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NORTH MIISSeUMI 



EASTERN KANSAS 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



EMBKA.CING 



Descriptive Sketches Of all the Cities, Towns, and Vil- 
lages Throughout that Important Sec- 
tion of the Great West, 



TOGETnER WITH 



CL.^SSIFIEID LISTS 



4LL PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, WITH SUCIi INFORMATION 
REGARDING THE MERCHANTILE AND MANUFACTUR- 
ING INTERESTS OF THAT SECTION, AS 
SHALL BE OF INTEREST TO ALL. 



Published by S, B. Wyckoff, at the Quiucy Herald Book and JobOfficc, 

.. ,,! SOUTH-WEST COR. MAINE AND FOURTH PTS ' ' ' ' ' 

* . - . i i. .■. i a J 

" Io07. 






ENTERBB ACCOKDING to act of COSGKESS in the YKAr4 1SG7 

BY S. B. WYCKOFF, 
In the Clbrk's Ofi-ice of the Distkiot CotrKT fok thb Southesn District of Illikoij 



J. P. CADOGAN & Co., GARJDKS-K 'k BROOKETt, 

Printer, Bi^jbeks, 

Qcr. 4th and Maine Street*-. 114 Maine Street. 



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l^'eeliiig, from a, butinosd e:vf erience, r.he xieces^ity i'oT so:ne work ■svliIcL 
shall place tliis important, part of the growing audgr3at"We3tir.ore distinctly' 
before those who may have basiness rels-tioj^s with it, we resolved to labor 
to the utraost of our endeavors in the conipilation of such a useful work. 
The tn.sk has hecn inimer^.S3 — such as no one ;pcriicn probT.lly ever before 
thought of atteriiptinj-,' alcnx But we ixOMe labored, fot^'liag thr.t if this even 
should be our last work; and should completely er^haust oi-.c overtasked en- 
ergies, that it shoul .1 ba well and thoroughly done. 

\Vha,t it is, we leave before the public ; it T/ill have it^:- merits and demerits, 
as all huBian Vvorks have, and for its imperfections wc crave the indulgence 
of the charitable, while the measure of praise may ])e in proportion to ita 
merits. 

To all those who- have assisted us in giving infcrmation, or otherwise, we 
extend our gratitude, and hope they may feel rewarded in the benefits that 
may accrue to them, their neighbors, and the public generally. 

S. B. ^Yl"CKOFF, Publisher.. 
QaiNGY, Apj-i''. i.8tb.. 1867, 



OENER^T. I^^DEX. 



PACK. 

Preface 7 

General Index., 8 

Advertisers Index , . 9 

Directions, and explanations 12 

Missouri Introductory. ., 15 

Quincy' Patrons , , , 17 

St. Louis Patrons ..., 20 

Missouri County Descriptions 25 

Some Missouri Statistics 54 

Kansas County Descriptions 57 

Kansas County Scats and Distances 72 

Report oflicconnoissance on the West Branch of the North Mo. E, R... 73 

Post Offices in Missouri 79 

Post Offices in Kansas 87 

Postage Laws ', _. 90 

United States Revenue Stamp Act-. ,......'. 94 

United States License Law 100 

North Missouri Towns and Villages , 105 

North Missouri Business Index '. '287 

Kansas Towns and Villages 373 

Kansas Business Index 425 



LIST OF ADVERTISERS 

liV THIS I>IIMi:OTOR,Y. 



BOSTON, MASS. page. 
George p. ROWELL & CO., General advertising agency, 23 Con- 
gress street .- 343 

BROOKFIELD, MO. 

E. J. CRAXDALL.'c CO., Real estate and insurance 114 & 11.3 

BICKLIN, MO. 

JOBSON & CxVTOX, Real estate 118 

CANTON, MO. 

CANTON PRESS NEWSPAPER 123 

CRAFT & HUBBARD, Forwarding and eoranussion 123 

W. W. NICHOLS, Wholesale grocer 12.5 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

PARTRIDGE & SAHTH, Wholesale drv goods 384 

STREET, PEARSON & CO., Episcopal Church hook store; colored 
page opposite front inside cover. 

CMILLICOTHE, MO. 

E. R. CHEATHAM, Furniture and harness 130 

DUNN & DALY, Hardware 130 

A. W. HARRISON, Phvsician 131 

McMILLEN A: NORVILLE, Real estate and claim agents 131 

HANNIBAL, MO. 

BLUFF CITY INSURANCE COMPANY 220 

COLLINS GEORGE A, Books and stationerv, 12 Main st 158 

DORMAN tt TOLL, Lumber, corner Lvnn and Eighth sts 159 

S.J.HARRISON & CO., Groceries, corner Fifth and Broadway 160 

HAYWARD & LOOMIS, Forwarding and commission .' 172 

NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY 420 

W. A. RICHARDSON, Lawyer 162 

LEAYENWOKTII, KANSAS. 

COLLEY& BICKFORD, Lumber 397 

HAMMOND & KEARNY, Forwarding and commission 398 

MANSION HOUSE 372 

R. H. ZUNDEL, Piano tuner 402 



10 S. B. WYCKOFFS 



MACON CITY, MO. page. 

CITY HOTEL 189 

KARL STEINBRECHER & CO., Brewery 191 

MARTIN, LAW <fc WINSBY, Foundry and machine shop 192 

JOHN NEASOM, Wholesale groceries 190 

MEXICO, MO. 

JOHN P. CLARK, Real estate and abstract of titles 197 

MEXICO MACHINE COMPANY, FOUNDRY, etc 199 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
KEHLOR, UPDIKE & CO., Commission merchants 148 

PALMYRA, MO. 

THE BAPTIST JOURNAL 218 

THOMAS E. HATCHER & SON, Real estate 216 

JACOB REIS, Saddles and harness 217 

PRINCETON, MO. 

CREEMEENS & PERRYM AN, Lawyers and real estate dealers 222 

<JUINCY, ILL. 

CHARLER E. ALLEN, Wholesale hardware 212 

BARLOW, WOOD & CO., Agricultural works 14 

BERTSCHINGER ct STEINWEDELL, Wholesale hardware 128 

JOHN BLICKHAN & CO., Carriage manufactory 110 

BONNET & DUFFY, Stove foundry .' 144 

BRADFORD, McCOY & BROWN,' Wholesale lumber dealers 142 

J. W. BROWN, Wholesale watches & jewelry — bottom of outside front cover 

WM. BROWN & SONS, Wholesale confectioners & steam bakers 140 

BRYANT & STRATTON'S COM. COLLEGE— Top of front outside cover. 

BURLEIGH & BRO., Patent medicines 280 

CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROAD 285 

C. C. COOK & CO., Wholesale furniture 392 

G. J. COTTRELL, Wholesale and retail hardware 204 

DRS. CRAIG & SMITH, Occulists and aurists 126 

M. &M. CROUSE, Hoop skirt manufocturers 122 

MRS. SARAH DAWSON, Milliner 266 

JAMES R. DAYTON, Wholesale books and stationery 272 

DILLLS & CONYERS, Books and stationery " 106 

EBER & KOENEKE, Groceries and seeds 376 

H. C. ELLIS & CO., Wholesale tea dealers — opposite inside froiit cover, 
FARMERS & MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY— Back 

cover outside. 
GALEA WAY & MERRILLS, Wholesale and retail cloaks and mil- 
linery goods 180 

GARDNER & BROOKER, Book binders and stationers— inside back 
cover. 

GARDNER & ROBERTSON, Manufacturers of steam governors 104 

GAUSPIELL & LA AGE, Wholesale and retail hats, caps and furs— op- 
posite inside front cover. 

GOULD & ALLEN, Planing mill, refrigerators, sash, doors, &c 124 

HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH RAILROAD 369 

HERALD DAILY, TRl-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY 103 



NORTH MISSOUKI DIRECTORY, 11 

PAGE- 

M. HEILTZ, Cigars and tobacco 134 

J. C. JAMISON & CO., Steam and gas fitters 118 

JONAS, KEES & GODFREY, Wholesale and retail china, glass ami 

queensware 316 

KINGSBUKY BROS, Wholesale boots and shoes 292 

R. E. LETTON, Dealer in music, pianos and sewing machines 286 

D. E. LYNDS, Wholesale and retail wall paper, dass, paints, &c.., 300 

GEORGE T. MEYER, Wholesale grocer 7 13 

GEORGE A. jMILLER, Wholesale and manufacturing druggist 284 

B. McCOMB, Wholesale lumber dealer 286 

MITCHELL & BAKER, Wholesale watches and jewelry — opposite 

inside front cover. 

MONTGOMERY & CO., Wholesale druggists 108 

GUSTAVE ORTLOFF, Importer and distiller and liquor dealer— op- 
posite inside front cover. 

JOHNO. OSBORNE, Aetna Life Insurance 112 

J. PA RKHURST & CO., Wholesale clothiers 24 

POPE & BALDWIN, Agricultural implements and farm machinery... 412 

WM. M. ROBERTSON, JMarblc dealer and sculptor 416 

W. T. & E. A. ROGERS, AVagon and plow manufacturers 283 

S. ROSENHEIM, Wholesale and retail clothing and boots & shoes 408 

S. P, SARGENT & CO., Wholesale boots and shoes 184 

N. V. SCHERMERHORN, Wholesale manufacturer and dealer in 

brooms 232 

SHERMAN HOUSE 202 

JOHN STORM, Wool an,l woolen goods 170 

SCHROEDER'S HIGHLAND BITTERS 286 

HENRY THOMASMEYER, Manufacturer of trunks and valises 388 

UNITED STATES HOTEL 372 

THOMAS WHITE, Stovefoundry 136 

JOHN WILLIAMS, Boiler and sheet iron worker 2lG 

n. ZIMMERMAN, AVholesale and retail paper hangings and Up- 
holstery ; . . .V 268 

SMELBINA, MO. 
SHAFER &: YORK, Attorneys at law and insurance an;ents '>37 

C. J. WEATHERBY, Dentist 237 

8T. f HARLES, MO. 

GEORGE A. KLINGER, Flour mills 242 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. 

BAKER ct BRO.. Union boiler works 248 

N. F. B ALD W IN, Watches and jewelrv 248 

BERNARD & REDMAN, Wholesale and retail saddles, harness and 

leather o^c) 

ED. R. BRANDO W, Agent Noith Western Fur Comi)any, and sugar 

manufacturer " 050 

GEORGE BUELL, Buchanan Woolen mills ' '.'.'.'.""' 25 

BURNSIDE, CROWTHER & ROGERS, Union foundry and machine 

shop............ ; 250 

E. J. CARTJ]R & Cp., Freights and forwarding and commission 251 

W. L. CHAD WICK & CO., Auctioneers and commission merchants.... 251 



12 s. B. wyckoff's 



PAGE. 

T. CONNELLY & CO., Wholesale and retail clothing 251 

DECLUE & SHIVEL, Builders and lumber dealers 252 

EDWARDS & SYMMONS, Watches aud jewelry 252 

T. EDWARDS, Wholesale hats and caps T 253 & 2 , 

ERNST & DEUSCHLE, Hats, caps and furs 253 

JOHN FAIRCLOUGH, Flouring mills 253 

JAMES FAHEY & CO., Lumber 254 

FARRIS, THOMPSON & CHANDLER, Marble dealers 254 

BENJAMIN FETZNER, JMauufacturer of soap 254 

HAYS & RICHARDSON, Wholesale druggists 255 

D. J. HEATON, Undertaker 256 

G. HILLIER, Undertaker, 256 

C. KESSLER, Yankee notions and fancy goods 257 

E. K. BEDWELL, Marble dealer 259 

NAVE, McCORD&CO., Wholesale grocers 259 

J. PFEIFFER, Marble, plaster and cement dealer 260 

OSCAR SCHRAMM, Cider and vinegar 261 

W. D. SICELUFF & CO., Wholesale grocers 262 

ST. JOSEPH HERALD 286 

L. F. WEIMER, Forwarding and commission 263 

WHEELER & SLOCUM, Manufacturers of window shades 264 

WOOLWORTH & COLT, Books and stationery 264 

8T. LOUIS, MO. 

BROOKS & BILLON, Cotton batting 116 

GORDON & GRIFFIN, Steam and gas fitters 138 

JONES' COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 196 

KUPFERLE & ROSE WELL, Brass foundry 186 

KEOKUK PACKET COMPANY 120 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LIFE INSURANCE, M. Redding, Jr., Agt., 333 

CHAS. & WM. McLE AN, Seins, cord, twine and tackle 3 

MISSOURI PRESBYTERIAN 188 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO— Inside front cover. 

OLIVE STREET HOTEL. 176 

PACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO 13 

A.B. PEARSON, Manufacturer of scales 194 

PHILIP PHILLIPS & CO., Pianos, organs and music — opposite title page. 

REISS & CO., Travelling trunks, valises, &c 146 

ST. LOUIS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO 23 

A. SUMNER, Sewing machines — opposite title page. 

UPDIKE, BAIN & Co., Commission merchants 148 

AUGUST WETZEL, Copper and sheet iron works 150 



K X pl^\.:v^^tio::n^s . 



The system of measurement of distances of places from each other in the 
accounts of towns and villages in the body of this book, has been to measure 
in a direct line from one to the other, except on railroad lines, where their 
tables have been used when possible. 

The following places are not entirely complete, owing either to the loss of 
papers or their too late arrival for insertion : Columbia, Boone county ; 
Perry and New London, Ralls county ; Cap Au Gris, Auburn and Chantilly 
Lincoln county ; Luray, Clarke county ; Fillmore and Flag Spring, Andrew 
county ; Greentop, Schuyler county. 



NORTH MISSOURI DIllTaCTORY. 



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Successor to G. & F. MEYER, 



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itHliSSfti ilEEeJfjIifj 

INo. 91 1-Ia.iiif)«liire Street, 
QTJINCT, _ - - UJ,m&lB. 

• PACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE 



IlSWlllCl Ci'MFAlI, 

(FORMERLY PACIFIC MUTUAL.) 
ST, LOUIS, MO. 

HOME OFFICE, No. 51 5 OT^IV^E ST. 

Insures All Classes ofProperty Against 

LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIEE AND LIGHTNING, 
All Losses Equitably Adjusted and Promptly Paid. 

CAPITAL, $250,000. - AUTKOKIZEI) CAPITAL, $1,000,000. 
«E0. STEWART, Prcs. G. H, DUNNING, Sec. 



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S. B, WYCKOFF'S 



FROMFIFTEENTO TWENTY ACRES OFCORNFLAfflDiiaDAY. 



BY USING THE 



CORN PLANTER, 

A Great Improvement on Two-Wheel Corn Planters. 




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Having greatly imjjrovcd our plu.utor for 1867, and the great reputation 
gsiined i'ox it the past season, WQ unhesitatingly sai/, and will warrant the 
" Vandiver" Corn Planter to be the best and cheapest Planter of Corn, 
Broom Corn., Sorghum, Beans a)id Hcmi) Seed, now offered to the Farmer, 
A simple trial of tliis ifachine is all we ask to prove what we assert. 

Among other decided advantages of this Planter, over others, we guarantee 
the following : 

1st. It runs on Four Wheels, consequently is ligJiier of draft than any 
other Corn Planter. 

2d. The depth of Planting is regulated by the extra ivhcels fortvard, from 
two to .■</.'• Inehe.'^ deep, as desired, Perfectly and with Certainty ! ! ! 

od. With two horses, and only one person, it will plant from fifteen to 
twenty acres of Com a day, coverinc/ perfectly. 

4th. It will drop the Corn scattered in the hill so it can be thinned when it 
comes up. One great fault v/itli Planters is their failure to do this. 

5th. It will plant the toughest prairie sod, the roughest or f oldest landk 

6th. This Planter has separate and distinct Coverers, which never fail to 
cover the Corn, forming a ridge, wliich is pressed by concave wheels equally 
Upon all sides, makinc: it the only Phmtcr that is n positive Coverer, 

Ba.ri.ow, ^V^OOD & CO., 

Proprietors Quincy Agricultural Works, Quincy, lib 



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North ]\Iissouri is situated nearly in the exact centre of the United States, 
being bounded on the east by the Mississippi, and on the south and west by 
the Missouri river, and on the north by the State of Iowa and the Des Moines 
for about 2-t miles at the north-east corner. The mouth of the Missouri where 
it enters the Mississippi is about 24 miles west of the Kjth meridian from 
Washington, and about 27 miles north of the 8Sth degree of north latitude. 
From thence "the eastern boundary follows the channel of the Mississippi 
river to the mouth of the Des Moines, which is 14} degrees west of Washing- 
ton and 22 miles north of the 40th degree of north latitude, whence the line 
follows up that river to a point about three and one-half miles above Athens, 
thence westward until it reaches the channel of the Missouri river, and 
thence down that river to the place of beginning. The greatest distance 
from east to west is 294 miles, and that from north to south 138 miles. The 
shape, though, is quite irregular, being widest in the east and north, and 
and more pointed in the other directions. 

No part of the West is better supplied with either water or timber, the 
streams flowing mostly south into the Missouri until we get east of the Char- 
iton, when the streams flow south-easterly into the Father of Waters. There 
are no great tracts of unwatered and desert plains in this portion of the State, 
but the country is generally undulating in parallel ridges and valleys, with 
meadows and timber on their borders, and the trees and wood and coarser 
vegetation follow up all the hollows and depressions of the valleys until they 
reach the ridges w^hich everywhere ramify and spread out like arms to the 
horizon, many and most of tliem yet unoccupied by man, and of as rich soil 
and with as deep a verdure as the hand of man ever husbanded. The tim- 
ber is good Avhite oak and black walnut and various other kinds of good 
timber usually found in this meridian. Many forests of Cottonwood and 
poplar, from which valuable lumber of the lighter varieties is sawed, and 
linds a ready market. Thrift and enterprise seems to be the watch-word of 
these fair lields and groves, and with peace, and charity and good will, this is 
destined to be the "garden Land," for it contains such a boundless variety 
of the requisites for the wants of man. 

Besides having plenty of timber, the gr;)uud eontains beneath bituminous 
coal and excellent varieties of building stoiic. The geographical and geolog-^ 
ical features of this section are dissimilar to that south of the river. 

North Missouri is in no place mountainous, but either rolling or quite flat. 
It contains a much richer soil than the southern division, and is in a much 
more advanced state of cultivation. Its geological substratum is chiefly car- 
boniferous limestone. The coal measure of Illinois extends west of the Mis- 

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sissippi, and is extensively worked at various points, as at Carbon and Bevier, 
and other places, Avhere they have the most approved appliances for raising 
it. At some places where shafts have been sunk, five different strata of coal 
have been found. The soil is more calcareous in the east, and of an alluvial 
formation in the west. The central-northern counties are pretty rough, and 
quite heavily timbered with oak foi'csts. That portion of the State is only at 
present reached by stage from points on the river or railroad. Nearly all 
the bottoms of the Missouri are on the north side, and during overflow accu- 
mulate much sand and drift wood. 

The streams emptying into the JMissouri from the north, and which drain 
the region which we have been describing, are the Nodaway, Platte, Fishing 
River, Crooked River, Wakenda, Grand River, Chariton, Bonne Femme 
Creek, Moniteau, Roche Perce, Cedar ('reek and Muddy Creek ; and the 
streams flowing east into the Mississippi are Dardenne Creek, Peruqua 
Creek, Cuiver River, Salt River, North River, South Fabius River and 
North Fabius River, Wyaconda Creek and Fox River. 

The NodaAvay has its head waters in Iowa and flows south, dividing Noda- 
way and Andrew from Holt county, and empties into the IMissouri about 18 
miles above St. Joseph. 

The Platte is formed by the junction of Castile Creek, West Fork and One- 
Hundred-and-Two River, and flows south into the Missouri River just above 
Parkville, draining four counties viz : Nodaway, Andrew^ Buchanan and 
Platte. There is something strange that this river should run such a dis- 
tance so near to the Missouri, and quite parallel Avith it a distance of ninety 
miles. Very little of the land bordering the Missouri in these parts is 
drained by the larger river, but flows to the small side stream, and then goes 
so far below to lind an outlet. 

Grand River has many branches, and drains abont thirteen counties, 
which are among the very best in the State. The branches all arise to the 
northv/ard, and enter as follows on the west : Nearest the mouth is Big 
Creek in Carroll county ; next above that is Grind Stone, then Wild Cat, 
then West Fork Main, into which Sampsons Creek and Big River flow ; then 
Thompson' Fork and Welden River; then West Fork on the east side, and 
YelloAV Creek, The County is diversified and beautiful. 

Chariton River has for its branches Wolf Creek, Muscle Fork and Middle 
Fork. It has its rise in loAva, and floAVS almost directly in its general course 
southward into the Missouri River, emptying at the south j^oint of Chariton 
county, Avhere the Missouri River lakes a sudden bend to the south Avard. 

Salt River has Spencer Creek, South Fork, Young's Creek, Elk Fork, 
and Middle Fork for its tributaries. It floAvs nearly easterly into the Missis- 
sippi just aboA^e the toAvn of Louisiana. 

The North and South Fabius Rivers enter the Mississippi nearly opposite 
Quincy, 111. After floAving from the north-west a distance of about 75 miles 
through Schuyler, Scotland, Adair, Knox, LcAvis and Marion counties. The 
section drained by them cannot be surpassrd for beauty or ad\'antages of 
location. 



KOKTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 17 



THE aUINCY PATRONS OF THIS DIRECTORY. 

CHAKLES E. ALLEN, Wholesale hardware, 111 I\Iahie st. 

BROWNING & BUSHNELL, Attorneys at Law, 122 Hampshire st. 

BLICKHAN & CO., Carriage makers, N. side Maine E. of Sixth st. 

MAITLAND BOON, Wholesale and retail sasMIos, harness and leather, 97 
Hampshire st. 

WM. BROWN & SONB, Manufacturers of confectionery and crackers, 175 
Hampshire st. 

BONNET & DUFFY, Prop. City Stove Works, S. E. cor. oth & Ohio sts. 

BERTSCHINGER & STEIN WEDELL, Wholesale hardware, 115 Maine st 

BARLOW, WOOD & CO., Manufacturers of Vandiver's Corn Planter and 
Cotton Planter, bay road, north Union Depot. 

BRADFORD, McCOY & BROWN, Lumber, cor. 9th & Hampshire sts. 

BURLEIGH & BRO, Patent medicines, cor. Gth and York sts. 

BRYANT & STRATTONS, Commercial College, ConcertHall building, cor. 
5th and Maine sts. 

J. W. BROWN, Wholesale watches, clocks, & jewelry, 38 Fifth st. 

CRAIG & SMITH, Eye & Ear Infirmary, 39 Fifth st. 

CROUSE M & M, Wholesale and retail dealers in hoop skirts, 169 Maine st. 

G. J.COTTRELL, Wholesale and retail hardware and stoves, 33 Fifth st. 

C. C. COOK & CO., Wholesale & retail furniture dealers, 118 Hampshire st. 

DILLS & CONYERS, Books and stationery, 165 Maine st. 

J. R. DAYTON, Wholesale books and stationery 106, Maine st. 

SARAH DAWSON, Millinery & ladies goods, 162 Maine st. • 

EBER & KOENEKE,\Grocories and seeds, 123 Hampshire st. 

H. C. ELLIS ct CO., Wholesale Tea House, 156 Maine st. 

GEORGE W. FOSS & SON, Insurance agts, 131 Maine st. 

FARMERS A MERCHANTS INSURANCE CO., N. E. cor. 4th and 
Hampshire sts. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, N. E. cor. Hampshire and 4th sts. 



18 s. B. wyckoff's 



GARDNER & ROBERTSON, Patentees and Manufacturers of steam gov- 
ernor, N. W. cor. of Ohio and 5th st. 

GOULD & ALLEN, Planing mill, N. E. cor. 5th and Ohio sts. 

GAUSHELL & LAAGE, Wholesale and retail hats, caps and furs, 87 
Hampshire st. 

GALLAWAY & MERRILIES, Cloaks and millinery goods, 24 4th st. 

M. HIELTZ, Cigars and tobacco, removed to Front st., N. Vermont. 

H. H. HOFFMAN, Wholesale and retail drugs and patent medicines, 99 
Maine st., under Quincy House, 

D. HERMAN, Clothing, wholesale and retail, 54 Hampshire st. 

F. W. JANSEN & SON, Manufacturers and dealers in furniture, 30, 5th st. 

J. C. JAMISON & CO., Steam & gas fitters, & plumbers, 167 Hamp. st. 

JOSEPH & NELKE, Dry goods, 44 4th st. 

JONAS, REES& GODFREY, Wholesale & retail china, glass and queens- 
ware, 41 4th St. 

G. H. KATES, Agt Merchants Union Ex. Co., 131 Maine st. 

KELSEY & CHARLES, Wholesale paper dealers, 94 Maine st. 

U. H. KEATH, Attorney at Law, S. W. cor. 5th and Maine sts. 

KINGSBURY BROS., Wholesale boots and shoes, 43 4th st., second floor. 

CHAUNCEY LADD, Wholesale dry goods & notions, 105 Maine st. 

S. J. LESEM, BRO. & CO., W^holesale drv goods & notions, 79, Hamp. St., 
N. W. cor. 4th St. 

D. E. LYNDS, Wholesale & retail wall paper, glass, paints &c, 143 Maine st 

R. E. LETTON, musical instruments and sewing machines, 24 5th st. 

MITCHELL & BUTZ, Attorneys at Law and claim agts., Court Plouse. 

MITCHELL & BAKER, Y^holesalc and retail watches & jewelry, S. E. 
cor. 5th and Maine sts. 

GEORGE A. MILLER, Wholesale & retail druggist, 120 Hampshire st. 

GEORGE T.MEYER, Wholesale gr.ceries, 91 Hampshire st. 

MONTGOMERY & CO., Wholesale druggists, 110 Maiire st. 

McCOMB R., Lumber, 5th st., E. side, S. of Maine. 



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JOHN O. OSBORNE, General insurance agt, 5th st. E. side, cor. Maine. 

GUSTAV ORTLOFF, Importer, distiller and rectifier 271, Maine st. 

J. PARKHURST & CO., Manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in cloth- 
ing, 137 Maine st. 

POPE & BALDWIN, Agricultural implements and form machinery, 77, 
79 and 81 Maine st. 

ROGERS ^Y. T. & E. A., Wagon & Plow manufacturers, Gth st., hot. Maine 
and Hampshire. 

WM. M. ROBERTSON, Prop. Vermont Marble Works, N. W. cor. Maine 
and Third sts. 

S. ROSENHEIM, Wholesale & retail boots, shoes & clothing, 129 liamp. st. 

JOHN STORM, Wholesale dealer in wool and woolen goods, removed to 
residence Maine st., E, of 9th st. 

S. E. SEGER, Wholeeale and retail groceries, 127 Hampshire st. 

SCHOTT & BROTHER, Maiuif<ieturers and wholesale dealers in leather 
145 Hampshire st. 

S. P. SARGENT & CO., Wholosale boots and shoes, 129 Maine st. 

SHERMAN HOUSE Opposite Union Passenger Depot. 

N. V. SCHERMERHORN, Manufacturer of brooms and wisps, 7th st., S. 
of Hampshire. 

HENRY THOMASMEYER, Manu&cturer of trunks and carpet bags, 128 
Hampshire st. 



UNITED STATES HOTEU, Cor. Front and Broadw 



:iy- 



THOMAS WHITE, Manufacturer of stoves and hollow ware, 5th st., bet. 
York and Jersey. 

J. WILLIAMS, Boiler maker, cor. Broadway & 2d sts. 

L. P. WHEELER, Wholesale dry goods and notions, 40 4th st. 

WYMAN & TREAT, Coffee and spice mills, 2G 4th st. 

WOODRUFF &_PFEIFFER, Wholesale and retail pictures, frames, books, 
stationery, music and instruments, 96 Hampshire st. 

H. ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale and retail paper hangings and upholstery, 122 
Maine st. 



List of the St. Louis Patrons of this Work. 

AMERICAM EXPRESS CO., 400 Fourth st., cor. Locust. 

BEARD & BRO., Manufacturers of and dealers iu safes, 721 & 723 North 
Main st. 

BELCHER SUGAR REFINING CO., OTallon, cor. Le%Yis st. 

BUCK & WRIGHT, Stove foundry, 720 & 722, N. Main. bet. Green and 
Morgan. 

BUTLER, FERGUSON & CO., Wholesale boots A shoes, 5 IS N. Main st. 

BRAWNER J. W., Life insurance, N. E. cor. Main & Locust. 

BROCKSCHMIDT J. F. & CO., Props. O'Fallon Flour Mills, cor. 4th st & 
Chouteau Avenue. 

L. J. BUSH & CO., Agricultural Implements, reapers and mowers, threshers 
and horse powers 13 S. Main. 

L. L. BARRELL & CO., Wholesale liquor merchants, 110 S. Levee and 118 
Commercial Alley. 

BURRIS & BOND, Commission merchants, 307 N. Commercial st. 

BROOKS & BILLON, Manufacturers of cotton batting, 110 Chestnut st. 

JOHN C. H. CUNNINGHAM, Justice of the Peace, 52 Chestnut st. 

COLVIN JOPIN W., Attorney at Law, 21 N, 3d st. 

J. H. DREW & CO., Bag manufacturers and jobbers in dry goods, 5 Market 

R. G. DUN & CO., Merchantile agency, 7 Gay's building, cor. 2d and Pine. 

W. G. DOAVNING & CO., Wholesale grocers, 506 N. 2d st. 

J. P. DALY, Wholesale bookseller k stationer, S. E. cor. Pine and Fifth st. 

J. L. FONDA, & CO., Pubs, of the Daily Trade Circular, 412 Pine st. 

FINK, GOLDSCHMIDT & CO., Wholesale grocers & commission mer- 
chants, 1 9 and 21 S. 2dst. 

GROVER & BAKER, Sewing Machine Co., 51 1 N. 4th st. 

GOODWIN, BEHR & CO., Manufacturers of candles soap and oil, 114 Pine 

GORDON & GRIFFIN, Steam & gas fitters, cor. Market & Commercial sts 



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JOHX HOW & SOX, Wholesale leather & finding?, 701 & 703 X. Main st. 

M. S. HOI.MER, AVholosale paper dealer, 103 X. 2d st. 

HAYDEX & WILSOX, Saddlery Hardware, 11 X. IMain. 

JOXES COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. Fourth and 
Locust sts, 

JAMESOX, COTTIXG & CO., Wholesale dry goods, 300 and 302 X. Main. 

KUPFERLE & ROSEWELL, Brass foundry, GOO cor. 2d and Washington 
Avenue. 

A. M. LESLIE & CO., Manufacturers of dental and surgical instruments, old 
No. 79 Market st., bet. 4th and 5th. 

L. D. MORSE, Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture. 

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LIFE IXSURAXCE CO., M. Redding, jr., a-t., 
120 Olive St. 

MOELLER C. H., Wholesale lace and trimmings, 12 S. Fourth s^t 

MASSOT EUGEXE L., Chemist and druggist, cor. 4th and Spruce sts. 

CHARLES & WM., McCLEAX, Fishing tackel, seine twines and cordage, 
207 S. Main st. 

XEWY^ORK LIFE IXSURAXCE CO., Closser & George, gen. western 
agts. X. E. cor. od and Olive sts,, 

OLIVE STREET HOTEL, Cor. 2d and Olive. 

PHILIP PHILLIPS & CO., Pianos, organs and pul^s. of music, 4!5 Xorth 

5th St. 

PLAXT WM. E., Gen. a<rt. for the Florence sewing machine, old 54 Xorth 
5th St. 



office 515 Olive st. 

PAGE, SMITH, LEWIS & CO., Composition roofing materials, paving, 
pitch, paints and varnish, 707 X. 2d st. 

H. O. PEARCE & CO., Wholesale hats and caps, 417 X. Main st. 

A. B. PEARSOX, Scale manufacturers, OlO Xorth "Slain st. 

PIOXEER MUTUAL IXSURAXCE COMPAXY, Room Xo. 11, north- 
west corner of Fourth and Walnut sts. 



P. J. PETERS, Saddlery hardware, 114 Xorth Ishih 



22 S. B. wyckoff'i 



C. S. RUSSELL, Watches, jewelry and silverware, 307 North Fourth st, 
opposite Everett House. 

REISS & CO., Truuks and carpet bags, 122 & 124 Market st. 

N. M. SHEFFIELD & CO., In Democrat building. Advertising Agency 
Office. 

ST. LOUIS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 513 Olive st., 
between Fifth & Sixth sts. 

SCHLEGEL & WETZEL, Produce and Commission merchants, 117 Com- 
mercial St. 

T. W. STRATTON, Attorney at law, Chestnut st. 

SOUTHERN WHITE LEAD AND COLOR WORKS, North-west corner 
of Main and Lombard sts. 

SANFORD C. SCARRITT, Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealers 
in furniture and bedding, 20-4 Market st., between Second tt Third. 

ENNO SANDER & CO., Manufacturing chemists and druggists, 209 &213 
Myrtle st., and north-east corner of Southern Hotel. 

A; F. SHAPLEIGH & CO., Wholesale hardware, 414 North Main. 

SPAUNHORST & HACKMANN, Wholesale grocers and rectifiers, liquor 
dealers and commission merchants, 708 & 710 North Main st. 

STRINGER, ALLEN & CO., Wholesale clothiers, GOl & 803 N. Main st. 

ST. LOUIS DAILY TIMES, One door west of De Bar's Opera House. 

TUTT & BAKER, Wholesale grocers and commission merchants, 512 
North Second st. 

C. G. THALMANN & CO., books and stationerv, 22 South Second st. 

J. F. TORREY & CO., Wholesale news and book dealers, 20 N. 4th st. 

WEAR & HICKi\IAN, f\incy goods and notions, 319 N. Main st. 

AUGUST WETZEL, Copper and sheet iron worker, 718 & 720 S. Second st. 

WILCOX & LOUGHRAN, Wholesale carpets and oil cloths, 400 North 
Fourth St., corner of Locust. 

WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING iMACHINE CO.MPANY, by A. 
Sumner, Agent, 415 North Fifth st. 



mloa FicMe 



EASTERN DIVISION, 

Carrying the Great Overland Mail and Express, 

Now Open for Business 

FEOM WYANDOTTE AND LEAVENWORTH, ON THE MISSOURI 
RIYER TO FT. RILEY AND JUNCTION CITY, KANSAS, 

AND WILL BE COMPLETED TO FT. ELLS- 
WORTH BY MAY 1st, 1867. 



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In Connection with the 

F^C^IFIO m.Rll^W^R'W, of MISSOURI 

AND THE 

HANNIBAL & ST. JO. R. R., 

FORMS THE 



ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES EAST, NORTH AND SOUTH, TO 
LAWRENCE, TOPEKA. MANHATTAN, FT. RILEY, FT. 
ELLSWORTH, AND ALL POINTS IN CALIFOR- 
NIA, OREC^ON AND THE TERRITORIES. 

THE UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY'S Overland coaches, 
carrying the great California Mail and Express, leave Junction City 
Daily, on the arrival of trains for Denver City, and all points in the Ter- 
ritories and California. 

SANDERSON'S SANTA FE coaches leave every Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday, for Bent's Fort, Ft. Union, Taos, Santa Fe, and all points in 
Arizonia and New Mexico. 

TWO DAILY TRAINS leave Wyandotte and Leavenworth, (Sundays ex- 
cepted.) Schedule time from Junction City to Denver, three days. 

B^^-Ask for Tickets via Smoky Hill Route, Union Paciflc Railway. 

JOHN H. EnWA^RnS. W. M\ WRIOHT, 

General Ticket Agent. General Sup't. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE COUITTIES IIT NORTH 
MISSCUEI. 



ADAIR 

Is in the north-eastern part of the State, l)eing bounded by Putnam and 
Schuyler on the north, by Scotland and Knox on the east, by Macon on the 
south, and Sullivan on the west, having a length from north to south of 
twenty-two miles, and from east to west of twenty-seven miles, and contains 
an area of over 380,000 acres of land, about 170,000 of which is under culti- 
tion and improvement. It has eight townships, viz : Benton, Clay, Ivirks- 
ville, Liberty, Morrow, Pettis, Polk and Salt River. It is well watered by 
Streams running from north to south, the principal of wliich is Charitan river 
and the head forks of Salt river. This county will be intersected by the 
North Missouri Railroad, and is now reached I'rom Macon City, the nearest 
point on railroad, at the intersection of the North Mo. and H. & St. Jo. R. R. 
by stage daily. 



ANDREW 
Is in the western part of the State, on the Missouri river, and is bounded 
on the north by Nodaway, on the east by Gentry and DeKalb, on the south 
by Buchanan, and west by Holt counties; it also borders on the river, a dis- 
tance of about twelve miles at the south-west corner, having a length from 
north to south of twenty-two miles, and from east to west, on the north line, 
about twenty-four miles, and on the south about fifteen miles; containing an 
area of 180,000 acres of land in cultivation. It has six townships, viz: 
Jackson, Jefferson, Nodaway, Platte, Rochester and Savannah ; Savannah is 
the County Seat, and is reached by rail from St Joseph, on the Platte Country 
Railroad. The county is watered by the Platte and the 102 river flowing 
southward through it ; and the western boundary is the Nodaway river, flow- 
ing between it and the adjacent counties. The country is very beautiful in 
this part. 



ATCHISON 
Is the most extreme north-western county in the State ; it is bounded on 
the north by the State of Iowa, on the east by Nodawoy, and the south by 

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26 S. B. wyckoff's 



Holt, and the Missouri river bounds it on the south-west and west. It contains 
nine townships, viz : Benton, Buchanan, Clark, Clay, Nishanabotany, Polk, 
Kockport, Sonora and Tarkio, with an area of 105,000 acres of land under 
cultivation, while the whole county contains about 322,000 acres, being about 
the same size as Andrew county. Atchison county is reached by the Missouri 
river. There are very few running streams of water in this county compared 
with others, but the quality of the land is very fine, 



AUDEAIN 
Is in the central eastern part of the State, being on the line of the North 
Missouri K. R., and is bounded on the north by Monroe and Ralls counties, 
on the east by Pike and Montgomery, on the south by Montgomery, Callaway 
and Boon counties, and on the west by Boon and Randolph counties, having 
a length from east to west of forty-six miles, Avhile from north to south it is 
only about twenty miles in the widest part, and six in the narrowest. The 
county contains seven townships, viz: Culver, Loutre, Mexico, Prairie, Bal- 
ing, Salt River and Wilson. There are about 244,000 acres of land under 
cultivation, and 414,000 acres of land in the whole county. Mexico is the 
County Seat, and a pleasant little place it is. This county is watered by 
Young's Creek, and the south fork of Salt River, and the west fork of Quiver 
River ; there is much prairie in this county, and the number of towns in the 
county is not very great, but Mexico is of more importance than any point on 
the North Missouri Railroad between Macon and St Charles. 

Mexico, the County Seat of Audrain county, one of the most promising, 
healthy and desirable little cities on the whole line of the North Missouri 
Railroad. It is situated on a high rolling prairie, in the forks of Salt river, 
and is thus surrounded on the east, north and west by bodies of fine timber, 
stone, water and coal. It is situated 100 miles from St. Louis, in the center of 
a fine agricultural and stock growing country, commanding not only the entire 
trade of Audrain county, but a large share of Monroe, Callaway, Boone and 
Ralls, Its citizens are intelligent, enterprising, and progressive, mani- 
festing a lively interest in education and religion. Mexico was incorporated 
as a city in 1859, and during the war its rapid progress was suspended, but 
hostilities had no sooner ceased than it began again to improve. The energy 
of its citizens was again renewed, immigration invited, and it is again rapidly 
improving. Its citizens have well earned the good reputation awarded them 
by those who are familiar with their energy, business and thrift, The city has 
now a population of 3000, and is daily increasing. It contains six churches, 
two weekly newspapers, a first class female seminary, and a number of other 
flourishing schools, one Masonic and one Good Tempars hall, three hotels, 
three boarding houses, two express ofhces, two steam saw mills, three lumber 
yards, three brick yards, a foundry, a woolen factory, a tobacco factory, two 
marble works, two public ice houses, two butcher shops, three boot and shoe 
shops, three stove and tin shops, three harness shops, two barber shops, three 
carpenter shops, three blacksmith shops, ten dry goods and eight family gro- 
cery stores, three drug stores, three milliner shops, two hardware stores, two 
furniture stores, tAvo jewelry stores, two tailor shops, one bakery, three saloons, 
a billiard saloon, eight doctors, nine lawyers, ten ministers, tAvo real estate 
agents, three insurance agents, four notaries public, one dentist, one photo- 
grapher, two war claim agents, two music teachers, one wagon shop, one gun- 
smith shop, and two lines of stages running north and south daily. Among 
the recent and most valuable improvements is a very large and fine brick 



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hotel, now in course of erection by its enterprising citizen A. R. Ringo, pri- 
vate banker, A part of the building will be fitted as first class business 
rooms and offices, in which will be found Judge John P. Clark, Clerk of the 
Circuit Court, and one of the oldest, most accomodating and reliable land 
agents in the city. 

This county is generally high and rolling prairie land predominating. 
The soil is mostly of a clayey loam, which is slightly retentive of moisture, 
but when cultivated and fall-plowed, becomes light and highly productive. 
The fine sand with the clay tends to make the soil warm up quick Avhen the 
spring opens 

There are no rivers proper in this county. Tlie principal streams are 
Cuivre, Hickory creek, Littleby, Salt river, Young's creek and Saline creek. 
These streams are small, none averaging over a rod in width in the flry sea- 
son. The current is not rapid in any of the streams. But few springs are 
found in the county. The water in all the streams is soft, 

I believe there is not a developed water power in the county, though there 
are a dozen sites for mill seats. There have been several water mills in this 
county, but steam, being so convenient to locate, has superceded them in pro- 
pelling our mills and factories. 

Timber is tolerably plenty along all the streams, and most of it is of a 
good quality. White oak. Hickory and black walnut are the most abundant, 
while burr oak, elm maple, walnut, sycamore, linn or bass wood, birch, etc., 
are found quite plentifully, and of a size suitable for sawing. Grapes, plums, 
gooseberries, blockberries, strawberries, etc., are the m.ost kinds of wild fruits 
and in their season, are usually quite abundant. 

There are no government lands in this county, but there is a large 
amount of land, held by both residents and non-residents, that is in market at 
reasonable rates. The average price of improved farms is about $15 per 
acre, and for unimproved, ^7. 

Building lime and sandstone are abundant. Fire and potter's clay have 
been found. Coal of a good quality is abundant in nearly every township in 
the county. Most of the coal thus far mined has been by 'stripping' — taking 
off the dirt and then digging up the coal. So far as I know% there is but one 
mine Avorked under ground. The average depth of the veins is probably 
about twenty inches. 

There are several small flouring and quite a number of saw mills in the 
county; only one woolen factory and a machine shop. 

An agricultural society was organized here several years ago, and held 
one fair. It was a joint stock company, incorporated by special act of the 
Legislature. The fair held here was a decided success, with fine buildings 
and fixtures erected by the company at a cost of several thousand dollars, 
and the ground has beautiful shade trees that adorn it. 

From the best information I can get, I should say not over one-tenth of 
the land in this county is in cultivation. There are about 9,500 inhabitants 
now in the county. 

Considerable wool is produced in this county, but not much for export. 
I do not know of any one who makes wool raising a busines to any great ex- 
tent. The wild pasturage is good and sheep healthy, and if our legislators 
will only tax down worthless dogs, we may reasonably hope for an increase 
in the amount of wool raised in our county. 

Considerable hedging was put out before the war, and some of it has 
done well, while the rest has failed; probably the failures were in proportion 
to the neglect in attending to the hedge ^he first years of its growth. The 
Osage is the only plant tried. " > 



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The people are beginning to wake up to the importance of fruit culture. 
The few who put out fruit trees ten years ago, are receiving their reward now, 
and their success is stimulating others to plant quite liberally. The land is 
well adapted to the cultivation of all the finest fruits, and ere long they will 
make rich displays of them at their horticulturul gatherings. 

There is no vineyard of any size in the county, but enough grapes have 
been raised in different parts of the county to demonstrate the ability to raise 
them plentifully. Several of the citizens are fixing to plant more grapes in 
the spring, and some planted last fall. 

The market facilities are good, and very soon will be unsurpassed. The 
North Missouri railroad runs through the entire length of the county, giving 
a market through to St. Louis, and in a few years this road will be completed 
to the Iowa roads. 



BOONE 

Is situated on the Missouri river, near the center of the State, and is 
bounded on the north by Randolph and Audrain, and on the east by Audrain 
and Callaway, and on the south and west by the Missouri river, and on the 
north-west by Howard county; having a length of thirty-six miles from north 
to south, and a breadth of twenty-two miles from east to Avest, and contains 
seven townships, viz : Bourbon, Cedar, Columbia, Missouri, Perche, Roche- 
port and Rocky Fork. It is watered by Bonne Femme, Hinkson's branch, 
Rockbridge river and Silver Fork. Columbia is the County Seat, situated 
near the centre of the county. There is in this county 368,000 acres of lands 
in farms, and about 391,000 acres in all. This county is reached on one side 
by the Missouri river, and on the other by the N, M. R. R., having two sta- 
tions on the latter within its limits. 

Columbia is the County Seat of Boone county, and is situated near the 
center of the county, in a rich and fertile country, unsurpassed by any in the 
State. It is surrounded entirely by a timbered country, well watered, and for 
health it is not surpassed by any locality in the State. 

Columbia is about thirty miles north-west of Jefferson City, and is about 
nine miles from the nearest landing on the Missouri river, at Providence, with 
which it is connected by a gravel road, constructed some twelve years ago. 
Columbia is about twenty-one miles from the nearest depot on the North Mis- 
souri Railroad, at Centralia, in the county, but there is now in process of con- 
struction a railread leading from Columbia and tapping the North Missouri 
railroad at Centralia, twenty-one miles in length, and known, as the Columbia 
and Centralia Railroad. This road will befiniscd by the first of July, 1867; 
the grading and masonry are now almost completed, and the iron has 
been all secured and purchased. The county isssued her bonds to this end 
to the amount of two hundred thousand dollars, and they have all been sold 
at par, purchased chiefly by her own citizens. When completed, Columbia 
will be in a direct railroad communication with St. Louis, without changing 
cars. 

By a large appropriation made by the county, together with the volun- 
tarily contributions of the citizens, ample means have already been secured 
to construct three substantial rock or turnpike roads, all leading from Colum- 
bia to the eastern, western and southern boundaries of the county. These 
roads will all be put under contract this spring. 

Columbia has a population of about thirt^^-five hundred souls. The 
State University is located in this place. The edifice itself cost over eighty- 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 29 

five thousand dollars in 1840, and was built exclusively out of the voluntary 
contributions of the citizens of the county. The whole amount raised at that 
time, and donated by the citizens of the county to this institution, exceeded 
one hundred and twenty thousand dollars. (A liberality in the cause of edu- 
cation unprecedented in the history of this county, taking into consideration 
the wealth of the county at that time.) The endowment fund amounts to 
about one hundred and twenty-three thousand, the interest on which in part 
supports the university. 

There is also in this place two large female schools, both in a prosperous 
condition, and long established; one "Christian Female College," the other 
"Baptist Female College," each of which had over 100 pupils at the last ses- 
cion. The Court House is a very substantial building, built about the year 
1850, at a cost of about $18,000. 

The general surface of this county is gently undulating, and the great 
body of the soil rich and productive. The Missouri river forms the southern 
boundary. Several small streams Avhich rise in the northern and north- 
western part of the county, unite and form the Roche Perche, which runs into 
the Missouri river about ten miles below the town of Rocheport, which is in 
the south-west corner of the county. At this last named point is the mouth 
of the Moniteau, a stream of less size, and forming the boundary line between 
Boone and Iloward for ten miles from its mouth. Cedar creek, a stream about 
forty miles in length, has its source in the north-east; forms' part of the 
boundary between Boone and Callaway, and flows into the Missouri river 
nearly opposite the city of Jefferson. 

Thei'e are some lasting springs of pure water, but, as a general thing 
cisterns are used for drinking and family purposes, and ponds for stock. No 
streams that afford available water power the whole year, for manufacturing 
purposes. 

Timber is abundant and of fine quality, consisting chiefly of oak, walnut, 
ash, hickory, sugar-tree and elm; undergrowth, hazel, sumach, pawpaw, dog- 
wood and redbud. 

Wild fruits, grapes, haws, blackberries, crab apples, jjlums, hickory nuts, 
walnuts and hazel nuts. 

There is no land owned by the United States government, but little by 
non-residents, ten or twelve acres by the Boone County Agricultural Society, 
a few acres each by the two female colleges at Columbia, where the State 
holds a small tract, on which is the University of Missouri. 

The average value of improved lands is about S20 per acre ; of unim- 
proved, from $5 to $10. 

Lime rock of the finest quality abounds in different parts of the county. 
Flintstone is found in the beds of many of the small streams; sandstone, in a 
few places only. 

Coal is found in large quantities, and several fine veins have been open- 
ed, from which the city of Columbia is abundantly supplied. No iron, lead 
or copper has been discovered, and there are no indications of coal oil. 

There is a fine flouring mill at Columbia, one with a steam distillery con- 
nected at Rock Bridge, five miles south-west ; one at Rocheport, and a Avatcr 
mill on Cedar creek, which runs about half the year; also two steam mills in 
process of erection. 

About one-half of the land is in cultivation, and, according to the cen- 
sus 1861, the population was fifteen thousand seven hundred and seventy-four. 
Owing to the existing troubles, at that time, growing out of the rebellion, it 
was impossible to obtain a correct enumeration. There are over 20,000 in- 
habitants at this time. 

The great source of wealth to the county is stock raising, and no other 



30 8. B. wyckoff's 



in the State is more noted for its fine horses, mules, jacks and cattle ; hence, 
corn, oats, blue grass, clover and timothy are regarded as the most valuable 
crops, and are mostly fed on the farms that produce them. 

There is a growing disposition among the farmers to grade and mac- 
adamize the principal thoroughfares, and a railroad connecting Columbia 
with the North Missouri Railroad, will most likely be built at an early 
period. 

The followins is a list of County officers : 

Representatives in the Legislature, James S. Rollins and Rollin Lyman. 

Sheriff, James C. Orr. 

Circuit Clerk, John M. Samuel. 

County Clerk, Warren Woodson. 

County Judges, John W. Hall, James Harris, and James Arnold. 

Supervisor of Registration, Jefferson Garth. 

County Attorney, Washington|Gordon. 

County Assessor, Joseph W Hickman. 

County School Commissioner, James Henderson. 

Public Administrator, John Ellis. 



BUCHANAN 

Is in the western portion of the State, on the Missouri river, and is 
bounded by Andrew on the north, DeKalb and Clinton on the east, Platte on 
the south, and the Missouri river on the west. This county is entered by the 
Platte Country Railroad from the north and south, and by the Hannibal and 
St. Joseph Railroad on the east, and has a long river line for its western 
frontier. St. Joseph is a place of the greatest importance in North Missouri, 
and is the capital of this county. The Platte river and its branches water the 
eastern part of the county. The land is quite hilly and uneven, while there is 
most splendid timber in many parts of this county. The county is quite well 
settled up, 248,000 acres of land being in farms, 118,000 of which is under 
cultivation. The townships are Bloomington, Center, Crawford, DeKalb, 
Fremont, Jackson, Lake, Marion, Platte, Rush, St. Joseph, Washington and 
Wayne. 



CALDWELL 

Is situated in the north part of the State, and in the third tier of counties 
from the Iowa line, has Davis county on the north, Livingston and Carroll 
counties on the east, Ray county on the south, and Clinton county on the 
west. It is twenty four miles long east and west, and eighteen wide north 
and south. It contains five civil townships, viz: Davis, Elm, Grand River, 
Blythe and Rockford, with a population in 18G0 of 5,084. This county is 
very well watered by Shoal creek, which runs the entire length of the county 
from west to east ; it has numerous tributaries — Mill, Log, Mud and several 
other ci-eeks. It is also well timl)ered, the timber being very well distributed 
throughout the county. The central part of thecounty also abounds in good 
stone for building. There arc indications of stone coal and kerosene oil, but 
proper examinations have not been made; also good indications for marble. 
The assessed value of personal and real estate in this county in 18G0 was 
$1,045,927 ; estimated true value, $2,117,671. The population and valuation 
of real estate, are increasing very fast at present. The Mormons settled in 



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this county about the year 1832, and built the town of Far West; but after 
they were driven out in 1835 and went to Nauvoo, 111., the town of Far West 
was completely destroyed and moved away. The foundation of their "Tem- 
ple" is still visible. This town was situated in the north-west part of the 
county. 

The present countv officers are : 

Circuit Clerk, J. H. Williams. 

County Clerk, Walker Miller. 

Probate Judge, John Wright. 

County Treasurer, R. E. Turner. 

County Attorney, J. D. S. Cook. 

Sheriff, Isaiah Jones. 

Superintendent of Public Schools, Hamilton McAfee. 

Justices of the County Court, John F. Dodge, E. D. Johnson, and J. H. 
Nosier. 



CALLAWAY 
Is situated south on the Missouri river, which is its southern boundary, 
and Montgomery its eastern, Audrain its northern, and Boone its western ; it 
is reached by stage from Mexico, and by boat from St. Louis ; Fulton is the 
County Seat, where they are building a fine Court House. The County is 
large and contains six townships, viz: Bourbon, Cedar, Cotes-an-dissein, 
District No 18, Liberty and Round Prairie, and contains about 400,000 acres 
of land, of which 154,000 is under cultivation. It is well watered by Muddy 
and other creeks. There is plenty of coal in the banks of the creeks, and ex- 
cellent timber in all parts. 



CARROLL 

Is situated south on the Missouri river, which is its southern boundary, 
Chariton is on the east, Livingston on the North, and Caldwell and Ray on 
the west ; it is on the line of the extension of the west branch of the North 
Missouri Railroad, Avhich will run through its County Seat, Carrollton. The 
county contains six townships, Carrollton, Grand River, Hurricane, Morris, 
Sugar Tree Bottom, and Waconda, and is watered by Turkey and Big creeks 
and their branches. The county has some very rich bottom land, and has 
about 391,000 acres of land, of which 51,000 is under cultivation. This 
county contains both coal and lead. 



CHARITON 

Is centrally situated in the interior on an extensive bend of the IMissouri 
river, having it for its southern boundary, together Avith a corner of Howard, 
and on the east Randolph and a portion of Macon, on the north iSlacon and 
Linn, and on the west Carroll and a portion of Livingston. The county has 
a length from east to west of thirty-three miles in the longest part, and from 
north to south thirty miles, being quite pointed at its southern extremity. 
The county contains nine townships, viz : Buftalo Lick, Boe Branch, Bruns- 
wick, Chariton, Clark, Keytesville, Missouri, Prairie and Yellow Creek, with 
an area of 294,000 acres of land under fence. The county is well watered by 



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the Chariton and Grand rivers, and their branches. Keytesville is the County 
Seat, and Brunswick is a place of considerable importance. This county 
contains coal. 

The first session of the Missouri Legislature was held in 1820 ; and at 
this session the county of Charitan was organized. In 1821, I think, the 
Chariton Circuit Court was organized at Old Chariton, near the present town 
of Glasgow, and the machinery of the new county w'as put into operation. 
At this time it was thought that Old Chariton v/ould become the great town 
of Missouri, and many shrewd men invested in town lots at high prices. Lots 
now in the business centre of St. Louis, were freely traded for lots in Old 
Chariton. Subsequently, and about the time Keyte laid ofi' the town, the 
County Seat was relocated and permanently fixed at Keytesville. A Court 
House was soon erected, and the courts which were previously held in a pri- 
vate building, commenced carrying on business in style. 

Of the sterling men who settled this county, and laid the foundation of 
its prosperity, much might be written that would interest the reader, but it is 
not now my purpose to write of the past, or to chronicle the changes that have 
taken place since their day. 



CLARK 

This is the most north-eastern county in the State, being bounded by 
Iowa on the north, the DesMoines river on the north-east, the Mississippi 
river on the cast, Lewis county on the south, and Scotland county on the 
west; having a length from east to Avcst, on the north, of twelve miles, and 
on the south of twenty-two miles; while from north to south it extends twen- 
ty-four miles ; having an are of 185,000 acres of land under fence. The 
county contains twelve townships, viz : Alexandria, DesMoines, Folker, 
Jackson, Jefferson, Madison, St." Francisville, Sweet Home, Union, Vernon, 
Washington and Wyaconda, wdiich are well watered by Fox river and Wya- 
conda creek and branches. 

The genei'al character of Clark county, in reference to the division of its 
soil, may be stated as follows : 

Perhaps fully one half of the tillable soil is bottom and upland prairie, 
every acre of which is, or can be made, available for agricultural purposes. 
One-half of the county is timbei'ed land, conveniently located for use on the 
prairies, or wherever needed. It is principally level, rolling, and in some in- 
stances hilly and abruptly bluffy in its topography. The prairies are level, 
gently undulating and rolling, diversified with numerous springs, small 
branches of creeks and draws. 

The timbered districts are level, rolling, hilly and bluffy, frequently 
interspersed with springs, creeks, ravines, vales, and smooth bottom lands. 

The soil is variable. In the bottoms it is usually rich, dark, loamy or 
sandy, on the hills and bluffs strong, dark, slightly stony and intermixed with 
clay. 

The prairies are perfectly splendid in their appearance and matchless in 
soil, a rich black loam, with clay sub-soil. They are susceptible of the high- 
est state of cultivation, teeming with magnificent crops of cereals, grasses, 
tubers roots; covered with excellent orchards, while countless, herds of cattle 
horses, sheep, swine and all the herbivora, dot the vast expanse uncultivated, 
pleasing the eye, exalting theunderstanding, and whispering to the observant, 
reflecting mind a faint dream of fabulous, inexhaustible wealth, to be realized 
in future generations. 



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The north-eastern border of the county is washed by the waters of the 
DesMoines river for a distance of thirty miles, forming a tributary of the 
grand old Mississippi, which flows past its eastern boundary a distance of 
thirteen miles. Enough is known of the Fathers of Waters to require no 
further remarks from us ; rather let us turn to the more unobtrusive, less 
known, but none the less beautiful DesMoines. This is decidedly the most 
attractive and picturesque river of the west. It is navigable in the spring 
time a distance of two hundred miles for ordinary light draught boats. 
tSmaller crafts, propelled by steam, have gone as high as Fort Clark, a dis- 
tance of three hundred and forty miles. Its width is two hundred and fifty 
to thee hundred yards. The force of current, at ordinary stage, is four miles 
an hour, and its depth at a low stage two and one-half to three feel. 

There is no river in the west producing a more inexhaustable, and at the 
same time easily accessible water power, or presenting better locations for 
the erection of manufacturing works. 

No county presents better facilities and more natural resources for the 
speedy and economical construction of works of this character, while no 
county in the west, just at this time, oifers greater inducements to capitalists 
and men of practical experience to embark in this enterprise. 

Speaking of the DesMoines and Mississippi rivers, calls to mind a decid- 
ed tendency on their part to inundate, during the spring freshets, some of the 
richest bottom farm lands in the country, extending longitudinally a distance 
of four to six miles, and latitudinally about twenty miles. This difficulty 
could be obviated at a comparatively trifling cost, by building a dyke or levee 
similar to those erected on the lower Mississippi. 

About six miles distant from the DesMoines, and running parallel with 
it, is Fox river, a small, sluggish stream, somewhat used for a water power, 
but not so much as formerly. Since the settlement of the country the water 
runs off" more rapidly, and there are times when water enough to turn a wheel 
cannot be obtained. It is affected by drouth, and depends principally upon 
its tributary creeks and branches for its volume of water. It empties into 
the Mississippi. 

The Wyaconda river sweeps through thesouth-west corner of the county. 
It is a small stream, possessing the same general characteristics of Fox river, 
and affected by the same influences. 

Between Fox and the Wyaconda rivers are Sugar and Honey creeks. 
These creeks are simply what their names imply, and need no further com- 
ment. 

There are a number of durable springs in the county, and more constant- 
ly being developed as the county progresses. There is most excellent water 
accessable in all parts of the county at a depth of ten to forty feet. The Avell 
water is all hard, though some of the springs afford excellent soft water. A 
great many of the stock raisers are constructing artificial ponds or reservoirs, 
the clay sub-soil holding water well. These ponds are very serviceable and 
durable. 

It may not be amiss to state here, that, comparing the resources, natural 
advantages, proximity to rivers, railroads, etc., of this county, such is the 
desire of its citizens to encourage a good class of immigration, that they are 
selling lands fifty per cent, cheaper than any other county in the State. 

We must not omit some mention of the railroad which runs through the 
county, and to which the county has subscribed liberally. It is the Alexan- 
dria and Bloomfield road, and is being constructed as rapidly as can be ef- 
fected by a large working force. We may expect at no distant day to see the 
iron horse flying rapidly over this beautiful county, laden with rich treasures 
of the fertile and productive land. 



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This county is amply timbered, being at least one-half covered with dense 
growths of every variety. The supply will more than equal all demands for 
centuries. There arc large quantities of excellent white oak bordering on 
the DesMoines river, suitable for boat building, with ample supplies of wal- 
nut and cherry, employed in finishing and fine work. There have already 
been numerous hulls constructed on the DesMoines river for barges and steam- 
boats. 

There are about one hundred and sixty acres of government land in the 
county, very poor and entirely worthless — not fit for pasturage. About one- 
fourth of the land in the county is owned by non-residents. There is no land 
owned by corporations. The average price of improved farms is at least 
twenty.five dollars per acre. The average price of unimproved land is about 
fifteen dollars per acre. 

They have an ample supply of gray, white and blue limestone, gray gran- 
ite, white and yellow sandstone, blue soapstone, black and yellow slatestone. 
They have an abundance of bituminous coal, also some cannel coal. They 
have some fifteen veins of bituminous coal that have been and are now opened 
and worked to some extent. The veins will average from two to three feet 
in thickness, and are usually from ten to twenty feet below the surface. 
Mining operations have been restricted entirely to coal, with great success, 
presenting a fine opening for the successful employment of large capital. 

There are four flouring mills in the county, locatedatthe following points : 
one extra fine, largo mill at Athens, water power ; one extra fine large mill 
at Alexandria, steam power; one mill near Winchester, steam power; one mill 
at Waterloo, water power. 

There is o"ne woolen factory at Athens, with inexhaustible water power, 
presenting a fine opening for the investment of capital. This factory has a 
massive solid masonry foundation, sixty by one hundred feet dimension. 
The superstructure at present completed is only sixty feet square, and five 
stories high, working one hundred and twenty spindles, six looms, one break- 
er, one condenser, etc., Avith two carding machines. There is no better sheep 
country in the west than this. The market at home will absorb the total 
manufacture. The property is eligibly situated Avith i-egard to accessibility, 
railroad and river transportation being available. It is situated on the south 
bank of the DesMoines river, twenty-five miles above its junction with the 
Mississippi river. All that is necessary to make a first clajB factory is cap- 
ital. 



CLAY 

Is situated in the west part of the State, on the north side of and border- 
ing on the Missouri river, by which it has a very irregular and crooked 
boundary. The county is bounded on the east by Ray, and on the north by 
Clinton, on the west by Platte, and Houth by the Missouri river. Its length 
from east to west being twenty-one miles, and from north to south from fifteen 
to twenty-one miles ; its County Seat is Liberty, which is described on the 
179th page of this book. The county contains six townships, named as fol- 
lows : Fishing River, Gallatin, Liberty, IMissouri, Platte and Washington. 
The county is watered by Fishing river and its branches, and contains much 
very fine land. 

Population about 18,000. 



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CLINTON 

Is situated in the western part of the State, and has the H. & St. Jo. R. 
R. near its northern boundary line, it crossing it three times. The county ia 
nineteen miles from north to south, and twenty from east to west; being near- 
ly an exact square. It is bounded on the north by DeKalb, on the east by 
Caldwell and a portion of Ray, on the south by Clay and the west by Buch- 
anan and a portion of Platte. This county contains much beautiful prairie 
land, and has not many streams of water, except Castle creek in the north- 
west part. Plattsburg is the county seat, for Avhich see a description ou the 
224th page of this work. The county contains boundless acres of smoothly 
rolling, unoccupied prairie land, which looks very inviting to the agricultu- 
rist, and as it is to be intersected by still another railroad, in a north and 
south direction, no part of it will be more than ten miles from a railroad. It 
has seven tov/nships as follows : Concord, Plattsburg, Hardin, Jackson, La- 
fayette, Platte and Shoal. 

Population about 12,000. 



DAYIESS 

This county is situated on the north side of the H. & St. Jo. R. R., the 
third row of counties east and north from the Missouri river ; it is bounded 
on the north by Plarrison, the east by Grundy and Livingston, on the south 
by Caldwell, and on the west by DeKalb and a portion of Gentry ; its length 
from north to south being twenty-four miles, and its breadth from east to 
west the same, it will be thus seen that it contains 368,640 acres of land. It 
is intersected and watered by the west branch of Grand river and its branches, 
which How from the north-west to the south-east. The County Seat is Gal- 
latin, for which see a description on the 149th page. The county contains 
seven townships, via : Benton, Gallatin, Grand River, Harrison, Jackson, 
Jefferson and Salem. 

Population about 10,000. 



DE KALB 

Is situated in the west part of the State, the second row of counties east 
of the Missouri river, and on the north side of the H. & St. Jo. R. R. The 
county is boumled on the north by Gentry, on the east by Harrison and a 
portion of Daviess, on the south by Clinton, and the west by Andrew and a 
portion of Buchanan, and has a length of twenty-one miles from north to 
south, and the same in width. It is watered by Grind Stone creek and one of 
the branches of the Platte river. The surface of the country is very high and 
gently rolling, and partakes very largely of the prairie elejnent. Maysville 
is the County Seat, situated centrally, and further described on page 194 of 
this work. The county contains live townships m follows : Camden, Dallas, 
Grand River, Polk and Washington, and has a population of about ten 
thousand. 



GENTRY 

Is situated in the north-west part of the State, only fourteen miles from 
the Iowa line, and being about twentv-four distant north of the H. & St. Jo. 



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R. R. It is bounded on the north by Worth, on the east by Harrison and a 
portion of Daviess, on the south by DeKalb, and the west by Nodaway and a 
portion of Andrews ; it having a length of twenty-four miles from north to 
south, and a width from east to west ot twenty-one miles. It is intersected by 
the west branch of Grand river, the head waters of Sampson creek, and the 
Wihl Cat, and is well watered and timbered in all parts except in the more 
south-west portion. Albany is the County Seat, it can be found described on 
the 105th page of this Avork. The county contains a population of about 
thirteen thousand inhabitants, and contains both coal and copper among its 
minerals. 



GRUNDY 

Is situated centrally in the north part of the State, being about twelve 
miles north of the H.& St. Jo. R. R.,and is bounded on the north by Mercer, 
on the east by Sullivan and a portion of Linn, on the south by Livingston, 
and on the west by Daviess and Harrison, and has a length from north to 
south of twenty-two and a half miles, and from east to west of twenty miles. 
The county is well Avatered by Thompson's Fork of Grand river, and West 
Fork and Hickory creek. It is also well timbered and is a fine grazing 
county, having a perfect hilly surface. Trenton is the County Seat, for 
which see a description on page 267 of this book. The county contains seven 
townships, as follows: Franklin, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Marion, 
Trenton and Washington, and had a population of about eight thousand in 
1860. 



HARRISON 

Is situated in the north tier of counties adjoining Iowa, sixty miles east 
of the Missouri river, and is thirty one miles north and south, and twenty- 
four miles east and west, The surface is principally high rolling prairies, in- 
terspersed with plenty of timber. Grand river runs through the east portion 
of the county, and Big creek through the centre, which furnishes excellent 
mill power, There is but very little land which is not capable of cultivation 
and all of the grains are profitably raised — wheat, 83,936 bushels : corn, 
2,593.870 ; horses, 6,039; mules, 614; cattle, 13,828 ; sheep, 34,461; and 32,- 
084 hogs. 

Population, 14,931. Total assessed value of personal property, $1,385,- 
217 ; real estate, $2,064,530 ; total, $3,449,747. No. of children between five 
and twenty years of age, males, 2,547 ; females, 2,407 ; total, 4,956. No. 
attending school past year, $2,169 ; amount of school fund paid teachers, $7, 
059 63. ' ■ 

Great inducements are presented to emigrants; lands are good and selling 
at almost government prices, and no county in the State presents better 
chances for profitable investment. 



HOLT 

Is one of the most western counties in the State, being on the Missouri 
river, west of the Nodaway, and bounded on the north by Atchison county, 
and on the west, south-west and south, by the Missouri river. Its length from 



NOKTU MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 37 

north to south being twenty-four miles, and on its widest meridian twenty 
miles. It contains seven townships, as follows : Benton, Clay, Dallas, For- 
est City, Lewis, Nodaway and Oregon. Its County Seat is named Oregon, 
for which see a description on page 213. There is a railroad projected 
lengthways through this county, and which will intersect a very fine and fer- 
tile district. The county is mostly prairie, and has only a few small creeks 
three or four in number, the land being high and rolling. 



HOWARD. 

This county is situated centrally on the north side of the Missouri river, 
and is of irregular shape, being bounded on the west and south by the Mis- 
souri river, on the north by Chariton and Randolph, and on the east by 
Boone; having Fayette for its County Seat, which is situated centrally and 
near the Bonne Femme creek, and for which place see a better description on 
the 144th page of this book. The length of this county from north to south 
in twenty-three miles, and the greatest width is twenty-two miles. It is 
watered by the Moniteau and Bonne Fennne creeks, and the county contains 
many excellent farms, and contains a greater amount of farming machinery 
than any other county in North Missouri. The county is divided in the fol- 
lowing townships : Bonne Femme, Boonslick, Chariton, Fayette, Franklin, 
Glasgow, Monitau, Prairie and Richmond, and had in 1860 a population of 
10,120, and now contains many more. This county contains both coal and 
lead. 



KNOX 

Is situated in the north-eastern part of the State, and is of a quadrangu- 
lar form, being twenty-one by twenty-four, the first from east to west, and the 
last from north to south. It is bounded on the north by Scotland, on the east 
by Lewis, on the south by Shelby, and on the west by Adair and a portion of 
Macon. Edina,the County Seat, is situated centrally, and on the South Fab- 
ius creek, but for a further description of it see the 141st page of this work. 
This county isw^ell watered, having seven streams of living water, each a few 
miles apart, flowing to the south-east in nearly parallel lines ; they are the 
branches of the Fabiuses and of Salt river. This county is about fifteen 
miles north of the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and twenty-four miles west of the Mis- 
sissippi river, and contains the following townships : Benton, Center, Fabius, 
Greensburg, Jeddo and Salt river. This county contains also both lead and 
coal, and has a population of about 9,000. 



LEWIS. 

This county borders on the west side of the Mississippi river, between the 
river and Knox county. 

The surface is mostly level or undulating, sometimes rising in picturesque 
hills and bluffs along the streams, then stretching away into vast prairies, 
generally running parallel with the general course of the streams. 

The soil is fertile, particularly along the margin of the rivers; and even 
the most barren ridges are profitably cultivated. 



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The climate, though variable, is healthy, and the .summer seasons are 
very warm. 

* The interior of the country is well watered by the Wyaconda, the North, 
Middle and South Fabius rivers, with many other smaller streams of never- 
failing supplies of soft waters and an available water power for manufacturing- 
purposes. 

Along the border of the streams is found a great variety of excellent 
timber, of which white oak, black oak, walnut and hickory constitute the prin- 
cipal variety, amongst which is generally found a thick underbrush of crab 
apple and wild plum, also grape vines twining amongst the branches, produc- 
ing fruit abundantly. 

The lands of this county have all been entered, of which there are large 
tracts owned by non-residents, and also some owned by railroad companies. 
Improved farms are sold at an average price of fifteen dollars per acre, and 
the average price of unimproved lands is less than five dollars per acre. 

There are no mines in operation, although we are assured that veins of 
excellent coal exists in the northern part of the county. Limestone is found 
in abundance, and is extensively used for building purposes and burning into 
lime. No indications of coal oil exist, which has very generally excited the 
inhabitants of other sections of the State. 

Mills are scarce, although there are a number of exellent flouring mills 
and carding factories. Agricultural implements, w^ith the exception of plows 
are generally imported. 

They have an agricultural and mechanical association, incorporated by 
an act of the Legislature, approved March 14th, 1856. 

About one-half of the county is in cultivation, of which the productions 
are wheat, corn, oats, hay, buck-wheat, sorghum aJid pototoes. Both fall and 
spring wheat are raised. Fall wheat produces an average crop of thirty 
bushels per acre among the best farmers. Neither drilling or sub-soil plow- 
ing has been introduced to any extent, which would probably increase the 
wheat crop fifty per cent. Corn is extensive'y cultivated for feed, which is 
generally fed to stock in the ear, and but small quantities are exported. The 
cultivation of sorghum has become general ; is now raised upon almost every 
farm, from which small quantities of sugar have been manufactured. Many 
improvements have been made in the implements for its manufticture. At- 
tention is paid to raising hay and tame grasses, which meet with success. 
Timothy and clover mixed are more prifitable for winter feed, but extensive 
fields of clover are cultivated for pasturage. Large quantities of Hungarian 
hay are raised, the use of which does not meet with the approbation that clover 
and timothy do. 

Hedging has been tried, and excellent Osage fences in diifercnt parts of 
the county exist. 

Orchards are not generally oultivatocl, although both climate and soil 
are adapted to the raising of fruit trees. John C. MciVfee is a professional 
fruit grower, and has an excellent and extensive nursery near LaGrange, in 
this county. 

Immigration into the county during the past summer has been vast, and 
with each eastern immigration are introduced improvements in farming im- 
plements, stock, system and mode of cultivation, that promise iair, in the 
course of a few years, to so much improve this section of country as to be able 
to compete with older States in resources. 



LINCOLN 

Was organized from St. Charles county in 1820; at that time the terri- 



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tory of St. Charles extended to the northern boundary of the State, and 
westward as far as Boone county. Lincoln county is situated north of the 
Missouri river, St. Charles county intervening between it and the Missouri 
river, and is hounded by St. Charles county on the south, the Mississippi 
river on the east, Warren and Montgomery counties on the west, and Pike 
county on the north, and contains eight organized townships, viz : Bedford, 
C-ark, Monroe, Hurricane, Union, Millwood, Waverly and Prairie. Quiver 
rrver, running from nortli-west to south-east, runs through the entire county, 
which is drained by the river above named, and its tributaries. 

There is an abundance of excellent timber land in this county, also rich 
and fertile prairies. There are some four or five water mills in the county and 
twelve or fourteen steam saw and flouring mills. Troy is the County Seat, 
and is situated within ten miles of Wright City, on the Ts^. M. R. R. There 
are a number of flourishing towns in the county, among them are Troy, Au- 
burn, New Hope, Falmouth, Truxton, Millwood, Louisville, Drydonsville, 
Old Monroe, Cap au Oris and Chantilly. Total number of acres in the su- 
perficial area of the county, about 400,000. 

In 1866 there were 5,234 horses, 1,006 mules and asses, 9,043 neat cattle, 
14,986 sheep, 14,681 hogs; total valuation of real estate, $1,753,860; valua- 
tion of personal property, $1,094,020; valuation of real and personal, $2,847.- 
880. Population in 1864, 15,811, There were in 1866, 6,021 children be- 
tween the ages of five and twenty-one years ; sixty-six school districts, fifty- 
nine teachers, forty-five male and fourteen female. There is a large college 
building at the County Seat, capable of accommodating 300 pupils, called the 
Christian Institute. The staple products are wheat, corn and tobacco. The 
lands are rich and fertile, and this may be considered over an average county 
in richness of soil and products. 

The prices of land range from five to twenty dollars per acre, and have 
always been considered cheap in proportion to other lands in other adjoining 
counties, which offer a fine inducement for emigration. 

Coal is found in abundance, in several parts veins of excellent quality 
have been struck near the surface, eighteen feet in thickness, and they have 
not yet went through the vein. 



LINN 

Is situated„centrally on the line of the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 100 miles west 
of the Mississippi and the same east of the oNIissouri, and the second county 
from it northAvnrd. It is a very large county, being twenty-seven miles from 
east to west, and twenty-four from north to south. It is bounded on the north 
by Sullivan, on the east by 3Iacon on the south by Chariton, Jind on (he 
west by Livingston and a portion of Grundy. Linneus, the CVunty Seat, is 
situated nearly centrally, and for a description of which, look on page 181 of 
this hook. The county is traversed by the Little Yellow, the Yellow and 
liocust creeks, which run from the north to the South, having between them 
a great deal oriiilly country, covei'ed yrith a small growth of timber; but in 
the western hiilf of the county the land is much the best, and is in faft a very 
beautiful farming country. The county contains coal, and in 18(-i0 contained 
a population of between eight and nine thousand, which is now doubled. 



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LIVINGSTON 

Is situated centrally on the line of the H. <fc St. Jo. R. R., the fourth in 
succession eastward from the Missouri river, and the fifth from the Mississip- 
pi ; its shape is nearly quadrangular, except a small toe Avhich projects to the 
east at the south-east corner, caused by following Grand river for a boundary. 
The county is bounded on the north by Grundy, on the east by Linn, on the 
south by Carroll, and on the west by Caldwell and Daviess. Chillicothe, 
the County Seat, is situated as near the center as may be, and for which see 
the 127th page of this book. This county has a length from north to south 
of twenty-four miles, and on the narrowest part a width from east of twenty- 
one, and in the widest part twenty-seven miles. Grand river and its forks 
penetrate the county in every direction. There is much rich bottom land 
and excellent timber in this county. It contains both coal and copper, and 
has seven townships, viz : Chillicothe, Cream Ridge, Grand River, Green, 
Jackson, Monroe and Maud, and has a poulation of about 12,000. 



MACON 



Lies in the northern part of the State, and is bounded on the north by 
Adair and Knox counties, on the east by Knox and Shelby counties, on the 
south by Randolph and Chariton counties, and on the Avest by Chariton and 
Linn counties. Length north and south, thirty miles, with an average width 
of twenty-eight miles. It has a fertile soil, about equally divided wdth tim- 
ber and prairie; the timber are various kind of oak, mostly white oak, also 
walnut, hickory, maple, ash and various other kind of timber. The H. <fc 
St. Jo. R. R. runs through the southern part of the county east and west, and 
the N. M. R. R. runs through north and south. There are three rivers run- 
ning through the county in a southern direction, and a number of creeks. 

The prairie land is high and rolling ; it is excellent farming land. There 
are fourteen townships in the county, viz : Middle Fork, Ten Mile, Jackson, 
Laplata, Richland, Walnut Creek, Independence, Liberty, Russell, Callao, 
Bevier, Chariton, Narrows and Hudson. The population is about 20,000. 
The assessed value of the real estate of this county is $2,643,604; number of 
horses, 6,825; nmmber of mules and asses, l,786;^neat cattle, 16,946; number 
of sheep, 28,889; number of hogs, 36,814; other personal property, $569,908; 
moneys, bonds, notes, bills of exchange and other securities, $569,908; num- 
ber of acres, 436,713; total taxable wealth, $4,1(»8,388. 

The following is a list of county officers : 

Representative, T. A. Eagle. 

County Clerk, -John Farrar. 

Circuit Clerk, John M. Loudon. 

Sheriff, William Forbes. 

Treasurer, Geo. W. Bearnes. 

County Judge, A. C. Atterbury. 

County Judge, Wm. D. Roberts. 

County Judge, J. R. Alderman. 

Supervisor of Registration, Thos. Smith. 

Coroner, E. C. Still. 

County School Superintendent, S, P. Vandoozer. 

Assessor, N. H. Patton. 



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MAKION 

Is situated east on the Mississippi river, at tlie eastern terminus of the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R., and is in tlie form of a parallelogram; having the south- 
ern side the largest, caused by the eastern tendency of this river in this part, 
the county having a length on its southern border of thirty miles, while on its 
northern side it has only twenty-one, its width north and south is eighteen 
miles. It is watered by two rivers, which flow in an irregular direction, both 
empty in the Father of Waters, viz : North river and the South Fabius. 
The county is nicely diversified as to surface, scenery, water and timber, and 
is well settled up with wealthy planters. The County Scat, Palmyra, is a 
pleasant place, and is described on page 215 of this book. Coal is found in 
this county, but not mined to any great extent. The townships are ten in 
number, named as follows : Hannibal, Liberty, Mason, Miller, Palmyra, 
Round Grove, South River, Union and Warren. 

Population of this county, about oO,000. 



3iEECER 
Is situated in the extreme north part of the State, adjoining the Iowa line 
The county has a square form, being twenty miles either direction in length 
or breadth north or soutli. It is bounded on the east by Putnam and a por- 
tion of Sullivan, on the south by Grundy, and on the west by Harrison. It 
is divided in about two equal parts by the Weldon river running from north 
to south, and Thompson's Fork intersects its eastern edge. Princeton, the 
County Seat, is situated centrally, and further described on the 222d page. 
The country appears new and not populous in inhabitants. Minerals seem 
to abound, there being iron, coal and copper found in this county. There are 
ten townships, as follows : Harrison, Lindsley, Madison, Marion, Medicine, 
Morgan, Princeton, Ravana, Somerset, and Washington. This county is at 
present thirty-four miles from any railroad, and one is spoken of to be built 
up the Grand and Weldon river bottoms, which will open up some of the 
newest portions of this heretofore little known country. 



MONROE. 
This splendid county of land is situated on the point between the inter- 
section of the North Missouri and the H. & St. Jo. R. R., being tapped by 
that road in the north-east part, but not touched by the N. ]\I. R. R. by about 
five miles on the west. The county is bounded by Shelby and ]\Iarion on the 
north, Ralls on the east, Audrain on the south, and Randolph on the west; 
its length from east to west being thirty-one miles, and width from north to 
south twenty-one miles. It is intersected in various direct ions by Salt river 
and its branches, being eight creeks, whicli leave no part of it scantily watered 
unless it be the south-west township. P;iris, the County Seat, is described on 
page 218 of this work. The county contains coal and has nine tOAvnships, 
named as follows : Clay, Indian Creek, Jackson, Jefferson, Marion, South 
Fork, Union, Washington and Woodlawn. The population of the county in 
1866 was 11,764, but now is much more, probably at fifteen or sixteen 
thousand. 



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MONTGOMERY. 

This county is in the south-east part of North Missouri, on the line of 
the N. M. R. R., and is bounded on the North by Audrain and Pike, on the 
east by Lincoln and Warren, on the south by Warren and the Missouri river, 
and on the west by Callaway and a portion of Audrain; its greatest length 
from north to south, being thirty-one miles, and its width twenty miles. Dan- 
ville, its County vSeat, is further described on the 1.37th page. There are five 
little towns on the railroad in this county. The county is watered by the 
head waters of streams which run both into the Missouri and Mississippi 
rivers, and it has much beautiful and fertile land within its borders. It 
comprises the five following townships : Bear Creek, Danville, Loutre, 
Prairie, and Upper Loutre, All the settlements in this county look vigorous 
and prosperous, and it is one of those counties which are firmly fixed in our 
list of admiration, and from which we think few would wish to emigrate. 
Lead is found in this county. 



NODAWAY. 

This is a very large county, situated in the north-west part of the State, 
bordering on the Iowa line, and being next to the corner county of the otate. 
It is bounded on the east by Worth and Gentry, on the south by Andrew, 
and on the west by Holt and Atchison; its length from north to south is 
thirty miles, and from east to west twenty-seven miles, and is watered by 
three large streams, the Nodaway, the One hundred and Two, and the Platte 
rivers, which all run is a pretty direct southern course, and have not many 
tributaries, but there is excellent timber on their margins. The land in this 
county is said to be of a good quality. The County Seat, Maryville, is fur- 
ther described on the 193 page of this book. The county contains about fonr 
hundred and ninety-five thousand three hundred and sixty acres of land, and 
had in 1860, a population of between five and six thousand people, which is 
now largely increased. 



PIKE 

This large county is situated east on the Mississippi river, which is its 
boundary for a distance of about thirty-six miles. It is bounded on the south 
by Lincoln and Montgomery, on the west by Audrain and Ralls, and on the 
north by Ralls, having almost a pentangular shape. Its greatest length from 
east to west being thirty-five miles, and that from north to south twenty-eight 
miles. Bowling Green, the County Seat, is further described on page 113 of 
this'* work, and for the balance of this description we are indebted to Mr. C. 
L. Draper, of Louisiana: 

The city of Louisiana is situated in Pike county, and beautifully located 
upon the Mississippi river, about 120 miles above St. Louis, and thirty miles 
below Hannibal. Its present population is about 4,000 and is rapidly on the 
increase. The land on Avhich the city is built, is gently undulating, affording 
an excellent location for the business part, and beautiful sites for residences. 
Its levee is considered one of the best on the Upper Mississippi, furnishing, at 
all stages of water, an excellent landing for boats. The streets are nearly a'l 
macadamized, and the sidewalks paved with brick and stone, so that the in- 
habitants are rarely ever troubled with mud. The scenery from the high 
bluflfs, which lie above and below the place, is ever an object of admiration, 



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affording the spectator magnificent views for miles across the waving prairies 
of Illinois, and up and down the river, which majestically Hows hundreds of 
of feet below him. A steam ferry plies between the city and the opposite 
shore at all times, when crossing is not indeed impossible by ice, which is 
generally but a small part of the year. The society is refined and intelligent 
and is marked by a spirit of toleration and forbearance which pervades espec- 
ially the different religious denominations. Besides numerous common and 
select schools, it has one high school and one college, and to those wishing to 
give their children a thorough education, no better opportunity could be afford- 
ed. Bowling Green, the County vSeat, is situated eleven miles west, an excel- 
lent gravel turnpike connecting the two places. There are also two other 
gravel roads leading from Louisiana, one to Frankfort, sixteen miles north- 
west, and the other to Prairieville, fifteen miles south. Stages run daily to 
Hannibal, Wellsville and Clarksville, and tri-weekly to Pittsfield 111. 

The country back of Louisiana cannot be excelled anywhere in richness 
of soil and abundance and variety of products. At present there is every 
prospect that in a year or so a railroad will be built from Keokuk to St. 
Louis, passing through this point, and one from Naples, 111., through this 
place and intersecting the North Missouri R. R. about Mexico, is also being 
earnestly discussed on both sides of the river, with a reasonable prospect of 
success. 



PLATTE. 

This is in the western part of the State, on the north-east bank of the 
the Missouri river, being almost triangular in shape, having the Missouri 
river for the hypothenuce, and the north and east lines, right lines, dividing 
it on the north from Buchanan, and on the south from Clay and a small por- 
tion of Clinton counties. It is intersected by the Platte river, which flows 
nearly north and south, and which is its only stream of importance. The 
county is hilly and timbered, and well supplied with an easily quarried sort 
of building stone of a yellow tint. Platte City, the County seat, is further 
described on the 223d page of this book. The counties greatest length east 
and west is nineteen miles, and twenty-one north and south; it contains eight 
townships, as follows : Carroll, Green, Lee, Marshall, Pettis, Platte, Preston 
and Weston, and has a line of railroad on the bank of the Misssouri river, 
which extends below the town of AVeston. 



PUTNAM. 

This is one of the north tier of counties adjoining the Iowa line, on which 
it has a boundary of thirty-six miles. It is bounded on the east by Schuyler 
county, from which it is divided by the Chariton river, on the south it has 
Adair and Sullivan counties, and on the west jNIercer. Its breadth from 
north to south being from fourteen to eighteen miles. It is watered by many 
small streams which are the heads and forks of the Chariton river and Locust 
creek; the western part especially being well supplied; the north-eastern 
part of the county wanting streams most. Unionville, the County Seat, is 
further described on the 27()th page. The county contains eight townships, 
viz : Breckenridge, Elm, Jackson, Liberty, Medicine, Richland, Union and 
York. The county contains coal, but its distance from the railroad and the 



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quantity of timber precludes the necessity for the use of it. There will, how 
ever, be a railroad Avitliin twelve miles of the county in a few months. 



RALLS. 

This county is situated in the eastern part of the State, and borders on 
the Mississippi river for a short distance, and on the soutii-east and south it 
has Pike and Audrain, and on the west Monroe county; its greatest length* 
from north to south being twenty-four miles, and that from east to west being 
twenty-seven miles. It is well watered by Salt river and its tributaries, which 
generally flow in an eastern direction. New London, the the County Seat, 
is in the eastern part, and for a more extended description of it see the 209th 
page. The county contains seven townships, as follows : Clay, Center, Jas- 
per, Saline, Salt River, Saverton and S|Kiii(i. There is much very fine 
country is this county, and an abundaul -^uitply oi most excellent timber. 



RANDOLPH 

Has an area of about 400 square miles. The population in 18G0 was 
10,200, and the valuation of all taxable property, including slaves, was 3,000,- 
000. The population now is about 14,000, and the total valuation of all tax- 
able property $1,984,110; real estate, $1,257,950. The number of school 
districts organized and schools being taught is thirty ; the school fund 
amounts to about $2,300 annually, of the county; the State school fund is 
small in addition. The timber and prairie land is about equally divided. 
The county contains thirteen towns, viz : Huntsville, Renick, Jacksonville, 
Allen, Cairo, Moberly, Milton, Fort Henry, Thomasville, Clifton, part of 
Roanoke, Uptonville and Darksville. Some of these are large and thrifty 
towns, others are very small, containing only a post office and blacksmith 
shop. Huntsville contains a population of ohont 1 200; Roanoke, about 500; 
Jacksonville, about 250; the others are all iciKii-kably small. The chief 
products of the county are tobacco, corn, and hay, wheat is also grown with 
success by those who bestow upon it the proper attention. 

Every part of the county is well watered. Timber of a superior quality 
in great abundance is found; immense strata of fine building stone is also 
found lavishly, and coal in inexhaustable quantities is everywhere within its 
limits, and most of it of the finest quality. Signs of petroleum also abound, 
and potter's clay in several localities. 

There are thirty churches in the county, and thirty school houses, one 
college, located in Huntsville; the Mount Pleasant college, being under the 
control and management of the Mount Pleasant association of united Bap- 
tists, it was built, however, by the liberality of all denominations, at a cost of 
$16,000, about twelve years ago, it has a library and aparatus, also, costing 
about $2,000. The number of saw and grist mills is very few in comparison 
to the want; no flouring mill, and only one woolen factory, located at Silver 
Creek. There are numerous locations where steam saw and grist mills would 
do a most excellent business, and Huntsville is regarded as a location un- 
surpassed by any other location for a flouring mill, a saw mill, a woolen fac- 
tory, and indeed, any kind of a manufiicturing establishment that requires an 
abundance of coal and v/ater. There are ten tobacco factories in the county, 
but not one where tobacco is manufactured; there are no breweries, and but 
one distillery. It has two railroads, the North Missouri, the pride of the 



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State, which enters at its south-east extremity and traverses its entire length; 
and the West Branch, which, starting at Moberly, near the centre of the coun- 
ty, passes along through the western part of the same, and enters Chariton, 
and thence ultimately it is supposed will end somewhere on the Pacilic coast. 
Another road is also in contemplation, which will strike the county on the 
east, and terminate at Moberly. 

They have all the facilities and advantages necessary to invite the hardy 
sons of toil to make a home with them; a salubrious climate, fertile soil, illim- 
itable mineral wealth, excellent thoroughfares, (except the county roads) un- 
impaired religious and educational advantages, and a prevalence of law and 
order. And to the emigrant seeking a home in Missouri, professional man, 
artizan, or tiller of the soil, we would say if you wish to live and enjoy the 
fruits of your labor in peace, you cannot find a better location than this 
county presents. 

The county ofiicers are : 

Circuit Judge, Geo. H. Burckhartt. 

County Judge, James Terrill. 

County Judge, Joseph Carding. 

County Judge, Samuel Burton. 

Circuit Clerk, Waller T. Austin. 

County Clerk, J. C'. Shaeier. 

Sheriff, J. N. Austin. 

Treasurer, Robt. G. Gilman. 

Coroner, Geo. T. Green. 

School Commissioner, G. F. Rothwell. 

County Attorney, John R. Christian. 

Countv Survevor, B. F. Rice. 



RAY. 

This county is situated in the west part of the State, on the north side, 
and adjoining the Missouri river, and is bounded on the north by Caldwell, 
and on the west by Clay and a small portion of Clinton. The county has a 
length from east to west of twenty-four miles, and from north to south of 
the same. It is watered by Crooked creek and Fishing river, and their 
branches, which flow southward into the Missouri. The soil of this countv 
is rich, and there are many fine farms and Avell cultivated plantations. Rich- 
mond, the County Seat is situated not far from the southern boundary of the 
county, and for a better description of it see page 228 of this book. The 
county contains seven townships, viz : Camden, Crooked River, Fishing 
River, Grape Grove, Knoxville, Polk and Richmond. This county heads 
the list of the North Missouri counties in the value of slaughtered animals, 
the value of home made manufacturers, the amount of cane sugar made, the 
amount of clover seed raised, and the number of working oxen. 



ST. CHARLES. 

The county of St. Charles originally embraced all the territory lying be- 
tween the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, from the Missouri river to the 
British possessions, and from the Mississippi river to the crest of the Rocky 
Mountains, the dividing line between the waters of the Atlantic and those of 
the Pacific. From time to time these v^st proportions were curtailed, until 



46 s. fe. wyckoff's 



the county was reduced to its present wieldy and comfortable size. These 
changes gradually occurred as the country here and beyond became settled 
and the governmental wants of the people found expression, through the Leg- 
islature, in the erection of counties, successively taken from the original St. 
Charles county, and successively subdivided to meet the convenience of the 
increasing population. 1 say settled, because one hundred years ago St. 
Charles county was a howling wilderness, over which roamed the wild beast, 
and the no less wild and savage Indian. Of course there was no agriculture 
here then, for the animal in liuman form supplied the wants of his body by 
the chase, as did the beasts of the field and the birds of the air, differing from 
them in externals in but little except, perhaps, in the means and manner of 
taking his prey; while the time not thus spent was consumed in an occupation 
also followed by beasts and vultures — in slaying other animals of his own 
species, either in single combat or in war. Thus the bow and the tomahawk 
— unagricultural tools — were the implements, almost entirely, in the hands of 
the only inhabitants of all this region, Avhile the Indian, boasting the number 
of scalps hanging at his girdle, and aspiring to the position of a 'brave,' dis- 
dained the plow, 'the shovel and the hoe,' and other implements of husbandry 
which constitute the foundation of the wealth and material progress of this 
land over every other country. 

But gradually the march of that encroachment which has steadily pushed 
back the son of the forest from Plymouth rock to the Mississippi, reached 
this wild region, and the red man receded before his white brother. First 
came the French, a light-hearted race, who, hapjiy in the gratification of their 
lew and simple desires, enjoyed the present with but few thoughts for the fu- 
ture. Those who first came engaged in a mode of life scarce less wild and 
roving than that of the savage whose country they had invaded, employing 
themselves in hunting and trapping, and in the fur and peltry trade. But 
soon families began to arrive and take up their abode in the wilderness, and 
villages arose here and there. The first settlement in what is now St. Charles 
county, and, indeed, in all North Missouri, was made at Village du Cote, now 
the city of St. Charles. This was in 1780, sixteen years after LaClede found- 
ed the post of St. Louis. 

Many of the villagers, and others in their vicinity, engaged in agricultu- 
ral pursuits, the villagers being supplied, by grant from the Government, 
with a lot (one hundred and twenty by one hundred and fifth feet, French 
measure) in the village, and a tract of land at a convenient distance for 
farming purposes. The fields of that day differed materially from those of 
this day, as the system of surveying and laying off land used by the French 
government differs from that adopted in the United States. Where the 
French system originated and how it came here I do not know. The agricul- 
tural lands were laid one arpen wide and forty arpens long (an arpen or ar- 
pent is eighty-five one-hundredths of an acre, nearly) and the farmer had one 
or more of these tracts granted to him, according to his ability to work a 
smaller or a larger tract, the number of his family, or other circumstances 
surrounding him. These farms were to be had for the asking, the only condi- 
tion being that they should be worked. They were laid off' immediately ad- 
joining each other, as the inclosing of a piece of ground forty times as long 
as its widtli would cost more than the value of the land inclosed, the farms 
were not fenced separately. Twenty, thirty, forty, any number of these ill- 
shaped farms being laid off' together, the whole were inclosed by a common 
fence around all, which was maintained and kept in repair in accordance 
with certain specific legal requirements, under the direction of the syndic, 
an officer whose name and functions are well known to the readers of the civil 
law. 



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The fields thus inclosed were called "common fields, and one or more of 
these was around or near each French village ; thus, the common field 
of Carondolet, the Grand Prairie common field of St. Louis, etc., and in St. 
Charles county, the Prairie Basse (Low Prairie) of St. Charles, and the 
Prairie Haute (High Prairie) common field.'^, adjacent to the, then, village of 
St. Charles, and the Portage des Sioux couimon field, near the vilhige of 
Portage des Sioux; though these "fields" have long since lost their original 
character, taken more convenient forms, Avitli partition fences between, and 
become subject to different laws. 

Besides these particular grants to individuals in and about the village 
there was also always granted to the villagers, as a community, a more or 
less extended tract for the purpose of afibrding them wood for themselves and 
pasturage for their horses, cattle and of her animals. These were the com- 
mune lands or commons, and were used as common property by all the vil- 
lagers, who procured their wood and timber from tlicm, were inclosed by a 
common fence, if inclosed at all, and afibrded pasturage for all. These com- 
mons were not intended to be, and were not cultivated, but used only for the 
purposes named, until the spirit of innovation invaded them also ; and now 
they have been subdivided and leased for long terms of years or sold, so that 
they have, in effect, been diverted from their original design and use, and 
passed into the possession of private individuals. Examples of this tenure of 
land are to be found in the St. Louis, Carondolet, St. Ferdinand, St. Charles 
and Portage des Sioux commons, and others. 

The grants just spoken of, those to individuals as well as those to the 
villages in common, Avere all located near, surrounding or adjacent to the 
several villages. In addition to them, other grants of larger or smaller tracts 
were made to individuals promiscuously through the country. These grants, 
like those before mentioned, were made without (pecuniary) consideration or 
condition, except that the grantees should cultivate and inhabit them. A very 
estimable gentleman, claiming under the original grant, now occupies a tract 
of land in this county which was granted to a man who stated in his petition 
that he had become impressed with the fact that the people of the country 
Avere suffering for the want of peach brandy, and that he was desirous of sup- 
plying their lack by planting an orcliard and making brandy, and wanted 
some land at a place designated for that 2:>urpose; and the Governor, in his 
answer, very cheerfully acknowledged the fact that his people (and perhaps 
he might have added himself, too) were sadly in want of peach brandy; and 
the same man, afterwards obtained an additional grant for the reason tluit 
the former grant was all prairie land, and now he wanted some timbered 
land so that he could get wood to run his distillery. In all cases where (he 
Governor was disposed to comply with the request, he granted the prayer of 
the petitioner, and ordered the officiiil surveyor to put the party in possession. 
The tracts thus granted were not surveyed in pursuance of any plan embrac- 
ing the whole country, but were laid in every conceivable shape, the lines 
running to every point of the compass, and sti'aight or zigzag, just as it hap- 
pened. Without exception, I believe they were always located upon a water 
course, and in the description of them in the deeds are frequently designated 
as being on the waters of such a river or creek, as McCoy's creek, Dardenne 
river, etc.; and whenever it wa > pi;icticable, they Avere located so as to include 
a spring or springs, (as, for instance, Gilmore's Springs, on the North IMis- 
souri Railroad! near which the dwelling Avas usually erected and other im- 
provements made, for greater convenience in procuring Avater for cattle and 
for domestic purposes. These grants Avere of various sizes and shapes, as the 
wishes or caprices of the grantees dictated (^the Governor apparently caring 
for none of these things) varying in size from, say one hundred arpens, eighty. 



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five acres, up to the enormous and unwieldy bulk of nine square miles, five 
thousand, seven hundred and sixty acres, of which latter class an exanple 
may be found in the Avend Rutger's Survey "on the waters of Dardenne," 
in this county. The surveys being laid out very irregularly, with lines of 
every length, and running, as I said, to every point of the compass, interfered 
greatly with the straight north and south and east and west lines run by the 
United States surveyors Avhen they sectionized and sub-divided the country 
after it passed from France to the United States by purchase from Napoleon. 
An inspection of a sectional map of St. Louis, St. Charles, or any of the ad- 
joining counties, will show what I mean, and make this statement clearer than 
I can make it by mere words. 

From the facts above stated, the character of the agriculture of the early 
days of the county may be inferred with a reasonable degree of certainty. 
Near the villages on the small strips composing the "common fields," the pro- 
prietors raised wheat sufiicient for their families corn enough for their few 
horses and cattle, a few sheep, perhaps, for their Avarmer clothing and feet 
gear, a little cotton for lighter clothing, with garden vegetables and a few 
fruit trees, the forests being the source of their principal supply of fruit and 
a portion of their clothing, in the shape of deer skins, out of which pants, 
coats, vests and moccasins were manufactured; and in the intervals between 
other occupations, their time was taken up with hunting and trapping and 
trading in furs and peltries, On the larger tracts much attention, doubtless, 
was given to the objects just named, but liorMs and cattle probably formed 
the main staple of production. In bolli cast s, thei'e being but little demand 
for them beyond the wants of producers and their dependents, the surplus of 
agricultural products was small, and this of necessity arising from the lack 
of buyers, or the want of that energy always displayed in active commerce. 

St. Charles county is bounded on the north by Eagle Fork, or Big creek, 
and Cuivre river, on the north and east by the jMississippi river, on the east 
and south by the Missouri river, and on the west by A\^arrGn county — the 
western being the only straight boundary, and the Mississippi and Missouri 
making the county in the general form of a wedge. It is well watered. Be- 
ginning at the north-west corner cf the county, where St. Charles, Lincoln 
and Warren corner together,, we run east with Big creek to Cuivre, or Quivre, 
y'wcv, and then with the serpentine course of the latter, but in the general 
course a little north of east, to the Mississippi river. Descending the latter, 
in a few miles we come to Peruque creek, which rises in Warren county, in 
township forty-eight, makes a be}id of several miles to the southward, runs 
thence north-eastwardly, and finally makes its exit into the Mississippi river 
in township forty-eight. Next below is Dardenne creek, sometimes dignified 
by the name of river, which rises in township forty-six, on the line between 
sit. Charles and Warren counties, runs first eastwardly, and then north-east- 
wardly, traversing, like Peruque, the entire breadth of the county, and 
empties into the Mississippi in the northern part of township forty-seven. 
These are the only considerable streams umptying into the Mississippi river. 
They traverse the county from west to east, and have numerous tributaries 
which drain and water a large part of the county. There is but one stream 
of noticeable size — the Femme Osage creek — discharging into the Missouri 
river. It rises on the border of Warren county, one branch in the south part 
of township forty-six, and the other about five miles south of tlie first, runs 
nearly east, and empties into the Missouri about two miles below the line be- 
tween townships forty-five and forty-six. These are all properly called 
creeks, as none of them are navigable except the Cuivre, and it only for bar- 
ges; possibly a small steamboat could run up it a few miles in high water, 
but I apprehend would be compelled to back out, as the stream is too narrow 



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to admit of such a craft turning around in it. But they have two rivers, as 
Sam Welller would say, "rivers as is rivers," the "Father of Waters," wash- 
ing one side of the wedge, and "Okl Muddy" washing the other side and 
bringing the wedge to a point. 

Such being the situation of this county in respect of living streams, its 
water power for manufacturing purposes is well nigh inexhaustible. In this 
remark we allude not to the propulsion of machinery by water alone, though 
they are not by any means deficient in this regard. Numerous mills could bo 
propelled by Peruque, Dardenne and Femme Osage creeks, but there is at 
present but one on each, all grist mills. The one on Peruque is about to be 
converted into a steam mill, so^^I hear. But there is scarcely a limit to the 
number of mills that might be run by steam along the banks of these sti'eams 
to say nothing of the Mississippi and Missouri. At the date of this writing 
there are twenty mills in the county, live propelled by water and fiftten by 
steam. Ot these, five are in the City of St. Charles, one on Big creek, three 
on Peruque, three on Dardenne, one on the Mississippi, two in Augusta, and 
the remainder at various points through the county, on the tributaries of the 
streams above named. Water can be obtained at all seasons, though Big creek, 
Peruque,. Dardenne and Femme Osage, during parts of the year, are but riv- 
ulets, but they are never dry, and a sufficiency of propelling power coujd be 
obtained without a day's intermission. Indeed, one of the mills included in 
the above list, is afforded power more than sufficient from a single spring, the 
rivulet into which it empties being oftimes dry, but the spring never failing. 

