193 Delevan 
Fischer John, 185 John, South Amboy 

Klegman Harry, Highland ave nr Bordentown ave. So. Amboy 
La'pelie Michael, 309 Commercial ave 
Levine Ruben, yy Neilson 
Ludwig Adam J. 14 Richmond 

NEW BRUNSWICK IRON & METAL CO. Remsen ave c 
Powers 



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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Concrete Blocks and Ornamental Stone 

Factory: Remsen Ave. and Powers Street. Office : 18-20 Drift Street 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Oberhuber John, 148 Commercial ave 

Plechner T. 28 Bethany 

Schewelowitz Mayer, Pine ave nr John, South Amboy 

Senatore Alphonso, 135 Baldwin 

Shapiro Louis, 18 New 

Weiner Harns, 14 Hassart 

White Samuel, 177 Delevan 

Yaffe Philip, 22 New 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hayter Joseph, 262 Neilson 

Housell William A. 217 Neilson 

Mason Robert P. 42 First. South Amboy 

SEDAM CHARLES W. Spring c Paterson 

Simmons Charles F. Main nr Pierson. South River 

Smith Leveritt, Whitehead ave nr Jackson, South River 

WEBER CHARLES C. Main opp P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 

KNIT GOODS MANUFACTURER. 

Robinson Frederick G. 21 Robinson 

KNITTING MACHINE MANUFACTURERS. 

Kilbourn Mfg. Corporation, Somerset c Bethany 

KNITTING MACHINE NEEDLES. 

IVES LOYAL T. CO. (The) 19-21 Water 
Jarrard Needle Works, 12 Dennis 

KNITTING MACHINES, STOP MOTIONS. 

CRAWFORD MFG. CO. 12 Dennis 
LACES. 

Kahn Philip, 41 Church 

Mendle-Lunepp Co. Charles c Whitehead ave. South River 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <a Talmadge St. 



General Goni.raGi.or 

Carting, Grading, Excavating 
Building Mo^Aing, Telephone 



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Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage LoaLns 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



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LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. 



Goldberg Aaron, 25 Peace 
Hub The. 59 Ghurch 
Levin Abraham, 10 Church 






LADIES' TAILOR. 

Krauss Morris, 57 French 
PUSTELNICK NATHAN, 324 Burnet 
SAHN ISRAEL, 139 Neilson 
Weinraub Max, 58 Easton ave 

LAMP MANUFACTURERS. 

Friedman Harry, 16 Peace 

New Jersey Lamp & Bronze Works, Water c Somerset 



LAUNDRIES. 

ENTERPRISE LAUNDRY CO. (Ltd.) River rd nr Raritan 

ave. Highland Park 
Hop Sing, 191 Neilson 
Tan C. W. 353 George 
JET WHITE LAUNDRY, 80 Church 
Lee Hing, Main nr Thomas, South River 
Lee Sing, 53 Dennis 

Lum Henry, 235 Broadway, South Amboy 
METUCHEN HOME LAUNDRY, Main, Metuchen 
Nom Tong, 88 Church and 219 Neilson 
Qwon Glee, 126 Somerset 
Reid Elizabeth F. 129 Easton ave 
Tenbroeck Woodhull K. 20 Stone 
Wet Wash Laundry, r 98 Somerset 
Willie (Chinese), 131 Broadway, South Amboy 

LAUNDRY BAGS. 

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Real Estate in Every County In New Jersey 
Business Opportunities Appraisals 



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LAWYERS. 

ADRAIN ROBERT, 46 Paterson 

Berdine George, 393 George 

Boice Daniel R. 417 George 

BOORAEM THEODORE B. 15-16 New Brunswick Fire 

Insurance Bldg. 
Clark Willard P. 102 Church 
Coan John A. 46 Paterson 
Coan John A. P. O. Bldg. South Amboy 
COOK HENRY B. 119 Albany 
COWENHOVEN CHx\RLES T. 43 Paterson 
COWENHOVEN N. REMSEN, 43 Paterson 
DALY PETER F. 46 Paterson 
ELMENDORF JOHN E. 71 Albany 
FLORANCE W. EDWIN, 393 George 
Fitzgerald William J. iii Bayard 
HAGERTY THOMAS H. 40 Paterson 
HICKS EDWARD W. 393 George 
HOAGLAND IRVING, 391 George 
Hoff Charles La C. 40 Paterson 
Lovely John A. 176 Broadway, South Amboy 
McKeag Edwin C. 393 George 
Pearse Frederic M. P. P. O. Bldg. South Amboy 
PLECPINER GEORGE J. 389 George 
Reiley William, 105 Carroll pi 
REYNOLDS HOWARD A. 102 Church 
Rice J. Kearney, 102 Church 
RUNYON CHARLES H. 381 George 
SCHENCK ARTHUR V. 41-43 Paterson 
SCHENCK WARREN R. 41-43 Paterson 
SILZER GEORGE S. 46-48 Paterson 
Streitwolf August C. jr. 40 Paterson 
STRONG ALAN H. & THEODORE, 368 George 
TINDELL CHARLES E. 214 Townsend . 
VAN CLEEF JAMES H. 41 Paterson 
VAN CLEEF SCHUYLER C. 41 Paterson 
Viehmann & Dennis, George c Paterson 
Voorhees Clifford I. 40 Paterson 



Z 'Z The HURLEY SHOE for MEN at $5.00 

Is the BEST SHOE Proposition for the 
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BEAM (t CLARE, 362 George St. 



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VOORHEES WILLARD P. 40 Paterson 
Watson Russell E. 40 Paterson 
WEIGEL FREDERICK, 46-48 Paterson 
WELLS T. TILESTON, 43 Cedar, New York 
VViLLlS H. BREWSTER. 349 George 
WOODBRIDGE & MARCH, George c Paterson 



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Becker & Tietjen, 54 Dennis 

FEE JOHN JR. Ferry c Washington, South River. See adv 

left side lines 
Fischler Morris, 37 Hiram 
Schlosser & Kuhlthau, 60 Dennis 
Stamm William, 161 Throop ave 
STAMM & HULZWORTH, 22^ George 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Barbour & Costello, 22 Hiram 

Golden Frank, 98 Welton 

GRAND CENTRAL STABLES, 68-70 Albany 

HARDING WILLIAM F. 100-102 Somerset 

McCarthy John, 52 Washington 

McLaughlin Horse and Pony Exchange, r 275 Neilson 

Market Square Hotel Stables, 17 Dennis 

MEINZER FRx^NK, 171-175 Broadway c Augusta, South 

Amboy 
Rutgers Stables, 37-41 Easton ave 
Scully John J. Stevens ave nr David, South Amboy 
Van Nortwick Henry W. 16 Drift 
White Hall Stables, Peace nr Albany 
Winders Charles W. 241 Neilson 
Witt George, 5 Schuyler 

LOAN COMPANIES. 

NEW BRUNSWICK LOAN CO. 46 Paterson 



N6wBrunswici(6arao6 

JOHN WEIOEL, Jr., Prop. 
144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

Agent for Chalmers-Detroit flutomobiles. 



Excellent i- acuities for 
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LOCKSMITHS. 

Joslyn Frank L. 2 Schuyler 
Rnh Henry C. 44 Dennis 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

HOWELL LUMBER CO. 291 Burnet and head Throop ave 

Miller Alfred J. Broadway c First, South Amboy 

ROLFE BUILDINGS xMATERIALS CO. 181 Burnet and 

Baldwin nr Jersey ave 
South Amboy Lumber & Supply Co. Lefferts c Feltus ave. 

South Amboy 

LUNCH ROOMS. 

Fleming Herbert, 235 Neilson 
O'Neill Arthur, 39 Paterson 
Peterson Olaf, 86 Albany 

MACHINERY DEALERS. 

(Second Hand.) 

NEW BRUNSWICK IRON & METAL CO. Remsen ave c 
Powers 

MACHINERY MANUFACTURERS. 

Waldron John Co. River rd nr P. R. R. Highland Park 
MACHINISTS. 

ALMOND JOHN J. Middlesex ave. Metuchen 

Henderson William & Son, 9-13 Water 

Kelch Henry, Whitehead ave nr Levinson ave. South River 

Lea Thomas, Outlet Lock 

V^enable George, 60 Albany 

Waldron John Co. Highland Park nr P. R. R. 

MACHINISTS' TOOLS AND SUPPLIES. 

-'iTRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 



LYONS Sc Pf\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Mi'ldlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
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MANICURES. 

Dunham Harriet, 139 Church 
Fox Mary A. 162 Somerset 

MANTELS AND TILES. 

CRONK MFG. CO. 137-141 Burnet 

MANURES. 

LEDERER SAMUEL & SON, Somerset nr Mile Run Brook 
and Burnet nr city Umits 

MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKERS. 

Ackert John, French c Hale 

MIDDLESEX GRANITE & MARBLE WORKS, head of 

Commercial ave 
WILLIAMS DAVID J. 187-189 Neilson 

MASONS AND BUILDERS. 

BARNWELL RICHARD F. Fourth ave nr Raritan ave. H. P. 

BOYLE JAMES, 105 Easton ave 

BROWER & CONOVER, 240 George 

Conger George O. Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave. H. P. 

HENDRICKS JOHN & SON, 295 Handy 

Hendricks P. H. & Son, 290 Redmond 

Long Charles A. 273 George 

Roller William L. Washington nr Ferry, South River 

Van Sickle William H. jr. Drift c Welton 

MASONS' MATERIALS. 

HOWELL LUMBER CO. 291 Burnet 
ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 181 Burnet " 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 
WELSH PATRICK M. 2391/. Burnet 

MATTRESS MANUFACTURERS. 

New Brunswick Mattress Co. 30 Peace 
Williamson John L. 257 George 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

MONIGAN THE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 
'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 

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MEN'S FUENISHING GOODS. 

(See also Hatters). 

Broffe Joseph L. 29 Church 

CRATER WALTER KT." 96 Church 

JOHNSON J. ALFRED, 130 Broadway, South Amboy 

Kaiser Morris, Main nr Obert, South River 

Litterst George J. & Co. 52 Church 

Loewenstein Moses J. 89 Church 

LYONS & PARKER, 83 Church 

STEWART & CLAYTON, 109 Church 

WOLFF H. & CO. Feltus c Washington, South Amboy 

MERCANTILE AGENCIES. 

DUN R. G. & CO of Newark N. J., 210 Handy 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

(See also Clothing). 

COHN THEODORE, 47 Church 

Connor Joseph J. 127 Albany 

Josten Charles N. 56 Albany 

LYONS & PARKER, 83 Church 

MASSING MICHAEL, 77 Albany 

Volkert Charles, 102 Church 

VOLKERT EMIL, 359 George 

WALL JOHN P. 115 Church 

WEINRAUB ALBERT, George c Schureman 

WOLFSON'S A. SONS, 328-330 Burnet 

METAL DEALERS. 

NEW BRUNSWICK IRON & METAL CO. Remsen ave and 
Powers 

METAL WORKER. 

Turner John S. Raritan ave nr Second ave. Highland Park 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

grAffi'vSis BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Crejjni Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



MIDWIVES. 

Kiss Mary, 130 Paterson 

Ruckle Catharine, 113 Neilson 

Warka Elizabeth Mrs. 8 New 

Zaleska Antoine, Ferris ab Stevens ave. South Amboy 



MILK DEALERS. 



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Amerman Joseph C. Raritan ave nr Fourth ave. 

Ayers Frank, Cedar ave nr Johnson, H. P. 

Banker Frank, 145 Throop ave 

Bollman Henry, 104 Hamilton 

Buzzee Charles, 132 Church 

Dunlap James, 53 Huntington 

Giles Isaac, 28 Railroad ave 

Gordon William A. 222 George 

HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY, Harrison ave c Highland ave. 

Highland Park 
Lerner Samuel, Bordentown ave nr Division, South Amboy 
McLaughlin James, 26 Delafield 
McManus John, 244 Easton ave 
Morris Simeon R. Somerset nr French 
NEW BRUNSWICK HYGIENIC MILK CO. 

Church 
Paulus John, 129 Comstock 
Perdun Leo T. 264 Handy 
Randolph Alexander F. 47 Drift 
Stults Verdine E. F. 384 Comstock 
Wildgoose Charles H. 155 Baldwin 

MILLINERS. 

Adams Delia, 167 Broadway, South Amboy 

Bickel Frances V. 38 Peace 

Bloodgood Nellie W. 355 George 

Blum Henry, 18-20 Church 

Cornell Gertrude, 17 Bayard 

Gallagher Julia C. M. 69 Church 

HIRSH ISIDOR P. 16 Church 

Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



LANDSBERG STORE (The) 386-392 George 

Lewine Marks, 9 Church 

Lindsley R. V. 21 Bayard 

O'Hara Catharine, 172 Broadway, South Amboy 

Rutan Florence Mrs. 86 Bayard 

Suydam Cornelia J. 292 George 

T ALLEY H. & CO. 95 Church 

Van Note & Co. 87 Church 

Wikoff B. M. 'j'j Church 

MINERAL AND SPRING WATERS. 

BISSETT FORMAN C. Whitehead ave opp railroad depot. 
South River 

MINING COMPANY. 

Hudson Reduction Co. 40 Paterson 

MONEY FORWARDERS. 

NYITRAY & PQIvORNY, 85 French 

MOVING PICTURES. 

AAIUSEMENT GARDEN, 20-22 Albany 

Bijou (The) 337 George 

Curran James H. 202 Neilson 

Pastime (The) 99 Church 

Theatorium (The) David nr Broadway, South Amboy 

Unique (The) 208 Neilson 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Ayres Laura A. 43 Albany 

Beekman Harvey B. D. Raritan ave. nr Fourth ave. H. P. 