If there are any government lands in the county I am not aware of the 
fact. I think I am safe in the assertion, that whatever small pieces may 
have escaped entry are of no great value, and practically it may be said there 
are none. The most valuable lands were taken up long since, and then the 
next valuable, until all have been entered at the government price. I find 
by actual count on the tax book for 1865, there are thirty-three thousand six 
hundred and thirty-nine and forty-six one-hundredths acres of land, and one 
hundred and seventeen toAvn lots in the county owned by non-residents. These 
lands and town lots arc valued at two hundred and four thousand nine hun- 
dred and ten dollars. They are marked on the tax list as "non-residents;" 
but this does not mean that the owners are non-residents of the State, but 
only the county; and I know, as a matter of fact, that the larger part, per- 
haps three-fourths, is owned by residents of the State, though non-residents 
of the county. I know of no lands owned by corporations, except some 
graveyards and some lots in St. Charles and Portage des Sioux, and a few- 
church lots in other parts of the county, owned by the St. Louis Univei'sity, 
a Catholic corporation in St. Louis, a church corporation in which, I believe, 
all church property owned by that denomination in the State is vested. I 
should perhaps mention in this connection that the school corporations of St. 
St. Charles and Portage des Sioux own the lands and lots, donated to the 
inhabitants of the respective villages by the act of Congress of June 12th, 
1812. 

As amatter of course, theprices of land, both improved and unimj^roved, 
are as various as the various circumstances surrounding them, the prices of 
improved land depending on the character and extent of the improvements, 
the nature of the soil, the situation of the lands themselves, whether on the 
hills on in the bottoms, Avhether high or low and on accessibility to market, 
and the purposes for which they can be used. Many of these" elements of 
value, also, of course, enter into an estimate of tha price of unimproved prop- 
erty. I know of one farm of two hundred acres, near St. Charles, which sold 
over two years ago for two hundred and four dollars and fifty cents per acre. 
The dwelling and out houses were of indifferent quality, and the fences were 



50 s. B. wyckoff's 



ordinary plank fences; but there was on the farm two large orchards and a 
fine cider house. The farms immediately in the vicinity of St. Charles 
City can be bought at about that figure, some more, some less, according to 
quality and condition of land and improvements. As we leave the city the 
price diminishes quite fast as we go over the hills, and more slowly as we go 
in the direction of the Point Prairie. In that prairie sales have been 
made lately, and for a year or two past, at about one hundred dollars per 
acre, one farm, with indifferent improvement, bringing one hundred and 
twelve dollars. From these figures, these prices ranges downward to, say 
thirty dollars, and in some cases perhaps less. For unimproved lands, the 
price may be stated at from. five to thirty dollars, according to quality situa- 
tion and accessibility to market ; though Ave have, as I suppose, some lands 
that cannot be sold at five dollars, because from their situation they cannot be 
improved at all, or only at great expense ; and as long as better lands can be 
had, the latter will always be taken, even at a much larger figure. 

Some of our hills are rich in certain kinds of underground wealth. The 
city of St. Charles is built on the first rock foundation in the county, ascend- 
ing the Missonri river ; and from that point all along that river to the War- 
ren county line, an inexhaustible supply of rock may be had, entirely or 
almost entirely limestone, so far as I am informed, though, I believe, there 
is some sandstone also to be found in some places. The quantity of rock 
suitable for building, macadamizing, curbing, guttering and paving, and for 
the manufacture of Jime, is abundant in and around the city of St. Charles, 
and much is used for these purposes. The lime necessary for the supply of 
the city and vicinity is made in the city itself, besides which, one limeburner 
(the largest) has exported annually about seven thousand barrels for the 
last four years, his manufacture for the four years being eleven thousand, 
thirteen thousand, fourteen thousand and sixteen thousand barrels respect- 
ively. There are no indications of iron, lead, copper or other ore, nor any 
of coal oil. This does not argue that no coal oil exists in the county, for our 
coal beds are quite extensive, particularly in the immediate vicininity of St. 
Charles. At this point, coal mines have been in operation for a number of 
years past, but none at any other place in the county. According to my 
present recollection, there are four pits now wrought ; two others have been 
opened, but for some years have been idle. Many years ago another was 
wrought, but for twenty years or more has been closed. Concerning this 
last, which is situated on one of the finest farms in the county, an old miner 
once remarked to the owner of it, that there was coal enough under that hill 
to buy the whole farm." There have been nine coal opened in the vicinity 
of St. Charles, but only four are now wrought, and two of these are owned 
and operated by one man. The vein is from twenty to twenty-four inches 
thick ; no vein has been discovered thicker than twenty-four inches. Of the 
veins now opened, one is fifty feet below the surface, another is eighty-five 
feet, and the deepest is over one hundred feet. The quality of the coal is 
fair, not the best. It makes as hot a fire, perhaps, as any other, but there is, 
more slate in the coal itself, and more debris than in the best article. As 
coal is an article that will not bear transportation to a great distance, and as 
coal mines of sufficient capacity for the supply of the home demand have 
been opened on the line of the North Missouri Railroad, and as St Louis is 
supplied by the Gravois and Illinois mines, there is no exportation of the 
article from our county. On the contrary, it is brought hither both from 
Wellsville, in Montgomery county and from St. Louis. In my judgment 
this need not be, for I am sure that out of the mines now wrought, and out of 
others that might be opened in the vicinity of St. Charles, might be obtained 



NOKTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 51 

enough, and more than enough for our own consumption, whether for fuel or 
steam purposes. 



SCHUYLER. 

This small county is situated on the northern border of the State, the 
third in succession from the Mississippi river, and is bounded on the north 
by the State of Iowa, east by the county of Scotland, south by Adair, and 
west by Putnam, from which it is separated by the Chariton river. The 
county is about 18 miles square, with the western boundary irregular, but 
generally straight. The streams are few, being only the head waters of the 
Fabiuses. Lancaster, the county seat is further described on page 178 of 
this book. The county contains six townships, as follows : Charitan, Fabius, 
Independence, Liberty, Prairie, and Salt River. It is on the line of the ex- 
tension of the North Missouri Railroad, and will soon be opened to the world 
on the highway of travel, and near enough to market. There is coal in this 
county, and a population of nine thousand. 



SCOTLAND 

Lays in the north-east part of the State, and on the northern border, being 
bounded on the north by the State of Iowa, on the east by Clark, on the 
south by Knox, and on the west by Schuyler. It is in width, from east to 
west, about 21 miles, in length, from north to south, about the same, and tlie 
County Seat, Memphis, is situated near the center ; and for a more extensive 
description of it see the 195th page of this work. The county has three 
streams and their branches, which tlow through it from the north-west to the 
south-east — the Wyaconda Creek, the North and the Middle Fabius — thus 
it may be considered well watered, and also has a good supply of timber. 
The townships of the county, which are seven in number, are named Greene, 
Harrison, Jefferson, Johnson, Miller, Mount Pleasant, and Sand Hill, and 
has probably by this time a population of about i;i,00(). 



SHELBY. 

This county is situated in the eastern jmrt of the Slate, being but one 
removed from the Mississippi river. It is bounded on the nortli by Knox 
and a portion of Lewis, on the east by Clarion, on the south by ISIon'roe, and 
on the west by Macon counties. It has several streams of water flowing in a 
generally south-eastern course, among which are the Soutli Fabius, the North 
river. Salt river and its branches. Shelliyville, the County Seat, is further 
described on page 237 of this work. The county from east to west is*24 
miles, and from north to south, in the widest part, the same, but averages 
only 20 miles. The H. & St. Jo. R. R. extends the whole width of the county 
on its southern border. The county contains a great quantity of rich and 
quite level prairie laud, and coal is found within its limits to some extent. 



SULLIVAN 

Is situated on the dividing line between the Charlton, on the east, and 



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Grand river, on the west. It is about two-thirds prairie aad one-third tim- 
ber, and is interspersed with streams running from north to soutli, varying 
from two to four miles apart. Its surface is rolling, and its subsoil is clayey 
and tenacious. Its surface soil varies from one to four feet in depth upon the 
ridge, and from four to six feet in the bottoms, and consists of a light sandy 
loam. The creeks are rapid and fed mostly by surface water, and consequent- 
ly are not very durable. There are some streams, however, that run mills a 
good part of the year. There are a few good springs, but they are not gen- 
eral. The water is soft, and there is plenty for stock. Good water can also 
be obtained by digging. 

They have several varieties of timber, the most abundant of which are 
white oak, black oak, black and white walnut, hickory, red elm, white ash 
and Cottonwood. They have fine groves of crab apple and plum trees, which 
yield plentifully, together with grapes, gooseberries, blackberries, raspberries, 
strawberries, etc., which give a good variety of wild fruit. 

The lands are all entered, and about one half owned by non-residents. 
Improved lands are worth from five to twenty dollars per acre, according to 
the state of improvement. Unimproved land from three to fifteen, timber be- 
ing the most valuable. 

There have been no minerals discovered. The county is well supplied 
with limestone and sand rock. There are indications of coal oil, but no ex- 
periments have yet been made. 

The county is not well supplied with flouring mills, but they have a 
few on the creeks. There are no foundries or woolen factories in the county. 
There is about one-sixth of the land under improvement, and the county 
contains about 4000 inhabitants. 

There have been about twenty-five thousand pounds of wool reported 
during the last year. The sheep are mostly of the native stock. There are 
some merino and Cotswold, but are generally in small flocks. The prairies 
afibrding abundant pasturage. Sheep are very healthy, but there are a num- 
ber killed by dogs and wolves. 

There is but little attention paid to tame grasses, on account of abundant 
pasturage on the outside. Timothy is sown for mowing, with good success, 
yielding about two tons to the acre. 

Hedging has been but little tried. It is the opinion of those who have 
tried it that the Osage will do well, as it is not easily water-killed. 

The county furnishes about 12,000 fat hogs for export annually, aver- 
aging about two hundred and thirty pounds, and 4,000 stock hogs. Various 
persons have imported hogs from other States to improve the stock, and with 
good success. 

There are about 2,000 beeves exported annually, and about 15,000 of all 
ages in the county. There has been but little efibrt made to improve them, 
and there are no dairies of consequence. 

There are about 1,500 horses raised annually, average price, $100. 
Draught horses are generally raised. There have been no particular efforts 
made to improve the breed. 

There are but few mules raised in the county. 

The citizens are generally raising orchards; with good success. Their 
orchards are yet young. They have no professional fruit growers in this 
county. 

'There are no extensive vineyards in the county. The citizens cultivate 
a few for their own use. Mr. Marine, of Greencastle, is the most noted vine- 
yardist in the county. 

Sullivan county is well calculated for farming purposes, but better 
adapted to stock. Stock of all kinds are extremely haelthy. 



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They formerly raised good wheat, oats and rye, but for a few years it 
has been dry, and the chinch bug lias increased so much that citizens have 
generally abandoned sowing. We think the abundant rains this past summer 
have killed the chinch bugs, as there are none to be seen this fall. 



WAKREN. 

This county Is situated in the eastern part of the State, and on the north 
side of the Missouri river, which is its southern boundary; St. Charles bounds 
it on the east, Lincoln on the north, and Montgomery on the west. The 
county has an irregular shape, being only five miles on its northern frontier, 
twenty-four miles about on its centre, and its runs to a point on the south; its 
extreme length from north to south is twenty -four miles, although it will not 
average more than half of that. AVarrenton, the County Seat, is further de- 
scribed on page 272 of this work. This county lays very high and has but 
few streams of water of any size, although we.l supplied with excellent tim- 
ber. It is well suited for grazing purposes. It has seven townships as follows: 
Bridgeport, Camp Branch, Charrette, Elkhorn, Hickory Grove, Pinkney and 
Warrenton. This county is well adopted for fruit growing, and its nearness 
to market rendeis it very desirable for this purpose. 



WORTH. 

This is one of the smallest counties in North Missouri, and is situated on 
its northern border adjoining the Iowa line, having it for its boundary twen- 
ty-one miles; its width from north to South is thirteen miles. It is bounded 
on the east by Harrison, on the South by Gentry, and on the west by Noda- 
way, and is one of tlie youngest counties in the State, having been but a few 
years since set apart from CTentry. Grant City its County Seat is described 
on the 152d page. The county is well watered by the head waters of Grand 
river. Which all flow to the south, and at a distance of about four miles 
apart. The county contains coal, but being supplied with timber and being 
forty-five miles from railroads, it has no yet been required by the wants of 
the people. 



SOME CURIOUS STATISTICS. 



St. Charles. Most white male foreigners 2,851 

" " " female foreigners 1,984 

" " " Foreign population 4,835 

Buchanan. Most white American males 9,404 

" " " " females 8,378 

Kentucky most largely represented in resident natives of other 

states 99,814 

Florida smallest - 57 

Germany largest foreign element 88,487 

Central America the smallest 1 

Boone an d Howard Co's. contain the greatest number of the 

largest farms over 1,000 acres. 
Sullivan Co. the greatest number of the very smallest sized 

farms under 3 acres. 

Boone Co. contains most acres of improved land 202,487 

Callaway Co. contains most acres unimproved land in 

farms 295,918 

Buchanan Co contains greatest cash value of farms 6,523,511 

Howard Co. contains greatest value of farming machinery. 196,805 

Boone Co. contains greatest number of horses 9,292 

Boone Co. contains most assess and mules 4,621 

Boone Co. contains greatest number of milch cows 6,911 

Ray Co. has most working oxen 3,050 

Boone has most cattle 14,805 

Callaway Co. has greatest number sheep 27,728 

Boone Co. has most hogs 63;5 1 3 

Boone Co. has greatest value of live stock 1,621,297 

St. Charles Co. raises most wheat 263,409 

Ray Co. produces most bushels of clover seed 191 

Lewis Co. most bushels of grass seed 8,235 

Gentry Co. most lbs. of hops 5l7 

Platte Co. most tons dew rotted hemp , 1,793 

Gentry Co. most tons of water rotted hemp 600 

Shelby Co. most lbs. of flax 4,853 

Buchanan Co. raises most rye 11,379 

Boone Co. raises most corn : 1,869,922 

Callaway Co. produces most oats 130,480 

Pike Co. produces most lbs of rice 8,610 

Chariton Co. produces most lbs. of tobacco 4,356,024 

Adair Co. most lbs. of cotton .^. 300 

Boone Co. most lbs. of wool 65,630 

Gentry Co. most bushels of peas and beans 4,339 



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Buchanan Co. most bushels of potatoes 46,179 

Platte Co. most bushels of sweet potatoes 8,602 

St. Charles Co. most bushels barley 17,424 

Shelby Co. most bushels buckwheat 10,202 

Platte Co. most value of orchard products 38,199 

Warren Co. most gallons of wine 1,801 

Livingston Co. most market gardening 6,890 

Shelby Co. most lbs. of butter 305,585 

AndrcAv Co. most lbs, of cheese 11,476 

Callaway Co. most tons of Hay 11,090 

Shelby Co. most bushels of Flaxseed 371 

Linn Co. most lbs. cocoons silk 8 

Lincoln Co. most Ibs.maple sugar 14,824 

Ray Co. most hhds. cane sugar 208 

Boone Co. most gallons maple molasses 6,220 

Carroll Co. most gallons cane molasses 8,618 

Mercer Co. most gallons sorghum molasses 25,415 

Gentry Co. most lbs. beeswax 3,068 

Gentry Co. most lbs. honey 79,099 

Ray Co. most value home made manufactures 110,115 

Ray Co. most value of slaughtered animals 254,344 



GENERAL 

Commercial and Purchasing 

AT 

QUINCY, - - " ILLINOIS, 
Will be Open for Business 

ON 

SEPTEMBER FIRST^ 1887. 

Having arrangements with HOUSES in EVERY BRANCH of trade 

and business, IMPORTERS and MANUFACTURERS, by which 

we can furnish ANY ARTICLE either for PERSONAL 

USE or DEALERS SUPPLIES, by the single 

article or the thousand, on the very 

®©it ami, ^@wi)il I^^I'Mlh^ 

CHARGINa NO COMMISSION TO PUHCHASEHS BY WHOLESALE 

Yet throwing such immense sales into the best hoilscs (hey can aflbrd to give 

us only one-hiilf of wliat traveling agents cost them 

and llic other is you gain as 

^V\^E CH^VRQE YOU Ins O I'llOFIT. 



LIST OP THE COUNTIES OF EASTERN KANSAS. 



ALLEN 

Is situated in the south-cast part of the State, in the second tier of counties 
removed IVom the Missouri State line. It is bounded on the north by An- 
derson, on the east by Bourbon, on the south by the Neosho Lands, and on 
the Avest by Woodson county. Its length from north to south is 28 miles, 
and from east to west has a breadtli of 24 miles. The western part of the 
county is traversed by the Neosho river, which runs in a nearly direct south- 
ern course for 24 miles in 3 miles of the west line. Humboldt, the County 
Seat, is on this river about midway from north to south between its limits. 
There are not many other streams of water iu the county, and the greater 
part of its lands are the New York Indian lands. It, however, has a popu- 
lation of about 4,500. 



ANDERSON 

Is situated in the second tier of counties west of the Missouri line. It 
is the third county south of the Kansas river. It is bounded on the north by 
Franklin, on the east by Linn, on the south by Allen, and on the west by 
Coffey county. It is 24 miles square. It has a population of 2,500, and 
contains six townships — Reeder, Jackson, Monroe, Walker, Washington, and 
Ozark. Garnett is the County Seat, and is a point on the Leavenworth, 
Lawrence and Galveston Railroad. It is situated nine miles from the north 
and east lines of the county. The jirincipal streams are Potowatomie Creek, 
South fork of Potowatomie Creek, Cedar Creek, Deer Creek, Sugar Creek, 
and Indian Creek. A spur of tiie Ozark mountains extends through the 
county, from the south-east corner to about the centre on the west side ; it is 
called "Ozark Ridge." It furnishes unequaled range for stock both summer 
and winter — upon which stock will live during the whole winter. The soil 
is black loam with limestone base on bluffs. There is timber on all streams 
from one to three miles wide. Coal has been found in small quantities in the 
western part of the county. The streams on the north side of Ozark Ridge 
run to the north-east, and on the south side to the south-east. 

The follov.'ing is a list of the county officers: 

Treasurer, T. G. Hedlcy. 

Clejk, J. H. Williams. 

Sheriff, Elias Norris. 
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County Attorney, J. G. Lindsay. 
Clerk District Court, G. M. Everline. 
Register of Deeds, J. H. Williams. 
Probate Judge, J. Y. Campbell. 
Assessor, A. Simons. 
Surveyor, James N. Smith. 



ATCHISON. . 
This county is situated on the eastern border of the State, and has the 
Missouri river for its eastern boundary, the counties of Brown and Doni- 
phan on the north, Leavenv»orth and Jefferson on the south, and Jackson 
and Brown on the west. Its breadth, from north to south, is 16 miles, and 
length, from east to west, 31 miles. Atchison, its County Seat, is situated in 
the east end on the Missouri river, where it makes a great bend to the west, 
and from this point is built a railroad into the interior called the Atchison 
and Pike's Peak Railroad, which traverses the county longitudinally through 
its entire length. The Grasshopper creek passes through the south-west end 
of the county. There are eight townships in this county, as follows : Atchi- 
son, Center, Grasshopper, Kappaoma, Lancaster, Mount Pleasant, Shannon 
and Walnut. The county has a population of about 14,000. 



BOUEBON. 
This is one of the counties which borders on Missouri, and is situated in 
the south-east part of the State, ha,ving a boundary of twenty-eight miles ad- 
joining Bates and Vernon countiesin Missouri, and on the south the Cherokee 
Lands, on the west Allen, and on the north Linn counties. It has a breadth 
of twenty-three miles from east to west, and in the northern part it is travers- 
ed by the Little Osage river, while a branch of Grand or Shoal creek reaches 
up from the southern boundary into the interior. Fort Scott, the County 
Seat, is situated centrally from north to south, but near the eastern side of 
the county. This is some seventy miles removed from river navigation, and 
until railroads shall open out to it, will be of difficult access. 



* BROWN. 

This county is situated in the north eastern portion of the State. It is 
bounded on the north by Nebraska, and east by Doniphan county, which lies 
on the Missouri river. It Avas organized in 1856, is twenty-four miles square 
and contains a population of 3,600. The larger part of it is rolling prairie, 
with a fair proportion of timber. It is abundantly watered by Wolf, Walnut, 
Grasshopper, Roys and Roney, and Gregg creeks, and their branches. 

The first settlements in the county were made in 1855. Hiawatha, the 
County Seat, lies forty miles west of St. Joseph, Mo. The estimated value of 
real estate and property in 1866, Avas $3,000,000. The Atchison and Pikes 
Peak R. R. runs through the southern part, and the St. Joseph and Denver 
City R. R. is located through the centre. 

The following is a list of county officers : 

Judge 2d judicial dist., R. St. Clair Graham. 

County Attorney, B, F. Melley. 



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County Commissioner, Ch'n, M. C. Willis. 

County Commissioner, I. P.Winslow. 

County Commissioner, E. A. Spooner. 

County Clerk, E. N. Morrill. 

Clerk of Court, E. N. Morrill. 

Recorder of Deeds, J. W. Oberlioltzer. 

Sheriff, H. M. Robinson. 

Probate Judge, E. A. Spooner. 

(Probate court first Monday in every month.') 

Coroner, G. W. Parker. 

Treasurer, W. B. Barnett. 

Assessor, A. D. Westerfield. 

County Supt. Public Instruction, Noah Hanson. 

Senator 4th Senatorial District, Geo. Graham. 

Representative 11th Representative District, M. C. Willis, 

Representative 12th Representative District, C. E. Parker. 



COFFEE. 
This county is wrongly sj)eiled on the ma])s as Cofley. It is situated in 
the third tier west of the Missouri State line, and is bounded on the north by 
Osage, on the east by Anderson, on tlie south by Woodson, and on the west 
by Greenwood and Lyon counties, being twenty-four by twenty-three miles in 
extent, embracing over 353,000 acres of land. The Neosho river flows diag- 
onally from near its north-west to its south-east corner, being serpentine, but 
the general course dinsct. The east fork of the Vermillion just crosses the 
south-west corner. in other respects the county is deficient in water. It 
contains the following townships : Avon, Burlington, California, Leroy, Ne- 
osha, Ottumwa and Pottawatomie, with a population of about five thousand 
and six hundred. 



DONIPHAN. 
Is situated in the north-east part of the State, in the upper tier of counties 
next to the Missouri river, which is its eastern and northern boundary. It has 
Atchison on the south and Brown county on the west. It is nearly triangular 
in shape, having on its western side a length of twenty-two miles from north 
to south, while not half of that on the east, and on the south it has twenty- 
four miles of county line, and on the north it comes to a point. Troy is 
the County Seat, and is pleasantly situated near the center of the county, and 
on the line of the St. Joseph and Denver R. R. The county contains eight 
townships as follows : Burr Oak, Center, Elwood, Iowa Point, Marion, 
Washington, Wayne and Wolf River, and has a population of about twelve 
thousand. 



DOUGLAS. 

This county immediately adjoins Johnson on the west, and thus it will 
be seen is in the second tier west of the State line, it also adjoins the Kansas 
river on the north; and on that side is bounded by the counties of Jefferson 
and Leavenworth, on the east by Johnson, on the south by Franklin, and ou 



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the west by Osage and Sliawnee; it 1ms a length from north to south of twen- 
ty-two miles; and from east to west of twenty-four miles. Lawrence is the 
County Seat, and is situated in tlie northern part of the county, on the Kan- 
sas river. The county is well watered by the Waukarusa creek and five of 
its principal branches, which flow from the south to the north, and are thence 
emptied into the Kansas river. The county will be bisected by the Leaven- 
worth, Lawrence and Galveston R. li. It has the nine following townships : 
Clinton, Eudora, Kanwaca, Lawrence, Lecompton, Marion, Palmyra, Wauka- 
rusa and the Willow Springs, and is one of the most important counties in 
the State, having a population of at least 16,000. 



FRANKLIN. 
This county is situated in the central eastern portion of the State, being 
in the second row from Missouri; and is bounded on the north by Douglas, on 
the east by Miami, on the south by Anderson, and on the west by Osage ; be- 
ing twenty-four miles from east to west, and twenty-two from north to south 
having Ohio City for its County Seat, which is nearly central in location. 
The Osage river and three of its branches are the water courses which supply 
the needs of the locality, leaving the south part of the county the most desti- 
tute of such advantages. The county contains five townships as follows: 
Centropolis, Ohio, Ottawa, Peoria and Pottawatomie, and the county has a 
population of about 4,500. The Ottawa and Peoria Indians have settlements 
in this county. 



JA€KSON. 
This county is situated in the north-east part of the State, and on the 
north side of the Kansas river, being about thirty miles west of the Missouri 
river. It is bounded on the north by Nemaha and Brown, on the east by 
Atchison and Jefferson, on the south by Shawnee, and on the west by Potta- 
watomie counties, and has a length from north to south of thirty miles, and 
from east to west of twenty-five miles. The Pottawatomie Reservation occu- 
pies about 172,800 acres of the south-west corner of the county. Holton, the 
County Seat, is situated in the nortli part of the county, on Bills creek, 
which is a tributary of the Grasshopper. The county contains four town- 
ships, as follows : Douglas, Franklin, Holton and Jefterson. The county has 
a population of about 3,000. 



JEFFERSON 

Was first settled in the spring of 18,55, by a colony Ji-om Oskaloosa; Iowa, 
and one from Fulton county. 111. The Indian title to the soil was extin- 
guished August, 1804, to about three-fourth of Jefferson county, by a special 
treaty with the Delaware tribe of Indians, providing that the lands should be 
sold to the best bidder, which took place in November, 1856, at Fort Leav- 
enworth, of about one-forth of the lands treated for in Jeflerson county, the 
two-fourths were sold at Osawkce, July, 1857, the remaining one-fourth 
has since passed into the hands of the Union Pacific R. R. Co., E. D., which 
is open at this time for settlement. This county contains eight organized 
townships, viz : Oskaloosa, Jefferson, Grasshopper, Rock Creek, Osawkee, 



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Kaw, Kentucky and Sarcoxie. The Oskaloosa Independent, established in 
18G0, is the oldest paper in the county, and a leading paper throughout the 
State, also the Jeffersonian, established in 1863. The population of this 
county in 186(5 was 8,000 whites and 800 blacks, with forty-one organized 
schools and twenty-one independent schools. School tax of 1866, $14,000 for 
tuition and building; the assessed value of real and personal property, t<l,- 
670,889; estimated true value, $4,170,00. 

Oskaloosa is the capital with the following county officers; 

Clerk District Court, W. P. Stanley. 

Clerk County Court, T. Gritchfield, 

County Treasurer, W. A. Coy. 

Probate Judge, J. W. Day. 

County Attorney, Henry Keeler. 

Kegister of Deeds, L. J. Trower. 

School Superintendent, li. K. McCartney. 

County Assessor, H. B. Wiley. 

Chairman County Board, Levi Wilhelm. 

Member of Board, D. I\I. Smith. 

Member of Board, N. Chapman. 



JOHNSON. 
This county is situated at the point where the Missouri river ceases to be 
the boundary between Missouri and Kansas, and on the meridian of 17 J 
degrees west longitude from Washington. It has the boundary line between 
it and the State of Missouri and Jackson county of that State, and on the 
south it is bounded by Miami, on the Avest by Douglas, and on the north by 
Leavenworth and Wyandotte. Its greatest length from north to south is 26 
miles, and that from east to west 222. Olathe is the County Seat, and is sit- 
uated quite centrally. Several small streams flow westward into the Kansas 
river, but they do not penetrate far into the interior. The county contains 
the eleven following townships: Olathe, Aubrey, Spring Hill, Gardiner, Lex- 
ington, DeSoto, Monticello, Shawnee, McCammish, Oxford, and Union, and 
contains 6,000 inhabitants. 



LEAVENWORTH. 

This county is situated on the eastern border of the State, touching the 
Missouri river at its north-eastern corner. It is bounded on the north by 
Atchison county, on the east by the river and Wyandotte, on the south by 
Johnson and Douglas, and on the west by Jeiierson. It has a length from 
north to south of 30 miles, and a width from east to west of 16 miles— hav- 
ing the town of Leavenworth for County Seat, which is situated in its north- 
eastern part. There is the Leavenworth branch of*the U. Pacific R. R. E. 
D., and the Leavenworth and Wyandotte railroads, in this county, which 
gives it good access to the country. Of streams of water in this county there 
are few, and none laid down on the maps. The county has seven townships, 
as follows : Alexandria, Delaware, Easton, Fort Leavenworth, Kickapoo, 
Leavenworth and Stranger, and also contains the largest city in the State. 
The country is of a picturesqe and beautiful appearance, being of sufficient 
unevenuess of outline to be pleasing to the eye. 



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LINX. 
This is one of the eastern counties of the State, and situated next the 
Missouri fitate line, having on the north Miami, on the west Anderson, on 
the south Bourbon counties, and on the east Bates county Missouri. It has 
a length from north to south of 2o miles, and the same from east to west. 
It is watered by the Osage river and the Little Osage and eight of their 
branches, and contains the Miami and Neosho Valley lands, having a goodly 
number of settlements, and being well watered and timbered both, we would 
consider it one of Kansas best counties. It contains seven townships, as fol- 
lows : Centerville, Liberty, Mound City, Paris, Potosi, Scott and Valley, 
and has a population of about 9,000 people. 



LYON. 

This county offers to those seeking homes in Kansas inducements not 
surpassed in the interior of the State. 

Its location is near the geographical center of the State. It contains a 
population of from six to seven thousand. A few families came here as early 
as 1855, but the bulk of its early settlers came from the grand army of imi- 
grants of 1857. Its people are intelligent, industrious and energetic. 

It has a greater number of streams and more timber than any 
county in south-west Kansas, and its surface is less broken and abrupt. In 
all its vallies is found first class farming lands. Eight or ten streams run 
through it in different directions which afford good stock water the year 
round, and good well water Is found almost everywhere by digging from 20 
to 60 feet. 

The population of Lyon county is made up of representatives from all 
parts of the country. The county is in favor of Common Schools. It is 
not enough that there be a free school, but it must be a good school, and for 
this object money is expended with no sparing hand. Considering all the 
draw backs that have been experienced the progress made in this direction 
is truly very great Of the oO organized districts in the county 25 are sup- 
plied with a comfortable school house, some of which are of a superior char- 
acter, costing from one to six thousand dollars. Arrangements have also 
been made for the erection of eight more the present season, so that every 
district of importance will have a good house. 

The State Normal School is located at Emporia and is in a flourishing 
condition. The influence of this institution in elevating the popular idea of 
what a school should be is very great, and already contributes largely to the 
realization of that idea in a greatly improved class of teachers that are being 
sent forth to their work. Lyon county shares largely in the benefits of the 
Normal School, and with present progress the time is not far distant when 
the free schools of this county will not suffer in comparison with those of any 
other part of the country. 

At Hartford, on the Neosho, there is an institute, known as the Hartford 
Collegiate Institute, under the control of the M. E. Church. It is now under 
the care of an accomplished, efficient principal, adding much to our educa- 
tional facilities. 

Value of district school buildings $18,500 

Value of Hartford Collegiate Institute 5,000 

Value of State Normal School 17,000 

Total value school buildings in the county $40,000 



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The farmers of this county are turning their attention largely to cattle and 
6heep growing. It is found to be very profitable. Large herds and flocks 
are owned by many. We already have cattle and sheep of a quality as good 
as is found in any of the Western States. Fine stock is greatly on the in- 
crease. Last year about 2000 head of cattle were sold in this county for the 
Eastern market, which brought into the county somewhere in the neighbor- 
hood of $80,000. Persons Least looking up locations for investments in 
cattle, sheep, or any other stock, or in the dairy business cannot find a better 
country than this part of Kansas. 

The immense trade on the great plains a little to the west of us, together 
with the constant influx of emigrants has always afforded a good market at 
fair prices for all the sur])lus the county has raised. We are closer to the 
western mines than any other agricultural country, hence there will always 
be a splendid market in that direction for all we raise. Lyon county cheese, 
from the factory of R. B. Campbell, at Americus, has already found its way 
to Colorado and New Mexico, at big figures to the manufacturer. 

The scarcity of timber is compeuaated for in the abundance of building 
and fencing stone on almost every quarter section. The best stone we have 
seen in the State is the fine white lime stone, now being used in the construc- 
tion of our county buildings, of which there is enough in this county to build 
a large city. 

No coal to amount to anything has been discovered yet in the countv. 
To the south twenty miles in Greenwood county, considerable coal has been 
found, and is being used by some of our merchants. To the ea^ fifteen 
miles, on the Sax and Fox reserve, coal exists in large quantities near the 
surface, while it is only thirty miles to the immense coal fields of Osage 
county. It is believed, on good grounds, that coal exists plentifully in this 
neighborhood at a distance of from 100 to 800 feet underground. Of this 
there can be no doubt. 

The following are about the correct prices of land in Lyon county : Up- 
land prairie, one dollar to two dollars and fifty cents per acre ; bottom prai- 
rie, two dollars and fifty cents to five dollars; moderately improved bottom 
prairie farms, five to twelve dollars ; best improved bottom farms with some 
timber, fifteen to twenty-five dollars, according to amount of timber and lo- 
cation. A few choice .ocations with good improvements and good supply of 
timber, cannot be bought for less than thirty dollars per acre; timber land 
sells at from twenty to thirty dollars per acre. 



MIAMI 

Was organized in 1855, by the territorial government, and is situated in 
the east part of the State, bounded on the north by Johnson, east by the State 
of Missouri, south by Linn, and west by Franklin counties. It is twenty-four 
miles north and south, and twenty-four and one-half east and west. It con- 
tains the following eleven townships, viz : Weld, Middle Creek, Sugar 
Creek, Miami, Osage, Mound, Osawatoraie, Stanton, Richland, and Marys- 
ville. The Marais des Cognes or Osage river runs through the south part of 
the county. Bull creek runs from the north-west corner of the county and 
forms a junction with the Osage; Wied creek flows from the north east and 
forms a junction with Bull creek. In 1860 there were in this county l,o31 
horses, 95 mules, 4,269 cattle, 8,033 sheep, 1,396 swine. Products of 1865, 
Wheat, 12,960; corn, 254,250; oats, 14,225; potatoes, 7,665; wool, 10,243 lbs.; 
cotton, 2,919 lbs. 

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within her border all the natural resources to make her the leading county 
in the State, in population and wealth. And we believe it is also admitted 
by those who have traversed the State, as well as by geologists and agricul- 
tural writers, that Miami county possesses more and better facilities for stock 
raising, than any other county in the State. That Miami county surpasses in 
fine arable lands and an abundance of water and timber, is fully evident by 
the fact that Indians, who always seek the most arable lands, the greatest 
quantity of water, and heaviest bodies of timber, years ago selected a great 
portion of this county as a reservation. 

Unfortunately for Miami county no immigration societies were formed at 
a time when almost every other locality in tlie State had them actively at 
work encouraging immigration to their respective localities. The proportion- 
al advantage over many other portion- of the State is as one is to four, and 
yet this important fact is comparatively little known outside of their own lim- 
its. No pamphlet, circular, or printed intcliigence of any kind has ever yet 
been circulated to induce immigration hither. 

In this article it is designed to spaak briefly of the particular advantages 
the immigrant may see for himself upon looking the ground over. 

The Marias des Cygncs, or as it is sometimes called, the Little Osage, 
traverses the entire length of the county near its centre. It is quite a large 
stream, and although rather a rapid current., it has never been known to fall 
below a certain level. The banks are thick!)'^ studdeci with fine oak, luckory, 
sycamore, hackbeiT}^; maple, walnut, etc.; some of the finest walnut that ever 
grew can be seen upon the banks of this stream, and affords splendid lumber 
for the cabinet and furniture manufactory. There is timber enough on this 
stream alone, to supply the entire county for many years to come, for all pur- 
poses : fencing firewood, building luml)er, furniture, etc. The land adjoining 
tliis timber is of the best quality, and raises fine corn, Vv-heat, oats and all 
otlier grains. There is also much fine bottom land out of which, at a very 
small expense, could be made fine stock farms, ecpial to the finest stock lands 
of Illinois and Kentucky. Very little feeding is required, the winters being 
very short, and very seldom that snow fixlis. 

The Pottowatomie rises in Franklin and flows eastward into ]\Iiami, 
em") tying into Marias des Cygnes two miles south of Osawatomle. Its banks 
are lined with a fair supply of timber, and the stream the year round flows 
water. On the south side of the Pottowatomie are already some fine farms 
opened up, that for fertility and richness of soil, is not to be surjiassed in any 
county in the Union. Water can be obtained in that section anywhere by 
digging eight or ten feet in the earth. 

Bull creek, next in importance to the Mari;is des Cygnes, has its head 
in Johnson county, and flows south-eastwardly into the ]Marias des Cygnes 
seven miles south of Paola. It is very heavily timbered with fine oak, syca- 
more, walnut and elm. 

Wea, another large stream, that never dries up or stagnates, rises in the 
north-east part of the county and flows sdmost south into Bull creek, two 
miles south of Paola. Upon the Wea is magnificent timber, and some of the 
most productive bottom land in the county. The land along this stream has 
been pronounced the best adapted for stock raising to be found in Southern 
Kansas. 

Ten-mile, another stream of some pretentions, aftbrds an abundant supply 
at all times and is surrounded by a fine body of timber. 

The above embraces five large and enduriuix streams. The usual sum- 
mer droutlis does not efiecjt them in the least. They floAv constantly the year 
round. By proper skill the water in those streams could be used for motive 
power, as there are mariy beautiful sites for running of mill and other ma- 



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chinery. There are numberless smaller streams that course in every township 
in the county. Water is reached anywhere by digging or boring to a depth not 
to exceed thirty feet — even on the highest points of prairie. 

The principal varieties of timber are oak, hickory, walnut, elm, maple, 
locust, mulberry, hackberry, sycamore, cottonwood, ash, ect. In many places, 
the belts of timber are miles in width, extending the entire length of the 
streams enumerated, affording timber for a dense population for years to 
come. Many immigrants leave Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, on account of the 
scarcity of water and timber, both of which are hauled many miles in. many 
portions of the above States, yet so general is the impi'ession abroad that 
wood and water is scarce in Kansas, that thousands hesitate to make their 
homes there. We have never heard any one assert a scarcity of either arti- 
cle in this county, but it is universally admitted that there is a sufficient 
quantity for a population equal to any of the counties of the older States. 
Many who have settled in Kansas at finst thought there was a gi*eat scarcity 
of timber in the State, are now fully satisfied that an abundance exists through- 
out the State. As the timber of the State increases rather than diminishes, 
it is reasonable to suppose that in twenty years hence, there will be a greater 
breadth of timber than there is at present. Wherever the fires are checked 
for a period of three or four more years, a young growth of timber springs up 
and grows so rapidly that the trees will be suitable for fencing in a very few 
years. If there is an apparent scarcity of timber throughout the State, upon 
casual observation, it results from the fact that lines of travel are generally 
upon high prairie ridges, escaping sight of timber. Prof. vSwaliow in his geo- 
logical report of the State, says "Miami county possesses a great bredth of 
the finest quality of timber, sutBcient for agricultural, building and steam 
use for all time to come. 

In the eastern and southern portion of the county there is every indica- 
tion that coal oil exists in paying quanties. Large spring.-;, where the crude 
fluid exudes out in quantities, are found on many farms in the section indi- 
cated. Two wells nave been bored, one six hundred feet deep, some four 
miles from Paola; the other over one thousand feet, eleven miles from Paola. 
In both wells strong indications were found, and in the latter, a pump was 
inserted, and a quantity pumped up. It was resolved, however, to go deeper, 
and active operations will be resumed in the spring. 

Recently, in Lafayette county. Mo., eighty miles cast of this place, a 
flowing well has been reached, which produces one hundred and fifty barrels 
per day. It is the same formation of country, with precisely the same indi- 
cations, establishing the fact that it will be found in the same ciuantity in this 
county. 

In the South-east part of the county fine specimens of marble are found 
and no doubt exists in the minds of those who have examined the ground, 
that there are not fine quarries of this valuable and useful stone in the vicin- 
ity mentioned. 

Beautiful sand and limestone exist throughout the county, forming ex- 
cellent building material and fencing. Stone unsurpassed for building 
dwellings, barns, etc., are found in the banks of the little streams. Blocks 
of the best concrete sandstone, for columns, sills, steps, etc., are found in all 
the high bluffs of the larger streams. Some of this valuable material may 
be seen in the new buildings recently erected in Paola. 

The clays fur burning brick, are of the very best variety, and is abundant. 
The brick burnt from clay found near Paola, is pronounced by workmen to 



be equal to the best brick found in the west. 



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liami county has a population that will probably exceed 8,000, and 



66 S. B. wyckoff's 



taxable valuation of over $2,500,000. The County Seat is Paola, situated 
near the geographical center of the county, on the north bank of Bull creek, 
Vfith a heavy belt of timber on either side. The Population of Paola will 
exceed 1,500, and contains in all twenty-three stores or places of business, 
three fine church buildings, a large district school house, and other public 
buildings. It is incorporated and is municipally controlled. 

Osawatomie, situated on the south bank of the Marias des Cygnes, has a 
population of over 500, several stores, churches, etc. 

The other towns are Stanton, Marysville, Toptzville, Miamiville, New 
Lancaster and Rockville, all flourishing trading points, surrounded by thick- 
ly settled communities. 

Miami county covers an area of about 600 square miles in latitude 38** 
30^ N., and longitude 95° W., and near the center of the eastern boundary of 
Kansas. Its surface is a high rolling prairie, intersected by numerous 
streams and broad valleys. The high prairie ridges wind and curve in every 
imaginable form, and sweep by gentle slopes down into the broad winding 
valleys, which are intersected by numerous timber skirted streams, and dotted 
here and there by picturesque mound like hills. Such are the general 
features which render this country beautiful in the extreme. 

When we descend into an examination of rocks, streams, springs, forest 
and prairie, we shall find the utility of the minuter details as striking as the 
beauty of the general outline. 

The limestones of this region were formed in the ocean, as is fully proved 
by the animal remains found in them; for these animals are such as lived in 
the ocean, and no where else. When, by geological changes, the country was 
raised above the water, its surface was nearly level and somewhat higher than 
the tops of the present hills and ridges. 

In the process of time the valleys and ravines were worn out by the ac- 
tion of the surface waters and streams, leaving the present ridges and mound 
like hills and ravines, with their sides and slopes, somewhat more abrupt than 
they are at the present time. 

It was during this period that the beds of gray and brown clay, and 
fragments of rock, mostly flint, which rests upon the consolidated rocks of the 
coal measures, were formed from the harder materials of the rocks worn and 
Bwept away by the waters of that period. 

We know but little of the history of this period of denudation, save that 
the waters must have been abundant and the streams powerful, to have worn 
such deep broad valleys and borne away the materials. If any animals and 
plants lived here during this period, their remains have been swept away and 
destroyed, as no evidence of their existence has been found. Subsequently 
this whole region. Eastern Kansas and Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Ohio, Mis- 
souri, and parts of Kentucky, was covered by a vast fresh water lake. 

In this lake was formed or deposited the beds of gray and brown marl, 
which underlie and form the basis of the rich soils in all this vast region. 
Shell fish, such as occupy our present waters, lived in this lake. Forests of 
Elm, Sycamore, Walnut. Oak and other trees, like those of our present forests, 
grew upon the shores of this lake. The squirrel, beaver, deer, elk, buflTalo, 
elephants and Mastadon lived in the forest upon its borders. 

The history of these times is found in the petrified wood and shells and 
bones of the trees and animals of those days, carefully laid away in the marl 
beds or bluflf formation deposited in this lake, and which are from time to 
time brought to light by examinations of these beds and their contents. 

By some changes of the succeeding ages, the lake was drained away: ex- 
posing the surface of the earth somewhat changed. The marls deposited in 
the lake had for the most part covered up the limestones, and sandstones and 



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shales, partially filled the deepest valleys, rendered the slopes more general, 
and smoothed up the rugged and precipitous hillsides, presenting a contour of 
surfaces of valley and hill substantially such as it has remained to the present 
time. 

The streams, it is true, have cut their channels into the surface marls, 
and in some instances into the solid rocks below, and the waters have cut rav- 
ines and carried away some of the surface materials; but the contour of the 
surface remains substantially as it was left by the waters of the lake. As a 
matter of course a rank growth of weeds, grass and trees sprung up on the 
rich marls left by the receding waters. 

Then was the broad area, once occupied by the lake, one unbroken 
prairie. Fires swept over the surface and killed out the young trees, and 
such other plants as could not endure the annual burns. 

Thus it is seen that prairie is the normal state, and the question should 
be, how the forests were formed ? and not, what made the prairies ? But there 
were ravines and wet places which the fire did not reach, and there the trees 
grew apace and produced the present forests. Meanwhile the fish and rep- 
tiles occupied the present streams and lakes, and the animals became the 
dwellers of the forests and prairies. Animals and plants died and decompo- 
sed, and formed a black matter which mingled with the surface marls and 
formed the soil, the last and most valuable of the geological formations. The 
soil by this process is formed exceedingly slow; but the increase is as sure as it 
is that animals and plants will die and decay, and waters fall and run, and 
the winds blow, and the animals walk and burrow and dig, and thus mingle 
the decaying matter and the loose surface deposits. Slow as is the process, 
the long period since that lake was drained away, has been ample for the 
formation of the deepest and richest soil of the continent. 



NEMAHA. 

Is situated in what is popularly known as the "northern tier." It is the 
third county west from the Missouri river. It is bounded on the north by 
Pawnee county, Nebraska, on the east by Brown county, on the south by 
Jackson and Pottowatomie, and on the west by Marshall county. It is 24 
miles in extent east and west, and 30 miles north and south. It takes its 
name from the Nemaha river, the southern branch of which rises in the 
south part of the county, and flows north through the center of the county 
into Nebraska. It is the principal stream in the county, though, Turkey 
Creek, Black Vermillion, Clear Creek, Red Vermillion, Soldier Creek, Elk 
Creek, Muddy Creek, Grasshopper Creek, Rock Creek, Pony Creek, Four 
mile Creek, Deer Creek, Short Creek, French Creek, Harris Creek, Wild 
Cat Creek, Illinois Creek, and Tennessee Creek, are all considerable streams, 
and are pretty well timbered, some of them better than the Nemaha. This 
is undoubtedly one of the best timbered counties north of the Kansas river, 
if not the best. The soil on the streams varies from four to ten feet in depth, 
and is unsurpassed in fertility, from forty to sixty bushels of corn to the 
acre is the average, though the writer knows of several farms that raised 100 
bushels to the acre in 1S65, on the Nemaha bottoms. Winter wheat does 
well if put in with a drill, but spring wheat is considered the surest crop — 
from twenty to thirty bushels per acre is the common yield, though some 
farmers claim to have had forty bushels to the acre in 186l3. Rye, oats, and 
barley also produce large crops. Apples, pears, plums, cherries and grapes 
do well, but peaches are not considered a sure crop. The general face of the 
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with the same kind of land in Illinois or Iowa, though they do not as a gen- 
eral thing produce so well as the bottoms. Timber in this county is well di- 
versified, as a glance at the map will show. Blue, grey and magnesian lime- 
stone, of excellent quality for lime or building purposes, is found along all 
the streams in the blufis. 

Stone coal, of an excellent quality for blacksmithing purposes or fuel is 
found along the Nehema and several of its tributaries. It is very free of 
sulphur, and will compare favorably in that respect with most of the Illinois 
coal mines. The veins crop out along the blufts, and are generally from one 
foot to twenty inches thick. It is believed by geologists that a thick vein 
underlies this at the depth of several hundred feet. The county is divided in 
eight municipal townships, as follows : Clear Creek, Nemaha, Rock Creek, 
Richmond, Home, Grenada and Red Vermillion. There are two voting pre- 
cincts beside the above named townships — Elk Creek in Grenada and New 
Chattel in Red Vermillion townships. The county contains about 5,000 in- 
habitants. The principal towns are Seneca, Albany, Saletha, Capioma, 
Grenada, America, Lincoln and Centralia. Seneca, the County Seat, is the 
largest town in the "Northern tier." It has about 600 inhabitants. The re- 
ligious societies are Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists and Universalists. 
There are no church edifices, though the two first named are endeavoring to 
raise funds to build the coming summer. The town has a substantial brick 
school house, 26 by 50, but an efibrt will be made the coming summer to put 
up a two story building for a graded school. Common schools are taught 
from three to nine months in the year throughout the country districts, and 
all the year in Seneca, except short vacations. The Church of God (Wine- 
brenarians) have a seminary at Centralia, which is said to be in a flourishing 
condition . but the town of Albany has the best school building in the 
county. It is two stories high and built of rock, and designed for a graded 
school. All the emigration and travel from Leavenworth, Atchison and St. 
Joseph, for Denver and California, as well as other points in the mountains, 

f)asse3 through this county on the military road to Fort Kearney. Ben Hol- 
idays California mail coaches formerly traveled the same route. The farm- 
ers have always had an excellent market for everything they produced on 
this road. The C. B. U. P. Railroad runs through the southern part of the 
county, and is now completed to a point nine miles directly south rf Seneca. 
The St. Joseph and Denver Railroad is running to Marysville on the Big 
Blue. It runs through Seneca and Sabetha. It is nearly completed to Troy 
the County Seat of Doniphan county. 

It is an excellent county for stock, as water is found on nearly every 
quarter section. Beef cattle to the value of over one hundred thousand dol- 
lars were sold in this county in 1866, most of which found their way to 
Chicago. Seneca, the County Seat, is 75 miles almost due west of St. Joseph. 
But the nearest point on the river is Whiteland, 45 miles north-east of 
Seneca. 

The county officers, acting at present, are as follows: 

Treasurer, J. H. Peckham. 

Clerk, J. W. Fuller. 

Sheriff, Wm. Boulton. 

Clerk District Court and Register of Deeds, Abijah Wells. 

Probate Judge, H. H. Leanham. 

County Attorney, Wm. Histed. 

Coroner, D. B. McKay. 

County Commissioners, L. P. Hazen, A. Bouyor, G. D. Searles. 



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OSAGE. 

This county is situated in the third row of counties west of the Missouri 
State line, and in the second row south of the Kansas river, it being bounded 
on the north by Shawnee, on the east by Douglas and Franklin, on the south 
by Coffey, and on the west by Lyon and Wabaunsee counties ; having a 
length from north to south of ol miles, and a breadth from east to west of 24 
miles. Burlingame, the County Scat, is situated in the north-west part on 
the old Independence and Santa Fe road. This county is watered by two 
branchas of the Osage river, in fact, one of them is the main stream itself. 
The county also contains the Sac <fc Fox agency, and the Trust land reserve. 
Railroads now are in operation within 15 miles of the county on the north. 
The countv contains 476,1 GO acres of land. 



SALINE. 

In February, 1858, the Pioneer Party — under the leadership of Col. Wm. 
A. Phillips — came to the present site of the town of Salina. The bufialo 
then roamed over it. Above Chapman's Creek, one or two houses had been 
erected, but no permanent settlement could be said to exist. The Military 
Road run up the valley of the Smoky Hill, and through what is now the 
town site ; but the region then was deemed not entirely safe from Indians, 
and far from the reach of business. 

The purpose of the party was to find a large body of land, at the farthest 
point west, on what would naturally be the route of the overland commerce. 
Previously, the leader of the party had explored every county and region in 
the State, and the selection, when made, was the result of extended and la- 
borious observation and deliberate judgment. 

The natural conditions, without which a town cannot thrive, are : abund- 
ance of water (other than wells); tim])er sufficient for the wants of the peo- 
ple, and plenty of building stone. In addition, there must be a country of 
fertile soil tributary or contiguous to it. It is no disparagement of other 
sections to say that, in no other section of the State is there, together, so 
much rich valley land. There is moi'e valley and less bluff within twenty 
miles of Salina, than within the same distance circling around any other 
point. In addition to these, the Gypsum Beds of the State begin a few 
miles east of Salina, and disappear a few miles west of it, the belt not ex- 
ceeding twenty miles from east to west. As all geologists know; the Gypsum 
and Salt regions are together; and, although the strongest surface indications 
are one and two days journey from the line of the railroad, still, in the 
sprinw season, salt rises to the surface at many points near Salina ; and as it 
is easier to bore for salt water and make it jlow to the road than to haul it 
there, enterprise expects and will see dozens of Derricks and successful Salt 
Works in operation. 

Nor are the mineral resources of this region confined to these. Fifteen 
miles east of Salina, the carboniferous limestone that belts the hills in east- 
ern Kansas, disappears. A ferrigeuious sandstone is visible on the hills, and 
fragments — many of them of nearly pure Iroa ore — may be found. Eighteen 
or twenty miles west of Salina, on the tops of the highest hills, a new 
formation meets the eye of the geologist — magneslan limestone appears. The 
Iron region, therefore, as well as that of the Gypsum and Salt, is restricted 
to this vicinity. 

Without the location of the Union Pacific Railway through it. Saline 
county was, therefore, fail of development. Now it begins to swarm with 



70 8. B. wyckoff's 



people. Ere many years, perhaps ere many months, it will be the richest 
part of the State. 

To the field where these resources offer so rich reward to enterprise, enter- 
prise has come, is coming, and will continue to come. In its early days, 
when it had to fight the pioneers' battle, the infiuence, the capital, and the 
industry of its early settlers have done much for Salina. But the town has 
pushed into no spasmodic growth — no condition of unnatural, hothouse 
prosperity. It has survived all the assaults of a hundred rivals — all the 
stories by which its interested opponents sought to keep emigration, capital 
and enterprise away from it. 

To-day, Salina and Saline county have a present prosperity greater, and 
a future prospect brighter than any other part of the State — than any other 
part of the great west, even. Its people need not and do not seek to blow 
bogus horns. Those who come here, and make the proper effort, all thrive. 
All branches of legitimate business pay, and pay well. Ileal estate is stead- 
ily and healthily appreciating in value, and is yet bound to go up, ten-fold. 
The experience of other Western States gives the example, and the unexam- 
pled prospects here opened to enterprise, points the lesson. 

The grading on the line of the Union Eacific Railway (E. D.) is entirely 
finished as far west as Salina, and the track will be laid as early in the spring 
as the weather will permit such work to be done. By April next, the snort 
of the iro7i horse will be heard in our suberbs, and Salina will be in railroad 
communication with all the States eastward. Before the lapse of two years, 
the links of the Eastern and Western Division will probably be wedded to- 
gether, and Salina will then be in railroad communication with all important 
points on the continent, and itself a prominent point on the longest and most 
important line of railroad in the world. The Pacific Railroad (Southern 
Branch) will, ere long, point to New Orleans and Vicksburgh. 

When the commerce of China, Japan and India begins to flow this way 
our people will indeed realize that their town — our city — is on the greatest 
thoroughfare in the world. 

Situated on the river, in a valley of as rich and fertile land as the sun 
ever shone upon, at the gates of the overland commerce, with natural re- 
sources unequaled in Kansas, fanned by healthy breezes from the mountains, 
who can set limits to the future prosperity of Salina V Among her citizens 
are men who have the will to do, the nerve to dare, and the energy to accom- 
plish all that is possible to human enterprise. The future promises much for 
Salina. 



SHAWNEE 

Is situated on the Kansas river, in the central part of the populated 
portion of the State. The county is about twenty-five miles long by twenty 
wide. The Kansas river runs through the entire length of the county. The 
Kansas river has rich broad bottoms, covered by a heavy growth of all varie- 
ties of timber found in the west. Stone suital)le for building and fencing pur- 
poses, and for lime, are found in all parts of the county. Thick veins of good 
coal are found in several places. The county is divided into six townships 
and about forty school districts, three fine villages besides Topeka, which is 
the County Seat and capital of the State. Topeka is a city of about 3,000 in- 
habitants, has six churches, one college, one female seminary, good district 
school houses, with a court house and jail in course of construction; also a 
capitol building in course of construction, to cost $500,000. Total amount of 
taxable property for 1866, $2,400,000, school tax raised for 1866, $19,000. 



KASrSAS DIRECTORY. 71 

The county is watered by Soldier and Six-mile creeks, and the Kansas and 
Wakarusa rivers. 

The following is a list of county officer^ : 

Sheriff, C.C. Whiting. 

Treasurer, W. E. Bowkee. 

County Clerk, P. I. Bonebrake, 

Probate Judge, J. T. Morton. 

Recorder, W. P. Thompson, 



IRILEY. 

Is situated in the north part of the State,being in the second row of coun- 
ties removed from the Nebraska State line. It is of irregular shape, having 
straight boundary lines only on the north and west, the south being obtuse, 
and the east largely indented. It is bounded on the north by Washington 
and Marshall, on the east by Pottowatomie, on the south by Davis, and on 
the west by Clay. Its length from north to south being thirty-two miles, and 
in width from twelve to twenty-two miles east and west. Manhattan, its 
County Seat, is situated near the south-east corner, on the Kansas river. There 
are ten different creeks and streams of water which all flow in either a south- 
ern or eastern direction. 

County officers : 

County Commissioner, S. I. Child. 

County Commissioner, M. Coudray. 

County Commissioner, J. Meyers. 

Sheriff, J. Peck. 

Treasurer and Assessor, A. Huntress. 

County Clerk, S. G. Hoyt. 

County Attorney, James Humphrey. 

Probate Judge and District Clerk, R. J. Harper. 

Register of Deeds, S. G. Hoyt. 

School Superintendent, L. J. Lyman. 

Surveyor, J. H. Pillsbury. 



WYANDOTTE. 

^ This is the smallest county in the State, and is on its eastern border, 
having the Missouri river for its northern and eastern boundary, the Kansas 
river for its southern, and Leavenworth county for its western. It is nearly 
triangular in shape, having the town of Wyandotte for its County Seat, at its 
most eastern point. The greatest extent of this county from north to south is 
twelve miles, and from east to west fourteen miles. It embraces about forty 
thousand acres of very rich and fertile land, having much excellent timber in 
the bottoms along the rivers. The county only contains two townships, viz : 
Quindaro and Wyandotte. 



KANSAS. 
Counties. (^Jounty Seats. Distance from State Capital. 

Miles. 

Allen Humboldt 124 

Anderson Garnett 87 

Atchison Atchison 55 

Bourbon Fort Scott 128 

Brown Hiawatha .' 98 

Butler Chelsea i 118 

Chase Cottonwood Falls 80 

Clay 

Coffee Hampden 69 

Davis Junction City 75 

Dickinson Abilene.... 100 

Doniphan Troy 91 

Douglas Lawrence 34 

Franklin Ohio City 70 

Greenwood Janesville 98 

Jackson Holton 77 

Jefferson Oskaloosa... 38 

Johnson Olathe 69 

Leavenworth Leavenworth 60 

Linn Mound City 105 

Lyon Emporia 60 

Marion Marion Centre 113 

Marshall Marj'sville 154 

Miami Paola 72 

Morris Council Grove 57 

Nemaha Seneca 115 

Neosho Kogers Mills 134 

Osage • Burlingame 27 

Otoe To Avan d a 136 

Ottawa 

Peketon 

Pottawatomie Rock Creek 40 

Riley Manhattan 55 

Saline Salina 1-3 

Shawnee Topek a 

Shirley 

Wabaunsee Wabaunsee 41 

Washington Y/ashington 182 

Woodson Neosho l^'alls 135 

Wyandott Wyandott 74 



REPORT OF A RECONNOISSANCE, 

ALO?JG THE LtNE OF THE WESTERN BRANCH OF THE NORTH MISSOURI RAIL- 
ROAD, FROM MOBERLY TO LEAVENWORTH. 

While makiug this examination our attention has been directed espec- 
ially to the soils, mineral resources, timber, water, and, in short, to every- 
thing that would indicate the capacity of the country to sustain a prosperous 
people and support a railroad. 

The country from Moberly, on the North Mis.^ouri railroad, to Leav- 
enworth, in Kansas, is divided between undulating uplands and level river 
bottoms. These river bottoms extend all the way from the east fork of the 
Chariton (about eight miles from Moberly) to Leavenworth, save a few short 
distances where the highlands come to the Missouri river. They also extend 
high up the streams which flow across this line into JMissouri. They vary in 
width from a few yards to six and seven miles. Tlie remainder of t)ie country 
between the Missouri river and the Hannibal and Hi. Joseph railroad is mod- 
erately elevated uplands, rising from the bottoms l:»y gentle sinpes, which are 
Bometimes broken by low escarpments and bluffs. 

This whole region is so happily divided Avith timber and prairie that 
nearly every farm may have any desirable quantity of each. There is an 
abundance of good timber for all domestic, farming and building purposes, 
within easy distance of any part of tlie country. Timber suitable for ties and 
other railroad uses, can be obtained all along the line of the road. 

We observed the following trees and shrubs on the lino of this road: 

White chesuut, white rock chesnut, chesnut, laurel, black, scarlet, red, 
pin, Spanish, post, burr and swamp white oak, sugar and white maple, mul- 
berry, common and black elder, crab a})ple, blur, white and prickly ash, lin- 
den, red birch, bladder nut, buckeye, box elder, sycamore, burning'bush, red 
cedar, wild cherry, coffee tree, cottonwood, dogwood, (several species) white 
and red elm, hacklaerry, (two species) common shellbark, thick shellbark and 
pignut hickory, hornbeam, redbud, honey and black locust, pawpaw and 
persimmons, red and black haws, black and white walnut, willow, (several 
species) sassafras and sumach, summer, river and winter grapes, trumpet and 
Vii-ginia creepers, prairie rose and spireas. 

Besides the old forests, young timber has sprung up over large areas, 
'since the settlements stopped the prairie fires, and some of the oak is large 
enough for rails and railroad ties. As shown by the above catalogue of trees, 
there is a good supply of thevery best lumber for the manufacture of wagons, 
carriages and all sorts of agricultural implements and machinery. There is 
also an abundance of walnut, cherry, locust, maple, (»ak and bultonwood for 
furniture of the most common and approved styles. 

But few portions of country are better watered than that through which 
this road will pass. A glance at the map will show how it is intersected by 
numerous rivers and smaller streams, many of w^hich furnish good water 

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power for mills and factories. Besides tbese streams, nearly every section on 
the upland has a good spring, and in the bottoms good water can always be 
obtained at a depth varying from fifteen to twenty-five feet. 

The counties Platte, Clay, Carroll, Ray, Chariton and a part of Ran- 
dolph, through which the road will pass, are covered by varieties of soils, 
unsurpassed in fertility by those of any equal area in the country. 

The soils on the "^bottoms, like nearly all the bottom soils of the great 
Mississippi valley, is light, porous and rich in all the ingredients and proper- 
ties which make a soil productive and durable. The wide area of bottom 
lands, both prairie and timber, Avhich lie along the Missouri and extend far 
up the Chariton, and its other tributaries, is not exceeded in beauty or fertili- 
ty. The forests of gigantic growth, and the wild prairies waving with na- 
tive grasses, often so tall and dense as to conceal the grazing herds, intersect- 
ed here and there with fields of luxuriant hemp, and corn, and wheat, tobac- 
co, give abundant evidence of the wonderful fertility of these bottom lands, 
and the larger portion of them are above the highest floods. The highest of 
these bottom lands are slightly rolling, and the soil is sufliciently porous to 
suffer the waters of the heavy rains to percolate through and the moisture 
below to raise by capillary attraction and keep it moist during the severest 
drouths of our climate. " These properties enable the farmer to cultivate 
earlier in the season, and sooner after rains than on more clayey soils. And 
it is a well known fact, that when the crops fail elsewhere, either from an 
excess or scarcity of rain, a suppiy can always be obtained from the bottom 
farms. These lands in the prairies of the beautiful Bowling Green and the 
magnificent Wyaconda, never fail to meet the highest expectations of the hus- 
bandman. The soil on the uplands is based upon the rich silicious marls of 
the bluffy formation, which, mixed with the decayed vegetable and animal 
matter, and the ashes of the annual fires of the past unnumbered ages, have 
made a soil at once rich and well nigh inexhaustible, for, when the surface soil 
shall have been exhausted by long cultivation, deep })lowing Avill restore it to 
its primitive productiveness, by mingling the marly sub-soil with the surface 
material. The experience of the farmers in this region fully sustains what 
these facts would lead us to expect, from the productive energies of these soils. 
Though the country is new and the modes of cultivation in general use none 
of the best, yet the crops produced will compare favorably with the most pro- 
ductive regions in the Mississippi valley. A small portion of the upland be- 
tween the forks of the Chariton and a"!long some of its small tributaries is 
broken up into white oak ridges. These ridges, though less productive when 
cultivated in the staple crops, are very valuable for their excellent timber and 
their wonderful adaption to the cultivation of fruit and the better qualities of 
tobacco. 

All the staple crops of the Middle States do well here. Corn, wheat, rye, 
oats, buckwheat, sweet and Irish potatoes, and all the garden vegetables grow- 
in the greatest perfection, even Avith the poor cultivation usually bestowed 
upon them. 

The farmers of this region inform me that these lands yield, with ordina- 
ry cultivation only, as follows : 

Tobacco, one thousand five hundred to one thousand eight hundred 
pounds per acre. 

Hemp, one thousand to one thousand five hundred pounds per acre. 

Corn, fifteen to twenty barrels per acre. 

Wheat, twenty to twenty-five bushels per acre. 

When extra cultivation is applied crops far greater than these figures in- 
dicate are produced. With such a soil over the two million acres which will 
be tributary to this road, we must expect a thriving population, with vast sur- 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



plus products for such markets as St. Louis and Leavenworth, which your 
road will open to this favored region. 

This is one of the best fruit countries in the west. Apples, pears, peaches, 
plums, cherries, and all the small fruits come to great perfection in these 
counties. Grapes also do as well here as on the Lower Mississippi or the 
Ohio. The soil of the highlands is admirably adapted to their culture. 

The rock formations beneath the soil are of the highest importance in 
determining the adaption of a country to the construction and support of a 
railroad. The soil and the strata of sands, marls, humus and clays which 
underlie the soil in the level bottoms are of such a character that the road 
bed can be constructed at a very little expense, and the silicious marl beds of 
the blulf formation, on the high lands, are so thick that very few of the cuts 
will reach the consolidated rocks beneath it. This fact, even in the more ex- 
tensive portions of the route, will render the cost of construction comparative- 
ly small. And, besides, the beds of limestone, which crop out in nearly all 
the escarpments and bluffs of the streams throughout the extent of the route, 
will be most useful in constructing the culverts and bridges. 

But the extensive beds of coal, hydraulic limestone, iron ore and clays, 
suitable for both common and fire bricks, will prove of the highest import- 
ance in running the road and furnishing it with profitable business. The 
coal measures, which contains these beds of coal, hydraulic lime, iron ore and 
clays, underlie the whole of the highland country between Moberly and 
Leavenworth, and there is little doubt that a large part of the bottom lands 
are also underlaid by the same formation. 

This is most certain to prove true of the bottoms on the western end of 
the line. 

There are at least four, and probably six, successive beds of good worka- 
ble coal extending nearly all the way from the North Missouri road to Wes- 
ton. They vary in thickness from one and a half to six feet. Some one or 
more of these beds crop out in the bluffs in nearly every stream from Allen 
to Richmond. Beyond Richmond, to the west, the rocks which contain these 
beds of coal dip beneath the surface, and, as a matter of course, carry the coal 
with them. These rocks continue westward beneath and beyond the Missouri 
river, and there is scarcely a doubt that the coal beds continue with them in 
their westward extension. It is known that one of them, the Lexington bed, 
which dips beneath the surface near Richmond, does extend as far as Leav- 
,enworth, where it was found by boring, in its proper place in the rocks, two 
hundred and twelve feet beneath the surface. And the other lower and 
thicker beds are quite as certain to continue westward as the Lexington 
bed. 

Between your road and the east fork of the Chariton, there are at least 
three beds, ranging in thickness from one and a half to four feet. Two of 
these beds crop out on the Moniteau; and on Silver creek I found the follow- 
ing section from the top downward : 

No. 1, two feet, hydraulic limestone. 

No. 2, nine feet, shales. 

No. 3, four feet, hard blue limestone. 

No. 4, three feet, blue shale. 

No. 5, one foot, Ijlaek slate. 

No. 6, eight inches, coal. 

No. 7, six feet, marl and clay. 

No. 8, one foot, sandy liydraulic limestone. 

No. 9, thirty feet, sandy shale and fire clay. 

No. 10, one foot, black shale. 

No. 11, four feet, good bituminous coal. 



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No. 12, four feet, fire clay and marlite. 

No, 13, four feet, limestone. 

No. 14', three feet, fire clay. 

No. 15, one and one half feet, good coal. This coal is in the bed of the 
creek. 

At Switzer's Mill we found limestone, fire clays, and a bed of good coal, 
eighteen inches thick. At Huntsvillealied of excellent coal, four feet thick, 
crops out on both sides of the town, and has just been opened by Messrs. 
Chapman & Burke, a few feet beneath the bed of the road. All of these beds 
dip beneath the higlier ground to the east, and, probably, extend as far east 
as your main line. 

Between the forks of the Chariton, and along their bluffs, several beds of 
coal make their appearance. There are three beds, one four feet thick, near 
balisbury, and one at Williams' Mill. Between the Chariton and Grand 
rivers, these coal beds make their appearance in numerous places in the 
bluffs of the Missouri and the Grand rivers, and in the high prairies to the 
north. 

On Bush creek, at Kirkam's coal bed, we found the following section of 
rocks : 

No. 1, twenty-five feet slope from top of ridge, covered with fragments of 
sandstones and clays. 

No. 2, one foot, blue shale. 

No. 3, one and one-half feet, impure coal. 

No. 4, four feet, brown shale. 

No. 5, one and one-half feet, hydraulic limestone. 

No. 0, four and one-half feet, blue shale or fire clay. 

No. 7, one and one-half feet, black shale. 

No. 8, eight feet, fire clay, with concretions containing sulphuret of zinc. 

No. 9, eighteen inches, good coal. 

No. 10, one foot, good fire clay. 

No. 11, sixteen feet, slope covered with the fragments of the rocks 
above. 

No. 12, eighteen inches, carbonate of iron, an excellent ore, apparently 
in large quantities. 

From the Grand river westward to Kichmond good coal beds lie near the 
surface, all the way, and crop out in numerous places in the bluffs of the 
streams and escarpments of the ridges and ravines. 

A little north-east of Richmond, on Rock creek, 1 found the following 
section : 

No. 1, four feet, hard blue limestone, in irregular beds. 

No. 2, one and one-half feet, bituminous shale. 

No. 3, twenty-two inches, excellent coal, same as the Lexington road. 

No. 4, two feet, bituminous and fire clay. 

No. 5, two and one-half feet, hard bluish gray hydraulic limestone. 
Only a part of this bed is exposed at this locality; at other places it is five 
feet thick. 

No. 3 of the above section is the highest workable bed of coal in this re- 
gion; the lower beds, exposed to the east, have all gone beneath with the rise 
of the country. One of these beds, four to six feet thick, was passed through 
two hundred and fifty feet below the surface, seven miles from Richmond, on 
Crooked creek. 

I am indebted to H. H. Beeson, Esq., for the record of the borings in 
this well, under his supervision. 

The finding of this bed so far from were it dips beneath the surface, is an 
additional evidence that the lower beds continue westward to Leavanworth, as 



NOKTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 77 

well as the Lexington hed, as proved by the borings at the former place men- 
tioned above. ** 

It is proved that one of these good coal beds continue, westward from 
Richmond to the western terminus of the road, at least, and there can be but 
little doubt that the lower and thicker beds do the same. If so, these beds 
between Richmond and Weston will range from fifty feet to six hundred feet 
beneath the surface, varying in dejith as the country rises and falls. 

The depth of these beds can be no serious difficulty in working them with 
profit, where large quantities are raised, as the extra expense of raising coal 
the distance mentioned above will not increase the cost more than one cent 
per bushel. 

These facts prove, beyond all doubt, the existance of inexhaustible 
quantities of good coal all along the line of the proposed road. The four feet 
bed alone, which we know extends from near the eastern terminus to Rich- 
mond, will yield more coal of a good quality than the road can transport for 
many years. This bed will yield four million tons per square mile, or twelve 
billion tons from the country ten miles wide on each side of the road. Should 
this bed underlie only one-half of this area, deducting one-half for the low 
ground and places where it possiply runs out, you will have from this bed 
alone six billion tons; as much, surely, as one road can transport while the 
present directory need provide for its success. It will give the road ten mil- 
lion tons per annum, or over thirty thousand tons per day for six hundred 
years; but it should be rememljered this bed contains only a small part of the 
coal on the line of this road. 

When the road is located, and the grade determined, it will require but 
little examination to determine the depth of each of these beds below the 
grade, at the various points where it is desirable to obtain the coal. 

Good limestone and sandstone come to the surface on the streams and in 
the ravines all along the line of this road. 

Many of these rocks are very durable and well adapted to use in bridges, 
culverts and buildings; but those of superior qualities for these purposes are 
most abundant towards the western terminus. 

There are good hydraulic limestones at several localities on this road, as 
shown in the sections given above. 

Fire clay was also found at Leavenworth, Richmond, Carrollton, on 
Grand river, and in several places on the Chariton and its tributaries. 

Beds of carbonate of iron were observed at several localities, but the 
most important was that at Kirkam's coal bed, near the mouth of Grand river. 
This bed is eighteen inches thick and of good quality. Its extent could not 
be determined, as the rocks which contain it are exposed for a short distance 
only; but its geological pAition in the coal measure indicates a wide range. 
It would probably furnish ore sufficient to justify the erection of a furnace, 
should circumstance renders it desirable. The abundance of good coal at this 
locality is an important item in determining the value of iron works at this 
point. 

Salt springs exist on the east fork of the Chariton, within a few yards 
of the proposed line of the road, and also on Grand river, and north of 
the road in Ray counry. The brine is strong and pure and abundant. 
Salt was once successfully manufactured at the first locality named above. 

There is a large bed of good mineral paint, of a good color, extending 
from Richmond to AVeston. It has been used for fourteen years, and proved 
both ornamental and durable, and a good protection against fire. It is destin- 
ed to become an article of great commercial value. 

Weston, Liberty, Richmond, Carrollton, Brunswick, Keytesville, Hunts- 
ville and Salisbury are flourishing and growing towns on the proposed route. 



S. B. WYCKOFF 3 



Each of these places is the commercial and educational centre of a rich agri- 
cultural region, and will yield a large amount of business to a road passing 
through them on the nearest route from the great commercial emporium of 
the Mississippi Valley, to Leavenworth, the great lousiness mart on the Mis- 
souri. 

Such are some of the tacts which show ino.st conclusively that the road 
will pass through one of the richest agricultural and mineral regions, already 
occupied by an energetic and prosperous people, whose towns are fast filling 
up with business men and capital, and whose broad acres are being broken by 
a rapidly increasing number of hardy and forehanded yeomen. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES 

IN THE 

STATE OF MISSOURI, 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Acasto, 


Clark 


Barber Creek, 


Putnam 


Akron, 


Harrison 


Barnes ville. 


Clinton 


Alanthus Grove, 


Gentry 


Barret's Station, 


St. Louis 


Albany, 


Gentry 


Barrv, 


Clay 


Alexandria, 


Clark 


Bav, 


Gasconde 


Allen, 


Randolph 


Bear Creek, 


Cedar 


Allendale, 


Worth 


Beaufort, 


Franklin 


Allen's Landing, 


Perry 


Beaver Spring, 


McDonald 


Allenton, 


St. Louis 


Bedford, 


Livingston 


Alpha, 


Grundy 


Beech, 


Dunklin 


Alta vista. 


Daviess 


Belews Creek, 


Jefferson 


Altenburg, 


Perry 


Bell Air, 


Cooper 


Alton, 


Oregon 


Bellemontc, 


St. Louis 


Amazonia, 


Andrew 


Benbow, 


Marion 


Anderson, 


Clinton 


Berger, 


Franklin 


Andrew, 


Andrew 


Bethany, 


Harrison 


Appleton, 


Cape Girardeau 


Bethel," 


Shelby 


Arbela, 


Scotland 


Bevier, 


Macon 


Arrow Rock, 


Saline 


Bible Grove, 


Scotland 


Ashburn, 


Pike 


Big Spring, 


]^rontgomery 


Ashland, 


Boone 


Birch Tree, 


Shannon 


Ashley, 


Pike 


Birds Eve Ridge, 


Sullivan 


Ash ton, 


Clark 


Birds ville. 


Mississippi 
Hickory 


Athens, 


Clark 


Black Oak Point, 


Auburn, 


Lincoln 


Blackwell's Station. 


St. Francois 


Augusta, 


St. Charles 


Blanket Grove. 


Adair 


Avoca, 


Jeflerson 


Bledsoe. 


Hickory 


Avon, 


St. Genevieve 


Bloom iield. 


Stoddard 


Ayersvill, 


Putnam 


Bloomino-ton, 


Macon 


Baden, 


St. Louis 


Blytheville, 


Jasper 
Franklin 


Bailey's Creek, 


Osage 


Boeuf Creek, 


BairdstowD, 


Sullivan 


Boles. 


Franklin 



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g. B. wyckoff's 




OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


officf. 


county. 


Bolivar, 


Polk 


Carrollton, 


Carroll 


Bonhomme, 


St. Louis 


Case, 


La Clede 


Bonnots, 


Osage 


Cassville, 


Barry 


Boonville, 


Cooper 


Castle Rock, 


Osage 


Bottsville, 


Linn 


Catawissa, 


Franklin 


Bourbon, 


Crawford 


Cave Spring, 


Wright 


Bowers Mills, 


Laurencr 


Cedar Fork, 


Franklin 


Bowling Green, 


Pike 


Central, 


St. Louis 


Boyd, 


Dallas 


Central City, 


Putnam 


Boydsville, 


Callaway 


Centralia, 


Boone 


Boylers Mill, 


Benton 


Center Grove, 


Atchison 


Brandts Rock Springs, 


Warren 


Chambersburg, 


Clark 


Brannumsburg, 


Butler 


Chamois, 


Osage 


Brazito, 


Cole 


Chantilly, 


Lincoln 


Breckenridge, 


Caldwell 


Chapel Hill, 


LaFayette 


Bridgeton, 


St. Louis 


Charleston, 


Mississippi 


Brighton, 


Polk 


Cheltenham, 


St. Louis 


Brookfield, 


Linn 


Cherry Box, 


Shelby 


Brownsville, 


Saline 


Cherry Grove, 


Schuyler 


Brumley, 


Miller 


Cherryville, 


Crawford 


Brunot, 


Wayne 


Chesapeake, 


Lawrence 


Brunswick, 


Chariton 


Chesnut Ridge, 


St. Genevieve 


Brush Creek, 


La Clede 


Chillicothe, 


Livingston 


Buchanan, 


Bollinger 


Civil Bend, 


Daviess 


Bucklin, 


Linn 


Clarence, 


Shelby 


Buck Snort, 


Christian 


Clarksburgh, 


Moniteau 


Buffalo, 


Dallas 


Clark's Fork, 


Cooper 


Buncombe, 


Pettis 


Clarksville, 


Pike 


Bunker Hill, 


Lewis 


Clay Hill, 


Barry 


Burr Oak, 


Mercer 


Claysvilie, 


Boone 


Buttsville, 


Grundy 


Cleavesville, 


Gasconade 


Bynumville, 


Chariton 


Cleopatra, 


Mercer 


Byron, 


Maries 


Clifton, 


Schuyler 


Cadet, 


Washington 


CliftyDale, 


Maries 


Cahoka, 


Clarke 


Clinton, 


Henry 


Gainesville, 


Harrison 


Cloverdale, 


Benton 


Cairo, 


Randolph 


Coal Bank, 


Cooper 


Caledonia, 


Washington 


Cold Neck, 


Cooper 


Calhoun, 


Henry 


Cole Camp, 


Benton 


California, 


Moniteau 


College Mound. 


Macon 


Callao, 


Macon 


Coloma, 


Carroll 


Calvy, 


Franklin 


Colony, 


Knox 


Cambridge, 


Saline 


Columbia, 


Boone 


Camden, 


Ray 


Columbus, 


Johnson 


Camden Point, 


Platte 


Commerce, 


Scott 


Cameron, 


Clinton 


Comstock, 


Gentry 


Campbellton, 


Franklin 


Conception, 


Nodaway 


Canaan, 


Gasconade 


Concord, 


Callaway 


Canton, 


Lewis 


Concordia, 


La Fayette 


Cap Au Gris, 


Lincoln 


Conners Mills, 


Cooper 


Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau 


Coopers Hill, 


Osage 


Carlisle, 


Texas 


Cornelia, 


Johnson 


Carondelet, 


St. Louis 


Cote Sans Dessein, 


Callaway 


Carpenters Store, 


Clinton 


Cottleville, 


St. Charles 



NORTH MISSOURI DIKECTORY. 



81 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Cottonwood Point, 


Pemiscot 


Farmington, 


St. Francois 


Cow Skin, 


Douglas 


Fayette, 


Howard 


Crab Orchard, 


Ray 


Fayetteville, 


Johnson 


Creve Coeur, 


St. Louis 


Femme Osage, 


St. Charles 


Criglers Mills, 


Ralls 


Fenton, 


St. Louis 


Crittenden, 


Daviess 


Fillmore, 


Andrew 


Cross Timbers, 


Hickory 


Flint Hill, 


St. Charles 


Cuba, 


C/rawlbrd 


Florence, 


Morgan 


Curran, 


Stone 


Florida, 


Monroe 


Dadevillc, 


Dade 


Florisant, 


Hi. Louis 


Danville, 


Montgomery 


Floyds Creek, 


Adair 


Darksville, 


Randolph 


Forest City, 


Holt 


Dawn, 


Livingston 


Forest Mills, 


Scott 


Debruin, 


Pulaski 


Forkners Hill, 


Dallas 


Decaturville, 


(jamden 


Fort Henry, 


Randolph 


Deep Water, 


Henry 


Fourche a FJenauif, 


Washington 


Deer Ridge, 


Lewis 


Fox, 


Ray 


De Kalb, 


Buchanan 


Fox Creek, 


St. Louis 


Dents Station, 


St. Francis 


Frankford, 


Pike 


De Soto, 


Jefferson 


Franklin, 


Howard 


Des Peres, 


St. Louis 


Fredericksburgh, 


Osage 


De Witt, 


Carroll 


Fredericktovvn, 


Madison 


Dogwood Grove, 


Morgan 


Freedom, 


Lafayette 


Doniphan, 


Ripley 


Frenchvillagp, 


St. Francois 


Dover, 


Lafayette 


Fulton, 


Callaway 


Dresden, 


Pettis 


Galena, • 


Stone 


Dry Creek, 


Crawford 


Gallatin. 


Daviess 


Dry Spring, 


Ripley 


Gal 1 away s Station . 


Osage 


Dundas, 


Buchanan 


Gascona'de Ferry, 


Gasconade 


Dundee, 


Franklin 


Gath, 


Johnson 


Eagle, 


Harrison 


Gentryville, 


Gentry 


Easton, 


Buchanan 


Georgetown, 


Pettis 


Economy, 


Macon 


Gilead 


Lewis 


Edina, 


Knox 


Glasgow, 


Howard 


Edinburgh, 


Grundy 


Glaze City, 


Camden 


Egypt Mills, 


Cape Girardeau 


Glencoe, 


St. Louis 


El Dorado, 


Clarke 


Globe, 


Johnson 


Flk Grove, 


Lafayette 


Gooch's Mill, 


Cooper 


Elkton, 


Hickory 


Goodland, 


Knox 


Ellenorah, 


Gentry 


Graham, 


Nodaway 


Ellisville, 


St. Louis 


Granby. 


Newton 


Elm Spring, 


Newton 


Grant City, 


Worth 


Elm Wood, 


Saline 


Grants Hill, 


Gentry 


Elston Station, 


Cole 


Granville, 


Monroe 


Eminence, 


Shannon 


Grason, 


Andrew 


Empire Prairie, 


Andrew 


Grassy Creek, 


Livingston 


Etlah, 


Franklin 


Graovis Mills. 


Morgan 


Etna, 


Scotland 


Grays Summit, 


Franklin 


Eureka, 


St. Louis 


Green Cast'e, 


Sullivan 


Fair Grove, 


Greene 


Greene, 


Bollinger 


Fairmont, 


Clarke 


Greenfield. 


Dade 


Fairplay 


Polk 


Green Hill. 


Montgomery 


Jballmg Spring, 


Douglas 


Greenland, 


Boone 


Farley, 


Platte 


Green Lawn, 


Ralls 



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£. B. WYCKOFF g 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Green Ridge. 


Pettis 


Greensburgh. 


Knox 


Green toD, 


Lafayette 


Green Top, 


Schuyler 


Grubvilie, 


Franklin 


Guilford, 


Nodaway 


Hainesville, 


Clinton j 


Half Way, 


^ Polk 


Halleck, 


Buchanan i 


Hallsas Ferry, 


Nodaway 


Hallsvilie, 


Boone ' 


HaDabuTgh, 


8t. Charles 


Ramilto!!, 


Caldwell I 


Hannibal. 


Marion 


Hanover, 


Jefferson 


Hardin, 


Piay 


Harmony, 


Washington 


Harrisons Yiilh, 


Crawtbrd 


Hnrrisonviile, 


Cass 


Hartford, 


Putnam 


Hawk Point, 


Lincoln 


Hazle Green, 


La Clede 


Hazle Grove, 


Saline 


Hermatite, 


JeiTerfron 


Kerraann, 


Gasconade 


Kertoitage, 


Hickory 


Heeter, . 


Marion 


Hibernia, 


Callaway 


Hickory Barrer, 


Greene 


Hickory Creek, 


Audrain 


Hickory Hill, 


Miller 


Hickory Port, 


Grundy 


High Grove, 


Maries 


High Hill, 


Mcntgomcry 


High Point, 


Moniteau 


High Kidge, 


Jefi^erson 


Hillsborough, 


Jefferson 


Hitt, 


Scotland 


Holden, 


Jchufcon 


Holstsin; 


AVarren 


Honey Grove, 


Worth 


Hopewell, 


MiFsissippi 


Hopewell Academy. 


Warren 


Hopewell Furnace. 


Washington 


Horse Creek, 


Barton 


Houses Springs, 


Jefferson 


Houston, 


Texas. 


Howards Mills, 


St. Clair 


Hugginsville, 


Gentry 
Polk 


Hamansville, 


Hunncwell, 


Shelby 


Humboldt, 


Pulaski 


Huntin^dale.. 


Henry 
Randolph 


Huntsvillc, 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Hydesburgh, 


Ralls 


latan, 


Platte 


Independence, 


Jackson 


Indian Creek, 


Monroe 


Irish Grove, 


Atchison 


Irondale, 


AVashington 


Iron Mountain, 


St. Francois 


IrontoD, 


Iron 


Island City. 


Gentry 


Jackson, 


Cape Girardeau 


Jackson's Corners, 


Sullivan 


Jacksonville, 


Randolph 


Jake's Prairie, 


Gasconade 


Jamesport, 


Daviess 


Jamestown, 


Moniteau 


Jay, 


Harrison 


Jefferson City, 


Cole 


Jeffriesburgb, 


Franklin 


John's Branch, 


Audrain 


Jonesborough, 


Saline 


Jones Tan Yard, 


Callaway 


Judson, 


Sullivan 


Kansas City, 


Jackson 


Kenton, 


Christian 


KeytesviUe 
Kidder, 


Chariton 


Caldwell 


Kiddviile, 


Sullivan 


Kimmswick, 


Jefferson 


King City, 


Gentry 


Kingston, 


Caldwell 


Kirksvillc, 


Adair 


Kirkwood, 


St. Louis 


Knobnoster, 


Johnson 


Knob View, 


Crawford 


Knoxville, 


Ray 


Kocltztown, 


Osage 


La Belle, 


Lewis 


La Clede, 


Linn 


La Grangr. 


Lewis 


Lake Creek. 


Benton 


Lamars Station, 


Nodaway 


La Mine, 


Cooper 


La Monte, 


Pettis 


Lancaster, 


Schuyler 


Lanes Prairie, 


Osage 


La Plata. 


Macon 


Laurel Hill, 


Perry 


Leasburgh, 


Crawford 


Lebanon, 


Laclade 


Leesville, 


Henry 


Lexington, 


Laiayette 


Liberty, 
Lick Creek, 


Clay 


Ralls 


Linden, 


Atchison 





NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 


83 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Lindersville, 


Adair 


Merrimack Station, 


St. Louis 


Lindley, 


Grundy 


Mexico, 


Audrain 


Linn, 


Osage 


Miami, 


Saline 


Linn Creek, 


Camden 


Middlebrook, 


Iron 


Linneus, 


Linn 


Middlebury, 


Mercer 


LinnwooJ. 


Osage 


Middle Fabie.i, 


Scotland 


Lisbon, 


Lafayette 
Audrain 


Middle Grov 3, 


Monroe 


Little}>y, 


Middletown, 


Montgomery 


Little Niangua, 


Camden 


Midway, 


Moniteau 


Little Piney, 


Pulaski 


Milan, 


Suilivaa 


Little York, 


Greene 


Miles Point, 


Carroll 


Littsville, 


Nodaway 


Mill Creek, 


Pvipley 


Livonia, 


Putnam 


Miilersburg, 


Callaway 


Locust Grove, 


Clarke 


Mill Port, 


Knox 


Locust Hill, 


Knox 


Millville, 


Ray 


Lone Jack, 


Jackson 


Millwood, 


Lmcola 


Longwood, 


Pettis 


Milton, 


Randolph 


Lookout, 


Cole 


Minden, 


LawreacG 


Lost Branch, 


Lincoln 


Mineral Point, 


Washington 


Loose Creek, 


Osage 


Mining, 


Morgan 


Lost Camp, 


Howeil 


Mint Spring, 


Wright 


Lots Urove, 


Gentry 


Mirabiie, 


Caldwell 


Louisburgii, 


Dallas 


Missouri City, 


Clay 


Louisiana, 


Pike 


Mis.souriton, 


St. Charles 


Louisville, 


Lincoln 


Modena, 


Mercer 


Loutre, 


Audrain 


Monroe City, 


' Monroe 


Loutre Island. 




Montauk, 


Texas 


Low Wassile, 


Oregon 


Montgomery City> 


Montgomery 


Lutzton, 


Xodaway 


Monticello, 


Lewis 


McDowell, 


Barry 


Mooresville, 


Livingston 


Macon City, 


Macon 


Mornington, 


Webster 


Madison, 


Monroe 


Morrison, 


Gasconade 


Madison viile, 


Ralls 


Morses Mil', 


J efiers€n 


Mahons Creek, 


Shannon 


Moscow, 


Greena 


Manchester, 


St. Louis 


Moselle, 


Franklin 


Mandeville, 


Carroll 


xMount Pleasant. 


Gentry 


Manton, 


Maries 


Mount Vernon, 


Lawrence 


Maramec, 


Crawford 


Mount View, 


Benton 


Marion, 


Cole 


Mtle Creek, 


Cedar 


Marshall, 


Saline 


Mangers Hill, 


Reynolds 


Marshfield, 


Webster 


INlyers, 


Howard 


Marion ville, 


Lawrence 


Myrtle, 


Knos 


Marthas ville, 


Warren 


Xavlors Store, 


St. Charles 


Martin, 


Greene 


Xebo, 


Pulaski 


Martinsburgh, 


Kipley 


Xeedys Landiuo-^ 


Cape Girardeau 


Martinstown, 


Putnam 


Xeelvville, 


Ripley 


Maryvilk-, 


Xodaway 


Neisonville, 


Marion 


"Mastese, 


St. Louis 


Neosho, 


Newton 


xMaysville, 


De Kalb 


Newark, 


Knox 


May view , 


Lafayette 


New BloomtieJd, 


Callaway 


Medora, 


Osage 


New Boston, 


Macon 


Melrose, 


St. Louis 


New Bremen, 


St. Genevieve 


Memphis, 


Scotland 


New Cambria, 


Macon 


Mercer, 


Mercer 


New Florence, 


Montgomery 



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S. B. WYCKOFFS 




OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


New Frankfort, 


Saline 


Paynesviile, 


Pike 


New Garden, 


Kay 


Peakesville, 


Clarke 


New Harmony, 


Pike 


Peavine, 


La Fayette 


New Haven, 


Franklin 


Pendleton, 


Warren 


New Hope, 


Lincoln 


Pennville, 


Sullivan 


New London, 


Pvalls 


Peoples, 


Cape Girardeau 


New Madrid, 


New Madrid 


Perry vilie. 


Perry 


New Market, 


Platte 


Petra, 


Saline 


New Melle, 


St, Charles 


Pevely, 


Jefierson 


New Oifenburg, 


St. Genevieve 


Philadelphia, 


Marion 


Newtonia, 


Newton 


Philander, 


Gentry 


Newtown. 


Putnam 


Pierce, 


Callaway 


Nineveh, 


Adair 


Pigeon Creek, 


Ralls 


Normandy, 


St. Louis 


Pike Creek, 


Ripley 


Northeutt, 


Linn 


Piketon, 


Stoddard 


North Point, 


Holt 


Pilot Grove, 


Cooper 


North Salem, 


Linn 


Pilot Knob, 


Iron 


North Star, 


Atchison 


Pinckney, 


Warren 


Novelty, 


Nnox 


Pisgah, 


Cooper 


Oakfield, 


Franklin 


Pitts, 


Warren 


Oak Hill, 


Gasconade 


Pine Blufl; 


Pulaski 


Oakhurst, 


Miller 


Pine Hill, 


Shannon 


Oakland, 


Laclede 


Pine Oak, 


Warren 


Oak Point, 


Moniteau 


Pittsburg, 


Hickory 


Oak Ridoe, 


Cape Girardeau 


Plato, 


Texas 


O'Fallon, . 


St. Charles 


Platte City, 


Platte 


Ogden, 

Old Alexandria, 


New Madrid 


Platte River, 


Buchanan 


Lincoln 


Plattsburg, 


Clinton 


Old Mines, 


Washington 


Pleasant Farm, 


Miller 


Olio. 


Macon 


Pleasant Green, 


Cooper 


Old Monroe, 


Lincoln 


Pleasant Hill, 


Cass 


Omaha, 


Putnam 


Pleasant Home, 


Putnam 


Oregon, 


Holt 


Pleasant Hope, 


Polk 


Orleans, 


Polk 


Pleasant Mount, 


Miller 


Osage, 


i'rawford 


Pleasant Park, 


Carroll 


Osage City; 


Cole 


Pleasant Retreat, 


Scotland 


Osborn, 


De Kalb 


Pleasant Ridge, 


Harrison 


Oseola, 


St. Clair 


Pleasant View, 


Ray 


Otsego, 


Ray 


Plum Valley, 


Texas 


Otter Creek, 


Wayne 


Pocahontas, 


Cape Girardeau 


Ctterville, 


Cooper 


Poplar BuS; 


Butler 


Owensvillc, 


Gasconade 


Portage des Sioux, 


St. Charles 


Oxford, 


Worth 


Port Hudson. 


Franklin 


Oyster. 


Lewis 


Portland, 


Callaway 


Ozark, 


Christian 


Potosi, 


Washington 


Pacific. 


Franklin 


Pottersville, 


Howell 


Painswick, 


Maries 


Prairie Bird, 


Adair 


Palmyra, 


Marion 


Prairie Park, 


Nodaway 


Paris, 


Monroe 


Price's Brancli, 


Montgomery 


Parkville, 


Platte 


Primrose, 


Lewis 


Patterson, 


Wayne 


Princeton, 


Mercer 


Patton, 


Bollinger 


Prospect Gr ve, 


Scotland 


Pattonsburgh, 


Daviess 


Prospect Hill, 


Clay 


Paulville, 


Adair 


Providence, 


Boone 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



85 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Pryors Store, 


Taney 


Punjaub, 


St. Genevitve 


Quincy, 


Hickory 


Quitman, 


Nodaway 


Ramey, 


Johnson 


Randolph, 


Randolph 


Ravanna, 


Mercer 


Readsville, 


Callaway 


Reese Hill, 


Reynolds 


Reform, 


Calloway 


Reindeer, 


Nodaway 


Rhineland, 


Montgomery 


Rich, 


Atchison 


Rich Fountain, 


Osage 


Richland, 


Greene 


Richmond, 


Ray 


Richmond Hill, 


Shannon 


Richw ods, 


Washington 


Ridge Prairie, 


Saline 


Ridgley, 


Platte 


Ringoes Point, 


Adair 


Roanoke, 


Randolph 


Robertsons Mill, 


Stone 


Rocheport, 


Boone 


Rochester, 


Andrew 


Rockford, 


Cass 


Rock Hill, 


St. Louis 


Rock House Prairie, 


Buchanan 


Rockport, 


A:chison 


Rock Spring, 


\\ ashington 


Rocky Mount, 


Miller 


Rolla, 


Phelps 


Roubidoux, 


Texas 


Rowlette, 


Pettis 


Rural Dale, 


Grundy 


Rushville, 


Buchanan 


Russelville, 


Cole 


Rutledge, 


McDonald 


Saint Aubert, 


Callaway 


Saint Catherine, 


Linn 


Saint Charles, 


St. Charles 


Saint Clair, 


Franklin 


Saint Francisville, 


Clark 


St. Genevieve, 


St. Genevieve 


Saint James, 


Phelps 


Saint John, 


Putnaiii 


Saint Joseph, 


Buchanan 


Saint Louis, 


St. Louis 


Saint Marys, 


St. Genevieve 


Saint Paul, 


Webster 


Saint Peters, 


St. Charles 


Saint Thomas, 


Cole 


Salem, 


Linn 


Saline, 


Mercer 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Salisbury, 


Chariton 


Sand Hill, 


Scotland 


Sand Springs, 


Webster 


Santa Fe, 


Monroe 


Taos, 


Cole 


Ten Mile, 


Macon 


Terre Haute, 


Putnam 


Saver ton, 


Ralls 


Schleursburg, 


St. Charles 


Scottsville, 


Sullivan 


Sedalia, 


Pettis 


Selden, 


Douglas 


Selma, 


Jefferson 


Sentinel Prairie, 


Polk 


Shamrock, 


Callaway 


Sharpsburr, 


Marion 


Shelbina, 


Shelby 


Shelbyville, 


Shelby 


Sherman, 


St. Louis 


Sherwood, 


Jasper 


Shibleys Point, 


Adair 


Shoneytown, 


Putnam 


Shotwell, 


Franklin 


Sigel, 


Pettis 


Silver Creek, 


Cedar 


Sloans Point, 


Adair 


Smith City, 


Pettis 


Smith ton. 


Worth 


Smithville, 


Clay 


Snells Mill, 


Harrison 


Snibar, 


La Fayette 


Snow Hill, 


Lincoln 


South Fork, 


Howell 


South Point, 


Franklin 


Spring Creek, 


Pulaski 


Springfield, 


Greene 


Spring Fork, 


Pettis 


Spring Grove, 


Dallas 


Spring Hill, 


Livingston 


Spring Vale, 


Pulaski 


Stanford, 


Texas 


Stanton Copper Mines, 


Franklin 


Steelsville, 


Ciawford 


Steenes Prairie, 


Maries 


Stephens Store, 


Calloway 


Stewartsville, 


De Kalb 


Sticklerville, 


Sullivan 


Stockland, 


Montgomery 


Stockton, 


Cedar 


Stringtown, 


Cole 


Sturgeon, 


Boone 


Sugar Creek, 


Clarke 


Sugartree Grove, 


Clay 


Sullivan, 


Franklin 



3. B. WYBOPP'a 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Sulphur Springs Landing. Jefferson 


Wellington, 


Lafayette 


Sweet Home, 


Nodaway 


Wellsburgh. 


St. Charles 


Syracuse, 


Morgan 


Wellsville, 


Montgomery 


Tabo, 


La Fayette 


Wentzville, 


St. Charles 


Sappington, 


St. Louis 


West Bend, 


Polk 


Sarcoxie, 


Jasper 


West Ely, 


Marion 


Lavannah, 


Andrew 


West Liberty, 


Putnam 


Thomasville, 


Oregon 


West Locust, 


Sullivan 


Tinneys Grove, 


Ray 


Weston, 


Platte 


Tipton, 


Moniteau 


Westphalia, 


Osage 


Trenton, 


Grundy 


Westport, 


Jackson 


Troy, 


Lincoln 


West Prairie, 


Dunklin 


Truxton, 


Lincoln 


West Springlleld, 


Shelby 


Tullvania, 


Macon 


West Glaze, 


Camden 


Turnback, 


Dade 


White House, 


Miller 


Turner ville. 


Greene 


White Oak Grove, 


Greene 


Tuscumbia, 


Miller 


White Rock Prairie, 


McDonald 


Tyro, 
Union, 


Jefferson 


Whitesville, 


Andrew 


Franklin 


White Water, 


Bollinger 


Union Bridge, 


Su livan 


Willard, 


Greene 


Union Star, 


De Kalb 


Williamsburg, 


Callaway 


Unionville 


Putnam 


Williamstown, 


Lewis 


Urbana 


Dallas 


Willmathsville, 


Adair 


Utica 


Livingston 


Wilson, 


Adair 


Valparaiso, 
Van Buren, 


Sullivan 


Wilson Creek, 


Greene 


Carter 


Winchester, 


Clark 


Vancills Landing, 


Cape Girardeau 


Winchester, 


Jefferson 


Vannoy's Mill, 


Pike 


Windsor, 


Henry 


Vera Cruz, 


Dougla? 


Winston, 


Dent 


Verona, 


Lawrence 


Wintersville, 


Sullivan 


Versailles, 


Morgan 


Winthrop, 


Buchanan 


Victoria Station, 


Jefferson 


Wittenburg, 


Perry 


Vienna, 


Maries 


Woodbine, 


Harrison 


Walnut Grove, 


Greene 


Woodbury, 


Wright 


Walnut Hill, 


Buchanan 


Woodiawn, 


Monroe 


Warren, 


Marion 


Woodside, 


Oregon 


Warrensburgli, 


Johnson 


Woodville, 


Macon 


Warrenton, 


Warren 


Woollam, 


Gasconade 


Warsaw, 


Benton 


Wright City, 


Warren 


Washington, 


Franklin 


Wyaconda, 


Scotland 


Waterloo, 


Clark 


Xenia, 


Nodaway 


Waverly, 


Lafayette 
Pulaski 


Yancv, 


Phelps 


Waynesville, 


Yolo,' 


Gentry 


Weaubleau, 


St. Clair 


Youngs Creek, 


Audrain 


Webster, 


Oregon 


Youngs Mills, 


Franklin 


Webster Gioves, 


St. Loius 







LIST OF POST OFFICES 



IN THE 



STiLTK OF KANSAS 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Abilene, 


Dickinson 


Canton, 


Anderson 


Agnes City, 


Lyon 


Capioma, 


Nemaha 


Albany, 


Nemaha 


Carlyle, 


Allen 


Allen, 


Lyon 


Carson, 


Brown 


Alma, 


Wabaunsee 


Catholic Mission, 


Dorn 


America City, 


Nemaha 


Cedar Point 


Chase 


AringtoD, 


Atchison 


Ceutralia, 


Nemaha 


Ashland, 


Davis 


Centreville, 


Linn 


Aeh Point, 


Nemaha 


Chelsea 


Butler 


Atchison, 


Atchison 


Cherry Creek 


Anderson 


Auburn, 


Shawnee 


Circleville 


Jackson 


Avon, 


Coffee 


Clay Centre 


Clay 


Ayersburgb. 


Ottawa 


Claytonville 


Brown 


Baldwin City, 


Douglas 
Bourbon 


Clifton 


Washington 


Barnesville, 


Clinton 


Douglas 


Barrett, 


Marshall 


Coloma 


Woodson 


Batcheller, 


Riley 


Columbus 


Doniphan 


Bath, 


Woodson 


Cooks Ford 


Jefferson 


Bazaar, 


Chase 


Cottonwood Falls 


Chase 


Beach Valiry. 


Peketon 


Council Grove 


Morris 


Belmont, 


Woodson 


Cresco 


Anderson 


Bennington, 


Ottawa 


Cross Creek 


Pottawattomie 


Berea, " 


Franklin 


Dayton 


Bourbon 


Big Spring?, 


Douglas 


Delaware City 


Leavenworth 


Big Turkey. 




De Soto 


Johnson 


Bikek Jack, 


Douglas 


Doniphan 


Doniphan 


Blooming Grove, 


Linn 


Dover 


Shawnee 


Blue Mound? 