Clickner Harold S. 70 Huntington 

Conover Howard, 179 Neilson 

Cornell Rae A. 45 Main, South Amboy 

Dayton Elizabeth D. 56 George, South Amboy 

Finley John, 136 Main, South Amboy 

Geitner Eleanor, 43 Albany 

The GOOd^y;^ Aivna HeW, Large Size 

5C. Cigars^ I^^^^Ie continental, Small Size 

FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



We Make Quick Sales* "Why? "We Have the Bargains 

^^ Huiifisn & wiiii)ri6i(i,.rjc?^:or. 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

THEY SELL CAS MACHINES TOO 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 473 



Hart Charles H. 58 Codwise ave 

Hart Frank S. 84 Bayard 

Heberlein Julius G. 8 Condict 

Howitt Addie D. 183 Livingston ave 

Mezey Charles, 63 French 

Nuttman George W. 172 College ave 

Oberbey Clarence, 137 Baldwin 

Pearse Efil M. Main nr Broadway, South Amboy 

Pittman Helen, Adelaide ave. c Raritan ave. H. P. 

Ryan Grace H. 20 Division 

Sansberry Carrie M. 39 Oliver 

Smith Cyrus C. 219 Redmond 

Storer Elizabeth A. 2 First, South Amboy 

Van Deursen Annie C. 120 New 

Wakeham Annie, 63 Schureman 

MUSIC WIRE MANUFACTURERS. 

WEBB WIRE WORKS, 17 Liberty 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. 

Dreier Garrett, 75 Church 

MUSICAL STRINGS. 






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line 

NEWS DEALERS. 

Bowling Richard D. 138 Augusta, South Amibov 

MIDDLESEX NEWS CO. 374 George 

Ruble Martin V. B. 2 Codwise ave 

Schneider Bros. 126 Albanv 

SEIFFERT BROS. 50 Dennis 

Stratton Charles H. N. Y. & L. B. R. R. Station, South Amboy 

L nion News Co. Albanv c Easton ave 



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Shop: 214 Sandford St. 
Residence: 157 Codwise Ave. 



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Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 

Insurance and Investments. Collections of Every Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 GEORGE STREET 'PHONE 695 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Federationist (The) 287 Burnet 

HOME NEWS, fliram c Dennis 

NEW BRUNSWICK TIMES, 201-203 Neilson 

South Amboy Citizen, 27-29 Eirst, South Amboy 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Birmingham Wilham, 158 Stevens, South Amboy 

Edg-ar James A. 349 George 

Fuchs Armin. 83 French 

Plechner George J. 389 George 

POKORNY JOSEPH, 85 French 

Sedam Charles W. Spring c Paterson 

Simmons Charles F. Main nr Pierson, South River 

Towle George C. 417 George 

NOVELTIES. 

Hammell Bros. 103 Church 

NURSES. 

Burke Mary I. 27 Robinson 

Combs Nellie R. 31 New 

Crouse Louisa, Raritan ave. nr Second ave. H. P. 

Danberry Etta, 78 Schureman 

Davison Mary, 72 Schureman 

Foley Mary F. 79 Morrell 

Gardner Louise, 146 Codwise ave 

Kearney Ella S. Raritan ave. nr Third ave. H. P. 

Morrison Sarah E. 176 Baldwin 

O'Connor Edward F. City Hotel 

Oram Mary J. 132 George 

Penny Ellen. 63 George, South Amboy 

Ryder Elizabeth, Nichol ave opp Delevan 

Smith Mary C. 13 Schureman 

Tate Isabel. 247 George 



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BEAM <a CLARE, 362 George Si 



Ready-to-Wear Clothing 

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for Men. Superior to 
Custom Made. 

PEACE STREET 
Tel. 143.R 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS. 

Fanning Thomas J. 349 George 
Leech. Stiles & Co. 381 George 
STILLMAN O. O. 133 Albany 

ODORLESS EXCAVATORS. 

F'risch George, 71 Comstock 
SEBOLT CONRAD. 16 Richmond 

OIL CLOTHS, MATTINCxS, ETC. 

LANDSBERG STORE (THE) 386-392 George 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 
YOUNG P. J. DRY GOODS CO. George c Paterson 

OIL DEALERS. 

Hammell Edward J. 179 French 
Hull A. Eugene, 52 Oliver 
Lynch Bernard, 287 Suydam 

OIL DEALERS (WHOLESALE). 

STANDARD OIL CO. Jersey ave. nr city limits 

OILED CLOTHING. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

OILS, LUBRICATING. 

STANDARD OIL CO. Jersey ave. nr city limits 

OSTEOPATH. 
Coffer George T. 349 George 

PACKING BOX MAKERS. 

Middlesex Box Mfg. Co. 160 Burnet 

Excellent Facilities for 
the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
chine Shop and Repair 
_ ..... Department in Charge 

144.146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. of a First class Mechan- 

flQpnt. for Chalme.r§.D«troit Automobiles. ic 'Phone Connections 



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PAINT MANUFACTURERS. 

NICE EUGENE E. 272-274 S. Second, Phila. Pa. See adv 
top and bottom edges of leaves. 

PAINTERS (COACH AND CARRIAGE). 

DAI RE & SON, 20 Bayard 

Kronemeyer Andrew, 47 David, South Amboy 

Shuck S. J. & Son, 10 Spring 

PAINTERS (HOUSE AND SIGN). 

Acker Andrew, 6 Georges rd 

BARTHOLOMEW HENRY L. 177 Church 

Beekman John, First ave. nr Raritan ave. H. P. 

Brown Lewis D. 119 Bayard 

Cole Harry, Jackson c Holmes ave. South River 

Dunham Harry, 281 Hamilton 

Eden George F. First ave. nr Benner, H. P. 

Glomer John, 15 Robinson 

Gordon John, 33 Duke 

Gray Harry, 198 George 

HEAiHMAN & SCHNEIDER, 163 Hamilton and 39 Robin- 
son 

Howlett Frederick G. 45 John and Augusta nr Broadway, 
South Amboy 

Klein Jacob, 6 Brown 

Lake Thomas R. G. 331 Townsend 

Levenson Samuel, 36 Schureman 

NATIONAL DECORATING CO. 4-6 Church 

Neilson Hans, Division nr Whitehead, South River 

Newman Joseph C. Water c Causeway. South River 

PETTE WILLIAM H. i35i/< Paterson 

REED BROS. 183 Suydam- 

ROMER EDWARD E. 20 Schureman 

Schnatter George, Whitehead ave. nr Serviss, South River 

Stekel Nicholas, 80 Neilson 

TALLMAN & TEN BiROECK. Drift c Redmond 

THOMPSON FRANK B. 181 Redmond 

Tuttle Harold D. Main nr Thomas, South River 

LYONS 6c Py=lRKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



■^ Reaches I | 6,000 1 | Homes 

DfliuY HOME News 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

477 



UNITED PAINT AND WALL PAPER CO. 86 Church 
Zack Abram, 103 Throop ave 

PAINTERS (SIGN). 

BROWN ARTHUR J. 409 George 
ROMER EDWARD E. 20 Schnreman 
SMITH GEORGE D. 17 Carman 
Tunison John E. 25 Liberty 

PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. 

NICE EUGENE E. 272-274 S. Second, Phila. Pa. See adv 
top and bottom edges of leaves 

PAINTS, OILS, ETC. 

BISSETT GEORGE H. 420 George 

Kerr Alfred T. First c Stockton, South Amboy 

MacDowell Harvev, 2.-}^'] Broadway, South Amboy 

MONIGAN JOHN J. 376 George 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

VAN PELT EDWIN, Peace c Church 

PAINTS, OILS, ETC. (WHOLESALE). 

NICE EUGENE E. 272-274 S. Second, Phila, Pa. See adv 
top and bottom edges of leaves 

PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER. 

KALTEISSEN PETER, 16-22 Bartlett 
PAPER HANGERS. 

Brunswick Decorating Co. 185 Neilson 
Eden Augustus N. 9 James 
Eden Decorating Co. 138 New 
Giles Charles M. 86 Hassart 

HEAHMAN & SCHNEIDER, 163 Hamilton and 39 Robin- 
son 
Moore Granville L. 222 Suydam 
NATIONAL DECORATING CO. 4-6 Church 
Pollard Harrv W. 106 French 



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DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES or PAINTS 
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Johnson's Belladonna Plasters 

can be used in the place of all other kinds of 
QPQ-p^ plasters for strengthening, or relieving pain. 
"Give Quicker and Better Effects than /Iny Other IMakc." 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



REED BROS. 183 Suydam 

Reeves Albert R. 289 Redmond 

THOMPSON ERANK B. 181 Redmond 

UNITED PAINT AND WALL PAPER CO. 86 Church 

Way Dunham M. 86 Hassart 

Wehrfritz Leonard, 45 Baldwin 

PAPER (WHOLESALE). 

Fertig Joseph, 282 Burnet 

PATTERN MAKERS. 

Blake William, Third ave. nr Raritan ave. H. P. 

PAWNBROKERS. 

Krueger & Breitkopf, 35-37 Albany 

PHONOGRAPHS. 

MILLER ERANK E. 21 Church 
Montalvo Ramon jr. 209 Neilson 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Kallay Michael, 61 Erench 

Moore Albert T. 409 George 

NYBO PETER, 78 Albany 

Randolph Harry C. E. 319 George 

A"an Derveer Isaac S. 355 George 

V^an Tine Henry, Main nr Reid, South River 

PHYSICIANS. 

Albright John C. 194 Broadway, South Amboy 

APPLEGATE GROVER T. 5 Livingston ave 

Blum Hugo, 20 Church 

Burnett Charles B. John c Broadway, South Amboy 

BUTTLER CHARLES V. 139 Albany 

Condon William J. 336 George 

Cooke Henry G. 7 Livingston ave 

Cronk E. Irving, 9 Livingston ave 

DONOHUE ERANK M. 139 Albany 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SS^offivSls BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHJnGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick c^ 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



479 



Dudley George S. 342 George 

English David C. 363 George 

EUI.NER ELMER H. John nr Broadway, South Amboy 

GROSS HERMAN. Hillside Inn, Metuchen 

Gruessner Anthony, 63 French 

GUTMAN BENJAMIN, 418 George 

Haines Edward E. 176 Broadway and Louisa c Pine ave. 

South Amboy 
HOWLEY B. M. 421 George 
Illes Belag, 155 Bayard 
Long Samuel, 22 Livingston ave 

Meacham Eiigene A. Stevens ave c Augusta, South Amboy 
Meacham Thomas V. 88 Bayard 
Moore William M. 75 Livingston ave 
Morrison Daniel L. i Elm Row 
Rice J. Warren, 48 Paterson 
Riva Ferdinand E. 47 Bayard 
Runyon Laurence P. 422 George 
SAULSBERRY CHARLES E. 75 Livingston ave 
SCHUREMAN JAMES P. 74 Bayard 
SHANNON PATRICK A. 419 George 
Slack Clarence M. 48 Livingston ave 
Slover Sarah. Main nr Gordon, South Amboy 
SMITH ARTHLTR LELAND. 62 Bayard 
Treganowan Ambrose, 74 Main, South Amboy 
Voorhees Howard G. 43 Bayard 
Woods A. L. Main nr Reid, South River 

PIANO AND ORGAN TUNER. 

GEITNER OTTO, 41 Albany 

PIANO CASE MANUFACTURERS. 
MULLIN & WENDT, 176-180 Burnet 
PIANO TUNERS. 



Bohn B. Michael, 7 Delafield 
Cortelvou Howard L. 258 Hale 
GEITNER OTTO. 41 Albany 



SAUNDERS GflRrtG& 

«%i^!^»,.. i^ioior Vehicles 

95-97-33 Carroll Place Cor. 



Middlesex Motor Company 
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Telephone 
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Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Hart William E. 115 Bayard 

Slater Elmer C. Raritan ave. nr Second ave. H. 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 



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Rrunton Andrew, 163 Broadway, South Amboy 

DUNHAM JOHN R. 131 Church 

GEITNER OTTO, 41 Albany 

Gibeson Bros. 361 George 

KAY THOAIAS & SON, 1 1 Paterson 

MATHUSHEK & SON PIANO CO. 56 Church 

Parisen Harry, 201 David, South Amboy 

Steins Frederick W. Stevens ave. nr Main, South Amboy 

PICTURE DEALERS. 

Capek J. & Co. 249 Henry, South Amboy 
Hendler Joseph, 72 Dennis 

PICTURE FRAMES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 
Reed W. R. 380 George 
SEIFFERT BROS. 50 Dennis 

PIPE AND FITTINGS. 

(Cast, Wrought and Brass.) 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

PLANING MILLS. 

CRONK MFG. CO. 137-141 Burnet 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 181 Burnet 

PLUMBERS. 

ABRAMS WALTER N. 138 Church 

BANKER EDWARD, 53 Mine 

Beekman Isaac, First ave. nr Raritan ave. H. P. 

BENNETT WILLIAM A. Main, Metuchen 

Corrigan Thomas, 281 Suydam 

Currv Charles J. 103 Townsend 



J. F. Bernhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. ^ Talmadge St. 



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Carting, Grading. Excavating 
Building Moving. Telephony 



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Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage LodLns 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Dey Charles R. 19 Bayard. 