Linn 


Eden 


Atchison 


Blue Rapids 


Marshall 


El Dorado 


Irving 


Brooklyn 


Linn 


Elizabethtown 


Anderson 


Burlingame 


Osage 


Elk Creek 


Shirley 


Burlington, 


Coffee 


Elmendaro 


Lyon 



88 


S. B. WYCKOFF S 




OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


Elwood 


Doniphan 


Lanesburgh, 


Marshall 


Emporia 
Eudora, 


Lyon 


Lawrence, 


Douglas 


Douglas 


Leavenworth City, 


Leavenworth 


Eureka, 


Greenwood 


Lecompton, 


Douglas 


Fairland, 


Marshall 


Leon, 


Morris 


Fairmount, 


Leavenworth 


LeRoy, 


Coffee 


Far West, 


Morris 


Limestone, 


Washington 


Fort Leavenworth, 


Leavenworth 


Lincoln, 


Nemaha 


Fort Lincoln, 


Bourbon 


Little Stranger, 


Leavenworth 


Fort Eiley, 


Davis 


Locust Grove, 


Atchison 


Fort Scott, 


Bourbon 


Log Chain, 


Nemaha 


Fort Zarah, 


Peketon 


Lyons, 


Miami 


Franklin, 


Douglas 


McKinney, 


Douglas 


Fremont, 


Lyon 


Madison, 


Madison 


Gardner, 


Johnson 


Manhattan, 


Riley 


Garnett, 


Anderson 


Maple Hill, 


Wabaunson 


Gatesville, 


Clay 


Mapleton, 


Bourbon 


Geary, 


Doniphan 


Marion, 


Douglas 


Geneva, 


Allen 


Marion Centre, 


Marion 


Glendale, 


Bourbon 


Marmiton, 


Bourbon 


Granada, 


Nemaha 


Marysville, 


Marshall 


Grant, 


Davis 


Miami Village, 


Miami 


Grasshopper Falls, 


Jefferson 


Middle Creek, 


Chase 


Greenwood, 


Franklin 


Mill Creek, 


Bourbon 


Guittard Station, 


Marshall 


Mill Spring, 


St. Louis 


Haddam, 


Washington 


Mineral Point, 


Anderson 


Hamlin, 


Brown 


Mission Creek, 


Wabaunsee 


Hampden, 


^Coffee 


Minneola, 


Franklin 


Hartford, 


Lyon 


Moneka, 


Linn 


Henryville, 


Riley 


Monrovia, 


Atchison 


Hiawatha, 


Brown 


Monticello, 


Johnson 


Highland, 


Doniphan 


Moores Ranch, 


Marion 


Holton, 


Jackson 


Mound City, 


Linn 


Humboldt, 


Allen 


Mount Florence, 


Jefferson 


Huron, 


Atchison 


Mount Gilead, 


Anderson 


Hyatt, 


Anderson 


Mount Pleasant, 


Atchison 


Indi[.n Creek, 


Linn 


Mount Sterling, 


Bourbon 


Indianola, 


Shawnee 


Muscotah, 


Atchison 


lola. 


Allen 


Nashville, 


Coffee 


Iowa Point, 


Doniphan 


Neosho Falls, 


Woodson 


Irving, 


Marshall 


Neosho Rapids, 


Lyon 


Jackson, 


Linn 


Neuchatel, 


Nemaha 


James' Crossing, 


Jackson 


New Eureka, 


Jackson 


Janesville, 


Greenwood 


New Lancaster, 


Miami 


Jerome, 


Anderson 


Normanville, 


Doniphan 


Junction City, 


Davis 


Nottingham, 


Marshall 


Kanwaka, 


Douglas 


Oak wood, 


Linn 


Kaw City, 


Jefferson 


Ogden, 


Riley 


Kennekuk, 


BroAvn 


Ohio City, 


Franklin 


Kenton, 


Davis 


Olathc, 


Johnson 


Kickapoo City, 


Leavenworth 


Ontario, 


Jackson 


LaFayette, 


DoDiphan 


Osage, 


Miami 


Lancaster, 


Atchison 


Osawatomie, 


Miami 


Lane, 


Franklin 


Oskaloosa, 


Jefferson 



KANSAS DIRECTORY. 



89 



OFFICE. 


COUNTY. 


OFFICE. 


Ottawa, 


Franklin 


Silver Creek, 


Ottumwa, 


Coffee 


Six Mile Creek 


Ozark, 


Anderson 


Solomon City, 


Ozawkie, 


Jefferson 


Spencer, 


Padonia, 


Brown 


Spring Dale, 


Palermo, 


Doniphan 


Spring Hill, 


Paola, 


Miami 


Squiresville, 


Parallel, 


Washington 


Stanton, 


Pardee, 


Atchison 


Sumner, 


Paris, 


Linn 


Tecumseh, 


Pawnee, 


Bourbon 


Toledo, 


Pawnee Fork, 


Peketon 


Topeka, 


Peoria, 


Franklin 


Towanda, 


Petersburgh, 


Leavenworth 


Troy, 


Pleasant Grove, 


Greenwood 


Turkey Creek, 


Pleasant Ridge, 


Leavenworth 


Twin Mound, 


Plum Grove, 


Atchison 


Twin Springs, 


Plymouth. 


Lyon 


Tonganoxic, 


Potosi, 


Linn 


Tuque, 


Powhattan, 


Brown 


Tylers, 


Prairie City, 


Douglas 


Union, 


Quiudaro, 


Wyandotte 


Ununda, 


Randolph, 


Riley 


Verdigris F.-iUs 


Rantou . 




Vienna, 


Reno, 


Leavenworth 


Virgil 


Richardson, 


Shawnee 


Wabaunsee. 


Richland, 


Shawnee 


Wakarusa, 


Ridgeway, 


Osage 


Walnut Grove, 


Rising Sun, 


Jefferson 


Walnut Hill, 


Robinson, 


Brown 


Washington, 


Rock Creek, 


Pottowatoraie 


Waterloo, 


Rockford, 


Bourbon 


Wathena, 


Rockville, 


Miami 


Waushara, 


Rossville, 


Jackson 


AVaveland, 


Sac & Fox Agency, 


Osage 1 


Westmoreland, 


Saint George, 


Pottowatoraie 


White Cloud, 


St. Mary's Mission, 


Pottowatomie | 


Whitehead, 


Salina, 


Saline 


Williamsport, 


Scipio, 


Anderson 


Willow Springs 


Scott Land, 


Jefferson 


Wihnington, 


Seneca, 


Nemaha 


Wolf River, 


Shawnee, 


Johnson 


Wyandotte, 


Sherman, 


Johnson | 


Wyoming, 


Sheridan, 


Lyon 1 


Xenia, 


Shields, 


Jefferson i 


Xeandale, 


Siegel, 


Douglas 





COUNTY. 

Chase 

Morris 

Saline 

Atchison 

Leavenworth 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Miami 

Atchison 

Shawnee 

^ *5,Chase 

Shawnee 

Otoe 

Doniphan 

Bourbon 

Douglas 

Linn 

Leavenworth 

Warren 

Brown 

Chase 

Brown 

Greenwood 

Pottowatomie 

Greenwood 

Wabaunsee 

Douglas 

Doniphan 

Bourbon 

Washington 

Lyon 

Doniphan 

Lyon 

Shawnee 

Pottowatomie 

Dnniphan 

Doniphan 

Shawnee 

Douglas 

Wabaunsee 

Doniphan 

Wyandotte 

Marshall 

Bourbon 

Wabaunsee 



12 



UNITED STATES 



The law requires postage on all letters (including those to foreign coun- 
tries when prepaid) excepting those writento the President or Vice-President 
or members of Congress, or, (on official business) to the chiefs of the execu- 
tive departments of the Government, and the heads of bureaus, and chief 
clerks, and others invested with the franking privilege, to be prepaid by 
Etamps or stamped envelopes, prepayment in money being prohibited. 

All drop letters must be prepaid. The rate of postage on drop letters, at 
oflSces where a free delivery by carrier is established, is two cents per palf 
ounce, or fraction of a half ounce, at offices where such free delivery is not 
established, the rate is one cent. 

The single rate of postage on ail domestic mail letters throughout the 
United States, is three cents per half ounce, with on additional rate of three 
cents for each additional half ounce, or fraction of a half ounce. The ten 
cent (Pacific) rate is abolished. 

Bates of Letter Postage between offices in tJw. United States, and to and from Canada and 
other Bntish INorth. American Provinces. 

To and from Canada and New Brunswick, 10c. per half ounce, irrespective of 

distance. 
To and from other British Xorth American Provinces for a distance 

not over 3,000 10 cents 

For any distance over 3,000 miles 15 " 

For every additional half ounce, or fraction of a half ounce, an addition- 
al rate is charged. Prepayment is optional on all letters for the British 
North American Provinces, except Newfoundland, to which prepayment is 
compulsory. 

Letter postage is to be charged on all handbills, circulars, or other 
printed matter which shall contain any manuscript writing Avhatever. 

Daguerreotypes when sent in the mail, are to be charged with letter post- 
age by weight. 

Photographs on cards, paper, and other flexible material, (not in cases) 
can be sent at the same rate as miscellaneous printed matter, vi/, two cents for 
each four ounces or fraction thereof 

Photographic Albums are chargeable with book postage — four cents for 
each four ounces, or fraction thereof 



KANSAS DIRECTORY. 91 

Newspaper Postage. 

Postage on Dally Papers to subscribers, when prepaid quarterly or 
yearly in advance, either at the mailing office or office of delivery, 
per quarter (three months) 35 cents 

Six times per week, per quarter, (three months) 30 " 

For Tri-Weeklv, " " 15 '^ 

For Semi-Weekly, " " 10 " 

For Weekly, " " 5 " 

Weekly newspapers, (one copy only) sent ])y the publisher to actual subscri- 
bers within the county where printed and published, free. 

Postage per quarter (to be paid quarterly or yearly in advance) on newspa- 
pers and periodicals issued less frequently than once a week, sent to actual 
subscribers to any part of the United States. 

Semi-Monthly, not over 4 oz centn 

" over 4 oz. and not over 8 oz 12 

■" over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz 18 " 

Monthly, not over 4 oz , 3 " 

" over 4 oz, and not over 8 oz G " 

" over 8 oz, and not over 12 oz 9 " 

Quarterly, not over4oz 1 " 

" over 4 oz. and not over 8 oz 2 " 

" over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz 3 " 

Quarterly postage cannt be paid for less than three months. If a subscrip- 
tion begins at any other time than the commencement of an official quar- 
ter, the postage received by the postmaster must still be entered in his ac- 
count for that quarter. Su))scribers for short terms — exceeding three 
months, say four or five months — can pay quarterly postage for the actual 
term of their subscriptions — that is for one quarter and a third, one quarter 
and two-thirds, etc. The law only requires that at least one quarter's post- 
age shall be prepaid, and not more than one year's postage. Any term be- 
tween one quarter and one year can therefore be prepaid at proportionate 
rates 

Publishers of newspapers and periodicals may send to each other from their 
respective offices of publication, free of postage, one copy of each publica- 
tion and may also send to each actual subscriber, inclosed in their publica- 
tions, bills and receipts for the same, free of postage. They may also state 
on their respective publications, the date when the subscription expires, to 
be written or printed. 

Religious, educational and agricultural newsi^apers of small size, issued les'i 
frequently than once a week, may be sent in package to one address at the 
rate of one cent for each package not exceeding four ounces in weight, and 
an additional charge of one cent is made for each additional four ounces 
or fraction thereof, the postage to be paid quarterly or yearly in advance. 

jS ewsdealers may send newspapers and periodicals to regular subscribers at 
the quarterly rates, in the same manner as publishers, and may also receive 
them from publishers at subscribers' rates. In both eases the postage to 
be prepaid, either at the mailing or delivery office. 

Publications issued without disclosing the office of publication, or containing 
a fictitious statement thereof, must not be forwarded by postmasters unless 
prepaid at the mailing office at the rates of transient printed matter. 

Postage on l^ansient Printed Matter. 

[All printed matter (except single copies of newspapers, magazines and peri- 
odicals to regular subscribers) sent via overland mail, is to be charged at 
letter postage rates.] 



92 s. B. wyckoff's 



Books not over 4 oz. in weight, to one address, 4 cents; over 4, oz. and not 
over 8 oz., 8 cents; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., 12 cents; over 12 oz, and 
not over 16 oz., 16 cents. 

Circulars, not exceeding three in number, to one address, 2 cents; over three 
and not over six, 4 cents; over six and not over nine, 6 cents; over nine 
and not exceeding twelve, 8 cents. 

On miscellaneous mailable matter (embracing all pamphlets, occasional pub- 
lications, transient newspapers, handbills and posters, book manuscripts 
and proof-sheets, whether corrected or not, maps, prints, engravings, sheet 
music, blanks, flexible patterns, samples and sample cards, phonographic 
paper, letter envelopes, postal envelopes or wrappers, cards, paper, plain 
or ornamental, photographic representations of different types, seeds, cut- 
tings, bulbs, roots, and scions) the postage to be prepaid by stamps, is, on 
one package to one address, not over 4 oz. in weight, 2 cents; over 4 oz. and 
not over 8 oz., 4 cents; over 8 oz. and not over 12 oz., 6 cents; over 12. oz, 
and not over 16 oz., 8 cents. 

By a recent order of the postmaster-general, the fifth subdivision of the 42d 
instruction of the new Post Office Law, has been amended by striking out 
the word twelve and inserting thirty-two before the word ounces, so that it 
shall read as follows ; "The weight of packages of seeds, cuttings, roots 
and scions, to be franked, is limited to thirty-two ounces. 

All mail matter not sent at letter rates of postage, embracing books, book 
manuscripts, proof-sheets and other printed matter, and all other mail mat- 
ter, except seeds, must be so wrapped or enveloped, with open sides or ends 
as to enable the postmaster to examine the package without destroying the 
wrapper, otherwise such packages must be rated with letter postage. No 
communication, whether in writing or in print, can be sent with any seeds 
roots, cuttings, or scions, maps, engravings, or other matter not printed, ex- 
cept upon the separate payment of postage upon each separate matter at 
the established rates. 

Exchange newspapers and periodicals cannot be remailed without being 
chargeable with postage. 

Where packages of newspapers or periodicals are received at any post office 
directed to one address, and the names of the club of subscribers to which 
they belong, with the postage for a quarter in advance, shall be handed to 
the postmaster, he shall deliver the same to their respective owners. But 
this does not apply to Aveekly newspapers which circulale free in the county 
where printed and published. 

Weekly newspapers and all other printed matter to the British North Amer- 
ican Pi'ovinces, although sent from countries bordering on the line, are 
chargeable with the same rates as when sent to any point in the United 
States. - 

5@°*A11 transient matter must be prepaid by stamps. But if it comes to the 
office of delivery without prepayment, or short paid, the unpaid postage 
must be collected on delivery at double the prepaid rate. Great neglect 
exists in the strict quarterly payment of postage on printed matter sent to 
regular subscribers. No such paper shall be delivered unless it is either 
prepaid at the mailing office or at the delivery office for at least a quarter. 
If not so pre-paid, postmasters must collect postage on each copy as on 
transient matter. If they fail they will be charged with the full postage 
due, and in clear cases removed from office for neglect. 

To inclose or conceal a letter or other thing (except bills and receipts for 
subscription) in, or to write or print anything, after its publication, upon 
any newspaper, pharaphlet, magazine, or other printed matter, is illegal, 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



and subjects such printed matter and the entire package of which it is a 
part, to letter postage. 
Any word or communication, whether by printing, writing, marks or signs, 
upon the cover or wrapper of a newspaper, pamphlet, magazine, or other 
printed matter, other than the name and address of the person to whom it 
is to be sent, and the date when subscription expires, subjects the package 
to letter postage. 

Miscellaneous Information. 

DEAD LETTERS. 

By the instructions under the postal laws, unmailable letters are speciffied 
to be — 

Letters attempted to bo sent with stamps previously used, or stamps cut 
from stamped envelopes. 

Unpaid letters for foreign countries, on which prepayment is required by the 
regulations. 

Letters not addressed, or so badly addressed that their destination cannot 
be known. 

Letters misdirected to places where there are no post oiBces. 

Civilian's letters, (^domestic,) wholly unpaid (including unpaid drop letters.) 

Only such letters as are herein described are, when deposited in any post 
office, to be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office, all others must be dispatched 
to their destination, charged with the amount of unpaid postage. 

When unmailable letters are sent to the Dead Letter Office, the specific 
reason thei'efore must be endorsed upon the envelope of each. 

These instructions will be strictly followed at all post offices. 

For more full instructions relating to dead letters, advertising letters, etc., 
examine carefully the 7th and 8th Sections of the Act of Sd of March, 1863, 
and the instructions attached thereto; also, Section 1, Act of March 3d, 18G5. 



:t^ e: ^^ 1^ 3r u e: 



ACCIDENTAL INJURIES to persons, tickets or contracts for insurance 
against, are exempt from stamp duty. 

AFFIDAVITS in suits or legal proceedings are exempt from stamp duty. 

AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT— For every sheet or piece of paper upon 
which either of the same shall be written 5 cents 

If more than one appraisement, agreement or contract shall be written upon 
one sheet or piece of paper, 5 cents! for each and every a<lditional appraise- 
ment, agreement or contract. 

AGREEMENT, renewal of, same stamp as original instrument. 

APPRAISEMENT of value or damage, or for any other purpose, for each 
sheet of paper on which it is -written, 5 cents, 

ASSIGNMENT OF A LEASE, same stamp as original, and additional 
stamp upon the value or consideration of transfer, according to the rates of 
stamps on Deeds. (See Conveyance.) 

ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE. cSee Mortgage.) 

ASSIGNMENT OF POLICY OF INSURANCE. (See Insurance.; 

BANK CHECK, Draft or order for any sum of money, drawn upon any 
bank, banker, or trust company, at sight or on demand 2 cents. 

When drawn upon any other person or j^ersons, companies or corporations, 
for any sum exceding $1 0, at sight or on demand 2 cents 

BILL OF EXCHANGE (Inland) draft or order for the payment of any 
sum of money, not exceeding $100, otherwise than at sight or on demand, 
or any promisory note, or any memorandum, check, receipt, or other writ- 
ten or printed evidence of an amount of money to be paid on demand or at 
a time designated, for a sum not exceeding $100 .'5 cents 

And for every additional $100, or fractional part thereof in excess of 
$100 5 cents. 

BILL OF EXCHANGE (Foreign) or letter of credit, drawn in but payable 
out of tbe United States, if drawn singly, same rates of duty as inland 
bills of exchange or promissory notes. 

If drawn in sets of three or more — For every 1)111 of each set, where the sum 
made payable shall not exceed $100, or the equivalent thereof, in any for- 
eign currency 2 cents. 

And for every additional $100, or fractional part thereof in excess of $100 
(See Sales) '. 2 cents. 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 95 

BILL OF LADING or Receipt (other than charter-party) for any goods, 
merchandize or effects, to be exported from a poit or place in the United 
States to any foreign port or phicc 10 cents 

BILL OF LADING to any port in British North America does not require 
a stamp. 

BILL OF tSALE by which any sliip or vessel, or any part thereof, shall be 
conveyed to or vested in any other person or persons, when the considera- 
tion shall not exceed ^500 50 cents 

Exceeding .$500, and not exceeding $1000 $1 00 

Exceeding ^1000, or every additional amount of SoOft, or fractional part 
thereof. 50 cents. 

BOND, for indemnifying any person for the payment of any sum of money, 
when the money ultimately recoverable thereupon is $1000 or less, 50 cents 

When in excess otMlOOO, for each $1000 orfraction 50 cents 

BOND for due execution or performance of duties of office 61 00 

BOND of any description, other than such as may be required in legal pro- 
ceedings, or used in connection vv'ith mortgage deeds, and not otherwise 
charged in this scedule 25 cents 

BOND or Note accompanying a Mortgage requires no stamp if the Mortgage 
is stamped. But one stamp is required on those papers, which may be 
placed on either. 

BONDS. rSee Scales.^ 

BOTTLED' MEATS, Fish, &c. (See Meats.^ 

BROKER'S NOTES. (See Contracts— Sales.) 

BREWERS of Beer, Ale, Porter, Lager Beer, and fermented liquors, are to 
affix stamps on the spigot holes or taps of each hogshead, barrel, keg or 
other vessel, the same to be at the rate of SI per barrel of 81 gallons, and at 
a like rate for fractional parts of a barrel. 

BULLION. (SeeScales.l 

CANNED MEATS, Fish, Shell-fish, Vegetables, Saiice, Syrups, Prepared 
Mustard, Jams or Jellies. fSee Meats.) 

CERTIFICATES OF ]\tEASUREMENT or weight of animals, wood, coal 
or hay, exempt from stamp duty. 

Certificates of Measurement of other articles 5 cents 

CERTIFICATE OF PROFITS, or any certificate or memorandum showing 
an interest in the property on accumulations of any incorporated company, 
if for a sum not -less than $10 and not exceeding $o() 10 cents. 

Exceeding $50 and not exceeding $1000 25 cents. 

Exceeding .$1000, for every additional $1000, or fractional part thereof, 

25 cents. 

CERTIFICATE OF STOCK in any incorporated company 25 cents. 

CERTIFICATE. Any certificate of damage or otherwise, and all other cer- 
tificates or documents issued by any port warden, marine surveyor, or other 
person acting as such 25 cents. 

CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT of any sum of money in any bank or trust 
company, or with any banker or person acting as such — 

If for a sum not exceeding 6 1 00 2 cents. 

For a sum exceeding .$100 ..5 cents. 

f 'P^RTIFICATE of any other description tlian those specified 5 cents. 

CHARTER, renewal of, same stamp as an original instrument. 

CHARTER-PARTY, for the charter of any ship, or vessel, or steamer, or 
any letter, memorandum, or other writing relating to fthe charter, or 
any renewal or transfer thereof, if the registered tonnage of such ship, or 
vessel, or steamer does not exceed 150 tons 61 00 



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Exceeding one hundred and fifty tons, and not exceeding three hundred tons, 

$3 00 

Exceeding three hundred tons, and not exceeding six hundred tons,... ^5 00 

Exceeding six hundred tons $10 00 

CHECK. Bank Check 2 cents 

CIGAR LIGHT, whether made in whole or in part of wood, wax, glass, pa- 
per, or other materials — 

In packages, &c., containing 25 lights or less 1 cent. 

In packages, &c., containing more than 25 and not more than 50 lights, 

2 cents. 

For every additional 25 lights or fractional parts of that number 1 cent. 

COSMETICS AND PERFUMES. Same rates as Medicines. (See Medi- 
cines.) 

CONTRACT. Brokers Note, oe memorandum of sale of any goods or mer- 
chandize, real estate, or property of any kind or description issued by 
brokers or persons acting as such, for each note or memorandum of 
sale 10 cents. 

CONTRACT. (See Agreement.) 

CONTRACT, renewal of, same stamp as original instrument. 

CONVEYANCE, Deed, instrument, or writing, whereby any lands, tene- 
ments or other realty sold shall be granted, assigned, transferred, or other- 
wise conveyed to, or vested in, the purchasers, or any other person or 
persons, by his, hers, or their direction, when the consideration or value 
does not exceed $500 50 cents. 

When the consideration exceeds $500, and does not exceed $1000 $1 00 

And for every additional $500, or fractional part thereof, in excess of 
$1000 50 cents. 

Conveyance, the acknowledgment of a deed or proof by a witness, needs no 
stamp. 

Conveyance Certificate of record of a deed does not require a stamp. 

CREDIT, Letter of, same as foreign Bill of Exchange. 

CUSTOM HOUSE ENTRY. (See Entry.) 

CUSTO^I HOUSE WITHDRAWALS. (See Entry.) 

DEEDS. (See Conveyance.) 

DRAFT, Same as Inland Bill of Exchange. 

ENTRY of any goods, wares or merchandize at any custom house, either for 
consumption or warehousing, not exceeding $100 in value ..25 cents 

Exceeding $100, and not exceeding $500 in value 50 cents 

Exceeding $500 in value $1 00 

ENTRY for the withdrawal of any goods or merchandise from bonded ware- 
house 50 cents. 

FRICTION MATCHES or lucifer matches, in parcels or packages contain- 
ing one hundred matches or less, for each parcel or package 1 cent. 

When in parcels or packages containing more than one hundred, and not 
more than two hundred matches, for each parcel or package 2 cents. 

And for every additional one hundred matches, or fractional part thereof, 

1 cent. 

For all wax tapers, double the rates herein imposed upon friction or lucifer 
matches. 

GOLD. (See Sales.) 

INSURANCE (Life). — Policy, when the amount insured shall not exceed 
$1000 25 cents. 

Exceeding $1000 and not exceeding $5000 50 cents. 

Exceeding $5000 $1 00 

INSURANCE (Marine, Inland aad Fire). — Policies, or renewals of the 
same, if the premium does not exceed $10 10 cents. 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 97 

Exceeding $10 and not exceeding $50 25 cents. 

Exceeding $50 50 cents. 

Assignment of Policy of Insurance, same stamp as original instrument. 

INSURANCE contracts or tickets against accidental injuries to persons, do 
not require stumps. 

LEASE, agreement, memorandum, or contract for the hire, use, or rent of 
any land, tenement, or portion thereof, where the rent or rental value is 
$300 per annum or less 50 cents. 

AVhere the rent or rental value exceeds the sum of ^300 per annum, for each 
additional $200, or fractional part thereof in excess of $300 50 ceuts. 

Assignment of Lease, same stan)p as original instrument, and the value or 
consideration of the transfer at the same rate as a Deed. (See Convey- 
ance. ) 

LEGAL DOCUMENTS: 

WRIT, or other original process hy which any suit is commenced in any 
court of record, either of law or equity 50 cents 

Where the amount claimed in a writ, issued by a court not of record, is $100 
or over 50 cents. 

Upon every confession of judgment, or cognovit, for $100 or over, (except in 
those cases where the tax for the writ of a commencement of suit has been 
paid,l 50 cents. 

Writs or other process on appeals from justice courts or other courts of infer- 
ior jurisdiction to a court of record 50 cents. 

WARRANT OE DISTRESS, Avhen the amount of rent claimed does not 
exceed $100 : 25 cents. 

When the amount claimed exceeds $100 50 cents.. 

LETTERS OE ADMINISTRATION. ( See Probate of Will.l 

LETTER OF CREDIT, Saxne as Bill of Exchange Foreiiin. 

LUCIFER MATCHES. (See Friction Matches.) ^ 

MAEIFEST for custom house entry or clearance of the cargo of any ship^ 
vessel or steamer for a foreign port — 

If the registered tonnage of such ship, vessel or steamer does not exceed 300 
tons...^ $1 00< 

Exceeding 300 tons and not exceeding 000 tons $3 00 

Exceeding 600 tons '. $5 00 

These provisions do not apply to vessels or stcainboats plying between ports 
of the United States and British North America. 

MEATS, Fish, shell-fish, fruits, vegetables, sauces, syrups, prepared mustard,, 
jams or jellies, in cans, bottle^', or other single package, packed or sealed, 
made, prepared, sold, or offered for sale, after October 1, 18G0 — when such 
can, bottle, package, c^'c, is of 2 pounds weight or less, on each...! cent. 

Exceeding 2 pounds, for each additional pound i cent. 

MEDICINES OR PREPARATIONS. Medicines, Drugs or Chemicals un- 
compounded need no «tamp. 

Medicines and drugs compounded according to the United States, or oth<er 
national pharmacopana or text-books, in common use, not sold, oU'ered for 
sale, or advertised under any other name, form or guise, than that in which 
they may be denominated in pharmacopceias, text-books, etc., need no 
stamp. 

Upon every packet, box, bottle, pot, phial, or other inclosure, containing any 
pills, powders, tinctures, troches, lozengers, syrups, cordials, bitters, ano- 
dynes, tonics, plasters, liniments, salves, ointments, pastes, drops, waters^ 
essences, spirits, oils, or other medicinal preparations or compositions what- 
ever, made by any private formula, according to any occult secret, or by 
letters patent, or as specifics — Where such packet, box, bottle, pot, phial 

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or other inclosure, with its contents, shall not exceed, at the retail price or 
value, the sum of twenty-five cents 1 cent. 

If the price exceeds 25 cents and does not exceed 50 cents 2 cents. 

If the price exceeds 50 cents and does not exceed 75 cents 3 cents. 

If the price exceeds 75 cents and does not exceed $1 4 cents. 

Above $1, for every additional 50 cents in price, or fractional part thereof, 

2 cents. 

MEMORANDUM OF SALE, or broker's note— (See Contract— Sale.) 

MORTGAGE OF LANDS, estate, or property, real or personal, heritable 
or movable whatsoever, or any personal bond given as security for the pay- 
raent of any definite or certain sum of money exceeding $100, and not ex- 
ceeding $500 50 cents. 

Exceeding $500 and not exceeding $1000 $1 00 

And for eveiy additional $500, or fractional part thereof in excess of 
$1000 50 cents. 

Upon every assignment or transfer of a mortgage the same stamp duty upon 
the amount ramaining unpaid thereon as is imposed on a mortgage of the 
same amount. 

ORDER for payment of money, if the amount is ten dollars or over. ..2 cents 

PASSAGE TICKET on any vessel from a port in the United States to a for- 
eign port, not exceeding $35 50 cents. 

Exceeding $35, and not exceeding $50 $1 00 

And for every additional $50, or fractional part thereof, in excess of 
$50...... U 00 

Passage tickets to ports in British North America, do not require stamps. 

PERFUMERY— cSee Cosmetics.) 

PLAYING CARDS. Upon every pack not exceeding 52 in number, irre- 
spective of price or value 5 cents. 

POWER OF ATTORNEY, for the sale or transfer of any stock, bonds or 
scrip, or for the collection of any dividends or interest thereon.... 25 cents. 

Prayer of Attorney or proxy for voting at any election for officers of any in- 
corporated company or society except religious, charitable or literary soci- 
eties, or public cemeteries 10 cents. 

Power of Attorney to receive or collect rent 25 cents. 

Power of Attorney to sell and convey real estate, or to rent or lease the 
same $1 00 

Power of Attorney for any other purpose 50 cents. 

Power of Attorney, or papers relating to applications for bounties, arrearages 
of pay, or pensions, or receipts therefor, requires no stamp. 

PROBATE OF WILL, or letters of administration. Where the estate and 
effects for or in respect of which such probate or letters of administration 
applied for shall be sworn or declared not to exceed the value of$2000 $1 00 

PROMISSORY NOTE. (See Bill of Exchange, inland.) 

PROTEST of note, bill of exchange, acceptance, check or draft, or any ma- 
rin c protest 25 cents. 

RECEIPTS for any sum of money, or for the payment of any debt, exceeding 
$20 in amount, not being for the satisfaction of any mortgage or judgment, 
or decree of any court, or by endorsement on any stamped obligation in 

acknowledgment of its fulfillment, for each receipt 2 cents. 

Where more than one signature is affixed to the same paper, one or more 
stamps may be affixed thereto, representing the whole amount of the stamp 
required for such signatures. 
The term "money" used in this clause applies to drafts and other instru- 
ments given for the payment of money, receipts for which must be 
stamped. 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 99 



E.ECEIPTS by express men or express companies for the deliveiy of any 

property for transportetion, exempt from stamp duty. 
EENENEWAL OF AGREEMENT, contract or charter by letter ot other- 
wise, same stamp as original instrument. 

STOCKS. (See Sales.) 
SALES, or contracts for sale of stocks, bonds, gold and silver bullion and 

coin, promissory notes or other securities, when made by brokers, banks or 

bankers who pay a special tax, require stamps equal to one cent on every 

$100 of the amount. 
If there is a fraction over $100, the same to be stam])ed at the full rate 

of $100. 
When made by a person, firm or corporation not paying special tax, for 

every $100 of value 5 cents. 

A memorandum of sale or contract must be made by the seller to the buyer 

upon the sale or contract being made, and the stamps affixed thereto. 
WARRANT OF ATTORNEY accompanying a bond or note, requires no 

stamp if the bond or note is stamped. 
WAX TAPERS, double the rates on Friction INIatches. (See Friction 

Matches.) 

Penalties. 

For forging, or causing to be forged, stamps or dies, stamping vellum, 
parchment or paper with forged stamps ; or selling or exposing for sale a 
forged stamp, or using, or permitting to be used a forged stamp, die or plate, 
or using one knowingly; or using one torn, cut, or got ofl:' any instrument 
liable to duty; or removing cancellation or defacing marks with intention to 
use the stamps again, or selling or buying restored stamps, or restoring the 
same, or forging stamps upon proprietary articles, — on each of the above 
cases, fine not exceeding $1000, or imprisonment at hard labor not exceeding 
five years, or both, at the discretion of the court. 

For using a stamp without having effectually cancelled and obliterated it ; 
or permitting stamp wrappers to be removed from bottles, boxes, or other en- 
closures mentioned in Scedule C, to be used again or removed for use, — 
penalty 150 for each offense. 

Making, signing or issuing an instrument, document, or paper requiring a 
stamp, without such stamp — penalty $50, and the instrument, document or 
paper is invalid, and of no effect. 

Accepting, or paying a bill of exchange, draft, order, or promissory note 
which is not duly stamped — penalty $50, and the instrument is invalid and 
of no effect. 

Acceptance or payment of a foreign bill of exchange payable in the United 
States, must be stamped by the acceptor or payee before payment, under pen- 
alty of ^200. 

Preparation or sale of drugs, medicines, compositions, articles or things 
mentioned in Scedule C, including perfumery, cosmetics, lucifer or friction 
matches, cigar lights, wax tapers, and playing cards, without the same being 
stamped upon the box, bottle, packet or enclosure containing the same — pen- 
alty ^50 for each offense. 



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SPEGIAI. OGGUPATIOigS 

Subject to the 

United States Excise Tax Laws, 

In Force oa and After March 1st, lS(r7. 

(SPECIAL TAXES. 

Rate of Tax 

Apothecaries, annual sales not over twenty-five thousand $ 10 

Architects and civil engineers 10 

As payers, annual assays not over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars 

in value 100 

Assayers, annual assays over two hundred and fifty tliousand dollars and 

not over five hundred thousand dollars 200 

Assayers, annual assays over five hundred thousand dollars 500 

Auctioneers, annual sales not over ten thousand dollars 10 

Auctioneers, annual sales over ten thousand dollars 20 

Banks and bankers, capital not over fifty thousand dollars 100 

Banks and bankers, capital over fifty thousand dollars, two dollars for 

each additional thousand dollars, in addition to the one hundred dollars 

Billiard rooms, for each table 10 

Boats, barges, and flats, of capacity exceeding twenty-five tons, and not 

exceeding one hundred tons 5 

Boats, barge and flats, of capacity exceeding one hundred tons 10 

Bowling alleys, for each alley 10 

Brewers, annual manufacture less than five hundred barrels 50 

Brewers, annual manufacture not less than five hundred barrels 100 

Brokers, cattle, annual sales not over ten thousand dollars 10 

Brokers, commercial 20 

Brokers, custom-house 10 

Brokers, land-warrant 25 

Brokers, pawn, capital not over fifty thousand dollars 50 

Brokers, pawn, capital over fifty thousand dollars, two dollars for every 

thousand dollars, in addition to the fifty dollars. 

Brokers, produce 10 

Brokers, stock 50 

Builders and contractors 10 

Butchers, annual sales not over twenty-five thousand dollars 10 

Butchers, who sell from carts exclusive! v 5 

Ciscuses ' 100 

Claim agents 10 

Confectioners, annual sales not over twenty-five thousand dollars 10 

Conveyancers 10 

Dealers, retail 10 

Dealers, wholcside, aimual sales not over fifty thousand dollars 50 

Dealers, retail liciuor , 25 

Dealers, wholesale liquor, annual sales not over fifiv thousand dollars.... 100 

Dentists ' 10 

Distillers of coal oi 1 50 

Distillers of spirituous 1 iquors 100 

Distillers of apples, grapes, or peaches, distilling fifty barrels, and less 

than one h undred and fifty barrels per year 50 

Distillers of apples, grapes, or peaches, distilling less than fifty barrels 

per year 20 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 101 

Rate of Tax 

Eating houses ^ 10 

Exhibitions not otherwise provided for 10 

Express carriers and agents 10 

Gift exterprises l50 

Grinders of cofi'ee and spices 100 

Horse dealers 10 

Hotels, yearly rental two hundred dollars or less 10 

Plotels, yearly rental over two hundred dollars, five dollars for everyone 

hundred dollars or fractional part thereof, in addition to the ten dollars 

Hotels, steamboats and vessels carrying and boarding passengers 25 

Insurance agents, domestic, annual receipts not exceeding one hundred 

dollars t. 5 

Insurance agents, domestic, annual receipts exceeding one hundred 

dollars 1 10 

Insurance agents, foreign 50 

Intelligence office keeper 10 

Jugglers 20 

Lawyers, 10 

Livery stable keepers 10 

Lottery ticket dealers 100 

Manufacturers 10 

Miners 10 

Patent agents 10 

Patent right dealers 10 

Peddlers, 1st class 50 

Peddlers, 2d class * 25 

Peddlers, 3d class 15 

Peddlers, 4th class 10 

Peddlers of fish 5 

Peddlers of dry goods in original packages, or jewelry 50 

Peddlers of distilled spirits, fermented liquors or wines 10 

Photographers 10 

Plumbers and gas fitters, annual sales not over twenty-five thousand 

dollars 10 

Physicians and surgeons 10 

Real estate agents 10 

Rectifiers of any quantity not exceeding five hundred barrels 25 

Rectifiers of any quantity exceeding 500 barrels, $25 in addition to the 

$25 for every 500 barrels rectified. 

Stallions and jacks 10 

Theatres, museums and concert halls 100 

Tobacconists >. .. 10 



102 S, B. WYCKOFP'S 

PEOPLE OF THE WEST 

LOOK TO YOUE IITEREST 

IF YOU WANT TO BUY ANYTHING THAT YOU CANNOT OB- 
TAIN IN YOUR TOWN OR VILLAGE. 

SEND AN ORDER FOR 

ITS PURCHASE TO 

WYCKOFP'S COMMEHCIAL 

QUINCY, ILLINOIS. 



ANYTHING THAT THIS CITY CONTAINS, THAT IS FOR SALE. 

CAN BE BOUGHT AT THE LOWEST WHOLESALE FIGURES AT 

WYCKOFP'S COMMERCIAL 

A.aENCY", 

QUINCY, ILLINOIS. 



Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy Ar- 
ticles, Millinery Goods, and Books, Srationery, and Blanks, and Printing, 
and Binding attended to, and the tilling of orders ot every description, 

ATTENDED TO AT 

WYCKOFP'S PUECHASIITG 
And Commercial Agency. 



Plans and Estimates for buildings and the Purchase of 

Lumber and Materials attended to, Attention 

Given to the Shipment of goods for 

both Parties Absent from and 

Thosenn the City. 

B@^ References given to an>; business house or firm of respectabil- 
ity which has been in the city since 1854. 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



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J. p. CADOGAN. 



A. DEMAREE. 



I. G. HUFFMAN. 



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NEWSPAPER, BOOK AND JOB 



W 1^ 

JK Ml 






o :f° ^^ X c? :e3 , 

J. v. OADOa^lSr & CO, Proprietors, 

CORNER OF MAINE AND FOURTH STREETS, 



QXJI]^ 



I3L,X^IIVOIS. 



Tlie Lai'g-est aaicl ]\Xost Connplete 

JoTd Printing Estatlishment 



m WESTERN {lfLL»M©)BS. 



EyEI\Y pESCr\IPTlON OF JoB PrINTING 



Done in the Most Expeditious Manner. 



$5,000 WOSTH OF PRESSES AND TYPE ADDED THE PAST YEAR. 



104 



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Gardner's Improved Governor 

—WITH— 

GARDNER & ROBERTSONS ROUBLE ACTING BALANCE YALVE 



co»i33i:>rjEi>. 



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■§ 



A-clclress Orders to 



(URDNER & ROBERTSON, Manufacturers, 



CITIES, TOWNS, VILLAGES AND POST OFFICES, 



TOGETHEB WITH THE 



Names of Persons Engas^ed in Business in eacli Place. 



Acasto. 

A small village in Clark county, 
near the Iowa line, 15 nailes nortii- 
wcst of Waterloo, the County Seat, 
50 miles west of north of Q,uincy, and 
26 miles from Keokuk, and 136 miles 
from Jefferson City. The nearest point 
by R. R. is Croton, on the Keokuk 
and Ft. Des Moines R. R., and Alex- 
andria, on the Mississippi, is its river 
port. Population 160. 

TRADES, PKOFESSIONS, &C. 

Bottom E., Physician. 

Chery A., Tailor. 

Clark D., shoemaker. 

Clark D. A., saloon. 

Colfee John, wagonmaker. 

Folker Wm., general store. 

Hosley & Herriman, blacksmith and 

wagonmaker. 
Stoddard Geo., wagonmaker. 

Alantliws Groye 
Is a small place in the north-west- 
ern part of Gentry county, in the 
township of Wilson, distant about 12 
miles nearly west of Albany. It is 
on the west bank of the west fork of 
Grand river, on tlie margin of the 
prairie bottom. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Lillybridge Isaac, general store. 
Phillips Job, blacksmith. 

Albany 

Is the County Seat of Gefttry coun- 



ty, 45 miles north-east of St. Joseph, 
and 162 miles north-west of Jefferson' 
City. It has a daily line of stages to 
St. Joseph, and is rather pleasantly 
situated, nestling in the timber which 
borders on beautiful prairie. Popu- 
lation 600. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Allender S. S., photographer. 
Albin John N., of Claver & Co. 
Albany Hotel, R. L. Baldock, prop. 
Athens Lodge, A. F. & A. M. 
Albin Henry L., druggist. 
Byrne & Peery , ( Chas. C. B. & L. H.P.) 

general store. 
Baldock R. L., prop. Albany House. 
Bivart J. W., cabinet maker. 
Crockett G. R., physician. 
Claver & Co., shoe & harness maker, 
Currin A. P., shoemaking. 
Caldwell Isaac P., lawyer. 
Coulter & Moore, (J. W. C. & S. F. 

M.) stoves & tinware. 
Canan Wm. M., furniture & house & 

sign painters. 
Cunningham J. R. & Co., gen. store. 
COMSTOCK CHAS. G., lawyer. 
Deming & Mathewson, editors and 

prop'trs of The Grand River News. 
Degginger & Hundly, (Joseph H. D. 

and John A. H.) general store. 
Embree M. M., blacksmith. 
Ellis Wm., of Ellis & Newman. 
Ellis & Newman, woolcarding. 
Frazee A. H., wagonmaking, 
Greenough C, meat market, 
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;0. A. DILLS. AVM. H. CONYERS. 

DILLS Sc CONYERS, 



DFALEKS IN 



BOOKS & STATIONERY, 

Newspapers, Periodicals, &c., 
Post Office News Depot. 165 Maine St., 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 



QUINCY, 



ILLINOIS. 



Gillespie Henry, of Gillespie, Kings- 
borough & Nelson, saw & grist mill. 

Grand River New^s weekly newspa- 
per, 350 circulation, Deming & 
Mathewson proprietors. 

Holford J. P., of Williams & Holford. 

Howell Wm., gunsmith and watch- 
maker. 

Johnston Harold, postmaster and tan- 
nery. 

Jones Jacob, prop. Missouri House. 

Kingsborough Joseph, of Gillespie, 
Kingsbury & Nelson. 

Lee John, saloon. 

Lunsford L. H., blacksmith. 

Lewis G. W., lawyer. 

Methodist Church, south. 

Missouri House, J. Jones, proprietor. 

Newman Jacob, of Ellis & Newman, 
woolcarding. 

Nelson Joseph R., of Gillespie, Kings- 
borough & Nelson, saw & grist mill. 

PIERCE & ROGERS, (John H. P. 
& John C. R. ) lawyers. 

PIERCE JOHN H., Notary of P. 
&R. 

Peery G. F. & E. L., general store. 

Peery G. F., physician. 

Peery L. H., of i3yrne & P., druggists. 

Presbyterian Church. 

Ritohhart & Spesard, (John R. and 
Calvin S.) stoves and tinware. 

Rutledge J. H. & Co., groceries. 

Rigney & Wood, (L. M. R. & L. G. 
W.) druggists. 

Stinson Peter N.. cooper. 

STUART JOHN A., general store. 

Williams & Bro., (R. N. W. & J. B. 
W.) druggists. 

Williams & Holford, (W. G. W, & 
J. P. H.) general store. 



Wright & Son, (Gideon & Peter W.) 

groceries. 
Zumwalt B. F., Methodist clergyman. 

Alexandi'ia, 

Situated at the confluence of the 
Des Moines and Mississippi rivers, is 
the commercial depot for Clark coun- 
ty and a large scope of country lying 
south of the Des Moines river. The 
Alexandria and Nebraska City R. R. 
has its eastern terminus at this point, 
and is being pushed rapidly westward. 
This road, uniting as it does the Mis- 
sissippi and Missouri rivers, and hav- 
ing from Warsaw, 111., direct eastern 
connection, is one of the most impor- 
tant railroad lines west of the Missis- 
sippi, and the people of northern Mis- 
souri and southern Iowa are urging 
its speedy completion. Alexandria 
has at present 6 dry goods stores, 3 
grocery and provision stores, a large 
hardware and agricultural house which 
sells annually a large number of reap- 
ers, mowers and other agricultural 
implements, one drug store, 5 black- 
smiths, 5 carpenter shops, a large 
flouring mill, two flourishing weekly 
newspapers, three churches — Catholic, 
Protestant and Methodist — and a full 
proportion of artisans of the difierent 
kinds. Most of the larger commer- 
cial houses here, are extensively en- 
gaged, during the Avinter, in the pork 
business, and many thousand hogs 
are packed every season. At Alex- 
andria is one of the best crossings on 
the upper Mississippi, and is therefore 
the favorite route of emigrants to 
southern Iowa and northern Mo. The 
Alexandria and Memphis stage line 
affords the traveler an opportunity to 
visit the interior of the county, and 
connects at Memphis, Scotland coun- 
ty, with other lines, branching in va- 
rious directions. Alexandria is, not- 
withstanding its low situation, a very 
healthy city, and in the most sickly 
seasons, suffers as little as any town 
on the upper Mississippi. Population 
1200. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Auhage Henry, groceries and provis- 



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107 



Ballein Henrv, ice dealer and saloon. 

BECKER CHAS. L. & CO., hard- 
ware and agricultural implements. 

Baldwin J. B., carpenter. 

Beard Clayton, carpenter. 

Butts John, carpenter. 

Clark W. F., physician. 

Calvert Isaac, tobacco, cigars & saloon. 

Childers M., gunsmith. 

Cunningham & Co., groceries. 

DAY D. A., lawyer and notary. 

Dixon Geo. C., lawyer. 

Duncan Charles, meat market. 

Fitzpatriek Eliza, prop. Des Moines 
House. 

Foster R. L. & Co., general store and 
steamboat agent. 

Foster Edward, of R. L. Foster & Co. 

Fish L. J., blacksmith. 

Faurote Isaac, shoemaker. 

Frazee M., proprietor and editor of 
the "Conservative Missourian." 

Gilliam C. D., magistrate & recorder. 

Gregg C, groceries. 

Hoppe A., general store. 

HILL GRA?^'DISON W., clerk of 
steamer Grey Eagle. 

Hilt & Hampton, luml>er. 

Hinckley Enoch, broom manufactur- 
er and agricultural implements. 

Hewitt Capt. J., of ferry boat "Ida 
Ellis." 

Judson H., stoves and tinware. 

Kerby W., blacksmith. 

Kuh M. & Bro., clothing. 

LaHue Catlett, physician. 

Maxwell A. & Co., general store. 

Morris & Brother, general store. 

Morehouse George, blacksmith. 

Meincke Wm., cabinetmaker. 

Means Miss, millinery. 

Maxwell James, saddles and harness. 

Morris Elijah, hotel. 

Nichols Miss, Millinery. 

O'Bannon Samuel, carpenter. 

Perkins D. B., magistrate and mer- 
chant tailor. 

Pressell Daniel, agt., clothing and dry 
goods. 

Roland P. H. & Bros., general store. 

Rosier S., prop. Pearl Street Plouse. 

Rose Comfort, blacksmith. 

Smith Wm., prop. White Bread Flour 
mills. 

Stefiea, Martin, barber, 



SCOVERN & PRENTIS, (John S. 
<fc Noble L. F.) props, and eds. of 
"Alexandria True Flag," a weekly 
newspaper — 1000 circulation. 

Spellman carpenter. 

Slatery & Co., forwarding and com- 
mission and grain dealers. 
Shafer James, mayor and carriage and 

wagonmaker. 
Sexsniith John, clergyman. 
Scovern S. G., magistrate. 
Sublett G. E., colistable. 
Turner David, lumber. 
Tull & Rosier, (Jesse T. & Chas. R.) 

livery stable. 
Todd Geo. R., lawyer. 
Walters J.M., dry goods and clothing. 
Williams Capt., commands Eagle, 

makes two trips to Keokuk daily. 
Watson Bros., saloon and confect. 
Young S. M., post master, express agt. 
and druggist. 

Allen. 
A station on the North Missouri R. 
R., 146 miles from St. Louis, 22 miles 
from Macon City, and six miles from 
Huntsville, the County Seat of Ran- 
dolph county, in which it is situated. 
The place has an old and dilapidated 
appearance, and the ground being flat 
and wet, and a new railroad junction 
being established one mile below, the 
place has, perhaps, seen its meridian. 
Population 300. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Bennett Asa, of Tate & Bennett. 
Butcher Isaac, hotel. 
Coaes & Co., tobacco factory. 
Chandler O. F., drug store. 
Cunningham G. W., of Walden & Co. 
Franklin A. T., N. M. R. R., and U. 

S. Ex. Agt. 
Holman W. B., general store. 
Jones & Son, general store. 
Morris J. B., telegraph operator. 
Mason Wm., blacksmith. 
McDaniel & Williams, general store. 
Robertson Wra., saloon. 
Teadford J. C, physician. 
Tate & Bennett, general store. 
Tisue C, stove, tinware, lumber, and 

agt. Merchants' Union Express. 

Allendale. 

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MOHTGOMERY & CO., 



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CHEMICALS, DYE-STUFFS, 

Varnishes, Oils, Paints, Window Glass, Glassware, Hydraulic Cement, 
Plaster Paris, Patent Medicines, Bird Cages, 

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ILLINOIS. 



in the eastern part of Worth county, 
six miles east of Grant City, the 
County Seat. It is near the head 
waters of one of the western forks of 
Grand river, and is in the prairie with 
timber on both the east and west sides 
of the place, and also some on the 
north. Population 100. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Forbes A. C, saddles and harness. 
Fitch & Hall, general store. 
Mcllvane & Dawson, general store. 
Robinson O. B., blacksmith. 
Rush B. F., physician. 

Aiplia. 

A village in Marion township, Grun- 
dy county, on Medicine creek, 14 
miles from the County Seat — nearest 
point on the R. R., Chillicothe, 

AitoTista. 

A small place in the south-west 
part of Daviess county, IO2 miles from 
Gallatin, the County Seat, 40 miles 
from St. Joseph, and 135 miles from 
Jefferson City. The nearest point on 
the R. R. is Kidder, six miles south, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. The coun- 
try in the vicinity is most beautiful 
prairie. Population 100. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Dehart J., general store. 
Lord C. R., " 

Ray, " 

Smith O., 



Amizonia. 

A lauding on the IMissouri river, in 
Andrew county, four miles south-west 
of Savannah, the County Seat, and 
about twenty miles by river, above 
St. Joseph. It lays on low ground, 
on bottom land, between two hills. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Bradley , grocery. 

Manning George, general store. 
Moses & Harvey, store, flour mill and 
pottery. 

Arbella. 

A small jilace in Harrison town- 
ship, Scotland county, eight miles 
from Memphis, the County Seat. Ship 
to Alexandria, on the Mississippi 
river. 

Asliburn, 

In Pike county, on the Mississippi 
river, 10 miles above Louisiana. Ship 
by river and not by R. R. 

Asliland. 

A village in the southern part of 
Boon county, in Cedar township, 15 
miles nearly south of Columbia, the 
County Seat, and 15 miles north-west of 
Jefferson City. Ship to Stoneport, on 
the Missouri river. Distance 112 
miles, on a straight line, from St. Lou- 
is, and 88 from Quincy. Population 
100 souls. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Burnam & Harris, general store. 
Godlove & Brc, general store. 



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Martin Abner, pliysician. 
Spencer & Bas.?, dry goods. 

Asliley. 
In Ashley township, Pike county, 
seven miles nearly south of Bowling 
Green, the county seat, 46 from Q^uin- 
cy and 69 from St. Louis, in a direct 
line. Ship to Louisiana, on the river, 
or Wellsville, on the North Jlissouri 
R. R. Population 360. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Adams J., physician. 

Barrett W. O., chair maker. 

Bowen & Arnold, (B. J. B. & J. B. 

A.) grocers. 
Burks Wm., shoemaker. 
Hanna J. F., physician. 

Hall , shoemalcer. 

Houston Miles, shoemaker. 
McCormick John, general store. 
Netherlands, Hall &, Co., boots and 

shoes. 
Orr R. S., Drugs. 
Orr & Draper, general store. 
Poagc J. B., general store. 
Purse Theodore, wagonmaker. 
Purse S. M. & Co., machinists. 
Reid & McGuire, blacksmiths. 
Riggs A., general store and hotel. 
Riggs B., hotel and magistrate. 
Sisson & Russell, millers. 
Waldron C. F., physician. 
Worden D. S., Drugs. 

Ashtoa. I 

A small place in Clark county. { 

Ship to Alexandria, on the Mississip- 1 

pi river. Population 100. i 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. I 

Cottingham James, wagonmakcr. ! 

Davis H., shoemaker. j 

Strickler Henry, hotel. 
Strickler Wm., general store. 

Atiiens. 

A small village on the Des Moines 
river, in the north-eastern part of 
Clai-k county, opposite the town of 
Croton, in Iowa, 8} miles from Water- 
loo, the County Seat,^21 from Keo- 
kuk, and about 135 miles from Jef- 
ferson City. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &.C. 

Spurgin W. H., merchant. 



Spurgin Wm., dry goods and groceries. 
Stafibrd J., dry goods and groceries. 

Atlanta. 

A small place in central part of 
Harrison county, nine miles north- 
east of Bethany, the County Seat. — 
Ship to Hamilton, on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Seaman, Atterberry & Co., gen. store. 
Atlanta. 

A village on the line of the exten- 
sion of the North Missouri R. R., in 
Macon county, 12 miles north of Ma- 
con City, 54 miles directly west of 
Quincy, and 90 miles almost north of 
Jefl'erson City. Ship to Macon City. 

TRADES, PROFESi-IONS, &C. 

Cliapman & Ford, general store. 
Williamson Wm. T., general store. 

Aiil)iiriE. 
Is a small village in Union town- 
ship, in the county of Lincoln, situa- 
ted near the Cuiver river, about nine 
miles north of Troy, the County Seat, 
54 miles in a direct line from St. Lou- 
is, and 75 miles from Jeflerson City. 
The nearest point on the R. R. is 
Wrio-ht's Station, and on the Missis- 
sippi river, Falmouth. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Cochran W. S., general store. 

Augusta. 

Is in Femm.e, Osage toAvnship, in 
St. Charles county, 33 miles south of 
west of St. Charles, the County Seat, 
and is on the Missouri river, about 
five miles from where the western 
boundary of the county meets the 
river. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, AC. 

Bennefeld Louis, general store. 
Daman Rudolph, general store. 
Follenius AYm., physician. 

Fuhr , shoemaker. 

Jeude & Koch, general store. 
Limberg Herman, saloon. 
Schauf Christian, grist and saw mill. 
Schroer John F., magistrate. 
Tieman C. F., general store. 
Wenker Fred, general store. 



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Carriage Manufacturers, 

North Side of Maine Street, 

Between Sixth and Seventh, 

QUINCY, ILL. 

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Orders from abroad are Promptly 
attended to. 

<®- Repairing, Repainting and Trimming 
dene with Neatness and Dispatch, "ft* 

Ayersyille. 

Is a village in York township, in 
the north-western part of Putnam 
county, 14 miles north-west of Union- 
ville, the County Seat, and 106 miles 
in a direct line, from Quincy, Ills., 
and 144 miles from Jefferson City. 
The nearest point by R. R. to it would 
be La Clede, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 
Population 140. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Branson C. M., hotel. 

Cox Thomas, miller. 

Ellis & Rowen, general store. 

Henry D. & J., " 

Leighton Wm., blacksmith. 

Martin Dr., physician. 

Orme M. H., general store. 

Bairdstowii. 

Is not far from the center of Sulli- 
van county, being about seven miles 
north of Milan, the County Seat. It 
is situated on the east fork of Locust 
creek. 

Miles P. Baird, P.*M. 

BarnesTille. 

A post office in the county of Clin- 
ton. 

Samuel Hargrave, P. M. 

Barry. 

A post office in the west part of 
Clay county, on the road from Liber- 
ty to Platte City. 
' I). Carpenter^ P. M. 

Bear Creek Station. 

A post office in the county of Ma- 



rion, in the midst of a very line coun- 
try, beautiful scenery and rich agri- 
cultural neighborhood. 
George L. Turner, P. M. 

BeattjTille. 

This is a post office in Adair coun- 
ty, six miles north of Kirksville, on 
tiie road to Lancaster, and on the pro- 
posed extension of the N. M. R. R., 
and near the head of one of the forks 
of Salt river. 

Peter J. Sublett, P. M. 

Bedford. 

Is ten miles south-east of Chillico- 
the, in Livingston county, and is on 
the west bank of Grand river, six 
miles south of the line of the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R. — much rich land in the vi- 
cinity. It is 100 miles directly north- 
west of Jefferson City. Population 200. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Cotheron Tyra, wagonmaker. 
Davis Dr., physician. 
Grace & Baugh, general store. 
Harris Isaac, general store. 
Neel Daniel, blacksmith. 
Richardson Henry, cabinet maker. 
Van Dike Thomas, wagonmaker. 
Vincent Wm., blacksmith. 
White Miller, general store. 
Wolfehiil John, physician. 

Bee Ridge. 

A small place in the county of 
Knox, eight miles south-east of Edina, 
the County Seat, and 36 miles north- 
west of Quincy. Nearest point on 
the river, Canton. Population 80. 

Ben Bow. 

A small village in Marion county. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Adams T., general store. 
Blackmore J. F., blacksmith. 
Cook H., blacksmith. 
Day S. F., general store. 
Orr Joseph, physician. 
Worth S., shoemaker. 

Bermiiig. 

Used formerly to be a post village 
in Crawford township, in the county 
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tained 10 or 12 houset^, but now only 
a farm remains with a new building 
erected thereon, leaving nothing of 
the old place in existence. 

Betliany. 

Is the County Seat of Harrison 
county, situated on Big river, 87 
miles north of Hamilton station, on 
the H. & Sl Jo. R. R., in the midst 
of a hilly, timbered portion of the 
county. Forests, of considerable size, 
being on all the streams, and the 
county not being much settled. Pop- 
ulation 900. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Allen John R., general store. 

Allen & Hillman, (S. C. A. & W. H. 

H.) general store, 
Allen & Hamilton, stoves and tin- 
ware. 
Arney Gilbert, shoemaker. 
Alvord & Neal, real estate and claim 

agents. 
Alvord D. S., lawyer and notary. 
Bunch E. P., general store, 
Blackburn & Munson, (C. J. B. & 

Thos. M.) general store. 
Blackburn C. J., physician. 
Bryant Joseph F., lawyer and notary. 
Bryant Isaac, plsototrrapher. 
BRYANT H. 0., county clerk, and I 

real estate and claim atrent. j 

Casebolt & Patton, (J. W. C. & J. A. | 

P.) dry goods. I 

CASEBOLT J. W., proprietor of | 

Ohio House. ! 

Cuddy H. M,, general store. 
Devers J. P., general store. 
Eaes Henry, livery stable. 
Ford & McGeorge (J. J, F. ct John 

McG.) general store. 
Fallis Wm,, physician and druggist. 
Hamilton J. B., general store. 
Hillman & Newman, (W. H. H. & 

G. W. N.) druggist. 
Heaston I). J., lawyer and notary. 
Howell John C, lawyer, 
James Alex., occulist. 
I-raney Henry, saw and woolen mill. 
Lewis J. N., physician. 
Lewis Wm. G., lawyer. 
Lutts John P., furniture. 
McCurry M. W., mcrcJant tailor. 



Moore & Linch, (W, C. M. & J. H. 

L.) blacksmiths. 
Neal Thomas D., ed. and prop, of 

North Missouri Tribune, weekly, 

circ. 400. 
Perdun &, Shockly, blacksmiths. 
Perdun & Rupe, wagonmakers. 
Phillibaumn J. H,, real estate and 

claim agent. 
Price J. tt v., tanners and curriers. 
Price Veasey, saddle, harness and 

shoemaker, 
Ray Edmond L,, watches and jewelry. 
kSnatcherly H. L., groceries. 
Bhultz Henry, meat market, 
Sevier James A,, liotel and saloon, 
Taylor John, saddles and harness, 
Templeraan & Tucker, general store. 
Trelkeld David, groceries. 
Zimerly Ed., shoemaker. 

BetheL 

A village in Shelby county, situa- 
ted on North river, five miles from 
Shelbyville, the County seat. Podu- 
lation 280. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Bauer John, wheelwright. 
Gargee A., wool carding. 
Gerkin & Zeigler, flour mill. 
Hoffman & Co., saddles. 
Knight Charles, druggist. 
Knight ik Keil, physicians. 
Miller Wm., hotel. 
Miller P. & M., general store. 
Roser & Warner, shoemakers. 
SiJiafer John, tanner, 
Schuele M,, saloon. 

Smith , wagonmaker. 

Will Nicholas, tailor. 

Ziegler & Plopner, blacksmiths. 

Bevler. 
A station on the H. & St. Jo. R. 
R., in Macon county, five miles west 
of Macon City, the County Seat, and 
7-'> miles from Quincy. It contains 
two churches, both Congregational, 
one of the Welsh ; also one school, 
and six coal mines opened, and four 
of them are now being worked. They 
are all owned by one company, C. O. 
Godfrey & Co. The place is in the 
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ASSETS OVER $3,000,000. 

Fifty per cent. Dividend. 
E. G. CASTLE, M. D., Medical Examiner. 

IM Life taraie CoiaBaiy, 



HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 



E. A. BULKELY, Presideut,. 
AUSTIN DUNHAM, Vice President. 
T. O. ENDERS, Secretary. 



JOHN 0. OSBORNE, Gen. Agent, 

OFl^rCE, Cor. Fiftli and Maine Sts., 

QUIHC^, - - ILI.. 

watered by quite a number of small 

streams. 

TPvADEg, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Beachwood Wm., shoemaker. 

Bevier House, S. Lindsey proprietor. 

Conduitte & Furguson, dry goods and 
groceries. 

Cummings Geo. W., of Parker & Cum- 
mings. 

Furguson A. L., of Conduitte & Fur- 
guson. 

Cnor2"e William, carpenter. 

GOliFKEY p. 0. & CO., proprietors 
c/ithe Bevier coal mines. 

Hardesty William, groceries. 

Jones Rev. Geo. M., clergyman. 

Kingsbury C. E., general merchant. 

Laughlin A. I)., clergyman. 

Lindsey tSamuel, prop. Bevier House. 

Lucas J. W., carpenter. 

McDermott James, saloon. 

ParktT & Cummings, pliysicians. 

Ivobcrts Edward .E., groceries. 

Kowland Daniel, general store. 

BLEEPER E. N., H. S- St. Jo. R. 
K., Am. Ex. agt., atid tek'graph op- 
erator. 

Vickroy J. T., gi-oceries and booLs and 
shoes. 

West ct Hon, (J. J. W. ct A. A. W.) 
general nierchanls. 

WAiiDELL TliOMlS, of C. O. 
Goi'.frt'} cfc Co. 

Bible GroTO, 

'Is situated near the south-west cor- 



ner of Scotland county, 42 miles di- 
rectly west of Alexandria, on the Mis- 
sissippi, and is near the forks of the 
middle Fabius. 

T. P. Humphrey, P. M. 

Big Spring. 
A small place in Loutre township, 
Montgomery county, nine miles south- 
east of Danville, the County Seat. 
Ship to High Hill, on the North Mis- 
souri E. R, This place is 41 miles 
from Jefferson City, and 68 from St. 
Louis. Population 100. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &C. 

Logan & Miller, millers. 
Niedergerke Charles, general store. 
Shackelford J. P., blacksmith. 
Snethen A. B. & John, physicians. 
Taake Henry, shoemaker. 

Bii'ds' Ejc Ridge. 
A small place in the county of Sul- 
livan. Ship to Brookfield station, on 
the H. &. St. Jo. R. R. 

TRADES, PROFESSIONS, &a 

Comstock, Ichabod, general store. 

Blanket Grove. 
A post office in Adair county. Lina 
Round, post mistress. 

BIooHiiugton. 
In Macon county, seven miles north- 
west of Macon City, the County Seat, 
and 3i' miles north of Bevier. The 
place is in a timbered and broken 
part of the county, and contains two 
churclics, three stores, one saloon, one 
scliool, one blacksmith, one wheel- 
wright, one Masonic lodge, one lodge 
Good Templars. Population 160. 

TRADES & PROFESSIONS. 

BisAvell & Bro., (John & Young) gen- 
eral merchants. 

Lodge 104, Good Templars. 

McCully it Toole, (Henderson McC. 
& Walter T.) gen. merchants. 

Moodey Tliomas, saloon. 

Perrin , wheeiwriglit. 

Toole Walter, of McCully & Toole. 

Watson John, blacksmith. 

Winn J. B., physician. 



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Boydsville. 

A small place in Round Prairie 
township, in the county of Calloway, 
near Cedar Creek, and situated about 
twelve miles nearly west of Fulton, 
the County Seat, and fifteen miles 
from Jefferson City. Ship to Hiber- 
nia, on the Missouri river. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

Burnett Wm., saloon. 
Bolton. 
In Harrison county, 10 miles east 
of Bethany, the County Seat. To be 
reached from Hamilton station on the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R. It is in the edge 
of prairie. 

Traaes, Professions. A:c. 

Brown Charles, blacksmith. 
Taggart & Meek, (John T. & W. K. 
M.) general store. 

Boonsboro. 

A small place in Howard county, 
about six miles south-west of Fayette, 
the County Seat, and about six from 
the Missouri river, situated in a beau- 
tiful country. Ship to Bluffport, on 
the Missouri river. 

Traders, Professious, &c. 

Cropp , physician. 

Turner R. H., general store. 

Boscliert Town 

Is in Saint Charles county, in Saint 
Charles township, three miles north 
of Saint Charles, on the Marais Cro- 
che, a lake. The place is on level 
land, and the soil is very rich. Pop- 
ulation 160. 

Trades, ProfessiSojiiS} &c. 

Boschcrt & Wildebrant, gen. store. 
Benner Harman, wagou maker, 
Beumer Henry, saloon. 
Heinz Jacob, saloon. 
Mittelbuscher F. W., wagon maker. 
Sauwald Gottfreit, shoemaker. 
Tullen Josejih, blacksmith. 

Boston, 

In Andrew county, lays contiguous 
to Amazonia on the south and east, on 
the Missouri river, and contains one 
store and saloon, and one wagon shop. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Caplea & Lyle, general store. 



George Enoc, blacksmith. 
George Joshua J., wagon maker, 
Hull E, C, saloon. 

Bottsville, 
A station on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 
112 miles from Quincy and 92 from St. 
Joseph, in the county of Livingston, 
situated in a fine part of the country, 
a little distance westward of Locust 
Creek. The country hereabouts, is 
very rich and productive. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Corder , blacksmith. 

Evans Thomas D., post master. 
Evans W, S. it Son, general store. 

Goodale , H. & St. Jo, Agt. 

James Frank, saloon. 
James W. L., general store. 
Spencer Thomas & Bro., gen, store. 

Bowling Green, 

The County Seat of Pike county, is 
situated in the centre of the county, 
about 11 miles south-west of Louisia- 
na, its port of entry on the Mississip- 
pi river, with which it is connected 
by an excellent graded and graveled 
road. It is 44 miles from Quincy, 
75 from Jefferson City, and 71 from 
St. Louis, in direct lines. It is near 
timber, but on table land, having a 
fine view south and west, for five or 
six miles. Population 400. 

Trades, Professions, Ajc. 

Blain W. W., hotel. _ 
Campbell Wm., magistrate. 

Cahill , blacksmith. 

Campbell Robert A., lawyer. 
Caldwell David, lawyei*. 
Dickinson Parks, lawyer. 
Edwards H. G., general store. 
Gilliland Jesse, blacksmith. 

Gibson , physician. 

Hardin Wm., saloon. 
Kincade James D., shoemaker. 
Lyons Patrick, marble dealer. 
Martin John J., general store. 
Murray S. F., lawyer. 
Peay George, general store. 
Reynolds Stephen, physician. 

Roberts , hotel. 

Smith John, boarding house. 
Wyse John, druggist. 

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HaaMl]al&St.Jfl.R.R.Co.LaMs, 

Will attend to .all business pfrtainiiig to 

REAL ESTATE IN MISSOURI, 

Buying and Selling Wild Lands 



Paying State and County Taxes, 
REDEEMING LANDS 

"Wliicli lia-^^e been Sold for Taxes, 

Examining & Perfecting Titles, Claims, 

Ac, &c., 

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Bancroft. 

A small place in Daviess county. 
Ship goods to Hamilton, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Froman & Bro., general store. 
Nichols & West, general store. 

Brandt's Sock Spring. 

Is in the eastern part of Warren 
county, about seven miles south-east 
of Warrenton, the County Seat, and 
is about seven miles from the Missou- 
ri river, and about five from AVright's, 
the nearest station on the N. M. R. R. 

Henry F. Brandt, P. M. 

Breckenridge. 

A station on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 
61 miles east of St. Joseph and 145 
miles from Quincy. The place is im- 
mediately on the line between Living- 
ston and Caldwell counties, and near 
the upper or north-east corner of Cald- 
well. The place is on high and roll- 
ing ground, and it is a pi'etty location. 
The place is entirely new, and is be- 
ing improved much tlie present sea- 
son. Population 440. 

Trud«;s, Professions, A:c. 

Baker G. W., saloon. 
Black Wm. H., physician. 
Bottom Montgomery, physician. 
Combs T. O., carpenter. 
Cox D., photographer. 
Hoover Moses J., blacksmith. 



Houston Lodge 42, A. F. & A. M. 

Havens E. O., physician. 

Hart G. B., hardware, furniture and 
saddlery. 

Havens & Trotter, e;en. merchants. 

HART J. E., druggist. 

Ilughes Henry C, meat market. 

Hughes R. J., H. & St. Jo. and Am. 
Ex. agt. and telegraph operator. 

McWilliams & Bro., (O. C. & S.) 
general merchants. 

McClelland A. J., saloon. 

McWilliams S., post master. 

Napier Sally F., millinery. 

Peirce & Hughes, lumber. 

PEIRCE J. G., lawyer, notary and 
land agent. 

Providence Lodge 72, Good Temp- 
lars. 

Rial S. T., general merchant. 

Stepney J. R., saloon. 

Shaffer A. P., lime kiln. 

Trosper R. B., proprietor hotel. 

Weist D. M., saloon. 

Bridgeport. 

In Warren county, 16 miles south 
of west of Warrenton, the County 
Seat, is on Loutre creek, on hilly and 
timbered land in a township of the 
same name. 

Trades, ProAssions, «S:e. 

Hildebrandt & Tree, saw mill. 
Jourdan X., saloon & constable. 
Kosse Julius, general store. 
Lock J. W., physician. 
Luppold Matthias, blacksmith. 

Pitzer , physician. 

Schnell Martin, magistrate and post 

master. 
Thomas J. J., magistrate. 

Brookfield. 

Linn county, Mo., contains 1500 
inhabitants, and is the central station 
on the main line of the Hannibal & 
St. Joseph R. R., 104 miles west of 
Quincy, Ills., and Hannibal, Mo., and 
102 miles east of St. Joseph. The R. 
R. company have recently built one 
of the finest hotels in North Missouri. 
They have also built, during the past 
season, extensive additions to their 
Machine sliops and Repair shops — al- 
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constantly making further additions 
to meet the necessities of the rapidly- 
increasing business of the road. Up- 
ward of two hundred buildings have 
been erected within the past eighteen 
months, and from the present appear- 
ances, there will be over that number 
erected during the year of 18G7. Me- 
chanics of all kinds will find any 
amount of business, at good pay — car- 
penters, masons, plasterers and brick 
layers are particularly in demand. 

Trades, Prol'essions, &c. 

ABBOTT NELSON, ed. and prop. 

newspaper. 
Abrams H. H., H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

train despatcher. 
ADAMS 0. W., of Hyatt & Co. 
Allen L. G., saloon and billiards. 
Boyd H. J., wagon making. 
Brown & Ero., saloon. 
BROWN GEORGE, stoves and tin- 

BLOSSOM & COLLAMER, (G. N. 

B. & Ed. C.) prop, of the Brook- 
field House. 

Chapman W. S., gunsmith. 

Chapman M. H., Avatches and clocks. 

Chapman J. W., carpenter. 

Cahill R., watches, jewelry and pho- 
tographs. 

Catholic Church. 

Congregationalist Church. 

Collins J. R., telegraph operator. 

CRANDALL E. J., of T. D. Price 
& Co., assistant U. S. Assessor, real 
estate agt., and dealer in lumber. 

E. J. CRANDALL &C07 

Life and Fire Insurance, 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 

For Northern Missouri. 

Office in Depot Buildings on Main St., 
BM O OKFIEL Z>, 3IO. 

CRANDALL E. J. & CO., (E. J. C, 
T. D. Price & L. A. Smith,) land 
office, 1st floor bank, corner Brooks 
and Main sts. 



CRANDALL W. D. jr., lawyer and 
notary, and of J. M. Kvnex & Co. 

Clark T. N., yard master of H. & St. 
Jo. R. R. 

Codd M., groceries. 

Culver L. F. & Co., furniture. 

Crandall Ross, magistrate. 

Carey , Flour mill. 

('arey Michael, blacksmith. 

Davis John W., carpenter. 

Dewey, Stanley & Co. (B. W. D., R. 
S.) livery stable. 

Dawson Wm. J., blacksmithing. 

Dunlap H. L., H. & St. Jo. station 
agent. 

Dorwin W., assistant road master H. 
& St. Jo. R. R. 

Everson John T., carpenter, 

Fisher Jacob, bakery. 

Golden , prop. Aurora House. 

Hughes J. S., carpenter. 

Harris , physician. 

Harrison T., shoemaker. 

Herrington S. B., physician. 

HYATT k CO., real estate agents. 

HYATT C. P., of Hyatt & Co., no- 
tary public and town collector. 

Housten S. P., lawyer. 

Jaecks Rudolf, harness maker. 

Johnson Wm. R. & Co., hardware and 
agricultural implements. 

Jamison S. H., groceries and provis- 
ions. 

Kelly J. C, dentist. 

Kendall F. F., groceries. 

Lehmanu F., shoemaker. 

Leake cfe Hobson { Wm. H. L. & Thos. 
M. H.) carpenters and builders 

LYONS E., of Hyatt &. Co. 

Levi M., clothing, boots and shoes. 

McClellan & Alsdorf, groceries. 

Milby Edvt'ard, groceries. 

McGregor & Scales, carpenters. 

MARTIN GEO. _W. k CO., dry 

goods and groceries. 
Marley & Gutheridge, bakery and 
confectionery. 

MYERS A. W., real estate agent, 

lawyer and notary. 

INIathews , furniture. 

Norton L., assist, road master on H 

& St. Jo. R. R. 
Needles Enoch, prop. Central Hotel. 
Post J. C, stoves and tinware. 
Proud & Needles, meat market. 



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BROOKS & BILLON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

COTTON BATTING, 

J^o. 110 Chestnut Street, 

(COR. OF MAIN,) 

ST. LOUIS, - - MO. 



Orders Promptly attended to. 

Pettijohn N. J., physician. 

Price T. D. & Co., (Thos. D. P., & H. 

A. Sherrill,) bankers. 
ROBERTS & SON, drugs and gro- 

ceries. 
ROBERTS J. F., of above firm, 

physician. 
Eynex J. M. & Co., (J. M. R. & W. 

D. Crandall,) lumber. 
STRAWBRIDGE & BRO., (D. C. 

S. & J. W. S.) general merchants. 
Schwartz Dewitt C, telegraph ope- 
rator. 
Scott E. J., baptist clergyman. 
Stover D. S., asst. supt. H. & St. Jo. 

R. R. 
Steele S. A., Millinery. 
Snow & Simpson, (W. T. S. & C. B. 

S.) druggists. 
Truax Matilda A., dress maker. 
Tooey & Salisbury, (Jas. T. & Eli S.) 

general store. 
Tipple Charles, saloon. 
Turner A., lumber. 
Turner & Cooley, hardware. 
Van Meter A., physician. 
Weed E. W., road master H. & St. 

Jo. R. R. 
V/estfall J., saddles and harness. 
Wallruff Augustus, merchant tailor, 

and dealer in boots and shoes. 
Ziehr Hanson, saloon. 

Brooklyn. 

Is situated 11 miles north-east of 
Bethany, in Harrison county, in a 



timbered part of the country, on Big 
creek. Population 200. 

Trades, Prore««ion8, ikc. 

Blankenchip Wilbur, blacksmith. 
Carter Andrew, cabinet maker. 
Downey M. B., of Gillen & Downey. 
Groom T. M., physician. 
Grove Joseph, hotel. 
Gillen & Downey, druggists. 
Hodgins Wm., general store. 
King Wra., grist and saw mill. 
Quillen Wallace, wheelwright. 
Riggs John, general store. 
Waddel Wm., blacksmith. 

Brookville. 

Is a country post office in the coun- 
ty of Marion, about four miles north- 
west of Palmyra, on the Newark road. 

Thomas F. Probasco, P. M. 

Brown's Mill. 

In the north-west part of Worth 
county, in Union township, contains 
one wool-carding, one grist and saw 
mill, one blacksmith and one store. 
Brown, general store. 

Brunswick. 

This is an old town on the north 
side of the Missouri river, in Chariton 
county, near the mouth of Grand river, 
75 miles north-west of Jefferson City 
and 162 miles from St. Louis, and 96 
miles from Quincy — all distances be- 
ing in direct lines. It is situated on 
an abrupt bend of the river, and the 
town site is quite pleasant, but the 
place has the marks of age and decay, 
but with the completion of the west 
branch of the North Missouri R. R. 
to this point, there will be great im- 
provement take place, as this is one 
of the central points ef a most mag- 
nificent country. The place now con- 
tains six dealers in groceries, tv^'O liv- 
ery stables, three meat markets, two 
notary publics, four real estate deal- 
ers, eight physicians, four druggists, 
six general stores, three shoemakers, 
three blacksmiths, two cabinet ma- 
kers, three hotels, two saw mills, six 
lawyei'S, three wagon makers, two 
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two stove and tin-ware stores, two 
ehiirches, one insurance office, one bil- 
liard saloon, one seminary, one lum- 
ber dealer, one tobacco factory, one 
jewelry store, one photographer, one 
tailor, one woolen mill, one breAVcry, 
one commission merchant, one bakery, 
one barber, one saddle and harness 
maker, one dentist, one bank, one 
hardware store, one milliner, one dry 
goods, one auction, one cooper, one 
restaurant, one gunsmith, one dress 
maker, and one newspaper, the "Week- 
ly Brunswicker." 

Trades, Profession*, &€. 

Applegate Jas. L., insurance, and of 

Plunkett &. A. 
Barnes A. L. & Co., groceries. 
Basey Robt. & Co., billiards. 
Brown & Brother, livery stable. 
Bruner Adam, meat market. 
Benecke Louis, notary public. 
Bell , real estate agt. and notary 

public 



Brunswick Seminary, Tillotson 
ross H 
grist. 



Cross Henry W., physician and 



prop, 
druff- 



Cunniugham Geo. & Co., gen. store. 
Cooper & Peery, groceries. 
Cunningham L. A., physician. 

Clarkson , physician. 

Difani George, shoemaker. 

Charles, blacksmith. 

Dodd , cabinet maker. 

Douglas Jas. M., druggist. 
Detlor John, prop. Spencer House. 
Dolmon P. R., saw mill and lawyer. 
Davenport R. 0., physician. 
Davis John M., real estate. 
Elliott Wilson, wagon maker. 
Fogen John, painter. 
Finch Wm. & Co., lumber. 
Fetzer John G. blacksmith. 
Gaines Henry L., real estate. 
Gilliam Thos. E., tobacco factory. 
Gregory R. C, watches and jewelry. 
Griffin A. & Bro., general store. 
Grubbs Nathan A., undertaker. 
Gillespie Wm., carpenter. 
Heisel Jacob J., general store. 

Hoffman , physician. 

Hymen & Bro., saloon. 
Higniglit James D., photographer. 
Higgins Robert H., merchant tailor. 
Hall & Voigle, meat market. 



j Harris & \\''oods, livery stable. 

Hammond Charles, lawyer, 
I Isles Charles, w'ool carding. 

Jost , shoemaker. 

John John, brewery. 

Johnson N. H. & Co., stoves and tin 
ware. 

Johnson , saloon. 

Kennedy & Bro., (G. & F.) forward- 
ing and commission, steamboat and 
U. S. Ex. agts. 

Kucchler John, proprietor Brunswick 
House. 

Kinley & Stockwell, lawyers. 

Kuechler George, sherifl* of Chariton 
county. 

Keyte Joseph T., Painter. 

Kimmel C. T., physician. 

Lampkin A. C. & Co., real estate. 

Myers , bakery. 

May Henry, barber. 

Mitchell F. X., carpenter. 

Meyers Fredrich, wagon maker. 

Merchant & Beazley, general store. 

Moore Mrs. Martha, general store. 

Mauzey S., stoves, tin ware and gro- 
ceries. 

Naylor J. B. & Co., props. Weekly 
Brunswicker. 

NewboJd Theophilas, saddles and har- 
ness. 

Noel A. E., dentist. 

Outcalt G. W., hardware an<l grocer- 
ies. 

Oxberger Louis, carpenter. 

Prosser Louis S., physician. 

Plunkett <k Applegate, bankers, (Wil- 
lis H. P. ct James L. A.) 

Plunkett James, Druggist. 

Penn Wm., south Methodist. 

Randall Mrs., millinery. 

Redburn Francis M., lawyer. 

Rhodes Marshall, wagon maker. 

Rhodes C. B., prop. Rhodes House. 

Reagor I. M., blacksmith. 

Rosenstein & Hess, dry goods. 

Staples James M., auctioneer. 

Sasse Henry, shoemaker. 

Sasse Louis, cooper. 

Sasse Fred., groceries. 

Sterns Edward, restaurant. 

Sonner Robert, saloon. 

Strobb , saloon. 

Taylor S. E., lawyer. 

Tammy & Co., meat market. 



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R. W. JONES. 



J. C. JAMISON & CO., 

Dealers in Wrought Irou 

Steal, fias anS Water Pipes, 

Chandeliers, Brackets, Pendants, 

And livery Bescriptiou of Brass and 
Cast Irou Fittings. 

ALSO 

Tin and Sheet Iron Workers, 

Brass Finishers, Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 

Shop 44 Front Street, 

Office & Sales Room 167 Hampshire St., 

QUINCY, ILL 



Townsend L. &> J. H., saw mill and 

general store. 
Theid Fred., gunsmith. 
Venable Peyton G., carpenter. 
Venable Mrs. J., dress maker. 
Vaughan Dr., pliysician and druggist. 
Winslow Charles A., lawyer. 

Whitmore , saloon. 

Wagner Wm., carpenter. 
Wentz W. A., north Methodist. 
Wright Bros., groceries. 
Wyres J. L., carpenter. 

Bttcklin. 

A village on the II. & St. Jo. R. R., 
in the county of Linn, 21 miles from 
Linneus, the County Seat, and 94 
miles from Quincy on the Mississippi. 
The surrounding country is mostly 
rolling prairie. The place is some- 
what scattering, being more like two 
separate villages than one place. The 
place contains some pretty good build- 
ings, but they are mostly of frame 
construction. Population 800. 

Trades, Professions, &:c. 

Allison Samuel, carpenter and wagon- 
maker. 

Aneal J , baker. 

Burns Daniel, saloon. 

Brown Jacob, constable. 

Bowers J, H., general store. 

Blodgett Stephen, proprietor Benton 
House. 

Brown Reuben, prop. Washington 
House. 

Burk T. T. & Son, dry goods and 
clothing. 

Carrollton E. L., groceries. 



Cantwell & Nixon, (Ed. C. & Wm. 

N.) photographers. 
Cantwell J. S., physician. 
Cole L. G., telegraph operator. 

CATON , of Jobson & Caton. 

Ellison Samuel, magistrate. 

Forcht & Co., Lumber and furniture. 

Fawble K. A., tailor. 

Fields C. J., lawyer. 

Holly Robert, saloon. 

JOBSON & CATON. 



THOS. JOBSON. NOAH CATON. 

JOBSON & CATON, 

Ageuts for 

Haiilial & St. Jo. R. I. LaMs, 

An<l 

General Ileal Estate Agents, 



IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE, 
Of various Sizes. 

A Team always in readiness to show Rail- 
road and other Lands— Free of Charge. 
*S" Correspondence Solicited. 

JOBSON & CATON, 

Biicldin, Linn Oo., Mo. 



Jobson Thomas, R. R., Am. Ex. and 

real estate agent. 
Lockwood E., prop. Bucklln House. 
McLaughlin James, saloon. 
Montgomery Wm. H., shoemaker. 
Pound W. J., saddlery. 
Putnam D. B., Physician. 
Rumyon N. B., dry goods. 
Rogers & Sadler, (A. G. R. & S. S.) 

drugs and physicians. 

Rose , lawyer. 

Redding Isaac W. & Co., tobacca 

warehouse. 
Stevenson W. T., dry goods, boots and 

shoes. 
Stunkle C. & Bro., saloon and bakery. 
Snider Phillip, blacksmith. 
Sipples Lacy, blacksmith. 

Shook , physician. 

Sweeny & Pool, blacksmiths. 
Sheckell & Son, dry goods. 
Tia Timothy, wagon maker. 
Wheeler R. J., general store. 
White & Bro., (M. & J.) gen. store. 
Wyatt James II., Druggist. 
AViiisnand Solomon, prop, of Farmers* 

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Bunker Hill. 

Is a post office in the northern part 
Lewis county, on the road leading 
from Canton to Memphis, about 14 
miles from the former place. 

David McCoy, P. M. 

Bunker Hill. 

This is a post village in Howard 
county, containing one store and two 
physicians. 

Jones , physician. 

Stivers , physician. 

, general store. 

ButtsTille. 

Grundy, county, 13 miles west of 
north of Trenton, the county seat, four 
miles south of Modena, and situated 
between the forks of Weldon and 
Thompson fork of Grand river. 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 

Robbins Jacob R., post master. 
Steward Geo., general store. 
Vanderpool , blacksmith. 

Bynumville. 

A post office in the north-east part 
of Chariton county, 14 miles from 
Keytesville, the County Seat, and 10 
miles south of New Cambria, on the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R., to which place 
shaip. 

Robert Carmon, P. M. 

Cainsville. 

Is in the north-east part of Harri- 
son county, in Madison township, on 
the Thom])son fork of Grand river, 
20 miles north-east of Bethany, the 
County Seat. There is much valua- 
ble timber in the vicinity. The near- 
est R. R. point is at Breckenridge, on 
the H. &i St. Jo. R. R., 50 miles south 
of the place. 

Wm. McElfish, P. M. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bailey Joseph, general store. 
Burrows & Woodward (Joseph B. and 

John W.) general store. 
Burns Wm., groceries. 
Cain & Baily, (Peter C. & John B.) 

general store. 



Chambers John Q., blacksmith. 

Hall John, saloon. 

Moss & Frazee, (Jas. M. & Wm. F.) 

general store. 
Reeves Wm., general store. 
Rogers John, saloon. 
Sallee James H., general store. 

Cairo. 

This is the second station on the N- 
M. R. R. south of Macon City, and 
distant from it 17 miles, while it is 
151 from St. Louis. The place is 
small and the ground level, but in the 
vicinity of the place is much fine land . 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Dameron J., North Mo., U. S. Ex. 

and M. U. Ex. agents. 
Henderson G. W., physician. 
Hoard W. M., post master. 
Landrum A. P., blacksmith. 
Lewallen & Co., (C. E. L. & J. A. 

Dameron) general store. 
Martin Chas. C, groceries. 
Venable , wagon maker. 

Callao. 

A pleasant little village on the line 
of the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 77 miles 
from Quincy. It is in Macon county, 
nine miles from Macon City, the 
County Seat. It is situated on a fine 
rising knoll, surrounded by a young 
growth of timber, the country around 
being of an undulating surface and 
well watered. The place contains two 
churches — one Methodist Episcopal 
and one Presbyterian — one lodge of 
Masons, one of Good Templars, five 
dry goods stores, one hardware, one 
drug, one stove and tin shop, one sad- 
dles, one bakery, one hotel, one large 
tobacco warehouse, one wool carding, 
one lumber yard. Population 580. 

W. H. Davis, Post Master. 

Trades, Professions, &:c. 

Bundren Isaac, lumber and wagon 

making. 

Butler , carpenter. 

Callao Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M. 
Claybrook M., general store. 
Callao House, Thos. F. Owens, prop. 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 
Davis W. H., of Davis & Wright, 

post master. 



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ELESAiT SliDE-WMiEL STElMiBS 

— FROM— 

And intermediate points, 

Leaving Keokuk Daily, at 7 o'clock, A. M., 

Arriving in 

ST. LOUIS IK TI3IE FOR CONNECTIONS 

With Traias East or West, and South, either by Boat or Rail Road. 



Lsoair© St- laoiiiEg Bail^^ at 4: F« M.^ 

Connecting with the 

Saimlljal & m. $@. Mail m@at» 

To all points on the Missouri River. With 

O. 33. -^ C^. siiKLl T, ^V. .&: "VT. I^. :Et. 
JPoY all Foiiits North and East. 

AT KEOKUK, with Des Moines Valley Rail Road, 

For all points in CENTRAL IOWA. With 

Keokuk & Mt. Pleasant R. R. and Daily Packets, 

For ALL POINTS ABOVE, to 

MUSCATINE, DAVENPORT AND ROCK ISLAND. 

tm- THROUGH TICKETS can be purchased on any of the Keokuk 
Packets. 

Freight handled carefully and promptly, and at Low Bates. 

J. S. McCUNE, President 

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Davis & Wright, druggists. 
Dennison John, of Sears, Dennison 

&Co. 
EUwell Alex., blacksmith. 
Everhart Wm., blacksmith. 
English Samuel A., carpenter. 
Gordon R. P., stoves and tin ware. 
Hinchraan James T., bakery and con- 
fectionery, 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Mathis Lovern & Co., (Wm. A. M. 

Jas. L., Walter Toole Bloomington,) 

general store. 
Oaks John, physician. 
Owens Thos. F., physician and hotel. 
Patton, Rev. Mahew C.,Cumb. Presby. 
Ralston I. T., wool carding. 
Richardson E., H. & St. Jo. and Am. 

Ex. agt., and telegraph operator. 
Sears, Dennison & Co., (Wm. S., John 

D. & A. F. Sears,) general store. 
Smith M. H., saddles and harness. 
Shain & Courtney, (E. C. S. & C. C.) 

general store. 
Smith John, carpenter. 
Scrogins J. C, physician. 
Shlenker J., shoemaker. 
Shackelford R. L., Hardware. 
White R. C, general store. 

CalYin. 

A small place in the county of Har- 
rison, to reach which go to Hamilton, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Tilton, Lockwood & Downing, drug- 
gists. 

Camdeii. 

A small town in Camden township, 
Ray county, situated five miles south- 
west of Richmond, the County Seat, 
on a bend in the Missouri river where 
it is very crooked. Its distance from 
Jefferson City, direct, is about 112 
nailes, while it is much further by the 
river. 

Trades, Professions, &:e. 

Claiborne Burnett, saloon. 
Conrad J. L. & T. B., blacksmiths. 
Endsly John, saloon. 
Hudgins Robt. G., general store. 
Mason John & Co., general store. 
Rothrick Henry, general store. 



Camden Point. 

Is in the interior of Platte county, 
in Green township, about six miles 
from Platte City, the County Seat. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Allen T., grocer. 
Briscoe J., general store. 
Coffey E. M., physician. 
Hand W., blacksmith. 
Holland W. B., general store, 
Kirtley & Co., gen. store. 
Otto S., general store. 

Cameron. 

A station on the II. & St. Jo. R. R., 
35 miles east of St. Joseph, in Clinton 
county, and 18 miles north-east of 
Plattsburg, the County Seat. This is 
a thriving little town, near the junc- 
tion of the Kansas City and Cameron 
R. R., which is now being built, 
through as fine a country as the sun 
ever shone on, and which will give a 
shorter connection with the main Pa- 
cific R. R. line. This is destined to 
be a place of importance, from its fa- 
vorable situation, and indeed it is as 
pleasant and salubrious as any could 
desire or imagine. The prairie is very 
high and gently rolling, and the view 
is fine and commanding. Fully one- 
half of this place has been built du- 
ring tlie season of '6ix Population 720. 
Adams D. B., physician. 
BISSEL G. €., of W. D. Corn & 

Co. 
Baubie A. T., post master and notary 

public. 
Conway H. F. & J. A., gen. merchts. 
CAMERON HOTEL, D.W.Matthis 

proprietor. 
CORN W. D. & CO., stoves, tin ware 

and hardware. 
Collins M., wagon maker. 
Culver & Ilockenbury, carpenters. 
Downing & McPhetridge, (A. T. D. 

& M. McP.) general store. 
Dunn Andrew, blacksmith. 
Fisher H. & Co., (II. F. & Peter F.) 

general merchants. 
F,rame James, lumber. 
Forest Lawrence, shoemaker. 
Funkhouser Geo. P., gen. merchant.- 
Fiuley IT. A., saddles and harness. 
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Illinois Hoop Skirt Manufactory. 

!!!!. & M. CROOSE, 

Mmiufacturcrs of and WhoIesiUe k Rstiiil Dcnlers it 






Hoop Skirts, 

Anil Fcinry Nolious, 

Pfo. I«9 MAIXE ST., 
1st door West of the 

QUINCY, ILL. 

Ja&- Skirts made to order at the shortest no- 
tice. Also old skirts repaired, altered and 
Bhoped as new. Full stock constantly on 
hand. Merchants supplied on low terms. 




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Hambaugli T. C, general store. 

Howard W. W., real estate agent. 

Hampton Perry, wheelwright. 

King J. F., physician. 

Lathrop L. B., physician. 

LeBrandt , physician. 

MATTHIS B. W., prop, of Cameron 
Hotel. 

McCartney J. R., of Thomas & McC. 

NEWEEEEY 0. P., lawyer and 
real estate agt. 

Otterman Kev. Wra., Baptist clergy- 
man. 

PACKAPtD C. E., C. E. Packard & 
Co. 

PACKARD €. E. & CO., dealers in 
lumber, furniture, agricultural im- 
plements, and agt. Am. Ex. and H. 
& St. Jo. R. R. 

Riggs R. W., stoves and tin ware. 

Stokes J. S., prop. Cameron House. 

SAYLES WM. L., wagon making 
and blacksmithing. 

Shirts J. H., groceries. 

Scovill Seymour, carpenter. 

SHAW S. M., of C. E. Packard & 
Co. 

Thomas & McCartney (J. W. T. & J. 
R. McC.) livery stable. 

WALKEE E. T., of C. E. Packard 
&Co. 

Waterberry , millinery. 

Camp Brancli. 

A small place in the county of War- 
ren, of about 40 souls. One store and 
one blacksmith shop — no post office. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Hollmann Wm., general store. 
Martin Wm., blacksmith. 



Casitoii. 
Canton is a thriving commercial 
town, situated on the west bank of the 
Mississippi river, 180 miles above St. 
Louis and about 260 miles south-west 
from Chicago. It is built upon a 
beautiful prairie which slopes gently 
to the river, afibrding natural drain- 
age, and is protected by a surround- 
ing bluff, of irregular crescent shape, 
presenting many commanding sites 
for public buildings and private resi- 
dences — prominent among these is 
Christian University, erected at a cost 
of over $50,000, and intended to pro- 
vide thorough collegiate instruction 
for the youths of this and neighbor- 
ing States. Canton contains 34 stores, 
25 shops, two mills, one bank, one 
carding mill, three livery stables, 
three hotels, six churches, and in ad- 
dition to the college above named, one 
Female Seminary and a first class Un- 
ion graded school, with ample facili- 
ties for the care and instruction of 
300 scholars. It is visited daily, by 
three lines of first class packets, and 
has regular communication, by two 
tri-weekly lines of stages, with all 
points in the interior. Surrounded by 
a country unsurpassed in beauty of 
scenery and fertility of soil, and set- 
tled by an intelligent and enterpris- 
ing jDopulation, Canton has become 
one of the most important points on 
the river, for the interchange of mer- 
chandise and produce, and will become 
still more prominent when its project- 
ed railroad connections are completed. 
It was first incorporated in 1851 — in 
1860 had a population of 1300— in 
1865, 2,522, and now numbers about 
2,750 souls. 

Trades, l»]i-ofj;(gsions, &e. 
Bishop Capt. J. W., commands st'mr 

Grey Eagle. 
Buehrer Wm., bakery, confectionery, 

and beer saloon. ' 
Briscoe Robt., physician. 
BEVANS L. €.j firm of Stewart & 

Bevans. 
Blair J. G., lawyer. 
BARIIETT & CHINN, props, and 

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BARRETT J. W., editor of Canton 
Press, and real estate agent. 

IriE CANTON PRESS7 

DKVOTED TO 

AND 

A Free Press for Free Men. 



Subscriptiou $2.00 per Year. 
Address: J. W. BARKETT, 

Editor and Proprietor. 

Barrett, Chinn & Turton, real estate 
agents. 

Brent & Staples, groceries. 

Browning F. G., marble dealer. 

Christian University. 

Crutch er & West, general store. 

Crutcher Thomas, iirm of C. & Y/est. 

Ci-iswell & Jordan, dry goods. 

Criswell R., firm of C. & Jordan. 

Canton and Kirksville Stage Line, Qb 
miles, $6.50. 

Canton and Memphis Stage Line, 50 
miles, $4.00. 

Canton and Keokuk Stage Line, I. 
H. Funk, proprietor. 

Collins E. J., shoemaker. 

Carter C. C. auction & commission. 

Courtney \l. H., gunsmith. 

CRAFT E., forwarding, commission 
and agt. Northern Line Packet Co., 
Grey Eagle, and Mollie McPike. 

Caldwell J. C, firm of Miller & C. 

Cooksey J. E., livery stable. 

Conrad W. F., lawyer. 

Carnegy S. W. B., general merchant. 

Chinn H. C, firm of Barrett & Chinn, 

Collins Wm. B., carpenter. 

DeSoto Seminary. 

Dussair P., cabinet maker and under- 
taker. 

Dunbar T. S., firm of Ecddish, D. & 
Smith. 

Detwiler A. R., photographer. 

Davis H., firm of D. & Hawkins. 

Davis & Hawkins, general store. 

Durkee & Owsley, dry goods and 
queensware. 



E. CRAFT. B. C. HUBBARD. 

CBAFT cC- irUBBAR-D, 

rOB"WARBING, STORAGE, 

AND 

Commission Merchants, 

CAryjON, IMO. 



«3~ Having rented the Carnegy Warehouse, 
we have ample room for Storage, and supe- 
rior facilities for the prompt sliipment of all 
Wares and Merchandise entrusted to our 
care. 



Durkee Henry J., firm of D. & Ows- 
ley. 

Dixon D. B., wool carding and fan- 
ning mill factory. 

Eagon Wm., agt. Keokuk Packets and 
Am. Express. 

EMMESSON Ft. J., clerk of "Canton 
Bank." 

Ellis Wm., lumber. 

England L. W., with Browning, mar- 
ble dealer. 

Ellison James So Geo., lawyers. 

FUNK I. H., prop, of Quincy and 
Keokuk Stage Line, also livery- 
keeper. 

Fryer John, saloon. 

FigJey J. G., groceries and produce. 

Forrest Geo. W., ice dealer. 

Fowler M., photographer. 

GLOESEK A., tobacco and cigars. 

Giegerich Nicolaus, wagon making 
and blacksmilhing. 

Graves & Henton, druggists. 

Giegerich G., wagon making and 
blacksmithing. 

Goldstein Isaacs, dry goods, clothing 
and boots and shoes. 

Garrett F. & Co., saddles and harness. 

G-erlcfl" Heinrich, furniture. 

Hawkins L. C, lumber. 

Hohrnan C, shoemaker. 

Horner F. A., cabinet maker and un- 
dertaker. 

Henton W. B., firm of Graves and 
Henton. 

Hetzler Louis, meat market. 

Hetzler Charles, meat market. 

Hawkins ^M. C, lawyer. 

Hubbard B. C, firm of Craft & H. 



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Scooley's Celebrated Refrigerators, Ice Boxes, Beer 

Coolers, Micliael's Fanning Mills, Solid Pump 

Tubing and Well Curbs. 

B®- DOOHS, SASH, BLINDS, WINDOW and DOOR FRAMES, 
SCROLL WORK, MOLDINGS, and BRACKETS of all sizes. 
Office and Factory on Filth Street, corner of Ohio, 



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Orders respectfully solicited. Please send for Price List. 



Hubbai'd B. C, physician. 
Johnson I. T., carriage factory. 
Jordan John, firm Criswell & J. 
Johnson H., stoves and tin ware. 
Johnston J. L., blacksniithing. 
Knight Z. T., physician. 
Klett Frintlin, billiard saloon. 
Klett Brothers, Brewery. 
Klett Richard, harness maker. 
Kirch John, shoemaker. 
Louthan John J., lawyer. 
Lloyd S. M. & Co., coopers. 
Levi J. D. & Bro., dry goods, boots 

and shoes. 
Methodist Episcopal Seminary. 
Morton Thomas J., planing mill and 

carpenter. 
Moses W. R., boots and shoes. 
Miller & Caldwell, groceries. 
Miller A. J., firm M. & Caldwell. 
Marks Conrad R., proprietor Everett 

House. 
Mauzey E. P., hardware and iron. 
Miller Joseph A., firm of Sutton & M. 
Mizo II., groceries. 
Miller P., groceries. 



McKim Wm. A., hardware and agri- 
cultural implements. 
IMartin Jacob, blacksmith. 
Nelson R. W., cooper. 
NICHOLS W. W., groceries. 
Owsley W. W. & Co., groceries. 
Oeth John P., barber. 
PLEDGE GEO. F., magistrate, real 

estate agt., and notary. 
Parmetcr O. F., prop. Eagle House. 
Rose John, meat market. 
Richart A. L., gen. merchant. 
Rees T. O., Prop. "Farmers' Mills." 
Reed W. H. & Co., prop, of "Eagle 

Mills." 
Rollins Nat., lawyer. 
Reese A., cashier Canton Branch of 

State Bank of Mo. 
Reddish, Dunbar tfc Smith, general 

store. 
Reddish J. B., firm R. Dunbar & 

Smith. 
ROLLINS & CONRAD, lawyers. 
Sutton J. P., firm of W. W. Owsley & 

Co. 
Story George, saloon. 



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W. W. NICHOLS, 

Wholesiilo & Ri't;iil Dealer in 

Groceries, Liquors, 

AND 

Fourth Street^ 

(BET. LKWIS & CLARK STS.,) 

CANTON, - ■ MO. 
■ B@* Cash paid for Produce. 



STUART & BEYANS, gen. store. 

Sraoot A., millinery. 

Stuart S. II., president Canton Branch 
of State Bank. 

Smith E. T., firm of Reddish, Dun- 
bar & S. 

Sutton A-. ililler, druggists. 

Sutton Joseph P., firm of S. & Miller. 

Settle E. B., saddles and harness. 

Staples N., firm of Brent & S. 

Sprinkle K. M., dry goods. 

Sherwood L. K., groceries. 

Schneider H., shoemaker. 

Trolle & Rick, wagon makers. 

Tillard Titus, billiard saloon. 

Tompkins Junius, physician. 

Thrasher & Son, (S. t. & J. T.) gro- 
ceries. 

Turton IT. F., merchant tailor and 
real estate. 

Teeters H. H., livery and sale stable. 

Valiant John B., watches and jewelry. 

Van Syckel D. V., physician. 

Verter Christian, shoemaker. 

Wagner John C, meat market. 

Wolf Philip, shoemaker. 

Wilson W. E., constable. 

WINTON D. L., groceries & queens- 
ware. 

West Robert TL, firm of Crutcher & 
W. 

Wild J. & Son, stoves and tin ware. 

Wild Geo. T., firm of Wild & Son. 

West Richard, post master. 

Wolflin Nicholas, dry goods. 

Welker James W., firm of F. Garrett 
& Co. 

Watt C. R., dentist. 



Cap All (xiis. 

This is a point on the Mississippi 
river, G5 miles above St. Louis and 
near the mouth of the Cuiver river 
and the lower boundary of Lincoln 
county, in which it is situated, 16 
miles east of Troy, the County Seat, 
and 11 due north of O'Fallon, on the 
N. M. R. R. It is a place for the 
shipment of produce, and contains 
two or three stores and one hotel. 

James R. Young, post master. 

Carbon. 