Dobson Plumbing and Heating Co. 129^ Bayard 

Donnelly John, 26 Central ave 

FINK FREDERICK, 148 Neilson 

Finnan Thomas, 47 French 

Gullivan Philip J. Stevens ave. nr David, South Amboy 

Hefferty James F. 21 Throop ave. and 66 Remsen ave 

Newell James V. 71 Second, South Amboy 

Lovely Thomas, 252 Broadway, South Amboy 

McCormick Charles & Son, 31 Hiram 

McFADDEN M. 301 Burnet 

McKeag George A. 87 Albany 

McManus John J. 140 Somerset 

Monaghan Patrick J. 168 Broadway and 120 David, South 

Amboy 
Monaghan William, 162 Broadway, South Amboy 
PAYTON & WELKER, 173 New 
PRICE H. M. SONS, 249-255 Burnet 
Reilly Elmer V. 135 Somerset 
RUCK FRED, 150 Bayard c New 
Schantz Frank J. no John, South Amboy 
Skewis Samuel G. 78 Louis 

Smalley Henry, Causeway nr Water, South River 
Smalley Robert, Washington nr Ferry, South River 
SMALLEY WILLIAM & BRO. 33 Albany 
Stokes, Frank C. 144 Redmond 
Wickers A. George jr. 144 Easton ave 
WILSON R. VAN ZANDT, 169 Neilson 

PLUMBERS' AND TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 
POOL AND BILLIARD ROOMS. 

Demarest George A. 7 Codwise ave 

EMILIUSSEN SIGVARD, Broadway c First, South Anboy 

Fitzgerald James, 15 French 

Hopkins Ezek W. 425 George 

Juronics Joseph, 263 Neilson 

Kennedy John, Augusta nr Broadway, .South Amboy 



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Telephone 609 



PAUL F. WILLIAMS 
Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 

Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 

Business Opportunities Appraisals 

413 GEORGE ST. Phone 695 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Kohut John, 24 Somerset 
McGovern Daniel, 273 Neilson 
Rampone Joseph, 147 Remsen ave 
Searvas Louis, 83^^ French 

POULTRY DEALERS. 

Donaldson Poultry Farm, Cedar ave. nr limits, H. P. 
HIGHLAND PARK DAIRY, Harrison ave. c Highland ave. 

H. P. 
Sohatzman Benjamin, 220 Burnet 

POULTRY SUPPLIES. 

LFDERER SAMUEL & SON, Somerset nr Mile Run Brook 
and Burnet nr city limits 

PRINT BLOCK CUTTERS. 

Burton & Richardson, 76 Carman 

PRINTERS (BOOK AND JOB). 

Brooks Howard G. 313 George 

HEIDINGSFIELD JULIUS, 42 Albany 

HOME NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Hiram c Dennis 

Hubbard Edward J. 291 George 

McMURTRY E. J. & CO. 153 Church 

Middlesex Press, 287 Burnet 

MORRISON & BLUE PRINTING CO. (Inc.) 7 Bethany 

Roll Melford N. 27-29 First, South Amboy 

TIMES PUBLISHING CO. 201-203 Neilson 

Whitehead Samuel R. Whitehead ave. nr Elizabeth, South 

River 
Zahn Frank L. 12 Dennis 

PRODUCE DEALERS. 

Burnet 



Fleischman Abraham, 193 
Gordon Frank, 145 Burnet 
Hoddeson Benjamin, 233 Burnet 
Weingart Andrew M. 114 Church 



IF YOU ARE 
A JUDGE OF 



SHOES, Comparison will force you 
==== to buy your Shoes of us. 

BEAM (H CLARE, 362 George St. 



;S BEARS BROS. 



For Your Most 

UP-TO-DATE 



Ladies' Garments 



BEARS BROS. 

19 Peace St. Tel. 143-R 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



483 



PRODUCE DEALERS (WHOLESALE). 

Feller Joseph, 2"] Schureman 
Freedman Joseph H. 129 Burnet 

PROPRIETARY MEDICINES. 

JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Neilson ab Hamilton 

PROVISION DEALERS. 

GEBHARDT BENJAMIN F. Raritan ave. nr Second ave. 

H. P. 
Hollfelder Alartin, Leland ave. nr George, South River 

PUBLISHERS. 

HEIDINGSFELD JULIUS, 42 Albany 
HO'ME NEWS PUBLISHING CO. Hiram c Dennis 
Roll Melford N. 27-29 First, South Amboy 
TIMES PUBLISHING CO. 201-203 Neilson 

REAL ESTATE. 

Buckelew Charles S. Florence a c Bordentown ave. So. Amboy 
CAMPBELL CHARLES C. P. O. Building, Metuchen 
CRAMER CALEB H. 349 George 
EDGAR JAMES A. 349 George 
Fisher Charles, 137 Church 
Frankenberg Frank B. 186 Seaman 
Fulton-Gordon Co. P. O. Building, South Amboy 
George Street Realty Co. 363 George 
HABEDANK BROS. 417 George 
HARKINS & VICTORY, 389 George 
HOGAN & BARNWELL, 43 Paterson 
HOME REALTY CO. 86 Church 
HULLFISH & WHITFIELD, 46-48 Paterson 
JELIN MICHAEL, 391 George 
JUDGE ROBERT P. Main nr Ferry, South River 
Levin Samuel L. 361 George 

LIVINGSTON MANOR CORPORATION, Highland ave. 
H. P. 



N6W Brunswick GaraoB 



JOHN WEICEL, Jr.. Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

floent for Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



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the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



LYONS BROS. 417 George 
LYONS WARREN K. 379 George 
McDonald Harry A. lo Scott 
Metzrath William T. 314 George 
Moore Frank M. 70 Schureman 
O'CONNOR MICHAEL, 364 George 
PARKER & WATSON, 102 Church 
Pratt-Brown Co. 176 Broadway, South Ambov 
STEVENSON BORNT, 381 George 
Sullivan & Housell, 229 Neilson 
TOTTEN LAFFERD, 381 George 
TOWLE GEORGE C. 417 George 
Wickers A. George, 144 Easton ave 
\\TLLL\MS PAUL F. 413 George 
Williamson M. L. 393 George 
WRIGHT J. BROGNARD, 355 George 

RED CANVAS BELTING. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

REFRIGERATING AND ICE MAXING MACHINERY. 

BRUNSWICK REFRIGERATING CO. end of Jersey ave 

REFRIGERATORS. 

BRUNSWICK REFRIGERATING CO. end of Jersey ave 

RESTAURANTS. 

Anderson John T. 34 Hiram 

Bast Mary, 45 Dennis 

Cook Alfred J. 53 Hiram 

Cruse Annie, 20 French 

Fate Jesse, 18 Hiram 

Fate John H. 167 Neilson 

Fekete Gabriel, 99 French 

GRAPIAM & McCORMICK, 74-76 Church 

Henkoczy lohn, 5 Easton ave 

Hockdorf Max, N. J. & L. B. R. R. Station, South Amboy 



LYONS 6c Ff\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



1^ Reaches ■ | 6,000 1 I Homes 

DfliLY Home Ntws 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium In Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

485 



Kjersgaard John, 407 George 
Landrum John, 60 Hiram 
SCHEIDIG LEONARD, 135 Albany 
SCHUGK OTTO L. 412 George 
SCHUSSLER'S, 378 George 
Stroumtsos Bros. 20-22 Spring 

ROOFERS. 

Bergen CorneHus J. 57 Railroad ave 
HUSTON WILLIAM J. 168 New 

ROOFING DUCK. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

RUBBER HOSE AND BELTING. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

RUBBER MANUFACTURERS. 

India Rubber Co. 20 Washington 

RUBBER PACKING. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this lint 



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UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Little Burnet 

SADDLERS' SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

SAIL MAKERS' SUPPLIES. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. The 
only house properly equipped for this line 

"^':!:",^:::Z"i:ii'"' Drugs and Medicines 

at MONIGAN'S PHARMACY, 
376 George St. Phone S49. ^°" ""f/iJSg.lSSSg '"»" ""^ 
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Better than Other Kinds of Plasters 

TO RELIEVE PAIN 



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SALOONS. 

Allgair George, Reid nr Main, South River 

JJachnian Charles E. Main nr Reid, South River 

Begza Frank, Prospect ab Florence, South River 

EbLLOFF JOHN C. ii Albany 

BISSETT FORMAN C. Whitehead ave. opp Rairoad depot, 
South River 

liraney John J. 85 First, South Amboy 

Brennan John H. 31 Throop ave 

Callan Anna A. 276 Neilson 

CHONIvA STEPHEN, 246 Neilson 

Christvich Joseph, Augustus c N: Y. & L. B. R. R. South Am- 
boy 

Clelland John, 169 French 

Cox James B. 131 Easton ave 

Coyne Christopher, 37 Bartlett 

Curran James H. 204 Neilson 

Curran John J. 132 Somerset 

CUSICK WILLIAM, 55 Hiram 

Daly John F. loi Remsen ave 

Dembenski John, Main nr Reid, South River 

DEN HARD CHARLES E.. Main c Lake Front, Milltown 

Domzal Frank, 70 Augusta, South Amboy 

Donohue Mary A. 117 Remsen ave 

Donovan Jeremiah, 113 Somerset 

EMILIUSSEN SIGVARD, Henry c C. R. R. South Amboy 

Fallon Patrick J. Augusta c Rosewell ave. South Amboy 

Farrington Patrick, 120 Burnet 

FELL ISAAC, 125 Albany 

FITZMORRIS JAMES F. 116 David, South Amboy 

Flynn John J. 148 Broadway, South Amboy 

Gilliland James, 253 French 

Ginter Christina, 122 Broadway, South Amboy 

Glickman Philip, 270 Burnet 

Goggin William, Jackson nr Gordon, South River 

Granser Stephen, 106 Somerset 

Greenewald Charles, 124 Albany 

Groben & Moore, 132 Albany 

ROLhE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SulcrolfivSls BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER. TIMBER. SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Crejini Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

487 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



GROSS DAVID, Main, Metuchen 
Gunkel Catharine, Pine ave. c George, South Arniboy 
Gushue M. J. 87 David, South Amboy 
Harkins John J. 134 Albany 

Haussennan G. Frederick, Causeway nr Water, South River 
Howarth Stephen, Jackson nr Obert, South River 
Holthausen John jr. Washington nr Obert, South River 
JAQUES WILLIAM C. 74 Dennis 
Johnson Christian, Wilham nr June, South River 
Juhasz Joseph, 20 Somerset- 
Juhasz Louis, 299 Neilson 
Kellett James, 36 New- 
Kelly Keiran P. 109 Easton ave 
Kenah Patrick F. 190 Broadway, South Amboy 
Klauser Pauline, River c Klauser's la. South River 
Kocher Joseph, 12 French 
Lasko John, 213 Augusta, South Amboy 
LAWLESS JAMES, Main, Metuchen 
Lebowitz J. 168 Broadway, South Amboy 
Leppert George F. 128 Remsen ave 
Leppert WilHam M. 48 Lee ave 
LINDBERG OTTO W. Main, South River 
Lisiak W. Centre c Cedar, South Amboy 
Lukie John, Conover nr Alpine, South Amboy 
Lyons Thomas, 136 Augusta, South Amboy 
Lvons Thomas A. 35 Wyckoff 
McCaffrey JOHN, 427 George 
McElarney Thomas J. 267 Neilson 
MANLEY THOMAS A. 19 Albany 
Martin Ira B. Broadway c Henry, South Amboy 
MAY ADOLPH, Albany c Peace 
MEINZER FRANK, 171-175 Broadway c Augusta, South 

Amboy 
Metz Charles, 39 Hiram 
MONAGHAN CHARLES E. 2022 Albany 
Murray Michael J. 25 Ridgeway ave. South Amboy 
Nason Frank O. 18 Dennis 
New Mary, 159 Throop ave 
Newman John, 21 French 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



NORTON JOHN F. 67 Albany 

Novak Anton, Feltus nr Washington ave. South Amboy 
O'Connor Edward J. 181 Broadway, South Amboy 
Olchaskey Joseph, Whitehead ave. c Araistrong ave. South 

River 
Papp James, 324 Seaman 
Pierce Annie, 51 Codwise ave 

Quad Frederick H. Washington nr Ferry, South River 
Queenan Thomas, 314 Suydam 
Quinn Joseph, 7 Albany 
kappleyea Harry F. 53 Easton ave 
Rea James W. 156 Broadway, South Amboy 
Ringel Abraham, 109 French 
Rowland John, 204 Commercial ave 
Schak Alexander, Whitehead ave. nr Armstrong ave. South 

River 
Scheidig Leonard, 135 Albany 
SCHUCK OTTO L. 412 George 
SEGGEL GEORGE W. Main, Sayreville 
Segrave Robert, 141 Stevens ave. South Amboy 
Shapiro Charles, 114 Burnet 
Sharkey James, 161 Albany 
Smith David F. 191 Burnet 
Smith John A. 123 French 
Smith Mary A. 272 Neilson 
STAHLIN JOSEPH J. 79 Albany 
Stenger William, 153 French 
Steuerwald Charles, Bordentown ave. nr Broadway, South 

Amboy 
Sturm A. & Co. Main nr Reid, South River 
Suratkoski Frank, 126 Stevens ave. South Amboy 
Szafalowicz Felix, 121 Augusta, South Amboy 
Tenneson Peter F. 174 Easton ave 
TOFT HANS, Raritan ave. nr Seventh ave. H. P. 
\'iereck Mary, 115 Albany 
Voorhees Charles R. 155 Neilson 
Waelde John L. 208 Burnet 
Waldroff Martin, 5 Peace 
Walker Charles H. 53 French 



The Good^ 
5g. Cigars'^ 



Anna Held, Large Size 

Little Continental, Small Size 



FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. 



See page xxx. 



We Make Quick Sales. Why? We Have the Bargains 

i-Si— ■ Huiiiisti & wiiiiri6id,rji't.rs 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

THEY SELL CAS MACHINES TOO 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 489 

Welsh Michael, 32 First, South Amboy 

Wentzel Emma J. 8-10 Ridgewood ave. South Amboy 

Wiater Martin, 240 Henry, South Amboy 

Willett Charles W. Ferry nr Jackson, South River 

Yates Bros. Jackson nr. Ferry, South River 

Young' & Son, 185 French 

ZIMMERMAN B. MRS. 236 Burnet 

Zoller Joseph, 28 Peace 

Zoller Lambert, 135 French 

SAND DEALERS. 