A flag staLion on tlie II. & St. Jo. 
R. R., 65 miles from Quiney, in Ma- 
con county, among the liills and brush, 
three miles ea^t of Macon City. It 
contains a post office and three or four 
houses. 

George S. Nilliford, Post IMaster. 

Carpenter's Store. 
This is a small place without a post 
office, in the south-east corner of Clin- 
ton county, 10 miles south-west of 
Plattsburg, the County Seat, and 18 
miles south of Easton, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., and 17 from Weston, on 
the Missouri river. 

Carrol itou. 

Is the County Seat of Carroll coun- 
ty, situated on the Wakenda creek, 
about six miles from the Missouri riv- 
er and about eight from Hill's land- 
ing, from which place it is reached. 
The distance to Jefferson City is about 
90 miles, and to Utica, on the TI. & 
St. Jo. R. R., 24 miles. The country 
about the place is excellent. Popu- 
lation 620. 

Thomas Arnold, Post Master. 

Trade«, a*roressioiis, &f. 

Afholter John, shoemaker. 
Anthony Wm., watches and jewelry. 
Austin Peter, physician. 
Axton Calvin, confectioner. 
Baker Isaiah, general store. 
Baum & David, general store. 
Best Peter & Bra., general store. 
Bitzenbcrger H., blacksmith. 
Bortissen H., slioeraaker. 
Briscoe J. L., saddler. 
Clinkscales & Smith, general store. 



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DRS.CRAIG&SMITH, 

Successfully treat 
AI.2L DISEASES 

OP THE 

■JEYI] & EAM, 

As thousands they hare 

CURED CAN TESTIFY. 
MADE STRAIGHT! 

In a momeut's time, and every Surp;ic'al Operation on 
tlie EYE and EAR iH-rtuinied. 

ARTIFICIAL EYES 

Inserted WITHOUT PAIN. 
They also treat 

Chronic, Scrofulous, 

AND 

SKIW RISE AS ES, 

Liver, Lungs, Dyspepsia, Fits, &c. 

B®- Office Rooms, No. 39 Fifth Street, East 




side of square, 



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QUINCY, 

Deigle George, grocer. 

Deigle & Deitricli, stoves and tin 

ware. 
Dozier John, blacksmith. 
Ely, Minnis & Co., geu. store. 
Glick & Rairdon, hardware. 
Glover Wm. B., physician. 
Guitar John, dry goods. 
Hass Herman, shoemaker. 
Heidel J. & Charles, physicians. 
Jacobs W. D., furniture. 
Malone & Heidel, general store. 
Martin, Minnis & Co., gen. store. 
Masser & Winfrey, wool carding. 
Mountain S. P., watches, jewelry and 

confectioner. 
Ransleman Wm., grocer. 
Simons & Bro., dry goods. 
Sloan & Bro., drugs. 
Tucker & Smith, druggists. 
Tull Littleton, physician. 
Tull & Newman, druggists. 

Cenlral City. 

Is in Putnam county, about 10 
miles directly west of Unionville, the 
County Seat, and is in the midst of a 
hilly part of the country. It can be 
reached by stage from LaClede, on 
the H. & St. Jo.' R. R. Population 
about 80. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bishop John, carpenter and builder. 



Reeve O. P., hotel. 
Wilder J. T., blacksmith. 
Wilder & Brother, general store. 

Centralia, 

A village on the North Missouri R. 
R., in the north-east corner of Boone 
county, 121 miles from St. Louis and 
21 from Columbia, the County Seat^ 
to which place there is a line of stages. 
The place is situated in the midst of 
a very rich and beautiful prairie. 
Population 340. 

Joseph Collins, P. M. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Clark & Haggard, general store. 
Collier John J., hotel. 
Duncan Wm., saddles and harness. 
Enoch & Forbes, general store. 
Grant & Vance, lumber dealers. 
Hickam Wm., saloon. 
Hull J. R., dry goods. 
Jewett Jesse, wagon maker. 
Johnston F. & Co., druggists. 
LaRue & Co., saddles and harness. 
Pelsue Oris, blacksmith. 
Provines J. A. & Co., gen. store. 
Shiyock Fredrick, blacksmith. 
Sneed A. F., physician. 
Sneed Thomas, hotel. 
Snow Simeon, shoemaker. 
Yeats Wm., hotel. 

Center Grove. 

This is a post office in the north- 
east corner of Atchison county, in the 
midst of a very rich and beautiful 
section of prairie country, 16 miles 
north-east of Rockport, the County 
Seat. 

David Bartlett, Post Master. 

Ceiiterville. 

This is a small place in Clay coun- 
ty, nine miles north of Liberty, the 
County Seat, situated between the 
forks of Fishing river, not far from 
the center of the county, as its name 
indicates. The place has no local 
importance. 

Cliain of Rock. 

Is in Lincoln county, on the Cuiver 
river, 10 miles east of Troy, the Coun- 
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be anywhere found, facing the east, on 
a high and beautiful bank. Popula- 
tion°100. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Anderson Harrison, general etore. 

Benedict , blacksmith. 

May P. M., saw and grist mill. 
Shelton Creed, saloon. 
Woodson & Martin, gen. store. 

Clianil>ersl)iu'g. 

Is a small post village in Clark 
county, with a population of about 
40 souls. 

Trades, Professions. &;c. 
Meryhew F., saw mill. 

Sheppersou John M., . 

Wusten C, Post Master. 

Cliantilly. 

Is in the eastern' portion of Lincoln 
county, being about nine miles east of 
Troy,'the County Seat, and seven from 
Cap Au Gris, the nearest point on the 
Mississippi river. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Proutlow P., gen. store. 
Tucker Milner M., Post Master. 

Cliariton Mills, 

This is a small place in the east 
part of Putnam county, not far from 
the Iowa line and on the Chariton 
river, 18 miles east of Unionville, the 
County Seat. 

Thomas Hargrave, Post Master. 

Clialemoiit. 
This is near the center of Pike coun- 
ty, being about six miles south-east of 
Bowling Green, the County Seat, and 
13 miles south of west of Clarksville, 
the nearest point on the Mississippi 
river. It is in the midst of a most 
beautiful prairie country. 

CiieneyYllle. 
Thi:! is a post office in Harrison 
county. 

Carmel Cheney, Post Master. 

Clieriy Box. 
A small place in the north-east 
corner of Shelby county, 16 miles 



north-west of Shelbyville, the County 
Seat, in a high and fine prairie coun- 
try. The nearest point on the R. R. 
is Clarence, on the H. & St. Jo., which 
is 14 miles south of it. 

Cherry Grove. 

Is in the eastern edge of Schuyler 
county, 10 miles east of Lancaster, 
the County Seat, on the Memphis road, 
and is on one of the forks near the 
head of Middle Fabius, and about 
nine miles from the Iowa line. Pop- 
ulation about 80. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Chattin Edward, post master. 
Hall W., blacksmith. 
Poole Stacy, wagon maker. 
Perry W. L., blacksmith. 

Cliillicotlie. 

This is the County Seat of Living- 
ston county, situated near the center 
of the county. It is on the line of 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 127 miles west 
of Quincy by R. R., although only 
110, in a direct line, and 77 by R. R. 
from St. Jo., although only 6Q direct. 
Its distance from St. Louis is 186 
miles, being direction west of north- 
west. Its distance from Jefiersou City 
is 106 miles. It is the commercial 
depot of a large section of very fine 
and productive country which is un- 
der an excellent state of cultivation, 
and settled by as thrifty, prosperous 
and happy a community of people as 
are anywhere to be found. The place 
has grown and improved to such an 
extent since the dawn of peace, that 
the present scarcely recognizes the 
past, and the things of to-day are not 
the things of yesterday, as pulling 
down old and putting up new seems 
to be the order of the day. The site 
of the town is very pretty, and from 
any prominent point in the place, may 
be seen, on looking south, the "Blue 
Mound Country," as it is termed, 
and blue and beautiful it is, as it lays 
with its groves and knolls, its heaving 
bosom of prairie verdure meeting the 
outline of the distant southern hori- 
zon, miles away. The ground seenis 
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IMPORTERS, JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN 

HARDWARE & CUTLERY 




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Agricultural Implements 

Guns, Pistols, Gamag'6 Timber, Axles, 



Springs^ Ta-isssmmssj ^c.^ 

m>. lir> MAIN'Fj street, in Fla>i<j & Savaffe Block, 

aUINCY, - - ILLINOIS,, 



^^ Agents for Howe's Standard Scales, Brown's 
Corn Planters and Gate's Sugar Mills. 



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town, and yet so gently as to make no 
abrupt hills — only gently rising knolls 
and hillocks, crowned with groves of 
trees of a cone shaped top, which 
is a peculiarity to the deciduous trees 
of this vicinity. The society here is 
genial and pleasing, as that is the first 
impression made upon the stranger. 
In the center of the place is a public 
square, now not in the best of repair, 
and if all the locust trees should be 
removed and elms, evergreens and ma- 
ples should take their places, great 
advantage would accrue to the ap- 
pearance and comfort of this part of 
this otherwise pleasant town. The 
different trades and professions, mer- 
cantile and otherwise, are represented 
as follows : 

One flour and feed store, four man- 
ufacturers aiid dealers in tobacco, two 
milliners, five real estate and insur- 
ance agents, five shoemakers, four- 
teen lawyers, tv;o notaries, three hard- 
ware dealers, eleven dry goods stores, 
four clothing, thirteen groceries, two 
banks, seven saloons — four of which 
are billiard — two justices of the peace, 
three restaurants, three watch and 
jewelry stores, two painters, seven ho- 
tels, one gunsmith, four harness es- 
tablishments, six furniture and cabi- 
net making, six physicians, two news- 
papers and one periodical, four livery 
Btables, one cooper shop — a good open- 
ing in this line — one queensware, one 
saw and flour mill, two confectionery, 
one boarding liouse, three bakery, two 
lumber, three meat markets, two 
barbers, one marble dealer, two ma- 
sonic lodges, Nos. 30 and 89, three 
merchant tailors, three wagon makers, 
one book store, one notion dealer, one 
news dealer, two general stores, three 
druggists, two photographers, six 
blacksmiths, one brick yard, six 
churches, four stoves and tin stores, 
three carpenters, two dentists, two 
boot and shoe stores. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Anderson Harry Y., flour, grain and 

feed. 
Abshire John, tobacco factory. 
Albright J. S., millinery. 



Anderson & Russell, (Wm. S. A. & 
David T. R.) real estate and insur- 
ance. 

Allen W., shoemaker. 

Austin John, shoemaker. 

ASPER & POLLARI), (J. F. A. & 

H. M. Pollard, notary,) lawyers. 

Ainsworth G. A. & F. W., iron, hard- 
ware and agricultural implements. 

Bell & Moore, public hall, cast side 
square. 

Berg & Co., dry goods and clothing. 

BESRY & BRIZENDINE, whole- 
sale and retail groceries. 

Browning Wm. T., lawyer and notary. 

Branch of State Bank of Mo., capi- 
tal $150,000. 

Bell J. B., president Chillicothe Sav- 
ings Institution. 

Bird G., cashier Chillicothe Savings 
Institution. 

Bruce Edmond, U. S. Assessor. 

Brown Louis, saloon. 

Bower Daniel, real estate agt. 

Boals & Stewart, hardware and cut- 
lery. 

Bliss N. J., magistrate. 

Broaddus & Co., (Thos. B., A. J. 
Swain and M. A. Thaxton,) whole- 
sale and retail groceries. 

Brown G. G., city marshal. 

Barton & Johnson, (Sam. B. & Jas. 
J.,) restaurant. 

Brown J. T., watches and jewelry. 

Beeman S. M.. physician. 

Brown , painter. 

Browning & Co., (\Ym. T. B. & Mc- 
Laughlin,) Planters' House saloon. 

Bargdoll J., gunsmith. 

Benten W. J., blacksmith. 

Buck-Eye House, S. H. Sprinkle, pro- 
prietor. 

Bargdoll Louis, saw mill. 

Barton S. IL, billiard saloon. 

Bancroft & Co., (A. J. B. & John 
Stoll,) provisions. 

Collier L. T., lawyer. 

Chambers B. C, groceries. 

CHEATHAM E. R., harness, sad- 
dies and furniture. 

Churchman Henry J., physician. 

Currin & Minteer, shoemakers. 

Crigamire Henry, tobacco and cigars. 
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Sail8S,Hari8ss, Collars & Bridles, 



East Side of the Square, 



(UP STAIRS.) 



CHILLICOTHB, - MO. 



CHILLICOTHE SPECTATOR, a 

weekly newspaper, published by 
Glossop, Worthiugton & Co., circu- 
lation 000. 

Crowgill John, lawyer. 

Coston & Foote, stoves and tin ware. 

CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION 
weekly, every Thursday, circula- 
tion 500, Howard S. Harbaugh, ed- 
itor and proprietor. 

Catholic Church, Rev. Hogan. 

Conn T. K., eating house. 

Cloudas & Dudley, billiards. 

Cloudas M. P., auctioneer. 

Carson J. J., brick kiln. 

Cregg A., provisions. 

Carpenter B. F., blacksmith. 

Cameron & Fish, (A. H. C. & W. F.) 
groceries and liquors. 

Cribbs J. J., blacksmith. 

Christian Disciples' Church. 

Cloudas Pitt, of Planters' House. 

CLOUDAS T. M. & CO., props, of 
the Planters' House, s. e. cor. pub. 
square. 

Dunlap & Daniel, photographers. 

DavLs Gaston & Co., (Wm. S. D., 
Wm. J. G. & Geo. W. Estep,) dry 
goods and groceries. 

Drake & Son, stoves and tin ware. 

Davis Baal is, druggist. 

Dodd Sz. Northup, tobacco and cigars. 

Denel H. S. & Co., general store. 

Dixon John, lawyer. 

Davis & Cooper, (J. R. D. & Jno. C.) 
saloon. 

Davis J. H.. watchmaker. 

Daniels & Fisk, (J. M. D. & E. P. F.) 
news dealers. 



Dunn & Daly, (R. F. D. & B. T. D.) 
Hardware and agricultural imps. 



B. F. DUNN. 



B. T. DALY. 



BHMM ^ BAIaY^ 



DEALERS IN 



HARDAYIRE, IRON, 

Steelf NailSf Glass, Sash, 

Wagon Stuff, Thimble Skeins, 

AND 

A&EICULTIIRAL MACHINERY, 

CHILLICOTHE, MO. 

Dass F. P., prop. Tremont House. 

Durbin W. L., telegraph operator. 

Dudley W. H., of Cloudas & Dudley. 

Davis & King, (C. G. D. & J. K.) 
toys and notions. 

Everhart F. K., stoves and tin ware. 

Elle G., (lothing and dry iroods. 

EDGEIlTON_ i). W. a, books, sta- 
tionery, notions and insurance agt. 

Enpland S. E., blacksmith. 

Eakin & Bro., (Enoch j& Miner,) wag- 
on making. 

Estep Geo. W., of Davis, Gaston & Co. 

Furnald J. P., merchant tailor. 

Foulk & Greenawalt, (W. L. F. & 
Henry G.^i blacksmithing. 

Friend 4iip Lodge, No. 89, A. F. and 
A. M., s. e. cor. pub. square. 

Ficklin Joseph, wagon maker. 

Fitzpatrick & Graliara, (John F. & 
Robt. M. G.) marble dealers. 

Giltncr John, druggist. 

Glossop, Worthing-ton & Co., (R. S. 
G., T. S. W. & J. F. Asper,) pubs, 
of Chillicothe weekly Spectator. 

Girdner & Mullinax, ( Wm. J. G., Eli 
M.) general store. 

Greenlee E. M., saloon. 

Greenwell A. J., wagon making and 
blacksmithing. 

Gi ublt .Tames, barber. 

HillMSON A. W., phvsician. 

1IA1115AUGH HOWj\RD S., edi- 
tor and prop. Chillicothe Constitu- 
tion, (dr/.ly and weekly.) 



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DR. A. W. HARRISON, 

Tie Only GliiieBiseasePliyslciaD 

111 :iV. E. 3Lo. 



South-west corner of the Public Square, 
over the Savings Association, 

CHILLICOTHE, - - - MO. 

Treats all Chronic. Virulent and Special Bit- 
eases in Mulef:, and all Irregularities and Diseases 
of the W'jmh in Females. 

Consultaiions ConfiJculial and wiihoiit CLargi;. 

HEARNE & McILWRATH, (Jas. 
W. H. & Wm McI.) groceries. 

Harper, Wells & Bear, (Chas. H. & 
Nicliolas W.) meat market. 

Hogau Eev. John, Catholic church. 

Hearne F. P. tt Co., lumber. 

Hopkins Rev. J. II., M. E. church 
north. 

I-Iiklreth Rev. W. 

Hartig Frank, cabinet maker. 

Ingraham & Truog, (II. R. I. & Fred. 
T.) bakery and confectionery. 

Johnson, Ileriford & Co.. (J. L. J., 
E. M. H., and R. G. Griffith,) gro- 
ceries. 

Jenkins ]M. J., watches and jewelry. 

Jones T. B., groceries. 

Johnson J. C , billiard saloon. 

Jones Urias, meat market. 

Johnson , boarding house. 

King Daniel, tonl'ectionery. 

Leeper John B., president Branch of 
State Bank of Mo. 

Leeper A. & Co., stoves and tin ware. 

Leeper Jas., dry goods and groceries. 

Lone Star Chapter, No. 30, A. F. and 
A. M., 3d story, s. e. cor. public 
square. 

Lovelaud R. P., saw and flour mill. 

Lind Geo., carriage trimmer. 

LEACH BKOS., proprietors Leach's 
Express, Chillicothe and Princeton 
Stage line, also Am. Ex. agts. and 
dealers in wagons and clothing. 

W. B. LEACH, of above firm. 

M.G. LEACH, 

Lingo & Towner, tobacco warehouse. 

Lindberger Geo., bakery. 

McGuire Wm. D., real estate agt. 



McMILLEN & NOHTILLE, (Jas. 
W. Mc & Wm. N.) attorneys at law, 
real estate agts., and notaries pub. 



J. W% MCMILLKN. W. N. NORVILLE. 

McMILLEN & NORVILLE, 
REAL ESTATE 

AND 

War Claim Agents, 

CHILLICOTHE, MO. 



15^^ Improv< rl ami Uiiiniiirovi'd Laiids constautly 
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Agf'lits for llio sale oflho Lands lieloiigins to tho H. 
& St. Jo. ]v. K. Co. liniormatiou given to all, lice of 
chiirge. 



MOOKE EOEEST S., lawyer and 
notary. 

Mobcrly Louis, photographer. 

McArlhur T. W., physician. 

Mecum W. F., barber. 

Mangold Sarah, confectionery. 

Mead Charles V., deputy U. S. col- 
lector. 

Murphy Lawrence D., lawyer. 

MAY T. II., physician. 

MANSUll C. H., lawyer. 

Murry & McVcy, (T. M . I\I. & A. Mc.) 
dry goods and queensware. 

Moore cfc Williams, (W. W. M., R. 
R. W.) carpenters. 

Methodist Ciiurch North, Rev. J. H. 
Hopkins. 

Marcum M. B., eating house. 

Moser Andrew, meat market. 

Mellon S. B., prop. Union Hotel. 

Mcintosh Thos., blacksmith. 

Methodist Church South, Rev. J. D. 
Vineil. 

Missionary Baj^tist Church, Rev. W^. 
W. V/aldin. 

Missman W. II., cabinet maker and 
undertaker. 

Nusbaum M., clothing. 

O'Brien Michael, shqemaker. 

Poindexter E. S., physician. 

Parks E. J., hou.se and sign painter. 

Pepper G. P., dry goods, &e. 

Platter & Sons, (Andrew P., Luke D. 
P., AVm. V. P. & Thos. M. P.) liv- 
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Presbyterian 0, S. Church. 
Patterson John, livery and snle stable. 
ReederJoseph, baker and confectioner. 
Robertson George, livery stable. 
Reeder Phillip, cooper shop. 
SKERMAN J. IL, dentist. 
Steiuhoti' W., saddles and harness. 
Saunders I). G., dry goods and boots 

and shoes. 
STEVENS E. W., dentist. 
Shirley James A., cashier of State 

Bank. 
Stocton & Patterson, (David S., Jno. 

V. P.) props, of City House. 
Savings Association, south-west cor. 

public square. 
Saali A. & E., shoemakers. 
Sherman J. D. & Co., groceries and li- 
quors. 
Smith Turner, lawyer. 
Seay .fc Smith, (R. L. S., M. IL S.) 

furniture and saddlery. 
Samuel & Warder, (W. C. S., G. W. 

W.) lawyers. 
Spence Wm., livery and sale stable. 
Sturgis & Roberts, (S. A. S., W. D. R., 

J. C. Bernard,) boots, shoes and 

lumber. 
Shook John, carpenter and builder, 
Sholl Alex., book-keeper Plantei's' 

House. 
Trumbo & Hodge, (J. A. T., S. D. H.) 

dry goods. 
Trent F. W., saddles and furniture. 
Tremont House, F. P. Doss prop. 
Trabue ^y. R., billiards. 
Union Hotel, S. B. Mellon, prop. 
Vincel Rev. J. D., South Methodist. 
Vosburgh J. S., cabinet maker. 
Wigely & Beauchamp, general store. 
"Williams John S., druggist. 
Wright D. T., prop. Christian Pioneer 

and Job Printing Office. 
Williams Chas. A., physician. 
Williams R. B., carpenter and Mayor 

of city. 
Waters J. E. & Co., dry goods and 

groceries. 
Watts D. IL, of Jarred, McKirvin & 

Co. 
Williams Alex., magistrate. 
WALBEN & G11IFFIN0,(W.W. 

W., W. G. ) real estate agts. 
Wallbrunn Bro. & Co., dry goods and 

merchant tailors. 



Waples E. B., of F. P. Hearne & Co. 

Willis Geo. S., H. & St. Jo., R. R. 

station agt. 
Willis Geo. A., IL &i St. Jo. R. R. 

ticket agt. 
Wilmot Chas., merchant tailor. 
White & Dudley, milliners. 
Zieile & Judell, dry goods. 

Cinciimati. 

This is a little place on Salt river, 
not far from the center of Ralls coun- 
ty, being about 10 miles west of New 
London, the County Seat. It is only 
about nine miles south-east of Mon- 
roe on tlie H. ifc St. Jo. R. R. This 
is in a well timbered part of the coun- 
ty, and has rich land in the neighbor- 
hood. 

Civil Bend. 

This is the name of a post office iu 
Daviess county. 

John W. H'ightrce, Post Master. 

Clarence. 

In Clay township, Shelby county, 
13 miles from Shelby ville, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and 57 miles from Quincy, in 
the midst of a i)rairie, with timber one 
mile north, four miles both west and 
south, and more in sight in the east- 
contains one O.S.Presbyterian church. 
Contains about 420 inhabitants. 

Julius Townsend, Post Master. 

Trades, ProftiSKions, &.c. 

Bush David Yf., wagon making and 

blacksmithing. 
Clarence Lodge 99, Good Templars, 

57 members. 
Clark J. R., H. & St. Jo. station agt., 

and telegraph operator. 
Collins Harvey, blacksmith. 
Culver E. AV., carpenter. 
Dale Isaac, saloon. 
Doyle P. M., general store. 
Durham A. O., shoemaker. 
Durham S. A., groceries. 
Hall W. H., groceries. 
Higbee Andy J., magistrate and real 

estate dealer. 
Hill I. N., physician. 
HOWAIII) & CO., general store. ' 
Lodge W. J., physician. 



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Lostutter Washington, prop. Lostut- 
ter House. 

Menifee Thos. H., dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 

Shanks A. W., dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 

Skelsey & Hinton, manuiacs. brick. 

Steed Rev., Presbyterian clergyman. 

Tausell E. H., constable. 

Towusend Julius, post master. 

Clnrksburg. 
This is a small place of no great im- 
portance, in the south part of Putnam 
county, six miles south of Unionville, 
on the I'oad leading to Mihm. It is 
in quite a high and beautiful portion 
of the county, being on a divide from 
which the water runs in every direc- 
tion. 

ClarksTille. 

Tliis is a pleasant little town, stuck 
on the side of a steep hill, the last that 
appi'oaches the river on that side 
above St. Louis, in Pike county, 18 
miles from Bowling Green, the Coun- 
ty seat, and 105 above St. Louis, The 
place is well situated and contains 
four general stores, three wagon mak- 
ers, four blacksmiths, four physicians, 
two tobacco factories, three groceries, 
four saloons, three drug stores, four 
dry goods stores, two bakeries, two sad- 
dle and harness makers, three milli- 
ners, two lumber dealers, two car- 
E enters, three tailors, and a shoema- 
er, flour mill, stove aud tin store, 
hotel, saw mill, furniture store, boot 
and shoe store, watch and jewelry shop, 
a painter, planing mill, meat market, 
livery stable, church, dentist, forward- 
ing and commission merchant, dress 
maker, clothing store and woolen fac- 
tory. Population 1160. 

TTrades, Professious, &;f. 

Bibb B. B., of Jamison & Bibb. 

Boone & Bro., (W. P. B. & B. F. B.) 
general store. 

Boyd A. W., shoemaker. 

Britt Smitli, wagon maker and black- 
smith. 

Brooks &, McConkey, wagon maker 
and blacksmith. 



Carroll, Clifford & Co., general store. 

Carroll E. B., agt. Northern Line 
Packet Co. 

Clark Thomas, of Dawson & Clark. 

Clarksville Monitor, weekly Newspa- 
per, 700 circulation, W. Frazee, 
proprietor. 

Davis James, physician. 

Davis & Co., tobacco factory. 

Dawson & Clark, (Jas. D., Thos. C.) 
grocers and saloon. 

Douglas & Luther, flour mill. 

Drake & Miller, (S. A. D., H. B. M.) 
stoves, tin ware and hardware. 

Elgin House, H. S. Elgin, prop. 

Frazee Wm., prop. Clarksville Mon- 
itor. 

Haywood Lewis W., stave and bar- 
rel factory, and saw mill. 

Hemphill J. W., physician and drug- 
gist. 

Hicks, Terry & IMoss, (J. N. H., 
W. T., W. H. M.) dry goods, cloth- 
ing, boots and shoes, queensware 
and furniture. 

Hinds John, blacksmith. 

Hirt & Bro., (Geo. & Andrew H.) 
bakery and saloon. 

Jamison A. T., saddles and harness, 
and boots and shoes. 

Jamison & Bibb, (J. C. J., B. B. B.) 
millinery. 

Joluison C, watches, jewelry and Am. 
Ex. agt. 

Johnson & Raymond, painters. 

Kelsey A. T., 'lumber yard, planing 
mill and carpenter. 

Knight W. F., of Turner, Knight & 
Co., dealers in saddles and harness. 

Livingston , dry goods. 

Mackey Wm., dry goods. 

Major James, of W. D. Major & Co. 

Major W. D. & Co., wholesale and 
retail grocers, and forwarding and 
commission merchants. 

Major & Sons, tobacco manufactory, 

Malone & Co., meat market. 

Manns J. A., post master and drug- 
gist. 

McFarland & Farr, druggists and 
physicians. 

McGinnis T. S., livery stable. 

Metliodist Church, Rev Pilcher. 

Milton & Fern, wagon makers and 
blacksmiths. 



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M. HEII.TZ, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

Leaf Tobacco and Cigars, 



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Moss Wm. H., of Hicks, Terry & 

Moss. 
Norris K. H„of Smiih, "Winn & Co. 

Pageu , carpenter. 

Pulliiim Z., tailor. 
Keynolds F. M., dentist. 
Smith, Winn & Co., (L. M. S., G. G. 
W., K. H. Norris,) groceries and 
forwarding and commission. 
Tanner Wm., saloon. 
Teaguc & Mcintosh, merchant tailors. 
Terry Wm. L., of Hicks, Terry & 

Moss. 
Triplctt & Weathcrwax, (C, T. M. 

W.) millinery &> dress making. 
Turner, Knight & Co., (Thos. T., E. 

C. T., W. F. K.j general store. 
Veto H., tailor. 
Vogle S. & H., clothing. 
Wells &, Hughes, lumber dealers. 
Wilkinson & Yv^allace, saloon. 
Williamson & Bro., woolen factory. 
Winn G. G., of Smith, V/inn & Co. 
AVoods J. M., of W. I). Major & Co. 
Woods J. M. i% Co., dry goods. 
Young E. G., bakery and confection- 
ery. 

CiaysYille. 
This is a post office and small vil- 
lage on tlie Missouri river, in Boone 
county, near the southern point of its 
limits, about four miles above the 
mouth of Cedar creek, and opposite 
Scott's Landing. It is not more tlian 
six miles from Jefferson City, while 
it is 15 from Columbia, the County 
Seat of Boone, it being the most south- 
ern place in the county. 

Gilpin A. Jones, Post Master. 



Coal Hill. 

Is a small place of no particular 
importance, in Boone county, near 
the head of Hinkson's branch, about 
seven miles north-east of Columbia, 
the County Seat, and 14 miles south 
of Centralia, the nearest point on the 
North Missouri R. R. 



This place is in the south edge of 
Macon county, only one mile from the 
Randolph county line, and is some- 
times called on the maps McGee Col- 
lege. The place is about live miles 
west of the line of the North Missouri 
R. R., and about 10 miles west of 
south of Macon City. Population 200. 

Trades, Prolessions, &c. 

Banning , physician and drug- 
gist. 

Gibson Smith, justice of the peace. 

Griffith Romulus, shoemaker, 

Lowry & Co., groceries. 

Lowry W. T., physician. 

Meadows , blacksmith. 

Mitchell James, president of college. 

Sharp, Gibson & Co., gen. store. 

Whitlow & Bro., wagon making and 
blacksmithing. 

Wisdom Lee G., gen. store and post 
master. 

Coloma. 

This is a post village in the north 
part of Carroll county, on the head 
waters of the Wakenda creek, and 
near what are called the Blue Mounds. 
It is 14 miles north of CarroUton, the 
County Seat, and situated in the 
midst of a very desirable country to 
settle in, We have no interest in the 
matter, but think this portion of Mis- 
souri hard to beat. 

Ralph P. Scott, Post Master. 

Colony. 

A small place in the north-east part 
of Knox county, on the main branch 
of the middle Fabius, 10 miles north- 
east of Edina, the County Seat, and 
30 miles north of west of Canton, on 
the Mississippi — excellent country in 
the vicinity. 

W. D. Brewington, Post Master. 



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Columbia. 

This is the County Seat of Boone 
county, on Hinkson's branch of Eoch- 
perce river, situated nearly in the ccn- 
t^ of the county, being about seven 
miles from Providence, on the Mis- 
souri river, it's river port, and 16 
miles south of Sturgeon, on the Nortli 
Missouri K. R., its nearest R. R. point. 
The place is quite handsome, and con- 
tains many beautiful buildings, among 
which are the State University and 
the Baptist Female College and the 
Christian Female College. The soci- 
ety of the place and surrounding 
country is good, and altogether, it is 
a very desirable place of residence. 
The place has been settled ibr many 
years, and contains much that is in- 
teresting to those acquainted with the 
better days of the Republic. Among 
the trades and professions here repre- 
sented, are the following: 

Four dealers in groceries, six gen- 
eral merchants, two saloons, three 
watches and jev/clry, three banks, two 
stove and tin ware, six physicians, 
three saddles and harness, three drug 
stores, four dry goods stores, one wool- 
en mill, one livery stable, two cloth- 
ing stores, two hotels, two tailors, one 
distillery, three blacksmiths, three 
milliners, two dentists, one hardware 
store, one confectionery, one photo- 
grapher, two carpenters, one w'agon 
maker, two furniture, one saw and 
flour mill, one newspaper, one boot 
and shoe store, one auction store, two 
colleges, one university. 

Trades, Proffssioiis, &c. 

Anderson, Garth k Co., grocers. 
Earth, Victor ct Meyer, gen. store. 
Baumgardner G. M., barber. 
Biehr iS: Henley, saloon. 
Bond & Booth, watches and jewelry. 
Boone County Savings Institution. 
Booth J., watches and jewelry. 
Burham cV: Bowlin, general store. 
Carlisle John W., stoves and tin ware. 
Carlisle i^ Buckel, carpenters. 
Caster James, physician. 
Childers E. R., photographer. 
Cinley, Strawn & Co., general store. 
Cook H. N., watches and jewelry. 



Corbit John, saloon. 

Crumb A. H., woolen mill. 

Crumbaugh H., saddlery. 

Duncan A: Young, physicians. 

Exchange National Bank. 

French J. S., drugs and medicines. 

French W. H., physician. 

Gallaner J. C, furniture. 

Gentry J. B., dry goods. 

Gihnan & Dorsey, druggists. 

Gordon J. M., lawyer. 

Gordon & Clark, livery stable. 

Gottlieb & FLysinger, dry goods and 
clothing. 

Ginter O., lawyer. 

Harkinson A. J., lawyer. 

liolbrook , dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 

Home Mutual Fire Ins. Company. 

Hultbard P., dentist. 

Hume J. R., prop. Hume House. 

Hume Reuben, C'ity Hotel. 

Hume & Park, general store. 

Johnson Jas., saddles and harness. 

Lansdale & EL^ton, tailors. 

I.ensil W. T., physician. 

McAlistev R. B., carpenter. 

McConnelly James, distillery. 

McKay N., blacksmith. 

McKay Mrs., milliner. 

Matthews J. S., hardware and gro- 
ceries. 

Maupin W. T., phj-sician. 

Maylield SI., confectionery and fancy 
store. 

Milton Mathews, carriage maker. 

Morrison John, blacksmith. 

Morrison & Robertson, dry goods and 
clothing. 

I\Iorse G. S., dentist. 

Moss & Prewelt, general store. 

National Bank, Wailzh pres., Samu- 
el cashier. 

Netf & Woodward, millinery. 

Newburg C. L., millinery and fancy 
goods. 

Newman A. .T,, stoves and groceries. 

Orr J., auctioneer. 

Powers Thos. E., furniture. 

Rainey H T., U. S. Ex. agt. 

Rienzi S., saddles and harness. 

Russell F. T., laAvyer. 

Searcy D. C, blacksmith. 

Selby J. R., saloon. 

Shields R. J., lawyer. 



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Smith & Hickman, saw and flour mill. 
Stephens James L., trader, 
Switzler W. F., pub. Missouri States- 
man. 
Tillery W. A., tailor. 
Trimble, Tyler & Co., gen. store. 
Victor S. B., drugs and books. 
"Watson L., physician. 
Werdeman A. D., saloon. 
Whittle Thos., shoes and boots. 
"Woodson W., lawyer. 

Concord. 

Is in and near the north line of 
Callaway county, being about 11 
miles north of Fulton, the County 
Seat. It is situated between the up- 
per forks of Muddy creek, and is only 
about 10 miles south-west of Mexico, 
on the North Missouri R. R., to which 
place ship. Population about 100. 

James M. Riley, P. M. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Fowler John, blacksmith. 
Fowler R. H., blacksmith. 
Galwith Peter II., saddler. 
Renfro F., saloon. 
Thurman P. & Co., dry goods. 



Cote's Prairie. 

A small place in the county of Cal- 
laway, not often found upon the maps, 
and place of small importance. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Gillman Wm. J., physician. 

Cote San Bessein. 

A landing on the Missouri river 
near the mouth of the Osage, but on 
the north side of the stream, in the 
county of Callaw^ay, and 16 miles 
from Fulton, the County Seat, and 
only nine by river from Jefferson City. 

Samuel C. Bennett, P. M., 
And general store. 

CottleYille. 

A village in Dardenne township, 
in St. Charles county, about 10 miles 
south-west of St. Charles, is on table 
land, a little distance from the river, 
and presents a neat and pleasant ap- 
pearance. It has a number of the 
different trades and professions, and 
is a place of about 340 inhabitants. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Debbertshauser August, saloon. 



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Deemar Albert, saloon. 

Edwards , physician. 

Freese H., gen. store and tailor. 

Grabble John, tailor. 

Hildebrandt Christian, saw mill. 

Herman Casjjer, blacksmith. 

Huser , shoemaker. 

Klein John, shoemaker. 

Klueber C. H., physician. 

Pohle , wagon maker. 

Seymour John, shoemaker and post 
master. 

Strumer August, carjDenter and wagon- 
maker, 

Streibe John, blacksmith. 

Valentine F. W., general store. 

Weinreben Fred., county assessor and 
harness and saddles. 

Zimmerman & LaufFer, blacksmiths. 

€rab Orchard. 

A post village in the county of Ray, 
containing about 160 inhabitants. 
Clayton Jacobs, P. M. 

Trades, Proiessions, A;c. 

Hockensmith Wm., blacksmith. 
Jacobs Thomas, general store. 
McGaugh Thomas, blacksmith. 
McKown & Gunb, general store. 
Pardiew R., boots and shoes. 
Remley H., physician. 
Shackleford & Jacobs, physicians. 
Wassan (& Harlan, general store. 

Crittenden. 

A small village in the north-east 
part of Daviess county, 16 miles east 
of north of Gallatin, the County Seat. 
The country in this section is very 
beautiful and desirable for settlement, 
and land is moderate in price. Pop- 
ulation 180. 

Wm. S. Brown, P. M. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Froman John, general store. 
Gong J. S., hotel. 
Harow H., wagon maker. 
Hendrix & Thompson, gen. store. 
Hill Dr., physician. 
Jelley John, flour mill. 
Johnson John, general store. 
Reed M. G., wagon maker. 
West & Nickels, general store. 



Crooked Creek. 

Is in Monroe county, on the road 
from Shelbina to Paris, nine miles 
from the latter place, and is on one 
of the branches of Salt river— is not 
a i^lace of importance. 

('iiiver. 

This is a small place in the west of 
Lincoln county, and is named from 
the stream on which it is situated. 
The nearest point on the the R. R. is 
Warrenton, on the North Missouri R. 
R., from which it is distant about 15 
miles north. It is about 10 miles 
north of west of Troy, the County Seat, 
in a hilly, timbered portion of the 
country. 

Hiram Hendricks, Post blaster. 

Curryyille. 

This place is in Pike county, 19 
miles south of west of Louisiana, in a 
fine rolling prairie country, timber 
being within a short distance both 
north and east of the place, but there 
is none in sight in the west. There is 
in the place one blacksmith, one store 
and one seminary, which is now be- 
ing built, 32 by 50 feet, two stories in 
height, to be called the McPike Sem- 
inary. 

Trades, Professions, A:c. 
Edwards T., general store. 
Furguson James, hotel. 
Hart it Curry, blacksmiths. 

Mitchell , constable. 

IMitchell Harvey, magistrate. 
Wilson Wm., magistrate. 

Danville. 

Is the county Seat of Montgomery 
county, about five miles south-east of 
Montgomery, and tlie same distance 
west of Florence. It is about 42 miles 
distant from Jefferson City, situated 
in a fertile and rich country, but the 
place has suffered from the war. There 
is now being erected a very good and 
quite an extensive Court House, to 
wliich some of the citizens are opposed, 
as they wish to remove the County 
Seat to Montgomery City. Popula- 
tion 480. ^ 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 

Adams W. B., physician. 

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GORDON & GRIFFIN, 

(Successors to A. L. Hatch,) 

Steam and Gas Fitting, 

Cor. Market & Commercial Sts., 
ST. LOUIS, - - MO. 

Dealers in and Mannfacturers of 

Steam, Gas & Water Cocks, 

SteacCT WEiistr©s, Ql« Globes^ 

steam and Water Guages, Cotton and Hemp 
Packing, Rubber Hose, Packing and 
IJeltiug, Steam, Gas, Copper and 
Lead Pipes, Pumps and Leath- 
er Beltiug. 



Arnold Wm. C, saloon. 

Baker & Baclimaun, saloon. 

Bush & Langhorn, general store. 

Blassing Wm., shoemaker and con- 
fectioner. 

Crackaner Stuart, lawyer. 

Cloud & Russell, general store. 

Deely , general store, 

Ellis Wm. E., blacksmith. 

Ford & Son, blacksmiths. 

Ford Wm. C., wagon maker. 

Fulkerson Robt. C., hotel. 

Hamilton Fred., photographer. 

Knox Rit., general store. 

Langhon A., general store. 

Nuneley Mrs., hotel. 

Riggs ct Bro., mill. 

Robinson James H., Danville Female 
Academy. 

Rutledge , physician. 

Saunders A. O., lawyer. 

Sharp Mrs., hotel. 

Sharp John, lawyer. 

Smith Owen, wool carding. 

Thompson A. L., lawyer and notary. 

Dardeiiiie, or St. Peters. 

This is only another name for Dar- 
denne station, on the North Missouri 
R. R., 294 miles from St. Louis, in St. 
Charles county, and only 9} miles 
from St. Charles, the County Seat. 
There are large quantities of the very 
richest land in America in this imme- 
diate vicinity. Population 300. 

TTrades, Professions. &c. 

Backer Charles, physician. 



Catholic Church. 
Cherlin Christ., gunsmith. 
Deppe Henry, shoemaker. 
Ebers flerman, carpenter. 
Gue John, blacksmith. 
Joerdans John, general store. 
Koleb Geo., prop. Nimrod House. 
Pohmeier Stephen, wagon maker. 
Randell Wm., hotel and post master. 
Sehuelte Henry, prop, of Farmers* 

Home. 
Sounenshein, Catholic priest. 
Teppe Henry, shoemaker. 
Wahrmann Herman, blacksmith. 
Weinerth Bardo, general store. 

Darksville. 

This is the name of a post office in 
Randolph county, which is not gen- 
erally marked down upon the maps. 

Thomas A. Brown, Post Master. 

BaT^Ti. 

This is a post office in Blue Mound 
township, in Livingston county, elev- 
en miles from Chiliicothe, the County 
Seat, on Shoal creek, being about 4^ 
miles south-west of Utica, the nearest 
point on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., to 
which place make shipment. The 
country in this section is very beau- 
tiful and tlie landscape charming. 
No more delightful part of Missouri 
can be found for agricultural pur- 
poses. 

Eugene Stone, Post Master. 

Beer Ridge. 

A small place in the north-west 
corner of Lewis county, in Reddish 
township, 13 miles from Monticello, 
the County Seat. Ship to Canton, on 
the Mississippi river. Population 60. 

Trades, Professions, Arc. 

Brosius H., post master. 
Morton M. V. B., blacksmith. 
Sisler John, general store. 

De Kail). 

This place is 12 miles nearly south 
of St. Joseph, in Bloomiugton town- 
ship, Buchanan county, and is about 
nine miles east of Atchison, Kansas. 
The nearest point to R. R. communi- 
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County K. R., which is six miles dis- 
tant, and it is also about the same 
distance from latan, on the same road. 
The place was named after Baron 
De Kalb of Revolutionary fame. The 
soil is very fertile, the air salubrious, 
and the place is free from pestilential 
diseases, and the village is flourishing 
and has an excellent mill and distil- 
lery, and several shops and stores of 
the different professions. 
Population 480. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Allee B. B., groceries. 

Bowen k Bro., groceries. 

BO WEN WM. A. F. N., gen. store. 

Bretz F. M., blacksmith and wagon 

making. 
Bradley W., carpenter. 
Crook J. C, blacksmith. 

Crumpacker , carpenter. 

Dunlap , groceries. 

Edgar Allen C., lawyer. 
Garton Stephen G., groceries. 
Gerner Phillip, steam flour mill and 

distilleiy. 
Goslee Samuel, physician. 

Hisel , saloon. 

King P. R., general store. 

Lucas & Co., general store. 

Markham Chas., saddles and harness. 

Martin John T., steam mill. 

Martin J. W., physician. 

Moore, French & Co., general store. 

Murrer & Snider, shoemakers. 

Oliver & Davenport, gen. store. 

Roberts Iliram, hotel. 

Schaflner S., shoemaker. 

Soper Wm., carpenter. 

Thomas , carpenter. 

Willingford & Son, gen. store. 
Willingford W. P., boots and shoes. 
West Griffin, lawyer. 
Williams M., Baptist preacher. 

Be Witt. 
A river port of Carroll county, on 
the Missouri river, 15 miles east of 
CarroUton, the County Seat, 105 miles 
south-west of Quincy and 87 south- 
east of St. Joseph, and 76 north-west 
of Jefferson City — distance being in 
direct lines. Population 300. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

Crain Henry, furniture. 



Creason H., wagon maker. 
Creason J. A., stoves and tin ware. 
Frazer J. A., dry goods, &c. 
Gilbert David, miller. 
Glendening G. B. & Bro., gen. store. 
Hardy J. L., groceries. 
Jones, Hick & Bro., groceries. 
Kennedy D., saddles and harness. 
Logan Jas. S., physician. 
Pemberton & Elder, ferry boat. 
Phlugo Jacob, saw mill. 
Stanton Joseph, shoemaker. 
Todd W. F. & Bro., physicians. 
Williams A. D., blacksmith. 

Bomey's Mill. 
This is a small place of not much 
importance, in the south part of Adair 
county, near the county line, on the 
east bank of Chai-iton river, 10 miles 
west of south of Kirksviile, the Coun- 
ty Seat. Nearest point to R. R. is 
at Callao, from which it is 22 miles 
north. There is plenty of excellent 
timber in the vicinity. 

BoriiSTille. 

This is a small i^lace of not much 
importance, in the upper part of Ran- 
dolph county, seven miles north of 
Huntsville, but only five miles from 
Jacksonville, the nearest jDoint on the 
North Missouri R. R., to v/hich point 
make shipments. 

Boiiglas. 

This is the name of a post office in 
the south-west corner of Gentry coun- 
ty, 16 miles from Albany, on the 
road to St. Jose2)h, and 27 miles from 
the latter place. 

Rufus Brown, Post Master. 

Biike's Prairie. 

This is a small place in St. Charles 
county, in the midst of some of the 
richest land in the west. The place 
is principally settled by Germans. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Gerdeman Wm., gen. store. 
Lipman Frederich, blacksmith. 

Bundas. 

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Buchanan county, but the place is not 
marked on all of the maps. 

Wm. E. O. Neale, Post Master. 

Durban's Creek. 

This is a small place in the county 
of Lewis, on the line of the proposed 
R. R. from Quincy to Nebraska City. 
It is 52 miles south-east of Monticel- 
lo, and eight miles north-west of La 
Grange. The place is at present of 
no importance, but as it is in a fine 
country, it will improve. 

Biitzon. 

Is a small place near the Missouri 
river, at the edge of the bluff, on Duke 
creek, in the south-east corner of War- 
ren county, 16 miles east of south of 
Warrenton, the County Seat, — its 
nearest point to the North Missouri 
R. R., being at Millville, from which 
it is distant 15 miles. It is only 42 
miles, in a direct line, from St. Louis, 
but double that distance by the river. 

Trades, Professions, A;c. 

Hoffman Hieronimus, blacksmith. 



Ruge Chas., physician. 
Ruge Wm., general store. 
Schultz Henry, gen. store. 
, tailor. 

Eagleyille. 

This is a nice little village in the 
north part of Harrison county, being 
about 10 miles south of the Iowa line 
and 14 north of Bethany, the county 
seat. It ison the middle fork of Big 
river, and is 66 miles north-east of St. 
Joseph — the nearest point on the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R. being at Kidder, from 
which it is distant 46 miles north. 

Population 280. 

Trades, Professions, Ac, 

Anderson & Turner, (Wm. A., Silas 

T.) general store. 
Bridges Geo., prop, hotel. 
Downing James, physician. 
Fitch & Hall, gen. store. 
Fletcher Jefferson, wheelwright. 
Lockwood George, drug store. 
Methodist Church. 
Moore & Son, (S. & J.) blacksmiths. 
Neadham Wm. B., druggist. 



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Poynter Amos, gen. store. 

Poynter Thomas, harness and general 

store. 
Skinner H. J., physician. 
Stone Jas., Methodist clergyman. 

Smith , saddles and harness. 

, stoves and tin ware. 

East Fork. 

This is the name of a place marked 
on the maps, in the central part of 
Macon county, 14 miles west of north 
of Macon City, and 9} north of Be- 
vier, but the place is of little impor- 
tance. 

Eiiston. 
McCreery Benj., general store. 
McCreery E. W. & Co., gen. store. 

Economy. 

This is the name of a small place in 
the county of Macon, between 70 and 
80 miles from the Mississippi river. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Atterbery Albert, general store. 
Barron A. sr., physician. 
Humis James, gen. store. 
Miller G. W., blacksmith. 
Norris J. M., physician. 

Edina. 

The County Seat of Knox county, 
is quite a smart town, situated near 
the center of the county, on the south 
Fabius creek. It is 103 miles di- 
rectly north of Jefferson City, and 35 
miles west of Canton, on the Missis- 
sippi. The nearest point to it on the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R. is Clarence, which 
is 28 miles south. Its distance from 
Quincy is 43 miles. The place is in 
a fine farming section of Missouri, and 
the neighboring parts of the county 
under good cultivation and improve- 
ment. The place contains two drug 
stores, one dealer in dry goods, one 
hotel, ten general stores, four physi- 
cians, two boot and shoe dealers, 
three groceries, one newspaper, one 
woolen mill, two stoves and tin ware, 
one meat market, one tailor, one sad- 
dle and harness, one saloon, one car- 
penter, one cabinet maker, one good 
academy, two blacksmiths and five jus- 
tices of the peace. 



Trades, Professions, &c. 

Agnew J. C, county clerk. 

Agnew S. H., drugs and notions. 

Allen & Wilson, dry goods. 

Beach Hiram, justice of the peace. 

Berry Mack., hotel. 

Brewingtou & Bros., gen. store. 

Cady Jas., gen. store. 

Campbell J. M., physician. 

Cell Joseph & Co., gen. store. 

Coleman Robt. & Co., boots, shoes, 
and groceries. 

Cotty Wm. L, magistrate. 

Coony Alfred, Missouri Watchman. 

Dougherty John, gen. store. 

Edina Woolen Mills, John Winter- 
bottom, proprietor. 

Fetter Casper, magistrate. 

Harvey W. C, gen. store. 

Jack John P., groceries. 

Jack J. S. & Bro., stoves, tin ware 
and hardware. 

Jack & Lyon, meat market. 

Linville P. B., real estate agt. and 
public administrator. 

Lycan Tobias J., gen. store. 

Lynch Stephen, tailor. 

Missouri Watchman, a weekly paper, 
pub. every Saturday by Phelan & 
Coony. 

Musser & Werly, boots, shoes and 
saddlery. 

McAulifle Wm., carpenter. 

McAuliffe & McDavid, saloon. 

McKenzie M., physician. 

O'Brien C, physician. 

Pugh, Biggerstafi'&Co., gen. store. 

Phehin David S., editor of the Mis- 
souri Watchman. 

Pickens Thos. P., cabinet maker and 
undertaker. 

Primm Rufus H., magistrate. 

St. Joseph Academy, by the Sisters 
of Loretto. 

Sever Joel, magistrate. 

Sherwood Jesse, drugs and groceries. 

Strader Henry, blacksmith. 

Strader John A., blacksmith. 

Turner, Louthan & Co., gen. store. 

Whitaker John, gen. store. 

White Alfred P., physician. 

Wiat A. S., gen. store. 

Winterbottom John, woolen factory. 

Winterbottom John H., store and 
hardware. 



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A small place in the western part 
of Grundy county, six miles west of 
Trenton, the County Seat. It is on 
the v/est side of Thompson's Fork of 
Grand river. Its nearest R. R. point 
h at Breckenridge, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R., from which it is 23 miles 
in a nortlierly direction. 

Population 60. 

Trjides, PrcfV-ssions, &e. 

Al)bott , gen. store. 

Buren Fielding P., post master, 
ilutton & Haney, gen. store. 

EdwardsYiile. 
A small place in the v/est edge of 
Randolph county, about four miles 
north-east of Renick station, on the 
Nortli Missouri R. R., near where 
Monroe county corners vnth Ran- 
dolph. 

El Dorado. 
Tills is a little village called by 
some Luray, in the west part of Clark 
county, nine miles west of Kahoka, 
the County Seat, near the valley of 
the AYyaconda, in the midst of a most 
beautiful and fertile section of the 
country. Its nearest outlet is at Al- 
exandria, on the Mississippi, 21 miles 
south-east. It will be not more than 
10 miles from the line of the Quiucy 
and j),Iemphis R. R. Population 180. 

Trmles, Professiouis, &c. 

Brown B., blacksmith. 
Edelen R. M., physician. 
Hammond Samuel, gen. store. 
King A., blacksmith. 
Morrison B., blacksmith. 
Murphy & Resor, gen. store. 
Payne O. B., physician. 
Sacket Erastus, post master. 
Todd Wm., physician. 
Towsend W. A., gen. store. 

Elk Horu. 

This is a small place in the west 
part of Ray county, 8? miles west of 
Richmond, on the Liberty rord. Its 
river port, on the Missouri river, is 
Camden, six miles south-east. 

Trades, Prol'esstons, &c. 

Wyman Marvin, blacksmith. 



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This place is in the north edge of 
Pike county, about on the line between 
it and Ralls. It is 15 miles north- 
west of Bowling Green and six miles 
south of New London. Nearest point 
to reach it from the river is at Saver- 
ton, 14 miles distant. 

Elk Spring. 

This is the name of a post office in 
the north-west pai't of Chariton coun- 
ty, in Yellow creek township, and on 
a creek of the same name. The place 
is 17 miles north-west of Keytesville, 
the County Seat, and 11 miles south 
of LaClede, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 
The proprietor of the place is Augus- 
tus E. Bowles, of Adams county. Ills., 
and he intends laying off a small town 
at this place, to be called Bowlesville. 

Aaron Stains, Post Master. 

Elliot's Mill. 
Is situated on the north fork of 
Salt river, in Monroe county, eight 
miles north-east of Paris, the County 
Seat, and is the same distance nearly 
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& St. Jo. R. Ft. Tills point will be 
ou the line of the extension of the 
branch of the North jMissouri R. R. 
from Mobcrly to Monroe station, via. 
Paris. 

Elizabetlitowii. 
This h a small place in Monroe 
county of not much importance, con- 
taining a store and blacksmith shop. 

Trades, Professions, «fcc. 

Champion Stephen, general store. 
Spaulding G., blacksmith. 

EI Psiso, 
This is a small place in Polk town- 
ship, in Atchison county, on the Nish- 
nabotona creek, 10 miles north-west 
of Rockport, the County Seat, and be- 
ing three miles from Sacramento, on 
the Missouri river, to which place 
make shipments. The place contains 
two stores and one blacksmith shop. 

Trades, Professious, &c, 

Davis Joseph T., post master, 
Hanber Andrew, blacksmith. 
Morgan P. G., gen. store. 
Morgan & Stone, gen. store. 

Emerson. 

This is a county post office in Round 
Grove township, in Marion county, 
13 miles north west of Palmyra, the 
County Seat, and 16 miles directly 
west of Quincy, in the midst of a most 
beautiful and healthy country. 

Jacob R. Kizer, Post Master. 

Empire Prairie. 

This is a small place in Andrew 
county, of little importance, contain- 
ing a store and post office. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Livingston John, post master. 
Sheppard Richard, gen. store. 

Enterprise. 

Called Northcott post office, is in 
the nortli part of Linn county, in En- 
terprise township, being about 12 miles 
from Linncus, the County Seat, in a 
beautiful prairie country. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Fleming , general store. 



, blacksmith. 

, ph3^'^ician. 

Sutherland F. B. & W. D., gen. store. 

Etna. 

This is the name of a county post 
office, in Harrison tov/nship, in Scot- 
land county, 10 miles south-east of 
Memphis, the County Seat, on the 
Alexandria road, and 27 from the 
latter place, its river outlet. This is 
in a fine and well settled portion of 
the county. It will be only three miles 
from the line of the Quincy and 
Northwestern R, R. 

Joel H. Keller, Post Master. 

Eureka. 

This is a small place on the Mis- 
souri river, near the south end of 
Boone county, and net fer above the 
mouth of Bonne Femme creek. Its 
distance from Columbia, the County 
Seat, is 15 miles south. 

Excelsior. 

This is the name of a small place 
which is in Atchison county, and di- 
rectly on the line of the St. Jo. & 
Council Bluff R. R. It is about five 
miles nearly south of Rockport, the 
County Seat, and only two miles from 
the Missouri river. 

Fairland. 

Til is is the name of a small place 
in the county of Linn, of not much 
importance. 

Fair Mont. 

This is the name of a smiill place 
near the south-west corner of Clark 
county, on the Canton & Memphis 
road, and only about three miles north 
of the proposed line of the Quincy 
and North Western R. R. The place 
is 12 miles south-west of Kahoka, the 
County Seat, and 38 j miles north- 
west of Quincy. 

Charles H. Carothers, Post Master. 

Fairyiew. 
This is a nice little place in the south- 
east part of Vf orth county, eight miles 
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Seat. It is on the east bank of the 
east fork of the west branch of Grand 
river, 42 miles from Savannah, the 
nearest R. R. communication. Its 
distance from Cameron, on the li. & 
St. Jo. being about 44. The country 
east of the river is timbered, and west 
of it is prairie — a thing very common 
in this portion of Missouri, showing 
that the prairie-fires have most pre- 
vailed during the continuance of high 
western winds, and that nothing but 
water streams have stopped the de- 
vastating flames which have rendered 
so many acres treeless. The stream 
has a good ford, with a gravelly bot- 
tom. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bram John, post master. 

Brara & Garrison, general store. 

Bush Fred., blacksmith. 

Curry & Barton, gen. store. 

Curry I. W., gen. store. 

Dawson C. R., gen. store. 

Garrison I. B., physician. 

Marrs Wm., physician and druggist. 

Falmoutli. 

This is a small place in Lincoln 
county, on the Mississippi river, about 
one-half way between St. Louis and 
Quincy, and is sixteen miles north- 
cast of Troy, the County Seat. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Dawson & Wiggington, gen. store. 
Gibson, Watts & Co., gen. store. 
Sitton J. A., general store. 
Thompson M. G., saloon. 



Farley. 

This is a small place in Platte coun- 
ty, on the Platte river, six miles south 
of Platte City, the County Seat, and 
14 miles south-west of Weston. 
Trades, Professions, &c. 
Johnson Robert, general store. 

Far West. 

The name of a very small place in 
Caldwell county, five miles west of 
Kingston, the County Seat, and nine 
miles east of south of Cameron, on the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R., its nearest R. R. 
communication, to which place ship. 

Fayette. 

The County Seat of Howard coun- 
ty, contains over one thousand inhab- 
itants, two colleges, four churches, 
one bank, two drug stores, two grocer- 
ies, five dry goods, one tailor shop, one 
saddler, two billiard saloons, two oth- 
er saloons, one mable shop, one cabi- 
net maker shop, four blacksmith shops, 
one millinery, two shoe shops, two 
butcher shops, one livery stable, one 
mill and one tobacco factory. 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 

Bailey Dr., physician. 
Bass & Bro., saddlers. 

Bynum , constable. 

Butler O., tobacconist. 
Cook L., tailor. 
Clark J. B., lawyer. 
Duncan & Son, grocery. 
Dudgeon Wm., druggist. 



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Davis Joseph, lawyer. 
Dickersoii W., blacksmith. 
Dickerson M., blacksmith, 
Duncan & Eros., traders. 
Frazer J. N., marble dealer. 
Gregory J., painter. 
Gardenhire A., post mistress. 
Henderson Jetlerson, druggist. 
Herndon A. J., lawyer and county 

clerk. 
Hendrix & Payne, bankers. 
Jones iSu Gibson, gen. store. 
Johnson A., saloon. 
Kline C, saddler. 
Leanord R., lawyer. 
Leland J. D., dentist. 
McCullum P., billiards. 
Miller &, Pankey, hardware. 
MAJOR S. C, jr., lawyer. ^ _ 
Major S. C, sr., public administrator 

and furniture. 
McGraw Wm., carpenter. 
Mitchell Alex., carriage factory. 
Morrison J. L., sheriff. 
Patrick G., general store. 
Prewett R. T., lawyer. 
Preston J., blacksmith. 
Preston S. J., blacksmith. 
Patrick & Brooks, livery stable. 
Page J., carpenter. 
Potts L., jeweller. 
Rosenbaum & Co., gen. store. 
Rich C. A., billiards. 
Reed J. M., lawyer. 
Radford T. J., jjhysician and county 

treasurer. 
Ross E., blacksmith. 
Smith, Pearson & Co., gen. store. 
Schmurk M., cabinet maker. 
Smith T. J., physician. 
Shafbroth J., groceries. 
Shafroth Wm., broker. 
Sherman John, carpenter. 
Stewart C. H., circuit clerk. 
Tolson J. D. & Co., gen. store. 
Williams, Almond tfc Co., gen. store. 
Watts J., physician. 
Zinmer John, saloon. 

Femme Osage. 

This is a small place in the south- 
Avest part of St. Charles county, set- 
tled originally, it would be inferred 
from the name, by French traders, 
and named in honor of some fair vir- 



gin of the Osage tribe. The place is 
about 11 miles directly south of Mill- 
ville station, on the North Missouri 
R. R., its nearest R. R. outlet, al- 
though it is not more than live miles 
from the Missouri river. It is 40 
miles directly west of St. Louis. 

Trades, Frolessions, &c, 

Freese H., general store. 
Knippenbeig H. II., post master. 
Knippenberg P., gen. store. 
1 Power Frederick, blacksmith. 
Schaberg G. H., gen. store. 
Wulfenkanimcr F., Iilacksmith. 

Fillmore. 

This is the name of a small })Iace 
near the west edge of Andrew county, 
in Jackson township, 10 miles north- 
west of Savannah, the County Seat, 
near the Nodaway river. 

Trades, I*roles*iions, &c. 

Knickerbocker , dry goods. 

Laughlin, Duncan & Co., gen. store. 

McLaughlin , dry goods. 

Spicer Carlton W., post master. 

Flint HilL 

Is in Cuiver township, in St. Charles 
i county, in the north-west part, 22 miles 
I from St. Charles, the County Seat. 
I It is on the Salt River and Mexico 
j road, situated en the summit of a 
I flinty hill, from which it derives its 
I name. The country about is well 
] timbered, and well watez'ed with nu- 
1 merous small streams. 

Population 200. 

Trades, IProlessions, &e. 

Allen J. B., lawyer. 

Harnett A. J., saloon. 

Keithley & Moore, (J. C. K. & Benj. 
F. M.) gen. store. 

Lewis R. B., physician. 

Logan S. W., tobacco factory and post 
master. 

Methodist Church South. 

Miller J. W., gen. store. 

Stephens Lawrence, shoemaker. 

Tarwater Rev., Methodist. 

Talbott R. H. J., physician and gen- 
eral store. 

Turner , blacksmith and wagon 

making. 

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Flint Point. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the west part of Montgomery coun- 
ty, about six miles west of Montgom- 
ery City, on the North Missouri R. 
E,., its nearest R. R. point. The coun- 
try is very fine in this vicinity, but the 
place, being inland and ofi' the main line 
of travel, does not amount to much. 

New Florence. 
On the line of the North Missouri 
R. R., 75:1 miles from St. Louis, and 
922- from Macon City. This is a 
prosperous looking place, in a very 
fine prairie, extending in every direc- 
tion, interspersed with strips of tim- 
ber as far as the eye can reach. They 
Lave a very neat and commodious 
seminary building in the eastex'u part 
of the town. Population 320. 

Trades, Professions, A:c. 

Devault Abm., select school. 
Dowers Lafayette, merchant and ex. 

agent. 
Ellis & Tuttle, general store. 
Ford J. C, physician. 
Fullington Albert, groceries. 
Glover David, saddles and harness. 
Hunter J. & S., gen. store. 
Jasper Mrs., hotel. 
Keeny Harris, blacksmith. 
Fatten Nathaniel, gen. store. 
Powell Thos. J., auctioneer. 
Ramsey Charles, N. M. R. R. & U. S. 

Ex. agt. 

Reed , physician. 

Stewart J. M., auctioneer. 



, carpenter. 

, cooper shop. 

Florida. 

This is a place of about 460 inhabi- 
tants, situated in the forks of Salt 
river, near the eastern edge of Monroe 
county, about 12 miles east of Paris, 
the County Seat, and eleven miles 
south of Monroe station, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., to which goods should 
be shipped. The country in the im- 
mediate neighborhood is hilly and 
rocky, and covered with timber. 

Trades, l»rofessions, Ac, 

Baxton Pollard, magistrate. 
Buchanan R, H., hotel. 
Calhoun R., blacksmith. 
Darnrell G. C, stoves and tin Avare. 
Goodwin James, physician. 
Goss J. P., dry goods. 
Goss & Netherland, gen. store. 
Griggs & White, groceries. 
Hickman A. M,, miller. 
Hickman H. A. & Son, millers. 
Johnson R. J., physician, 
Jones V/. A,, blacksmith. 
LcAvellen AY, B., dentist. 
McGee James, tailor. 
Netherland & Co., dry goods. 
Pollard James, harness maker. 
Riddle Wm. T,, druggist. 
Turner E. H., shoemaker. 
Upton & Pollard, saddlers. 
Vanter A. F., druggist. 
Wilkinson & McCreary, groceries. 
Williams Ss Bro., wagon makers. 
Woodward & Botts, dry goods. 

Floyd's Creek. 

This is the name of a post office in 
Adair county. The location is not 
indicated on the maps. 

James H. Ginnings, Post IMaster. 

Forest City. 

This is the name of a place of some 
little importance, in Holt county, and 
contains one drug store, one grocery, 
three general merchants, one saddle 
and harness maker, one dealer in fur- 
niture, one dealer in stoves and tin 
ware. 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 

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Frazer & Brittou, groceries. 

Graves & Fruitt, general store. 

Hart & Watrous, saddles and har- 
ness. 

Patterson H. & Co., gen. store. 

Robinson *.t Platter, furniture. 

Waterman J. C. & Co., stoves and tin 
ware. 

Weber George, gen. merchant and 
post master. 

Ft. Henry. 

Is a small place, pleasantly situa- 
ted, in Randolph county, about six 
miles north-west of Huntsville, the 
County Scat. The situation of the 
place is very pleasant, and the build- 
ings and the country about, well im- 
proved. The vicAv from the place, 
looking towards Huntsville, is very 
fine. Population about 140. 

Traces, Professions, &c. 

Adams Walter, blacksmith. 

Baker , physician. 

Cahill J. W., general store. 
Cahill & IMatlock, gen. store. 
Fort Henry T., post master. 
Fort Wm., pliysician. 
Methodist Church South. 
Walton J. W., wagon maker. 

Frankford. 

This is the name of a small place, 
situated in the south edge of Noda- 
way, about midway between the Platte 
and the 102 rivers, and 14 1 miles 
south of Marysville, the County Seat, 
and 16 miles north of Savannah, on 
the Platte County R. R., its nearest 
place of R. R. communication. 

Frankfort. 

This pleasant little village is in the 
northern part of Pike county, 14 miles 
west of north of Bowling Green, the 
County Scat, and 15 miles south of 
Hannibal, and about the same dis- 
tance west of Louisiana. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Ayres John H., druggist. 
Devin Wm,, post master. 
Dunkin James D., physician. 
Fisher & Martin, boots and shoes. 
Freeman Wm. W., physician. 
Picket A. & J., general store. 



Pitt J. D., shoes and boots. 
Stark D. F., shoemaker. 

Franklin. 

This is the name of a little village 
in Franklin township, in Howard 
county, on the north bank of the Mis- 
souri river, directly opposite Boon- 
ville. It is 12 miles south of Fayette, 
the County Seat, and is the shipping 
port for a fine agricultural country. 
Its nearest R. R. point is at Tipton, 
on the Pacific R. R. Population 340. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Alsap E., general store. 
Barkman N. M., physician. 
Barkman Peter, shoemaker. 

Bonham , physician. 

Calaway A., saloon. 
Chilton J. W., general store. 
Cox B. H. & F. M., blacksmiths. 
Heath W. R., hotel. 
Jackson Wm. D., physician. 
Knaws John, gunsmith. 
McCawley J. G., wagon maker. 
McGew, S. E., blacksmith. 
Ramsey C, wagon maker. 
Robinson S. S., gen. store. 
Turner G. D., groceries. 
Wayland R. F., physician. 
Wright W. G., saddles and harness. 

Fulton. 

Is the County Seat of Callaway 
county, situated in Fulton township, 
near the center of the county, on a 
fork of Muddy creek. Hi miles from 
St. Aubert, on tlie Missouri river, its 
nearest river outlet. The place is in 
direct communication with Mexico, 
on the North Missouri R. R., by a 
daily line of stages, the distance be- 
ing 21 miles. Fulton is 22 miles north 
east of Jefferson City, and 93 miles 
nearly west of St. Louis, and 75 miles 
west of south of Quincy, 111. — all dis- 
tances being direct. The place con- 
tains one college, conducted by the 
Presbyterians, and Deaf and Dumb 
and insane Asylums, owned by the 
State, being separate institutions, un- 
der the care of competent officers ap- 
pointed by the State. 

The place is represented by the dif- 
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27 South 3Iain St., 
ST. LOUIS, - - MO. 

45 Tchoupitoulais Street, 
NEW ORLEANS, - LA. 

General Commission Merchants. 

lows, as near as we could ascertain : 
Four physicians, four milliners, two 
stove and tin stores, one livery stable, 
four dry goods stores, one saloon, 
three dealers in cigars and tobacco, 
seven general merchants, one boot 
and shoe store, four shoemakers, four 
saddle and harness dealers, two mer- 
chant tailors, two lawyers, three ho- 
tels, five groceries, one gunsmith, one 
furniture dealer, two jewelry stores, 
tnree blacksmiths, one photographer, 
one banker, one brewery, two wagon 
makers, two drug stores and one news- 
paper, The Missouri Telegraph, pub- 
lished by John B. Williams & Co. 
Population 1400. 

Trades, Professions, &o. 

Abbott Reuben, physician and Supt. 

State Lunatic Asylum. 
Allen & Bargar, milliners. 
Ansell Thomas, lawyer. 
Backer Christian, stoves and tin ware. 
Bennett John, liveiy stable. 
Bartley John, dry goods. 
Bird M., lawyer. 
Christ & Schler, saloon. 
Cohn F., cigars and tobacco. 
Cornell Miss, milliner. 
Curd E. & J., gen. store. 
Curd & Tucker, tobacco. 
Deichman C. H., boots and shoes. 
Dickman Henry, shoemaker. 
Doerries H. T., groceries and dry 

goods. 
Dorsey J. II., saddles and harness. 
Dreps Joseph, merchant tailor. 
Dunn J. <fc Co., gen. store. 



Evans B. P., saddles and harness. 

Ford & Bragg, saddles and harness. 

Frier & Fricke, hotel. 

Fullilove L. B., groceries and tobacco. 

Gerhardt Wm., shoemaker. 

Golding W. I., shoemaker. 

Henderson J. S., college treasurer. 

Hensley & Harris, dry goods. 

Howard T. A., physician. 

Ith Randolph, gunsmith. 

Jameson & Mclntyre, furniture. 

Johnson W. A., watches and jewelry. 

Johnson J. J. P., lawyer. 

Jones & Pratt, blacksmiths. 

Judt Louis, blacksmith. 

Kerr W. L., principal of Asylum of 
Deaf and Dumb. 

Lawther Hans, dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 

Malone John, groceries. 

Metcalf J. W., hotel. 

Manchester E. T., photographer. 

Mayfield Jacob, groceries. 

Montgomery J., rector of Presbyteri- 
an church. 

Neal & Hagan, stoves, tin and hard- 
ware. 

Newkom C, shoemaker. 

Newkom John, tailor. 

Osterhotts & Bro., gen. store. 

Patton T., boots and stationery. 

Porter J., saddles and harness. 

Pickenbaugh & Birch, milliners. 

Ruble Louis, dry goods. 

Scott Elijah T., physician. 

Sheriff & Sigler, gen. store. 

Simms A. P., blacksmith. 

Snell W. T., banker. 

Sorter Henry, brewery. 

Sowers Peter, hotel. 

Spaunhorst Jno. F., carriage maker. 

Steck Geo., watch maker and jeweler. 

Stephens T. L., groceries. 

Stone W. B., physician. 

Tucker Wm. B., druggist. 

Tucker D. M. & J. H., gen. store. 

Turner J. V., lawyer. 

Tuttle Warren W., gen. store. 

Waller & Brewer, dentists. 

Whazley D. L., hotel. 

Wickman J. H., wagon maker. 

Wilkerson Achilles, physician. 

Williams INIrs. E., milliner. 

Williams John B. & Co., publishers. 

Yates Wm. & Bro., druggists. 



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Gallatin. 

The County Seat of Davies county, 
is 128 miles north-west of Jeflerson 
City, and about five miles south-east 
of the county line, situated on the 
west branch of Grand river, and about 
11 miles north of Hamilton station, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., with which 
it is in communication by a daily line 
of stages. The country west of it is 
very fine, the soil being very rich and 
the prairies being very beautiful. 
Much of this county is yet attainable 
at moderate price, which, in connec- 
tion with the proximity of good roads 
and the healthy and salubrious situa- 
tion of these parts, should induce em- 
igrants to look at these lands before 
going into the wilds of the deserts of 
the farther west. 

Trade«i, Professions, Sec. 

Able W. S., merchant tailor. 

Aknaugher & Co., merchant tailors. 

Ballinger J., sheriff" and post master. 

Brown Jno. A., representative. 

Bristoe Wm., county judge. 

Bear Peter, county judge. 

Bostoft' , school commissioner. 

Boggs D., cabinet maker. 

Ball Alex., carpenter. 

Ballard Geo., carpenter. 

Bryan Doling & Co., gen. store. 

Bowin J . T. & Co., gen. store. 

Brosius G. W., physician. 

Buchols & Nichols, machinists. 

Clingan Thomas, hotel. 

CoflTee , county judge. 

Colston John D., auctioneer. 

Cox Saml. P., hotel keeper and livery 
stable. 

Cummings & King, blacksmiths. 

Courier John, druggist. 

Conover John, lawyer and notary. 

Cost D. L., lawyer. 

Derring Thos., carriage and wagon 
maker. 

Davis D. H., druggist. 

Davis Jas. L., lawyer. 

Dodge R. L., lawyer. 

Elwood Lewis, cabinet maker. 

Franklin , groceries and confec- 
tionery. 

Folrasbee W. H., physician. 

Grantham Robert, circuit clerk. 



Gillahan W. C, insurance agt. and 
lawyer and notary. 

"Gallatin Torchlight," a weekly news- 
paper — 700 circulation. 

Givens W. M., physician. 

Groves & Vance, groceries. 

Huffaker Samuel I., principal High 
School and clergyman. 

Herndon , general store. 

Irvin Alexander, carriage and wagon 
maker and constable. 

Jacobs & Co., blacksmiths. 

Jones & Brosius, butchers. 

Keene G. P., probate judge. 

Kost D. L., editor North Missourian. 

Lewis E. & Co., furniture dealers. 

McGee J. H., county clerk and lawyer. 

McGee O. H., county treasurer and 
justice of the peace. 

McFerrin Jas. & Co., bankers. 

Miller P. Q., carpenter. 

Miller , carpenter. 

MUNN & DUNN, dry goods and gen. 
merchants. 

Miller & Bro., gen. store. 

McFerrin Jas., lawyer. 

McDow Robert, gen. store. 

Moss & Rogers, gen. store. 

Newtin , blacksmith. 

"North Missourian," weekly newspa- 
per — 350 circulation. 

Nichols & West, gen. store. 

Osborn Thos. J., hardware, stoves and 
tin ware. 

Peasely , lawyer. 

Powell H. L., physician. 

Rodgers George, hardware. 

Robberts & Son, druggists. 

Richardson S. A., lawyer and livery 
and sale stable. 

Rogers & Bro., stoves and tin ware. 

Sheets John, gunsmith. 

Selby Sereno, cabinet maker. 

Smith Rev. Mr., clergyman. 

Shores Rev. Mr., clergyman. 

Smitli M. N., dentist. 

Sheets & Davis, gen. store. 

Stine &, How, dry goods and confec- 
tionery. 

Stien & Weir, photographers. 

Smith T. J., physician. 

Taylor T. J., coroner. 

Tliomas G. B., groceries. 

Vance Robert, lawyer. 

Wynn T. P., boot and shoe dealer. 



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ihiuufarturor of all kinris uE 

SHEET IRON WORK, 

FOK 

Steamboats, Mills and Distilleries, So- 
da Factors, Brewers and 

Plumbers. 
JS^os. 718 and 720 

SOXJTI-I SbZiCOIVI) ST., 
(Between Plum and Cedar,) 

ST. LOUIS, - - MO. 

Geiitryville. 

Is iu Miller township, Gentry coun- 
ty, 10 miles south of Albany, the 
County Seat, and is situated at the 
foot of the hills in the Grand river 
bottom. The place looks somewhat 
decayed, and is not particularly at- 
tractive. There is excellent timber 
in the vicinity, and a good substantial, 
brick Masonic building. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Barton & Frisbie, (S. S. B. & G. N. F.) 
groceries. 

Bennett H. J., blacksmith. 

Carson & Garton, (Ph. C. & W. P. 
G.) general store. 

Dunagan Thos., blacksmith. 

Denham Thos., druggist. 

Flood JMichacl, wagon maker. 

Flynn M. O., shoemaker, 

Graham Geo., physician. 

Graham J. ct J. & G., grist and flour 
mill. 

Graham & Pvoss, (Wm. G. & A. B. 
K.) general store. 

Hutchinson , shoemaker. 

Kidd Nelson, hotel 

Parker Jonas, cooper. 

Scarborough R. A., saddles and har- 
ness. 

Taylor Ezekiel, physician. 

Walker Henry, blacksmith. 

Gilcad. 

A small place in the south part of 
Lewis county, on the north Fabius, 
nine miles south-cast of Monticello, 



the County Seat, and about the same 
distance west of LaGrange, and 13*^ 
miles north-west of Quincy. Place 
small and of little importance. 

Glasgow. 

This place contains a population of 
about fifteen hundred inhabitants, and 
is situated on the Missouri river, in 
Howard county. The surrounding 
lands are of the richest quality. The 
society, for refinement, is unsurpassed 
by any in the State. Here is located 
the Pritchett Institute — a first class 
school, with other schools of impor- 
tance. Here is also the location of 
the Lewis Library — a library estab- 
lished by the munificence of the late 
B. W. Lewis, deceased. The charac- 
ter of the inhabitants, church privi- 
leges and the opportunities of acquir- 
ing a literary and scientific educa- 
tion gives to this place advantages to 
which many other western towns are 
by no means the recipients. 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 

Andrews Edward, brickyard. 

Barclay C. R., lawyer and notary. 

Birch, Earickson & Co., bankers and 
insurance agts. 

Burkhard Fred., cooper. 

Brown & Cason, groceries. 

Boob Paul, general store. 

Baier Philij), marble dealer. 

Barclay W. D., physician. 

Boob Joseph, saloon. 

Cotton Mrs. J. R., prop, of St. Louis 
hotel. 

Clark & Cockerill (Jas. A. C. & H. 
H. C.) lawyers. 

Collins M. B., physician. 

Cockerill Wm. W., physician. 

Chamberlain John, watches and jew- 
elry. 

Colman Laybolt, shoemaker. 

Carson John, general store. 

Diggs Frank W., post master, notary 
and auctioneer, 

Davis James, blacksmith. 

Dey John E., saddles and harness. 

Dantel C, stoves, tin and hardware. 

Eberly George, saddles, harness and 
leather. 

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Fitzpatrick James, constable and auc- 
tioneer. 

Fisher Elijah, shoemaker. 

Frantzen N., slioeniaker. 

Foster Mrs.S.jClrec^s maker & milliner, 

Glasgow Times — weekly — AVm. A. 
Thompson, prop., circulation . 

Gannon Thos., stoves and tin ware. 

Hays I. W., flour and woolen mill. 

Hahn Saml., wagon maker. 

Heath H. C, cooper. 

Hickerson M., dentist. 

Hutchinson & Co., dry goods and 
boots and shoes. 

Hawkins Dr. J. W., dings and books. 

Henderson & Son, drugs and books. 

Harrison, Marr S: Co., Hour and wool- 
en mill. 

Joseph Henry, shoemaker. 

Koester , wagon maker. 

Lehman J. & Sons, gen. store. 

Lewis Alfred, barber. 

Lewis ik Heryford, steamboat agents, 
forwarding and lumber. 

Lewis J. A., physician. 

Lewis B. W. & Bros., tobacco factory. 

McNair, Morgan & Co., tobacco fac- 
tory. 

Mauden ct Williams, merchant tailors. 

Mitchell Frank, prop. City Hall. 

Moore & Heath, dress making and 
milliners. 

McCready, D. A., Rev., Methodist 
North. 

Minter , cabinet maker. 

McClintock Wm., brick yard. 

Nivert & Bro., blacksmith and wagon 
making. 

Osborn H. B., carriage maker. 

Overton R. B., prop. Glasgow House. 

Powell B. E., physician. 

Pugh Andrew A., gen. store. 

Phipps George, gen. store. 

Quarles Jas. A., Rev., Presbyterian. 

ReuiTel Phili}), bakery and saloon. 

Rauser Frank, barber. 

Reich Ignacious, carpenter. 

Roper Joseph, drugs and books. 

Roper A. W., gen. store. 

Robinson N., photographer. 

Rhyne John, saloon. 

Sears Peter R., watches and jewelry. 

Southworth J. W. & Son, physicians. 

Swacker Noah, groceries, clothing and 
lumber. 



Shackelford Thos., lawyer and notary. 
Sigmund F., shoemaker. 
Strouse & Lamfeld, gen. store. 
Stettmouth, Walil & Co., flour and 

woolen mill. 
Swinney Rev. O., Slethodist South. 
Smith Thos., carpenter. 
Seibcl & Autley, brewery. 
Seibel & Brown, meat' market and 

ice dealers. 
Steinmetz & Shepard, agricultural 

implements and groceries. 

Steinmetz Hotel, . 

Taturn Geo. H. & Co., steamboat agt. 

and groceries. 
Tillnuin Henry, bakery and billiard 

saloon. 
Thomson & Dunnica, bankers. 
Tally Wm., undertaker. 
Temple PI. C, tobacco and cigars and 

insurance agt. 
Tillman John, groceries. 
Thorp & White, gen, store. 
Turner John V., lawyer. 
Thixton Louis, livery stable. 
Thompson W., prop. Glasgow Times. 
Walker Horace, physician. 
Ware Leonard, photographer. 
Wachter Jno. & Bro.,"gunsmiths. 
Woods ct Barton, gen. store. 
Wengler Wm., cabinet maker. 

Ooodlaiid. 

This is the name of a nice little vil- 
lage in the south-west corner of Knox 
county, on the west side of the north 
fork of Salt river. It is 14 miles 
south-west of Edina, the County Seat, 
and l(i miles north of Clarence sta- 
tion, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and 
will be within 10 miles of the North 
Missouri R. R. when it is extended 
north of Macon City. It is 46 miles 
west of Quincy, 111. 

Trades, JProiesiwiotjs, Arc 

Blanchard Asa, general store. 
Cogborn Abner, miller. 
Flinchpaugh John, carpenter. 
Plickmann John, blacksmith. 
McGuin AVm., tailor and post master. 
Roger Henry, physician. 
Sides M. A., gen. store. 

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ty, about five miles from the County 

Seat. It only contains one store, that 

of 

Wilcox & Puett, general store. 

Graham. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the south-west part of Nodaway 
county, near the Nodaway river, about 
14^ miles south-west of Marys ville, 
the County Seat, its nearest point to 
R. R. being at Savannah, on the 
Platte County R. R., 22 miles distant, 
and its nearest point to river commu- 
nication is at Jones' post office, on the 
Missouri river. 

Trades, Professions, &:c. 
Bohardt R. C, gen. store. 
Bohardt & Bro., gen. store. 
Goodin Abuer, confectionery. 
Houx B. F., post master. 
Lawson James, gen. store. 
Morgan J. W., druggist. 
Smith John, gen. store. 

Granville. 

Grundy county, about nine miles 

north-east of Trenton, the County Seat, 

on the divide between Weldon's and 

the west fork of Grand river. Its 

nearest point on R. R. is at Chillico- 

the. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Yeakee & Leeper, general store. 
Grant City. 
This is the new County Seat of 
Worth county, 165 miles north-west 
of Jefferson City, and it is only about 
eight miles from the Iowa line, 54 
from St. Joseph and 159 miles from 
Quincy. The nearest point, by R. R., 
is Savannah, on the Platte County R. 
R., distant 44 miles. The country is 
beautiful, witli a fair division of tim- 
ber and prairie, and well watered. 
The place is new and small, on a fine 
rolling prairie, having timber on the 
north and west. The place was laid 
out in 1863. The court house is just 
built, the first one having been burned 
in the winter of 1865. The present 
one is a frame building, two stories 
high, 80x40 feet. Population 160. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Collins T. H., lawver and notarv. 



Dewitt N. H., general store. 
Hillsabeck A. C., blacksmith. 
Lingenfelter J. R., saloon. 

Mason , gen. store. 

Mason & Collins, gen. store. 
Newman & Morgan, (A. L. N. & W. 

H. M.) gen. store. 
Newman A. L., ph3^sician. 
Sloan R. T., lawyer. 
Walton Thos., saloon. 
, furniture. 

Grant's Hill. 

This is the name of a little village 
near the line between Worth and Gen- 
try counties, on Grand river, or what 
is the west fork of it. The nearest 
point by R. R., to it is at Savannah, the 
present termination of the Platte 
County R. R., and the place is about 
48 miles north-east of St. Joseph. 

Trades, Proffssious, &e, 

Bram Jno. C, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

Bush Frederick, blacksmith and wag- 
on maker. 

Dawson C. R., gen. store and post 
master. 

Dawson & Van Meeter, flour and saw 
mill. 

Garrison J. B., physician. 

Garrison & Bram, gen. store. 

Marrs Dr., druggist. 

Woodruff' D. C, pottery. 

Youugman Jacob, hotel. 

Granville. 

This is a small place in the north 
part of Monroe county, 82 miles north- 
west of Paris, the County Seat, and 
nine miles west of south of Shelbina, 
its nearest point on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R. It is 43 miles south-west of 
Quincy, in a direct line. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Holmes & Patrick, drugs. 
Houchin & Hanger, gen. store. 
Kippers John C, gen. store. 
Parker John T., post master. 

Grassy Creek. 

Livingston county, about 10 miles 
north of Chillicothe, the County Seat. 
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en houses complete the creek, which 
creek we failed to get a glimpse of. 

Trades, Prolessions, &f. 

Cargo Joseph, physician. 

Hyde & Co., post office and general 

store. 
Hyde John & Thomas, of Hyde c^ Co. 
Taylor John, blacksmith. 

Greeusburg. 

This is a small place in the north 
edge of Knox county, near the middle 
Fabius river, and Slmilesnorth of Edi- 
na, the County Seat. Its nearest R. R. 
point is at Clarence, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R., 38 miles south of its near- 
est river point. Canton is the same 
distance. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Fetters Joseph, post master. 
Houston G. W., general store. 

Green Castle. 

This little village is in the east edge 
of Sullivan county, about 15 miles 
north of east of Milan, the County 
Seat, on the head waters of one of the 
small forks which run into the Chari- 
ton river. The nearest point to the 
R. R. from this place is at Bucklin, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 34 miles 
south. Its nearest river point is Can- 
ton, 72 miles east. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 

Bailey & Maguire, dry goods, &c. 
Marine W. H. H. & Bro., saddlery. 
Ross Chas. L , post master. 

Green Hill. 

This is the name of a post office in 
Montgomery county. 

R. W. Baker, Post Master. 

Green Lawn. 

This is the name of a new post office, 
lately established in Ralls county. 
The name of the post master is not 
known to the publisher. 

Green Top. 

This is the name of a small place in 

the south edge of Schuy.er county, 10 

miles south of Lancaster, the County 

Seat, directly on the line of the ex- 



tension of the North Missouri R. R., 
and its present R. R. point is at Ma- 
con City, which is 41 miles a little 
east of south. New Cambria, Callao 
and Bevier are all exactly the same 
distance from this place, viz., 40 miles. 
The country is Avell watered and lim- 
bered. Population 220. 

Trades, Professions, &,e, 

Foote Henry S., physician, 
Gatlin G. W., post master. 
Glaze & Bro., gen. store. 
Hubbard Benj., blacksmith. 
Johnson S. M., harness. 
Loure Geo., blacksmith. 
Owens H. A., photographer. 
Owens & Catlin, gen. store. 
Sickles W. A., hotel. 
Stokes G. W., grocer. 
Wesscher J. II., physician. 
Witmer Jacob, boots and shoes. 

Greenville. 

This is the name of a little place in 
the east part of Clay county, 12 miles 
north-east of Liberty, the County Seat, 
and about 10 miles from the nearest 
point on the Missouri river, and 24 
miles south of Cameron, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R. 

Grindstone Point. 

This is a small place in DeKalb 
county, on a creek of the same name. 
Its nearest point on the R. R. is at 
Stewartsville, on the II. & St. Jo. 
Rail Road. 

Grub Town. 

A small place in the west part of 
Grundy county, nine miles north-west 
of Trenton, the County Seat, and near 
Thompson's fork of Grand river. The 
place is small and of little importance. 

Guilford. 

This is a little village in south-east 
part of Nodaway County, 14 ^ miles 
south-east of Marysville, the County 
Seat. It is on the east side of the 
Platte river. Its nearest R. R. point 
is at Savannah, on the Platte Coun- 
try R. R. Its distance from St. Jo- 
seph is 30 miles. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 

Glaves J. S., physician and postmaster. 
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Hawk Peter, gen. store. 
Lily & Floyd, gen. stor^. 
Keese W., saloon. 
Weaver , gen. store. 

Hager's GroTe. 

This is a small place in the west 
part of Shelby county, on a branch of 
Salt river, eleven miles west of Shel- 
by ville, the County Seat, and eight 
miles east of north of Clarence, on 
the H. & St. Jo. E. R. Place small 
and unimportant. 

Benj. F. Smith, Post Master. 

Harrisom'ille. 

This is the name of a small village 
in the south edge of Clinton county, 
10 miles south-east of Plattsburg, the 
County Seat, and about 18 miles north 
of the nearest point on the Missouri 
river. The place is 33 miles south- 
east of St. Joseph, and only about six 
miles from the Kansas City and Cani- 
eron R. R. This is in a very beauti- 
ful and fertile section of country. 

Population 180. 

Trades, Profesisionsj &c. 

Carter & Kelsey, stoves. 
Cook & Henderson, dry goods. 
Evan? Joseph W., saddlery. 
Grant, Craven & Co., wagons. 
Lamb Jacob, post master. 
Merritt & McCrory, dry goods. 
Park Lewis, furniture. 
Smith Wilson H., gen. store. 
Watkins W. L, woolen mill. 
Watts D. P., stoves and tin ware. 

Halleck. 

This is a village in Buchanan coun- 
ty, 14 miles south-east of St. Joseph. 
It is in Crawford to wnsh ip. The place 
is situated in a hilly, timbered, well 
watered part of the country. 

Trades, iProfessioiis, &€. 

Fleming Stephen S., constable. 
Fleming Byrd M., magistrate, post 
master, blacksmith & wagon maker. 
Galbreath Wm.. saloon. 
Hill Rev. Isaac, of M. E. church. 
Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Robinson J, H. C, physician. 
Rogers & Rciley, gen. merchants. 
Spratt Wm. A. H., physician. 



Trower & Son, gen. store. 
Williamson J. C., physician. 

HallsYille. 

This is the name of a post village 
in the upper part of Boone county, 12 
miles north-east of Columbia, the 
County Seat. The land is high and 
water flows from this point in nearly 
every direction. The place is about 
8i miles west of south of Centralia, 
on the North Missouri R. R. 

Triidcs, Professions. &c. 
Leach Wm., saloon. 
Schryock Frederick, blacksmith. 
Vaughn Wm., post master. 

Halsa's Fen-y. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the north-east part of Nodaway 
county, on the Nodaway river, 12 
miles north-west of Marysville, the 
County Scat, and is not a place of 
much importance. 

John H. Davis, Post Master. 

Hamburg. 

This is the name of a small village 
in the hills, about one mile from the 
•Missouri river, in Dardenne township, 
in St. Charles county. The place ig 
about 2(> miles south-west of St. 
Charles, the County Seat — the popu- 
lation being about 220. 

Tmdes, Professions, Sec. 
Bomann R., hotel. 
Castlio & Son, gen. store. 
Castlio J. N., physician. 

Ives , blacksmith. 

Martin Dr., physician. 

Nahm J., gen. store. 

Nahm Henry, saddles and harness 

and post master. 
Ruheling H., shoemaker. 
Schlota A., shoemaker. 

Waniger , blacksmith. 

Weffer G., miller. 

Hamilton. 

A nice little town on the H. & St, 
Jo. R. R., 50 miles east of St. Joseph, 
in Caldwell county, eight miles north 
of the County Sea"^t, and is situated in 
the heart of as fine a body of prairie 
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within her boundaries — the only draw- 
back being in relation to the scarcity 
of timber. It was first settled in 1857. 
The R. R. is here crossed by leading 
stage lines running north and south. 
Trades, ProiTcssioiifii, &c. 

Brosius & Irving, props, of Hamilton 
House. 

Brosius Jacob, of Brosius & Irving. 

Brosius J. H. & Bros., (J. H. B. & 
Geo. W. B.) general store. 

Buster & Buster, (David & Charles,) 
saloon. 

Bowman & Bowman, (Austin & Vin- 
cent,) lumber dealers. 

Claypool P. R., prop. Claypool House. 

Dilley B. H., physician. 

Downing Marine, blacksmith. 

Davis & Richardson (Alfred D. & 
Otis B. R.^ land office. 

Foss , Methodist clergyman. 

Foley & Green, (Frank F. & M. T. 
G.) livery stable. 

Goodman James, physician. 

Goodenow & Readdie, lumber. 

GOODMAN WM., of Shellaberger 

& Goodman. 
Hamilton House, Brosius & Irvin 

proprietors. 
Hamilton A. E., merchant Tailor. 
Irvin Wm., of Brosius & Irvin. 
KEMPEH & PAXTON,(Jas.K.& 

AVm. P.) general store. 
Lamson Geo. S., H. & St. Jo. R.~R., 

Am. Ex. agt. & telegraph operator. 
McAdoo & Nunn, druggists. 
ffiOHTON J. N., iron, hardware, 

stove? and tin ware, & coal dealer. 
Manuel Charles, saloon. 
McAdoo James, physician. 



Nunn J. H., pi 



piiysician. 
Penny John R., grocery. 

PAXTON WM., of Kemfort & Pax- 
ton. 
Riggs David, confectionery. 

SHELL ABEHCIER M. M., of Shel- 
laberger & Goodman. 

SHELLABERGER & GOODMAN, 
dealers in agricultural implements 
and household furnishing goods. 

Sta^e Line, from Hamilton to Galla- 
tin, 14 miles north, daily each way, 
Green & Foley, proprietors. 



Stage Line from Hamilton to Lexing- 
ton, via. Kingston, Knosville and 
Richmond, daily, leave in the morn- 
ing — -48 miles to Lexington. 

Hampton. 

This is the name of a post office in 
Platte county, having L. H. White- 
acre as post master. 

Ham's Prairie. 

This is a point of little importance, 
in Callaway county, containing a 
store. 
Bell W. J. & Bro., gen. store. 

HaiinibaL 

Hannibal, the commercial empori- 
um of north-east Missouri, is pleas- 
antly situated in Mason township, 
Marion county. State of Missouri, and 
lies on the sun-set side of the majestic 
Mississippi river, one hundred and 
forty-eight miles north of St. Louis, 
one hundred and twenty-eight mileg 
above the mouth of the Missouri riv- 
er, and seven hundred miles south of 
the Falls of St. Anthony, Minnesota, 
in latitude 39 degrees 80 minutes N., 
longitude 00 degrees, 15 minutes 16 
seconds W. It is a port of delivery, 
and is the third city in point of wealth, 
population and commercial impor- 
tance in Missouri. The ciiy proper, 
built on a gradual elevation from tho 
river back about one and a half miles, 
is surrounded by those never-ending 
watch towers of the Mississippi river, 
its bluifs; and the business part of 
the city seems like an ampitheater. 
The town of Hannibal was laid cut en 
a tract of land containing 640 acres, 
in the year A. D. 1819, and a public 
sale of lots took place at St. Louis, in 
the month of April, tho same year. 
The tov/nwas regularly laid out, tho 
streets being wide and commodious. 

By a regular system of puffing, 
which^ has never been resorted to by 
Hannibal, places of fjir less impor- 
tance have succeeded in acquiring a 
greater notoriety. But at this wo 
should rather rejoice than feel regret, 
inasmuch as the attention of idle spec- 
ulators has been called in other di- 



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rections, whilst our city has been fill- 
ing up with a more permanent, thrifty 
and enterprising population. 

In order that people at a distance 
may know who we are, and where we 
are, and what we are doing, we pro- 
pose giving a brief description of 
our city, its business, commerce and 
raauufuctories, together with a des- 
cription of some of our large business 
houses, and also a statement of the 
amount of capital invested in the va- 
rious kinds of business, quantity of 
material used for manufacturing pur- 
poses, amount of products and number 
of hands employed. As there seems 
to be a want of disposition on the part 
of some individuals to give us accu- 
rate information, our statements may 
not comprise all the departments, and 
therefore may not be as full and com- 
plete as we would desire. 

The busitiess portion of the city is 
compactly built, the houses, with but 
few exceptions, being of brick and 
three stories high. The site of the 
city rises gradually from the river's 
side till it reaches an elevation of 
about one hundred feet above the lev- 
el of the river, affording a beautiful 
view of the surrounding country, and 
many charming sites for private resi- 
dences. The style of buildings is 
good, and more than one-half of the 
jjrivate residences are of brick, some 
of which are edifices that would be a 
credit to cities of much greater pre- 
tensions. 

Our climate is healthy and salubri- 
ous, and we are surrounded by a coun- 
try of unsurpassed richness and fer- 
tility, comprising a variety of soils, 
and adapted to the culture of wheat, 
corn, hemp, cotton, tobacco, grapes, 
potatoes, &c., and produces the finest 
garden vegetables extant. There is 
an abundance of game of all kinds 
within a few miles of the city, and the 
best quality of fresh water fish abound 
in our streams. 

Within a short time our population 
has doubled, and it now reaches the 
very respectable number of about nine 
thousand. And what is more and 
better than all, we have an honest, in- 



dustrious, thrifty and enterprising 
population, and all are engaged in 
honorable pursuits, each confining 
himself to his own legitimate business, 
without encroaching upon his neigh- 
bor, there being enough for all, and 
no danger of getting in one another's 
way. Our people are generous, so- 
cial, moral and religious, and hence 
we account in a great measure for our 
permanent prosperity. 

But though we have been steadily 
advancing in wealth and population, 
and have extended our business rela- 
tions, we are yet in our infancy, 
and the area of our true greatness is 
yet to dawn. Our business is already 
immense, reaching millions of dollars, 
and is increasing Avith astonishing ra- 
pidity. In a word — we have a city 
possessing, in an eminent degree, eve- 
ry natural advantage for manufactur- 
ing on an extensive scale, and our 
enterprising citizens are quick to dis- 
cern and ready to push their advan- 
tages to the utmost. In our vicinity 
we find a large population, creating 
a demand for every kind of manufac- 
tured article, while the railroad and 
river facilities are such that all arti- 
cles manufactured or purchased here 
can be set down at the very doors of 
those who need them. 

But for the difficulty in procuring 
dwelling houses, the accessions to our 
population would no doubt have been 
much greater. To make room^ for the 
large accessions we expect to receive 
during the next six months, building 
will be carried on to a much greater 
extent than ever before — the demand 
for houses and the prices they com- 
manil, justifying capitalists in invest- 
ing money in this way, as it will prob- 
ably bring them a larger per cent, 
than any other investment they can 
make. A number of buildings are 
already in course of construction, 
which the scarcity of building mate- 
rials has caused to be delayed until 
recently. These houses will all be 
tenanted as soon as completed. We 
have a very superior quality of clay 
for making brick, and inexhaustible 
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for building purposes, supplying the 
place of marble, which it very near 
resembles when at a little distance. 
Mechanics are in great demand, and 
find ready employment at liberal 
wages. 

Our streets, as well as all the busi- 
ness and a large number of dwelling 
houses, are lighted with gas, but to 
keep pace with the improvements be- 
ing made in other departments, a 
company will soon be formed for the 
purpose of establishing water works 
on an extensive scale. 

Though our commerce and manu- 
factories are still in their infancy, yet 
we have made very considerable ad- 
vancement. We have already three 
agricultural stores and factories, nine 
real estate agencies, nine insurance 
agencies, 2 steamboat agencies, 1 Na- 
tional bank, 4 barber shops, 3 bakeries, 
13 boarding houses, 2 breweries, one 
book bindery, twelve boot and shoe 
shops, nine meat markets, three cigar 
factories, four commission merchants, 
four confectioneries, six clothing stores, 
twelve churches, three dental offices, 
five drug stores, one dye shop, four- 
teen dry goods stores, four dress ma- 
king establishments, two express of- 
fices, one flour and feed store, three 
furniture stores, one furniture factory, 
two foundries and machine shops, two 
gunsmith shops, forty grocery stores, 
two harness and saddle sLorcs, two 
hat and cap stores, five hardware 
stores, seven hotels, twelve law offices, 
four livery stables, four lumber yards, 
two wholesale liquor stores, five tailor- 
ing establishments, two saw mills, two 
planing mills, two flouring mills, four 
millinery and fancy goods stores, two 
music stores, three teachers of music, 
three paint shops, two printing offices, 
sixteen physicians' offices, four photo- 
graph galleries, twelve public build- 
ings, two queensware stores, two res- 
taurants, twenty saloons, thirteen 
schools, four book and stationery 
stores, four stove stores, eight tobacco 
factories, two variety stores, two ma- 
sonic lodges, one Royal Arch Chap- 
ter, one lodge of Good Templars, one 
Council of Royal and Select Masters, 



one Commandery of Knights Tem- 
plar, one lodge of I. O. O. F., one En- 
campment of I. O. O. F., &c., &c. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Allen A. L., physician. 

Allen S. S., lawyer. 

American House, Isaac Appier, prop. 

Anderson S. H., dentist. 

Appier Isaac, prop. American House. 

Archer N. O., notary public. 

Armstrong J. M., of Hawes & Arm- 
strong. 

Aronson Morris, clothing, boots and 
shoes. 

Ashmore Jas., of Shields, Ashmore 
&Co. 

Bacon Geo. & Son, (G. B. &. R. L. 
B.) wholesale grocers. 

Bacon R. L., of Geo. Bacon & Son. 

Baker Chas., dying and scouring. 

Baldwin E. & Bros., watches and jew- 
elry. 

Baldwin Oscar, of E. Baldwin & Bros. 

Barnerd C, shoemaker. 

Barrack Jas., lumber dealer. 

Bassen J. H., shoemaker. 

Bedford Augustus, book keeper. 

Bell R. J., physician. 

Bollard & Youse, (H. K. B. & W. L. 
Y.) wholesale grocers. 

Bennett J. E. & Co., wholesale and 
retail drugs. 

Best James A., of Pierson & Best. 

Birkenstein S., clothing. 

BISHOP E. F., paymaster H. & St. 
Jo. R. R. 

Birch G. B., physician. 

Bishop Johanna, of Murphy & Bishop. 

Blacksmiths' & Machinists' Union. 

Blair Frank, of Buchanan &, Blair. 

Bluemm Geo. A., music teacher. 

Bocdeker M., meat market. 

Bourne H. G., groceries. 

Boyd S. W., prop. Marion House. 

Boyer J. S. & Co., real estate agt. 

Brady John & Bro., dry goods and 
groceries. 

Brady Patrick, of Jno. Brady & Bro. 

Braham Thos., meat market. 

Breed D. F., of Collins, Breed & Co. 

Brewington & Coontz, (D. R. B. & 
T. B. C.) saddles, harness and lea- 
ther. 
Brickey J. L. c^ Co., tobacco manu- 
facturers. 



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G-EO. M.n GOI^LIWS, 



Wholesale <£ Kelail Dealer in 



Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, 

Picture Frames, Moldings and Mirrors. 

mam 

fiSi" Particular att<rntloii paid to filling: Orders sent by Mail. 

GrlLOTiG^ A.. COLLIISrS, 

JVo, 12 3lain Street , 



Bridgeford, Hixon & Co., meat mar- 
ket. 

Bridgeford Robt., ice dealer. 

Brittingliam, Stroug & Co., dry goods 
and boots and shoes. 

Brittingham J. S., of Collins, Breed 
& Co. 

Brittingham L. T. & Bro., druggists. 

Brittingham J. B., insurance agt. 

Brooks Austin, editor of Hannibal 
Republic. 

Brooks & Mann, props, of the Hanni- 
bal Republic. 

BS00K8 II. M., liquor dealer. 

Brotherhood oi the Footboard Engin- 
eers. 