Whitehead Bros. Bordentown ave. c Highland ave. South Am- 
boy 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

BUTTLER HOWARD V. & CO. 75 John 
CRONK MFG. CO. 137- 141 Burnet 

SCAVENGERS. 

FRISCH GEORGE, 71 Comstock 
SEBOLT CONRAD, 16 Richmond 



SCENERY LINEN. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Phila. 
only house properly equipped for this line 



The 



SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, ETC. 

ANABLE THE MISSES, 66 Bayard 

International Correspondence Schools of Scranton, 349 Church 
RUTGERS COLLEGE, Hamilton, George and College ave 
Rutgers College Preparatory School (boarding department) 
230 Hamilton 

SCRAP IRON. 

NEW BRUNSWICK IRON AND METAL CO. Renisen 
ave. c Powers 



flaron E. Horner 



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Jobbing Promptly Attended To 
2f4Sandford St. Residence: 157 Codwise Ave. 



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Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 

Insurance and investments. Collections of Every Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 GEORGE STREET 'PHONE 695 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



SEWING MACHINES. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co. 309 George 
Wardell Lillian L. 50 Albany 

SHIP CHANDLERS AND BOAT SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 

Mark & Davison, Washington nr Otoert, South River 

SHOE MANUFACTURERS. 

Middlesex Shoe Co. 53 Washington 

SHOW CARDS. 

BROWN ARTHUR J. 409 George 
SMITH GEORGE D. 17 Carman 

SIGNS. 

BROWN ARTHUR J. 409 George 
SMITH GEORGE D. t; Carman 

SLATE, BLACKBOARD, STEPS, ETC. 

HUSTON WILLIAM J. 168 New 

STABLE SUPPLIES. 

EGGERT GEORGE J. Main c Amboy ave. Metuchen 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

■ STAIR BUILDERS. 

BUTTLER HOWARD V. & CO. John ft Morris 
CRONK MFG. CO. 137-141 Burnet 
Van Doren Cornelius C. 2 Schuyler 

STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. 

MIDDLESEX TRANSPORTATION CO. J. & J. Dock 



IF YOU ARE 
A JUDGE OF 



SHOES, Comparison will force you 
-^ to buy your Shoes of us. 

BEAM <a CLARE, 562 George St. 



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BEARS BROS. 



Ladies' Garments 



For Your Most 

UP-TO-DATE 

BEARS BROS. 

19 Peace St. Tel. 143-R 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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STEAM FITTERS. 

ABRAMS WALTER N. 138 Church 
BANKER EDWARD, 53 Mine 
BENNETT WILLIAM A. Main, Metuchen 
PAYTON & WELKER. 173 New 

STEAMSHIP AGENTS. 

Csipo Louis. Main nr Thomas, South River 

Ledwon John W. Jackson opp Hohnes ave. South River 

NYITRAY & POKORNY, 85 French 

STONE aUAREJES. 

DELAWARE RIVER QUARRY & CONSTRUCTION CO. 
389 George 

STORAGE WAREHOUSES. 

EMPIRE STORAGE CO. Sandford nr Tersev ave 

NEW BRUNSWICK STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO. 18- 

20 Drift 
RUTGERS STABLES. 39-41 Easton ave 
Volkert Lorenz, George c Carroll pi 

STOVES, OIL HEATERS, COOKERS, ETC. 

BENNETT WILLIAM A. Main, Metuchen 
GLOBE FURNITURE CO. 203 Neilson 
McFADDEN M. 301 Burnet 
PRICE'S H. M. SONS, 249-55 Burnet 
STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

TAILORS. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 
Attinger Morris, 91 New 
Baltin Julius, 214 Neilson 
Beck Peter J. 18 Easton ave 
Carmelo Vasi, 245 Burnet 
Connor Joseph, 127 Albany 
Dangler Philip H. ]\Iain nr Thomas, South River 

Excellent Facilities for 
the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
chine Shop ana Repair 
Department in Charge 
J. of a First Class Mechan- 
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N6W Brunswick Garaoe 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, NeiV Brunswick, 

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Geant August, 36 First, South Amboy 

Giaquinto Alexander, John nr Broadway. South Amboy 

Josten Charles N. 56 Albany 

Kornbluth Benjamin, 90 Church 

Levin Benjamin J. Henry nr C. R. R. South Amboy 

Levin Mollie, 15 Easton ave 

MASSING MICHAEL, 77 Albany 

Meitzler Philip, 19 Richmond 

Packer Jacob, 363 George 

PUSTELNICK NATHAN, 324 Burnet 

Rodbortt Julius, 35 Peace 

Sassaman Reuben, George nr Reid, South River 

Schwartz Leon, 39 John 

Schwarz Henry, Klauser's la nr Ferry, South River 

Volkert Charles, 102 Church 

VOLKERT EMIL, 359 George 

Zotti Tony, 166 Throop ave 

TEAS AND COFFEES. 

Ceylon & China Tea Co. 57 Church 

Gdldenberg Max, 45 Albany 

GRAND UNION TEA Co. 25 Church 

GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. 366 George 

Marks Mortimer, 24 Paterson 

Star Tea Co. 14 Jersey ave 

Van Dyk James Co. 15 Church 

Van Norden John, Main nr Gordon, South River 

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 

Postal Telegraph Cable Co. 89 Albany 
Western LTnion Telegraph Co. 411 George 

TELEPHONE COMPANY. 

NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY TELEPHONE CO. 138 
Albany and 125 Church 

TENTS. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill, Philadel- 
phia. The only house properly equipped for this line 

LYONS Sc PfVRKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading: 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



1^ Reaches ■ | 6,000 1 I Homes 

Daily Home Ntws 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

493 



TERRA COTTA WORKS. 

Great Eastern Clay Co. R. R. Railroad nr borough limits, So. 

River 
Lyle Clay Works, R. R. Railroad nr Borough limits. So. River 
South Amboy Terra Cotta Co. Broadway & Louisa, So. Amboy 

THEATRES, HALLS, ETC. 

Allgair's Hall, Reid nr Main. South River 

AMUSEMENT GARDEN. 20-22 Albany 

Amusement Park, French and Bethany 

Armorv Hall, 283 Burnet 

BIJOU THEATRE, 337 George 

Columbia Hall, Somerset c Division 

Grand Army Hall, Post No. 67, 91 Morris 

Knights of Pvthias Hall, First c Stockton, South Ambov 

NEW BRUNSWICK OPERA HOUSE, 22 Liberty 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 148 Neilson 

Rutgers College Athletic Grounds, 159 College ave 

Salvation Army Hall, 135 Neilson 

Yates' Central Hall, Jackson nr Ferry, South River 

TILES. 

CRONK MFG. CO. 137-141 Burnet 

New Brunswick Tile Co. Allen's la nr Georges rd 

TIN-SMITHS. 

BENNETT WILLIAM A. Main, Metuchen 
Carberry James, 38 First, South Amboy 
Hendrickson Ross, Main nr Obert, South River 
SMALLEY WILLIAM & BRO. ss Albany 

TIRES. 

Jefferies Frank W. 60 Albanv 
Michelin Tire Co. Milltown 

TOBACCO AND CIGARS (WHOLESALE). 

New Brunswick Stripping Co. ^o Commercial ave 
NEW JERSEY TOBACCO CO. 30-32 Albany 

TRADING STAMPS. 

SPERRY & HUTCHIXSOX CO. (The) 1Q3 Neilson 



Only the Best and Most Reliable Paints, Stains, 
Enamels, and Varnishes, at the Lowest Prices, 

Jiu'-ND^AT Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George St. 

'Ph9.n« 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 



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Allen Patrick, Jackson c Obert, South River 

Armstrong Robert A. Whitehead ave nr Armstrong ave. South 

River 
BERNHARDT JOHN F. 140 Ward c Lee ave and Talmadge. 

'Phone 
Bowen John, 28 Plum 

Churchill James, Jackson c Washington. South River 
CORNISH A. BARTON, Main opp P. O. Bldg. Metuchen 
EMPIRE TRUCKING CO. Sandford nr Jersey ave 
Flavell Trucking Co. 16 Lee ave 

Perrine Walter A. George nr Virginia ave. South River 
Masterson William J. 22 Prosper 

MIDDLESEX TRANSPORTATION CO. 86-90 Albany 
Schmidt George, 17 Oliver 
SEBOLT CONRAD, 16 Richmond 
Serviss Voorhees. Stevens nr George, South River 
Sprague Edward P. Pine ave c Portia, South Amboy 
Van Doren Aaron. 53 Senior 
Van Liew H. B. Sons, 8 Spring 
VAN SICKEL WILLIAM L. Codwise ave c Seaman and 297 

Redmond 

TRUST COMPANIES. 

MIDDLESEX TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST COM- 
PANY, George c Paterson 
NEW BRUNSWICK TRUST COMPANY, 352 George 

TUBES (COLLAPSIBLE). 

TURNER JOHN S. Raritan ave nr Second ave. H. P. 

TYPE WRITER SUPPLIES. 

New Process Ribbon Mfg. Co. (Inc.) Third ave nr Wayne, 

H. P. 
Pen Carbon Manifold Co. 65 Mine 

UMBRELLA REPAIRERS. 

Gillam John W. 50 Albanv 
Wheatley A. & Co. 83 Albany 

ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 18! BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SrK^ffivVrfes BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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UMBRELLAS FOR WAGONS. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS, 1021-23 Callowhill. Philadel- 
phia. The only house properly equipped for this line 

UNDERTAKERS. 

HARDING WILLIAM F. 100-102 Somerset 

HERBERT & MOKE. 53 Morris 

HUBBARD JOHN V. 25 Bavard 

McDEDE WILL J. 23-25 Easton ave 

McCarthy M. A. Augusta nr Stevens ave. South Ambov 

MARTIN A. J. Ill French 

Monaghan James T. Bordentown ave nr Stevens ave. South 

Amboy 
Morgan William, Main nr Ferry, South River 
OUACKENBOSS WILLIAM H. 98-100 Albany 
Scully John J. Stevens ave nr David. South Amboy 

UNDERWEAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Acme Underwear Co. 250 Broadway, South Amboy 
Norfolk & New Brunswick Hosiery Co. Neilson c Hamilton 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Chamberlin Joseph D. 49 Morris 

Cwin Louis ]. 78 Church 

Gross Joseph, 297 George 

HINGHER EDWARD, 1 16-122 Neilson 

Meserik Max, Reid nr Main, South River 

Williamson John L. 257 George 

Ziegler Jacob, 124 Neilson 

VARNISH MANUFACTURER. 

NICE EUGENE E. 272-274 S. 2nd, Philadelphia. (See adv 
top and bottom edges of leaves) 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

BELLOFF LOUIS J. 9 Albany. 'Phone 441 J 
Loblein Eldon L. 172 Somerset 



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Motor V6lllGl6S 



Charging, Storage, 
Repairs, Sundries 
Supplies. 
95-97,9? Carroll Place Cor. 



Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
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Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 

George St., Neiv Brunswick, N. j. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



WAGON COVERS. 

HUMPHRY'S R. A. SONS. 1021-23 Callowhill Philadel- 
phia. The only house properly equipped for this line 

WAGONS AND WAGON MATERIALS. 

DAIRE & SON, 20 Bavard 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

WITTY WILLIAM C. 25 Dennis 

Wobbe Bros. John c Morris 

WAIL PAPER MACHINES. 

Waldron John Co. Highland Park 

WALL PAPER MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS. 

JANEWAY & CARPENDER, Livingston Manor, H. P. 
JANEWAY & CO. Water, Washington and Somerset 

WHEELWRIGHTS' SUPPLIES. 

STRONG HARDWARE CO. 289-293 Burnet 

WHITE LEAD MANUFACTURER. 

NICE EUGENE E. 272-274 S. 2nd, Philadelphia, Pa. (See 
adv top and bottom edges of leaves) 

WHITE METAL GOODS MANUFACTURER. 

TURNER JOHN S. Raritan ave nr Second ave. H. P. 

WINDOW CLEANERS. 
New Erunswick Window Cleaning Co. 363 George 

WINDOW SHADES. 
Wilcox Silas W. 311 George 

WIRE MANUFACTURERS. 
WEBB WIRE WORKS, 17 Liberty 

WOOD DEALERS. 
Rowland John, 204 Commercial ave 
Sapiro Alexander, 10 Oliver 

YEAST. 

Fleischmann Co. (The) 203 Livingston ave 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave. <a Talmadge St. 



General Goniracior 

Carting. Grading, Excai/ating 
Building Moving. Telephony 



Hulllistl&WtllUl6l(l, «o£'IEi"iiffl 

Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage LoaLns 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



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SUBURBAN DIRECTORY 



HIGHLAND PARK. 

Aaroe Pauline, h Raritan ave c River rd 

Abramson Leonard, boat builder. Cedar ave. h do 

Adler Isaac A. electrician, h First ave nr Raritan ave 

Anderson Harry, cutter, h Third ave nr Dennison 

Anderson Joseph A. barber, h Raritan ave opp engine house 

Amerman Harry, marine engineer, h Raritan ave nr Fourth av 

Amerman Joseph C. milk, Raritan ave nr Fourth ave. h do 

Archer James B. shoes, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 

Atkins Thomas, bookkeeper, h Dennison nr Fourth ave 

Atkinson Condit D. private secretary, h Benner nr First ave 

Atkinson Frank, student, h Benner nr First ave 

Austin Arthur, clerk, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Austin Henry, clerk, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Ayers Frank, milk, Cedar ave nr Johnson, h do 

Baier Edwin, bookkeeper, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Baldwin Elizabeth R. h Adelaide ave 

Baldwin George V. N. jr. lawyer, h Adelaide ave 

Baldwin Henry R. chemist, h Adelaide ave 

Baldwin Margaret B. h Adelaide ave 

Ballou Nellie, widow Charles, steward N. B. Golf Club, h 

River rd 
Baptist Chapel, Raritan ave c Second ave 
Barlow Hester, h Fourth ave c Magnolia ave 
Barlow Joseph H. clerk, h Fourth ave c Magnolia ave 
Barlow William, foreman, h Fourth ave c Magnolia ave 
BARNWELL RICHARD F. contractor and mason. Fourth 

ave nr Raritan ave. See adv p xi. 
Beardsley Helen, widow, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 



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Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 

Real Estate in Every County In New Jersey 

Business Opportunities Appraisals 

413 GEORGE ST. 'Phone 695 



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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



Beardsley Ralph B. h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
Bedford George, emp C. F. Jar Co. h Fifth ave nr Benner 
Beekman Emma, widow John, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Beekman Harvey V. D. music teacher, h Raritan ave nr Fourth 
Beekman Isaac, plumber. First ave nr Raritan ave. h do 
Beekman John, painter, First ave nr Raritan ave. h do 
Beekman Richard M. clerk, h Raritan ave nr Fourth ave 
Bell Charles, mariner, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Bennett Arabelle, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Bennett George, machinist, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Berg Thomas, architect, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Bergwell Gustav, ironworker, h Montgomery nr Third ave 
Berlineke Ernest, butcher, h Third ave nr Raritan ave 
Bissett George, druggist, h Raritan ave c Third ave 
Blake Andrew, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Blake William, patternmaker. Third ave nr Raritan ave. h Rar- 
itan ave nr Third ave 
Blakeney Edward, knitter, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Blakeney George, knitter, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Blakeney Herbert, presser, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Blakeney Lillian, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Blakeney Moses C. cutter, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Blakeney William, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Blinkhorn John, clerk, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Bond Charles, piano case maker, h Benner nr Second ave 
Bond Robert L. foreman, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
Booth B. Frank, h 6 Grant ave 

Boyd Helen, widow Ralph, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
Boyle John G. h 2 Grant ave 

Bramwell Rupert B. adv. mgr. Michelin Tire Co. h 19 Lin- 
coln ave 
Braun Louis F. (Braun & Valentine) h Cedar ave nr limits 
Braun & Valentine (Louis F. Braun and Mary D. Valentine) 

props. Donaldson Poultry Farm, Cedar ave nr limits 
Burg Hannah, h Raritan ave c River rd 
Burns Alan E. student, h Raritan ave c Second ave 
Burns William E. salesman, h Raritan ave c Second ave 
Carlin Matthew, printer, h Raritan ave c Third ave 
Carr John, u ndertaker, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 

The HURLEY SHOE for MEN at $5.00 

Is the BEST SHOE Proposition for the 
price ever built out of shoe Jeather 

BEAM <a CLARE, 362 George Si. 



;rp„rp;;.':r-'*^i'j ladies' or men's clothing at 

R^arQ RroQ i^ peace street, 

MJ^^i ^ 1^1 \/^«5 New Brunswick, N. J. 'Phone 143-R 



HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



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Carter Charles, engineer, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Carter Daniel, molder, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Carter Dorothy, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Chineny Isaac H. h Fourth ave c Montgomery 
Clugston John D. colormixer, h Raritan ave c Third ave 
Clugston Samuel, colormixer, h Raritan ave c Third ave 
Clugston Samuel M. colormixer, h Raritan ave c Third ave 
Conger George O. mason, Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave. h do 
CONOVER ANDREW J. pres. Enterprise Laundry Co. Ltd. 

h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Conover Charles F. engineer, h 30 Grant ave 
Conover George, civil engineer, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Conover John D. agt. U. S. Express Co. h Raritan ave nr Fifth 
Conover Louis W. bank clerk, h Fifth ave 
CONWAY MARTIN R. M. contractor and builder, off Rari- 
tan ave. Highland Park limits. R. F. D. No. i 
Conway Ruth M. stenographer, h Fifth ave c Magnolia ave 
Conway Thomas, h Fifth ave c Magnolia ave 
Cook Isaac, farmer, h Benner nr Third ave 
Cordo Frank, clerk, h Magnolia ave nr Second ave 
Cordo John, supt. h Magnolia ave nr Second ave 
COSGROVE DETECTIVE AGENCY, 92 Park Place, New- 
ark, N. J. Charles J. Cosgrove, prin. (See left side mar- 
gins) 
Coyle James, clerk, h Fourth ave c Magnolia ave 
Coyle Jennie, saleslady, h Fourth ave c Magnolia ave 
Coyle John, h Fourth ave c Magnolia ave 
Cragg John T. foreman, h First ave nr Benner 
Cramer Martin L. pur. agt. Michelin Tire Co. h 17 Lincoln ave 
Crawford Alfred, machinist, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Crossley Walter S. machinist, h Fourth ave c Montgomery 
Crouch James, h Fourth ave nr Montgomery 
Cuddy Robert D. clerk, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Dahmer Charles, clerk P. O. h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
DAIRE ARM AND P. (Daire & Son) h Raritan ave nr Third 
DAIRE CHARLES M. (Daire & Son) h First ave nr Benner 
Davis Edwin P. professor, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
DeCamp Lemma, widow William, h Second ave c Magnolia av 
DeHart Harry D. telephone opr, h Fourth ave c Dennison 



N6wBrunswicKGarafl6i 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, 

flaent for Chalmers-Detroit Automobiles. 



Excellent taciiitiesfor 
he Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
chine Shop and Repair 
Department in Charge 
J- of a First Class Mechan- 
ic. 'Phone Connections 



The Quick Relief for Suffering Feet 

Lake Foot Rest 

The Soluble Powder At Druggists 25 Cents 



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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



DeHart John S. conductor, h Fourth ave c Dennison 
DEINZER FRANK G. butcher, Raritan ave nr First ave. h 

Raritan ave c First ave 
Deinzer John G. butcher, h Raritan ave c Cedar ave 
Deinzer Margareta, widow George, h Raritan ave nr Cedar ave 
Delay John H. salesman, h Wayne nr Third ave 
Delay William H. watchman, h Wayne nr Third ave 
Demarest James A. h 23 Lincoln ave 
Demarest Jeanette, h 23 Lincoln ave 
Devan Allan, student, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Devan Emma., h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Devan Fannie, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Devan Oscar, student, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Devan Spencer, surveyor, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Dixon Harold W. student^ h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Donaldson James, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Donaldson Poultry Farm (Braun & Valentine) Cedar ave nr 

limits 
Donomore James, truckman, h Second ave c Harper 
Donomore Mary F. stenographer, h Second ave c Harper 
Donomore William, foreman, h Raritan ave nr Cedar ave 
Dooley Ann, widow Timothy, h Magnolia ave nr Third ave 
Doyle Nicholas, printer, h Johnson nr First ave 
Dunham Albert N. broker, h First ave c Magnolia ave 
Dunham Charles H. dentist, h Raritan ave nr Fourth ave 
Dunham Frank H. salesman, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Dunham Joseph P. h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Earle James R. machinist, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Earle Ralphetta, stenographer, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Easton T. Chalmers (Rev.) h First ave c Johnson 
Eden Edwin W. clerk, h First ave nr Benner 
Eden George F. painter, First ave nr Benner, h do 
Eden John, mixer, h Third ave nr Magnolia ave 
EDGAR JAMES A. real estate, h 28 Grant ave. See adv p iv. 
Elbertson John, needlemaker, h Third ave nr Dennison 
ENTERPRLSE LAUNDRY CO. (Ltd.) River rd nr Raritan 

ave. Andrew J. Conover, pres. ; Jacob H. Hoagland, sec. 

and treas. ; James Hye, mgr. See adv side lines and p. xii. 
Fanning Thomas J. oculist, h 22 Grant ave 

LYONS & Pf\RKE,R, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



|«^ Reaches I | 6,000 1 1 Homes 

DfliuY noME Ntws 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium In Centraj 
New Jersey . . 

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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 

Farrell Samuel G. contractor, h Raritan ave nr Fourth ave 

Finck Ernest, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 

Fisher Frederick W. salesman, h Montgomery nr Third ave 

Fisher Johanna, widow Leopold, h Montgomery nr Third ave 

Fleming Jordan, foreman J. & J. h Dennison nr Fourth ave 

Fleming Herbert, lunch room, h Raritan ave c River rd 

Ford Arthur E. cutter, h Fourth ave nr Montgomery 

Francke William, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 

Fredericks Charles, clerk, h Raritan ave c Third ave 

Fredericks George, h Raritan ave c Third ave" 

Gamble Catharine, h Raritan ave nr Fifth ave 

Gamble John, h Raritan ave nr Fifth ave 

Ganster George, driver, h Brewery 

Garry Bertha, widow Edward, h i8 Grant ave 

Garry Edward B. telegrapher, h i8 Grant ave 

Gavin Alice, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 

GEBHARDT ANTHONY J. grocer, Raritan ave c First ave. 

h do. See adv p xviii 
GEBHARDT BENJAMIN F. grocer and provision dealer, 

Raritan ave nr Second ave. h do 
Gerrity Annie, widow Thomas, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Giles ISert, machinist, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Gold Robert, huckster, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Goodwin Charles, machinist, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Gordon Arthur, papermaker, h Raritan ave nr Fourth ave 
Greenwood Arthur, emp J. & C. h Johnson nr First ave 
Grossbeck John A. h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Haf Strom George J. manager, h 13 Lincoln ave 
Haldy Frederick, sec. and treas. New Process Ribbon Mfg Co. 

Inc. h New York 
Hammann Ralph, h Lincoln ave nr Lawrence ave 
Harra Clarence W. clerk, h Raritan ave nr Eighth ave 
Heageny Charles, foreman, h Raritan nr Fourth ave 
Heath William, hosiery, h 1 1 Lincoln ave 

Henderson Alexander, machinist, h Fourth ave nr Montgomery 
Henderson Thomas, machinist, h Fourth ave c Montgomery 
Herbert Edward W. bookkeeper, h Raritan ave c First ave 
Herbert John, bookkeeper, h Raritan ave c First ave 
Heward Elizabeth L. h 12 Grant ave 

To be SURE of ACCURACY and Just What the Doctor Orders 
in Your PRESCRIPTIONS Take Them to 

MONIOAN THE PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 

Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 
'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan's 

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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



Highland Park Fire Engine Co. Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Highland Park Inn (Hans Toft) Raritan ave & Woodbridge rd 

Highland Park Public School, Second ave c Benner 

Highland Park Reformed Church, Second ave nr Raritan ave 

Hill Clarence, clerk, h Raritan ave c Second ave 

Hill Joseph, foreman, h Raritan ave c Second ave 

Hill Anna, stenographer, h Raritan ave c Second ave 

Hill Edith, stenographer, h Raritan ave c Second ave 

Hillyer Charles, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 

HOAGLAND JACOB H. sec. and treas. Enterprise Laundry 

Co. Ltd. h New Brunswick 
Hogan William, h Montgomery nr Fifth ave 
Hogan William jr. real estate, h Montgomery nr Fifth ave 
Holman William, blockcutter, h Fourth ave c Montgomery 
HOME BREWING CO. Offices, Newark, N. J. Branches, 
Perth Amboy, South Amboy, New Brunswick, Rahway, 
Carteret and South River. See adv top lines in Block Dir. 
Horan John, farmer, h Fifth ave 
Horan Lawrence, h Fifth ave 
Hubbell Henry N. collector, h 15 Lincoln ave 
Hudson Cornelia, widow Frederick, h Adelaide ave nr Rari- 
tan ave 
Hurlbut Elizabeth, widow Charles, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Hurlbut John, engineer, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Hurlbut Sarah, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
HYE JAMES, mgr. Enterprise Laundry Co. Ltd. h New 

Brunswick 
Intemann Arthur H. confectioner, h First ave c Benner 
Intemann John C. confectioner, h First ave c Benner 
Janeway Jacob J. pres. Janeway & Carpender, h 192 Living- 
ston ave. N. B. 
Janeway Lucius P. vice pres. Janeway & Carpender, h 192 

Livingston ave. N. B. 
Janeway & Carpender, wall paper mfrs. Cleveland & Janeway 
aves. Jacob J. Janeway, pres. ; Lucius P. Janeway, vice 
pres. ; George H. Lambert, sec. ; Theodore E. TownsenJ, 
treas. 
Johnson John H. painter, h Second ave nr Raritan ave 
Johnson R. W. h River rd nr P. R. R. 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE. 181 BURNET STREET 

relephoiie 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 

SKlffivSls BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 

LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & McCORSVIICK 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Crejini ]>Ianufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY 



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Johnson William H. (John J. Nealon & Co.) h Adelaide ave 

Jordan Alva T. manager, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 

Kay Lilly E. widow Alexander, h Raritan ave nr Fifth ave 

Kay Marion Miss, h lo Lincoln ave 

Kay Thomas, pianos, h Lincoln ave c Lawrence ave 

Kearney Ella S. nurse, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Kearney Ellen, widow Peter W. h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Kelly John J. teamster, h Benner nr Second ave 

Kenyon Rensselaer C. clerk, h First ave nr Johnson 

Kiessling Frank W. cutter, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Kitchenmeister Addie E. widow Edward, florist. Fifth ave 

Kitchenmeister Arden B. student, h Fifth ave 

Kitchenmeister Ella B. clerk, h Fifth ave 

Kitchenmeister Grace A. h Fifth ave 

Kitchenmeister Roy, florist, h Fifth ave 

Klein William, bartender, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 

Knab Charles, h Second ave nr Woodbridge ave 

Kolb George, h Third ave nr Magnolia ave 

Koop John A. pianomaker, h Cherry c Czar ave 

Krauss Louise, widow Frank, nurse, h Cedar ave c Benner 

Krieger William, supt. h Fourth ave c Benner 

LaBonte Charlotte, widow, h Lincoln ave nr Lawrence ave 

Lambert George H. sec. J. & C. h 209 Townsend, N. B. 