Brov;n J. B. & Co., druggists. 

BKOWN M. J., prop, of Continental 

Hotel. 
Brown W. B., of J. S. Bojer & Co. 
Brown E. V., groceries and provisions. 
Brown & Kelly, (Geo. B. & Wm. R. 

K.^; props. Hannibal Toh. Works. 
Brown Wni. H., of Guile & Brown. 
Bryan C. W., of Robards & Bryan. 
Bruckman & Co., cS. S. B. & H. H. 

Sehroeder,') diy goods. 
Buchanan & Blair, (Chs. B. & Frank 

B.^ stoves and tin ware. 
Bull James, physician. 
Burchard J. F., dry goods. 
Busby AVm. C, of Hickson, Busby & 

Co. 
Cannon Wm. J., prop, of the Madison 

House and shoemaker. 
CAIIR JAMES, attorney H. & St. 

Jo. R. R. 
Carroll Mrs., di-css making. 



Cartlage & Chase, planing mill. 
Caughlin Rev. J. W., of M. E. church 
CARTER & PINDELL, (S. M. C. 

& R. P.) prop. Eagle Flour Mills. 
Carstarpheu Wm. P., of R. D. Glenn 

& Co. 
Chinn, League & Co., lumber dealers. 
Cheever & Bro., (J. A. C. & A. H. C.) 

druggists. 
Cleaver & WoUuer, props, of Hannibal 

Vf oolen Mill. 
Clement & Rhcason, (Jas. C. & W. R.) 

stoves and tin ware. 
Clyman Gottlieb, groceries. 
Clayton, Johnson <k, Co., druggists. 
Cohen A. B., watches and jewelry. 
Cohn Bros., (Jos. & Jno,) dry good^. 
Coflnian A. R., brick yard. 
Coleman SamL, prop. Western House. 
Collins, Breed <fe Co., props, of Globo 

Tobacco AVorks. 
COLLINS GEO. A., books and sta- 
tionery. 
Cook Hiram, books, stationery and 

notions. 
Coontz Thos. E., of Brcwington &Co. 
COUETRIGIIT H. H., gen. freight 

agt. H. A bt. Jo. R. R. 
Corniu, father. Catholic priest. 
Crosby G. L., photographer. 
Crosby Mrs. H. W., millinery. 
CEUIKSHANK JNO. J., vice prea- 

ident First National Bank. 
Davidson Wm., furniture. 
Davis Arthur F., of Harris, Davia & 

Co. 
Dedman Wm. D., of Henderson & 

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DOEMAM & TOLL5 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

WISCONSIN RIVER LUMBER, 
M, Boers, SMnEte, Latli aiifl Bressei Lriielier. 

Office Corner Lynn and li^iglitli Streets, 



IT. DOEMAN 
A. 'XOLl.. 



mnmui. mo. 



gi^S^ All Orders by Mail curefully attended to. 



Deimann H. D., tobacco and cigars. 
Dick Robert, prop. Grove House. 
BIMMOCK (iEO., receiver H. & St. 

Jo. U.K. 
Disbrow YVm., prop. II. & St. Jo. E. 

K. Hotel. 
Dodge A., physician. 
Donehower !?aml. H., blacksmith and 

wagon niakin;:^. 
Donley & O'Hern, (N. B. D. & J. H. 

O.) groceries. 
Doolan Elzy, barber. 
DOEM AN & TOLL, (U. D. & A. T.) 

lumber dealers. 
Doyle Richard, of Jackson & Doyle. 
Dreschcr & Payne, (W. P. & W. B. 

D.) dry goods, boots and shoes. 
D. Dubach & Co., (D. D. F. L. & G. 

W. D.) planing mill and dealers in 

lumber. 
Dubach F. L., of D. Dubach & Co. 
Dubach Geo. AV., of Dubach & Co. 
Ducoing Wm. M,, saloon. 
Dudding Jos., livery stable. 
Duffield Ewd., physician. 
Dunn Rev. J. W., of Episcopal church. 
Dunning W. E., lawyer. 

Danlap , feed store. 

EASTON JOSEPH 0., cashier First 

National Bank. 
Ebinc^cr Frederick, boots and shoes. 
ElffiHT WM. C, of Winchell, Ebert 

& Marsh. 
Eby D. S., gene -al insurance agt. 
Edwards H., saddles and harness. 
Elgin C. L., wagon maker. 
Elligooil W. T., physician. 
Evans M. T., y-roceries. 



Ewalt H. E., watches and jewelry. 

Ewalt & Stevenson, rji. E. & D. L. 
S.) groceries. 

Farley H. W., patent agency, and 
president Lithographic Stono and 
Mining Co. 

Fay I K, physician. 

Fenlason S S, blacksmith. 

Feuneman T, saloon. 

Feuner & Robinson, (^W H F & J R) 
gi'oceries. 

Finley V/ W, physician. 

FIE,f^T NATIONAL BANS OP 
HANNIBAL, Josiah Hunt, prest, 

Fischer Louis, hats, caps and turs. 

Fisher W II, lawyer. 

Fitzgerald E G L, bools, shoes, haLa 
and caps. 

FISHER D. & CO., (D F & John A 
Leunon,'^ merchant tailor. 

Flanagan Peter, saloon. 

Fleming Thomas, painter, 

Forman W. E, of Frost & Forman. 

Foss John G, saloon. 

Foster W D, physician. 

Fox G F, groceries and produce. 

Franklin Job Printing Office, W W 
Prescott, supt. Brooks & Mann pro- 
prietors. 

Frasher John, of J W Stavely & Son. 

Frost & Forman, (H C F & W E F) 
boots and shoes. 

Fry & Loudon, (^LC F & T B L) gro- 
ceries. 

Fuller Rev O B, Presbyterian clergy- 
man. 

Gannaway \Y R. of Clayton, Johnson 
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Garland D D, pub and ed of North 
Missouri Commercial Advertiser. 

Gerleman W, shoemaker. 

Gibson J H, dry goods and boots and 
shoes. 

Gillon Michael, groceries. 

Gillot P, news depot. 

Gleason John L, physician. 

Glenn R D & Co, groceries. 

GODFREY C. 0. & CO., coal dealers. 

Goldsmith , meat market. 

Graves D P, lumber dealer. 

Greathouse & Watson, (W G & H 
W) stoves, tin ware and queensware. 

Green Barton S., of Green & Son. 

Green G. R. & Co., (G. K G. & E. B. 
G.) dry goods, boots and shoes. 

GREEN M0SE8 P., of Green & 
Wilson, director 1st national bank. 

GREEN & SON, (M. P. G. & B. S. 
G.) insurance. 

Green & Wilson, (M. P. G. & A. B. 
W.) lawyers. 

Griffith Patrick, saloon. 

OROAT P. B., general ticket agent 
H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

Gugel Fred, prop. South Hannibal 
Brewery. 

Guile & Brown, (A. D. G. & W. H. 
B.) furniture. 

Hagan Thomas, cooper. 

Hagan T. S., of Chinn, League & Co. 

Hall L. A., treasurer National In- 
surance Co. 

Hall Thomas, of Morrison & Hall. 

Hamer Alexander, boarding. 

Hammer Frederick, prop. Commer- 
cial Hotel. 

Hannibal Republic, daily, tri-weekly 
and weekly newspaper, Brooks & 
Mann, props. 

Harper G. C, secretary of National 
Insurance Co. 

Harris C. H., of Picken & Harris. 

Harris, Davis & Co., (Joel H. H. & 
W.D.D.) manufacturers of tobacco. 

HARRIS GEO. S., land commis- 
sioner of H. & St. Jo R. R. 

Harris Gustavus, clothing and gents' 
furnishing. 

Harris Jacob, clothing. 

HARRISON G. N., of fo. J. Harri- 
son & Bro. 

HARRISON S. J. & BEO., groce- 
ries wholesale and retail. 



S. J. Harrison &Bro. 

Wholesale &. Retail Dealers iu 
AN D 

|-/^."h\"k"^S-.} Hannibal, Mo. 



>eQ- Highest Cash Price paid for Produce. 

Hart Thomas, prop. Johnson House. 

Haussler C. F., bakery. 

Hawkins, physician. 

Hawkius Thomas W. & Co., real 

estate and insurance agents. 
Hawes & Armstrong, (Geo. A. H. & 

J. M. A.l dry goods. 
Hayward Charles P.. U. S. Revenue 

Collector. 
HAYWARD J. T. K., Pres. State 

Insurance Co. 
Helm C. T., of Settles & Helm. 
Henderson & Dedraan, (J. C. PI. & 

W. D. D.) tobacco manufacturers. 
Henderson, (J. C. & J. F.) wholesale 

and retail groceries. 
Henson Thomas H. of Jourdan & 

Henson. 
Hershey H. H., glass and queensware. 
Hess J. M., confectionery and variety 

store. 
Herendeen & Hollister, (Geo. B. H. 

& M. L. H.") lawyers. 
Hewitt Geo. W., claim agent. 
Hewitt & Son, props. State Flouring 

Mill. 
Hickman & Bro., (P. A. H. & H. L. 

H.) stoves, tin and hardware. 
Hiestand Albert, prop. William Tell 

House. 
Hill Benjamin, meat market. 
Hirwen Timothy, billiard saloon. 
Hixon C. L., of Bridgeford, Hixson 

&Co. 
Hixson & Busby, (B. F. H. & Wm. 

C. B.) stove, tin and hardware. 
Hixson Join, of Bridgford, Hixson 

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HINTON J. W. & CO., (J. W. H. & 
D. Dubach & Co.,) Bay Mill Road, 
near Ferry Landing, manufactur- 
ers of lumber, lath and shingles. 

Hollister M. L., of Henderson & H. 

Holtzmann P., boarding. 

Hollister J. I., groceries. 

Holme & Co., cP. H. H. & H. A. H.) 
dry goods, boots and shoes. 

Homans Wm. H., millinery and va- 
riety store. 

HOGG J. OLIYER, architect and 
builder. 

Hornback & Finley, (C. H. & W. W. 
F.) druggists. 

Howe & Rablin, (L. H. & J. R.) lum- 
ber. 

Hulburt G. C, prop. American Hotel. 

Hunstock Geo. H., barber. 

HUNT JOSIAH, President First 
National Bank. 

Jackson & Doyle, (J. H. J. & Rich- 
ard D.) tailors. 

Jackson Thomas, groceries. 

Jackson Wm. T., of J. R. Winchell 
& Co., real estate agents. 

Jansen R. W., confectionery. 

Johnson Peter, barber. 

Johnson J. J., of Clayton, Johnson 
& Co. 

Johnson John A., of Thompson and J. 

Johnson & Swanson, (Peter J. & J. 
S.) saloon. 

Johnson Wm., of J. S. Boyer & Co. 

Jones , boarding house, 

Jones George H., real estate and in- 
telligence office. 

Jones T. G., stove maker. 

Jordan & Pitts, (John J. & W. R. 
P.") saddles, harness, leather and 
findings. 

Jourdan & Henson, (John J. and 
Thomas H.) tobacco factory. 

Judge Lackey, boots and shoes. 

Kahl Frederick, saloon and boarding. 

Kansteiner Wm., hardware. 

Kaufman Israel, dry goods. 

Kaup John, groceries. 

Kealey Wm., blacksmith. 

Keightley , physician. 

Kelly Wm. R., of Brown & Kelly. 

Kilian Michael, meat market. 

Kimmell Abraham, music dealer and 
teacher. 

Knoepfel Balthaser, groceries. 



Lackner Miss Louisa, millinery. 
Lackner Wm. C, photographer and 

watch maker. 
Lamb C. L., physician. 
Lamb A. W., lawyer. 
Langdon Geo. J., blacksmith. 

LATHIIOP JOHN L., treasurer H. 

& St. Jo R. R. 
Leach Frederick B., physician. 
League & Saul, (Wm. T. L. & G. M, 

S.) groceries. 
League Wm. T., of Chinn, League 

& Co. 

LENNON JOHN A., of D. Fisher 
& Co. 

Leighton Rev. John, Presbyterian 
clergyman. 

Lewis John B., lawyer. 

Lewis John M., tailor. 

Levering A. R., wholesale and retail 
iron, hardware and agricultural im- 
plements. 

Lilli Adam, produce and groceries. 

Lockhead Andrew, lumber dealer and 
carpenter. 

Lockling F. R., city engineer. 

Lockwood E. A., real estate and no- 
tary. 

Loorais & Ward, (W. H. L. & D. R. 
W.) groceries and brick yard. 

Loudon T. B., of Fry & Loudon. 

Lynch M., shoemaker. 

Maguire John, Sherman House. 

Mallory A. C, barber. 

Mann Wm. B., prop. Penn tobacco 
works and cigars and tobacco. 

Manning 1)., ciirar manufacturer. 

MARSH GEORGE H., of Win- 
chell, Ebert & Marsh. 

Marston J., of J. L. Brickey & Co. 

Martin Richard, marble dealer. 

McAtee C. C. & Co., (McA. & Thos. 
Brice,') dry goods, boots and shoes 
and groceries. 

McAnulty Arthur, saloon. 

McCleery A., prop. Planter's House. 

McCooey Thomas, groceries. 

IMcDanicl Wm., confectionery and 
fancy goods and ice dealer. 

McKnight S. T., of Price & Mc- 
Knigiit. . 

MEAI) CHARLES W., superinten- 
dent Hannibal & St. Jo R. R. 

Meyer Henry F., saloon and dress 
making. 

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MEADOWS & MUNGER, (H. W. 

M. & Wm. A, M.) dealers iu agri- 
cultural implements and seeds. 

Meyers Rev. , Lutheran clergy- 
man. 

Miller C. O., gun smith. 

Miller Catherine, saloon. 

Miller J. D., shoemaker. 

Missouri Lithographic Stone and Mi- 
ning Co. 

Mitchell Joshua, of Chinn, League 
&Co. 

Moncton George, meat market. 

Morehouse C. D., of Stuart & More- 
house. 

Moore John S., millinery and dress 
making. 

Moore Mrs. Josephine, dress maker. 

Morris Israel, clothing. 

Morie Mary, boarding. 

Morrison & Hall, (J. H. M. & Thos. 
H.) general undertakers. 

Morse E., billiard saloon. 

HUNGER WM. A., of Meadows &M. 

MURPHY & BISHOP, (James M. 
& J. B.") livei-y stable. 

National Insurance Co., G. C. Harper, 
secretary. 

Nerlich Harmon, groceries. 

NEWBERRY D. B., local editor 
Hannibal Courier. 

NETTLETON GEORGE H.,^ assis- 
tant superintendent H. & St. Jo 
R. R. 

Nietebock Albert, saloon. 

Norback Henry, meat market. 

North Missouri Daily and Weekly 
Courier, Winchell, Ebert & Marsh, 
editors and proprietors, daily cir- 
culation 400, weekly 3000. 

Norton B. T., physician. 

O'Brien Eugene, groceries and provi- 
sions. 

O'Grady D., boarding house. 

O'Hern J. H., of Donley & O'Hern. 

O'Keef Mary, saloon. 

Oliver & Smith, (S. A. O. & J. H. S.) 
dealers in groceries and hay. 

Owens H. Hugh, groceries. 

Payne Warren, of Drescher & Payne. 

Pettibone A. W., agent for Hixon 
& Co., lumber. 

Picken & Harris, (E. P. & C. H. H.) 
bakery and confectionery. 

Pierce E. H., groceries. 



W. h. RICHARDSON, 

Attorney aii4 CoMsellor at Lai, 

AND 

NOTAKIT PUBLIC, 



Pierson & Best, (J. S. P. & J. A. B.) 
restaurant and confectionery. 

Pierson M. L., notary public and 
book keeper at Courier office. 

PINDELL RICHARD, of Carter 
& Pindell. 

Pitts W. R., of Jordan & Pitts. 

Planter's House, G. W. Storrs & Co. 
proprietors. 

Payne G. B., manufacturer plug to- 
bacco. 

Porter Gilchrist, lawyer. 

Price & McKnight, ( J. B. P. & S. T. 
McK.) planing mill and lumber 
dealers. 

Purnell Charles M., boarding. 

Quealy, Treat & Streeter, ( Wm. J. Q. 
& C. A. T. & J. E. S.) machine 
shop, planing mill and manufactory 
of agricultural implements. 

Quealy Wm. J., foundry. 

Ran John, meat market. 

Reible Jacob, wagon maker. 

Reinheckel Frederick, saloon. 

Reudlen C. A., saloon. 

Rheason Wm., of Clement & Rheason. 

RICHARDSON WM. A., lawyer 
and notary. 

Richmond , broom factory. 

Ridgeway James, umbrella repairer, 
and scissors grinder. 

Riker C. C, of G. W. Storrs & Co. 

Robards & Bryan, real estate agents. 

Robards John L., lawyer. 

Robinson Jesse, of Fenncr & Robin- 
son. 

Roderick & Bro., (S. F. R. & D. H. 
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Rommel Fred, meat market. 

Roth George, cooper. 

Rosenberg A M, clothing, hats, &c. 

Russ John, drugs and groceries. 

Russell Sarah S, bakery and confec- 
tionery. 

Saul G M, of League & Saul. 

Schanbacher Michael, proprietor of 
city brewery. 

Sheidker Barney, cooper. 

Schneider Frank, lime burner. 

Schnitzlein L, soap and candle fac- 
tory. 

Schroeder H H, Bruckman & Co. 

Schrodt Robert, tannery. 

Schultze H C, furniture dealer. 

Seaton L B, queensware and cutlery. 

Seibel Samuel, of Stone & Seibel. 

Settles & Helm, (A J S & C T H) 
clothing. 

Shepherd" Bros, (J B S & T S) gro- 
ceries and hay dealers. 

Sherman Hotel, John Maguire, prop. 

Shields, Ashmore & Co, pork packers. 

Shields Geo H, post master, claim 
agent and notary public. 

Simmons W O, livery stable. 

Sinclair Geo A, wholesale and retail 
groceries. 

Small Godfriet, saloon. 

Smart Geo & Bro, livery stable. 

Smith J H, of Oliver & Smith. 

Smith James J, cooper. 

Smith Jonathan, general store. 

Snyder Peter, blacksmith and wagon 
making. 

Southard & Waller, (L S & F W) 
boots and shoes. 

Sproul J, family groceries. 

Stavely J W & Son, harness, leather 
and findings. 

STATE INSURANCE CO., J J 

Strong, secretary. 
Stevens Benjamin, president National 

Insurance Co. 
Stevens B Q, dentist. 
Stevens E T, watch maker. 
Stevenson D L, of Ewalt & Stevenson. 
Steward James, hatter. 
Stichmann Henry, cooper. 
Stillwell A J, pork and commission. 
Stillwell B, pork and beef packers. 
Stockton E M, dentist. 
Stone Mrs, boarding. 
Streeter Mrs., dress maker. 



Stone & Seibel, (Frank S & Samuel 

S) wagon making and blacksmith- 

ing. 
Storrs G W & Co., prop. Planter's 

House. 
Streeter Joseph E, of Quealy, Treat 

& Streeter. 
STEONG J J, secretary State In- 
surance Co. 
Strong M, of Collins, Breed & Co. 
Stuart & Morehouse, (W P S & C D 

M) manufacturers lime, cement and 

hair. 
Sturtevant Rev. J M, Congregation- 

alist. 
Sullivan Wm, prop. Shamrock House. 
Sultzman John, groceries. 
Suydam L L, Merchant's Union Ex- 
press and Insurance Agent. 
Swayne James, saloon. 
Swonson John, of Johnson & S. 
Theis Adam, real estate agent and 

notary. 
Thompson & Johnson, (R B T & J 

A J) merchant tailors. 
Thompson J, of Wathen & Thompson. 
THORNBIKE CHAS H, physician. 
TILBE S C, prop. Missouri Match 

Works. 
Timberman J R, liquor dealer. 
TOLL ALFRED, of Dorman & Toll. 
TOWNE W L, master mechanic H. 

& St. Jo R. R. 
Treat Cornelius, of Quealy, Treat & 

Streeter. 
Tucker P, merchant tailor. 
Turner A, notary public. 
Ure John & Co., lumber dealers. 
Vail J, prop. Vail Hotel. 
Vanderventer Rev. C I, Methodist. 
Vaubourgh Charles J, groceries. 
Vredenburg A B, U. S. & Am. Ex. 

Agent. 
Waldin C, watches and jewelry. 
Waller Fred sr., shoemaker. 
Warnke & Meredith, (Herman W & 

John D M) tobacco and cigars. 
WATERHOUSE II C, telegraph 

superintendent. 
Wathen & Thompson, (John S W & 

Joseph T) groceries and grain. 
Watson Henry, of Greathouse & W. 
Waugh Mrs. M C, dress making. 
Webb Mrs. N, dress making. 
Wenzel B, boots and shoes. 



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Whiting Bros. & Co., furniture and 

upholstery. 
Wilkinson Frank, merchant tailor. 
^V^iilis Miss J & V, dealers in music 

and musical instruments. 
Wilson Mrs., boarding. 
Wilson Arthur, of Green & Wilson. 
AViJson A E, lawyer. 
Wiison Thomas J, carpenter. 
WINCHELL, EBEKT tV'MAK.SH, 

editors and pubJisliers of North 

Missouri Daily & Weekly Courier. 
WINCHELL JOS R,, of Winchell, 

Ebert & Marsh. 
Wiuchell J R & Co., real estate agts. 
Wise E W, photographer. 
Wollner J F, of Cleaver & Wollner. 
Wol ridge James, barber. 
Woods Edward, wagon making and 

blacksraithing. 
Young Ladies Academy of St. Joseph, 

250 students, 6 instructors. 
Youse W L, of Bellard & Youse. 

Hardin. 

This place is situated in Ray coun- 
ty, nine miles south-east of Richmond, 
the County Seat. The town plat con- 
tains 40 acres, and is on the line of 
the west branch of the North Missou- 
ri R. R., in the Missouri river bottom, 
and is also a shipping point. Prop- 
erty is advancing, and the town al- 
ready contains GOO inhabitants. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Brack Philip, boot and shoemaker. 
Buchanan A H, physician. 
Crutchley Geo C, gen. store. 
Clayton Thomas J, carpenter. 
Dale Samuel, wagon maker. 
Dilland Thos F, post master. 
Fearen E, blacksmith. 
Fitzj^atrick James, saloon. 
Happy elames, miller. 
Hinge Edward, carpenter. 
Hughes B, physician. 
Maple E & Co, flour mills. 
Porteriield Thomas, saloon. 
Snowden Burton, general store. 
Snowdeu H, hotel. 
Simmermaun James D, gen. store. 
Snider B, blacksmith. 
Smidth John, blacksmith. 
Shore Marion, physician. 
Waddell J, blacksmith. 
Yates W F, physician. 



Harlan. 

This is the name of a little place on 
the Missouri river, opposite Kansas 
City. It is in the south-west corner 
of Clay county and on the line of the 
Kansas City and Cameron R. R., it 
being at the northern end of the R. 
R. bridge at that place. The place 
is small and of little importance. 

Harrison City. 

This is marked for a town on the 
map in the centre of Harrison county, 
but it only consists of two houses, in 
a prairie which lays very high and 
rolling, between the forks of Big river. 

Hartford. 

This is a small place in the eastern 
part of Putnam county, in Elm town- 
ship, 10 miles south-east of Union- 
ville, the County Seat. It is about 
seven miles west of the Chariton river. 
Nearest point to river communication 
is at Alexandria, on the Mississippi, 
98 miles east. Its R. R. point is at 
New Cambria, 47 miles south. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Cook John E, post master. 
Crooks Mathew, dry goods. 

Hayana. 

This place is in Miller township, 
on the east bank of the west fork of 
Grand River, near the south east cor- 
ner of Gentry county 11 miles east of 
south of Albany, the County Seat, 
and 25 miles north of Cameron, on 
the Hannibal & St. Jo R. R., and the 
same distance from Osborn, on the 
same road and from St. Joseph it is 
distant 37 miles. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Elam Wm M, general store. 
, flour mill. 

Hawk Point. 

This is the name of a small place 
in Lincoln county, 8 miles due west 
of Troy, the County Seat, and 10 
miles north of Warrenton, on the 
North Missouri R. R. This place is 
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Falmouth, on the Mississippi, 22 
miles from either place. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Kennedy & Kimble, general store. 
Kennedy Alexander, post master. 

Hemme's Lauding. 

This is the name of a place on the 
Missouri river, at the point where the 
line dividing the counties of Atchison 
and Holt strikes the river. It is a 
place of little importance and 10 miles 
south of Rockport. 

Hester. 

A small place in Marion county, 
six miles west of Quincy, Ills., and 
nine miles north of Palmyra, the Coun- 
ty Seat. It is situated betw^een the 
north and south Fabius, and is of lit- 
tle importance. 

Elizabeth Coons, P. M. 

Hiberiiia. 

This is the name of a small place 
on the Missouri river, directly oppo- 
site Jefferson City, in the southern 
extremity of Callaway county, at the 
mouth of Cedar creek. The place is 
20 miles south-west of Fulton, the 
County Seat. Population 120. 
Trades, Professions, &c. 
Collard Thaddeus, post master. 
Davis A P, physician. 
Gregg B S, dry goods. 
Hodges R S, blacksmith. 
Lamkan Wm, saloon. 
Parker E J, saloon. 
Samuel & Chappell, dry goods. 

High Hill. 

A station on the North ^Missouri 
R. R., in Montgomery county, nine 
miles from Danville, the County Seat, 
and 72 from St. Louis by the R. R., 
and contains one saw and flour mill, 
one drug store, three physicians, one 
blacksmith, one wagon maker, four 
general merchants, one justice of the 
peace, one grocery, one saddle and 
harness maker, two carpenters, one 
stove and tin store, two express offices, 
and a good high school. 

Population 400. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Barret Cora, music teacher. 



Bixler Geo W, R R & U S Ex. agt. 

Briscoe R D, physician. 

Biglow & Kimball, hay dealers. 

Briscoe B K, Merchants' U. Ex. agt. 

Camp & Jones, gen. store. 

Conway Edward V, principal High 
School. 

Chapin Wm, post master. 

Clyce Thomas J, general store. 

Forman , physician. 

Furguson J A, general store. 

Hobenich John, blacksmith. 

Hooge John, carpenter. 

Kimble , hotel. 

Lenz M, gen. store and justice. 

Logan Kate, teacher in high school. 

Miller Louis, saw and grist mill. 

Mortz , general store. 

Noble John, shoemaker. 

Nunley Thomas, gen. store. 

Outz , wagon maker. 

Rosenberger Emil, notary. 

Rosenberger Eugene, saddles and har- 
ness, 

Schaell Peter, saloon. 

Sharp Robert, groceries. 

Sharp John, gen. store. 

Sisk S & A, carpenters. 

Smith D B, stoves and tin ware. 

Thomas & Tannehill, druggists, 

Thomas J L, physician. 

, blacksmith. 

, shoemaker. 

Hill's Lauding. 

This is the name of a small place in 
Carroll county on the Missouri river, 
about six miles south of Carrollton, 
the County Seat. 

Hickory Creek. 

This is a small place in the south- 
east corner of Audrain county, oh the 
west fork of Cuiver and 21 miles east 
of Mexico, the County Seat, but it is 
within eight miles of Wellsville, on 
the North Missouri R. R., and 29 
miles south-west of Louisiana, on the 
Mississippi river. Place unimportant. 

Timothy Barney, Post Master. 

Hickory Post. 
This is a small place in the west 
edge of Grundy county, on Hickory 
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ton, the County Seat, and 21 miles 
directl}'- north of Breckonridge, on 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R. PLace small 
and has plenty of room to grow. 
J. M. Graham, Post Master. 

Mitt. 
This is the name of a post office in 
Scotland county, having 

T. J. Hardeman, Post Master. 

Holstciii. 

In Charrette township, in Warren 
county, 14 miles south of Warrenton, 
the County Seat, on the first bluff back, 
about one-half mile, and two miles 
from the Missouri river — ratheraneat, 
clean place. Population 320. 

Trades, Prcrossions, «te, 

Aufderhaar Henry, blacksmith. 
Eckelcamp Joseph, gen. store. 

Freitag , wagon maker, 

Fremont Henry, gen. store, 
German Free Church. 
Haake Fred, shoemaker, 
Hasenjager Adolf, blacksmith. 
Kersten Ernest, gen. store. 
Lehmberg Ernst, gen. store and post 

master, 
Ev. Lutheran Church. 
Oestrich John, shoemaker, 
Ricss Rev Conrad, Lutheran Church. 
Ruge Charles, physician. 
Ruge Julius, physician. 

Simon , wagon maker. 

Springer Y/m., shoemaker, 
, saw and grist mill. 

Honey Gfoyc. 
This is the name of a new post of- 
fice in Worth county — a place of no 
great importance, and name of post 
master unknown. 

Hopewell Academy. 

In Warren county, nine miles south 
of Warrenton, the County Seat, and 
is situated in the bottom and was for- 
merly known by the name of Buzzard 
Roost. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Berger , physician. 

Knopcker Henry, gen. store and post 

master. 
Meyer Henry, gen. store. 
Schoppenhorst Henry, jr, magistrate. 



Howard's Mill. 

This is the name of a small place 
in Nodaway county, on the 102 river, 
eight miles south of Marysville, the 
County seat. The place is 21 miles 
north of Savannah, on the Platte 
Country R. R., its nearest R, R. point. 

Hiiggiiisville, 

This is only a post office in Hug- 
gins township, in Gentry county, sev- 
en miles north of west of Albany, the 
County Seat, and 40 miles north-east 
of St. Joseph. The place is in the 
timber. 

John Huggins, Post Master. 

Hiiglies' Landing. 

This is a small place on the Mis- 
souri river, in the south-east corner of 
Ray county, at the mouth of Crooked 
creek, eleven miles south of east of 
Richmond, the County Seat, Place 
small and of little importance. 

Hiinitewell. 

Shelby county Missouri, on the H. 
& St, Jo. R. R., 35 miles from Quin- 
cy and 16 from Shelby ville, the Coun- 
ty Seat, is situated on section 12, 
township 56 north, range 9 west, in 
the edge of a prairie — timber being 
three-fourths of a mile north and one- 
fourth west and one mile south, and 
to the east nothing but a boundless 
prairie, as far as the eye can reach. 
The country has a descent to Salt 
river, two miles west of this place, and 
affords drainage to an otherwise too 
fiat surface. Population 300. 

David A. Withcrup, Post Master. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

ADAMS R W, boot and shoemaker, 

Byrd , firm of Moore & Byrd. 

Cox J V, firm of J V Cox & Co. 

Cox J V & Co, general store. 

Davis G M, groceries. 

Davis C, physician, 

Davis & Yancey, druggists. 

Donnelly B M, school teacher. 

Doctor & Jaynes, blacksmithing and 

wagon making. 
Doctor M H, firm of D & Jaynes, 
Dunning & Houck, groceries. 
Dunning A, firm of D & Houck. 



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Dunning A H, lawyer, notary and Am. 
Ex. agt. 

Evans Geo B, prop. Evans House. 

Gilmour J C, shoemaker. 

Houck Samuel A, R R agt. and tele- 
graph operator. 

Hickman Wm, eai'penter. 

Janes W, firm of Doctor & J. 

Johnson M C, prop, of the Ilunnev/ell 
House. 

Johnson & Witherup, gen. store. 

Meckes Frederick, barber. 

Montgomery Bros,, ^N W & J S) dry 
goods and boots and shoes. 

Moore & Byrd, harness and saddles. 

Mead John, wheehvright. 

Maddex John, firm of J V Cox & Co. 

O'Daniel &SteeIe, (J O & VE) saloon. 

Soublet Jourdan, blaeksmithing. 

Scratch J & S, carpenters. 

Siggins Samuel W, magistrate. 

Thiehoff A B, gen. store. 

Wells John, harness and saddles. 

Willett C R, saloon. 

Yancey A L, physician. 

York Wm H, physician. 

Himtsville. 
The County Seat of Randolph coun- 
ty, is 60 miles vv^est of north of Jeffer- 
son City, and is on the line of the 
western branch of the North Missou- 
ri R. R., and in a direct line is 136 
miles west of north-west of St. Louis, 
and in the midst of a very pretty 
country. The place presents a pleas- 
ing appearance. It has a neat col- 
lege building, of the Baptist persua- 
sion. The town contains a good court 
house and eleven lawyers, one carpen- 
ter, two hotels, four groceries, six phy- 
sicians, five general stores, two saddle 
and harness dealers, two dentists, three 
shoemakers, two stove stores, two jus- 
tices of the peace, three blacksmiths, 
two saloons, one gunsmith, two cloth- 
ing stores, two notaries, two wheel- 
wrights, one butcher, one college, one 
dry goods, one millinery, one tailor, 
two drug stores, two watch makers, 
one church, one baker}'', one newspa- 
per, one tobacco fiictory, one photo- 
grapher, one livery stable, two confec- 
tioneries and one bank. 

Trades, Prolessions, &c. 

Allen Charles, lawyer. 



Anderson Charles G, carpenter. 

Austin W T, circuit clerk. 

Austin House, Mrs McCampbell prop. 

Austin John H, sheriff. 

Belsher & Wright, (J R B ct G V 
W) groceries & saloon. 

Bibb A L, physician. 

Bibb & Bogie, (W H B & T D B) 
general store. 

Bibb Isaac R, groceries. 

Bibb James G, saddles, harness, gro- 
cereis and magistrate. 

Blair Wm, physician. 

Blunt W F, dentist. 

Bogie T D, of Bibb & Bogie. 

Bohannon W C, physician. 

Brooking R L, lawyer. 

Brown N S, shoemaker. 

Burton Samuel, county judge. 

Burckhartty G H, circuit judge. 

Calhoun V B, stoves and tin ware. 

Carlisle O D, post master and justice. 

Christian John R, lawyer and insur- 
ance agt. 

Cohen John G, of Hainsfurther & M. 

Craven , blacksmith. 

Dawkins Wm, saloon. 

Disciples Church. 

Durmial E L, of Mayo & D, gun- 
smiths. 

Ferguson A J, saddles and harness. 

Flore F B, physician. 

Gillman R G, county treasurer. 

Gooding Joseph, county judge. 

Guy J R & P E, general store. 

Hainsfurther & Cohen, (Meyer H & 
John G C) clothing. 

Hall & Reed, (W A H & Thos R R) 
lawyers. 

Head James D, lawyer and notary. 

Heether L, groceries and saloon. 

Hcymann Moses, of Levy, H & Co» 

Hicks , wheelwright. 

Hicks John A, of Seas & H. 

Horsley & Smith, (Warren H H & 
W R S) general store. 

Hull John R, lawyer. 

Hunt & Wright, (Wm H & G A W) 
billiard saloon. 

Hunter J S, stoves and tin ware. 

Johnston & Ero, meat market. 

Keebaugh S M, shoemaker. 

Kimbrough T B, lawyer. 

Kirby , blacksmith. 



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Lamkin E P, prof, mathematics Mt 

Pleasant College. 
LEMLEY & KUTHERFORD,gen. 

store, 1st door Avest of court house. 

Levy, Heyman & Co, dry goods, hats, 
caps, clothing, boots and shoes. 

Madison Mrs E A, millinery. 

Mayo & Durnial, (Wm M & E L D) 
wagon making and blacksmithing. 

MattheAVS Jesse, tailor. 

McAdoo Joseph, drugs and queens- 
ware. 

McCampbell Mrs, prop, of the Austin 
House. 

McCarty C, watch maker. 

Methodist Church South. 

Meyer Wm, shoemaker. 

Miller Ernst, of Otto & Miller. 

Miller John H, physician. 

Mitchell T R, drugs. 

Mt Pleasant Baptist College, 100 stu- 
dents. 

Otto & Miller, (Christian O & Ernst 
M) bakery and confectionery. 

Peete Geo W, physician. 

Phipps Aleck, editor of the Randolph 
Citizen. 

Porter H M & I B, lawyers. 

Porter I B, of H M & I B Porter, 
notary and insurance agt. 

Randolph Citizen, a weekly newspa- 
per — 500 circulation. 

Reamer B F, Avatch maker. 

Reed Thos B, of Hall & Reed. 

Rice B F, county surveyor. 

Rothwell G F, laAvyer and school com- 
missioner. 

RothAvell Rev Wm, pres't Mt Pleas- 
ant College. 

Rutherford Wm T, tobacco dealer. 

Scott W A, dentist. 

Sears & Hicks, cT S & J A H) pro- 
prietors Randolph House. 

Schafer J C, county clerk. 

Simon , photographer. 

SMITH WM, livery stable, and pro- 
prietor stage line from Allen and 
HuntsA^lle to BrunsAA-ick, via Salis- 
bury and Keytesville — 40 miles. 

STAGE LINE from ALLEN and 
HUNTS VI LLE to GLASGOW, 
Tia. ROANOAKE, 32 miles, daily 
line each Avay on both lines. 

Smith Yf ilson R, of H:orslev & Smith. 

Straley J W, of Wirick &*Straley. 



Stamper D H, justice of peace. 

Taylor W H & G W, gen. store. 

Terrill James, county judge. 

Thompson R W, prop. Randolph Cit- 
izen. 

Tracy M C, laAvyer. 

Wirick J Q, agt. Merchants' Union 
Express. 

Wirick & Straley, ( J Q W & J W S) 
confectionery and fancy groceries. 

Wisdom C & Co, bankers. 

Wisdom W M, of C Wisdom & Co. 

Wright G V, of Belsher & Wright. 

Wright Gideon A, of Hunt & W. 

Hydesburg. 

This is a post office in Ralls coun- 
ty, having for post master John B. 
Brooks. 

latan. 

This is a village in the north edge 
of Platte count)^, on the line of the 
Platte Country R. R., 14 miles north- 
Avest of Platte City, the County Seat. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Abboth Joseph O, trader. 
Alexander Samuel, post master. 
Cookers & Coleman, groceries. 
Cook Thomas, trader. 
Carson John H, trader. 
Dye Thomas J, trader. 
Gedultig & Tilton, blacksmiths. 
Horde A & Son, blacksmiths. 
Kyle & Bro, general store. 
Larry J A, physician. 
LaAvrence John, trader. 
Palmer John, trader. 
Purdy & Co, gen. store. 
Roach & McKee, gen. store. 
Roberts E D, physician. 
Robinson Wm S, trader. 
Smith A G, gen. store. 
Silber Philip, trader. 
Wright G, groceries. 
Wallingford & Co, gen. store. 

Indian Creek. 

This is a village in Monroe county, 
near the Avest side, and about five 
miles south of Monroe, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., its nearest R. R. point. 
The place is favorably situated, 15 
miles north of east of Paris, the Coun- 
ty seat. 

Trades, Prof«»ssion8, &c. 

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Brown Maurice, shoemaker. 
Champpion Stephen, groceries. 
Cregler A J, groceries. 
Knox L P, physician. 
Miles J A, blacksmith. 
Miles J R, post master. 
Skees James, wagon maker. 
Spauldiug W D, blacksmith. 
Yates J D, wagon makei\ 

Industry, 
This is the name of a post office in 
Scotland county, with H. H. Byrne, 
post master. 

lakeriiiaii. 
This is a small settlement in Schuy- 
ler county, six miles south of Lancas- 
ter, the County Seat, on the line of 
the extension of the North Missouri 
R. Rr. It is on the head waters of the 
south Fabius creek, and distant from 
Quincy 70 miles in a north-west di- 
rection. Nearest point on the river, 
Alexandria. Nearest point to R. R., 
ilacon City — 48 miles. 

Irish Grove. 

A small post office in the county 
of Atchison. 

Harvey Williams, P. M. 

Island City. 
This place is in Jackson township, 
near the west side of Gentry county, 
15 miles south-west of Albany, the 
County Seat, and 21 miles north-east 
of Savannah, on the Platte Country 
R. R., the nearest R. R. point. The 
place is on a fork of the Island branch 
of Grand river, and contains a post 
office, one store and saw mill. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Boner John, general store. 
Chilton Z, physician. 
Couch J C, hotel. 
Dayton Z, blacksmith. 
Fisher E, blacksmith, 
Johnson John A, miller. 
Richards Z B, general store. 
Stewart Alex, general store. 
Thompson Julius, post master. 

Jackson's Corners. 
This is a small place in the interior 
of Sullivan countv, ei^ht miles north 



of Milan, the County Seat, to reach 
which place go to LaClede, on the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R., and thence by stage 
via Linneus and Milan. 

Jackson's Mill. 
This is the name of a place in Cal- 
laway county, named after the pro- 
prietor of some mills at the place. 
Jackson Wm J, saw & grist mill. 

Jaekson Point. 
A small place in Holt county, of 
not much importance. 

JacksoiiTllle. 
This is the first place on the North 
Missouri R. R., south of Macon City, 
from which it is distant 11 miles. 
The station is in the north edge of 
Randolph county, and is 10 miles dis- 
tant from Huntsville, the County 
Seat. ^ 

Trades, Professiosss, &<•, 

Cave W J, tailor. 

Connel & Wright, general store, 

Dodson , physician, drugdst and 

MUExagt. 

Jenkins , constable. 

j\IcCanne Tliomas B, N M R R and 

U S Ex agt. 

Music , shoemaker. 

Petty Dr, physician. 

Phipps , groceries. 

Polston R F, magistrate. 
Powell Richard, saloon. 
Powell & McCanne, general store. 
Richmond J G, gen. store. 
Ridgeway Samuel, hotel. 
Skinner Robert, blacksmith. 
Tedford & FSmith, shoemakers. 

James' Point. 

A small place in Daviess county, 

in Grand river township, 10 miles 

from Gallatin, the County Scat. Ship 

to Hamilton, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

Jamestown. 
This is the first station on the Platte 
Country R. R. north of St. Joseph, 
and just north of the Buchanan coun- 
ty line, being about six miles nordi 
of St. Joseph and about four distant 
from the Missouri river. T!io coun- 
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Wholesale Dealer in 

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4S- Residence on Maine Street, between 
«tli and lOtli Streets. 

try is hilly and timbered, containing 
good qviarries of excellent rock. There 
is no town at the place. 

Jay. 

This is only a post office, near the 
north-east corner of Harrison county, 
distant 18 miles west of north of Beth- 
any, the County Seat, and only six 
miles fi-om the Iowa line. 

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Jeffsto^vn. 

is a nick-name given by the 



soldiers during the war, to a side track 
switch for the regular passing of mail 
trains on the North Missouri R. R, in 
Audrain county, seven miles below 
Mexico and 100 miles from St. Louis. 
There is not a single house here — in 
the midst of an almost boundless 
prairie. 

Jolm's Branch. 

This is the name of a small place 
of little importance, in Audrain coun- 
ty, 12 miles east of Mexico, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and near the north-west cor- 
ner of Montgomery county. 

Jonesbupg. 

A village on the Norlh Missouri R. 
R., in the south-east corner of Mont- 
gomery county, 12 miles south-cast, of 
Danville, the County Seat, and 671 
miles from St. Louis and 48 from Jef- 
ferson City. The place is small, in 



the edge of a prairie where it joins 
the timber. Population 220. 

Trades, Prol'cssiouis, &c. 

Camp Josiah, hotel. 

Camp H II, general store. 

Cartwright L T, groceries. 

Child Wm, mill. 

Cop & Godfrey, general store. 

Farrow John P, gen. store. 

Godfrey Henry, wagon making and 

blacksmithing. 
Hess Allen H, gen. store. 
McKay Samuel, physician. 
Miller John H, hotel. 
Stubbs John, N M R R & U S Ex. 

agent. 

Jones' Post Office. 

On the Missouri river, directly op- 
posite Iowa Point, in the county of 
Holt, is a place marked Jonespos, 
which answers for the place of our 
description. It is only seven miles 
from Oregon, the County Seat, and 
at the entrance of a small stream into 
the Missouri. 

Jones' Tan Yard. 

This is the name of a place on Mud- 
dy creek, in Callaway county, 8J 
miles north-east of Fulton, the County 
Seat, and 15 miles south-east of Mar- 
tinsburg, on the North Missouri R R, 
to which place ship, and 29 miles 
north-east of Jeflerson City. Itsnear- 
est point to the Missouri river is at 
St. Aubert, 15 miles distant. 

Judson. 

This is a small place in Sullivan 
county, to reach which go to LaClede, 
on the H & St Jo R R, and thence 
north by stage, or from the east by 
stage from Kirksville. 

Population 100. 

Tr de»y Professions. &c. 

Boswick J N, general store. 
Crompacker D, miller. 
Ingham John, physician. 
Millard A A, gen. store. 
Robberts J P S, ])hysician. 

Kalioka. 

The County Seat of Clark county. 

TrM*!*"!*, I'ro To visions, &c. 

Bostic Geo, general merchant. 



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Boyd D, blacksmith. 

Bri£^-gs A E, carpenter. 

BUSH S E, lawyer. 

Cohagan W, general merchant. 

Gilhousen Fred, mason. 

Gilhousen J, mason. 

Gilhousen John, teacher. 

Gram G, gen. merchant. 

Jordan W, gen. store. 

Kelly I, hotel. 

Kimble W, gen. store. 

Kramblin John, carpenter and post 

master. 
Mallet M, groceries. 
Merritt C, carpenter. 
Myres D, physician. 
Row P, carpenter. 
Samson Geo, blacksmith. 
Williams P, mason. 

Kendall. 

This is a small place in Clay coun- 
ty, 10 miles north of Liberty, the 
County Seat, on a stream called Fish- 
ing river. It is not more than six 
miles east of the line of the Kansas 
City and Cameron R. R., and a place 
of not much importance. 

KeytesYille. 

It is quite an old place, and, as its 
name indicates, was originally called 
after James Keyte, one of the old set- 
tlers of Chariton county, who laid off 
the town, on its present site, about the 
year 1832. Kcyte put up the first 
house that was built here. It was a 
log structure, and the remains may 
now be seen on the brow of the hill 
overlooking the Murcle fork. A little 
shanty liad previously been built under 
the hill, on the edge of the creek ; 
but Keyte's building was the first 
substantial structure of the town. 

On the 6th of March, 1820, Missou- 
ri was admitted into the Union as a 
State ; and on the 9th of July, in the 
same year, the convcnLion accepted 
the terms of the act of admission. 

Never since I have known tliis 
place has it shown so much vitality 
as at present. The spirit of improve- 
ment seems really alive here. New 
buildings are springing up all around, 
old ones are being newly repaired, 



and new life is being infused into all 
kinds of business. What breath is 
being blown upon tliese dry bones, is 
not an enquiry now up for settle- 
ment. I have my own ideas about it, 
but must forego their expression un- 
til some more favorable opportunity. 

We have four dry goods establish- 
ments in operation here. Wm. E. Hill 
has refitted his store-room, and it \b 
now one of the handsomest in town. 
Thomas Dougherty occupies the cor- 
ner formerly kept by Jas. R. Horse- 
ly ; Jeff. Moorman is still lower down ; 
and Heyman, Levy & Co. are next to 
him. Most persons would be sur- 
prised to see the amount of trade these 
stores are doing. They sell a large 
quantity of goods every year. We 
also have a first class drug store, kept 
by Messrs. Bateman & Carman, at 
the old stand of John R. Hyde & Co. 
Gaston & Price have a fancy grocery 
store ; Hurt, a "corner grocery ;" and 
Dan. Kellogg one of the same sort, 
not exactly on the corner. A good 
hotel, kept by Mackcy, and known as 
the Chariton House, completes our 
list of business establishments. The 
trades are all very ^vell represented, 
though a few more would do no harm. 

Of public institutions vv'e have a 
moderate sliare. A Masonic Lodge 
is in good working order here, and 
lias quite a respectable membership. 
We also have a lodge of Good Temp- 
lars, a young men's Debating Club, a 
ladies' Social Circle and a Glee Club, 
all kept up with interest and well at- 
tended. 

Our great lack is in church edifices. 
The Presbyterian Church has been re- 
paired and painted, and is now used 
by all the congregations worshiping 
here. The Methodist Episcopal 
Church, usually called Northern 
ISIethodist, is regularly supplied with 
a preaclicr, who appeal's to be doing- 
all ho can to save souls. Tlie South- 
ern Methodist Church has been taken 
for a Court-house, and, from present 
appearances, will not soon be occu- 
pied by its legitimate congregation. 

Our public school is one of the most 
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REFERENCES: 

JO'-IIAn TUTNT, Prsid'^nt Bsnk, nann'hal. 
C. W. i!EAI>. Snpt. H. k St. Jo. K. R., do. 
A. W. LA VIB, Er..]., - - . _ do. 
E. 0. STA^ARD & CO., St. Louis. 



Corner Main and Broadway, 

HANNIBAL, MO. 



districtpurchased the Key tes ville Sem- 
inary, not long since, and a good 
school is now kept up in it. Mr. Burr, 
the teacher, appears to be Avell quali- 
fied for the position, and is building 
up a reputation for the school. Pub- 
lic readings are given by the pupils 
every Friday evening, which I con- 
sider very useful to them and inter- 
esting to the public. 

I neglected to mention the profes- 
sions in their proper place, but your 
readers v;ill know how to excuse this 
oversight, when I tell them I am not 
an adept in this business of descrip- 
tive writing. Crawley & Ilolcorab, 
Capt. B. M. Veatch and Andy Mack- 
ey represent the legal profession ; and 
the profession of medicine is ably rep- 
resented in Drs. Grinstead, Rucker, 
Dewey and Jeter. 

Quite a number of new buildings 
have been put up, and there are still 
some going up, mostly dwellings. Our 
fine court house is getting along very 
•well. The brick work will soon be 
done, and the building covered in. 
When completed it will be one of the 
finest structures of the kind in the 
State outside of St. Louis. How it 
came to be built on so magnificent a 
scale, at a time when the county was 
so badly in debt, will form an inter- 
esting subject for future generations. 

Thus much I have truthfully said 
of tlie present prospects of Keytes- 
ville. When it is added that it is 
pleasantly located, and well situated 



for good health, surrounded by as fine 
farming lands as can be found any- 
where, sufllciently near the railroad 
to put us in communication with the 
outside world, and the trading point 
for a large number of the most thrifty 
farmers in the county, even Bruns- 
wick may look to its laurels. 
Population 400. 

TTrades, Professions, &c, 
Bateman & Caeman, drugs, &-c. 
Crawley & Holcomb, lawyers. 

Dewey , physician. 

Dougherty Thomas, dry goods. 
Gaston & Price, general store. 

Grinstead , physician. 

Heyman F & Co, gen. store. 
Heyman, Levy & Co, dry goods. 
Hill Wm E, dry goods. 

Hurt , groceries. 

Hyde John & Co, drugs. 

Jeter , physician. 

Kellogg & Young, groceries. 
Mackey A, hotel & lawyer. 
Moorman J T, gen. store. 
Presbyterian Church. 

Rucker , physician. 

Tippett John P, blacksmith. 
Veatch B M, lawyer. 
Ward W, saddlery. 

Kidder. 

On the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 43 miles 
east of St. Joseph, in Caldwell coun- 
ty, 12 miles from Kingston, the Coun- 
ty Seat, situated in the midst of a 
beautiful prairie which heaves its roll- 
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every direction that the eye can pen- 
etrate, while beautiful farm houses, 
painted white, gleam in the distant 
lansdcape, and at the village may be 
seen neat and tasty cottages. The 
place is not large, but it is promising. 
Population 300. 

Tradeis, Professions, &c. 
Allen Edmund, real estate agt. 

Carlo , wheelwright. 

Chubbuck Geo D, general store. 

Dyke J V, shoemaker. 

Kinney P S, gen. store and post mas- 

KID'dER house, Wm H Lacy, 
proprietor. 

LACY WM H, prop. Kidder House. 

Munsell Wm, blacksmith. 

Norton P H, druggist and physician. 

Perkins G G, Congregational clergy- 
man. 

Pierson J M, bakery and confection- 
ery- 
Rice A W, furniture, agricultural im- 
plements and notary public. 

Thompson J G, clergyman. 

Walker M L, general store. 

Wyman C F, H & St Jo, Am Ex & 
telegraph agt. 

Kiddville. 

This is a small place in Penn town- 
ship, in Sullivan county, 9^ miles 
north-east of Milan, the County Seat, 
on the head waters of Yellow creek. 
Nearest point on K. R. St. Catherine, 
31 miles south. Population 80. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Buxton J, general store. 
Martin J K, gen. store. 
Shuster , gen. store. 

King City. 
This place is in Jackson township. 
Gentry county, 20 miles south-west of 
Albany, in a nice rolling prairie, con- 
taining a post office, a store and a 
blacksmith. Population 100. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Barrel James M, general Store. 
Brett & Bonnel, gen. store. 
Brett Polly, post mistress. 
Pittsenbarger John, blacksmith. 
Pitsenberger Marion, hotel. 



Kingston. 
This is the County Seat of Cald- 
well county, situated v/ithin about four 
miles of the center of the county and 
nine miles west of south of Hamilton, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and 123 
miles north-west of Jefibrson City. Its 
nearest point on the Missouri river is 
at Camden, 27 miles south. 

TrsijSes, Professions, &e. 

Davis A C, drugs, &c. 
Hassick George, general store. 
McKinnie J P, gen. store. 
Mack Augustus, saddler. 
Ray Jason, saloon. 
Woodward L C, gen. store. 

KirksTille. 

The capital of Adair county, is sit- 
uated on the line of the North Mis- 
souri R. R., 160 miles from St. Louis. 
It contains seven churches, viz : Meth- 
odist Episcopal, Protestant Method- 
ist, Old School Presbyterian, Cumber- 
land Presbyterian, one Free Will 
Baptist, one Disciples, one academy 
and eight lower schools, one Masonic 
Lodge, No. 105, one lodge of I. O. O. 
F., one lodge. No. 48. I. O. G. T., and 
saw mill, lath mill, brewery, black- 
smith shops, carpenter shops and oth- 
er mechanical shops of various kinds. 
For soil, climate and healthfulness, 
Adair county cannot be excelled. 

Population 1500. 

A Morris, Post Master. 

Trades, Profchaion«, &v. 

Ammerman W H & P, plasterers. 

Armstrong Harry, plasterer. 

Armstrong John, plasterer. 

Arnold O C, carpenter. 

Ancill Petei% carpenter. 

Asher & Lane, druggists. 

Barrow & Millan, cB G B & H F M) 
lawyers. 

Bell & Turner, saloon. 

Baird David, marble dealer. 

Baird William, cashier in bank. 

Baird Miss Sue, milliner. 

Baura Joseph, dry goods and cloth- 
ing. 

Baura Ludwig, merchant tailor. 

Beeman O H, blacksmith. 

Boyd Rev J S, O S Presbyterian. 



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Brewington D W & Bros, (D W, Geo 

R, & James) dry goods, saddles and 

harness and shoes. 
Brown & Fitch, boots and shoes. 
Brown B H, physician. 
Brown Peter, saddles and harness. 
Bryson W K, physician. 
CORY &^BRINKEliHOOF, (Caut 

C & S S B) lawyers. 
City Hotel, J S Loring, prop. 
Cooly K, Baptist clei'gyman. 
Coop J, groceries. 
Calder Mrs, prop. Calder House. 
Dorsey Thomas, plasterer. 
Dillon & Burton, livery stable. 
Dodson J B, state senator. 
Darlington «Jt Gill, props. Knoxville 

Journal. 
Dodds H H, Methodist clergyman. 
Dodson & Risdon, lawyers. 
Darrow Edward, sheritF. 
Dougherty David, prop, of North Mo 

Hotel. 
Eckes & Edwards, livery stable. 
Eldridge Geo, shoemaker. 
Evans James, house and sign painter. 
Everhart Geo, v/agon maker. 
Furrow Samuel, painter. 
Frankenbcrg Geo, painter. 
Frankcnberg Frank, painter. 
Farrow & Nell* billiards and saloon. 
Fonts Samuel, eating saloon. 
Greenstreet Thomas, carpenter. 
Grigsby Jessie, carpenter. 
Green T E, painter. 
Gardner John, carpenter. 
Gates E O, circuit clerk. 
Ghormley J A, city attorney. 
Gregg Andrew, county justice. 
Griggs AV L, lawyer. 
Griffin & Swett, photographers. 
Garrett R A & Son, livery stable. 
Grimm G Vi, groceries. 
Gill Wm, editor Kirksville Journal. 
Goodson Solomon, meat market. 
Hanna Henry, barber. 
Harlan W B & Bro, stoves and tin 

ware. 
Harrington & Cover, lawyers. 
Hart A, dry goods. 
Harris Robert, gunsmith. 
Heysor W H, wagon maker. 
Hooyer John H, saddles and harness. 
Hinklcy C B, lawyer. 
Hanks Josepli, blacksmith. 



Hawn M W, carpenter. 

Ilgenfritz Geo & Co, groceries. 

Ilgenfritz Jacob L, shoemaker. 

Ivie Julia, prop. Union Hotel. 

Jamison J, magistrate. 

Jillett Stephen, carpenter and wagon 
maker. 

Jennings James, carpenter. 

Jamieson J G, hardware and furniture. 

Jacobs & Rogers, bakery and confec- 
tionery. 

Kimble Charles, carpenter. 

Kennedy Miss M A, milliner and 
dress maker. 

Kernodle, H G, agricultural imple- 
ments. 

Kirksville Journal, a v>'eekly paper, 
published bv Darlington & Gill. 

Kirksville Lodge, No. 105, A F & 
AM. 

Binder Andrew, representative. 

Link Lewis, assistant county clerk. 

Loring J L, prop. City Hotel. 

Lucas James, shoemaker. 

Lawson E H, Disciples Church. 

Law F P, notary public. 

Lane & Williams, druggists. 

Leach Joshua, Methodist clergyman. 

Lough W, physician. 

McAulifi' John, carpenter. 

MacKay & Stewart, dry goods. 

Mears John B, notary public. 

McDonald M C, blacksmith. 

Millen H F, lawyer. 

Miller R, magistrate. 

Merrill & Trout, photographers and 
painters. 

Morris J H, instirance and claim agt. 

Nicholls, Chesterfield, blacksmith. 

Nason W P, teacher. 

North Missouri Hotel, David Dough- 
erty, proprietor. 

Orr David, carpenter. 

Pierce A S, physician. 

Pierce Ed & Son, physicians and 
druggists. 

Pierce I D, dentist. 

Pierce & Griggs, (D C P & Jo G) real 
estate. 

Parsells & Knight, dry goods. 

Pickler John A, local ed Kirksville 
Journal. 

Pickler George & Son, groceries. 

Pollock Geo S & Bros, undertakers 
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Quintell Peter, carpenter. 

Parks George, family grocery. 

Public Hall, Sherwood prop. 

Porter W T, lawyer. 

Powers & Asher books and jewelry 
and photographers. 

Riugo & Caskey, dry goods. 

Reed M L, dry goods. 

Rogers Wm, county justice. 

Reid T B, jailor. 

Richter & Co, druggists. 

Risdon A D, notary public. 

Royal W W, physician. 

Smith & Law, real estate and insur- 
ance agts. 

Shibley John, county justice. 

Samuels & Carroll, dry goods. 

Sloan Noah, bai'ber. 

Sherwood A & Co, dry goods and U 
S Ex agts. 

Smith & Hanks, blacksmithing. 

Scott James, carpenter. 

Scott Walter, bakery. 

Stebbins & Porter, bankers. 

Smith A F, wagon maker. 

Smith & Saner, brewery. 

Tull H M, carpenter. 

Union Hotel, Julia L Ivie, prop. 

Voorhies & Rowlison, carpenters. 

AVillis R B, constable. 

Willard A P, druggist and physician. 

Wears D, merchant tailor. 

Willis & Williams, grocers. 

Williams & Dennis, real estate dealers. 

Willis & Weber, hardware. 

Ward J W, groceries. 

Wilcox E, groceries. 

Wyatt A, saloon. 

Williams James, plasterer. 

KnoxTille. 

This is the name of a small village 
in Ray county, 12 miles north of 
Richmond, the County Seat, situated 
on beautiful table land between the 
middle and east fork of Crooked 
creek, 15 miles north of Camden, on 
the Missouri river, its nearest point, 
and 21 i miles south of Hamilton, on 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R., its nearest 
point to that road. 

Traden^ Professions, &c. 

Burgess Samuel, general store. 
Grimes & Van Zant, gen. store. 
Parker Ephraim, saloon. 



Shimmins Thomas, blacksmith. 
Tiffin & Clayton, gen. store. 
White Oscar, saloon. 
Wright Jacob W, gen. store. 

La Belle. 

This is the name of a little place in 
the west part of Lewis county, on a 
branch of the north Fabius river, 
nine miles west of Monticello, the 
County Seat, and 20 miles west of 
Canton, on the Mississippi river, its 
nearest point. Is 27 miles north-west 
of Quincy. Population 80. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Calhoun Thomas, blacksmith. 
Haldeman James, general store. 
Musgrove James M, physician. 
Triplett Wm, post master. 

La Clede. 

A fiourishiug town, (incorporated,) 
on the H. & St. Jo, R. R., 109 miles 
west of the Mississippi river, 97 miles 
east of St. Joseph, situate in Linn 
county, (Linneus County Seat, 6 miles, 
N.,") contains two churches — Method- 
ist Episcopal and Congregationalist — 
one drug store, one furniture store, 
one harness store, six dry goods and 
groceries, one grocery store, three law- 
yers, four practicing physicians, two 
saloons, one tin ware and stove store, 
two blacksmiths and wagon makers, 
three hotels and station of H. & St. 
Jo. R. R. Timber from one-half to 
three miles in every direction. First 
settled in 1856. Population 800. 

This town is beautifully situated on 
high, rolling prairie, well watered and 
a healthy location. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Addison Wm P, painter. 

Ballard W R, carpenter. 

Bean Julia, millinery. 

Childress Elisha, shoemaker. 

Cowles John B, of Davis & Cowles. 

Dashner John, blacksmith. 

Davis & Cowles, stoves and tin ware. 

Dick James, meat market. 

Earl George, carpenter. 

Elliott O W, shoemaker. 

FELT & SEATON, (Peter F & Jas 

A S) dealers in furniture. 
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HAWKINS H E, H & St Jo and 

Am Ex agt. 

Havens , carpenter. 

Hewett Jacob, prop. Missouri House. 

Hobbs L A, millinery. 

Hurlbut John }3, constable. 

Hutchinson S C, carpenter. 

Jones E A, millinery. 

Kennedy O F, carpenter. 

Krautz M & Co, saloon and bowling 

alley. 
Larame Milton, of Mitclieli & L. 
Lodge No. 227, A F & A M. 
Lomax John, mayor of town. 
Lomax V/m, phy;-ician 
Mangrove Edward, livery stable. 
McCreadv Wm, saddles and harness. 
MITOMELL &;LAMME, (R W M 

& M L i druggists. 
Moore Samuel, i>rop. Central House. 
Parrish Arch, of Reynolds & P. 
Pershing John F, general store, post 

master and lumber dealer. 
Poison J, physician. 
Porter tt Hurlbut, meat market. 
Porter W J, magistrate. 
Quinton , carpenter. « 



Read A H, carpenter. 

Reid James, boarding house. 

Reynolds & Parrish, cJohn R & A P) 
blacksmiths. 

Reynolds & P.umwell, (J L R & J D 
1V\ groceries. 

Rhodes , carpenter. 

Risdon A, carpenter. 

Robinson C M, physician. 

IIOGERS WM, of P_D Schrock & Co. 

Rosen & Rich, clothing. 

SCHROCK P B & CO, general mer- 
chants and forwarding and com- 
mission. 

SCHROCK R L, of P D S & Co. 

Seward Rev E B, Congregational eh. 

Seymour L, of N Slosson & Co. 

Shook S, physician. 

Slosson N & Co, gen. store. 

Smith Wm, painter. 

Spencer Thomas, general store. 

Stone C A, lawyer and notary. 

Tracy E M, gen. store. 

Welsh J H, of M Krantz & Co. 

Welsh J M, dry goods and groceries. 

AVelsh T J, prop, of the Bell House. 

Wilson John H, saloon. 



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LaGraiige. 

This is a river town in Lewis coun- 
ty, 10 miles above Quincy, on tiie 
Mississippi river, Jind 115 miles south- 
east of Monticclio, the County iSeat. 
The place is very beautifully situa- 
ted, at a point Avhero the bluff from 
the west approaches the river, for the 
first place in about thirty miles, and 
as it bends inward, presents a curve 
of graceful beauty in its verdant sum- 
mer foliage, to the eye of the traveler, 
on any of the floating palaces, as he 
is wending his way northV'.ard on the 
majestic father of rivers. l^aGrange 
i3.in no danger of overflows as she 
sits high enthroned on her everlast- 
ing hilis of limestone, and she indeed 
presents a lovely a})pearance, with her 
white f3pires and her neat cottages, 
embowered in shady groves and the 
ever green slopes of her hill sides. 
The place contains four lawyers, one 
hank, six physicians, one vineyard, six 
groceries, two dealers in agricultural 
implements, two stoves and tin ware, 
three shoemakers, five cai'penters, 
three wagon makers, one distillery, 
eight general stores, two livery sta- 
bles, two butchers, one undertaker, 
four blacksmiths, four saloons, one 
college, two churches, one photograph- 
er, one harness maker, one fanning 
mill, three coopers, two saw mills, one 
brewery, five preachers, two hotels, 
one confectionery, one books and sta- 
tionery, two ice dealers, two notaries, 
three insurance agents, one dress ma- 
ker, one wool carding, three milliners, 
three boarding liouses, two lumber 
yards, one nursery, one tobacco facto- 
ry, two druo-gists, one hay press, &c. 

Population 2100. 

Trades, ProJ^-xsJons, «fcc. 

Alverson I B, lawyer and president of 
LaGrange Saving Bank. 

Avery Lafayette, physician. 

Bartlett J L, vineyard and fruit grower 

Bohon J J, groceries. 

Bohon T B, agricultural implements, 
stoves and tin ware, and agt Keo- 
kuk Packets and Am Ex. 

Bollering Thomas, shoemaker, 

Bushman John, shoemaker. 

Bohon W S, carpenter. 



Bohon & Barker, carpenters. 
Beckett & Buckley, (H L B & J P B) 

wagon makers. 
Boswood James, plasterer. 
BRINKMAN FllEI), gen. store and 

livery stable. 
Beri-y Benjamin, meat market. 
Bohon Wm J, stone mason. 
Barker K L, undertaker. 
Brouenburg & Lightner, blacksmiths. 
Brouenburg John, saloon. 
Clarkson l)r, distillery. 
Cook Rev J F, pres't LaGrange Male 

and Female College, and pastor of 

Baptist church. 
Coulson Wm, photographer. 
Craig John S, blacksmith. 
Calioon & Wcrly, shoe and harness 

makers. 
CASiOlAN J M, prop, of flour mill, 

general store and cooper shop. 
Cannon Ed, groceries. 
Connelly & Towles, physicians. 
Coulson Wm sr, saw mill. 
Conrad Peter, saloon. 
Dasbach Henry, brev/ery & groceries. 
BAY SAMUEL J, lawyer. 
Denton Rev, Baptist. 
Dehart Elijah, plasterer. 
Diver C R, prop. Tremont House. 
, Diver M R, livery stable, and prop. 

stage line west. 
Dunlap Rev, Presbyterian. 
Elphiek Sauiucl, saloon. 
Elphick Mrs, confectionery. 
Fowler Joseph, post master and books 

and stationery. 
Ferris & jNIarks, carpenters. 
Foley George, ice dealer. 
Fowior James T, physician. 
Friel James, saloon. 
Glore Solomon, blacksmith. 
Graff Chris, wagon maker. 
Glover John M, lawyer. 
Hipkins John, brick layer. 
Hamilton A, lawyer and notary. 
Hanley Rev, Methodist church. 
Hiter Sarah, dress maker. 
Hardesty Frank S, druggist. 
Hudson & Wilson, druggists. 
Hutton & Jarrett, carpenters. 
Hartman F C, wool carding. 
Hooper J, flour and feed. 
Hutton Sl Poague, general store. 
Hitcr M L, prop, of Missouri House. 
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HAY J A, cashier. 

HAY J A & CO, S B &U S Asses- 
sor and raal est.ita dealers. 

Hagood J N, iusurance agt. 

Howe C H, prop. "LaGrange Ameri- 
can." 

Hollan Patrick O, painter. 

HAY,SIMPSON & CO,porkpackers. 

Jeter Mrs, boarding house. 

Johnston John T, dealer in hay. 

Koc-h Wm, gen. store. 

Koch Louis F, city clerk. 

Lewis Samuel, boarding house. 

Lieser Fred, ice dealer. 

Lehman Mrs, millinery. 

Mason t& Lofton, groceries. 

Masters Benjamin, watches and jew- 
elry. 

McAfee John C, prop, of LaGrange 
Nursery. 

Mason Mrs, millinery. 

McChesney Henry, boarding house. 

Martin Robert, wagon maker and 
blacksmith. 

McLean G W, cooper. 

Meyer Zachary, stone mason. 

North JMiss, millinery. 

Oyster D K, lumber, saw and planing 
mill. 

Olds tt Simpson, groceries. 

Pollock Jacob, groceries. 

Bryce Thomas, insurance agt and no- 
tary public. 

Quisenbcrry A, dry goods, hats, caps, 
boots and shoes, and queensware. 

Reading W M, assistant U S assessor. 

Richardson Thomas, general store. 

Rodah Fred, lime burner. 

Reveley M P, pork packer. 

Shannon George, brick manufacturer. 

Sam stag Mrs, furniture. 

Shepard Adam, cooper. 

Shepard Rev Thos, Christian church. 

Stubble Rev, Methodist church. 

Schneider O, general store. 

Stotts & Howland, lumber. 

Sayer Michael, meat market. 

Stefien ^lathis, barber. 

Summers & Christie, physicians. 

Todd Rev, Methodist. 

TOWLES A L, physician. 

Thrclkcld Thomas, gen. store. 

Van Nest A Clarkson, physicians. 

Windsor Jas, cigar manufacturer. 

Wattman & Shepherd, carpenters. 



Worthington J B, hay press. 
Wright & Willis, stoves, tin ware and 

agricubural implements. 
Williams W Y & Co, tobacco factory^ 
Wagner David, judge of the supreme 

court of state. 
Wyaconda Lodge, No. 24, Masonic. 
Lafayette Lodge, No. 20, Odd Fellows^ 
Lodge Good Templars. 

Lakeland. 

This is a small place in the north- 
west corner of Shelby county, IG miles 
north of west of Shelby ville, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and 10 miles north of Clar- 
ence, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., its 
nearest R. R. point. 

Lakenan. 

A station on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 
in the southern edge of Shelby coun- 
ty, 40 miles from Quincy. It contains 
one store, a school house and a few 
deserted buildings. Several were de- 
stroyed here during the war. The 
place is on sections tj and 7, township 
56 north, range 9 west. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Stribling , carpenter. 

Van Pelt , general store. 

, post master. 

LaMar Station. 

A small place in Nodaway county» 
named after the proprietor of the 
place, John M. LaMar, jr., who keeps 
at this place a general store. 

Lancaster. 

The County Seat of Schuyler coun- 
ty, is situated pleasantly on a fine 
rolling prairie, 129 miles a little west 
of north of Jefferson City, near the 
line of the extension of the North 
Missouri R. R. and only 12 miles 
south-west of the proposed Quincy and 
Northwestern Railway, and about 
eight miles east of the Chariton river. 
Its nearest point to the Mississippi 
river is at Alexandria, 54 miles a lit- 
tle south of east. The place contains 
a good court house and a Masonic 
Hall, and two churches — one Meth- 
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and couiains a populations of about 
COO souls. 

Trades, IProO-ssionSj &c. 

Baker John, circuit clerk. 

Baker Moses, county treasurer. 

Baker D, county judge. 

Baker M, cabinet maker. 

Baker A J, lawyer. 

Bunch David, physician. 

Baker, Cutler & Co, real estate agts. 

Baker & Lambert, Druggists. 

Cross J, hotel. 

Davis H, county judge. 

Evans II, painter. 

Feliou A M, county clerk. 

French E & Co, gen. store. 

Fenlon J F. gen. store. 

Foose A J, photographer. 

Ferrell W, tannery. 

Fredrich C, stoves and tin ware 

Griggs W, blacksmith. 

Grant E, carpenter. 

Gildard &, Figiry, gen. store. 

Hathaway S W, represcnLativc. 

Hays W B, gen. store. 

Hughes F T, insurance agw and law- 
yer. 

Jones T B, druggist. 

Karns H, gunsmith. 

Lecdom A, tailor. 

Lambert W S, physician. 

Lancaster Excelsior, a weekly news- 
paper — circulation 500. 

McCandless R, hotel. 

Melvin & Baker, gen. slorc. 

MELVIN GEOllGE, post master. 

McGoldrich J, lawyer. 

Roberts D, county judge. 

Royer A, boot cfc shoe dealer. 

Rhodes J, carpenter. 

Ray James, lawyer. 

Ghelton J N, probate judge. 

Starrett W H, grocer. 

Bteel &> Thomson, blacksmith. 

Shafcr Wm, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

Sizemorc W D, constable. 

Steel W H, justice of the peace. 

Snoddy John, la.vyer. 

Sizemorc & Hooyer, saddles and har- 
ness. 

"Williams O, clergyman. 

Land Mark. 
Tills is a small place in the cast 



part of Howard couuty, in Moniteau 
township, 10 miles east of Fayette, 
the County Sea';, and nine miles north 
of Rocheport, on the Missouri river. 

La Plata. 

This place is on the lino of the ex- 
tension of the North Missouri R. R., 
in Ma:on county, very near the iiorLh- 
eru line, and disiant 19 miles north cf 
Macon City. It is 70 miles nearly 
due west of LaGrange. This is in a 
very fine section of country. 

Population about 140. 

Trad*-!", Prcff!«!»l uis, &c. 

Baum Daniel, gen. store. 
Campbell T C, gen. s'.orc. 
Layman J, dry goods and groceries. 
Olds & Siples, gen. store. 
SalLmarsh & Davidson, gen. store. 
Sax ton Mrs. G A, gen. store. 

Laport. 
This is the name of a small place in 
Macon couuLy, of not much business 
importaucc. 

'FVitiivs. Profi>ssiosis, &c. 

Tree James, general store. 

Laura. 
This is a country post office, near 
the north-west corner of Scotland coun- 
ty, 10 miles north-west of Memphis, 
the County Seat, and not over two 
miles south of the louLe of the Quincy 
and Northwestern Railway, its dis- 
tance fram the Mississippi 45:'- miles 
from Alexandria, the nearest point. 

Lead Creek. 
A country post office in the north- 
east corner of Montgomery county, 
near the Culver river, and 18 miles 
north-east of Danville, the County 
Seat. Ship to Montgomery City, the 
nearest R. R. point. Nearest point 
on the river at Clarksvillc, 28 miles. 

Liberty. 

The County Scat of Clay county, is 
situated on the line of the extension 
of the west branch of the North Mis- 
souri R. R. near the south side of the 
county, about four miles fi'om Iho 
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CLOAKS AND ilLLiNERY GOODS, 

24 TGurlh Street, 

North of the ist JN[ational Bank., 



m- Trade Supplied at CHIO.^00 DPI^^IOES. 



and 132 miles north of v/csL of Jeflcr- I 
Eon City, and 12 miles from Kansas 
City in a norta-eastcrn direction, and 
42 miles cast of 8outli of St. Joseph. 
The place contains eight general mer- 
chants, three drug stores, two book 
etores, one foundry and machine shop, 
six gro:;ery stores, four stove and tin 
sLorcs, two hotels, three carriage and 
v/a'^on makers, two blacksmiths, one 
shoemaker, one lumber dealer, three 
banks, four juitices of the peace, two 
"woolen mills, one saw mill, one gun- 
Bmith, three furniture dealers, one 
boot and slioe store, one clothing store, 
cue dry goods, one millwright, two 
livery stables, tiiree coufcGtioucrs, live 
lav/ycrs, three tailors, two colleges, 
one bakery, three notaries public, one 
newspaper, two auctioneers, one in- 
surance agent, one harness maker, 
&c. Population 1530. 

'ffradoa, Pri»l'Ssioiis, <5:c. 

Adkins R S, general store. 
Arthur & Miller, gcu. store. 
Alien T T, drugs and books. 
Armstrong J J, foundry and machine 

shop. 
Armstrong & His, grocei-ies ^^^c stoves. 
Baxter & Wymore, groceries. 
Baxter John, hotel. 
Bartlett, Elliott & Burns, carriages. 
Bartlctt M H, carriage maker. 
Berry John, blacksmith. 
Bishop August, shoemaker. 
■Bishop W T, gen. store. 
Bradford L, stoves and tin ware. 
Bright James C, gen. store. 



Brining William, county clerk. 

Bryant Jesse E, lumber dealer and 
pres't of trustees of William Jewell 
College. 

Calhoun A J, pres't of Commercial 
Savings Bank. 

Clay CoauLy Savings Association. 

Chrisman John, magistrate. 

Comai^rcial Savings Bank. 

Corbin, Everett & Jagger, woolen and 
saw mill. 

Dale T E & Co, woolen factory. 

Bearing M, hotel. 

Denny tt Petty, gen. store. 

Dickson Moses, gunsmith. 

Edwards J, furniture. 

Evans Joseph L, blacksmith. 

Ferguson James, gen. store. 

Fraher P & J, boots and shces. 

Gittings Darius, cashier of Liberty 
Savings Association. 

Glem L, cabinet maker. 

Goldman M, clothing. 

Gordon, Raymond & Co, dry goods. 

GrifliLh J A, miliwi'ight. 

Grimes Dr, dentist. 

Hall Wm A, drug store. 

Hart B C, livery slable. 

Hicks J R & Co, stoves and tin waro. 

Hensou li, confectionery and restau- 
rant. 

Harris Jas, justice of the peace. 

Hard wick Samuel, lawyer. 

Hutmacher & Leonard, tailors. 

Jones James M, merchant tailor. 

Liberty Female College. 

Leopold C J, bakery and confection- 
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Lincoln Archibald, wagon maker. 

Lincoln James E, lawyer and notary. 

Love James, circuifc clerk. 

Liberty Savings Association. 

McCauIy J P, auctioneer. 

Miller l3 S, drugs, notions, books and 
notary public. 

Miller Kobcrt li, pi'op. of the Liberty 
Tribune. 

Miller M & D D, gen. store. 

Morton Wm A, insurance agent. 

Moss & Armstrong, groceries. 

Murray Jas C, lawyer. 

Miller Madison, pres't of Liberty Sav- 
ings Association. 

Reed James, magistrate. 

Reeve D H, magistrate. 

Ringo E"A, gen, store. 

Ringo John W, physician. 

Roberts David, cashier of Commer- 
cial Savings 13ank. 

Sandusky E, groceries. 

Sandusky & Bland, merchant tailors. 

Sig3munt Joseph D, confectionery. 

Smith & McFarland, furniture. 

Smithey Jas, undertaker. 

Sullivan ct Sutton, aucLioueers. 

Tarr D N, watches & jcweliy. 

Tillery B F, saddles and harness. 

Vineyard B W, principal of Liberty 
Female College. 

Weakley, Dale & Co, stoves and tin 
v>'are. 

Wilson H T & Bro, groceries. 

William Jewell College. 

Witthofi' Wm li, saloon a^.d groceries. 

Woods John G, lav/yer and notary. 

Woodson W H, lawyer. 

Wymore & Garth, daily stage line to 
Kansas City — 12 miles. 

Wymore Geo W, livery stable. 

Lick Creek. 
Tills is a small place in the west 
part of Ralls county, 16 miles south- 
west of New London, the County Seat, 
on one of the tributaries of Salt river, 
its nearest point on the railroad being 
at Monroe, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 
14J miles distant. It is 25 miles south- 
west of Hannibal. Population 120. 

Trades, Professious, &c. 

Bledsoe John, physician. 
Croathwait t'fe Mayhall, wodlen mill. 
Crosthwait Perry, gen. store. 



Ellis & Gill, grocers. 
Eli B M, blacksmith. 

LiEdeK. 
This is a small place in Polk town- 
ship, in Atchison county, six milee 
west of north of Rockport, the Coun- 
ty Seat. This is in the vicinity of 
most excellent land and a fine farm- 
ing country. The place is about sev- 
en miles back from the river. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Millsaps, Hurst & Millsaps, general 
store. 

Liiidlej. 

This is a nice little place in Ma- 
rion township, in the eastern edge 
of Grundy county, on the bank of tho 
west fork of Grand river, 12 miles 
east of Trenton, the County Scat. 
Ship to Chillicothe, the nearest point 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 24 milc3 
distant. Population 230. 

Trailcs, Professiosss, «l-c, 
Atkinson & Dye, general si ore. 
Bailey & Humphrey, gen. store. 
Barnes G W & Elwood, cabinet ma- 
kers. 
Collins Wm F & Bro, wagon makers. 
Clawson T J & J, blacksmiths. 
Graham George, physician. 
Hall Daniel, miller. 
Humphreys & Cool, gen. store. 
Johnson W, physician. 
Johnson N & Co, gen. store. 
Kimlin T J, physician and druggist. 
Meserne Ephraim, blacksmith. 
Robertson W H, gen. store. 
Smith Jesse F, boot and shoe maker. 

LiiiTille. 

This is a small place in Mercer 
county, of about 80 souls, to reach 
which go by stage from Chillicothe, on 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

Trades^ Profo<>sions» &c. 

Argo Wm, general store. 
Bryan Thos II, gen. store. 
Sullivan Jas M, gen. store. 

Linneus. 

This is the County Seat of Linn 
county, 102 miles north-west of Jef- 
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LaCicde, on the H. & St. Jo. E. E, 
from which place it is reached by a 
daily line of stages. The surrouud- 
ing couu^.ry is picasauoly diversified, 
and near Linneus is of quite an old 
set:lement, there being large orchards 
and old buildings, &c., which indicate 
that this section is not nearly of so 
late settlement as other parts in this 
section. There is a square in the mid- 
dle of the place, containing an old 
court house. The surrounding coun- 
try is delightfully rolling, and the 
place is pleasantly situated. It con- 
tains seven general stores, two saddle 
and harness dealers, one saloon, one 
blacksmith, three groceries, one drug 
store, one shoemaker, two dry goods 
stores, one stove and tin store, one 
clothing store. Popula'iou 800. 

Trades, I?rol". ssaims, &c. 
ClarksLon & Co, general store. 
Craig H B, saddler. 
Crawley C C, saloon. 
Cunliff, Datwiilcr & Co, blaeksmlths. 
Dillon B F, gen. store. 
GarroLt & Co, groceries. 
G^ldham & Rudder, druggists. 
Hamilton N B, shoemaker. 
Hedrick & Mayhor, dry goods. 
Homer & Sewcll, stoves aad liu ware. 
Little & Av/ley, groceries. 
Lytic B F, groceries. 
lUenefco J E G, gen. store. 
Quick & Brinford, gen. store. 
Reynolds F L, Saddles and harness. 
Euddcr <Sz, Co, gen. store. 
Sandusky Br)wnlce, gen. store. 
Sperling Euw C, dry goods. 
Wanck Harvey, clothing. 
WilkersoD H & Co, gen. store. 

Lisbon. 

A small place in Howard county. 

Xriid. Sj ^ProfessioBis, &;c. 

Wills Wm, general store. 

Litliyillc. 

This is a small place in Nodaway 
county, about 14 miles distant from 
M irysvillc, the County Seat, and con- 
taiuj about 20 people and one store. 

Trad«*», ffTofessious^ &c. 

Baker C, general store. 



Little €ompton. 

This is the name of a small place 
on the west bank of Grand river, in 
Carroll county, 18 miles north-east of 
CarrolUou, the County Seat. There 
is very rich bottom land in this vicin- 
ity and much excellent timber, it is 
about IfiV miles from the Missouri 
river at Brunswick and 18 from La 
Clede, on the H. & St. Jo. E. E., to 
either of vfhich places ship. 

Littiebj. 

This is the name of a small place in 
Audrain coimty, 9} miles north-east 
of Mexico, the County Seat, on the 
Nev/ London road. It is in a beauti- 
ful prairie part of the county, sur- 
rounded by very fine farming lauds. 
This is a very desirable section for 
settlement, being near a good market 
and yet v/liere lauds can be procured 
at reasonable figures. 

Littb Loiitre. • 
Is the name of a post office in Mont- 
gomery county, to reach which go ei- 
ther by the Missouri river or l^orlh 
Missouri E. E. 

LfyiiigstGn. 

This is a small place near the norik- 
west corner of Livingston counfy, be- 
ing on the road to Bethany and 14^ 
miles from Chillicothe, the County 
Seat, in a very good section of the 
country. It is only 12 miles north of 
Breckeuridge, its nearest point to the 
E. E. 

Locust IlilL 

This is a small village in the south- 
west part of Knox county, near one 
of the forks of Salt river, and 11 nailcs 
south-east of Edina, the Counly Seat. 
Its nearest E. E. point is at Clarence, 
19 miles south. Its d is lance from 
Quincy is 4G miles. Population 100. 
Trades, Professlows, Ac 

Cogburn , woolen mill. 

Harriet John, blacksmith. 

Huling Samuel S, groceries. 

Wilson & Fisher, saw and grist mill, 

Locustville. 

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the south edge of Putnam couuty, 
about 8i miles south-Avest of Union- 
villc, tlie County Seat, to reach -wliich 
go to IjaClede, on the tf. & St. Jo. R., 
and go thence north by stage via. 
Milan. 

Lone Star. 

This is the name of a country post 

office in the county of Adair, to reach 

which go, by stage, from Macon City 

or from Canton, on the Missouri river. 



This a small place in tho south part 
of Monroe county, in South Fork 
township, on the north bank of 
Young's creek, 10 miles east of south 
of Paris, the County Seat. Its near- 
est R. R. point is at Mexico, on the 
North Missouri R. R., 14 miles dis- 
tant. 

Lost Creek. 

This is a small country post office, 
sometimes called Lost Branch — it is 
difficult to tell which is the correct 
name — in the eastern part of Lincoln 
county, 13 miles north-east of Troy, 
the County Seat, on the Falmouth 
road, from which latter place it is six 
miles distant, its nearest river point. 

Lost GroTC, 

This is a small place in the north- 
east corner of Worth county, in Smith 
township, about four miles south of 
the Iowa line, and 12 miles north-east 
of Grant City, the County Seat. 

Trades, Profession*, &c. 

Butler & Mull, general store. 

Louisiana. 

This most beautiful place is nestled 
amid the tall nut-topped hills of Old 
Pike county, and should be, by rights, 
its County Seat, and the terminus of 
a railroad from the west via. of Mex- 
ico. This place is most naturally sit- 
uated for a fine large town, and has 
all the requisites, except improved 
lines of communication with the inte- 
rior — by this we mean railroads — for 
of wagon roads, those leading into the 
interior are good, especially that to 



the County Seat, Bowling Green, 10 
miles £cu;li-west, which is an excellent 
McAdamizcd read. Tiie views from 
the beautiful promontories by which 
this pleasant place is surrounded, are 
most enchanting and beautiful, and 
savor more of a landscape in some 
foreign, sunny clime and picturesqued, 
favored land, than any that we can 
now recall of any place within a hun- 
dred miles — especially say we this of 
the views from Hanging Rock and 
Old Mt. Clinton, which we love from 
its associations and similarity to an- 
other of the same name in another 
State, far away, and to us, in our ear- 
lier days, most dear. It might bo 
that the romance which hangs ever 
around this charmed town to us, might 
possibly wear off with a constant hab- 
itation here, but wo know not. It 
will some day become more and more 
V\U'apt up in the smoke and dust of 
commerce, and then the grass vail not 
be so green, the flowers so sweet and 
the skies so sparkling, nor the smooth, 
gliding waters so pure as they are 
now. The beautiful hill tops Avill be 
leveled dov.-n, and the quiet, smooth, 
rolling hum of happiness and content 
will give place to strife and glare, 
show and shame. But we must be 
brief and to business, and what Louis- 
iana is to-day the columns below will 
show, and we must say happy arc we 
that we have known her in tiiis her 
day of bright youth and hopefulness. 
Population 41 GO. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Adams Geo L, saddles and harness. 

Adams Lucy A, milliner. 

Adams & Robinson, ( J B A & J C R) 

saloon. 
Agnew S B, chair flictory. 



Alexander J & W, 



props, of Alexan- 



der's flour mills. 

Allen Plugh, lawyer. 

Allison Joseph, general store. 

Anderson Geo W, lawyer. 

Arnold &_ Edwards, props. Pittsfield 
Stage Line. 

Arnold W, prop. Wellsville Stage Lino 

Ayers & Neville, CA B A & J B N ) 
dry goods, boots and shoes and mer- 
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Yvliolesale Dealers and Manufacturers of 

|@@^i ami iH^Bi^ 

Between Filtli and Bixtih Streets, 



Ayers S B, physician. 

Bailey , carpenter. 

Baird & Findley, (P H B & H J F) 

groceries, 
Barnum & Gunn, ( J S B & W A G) 

general store. 
Bartlett Ezekiel M, physician. 
Bartlett S A, physician. 
Bartlett W H, of T J Harland & Co. 
Bauman D, shoemaker. 
Bealert & Son, (Chas B & S B) box 

factory. 
Bell J T, physician. 
Bekermau J H, shoemaker. 
Bestenbostel Geo, barber. 
Bevans & Co, ( Jas H B & A K B) 

saddles, harness and tannery. 
Block Jacob, general store. 
Boon Mrs, boarding house. 
Brantlinger D F, post master. 
Bright E C, of Tinsley, Bright & Co. 
Brobst Elijah, groceries. 
Brown J S, of Tinsley, Bright & Co. 
Brown Mrs E M, groceries. 
Brown & Griffith, cH P B & W G) 

groceries. 
Brown John, fish dealer. 
Bruce Wm, gunsmith. 
Buckner S W, physician. 
Bush Melchor, of Kleisner & B. 
Campbell II W, of Thurmond & Co. 
Carstarphen J E, banker and ins. agt. 
Carstarphcn J C, of Rule & Co. 
CASH TMOMAS, of J J^f Render- 

son & Co. 
Catholic Church. 
Chadwick H S, dry goods, boots and 

shoes. 



Christian Church. 

Clark A P, gunsmith and dealer in 

sporting materials. 
Conrad tfc Steveeson, ^F C & S S) 

meat market. 
Cook Charles, of Rice & Cook. 
Craig Elijah, cooper. 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 
DRAPER C L, lawyer and claim agt. 
Draper Dan, saw mill and pork packer. 
Draper Edwin, probate judge. 
Draper Philander, U S Assessor. 
DRAPER II C, of Rodgers & Dra- 
per. 
Dreyfus & Woracek, (M D & E W) 

hardware, stoves and tin ware. 
Duvic George, barber. 
Dyer D P, of Henderson & Dyer. 
Edwards J L, physician. 
ESPEY ROBT, stave and heading 

factory and cooperage. 
Evening Star Lodge, I O O F. 
Fagg T J C, circuit judge. 
Farrall Stephen, horse shoeing. 
Field J D, of G C Merill & Co. 
Findley H J, of Baird & F. 
Fletcher Benj, cooper. 
Flye 0, of T J Harland & Co. 
Foster James M, tobacco and cigars. 
Freeman W C, saw mill. 
Fritz J L, boarding house and saloon. 
Gentry J M, of Templeton & Gentry. 
Gentry Thompson, meat market. 
Glenn, Overall & Clark, (AV H G, J 

T O & L J C) manufacturers of 

plug tobacco. 
Graham M, house and sign' painters. 
Griffith Wm, of Brown & Griffith. 



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Guiley J D, of F C Haley & Co, gen- 
eral insurance agent, and. agt Am. 
Ex, and Keokuk Packets. 

Hablutzel Geo, shoemaker. 

Haley F C tfc Co, forwarding and 
commission. 

Hanson Peter T, manufacturer and 
dealer in furniture. 

Hardin W R, lawyer. 

Harland T J & Co, clothing, boots 
and Shoes, hats and caps. 

Hassler S C & Bro, books and sta- 
tionery. 

HEBAliD E, tobacco mould man- 
uiaeturcr. 

Henderson & Dyer, (J B II & D P 
D) lawyers. 

Henderson & Orr, (Jas H & Thos O) 
saloon. 

HENDERSON/ N & CO, (J N H, 
J B Strange & Thos Cashj manu- 
facturers of plug tobacco. 

Henham John, constable. 

Hesser Jas L, ed. and prop. Louisiana 
Journal, weekly, 1000 circulation. 

Hesser Edward L, of J M Johnson 
& Co. 

Hill & Soward, (W F H & J W S) 
carpenters & builders. 

Hind Robert, druggist. 

Hunter, Rhea & Co, (C G H, T M R 
& H L R) general store. 

INDIANOLA STATE FACTORY, 
Robert Espey, prop. 

Irwin J S, of Weir & Irwin. 

Jacobs & Michael, clothing. 

Johnson E P, lawyer. 

Johnson J M & Co, millinery and fan- 
cy goods. 

Johnston Wm H, marble dealer. 

Johnston John, lawyer. 

Jones Mrs A T, dress maker. 

Jourdan W A, of Richmond & Co. 

KaufTeld P, wagon making and black- 
smithing. 

Kendrick & Peirce, manufacturers of 
agricultural implements. 

Kleisner & Bush, (Anton K & M B) 

Kohn & Suda, (B K & F S) general 

store. 
Kuhlmann Wm, groceries. 
Lamkin Louis, publisher. 
Laplsley J T, druggist. 
Lesem & Bro, dry goods. 



Lewis Samuel L, dry goods. 
Loncrgan P F & Co, prop, city flour 
mill. 

LOUISIANA JOURNAL, weekly 
newspaper, pub. by Louis Lamkin. 

Mahafiey Gabriel, carpenter. 

Malone John, fish dealer. 

Markley John 8, boots, shoes and 
leather findings. 

Martin L, fancy goods and millinery. 

Martin J W, physician. 

?.iathews D F, groceries and Queens- 
ware. 

j^Iarzolf, Martin & Seibert, cGeo M, 
Aaron M & John Sj manufacturers 
of plug tobacco. 

McCuen Edward C, dentist. 

McNul t W L, liquor dealer. 

Mi'Quie E G, general store. 

MeriJl G C cfe Co, (G C M & J D 
Field) watches and jewelry. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. 

IVIichael E, of Jacobs & M. 

Miles jNIr;;!, dressmaker. 

Milroy John M, lumber. 

]\Iilroy & Yeater, (John M & H M Y) 
props, planing mill. 

J\liner S O, of F C Haley & Co. 

Missionary Baptist Church. 

Morphy J R, livery stable. 

Mull Benj, ciiair factory. 

Murray E C, of P F Lonergan & Co. 

Naber Henry, of Wahl & N. 

Neville J B, of Ayres & Neville. 

Newell N P, of St'illman & Newell. 

Orr Thos, of Henderson & O. 

Overall J T, of Glenn, Overall & 
Clark. 

Parks J M, photographer. 

Parks ib Prettyman, ^R J P & \y T 
P) saloon. 

Parks Wm O, baker & confectioner. 

Parks & Seymour, (BMP & W S) 
stoves and tin ware. 

Pew W^ M, carpenter. 

Peters J, saddles and harness. 

Presbyterian Church, O S. 

Pribe Albert, blacksmithing and wag- 
on making. 

Pullman Charles, blacksmithing and 
wagon making. 

REICIIEL A 1), watches & jewelry. 

Reid Thos A, boots and shoes. 

Reynolds S B, dress making. 

Rhea H S, of Hunter, Rhea& Co. 
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ETEPnEN ROSEWELL. 



RUPFEBLe & ROSEWELL, 

MBSOOPiI BRASS lOUHDRY. 

m\M AMI GAS 1'11'E WoKKSj 

No. 600 Cor. 2d St. & Washington Av., 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Manufacturers of 

Steam, Gas ami Water Cocks of all 
kinds, Steam V/liistles & Oil Globes. 

Di:.\LErvS IN 

Eabbftf I'osc. 'ackiiii; k Belting'. Steam, Gas, Copper 

k Lead I'ipcs, I'umps, i^teain k Water Gauges. 

Rhea T M, of Hunter, Rliea & Co. 
Eiehmond &, Co, - H R & W A Jour- 

dau) dry goods and clothing. 
Rice S A & liros, ^S A R & H C R) 

photographers. 
Rice & Cook, ^i A R & C C) recti- 

iiers and pump manufacturers. 
Robhisou J C, of Adams & R. 

Robinson , millinery. 

Robinson J E, books and stationery. 
Rodgers & Draper, (N C R & H C 
D) props, and pubs, of "The True 
Flag." 
Rule & Co, E B R, J T R, J E Car- 
starphen & J C Carstarphen, ) props, 
of "The May Flower" flouring mill. 
Saffraus, Hill & Co, ^R B S, W F H, 
J E Carstarphen & J W Soward) 
lumber dealers. 
Schroeder Henry, cooper. 
Schumacher J, merchant tailor. 
Schwimmcr John, groceries, clothing, 

boots and shoes. 
Scotten Samuel C, groceries. 
Seymour W, of Parks & Seymour. 
Seibert John, of Marzolf, Martin & 

Co. 
Shafther C M, lawyer. 
ShafFner & Lamkin, real estate agts. 
Shaw Jolm, livery stable. 
Shxght Mrs E, prop, of City Hotel. 
Slaughter N, queensware. 
SJadek A, saloon. 

Smith & Pew, ^C S & W M) carpen- 
ters. 
Smith S, physician and dentist. 



Soward J W, of Hill & Soward. 
STAGE LINE to Pittsfield, Ills., 18 
miles — tri-weekly — fare ^1 .75. 

STAGE LINE to'Wellsville,Mo.,45 
miles — daily — fare $4.50. 

STAGE LINE to Hannibal in the 
winter season, 36 miles — daily — 
fare $3.60. 

Stephens S A, millinery. 

Stephenson R A, musical instrument 
maker. 

Stevenson S, of Conrad & S. 

Stewart W T, physician. 

Stillman & Newell, CS A S & N P N) 
prop, of Gun n Ilotel. 

STINE P, merchant tailor. 

Stout F B, wagon, carriage and plow 
manufactory. 

STIUNGE J B, of J N Henderson 
& Co. 

Suda F, of Kohn & Suda. 

Summers H F, general store. 

Templeton & Gentr}', manufacturers 
and dealers in furniture, coffins, & 
agents for agricultural implements. 

Throp Geo, blacksmith. 

Thurmond & Campbell, (T H T & H 
W C; grocers. 

Thurmond E C, physician. 

Tinsley, Bright & Co, manufacturers 
of plug tobacco. 

Tinsley, Brown & Co, manufacturers 
of fine cut tobacco. 

True Flag, weekly newspaper, Rod- 
gers & Draper publishers — circula- 
tion 700. 

Volk Joseph A, blacksmith and wag- 
on making. 

Wahl Chas, prop, of Spring Brewery 
and saloon. 

Wahl & Naber, (Geo W & Henry N) 
shoemakers. 

Weir & Irwin, (A M W & J S I) gen- 
eral store. 

Weir Richard, billiard saloon. 

Weir Robert M, billiard saloon. 

Whitehead Thos & Son, woolen milL 

Whitehead Wm, of T Whitehead & 1 
Son. 

Whitney T F, foundry and machine 
shop. 

Womack C A J, merchant tailor. 

Wood & Wright, millinery and dress 
making. 

Woracek E, of Dreyfus & W. 



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Yealer H M, of Milroy & Yeater. 
Young J Y, lime Idlu. 

Louisville. 

This is a thriving village in Lincoln 
county, 20 miles north-west from Troy, 
containing about 400 inhabitants, wilh 
three or four stores, two physicians, 
surrounded by a rich body of land. 

Population 120. 

Trades, Professions, &:c. 

Hudson & LovcU, general store. 
Hudson & Mason, gen. store. 

Niuinger , gen. store. 

Paxton L H, gen. store. 
Prewitt F E, gen, store. 
Prewitt , physician. 

Loiitre Island. 

A small place in the south-west part 
of Warren county, about five miles 
north-east of Hermann, on the Mis- 
souri river, and eight miles west of 
south of Jonesburg, on the North Mis- 
souri R. R. Population 80. 

Trrtdes, Prures«tiou!!i, &c. 

Anderson G A, general store. 
Bunte F, gen. store. 
Hildebrandt & Fruh, flour mill. 

Lowell. 

This is one of the river ports of 
Holt county, on the Missouri river, 
22 miles north-west of Oregon, the 
County Seat, and in the most north- 
ern part of the county, being about 
50 miles from St. Joseph. It is near 
the line of the St. Joseph & Council 
Blufl]^ R. R. 

Liiray. 
This is a small place in the west 
part of Clark county, 12 miles west 
of Kahoka, the County Seat. It is 
in a fine section of country, being 
both v/ell watered and well timbered. 
It w^ill be only 10 miles from the lino 
of the Quincy and Northwestern Rail- 
way, provided the route is taken by 
the way of Memphis. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Dobbins, Lewis & Co, dry goods and 

groceries. 
Walton John, dry goods and groceries 



Macon City. 
Tliis is the County seat of Macon 
county, at the junction of the North 
Missouri R. R. with the Hannibal & 
St. Jo. R. R., and is 78 miles a little 
west of north of Jeflersou City and 
70 miles west of Quincy by R. R. and 
1681 miles nortli-west of St. Louis by 
the North Missouri R. R., although 
it is only 76 miles farther north by 
latitude. It is 136 miles east of St. 
Joseph by R. R. and about GO miles 
south of the Iowa line. This is a 
very central point — none in North 
Missouri being more so, as relates to 
present and prospective railroad pro- 
jects. The surface of the country fa- 
voring the survey of the north Mis- 
souri R. R., and the necessity of the 
east and west rendering this a perma- 
nent center easy of reach from dis- 
tant points. The situation of the 
place is high and presents a fine view 
from a distance, as some of the public 
buildings are quite large and impo- 
sing. The place is well supplied with 
hotels, and indeed, seems to a stranger 
to have too many, but they are good 
institutions when well kept, and this 
we can say of some of them. A few 
more good side walks and some street 
lamps would keep the feet of some or 
many, as the case may be, "from the 
mire and the clay" and there would 
not be so much removal of real es- 
tate from the town to the country and 
foreign parts in general. The county 
jail, now being built, is a good lesson 
to those who are evil disposed, and 
we think all such should have a gra- 
tuitous visit to it, in its or their present 
state as we believe the sight of its 
strength and fastnesses would strike 
such a wholesome terror into their 
bosoms as to almost, if not quite al- 
together reform them, for a more 
complete prison for security we have 
seldom ever seen. Of churches they 
have a moderate variety, and some 
neat, although as yet, no very costly 
structures. The Court House is a 
very substantial and convenient struo- 



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Missouri Presbyterian, 

F A. R R I s , 



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EDITED BY 

ROBERT R . 

PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY 

.^^ . i^^ . o o :^ , 

For the Missouri Presbyterian Publication Association 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

Three I$ol!ie.s'S per jeat*. $itriclly in ndvuiDce, $3.50 if uot paid witliin six 
moulEtH. 

ADVERTISING RATES. 
ONE SQUARE— (oue inc'.i in depth,) oue iusertion, $1.50, two insertions, $2.50, four in- 
sertions, $4.00, three months, S8.00, six months §12.00, one year $'20M. 



ture and of large size. Population 
3,880. 

Trades, ProfessioMS, A;e. 

American House, Jacob Harlan, prop. 

Anderson Carrel, barber, 

Ashbaugh John, physician. 

Bartlett & 8on, saloon, 

Belshe AVm C, bakery and confec- 
tionery. 

Barrow & Andrews, druggists. 

Burns Thomas, shoemaker, 

Bearce O S & Co, (B Field & Cas- 
well) drugs and groceries. 

Baum & Co, meat market. 

Bivins , Boot and shoemaker. 

Bonnell & Ferris, boots and shoes. 

Bourke Julius, livery stable. 

Burgess C II, physician at City Hotel. 

Bennett E. F, H & St Jo station agt, 

Bentley Benjamin, carpenter. 

Bearce L S & Co. (B & F A Jones) 
stoves, tin and hardware. 

Brock S G, lawyer. 

Benedict & Morris, (C H B & B F M) 
dry goods and queensware. 

Bogle Rev, O S Presbyterian. 

Cross C W, saloon. 

Curry Martin, proprietor of Macon 
hotel and saloon. 

Curtiss & Pope, lawyers. 

Cody J H & Co, bakery and confec- 
tionery. 

Coles & Holman, general store. 

Clements & Vincent, real estate agts. 

Cochrane Wm, of D B Davis & Co, 

CITY HOTEL, W II Martin, prop. 

Crane George, telegraph operator. 

Clark Thomas, prop. Tremont House. 



Comstock, Bearce & Co, (L R C, L S 
B & F A Jones) patentees and man- 
ufacturers of Comstock's revolving 
flue radiator. 

Commercial Hotel, G C Sauvinet, 
prop. 

Catholic Church. 

Clark Thomas, Baptist preacher. 

Clayton ]\Irs H F, prop, of Farmers 
Hotel. 

Caldwell Rev, Baptist. 

Demeter & Mayer, stone, hardware 
and iron. 

Dysart & Eskridge, lawyers. 

Davis D B & Co, wagon makers and 
blacksmiths. 

Esler & Co, saloon. 

Ehret AVm, shoemaker. 

Eberman R J, lawyer. 

Eddington & Wilson, livery stable. 

Francis C L, lawyer and notary. 

Ferris & Winning, wholesale and re- 
tail grocei's. 

Forcht & Co, lumber and lime deal- 
ers. 

Fee John, physician. 

Forbes Wm, carpenter, 

Feagans Wm II. prop. North Missou- 
ri Hotel. 

Farmers Hotel, Mrs H F Clayton, 
proprietress, 

Grahl Charles, saloon. 

Glaze, Kemper and Overall (H S G, 
W B K & E O) groceries and boots 
and shoes. 

Green Clark H, editor and proprie- 
tor of the Macon Weekly Times. 

Gilstrap A L & Sou, lawyers. 



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Ooldsbcrry & McQuie, gen. store. 

Gipe Abm, of D B Davis & Co. 

Oisselman M, Merchant tailor. 

Hassan Wm, confectionery. 

Henry & Williams, (John W H & 
John F W) lawyers. 

HATCH T M, secretary Missouri 
Central Insurance Company. 

Hays Isaac, dry goods. 

Hargis "W C, saloon. 

Harlan Jacob, prop. American House. 

Holmes W, gen. baggage agent H & 
St Jo & N M railroads. 

Hancock J, groceries. 

Holt Richard M, manufacturer of 
brick. 

Hobb George, watches and jewelry. 

Henry Isaac, of Planters House. 

Hueston & Lyle, livery stable. 

Johnston James B, prop. Virginia 
House. 

JONES F A, lawyer. 

Jaeger J & Co, hardware, stoves and 
tin ware. 

Kesling Andrew, saloon and board- 
ing. 

Kickert Charles, saddles and harness. 

Knight A L & Co, druggists. 

Knight A L, physician. 

Knowles & Baldwin, groceries and 
leather. 

Kreitz Theodore W, tobacco and ci- 
gars. 

Long & Co (J J L, W H Goodwin & 
R A Malone) general store. 

Littrell Ewing, saloon. 

Lyle , physician. 

LARRABEE & BRO, (Albert & 
Wm II) real estate and insurance 

LAlil^aiBEE ALBERT, lawyer. 

Lehman Louis, painter. 

Marcrot Wm I, saloon. 

Macon Hotel, Martin Curry, prop. 

Mafiry August, barber. 

Macon Times, weekly newspaper pub- 
lished by Clark H Green. 

Moore & Rogers, (I M & L D R) 
gen. store. 

Masonic Lodge, lOG, A F & A M. 

MIS801IEI CENTRAL INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY, office Rollins 
street, one block south of court 
house, T M Hatch, secretary, D C 
McKay, president. 



Melone & Epperson (J B M & C G 

E,) bankers. 
McKAY D C, President Missouri 

Central Insurance Company. 
Milsted A I, gunsmith. 
McGINDLEY A N & J H, lawyers 

& claim agents, north side Vine 

bet. Rubey and Rollins. 
MARTIN W H, prop. City Hotel. 

AND 

STA.aE OFFICE, 

MACON CITY, MO., 
West Side of the North Missouri R. R., 

(NEAR THE DEPOT.) 

W. H. MARTIN, 

Proprietor. 



Baggage delivered Free of 



Charge. 



Macon Argus, weekly newspaper pub- 
lished Wednesdays by Thos. Proc- 
tor. 

MARTIN, LAW & WINSBY, foun- 
dry and machine shoj). 

McDowell I, wagon maker. 

Mills J R, manufacturer of cultiva- 
tors. 

Milam & Clarkson (Wm F M & Wm 
C) broom factory. 

Methodist Church of color. 

Mayer Gabriel, shoemaker. 

Mayer Public Hall. 

McLaughlin J E & Co, meat market. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Com- 
fort, pastor. 

Mason House, Mrs Mason, prop. 

Nussbaum A, merchant tailor. 

NEASOM JOHN, wholesale grocer, 
north side railroad, one door west 
of Rollins street. 

Nicolai A H, saloon. 

Noble John, painter. 

Noll Ignatz, shoemaker. 

Nelson Garrett, barber. 

Negro Baptist Church. 

NAUER & PHILIP, (F N & Jos P) 
wagon makers. 



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JOHN NEASOM, 

holesale Grocer, 



A>'r> lilPOKTEn OF 



ESIHI HUES & LliOSa 

Nortli Side Rral Eoad, 
(One door West of Rollins Street,) 



MACON CITY, 



3IO. 



NorLh Missouri Hotel, Wm H Fca- 
gans, prop. 

Orr , ciirpenter. 

Presbyterian O S Church. 

Peiro Fi-ank L, pliysician. 

Paltou John W, books ot staiiouery. 

Proctor Tiiomas, editor and publisher 
of the "Macon Argus." 

Petry John, saloon. 

Pool R C, millinery and dress ma- 
king. 

Planters House, Thompson & Henry, 
props. 

PATTEN & WARD, (Daniel A P 
& J M W) woolen, saw and grist 
mill. 

Patten Mathcw, Cumberland Presby- 
terian. 

RATTAN & ALEXANDER, CThos 
R & Ed A,) photographers. 

Eeichel Philip, furniture. 

Rodgers & Fritz, meat market. 

Reister J T, real estate. 

Renner G F, furniture. 

Reed & Bristor, dentists. 

Roads Mrs M. J, millinery. 

Roberts Alex, groceries. 

Schweikhaus Frank, of Eslcr & Co. 

Spilling George M, saloon. 

Shmitz Henry, saloon. 

Secord D, agricultural implements, 

Steincr Alvis, merchant tailor. 

Snelson Wm R, pliysician. 

Short AVm L, ])hysician. 

Ston- 13 F, County Supt. of Public 
schools. 

STEELE & BLAIR, lawyers and 
collectors of claims. 

Shortridge E C D & Co, lumber deal- 
ers. 



Stewart I N, physician. 

Stephens & Co— I C S— Thos Burries 
ct Wm Belsche, gen. merchants. 

Straus L R, clothing and gents fur- 
nishing. 

Spring C E & Co, (C E S, Wm Gam- 
mon & T A Eagle) boots, shoes and 
crockery. 

Smith & Larrabee, groceries. 

Stutzer Louis, wagon maker. 

Sprasicrbaeh Fred, Blacksmith. 

Schmidt G, boot and shoe maker. 

STEINBEECHEll, KARL & CO., 
pro}). Union brewery. 

SPILLING k IIAUSSLER, watch- 
es tfc jev/elry. 

Schieferdecker Hugo, saddles and 
harness. 

Still E C, physician and dentist. 

Sanvinette G C, prop, of the Commer- 
cial Hotel. 

Stewart I N & Co, nurserymen and 
florists. 

Trumbull L M, land agent. 

Tinsley H M, druggist. 

Tibbs & Palmer, groceries and pro- 
visions. 

True Thomas J, confectionery. 

Thomas A, fruit stand. 

Turner G B, manufacturer and dealer 
in plug and leaf tobacco. 

Tree Joseph, clothing. 

Tracy , dry goods. 

Trisler & Wright, general store. 

Thompson & Henry, proprietors Plan- 
ters House. 

Tliorapson D, physician. 

Towner G L, tobacco manufactory. 

Vervalin Jane, millinery and fancy 
goods. 

Vrooman & Peregrine, lawyers. 

Vincent Joseph, "H & St Jo ticket 
agent. 

Vincent Fred, prop billiard saloon. 

Whaley Hotel, Elijah Whaley, prop. 
Whaley Elijah, prop, of Whaley Ho- 
tel. 
White & Humphreys, wholesale and 
retail dealers in groceries and fur- 
niture. 
Ward & Dean, carpenters. 
Wells George, photographer. 
Wilson J M (t S, dry goods. 
Wageraann Charles, boarding. 
Whitmore Wm C, blacksmithing. 



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KARL STEINBRECHER & CO., 



rUOPPJh.TORS OF 



EAST MACON, MO- 



CHOICEST ALE AND BEEB, WARRAJSTEB PURE. 
eSS^ Oi"cIei"s I^i'oiiiptlj^ tittenclecl tcp^ 



Wood H, North Missouri R R station 

ao;ent. 
WILLIAMS, JONES & BRO€K, 

lawyers, southwest cor. Vine and 

Rubey. 
WILLIAMS A J, lawyer. 
Wilson Wm J, physician. 
Wilson & Farlev, marble dealers. 
WILKINSON J E, physician. 
Wilkinson J E, confectionery. 
Willard J, carpenter. 
WOODSON A: CLEMENS, (B B W 

& James Cj Blacksmithing. 

3Iadison. 

This is a thriving village in the 
■western part of Monroe county. It is 
on the north side of Elk Fork, one of 
the branches of Salt River; it is 10 
miles west of Paris, the county seat, 
and 12 miles east of Allen, on the 
North Missouri R. R., and 16 J west 
of south of Shelbina, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., to either of which places 
ship. Population 200. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Davis & Dunaway, gen. store. 
Dawson John W, wool and flour mill. 
Edwards John M, groceries. 
Mason Wm H, blacksmith. 
Rogland R M, blacksmith. 
Sparks & Burton, general store. 
Todd Charles W, groceries. 
Todd F B, physician. 
Tucker B S, physician. 
Yager & Enochs, gen. store. 

MadisoiiYille. 
This is a nice little villase in the 



north-cast part of Ralls county, south 
of Spencer creek and nine miles south- 
west of NeAV London, the Coimty 
Seat. Its river port, on tiie Missis- 
sippi, is at Hannibal, 14^ miles north. 
The place is 18 miles cast of Monroe, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

Trades. IProlV'Ssions, «fcc. 

Bong Robert, blacksmith. 

Catron M L, physician. 

Craslhwait Mrs, hotel. 

Doclcy John, druggist. 

Fruger J as. physician. 

Haley 11 P, general store. 

Hawkins Robert, saddles and harness. 

Lister Isaac, flour mill. 

Stewart Geo W, druggist. 

Whitakcr Levi, cabinet maker. 

Wiley & Son, gen. store. 

Wilson John, wagon maker. 

MaiideYille. 

This is a small place situated quite 
centrally in Carroll county, 10 miles 
vrest of norlh of Carrolton, the coun- 
ty seat, amid a very beautiful section 
of farming country. Its nearest point 
to R. R. IS at Utica, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R., 16 miles north. Its dis- 
tance from tlie Missouri river is about 
the same. 

Manllus. 

This is a small point near the Wa- 
kenda creek, and not far from the Mis- 
souri river, in the south-east part of 
Carroll county — distant eight miles 
east of Carrolllon, the County Seat. 



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MISSOURI. 



Manufacturers of Steam Engines and Machinery. 

tended to. 



Jobbing Promptly at- 



Sliip to Dewitt, on the Missouri river, 
or to Milford, on the W. B. N M. 11. 
E., after its completion. 

Marietta. 

This is a point on the Missouri 
river in the upper part of Holt coun- 
ty, 20 2 miles north-west of Oregon, 
the county seat, and about 58 miles 
above St. Joseph. The place is small. 

Marion City. 

This place was projected on a grand 
scale by Mr. William Muldrow, near 
thirty years since, and was intended 
to have been a second Philadelphia, 
transplanted to the banks of the 
Mississippi, in Marion county, seven 
miles east of Palmyra, the county 
seat. So great was the confidence or 
cupidity (we don't know which) of 
eastern capitalists, that Mr. Muldrow 
succeeded in disposing of three hun- 
dred thousand dollars' worth of lots of 
this flat and marshy bottom land 
town laid out two miles wide and 
three long, and even as many as 150 
houses were built when a flood came, 
and, being built upon the sand, Avhat 
was not swept away was mortally 
drowned, and probably not being an 
immersionist community, the people 
made their way as fast as practicable 
to higher and drier land. The place 
now looks sadly forlorn, and desola- 



tion and the pigs together occcupy all 
that remains of their temple to the 
Most High, 

MartliasTille. 

This is the oldest town in Warren 
county, 20 miles south-east of War- 
renton, the county seat, in Chariton 
township. It was settled about 1825 
by Harvey Griswold, on the Spanish 
grant. It is on the bluff" with a nice 
location, the ground descending east> 
south and west of it. Population 340. 

Trades, ProfessiuiiH, &c. 

Gerleman Fred, blacksmith. 
Gerleman H, blacksmith. 
German Methodist Church. 
Givens C & Co, mill. 
Hildebrandt H, blacksmith. 
Methodist Church South. 
Munch Adolph us, justice of the peace. 
Murphy James T, constable. 
Perkins H, physician, 
Peters Ferdinant, saddles and harness. 
Schaberg Fred, general store. 
Schraberg & Frey, general store. 
Schraberg it Ravie, general store. 
Schrader Henry, shoemaker. 
Schroer Herman, tailor. 
Smith James, county survej'or. 
Warnebold Conrad, saloon. 

Martinsbiirg. 

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county, lof miles south of east of 
Mexico, the County Seat, and 93 1 
miles from St. Louis, and 60 miles 
nearly south, in a direct line, from 
Quincy, and 48 miles north-east of 
Jefferson City. It is situated in a fine 
section of country, and is a desirable 
location. The place is but small yet, 
containing not more than 260 inhab- 
itants. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Baptist Church. 
Clark Wm, magistrate. 
Carver B, wagon maker. 
Clifton H T, constable and black- 
smith. 
Gantt C C, general store, post master 

and INIerchants' U Ex Agt. 
Gannt & Torreyson, saw mill. 
Garrall Gus, N M R R .t U Ex agt. 
Haislip ct Son, general store. 
Hanes T W, shoemaker. 
Henderson & Rice, saddles and har- 
ness. 
Leachman G B, general store. 
Martin M A, general store. 
Tapscott & Smith, general store. 
Traughber Jas, physician. 

Martiiistowii. 

This is a small place in the south- 
east corner of Putnam county, 14 
miles south-east of Unionville, the 
county seat, and near the Chariton 
river, to reach which go by stage from 
Macon City. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 
Sparks & IMartin, saloon. 

MaiiiiisTllIe. 
This is the name of a country vil- 
lage in the west part of Harrison 
county, eight miles north-v/est of 
Bethany, the county seat, on the road 
to Grant City. The nearest point to 
it on the R. R. is at Kidder, but the 
stage leaves at Hamilton, on the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R. 

Maryville. 
This is the county seat of Nod- 
away county, situated in Polk town- 
ship, on One Hundred and Two 
river, 48 miles above its mouth, and 
is 42 miles directly north of St. Jo- 



seph, and 182 miles north-west of Jef- 
ferson City. The county seat is a 
place of some local importance and 
trade, and contains a population of 
1,100. 

Trades, Prof^ssioHS, &c, 

Allen John, magistrate and prop, of 
Union House. 

Ashford Mrs M 11, milliner. 

Bcal &■ Robinson, gen. store. 

Bentley & Dawson, lawyers & real 
estate dealer, 

Boling & Hammond, gen. store. 

Briekett A L, blacksmith. 

(■ase L H, lawyer. 

Chamness & Tignor, furnitui'e. 

Collett John, blacksmith. 

Conway R, boots and shoes. 

Coover & Ford, lawyers and real es- 
tate aucnts. 

Davis Vv^ H & G, livery stable. 

Davis B K, claim agent. 

Dunn J B & S M, physicians. 

Ellis & Mulliolland, druggists. 

Epsteins & Co, dry goods. 

Gaunt & Castillo, fruit nursery. 

Geiger D T & Bro, agricultural im- 
plements. 

Hietman Mrs S, millinery. 

Higlitinan & Crane, gen. store. 

Jackson Joseph, county clerk. 

Kelly & Graves, saddles and harness, 

Kraus T & P, brewery. 

Lynor Wm, furniture. 

Marysville Weekly Gazette, newspa- 
per. 

McClani W H II, stoves and tin 
ware. 

McKensie T & Miller, gen. store. 

McMillan & Davis, lawyer. 

Micheau & Leiber, general store, 

Morlau J A, prop, Morlan House. 

Mulholland D, physician, 

Mulholland & EUis, druggists. 

Murlan & Crane, gen. store. 

Orear & Son, gen. store. 

Owens John L & Co, gen. store. 

Remley Samuel, magistrate. 

Richards S W, v/agon maker. 

Roseberry & Morehouse, lawyers and 
real estate agents. 

Rue & Gray, lumber. 

Saai Boje, barber. 

Sill Henry M, druggist. 

Smith Andrew, saloon, 

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A. B. PEARSON, 

ilanxifacturer of nil Wuis of 



Cotton Beams and Stands, Store Trucks and 

Skids, Brass and Malleable Iron Work 

Executed to Order. 

Factory, 910 North Main Street, 



South W M, watches and jeAvelry, 
Stevenson E S & Co, gen store. 
Stout G D, notary public. 
Stinsou & Ford, groceries, 
Swinford Wra, gen. store. 
Terhune A & Son, gen. store. 
Terhune John C, circuit clerk. 
Vinsonhaler I, justice of the peace. 
Votaw A C, editor and proprietor 

"Maryville Gazette." 
Walters M, blacksmith. 
Wright, Alvin & Perry, gen. store. 
Weatherman J W, justice of the 

peace. 
Wray I N, sheriff. 

MaysYille. 

This is the county seat of De Kalb 
county, 141 miles north-west of Jef- 
ferson City in a direct line, and 26 
miles north of east of St. Joseph. 
Its nearest point to rail road commu- 
nication is at Osborn, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., 10 miles distant. It is 
in the centre of the county and situa- 
ted on a small prairie, surrounded at 
a little distnnce, by timber, except on 
the west. The place can be seen for 
some miles, from the high ground, 
both south and north. The place is 
new and small but will become even- 
tually, a pleasant little county town. 
The court house is quite good and 
built in the Grecian style of architec- 
ture of brick, painted a delicate slate 
color. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Black Ales, jDost master and variety 
store. 



Branscomb D, hotel. 

Brown Charles, saddles and harness. 

Brown Ira, real estate agent. 

Dent P A, physician. 

Dougherty H D, druggist. 

Davis Edwin, carpenter. 

Elliott E B, tailor. 

Fisher John, hotel and saloon. 

Gaither Rev li A, Methodist. 

Gilbert , watchmaker. 

Hewitt M E, general store. 

Hamer Jerome, blacksmith. 

Harvey Newton J, real estate agent. 

Iden I, hotel. 

Kail Simon W, broom manufactory. 

Loring Samuel G, lawyer. 

Lafayeth John B, physician. 

Lipscomb & IMeek, (George W L & 
Wm L ]M0 general store. 

Littleton F, saw, grist and woolen 
mill. 

Noll G W, dentist. 

Oneal Wm, groceries. 

Peacock John, carpenter. 

Rose Geo W, lawyer. 

WEATHEEEY T J, lawyer and 
real estate agent. 

Weatherby Lewis, physician. 

Weatherby & McCracken, livery sta- 
ble. 

Wyatt G H, groceries. 

Yearman, blacksmith. 

McCoiiiiel. 

This is a small place in the south 
part of St. Charles county, near the 
Missouri river, and 8 J miles south of 
Avest of St. Charles, the County Seat. 
It is immediately south of Dardenne 
station, on the North Missouri R. R., 
about six miles distant. 

McLean's MilL 
Tliis is a water privilege on the 
head waters of the middle fork of 
Crooked river, in the north-west part 
of Ray county, and it is 18 miles west 
of north of Richmond, the County 
Seat. The place is the same distance 
east of south of Cameron, on the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R., being the half-way 
place between the two above-named 
places — a very fine country in this 
vicinity, being beautiful prairie land. 



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Meclmuicsville. 

This is a small place 20 miles south 
of west of St. Charles in Warren 
county, 10 miles east of south of 
Warrenton, the county seat, in the 
edge of Howell's Prairie. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Brown & Taylor, gen. store. 

Costlio , physician. 

Costlio O C, manufacturer of tobacco. 
, wagonmaker. 

Melrose. 

This is a small place in the north- 
eastern part of Clark county, to reach 
which go to Alexandria, at the mouth 
of the Des Moines, which is about 12 
miles south-east of it. 

Meinpliis. 
This is the County Seat of Scotland 
county. The place is situated on the 
north-east side of North Fabius river 
near the centre of the county and 126 
miles north of Jefierson City. It is 
34 miles west of Alexandria on the 
Mississippi — its nearest point to that 
river. The place is situated directly 
on the proposed route of the Quincy 
and Northwestern railway, by which 
it will be just 54 miles distant that 
place. The surrounding country is 
very fine, being supplied with all that 
is desirable to make a pleasant neigh- 
borhood and a profitable home. Pop- 
ulation 480. 

Trades, ProCesssons, &c. 

Allen C L, lawyer. 
Asbury I R, physician. 
Bull N, Magistrate. 
Crow Jas T, physician, 
Durkee & Allen, lawyers. 
Ford M L, magistrate. 

Fowler & Murphy, . 

Gharky John, editor and proprietor 

of Weekly Memphis Conservative. 
Gwynne L, lawyer. 
Harle W F & Co, groceries. 
Mety Charles, general store. 
McDonald Sterling, county clerk. 
Meyers J W & Co, dry goods and 

groceries, 
Myers A S & O P, gen. store, 
Mety & Knight, boots and shoes. 
Memphis Lodge 16, A F & A M. 



Paxton & Hudson, gen. store. 
Patterson & Walker, gen. store. 

Pitkins H G, . 

Simpson & Clapper, gen. store. 
Scotland Lodge 104, I O O F. 

Southmayd , shoemaker. 

Walker J T, stoves and tinware. 
Wiley B F, prop, Douglas House. 

Mercer. 

Is only a [post office in Marion 
township, IMercer county, in the north- 
east part of the county. 

Wm. Alley, Post Master. 

Mexico. 
The County Seat of Audrain coun- 
ty is 42 miles east of north of Jeffer- 
son City on the North Missouri R, 
R., 1072 miles from St, Louis, and 
near the crossing of the South Fork 
of Salt river by that R, R, This is 
one of the very finest counties in Mis- 
souri, and its moderate distance from 
the large cities in its vicinity and its 
central situation all render it one of 
the most desirable for settlement west 
of the Mississippi. The site of the 
town is very pleasant, being gently 
rolling and of such smooth and un- 
broken surface as to offer no obstruc- 
tions to the immediate occupation of 
any part of it for building purposes. 
Many beautiful residences have alrea- 
dy been built and are surrounded by 
smooth grassy lawns and other adorn- 
ments, which go to make this a very 
pleasant place. Since the war many 
substantial brick business houses have 
been built and are now building 
around the Public Square, among 
which we would especially speak of 
the Mexico Hotel and Ringo Block, 
built by the banker of that name, at 
a cost of between $30,000 and 40,000, 
and it is the finest building between 
St. Louis and St. Joseph, The busi- 
ness men of Mexico all seem to be as 
busy as possible, and everything about 
the place evinces thrift and enter- 
prise. There are several respectable 
churches at this place and two print- 
ing offices and one excellent woolen 
mill, and various other good institu- 
tions to have in a first class inland 
town. Population 3,100, 



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ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 
CoRNEP^ Fourth & Locust Streets, 



THIS IS A FULL COURSE 



COMMERCIAL OR BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Im @M Mb B)©pm^tim©mt.§ P^^f ©©!« 

The President is a practical Accountant and Teacher of Twenty-six 
Years' standing in this city. The entire routine of the respective depart- 
ments is founded upon ACTUAL BUSINESS, and made to conform to the 
exact requirements of the Counting-house ; and Book-keeping as adapted to 
the Wholesale, Retail, Banldng, Manufacturing and Commission Business, &e. 
Hundreds of the oldest and most prominent business men and book-keepers 
of this city have been educated in this Institution, to whom personal refer- 
ence will be given, upon application to 

JONATHAN J<3NES, 

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Trades, Professions, «S:c. 

Adams I, general merchant and coun- 
ty jvistice. 
Audrain Female Seminary, W P 

Hurt, president, 108 students, four 

instructors. 
Baptist Church, Rev Jas Dudley. 
Barada L S, stoves and tinware. 
Beck J H, watches and jewelry. 
Bishop G W, claim agent. 
Botts A T & Co, lumber. 
Bradford A, of E N Johnson & Co. 
Brock R G & Co, druggists. 
Brooks J T, editor of Weekly Ledger, 

Weekly 750 circulation. 
Bruton James G, telegraph operator. 
Burns, Gillette & Co, (M J B, N H 

G and Thos H Wood) grocers. 
Callaway James, of T J Marshall & 

Co. 
Campbell W D, U S assessor and 

magistrate. 
Cardwell &Doolin, (Wm C & JasD) 

carriage making. 
Carson J W, sheriiT. 
Cassiday W L, meat market. 
Catholic Church. 

Cauthorn B R of J D Morris & Co. 
Cauthorn Wm A, of McElhaney & 

Co. 
Chikls R, tailor. 
CHURCHILL W 0, of Mexico 

machine company, 
CLARK J P, circuit clerk and real 

estate dealer. 



JOHN P. CLARK, 

(Clerk of I'lo Cirou't Court and Recnrdor of Deeils.) 



r aM IM Apit, 



:!\iJi;x:ico, bio. 



J3S~ A description of all lands can be seen 
on his Land Register. A residence of over 
twenty years in ttiis County, gives him fa- 
cilities for accommodating parties wlio may 
desire his services in this and adjoining 
counties. Prompt attention given to pay- 
ment of Taxes and redemption of Lands sold 
for Taxes. TERMS REASONABLE. 
In the office of the Circuit Cleric, 5Sox- 
ico. Mo. 



Hon. T. C. Fletcher, Gov. of Mo., Hon. .1. H. 
Robinsuu,Supt. Com. Sell., Hon.. J. S.Rollins, 
Ex. M. C, Hon. I. H. Sturgeon, Pres. N. M. R. 
R., J. B. Henderson, U. S. S., R. H. Jeffries, 
Clerk Co. Court. 



Clark Benton, of J W Miller & Co. 



Coil John G, of Harper & Coil. 

CONKLIN & SMART, (L M C & 
H W S) lawyers. 

Cornforth & Sons, prop. Mexico 
woolen mills. 

Craddock S A, lawyer. 

Crooks H H, assessor. 

Daniel John M tfe Co, groceries. 

Davenport W W, editor and prop. 
North Missouri Messenger, weekly 
newspaper, 500 circulation. 

Dearing John E, cashier Ringo's 
bank. 

Dearing Joseph W, wagon making. 

Disciples Church. 

Dobyns F L, groceries. 

Doolin James, of Cardwell & D. 

Dudley Rev James, Baptist. 

Duncan M Y, of Edwards & Dun- 
can. 

Early S W, of Robards & Early. 

Edwards & Duncan, (S M E & M Y 
D) lawyers. 

Edwards G W, carpenter. 

Emmert M, of R G Brock & Co. 

English Nicholas, painter and dealer 
in wall paper. 

Estes P H & Co, groceries. 

Fagan Thomas, carpenter. 

Farren Rev, Methodist. 

Ferris C B, watches and jewelry. 

Ferris G D, hardware and stoves. 

Fetter C B, physician. 

Fletcher & Plunkett, house and sign 
painters. 

Gamble John W, N M R R station 
agent. 

GARDNER J D, of Mexico ma- 
chine company. 

GARDNER A A, of Mexico ma- 
chine company. 

Gillette N H, of Burns, Gillette & 
Co. 

Gilliam James F, justice of the peace. 

Goddard & Hambletou (Geo W G & 

A H) blacksmiths. 

Gordon & Simmons, claim agents and 
lawyers. 

Hambleton Alfred, of Goddard & H. 

Harper & Coil, (Wm H & John G 
C) general store. 

Herbst P L, of Leon & Herbst, cloth- 
ing. 

Holt & Stasy, (T J H & A J S) res- 
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Hunter W D II, druggist. 

Humphrey W, physician. 

Hurt W P, Prof Audrain Female 
Seminary. 

Hutton John E, physician. 

Johnson E X & Co, gen. store. 

Jones G W, shingle mill. 

Keen AV J, barber, 

Ladd A, registration oiFice. 

Ladd ct Brooks, publishers Weekly 
Missouri Ledger. 

Ladd, Gordon tfc Co, real estate agts. 

Lander tt Gondii, tailors. 

Lee & Rothwell, (W H L & T P R) 
physicians. 

Lee & Steele, (J C L & W T S) gen. 
store. 

Leonard Daniel, of Wade & Leonard. 

Locke B L, county clerk. 

Lowry James, groceries. 

Luckie J W, dentist. 

Lupton Joseph, furniture. 

MACFAEXANE G B, of J D Mac- 
farlane iSz, Bro. 

MACFARLANE J I) & BRO, law- 
yers. 

Marmaduke John M, of J J Marshall 
&Co. 

Marshall T J & Co, gen. store. 

Marshall T J, county judge. 

Martin J H, marble dealer. 

Martin Septimus, prop, hotel and in- 
surance agent. 

Matschky Otto, barber. 

McClintock James, prop. Eureka 
House. 

McElhaney & Cauthorn, prop. High 
School. 

McKee John C, post master and agt. 
Merchants Union Ex. 

McKee L H & Co, hardware and gro- 
ceries. 

McLanahan John, saloon. 

Methodist Church Xorth, Rev Far- 
ran. 

lilethodist Church South, Rev Mar- 
shall IMcElhaney. 

Meyer John, agent lumber. 

MEXICO MACHINE CO, Church 
& Gardner Bro, prop. 

Mildred T J, of Smith & Mildred. 

MILLER HOUSE, J W Miller, 
proj). 

MILLER J W, prop. Miller House. 

Miller J W & Co, geu. store. 



IVlexico Machine Co. 

(Shop East of Fair Ground.) 

Sav/ and Grist Mills, Steam Engines, 
Eorse Powers. Threshing Ma- 
chines, Sugar Mills and E vap - 
orators, &c., &c., 

Furnished at Manufacturer's prices, with 
Freight added. 

CiflYeraflrs,Piiis,Cieckyalies,k 

Of our own make, furnished to order 
on short notice. 



Repairing- of all Kinds. 
address: MEXICO MACHINE CO., 

3Ieacico, ]>Io. 



Miller Oscar J, prop. Montour House. 
mOONEY T P, gen. store. 
Morris J B, county justice. 
Morris J D & Co, (J D M, T T M & 

R R Cauthorn) gen. store. 
Morris P M, druggist. 
Mountjoy Rev, Disciples Church. 
Muldrow & White, (John G M & D 

W) livery stable. 
Norris W G & Bro, boots and shoes. 
Pasqueth James, saddles and harness. 
Patton James W & Co, saddles and 

harness. 
Pedelupe Rev J B, Episcopalian. 
Perry tfe Waucker, (John P & Jamea 

E W) shoemakers. 
Pilcher M A, millinery. 
Potts J S, physician. 
Potts & Steele, druggists. 
Potts Mrs S A, millinery. 
Potts, Sullinger & Co, carpenters. 
Pratt J W, blacksmith. 
Presbyterian O S Church. 
Pulis Reuben, of John M Daniels & 

Co. 
Ragsdale Cornelius, saddles and har- 
ness. 
Reed W F, of H Williams & Co. 
Ricketts Charles, lawyer. 
RINUO A, of Woodward & Ringo. 
RINCIO A R, banker and of the tirm 

of L II INIeKee & Co. 
Ritchie B P," State representative. 
Robards & Early, gen. store. 
Roberts IMartin, meat market. 
Robinson C T, billiard saloon. 
Rothwell T P, of Lee & Rothwell. 



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MEXICO, MO., 



>K3" TSae -vo^y I>ost afeoiimisodaiions 
anti Board, at tiie lowest poswi^slc raics. 

.8®=- Stages for Fulton and Paris leave this 
House Daily. 



Kussell S W, physician. 

Sliepard JM, surveyor and civil engi- 
neer. 

Simmons M F, lawyer and notary. 

Shootman Mrs E A, millinery. 

Smith J C, oroceries and hardware. 

Smith & Mildred (J R S & T J M) 
merchant tailors. 

Spencer J J, constable and tobacco 
and ci«-ar.s. 

SMART MENllY W, of Conldin & 
Smart, stage line daily from Mexi- 
co to St Aubert via Fulton, 44 
miles. 

Stasy A J, of Holt & Stasy. 

Steele J J, of Potts & Steele. 

Steele W T, of Lee & Steele. 

Surber Andrew, saAV and grist mill. 

Symington, O S Presbyterian minis- 
ter. 

Thompson J W, of Sullinger, Potts 
& Thompson. 

Tincher F, blacksmith. 

Tincher Ira, wagonmaker. 

Wade & Leonard, furniture. 

AVaucker James E, of Perry & 
Wauckrr. 

Warner Vianna, dressmaker. 

West J J, prop, saw & grist mill. 

White Dode, of Muldrow & White. 

Whitney C M, lawyer. 

Whitney L H, lawyer. 

Williams H & Co, gen. store. 

Vinand Charles, bakery and confec- 
tionery. 

Wood G J, shoemaker. 

Woods John R, of Burns, Gillette & 
Co. 

Woodward & Ringo, (W H W & A 
R) general store. 



WllICIMT J08IAM, lumber dealer 
and insurance agent. 

Middlebury. 
In Washington township, IMercer 
county. Mo., in a short bend of the 
Weldon river, on a hill and amid 
woods on the east bank in the south 
edge of the county, a place of only 
12 or 15 houses, country about it very 
hilly and roads bad. 'This place is 
about 10 miles from the county seat. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 

Barker Edward, shoemaker. 

Burkelcy Levi, blacksmith. 

Coon David, saloon, 

Covey W G, post master and general 

store. 
Christian Disciples Church. 
Harrington Tlios, shoemaker. 
Reed *& Stanturf, (Wm R & M S) 

gen. store. 
Re'ed Wm, hotel. 
Wilkerson E, physician. 
Williams R A, gen. store, and stage 

and express office. 

Middle Ftibiiis. 

This small place is in the western 
part of Scotland county on the head 
waters of the Middle Fabius branch 
of the North Fabius river, S^y miles 
west of Memphis, the county seat, to 
reach which go by stage from Canton, 
on the Mississippi. 

Middle Grove. 
This thriving village is situated in 
the south-west corner of Monroe 
county, and 15 south-west of Paris, 
the county seat, and is immediately 
on the line of the proposed eastern 
extension of the western branch of 
the North Missouri R. R. from Mo- 
berly via Paris to JJonroe City. The 
rich land by which this place is sur- 
rounded when it shall have R. R. fa- 
cilities, will make it a fine place. 
Population 200. 

Brooks J M t'i Co, drugs and notions. 
Branham T B, saloon. 
Branham J R, carpenter. 
Branham B F, distillery. 
Ellis J H, carpenter. 
Hull S T, saloon. 



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Haley H E, blacksmith and justice \ 

of the peace. \ 

HAWKINS G A, auctioneer and I 

constable. 
Lerslev et Ownby, general store. 
McGee John W, physician & notary 

public. 
McXutt & Woods, physician. 
Ownby George, carpenter. 
Ragland & Vance, blacksmith. 
Eydiugs George, blacksmith. 
Eagland T B, justice of the peace. 
Stephens & Hunter, general store. 
Scott & Xoel, groceries. 
Smith Frederick A, furniture and 

cabinet maker. 
Swiney Preston, hotel. 
Settle i!e Ellis, saw and flour mill. 
Tucker E T, gen. store and tobacco 

manufacturers. 
Turner Mathew, saddler. 
Vanarsdal "\Y C, carriage and wagon 

maker. 
Wolf James, boot and shoe dealer. 
AVilker & Turner, merchant tailor. 

Middletown. 

In Prairie township, Montgomery 

county, 18 miles nearly north of Dan- 
ville, the County Seat, and nine miles 

north-east of Wellsville, the nearest 

station on the North Missouri E. E. 

It is situated on middling hilly land 

in timber. Population 520. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Baker E W, saw and grist mill. 

Covington John G, lawyer. 

Clare & Bro, general store. 

Cook &. Graham, groceries. 

Cobb John, wagon maker. 

Caldwell Walter, physician. 

Clare Fountaine, physician. 

Disciples Church. 

Gooch & Bro, blacksmiths. 

Hammack Seneca W, lawyer, survey- 
or and notary. 

Hockaday I & S, general store. 

James John W, lawyer and justice of | 
peace. ! 

Johnson J B, post master, tailor, and ' 
general store. i 

Z^Iethodist E Church. 

Meyers Julius, blacksmith. \ 

Eeed, Pennewell ct Co, manufactur- . 
ers of agricultural implements. 



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Pearson Christopher, physician. 

Pearson and Jones, gen. store and to- 
bacco factory. 

Eay Jas H, lawyer, groceries, notary • 
and hotel. 

Saunders AVm, blacksmith. 

Sharp .J. B, photographer. 

Stafibrd Stephen, shoemaker. 

Trainer & Wright, druggists. 

Yermillian John, furniture. 

Wernecke D H, saddles, harness and 
general store. 

White Wm, hotel and wool carding. 

Milan. 

This is the county seat of Sullivan 
county, situated centrally and about 
120 miles west of north of Jeflerson 
City. It is on the head waters, or 
rather one of the branches, of Locust 
creek. Its distance from the H. & 
St. Jo. E. E., at La Clede, its nearest 
point, is 27 J miles. It is reached by 
a line of stages from this point. Pop- 
ulation 320. 

Trades, Professions, A:c. 

Ash & Hord, dry goods. 
Burgess & Craig, dry goods, 
Crumpacker D H, groceries. 
Canterbury E F, general store. 
Eubanks A C, lawyer. 
Garvin Orra, general store. 
Hodge Wm T, flour mill. 
Hodge Wm F & Co, gen. store. 
How & Pool, stoves and tinware. 
Johnston Thomas J, lawyer. 
McDuff A S, gen. store. 
McDuff & Co, dry goods. 
ISIitchell John, lawyer. 
Nelson & Shearer, physicians and 



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Trimble & Boner (R A T & J Q B) 

gen. etore. 
Witter M B, lawyer. 

Milford. 

Tliis small place is in tlie south-east 
part of Carroll county, on the ^vest 
branch of the North 5lissouri R. R., 
seven miles east of Carrollton, the • 
County Seat, and its distance from 
DeWitt, the nearest place on the Mis- i 
eouri river, is about 8 J miles. I 

Millersburg. 

A village in the west part of Calla- . 
way county, nine miles nearly west of ' 
Fulton, the County Seat, not far from 
Cedar creek, in a timbered part of 
the country, and 22 miles north of 
Jefferson City. 

Trades, Profesniona, Arc. 
Braughton John, blacksmith. 
Baptist Church, old school. 
Craig it Gravitt, grist and saw mill. 
Disciples Church. 
Graham li: McKim, general store. 
Harris ct Adams, general store. 

Head , physician. 

Missionary' Baptist Church. 

Pomi , wagon maker and saloon. 

Pomi Paul, general store and post 

master. 

Millport 

This little place, in the north part 
of Knox county, is 8^ miles east of 
north of Edina, the County Seat, near 
one of the branches of the north Fab- 
ius. There is much fine farming coun- 
try in these parts, and as it is not far j 
from good markets, the land is valua- 
ble. Distance from Quincy 44 miles. ' 

Trades, Profession*, &c. 
McQuaid Charles, general store. 

Mill's Point. 

This is the name of a village on the 
north bank of the ^Missouri river, in 
the south-west part of Carroll county, 
14j miles south-west of Carrollton, 
the County Seat, and 35 miles south 
of Breckenridge, on the H. & St. Jo. 
B. R. The place contains four stores, 



one physician, one shoemaker and one 
blacksmith and one wagon maker. 
Population 160. 

Trades, Profession*, ie. 

Barbee L B, general store. 
Barnes T, physician. 
Crutchley Geo C, gee. store. 
Hager F, shoemaker. 
Hill & Ely, gen. store. 
Keith J, blacksmith. 
Kenton Geo, gen. store. 
Voght & Idlehart, wagon maker. 

Milhille. 

This is a station on the North Mis- 
souri R. R., in St. Charles county, 
very near the west county line, and 
47 i miles from St, Louis. It is near 
Perruque creek, and contains two 
stores, two express agents, a tobacco 
factory, one shoemaker and one black- 
smith. Population 120. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

Blackwell Harley, N M & U S ex- 
press agt. 

Brucker Joseph, gen. store. 

Fowler , saloon. 

Glower , blacksmith. 

Graham & Co, gen. store. 

May Frank, tobacco factory. 

Russell John, gen. store and Mer- 
chants U Ex. agt. 

Schatz John, shoemaker. 

Millwood. 

A small place in Lincoln county, 
nine miles north-east of Troy, the 
county seat, and situated between the 
forks of the Cuivre river. Its near- 
est point on the river is at Falmouth, 
18 miles distant, and from Warren- 
ton, on the North Missouri R. R., it 
is 19 miles north. Population 80. 

Trade"*, Professions, Ae, 

Elder Yrm F, gen. store. 
^Mied Henry T, gen. store. 
Mudd H T & H P, gen. store. 

Milton. 

A viUage in Union township in 
Randolph county, 12 miles from 
Huntsville, the county seat, and five 
miles east of Cairo, on the N. M. R. 
R., to which place ship goods. It is 
near the east edge of the county. 
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There is some very rich country in 
this vicinity. Population 180. 

Trades, ProffeKsioiis, d:c. 

Boatman S T, blacksmith. 
Boatman & Carver, wheelwright. 
Briscoe Wra E, saddles and harness. 
Carr & Co, general store. 
Derit Henry, wheelwright. 
De Young Ed R, general store. 
Evans W L T, of Carr & Co, and 

justice of the peace. 
Hall R R, physician. 
Holloway , general store. 

Mirabile. 
This is a small place in the western 
part of Caldwell county. It is in 
Rockford township, five miles south 
west of Kingston, the county seat, in 
a fine high prairie. Its nearest point 
to rail road is at Cameron, on the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R., from which it is dis- 
tant eleven miles. 

Trades, Frofessious, &c. 

CVawford Wm H, gen. store. 

Missouri City. 

This is a smart little town in Fish- 
ing River Township, in Clay county, 
seven miles east of Liberty, the coun- 
ty seat, and is situated on a bend of 
the Missouri river, somewdiat similar 
to the situation of Brunswick. The 
place is on the line of the extension 
of the West Branch of the North 
Missouri R. R., and contains four 
general merchants, two physicians, 
one. flour mill, three blacksmiths, one 
saddler, two drug stores, two liquor 
stores, four groceries and produce 
dealers, two wagon makers, one dis- 
tillery, three dry goods stores, &c. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Cambell G W, gen. store. 

Carter , physician. 

Chapman II S, physician. 
Deatherage F P, flour mill. 
Dickey James, blacksmith. 
Dimmitt A, saddles and harness. 
Dimmitt B M, drugs. 
Donaghe & Winfrey, gen. store. 
Egbert & McClintock, liquor dealers. 
Elgin G S, groceries. 
Gilmer R G, produce. 



SHERMAN HOUSE. 

WM. H. PINE, Proprietor, 
Fi'ont Sti-eet, 

(OPPOSITE CHICAGO DEPOT,) 

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Grubbs R S, wagon maker. 
Harris H W, drugs, 
IluC^aker J H, wagon maker. 
Huston & Cravens, general store. 
Hutchinson &, Chancelor, distillery. 
Lingenfelter J E, blacksmith. 
McCarty A Z, liquors. 
McQuidy W, dry goods. 
Nowlan B W & Son, general store. 
Oats John, shoemaker. 
Owens W, blacksmith. 
Reed J & T C, groceries. 
Robertson & Chancelor, dry goods. 
Skinner H H & Co, dry goods. 
Sublett S B, groceries. 

Mitcliellville. 

This is the name of a small village 
in Harrison county on Big River, 
about five miles south-west of Betha- 
ny, the County Seat, in the midst of 
a well watered and well timbered 
part of the country. The population 
is about 150, and is an Ohio settle- 
ment. To reach this place it will be 
necessary to take the stage at Hamil- 
ton, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and go 
thence north 31 miles. 

Robert D Rodgers, P M. 

Tradci«, Professions, &c. 

Arnold Thomas, gunsmith. 
Burris & Rogers, general store. 
Elliott Jcfierson, blacksmith. 
McRay & Martin, saw and flour mill. 
Walker James, cabinet maker. 
Globe & Smith, (A G & J S) shinglo 



Mol>e^lJ^ 

This is the name of a town laid off 
at the intcrfcction of tlie west branch 
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one mile below the village of Allen, 

miles from St. Louis and seven 

miles south of east of Huntsville, the 
County Seat. Judging from the price 
paid for prairie lots at the original 
sale in the laying out of the town, tliis 
place is expected to be considerable in 
size before many years, and such a 
thing is not improbable if the road 
should be extended east to a junction 
with the H. & St. Jo., at Monroe City. 

Modeiia. 
In Madison township, about eight 
miles south-west of Princeton, in Mer- 
cer county, nicely situated on a prai- 
rie in the edge of timber, on the State 
road leading from Trenton to Pleas- 
ant Plains, Iowa, on a dividing ridge 
between Thompson and Weldon forks 
of Grand river — a healthy and well 
watered town of seven years' growth. 
Population 220. 

Trades, IProfcssions, &c. 

Baber L R, post master. 

Boston B T, boots, shoes and dry 

goods. 
Bradley James, general store. 
Cremeens Wm T, wagon maker. 
Dunn A L, physician. 
Johnson J H, physician and general 

McElroy J J, of Miller & McE. 

Miller & McElroy, (Geo S M & J J 
McE) blacksmiths and wagon ma- 
kers. 

McLaughlin John, physician. 

Ogle John C, gen. store. 

Thompson Chas, gen. store. 

Monroe City. 

This is the fifth station from Han- 
nibal, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and is 
situated on section 13, township 56 
nortli and 8 west, in the county of 
Monroe, on a beautiful prairie wliich 
descends to the south-west, but there 
is timber IJ miles north, two miles 
south and five miles v/cst, but none in 
sight in the east. This place is 20 
miles from Paris, the County Seat, and 
28 from Quincy, 111. One-fourth of 
the entire place has been built during 
the last year. A handsome Gothic 
stone chui'ch, St. Jude's, for the Epis- 



copalians, is in course of erection. 
They have also a substantial brick 
college building, 50 by 75 feet, near 
the church, which was the scene of 
one historic event, at least, during the 
last war. The population is about 
four hundred. Mr. A. Warner is 
post master. The streets running 
parallel with the railroad are called 
Winter, Catherine, Court, Charles, 
Green, Summer and Dover. Those 
crossing them are Vine, Locust, Chest- 
nut and Oak. The situation is very 
pleasant. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Asbury R, physician. 

Anderson H K, prop, of the Planters' 

Plouse. 
Bush Wm T, live stock dealer. 
Brown Rollin, prop, livery stable. 
Buchanan H A, gen. store, lumber 

and blacksmithing. 
Cary H, firm of Cary & Plough, gen. 

store. 
Cary James, constable. 
Church of St. Judes, Episcopal. 
Comings Geo P, associate principal of 

Monroe Episcopal Institute. 
Comings S E, associate principal of 

Monroe Institute. 
DUDLEY EDWARD, H & St Jo 

R R agt, telegraph operator and 

Am Ex agt. 
Dawson J R, firm of Freeman, Daw- 
son & Co, general store. 
Freeman J, firm of F, Dawson & Co. 
Gihson B M, shoemaker. 
Hough Heber A, firm of Cary & 

Hough. 
Hotel, Planters' House. 
Hawkins F S, carpenter. 
Hubbard T W, carpenter. 
Lee T J, saloon. 

Masonic Lodge, N. . 

Monroe Institute, cor Vine AGreensts. 

McBIurry Jolm, druggist. 

Pond A, firm of Freeman, Dawson & 

Co. ^ 
Proctor, Thomas, physician, firm of 

McMurry & P. 
Scheetze F B, rector of St. Judes. 
Stevens Wm, tailor. 
Swift Chas, agricultural implements. 
Warner A, post master. 
Wommelsdorf F, shoemaker. 



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"Wholesale antl Tiotail X>calei- in 

l\^£ip'oii Timber, Tliirable Skeins, 
02 Hampshire Street^ 

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Montgomery City. 

Is iu Upper Loutre township, 
Montgomery county, on the North 
Missouri R. R., 88 miles from St. 
Louis, 4* miles north of Danville, 
the County Seat, and is situated in a 
high ridge of prairie, being on the 
grand divide or water shed between 
the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. 
It is a nice little place, newly built 
and is still improving very fast. This 
is the eating station for the North 
Missouri R. R., and they have a very 
neat and commodious hotel. It con- 
tains five physicians, one lawyer, 
three laud agents, two saloons, one 
tailor, three hotels, one lumber yard, 
six general stores, one meat market, 
one bakery, two shoemakers, one 
druggist, one clothing store, one 
watches and jewelry, three wagon 
makers and two blacksmiths, four 
carpenters, one brewery, one coop- 
er, three milliners, one stove and tin 
ware, one livery stable, one flour mill, 
one woolen mill, one saw mill, one 
newspaper, (the Montgomery Inde- 
pendent,) one gunsmith, &c.. Alto- 
gether tlie place has quite a business 
appearance and a fine location. There 
is a good substantial brick public 
school building. The population is 
about 1000. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Barker J, livery stable. 

Bickford W W, physician. 

Bodiue J R, physician. 

Bruner & Busby, stoves and tinware. 



Bruner David, saloon, magistrate and 
notary. 

Butler E F, N M R R, U S Ex. 
agt. and telegraph operator. 

Byron D M, hay press. 

Campbell J B, physician. 

Chapman & Magruder, gen. store. 

Clemens H M. painter. 

Cook & Robinson, millinery. 

Difani A, shoemaker. 

Flood John, gunsmith. 

Forshey A O, real estate agent. 

Furguson Wm, meat market. 

Furguson James, agt. M U Ex. 

Gatewood G W, lawyer and real es- 
tate agent. 

Gleason , insurance agent. 

Goodrich Charles E, insurance agt. 

Goodrich Warren, flour mill. 

Gordon <fe Hance, general store. 

Ham & Bro, general store. 

Hauback & Barnes, (J E H & B S 
B) druggists, boots and shoes and 
clothing. 

Hibbert J H, brewery. 

Kemp Mrs Martha, hotel. 

Martin &, Conaty, saw and woolen 
mill. 

Montgomery Independent, weekly 
newspaper, 400 circulation, Robert 
Verdier ed. and prop. 

Mitchell W C, agt. lumber and brick- 
yard. 

Maughs & Hopkins, bakery & bar- 
ber. 

McDaniel Jerry, saddles and harness. 

Moore Mathew, wagon maker. 

Neighbors Mrs J A, millinery. 



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O'Neil Father, Catholic priest. 

Overstreet & Bro, carpenters. 

Overstreet E B, carpenter. 

Parker T W, real estate agt. and lo- 
cal editor of Independent. 

Riddle Benjamin, cooper. 

Rogers & Ciishman, blacksmith and 
wagon maker. 

Rowe Mrs E D, hotel. 

Rowe J ohn S, carpenter. 

Sabourin Frank, wagon making and 
blacksmithing, 

SANDS J II, gen. store and physi- 
cian. 

Spinsby, Henry & Co, R R eating 
house and hotel. 

Stephens Thos & Co, general store. 

Standhardt August, furniture. 

Sullivan D M, post master, notary 
and carpenter. 

Trainer Adam F, justice and tailor. 

Thompson A L, saloon. 

Verdier Robert, editor and proprietor 
of the Montgomery Independent. 

Vogt Albert, watches and jewelry. 

Weber Mrs A, millinery. 

Whitehead R L, general store. 

Wolff Joseph, shoemaker. 

Monticello. 

This is the County Seat of Lewis 
county, at the center of the county, 
on the North Fabius, 12 miles west 
of Canton — its nearest point on the 
Mississippi river. It is 104 miles 
nearly north of Jefferson City, and is 
distant from Quincy 20 miles in a 
north-west direction, and on the line 
of the proposed Quincy and North- 
western Railway. It is a pleasant 
place and is surrounded by a fine far- 
ming country. Population 760. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Adams R L & Co, druggists. 

Anderson & Sisson, (A U A & H S) 
groceries. 

Asbury I R, physician. 

Barnes E, saddles and harness. 

Beatty W W, groceries and post mas- 
ter. 

Briscoe & Asbury, physicians. 

Birch Wm, wagon maker. 

Cooter J M, bUicksmith. 

Davis J H, stoves and tinware. 

DAY S J, lawyer. 



Fible Joseph & Co, general store. 

Guilkey & Leeper, wagon maker. 

Hay man Peter & Son, general store. 

Howard T M, shoemaker. 

Jeffries T B, circuit clerk. 

Johnson A C, saloon. 

Leeper J H, blacksmith. 

Ma Gee C R, real estate agent. 

Marchand F L, lawyer. 

Marchand J B, physician. 

McMurry J M & Co, druggists. 

McQuaid T M, saloon. 

Million & Vandever, (J D «& L J) 

general store. 
Morton G, blacksmith. 
Newlon S M, blacksmith. 
Orcult O D & W C, shoemakers. 
Petro D J, groceries. 
RASH F W, lawyer. 
Rash J S, county treasurer. 
Rees D C, schoolmaster. 
Reynolds Benjamin & Son, gen. store. 
Roberts H, wagon maker. 
Rose W A, physician. 
Schook L, shoemaker. 
Starr N D, county clerk. 
Sublett A M, physician. 
Turpin Daniel, harness maker. 
Vandiver & Sisler, gen. store. 

Moore's MilL 

This is a mill site privilege and 
country store and post office in Calla- 
way county. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Leeper W L, general store. 

MooresTille. 

In Livingston county, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., 12 miles west of Chilli- 
cothe, the County Seat, and 66 miles 
east of St. Joseph. It is on a small 
ridge of prairie, opening to the south, 
with a beautiful view, and is surround- 
ed on three sides by timber — is a fine, 
sightly summit. The place has but 
few houses, and they are new and 
small. The country about the place 
is quite well settled up. 

Population 160. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Brunson James, of McCarty & Brun- 
son. 

Glazier Rodney, post master and mag- 
istrate. 



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Glenn J W, of J W Glenn & Co, H 

& St Jo R R, & Am Ex agt. 
Glenn J W & Co, CJ W G & J W 

Mathews) genei-al merchants. 
Lawson J J, of Moore & Lawson. 
Long Wm (J, physician. 
McCarty & Brunson, (Albert McC & 

Jas B") blacksmiths. 
Moore & Lawson, (Wm M & J J L) 

general merchants. 

Morton. 

This is a small place in the south- 
eastern part of Ray county, eight 
miles east of Richmond, on the north 
side of Crooked river, and near the 
line of the extension of the AVest 
Branch of the North Missouri R R. 

Moscow. 
A small village in the south part 
of Lincoln county, four miles east of 
Troy, the county seat and on the east 
bank of the Cuiver river. Its near- 
est point on the Mississippi is at Cap 
au Gris, 12 miles east, and it is the 
same distance north of Millville sta- 
tion on the North Missouri R R. 

Mt. Airy. 

This is a small village near the 
south edge of Randolph county, and 
situated about nine miles south of 
Huntsville, the county scat. It is a 
high and airy situation, as its name 
indicates. It is reached by stage 
from Allen via Huntsville. 

Population 100. 

Trj»ilos, l*rofessions, «Sro. 

Belden Henry, gen. store. 
Hurt Thomas R, magistrate. 
Malone B W, blacksmith. 
Matthews George A, tobacco factory. 
Missionary Baptist Church. 
Sutliff John, woolen mill. 

Mt. Moriali. 

In Harrison county, on the road 
from Princeton to Bethany, at the 
west edge of tlie bottom skirting 
Thompson's fork of Grand river. 
There Is a saw mill, two stores and 
two blacksmltlis, one physician, and 
about one dozen houses. Popula- 
tion 200. 



Trades, Profci*«sioiis, &e. 

Baldwin & Haley, (Wm M B & J D 
Hi general store. 

BRYANT W I>, physician. 

Coots J E, of Haley, Coots & Sher- 
wood. 

Haley, Coots & Sherwood, saw mill. 

Haley J D, of Baldwin & Haley. 

Haley S S, of Haley, Coots & Sher- 
wood. 

Parrish Joseph V, blacksmith. 

Parrish L F, gen. store. 

Prater Wm J^ blacksmith. 

Sherwood D O, of Plaley, Coots & 
Sherwood. 

Mount Pleasant. 
This is a small place in Cooper 
township, in Gentry county, nine 
miles west of Albany, the County 
Seat, and 33 miles north of Stewarts- 
ville, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and 
38 miles north-east of St. Joseph. 
Nearest point by R. R. is Savannah, 
which is 27 miles, on Platte county 
R. R. The place is situated on the 
second bottom of the West Fork of 
Wild Cat creek, a nice place for a 
town site, and the country east of tho 
place is thickly settled. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Chilton Madison, physician. 
Stockton Thos, gen. store. 

Mouth of Cedar. 

This is a small place on the Mis- 
souri river at the mouth of a creek of 
that name, nearly opposite Jeft'erson 
City. The ])lace is in Callaway coun- 
ty, and contains two stores. 

Trades, Professions, &o. 

Samuels Charles, dry goods. 
Stricklin & Bro, gen. store. 

Muddy Fork. 

This is a small place in the west 
part of Knox county, on a branch of 
Salt river, 9:1 miles south-west of Edi- 
na, the County Seat. It is 23 miles 
north of Clarence, on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R., to which place ship. 

Mund City. 

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of the St, Joseph & Council Bluffs 
Ji. R., and from its position would in- 
dicate that it may be, at some future 
time, the County Seat. The surround- 
ing country is very fine. 

Naslnille. 

This small place is situated in 
Boone county, south part, on the Mis- 
souri river, and 9^ miles south of Co- 
lumbia the County Scat. Tlie Mis- 
souri river opposite this place has a 
large island, and just back of this 
place in (he interior, Hows southward 
a, creek called Bonne I'enime, and we 
suppose these i)arts, by this, must 
abound with pretty women, as the 
name indicates. 

Naylor's S^orc. 
This small place is nearly in the 
center of St. Charles county, and is 
about three miles south of Perruque, 
on the N. M. li. K. Its nearest point 
on the river would be at Hamburg, 
seven miles south. 

KolsoiiTillo. 

This small phice is almost exactly 
in the north-west corner of ^Marion 
county, and is 20 miles nortii-west of 
Palmyra, the County Scat, and is 
about 23 miles west of Quincy, It 
is on the north side of the South Fa- 
bius creek, and is in a splendid sec- 
tion of country. 

Nevada. 

This small place is in the south- 
east part of Grundy county, just cast 
of the west, fork of Grand river, and 
13 miles south-east of Trenton, the 
County Scat, and 14 i miles north of 
Bot(sville, its nearest point en the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R. 

Newark. 
Is a pleasant little village on the 
South Fabius river, situated near tlic 
south-east corner of Knox covaity, 15 
miles south-east of Edina, the county 
scat, and 29 miles nearly west of 
Quincy. The ground on v/nich it is 
situated is rolling surrounded by tim- 
ber, well watered with both cisterns 



and living wells. The business part 
is compactly built, but the inhabi- 
tants are scattered over one-fourth by 
one-half mile, and in the center of 
the best farming country in North- 
cast Missouri. Population 250. 

Trades, Prolessioiisa, &v, 

Agne.Av James C, county clerk. 

Agnew John I, general store. 

Allyn Wm, stoves and tinware. 

Anderson T W, druggist. 

Bed Wm M, representative. 

Brcwiugton D W, county treasurer. 

Barnes Jabcz, justice of the peace 
and notary. 

Cotty I ^y, coroner. 

Clos Jacob, wagon shop. 

Chapman Wm, saw mill. 

Fulton Geo W, sheriff. 

Fox , manufacturer of tobacco. 

Hillis , circuit attorney. 

Holmes Samuel G, general store. 

lIcH'ron Martin, shoemaker. 

Hunt Joseph R, dentist. 

Hummer Thomas, painter. 

Josselyn 11 P, stoves, tin and hard- 
ware and agricultural implements, 
and blacksmith and wagon shop. 

Keith James M. supervisor of regis- 
tration. 

Lear Zack, general store. 

Martin Isaac, superintendent common 
schools and Methodist preacher. 

Morris G G, groceries. 

McKim J M, physician. 

Marshall Wm A, physician. 

Owsley Robert, gunsmith. 

Plummer Wm M, county judge. 

Parsons H R, county assessor. 

Randolph & Anderson, gen. store. 

Rich Wm, saddle and harness. 

Richardson N C, harnessmaker. 

Ringer Rufus, flour mill. 

Smith Russell, circuit clerk. 

Shultz Sylvester, county judge. 

Sloan Albert D, constable. 

Snyder B F, gen. store. 

Towsou A A, druggist. 

ToAvson Mrs Sarals, hotel. 

Tatlow T H, Presbyterian clergyman 

Tittle Wm G, merchant tailor. 

TUCKER W I), Nurseryman. 

Wamslcy Thos O, county judge. 

V/ylie A M, cabinet maker. 

Yaney James B, blacksmithing. 



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New Bloomfield. 

This place is in tlie south-west part 
of Calloway county, being 12 miles 
Bouth-west of Fulton, the County Seat, 
and about nine from the Missouri 
river, at the mouth of Cedar. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Alexander Wm, saddles and harness. 
Brooks & McMahan, druggists. 
Ferguson Samuel, blacksmith. 
Gofi' John, blacksmith. 
Lyons Jackson, general store. 
Overton & Tureman, dry goods and 
groceries. 

New Boston. 

A small place in the north-west 
corner of Macon county, 27 miles 
north-west of Macon City. Ship to 
New Cambria, on the H. & St. Jo. R. 
R., 18 miles south. 

Trades, Professions, <ke. 
Drake James, general store. 

Newburgh. 

This small place is situated in the 
north part of Macon county, near the 
Chariton river, and 21 miles from 
Macon City, the County Seat. Its 
nearest point on R. R. is at Callao, 
17 miles south. 

New Cambria. 

This new town, which is a Welsh 
settlement or colony, is on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., in the western part of 
Macon county, about 85 miles from 
Quiucy, and is on a ridge of land be- 
tween the Chariton river and the Mus- 
cle fork of Wolf creek. The country 
about is hilly, and there is mucla 
scrubby oaks about on the hill-sides. 
This part of the country is what the 
railroad men call "the knobs," and 
the railroad has most of its heavy 
grades within 15 miles, either west or 
east of this place. Population 180. 

Trades, Profeswions, Sec, 

Cook L, hotel. 
Gilleland John, groceries. 
Jones O W, general store. 
Jones Wm, blacksmith. 
Mendenhall A, saloon. 
Morgan Moses, saloon. 



Norton E W, physician. 
Phillips Wm, shoemaker. 
Roberts tfc Jones, carpenters & build- 
ers. 

New Castle. 

This is in the east edge of Gentry 
county, in Athens township, seven 
miles south-east of Albany, the Coun- 
ty Seat, on the head waters of Samp- 
son's creek, in a timbered part of the 
country, 29 miles north of Cameron, 
the County Seat, 44 miles north-east 
of St. Joseph, and 36 miles from Sa- 
vannah, the present terminus of the 
Platte Country R. R. 

Trades, Professions, &.c, 

Carson I N, general store. 
Wells & Co, gen. store. 

New Franklin. 

This small place is in the south 
part of Howard county, nine miles 
west of south of Fayette, the County 
Seat, and only three miles from Old 
Franklin, its nearest river point on 
the Missouri river. The country in 
these parts is excellent with much 
rich land. 

New Garden. 

This is a small place in Ray coun- 
ty, but a place by that name is rarely 
seen on the map in those parts, how- 
ever it contains a population of about 
100. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Black & Bond, physicians. 
Dickey James, blacksmith. 
Samples & Gray, general store. 
Wyman J A & Co, blacksmiths. 

New Harmony. 

This place is in the western part of 
Pike county, nine miles south of west 
of Bowling Green, the County Seat, 
and near the head waters of north 
fork of Cuiver river. Its nearest R. R. 
point is at Wellsville, on the N. M. 
R. R., 19 miles south-west, and its 
distance from Louisiana, on the river, 
is 21 miles. 

Trades, Professions, &.C.. 

Branstetter James, hotel. 



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Branstetter Michael, blacksmith. 
Green & Griever, (Wm G & Jas G) 
general store. 

New Hope. 

A pleasant village in Lincoln coun- 
ty, 18 miles north-east of Troy, con- 
taining about 500 inhabitants, sur- 
rounded by good farms, and contains 
several stores, two churches, two phy- 
sicians, and a steam flour mill. Its 
nearest river point is at Falmouth, on 
the Mississippi, seven miles east. It 
is also 22 miles north of Wentzville, 
on the North Missouri R. 11. 

Trades, Professions, &*:. 

Davis Joseph, blacksmith. 
Downing Bro & Co, flour mill. 
Foley & Addison, general store. 
Gilmer F G, physician. 
Hunter, Hamilton & Co, gen. store. 
Knox JAP, physician. 
Mays S F, general store. 
Ructer Herman, shoemaker. 

Saulsbury , tailor. 

Steel Peter & Co, general store. 
Thompson & Trail, general store and 

saloon. 
Walls M R, gen. store and saloon. 
Welch J W, physician. 

New London. 

The County Seat of Ralls county, 
72 miles north-east of Jefferson City. 
The place is in Spencer township, near 
Spencer creek, at its junction with 
Salt river. It is directly back of Sa- 
verton, on the Mississippi river, and 
is distant nine miles and is about 11 
miles south of Hannibal. 

Population 520. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bibb John G, saloon. 

Brown H W, blacksmith. 

Caldwell H, druggist. 

Carter Charles C, gen. store. 

Church R H, gen. store. 

Clayton & Johnson, druggists. 

Dimmitt N S, lav/yer. 

Dodge & Mayhall, eds. and pubs, of 

the Ralls County Weekly Record. 
Epperson Washington, magistrate. 
Gay & Strode, physicians. 



Gill Thos F, magistrate. 

Hartkoft' Daniel, gunsmith. 

Hays Geo C, gen. store. 

Hurt Yager, magistrate. 

Johnson J J & Co, druggists. 

Lancaster A G, lawyer. 

Ledford O H P, lawyer and real es- 
tate agent. 

Megown John, lawyer. 

Ralls County Record, weekly news- 
paper. 

Shacklett Robt, gen. store. 

Southworth E W, lawyer. 

Smith M, hotel. 

St Johns R, jr, groceries. 

Strode &, Gay, physicians. 

Well man Henry C, lawyer. 

Whaley 0, justice of peace. 

New Market, No. 1. 

Is in Platte county. Mo., about two 
miles from Buchanan county line, 10 
miles north of Platte City county 
site, 10- miles from Weston, 22 from 
Plattsburg and 20 miles from St. Jo- 
seph. It contains about 200 inhab- 
itants, two good churches — one South 
ern Methodist, the other Christian, 
one good school house, four dry goods 
houses — retail dealers, three boot and 
shoe shops and two saloons. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

ARMSTRONG, C P, post master 

and manufacturer of brick. 
Armstrong & Woods, gen. store. 
Adams R C, photographer. 
Brock W A, physician. 
Cartwright Willis, gen. store. 
Chesney J P, physician. 
Edgar & Leave, general store. 
Field G W, magistrate. 
Gohun G K, constable. 
Garrison John, saddler. 
Hansbrough J A, photographer. 
Hill Wm, blacksmith. 
Impey John, physician. 
Lowe Wm A, shoe dealer. 
Love John, shoe dealer. 
Moore John, physician. 
Owens A, blacksmith. 
Pew P T, saloon. 
Pope R T, saloon. 
Stone John, shoe dealer. 
Sawer W, saddler. 
Sjott John J, butcher. 

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Tufts & Field, general store. 
Tufts F M, circuit clerk. 

New Market No. 2. 

This small place is situated in the 
south-west part of Marion county, 11 ^ 
miles west of Palmj^ra, the County 
Seat, and six north of Monroe station, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. There is 
much good land south of this place, 
and some excellent timber in the im- 
mediate vicinity. 

New Melle. 

A village in St. Charles county, as 
the name would indicate, both it and 
the inhabitants are natives of an Eu- 
ropean clime, and they have selected 
a fertile spot and a balmy climate for 
their American home. The village 
contains a population of about 280. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Abington Henry, justice. 
Borberg Oscar, physician. 

Eich , shoemaker. 

Koelling Ernst H, general store. 

Luetkemeier John H, wagon maker, 

Lutheran Church. 

Meyer Ernst, general store. 

Rpckmus Edward, blacksmith. 

S< h erbaum Henry, blacksmith and 

wagon maker. 
Sudbrock J H, gen. store and post 

master. 
Sudbrock Wm, saloon and hotel. 

Theilemann , shoemaker. 

Upping Henry, wagonmaker. 
AVeinrich Conrad, blacksmith. 

Newtown. 

This village is in Putnam county 
not far from the Iowa line, and con- 
tains a good mill or two, and a num- 
ber of stores and two physician, swith 
a population of about IGQ. 

Trades, Prof.s-i<»us, &c. 

Hunt & Harris, general store. 

Jones Wm B, miller. 

Martin John, physician. 

Miller R G, flour mill. 

Moore D A, physician. 

Morrison Joseph., general store. 

Wood, jMcon & V/ocd, general store. 



Nineveh, No. 1. 

A small village in the northern 
part of Adair county, located on the- 
Chariton river five miles north-west 
of Kirksville the County Seat, and 
70 miles from Qviincy. The place is 
settled by honest enterprising Ger- 
mans. They have a store, tannery, 
grist mill, hotel, saloons, carpenter 
and blacksmith shops, &c. 

Population 100. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bowers John, gen. store. 
Felker Henry, blacksmith. 
Fellow Tobias, tanner. 
Miles Fred, prop, hotel. 
Stinebaugh Geo, prop. mill. 
Wells Joseph, gen store. 

Nineveli, No. 2. 

This is a small village in the west 
part of Lincoln county, situated in a 
rich neighborhood, with two or three 
stores and a post office. 

North Point. 

This is a small place in Canton 
township, in Holt county, 12 miles 
distant from Oregon, the County Seat. 
Population 60. 

Trades & Professions. 

Bailly Ozias, general store. 
Frame W R, gen. store. 

North Salem. 

Is situated in Linn county, 18 
miles north-east from St. Catherine, 
near Yellow creek, and is in the edge 
of timber with timber on three sides, 
rolling country with plenty of water. 
Ship to St. Catherine. Population 80. 

Trades, Professions, Ae. 

Hannah & Putnam, general store. 
Moore David, post master. 
Rogers & Beatty, general store. 

North Star. 

This place is on the Missouri river, 
in Atchison county, six miles west of 
Rockport, the County Seat. The riv- 
er here presents a regular and quite 
direct course for some 12 miles, but 
just below this place takes a huge de- 
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necessary turn. This is quite a smart 
little place and contains a population 
of about 160. 

Trades Sc Professions. 

Barnes & Terrell, lumber and saw 
mill. 

Barnes & Watson, flour mills. 

Billings B, general store. 

Chambers John, cabinet maker. 

Cook & Campbell, storage and com- 
mission. 

Millsap & Son, gen. store. 

Muir & Stiner, Hour mill. 

Noyelty. 

This place is in the southern part 
of Knox county, 9} miles south of 
Edina near the head of what is called 
North river. It is just 18 miles 
north of Clarence, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R., and 42 miles in a direct 
line from Quincy. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 
Flagcler &: Evins, druggists. 
Jones & Hunter, general store. 
Ross Jolin, gen. store. 

N. Winchester. 
This small place is in the western 
part of Carroll county, 13 miles west 
of Carrolton, the County Seat. It is 
7i miles north of Miles' Point, its 
nearest river port on the Missouri 
river. It can be reached from Breck- 
enridge on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 29 
miles north of it. 

Oakdale. 

This is a small place in the south- 
east part of Shelby county, six miles 
east of Shelbyville, the County Seat, 
and five miles norlh of Lakenan, on 
the H. & St. J. R. R., to which place 
ship. 

Oak Point. 

This small place is in the southern 
part of Randolph county, about two 
miles from the intersection of the 
West Branch of the N. M. R. R., and 
is distant 8 J miles in a south-east di- 
rection from Huntsville, the County 
Seat. 

O'Fallon. 

A small place 33 4 miles from St. 



Louis, on the N. M. R. R. The coun- 
try about this place is very much 
broken and timbered, and the grades 
on the R. R. are very heavy. 
Population IGO. 

Trades, P<^ofi ssions, &e. 

Bezenberger Jos, N M R R & U S 
Ex agt. 

Boegel Joseph, hotel. 

Krekel Nicholas, gen. store and post 
master. 

Loflcr Joseph, wagon maker. 

Schultz & Ward, gen. store and Mer- 
chants U Ex agt. 

Williams C W, physician. 

Wilson James, blacksmith. 

Wood Mathew, brick yard. 



This is a small place in Andrew 
county, seven miles norlh of Savan- 
nah in the bottom of One Hundred 
and Two river, on the east side, 
which is here one-half mile wide. On 
the west side of the river is some 
timber. 

Trad' s, Professions, &e. 

Heren & Rhoades, (;^S P H & Newton 

S B,) gen. store. 
[ Hunter Peter, blaclismitli. 
Laney Joseph & John, woolen mill. 
Ogle John, pro]), of flour and saw 

mill. 

Old A exandi'ia. 

This is the name of quite a village 
as near the center as may be of Lin- 
coln county, and it is five miles north 
of Troy, the County Seat. Its near- 
est point on the Mississippi is a': Ster- 
ling, 15 miles east. The place is 16} 
miles north of Wright's Station, on 
the North Missouri R. R., and con- 
tains three stores and two blacksmiths 
and wagon makers, two saw and grist 
mills and one woolen mill. 

Trades, Professions, etc. 

Carter & Newland, steam saw and 

grist mill. 
Dryden J H, woolen mill. 
Dryden & Co, general store. 
Dunn & Hopkins, general store. 
Harvey W B, steam saw and grist 

mill. 



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HARDWARE HOUSE. 



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At the Haomrest Rates. 



I continue to offer Goods, from a large and varied assortment of first 
quality, at prices that must induce Merchants to purchase, and at which I 
am only able to sell by adhering strictly to my prompt CASH principles. 

I would call particular attention to my 



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in which I do a large business on orders received by mail, and which is so 
systematised that all orders, large or small, are taken immediately in hand, 
carefully filled, and the goods promptly shipped. Goods not found satisfacto- 
ry, may be returned, if sent back immediately. 

B^^ Orders from new customers should be accompanied with money or 
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Hines James, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Houston Copeland, blacksmith and 

wagon maker. 
Mcintosh & Cunningham, gen. store. 
Newland M, carpenters. 

Old Franklin. 

This is a small place, situated on 
the Missouri river, 10 miles south of 
Fayette, the County Seat. Its near- 
est R. R. point is Renick, on the N. 
M. R. R., distant 24 miles. 

Old Monroe. 

This small village is in the south 
part of Lincoln county, in the valley 
of the Cuiver river, and is not over 10 
miles nortli of Ferruque, on the N. M. 
R. R., and not over five miles inland 
from Cap an Gris, on the river. 

Trades Sc JProfessions. 

Hemmismeier Henry, gen. store. 
Wiggin Lewis, saloon. 

Olio. 

This village cau be reached by go- 
ing to Macon City. It is in Macon 
county, but not usually put down on 
the maps, although of sufficient size 
to be represented and of more impor- 
tance than some other places which 
have their names very conspicuous. 

Trades, Professions, A;c. 
Atterbury S & Co, gen. store. 
Cowl A, blacksmith. 
Dabney N & W, cabinet makers. 
Ford & Lyda, general store. 
Haverly & Foster, hotel. 
May E, blacksmith. 
McDowel H M, shoemaker. 
Tate Riley & Fairfax, carpenters. 
Tate W, druggist. 
Tate Z & W H, confectionery. 
Williamson & Lyda, groceries. 

Olive Branch. 

This is the name of a small place 
in Holt county, to reach which go 
north by the way of the Platte Coun- 
try R. R., from St. Joseph. 

Omaha. 

Omaha is the name of a small town 
in Putnam county, 12 miles north- 



east of Unionville, the County Seat. 
Its nearest R. R. point is New Cam- 
bria, 54 miles south. The place is of 
little importance. 

Ordleheide's Store. 

In Hickory Grove township, War- 
ren county, eight miles east of War- 
renton on the Boon's Lick road in 
the timber. 

Trades, Profes!iiions, See. 
Kuney Henry, blacksmith. 
Painter Solomon, magistrate. 
Pohlster, saw mill and store. 
Simms A W, magistrate. 
Temming & Ordleheide, gen. store. 
Weruix H, constable. 



This is the county seat of Holt 
county, situated near the Missouri 
river and 180 miles north-west of 
Jefferson City and 24 miles north- 
west of St. Joseph. The place is on 
the line of the St. Joseph and Coun- 
cil Bluffs R R. The surrounding 
country being of an excellent quali- 
ty of tillable land and near to some 
good markets the place has prospered 
and has become a smart thriving 
town of between 14 and 15 hundred 
inhabitants, and contains among other 
things, three flour mills and six law- 
yers, and one newspaper, one nurse- 
ry, seven dry good stores,two churches, 
four blacksmiths, and various other 
useful members of a prosperous com- 
munity. 

Trades, Profes^iuus, A«. 

Allen E L, circuit clerk. 

Allen J S, general store. 

Anderson & Cummings, hardware. 

Ball Wm, saloon. 

Baskins T, confectionery. 

Baskius Wm & Co, blacksmith. 

Beggs F S, clergyman. 

Bevan A C, painter. 

Beels & Harman, livery stable. 

Bostock T S, shoemaker. 

Bowman C W, publisher of Holt 

county Sentinel. 
Broadbick Wm, blacksmith. 
Bumps J L, physician. 
Cassel & Bunker, shoe dealer. 
Chxrk Sarah, milliner. 



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Cook Wm, blacksmith. 

Collins & Collins, real estate agents. 

Collins T, liour mill. 

Clovln George, butcher. 

Cotton Wm, gunsmith. 

Cottrell, Keeves & Co, gen. store. 

Creek, Hershberger & Co, gen. store. 

Cummins David, gen. store. 

Curry Miss M, milliner. 

DafFenbaugt J, flour mill. 

David D. ct Son, gen. store. 

Davis W B, county clerk. 

Davis F, carpenter. 

Evans L, wagon maker. 

Edwards A J, magistrate. 

Hall Samuel, general store. 

Dunagan & Hawthorn', lawyers. 

Harmaa William, livary stable. 

Hassncss A, cabinet maker. 

Hawkins W, confectioner. 

Irvine Clark, lawyer. 

Krook & Lalimcr, general store. 

Kunkel D, woolen mill. 

Kyle J, brick yard. 

Kyser N J, saloon. 

Lahmsr Jam3s, boots & shoes. 

Lahmor Michael, physician. 

Luckhart S P, photographer. 

Luckard Geo P, watches and jewelry. 

Man 5011 D, cooper and nursery. 

Mirklanas B D, law^yer. 

Martin John F, City Hotel. 

Meek Charles, physician. 

Mires Henry, tailor. 

Mitchell S, bakery & confectionery. 

Murphy H, gen. store. 

Nics & Son, stove and tin ware. 

Parrish T H, lawyer. 

Ye'cer Ira, druggist. 

PoLter B F, gen. store. 

Price Peter, hoLel. 

Pugley John, physician. 

Ro3C;kcr Albert, sheriff. 

SaviUc M, physician. 

SnoLL James, real estate. 

Seal F, barber. 

Seem an F G, shoemaker. 

Shutt.-i Samuel, blacksmith. 

Shu I Is H, groceries. 

Smith N II, clergyman. 

SterroLt H W, gen. store. 

Vories F, lawyer. 

Waller & Berrcs, furniture. 

Walters A, wagon maker. 

Whitner Martin, harness and saddles. 



Zook W & J W, gen. store. 
Zook & Scott, bankers. 
Zook & Vanbuskirk, lawyers. 

Orion. 

This small place is not even marked 
on the maps. It should be located in 
the county of Daviess, to the north of 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and is in the 
neighborhood of the west branch of 
Grand river. 

Osboru. 

The third station east of St. Joseph 
and 29 miles distant, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R., in DeKalb county, nine 
miles south of Maysville, the County 
Seat. On every side stretches away 
a prairie that is boundless to the eye, 
and that rolls in undulations like the 
waves of the sea. The soil is very 
rich and the country new and not 
much settled, although excellent farms 
are not far distant. Population 160. 

Tratlcs. Professions, &c. 

Alair Edw^ard, blacksmith. 

Bunion A, Osborn Hotel and saloon. 

Holmes Paul, saloon. 

Lee Abel, agricultural implements 

and furniture. 
Potter N A, H & St Jo and Am Ex 

agt and telegraph operator. 
Truex J, general merchant and post 

master. 
Webster Philander, carpenter. 
Wheeler R W, prop. Young America 

House. 

Otsego. 

This is a country post office and 
small place in the county of Ray, and 
contains one merchant who keeps 
what is termed a general store. To 
reach this place from the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R., take stage from Hamilton and 
go south. 

Trad<'8, Professions, &c. 

Holman John, general store. 

Owasco. 

This small place is in the south-east 
part of Sullivan county, 9j miles south 
east of Milan, the County Seat, and 
24 miles north of St. Catherine, its 
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This section of country is well sup- 
plied with both timber and water. 

Oxford. 

This is the name of a village in 
Worth county, near the Iowa line, 
and is a place of some local impor- 
tance, and contains three general 
merchants, two physicians, one flour 
mill, one cabinet maker, one hotel, two 
saddler, one drug store, one saloon, 
one shoemaker and two blacksmiths. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 
Bash A, blacksmith. 
Clutter J C, blacksmith. 
Curry J W, gen. store. 
Ford F. C, physician. 
Flowers S G W, saddler. 
Harris & Willhite, gen. store. 
Hendon B F, shoemaker. 
Hudson & Dean, druggist and saloon 
Lannouyon W 0, siiddles and har- 
ness. 
McAltee A P, hotel. 
Nye Moses, cabinet maker. 
Sharp & Co, flour mill. 
Spoonemore H, gen. store. 
Wright J G, physician. 

Palmyra. 

The County Seat of Marion county 
is situated in the eastern part of 
the county 85 miles east of north of 
Jefferson City, and six miles inland 
from the Mississippi river and 12 
miles by R. R. west of south of Quin- 
cy, Ills., and 14 miles north-west of 
Hannibal. The H. & St. Jo. R. R. 
forks at this place — one branch run- 
ning to Hannibal and one to Quinc}'. 
The place was settled as early as 1819, 
and Ave believe the first man living 
there was Obadiah Dickerson, and 
among the first settlers of the place 
was John C. and William Walker — 
one of whom is still living there. 
They used to get their supplies from 
St. Louis, and carry them in their 
saddle-bags on horse-back. This town 
is situated on section 25, township 58 
north, and 6 west. The place is very 
pleasant and attractive to strangers, 
and contains many good buildings 
public institutions, among which are 
St. Paul's Episcopal College, Baptist 



Seminary, and Young Ladies' Insti- 
tute, and many fine residences. We 
do not feel able to do justice in our 
press of business, to what Palmyra 
really is, and if our readers will refer 
to the description of Marion county, 
in another part of the Avork, they 
may find much more tliat is interest- 
ing. Population 3,200. 

Trades, IProfessious, &e. 

Anderson Wm C, firm of ITanley, 

Metcalf & Co. 
Anderson S II & Co, prop, of Lindell 

mills. 
Anderson Rufus E, lawyer. 
Appcl John, boot and shoemaker. 
Arnold & Kizer, (Lot G A & J W K) 

groceries. 
Baker Philip, manufacturer spinning 

wheels. 
Baum ct Zoller, (P B & B Z) dry 

goods and groceries. 
Berghofer & Pollman, blacksmithing. 
Berryman & Lee, hardware and gro- 
ceries. Main st. 
Best Brothers, (, Henry B & John B 

B) hardAvare, stoves, etc, Main st. 
Best Rev John P, Lutheran church. 
Bethel College, Baptist institution. 
Borland Rev, of M E Church, South. 
Boulware W H, Sheriff, 
Boulware W M, circuit attorney. 
Branch of State bank of Mo. corner 

Main and OliA^e. 
Canan Robert, books and stationery. 
Cary F M, groceries. 
Christ IMenge & Bj*o, saloon. 
Church Disciples. 
Church St Paul's Episcopal. 
City BrcAA'cry, Anton Herncr, prop. 
Cohn Morris, agt clothing. 
College of St Paul's, Episcoi^al, Rev. 

Wm B Corbyn, President. 
Concert Hall, cor Main and Church 

street. 
Corbvn Rev Wm B, rector St Paul's 

Church. 
Crane & HcAvland, (John C & Wm 

H) saloon. 
Crigmire G C, tobacco and cigars. 
Curd &, Devrlcks, livery stable. 
Diehl C & F, boots and shoes. 
Dooley & Co, (Wm A D, Martin 

Fichtncr c% D S Thomas j Avagcn 

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And Copperfsmith^ 

Corner of Bi*oacl^va;>^ and. Heconcl J^ti'eet, 



*©* Repairing done on the shortest notice and on the most reasonable 
Terms. 



Drake S D, cabinet maker. 
Drescher H, general store. 
Drummond H J, lawyer. 
Dwight M C, photographer. 
Eakle John P, carpenter. 
Elbinstead John, wood turner. 
Ely A E M, notary public, land agt 

and abstracts of titles. 
Ertmann John M, saloon. 

Farewell , rail road agent. 

Feagan & Bates, groceries Main st. 
Fichtner Martin, firm of Dooley & Co. 
Finley Rev J P, of O S Presbyterian 

church. 
Fleming F, wool carding. 
Fletcher Mathew, architect. 
Foundry & Machine Shop, South's 

heirs. 
Gentry David, carpenter. 
Getze Henry C, cutter. 
Giles G T, physician. 
Goehler George, shoemaker. 
Gross John D, wagon maker. 
Gross Peter, turner & furniture dealer. 
Hanley, Metcalf & Co, prop, of the 

People's Mills. 
Happel Christian, post master. 



Hart John, marble works. 

Hart J L, lawyer. 

Hartman John C, stoves and tin ware. 

HATCHER J L, firm of Thos E 

Hatcher & Son. 
THOMAS E HATCHER & SON, 

real estate and insurance agts. 



THOS, E. HATCHER & SON, 

Heal lEstato 

AND 

Insurance Agents, 
Auctioneers & Collectors, 

3I(fiii St reef f 

(RETWEEN CHURCH & OLIVE,) 

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Heinze Christian, carpenter. 
Heinzc J F, carpenter. 
Heitz P A, physician. 
Heller Rudolf, gunsmith. 



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Herner Anton, prop, city brewery. 

Hickerson J C, groceries. 

Himmel Augustus, carpenter. 

Hinde H K, drugs and medicines. 

Hirner S, boots and shoes. 

Holtzclaw R & Co, dry goods, Main 
north of Olive. 

Hopson Nancy, millinery. 

Huggins ct Bro, ( James & Isaac) ba- 
kers and confectioners, 

Hughes , shoemaker. 

Jewett John, physician. 

Johnson Andrew, carpenter and may- 
or of the city. 

Jones A, druggist. 

Keller Granville, groceries and hard- 
ware. 

Kelley J S, hats, caps, boots & shoes. 

Kemp Wm C, undertaker. 

Klieu Mary, milliner. 

Knade Frederick, harness maker. 

Knighton Geo B, prop. R R eating 
house. 

Kober M, groceries. 

Kohl Mike, telegraph operator. 

Kratz H A, carpenter. 

Kratz John W, carpenter & builder. 

Krummel J W, books and stationery. 

Lane G W, clerk of National hotel. 

Lane P C, public administrator. 

Lansing A B, dry goods. 

Lee Moses, saloon. 

Lewis R L, wagon maker. 

Lipscomb H S, lawyer. 

Logan John, boots, shoes, hats, caps 
and leather. 

Logan Samuel, firm of H E Smith & 
Co. 

Luther Rev J H, of Baptist church. 

Mariner C II & Co, hardware. 

Means Wm S, carpenter. 

McCabe Edward, lawyer. 

McDonald Milton, firm of R Holtz- 
claw & Co, 

McPheeters J II, avooI carding. 

Meuge Christopher, clothing. 

Metcalf John Q, A, firm of Hanlev 
M & Co. 

Methodist Male & Female Seminary. 

Millan Thomas H, saddles & harness. 

MISSOURI STATE HORSE IN- 
SURANCE CO, otfice cor. Olive & 
Main. 

Mitchell Christian, barber at the Na- 
tional hotel. 



Moftett E M, cashier of bank. 

Muller Father, of Catholic church. 

Murch A.county treasurer, cor. Spring 
and Church. 

NATIONAL HOTEL, Wm G Over- 
ton, prop., G W Lane, clerk. 

Newland Rev Wm M, Prest. Metho- 
dist Seminary. 

Nichol II, manufacturer of furniture. 

Overton W G, prop. National hotel. 

Palmyra hotel, W W Williams, prop. 

Parkhurst & Koch, watchmakers and 
jewelers. Main st. 

Patterson , agt. for Grover & Ba- 
ker sewing machine. 

Payne & Jackson, (W T P & W J J) 
groceries. Main st. 

Pratt Edmund G, lawyer, Main st. 

Redd John T, lawyer. 

Reid Thomas, manufacturer bed- 
steads. 

DEALER IN AND MANUFACTUIIER OF 

Saddles, Harness, Collars, 

IJI-JII>J_.K«5, Set-., 

Olive Streets 

(BETWEE-M DIOKSON & MAIN,) 



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Rette Joseph, sliocmaker. 

Klioades R M, pres't Bethel C'ollege. 

EHOADES & HATCHER, pubs. 

of tl'.e Missouri Baptist Journal. 
Ross Tlios, carpenter. 
Rush ct Pratt, (A W R & G E P) 
lumber dealers, cor. Ilamiltcu and 
Main sts. 
Schmidt Adam, general merchant. 
Schwartz & Co, wagon makers and 

blacksmiths. 
Sliannon John, photographer. 
I Schneider Wm, carpenter. 
I Shepherd S, dry goods, cor. Main and 
I Olive sts. 

I Smith H E & Co, dry goods. Main st. 
Sosey Jacob, ed. and prop, of Palmy- 
1 ra Spectator. 



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The Baptist Jourual. 



] Seat, and is on the line of the Kan- 
j sas City and Cameron E. K. It is 28 
I miles south-east of St. Joseph, audits 

^- -•. -• I nearest river port is at Parkville, 15 

miles distant. The place has a pop- 

IIHOADES& HATCHER, ; uiation of about vio^ 



Publishers 



J. H. LXTHEB, Editor, 



$2.50 per annum. 



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Spnigue A D, brick manufacturer. 
Stewart A D. >rroeeries. 
Stuhlmann C. tirm of Schwartz & Co. 
Tatlow J B. tamily groceries. Main st. 
Tatlow K H, tirm of S H Anderson 

c<i: Co. 
Taylor Edgar, dentist. 
Tliomas D S. tirm of Dooley ct Co. 
Thompson J "W. pork packer. 
Thomas Jamos W, miller at Peoples' 

mills. 
Thompson E J, clothing and piece 

goods. 
Thompson Thomas E, notary public 

and insurance agent. 
Traeger C A, billiard saloon. 
Walker John C. grocery and confee- 

tionory. 
Walker Wm IT, dry goods and gro- 
ceries, ;Main st. 
Weidhaas J, shoemaker. 
Widdetield John W. firm of 11 E 

Smith «!t Co. 
Wiederkohr John, merchant tailor. 
AVilcox D P, iudge of county court. 
Winchell II 11, circuit clerk. 
Wishart R H, drugs, Main st. 
Waugh J C, county clerk. 

Paiikas. 

This is the name of a place marked 
down on the maps in tlie south-west 
part of ]\[acon county and 5] south of 
Bevier. The place is of no great 
commercuil importance. 

Paradise. 



This small phice is in 
west part of Clav countv, 



the north- 
14 i miles 



west of north of Liberty, the County 



Trades, Vrofessioiid, Ac. 

Breckenridge W II. Plow maker. 
j Clause A: Brooks, gen. store, 
i Douglass G W. bfacksmith. 

Records B F, gen. store. 

Wilhoit James H, wagon maker. 

j Paris. 

I The County Seat of Monroe county, 
! is 60 miles north of Jetierson City, 
I situated near the center of the county, 
I on the middle fork of Salt river, and 
I is 141 miles south of Shelbina and 22 
j miles north of Mexico, the former on 
I the H. Oc St. Jo. R. R.. and the latter 
j on the North ^Missouri R. R. It is 
I also on the line of the proposed east- 
' ern extension of the AVest Branch of 
I the latter road from Moberly through 
I this place to the junction with the H. 
j & St. Jo. at ^lonroe, which is almost 
j a continuous line from Kansas City 
I to Quincy, and which must be built 
' at no very distant day. This is a 
thriving and prosperous County Seat 
I in the midst of one of the richest 
counties in North Missouri, and if 
the place had the above railroad fa- 
cilities it would become one of the 
very fii-st of importance in North 
Missouri. It has now a population 
of about 1,200. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Alexander A M, lawver. 

Ashcraft tl' Bro, blacksmiths. 

Auerbach Henry, gen. store. 
j Bassett t!y: Eubanks, gen. store. 
I Bean D O, carpenter. 
j Bean Ov: Mason, publishers. 
! Birkit S 1', gen. store. 
■ Bodine <^*i: Alexander, gen. store. 
i Boon v!c Buckner, gen. stoiw 
i Brown ^S: Speed, livery stable. 
I Buark Christian ct Bro, gen. store. 

Buckner & Mounce, clothing, boots 
& shoes. 

Burnett C A, tailor. 

Carter J W, principal Female Semi- 
inary. 



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Christian Church. 

Crow AV H H, physician. 

Curtright J A, groceries. 

Davis & Alexander, brickyard. 

Dawson W H gunsmith. 

Donnalley J W, painter, 

Dysart B C, physician. 

Fields W T, magistrate. 

French & Thorpe, groceries. 

Ganaway Wm B, saddler. 

Gore A E, physician. 

Gosney N G, boot and shoe dealer. 

Haley H R, justice of the peace. 

Harley &, Bro, gen. store. 

Harrison Frank M, auctioneer. 

Keeling Bradley, baker and confec- 
tioner. 

Leash Thomas, wagon maker. 

Long J W, physician. 

Magretta Frank, groceries & bakery. 

Manuel Geo L, tobacco. 

Mappin Wm T, druggist. 

Matchet J M, wagon maker. 

Moss G W, physician. 

Moss J W, photographer. 

Moss & Robinson, (D H M & T B 
R) lawyers. 

Nesbit Wm T & Co, stoves and tin- 
ware. 

Paris Female Seminary. 

Paris Weekly Mercury, pub. and ed. 
by Bean & Mason. 

Pitts & Bro, saddles and harness. 

Pollard B C, magistrate. 

Ross Phillip, tailor. 

Saunders R K, saddles and harness. 

Scott Thomas, dentist. 

Scott &, Co, druggists. 

Scott R M, prop, Glenn House. 

Simpson Jas H, watches and jewelry. 

Speed James, magistrate. 

Smith O F, lawyer and real estate. 

Spalding W E, furniture. 

Sladek & Wunch, (Henry S & Felix 
W) bakery and groceries. 

Speed & Simpson, auctioneers. 

Treadway S H, prop. Southern hotel. 

Twyman Mrs H S, select school. 

Warren & Cartwright, groceries. 

West Joseph, dentist. 

Wetmore E T, blacksmith and wagon 
maker. 

Wetmore E S, milliner. 

Wilson, Poage & Co, gen. store. 

Woolbridge David, clothing. 



Parkyille. 

This town is on the north side of 
the Missouri river, in Platte county, 
and 11 miles east of south of Platte 
City, the Ceunty Beat. The place is 
in the very southermost part of the 
county and on the line of the exten- 
sion of the Platte country R. R. 
There are in the place two groceries, 
three physicians, five general stores, 
one mill, two hotels, one druggist, 
and various other business firms, with 
a population of about 540. 

Trades, Professions^, &c. 

Bueneman J H, groceries. 

Bush John, confectionery. 

Campbell J A, physician. 

Clack John, groceries. 

Cormandy Michael, gen. store. 

Dziubou Wm D, stoves and tin ware. 

Faulkner W K & Co, flour mill. 

Forquer & McElherron, furniture. 

Hasenjager Wm, blacksmith. 

Jordan, Paul & Co, druggist. 

Kahn Fritz, shoe store. 

Lane J H, physician. 

Long Robert, livery stable. 

Luthy F, lumber. 

Mills & \\ ilson, commission mer- 
chants. 

Moore F B, physician. 

Nye Oscar, hotel. 

Patterson G \V'^, commission mer- 
chant. 

Pyle Rufus, saddler. 

Pyle Wm A, gen. store. 

Renike G, cabinet maker. 

Ringo Samuel 1^], general store. 

Seber, Earl & Co, gen. store. 

Summers C P, dry goods. 

Summers Elizabeth, hotel. 

Unger Jacob, saloon. 

Wilson Thomas & Co, gen. store. 

Pattousbui'g. 

This little village is in the north 
part of Davies county at a point 
where Sampson creek and Big river 
very nearly approach each other. It 
is 16^ miles north-west of Gallatin, 
the County Seat, and in the vicinity 
is some country of a very diversified 
aspect. Population 60. 



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( !u:'orporalc(! by Act of (he General Assembly of Missouri,) 

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Orsanized t,o meet a want long felt in Missouri, viz : A SOUND, RELIABLE, JOINT- 
STOCK "HOMK" INSUIIANCE COMPANY, with a suffleieat Cash Capital, and conducted 
upon liberal F.usiuess principles. .^ ^ . 

Particular attention called to the FORM OF POLICY issued by this Company— it being 
shorter and more equitable than that of any other company, with the privileges and duties 
of the assured fully set forth in it. 

RISKS TAKEN FOR ANT TERM, 
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m- Local Agents wanted at all points where the Company is not already represented. 



J. J. STRONG, President. 



C. N. CLARK, Secretary. 



Trades, Professions, &c. 

Moore John, gen, store. 
Pyle & Enyail, gen, store. 

Pauldiiigville. 

This small place is in the north- 
west part of St Charles county, and 
is about four miles south of Millville, 
on the North Missouri R, R,, and 22 
miles west of St, Charles, the County 
Seat. Country hilly and timbered. 

Paulville. 

A small place situated in the east- 
ern edge of Adair county, 14 miles a 
little south of cast of Kirksville, the 
County Seat. It is directly on the 
road from Edina to Kirksville, and 
is 40 miles from Quincy, 111. 

Population 320, 

Trades, Professions, Arc. 

Adams G, physician. 
Bailey J H, gen. store. 
Collision Mrs, hotel. 
Douglass A, physician. 
Douglass Dr, druggist. 
Fowler R M, physician. 
Grason C O, wagon maker. 
Keller & McCreery, gen. store. 
Kennaugkyer B, flour mill. 
Prince Reuben, saddler. 
Rainer Kirk, wagon maker, 
Ross N J, Hour mill. 
Sampson J, shoemaker, 
Seare II, groceries. 



Steele Wm, blacksmith. 

Wamsley L B, druggist & physician. 

Paynesville. 

This small village is in the south- 
east part of Pike county, six miles 
south of Clarksville, its nearest river 
port on the Mississippi river. It is 
15 J miles south-east from Bowling 
Green, and contains two stores, one 
physician, &c. Population 100, 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Cooper Alex, groceries. 
Forgey A & Son, gen, store. 
Hawkins & Scott, physicians, 
Malone Joseph, tobacco, 

Peaksville. 

This small place is situated in 
Clarke county, and to reach it go to 
Alexandria on the Mississippi river. 
It is a smart little village and con- 
tains two stores, two blacksmiths, one 
physician and one shoemaker. 

Population 140. 

Trades «fc Professions. 

Hulsizer J W, physician. 
Richey J D, blacksmith. 
Shuler Arthur, gen. store. 
Sweet Philander, blacksmith. 
Voriter Charles, gen. store. 
Wilkins J, shoemaker. 



Peiullcton 

This is a little place 



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Missouri E. R., — miles from St. 
Louis, and five miles west of War- 
renton, the County Seat of Warren 
county in which it is situated. The 
place is small and is situated in a 
timbered part of the country, and it 
is not over nine miles from Pitzer's 
Landing, on the Missouri river. 
Population 160. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Besley Walter H, gen. store. 
Gerdmann H H, gen. store. 
Grimes John, groceries. 
Hummisling Chris, wagon maker. 
Martin Wm, blacksmith. 
Morsey Fred, North Mo R R agt. 
Oxford & Watkius, blacksmiths and 
wagon makers. 

Pennville. 

This little village is situated in the 
north-east part of Sullivan county, on 
the headwaters of a small tributary 
of the Chariton river and distant 15 2^ 
miles north-east from Milan, the 
County Seat. Population 80. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Donaldson Reuben S, wagon maker. 
Jones Nathaniel, blacksmith. 
Preston George W A, gen. store. 

Perriique. 

This is a station on the North Mis- 
souri R. R., 06, f miles from St. Louis, 
in the county of St. Charles, fourteen 
and a haf niiles from St. Charles, the 
County Seat. The country in the vi- 
cinity is hilly and broken, and has a 
thin soil and is of a peculiar color, 
suggesting the various kinds of min- 
eral paint. Much excellent timber 
and stone is found in this locality. 

Perry. 

This place is named on some of the 
older maps Lick Creek. It is in the 
south-west part of Ralls county, and 
contains one blacksmith, one general 
store and a post office. 

Trades, Professions, A:e. 

Taylor Jeremiah, blacksmith. 
Philaclelpkia. 

This place is an object of interest 
to the historian, for here can be seen 
what a few years can do with the 



plans and castles of man and what 
well-meant projects, when not enter- 
ed into generally by the public, can 
end in, and how wealth and labor can 
be thrown away. Here can be seen 
three large brick edifices which, when 
in repair, would have been an orna- 
ment for any city, now standing and, 
indeed, falling into disuse and decay, 
the fit repositories for the food of an- 
imals and some of them now hardly 
oflering them suflicient shelter from 
the elements. Other larger and small- 
er buildings are here to be seen as all 
that remains of the great Manual 
Labor College of Marion. A little 
village has gathered itself in the vi- 
cinity and does needful conveniences 
for a well cultivated neighborhood. 
Population 60. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Guthrie John, gen. store. 
Randolph Wm, groceries & produce. 

Philander. 

This place is in the township of 
Howard, in Gentry county, seven 
miles north-east of Albany, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and 45 miles from Kidder, 
the nearest station on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R. Its distance from St. Joseph 
is 49 miles. The country al)out the 
place is timbered and tolerably rough. 

Trades, Professions, *:e. 

, blacksmith. 

Gillepie & Steele, (C P G & Jas S) 

general store. 
Morris James, physician. 

Pierce. 

This small place is in the north 
part of Callaway county, seven miles 
north of Fulton, the County Seat, 
and it is 14 miles south of Mexico, on 
the North Missouri R. R., which is 
its nearest point and from which it 
can be reached by an excellent line 
of stages. 

Pigeon Creek. 

This is a small country post oflice 

in the north edge of Ralls county, 9^ 

miles north-west of New London, the 

County Seat, and about 10 miles 



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south-west of Hannibal, its nearest 

river point. 

John Forman, postmaster. 

Piukuey. 

InPiukney townsliip, Warren coun- 
ty, 16 miles south of south-west from 
Warreutou, the County Seat of the 
county, three miles from the bluff, on 
a cleared bottom land. 

Trades, Professions, A;c. 

Buente Fred, gen. store and mill. 
Busse Henry, magistrate. 
Orubbel Augustus, wagon maker. 
Orubbel Wm, blacksmith. 
Wagner Fredrick, magistrate. 
Wilkening John, constable. 
Winter Mrs H, gen. store. 
, shoemaker. 

Methodist Church. 



Is on the Missouri river, on the 
north side, in the south-west part of 
Warren county, and 13 miles south- 
west of Warrenton, the County Seat. 
It is nearly opposite Eerger, on the 
Pacific R. R. It may also be reached 
from Pendleton, on the North Mis- 
souri R. R., nine miles north. 

Pitt's Post Office. 

This is the name given to a small 
place in Warren county, but it is not 
marked on the maps. The place con- 
tains three stores, one blacksmith 
and a population of 100. 

Tradcsii, Professions, cfrc. 

Diekroeger II & Co, gen. store. 
Kuhne H, blacksmith. 
Orrelheide & Temming, gen. store. 
Polster J G & Co, gen. store. 

Princeton. 

The County Seat of Mercer county, 
is situated near the east fork of Grand 
river, fifty miles north of Chillicothe, 
on the II. & St. Jo. R. R. The town 
contains one Methodist church, one 
Masonic lodge, Mercer Lodge No. 35, 
A. F. & A. M., and one school house. 