Landreth James B. heaters, h 9 Lincoln ave 

Lang John, h Cleveland ave 

Larason Charles W. salesman, h Woodbridge rd 

Lauber G. Otto T. bookkeeper, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 

Leitheiser Louis, clerk, h Raritan ave nr Cedar ave 

Lenhart Joseph, machinist, h Montgomery nr Fourth ave 

Lester Emily, bookkeeper, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Lindner Arthur, painter, h Montgomery nr Third ave 

Lindner John, carpenter, h Montgomery nr Third ave 

Lindner Otto F. contractor, h Montgomery nr Third ave 

Lockhart Peter S. h 8 Grant ave 

Long Herbert J. water heaters, Cleveland ave. h 5 Lincoln ave 

Lucas Ernest, emp Cronk Mfg. Co. h Fifth ave nr Raritan ave 

Lucas Fielding G. h Fifth ave nr Raritan ave 

Lucas Samuel, machinist, h Fifth ave nr Raritan ave 

Lutz William, insurance, h Raritan ave nr Fourth ave 



SftUNDER'S GftRftGE 

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Telephone 

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95-97-99 Carroll Placin Gor. George St., New Brunswick, N. J. 



New BmnswlGK Storaoe Wareliouse 60. 



New Fire-Proof Annex. 
18 and 20 Drift Street. 



J. S. DAHMER. Sec. and Treas. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 



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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



McCallum Arthur, h First ave c Johnson 
McCallum David, salesman, h First ave c Johnson 
McCallum James, h First ave c Johnson 
McDowell Ellen, h Benner nr First ave 

McEiarney James, bleacher, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
McElarney Margaret, varieties, Raritan ave c Third ave. h do 
McEiarney Thomas, liquors, h Raritan ave c Third ave 
McGregor David, electrical engineer, h Cedar ave nr Benner 
McPhail Hugh, cutter, h Raritan ave c Fourth ave 
MacDonald William, salesman, h First ave c Benner 
Maher Martin, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h Fifth ave 
Malmros Charles, machinist, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Malmros Charles jr. carpenter, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Martin Marietta, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Martin Peter B. h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Mason John, farmhand, h Cedar ave nr limits 
Meeker Herbert B. needlemaker, h Fourth ave nr Montgomery 
Meeks Ludlow C. banker, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 
Merchant Alexander, architect, h Adelaide ave 
Merritt Frank C. manager, h First ave c Benner 
Mershon Joseph V. D. (N. B. Trust Co.) h 25 Lincoln ave 
Messeroll Charles, builder, Raritan ave c Second ave. h do 
Metzrath Frank, chemist, h First ave nr Benner 
Metzrath Sadie, h First ave nr Benner 

Meuhleisen August, buttonmaker, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia 
Meyer Christopher, h Raritan ave nr bridge 
Meyer Kate, widow John C. h Raritan ave nr bridge 
Miller Frederick A. clerk, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Moore James, h Third ave nr Dennison 
Moore John, plumber, h Raritan ave nr Fifth ave 
Mueller A. F. W. (Mueller & New) h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Mueller Frances, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Mueller Sophia, milliner, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Mullen George J. janitor, h 36 Grant ave 
Mullen J. Leo, music teacher, h Third ave nr Dennison 
Mullin Alexander M. (Mullin & Wendt) h Fourth ave nr Rari- 
tan ave 
Mundy Lydia, widow Henry C. h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Murray Frank, h Woodbridge ave 



The Oood^ 
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Anna Held, Large Size 

Little Continental, Small Size 



FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. 



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"We Make Quick Sales* Why? We Have the Bargains 

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Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



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Murray Margaret, widow, h Woodbridge ave 
Murray Thomas, h Woodbridge ave 
Murray William, knitter, h Woodbridge ave 
Nafey Charles, h First ave nr Johnson 

Nagle William E. needlemaker, h Fourth ave nr Dennison _ 
Nagle William W. harnessmaker, h Fourth ave nr Dennison 
Nealon John J. (John J. Nealon & Co.) h 4 Adelaide ave 
Nealon John J. & Co. (John' J- Nealon and William H. John- 
son) elastic arm bands. Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Nelson Julius, prof. Rutgers College, h Adelaide ave 
Nemeht John, carpenter, h Woodbridge ave 
NEW BRUNSWICK BREWING CO. Raritan ave nr Sec- 
ond ave. See adv p xxxv 
New Brunswick Golf Club, Ross Hall, River rd 
New Process Ribbon Mfg. Co. Inc. Third ave nr Wayne. Geo. 

H. Pembroke, pres. ; Frederick Haldy, sec. and treas. 
Nitschke Frederick A. carpenter, h 26 Grant ave 
Nourse Charles, estimating clerk, h Third ave c Dennison 
Nourse Christopher, clerk, h Third ave c Dennison 
Nourse Mary, h Third ave c Dennison 
Oakley George, hardware, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Oberhuber John, driver, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Osborn George A. librarian Rutgers College, h 4 Grant ave 
Osterwald Emeline, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Ouderkirk William T. clerk, h Magnolia ave nr Second ave 
Page Charles P. h Second ave c Magnolia ave 
Page Edward W. electrical engineer, h Montgomery nr 4th :ve 
Palmer John, secretary, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Parker Richard T. (Lyons & Parker) h Adelaide ave 
Parmelee CuUen W. prof. Rutgers College, h Adelaide ave 
Parmelee C. W. Mrs. h Adelaide ave 

Parsell George, conductor, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Parsell Harry, needlemaker, h Fourth ave nr Magnolia ave 
Patton Annie, widow Robert, h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
Peck Grace, h Adelaide ave c Raritan ave 
Pembroke George H. pres. New Process Ribbon Mfg. Co. h 

Adelaide ave 
Pembroke Mary M. h Adelaide ave 
Ferine Mary M. h Fourth ave c Dennison 



6arp6nt6r 

and 
Builder 



ftaron L Horner 

Shop: 214 Sandford St. 
Resi4«i1<;e: 157 Codwise Ave. 



JobDing 

Promptlu 

Attended to 



PAUL F. WILLIAMS 
Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 

Insurance and Intfestments. Collections of Ei/erjr Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 GEORGE STREET PHO NE 695 

506 HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



Perrine William H. janitor, h Cedar ave c Benner 

Pittman Catharine, widow William T. h Adelaide ave c Rari- 

tan ave 
Pittman Helen, music teacher, Adelaide ave c Raritan ave. h do 
Pohl Mary F. widow Max A. h Raritan ave c Fourth ave 
Potter John H. emp J. & J. h Flarrison ave 
Prentiss Robert W. prof. Rutgers College, h Grant ave 
Prentiss Marguerite H. h Grant ave 
Quimby Alfred, reporter, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 
Raaf George F. printer, h Raritan ave nr Cedar ave 
Randolph Alvin, mgr. Meyer's Farm, h Cedar ave nr limits 
Randolph Julia, school teacher 
Randolph Paul 

Ransalear Allen, machinist, h Raritan ave nr Fifth ave 
Redfiekl Benjamin, clerk, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Redfield Carrie, widow Frederick, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Redfield Clara, widow Sydney, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Redfield E. Norton, bookkeeper, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Redfield William, shoemaker, h Fourth ave c Dennison 
Redshaw Benjamin, h 40 Grant ave 
Reed Abram, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Reed Clarence, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Reed George E. h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Reed Sterling, h 38 Grant ave 
Regan Alonzo F. printer h Third ave nr Dennison 
Rice J. Kearney jr. broker, h Adelaide ave 
Robinson Thomas, h 10 Grant ave 
Roder George, laborer h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Roeder Frederick, engineer, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Roeder George H. mgr. Donaldson Poultry Farm, h Cedar ave 

nr limits 
Roeder Walter L. draftsman, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Ruh William, h Second ave c Magnolia ave 
Runshke Joseph, watchman, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Runyon Charles, teacher, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Runyon Edward T. emp D. & R. Canal, h Eighth ave 
Runyon Frank K. lawyer, h 31 Grant ave 
Runyon Walter P. printer, h Raritan ave fir Third ave 
Rupert John II. barber, h Cedar ave c Benner 



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With Just the sort of SHOES ^"^^1,^11"^^° 

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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



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Russell George, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Rnssell Willis W. h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
Schenck Arthur V. lawyer, First ave c Raritan ave. h ft Ade- 
laide ave 
Schenck Edith M. h ft Adelaide ave 
Schenck Edward, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Schenck Emily B. h ft Adelaide ave 
Schenck Sarah E. B. widow Abram, h ft Adelaide ave 
Schultze Charles, carpenter, h Cedar ave nr Benner 
Schuyler Charles H. h Cleveland ave 
Schwab Sarah Y. h Adelaide ave nr Raritan ave 
Seele C. Arthur, clerk, h Lincoln ave 
Selover Elizabeth, widow, h Magnolia ave nr Second ave 
Selover William U. bus. N. Y. h Magnolia ave nr Second ave 
Senker Henry, h Second ave c Johnson 
Senker Peter, plumber, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Senker Peter jr. clerk, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Senker Robert M. polisher, h Second.ave c Johnson 
Senker William G. driver, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Shapiro Jacob, dry goods, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave. H. P. 
Shaw Thomas, bookkeeper, h Second ave nr Raritan ave 
Shinnen James, cigarmaker, h Dennison nr Fourth ave 
Shumway Christiana, widow Harvey, h Fourth ave nr Mont- 
gomery 
Sillcocks Howard (L. T. Ives Co.) h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Slater E. C. piano tuner, also cigars, confections, etc. Raritan 

ave nr Second ave 
Skevington Catharine, h Johnson nr First ave 
Smith John, blacksmith, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Smock Sarah E. widow Nelson D. h First ave c Benner 
Spader William V. bookkeeper, h First ave nr Benner 
Spring Frank E. principal school, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 
Stag William, foreman, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
Stalee William H. h 22, Lincoln ave 
Stalen Joseph, tiremaker, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
State Charles, bookkeeper, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Stelle Harold, cashier, h Third ave nr Dennison 
Stelle Joseph, farmer, h Second ave c Johnson 
Stelle ^^'illiam E. driver, h Wavne nr Third ave 



N6W Brunswick Garafl6»! 

JOHN WEIOEL, Jr., Prop. S" 



Excellent Facilities for 
the Storage and Care 
of Automobiles. 
A Fully Equipped Ma- 
JOHN WEIOEL, Jr., Prop. chine Shop and Repair 

, , . , -^ _, , — . 1 ». wt • . >. . Department in Charge 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. ofa First class Mechan- 

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Stevenson Howard I. hardware, h First ave nr Raritan ave 

Stilwell Alice, bookkeeper, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 

Stults Charles, foreman, h 40 Grant ave 

Stults Frederick, h 40 Grant ave 

Suydam John, clerk, h Wayne nr Third ave 

Swain Victor, plastermaker, h Third ave nr Dennison 

Tallmann Edmund M. jr. broker, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Taylor Frank, student, h Dennison nr Third ave 

Taylor Edna C. stenographer, h Dennison nr Third ave 

Taylor Warren L. plumber, h Dennison nr Third ave 

Taylor William L. carpenter, Dennison nr Third ave. h do 

Tembroeck John D. painter, h Third ave nr Dennison 

Ten Broeck Charles H. grocer, Raritan ave nr Second ave. h do 

Ten Broeck Henry, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Ten Eyck Mvrtle, h Harrison ave c Highland ave 

TEN EYCK WILLIAM W. prop Highland Park Dairy and. 

Highland Park Coal Yard, Harrison ave c Highland ave. 

h do. See adv side lines 
Thatcher William H. printer, h First ave nr Raritan ave 
Tilburg Mary, h Raritan ave nr Fifth ave 

Tindell Alfred S. bookkeeper, h First ave nr Johnson ; 

Toft Hans, hotel, Raritan ave c Woodbridge rd 
Townsend Theodore E. treas. J. & C. h 43 College ave. N. B. 
Turner George S. machinist, h Dennison nr Fourth ave 
Turner Helen M. student, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
TURNER JOHN S. mfr. collapsible tubes, Raritan ave nr 

Second ave. h do. See adv p xxii 
Valentine Mary D. (Braun & Valentine) h Cedar ave nr limits 
Van Arsdale Isaac H. watchman, h Benner nr Second ave 
Van Dyke George, engineer, h Woodbridge ave 
Van Hise Arthur, stairbuilder, h Woodbridge ave 
Van Home Jule, h River rd nr Raritan ave 
Van Mater Augustus B. student, h Second ave nr Benner 
Van Mater Augustus R. supt. h Second ave nr Benner 
Van Vechten George W. manager, h 16 Grant ave 
Van Winkle Clififord, manager, h Adelaide ave 
Venable Edna, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 
Venable George, machinist, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 
V enable George L. printer, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

LYONS <Sc Pf\RKBR, 

New Brunswick's Leading 

Clothiers, Tailors and Furnishers. 