The town was laid out in the spring 
of 1846, by Joseph Prichard, county 
•commissioner. The first store house 



was erected by Floyd Shannon, May 
4th, 1846. About the same time B. 
B. Ballew opened a store, and J. R. 
Davis a hotel. Lots sold for about 
$14 each. About 1850, the town 
commenced improving. In 1858 a 
new court house was erected, 45x45 
feet — R. B. Ballew oldest settler. In 
the immediate vicinity of the town are 
immense forests of valuable timber, 
consisting mostly of white oak, hicko- 
ry, walnut and maple. There is a 
steam saw and grist mill, also a card- 
ing machine. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

Adams John, groceries. 
Alfred A C, wagon maker. 
Baptist Church, Rev C Woodward. 
BALLEW R B, lawyer and notary. 
Barber Hiram, shoemaker. 
Ballew & Wolf, (W B B & Mc W) 

general store. 
Barron Henry, cooper. 
Binkley & Co, (A B & C H Stew- 
art) pubs, of Weekly Advance. 
Blatchley& Truax, druggists. 
Blatchley Edgar, of B & Truax. 
Bowsher Robt, prop, of Buck-Eye 

House. 
Braffet John, carpenter. 
Browne H A, physician. 
Burrows & Woodward, general store, 

Jesse Truax, agt. 
Cain & Castcel, (Peter C & Wm C) 

gen. store. 
Casteel Wm, of Cain & Casteel. 
Cook J A, groceries. 
Coon & Eberhart, (Jas C & David E) 

gen. store. 
CREMEENS & PERBTMAN, law- 

yers and notary. 

IrEMEEI & FERRYMAN, 

Attorneys and Counselors 



Will practice Law in the Courts of Mercer 
and ajoining counties, collect and remit 
money, pay taxes for uon-residents, perfect 
Land titles, &c., &c. 

Address: 

CREMEENS &. FERRYMAN, 

Princeton, Mercer Co., Mo. 



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Dobbins Jas F, of Norcross & D. 
Eberhart David, of Coon & Eberhart. 
Fidler John, photographer. 
Fuller L R, blacksmith. 
Fullerton T M, druggist. 
Goodrich John, groceries. 
Ham Wm C, saddles and harness. 
Harrington T B, post master and gro- 
ceries. 
HYDE & OETON, (Ira B H & H 

G O) lawyers. 
Lindsey A M, groceries. 
Miltoa Geo W, dentist. 
May A H, physician. 
McGhie, J L, physician. 
Mercer County Weekly Advance, 

Briukley & Co, pubs. — circulation 

400. 
Murray & Officer, (W C M & Jno O) | 

stoves and tin ware. 
Norcross & Dobbins, furniture. 1 

OETON 11 t;, of Hyde & Orton. 
Officer John, of Murray & O. 
Patton & Bro, (^Israel & Abm) gen. 

store. 
PEKllYMAN S H, of Cremeens & 

Perryman 



Pontius Daniel, li 



?tabl( 



Pontius Jos, painter, 
Rogers N H, lawyer. 
Smith K G, physician. 
Stewart C H, of Binkley & Co. 
Strong Sam'l L, clergyman. 
Talbott Geo W, grist, saw and wool 

mill. 
Woodward C, clergyman. 
Woolsey Israel, general store. 
WRIGHT & EALLEW, iC M W 

& R B B") lawyers. 
Yochumsen Henry druggist. 
YOUNGMAN JAMES T, proprietor 

of Cottage House Hotel. 

Platte City. 

This is the County Seat of Platte 
county. It is 150 miles north of 
west of Jefferson City, in the valley 
of the Platte river, and is 28 miles 
south of St. Joseph and 10 miles 
south of east of Leavenworth. There 
is much fine land and timber in the 
north part of this county, and they 
have quite a nice town here for a 
County Seat, containing seven gener- 
al merchants, two groceries, four 



blacksmiths, three flour mills, one 
newspaper, one Avatch and jewelry 
store, six physicians, one tailor, three 
hotels, one bank, three wagon ma- 
kers and various other business houses. 
Population 820. 

Trades, Professions, A:e, 

Burger A, druggist. 

Berry J, blacksmith. 

Carney Daniel, shoemaker. 

Chance C W, wagon maker. 

Clarkston John, wagon maker. 

Cockrell & Co, gen. store. 

Coots Wm, wagon maker. 

Doyle P, saloon. 

Fincher O N, saloon. 

Fleischman F, hotel. 

Grimes A T, dentist. 

Guthrie A T, physician. 

Hawley C B, gen. store. 

Hunt J & Co, groceries. 

Jenkins H, druggist and prop. Plan- 
ters House and post master. 

Jenkins & Son, gen. store. 

Johnston T M, physician. 

Level Jolm, livery stable. 

McClure & Co, dry goods. 

Mode G Y, physician. 

Murry J D, gen. store. 

Oliver B, blacksmith. 

Owens T E, groceries. 

Paxton Wm M, flour mill. 

Park & Field, props. Reveille news- 
paper office. 

Queen H E & Co, gen. store. 

Recht L, watclies and jewelry. 

Redman E C, physician. 

Redman C C & Co, flour mill. 

Rice & Perry, gen. store. 

Risher T A, blacksmith. 

Rixey Samuel, jJiysician. 

Rose W, tailor. 

SHIIOCK F H, gen. agents. 

Siekers & Paxton, flour mill. 

Smith George W, physician. 

Stone & Powell, saloon. 

Swain J R &. Co, gen. store. 

Thomas A W, blacksmith. 

White W A, hotel. • 

Zarn John, banker and dealer in boots 
and shoes. 

Platte Elver. 
This small place is in the south- 
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south-east of St. Joseph, the County- 
Seat, and on the river which bears its 
name. It is situated on the bottom 
and in the timber. It contains a mill 
and post office. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Smith Bros, saw and flour mill. 

Plattsburg. 

This is the County beat of Clinton 
county, 138 miles north-west of Jef- 
ferson City and 24 miles south-east of 
St. Joseph. Its nearest point to the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R. is at Osborn, 12J 
miles north. It is four miles west of 
the Kansas City and Cameron R. R. 
The place is situated in the midst of 
a very beautiful and pleasant prai- 
rie country aud has grown to be a vil- 
lage of quite considerable importance, 
having a population of about 720. 

'JTrades, Professions, &c. 

Bean & Avery, merchant tailors. 

Berryraan T C, livery stable. 

Birch & Bro, groceries. 

Boiney W L, hotel. 

Clinton County Savings Association, 
bankers. 

Dunnagin Wm, blacksmith. 

Dunbill George, saloon. 

Dunham Ira, saddler. 

Evans & Co, s;en. store. 

Ferguson & Nicol, livery stable and 
lumber. 

Harl Alex S, watches and jewelry. 

Harrington F, books and stationery. 

Harrington & Holland, druggists. 

Plenderson J S, saloon. 

Huggard, Scott & Co, carriage ma- 
kers and blacksmiths. 

James T F C, dry goods. 

Jourdan W S, physician. 

Lucas A Donaghy, gen. store. 

McMichael, Funkhouser & Co, gen. 
store. 

T^Ieminger Andrew E, boots & shoes. 

]\Ioorc, Whittin^ton & Co, gen. store. 

Moore & Shoenmker, flour mill. 

Payne & Collins, carpenters. 

Randolph E S, saddler. 

Riley James M, furniture. 

Steel John, Hotel. 

Surles & Thatcher, saloon. 

Transac Bros, tailors. 



Trunne Edward, wagon maker. 
Vance N M, general store. 
Waful & Ford, livery stable. 
Ward J S, carriage maker. 
Wilkins Elias, shoemaker. 
Willis B F, gen. store. 
Willson J J, cabinet maker. 
Wingert J W, physician. 

Pleasant Retreat. 

This place is in the south-west part 
of Scotland county, 7* miles south 
of Memphis, the County Seat, and is 
situated near the Middle Fabius. It 
is 37 miles west of Alexandria, its 
nearest point on the Mississippi river. 

Population 140. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Forrester Wm, flour mill. 
Howard John, physician. 
Myers T S, miller. 
Neise Jacob, wagon maker. 
Norton John, wagon maker. 
Shultz Lewis, blacksmith. 

Pleasant Ridge. 

This place is nine miles south of 
Bethany, in Plarrison county, on a 
beautiful prairie, and contains only 
one store and two other buildings. 

Tr.ados, IPrsfessions, &e. 

Hubbard Elijah, general store and 
post master. 

Pleasant Tie^. 

This thriving village is situated in 
the west part of Ray county, and as 
it is in a fine and fertile section of 
country it has become a nice, thriving 
little village, and contains two black- 
smiths, one physician, one flour mill, 
one chair factory, two general mer- 
chants, one wagon maker, one hotel, 
one grocery, etc. Population 24. 

Trades Professions, &c. 

Albright G, blacksmith. 
Bacon & Whitscll, physicians. 
Carter, Millig & Allen, flour mill. 
Cox James, chair maker. 
Fov.'ler E V, gen. store. 
Guthery John, wafron maker. 
Reel M S, hofel. 
Stockwell J M, broker. 
Thomas Azeriah, groceries. 
Wells Daniel, l)lacksmith. 
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Pleasantville. 

This small place is in the east part 
of Sullivan county, 11 miles east of 
Milan, the County Seat, and 26 J 
miles north of Bucklin, its nearest 
point on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. This 
part of the country is both well sup- 
plied with water and timber, and is 
only 17 miles west of Kirksville, on 
the extension of the North Missouri 
R. R. 

Plum Creek. 

This small place is in the east part 
of Clinton county, 10 miles east of 
Plattsburg, the County Seat, and 
about five miles east of the Kansas 
City and Cameron R. R. The place 
is situated on a high and elevated 
prairie, where streams of water are 
not abundant. 



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Portage de Sioux. 

in St. Charles county, on the 



Mississippi river, situated on low bot- 
tom land, and has been of more im- 
portance in former days than it is at 
present. 

Trades, Professions, «5kc. 

Birkhead W J, physician. 
Catholic Church, 

, blacksmith. 

, general store. 

Gamache E J, general store and mag- 
istrate. 
Saucier John B, saloon. 
St. Cyn Peter, saloon. 
Stephenson , physician. 

Portland. 

This is a river port in the south- 
east part of Callaway county, on the 
Missouri river, 15 j miles south-east 
of Fulton, the County Seat, and 
the country back of this place is of a 
very rich and productive character, 
and the access to the river from the 
interior is of a more convenient na- 
ture. The place contains quite a num- 
ber of business houses, and a popula- 
tion of about 280. 

■Trades, Professions, «fcc. 

Arens D C & Co, dry goods. 
Brashear & Lynes, dry goods. 



Crump, Moore & Co, tobacco. 

Driller F A, dry goods. 

Eilers Fredrick, hotel. 

Klein M, wagon maker and furniture. 

Lippelt G, shoemaker. 

McCall W S, druggist and physician. 

Moore & Swan, gen. store. 

Neff Washington, saloon. 

Ries C F, groceries. 

Stolle Henry, blacksmith. 

Thune C, shoemaker. 

Wheeler W L, tobacco. 

Prairie City. 

This small place is in the north- 
east corner of Clay county 15 miles 
north-east of Liberty, the County 
Seat, and about 12 miles north of 
Missouri City, on the Missouri river, 
its nearest river port. It is also about 
21 miles south of Cameron, on the H, 
& St. Jo. R. R. 

Prairie Fork. 

This is a small place in the south- 
west part of Montgomery county, five 
miles south-west of Danville, the 
County Seat, and 10? miles inland 
from Portland, on the Missouri river. 
Its nearest point to the North Mis- 
souri R. R. is at Florence, nine miles 
north of east. 

Prairie Mouud. 

This small place is situated in the 
south part of Pike county, 13 miles 
west of south of Bowling Green, the 
County seat, and a little distance 
south of the North Fork of Culver 
river. Its nearest point to the North 
Missouri R, R. is at Montgomery 
City, 17 miles south-west of it, to 
which place ship. 

Prairieviile. 

This little village is in the south 
part of Pike county, 11 miles south- 
east of Bowling Green, the County 
Seat, and nine miles inland from 
Clarksville, on the Mississippi river, 
and contains one hotel and black- 
smith shop, and a few houses. The 
people are kind and hospitable to stran- 
gers, as we can vouch for from expe- 
rience many years since, when in cir- 
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cumstances to appreciate such kind- 
ness. 

Price's Braiicli. 

This is the name of a little village 
in the east part of Montgomery coun- 
ty, 10 miles east of Danville, the 
County Seat, and five east of Flor- 
ence, on the North Missouri R. R., it 
being equally near High Hill on the 
same road. Population 100. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Hervey David G, gen. store. 
Moore A J, gen. store. 
Welch George, blacksmith. 
"Willis V H, physician. 

Primrose. 

This is the name of a small coun- 
try post office in Lewis county, five 
miles west of Monticello, the County 
Seat, and south of the North Fabius 
river. It is distant 22? miles north- 
west of Quincy and 16 miles nearly 
west of LaGrange. 

Prospect GroYe. 

This small place is in the north-east 
part of Scotland county, 10} miles 
north-east of Memphis, the County 
Seat, and is on the Wyaconda creek 
27 miles north of west of Alexan- 
dria, on the Mississippi river, its near- 
est point. 

Prospect Hill. 

This small place is situated in the 
west part of Ray county, about 13=} 
miles north-west of Richmond, the 
County Seat, and 10} miles east of 
north of Missouri City, its nearest 
river port. It will be only eight 
miles north of Elk Horn, on the 
West Branch of the North Missouri 
R. R. 

Providence. 

This is one of the river ports of 
Boone county, lying about midway be- 
tween its borders, and 7} miles a lit- 
tle west of south of Columbia, the 
County Seat. The place is in direct 
communication with the interior by a 
system of roads which are here unob- 
structed by large streams, as is not the 



case with the most of the other river 
towns in the county. There are five 
stores in this place. 
Population about 150. 

Trades, Frofcssious, &c. 

Henley, Samuel & Son, gen. store. 
McBain & Conley, gen. store. 
McLane J W, druggist. 
Parker & Harris, gen. store. 
Tuttle W M, druggist. 

Putnam Yille. 

This small place is situated in the 
east part of Putnam county, 13 miles 
east of Unionville, the County Seat, 
and about four miles west of the 
Chariton river. This place can be 
reached best by stage north from Ma- 
con City, from which place it is dis- 
tant 52 miles, 

Quitman. 

This village is situated in the west 
part of Nodaway county, on the Nod- 
away river, and eleven miles west of 
Maryville, the County Seat. Its 
nearest R. R. point is at Savannah, 
31 miles east of south. Its nearest 
river port is at Hemmes Landing, on 
the Missouri river, 22 miles west. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Emerson Wm, gen. store and confec- 
tionery. 
Jones Samuel P, gen. store. 

Randolph. 

This the name of a place in Ran- 
dolph county, of some importance, and 
contains one drug store, three saloons, 
one shoemaker, one dry goods, three 
blacksmiths, three general merchants, 
one boot and shoe dealer, and one 
grocery. 

Trades & Professions. 

Alexander J R, dry goods and drugs. 
Combs E W, saloon. 
Fain J, shoemaker. 
Furnish Wm, saloon. 
Goff Wm, saloon. 
Grubb A E, blacksmith. 
Marshall J H, blacksmith. 
Marshall ct Williams, blacksmiths. 
Mitchell J A & Co, gen. store. 
Reid, Jacobs & Co, gen. store. 



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Stewart & Burton, gen. store. 
Warfield V B, groceries and boots 
and shoes. 

Randolph, No. 2. 

This is a small place in the south 
part of Clay county, on the north side 
of the Missouri river, about three 
miles below Kansas City. Place small 
and unimportant. 

Ilaveiiiia. 

Is in Ravenna township, in the 
north-east part of Mercer county, nine 
miles north-east of Princeton, in a 
gently rolling, beautiful prairie. The 
town is of modern growth and a neat 
and pretty place, with good society. 
There are a good many Methodists 
here, but they have no church. There 
are too many denominations to build 
any. Population 380. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Barber J PI, physician. 

Burrows James, general store. 

Ditman John, shoemaker. 

Drake Jay, stoves and tin ware. 

Domer & Ilerriman, groceries. 

Ferguson Jos, saddles and harness. 

Gradle Jacob A, wagon making. 

Hamilton & Loutzenhiser,blacksmith. 

Herriman Wm, of Domer & H. 

King D M, physician. 

Loutzenhiser Jacob, of Hamilton & L. 

Mace C S, of Morris & Mace. 

McKinly M R, hotel. 

Morris & Mace, ( J L M & C S M) 
general store. 

Mudget Edward, miller. 

Rogers Wm B, post master and gen- 
eral store. 

White Henry W, hotel & groceries. 

Wilson Charles, hotel. 

Winchell John, physician. 

MeaclsYille 
This little village is in the south- 
east part of Callaway county, 13} 
miles east of Fulton, the County 
Seat, and seven inland north of Port- 
land, on the Missouri river. There are 
nine business houses in the place, two 
general stores, one saloon, two mills, 
one harness maker, physicians, 



one blacksmith, one grocery, and a 
population of 180. 

Trades, Professions, «S:c, 

Allen T F, groceries. 
Blackburn R L, blacksmith. 
Brown A F, physician. 
Garrett W B & Co, millers. 
Gill J T, gen. store. 
Heenly Geo, harness maker. 
Jackson W J & Bro, millers. 
Jones Lewis, saloon. 
Wheeler & Brown, gen. store. 

Reform. 

This small place is situated in the 
south-east part of Callaway county, 
10 miles south-east of Fulton, the 
County Seat, and about five miles from 
the Missouri river. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Waters G W, gen. store and saloon. 

Reiudeer. 

This small place is situated in the 
interior of Nodaway county, seven 
miles south of Maryville, the County 
Seat, and 22 miles north of Savan- 
nah, on the Platte country, R. R. 
This is in a fine section of farming 
land and in a most beautiful portion 
of country. 

Reidct. 

This is a station 1391 miles from 
St. Louis, on the North Missouri R. 
R.,_and 29 miles south of Macon City. 
It is the first place south of Moberly, 
the junction of the West Branch of 
the North Missouri, and is in the 
south part of Randolph county, 11 
miles south-cast of lluntsville, the 
County Seat. Population 200. 

Trades, Professions, A:e. 

Ballard & Low, shoonuikers. 
Butler Wm, justice of the peace. 
Hamilton T L, gen. store. 
Hause & Dorsey, gen. store. 
Ilerold W G & Co, gen. store. 
Jacobs & Alexander, gen. store. 
Morton & Oliver, gen. store. 
Reed & Buskholdcr, dry goods and 

tobacco dealers. 
Thomas & Bottom, dry goods. 
Wirt Wm, gen. store. 



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Republic. 

This is a small place situated in 
the north part of Sullivan county 
near the Putnam county line, and 13 ^ 
miles north of Milan, the County 
Seat. LaClede, on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R., is the nearest R. R. point, 41 
miles south, although when the North 
Missouri shall be extended to the 
Iowa line it will be Avithin 26 miles of 
that road. 

Rliiuelaiid. 

This small place is situated in 
Montgomery county, and contains one 
general store. 

Trades & Professions. 

Pitser John, gen. store. 

Rialto. 

This is the name of a small place 
on the Missouri river, in the west 
part of Platte county three miles 
west of Platte City, the County seat, 
and 23* miles directly south of St. 
Joseph. 

Ricli. 

This small village is in Atchison 
county in the north-west part of Mis- 
souri, and contains a post office, one 
blacksmith and wagon maker, three 
physicians and two general stores. 

A W Matthews, P M. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Jones J A T, blacksmith. 
Jones I B, physician. 
Matthews & Hackett, gen. store. 
Stone & Morgan, gen. store. 
Walker G W, physician. 
Welch John, wagon maker. 
Williams C C, physician. 

Riclifield. 

This is a small place in the county 
of Clay, surrounded by a fine body of 
country. The place contains one 
wagon maker, one blacksmith, and 
one gen. store. Population 80. 

Trades, Professions, Arc. 

Iluffaker J E, wagon maker. 
Nowlan B W & Son, gen. store. 
Owens Wm, blacksmith. 



Riclimond. 

This is the County Seat of Ray 
county, 106 miles north-west of Jef- 
ferson City, and is situated on the 
line of the West Branch of the North 
Missouri R. R. It is about six miles 
north inland from the Missouri river 
and 31 miles south of Hamilton, on 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R., its nearest 
communication, and contains thirty- 
eight business firms of different kinds 
among which are three blacksmiths, 
ten general merchants, two saloons, 
two stove and tin ware dealers, two 
saddlers, two livery stables, two wa- 
gon makers, one bank, two druggists, 
four physicians, one watches & jewel- 
ry, two hotels, and various other 
kinds of business. Population 760. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Asberry S W & Sons, blacksmith. 
Bales (Sl Cates, gen. store. 
Bales John C, saloon. 
Bayless Thos. H & Co, gen. store. 
Berry Samuel, blacksmith. 
Bidwell H W, stoves & tinware. 
Bullock John W, saddler. 
Bullock & Taylor, livery stable. 
Burgess T N, wagon maker. 
Casey Thos. J, gen. store. 
Cramer John H, gen. store. 
Crutchly G A, gen, store. 
Davis James A, gen. store. 
Harrison J W, saddler. 
Hays Wm, saloon. 
Hughes & Wasson, bankers. 
Jacobs M C, druggist. 
Jacobs Morris, physician. 
Johnson Charles, physician. 
Jones Shelton, watches & jewelry. 
Leper J P, stoves and tinware. 
McFarland O A & Co, dry goods. 
Mason Geo Yf, gen. store. 
Marshall Wm, shoemaker. 
Mosby Wm W, physician. 
Reynolds A E i^ G E, gen. store. 
Ringo Wm E, druggist. 
Shaw John B, hotel. 
Simmons Samuel, furniture. 
Steva A W, blacksmith. 
Strader Wm P, Avagon maker. 
Taylor James D, physician. 
Taylor & Donaldson, hotel. - 
Warriner L H, gen. store. 



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Wasson & Co, gen. store. 
Whitmer & Son, livery stable. 
"Willis Joseph, hotel and saloon. 
Woodson Thos D, gen. store. 

Ricliville. 

This small place is in the south-east 
part of Holt, on the line of the St. 
Joseph and Council Blufls R. R. 
where it crosses the Nodaway river. 
The place is seven miles east of Ore- 
gon, the County Seat. Its present 
nearest point to R. R., is at Savannah, 
10 miles south-east. 

PJdgely. 

This is a village in the north-east 
part of Platte county, east of the 
Platte river and 8} miles north-east 
of Platte City, the County Seat. It is 
17 miles south of Eastou, on the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R, and 15 east of Wes- 
ton, on the Missouri river. 

' Trades, Profession*, &e. 

Carpenter G, dry goods. 
Deberry John, gen. store. 
Gustin R, gen. store. 

Ringo's Point. 
This small place in the west part of 
Adair county, 12 miles Avest of Kirks- 
ville, the County Seat. The place is 
situated on a branch of the Chariton 
river, and its nearest point to the H. 
& St. Jo. R. R. is at New Cambria, 
27 miles south. 

Roanoke. 

A nice little place on the stage 
route from Huntsville to Glasgow, 13 
miles from the former place, where 
the road crosses the line between Ran- 
dolph and Howard counties, 56 miles 
from Jefferson City, and 77 miles 
south-west of Quincy. It contains 
two churches, three blacksmith and 
wagon shops, three physicians, six 
general merchants, two groceries, one 
harness maker, two express offices, 
two tailors, one cabinet maker, one 
hotel, two shoemakers, three drug 
stores, one tobacco factory, one law- 
yer, one livery stable, one bakery, one 
dealer in stoves and tin ware. Popu- 
lation G20. 



Trades, Frofessionei, &c. 

Althaus Geo, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 
Bagby R J, physician. 
Barton & Bro, gen. store. 
Briggs P B & Co, gen. store. 
Briggs & Tompkins, groceries. 
Baptist Church. 
Campbell &, Wilson, gen. store. 
Cornelius Robt, saddles and harness. 
Collins J. li. Merchants' U Ex agt. 

Caton , tailor, 

Denny & Snody, gen. store. 

Durnel & Baton, blacksmith. 

Draper Geo, cabinet maker. 

Edmonson T B, hotel. 

Fluman Plenry, shoemaker. 

Gurin Michael, drugs. 

Hall W V, tobacco factory. 

Head B S, lawyer. 

Hays J, physician and druggist. 

Harvey W C, physician. 

Lobe & Meyer, gen. store. 

LaMotte Wra, blacksmith. 

Methodist Church. 

Powers James, shoemaker. 

Quinn R W, groceries. 

Quinn G M, livery stable. 

Reiter J S, post master, druggist and 

U S Ex agt. 
Stone James, bakery. 
Terrill J PI, tin and stoves. 
Wayland Wm, general store, 
Wright C F, tailor. 

Roclieport. 

This thriving little town is situated 
in the west part of Boone county, 
on the Missouri river, 11 miles west 
of Columbia, the County Seat, and 
contains six dry good stores, one 
hardware, three family groceries, one 
druggist, three saloons, two saddlers, 
four physicians, one barber, one bake- 
ry, two tailors, one hotel, three liv- 
ery stables, one wagon maker, two 
blacksmiths, one constable, one jus- 
tice of the peace, two lawyers, one 
milliner, four carpenters, three preach- 
ers, one wool carding establishment, 
one watches and jewelry, one flour 
mill, &c. 

Tr3S«I<»!B, Professions, Ac. 

B^ily R V, hotel. 
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Bradley J T>, saddler. 
Chandler Chs Q, physician. 
Clayton & Dimmitt, drugs and books 

and stationery. 
Clayton, Miller & Co, dry goods. 
Chapman Thomas, wagon maker. 
Collins Clarinda, school teacher. 
Crawford John, tobacconist. 
Crow & Burkhart, flouring mills. 
Dickinson & Ford, milliners. 
Deithrick A, barber. 
Elliott Geo W, physician. 

Frizby , dry goods, 

Garth H H, family groceries. 
Gregory George W, groceries and 

saloon. 
Grossman D, baker. 
Harris Tyra G, livery stable. 
Harris & Hubbard, dry goods. 
Hufi' Charles, saloon. 
Howell James O, carpenter. 
Halett A J, carpenter. 

Hardings , shoemaker. 

Lewis Belle, school teacher. 

Lyell & Bradley. 

Murphy J D, Baptist Rev. 

Norris & Potts, dry goods. 

Peters Wm & D, livery stable. 

Potts Wm F, watches and jewelry. 

Potts A B, woolen mill. 

Philips Preston Rev, Methodist. 

Phillips L G, carpenter. 

Roberts Wm R, physician. 

Robinson L W, lawyer. 

Roberts Washington, blacksmith. 

Shackelford D R Rev, Methodist. 

Stickell Solomon, painter and saloon. 

Spivey I G, school teacher & lawyer. 

Smith & Stickell, groceries. 

Spence A P, physician. 

Scobee Wesly, tailor. 

Slade Wm, justice of the peace. 

Turny Henry, saddler. 

Thornton James H, constable. 

Turner M, cooper. 

Victor, Myer & Co, dry goods. 

Williams Geo & Son, dry goods. 

Waddle, Speftce & Co, hardware and 

tinware. 
Wheeler Henderson, blacksmith. 
Woods M O, livery stable. 
Williamson & Glazier, . 

Rocliestor. 

This is a small place in Andrew 



county in the east part of the coun- 
ty, nine miles east of Savannah, the 
County Seat. It is on the Platte 
river, the distance from St. Joseph 
being only 15 miles. The place is in 
what is called second bottom land, 
with plenty of timber in the vicinity, 
but it is not overflowed with water. 
The road on which it is situated is a 
great thoroughfare. Population 360. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Baldock Warren, prop, of Rochester 

House. 
Blunt Henry, postmaster and notary 

public. 

Gushing , blacksmith. 

Devoss John D, of Shanks & Devoss. 
Ford & Scadlon, gen. store. 
Groff" Samuel B, grocery. 

Gager , physician. 

Hector Wm, blacksmith. 
Kear & Ingall, gen. store. 
Long G W, blacksmith. 
Miller Daniel, saw mill. 
Manning E M, physician. 

Phillips , clothing. 

Ruby , drug store. 

Rich Leonidas, hotel. 
Shanks & Devoss, gen. store. 
Segrist Philip, wheelright. 
Simmons F A, physician. 

Rockbridge. 

This place is situated in the interi- 
or of Boone county, 32 miles south of 
Columbia, the County Seat, and not 
far from the Bonne Femme creek. It 
is about four miles inland from Prov- 
idence on the Missouri river, to which 
place ship. 

Rock House Prairie. 

This is the name of a country post 
office in the east part of Buchanan 
county, 14 miles south-east of St. Jo- 
seph. It is in the prairie, at a place 
where the Indians, at an early day, 
had erected a hut built of Rocks. It 
is surrounded by a fine fertile coun- 
try. 

Rockport. 

This is the County Seat of Atchi- 
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Jefferson City. It is about six miles 
east of North Star, on the Missouri 
river, its nearest river port, and its 
nearest railroad communication is at 
Savannah, 46 miles south-east. The 
place contains 11 physicians, three 
groceries, two saw mills, one stove, 
tin and hardware dealer, one drug- 
gist, one newspaper, the Atchison 
County Journal, one real estate deal- 
er, two wagon makers, two harness 
makers, four general stores, one mer- 
chant tailor, one blacksmith, one 
shoemaker, one flour mill, one hotel, 
one brewery, &c. Population 660. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bird J Y, physician. 

Buckham Richard, physician. 

Buckham Robert, physician. 

Clark E L, groceries. 

Crosby James, saw mill. 

Deuzer John, stoves, tin & hardware. 

Dillon W E, druggist. 

Doph & McCrarv,publishers Atchison 

County Journal. 
Dunn J D, physician. 
Dunn M V B, physician. 
Dunn T J, physician. 
Durfee & White, real estate. 
Ebner & Kerr, wagon makers. 
Hope J P, harness maker. 
Horn I T, physician. 
Hunter R M, harness maker. 
Hunter & Hurst, gen. store. 
Imhuff C, groceries. 

Jones , physician. 

Mitchell Thos H, blacksmith. 
Moore H P, physician. 
Oswald Henry, shoemaker. 
Reuner Charles, merchant tailor. 
Sanders L & J, gen. store. 
Sickler H, gen. store and flour mill. 
Snow C V, physician. 
Snyder Daniel, hotel. 
Somerhalmer Roland, brewery. 
Stivers L B, dry goods and groceries. 
Thompson F M & Co, gen store and 

pork packer. 
Troub George, wagon maker. 
Williams John, physician. 
Wyatt & Crosby, saw mill. 

Rural Dale. 

This is the name of a small and 
new post office in the county of Grun- 
dy, with Wm. Dunlap, postmaster. 



Rush Bottom, 

This small place is in the west part 
of Holt county, on the Missouri river 
15 miles north-west of Oregon, the 
County Seat, and about six miles west 
of the line of tlie St. Joseph and 
Omaha R. R. 

Rusliville. 

This village is on the St. Joseph 
and Atchison R. R., 12 miles south- 
west of St. Joseph and near the Mis- 
souri river, about four miles east of 
Atchison. The country about the 
place is heavily timbered and well 
watered, and we should think very 
desirable for settlement. 

Population 380. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Beaumont Godfrey, physician. 
Crump J P, blacksmith. 
Davis & Co, gen. store. 
Dixon J K, gen. store. 
Dixon & Hollen, gen. store. 
Dixon A B, hotel. 
Elliott S, gen. store. 
Floyd M H & St, flour mill. 
Fursell Volney, gen. store. 
Goshen Charles, physician. 
Ham J A & Co, gen. store. 
Howard Josiah, wagon maker, 
Matroy R B, gen. store. 
Murrin Patrick, groceries. 
Sanders James, physician. 
Smith L E, saw mill. 
Seever George W, wagon maker. 

, tin shop. 

Spader Wm, P C R R & U S Ex agt. 
Stewart C W, physician & gen. store. 
Stewart & Son, gen. store. 

Thrailkild , blacksmith. 

Weber Elijah, post master and justice 

of the peace. 
Wells & Son, gen. store. 
Wells B G, saloon. 
White T B, blacksmith. 

Russellville. 

This is a small place in Ray coun- 
ty containing two general merchants 
and one blacksmith. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Cox John, blacksmith. 
Campbell James, gen, store. 
Williams James H, gen. store. 



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Sacramento. 

This is a small place on the Mis- 
souri river, in Atchison county in the 
most extreme north-west part of the 
State, being 13 miles north-west of 
Rockport the County Seat. Place 
small and of but little importance. 

Salem. 

This small place is in the west part 
of Linn county, 11 miles north-west 
of Linneus, the County Seat, and 14 
miles north-west of LaClede, its near- 
est R. R. point. It is situated in a 
pretty good section of country. 

Harvey Peary, P. M. 

Saline. 

Is in Lindley township, in the 
north-west part of Mercer county. 
There is no village. 

Kirby McGrew, post master. 

SalJsbury. 

Is a pleasant little village on the 
line of the Western Branch of the 
North IMissouri R. R., five miles east 
of Keytsville, the County Seat of 
Chariton county, in which it is situa- 



ted. It is 22 miles west of Hunts- 
ville, and is on the high ridge of 
beautiful prairie land, and seems to 
be all of a late growth, having been 
built in the last year. 
Population 360. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

Armentrout , blacksmith. 

Blakey & James, gen. store. 

Bockey Robt, shoemaker. 

Burton Wm M, Disciples church. 

Campbell & Ingraham, drugs. 

Chipchase J T, wagon maker. 

Clark Wm, wagonmaker. 

& Campbell, physician. 

Culver Ira, blacksmith and consta- 
ble. 

Cram Vasco, M U Ex agt. 

Hutchinson J, post master and stoves 
and tinware. 

Johnston & Bro, gen, store. 

McGirk & Philpot, physicians and 
druggists. 

MeCampbell Peter, blacksmith. 

Salisbury Lucius, of Salisbury & We- 
ber, proprietor of the town. 

Salisbury & AVeber, gen. store and U 
S Ex agts. 

Tevis John C, general store. 

Thomas F B, gen. store. 

Thomas John H, magistrate. 

Salt Creek. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the interior of Chariton county, 
and is also known by another name — 
that of "Bowlesburg," from the gen- 
tleman who is the proprietor of the 
land about this place, and who owns 
most of the buildings. 

Trades, Professions, See. 

Bostick A G, gen. store. 

Salt River. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the south-west part of Audrain 
county, on the very head waters of 
the South Fork of Salt river. It is 
eight miles south of west of Mexico, 
the County Scat, and is the only place 
that is on any of the branches of 
Salt river west of the North Missouri 
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Sand Hill. 

This small place is in the south 
part of the county of Scotland, being 
eleven miles cast of south of Mem- 
phis, the County Seat, on the divi- 
ding ridge between the North and 
Middle Fabius rivers. 

Martin Cole, P. M. 

Trades, Profi'ssions, &c. 

Chapman & Bro, gen. store. 
Cole Martin, gen. store. 

San Francisco. 

This small place is in the north part 
of Carroll county, 10 miles north of 
Carrolton, the County Seat, on the 
direct road to Utica, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. It., from which it is 17 miles 
south. 

gpaifa Fe. 

A village in Monroe county, about 
15 miles south-east of Paris, in the 
township of South Fork, on the 
South Forlc of Salt river. It is in the 
timber with prairie about one and a 
half miles distant. It contains one 
drug store, tv/o general stores, one 
saddle and harness maker, one shoe- 
maker, one blacksmith, one physi- 
cian of souls and two of men, one 
carpenter and one lawyer. 

Population, 220. 

Trades & 5»rofessions. 

Armstrong E, W & Co, blacksmith. 
Fairbairne J B, carpenter. 
Haines John W, clergyman. 
Harper G L, saddles & harness. 
House M W, general store. 
Marmaduke ^I H, druggist. 
Pk,acklefi\Scott F, physician. 
Rodes Wm R, physician. 
Tanner S & Co, general store. 
Van Svrearengin A W, lawyer. 
Wilkins P D, shoemaker. 

SaTannala. 
The County Seat of Andrew coun- 
ty, is situated 14 miles north of St. 
Joseph, at the present termination of 
the Platte Country R. R. It is 165 
miles north-west of Jefi'erson City, in 
a most delightful section of the coun- 
try, abounding in groves of elm, and 



gently rolling prairie. The village is 
laid out at right angles with streets 80 
feet wide, except one, v.'hich is only 
60. The blocks are 320 feet square, 
and in the centre of the place is one 
planted with trees and containing 
the court house and county offices. 
Around this square is built the prin- 
cipal business houses. The public 
buildings have been built some time 
and Avili soon give place to those of 
more ample accommodations and 
modern date. The streets run east 
and west and north and eouth — the 
former being named Chestnut, Pearl, 
Main, Market, Jefferson and Benton, 
and the latter are numbered except 
two, which have the euphonious 
names of Car,-on and Gycr. The 
nearest point to wliicli the Missouri 
river approaches this place is six 
miles. The exact location of the tov.n 
is section 9, range 50 north, and 35 
west. It has a population of about 
2,100. 

'.B'radfs, I»rofeM.».uos!S, &c; 

Alderman Eli, gen. store. 

Anderson & Pickett, (Jas A & Chas. 

PI lumber. 
Austin & Barber, prop, of Union 

House and livery stable. 
Austin Thomas, of Austin & Barber. 
Barber Charles, of Austin & Barber. 
Bariteau & Dinwiddle, (L A B & D 

D, ) carpenters. 
Beale A W, editor & proprietor of 

the New Era newspaper. 
Beard &■ Hudson, hardware, stoves & 

tinware. 
Berolchimar B H, saloon. 
Bin-ger L I), of xMcCandliss & B. 
BoVle J T Rev, RIethodist Ch. North. 
BIlADFOlll) WAllD, city marshal 

and manufacturer and dealer in 

furniture. 
Bryant W H, physician. 
Butcher David, of Snoderly & B. 
Cameron Mrs, dressmaker. 
Carlyle Wm B, saloon. 
Carlin John H, painter. 
Carpenter Thomas, of Ferrison, Crow 

&C. 
Carter John R, post master. 
Challacombc & Roberts, (W C & P 

S ID real estate agents. 

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Christian Disciples Church. 

Conner John G, saddles and harness. 

Conover R, clothing, boots and shoes, 

„and hats and caps, 
COUCH M I, prop, of the Dewitt 

House and livery stable. 
Davis J J, lawver. 
DEWITT HOUSE, M I Couch, 

prop. 
Dinwiddle D, of Bariteau & D. 
Eader & Hees, (Jacob R E & John 

G H,) merchant tailors. 
Earls W S, general store. 
Eberhard L & G, blacksmiths. 
Elliott James, carpenter and wheel- 
wright. 
Eppler David, proprietor of Savan- 
nah and Clarinda stage line. 
Ferrison, Crow & Carpenter, (^Peter 
r, Robert C & Thomas C,) black- 
smithing and wagon making. 
Flack W S & Co, lumber and agri- 
cultural implements. 
Frasse Henry, physician. 
Frazee J E, Baptist preacher. 
Frodsham AVm, watches, clocks and 

jewelry. 
Garrett S F, hardware, stoves, tin- 
ware, crockery and agricultural 
implements. 
Giddings N B, lawyer. 
Hancock Wm, meat market. 
HARLAN & KELLEY, lawyers. 
Hatton & Storrs (Thos H & Geo S) 
l^rop. Savannah flour, saw and 
carding mills. 
Hees John G, of Eader & Hees. 
Herron John P, of Flack & H. 
Herron Wm, Circuit judge. 
Higgins J C, lawyer. 
Hobson WrR, loom factory. 
Hopkins J W, Campbellite preacher. 
Howard T S, physician. 
Hudson John S, of Beard & Hudson. 
Hutchinson B, blacksmithing & wa- 

gonmaking. 
Jenkins Thomas, restaurant. 
Jenkins Wm, groceries and toys. 
Johnson J A, of Terrell, Johnson & 

Wells. 
Joy S P, groceries. 
Joy & Van Buskirk, (John F J & 

Rufus V B,") photographers. 
KELLEY HENRY H, of Harlan 
&K. 



Keeves A S, of Wm Zook & Co. 

Kenison , boarding. 

Kolbrenner G, shoemaker. 
Laudecker D, dry goods, boots and 

shoes and clothing. 
Laten Charles, carpenter. 
Maag Casper, cooper. 
Majors John, meat market. 
Masonic Lodge, No — . 
McCandliss & Bigger, (R R Me & L- 

D B,) drugs and books. 
McCandliss R R, physician. 
McLain John, President Savannah 

Savings Institution. 
Methodist Church, North. 
Morfitt & Lauber (John M & A L,> 

shoemakers. 
Morgan James K, saloon. 
Miller & Davis, (Robt G M & J J 

D,) lawyers. 
Miller R L C, groceries. 
Murlev James, saloon. 
Nodaway Lodge 14, I O O F. 
Norval James N, shoemaker. 
Phillips E A, livery stable. 
Pickett Charles, of Anderson & P. 
Price W A, wholesale & retail groce- 
ries. 
Presbyterian Church, N S. 
Presbyterian Church, O S. 
Rea David, lawyer. 
Roberts Porter S, real estate agent. 
RUSSELL J B, gen. store. 
Savannah Savings Institution. 
Schmitt Jacob, cooper. 
Schuster A, clothing and boots &■ 

shoes. 
SMITH R E & CO., drugs & books. 
Snoderly & Butcher, (Henry H S & 

David B,) blacksmiths. 
Southard A M, gunsmith. 
Storrs George, of Hutton & Storrs. 
Stryker \V M, O S Presbyterian clgy. 
Terrell John, saddles ancl harness. 
Terrell. Johnson & Wells, (\\^ F T, 

J A J & W S W,^ groceries. 
Tyner J H, gen. store. 
Union House, Austin & Barber, pro- 
prietors. 
Van Buskirk Daniel, saloon. 
Van Buskirk Rufus, of Joy & V B. 
AVakefield M F, physician and drug- 
gist. 
Wassmar C, manufacturer and dealer 
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"Waterman Justin C, stock dealer. 
Watts J R, agents U S Express and 

dealer in books and stationery. 
Wells W S, of Terrell, Johnson & 

Wells. 
Wilson W B, gen. store. 
Wright Brothers, (Chas W W & S P 

W, ) groceries. 
Zook Wm & Co, gen. store. 

Savertou, 

In Rails County, Mo., is a thriving 
village of one hundi-ed inhabitants, a 
majority of whom are engaged in ag- 
ricultural pursuits — gardening, fruit 
growing, and the culture of the vine. 

It is situated on the Mississippi 
River about six miles south of Han- 
nibal, in a beautiful and romantic 
valley. 

On the south-west, adjacent to the 
town, is a region of country extend- 
ing for miles back into the interior, 
which for fertility and productiveness 
of soil is not excelled by any of equal 
scope in North Missouri, while to the 
north we have a hilly belt of country, 
thickly populated by a colony of hon- 
est and industrious Germans, who 
devote their time and labor to the 
cultivation of the grape vine and 
manufacture of native wine, from 
which a large income and revenue 
are annually realized. One-fourth of 
a mile south of Saverton are the cele- 
brated Saverton Springs. During 
the summer season the commodious 
hotel is thronged with pleasure and 
health seeking visitors. 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 
Cameron Neil, justice of the peace. 
Downs, Mrs, bakery & saloon. 
Foster Henry J, gen. store. 
Freeman W W, physician & dentist. 
Glascock Lemuel, carpenter. 
Haskell George, cooper. 
Leonard, George W, painter. 
Lowe Thomas, hotel and livery stable. 
Matson James F, physician. 
Matson George, (colored) barber. 
Miller James C, nurseryman. 
Priest Wm., clergyman. 
Steele John J, gen. agent. 
Wellman Charles V, gen. store. 
Wilson Wm, blacksmith and wagon 

maker. 



Welch Mrs, dress maker & milliner. 
West Philip D, flour and saw mill. 
Wellman Henry C, lawyer. 
Young James W, carpenter. 



This little place is in St. Charles 
county near the Missouri river. Al- 
though not marked down on the maps 
at all, it contains a flour mill, a 
blacksmith and wagon maker, one 
shoemaker, one physician, one tailor 
and one general store, with a popula- 
tion of 140. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bolmann R, flour mill. 

Filling Geo, wagon maker. 

Kohler Louis, shoemaker. 

Martin John, physician. 

Siefker John F & Co, gen. store. 

Thies T, tailor. 

Wulfecammer F ct Co, blacksmiths. 

Scott City. 

This is the name of a small place 
in Atchison county, in the north-west 
part of the State, not marked on the 
maps; neither has it a postoffice, the 
place consisting of one store. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Messengale W, gen. store. 

ScottsYille No. 1. 

This small place is situated in the 
south part of Nodaway Co., 14 miles 
south of Maryville, the County Seat, 
and near the One Hundred and Two 
River ; its nearest railroad point is at 
Savannah, 14^ miles south. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Flurry & Cartey, blacksmiths. 
Havens O E, gen. store. 
Jacobs A M, blacksmith. 
Johnson D, gen. store. 
Prather M S, gen. store. 
Schrock P D, gen. store. 
Torpley & Johnson, saloon. 
Williams & Co, wagon makers. 

Scottsville No. 2. 

This small place is in the south- 
west part of Sullivan county, eight 
miles west of south of Milan, the 
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La Clcde, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 

its nearest point. The place lays 
near Locust creek. 
Eli O Havens, P. M. 

Sexton. 

This is a small settlement on the 
Rochperee creek in the north-west 
part of Boone county, and is situated 
on that stream nine miles north-west of 
Columbia, the County Seat, and 14 
south-west of Sturgeon, on the North 
Missouri R. R. This is a fine rich 
section of country. 

Sliamropli. 

A small place in the extreme north- 
east part of Callaway county, being 
20 miles north-east of Fulton, the 
County Seat, and only five south-west 
of W,ellsville on the North Missouri 
R. R. It is at the head of a creek 
that makes into the Missouri, and has 
some of both timber and prairie. 

Robert D Mann in, P M. 

Sliarpsbiirg. 

This small place is situated in the 
south part of Marion county, IG miles 
south-west of Palmyra, tlie County 
Seat, and only 82 miles north-west of 
Monroe Station, on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R. The place is in an excellent 
prairie section of the country, and 
tiear enough to good markets. 

Thomas Sharp, P. M. 

SIiaiYueeloiTO. 

This small place is in the extreme 
north of Putnam county, and within 
two miles of the lov/a State line. It 
is 12 miles north-east of Unionville, 
the County Seat, and will be 17 miles 
west of the North Missouri R. R., 
when it is extended to the State line. 

SlselMna. 
This is the name of a smart and 
thriving town on the H. & St. Jo. R. 
R., 47 miles from Hannibal and 45 
miles from Quiucy on the Mississippi 
river, in tuo south part of Shelby 
ccunLy, seven miles west of south of 
rjheibyvilic, the County Scat. _ The 
tov/n ha3 grown very rapidly in the 



last two years, and is destined to be- 
come quite an important place. It 
has been visited by quite an extensive 
conflagration, and will continue to be 
if they do not cease to build so many 
frame buildings so nearly contiguous 
to each other ; but the place extends 
over quite a scope of land, and there 
is no general danger for the suburbs, 
which are really well built for so new 
a place. The place contains alto- 
gether some 70 business firms, and 
many of them do a good business, as 
there seems to centre here a good 
trade from the surrounding country. 
This place will be in the recollection 
of some who are now^ living, a town of 
about seven or eight thousand inhab- 
itants. It now contains a population 
of about 1400. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Ahalt & Walker, saloon. 
Ahalt Ezra, auctioneer. 
Adams W, clothing. 
Atterbury & Ford, bakers & confec- 
tioners. 
Atterbury & Loveland, dry goods & 

groceries. 
Burton John, tailor. 
Baum L, dry goods and clothing. 
Combs James, prop. Shelbina Hotel. 
Cooper & Worley, (J T C & H W) 

saddles and harness. 
Downing & Gerard, druggists. 
Donaldson J V, blacksmith. 
Daulton F M, of Hoselton & Daul- 

ton, printers. 
Emery G INI V B, photographer. 
Eskridge Thomas O, prop. Shelby 

House. 
Ford J W, druggist & physician. 
French & Jenks, carpenters. 
Gillis Rev J M, M E Church. 
GllOUT J' H, hardware & cutlery. 
Gerard E N, physician. 
GOODMAN G & BRO, (Chas G & 

Morris G) hardware, stove tinware, 

and boots & shoes. 
Goltleib David, meat market. 
Gough W H, notions & fancy goods. 
Graves E A, telegraph operator. 
Hoselton & Daulton, props. & pubs. 

of the " Shelbina Gazette." 
Hoselton E D, of IT & Daulton. 
Hays, V/est & Blackburn, dry goods. 



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KING CHARLES M, principal of 

select school. 
Lee H C, physician. 
Lowen Mrs Frances, millinery. 
Minter C & D G, groceries. 
Morgan David, wagon maker. 
Milkr J W, K. R. & Am. Ex. agent. 
Miller H & Co, dry goods. 
Miller's Public Hall. 
Miller Charles, furniture. 
INIartiu J S, furniture. 
Mason Benjamin F, groceries. 
I\Iorgan J J, painter. 
Nitsche Frederick, saloon. 
Pflum Charles, cooper. 
Parker George, lumber. 
Preston & York, groceries. 
Palmer William, carpenter. 
Rawlings & True, dry goods, boots 

and shoes, crockery and shippers of 

tobacco. 
Eeid Wm A & Co, dry goods. 
Robinson J E, groceries. 
Smith & Davis, wa2;on makers. 
SHAFEll & YOliK, (John W S & 

A M Y, ) attorneys, real estate and 

insurance agents and notary. 



SHAFER & YORK, 

llllilllf S if iLiWg 

Real Estate and Insurance Agents. 

OVER rOST OFFICE, 



Simpson J D, watches and jewelry. 

Schable F, merchant tailor. 

Sparks & Adams, shippers of tobacco. 

Sigler & Parsons, groceries. 

Shelbiua Lodge 22«, A F & A M. 

Shelbiua Lodge 08, I O G T. 

Smith O D, dry goods. 

Shelbiua Lodge 142, of Odd Fellows. 

Shires D F, lumber. 

Thomas & Saunders, carpenters. 

TAYLOR ^^'M H, surveyor and real 
estate dealer and constable. 

Tov/son H C & Co, real estate agents. 

Taylor John J, dry goods and boots 
and shoes and cjueenswarc. 

Town H M, superintendent of tele- 
graph repairs. 



Veal & Lucas, blacksmiths. 
WEATHERBY C J, dentist. 



& 3. Wl Af Hlll¥, 

RESIDENT DENTIST, 

Rooms Over Post Office, 

Weatherby AY W, magistrate, post 

master and dealer in stationery. 
Weatherby Charles, carpenter. 
Wilson & Lindsey, saloon. 
Wueppel Ernst, shoemaker. 
Wyman Daniel, livery stable. 
Yates E C, telegraph operator. 

Slidfeyville. 

This is the County Seat of Shelby 
county, and is quite an old settled 
place. It is situated nearly in the 
centre of the County, and is 79 miles 
north of Jefferson City and 7^ miles 
east of north of Shelbiua on the IT. & 
St. Jo. R. R. its nearest railroad point. 
The County being wealthy and the 
soil rich, the place has become one of 
the most important in the interior of 
the north-west part of the State, and 
contains many stores and business 
houses, among which are five dealers 
in groceries, four in dry goods, one in 
stoves and tinware, live physicians, 
three shoemakers, one painter, one 
dentist^ two blacksmiths, three car- 
penters, tliree general stores, and 
many of various other kinds. 

Poi^ulation 840. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Appleberry S, groceries. 

Beaur John, groceries. 

Bell James, druggist. 

BotLcher F, gunsmith. 

Brooks ^Y R & Co, washing machine 

maiinfactory. 
Carley Felix J, clothing. 
Coons J N, physician. 
Cooper John T, sadlcr. 
Copcnhaner J, blacksmith. 
CotLon & Bro, dry goods. 
Crav,lord Joseph, wagon maker. 
Dines & Ralf, dry goods. 
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Douglas Robert, shoemaker. 

Duncan George S, hotel. 

Engle S P, carpenter. 

Flack & Olsen, shoemakers. 

Goach Anthony, gen. store. 

Grogg Benjamin, clothing. 

Gunhy W E & Co, groceries &c. 

Hiles J J & Co, groceries and con- 
fectionaries. 

Hedges Hiram, physician. 

Irwin A B, groceries. 

Irwin J M & Son, dry goods. 

Irwin John, stoves and tinware. 

Irwin T H, physician. 

Leslie A, shoemaker. 

Lockvear A, painter. 

McMurry \V L, dentist. 

McLcod W O, physician. 

Marmaduke & Hiilias, dry goods. 

Miller M O, blacksmith. ' 

Priest A G, physician. 

Ealf James, carpenter. 

Riddle F M, washing machine fac- 
tory. 

Sheets H S, gen. store. 

Shockleford C M, druggist. 

Stewart J G, furniture. 

Texado & Co, carpenters. 

Vaughn & Muldron, gen. store. 

Watkins & Sherwood, saddlers. 

Welker & Yoe, hardware. 

Sliibley's Point. 

This is a smart enterprising village 
in the north-western (Morrow) town- 
ship of Adair county, and is about 13 
miles north-west of Kirksville, the 
County Seat, on the Unionville road. 
The place contains about 200 popula- 
tion. 

Trades, Professions, «fcc. 

Burns F J, gen. store. 

Burns Geo M, post master and Pres- 
byterian minister. 

Larkins , gen. store. 

Pheifer , blacksmith. 

Pierce , druggist and physician. 

Salava J A, carpenter, cabinet and 
wagon maker. 

Shibley & Loan, wool carding. 

White Thomas, saw mill. 

Sidney. 

This small place is situated in the 
north-east part of Ralls county, 12 



miles north-west of New London, the 
County Seat, and at the west end of a 
16 mile gravel road extending into 
the interior from Hannibal. The 
place is six miles east of Monroe, 
and immediately about it is heavily 
timbered. 

Trades, Professions, See, 

Fey , blacksmith. 

Hagar & Co, gen. store. 
Wilson John, gen. store. 

Sloan's Point. 

A small village on the Chariton 
river. It is a thriving little town, 
having one grist mill, one drug store, 
one dry goods store and one furni- 
ture and cabinet ware. 

James H Sloan, P M. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Otto Solomon, furniture and cabinet 

maker. 
Panabakcr Wm E, woolen mill. 
Sharrs Phillip, prop. mill. 
Sloan J H, gen. store and cabinet 

maker. 
Sloan J H, physician and druggist. 

Smitli Creek. 

This is a small place in the interior 
of Warren county, and contains three 
business houses, but not a post office, 
and the place is not marked on the 
maps. 

Trades, Professions, See, 
Bunte H, gen. store. 
Dothage Ernst, gen. store. 
Ritter Rudolph, gen. store. 

Smithland. 

This is a small place in the east 
part of Randolph county, four miles 
north of east of Renick on the N. M. 
R. R. This is an extensive section of 
prairie country, and some of the land 
is too flat and wet, but the soil is very 
rich and the land can be easily 
drained. 

Smitliton. 

The old County Seat of Worth 
county, is in the Middle Fork town- 
ship, on a bottom prairie which ex- 
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retrograded since the removal of the 
County Seat, and now contains but 
few buildings with an old mill, two 
stores, and blacksmith shop, many of 
the houses having been removed. 
Population 100. 

Trades Sc Professions. 

Albe John, blacksmith. 
Morgan T H, miller. 
Morgan Wm H, gen. store. 
Smith Eli, gen. store. 

SmithYiUe. 

This little village is situated in the 
north-west part of Clay county, 13^ 
miles north-west of Liberty, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and about one mile from the 
Kansas City and Cameron R. R. Its 
nearest point to the Missouri river is 
at Parkville, about 12 miles Avest of 
south. 

Trades, Profossions, A;c. 

Bayley Colura C, postmaster. 
Smith Erastus, gen. store. 

Siiellsmill. 

Snellsmill, and not Snellsville, is 
the name of a postoffice and small 
place in Harrison county. It con- 
tains two stores and a postoffice. To 
reach it you must leave the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R. at Hamilton. 

John A Willis, P M. 

Trades, Professions, Sec, 

Hodgins Wm, gen store. 
Trotten & Gillen, gen. store. 

Snow Hill. 

This is a small place in Lincoln 
county, eight miles north-east of Troy, 
the County Seat, and near the Mis- 
sissippi Bluff, with two stores in a 
good neighborhood. 

Harleigh Blackwell, P M. 

Somerset. 

In the extreme north-east part of 
Mercer county, near the Iowa line. 
It contains three stores, one wagon 
maker and one blacksmith. 

Trades, Professions, A:c, 

Barkimer Joseph, gen. store. 
Baumgardner Jacob, gen. store. 
Bruner Absalom, blacksmith. 

Bruner , wagon maker. 

Randall , geu. store. 



Sonora. 

This small place is situated in the 
west part of Atchison county, on the 
Missouri river, eight miles north-west 
of Rockport,the County Seat, and near 
the line of the St. Joseph & Council 
Blufis R. R. Population 40. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Matthews A L & Co, gen. store. 
Morgan & Co, gen. store. 

Sparta. 

This is the name of a locality that 
used formerly to be the County Seat 
of Buchanan county. It is in the in- 
terior of that county seven miles 
south of St. Joseph. The i section 
of land on which this place was orig- 
inally laid out has since been conver- 
ted into a very good farm. This 
place once took the lead of St. 
Joseph, both in business and impor- 
tance. Now there are here two dwel- 
lings and their out buildings, with 
one blacksmith shop alone remaining. 
This place once had 40 houses and 
families living in them. Now it does 
not even boast of a post office. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Smith Hugh R, gen. store. 

Speiicerburg. 

This little village is situated in the 
north-west part of Pike county, 12 
miles north-west of Bowling Green 
and 18 miles west of Louisiana on the 
Mississippi river, its river port. Al- 
though it is only 19 miles south of 
Hannibal, the place is of some busi- 
ness importance, and contains two 
blacksmiths, one hotel, two general 
stores, one wheelwright, two druggists, 
one physician, one cabinet maker and 
one mill. 

Trades, Profession", &c. 

Clark & Rice, millers. 
Hegnett H, cabinet maker. 
Lard R A, druggist. 
McPheters W, physician, 
Philips John, druggist. 
Saffell F C & Bro, blacksmiths. 
Tribble John L, gen. store. 
Ware John & Co, wheelwrijrhts. 



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Weatherford J M, gen. store and 

postmaster. 
Wylie W C, hotel. 
Wylie W C & Son, blacksmiths. 

Springfield Store. 

This is a small place in the north- 
east part of Callaway county, 17 2 
miles north-east of Fulton — the Coun- 
ty Seat — and six miles south-west of 
Martinsburg, the nearest point on the 
N, M. R. R. This is a very fine and 
inviting section of country for settle- 
ment as the lands lay very finely for 
cultivation. 

Spring Hill. 

In Livingston county, eight miles 
from Chillicothe, the County Seat. Is 
situated in the forks of Grand river 
on a high ridge of timber land in the 
midst of quite a broken country. It 
contains one Methodist church, south, 
one school, five stores, two saloons, 
one blacksmith, one shoemaker, one 
cabinet shop, one tannery, one steam 
saw mill, one hotel, and iarge quanti- 
ties of valuable walnut timber is in 
the immediate vicinity. 

Population 360. 

Trades, E»rofes^ions, Ao. 

Anderson VV'^m, post master. 

Burke B J, physician. 

Baxter Samuel, shoemaker. 

Caddell James, saloon. 

Clark J©hn K, physician. 

Dewey S J, druggist, physician and 

notary. 
Davis Aquilla, saloon. 
Goben L F, prop, hotel. 
Graham James, steam saw mill. 
Leeper James, gen store. 
Lingo & Crawford, gen. store. 
Leeper & Crews, tobacco warehouse. 
Lowe John, cabinet maker. 
Miller S B, gen. store. 
Pcnniston Robert, general store. 

Richards , carpenter. 

Roselle Rev Edward, Methodist. 
Simpson John, tannery. 
Wilburn Charles, avooI carding. 
Wingo (John & George) blacksmiths 

St. Aiitoert. 
This is the name of a small river 
town in tlie south part of Callaway 



county, on the Missouri river near the 
mouth of Muddy Creek, and 11 miles 
east of south of Fulton — the County 
Seat. It is connected by a daily stage 
line with Mexico on the N. M. R. R. 
30 miles north, and contains a popu- 
lation of about 140. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 

Bartlett W C, gen. store. 

Farmer T L, saloon. 

Glover Pino, groceries. 

Harris James B, gen. store. 

Heasley & Harris, dry goods. 

Moore George A, postmaster. 

Moore J B, commission & forwarding. 

St. Charles, 

The County Seat of St. Charles 
county, situated on the north side of 
tlie Missouri river 8? miles east of 
Jefiferson City in a direct line, but 
much more by the river. It is at the 
l^oint where the N. M. R. R. crosses 
the Missouri river, and by that road 
19;V miles nearly west of St. Louis. 
The situation of the place is very 
pleasant, laying on a sunny hillside, 
and at a convenient distance from St. 
Louis. For suburban residence the 
climate is very fine, and the place is 
surrounded by much rich land and 
admirable scenery. Many of the 
views are quite picturesque, and the 
sites for country seats are numerous. 
The society embraces all kinds, with 
a large admixture of foreign elements ; 
but many who do not speak the Eng- 
lish language are yet natives of the 
lilace, it liaving been settled by the 
French, who yet give a lively tone to 
the inhabitants. They have some 
good public buildings and fine shady 
avenues and streets. The place is 
noted for the beauty and attractive- 
ness of its ladies, and contains three 
drug stores, one foundry, two banks, 
five notary publics, 12 laAvyers, four 
restaurants, 15 saloons, four boot and 
shoe dealers, five dry goods stores, 12 
general stores, four coopers, eight 
blacksmiths, two brick yards, eight 
shoemakers, five carpenters, three 
billiards, two newspapers, nine tail- 
ors, two dress makers, 10 physicians, 
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mills, seven churches, 10 meat mark- 
ets, one painter, one tobacco factory, 
one auctioneer, one pottery, two lum- 
ber dealers, one midwife, three deal- 
ers in watches and jewelry, 10 grocer- 
ies, 10 hotels, one carriage maker, one 
dentist, four barbers, two saddlers, 
four bakers and confectioners, two 
woolen mills, one photographer, three 
clergymen, two magistrates, two live- 
ery stables, five wagon makers, three 
gunsmiths, one saw mill, two lime 
kilns, three breweries, four dealers in 
tobacco and cigars, one hardware 
dealer, one furniture, one cabinet ma- 
ker, two milliners, one boarding house, 
two clothing stores, four female semi- 
naries. Population 4,500. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Alderson Benjamin, iron foundry. 

Alexander Joseph H, cashier First 
National Bank, Insurance agent 
and notary public. 

ALEXANDER WM A, lawyer, no- 
tary and abstract of titles. 

Allen James, restaurant. 

Anderson Henry, saloon. 

Angert Adam, boots and shoes. 

ATKINSON BROS & CO, dealers in 
foreign and domestic dry goods. 

Bandouin Benjamin, cooper. 

Bard well W N, general store. 

Bartold John, blacksmith. 

Baughman Henry, brick yard. 

Becker Geo, dry goods, hats & caps, 
boots and shoes. 

Becker Valentine, general store. 

Beckerle Matthias, shoemaker. 

Beckington Charles, lawyer. 

Bender Charles, road master North 
Missouri K R. 

Bergmeyer Frederick, blacksmithing. 

Bernhardt Henry, carpenter. 

Bernhorst Frank, saloon. 

Bertha & Metz, (G B & F H M) bil- 
liard saloon. 

Bloebaum Ernst, carj^entcr. 

BODE HENRY & CO, prop. St. 
Charles Demokrat. i 

Boedecker D & Co, gen. store. 

Breker Lewis H, notary public. 

Breker P, tailor. 

Breuner Mrs, dressmaker and fancy 
store. 

Breuer G, shoemaker. 



Bright J C, general store. 
Brooker A J, of H F Pieper & Co. 
Brown Andrew, saloon. 
Bruere Gustave, Co. clerk and re- 
corder. 
Bruere Jolni E, physician. 
BRUERE THEODORE, lawyer & 

notary. 
Buckner AH, of J H Newby & Co. 
BUCKNER & LEWIS, (A H B& 

E A L) lawyers. 
Buschmann Fred, stoves & tinware. 
Buschmeyer Charles, blacksmith. 
Case Philip, saloon. 
Central Flour Mills, H Mallinckrodt 

& Co, prop. 
Church of St Peter & St. Paul, Ger- 
man Catholic. 
City Flour Mills, Geo A Klinger, 

prop. 
Copes I W & Co, groceries and drugs. 
Grain George H, N M R R, telegraph 

agt. and train dispatcher.' 
Croquant Julius, billiard saloon. 
Cunningham E L & Co, meat market. 
Cunningham T W, lawyer. 
Custer Joseph, prop. City Hotel. 
Decker Bernard, cooper. 
Deuker Henry B, groceries, glass & 

queensware. 
Diehr Charles, restaurant & saloon. 
Dierker John F, saloon. 
Dolan J, groceries. 

EDWARDS ALBERT H, postmas- 
ter & lawyer, and ed. St. Charles 
Sentinel, a weekly newspaper of 
650 circulation. 
Edwards AYm W, judge of circuit 

court. 
Ehrig Conrad, carriage maker. 
Eiserer & Faulstich (L E & L F) 
merchant tailors and hats & caps. 
Emanuel Lutheran Church. 
Engert Adam, shoemaker. 
Ernst Ferdinand, blacksmith. 
Evans H B, dentist. 
Faulstich Lewis, of Eiserer & F. 
FELPS JAMES A, asst. supt. N. M. 

R. K. 
Fenerbach Casper, barber. 
Feuerstein & Ranch, saddles & har- 
ness. 
First National Bank — Eugene Gauss 
pres., Joseph H Alexander cashier. 
Gardiner George, cooper. 

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Garvin Alex & Co, groceries. 

Gatzweiler F W, gen. store. 

Gauss Eugene, pres. First National 

Bank. 
Geisert Matthias, bakery & confec- 
tionery. 
German Independent Church. 
Gerneau Louis, confectionery. 
Gibbs Field & Boss, props. Missouri 

woolen mills. 
Gibbs Wm, of Gibbs, Field & Ross. 
Goebel Rudolpli, photographer. 
GOTTSCllALK ALBERT, of Ko- 

ester & Ross. 
Grapener Rev J II V, Lutheran 

Church. 
Grienewald Jacob & George, meat 

market. 
Griffith D A, prop. St. Charles flour 

mills. 
Grose John, barber. 
Gut E F & Son, saddles, harness & 

leather. 
Haake Anton, of Haake & Bruns, 

magistrates. 
Haake & Bruns, livery stable. 
Hackmann A H & Co, groceries. 
Hackmann Harmon, restaurant & 

wagon maker. 
Hafer C F, of Schaberg & Hafer. 
Hahn John A, saloon. 

Halleman , shoemaker. 

Hammes Stephen, gunsmith. 
Harris R A, livery stable. 
Hausam Jacob, saw mill. 
Hausam Peter, lime kiln & stone 

quarry. 
Hebling George, meat market. 
Heckman Fred, of H Mallinckrod & 

Co. 
Heckman Wm, of H Mallinckrod & 

Co. 
Heil & Pritzcl, (Joseph H & M P) 

brewery. 
Hess Charles, public administrator. 
Hess Ferdinand, county surveyor. 
Heuser Wm, of Reunge & Heuser. 
Heye Fred, stoves & tinware. 
Hildcbrandt Charles, saloon & restau- 
rant. 
Hirst M J, dross maker. 
Hodapp C &, W, gen. store. 
Hoft'mcister Wm, meat market. 
Hoitschneider C A, tobacco & cigars. 
Huber H, tailor. 



Hucker Wm, bakery. 

Hug Charles, gen. store ; treas. of 
county and mayor of city. 

Huncker C H, hardware. 

Huning A R, dry goods. 

Hunt Henry, saloon. 

Johanpeter Herman, furniture manu- 
facturer & dealer. 

Johnson Charles IM, physician. 

Kamman Jacob, tailor. 

Kanstiner Frederick, groceries. 

Kelly L L, master of bridges and 
buildings N. M. R. R. 

Kemper Adam, blacksmith. 

Kemper H W, cabinet maker. 

KEMPER HENRY, dry goods & 
clothing. 

Kemper Mrs H, millinery. 

Killgore Samuel, boarding. 

KING ANDREW, lawyer & insur- 
ance. 

Kingsbury B B, ed. St. Charles Cos- 
mos, lawyer & prosecuting attor- 
ney. 

Kingsbury H L, clothing. 

Kirkpatrick Wm W of Alex Garvin 
&Co. 

Kister & Meyers, (Henry K & Louis 
M) carpenters. 

KLINGER GEORGE A, prop. City 
Mills. 



ST. CHA-HLES 

CITY FLOUR MILLS, 

BY 

GEORGE A. KLINGER, 

PROPRIETOR. 



The Best Brands of Flour manufactured 
and the Highest Price paid for Grain at our 
Mill on Main street. 



Klaustermeyer & More, (C H K & 

Valentine M.) saloon. 
Koch Peter, barber. 
KOESTER & GOTTSCHALK, (F 

K & Albert G) general store. 
Koesling &, Co, meat market. 
Kolwey Hirman, boots and shoes. 
Krucl Fred, wagon making. 
Kreraer F K, of Kremer & Marten. 



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Kremer & Marten, prop. Lafayette 

flour mill. 
Kuhlmann H, wagon shop. 
LACKLAND H C, lawyer and real 

estate agent. 
Landwehr Herman, groceries. 
Langdon C A B, N M R R agent. 
LEWIS E A, of Buckner & Lewis. 
Lienemann J F, wagon maker. 
LINDEMAN HERMAN,of H Bode 

& Co, editor of St Charles Demo- 

krat. 
Lindenwood Female Seminary,Stroth- 

ers, president. 
Link J W, prop. Missouri hotel. 
Linnemann C I), merchant tailor. 
Lutheran Church of St Paul. 
Lutolf Joseph, merchant tailor. 
Machens Henry E, sheriff. 
Maertens W H, tobacco and cigars. 
Maher Joseph, circuit clerk. 
Mallinckrodt H & Co, Central Flour 

Mill. 
Marten August, of AValter, Marten 

& Co. 
Marten Francis, of Kramer & Mar- 
ten. 
Mateer Wm R, supt. of pub. schools. 
McConnel John, meat market. 

McDowell , carpenter. 

Meier Ludwig, watches & jewelry. 
Melkersman F, of H Mallinckrodt & 

Co. 
Merten August, prop, woolen mill & 

dealer in wool. 
Merten Stephen H, of Mallinckrodt 

&Co. 
METZ F H, of Bertha & Metz. 
Methodist Church, North. 
Methodist Church, South. 
Meyer Anton, gen. store. 
Meyer Augustus A, watches, jewelry 

and fancy goods. 
Meyer Henry D, druggist. 
Meyer F W, prop. Western House. 
Meyers Louis, of Kister & Meyers. 
Middendorf John H, gen. store. 
Miles J, physician. 
Missouri Hotel, J W Link, prop. 
Mittelberger J N, of I N Copes & Co. 
Mittrucker C, painter. 
More Valentine, of Klauster, Meyer 

& M. 
Morgner A, physician and druggist. 
Neiderlielman Casper, carpenter. 



Newby J H cfe Co, tobacco manufac- 
turer. 
NEW YORK HALL, for public 

meeti^ngs, F H METZ, projjrietor. 
Nolle E, stoves and tin ware. 
Oberkoetter Frank, of A H Hack- 
man & Co, boots and shoe dealer. 
Ochri G, lime dealer. 
O'Rear N C, of J H Newby & Co. 
Orrick John & Co, grain & produce. 
OKRICK JOHN 0, lawyer. 
Orrick Wm D, agt. Mer. U Ex. and 

auctioneer. 
Orrick W W, lawyer and notary. 
Oser Joseph, pottery. 
Osmers J, toliacco & cigars. 
Overall Asy N, lumber dealer. 
Overall S, physician. 
Page J C, physician. 
Paule Frank, merchant tailor. 
PAIJLE J & SON, manufacturers & 

dealers in woolen goods. 
Paul M, shoemaker. 
Pausmeyer Kate, saloon. 
Pearce B C of J H Newby & Co. 
Pfeilfer Henry, tovs & confectionery, 
Phillips Father, of St. Peter & St. 

Paul Church. 
Pieper H F & Co, groceries. 
Poser Henry, wagon maker. 
Presbyterian O S Church. 
Pritzel Mauritz of Heil & Preitzel. 
Provines Wm, physician. 
Radell George, saloon. 
Raedlein Ernst, blacksmith. 
Rahmoller Charles, blacksmith. 
Ranch Bernard of Feuerstein & R. 
Redmon cfc Gauss, (John W R & Eu- 

giene G) lumber. 
Reid Nathaniel, U S assessor. 
Reinwaldin Katherin, midwife. 
Reunge & Heuser, (Theo R & Wm 

H) props. Spring brewery. 
Ringe F, gunsmith. 
Ringe Louis, gunsmith. 
Rives T L, physician <k druggist. 
Roebling Adam, meat market. 
Rogers B W, physician. 
Rood O C, cox'oner & justice of the 

peace. 

Ross R G of Gibbs Fields & Ross. 
Rothlender Otto, veterinary surgeon. 
Ruenzi George, saloon. 
Sachs Martin, saloon. 



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Schaberg & Hafer, (Herman S & C 

F H) gen. store. 
Schaberg Henry, merchant tailor. 
Schaeffer Ernestina, brewery. 
Schemmer Herman, blacksmith. 
Schoeber Charles, meat market. 
Schutten J B, tobacco & cigars. 
Seifert Moritz, shoemaker. 
Seitz Otto, physician. 
Sellinger August, meat market. 
Senden John H, groceries. 
Short Michael, cooper. 
SILBER ADOLPH, of Virginia 

House. 
Sondermann H, tailor. 
St. Charles College, Rev L M Ver- 
non president ; four instructors 
and 60 students. 
ST. CHARLES COSMOS, weekly 
English newspaper of 500 circula- 
lation ; B B Kingsbury editor. 
St. Charles Demokrat, weekly Ger- 
man newspaper, Henry Bode & Co 
props. ; 900 circulation. 
Stonebraker A of John Orrick & Co. 
STONEBRAKER A H, U. S. Ex. 

agent. 
Stonebraker John E of Walton Mar- 
ten & Co. 

Strothers , pres. Lindenwood 

Seminary. 
Stumberg John H, physician. 
Tagart R A, billiard saloon. 
Taylor E, master mechanic N. M. 

R. R. 
Thoelky Herman, meat market. 
Thro Emil, prop. St. Charles House. 
Thro J B, dry goods and boots & shoes. 
Thro M, groceries. 
Vernon LeRoy M, pres. St. Charles 

College. 
Vogtelberg Charles, watchmaker. 
Walkins Mrs, prop. American House. 
Walter Louis, barber. 
Walton Marten & Co, (R A W, Au- 
gust M & Jno E Stonebraker) props 
St. Charles woolen factory. 

Washington House, Zollman 

prop. 
Wayne Christian, prop. Farmers' 

House. 
Weber John, millinery. 
Weckermeyer Ferdinand, saloon. 
Weeke C, prop. Union flour mills & 
brick yard. 



Weil Louis, saloon. 

Weinke Charles H of D Boedecker 

& Co. 
Wesemann K, shoemaker. 
Wiedey Henry, gen. store. 
WOODS & SILBER, (Joseph W & 

Adolph S) props. Virginia Hotel. 
Zerr Valentine, shoemaker. 
Zollman Philipp, prop. Washington 

House. 

St. Catherines. 

Situated in Linn county, 15 miles 
from Linneus, the County Seat, 100 
miles from the Mississippi river and 
70 from Jefferson City. Contains one 
M. E. church, two hotels, timber two 
miles north, five south, and H each 
east and west, one flour, saw and 
woolen mill and distillery. Good 
coal is found 20 feet below the sur- 
face, and another vein 70 feet below, 
again another G5 below that, the up- 
permost being 16 inches, the next two 
ft. three in., and the next two ft. six 
in. in thickness, with two more veins 
before reaching 225 ft. in depth. The 
mines are being worked to a limited 
extent by Mr. Elliott, the owner, and 
the coal is used at his mill and facto- 
ry, which is the most extensive and 
complete of any in this section. 

Population 380. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Batchelor A, carpenter. 

Black F S & Co, general merchants, 
stoves, tinware and harness, and 
real estate agts. and prop, of Public 
House. 

Black , of F S Black & Co. 

Bryan Thomas A, physician. 

Crampton Thos & Sons, druggists, 
notary public and H & St. Jo. & 
Am. Ex. agent. 

Crandall W E, postmaster. 

Dunn J S, magistrate. 

ELLIOTT _WM H, gen. merchant 
and proprietor of coal mine, distil- 
lery, saw and grist mill. 

Hill Elijah, blacksmith. 

O' Neil Wm, saloon. 

Phillip & Betts (C A P & D S B) 
general merchants. 

Pierson Geo, blacksmith. 

Redding Joseph L, shoemaker. 



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Sheckels Geo, gen. store. 
Slater Rev, M E Church. 
Stauber T J Rev, M E Church. 
Sternke Win, wagon maker. 
Strader Mulford, saloon. 
Torrey W O, physician. 

St. Fraiicisviile. 

This is a village in the north-east 
part of Clark county on the Des 
Moines river, and in Des Moines 
township eight miles east of Kahoka 
— the County Seat. It is on the line 
of the railroad projected from Alexan- 
dria west to the Missouri river, and 
the place is surrounded by very rich 
and productive country, and the place 
contains a population of about 320. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bailey A, saloon. 

Bunch W, shoemaker. 

Davis & Roberts, lime kiln. 

Early & Miller, wagon makers. 

Fuller P, gen. store. 

Griffith W D & Co, dry goods & 

groceries. 
Heely M U, saddler. 
Hirschler C & Co, distillery. 
Line E, blacksmith. 
McDanielJesse, dry goods & groceries. 
McDaniel Geo J, postmaster. 
McLaughlin Wm, saloon. 
Means Sarah E, hotel. 
Staufier A, gen. store. 
Tinsman & McKee, druggists. 
Tinsman A S, physician. 
Winget A & Co, blacksmiths. 

St. John. 

This small place is in the north-west 
part of Putnam county, nine miles 
north-west of Unionville, the County 
Seat, and not far from the Iowa coun- 
ty line. La Clede, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R., is the proper station to ship 
to to reach tliis point ; it is 50^ miles 
distant. Population 140. 

Arch S Runyon, P M. 

Trades & Prolessions. 

Daniel Wm, hotel. 
Elliot T D, physician. 
Frank John, shoemaker. 
Gunn S H, shoemaker. 
Hopkins L S & W H, gen. store. 
Morgan John H, wagon maker. 
Pollock David W, gen. store. 



St. Joseph. 

St. Joseph, the County Seat of Bu- 
chanan county, Missouri, stands near 
the western centre of the celebrated 
Platte Purchase, which has never 
been surpassed for beauty, fertility or 
healthfulness. 

It is to the Northwest what St. 
Louis has long been to its section, and 
is the great business emporium of 
Northv/estern JNIissouri, Northern 
Kansas, Southern Nebraska, and 
Southwestern Iowa. 

No inland city was ever surrounded 
by a greater number of natural facil- 
ities combining for its welfare, and 
all that is now wanting to make it the 
most important city in tlie Missouri 
Valley is fast accumulating here. 
True, it has many impediments to be 
overcome, but the many recent 
changes that have been made, leave 
no cause to doubt the future. 

St. Joseph is located on the great 
eastern bend of the Missouri river, 
live hundred and forty-six miles from 
its mouth, five hundred and sixty- 
five miles above St. Louis, three hun- 
dred and ninety miles above Jefl^erson 
City, and one hundred and ninety- 
five miles above the city of Lexing- 
ton, one hundred and fifty miles above 
Independence, one hundred and nine 
miles above Kansas City, seventy 
miles above Leavenworth, and thirty 
miles above the city of Atchison. It 
is three thousand miles below Fort 
Benton, which is the head of naviga- 
tion, two tliousand five hundred below 
the mouth of Yellow Stone river, 
seven hundred and fourteen miles 
below Fort Randall, six hundred and 
nine miles below the mouth of St. 
James river, four hundred and forty- 
two miles below the mouth of the Big 
Sioux river, three hundred and twen- 
ty-two miles below the mouth of the 
little Sioux river, two hundred and 
twenty-five miles below Omaha City, 
two hundred and thirteen miles below 
Council Blufis, two hundred and 
eleven miles belov*' Belleview, one 
hundred and ninety-seven miles below 
the mouth of the Big Platte river, one 
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Nebraska City, one hundred and fif- 
teen miles below Brownsville, fifty- 
one miles below White Cloud, and 
sixteen miles below Savannah. She 
is the western terminus of the Hanni- 
bal & St. Joe R. R., the northern ter- 
minus of the Platte Valley R. R., 
which runs from the city of Independ- 
ence where it intersects the Pacific 
railroad, and here connects with the 
Council Bluffs railroad, which inter- 
sects the Northern Branch of the 
Pacific at that place. She is also the 
eastern terminus of the St. Joseph & 
Denver R. R., which is now partially 
graded and is being pressed to com- 
pletion. A strong company is now 
organized to build a railroad from 
this city to Topeka, where it would 
tap the Pacific railroad. Thus its 
railroad connections, geographical po- 
sition and uncontrolable circumstan- 
ces make it the Alpha of the great 
Pacific railroad. 

Sundry stage coaches leave this 
point daily, taking passengers and the 
United States mail to the various 
cities and towns of the Northwest. 
The Missouri river here affords excel- 
lent navigation during the greater 
part of the year, and since the close 
of the war the amount of tonnage has 
greatly exceeded that of former years. 
While the surrounding country is un- 
surpassed in richness and beauty, the 
site of the city is marked by a great 
boldness. It is on the spurs of a 
series of hills which face the south- 
west with a rich alluvial bottom, 
extending crescent-shaped several 
miles along the river. At their base 
between different spurs are small val- 
leys drained by streams running from 
the north-east and bridged on the 
lines of the principal streets. The 
levee extends along the base of the 
hills and the principal landings which 
are three in number, and are at the 
intersection of the six principal streets, 
where they form their most western 
angles. 

The geographical position of St. 
Joseph had made it an extensive 
trading post many years previous to 
1845, when its first town charter was 



granted, but the importance of the 
position seems to have been almost 
unknown till the discovery of the 
California gold mines, when it be- 
came as it will ever remain — the chief 
overland starting point for the great 
tide of emigration to the Pacific coast. 

Here we have a practical demon- 
stration of " Westward moves the 
Star of Empire." Trains of over one 
hundred teams frequently leave this 
city for the gold fields of California 
and the Northwest, while she is the 
first recipient of the precious dust 
which is here sold by weight and sent 
to the Eastern mints for coinage. 

The principal streets are most sub- 
stantially macadamized, while the 
side walks are paved with brick and 
curbed with stone. 

THEN AND NOW. 

In order to show the more plainly 
what this city is, and what nature has 
intended to make her, we propose to 
compare the present with what we 
found here but two years since. 

She was then supposed to contain a 
mixed population of about 12,000, the 
greater part of whom were the fami- 
lies of soldiers and farmers, thus seek- 
ing temporary refuge from the 
horrors of war. Everything that 
could be called a residence was full. 
Many fine stone foundations on which 
buildings were to have been erected, 
were utterly neglected and fast going 
to decay. Churches and schools 
seemed to be forgotten or discarded, 
while ministfeYs and teachers, like 
their flocks, were either in the army 
or declared useless. 

Every courier and dispatch from 
the country brought reports of mur- 
der, robbery and arson, with the un- 
certainty of redress. • 

Now all transient residents have 
left for their farms and tlieir various 
industrial callings, and we have a 
stable population of 20,000. Decay- 
ing foundations are repaired, and 
covered with towering and beautiful 
specimens of architecture, Avhile hun- 
dreds of dilapidated buildings and 
decayed fences, have given place to 
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and substantial private residences 
meet the eye in every direction. 
Each building seems to surpass all 
former ones. 

Two very fine church buildings 
have been completed within the past 
year. 

The Superintendent and board of 
directors of the pu])lic schools, have 
shown their determination not to be 
surpassed, by erecting two very large 
school buildings, that would be an 
honor to any city. As the public 
schools are the best index of the gen- 
eral intelligence, they must ever be 
recognized as the nursery of business 
and literary colleges, and we give 
place to the following from the pen 
of the Principal of the Everett 
School : 

" One of the most promising signs 
of the times in relation to St. Joseph, 
is the prominence which has of late 
been given to public education. It 
may be safely asserted that no city in 
the West has been more practical in 
recognizing the claims of the rising 
generation to educational privileges. 
Within the short period of two years 
a system of public instruction has 
sprung up here, and attained a degree 
of development which would com- 
mand respect in a city of a century's 
growth. It is a remarkable fact that, 
in St. Joseph, popular education is a 
popular idea already. Whatever 
difference of public sentiment there 
may be on other subjects, all seem to 
be under the conviction that the very 
first thing to be done to make our 
city progressive in the right direction 
is, to maintain a system of instruction 
adapted to the wants of rich and poor 
alike. It speaks well for the wisdom 
and liberality of our people that pub- 
lic schools have not been required to 
exist on probation for a number of 
years as has been the case in most 
other cities in which they have been 
established ; but it is to the wise de- 
liberations and persevering efibrts of 
the Board and Superintendent, that 
the wonderful success attending the 
enterprise is to be chiefly attributed. 
They have, so far, done nobly in a 



noble cause. ^^All honor to them ; 
and let the ^usands of boys and 
girls in St. Joseph say, Amen." 

Professor Neely, whose superior 
abilities and high literary attainments 
are so well known throughout the 
State, in filling the responsible office 
of Superintendent of Public Schools, 
has discharged his ofiicial duties in 
such a manner as to gain the esteem 
and confidence of patrons, teachers 
and pupils, as well as the members of 
the Board. He is eminently quali- 
fied for the important position which 
he occupies. In organizing the St. 
Joseph public schools he wisely fol- 
lowed the excellent plan adopted in 
St. Louis. 

A minute description of our school 
system being impracticable in this ar- 
ticle, it will suffice to say that it is 
comprised in the three departments of 
Primary, Grammar or Intermediate, 
and High School. Entering the Pri- 
mary department, according to the 
thorough system of grading which is 
being introduced, the pupils may, in 
a few years, pass through the whole 
course, extending from A, B, C, up 
through the higher mathematics and 
the learned languages, and thus be 
prepared for admission into any Uni- 
versity in the land. 

The greatest, in fact the only diffi- 
culty to be overcome by the Board 
now, is that arising from limited 
school accommodations, but judging 
from what has been done the present 
year towards supplying the deficiency, 
it will not be long before " learning's 
halls " will be sufficiently extensive 
to admit the entire youth of our city. 
The two splendid school buildings 
erected this year cost about $35,000. 
A full description of them may be 
seen in Superintendent Neely's recent 
Annual Report. The whole number 
of children of school age in the city 
being 4,000, according to the recent 
enumeration, and school accommoda- 
tions for not quite 1,000 being at the 
disposal of the Board, it is easy to see 
what remains yet to be done before 
our system of pul)lic instruction will 
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It is not to be infesi'ed from what 
has been said of oiii^ublic schools, 
that the private schools and acade- 
mies of our city are of comparatively 
little importance. The Patee Female 
College and Bryant's Commercial 
College, are institutions whose utility 
and popularity are beyond all ques- 
tion. Of the latter it may be said 
that it has acquired a reputation 
which places it above any similar in- 
stitution west of the Mississippi river. 
Professors Bryant and Hoverson have 
manifested extraordinary energy in 
conducting their College, sparing 
neither pains nor expense to make it 
an institution worthy the liberal pat- 
ronage it enjoys. 

Ta-a^li's, Professios»s, «t-o. 

ABELL J J, prop. Pacific House. 

Ackermann Jos, saloon and boarding. 

Adams Crawford, physician. 

ABLER S & €0, rectifiers and li- 
cjuor dealer, 17 Third and 14 east 
side Market square. 

Adolf J B, Supt. Gas Co. 

Albin & Montague, lawyers and real 
estate dealers. 

Albrecht & tluber, (John B A & 
John H,) watches and jewelry. 

Albus John, prop. Oregon House. 

Albus & Schreiber, saloon. 

Allen R K, carpenter. 

Andriano , soda water factory. 

Armstrong Beattie, mayor of city. 

Arnholt Philip, barber. 

Artsur John, barber. 

ASHBROOK M A, prop. Pennsyl- 
vania House, commission merchant 
and general store. 

ATCHIN80N & ST. JOSEPH R R. 

Aull John G, of Otten & Co. 

Austin, Tomlinson & Webster, (B M 
A, Wm A T & E A W,) Michigan 
wagon depot. 

Ayres Eugene, lawyer. 

Bacon E E, boarding house. 

Badger Edward P, of Griffith & B. 

Baier Peter, merchant tailor. 

BAILEY & HABBEN, (Joseph B 
& Samuel H,) saloon and restau- 
rant, s e cor. Francis and Main. 

BAILEY J W & €0, wholesale no- 
tions and fancy goods, s e corner 
Francis and Second sts. 



BAKER & BROTHER, (Wm B & 

P B,) boiler makers. 



Union Boiler Works, 

IPi-opx'ietox'S, 

Corner Eifflith and Angelique Streets, 

if e mmwm^ sc@« 

Make, put up to Order, and Repair 
all kinds of 

STEAM BOILERS. 

Having had many years experience 
in the Boiler business I feel confident 
of giving satisfaction to all who en- 
trust their work to me. 

ORDERS PROMPTliY FEI^I.EM. 



Baker C, carpenter. 

Baker Jacob, saloon and boarding. 

Baker Miss Kate, principal Prepara- 
tory Department of Patee College. 

Baker Miss M F, teacher of English 
in Patee College. 

Baker & Smith, prop. Varieties The- 

BALBWIN N F, Watches and jew- 
elry. 



B A L I> T\^ IIV ' S 

IT'a.sli ional>le 

JEWELRY AUD MUSIC STOBE, 

Cor. Fourth aii«l Felix Sts., 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



Specinl Attention paid to Repairing 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. 

Baldwin P A, phvsician. 

Ballinger I S, of Tootle, Farleigh & 

Co. 
Bamberger S & Co, clothing. 
Bansbach Ph, mattrass maker. 
Bamberger S & Co, clothing. 
Bandel Frank, blacksmith. 
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Baptist Church. 

Bard A M, of Charles H Shults & Co. 

Barker L N, vvatches and jewelry. 

Barlow & Roberts, lime dealers. 

Barboe Louis, confectionery. 

BARROWS W F, of Wm H Floyd 
& Co. 

Barton Guy C, of Woolworth & B. 

BASSETT J M, lawyer. 

Baunian George, wagon maker & 
blacksmith. 

Baxter Miss A, dress maker. 

Bayless Wm of Davis & Bayless. 

Beach James T, insurance agent and 
wholesale & retail dealer in paper 
& stationery. 

Beattie A & Co, bankers. 

Beck Theodore of Krausmann & B. 

Becker Wm, saloon. 

BEDWELL E K, marble dealer. 

Beery Julius M, saloon & prop. Har- 
raouia Hall. 

Behr Otto, music dealer. 

Bell James R & Bro, prop, of Colum- 
bia House & gen. merchants. 

Bell John, wire worker. 

Beller A, boots & shoes. 

Bender David of Coker & Bender. 

BENDER & MARKLE, real estate 
agents. 

Benham L, prop Bull's Head stable. 

Berghoff J T, physician. 

Bergmann Wm, manufacturer of fur- 
niture. 

BERNARD & REDMAN, 14 4th 
St, manufacturers & dealers in sad- 
dles & harness. 

BERNARD J B, of Bernard & Red- 
man. 

BERNARD W W, of Bernard & 
Redman. 

Berner Louis, agent, clothing. 

Bertram Elias. wagon maker. 

Bertram Wm, physician. 

Bessing W, saloon. 

Best John, saloon. 

Bigelow John, sale & feed stable. 

Biggers T B, lawyer & claim agent. 

Binder & Geiermann, tailors. 

Bindriem Joseph, restaurant. 

Bi-hop G E, phvsician. 

BITTINGER JOHN L, of Wilkin- 
kiuson & Bittinger, props. Herald. 

BLAIR WM, prop. City Hotel cor. 
od & Jule sts. 



Bernard & Redman, 

Ml ii ills, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Saddlery Hardware, Etc. 



NO. 14, FOURTH ST., 
ST, JOSEPH, MISSOUEI. 



Blake George, saloon. 

BLAKEMOKK HOUSE, Jule st. 
bet. ]\Iain c^c 2nd. 

Blakemore T L, clerk Pacific House, 

Blank & Middletown (John B & 
Henry M & John .Schiller) black- 
smiths & wagon makers. 

Bliss P, lawyer. 

Blodgett C D of J W Horr & Co. 

Bloonifield & McChesney (Wm B & 
& W W AIcC) pottery. 

Bode Geo, of Steffen & Bode. 

Boegle cfc Dorsam, shoemakers. 

Bogen Mrs M, millinerv. 

Bokemper & Co, (G B & Jas Kelt- 
mer) saddle tree manufacturers. 

BOLLER ti' ROESSNER, (C H B 
& H R) stoves, tin & coppersmiths. 

Boon Hiram, brick yard. 

Borngesser Henry, stoves & tin ware. 

Borngesser Theodore H, wholesale &. 
retail groceries. 

Boucot Nicholas, saloon. 

Bourgeois David, second hand store., 

Bowen James, gen: store. 

Boyl Wm of Ford & B, carpenters^ 

Boyle Robert, notary public. 

Bay] on Amos, saddles & harness. 

Bradley , gen. store. 

Bradlev H, physician. 

BRANDOW ED R & CO, manufac- 
turers of sorglium & sugar. 

Bransfield & Corlier, (M B & J C,) 
second hand clothing. 

Bradshaw & Co, (R C B & T A B,) 
wagonmaking and blacksniithino-. 
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ED. R. BRANDOW 



Agent for Nortli Western Fur Com- 
pany, and Schutter's Celebra- 
ted Wagons. 

OF 

IRON RAILIKG 

AND GENERAL 

House FittitKj Iron Work, 

Also Manufacturer of 
RIGG'S PAT. SUGAR CONDENSER. 

AND PKOPKIETOK OF THE 

St. Joseph S«rglio Hiijarar Honse. 

Brady Isaac, prop. American House 
and groceries. 

Bridgewater Elijah, barber. 

Brissinger & Geiermann, (F B & J 
G,) merchant tailors. 

Brondel Julius & Daniel, cabinet ma- 
kers. 

Brooks Mrs & Son, proprietors "West- 
ern hotel. 

Brown G W, stoves and tinware. 

BROWN & KABOTH, cFred B & 
Chs K,') saloon. 

BROWNE FRANCIS, of Nave, Mc- 
Cord& Co. 

Brown Thomas J, saloon. 

Browne J S, of Penick & Loving. 

Bruner , physician. 

Bryant Mrs, boarding. 

BRYANT THOMAS J, principal of 
the National Business College of 
St. Joseph. 

Buchanan Life and General insurance 
Company. 

Buck Victor B, wholesale boots and 

Buckman C H, of R L McDonald & 
Co. 

BIJELL GEOROE, prop, of Buch- 
anan woolen mills. 

Bullen John, groceries. 

Bullimore Knowles & Co, liverv sta- 
ble. 

BURNSIDE CROWTHER& ROG- 
ERS, (John B, Geo C & Julius _R) 
props. Union foundry & machine 
shop. 



is^eo. 



iseo. 



Biclanan Wooleii Mills. 



GEORGE BUELL, 

Miinufacturer and Dealer in 

fOOLEN MODS AND WOOL, 

North Third Street, 

ST. JOSEI^PI, I\IO. 

Burr Joseph, shoemaker. 
Burri Charles, groceries. 

Bush , meat market. 

Bush G A, prop, of shingle mill. 
Cahn & Gottlieb (Joseph C & S G) 

clothing. 
Cahn Isaac, of May Weil & Co. 
CAMERON A E/book keeper City 

Hotel. 

Camp , physician. 

Caneday E of Fleurey, Raymond & 

Co. 
Carbry Christopher, gen. store. 
CARNEY A, of T Connelly & Co. 
CARNEY JOHN, of T Connelly 

&Co. 
Carolus George, saloon. 



MACHINE SHOP, 

BmsMe, Ciwtler & Boprs, 

COU. KIOIITIC AXI> MESEXIK HTH.y 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. 

Made and Repaired. 

Made and Repaired. 

MACRINEKY FOR GRIST, SAW AND LATA MILLS 

Put 111* to Order aud Rf paired. 



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Carter B, blacksmith. 
CARTER E J & CO, geu. forward- 
ing & commission merchants. 
Carter Lucian of Ensworth & C. 



Eu J. Garter & Co.^ 

COLORADO, UTAH & IDAHO 



General Storage, Forwarding & Com- 
mission Merchants. 

ST, JOSEPH, MO. 

Freights forwarded by 

3WLE OB CATTLE TEA IN 

As Ordered. 

Back Charges Advanced on Consignments. 

Anple f areliotise AccominoMons. 



CARTER L D of Swick & Co. 
Cartledge, book keeper railroad. 
Cass Mrs M E, dress maker. 
Catholic Church of St. Joseph. 
Cellone Mrs, dress maker. 
Cellone Peter, shoemaker. 
CHADWICK W L, auction & com- 
mission store. 



W. L. CHADWICK & CO., 



GENERAL 



mmim merchaits 

AND 

AUCTIONEERS, 

27 SOUTH SECOND STREET, 27 

NA/. L. CHADWICK, 
Aiictioncei'. 

Chaillott Frederick, cabinet maker. 

Chambers , physician. 

CHAMBERS & MARNET, (R H C 
& E L M) dry goods. 



Chambers Wm, shoemaker. 
Chandler Jeff of Parker, Strong & 

Chandler, and city attorney. 
Chestnut C & Bros, \C C, E C & S 

C) groceries. 
CHEW T J JR, insurance agent. 
CHEW TMOMAS J, of Koch, Chew 

& Co. 
Christ & Menscl (Henry C & J M.) 
Christian Church. 
CHURCHILL WM, painter. 
CLAGOETT M M, of Willis & C. 
Clark F, merchant tailor. 
Clemence Julius, bakery. 
Clifford Miss, millinery. 
Cluck D R, provisions. 
Cochran Mrs, sewing machines. 
Cody Richard, saloon. 
Cohen Ben of A B Sulzbacher & Co. 
Cohen Leopold, groceries. 
Cohen Philip, merchant tailor. 
Coker & Bender, intelligence office. 
Colburn & Co, ( J J C & W H Floyd 

& Co) groceries. 
Cole Mrs H F, millinery. 
Cole & McMahan, (H F C & J McM) 

carpenters. 

Coleman , blacksmith. 

Colhoun Edmund R, hardware. 
Colhoun John & Co, bankers. 
COLT B F, of Woolworth & Colt. 
Comstock F A, groceries. 
COMSTOCK W'H, druggist. 
Conlisk Peter G, bakery, saloon & 

groceries. 
Council G W of Whiting & Co. 
CONNELLY T & CO, wholesale 

clothing, cor. 3d & Felix sts. 



C'LOTHINGr 

fill 0101 Hlia 

AND 

FURNISHING GOODS, 

Cor. Third and Felix Streets, 

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Constable D A, wholesale iron, hard- 
ware & agricultural implements. 

•Convent of the Sacred Heart, a school 
for young ladies. 

Cook Henry, shoemaker. 

Corby John, pres. Savings Institute. 

Corlier Joseph of Bradford & C. 

Cox James, brick yard. 

Cox T J, blacksmith & machine shop. 

Craig Enos, city marshal. 

Craig O H P of John Meagher & Co. 

CRAWFORD 31 & €0,_ news depot. 

Crocker Thcop, blacksmith. 

Cross Joseph, prop. Keokuk House. 

CROWTHER GEO, of Burnside, 
Crowther & Rogers. 

Culligan Thos, sec. Savings Institute. 

Cunditf W L & Co, livery stable. 

Cunningham T W, dry goods. 

Curtain A P, billiards. 

Curtis Edwin, of Hawley & Co. 

Danziger L, of I Haas & Co. 

Darby C H, of Gunn & Darby. 

Dauckmeyer Charles, broom factory. 

Davenport C W, insurance agent. 

Davenport, Pike & Durfee, real es- 
tate agents, 92 Francis st. 

Davis & Bayless, (Emanuel D & Wm 
B) livery stable. 

Davis Charles, whip maker. 

Debus Adam, bakerv. 

DECLIJE & SHIVEL, carpenters 
& builders. 

wmimm i§ ssitii, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

SafeiPlaMaMTiirMLniiilier, 

CftRPESTERS & BOILDERS, 

And general workers in 

«g~ A good assortment of all kinds of hard 
Lumber, constantly on hand. 

S. E. Cor. of 3d and Mesenie Sts., 
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



Deichmann & Fuelling, (Chas D & 

Louis F) tobacco & cigars. 
Deigel Christ'n, dry goods & groceries. 



Deitz & Henschel (M D & Aug H) 

saloon. 
Demmler John, boarding house. 
Demond John, druggist. 
Derganc J F, merchant tailor, 
DEUSCHLE JOHN, of Ernst & D. 
Devorss W, sale & feed stable. 
Dimmett Adam, wagon making & 

blacksmithing. 
Doll Fritz, prop. Charleston House. 
Dolman John A, insurance agent & 

notary. 

EDWARDS & SYMMONS, 

SI. JOSEPH, 3IO., 

Importers of 

mmm m watches, 

And Dealers in 

Jewelry, Silver Ware 

And 

FANCY GOODS, 

And Agents for Seth Thomas Clocks. 

Particular Attention given to the Repair- 
ing of Watches and Clocks. All work war- 
ranted. 

Dolph A, wholesale & retail gro- 
ceries. 

Donelan E A, physician. 

Dorsam Adam of Boogie & D. 

DOUGHERTY A M, lumber, cor. 
3d &, Silvanie sts. 

Dougherty Alexander A, groceries. 

Douglierty James, of Rusk ifc D. 

DOUGLAS J & BRO, wholesale 
china, glass & queensware, 

DOUGLAS ROBERT, of J Douglas 
& Bro. 

Douglas W II, of Pinger & Douglas, 

Downey Michael, prop, of Farmers' 
House. 

Dubre S H, furniture, 27 S. 2nd st. 

Duencke H, tobacco &, cigars. 

Dulac A of Vila & D, clothing. 

Dunlap David, hats & caps. 

Dunn Michael, cooper. 

Dunster Henry, blacksmith. 

Durfee A B of Davenport, Pike & D. 

Durfee Jos of Davenport, Pike & D. 



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Dutton Edward, hub, spoke, wheel, 
wagon & fanning mill factory. 

Eberly Henry, barber. 

Eckhardt & Rein, gunsmith. 

Eckhart Wm, vice pres. First Na- 
tional Bank, and dealer in dry 



Edwards & Kneeland, (C H E & A 

L K) boots & shoes. 
EDWARDS & SYMMONS, (I E & 

H S) watches & jewelry. 
EDWARDS T, hats, caps & furs, 

north side market square. 

T. EDWARDS, 

HATS, m « FOBS, 

AND DEALER IN 

Umbrellas and Walking Canes, 
N. SIDE MARKET SQUARE, 

Eiseman Charles, dry goods. 

Elfred Thomas H, druggist, 14 second 

street. 
Elle L, of Hallo & E. 
Ellingwood T L, wholesale & retail 

hardware. 
Embrcy & Co, (W E & W M Hud- 
net) tobacco & cigars. 
Enwright N C, physician. 
Ensworth & Carter, (Samuel E & Lu- 

cian E C) lawyers. 
Epstein S & Co, dry goods. 
Eppstein M, of Westheimer & E. 
Episcopal Church. 
Eppstein Bros, (Elias E & Leopold 

E) gen. store. 
ERNST & DEUSCHLE, (Chas F 

E & J D) hats, caps & furs. 
Evans John C, carpenter. 
Ewry J L, merchant tailor. 
FAHEY & €0, (James F & John 

Murphy; lumber dealers. 



C. F. ERNST. JOHN DEUSCHLE. 

ERNST & DEUSCHLE, 

Retail Dealers in 

HftTS, CAPS l FURS, 

Stra^v and Grents' 
ISO. so, EDM:o]vr>, 

Bet. 3d aiKl 4tli Sts., 

ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. 

FAIRCLOUGH J, prop. Star Mills. 

Fairleigh T & Co, wholesale hard- 
ware. 

Fairleigh W G, of Tootle F & Co. 

Fales Shepherd, wagon maker & 
blacksmith. 

Farris Mrs M, dressmaker. 

FARRIS, THOMPSON & JOHN- 
SON, (J M F, I B T & J B J) 
marble dealers. 