■n^ Reaches ■ | 6,000 ■ I Homes 

Dfliuy HOME News 



HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY 



In Middlesex County 
every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

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Venable Harry, tiremaker, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 

Venable Lillie. stenographer, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 

Venable Winifred, needlemaker, h First ave nr Magnolia ave 

Voelker Otto R. civil engineer, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Volkert Emil, tailor, h Johnson c Cedar ave 

Volkert Lorenz. mayor H. P. h Johnson c Cedar ave 

Vollmarth Louis, brewer, h Brewery 

Voorhees A. Craig, jeweler, h First ave nr Raritan ave 

Voorhees Clarence R. clerk, h First ave nr Raritan ave 

Voorhees Harry B. needlemaker, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 

Voorhees Henry, clerk, h First ave nr Johnson 

Vreeland Lilly, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Vreeland Mindert, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Waldron Edward A. mgr. John Waldron Co. h Harrison ave 

Waldron John Co. mfrs. wall paper machinery, River rd nr 

P. R. R. 
Wallach Moses, confectioner, h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Wallach William, clerk h Cedar ave nr Raritan ave 
Watson Charles, h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 
Watson Russell, probation officer, h Adelaide ave 
Welsh Theodore, clerk, h Raritan ave nr First ave 
Wendt Anna, student, h Lawrence ave c Lincoln ave 
Wendt Frederick, pianos, h Lawrence ave c Lincoln ave 
Werner Charles W. clerk, h Raritan ave nr Third ave 
West Sadie, stenographer, h Benner-nr First ave 
West Theresa, widow William, h Benner nr First ave 
Westcott James F. salesman, h Wayne nr Third ave 
Wheatley Amos, jeweler, h Third ave nr Dennison 
Whitenack Charles, farmer, h Cedar ave nr limits 
Whitlock Abraham, carpenter, h Benner nr First ave 
Whitlock Augustus M. civil engineer, h Raritan ave nr 2d ave 
Whitlock Charles A. carpenter, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Whitlock Frank B. teller, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Whitlock Sarah O. teacher, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 
Whittle George, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 
Whittlesley Watson (Livingston Manor Corporation) h 21 

Lincoln ave 
Williamson Theodore, salesman, h 20 Grant ave 
Winder Charles W. livery, h First ave nr Johnson 



You are protected against inferior quality and excessive prices when you 
malcethis store headquarters for 

DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES or PAINTS 
Monigan's Pharmacy, 376 George Street 

'Phone 549. You Are Safe When You Buy at Monigan'5 





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||Fr^^^^f*l^Hr can be used in tlie place of all other kinds of 

Jlf^rSPOT. l>lasters for strengthening, or relieving pain. 

"Give Quicker and Better Effects than Any Other I*lakc.»» 

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HIGHLAND PARK DIRECTORY. 



Witt Harry, telegrapher, h First ave nr Raritan ave 

Wolff Amelia, h Johnson c Cedar ave 

Wood C. E. h Lawrence ave nr Lincoln ave 

Wright Charles, carpenter, h Second ave nr Woodbridge ave 

Wuest Otto, supt. h Fourth ave nr Raritan ave 

Wyckoff Jane O. widow Isaac, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Wyckoff Wilhelmina, h Raritan ave nr Second ave 

Yoder William, salesman, h 36 Grant ave 

Yorston Francis M. sec'y N. B. Board of Trade, h 14 Grant av 

Zimmerman Paul, farmer, h Cedar ave nr Johnson 

Zimmerman Peter, h Benner nr First ave 

Zonino Albina, widow, h Johnson nr First ave 

Zonino Fred, emp U. S. Rubber Co. h Johnson nr First ave 

Zonino James, printer, h Johnson nr First ave 

Zuest Werner, foreman, h Raritan ave nr Fourth ave 



ROLFE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 

OFFICE, 181 BURNET STREET 

Telephone 420, Burnet St. Office. Telephone 275-W, Baldwin St. Yard. 
Prompt Service 
Quick Deliveries 



BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER 



LUMBER, TIMBER. SHINGLES 



GRAHAM & Mccormick ^ 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Cream Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 



MILLTOWN DIRECTORV. 



511 



CONRAD RICHTER 



Insurance 



Notary Public Commissioner of Deeds 

FORD AVE., MILLTOWN, N. J. 



MILLTOWN. 

Adam John, laborer, h Ford ave 

Adam John jr. laborer, h Ford ave 

Adam Louis, laborer, h Ford ave 

Anderson August, h Washington ave 

Anderson August, laborer, h Kuhlthau ave 

Andres John, painter, h Kuhlthau ave 

Andrews John, farmer, h Riva ave 

Arvie George, laborer, h Church 

Avery Christine, widow, h Ford ave 

Ayers Richard Mrs. 

Ayres Leston M. h Main 

Baier Conrad, laborer, h Main 

Baier Henry, laborer, h Mam 

Banry Goanny, h Church 

Barney J. (Rev.) h Main 

Batzler Emil, laborer, h John 

Bauries Charles, laborer, h Main 

Bauries Fred, bootmaker, h Main 

Beecher Andrew, hostler, h John 

Beecher Charles, watchman, h ]\lain 

Beecher Jonathan, h John 

Beecher William, emp tire wks. h Ford ave 



SflUIHDER'S GftRftGE 

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Charging. Storage, 
Repairs, Sundries 
Supplies. i 

95-97-93 Carroll Place Cor 



Middlesex Motor Company 
Incorporated 

Telephone 
Gasoline, Electric, 

Steam Cars. 
Motor Cycles, Bicycles 
George St., New/ Brunswick, N. J 





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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Concrete Blocks and Ornamental Stone 

Factory: Remsen Ave. and Powers Street. Office : 18-20 Drift Street 



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MILLTOWN DIRECTORY. 



Bieuamann John, farmer 

Binge! Edward, fireman, h John 

Blooming- Theodore, h Main 

Eoessing Simeon, h Main 

Bohl Frank, h Church 

Booraem John V. L. farmer, h Main 

Booraem Van Liew Mrs. h Main 

Bordel Claudius, h Clay 

Bonnet Leonard, farm,er, h Fresh Ponds 

Bormet William, motorman, h Main 

BOYCE FRANK G. prop. Empire Grocery, h Riva ave 

Brandt H. H. farmer, h Washington ave 

Brandt H. H. furniture, h Main 

Breece Jacob, blacksmith, h Kuhlthau ave 

Bright How^ard, h Main 

Bright James, laborer, h Main 

Bright William, emp tire wks. h Main 

Brindle J. M. shipping clerk, h Main 

Brown Daniel, laborer, h Main 

Bruns Cort, laborer, h Clay 

Buhl George, h Main 

Buhl George jr. shoemaker, h Kuhlthau ave 

Buhl Philip, laborer, h Main 

Burke William, laborer, h Main 

Caldwell Alexander, machinist, h Ford ave 

Canter Fred, painter, h Main 

Carr Thomas, laborer, h Washington ave 

Cavalier John, laborer, h Vanderbilt ave 

Chamberlain Leon (Rev.) pastor M. E'. Church, h Main 

Christ Adam, carpenter, h Van Liew ave 

Christ Barthold, patternmaker, h Ford ave 

Christ Ferdinand, baker, h Main 

Christ George, clerk, h Ford ave 

Christ Henry, plumber, h Main 

Christ John, farmer, h Main 

Christ John jr. laborer, h Main 

Christ J. H. carpenter, h Main 

Christ Nicholas, laborer, h Main 

Christ William, carpenter, h Main 



J. F. Berivhardt 

140 Ward Street 
Cor. Lee Ave, ®, Talmadge St. 



General Goniractor 

Carting, Grading, Excavating 
Building IVIoVing. T^I^phpnq 



HUlltlSn&WtllUield, ^^rxlsonjiilldlna 

Real Estate and Insurance Mortgage Loans 

Commissioners of Deeds 'Phone 662-j 



MILLTOWN DIRECTORY. 



513 



Cole George, fireman, h Main 

Collins H. N. emp rubber shop, h Vanderbilt ave 

Collins Ralph, clerk, h Vanderbilt ave 

COSGROVE DETECTIVE AGENCY, 92 Park pi. Newark, 

Charles J. Cosgrove, prin. See adv left side margins 
Crabiel Benjamin, carpenter, h Van Liew ave 
CRABIEL CHiRISTIAiN, groceries and provisions, Main, h 

Ford ave 
Crabiel George, clerk, h School 
Crabiel George E. timekeeper, h Van Liew ave 
Crabiel Joseph M. emp P. R. R. h School 
Crabiel Susie, school teacher, h Ford ave 
Crenning Clarence, clerk, h Main 
Crenning Edward, mail carrier, h Main 
Crenning E. E. druggist, Main 
Crenning Henry, h Main 
Crenning William A. clerk, h Main 
Crenning W. H. emp rubber shop, h Main 
DeHart Howard S. clerk, h Ford ave 
DeHart Jacob, conductor, h Main 
DeHart William, laborer, h Riva ave 
Deiner John, farmer, h Sand 
DENHARD CHARLES E. prop. Denhard's Hotel, Main c 

Lake Front, h do 
DENHARD'S UNION HOTEL, Main and Lake Front. 

Charles E. Denhard, prop. See adv below 



ESTABLISHED 1865 

Denhard's Union Hotel 

MAIN ST., MILLTOWN, N. J. 
. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars 

CONVENIENT FOR AUTOS, BOATING, FISHING, ETC. 
'Phone 290-W. Situated on Lake Front 



MERCHANT 
& BOYLAN 
349 George St., 



Brcbitccte 



Neu/ Brunsivick, N. J. 
Telephone 609 



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Sells Farms, Rents Farms, Manages Farms 



Real Estate in Every County in New Jersey 
Business Opportunities Appraisals 



413 GEORGE ST. 



Phone 695 



614 



MILLTOWN DIRECTORY. 



Denhart Adam L. h Main 
Desancher M. h Riva ave 
Detzler George, driver, h Main 
Dentch John, h Cottage ave 
Devlin William J. J. printer, h Church 

Dickinson John W. trustee Willis W. Russell Card Co. h New- 
Brunswick 
Doerr Charles, laborer, h Main 
Doerr John A. laborer, h Main 
Doerr Sophie, widow Xavier, h Main 
Dorn John W. emp rubber shop, h Main 
Doty Alonzo, painter, h Riva ave 
Dunning Eldred, clerk, h Ford ave 
Dupras Henry, foreman, h Clay 
Dupras Michael, h Cottage ave 
Ehrenfeld William, foreman, h Main 
Eib John, emp rubber shop, h Fresh Ponds rd 
Elkins Charles, farmer, h Elkins lane 
Elkins John, farmer, h Elkins lane 
Els Charles jr. h Van Liew ave 
Emmons E. V. clerk, h Church 

EMPIRE CROCERY (Frank G. Boyce) Main nr Ford ave 
Erickson J. h Clay 
Escalier M. h Riva ave 
Evans John Mrs. h Main 
Evans William jr. clerk, h Main 
Evans William G. clerk, h Main 
Farnholz Henry, emp rubber shop, h Riva ave 
Fine Harry laborer, h Main 
Fine Winfield, laborer, h Main 
Fisher Charles, laborer, h Kuhlthau ave 
Fisher William, farmer, h Fisher's Corner 
Fleurant Francois, h Clay 

Fontaine E. vice-pres. Michelin Tire Co. h Riva ave c Main 
Forney N. Ness, physician, h Main 
Forsythe William, clerk, h Mam 
Fouratt Myron, laborer, h Sand 
Francis Antoine, h Clay 
Frey William, farmer, h Ryder's lane 



IF YOU ARE 
A JUDGE OF 



SHOES, Comparison will force you 
= to buy your Shoes of us. 

BEAM m. CLARE, 362 Georie St. 



?o BEARS BROS. 

Ladies' Garments 



For Your Most 

UP-TO-DATE 

BEA.PtS BROS. 

19 Peace St. Tel. 143.R 



MILLTOVVN DIRECTORY, 



515 



Funk John, farmer, h Washington ave 

Funk John jr. clerk, h Washington ave 

Furman Edwin, pres. Edwin Furman Co. h Main 

Furman Edwin Co. brick mfrs. Main. Edwin Furman, pres. ; 
Alonzo L. Grace, supt. 

Gallant Eugene, emp Michelin Tire Co. h Clay 

Galligan Edward, bartender, h 354 Seaman 

Garde Emanuel, h Clay 

Geer Andrew, farmer, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Genet John, h Clay 

Genevois M. h Riva ave 

Gerland Charles, emp tire 00. h Main 

Geuger John, laborer, h Kuhlthau ave 

Glass Reuben E. asst. supt. Michelin Tire Co. h New Bruns- 
wick 

Clock John, butcher, h Sand 

Clock William, butcher, h Main 

Gordon Samuel, farmer, h Main 

Grace Alonzo, supt. Edwin Furman Co. h South Amboy 

Grauhch Casper, laborer, h Main 

Graulich Conrad, emp rubber shop, h Main 

Gray George, laborer, h Vanderbilt ave 

Griewe George, laborer, h Washington ave 

Haman Arthur, laborer, h Main 

Haman Cuno, butcher, h Main 

Harkins Robert, carpenter, h Main 

Hartlander Charles, cutter, h Main 

Hartlander George, laborer, h Main 

Hartlander John, h Main 

Headley Joseph, justice of the peace, h Main 

Heer Fred, laborer, h Ford ave 

Heer Matthew, laborer, h Main 

HefTner Charles, laborer, h Church 

Heil John, carpenter, h Main 

Heimel Conrad, laborer, h Main 

Heimel Xicalous, farmer, h Ryder's lane 

Heineken John F. D. professor, h Main 

Heinz Adam, foreman, h Main 

Heinz Charles, laborer, h Main 

N6wBrunswlcl(Garafl6li|r 

JOHN WEIGEL, Jr., Prop. clime Shop and Repair 

144-146 Church Street, New Brunswick, N. J. ofa FTrsSsTMechLn- 
Agent for Chalmers-Detroit flutomobiles. ic. 'Phone Connectionb 



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Heinz Patrick, foreman, h Main 

Heinz Philip, farmer, h Main 

Helias John, h Riva ave 

Henderson John S. laborer, h Clay 

Henderson Peter, conductor, h Main 

Herbert William, laborer, h Main 

Hermann Charles Mrs. bakery. Main, h do 

Heyl Catharine, widow, h Church 

Heyl George, foreman, h Main c Church 

Heyl John, laborer, h Main 

Hodapp Charles, cigars and confectionery, h Main 

Hofer Conrad, farmer, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Hoffer John, h Main 

Hofter Lottie, widow George, h Main 

Hoffman Charles, h Main 

Holzer Annie, widow John, h Kuhlthau ave 

Holzer Caroline, widow, h Kuhlthau ave 

Holzer John, emp rubber shop, h Church 

Holzer John H. laborer, h Kuhlthau ave 

Holzer William, laborer, h Church 

HOME BREWING CO. Brewers and Bottlers of Lager Beer, 

Ales and Porter. Office, Newark, N. J. See adv top lines 

in block directory 
Hotel Marguerite, Main c Washington ave. Elmer F. Sayre, 

prop. 
Howell Russell, clerk, h Main 
Huestis Roslyn M. patternmaker, h Main 
Hufii Charles, conductor, h Church 
Hufif Eden, laborer, h Church 
Hufif Enos, h Church 
Huyl John, laborer, h Main 
Jacobs Michael, h Clay 
Jaeger Erhardt, music teacher^ h Main 
Jensen Peter, motorman, h Main 
Junker John, laborer, h Main 
Junker William, clerk, h Church 
Kaiser Emil, motorman, h Main 
Kaiser Hugo, tiremaker, h Main 
Kaiser Otto, emp rubber shop, h Fresh Ponds rd 

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every week day. 

No better advertising 
medium in Centra] 
New Jersey . . 

517 



Kaiser Otto jr. cnip rubber shop, h Main 

Karber Sophia, widow, h Main 

Killen William, laborer, h Washington ave 

Klein Philip, laborer, h Main 

Knoll John, electrician, h Main 

Kohlhepp Henry, carter, h Ford ave 

Kohlhepp John, h Main 

Kohrherr Frederick, laborer, h Main 

Kolash George, barber, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Kuhlthau Adam, emp tire works, h Church 

Kuhlthau Adam, laborer, h Main 

Kuhlthau Aubrey, clerk, h Ford ave 

Kuhlthau Catharine, widow Philip, h Main 

Kuhlthau Conrad, grocer, h Main 

Kuhlthau Conrad, laborer, h Main 

Kuhlthau Edward, driver, h Main 

Kuhlthau Ella, widow Philip, h Ford ave 

Kuhlthau Frederick, clerk, h Main 

Kuhlthau George, farmer, h Washington ave 

Kuhlthau Henry, coal dealer, h Washington ave 

Kuhlthau Henry C. farm hand, h Washington ave 

Kuhlthau John H. farmer, h Main 

Kuhlthau J. Henry jr. emp tire works, h Church 

Kuhlthau Magdalen, widow Conrad, h Washington ave 

Kuhlthau Margaret, shoe store, h Main 

Kuhlthau Nicholas, shoemaker, h Main 

Kuhlthau Sophia, widow Henry, h Church 

Kuhlthau William, clerk, h Main 

Kuhlthau William, farmer, h Main 

Kuhlthau William C. clerk, h Clay 

Kuhlthau W. H. postmaster, h Main 

Leach James, machinist, h Main 

Leahey Daniel, laborer, h Main 

Lee Arthur W. h Clay 

Lescalier Stephen, h Clay 

Libby Frank Wyman, sales mgr. ]\Iichelin Tire Co. h New 

Brunswick 
Liddy Thomas, motorman, h Riva ave 
Lindstrom Oscar, engineer, h Main 

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Lins Charles, laborer, h Main 

I.ins Conrad, laborer, h Clay 

Lins Emily, widow George C. h Church 

Lins George, laborer, h Church 

Lins Henry, laborer, h Ford ave 

Lins Henry jr. laborer, h Main 

Lins John jr. shoemaker, h Riva ave 

Lins Mary, widow William, h Ford ave 

Lins William F. butcher clerk, h Ford ave 

Lockhart James, mason, h Main 

Lown George, motorman, h Main 

Ludwig Alfred, laborer, h Kuhlthau ave 

McGinnis George, farmer, h Dunham's Corner 

McGinnis Lorenzo, farmer, h Dunham's Corner 

McKeown Thomas, watchman, h Ford ave 

McOuin Matthew, foreman, h Clay 

Mairose Henry, laborer, h Riva ave 

Mather Raymond, shipping clerk, h Ford ave 

Matlack J. C. gen. mgr. Michelin Tire Co. h Main 

Matlack Robert, machinist, h Van Liew ave 

Meirose John, emp rubber shop, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Meunier Joseph, h Clay 

Meyer August, laborer, h Park Course Hotel 

Michelin Tire Co. Main c Ford ave. J. C. Matlack, vice-pres. ; 

E. Fontaine, sec. and treas. 
Miller Balthaser, milkman, h Main 
Miller Charles, farmer, h Main 
Miller George, laborer, h Church 
Miller Henry, farmer, h Main 
Milltown Hotel, Main 

Monahan Christian, emp tire works, h Main 
Moore Howard, laborer, h School 
Morris Jacob, laborer, h Ford ave 
Muller Martin, butcher, church, h do 
Nees Ernst, baker, h Main 
Nevius David, laborer, h Main 
Noyes George, engineer, h Ford ave 
Ochs Caroline, widow John, h Main 
Ochs Conrad, prop. Milltown Hotel, Main 

KOLhE BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 



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GRAHAM & Mccormick 

Caterers, Confectioners, Fancy Cake Bakers and 

Ice Creiini Manufacturers 
74-76 CHURCH STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

MILLTOWN DIRECTORY. 519 

Ochs Henry, emp rubber shop, h Main 

Odell Henry, h Washington ave 

Oehl Anton, h Ryder's lane 

Oehl Joseph, h Ryder's lane 

Oehl Mary, school teacher, h Ryder's lane 

Okerson Chester, laborer, h John 

Oikerson John, packer, h John 

Okerson John jr. laborer, h Cottage ave 

O'Mara Elizabeth Mrs. h Main 

Otto Margaret, widow Theodore, h Main 

Parsons James M. prop, snuff mills. Parson's lane 

Paterson John L. h Ford ave 

Paterson Robert A. laborer, h Main 

Patterson Thomas Mrs. h Ford ave 

Payant Frank, h Riva ave 

Perdun Frank M. laborer, h Main 

Pcrdun Mahlon, emp tire works, h Main 

Perry Spencer, carpenter, h Riva ave 

Petty Benjamin, emp snuff mills, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Phiffer John, motorman, h John 

Pierson Russell, laborer, h Ford ave 

Prill William, confectioner, c Main and Ford ave 

Rappleyea Stafford, stone cutter, h Main 

Rappleyea William, h Main 

Reed William, machinist, h Ford ave 

Reeves Walter, driver, h Ford ave 

Renoux Antoine, h Clay 

Richards Peter, foreman, h Clay 

Richter Anna, widow Hartman, h Church 

Richter Charles C. foreman, h Riva ave 

RICHTER CONRAD, insurance and real estate agt. h Ford 

ave 
Richter Edward, h Main 
Richter Edward jr. laborer, h Main 
Richter Frederick, laborer, h Ford ave 
Richter John, barber, h Ford ave 
Richter John, farmer, h Fresh Ponds rd 
Richter William, laborer, h Church 
Rigand Frank, h Clay 



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Robest Eug-ene, h Clay 

Roeder Charles, clerk, h Main 

Roeder Elizabeth, widow, h Main 

Ronish August, farmer, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Roullier Peter, h Clay 

Roullier Robert, h Clay 

Rupp John, h Church 

Ruprecht Augustus, laborer, h Riva ave 

Ruprecht George, emp rubber shop, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Ruprecht Joseph, watchman, h Main 

Ruprecht Joseph jr. laborer, h Main 

Russell Card Co. Washington ave 

Russell Willis W. Card Co. Washington ave. John W. Dick- 
inson, trustee 

Ryan Joseph, clerk, h Ford ave 

Saganson Arthur, h Ford ave 

Sagnon Arthur, h Kuhlthau ave 

Sasser Joseph, laborer, h Church 

Sayre Elmer F. prop. Hotel Marguerite, h Main c Washington 
ave 

Schlenk Jacob, moulder, h Main 

Schlosser Edward, clerk, h Main 

Schlosser Henry, h Main 

Schlosser John, laborer, h Main 

Schmidt Charles, laborer, h 'Church 

Schmidt Charles, laborer, h Main 

Schmidt Conrad, laborer, h Church 

Schmidt Conrad, laborer, h Main 

Schoppe Catharine, v/idow Ernest, h Main 

Schwartz Peter, laborer, h Kuhlthau ave 

Schwindeman Charles, laborer, h Main 

Schwindeman Eugelis, widow, h Main 

Schwindeman John, h Main 

Schwindeman Mathias, emp rubber shop, h Washington ave 

Selover P>enjamin F. carpenter, h Washington ave 

Selover James, h Ford ave 

Sevenhair Albert, clerk, h Main 

Sevenhair Charles, foreman, h Main 

Sevenhair John, farmer, h Main 

The GOOd^y^ Anna Held, Large Size 

5G. Cigars^ I-ittle continental, Small Size 

'FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. See page xxx. 



We Make Qwick Sales. Why? We Have the Bargains 

Huiitisti&wiiii!i6id,rjc?^:ors 

Morrison Building, Paterson St. Tel. 662-J 

THEY SELL OAS MACHINES TOO 



When you want 
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521 



Shepard LeRoy, station agt. R. R. R. R. h Washington ave 

Skewis Albert, foreman, h Riva ave 

Slachter Joseph, laborer, h Church 

Smith Charles P. machinist, h Washington ave 

Smith Edward, machinist, h Washington ave 

Smith George, laborer, h Main 

Smith John, emp rubber shop, h Church 

Snedeker Charles M. carpenter, h Qay 

Snedeker Dorietta, widow John, h Main 

Snedeker Olden, laborer, h Alain 

Spiers Samuel, armature winder, h Main 

Stamm Mary A. bottler, h Ryder's lane 

Steinmacher John, farmer, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Stelle Sarah, widow C. P. h Main 

Thompson Addison, laborer, h Main 

Thompson Arnold, h Washington ave 

Thompson Bernard, h John 

Thompson William F. laborer, h Ford ave 

Tible Romain, h Clay 

Titus Thomas, farmer, h Riva ave 

Tolgate Renne, h Clay 

Townsend James S. constable, h School 

Trent John, h Main 

Van ArsHale Isaac, confectioner, h Main 

Van Arsdale Charles, laborer, h John 

Van Arsdale Voorhees, emp rubber shop, h Main 

Vanderbilt Addie, h Main 

Vanderbilt Dennis, farmer, h Main 

Vanderbilt Emma, h Alain 

Van Deventer Henrietta, widow Albert, h Main 

Van Hise Caroline, widow Col. h Main 

Van Hise Ellis, milk, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Voorhees William H. laborer, h Vanderbilt ave 

Wagner Adam, foreman, h Main 

Wagner Alfred, clerk, h Alain 

Wagner Charles C. laborer, h Riva ave 

Wagner Conrad, supt. h Main c John 

Wagner Frank, salesman, h Main 

Wagner Oscar, clerk, h Alain 

flaronE. Horner. ""'TAi.L.ER 

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Shop: 2l4Sandford St. Residence: l57Codwise Ave- 



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Real Estate and Mortgage Loans 

Insurance and Investments. Collections of Every Kind, 

AUCTIONEER-CITY AND COUNTRY 

413 OEORCE STREET PHONE 695 

522 MILLTOWN DIRECTORY. 

Weber E. emp rubber shop, h Riva ave 

Wegand Conrad, laborer, h Washington ave 

Werner WilHam, confectionery, h Main 

Weyd Charles, hotel, h Main 

Wilhelm Harry, laborer, h Main 

Wilhelm Matilda, h Clay 

Willenbrock Henry, laborer, h Main 

Willenbrock Herman, emp tire wks. h Ford ave 

Willenbrock William, h Ford ave 

W^olff Charles, h John 

Yahnel Ernest, baker, h Fresh Ponds rd 

Young- Fred, barber, h Main 

Young Nicholas, motorman. h Main 

Zeltman August, h Ryder's lane 

Zenewic Peter, grinder, h School 

Zimmerman Sophia, widow John, h Main 

Zimmerman Valentine, laborer, h Main 

Zinkham John, laborer, h Main 



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SOUTH RIVER. 

Abrams Henry, clerk, h Main nr Gordon 
Acker John, fireman, h Serviss nr Whitehead ave 
Ackerman William, watchman, h George ab Stevens 
Allen Morris, rubberworker, h Stevens nr George 
Allen Patrick, teams, Jackson c Obert, h do 
Allen Thomas, laborer, h Henry nr William 
Allgair George, prop. American House, Reid nr Main, h do 
Allgair's Hall. Reid nr Main 
Allgair Matthias, h American House 
Allgair William A. bookkeeper, h American House 
Amereske Martin, barber, IMain nr Reid, h do 
American Enamel Brick and Tile Co. R. R. Railroad nr White- 
head ave. Bernhard Jacquart. supt. 
American House (George Allgair) Reid nr Main 
American Publishing Co. Main 
Anderson Charles borough clerk. Borough Hall, and asst. mgr. 

Colonial Life Ins. Co. h South River Hotel 
Anderson Christian, tileworker, h Jackson nr Obert 
Anderson Henry M. emp Milltown, h Gordon nr W'ashington 
Anderson Susie J. emp handkerchief factory, h Gordon nr 

Washington 
Andres John, engineer, h Martin ave. nr Whitehead ave 
Angersbach Frank, motorman. h George nr John 
Angersbach John, lineman, h George nr John 
Applegate Adam M. h Gordon nr Main 
Applegate Albert, contractor, h Elizabeth nr Water 
Applegate George, insurance, h Main nr Obert 
Armstrong Alfred C. machinist, h Stevens nr George 
Armstrong Charles, h Holmes ave. nr Jackson 
Armstrong Charles C. civil engineer, h Stevens nr George 
Armstrong David, driver, h Whitehead ave. nr Serviss 
Armstrong David jr. plumber, h Stevens nr George