Faulhaber Jacob, confectionery. 

FEINEMANN B A, of S Adler 
&Co. 

Fetzer C, carpenter & builder. 

FETZNER BENJAMIN, manufac- 
turer of soap & candles. 

Fife Henry, blacksmith. 

Fink John P, wlaolesale boots & shoes 
& leather. 

STAR FL0ORIN&~MILLli 



JOHN F^i:B@i©yGM, 

Manufacturer of 

Choice Family Flour, 

ALSO 

Other G-rades of Flour, 

COR. iVIASN AND FRANCIS STREETS, 



The Highest Market Price paid for Wheat. 



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ER, 



Dealers in every Description of 

PINE L UM 

Flooi'ini,', Siding-, Finisliiiii? Lumber, Shingles, Laths, 
Sja.j£S3E3C, X>00:^i.!S, 3SXjXZ<r33S, DE3TO. 

Office and Yard Cor. 6th, near Hannibal Freight Depot, 

jP. O. box 142. ST, JOSEPH, 3IO. 



Fish M G & Co, (M G F & H F) liv- 
ery stable. 

Fisher & Huntington, (Richard F & 
Thomas S H) collar shop. 

Fish E & Co, (E F & E F) gen. 
store. 

Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter. 

Fitzgerald Michael, saloon. 

Flenian J ^Y, of Frazer & Co. 

Fleming E, B, groceries & boots & 
shoes. 

Fletcher T A, of Johnson & F. 

Fleury Raymond & Co, agents gutta 
percha rooiing Co. 

FLOYD WM H & CO, wholesale & 
retail groceries. 

Farris, Thompson ^ Jotinson, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 




AND 

TOIv^B STOISTES. 

Yard Cor. Sixth and Francis Streets, 



Flynn John, groceries. 
Foley James, gas & steam fitters. 
Foote & Warner, (E F & J L W) 
agricultural implements. 



FORCE D M, stoves & tinware, No. 

6 Second st. 
Ford & Boyl, (John F & Wm B) 

carpenters. 
FORD CAPT. ROBERT, supt. H. & 

St. Jo. R. R., and Missouri river 

Packet Line. 

IIHJ, 111 SHIS, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Moulded and Pressed Candles, 
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



I will take in trade Tallow, Lard Grease, 
etc., and will always keep on hand a good 
and large assortment of Soap and Candles, so 
that I cnn fill all orders promptly. Direct or- 
ders to BENJ. FETZNEK, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Forry G C, agricultural implements 
& stoves & tinware. 

Forsee E B, physician. 

Fosdick Homer, dentist. 

FRANCE C B, teller State Bank. 

Franceman Peter, of MacGinty & F. 

rRAN(JOIS (*, restaurant. 

FRAZER B B, of Turner, F & Wil- 
liams. 

Frazer & Co, (D F, J W Fleman & 
J W Guider) carriage factory. 

FRAZER JOHN M, of Turner, F & 
Williams. 

Freeland & McClintock, (J W F ct 
J S McC) livery, sale & feed stable. 

Frerking August, groceries & ice. 

Friderich & Streckebein, (C E F & 
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Freidenlieit G, clothing. 
Fuller M C, of Golding & F, 
Fuelling Louis, of Deichmann & F. 
Furguson H Q, secy. H. & St. Jo. R. 

R. & Missouri river Packet Line. 
Furlong L A & Co, photographers. 
Furst Joseph, barber & bath house. 
Gahnt Peter, cooper. 
Gaiser Jacob, of Western Pressed 

Brick Co. 
Gallion J V, veterinary surgeon. 
Gamble James, groceries. 
Garlichs H M, druggist. 
George Mrs, prop. Allen House. 
German Methodist Church. 
Gernandt Wm, barber. 
GIBSON MRS G W, millinery, 45 

Second St. 
Giebens Christ, boarding & saloon. 
OILKEN R D, of the Pacific House. 
Gitz Michael, of Schaufert & G. 
Goetz M K & Co, prop, city brewery. 
GofF A P, cashier of Western Bank 

of Missouri. 
Gogle A, of Herbert & G. 
Goldfarb J, of S. Epstein & Co. 
Golding & Fuller, (W G & M C F) 

boarding & saloon. 
Goodlive & Co, (Jacob G & G R 

Hildebrant, watches & jewelry. 

Gore , physician. 

GORE H G, of May, Weil & Co. 
Gorham & Pelham, billiards. 
GOWER A G, asst. supt. & engineer 

of A. e^ St. Jo. & W. & A. R. R. 
Grady P, saloon. 
Gray E P, physician. 
Green A & Co, stoves & tinware. 
Grell Wm, notions. 
Grief J, of Langener & G. 
Griffith & Badger, (Uriah G & E P 

B) livery stable. 
Griswold Theodore, notary. 
Grolleman Joseph, boarding. 
Groneweg H, tobacco & cigars. 
Guider J W, of Frazer & Co. 
Gunn & Darby, (R G & C H D) den- 
tists. 
Gyles J F, gen. insurance agent. 
Haas A, saloon. 
Haas Isaac & Co, wholesale boots & 

shoes. 
HADDEN SAMUEL, of Bailey &H. 
Hagedorn D F, blacksmith & wagon 

maker. 



HAIL THOMAS, of Swick & Co. 

Hall F T, house tfe sign painter. 

HALL A: OLIVER, ( Willard P H 
& Mordecai O) lawyers. 

Hall Mrs M, millinery. 

Hall W G, physician. 

Llallo & EUe (H H & L E) clothing 

Hamilton James P, saw, shingle & 
corn mill. 

HAMMAN I G & CO, wholesale deal- 
ers in boots, shoes, leather & find- 
ings, 3d St., bet. Felix & Francis 
sts., east side. 

Hammond N G, of Love & H. 

Harbine Thomas, lawyer & real es- 
tate agent. 

Harburger Isaac, gen. store. 

Harding D R, veterinary sui'geon. 

Harris & Sullivan, shoemakers. 

Hartwig & Co, Avholesale grocers. 

Hartwig & Kichler (H H & Charles 
K) saloon. 

Hartzell C, prop. LTnion House. 

Hatteroth Jacob, barber. 

Hauck & Bro, (Jacob & George M) 
props. Excelsior flour mills. 

Hawley & Curtis, (James M H & 
Edwin C) dry goods. 

Hawley J B, city recorder. 

Hax & Krug, (Fred PI & Henry K) 
groceries. 

Hax Louis, furniture. 

Hax & Niemann (Louis H & C N) 
furniture factorv. 

HAYS k RICHARDSON, (S H & 
RPR) W'holesale druggists, Mark- 
et square. 

Samuel Hays. K. P. Richardson, M. D, 

Hays & Eicliarclson, 

WHOLESALE 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. 

Haynes & Saunders, (T M H & J 
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D. J. HEATON, 

No. 181 & 183 Francis St., 
ST. JOSEPH, - - MO. 



Coffins of every size and style made of the 
most durable wood. METALIC BURIAL 
CASES AND CASKETS, of every size, style 
and finish. 



Superior Carriages and Hearse always 
ia readiness. 



Hiddens W I, physician. 

Heiligenstein, watchmaker. 

Heinrichs Gustavus, ed. & prop, of 
the Westliche Volksblatt. 

Heller Jacob, ofNeeb & H. 

Helms Samuel, barber. 

Henderson Miss M T, teacher of math- 
ematics at Patee Female Seminary. 

Henry Louis, shoemaker. 

Henry Thomas, city collector. 

Henschel August, of Deitz & H. 

Herbert & Gogle, (I H & A G) board- 
ing house and saloon. 

Hereford A P, lawyer. 

Herz Mary E, teacher of music in 
Patee Female Seminary. 

Herz Wm, prof of music. 

Hesse John, of Schranck & H. 

Heshong J P, paper hanger. 

HESS S & CO, (S H & E H) whole- 
sale groceries & liquors, 19 3d St., 
and IG Market square. 

Hetrick Howard R, lawyer. 

Heuschele Philipp, shoemaker. 

Hildebrant G R, of J Goodlive & Co. 

Hill E O, lawyer. 

HILLIP]ll GEORGE, undertaker. 

Hipsley Ejblacksmith & wagon maker. 

Hoagland George T, lumber. 

Holdorf F M J, dry goods & furs. 

Holme & Bro,CC'G H & J T H) 
wholesale saddlery & saddlery 
hardware. 

Holmen L A, millinery. 

Hopkins J B, insurance agents. 

Hopkins & Wise, ( F G H & R J S W) 
architects & builders. 



G. HILLIER, 
Git^ Undertaker^ 

OFFICE &. WAREROOMS 

Fourth Street, one door south of the Allen 
House, 

ST, JOSEPH, 3IO. 

P. 0. Box 123. 



Metalic Cases, Coffins, Shrouds, Gloves and 
Scarfs constantly on hand. Hearse and Car- 
riages furnished on short notice. Funerals 
attended promptly. 

N. B. — Show Cases and Office Desks 
manufactured to Order. 



Horigan James, gas & steam fitter. 

Horr J W & Co, gen. store. 

Hosea Isaac T, of Lemon H & Co. 

HOYERSON EDWARD, prof, of 
accounts in the National Business 
College of St. Joe. 

Howard, Hastings & Preble, (C L H, 
F H & P M P) manufacturers o f 
& dealers in lumber. 

Howard J B, physician. 

Howe C F, actuary of Indiana Cen- 
tral Insurance Co. 

Hranitzky B, millinery & furs. 

Huber John, of Albrecht & Huber. 

Hudnet Mrs, boarding. 

Hudnet W M, of Embrey & Co. 

Huggins W, clerk Buchanan Ins. Co. 

Huke Wm, groceries. 

Hull Joseph C, cashier First National 
Bank. 

Hunter James, lawyer. 

Hutchinson J B ofW L Cundiff 
& Co. 

Ilutton R J, millinery. 

Huxley P A, prop, of Huxley House.. 

Hyde G W, groceries. 

Irving C H, Icsce & manager of the 
St. Joseph theatre. 

Irving Mrs C H, millinery. 

Irwin & Marklc, (Geo M I & J B M) 
dealers in hides & tallow. 

Islaub Frederick, Western brewery. 

Jackson , pork packer. 

Jacobs &Co,_(S_J & N J) clothing & 
ircnts' furnishinfr. 

JENKINS JOHN K, prop. Blake- 
more House. 

Jenkins Seymour, of Tibbetts & J. 



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Jennings John, news depot, 

Jerome S O, prop, omnibus line. 

Johnson J B, of Farris, Thompson & J. 

Johnston Christopher, wheelwright. 

Johnston W S, notary. 

Johnston & Fletcher, (J J & T A F) 
sale & feed stable. 

Jones John, whitewashing & calcim- 
ining. 

Jones John, of McGee & J. 

Jones Thomas, groceries. 

JONES WASHINGTON, of Wood- 
son & J. 

Jones Wesley, of Kroll & Jones. 

Jordan R H, of W M Wyetli & Co. 

Judah Meyer, dry goods & clothing. 

Judd H K & Co, wholesale hats, caps, 
fur & straw goods. 

Jung Geo, stoves & tinware. 

KABOTII CHARLES, of Brown 
&K. 

Kahn & Co, (A K & A Schloss) 
clothing & gents' furnishing. 

Kautrowitz & Co, (J K & J Saun- 
ders) clothing. 

Kay James, of J W Bailey & Co. 

Keechle Joseph, prop. St. Joseph 
brewery. 

Kelly James Jr, groceries & produce. 

Kelly James H, groceries. 

Keltner James, of Bokemper & Co. 

Kelzer Anton, saloon. 

Kemp C E, manufacturer of earthern 
ware. 

Kerr A L, of Smith, Kerr & Co. 

KESSLER C, notions & fancy goods, 
25 2nd St. 



C. Kessler, 

Jobber find Retailer of 

AND 

Yankee Notions, 

Toys, Albums, Stationery, Novels. 

2J Second St., 

ST. JOSEPH, - - MO. 

Kessler & Fosdick (C J K & Homer 
F) dentists. 



KETCHAM H B, glass & queens- 
ware at wholesale, north-west cor. 
of Felix & 2nd sts. 

Kichler Charles, of Hartwig & K. 

Kietfer J, ])rop. of Luxemburg Hotel. 

Kiley Florence, rock crushing mill, 

Kimberly L B, plasterer. 

Kirk A D, lawyer. 

Klos F A, merchant tailor. 

Klos P, saloon. 

Knapp E J, painter. 

Kneehmd A L, of Edwards & K. 

Knight Charles F, physician. 

Knowles H, of Bulliinore, K & Co. 

KOOH, CHEW & CO, wholesale 
grocers. 

Koch Wm, grocery. 

Koerner Louis, malt house. 

Kolker Joseph, groceries. 

Kollatz Wm, dyer & scourer. 

Kratt J, boarding. 

Krausmann & Beck, ( J A K ct Theo 
B ) tobacco & cigars. 

Kroll & Jones, (Theo K & Wesley J) 
druggists. 

Krull H, of Pape & K. 

Krumme J H, shoemaker. 

Krusemer I C, tailor. 

Kunstel U, shoemaker. 

Kurz Jacob, groceries. 

Labrunerie A & Co, merchant tailor. 

Lamport JNIrs J, confectionery & no- 
tions. 

LaFlam N N, saloon. 

Lamport Josiah, barber. 

Landis B F, saddles & harness. 

Langener ct Grief (E L & J G) boots 
& shoes. 

Lathrop B F, agent jMichigan Avagon 
works. 

Laubert Fred, shoemaker. 

Lawrence Wm, photographer. 

LAWSON L M, Lawyer and presi- 
dent Branch of State Bank of Mis- 
souri. 

LEACH LEWIS, of Xaye, McCord 

ct Co. 
Lederer J, tailor. 
Lemon, Hosea & Co, ( Jas S L & I T 

H) wholesale dry goods, notions 

and clothing. 
Leonard Samuel, cabinet maker. 
Lewis John A, prop, of Sherman 

House. 
Lewis J M, saloon. 

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Lieb Adolph, saloon. 

Liederer F, blacksmithing. 

Lilly Beiij., barber at National Hotel. 

Lindell C, collar maker. 

Loan Benjamin, lawyer. 

Lockwood S, wholesale bats, caps & 

furs, 83 Felix st. 
Logue W J, saloon. 
Love & Hammond, (W H L & N G 

H) restaurant. 
Loving Wm, of Penick & Loving. 
Lowell J P, of Townsend, Lowell & Co. 
Lowell John, lumber. 
LUCKETT T J, Richardson, Tay- 
lor & Co. 
Lukens J H, druggist. 
Lusk C J, carpenter and builder. 
Lutheran Church. 
Lutz Ferdinand, bakery. 
Lyon A B, magistrate. 
LYON & CO, lumber, cor. 4th and 

Mesanie sts. 
Lysaght & Bro, (Daniel T L & Jas 

L,) gen. store. 
MacGinty & Franceman, bakery. 
MacGinty John, saloon. 
Mack & Thompson, (Uriah M & D 

W T) wholesale and retail boots & 

shoes. 
Mackey A P, dentist. 
Maguinn Julia A, midwife. 
Mahar W C, general store. 
Mahornay C W, boarding. 
Mansfield A G, iron, hardware and 

agricultural implements. 
Mapper John, R R book keeper, 
Marechal Auguste, confectionery. 
Marechal D, groceries. 
Markle J B, of Irwiu & M. 
MARNEY E L, of Chambers & M. 
Massey T A, of Ritchie & M. 
MAST CHRISTIAN, of Niagara 

Hall and ice dealer. 
Matncy James A, city assessor. 
Mathews John, groceries. 
Matt Joseph, of Wildbeldcr& M. 
Mauritzius Paul, groceries. 
Max Jacob of ]\I K Goetz & Co. 
Maxwell & Warfield, (R F M & Jno 

W) stoves and tinware. 
May D & Co, ( D M ct A M ) gen. store. 
3IAY, WEIL <fc CO, (M M, Isaac 

W tt Isaac Cahn,) wholesale dry 

goods and clothing, 3rd street bet. 

Felix & Francis. 



McAleer Geo W, livery stable. 

McClintock J S, of Freeland & M. 

McCOllB JAMES, of Nave, Me- 
Cord & Co. 

McCord Wm J, notary and life insu- 
rance agt. 

McCormick Daniel, saloon. 

McDonald R L & Co, wholesale dry 
goods, notions and clothing. 

McDonald S, druggist and physician. 

McGee & Jones, (Thos M & John J) 
saloon. 

McGee Michael, saddles and harness. 

McGibbons S S, boots and shoes. 

McGUISE T K, prop, of the Nation- 
al Hotel. 

Mcintosh D T, restaurant. 

Mclntyre D J, prop. American House 

McKinney N, groceries. 

McLaughlin P L, hemp dealer, and 
president Western Bank of Missouri 

McLean & McDonald, (F L McL & 
D M McD,) dry goods. 

McMahan J, of Cole & McM. 

McNeely J D, wholesale grocer. 

McNew Allen, saloon. 

McSchooler L W, photographer. 

Mead W E, agt. Missouri soap works. 

Meagher John & Co, gen. store. 

Medley J, stirrup factory. 

Mensel John, of Christ & U. 

Mentzel Adolph, meat market. 

Mentzcl Louis, saloon. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, North. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, colored. 

Meyers John, barber. 

Middleton Henry, of Blank & M. 

MILL AN J A, editor and prop, of 
the St. Joe Vindicator, weekly 
newspaper, G50 circulation. 

Miller D, boarding. 

Miller E, carpenter. 

Miller Harvey L, of Preston & N. 

Mitchell , prop. Atlantic House. 

Mitchell & Son, (^V M & H M,) pho- 
tographers. 

Montague , of Alb in & M. 

Montgomery , pork packer. 

Montgomery Abel, meat market. 

Moore Arthur, grocery. 

Moore M H & Co, wines, liquors and 
cigars. 

Morgenstcrn R, bakery and saloon. 



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Morris Michael, saloon. 

Morrissey Michael, shoemaker. 

Moser Fred, watches and clocks. 

Murphy John, saloon. 

MURPHY JOHN, of Fahey & Co. 

Murphy Mollie, saloon. 

NATIONAL BUSINESS COL 
LEGE, of St Joseph, Bryant & 
Hoverson, proprietors. 

NATE, McCORD & CO, (A N, J 
McC, Dudley M Steele, Lewis Leach 
& Francis Browne,) wholesale gro- 
cers, Third st. north of Felix. 



Abram Nave, 
James McCord, 



Lewis Leach, 
Francis Browne, 



Dudley M. Steele. 



Nave.McCord&Co., 



Wholesale Grocers, 



And Dealers in 



Wiiss, L 



, k. 



LARGEST STOCK OF GROCERIES 

West of the Mississippi River. 

Third Street, bet. Felix aud Francis, 



Neeb & Heller, (Louis N & Jacob 
H) tinware. 

Nerman Joseph, shoemaker & saloon. 

Neville & Co, (.John F N & John 
Rogers,) wholesale ale and porter. 

Nichols C T, dress and mantua ma- 
king. 

Nicoli Charles E, confectionery. 

Norman Franklin, boarding. 

Nortliam C C, insurance agent at the 
Herald office. 

Noyes James, druggist. 

Nunneng Henry, brewery. 

Nye James A, Notary and real estate 
agent. 

Obert Alexander, produce and vege- 
tables. 

O'Connel Michael, boarding house. 

Oder James, carpenter. 

Ogden J C, of Smith, Kerr & Ogden. 

OLIVER MORDECAI, of Hall & 
O, attorneys. 

Oppenheimer A, dry gooda. 



OPPENHEIMER ISAAC, of Rauh 
&0. 

OSTROM NELSON F, prop. Com- 
mercial House. 

Otten & Bro, (C O it J O) proprietors 
of the Empire billiard hall. 

Otten tfc Co, distillers. 

O'Toole Daniel, of Penick & Loving. 

Otterman Henry L, produce and veg- 
etables. 

OWENS ISAAC, groceries cor. 3rd 
and Jule streets. 

Owens J C, bakery. 

PACIFIC HOUSE, Abell & Gilkey, 
proprietors, n w cor. Francis and 
3rd streets. 

Pape & Krull, (W P & H K) wagon 
making and blacksmithing. 

Parker A, groceries and produce. 

PARKER, STRONG & CHAND- 
LER, (I C P, J W S & Jeff C) 
lawyers. 

Parker Thomas W, lawyer. 

Patch George A, of Staples & P. 

Pattison & Gilkison, merchant tailors 

Pelham Henry, of Gorham & P. 

Penick Robt T, druggist. 

Penick & Loving, (Wm R P and Wm 

L,) wholesale and retail druggists, 
No. 3, Second street. 

PERRY A W, tuner of piano fortes. 

PERRY S & CO, boots and shoes 
and music dealer. 

PFEIFFER JOS, marble dealer. 



E. K. BEOWELL, 



I>ea.ler iix and ]>Iii,ii\iriict\iror of 



Italian ^ Amarieam 



Monumeiits & Tombs 

Of I-Gvery Variety, 
Cor. 5th & Edmond Sts., 



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Sf. Jiilf 1 M4111il WSllIi. 
J . 1^ F ]E^ F IT- :e UL , 

j>Ii\ii\ilsvol \ii>^r of Ifor-oig-n and Amoi'ioaii ^Xai'lile 

MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONES, 

:^^ ^^ 3?^ ^1? Xj Es ^ , 

Table Tops, Counter Slabs & general Plumber Work. 

Also a variety of Parlor Grates on liand. 

Wareroom and Factory-COR. SIXTH AND ST. CHARLES STS., 
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



CEMENT AND^PLASTER DEPOT. 

DEALER IN 

LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER OF PARIS, 

M.amBS.M ©WET, WHITE SAM®, 
Hair, Fire Brick, Drain Tile, Stone Pipe, Etc. 

Cov. or Sixtli aii<i @t. Oliarles Streets, 

ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



Pike Bennett, lawyer and IT S Dis- 
trict Attorney. 

Pinger David, of Jno Colhoun & Co. 

Pinger D & Co, pork packers. 

Pinger & Douglas, (John P & W H 
D) china, glass and queensware. 

Pooler C E, of Webb, Pooler & Bro. 

Pooler J T, of Webb, Pooler & Bro. 

Posegate I F & W S P, gunsmiths. 

Pray David P, prop. Waverly House. 

Preble P M, of Howard, Hastings & P. 

Predcau Hortensc, teacher of music. 

Presbyterian Church, O S. 

Presbyterian Church, Westminster. 

Preston & Miller, (H P & H M) sa- 
loon and bath room. 

Prey G, confectionery. 

Price John H, news depot and dealer 
in stationery. 

Price Wm A, U S Revenue Collector 
of 6th district. 

Prince Peter, barber. 

Purcell Michael, physician. 

Raftery T J, dry goods & groceries. 



Ramsier F, shoemaker. 

Ransom Wm, brick yard. 

RAUH & OPPENHEIMER, (Sam- 
uel R & Isaac O) dry goods. 

RAYNOR J A, U S & Am Ex agt. 

READ AUSTIN, of M Crawford & 
Co. 

Reid L, saloon. 

Reideuger Fred, of Wengender & R. 

Reiley Sam T, book keeper of Bu- 
chanan Insurance Co. 

Rein John, of Eckhardt & R. 

Resny Joseph, shoemaker. 

Revelon Gustav, dealer in second 
hand goods and confectionery. 

Reynolds S, agt for E Bain's wagon 
depot. 

Richardson & Burnett, (S M R & J 
H B) painters and glaziers. 

Richardson John, boarding. 

RICHARDSON R P, of Hays & 
Richardson, wholesale druggists. 

Ridenbaugh Wm, of I V Riley & Co. 

Riggs J F, of Ed R Brandow & Co. 



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RICHARDSON, TAYLOE & CO, 

(W R R, J W T & J T Luckett) 

wholesale grocers, 17 3d st. 
Riley I V & Co, City Flouring Mill. 
Rings James H, lawyer, notary and 

abstract of titles. 
Rippel Augustus, of Uhlman & R. 
Ritchie & Bro, brick yard. 
Ritchie & Massey (Robt A R & T A 

M) flour and feed. 
Ritchie Thos H, City Register. 

Roberts , of Barlow & R. 

Roberts John, prop. Farmers' House. 
ROBIDOUX^ J C, magistrate and 

notary public. 
Robinson James H, president of the 

Patee Female College. 
Robinson Mary E, vice president of 

Patee Female College. 
Robison M S & J H, agricultural im- 
plements. 
ROESSNER HENRY, of Boiler & 

Roessner. 
Rogers C G, gen. store. 
Rogers John, pork packer. 
ROGERS JULIUS, of Burnside, 

Crowther & Rogers. 
Roland Mrs. J, gen. store. 
Rosa Louis, saloon. 
Rose Henry, saloon. 
Rosenblatt Herman, dry goods and 

groceries. 
Rosenthal Isaac, dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 
Rosenblatt Samuel, of Stern & R. 
Rothchiid & Brother, (J R & S R) 

clothing. 
Rowley C A, wholesale carpets and 

house furnishing goods. 
Rusk i^ Dougherty, (John H R & 

Jas R D") livery stable. 
SALTZM AN A, justice of the peace 

and notary public. 

Saltzman , saloon. 

Samuels , dry goods. 

SANDERS BEYERLY C, sec'y and 

treas. of A & St Jo and W & A 

RR. 
Sanders & Welch, (Walter P S cfc 

Edward W W) stoves & tin ware. 
Sandusky & Co, (0 A S & A N 

Schuster) groceries. 
Saunders J H, of Haynes & S. 
Saunders R & C, props, of Saunders 

House. 



Sauva Arsane, of Labrunerie & Co. 
SAXTON A M, cashier of branch of 

State Bank of Missouri. 
Schaufert & Gitz, (Eugene S & M G) 

saloon. 
Schenecker Joseph, blacksmith and 

wagon making. 
Schiller John, of Blank & M. 
Schleiher Caspar, prop, of Cincinnati 

House. 
Schloss A, of Kahn & Co. 
Schloss Jacob, wool and hides. 
Schlupp N J, of H R W Hastings 

&Co. 
SCHMITZ JOSEPH, druggist. 
Schoenfeld Theodore, music teacher. 
Schott W, baker and confectioner. 
SCHRAMM OSCAR, manufacturer 

of cider and cider vinegar. 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CIDER & VINEGAR, 

Cor. 2d & Jsadore Streets, 
ST. JOSEPH, - - MO. 



JB@°" Highest market price paid for 
Apples and Cider. 



Schrauck & Hesse, (Chas S & Jno H) 
tobacco and cigars. 

Schriber Geo, saloon. 

Schroers & Craig, (D G S & W L C) 
wagon and plow manufactory. 

Schuster A N, deputy collector. 

Scott A, carpenter and builder. 

Seaman J, physician. 

Seaton T F, boots and shoes. 

Selecman & Sain, (J H S & E B S) 
brick yard. 

Seltz & Douglas, groceries. 

Severance John, city engineer. 

SHERMAN W H, magistrate and of 
Union Printing Co. 

SHERWOOD W M, of Union Print- 
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SHIYEL C F, carpenter. 

tShope & Tholl, (Bernard S & Peter 

T) props, of Clarington House. 
Short J B & Co, agts Wilcox & Gibbs' 

Sev/ing Machines. 
Shultz Charles H & Co, stoves and 

SICELUFF W D & CO, wholesale 
grocers, IG Second st. 

W. D. Sice!ufF& Co., 

Wholesale Dealers iu 

WINES AND LIQUORS, 

No. 16 Second St., 
"•„■:• wSiS} St. JosepBi, Mo 

Siemens C J, physician. 
SLOCUM GEO, of Wheeler & S. 
Small Mrs, livery stable. 
SMITH COL. J CONDIT, pres and 

gen. supt. of A & St Jo and W & 

A R R. 
Smith Joseph D, physician. 
Smith, Kerr & Ogdcn, (C D S, A L 

K & J C O) wholesale grocers. 
Smith Maj Fred W, magistrate. 
Smith Thos R & Co, druggists. 
Smith Wra, saloon. 
Snearlcy Zeddekiah, hotel. 
Snelson J B, physician. 
Sommers S H, jirop. Sommers House. 
Spain P, farrier and shoer. 
Speaker Miss, dress maker. 
Srite M, harness and saddles. 
Staples & Patch, (Samuel S & Geo A 

P) groceries. 
Stage Line to Omaha City. 
Stambrough Solomon, saloon. 
Star Solomon, of S Swartz & Co. 
State Bank of Mo, branch, cor 4th 

and Felix sts. 
STEELE DUDLEY M, of Nave, 

McCord & Co. 
Stcffen & Bode, (Fred S & Geo B) 

saloon. 



Stein Herman, of Western Pressed 
Brick Co. 

Steinacker & Co, (A J S & Adolph 
S) saddles and harness. 

Steiner B, dry goods. 

Stern & Rosenblatt, clothing. 

Stewart Robert, physician. 

Stigers L S, architect. 

Stiles A J, carpenter. 

ST JOSEPH DAILY & WEEK- 
LY UNION, circulation daily 800, 
weekly 1000, Sherman editor, pub- 
lished by Union Printing Co. 

Stone B, merchant tailor & millinery. 

Storm James A, architect. 

Straub E, wagon making and black- 
smithing. 

Streug Joseph, saloon. 

STRONG J W, of Parker, Strong 
& Chandler, and of Union Print- 
ing Co. 

Studebaker & Bro, (C S, J M S & P 
E S) wagons and carriages — manu- 
factory at South Bend, Ind. 

Studer & Voth, (Lucas S & Henry V) 
shoemakei's. 

Stuppy F X, druggist and dealer in 
music. 

Sulzbacher A B & Co, dry goods. • 

Swartz & Co, dry goods. 

SWICK & CO, (Frank S, Thos H 
Hail & L D Carter) Herald and 
Franklin Job Printing Office, 2d 
st, opposite post office. 

SYMMONS H, of Edwards & Sym- 
mons. 

Synagogue, on 6th st. 

Taber S, machinist. 

Talbot S D & Co, second hand furni- 
ture. 

Tanner J & C, wagon maker and 
blaclcsmith. 

TAYLOE J W, of Richardson, Tay- 
loe & Co. 

Telegraph Office, n e cor 2d and Fran- 
cis sts. 

Theater, Varieties, 2d st. 

Theatre, St. Joseph. 

Tholl Peter, of Shope & Tholl. 

Thompson & Buzard, (Jos T & E F 
B) groceries. 

Thompson D W, of Mack & Thomp- 
son. 

Thompson I B, of Farris T & Johnson. 

Thompson Jared D, artist. 



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Thompson W D, physician. 
Thornton James S, livery stable. 
Thornton Thos boarding. 
Tibbetts & Jenkins, brick yard. 
Tieman M F, lawyer. 
Toole W C, prof. Olive Street Hotel. 
Tootle Fairleigh & Co, (M T, W G 
& I S Ballinger) wholesale dry 
goods, notions and boots and shoes. 
Townsead, Lowell & Co, cJ T & J P 

L) dry goods. 
Tracy Jas M, carpenter and builder. 
Trevor Hugh, physician. 
Turner Caroline, boarding. 
Turner H N, gen. store. 
Turner John, brick yard. 
TURNER, FRAZER & WIL- 
LIAMS, (R E T, B B F, John F 
& H L W) wdiolesale grocers, 7 & 
9 Third St. 
Tutt Henry, lawyer. 
Tyler J F, gen. store, 
ithlinger Henry, saloon, 
Uhlinger & Wekerli, (P U & Pv W,") 

groceries. 
XJhlraan & Rippel, (_R U & August 

R,) photographers. 
Ullman Benjamin, meat market. 
Ullman John, saloon. 
UNION PRINTING C03IPANY, 

s w cor. Second and Jule streets. 
Vegely Augustus, w'holesale confec- 
tionery. 
Vegely & Kneer, (E V & W N K,") 

confectionery. 
Venable G M, saw mill and lumber 

yard. 
Verhein August, barber. 
Vila & Dulac, (J V & A D,) cloth- 
ing. 
Vineyard Benjamin R, lawyer. 
TOLL A, of I G Hamman & Co. 
TORIES H M & A H, lawyers. 
Voss Henry, upholsterer and paper 

hangino-s. 
Voth Heiiry, of Studer & Voth. 
Waddel F G, telegraph operator. 
Wages, Mrs S R, boarding. 
Wagner A, bakery and confectionery. 
Wakerlin Phillip, saloon. 
Walsworth J A, asst. U S assessor. 
Walter P, barber and saloon. 
Walzer John, grocery. 
Warfield James, livery and sale sta- 
ble. 



Warfield John, of Maxwell & W. 

Warner J L, of Foot & W. 

Waterman C, furniture. 

WEAKLEY THOS B. of A Beattie 
& Co, & Siceluli'W i) ct Co. 

Weatherbee Artemus, Prof, of An- 
cient language at the Patee Female 
College. 

WEATHERHEAD THOMAS, ba- 
ker and confectioner. 

Webb, Pooler & Bro, (O D F W, C 
E P & J T P,l gen. store. 

WEIL ISAA(^ of May, W & Co. 

WEIMER L F, forwaVding & com- 
mission and flour and grain depot. 



COMIISSION & f ORIABDINCt 

MERCHANT. 

Extra ClioiceFaBiilyFlfliir for Sale. 



Main Street , 

(BETWEEN JULE AND FRANCIS,) 

Cash Paid for all Kinds of Grain. 



Wekerli K, of Uhlinger & W. 
Welch Edward W, of Sanders & W. 
Wells G A, of L A Furlong & Co. 
Wells J W, wood yard. 
Wengendr & Reidinger, (Jacob W & 

Fred R,") props, of Avenue brewery 
Wenz Ernst, boots and shoes. 
Wertheimer A, boots and shoes at 

wholesale. 
West Mrs R, button store. 
Western Bank of Missouri, in liqui- 
dation. 
Western Pressed brick Co, Gaiser & 

Stein, props. 
Westheimer Brothers, (J) W & F Wj 

gen. merchants. 
Westheimer & Eppstein, (S W & M 

E) wholesale groceries, wines and 

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Westliche Volksblatt, German daily 
and weekly newspaper, daily 490, 
weekly 680. Five months since es- 
tablished as the first German daily 
in St. Joseph, weekly seven years. 
Rodman, Sec'y of State, prop. 

Westpheling F, gen. store. 

WESTON & ATCHISON R R. 

Wey Fr, saloon. 

Wheeler P, physician. 

Wheeler W T, saddles and harness. 

WHEELER & SLOCUM, (G H W 
& Geo S) manufacturer of window 
shades of all kinds. 



¥lieeler & Slociim. 



Manufacturers of 



IGS North Second Street, 
ST. JOSEPH, - - MO. 



The Wliolesale and Retail trade supplied 
on the most liberal teims, and all orders 
promptly attendt-d to. 

Windows measured and Curtains made to 
fit, without extra charge. 

Painting, Lettering and Ornamenting neat- 
ly executed. 



Whiting E, boots & shoes. 

Whiting T, sewing machines. 

Whiting & Connell, (A V W & G 
W C) wholesale boot and shoe 
dealers. 

Wiedmaier & Wildberger, (Bartlett 
W & John W) wagonmaking and 
blacksmiths. 

Wildbelder & Matt, Cllenry W & Jo- 
seph M) brickyard. 

WILKINSON CHARLES B, editor 
St. Joseph Herald. 

WILKINSON ^ BITTINOER, 
prop. St Joe daily and weekly mor- 
ning Herald. 

Williams E H, fire insurance agent. 

Williams E W, auction and commis- 
sion. 

WILLIAMS JOHN, Sec'y of Bu- 
chanan Insurance Co. 

Williams W E, carriage maker and 
blacksmith. 

WILLIS & CLAGGET, grain dealer 

AVilmot Win, saloon. 



Wills Andrew J, family groceries. 

Wilmot John, horseshoer. 

Wilson J, sash, doors and blinds. 

Wilson John W, carpenter. 

Wilson Wm, saloon. 

WILSON CHARLES E, lawyer. 

Wirth Valentine, groceries. 

Wise R J S, of Hopkins & Wise. 

Woodring W H, telegraph operator. 

WOODSON & JONES, (S W & W 
J) lawyers. 

AVoodworth E, agt. Aurora wagoa 
manufacturing company. 

Woolworth S B, news depot and sta- 
tionery. 

Woolworth & Barton, (Charles D W 
& Guy C B) overland transporta- 
tion line. 

WOOLWORTH & COLT, booksel- 
lers and binder. 



WOOLWORTH & COLT, 

Book j3 i nders , 



And Dealers In 



III, IMTIIllI. 

Paper Hangings, 

AND 

JVb. 12 Second St., 



Worthwine Fred, prop, of Denver 
House. 

Wright M V, confectionery. 

Wyeth W I\I & Co, wholesale and re- 
tail hardware. 

ZIMMERMAN E C, hiwyer. 

Ziminermann Fred, groceries. 

Zimmerman Joseph, groceries. 

Zook Wm, Prest. First Nat. Bank. 

Stephens Store. 

In Callaway county, between the- 
Missouri river and the North Missou- 
ri K. R., in a fine and healthy section 
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country for the raising of cattle and 
stock. The place contains a half 
dozen stores, besides shops and offices 
of other kinds, and a population of 
about 300. 

Thomas L Stephens, postmaster. 

Trades «k Professions. 

Burrows E T, tailor. 

Book J C, physician. 

Burgess John, gen. store. 

Denne Thomas \V, shoemaker. 

Maupen W B, physician. 

McNally & McCiillough, gen. store. 

Miles & Book, gen. store. 

Owens John, gen. store. 

Page J, blacksmith. 

Pussley E G, physician. 

Sharp & Co, blacksmiths. 

Stobaugh & Co, carpenters. 

Stephens T L, druggist & postmaster. 

Stephens W E, gen. store. 

AVinstead & Co, saddlers. 

Sterling. 

This is the name of a small land- 
ing in the east part of Lincoln county, 
and 17 miles northeast of Troy, the 
County Seat, and about four miles 
below Falmouth. Place unimportant. 

StewartsTille. 

A station on the H. & St. Jo. R. 
R., in De Kalb county. Mo., 12 miles 
from Maysville, the County Seat, and 
21 miles east of St. Joseph. It is 
situated at the margin of a beautiful 
prairie in the edge of timber, and 
seems to be a place of thrift and en- 
terprise and contains some good build- 
ings. Population 720. 

Ephraim Sears, postmaster. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Bartlett H C, physician. 
Book John C, physician. 
Bickerstaff R J, gen. store. 
Book & Miles, gen. store. 
Burnside Wm, of Scovil & Burnside. 
Burke Thos, saloon. 
Broyles & Frisbie, cooper. 
CHillSMAN & CULBERTSON, 

druggists. 
CULIIEETSON A J, physician. 
Cottey F M, blacksmith. 
Crews & Bro, (James & Harley.) 
Gantz Caspar, shoemaker. 



Hague A R, constable. 

Hulburt & Ricker, saloon. 

Howard, Clark & King, saw and 
grist mill. 

Haynes H W, lawyer. 

Lucas F M, saddles and harness. 

McNelly, gen. store. 

McDonald O G, livery stable. 

INIcCane C, Presbyterian clergyman. 

Moore Wm, lawyer. 

Owen Tliomas, groceries. 

Perry W O H, clergyman Cumber- 
land Presbyterian, 

Pennington J R, magistrate. 

Page Jerome J, blacksmith. 

Pugsley E G, physician. 

Ransom D, of Sanders it Ransom. 

Sanders & Ransom, (D S & D R,) 
gen. store. 

Stagg & Finch, (W C S & M H F) 
groceries. 

Scovil & Burnside, (B T & Wm B,') 
saloon. 

Skelton C W, prop, of Skelton House. 

Smith Charles F, meat market. 

Turney D M, gen. store. 

White B F, tin and stoves. 

Wilcox Oliver, gunsmith. 

Yates Joseph, clergyman, missionary, 
Baptist. 

SticklerYiik. 

This small place is in the interior 
of Sullivan county, to reach which go 
noi'th from Laclede, on the H & St. 
Jo. R. R. The place is small and 
contains only two shops, one store 
and post otKce. 

Population about 60. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Snow Wm, blacksmith. 

Stickler Henry, gen. store and post 

master. 
Taylor J, shoemaker. 

Stocklaiid, 

This is the name of a small post 
office in the north-east part of Mont- 
gomery county, near the Cuiver river 
and 15 J miles north-east of Danville, 
the County Seat. Its nearest place on 
the North Mo. R. R., is at Montgom- 
ery City, 12 miles south-west. 
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^ IRS. SARAH DAWSON, 

(SUCCESSOR TO 11 RS. A. B. YOU.\G,) 

Manufacturer & Dealer in 

All kinds of Millinery 

And Ladies' Fancy Goods, 
1G2 Maine St., opposite Post Office, 



em' Cloaks and Dresses made to order, will 
be Punctually attended to, at most liberal 
prices. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Hogsett Wm A, postmaster. 
Searles T, saddler. 

Stonepoii. 

This is a small place in the south 
part of Boone county, on the bank of 
the Missouri river, and 19 miles south 
of Columbia, the County Seat. It is 
near one of those abrupt bends in 
" Old Crooked Muddy " 

Sturgeon. 

This is a station and nice little 
town on the North Mo. R. R., in the 
north part of Boone county, 129 miles 
northwest of St. Louis by railroad, 
and 391 miles south of Macon City. 
There is very fine prairie land in this 
vicinity, and it is an excellent point 
for settlement, being probably the 
place from which a railroad will be 
projected in the direction of Colum- 
bia and the Missouri river south. 
The place is as well built as most of 
the railroad towns of its size, and con- 
tains a population of about 340. 

Tri»des, Professions, &e. 

Cross S F, druggist and postmaster. 
Cross & Holt, druggist. 
Dysart & Crowhite, gen. store. 
Eglc Joseph, groceries. 
Gray II II & Son, gen. store. 
Harrington T & Co, gen. store. 
Homan Frederick, groceries. 
Kirkbride J & Co, gen. store. 
Mayer D, gen. store. 
Patten J D, dry goods and groceries. 
Projtor J M, gen. store. 



Proctor & Strode, gen, store. 

Schelz & Koenig, watches & jewelry. 

Schryock S W & Co, gen, store. 

Smith J B, groceries. 

Taylor Joseph, groceries. 

Yates S A, dry goods. 

Sweet Home. 

This is the name of a place in the 
interior of Nodaway county, five 
miles east of Maryville, the County 
Seat, and distant 29 miles north of 
Savannah, its nearest R. R, point. 

Population 180, 

Henry Reed, post master. 

Trades, Professions, «fec. 

Ashworth Richard, weaver. 
Basford Samuel, physician. 
Beeks Wm, Avagon maker. 
Comer George, hotel. 
Larming Isaac A, flour mill. 
Nobles M D, real estate. 
Pool H M, druggist. 
Stingley Moses, blacksmith. 

Taylor's Mill. 

Is the name of a small place in the 
north-east part of IMarion county, on 
the north side of the South Fabius 
river, 7] miles north of Palmyra, the 
County Seat, and seven miles west of 
Quincy, It is directly on the line of 
the West Quincy Turnpike, and is a 
place of little importance. 

Ten Mile. 

This is the name of a small post 
village in the interior of Macon 
county, and contains a post oflSce, twa 
wagon makers, one blacksmith, one 
physician and one general store. 

Population 150. 

Trades, ProfeSNions, &c. 

Baldwin F, wagon maker. 
Delp U, wagon maker. 
Inman James, gen, store. 
Kimmcl John B, postmaster. 
Sloan R II, physician. 
Thompson Wm, blacksmith. 

Terre Haute. 

This is the name of a village in the' 
south-east part of Putnam county, 11 
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the County Seat, and 44 miles north 
of La Clede, its nearest point on the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R. Population 100. 

TTratles, Profossiciis, &.c. 

Campbell Thos R, hotel. 
Fry James B, groceries. 
Manley W J, wagon maker. 
Smith Robert J, post master. 
Wells E, blacksmith. 

Third Fork. 

This small place is situated in the 
north-Avest corner of De Kalb county, 
13 miles north-west of Maysville, the 
County Seat, and 15 miles north-east 
of Savannah, nearest railroad point. 
This is a beautiful section of country, 
fine prairie land being high and roll- 
ing with rich soil. 

TliomasTille. 

Is a small place situated in the forks 
of Middle Fork creek, near the north- 
west corner of Randolph county, and 
nine miles north-west of Huntsville, 
the County seat. Ship to Jackson- 
ville, on the N. M. R. R. There is 
excellent timber in this part of the 
country. Population small. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Baptist Church. 

Minor Joseph L, grist and saw mill. 
Thomas Wm A, general store and 

magistrate. 
Vasse W W, pliysician, blacksmith 

and saloon. 

Tliompsoa. 

This is the name of a station on the 
N. M. R. R., 1121 miles from St. 
Louis, and 55 i from Macon City, and 
5i north-west of Mexico, the County 
Seat. This is a very line prairie 
country. 

Tiger Fork, 

This is the name of a small place 
in the north edge of Shelby county, 
8 J miles north of Shelby ville, the 
County Seat, 16 miles east of north of 
Shelbina on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 
and 29 miles west of Quincy. 

Tiuuey's Grove. 

This place is in the extreme north- 



east part of Ray county, near the 
head waters of Turkey creek, and 18 
miles north-east of Richmond, the 
County Seat; it is 19 miles north of 
Hughes' Landing, its nearest point 
on the Missouri river, and 17 south of 
Breckenridge, on the H. A St. Jo. R. 
R. Population 60. 

Trades, Prolcssious, At, 

Brown Perry, postmaster. 
Brown John &■ Son. gen. store. 
Wilds P. gen. store. 

Tiniiey's Point. 

Is a small place in Ray county, 
containing one shoemaker, one black- 
smith and one physician but not a 
post office, and the locality is not in- 
dicated on the maps. 

Trades, ProTe^sionN, Ac. 

Collier W C, physician. 
Johnson James, shoemaker. 
Snyder Richard, blacksmith. 

Tippecanoe. 

This small place is in the interior 
of Schuyler county, three miles south 
east of Lancaster, the County Seat, 
and aboiit that distance from the 
North Missouri R. R. It is 49 miles 
north of Macon City, at present its 
nearest R. R. point. 

TiTioL 

This small place is in the east part 
of Montgomery county, near the lin^, 
and 181 miles north of east of Dan- 
ville, the County Seat, and 82 miles 
north-east of Pligh Hill, its nearest 
point on the North Missouri R. R. 

Tivonia. 

This is the name of a small place 
! on th.e west branch of the Chariton 
I river in the east part of Putnam 
i county, 16 miles east of Unionville, 
the County Seat, and 47 miles north 
of New Cambria, on the H & St. Jo. 
I R. R., its nearest point at present, al- 
though, after the completion of the 
North Missouri to the Iowa line, it 
will be within 7 J miles of that road. 

Trenton. 

County Seat of Grundy county. 



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Iiiipoi-tei- iiiTifl aXanxifacturer ot", antl AVliolesale I>ea-lex' ii 



r» A r» E xi 

Upliolstery Goods, 
DAMASKS, 

Window Shades, 







VENETIAN 
Hair, Spriui;-, Moss aa<l 



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r^^o. l^S BJLs^iiio ^ti-eet. 



Quin-^S^^ 



Illm^sis, 



about 22 miles north and three west 
of Chillicothe. It is situated in the 
midst of a timbered hilly country, 
and to the eye of a stranger, at first 
appearance, presents a rather strange 
aspect. The streets seem to be run- 
ning in almost every direction and 
each one of them to be very short. 
The buildings are not much scattered 
oV else the town is quite small. There 
is something striking in the sudden 
apaprition of the place and its oddity, 
with every body standing looking to 
see who the new comers may be. Im- 
mediately north of the place on the 
Princeton road for about one or two 
miles the country is very beautiful 
with its slopes and its elms, and 
grassy fields. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Baptist Church. 

Bartlett B F, photographer. 

Benson James, carpenter. 

Berry W R, physician. 

Bozman & Range, gen. store. 

Brooks W W, gen. store. 

Brunett Vim, blacksmith. 

BuckJiolder , lawyer aud notary. 



Christian Disciples Church. 

Collier . , post master. 

Conrad Charles, tin and stoves. 

Crow Milton, saddles and harness. 

Featherston R N, druggists. 

Fisher Wm H, blacksmith. 

Foulks John, watches and jewelry. 

Grifiin J C, gen. store. 

Hunter A C, physician. 

Hobbs A J & Co, clothing. 
I Hubbell W W & Co, gen. store. 
i Hufiman A: Feeters, bakery. 
; Kerfoot J H, physician and druggist. 
I Kenneday II, prop. Union House. 
I Lash , wagon maker. 

Metcalf Daniel, lawyer and notar3^ 
I Moberly G ^V, gen. store. 
' Payne JR, wagon maker. 
I Perry Stephen, lawyer. 
I Proctor J M, physician. 
I Schooling & Jones, saddle & harness. 
[ Spanklin J H, lawyer. 
I Shipley J L, physician. 
I Smith, W H, carpenter. 
j Songer, Wra, wagon maker. 
I Spitler &:■ Murphy, groceries. 
! Sprangle , gunsmith. 

Sykes A K, lawyer. 
! Voorhies J M, lawyer. 



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TROY. 

Troy is the Connty Seat of Lin- 
coln county, a healtliy and pleasant 
village of about 700 inhabitants, it is 
situated about 50 miles north of St. 
Louis, 16 miles from the Mississippi 
on the east, and eleven from the North 
Mo. railroad on the south-west. There 
are in the town five churches, one 
Presbyterian, one Methodist, one Dis- 
ciples, one Baptist and one Univer- 
salist, a Masonic lodge, a flourishing 
seminary, called the Troy Christian 
Institute, two taverns, five stores, five 
lawyers, four physicians. A hack 
runs from and to the railroad each 
day. Population 540. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Bickle Levi, gen. store. 

Bonfills E N, lawyer. 

Connor James K, County Assessor. 

Crump & Wing, gen. store. 

Cuke F C, County Clerk. 

Hart & Stewart, gen. store. 

Hedeman D, gen. store. 

Howell Samuel, gen. store. 

Hull & Parker, gen. store. 

Hutt William, physician. 

Jackson Wm A, gen. store. 

Jayne Josiah & Co, blacksmiths. 

Jewell Wm, blacksmith. 

Jones A B, gen. store. 

Lynott J P & Co, stoves & tin ware. 

Martin A H, Circuit Clerk. 

McElver PI, druggist. 

McKee A V, lawyer. 

^[iller J B, wagon maker. 

Mohr Wm, wagon maker. 

Parker & Hutt, gen. store. 

Ponsolet Philip, gen. store. 

Porter John, physician. 

Princeton P, gen. store. 

Quigley Henry, lawyer. 

Rice E V, principal of Christian Inst. 

Sedlaeck M, saddler. 

Sweeney F & Son, gen. store. 

Waddie D T, physician. 

Waddie & Hutt, druggists. 

Ward James A, physician. 

Wheeler C, lawyer. 

Wing Frederick, County Treasurer. 

Wehde D, Registrar of voters. 

Withram J H & Sou, saddler. 

Wommack R, Mem. of Legislature. 

Woolfolk S R, Sherifi: 



Worsham Wm & Co, tannery and 
shoemaker. 

Triixtou. 

This is a small but pleasant place 
in Lincoln county, 14 miles Avest of 
Troy, the County Seat, and 15 miles 
nearly north of Warrenton, on the 
North Missouri R. R. The place 
contains several stores and a church. 
The place is high and healthy and is 
a place of considerable business. 

Population 100. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 

Allen J B, lawyer. 
Copher G H, gen. store. 
Palmer F, gen. store. 
Ringo Benj G, post master. 
Williams F T, lawyer. 

Tiillvaiiia. 

This small place is in the north- 
west part of Macon county, 22 miles 
north-west of Macon City, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and 15 miles north of New 
Cambria on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., 
its nearest point. 

Trades, Profession*, &<•. 

Drake James, post master and gener- 
al store. 
I 
i Tiigiie. 

j This is a small post village in the 
j county of Warren, containing a post 
I office, flour mill, physician and gen. 
! store. Population 60. 

! Trades, Professions, Sec. 

Blatner L, flour mill. 
Brant Henry, pliysician. 
Poenter Solomon, gen. store and post 
master. 

I Uiiiou City. 

I This is the name of a small place 
in Atchison county containing one 
1 store. 

I Trades, Professions, «3tc. 

I Millsaps & Co, gen store. 

Union Mills. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the south-west corner of Clinton 
county, seven miles south-west of 
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AND DEALER IN 

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Umbrellas and V/alking Canes, 
NORTH SIDE :ma.rk:et square, 

SI. JOSIf H, SISS011I. 



the II. & St. Jo. R. R, It is 18^ east 
of Weston, on the Missouri river. 

Union Star. 
Tl\i5 is the name of a little place 
in DeKalb county, containing a store 
and p03t office. 

Trades A; Professions. 

Story Oscar F, gen, store and post 
master. 

Union Town. 

This is the name of a place situa- 
ted in Scotland county but not mark- 
ed on the maps, and contains one 
store. 

llVjides, yrofessious, Ac. 

Foster & Quatrcll, gen. store. 

Unionville. 

This is the name of the County 
Seat of Putnam county. It is situa- 
ted 134 miles west of north of Jeffer- 
son City, in the midst of a well tim- 
bered and watered country. It is 79 
miles west of Alexandria, on the Mis- 
sissippi river, and 47 north of St. 
Catherine on the II. & St. Jo. R. R. 
The place contains two blacksmiths, 
one wagon maker, tAvo dry goods 
dealers, ten general stores, two physi- 
cians, one newspaper, one stove and 
tin store. Population 400. 

Trad<!S, Professions, Ae. 

Beard Joim & Brother, blacksmiths. 
Cook & Shearer, blacksmiths iSi, wa- 
gon makers. 
Elston & Elson,dry goods. 
Fisher & McGuire, gen. store. 
Forslia, Staples & Co, gen. store. 



Hart J G, physician. 

Houston G W, gen. store. 

Lane Wm, gen. store. 

Lavenburgh J, post master. 

Lavenburg & Brassfield, gen. store. 

IMcCollom & Triplett, gen. store. 

Morgan & Pollock, gen store. 

Nogle J, gen. store. 
; O'Bryant W T & A W, props, of the 
I Weekly Republican. 
j Proctor W H, physician. 

St. Crist J, groceries. 
I Stelle & Bramford, dry goods. 
I Stite J, groceries. 
I Thornbey J G, stoves & tinware. 

Welch Miss, gen. store. 

Woodard W, gen. store. 

UTICA. 
In Livingston county, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R., 71 miles east of St. 
Joseph, and five miles west of Chilli- 
cothe, the County Seat. The town 
site slopes most beautifully to the east, 
giving a handsome view of the Blue 
mounds to the south-east, and of the 
grand river valley laying at the foot 
of the hill to tiie east. A high ridge of 
the most mountainous looking land on 
the line of this road lays north-west of 
the place, and contains three different 
strata of coal, the upper one from 18 
to 24 inches thick, the next the same. 
They have here good sand and lime 
stone and soap stone, one bed of 16 
feet thickness of solid rock underlays 
the town, at a depth of from 20 to 50 
feet. An abundance of timber-logs 
from two to five feet in diameter, may 
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The scenery about this place is most 
charming for the romantic and beau- 
tiful outlines of the wide extended 
landscape is diflerent from that of 
any other place on the road. The 
town looks dilapidated from the ef- 
fects of the scouring which the late 
war gave it. 

Trades «k I»rofession8. 

BagleyS H, ofHemley & Bagley. 

Burr Rev A, Methodist Episcopal 
clergyman. 

Bramel W T, stove and tinware. 

Benevolence Lodge 170 A F & A M. 

Burghart Henry, of Dale cV B. 

Carlton Rev, Congregational clergy- 
man. 

Cull & Diederichs, props, brewery. 

Chittenden , hardware, groceries 

and agricultural implements. 

Crane Jesse, groceries. 

Daniels J O, of Willard .t D. 

Deering R, of Fink & Deering. 

Dale & Burghart, butchers, bakers & 
s aloon. 

Dale Daniel Y, saloon. 

Dean & Co, flour and saw mill. 

Dale \Vm, of Dale & Burghart. 

Fink & Deering, dry goods & groceries 

Fulton F G, lawyer. 

Fisher , lawyer. 

Hemley & Bagley, saddlers & harness. 

Hickman, wagon maker. 

Keller J F, watches, clock, &c. 

Lowe John, cabinet maker. 

Mitchell Spencer, physician. 

Murdock James, groceries, and boots 
and shoes. 

Morgan M, boot and shoe maker. 

Messerschmidt H, saddle & harness. 

Parsons & Taylor, groceries. 

Bobbins Wm, saloon. 

Rudolph Henry, saddles and harness. 

Russell Wm, carpenter. 

Reed E C, prop. Utica Hotel. 

Rogers J W, prop. Rogers House. 

Stone B G L, physician. 

Summerfield L, gen. store. 

Smith Geo, blacksmith. 

Smith Elias, carpenter. 

Schmitt John A & Bro, grist, saw 
mill and furniture factory. 

Schmitt P L, of Schmitt J A & Bro. 

Smith A, H. & St. Jo. R. R., Am. Ex. 
Agt. and telegraph operator. 



Tracy Levi, physician. 

Taylor Isaac, of Parsons & Taylor. 

Willard & Daniels, lumber dealers. 

Whittaker Ephraim, grocers. 

West J M, drugs, general merchant 

and postmaster. 
Walls Jacob, wheelwright. 
Williams M J & Chonstant, general 

merchants. 

Valparaiso. 

This is the name of a post office in 
the north part of Sullivan county, 13 
miles east of north of Milan, the 
County Seat. 

Ezeidci W Banner, P. M. 

Yauiioy's Point. 

This small place is situated in the 
south-west part of Pike county, on the 
north fork of Cuiver river, nine miles 
south-west of Bowling Green, the 
County Seat, and 18 miles north-east 
of Wcllsville, on the North Missouri 
R. R. 

Trades, Profossions, Ac. 

Van Noy Andrew, blacksmith. 
Vannoy Nathan, piiysician and post 
master. 

Yietoiia. 

This is the name of a little place 
in the west part of Daviess county, 
near the line, 12 miles west of Galla- 
tin, the County Seat, and eight miles 
west of north of Kidder, its nearest 
point on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

Population 80. 

Tra«3ei«, Professions, Sec. 

Dehart & Osborn, gen. store. 
Hancock R, wagon maker. 
Kenney & Black, gen. store. 
Richardson W R, blacksmith. 

Vienna. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the north-east part of Macon coun- 
ty, 10 miles north of Macon City, the 
County Seat. Place of not much im- 
portance. 

Trades, ProfessioEis, &c. 

Baron A, physician. 

Vineland. 

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in the South part of Montgomery 
county, not for from the Missouri 
river, and about lOj miles south of 
Danville, the County Seat. It can be 
reached best from Jonesburg, on the 
North Missouri R. R., 12 miles dis- 
tant. 

Walnut Hill. 
This is a village in the central part 
of Buchanan county, and is situated 
on the west side of the Platte river 91 
miles east of south of St. Joseph, its 
nearest point to both river and rail- 
road. Population 180. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Adams James, woolen mill. 
Gifft Wm, wagon maker. 
McAllister J, blacksmith. 
Lullen James, Hour mill. 
Smith James, mill. 
Smith Wm, mill. 

Thompson tfe Parkman, gen. store. 
Thompson James, hotel. 
AVerden T, gen. store. 

Waltersville. 

This is the name of a small place 



situated in the north-west part of 
Adair county, 10 miles north-west of 
Kirksville, and 33 north of New 
Cambria, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 
The i^lace does not contain a post 
office. 

Warren. 

This small place is in the west part 
of Marion county, 12 2 miles west of 
Palmyra, the County Seat, and 8^ 
north of Monroe, on the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R., it is about the same distance 
from Hunnewell. 

Tra«les, Professions, Ac. 

Sachs S, groceries. 

Warrenton. 

County Seat of Warren county, on 
the line of the North Missouri R. R.,. 
57 miles from St. Louis and 57 miles 
from Jefferson City. It was first laid 
out in 1837 and given to the county 
by Judge Wharton, of St. Louis Co., 
and Mordecai INIorgan, who was its 
first settler. The court house is built 
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and plastered with grout. There is a 
handsome brick fire-proof clerk's of- 
fice built in good style. It was built 
in 1859 ; there is one Baptist church 
and one Western Educational Institute 
under the control of the Methodists, 
Avhich is well conducted and well 
worthy of any place. The town is on 
a fine ridge sloping both ways with 
much timber west and some level 
land east. 

Trades, Professions, &C. 
Bailey G O, prof, in the Western Ed- 
ucational Institute. 
Barret T L, druggist. 
Bentz Marcus, saloon. 
Block George, county clerk. 
Bockhorst H H <fc Bro, prop. War- 

renton House. 
Boswell G F, gen. store. 
Bothe & Delveuthal, ( A H B & J W 
D) gen. store and agt. Merchants' 
Union Ex. 
Buylar August, wagon maker. 
Delveuthal J W, of Bothe & D. 
Dryden L J, lawyer. 
Earp J E, prof in Western Educa- 
tional Institute. 
Ella Daniel, saloon. 
Farrow Wni, physician and druggist. 
FAULCONER JOHN H, North 
Mo. R. R. ticket agt., prop. Olive 
House, magistrate, gen. store and 
brick yard. 
Frowein A P, post master. 
Frowein A P & H, gen. store. 
Graf Christian, prop, of Warrenton 

brewery. 
Guggenmoos Joseph, bakery. 
Hart Adolphus, gen. store. 
Hedler Charles C, tutor in Western 

Educational Institute. 
Hoech J C, physician. 
Hugo F, shoemaker. 
Jackman Greenup, county treasurer. 
Jersinger John, of Ritter & J. 
Jones Thos, with Farrow, druggist. 
Kamlah W, physician. 
Kelly Michael, saloon. 
Kelly Mrs, boarding. 
Koch Herman, prof, in Western Ed- 
ucational Institute. 
Koelling Gottleib, merchant tailor. 
Krieger Henry, of Mischa & K. 
Kuhl Christopher A, furniture. 



Kuhl Phillip, prest. Western Educa- 
tional Institute. 
Kuhne August, gen. store. 
Livsey B, North Missouri R. R. 
freight and U. S. Ex. agt. and tel- 
egraph operator. 
Marx John, saddles and harness. 
McClary Isaac, tailor. 
McFadden James W, sheriff. 
Middlekamp H H, physician. 
INIiddlekamp J W, gen. store. 
Middlekamp Wm, stoves and tin-ware 
Mischakrieger Henry & Fred, saw 

and grist mill. 
Morris Simon, watches and jewelry. 
MORSEY F, lawyer. 
Parker Henry, probate Judge. 
Peers C E, lawyer, editor and pub- 
lisher of Warren County Banner. 
300 weekly. 
Prudhom Charles, groceries. 
Randolph D W, supervisor of regis- 
tration. 
Reiche Gustav, circuit clerk. 
Ritter & Jersinger, (Fred R & John 

J) blacksmiths. 
Ritter Rudolph, gen. store. 
ROBERTS N S, lawyer, notary and 

insurance agt. 
Ruge Henry, county assessor. 
Saatmann Ernst, cigar factory. 
Schaberg & Heidbrink, (John S & 

Gerhard H) wagonmaking. 
Shaub Jacob, carpenters. 
Siebrecht Cliarles, shoemaker. 
Smith C A, shoemaker. 
Speed R B, confectionery. 
Stonebarger John, county judge. 
Sullivan J, saloon. 
Sweney & Weber, ( J S & F W) gen. 

store. 
Tidswell Alfred, painter. 
Tidswell & Son, general store. 
Tisserand John P, carpenter. 
Ulffers Heronimus, county judge. 
Weber Frank, of Sweney & W. 
Weigflur Frank, blacksmith. 

Waterloo. 

This small place is situated in the 
north-east part of Clarke county, 
about four miles east of Kahoka, the 
County Seat, and 10 miles inland from 
Alexandria, the nearest point on the 
Mississippi river. 

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Trades, Professions, &c. 

Reesor W T, gen. store. 

Watersburg. 

Tliis is the name of a station on the 
St. Joseph & Council Bluffs R. R., the 
second station north of St. Joseph, 
and eight miles north of that place. 

Trades, Prut'essions, &c. 
Miller J & Anthony, props, saw mill. 

Water Yal. 

This is the name of a small place in 
the south part of Clay county, situated 
on the bank of the Missouri river, 
seven miles west of south of Liberty, 
the County Seat. The place is small 
and of little importance, not even 
Slaving a post office. 

Wellsburg. 

This is the name of a village in the 
county of St. Charles, containing four 
general merchants, one physician, one 
hotel, and two blacksmiths. 

Population IGO. 

Trades, Professions, &e. 

Dames Francis, gen. store. 
Enson S R, physician. 
Foymath F A, hotel. 
Grove Francis, blacksmith. 
Heigle V, gen. store. 
Koster & Brune, gen. store. 
Scherer F, blacksmith. 
Schrinker F, gen. store. 

Wellsville. 

Is 89 miles north-west of St. Louis, 
on the North Missouri R. R., in 
Montgomery county, 12 miles north 
of Danville, the County Seat, in a 
most beautiful prairie. The place is 
situated on high ground, being the 
highest land in tlic county, and is des- 
tined to be a very pleasant place, 
living water flowing to both of the 
great rivers from this point. 

Population 420. 

Trades, Professions, Jkc. 

Aubrey Nelson, of Isam & Aubrey. 
Barker S M, notary and Merchants 

Union Ex. Agt. 
Branstutter Adam, hotel. 
Dibler Louis, carpenter & furniture. 
Ellis Wm. blacksmith. 



Garwood M H, North Mo. R. R., & 
U. S. Ex. Agt. & telegraph opr. 

Hawker Henry, of Keith & Hawker. 

Holiday, postmaster. 

Isam & Aubrey, saddle and Harness. 

Keith & Hawker, (G K & H H) 
wagon makers and blacksmithing. 

Lehnen Daniel, stoves and tinware. 

Mannen W P, lumber. 

Miller Jacob, gen. store. 

Music Thomas, of Pickett & M. 

Newby , magistrate. 

Pace , magistrate. 

Perry & Barker, gen. store. 

Pickett & Music, gen. store. 

Petty J S, hotel. 

Schum , gunsmith. 

Schararch Rudolph, druggist. 

Wentzrille. 

This is a village on the line of thfe 
North Missouri R. R., 41| miles from 
St. Louis, in the western part of St. 
Charles county. It is a young and 
thriving village having many new 
buildings, a good large hotel and a 
very small but energetic newspaper. 
Surrounding country well diversified. 

Population 580. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Berkman H, tailor. 

Bryan Wm S, proprietor Weutzville 
Weekly News. 

Buche , saddles and harness. 

Clobes Wm, shoemaker. 

Derker H & G, hotel. 

Dierker Ernst, gen. store. 

Grantham C W, general store. 

Goodrich J C, dentist. 

Harnett & Dyer, general store. 

Harris J D, physician. 

Keller , carpenter. 

Logan H B, Physician. 

Lucas Wm, constable. 

May P M, tobacco factory. 

Meisners Charles, North Missouri R. 
R. agent. 

Meyer Fritz, wagonmaker. 

Martin John R, tailor. 

McRoberts, Wells & Co, tobacco fac- 
tory. 

Owens John, carpenter. 

Penn John W, blacksmith. 

Reddington D C, drugs and fancy 
store, and U. S. Ex. agt. 



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Savage Joseph W, justice of the 
peace. 

Scott & Logan, gen. store and Mer- 
chants U. Ex. Co. 

Tally John A, physician. 

Thornhill J S, saloon. 

Thompson J A, saloon. 

WesthoffWm, blacksmith. 

Whitehead, Wray & Co, tobacco fac- 
tory. 

Wilson N & Co, tocacco factory. 

West Ely. 

This is the name of a small post of- 
fice in the south part of Marion coun- 
ty, and also of a switch station on the 
H. & St. Jo. R. R., each within three 
miles of the other, and about seven 
miles west of south of Palmyra, the 
County Seat. 
- C. V. Bready, P. M. 

Wesley. 

This small place is in Schuyler 
county, not for from Iowa, and con- 
tains one mill, three blacksmiths and 
one carpenter. The place is not 
marked on the maps. 

Population 100. 

Trades, Professions, A;c. 
Baker C, carpenter. 
Barkman A, blacksmith. 
Figge H, blacksmith. 
Ploop N, Miller. 
Wheeler J, blacksmith. 

Westlaod. 

This small place is in the interior of 
Chariton county, 8j miles north of 
Keytesville, the County Seat, and 14 
miles south of Bucklin, on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R. This place does not 
contai a post office. 

West Liberty. 

This small place is situated on the 
head waters of one of the east forks 
of Locust creek, in the interior of 
Putnam county, and is six miles west 
of Unionville, the County Seat, and 
is 47 miles north of the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R. The place is smsill and of but 
little importance. 

Henry Smith, P. M. 



West Locust. 

This small place is situated in the 
north-west part of Sullivan county, on 
the east side of Locust creek, and 9g 
miles north-west of Milan, the Coun- 
ty Seat, and 372 miles north of La 
Clede, its nearest point on the H & 
St. Jo. R. R. 

Josiah W Busick, P. M. 

Weston. 

This is a town of considerable im- 
portance on the east side of the Mis- 
souri river in the west part of Platte 
county, 10 miles north-west of Platto 
City, the County Seat, and at the 
present, terminus of the Platte coun- 
try R. R. The place contains three 
drug stores, seven physicians, one to- 
bacco and cigar dealer, one insurance 
agent, three clergymen, four board- 
ing, two newspapers, one stove and 
tin store, two saddlers, three tailors, 
two banks, six grocers, four general 
stores, five blacksmiths, six lawyers, 
five churches, one brewery, one coop- 
er, one bakery, one forwarding and 
commission merchant, one milliner, 
one cabinet maker, two meat markets, 
one dentist, two flour mills, one pho- 
tographer, one barber, one billiard 
hall, two carpenters, five dry goods 
stores, 10 saloons, three clothing 
stores, four dealers in boots and shoes, 
one " Weatoth Li.sfifvfe," one lock- 
smith, one carriage nuiker and trim- 
mer, four wagon nuikers, one furni- 
ture dealer, one livery stable, two dis- 
tilleries, one hotel, two watchmakers, 
one gmismith, two book stores, one 
hardware and two shoemakers, and a 
population of 2,280. 

Trades, Professions, &;c. 

Allison J W , druggist. 

Allison N. physician. 

Anderson Joseph, tobacco & cigars. 

Biirnhnrt Rol)t, insurance agt. 

Batte Rev Algernon, Episcopal. 

Beauford Mrs D, boarding. 

BELLER. A (t, ed. and prop, of the 

Border Times. 
BLAKEMOKE M N, of Cockrill, 

Blakeinore -k McClure. 
Bonifant & Peters (Benjamin B & 

Wm P.) physicians. 



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BORDER TIMES, weekly newspa- 
per, 500 circulation, A G Beller, 
ed. and prop. 

Bowlby Alfred, physician. 

Briggs W S, stoves and tinware. 

Brill & Co, (Henry B & L M Read) 
saddles and harness, 

Browne Bros (Joseph S and John A) 
druggists. 

Buchner Barney, tailor. 

BURNES JAMES N, President 
Platte Savings Institution & lawyer. 

Calvert James M, groceries. 

Carpenter W & A, gen. store. 

Carpenter, Kenney & Co, (Chas C, 
Win K & B F K) blacksmiths. 

Carroll W S. lawyer. 

Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity. 

Chase , P CR. R. Agt. 

Christian Church of the Disciples. 

COCKRILL, BLAKEMORE & 
McCLURE, (E C C, M N B & J 
L Mc) general merchants. 

Crowder & McDufF, carpenters. 

DONIPHAN JOHN, lawyer. 

Doppler G M, dry goods. 

Ellinger Morris, saloon. 

Engel Jacob, saloon. 

Frank J, dry goods and clothing, and 
Vice President Platte Savings In- 
stitution, 

Frank Saul, of Gerner & Frank. 

Freeland B F, dry goods, crockery & 
clothing. 

Fuller W, boots and shoes. 

FULTON S D, lawyer. 

Gedultig J T, boots and shoes. 

Gerner & Frank (Geo G & Saul F) 
drv goods & gents furnishing goods. 

GILBERT & HOWARD, prop, of 
the Landmark newspaper. 

GILBERT SAMUEL A, lawyer. 

GOODALE REY G W, principal of 
Weston Institute. 

Gluntz John, locksmith. 

Gothling L, tailor. 

Grasmuck , physician. 

Graves S E & C W, clothing, and of 
A W Hughe.3 & Co. 

Greissner G A, carriage trimmer. 

Grose Matthias, wagon maker. 

Hale G H, physician. 

Hall James W, groceries. 

Halyard W B, furniture. 

Harbermann , wason maker. 



Hatter Conrad, livery stable. 
Heck F, saloon. 
Henson J, telegraph operator. 
Hitt James J, lawyer. 
Holliday David, distillery. 
How B, boots and shoes. 
Howard Harry, of Gilbert & H. 
Howell C, of Woodring & H. 

HUGHES A W & CO, props, of St. 

George Hotel. 
Hunt C G, boarding. 
Ilkenhaus E, watches and jewelry. 
Kenney B F, of Carpenter, Kenney 

Kenney Wm, of Carpenter, Kenuey 

& Co. 
Kester John, gunsmith. 
KruU Frank, blacksmith. 
Kung A, prop. Western Brewery. 
Kurtz Gilbert, books and stationery. 
Kurtz Joseph, cooper. 
Kyle & Keller (A T K & W R K) 

groceries. 
LANDMARK, a weekly newspaper, 

published by Gilbert & Howard, 

1000 circulation. 
Leckenby Geo, wagon making and 

blacksmithing. 
Light John, of Robbins & L. 
Lillen Kamp, Father of the Trinity 

Catholic church. 
Lipscomb T M, groceries & provisions 
Lutheran Church. 
Magers H & T, hardware, iron and 

agricultural implements. 
Masterson So Co, {C> H M & C Mos- 

man) blacksmiths. 
Masterson S H, gen. store. 
Mathews J W, groceries, saloon and 

U.S. Ex. Agt. ^ 
Mauch Jolin, turning shop. 
May Horace, P. C. R. R. Agt 
Mayer J & Co, dry goods. 
McDuft' Peter, architect. 
McKowen Mrs J C, news depot. 
Mettier Jacob, prop. Mettier's Hall, 

bakery and restaurant. 
Mosman C, of Masterson & Co. 
Noble W G, saddles and harness. 
Noll Matthias, wheelwright. 
Oeller John, shooting gallery. 
Olfermon Ernst, saloon. 
Oliphint J M, druggist. 
Oliphint W J, dry goods and boot* 

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Perry B W, prop. Metropolitan mill, 
and distillery. 

Peters Wm, of Bonifiint & Peters. 

Phillips W J, photographer. 

PLATTE SATINOS INSTITU- 
TION, Main street. 

Presbyterian Church, Rev. E B Sher- 
wood. 

Price James A, Dentist. 

BAILEY & BRO, (John M & E 
W) bankers. 

Bailey E W it Co, gen. store. 

Read L M, of Brill & Co, 

Reed AVm, saloon. 

Reneau & Ross, (A L R & W A R) 
billiards. 

Rich Christian, boarding. 

Ringo L R, postmaster. 

Robbins & Light, CJob R & John L) 
saloon. 

Rohring John, shoemaker. 

Ruf Adolph, saloon. 

Ruf F & Co, meat market. 

Ruf Frank, saloon. 

Ruf Bernard, saloon. 

Scl indt A, cabinet maker. 

Schindler Mat, barber. 

Scott Daniel, lawyer. 

Seligsberg M, of J Mayer & S, 

Shelsky Edward, shoemaker. 

Sherwood Rev E B, Presbyterian. 

Shortridge W T, physician. 

Simons James, of White & S. 

St John's Episcopal Church. 

Story Geo S, of Woods & Story. 

Stubcnrach C, watches and jewelry. 

Styles Mrs, milliner, 

Termier Gabriel, meat market. 

Terwileger Stephen, carriage maker. 

TroUraan John, groceries. 

Fogel J, boarding. 

WARNER THEODOBE F, for- 
warding and commission and cash- 
ier Platte Savings Institution. 

Weber Geo, merchant tailor. 

White <l^. Simons, ^J O W & J S) 
blacksmiths. 

Wilhide E, p-op. Weston City Mills. 

Winzar A tt Co, meat market. 

Winzor S G, boos and shoes. 

Woodring & Howell, (R W tfc C H) 
dry goods and groceries. 

Wo")Vs & Stoiy, C W T W & C S S) 

livery stable. 
YOCOM W F, lawyer. 



West Point. 

This place is in Green township, in 
the south-west part of Worth county, 
about eight miles south-west of Grant 
City, the County Seat, and 39 miles 
north-east of Savannah, the nearest 
R. R. station on the Platte Country 
R. R. The place contains two stores, 
one harness shop, one saw and grist 
mill and one physician. 

Trades, Prorossions, &c. 
McCurry James, gen. store. 
Wright J J, physician. 

West Port. 

This is a small place in the north- 
east part of Lincoln county, on the 
Mississippi river, containing two or 
three stores, and is principally a 
place of export. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 
Gibson & Watt^, gen. store. 
Sitton John A, gen. store. 

West (Jflincy. 
This is the name of a small place 
in the north-east part of IMarion 
county, 12 miles east of north of Pal- 
myra, the County Seat, and situated 
on the west bank of the Mississippi 
river directly opposite the city of 
Quincy, in Illinois. It is 187 miles 
from St. Louis by the river, and at the 
west end of the great Mississippi 
bridge, which is one mile in length, 
and connects it wnth the Illinois shore. 

Trades, ProfesRlons, Ac. 

Allen Wm, ticket agt. H ^ St Jo R R. 

Brown H S, H & St Jo R R freight 
agent. 

Brunson Melvin, hotel, saw mill and 
blacksmith. 

Hulburt Wm, muster mechanic H & 
St Jo R R. 

Kim])aH Deacon, saw mill. 

Loftis Thomas J, Post master, black- 
smith and wagon maker. 

Mills Jolin, R R conductor. 

OVFiN WM E, Asst. Supt. H & St. 
Jo R R. 

Renfrew Elijah, prop. West Q.uincy 
Hotel. 

Sell?ck E C, freight cashier. 

Stephens Isaac, gen. store. 



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West Springfield. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the east edge of Shelby county, 10 
miles north-east of Shelbyville, the 
County Seat, and 14^ miles north of 
Hunnewell, on the H. & St. Jo. K. R., 
its nearest R. R. point, and 22 miles 
west of Quincy. 

Jacob Cupp, Post Master. 

Westville. 

This small place is situated in the 
north part of Chariton county, on the 
west bank of Wolf creek, 13^ miles 
north of Keytesville, the County Seat, 
and nine miles south of Bucklin, on 
the H. & St. Jo. R. R., its nearest R. 
R., point. Place small and of little 
importance. 

Wliite Cloud. 

This small place is in the north 
part of Nodaway county, near the 
One Hundred and Two river, seven 
miles north of Maryville, the County 
Seat, and 35 miles north of Savannah, 
its nearest R. R. point. There is much 
fine country in these parts. 

Population 100. 

Tradis, I*rofcssiou«, Sec. 

Coleman J, physician. 
Currens Stephen, cabinet maker. 
Lloyd Goodwin, trader. 
Ringold John L, shoemaker. 
Ulmcr Thomas, hotel. 

WIiitesTille. 

This is in Andrew county, 12 miles 
north-east of Savannah, the County 
Seat, and lays close to Platte river on 
the east side, being built on account 
of the excellent mill jirivilege on sec. 
27, range 61 north, 34 west. There is 
much timber on that side of the river 
for two or three miles, with but little 
west of it. Population 220." 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Barrows David & Co, gen. store. 
Bradford D, hotel. 
Brown Napoleon B, physician. 
Clark Silas, blacksmith. 
Cline H, groceries and postmaster. 
Christian Disciples Church. 
Houston W H H, physician and gen. 
store. 



Rundel, Wilson & Co, gen. store. 
Stoner & Bashor, saw and flour mill. 
Weaver Wni W, gen. store. 

Wilson N, postmaster. 

Wiiliaiusburg. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the east part of Callaway county, 
14 miles east of Fulton, the County 
Seat, 13 miles north of Portland on 
the Missouri river, and 13 miles south 
of Martinsburg on the North Mis- 
souri R. R. Population 1(30. 

Trades,. Professions, Arc. 

Bragg John, saddler. 
Broadwater J C H, flour mill. 
Fallington F, dry goods. 
Fields W, blacksmith. 
McConn J, saloon. 
Scholl C R, drugs. 
Tuman L B, saddler. 
Tureman James i*i: Co, gen. store. 

Williamsburg, No. 2. 

This small place is situated in the 
north part of Putnam county, on a 
branch of the Chariton river, five 
miles north of Unionville, the County 
Seat, and 52/ miles north of Brook- 
field, on the H. & St. Jo. R. R. 

WilliamstoAvn. 

Is situated in Lewis county, 16 
miles from the Mississippi river, in a 
fertile region. 

Mason Bowen, P M. 

Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Carlin & Kell, gen. store. 
Carter W P, blacksmith. 
Green J M, physician. 
Hamilton it Sillard, gen. store. 
Lillard Thomas, gen. store. 
Nesbit John, blacksmith. 
Ritter James H, wagon maker. 
Selway N P, blacksmith. 
Shaptaugh Jas & Co, groceries. 
Tuttle Di^niel, hotel. 

Wilniutlivillo. 

This small place is situated in the 
north-east pai-t of Adair county, on 
the South FaV)ius river, 14 miles 
north-east of Kirksville, the County 
Seat, and 37 miles north of Carbon, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and 48 



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ELECTRIC BALM, 

CURES 

Tootliaclie, 
Headache, 
Earache, 
Neuralgia, 
Rheumatism, 
Spinal Affection, 
Sciatic Pains, 
Dysentery, 
Sore Throat, 
Cholera Morbus 
Bums and Bruises, 
Cramps and Colics, 
Cuts and Sprains, 
Inflamed Eyes, 
Ring Worms, 
Stiff Joints, 
Diptheria, 
Diarrhea. 




SOVEREIGN BALM OF LIFE I 



DIRKCrioNS.— Fur cudilen attiuks of acute 
JiB<;n»«w, take from 2 to 5 pills, accorJinp to tbe 
constitution of the patient, and repeat the lUise; 
in fjiir or Hix hmirs, aiourting as circtiinxtiinces 
may roijuire, until ii hrisli operation takes place. j 
Par cleansing the Mtotnach, and restoring a heal-j 
tby digestion, purifying the hUxxi, to re-invigo-i 
rate the prespirati'vo organs, and to regulate the 
action of the lx)welg, one to two should be taken 
every or every other night for a week or* ten 
days, OS a little ex()erience will dictate. j 



Health, a Great EartHly Blesstns I 

i> iir e: o T I o TV » . 

Toothache. — Wet a small piece of cotton, and in,sert in the cavity, also 
bathe the face and gums over the affected tooth. 

Headache. — Bathe freely the parts affected, until it creates a heat. If 
billious, take a dose of our Indian Life pills. 

JEarache. — Wet a piece of cotton and place it in the ear. 

Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Spinal Afiection, Scrotic Pains, Stiff Joints, bathe 
freely the parts affected. 

Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diarrhea, Cramps or Colic, bathe freely the 
loins, take one teaspoon full every hour, until you find relief 

Dyptheria, Sore Throat, Cuts, Sprains and Bruises, bathe the parts until 
it creates a heat. 

Ring Worms, make frequent application. Inflamed Eyes, bathe the out- 
side of the lids. Keep the vial corked and not leave it open longer than ia 
necessary. 

•«" Xot genuine unlexH Burltigh d' Brother s Electric Balm, Qiilncy. III., is blown in t'lf Bottle.'^ 

CI'llKW Rillioiis <'oiii|>Iaiii<<4. Iiidiionz.a, .Ti»iiii«li<>4>. Fi'inale Coinnlaints. Piles 
an<l Flux, Xcrvoii^i I><>l>ilit.y. UlieuiiiatiNiii. I'lourisy. Ilondaolio. «i€l«linoss, I.iv 
er Complaint, ChillN nnci Fovors, Coug-Iis and CoIUm, Costivt'ness, Dysentery, 
Dyspepsia. 

BURLEIOIPS EGYPTIAN SALVE OR RHEUMATIC PLASTER, 

Is an excollent preparation as a Sticking Sat.ve Fon Fresh Cuts, Inflammation 
Olb Soues, Uhkumatic Pains in the Back ou Side, &e. It is an exeeUont Com Salvf 
fcoftenlngtlie fallnns pitrtsso as it can bo removed without pain. It is applied by spreading 
on clotli or oil thill Itathor. 

The above Medicines can be sent by mail, Wliolesale and Retail. 

«5- TRAVELING AND LOCAL AGENTS "WANTED. 



WIL 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



WIN 



281 



miles west of Alexandria, on the Mis- 
sissippi river. 

Trades, Professions, «fcc. 

Rutter, Reynolds & Co, gen. store. 

Wilson To^\ii. 

A small place in the south-east cor- 
ner of Adair county, 15 miles south- 
east of Kirks ville, the County Seat, 
on the Shelbyville road, and 51 miles 
nearly west of Quincy. 

Population 80. 

Trades & Professions. 
Barnhart & Cornell, gen. Store. 

Cornell , postmaster. 

Ellis , druggist and physician. 

French , blacksmith. 

Wincliester. 

This is the name of a small place 
in the south-east part of Clark coun- 
ty, nine miles south-east of Kahoka, 
the County Seat, and seven miles 
south of west of Alexandria, on the 
Mississippi river. 

George Mansperger, P M. 

Wintersville. 

This is the name of a little town or 
village in the west part of Sullivan 
county on the west fork of Grand 
river, situated 12 miles north-west of 
Milan, the County Seat, and 34 miles 
north of Bottsville, on the H & St. 
Jo. R. R. Population 240. 

Trades, Professions, Sec. 

Bear & Co, gen. store. 

Brown I W, Mill and cabinet maker. 

Burkhart John, shoemaker. 

Eastwood D C, blacksmith. 

Jenkins Wm, physician. 

Jones T, physician. 

Jones & Jenkins, gen. store. 

Mellor S W, gen store. 

Snapp I H, woolen mill. 

Snapp J H, mill. 

Stewart Geo T, wagon maker. 

Webb J C, physician. 

Wintlirop City. 

This is the name of a little village 
on the east bank of the Missouri river, 
in Buchanan county, being directly 
opposite Atchison, Kansas, and at a 
point where the Platte Country R. R. 



makes a detour to reach the river, 
which it here leaves again in going 
southward for several miles. The 
country is heavily timbered with 
plenty of paw-paws. 
Population 280. 

Trades, Professions. &c. 
Brown & Foster, carpenters. 
Bruce G A, groceries. 
Cummins & Adams, mill. 
House Hiram, gen. store. 
Horr J W & Co, groceries. 
Martin James, hotel. 
Moss & Hill, blacksmiths. 
Morris & Lukins, mill. 
Preston J B, saloon. 
Reuttinger F, saloon. 
Sudworth, shoemaker. 
Sumner, saloon. 
Wakefield V K, hotel. 
Wells Wm, saloon. 

Woodbine. 

This small place is situated in the 
south-west part of»Harrison county, 
82 miles south-west of Bethany, the 
County Seat, and 25 2 miles north of 
Kidder, its nearest point on the H. & 
St. Jo. R. R. 

Robert D Rogers, P M. 

Woodlawn. 

This little village is in the north 
west part of Monroe county, near the 
middle fork of Salt river, and 12? 
miles north-west of Paris, the County 
Seat, being 13j miles east of Jack- 
sonville, on the N. M. R. R., and lOJ 
south of Clarence, on the H. & St. 
Jo. R. R. Population 120. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 

Ash J B, gen. store. 
Ash & Woods, gen. store. 
Holder AV, wagon maker. 
jNIcCord F, blacksmith. 
Porter J W, 
Searcy S B, tailor. 

Woodville. 

This is the name of a village not 
marked on the maps, but situated in 
Macon county, and containing two 
physicians, one wagon maker, one 
mill, one blacksmith and two general 
stores. Population 140. 

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Trades, Professions, Ac. 

Cottingham J W, gen. store. 
Halliburton J H, gen. store. 
Haly J T, blacksmith. 
Hand E E, physician. 
Levick A, miller. 
Sumner J H, wagon maker. 
Wright J L, physician. 

Wright City. 

A station on the North Missouri R. 
R, 51 miles from St. Louis, and 117i 
from ;Macon City, in the county of 
Warren, six miles east of Warrenton, 
the County Seat. It is situated on a 
high point in the timber, with small 
amount of cleared land, and contains 
three stores and one blacksmith. 

Population 100. 

Trades, Professions, &c, 
Blattner Fred, gen. store. 
Bryan C M, blacksmith. 
Dickroeger & Bro, gen. store. 
Pendleton J, gen. store. 

WrightsYille. 

This small place is situated in the 
interior of Clarke county, 6i miles 
south of Kahoka, the County Seat, 
and 14 miles directly west of Alexan- 
dria, on the Mississippi, its nearest 
river point. The place does not con- 
a post office. 

Wyaconda. 

This is the name of a small place in 
the north part of Scotland county, 
near the Wyaconda creek, and seven 
miles north-east of Memphis, the 
County Seat, and 34 miles north of 
west of Alexandria. 

William Troth, Post Master. 

Wyandott. 

This small place is in the east part 
of Linn county, 13 miles east of Lin- 
neus, the County Seat, and only about 
two miles north of the H. & St. Jo. 
R. R. The place is small and unim- 
portant, not containing even a post 
office. 

Wyrica. 

This small place is in the north- 
west part of Putnam county, 15 miles 
north of west of Unionville, the 



County seat, and 51 miles north of 
La Clede, its nearest point on the H, 
& St. Jo. R. R. Population 40. 

Trades, Professions, See, 

Nelson J, gen. store. 
Orme Moses, gen. store. 

Xenia. 

This is the name of a small town 
in the north part of Nodaway county, 
10 miles north of Maryville, the 
County Seat, and 38 miles north of 
Savannah, its nearest railroad point. 
The place contains two physicians, 
two blacksmiths, one mill, one hotel, 
one saloon, and one gen. store. 

Population 140. 

Trades, Professions, 6cc. 
Bierly J, physician. 
Downing George, gen. store. 
Gerard S W, physician and P M. 
Johnson Wm, blacksmith. 
Kinney Benjamin, mill. 
Reed Henry, hotel and saloon. 
Sivasy Simpson, blacksmith. 

Yolo. 

This is only a post office in the 
southern part of Gentry county,^ in 
Jackson township, and is 14 miles 
south-west of Albany, the County 
Seat, and 22 nort-east of Savannah, 
and about 23 north of Stewartsville, 
on the H. & St. Jo. R. R., and con- 
tains a hotel, &c. 

Trades, Professions, &c. 
Miller Arch P, postmaster. 
Miller A R, hotel. 

Youngers. 

This small place is in the north- 
east part of Boone county, 11 miles 
north-east of Columbia, the County 
Seat, and 10 miles south of Centra- 
lia, on the N. M. R. R., to which place 
ship. 

Young's Creek. 

This is a small place in the north- 
west part of Audrain county, on the 
north side of a creek of the same 
name, and 13 miles north-west of 
Mexico, the County Seat. Its near- 
est point to the R. R., is at Centralia, 
seven miles south-west. 

John P Vance, P M. 



NC^JTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 283 



Til© XSagle Company's 

INDEPENDENT MAIL PACKET LINE. 

A Daily and Semi-Weekly Hue of Side-wheel Packets. 

DAILY FROM CANTOIT AND LA GRANGE TO QUINCY. 

Semi-Weekly erom Quincv to Koekuk, 

And return carrying the United States Mail. 

The EAGLE making two daily trips from Alexandria and Warsaw to Keo- 
kuk and return, leaving Alexandria at 7:45 a. m. and 1 p. m. ; leaving 
Warsaw at 8 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. Returning, leaves Keokuk at 11 a. m. 
and 4 p. m. 

Tlie OREY EAGLE making daily trips from Canton and La Grange to 
Quincy and return, and semi-weekly trips from Keokuk to Quincy and 
return, leaving Quincy daily at o p. m., (Sundays excepted,) and leaves 
Canton at 8 a. m. 

Foi' r'l'eigrlit ov I»tvs«ag^e Ai>pl;5' on 33oai*<l. 



— AND — 

Agricultural Implements. 

WAGON, CARRIAGE AND PLOW 
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE 

QUINCY, ILL, THIMBLE SKEINS. 

V^u T. ^ K. A. ROCKRS^ 

Sixth street, between Hampshire and Maine streets, Quincy. 111. 



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ESTABLISHED IIV 1S3G. 



CSrl^O 



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JMKX^-^'E^:^^^. 



W^HOLES^TL,E 



DRUGG 




]Vo. 1:30 Haiixpsliii'o ^ti*eot. 



DEALER IN 



DRUGS, 
MEDICINES, 
CHEMICALS, 
PAINTS & OILS, 
WINDOW GLASS, 
DYE STUFFS, 



PAINTERS' GOODS, 
GLUES AND PUTTY, 
YARNISHES, 
GOLD LEAF, 

TUBE COLORS, AC, 
ACIDS, CORKS, 



PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

Patent Medicines, 

GLASS WARE AND SHOP FURNITURE, 



DRGUGISTS SUNDRIES, 
BRUSHES AND COMBS, 
PERFUMERY, 
FANCY GOODS, 
POCKET BOOKS, 
TOOTH BRUSHES, 
SOAPS, HAIR OILS, 
TOILET ARTICLES, 



GROCERS' DRUGS, 
SPICES, TWINES, 
CONCENTRATED LYE, 
I SODAS, SALARATUS, 
! SULPHUR, CAMPHOR &c., 
: ALUM, MADDER, INDIGO, 
! COOKING EXTRACTS, 
i BLACKINGS, INKS, ESSENSES, 



AND EYERYTHING PERTAINING TO THE DRUG TRADE. 

Also Wholesale Dealer in 

l®tks, PafiiSj Statitmeiy,. 



Scliool Books, 
Bljiuk Bo(>ks, 
Juvenile Booki' 



Ca|) Pa])ers, 
Billet Papers, 
Wrai)i)iiig Papers, 



Blank Workofall kinds, Envelopes, 



Bibles, 

Miss Books, 

inn Books. 

Letter Papers, 
Note Papers, 
Toys, 

JS^^Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices governed b 
markets. Lists priced when desired. 



Paper Bai;s, 
Fancy Papers, 
( ard Boards, 
Pj'inters' Job Papers, 
Window Blinds, A:e., 
Notions, 



Cntlery, 

Pens, Inks, Holders, 
Pencils, 
Slates, 
Ink Stands, 
Rulers, Wafers, Wax, 
P,ill Files, 

l*hoto}i:rapli Albums, 
Portfolios, 
Fancy Goods, &c. 
,' St. Louis and Chicago 



KORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 285 



CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY 




The Ciicapcst, Best, (Jiiickest ajid Only IHreot lloiito from 

TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS, ) 'r\\ Jk IT T JT' Ti 

AND TWO ACC03OI0DATI0N TRAINS, ) W ^j IL l-Jd % t^ 

The Equipments of this Line are Perfect ; Splendid Twelve Wheel 

Coaches, with Ruttan's Patent Teutilatins: and Heating 

Apparatus on all Hay Trains; Pullman's 

PALACE SLSEPIIfQ GAHSI 

Oltlio l{es< I?Ia mi fact lire in t!i<» ^Vorld. on all Xi^m Traiiim. 

Passengers Leaving duincy Saturday Morning Arrive in New York or Boston 
Monday Morning, 

2© HOUaS IM ABiriLMCE 

NO CHAN&E OF CARS FROM QUINCY TO CHICAGO, 
o x^ o jse: o o TV tv je. c j ^jt i: <> rvr j^ 

Are made at Galesburg with trains for Burlington, Peoria and Lewistowu, 
and at ]\Iendota with the Illinois C^entral, north and south, 
and at Chicago with trains for the 

EASTERN& SOUTHERN CITIES. 

FOR TPIROUGH TICKETS apply at the principal Ticket Offices in the 
West. Baggage checked through, and no charge for handling. 

FAEE AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER HOUTE. 

N. B.— Only ONE CHANGE OF CARS to Indianapolin or Cincinnati 
via this Line. 

K, ». MiNSOJV, ROKKRT MAKItIS, 

Asst. Supt , Qulncy. Gen. Supt., Chicago 



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3XISSOXJIM ST^A^TOE 

Horse Insurance and Detective Company, 

Capital Stock, - - ^200,000. 

Insures M km\ Tlieft or Dealli liy Disease or Acciient. 



THOS. CHERBY, 

President. 



J. A. WALL ACE, M. S. MITCHELL, 

Secretary. Treasurer. 



.T. A. HA.Y & CO., 

lBAmM.TiRS 

— AND— 



Wholesale Dealer In 



m 



Real Estate Dealers \ lath, shingles, 

j —ALSO— 

Poplar and Ash Lumber. 



Attention given to 

COLLECTIONS AND CLAIMS. 



JEt. E. LETTOIV, 



DEAI.EH IX 



STEINWAY PIANOS, 

And other Pianos of the best makers. 

Prince ^ Co. Melodeons. 

LEAYITT SEWING MACHINE 

Florptifs Sewing Machine, RcTersible Feed, 
^o.*>4 Fifth St., Quincy, HI, 



First j'are south of Maine street, east side of 
Filth street, 

QiiiwLcy, - - Illinois. 



ST. JOSEPH 

MORNING HERALD 

Published Daily and Weekly at Herald 
building, opposite the Postoffioe, by 

WILKINSON ^ BITTINGER. 

DAILY and WEEKLY EDITIONS. 

The DAILY HERALD Is the oldest news- 
paper in Bt. Joseph, and having the most 
extensive circulation among business men, 
and reaching all classes, it otters induce- 
ments to Advertisers, as the best method 
through which to reacli the public. 



SCHRADER'S HIGHLAND 



BITTERS! 



Made of Pure Scotch Whiskey. 



As the Scottish Highlander excels in deeds 
of valor, so these Bitters excel in nil excel- 
lencies— a delightful drink f' r the healthy 
and a remedy tor the afflicted. Warranted 
to contain no drugs or other impurities. 



Manufactured at 

JVo. 61 Hampshire Street, 

QUINCY, ILL. 



CLASSIFIED 

Business Hee:ister 



Abstract of Titles. 

Ely A E M, Palmyra 

Rings James H, St. Joseph 

Agricultural Implements. 

Becker Chas L & Co, Alexandria 
Hinckley Enoch, Alexandria 

Johnson Wm R & Co, Brookfield 
PACKARD C E & CO, Cameron 
McKim Wm A, Canton 

Ainsworth G A & F W, Chillicothe 
Dunn & Daly, Chillicothe 

Steinmetz & Shepard, Glasgow 

SHELLABERGER & GOODMAN, 
Hamilton 
Levering A R, Hannibal 

MEADOWS & MUNGER,Hannibal 
Quealey, Treat & Streeter, Hannibal 



Rice A W, 
Kernodle H G, 
Bohon T B, 
Wright & Willis, 
Kendrick & Pierce, 
Tempi eton & Gentry, 
Secord D, 
Mills J R, 
Geiger D T & Bro, 
Reed Pennewell &> Co, 
Swift Chas, 
Josselyn H P, 
Lee Abel, 
Flack W S & Co, 
Garrett S F, 
Constable D A, 
Forry G C, 
Foote & Warner, 
Mansfield A G, 
Robison M S & J H, 



Kidder 

Kirksville 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Maryville 

Middletown 

Monroe City 

Newark 

Osborn 

Savannah 

Savannah 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Josej^h 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 



Chittenden 

Magers H & T, 



Troy 
Weston 



Architects. 

Storm James A, St. Joseph 



McDuff Peter, 



Weston 



Artists. 

Thompson Jared D, St. Joseph 



Assessors. 



CRANDELLEJ, 

Bruce Edmond, 
Reid Nathaniel, 
Matney James A, 
Walsworth J A, 
Connor James K, 



Brookfield 
Chillicothe 
St. Charles 
St. Joseph 
Jt. Joseph 
Troy 



Auctioneers. 



Staples James M, 
Carter C C, 
Cloudas M P, 
Orr J, 

Powell Thos J, 
Stewart J M, 
Colston John D, 
Diggs Frank AV, 
Fitzpatrick James, 
McCanley J P, 
Sullivan & Sutton, 
HAWKINS G A, 
Harrison Frank M, 
Speed & Simpson, 
Ahalt Ezra, 
Orrick Wm D, 
CHADWICK W L, 
Williams E W, 



Brunswick 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Columbia 

New Florence 

New Florence 

Gallatin 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Middle Grove 

Paris 

Paris 

Shelbina 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 



288 BAK 


s. B. wyckoff's ban 


Bakeries. 




Shirley James A, 


Chillicothe 


Fisher Jacob, 


Brookfield 


Samuel , 


Columbia 


Marley & Gutheridge, 

Myers , 

Aneal J, 


Brookfield 

Brunswick 

Bucklin 


EASTON JOSEPH G, 

Baird William, 
Gittings Darius, 


Hannibal 

Ivirksville 

Liberty 


Stunkle C & Bro, 


Bucklin 


Roberts David, 


Liberty 


Hinchman James T, 


Callao 


HAY J A, 


LaGrange 


Buehrer Wm, 


Canton 


Dearing John E, 


Mexico 


Ingraham & Truog, 
Reeder Joseph, 
Lindberger Geo, 


Chillicothe 
Chillicothe 


Moftett E M, 
Alexander Jos H, 


Palmyra 
St Charles 


Chillicothe 


Goff A P, 


St Joseph 


Young E G, 
Reuftel Philip, 
Tillman Henry, 
Hirt & Bro, 


Clarksville 
Glasgow 
Glasgow 

Clarksville 
Hannibal 


France C B, 
SAXTON A M, 
Hull Joseph C, 
WARNEll THEO F, 


St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Weston 


Haussler C F, 






Picken & Harris, 


Hannibal 


Bankers. 




Russell Sarah S, 


Hannibal 


PRICE T D & CO, 


Brookfield 


Otto & Miller, 


Huntsville 


Piunkett & Applegate, 


Brunswick 


Pierson J M, 


Kidder 


Canton Bank, 


Canton 


Jacobs & Rogers, 


Kirksville 


Branch of State Bank, 


Chillicothe 


Scott Walter, 


Kirksville 


Savings Institution, 


Chillicothe 


Leopold C J, 


Liberty 


Boone County Savings 




Parks Wm 0, 


Louisiana 


Institution, 


Columbia 


Belshe Wm C, 


Macon City 


Exchange National Bank, Columbia 


Cody J H & Co, 


Macon City 


National Bank, 


Columbia 


Vinand Chas, 


Mexico 


Hendrix & Payne, 


Fayette 


Maughs & Hopkins, 




Shafroth Wm, 


Fayette 


Montgomery City 


Snell W T, 


Fulton 


Mitchell S, 


Oregon 


McFerrin James & Co, 


Gallatin 


Huggins & Bro, 


Palmyra 


Birch, Earickson & Co. 


Glasgow 


Kelling Bradley, 


Paris 


Thompson & Dunnica, 


Glasgow 


Stone James, 


Roanoke 


FIRST NATIONAL 


BANK OF 


Grossman D, 


Rocheport 


HANNIBAL. 




Atterbury & Ford, 


Shelbina 


Wisdom & Co, 


Huntsville 


Geisert Matthias, 


St Charles 


Stebbins & Porter, 


Kirksville 


Hucker Wm, 


St Charles 


LaGrange Savings Bank 


LaGrange 


Clemense J, 


St Joseph 


Commercial Savings Bank, Liberty 


Conlisk Peter G, 


St Joseph 


Clay County Savings 




Debus Adam, 


St Joseph 


Association. 


Liberty 


Lutz Ferdinand, 


St Joseph 


Liberty Savings Association, Liberty 


Macginty Franceman, 


St Joseph 


Carstarphen J E, 


Louisiana 


Morgenstern R, 


St Joseph 


Melone & Epperson, 


Macon City 


Owens J C, 


St Joseph 


RINGO A R, 


Mexico 


Schott W, 


St Joseph 


Maughs & HopkinSjMontgomery City 


Wagner A, 


St Joseph 


Zook & Scott, 


Oregon 


WEATHERHEAD THOMAS 


Branch of State Bank, 


Palmyra 




St Joseph 


Clinton County Savings 




Huffnian & Feeters, 


Trenton 


Association, 


Plattsburg 


Dale & Burghart, 


Utica 


Hughs & Wasson, 


Richmond 


Guggenmoos Jos, 


Warrenton 


Savannah Savings Institution, 

O 1. 


Bank Cashiers. 


First National Bank, 


oavauuan 

St Charles 


Reese A, 


Canton 


Beattie A & Co, 


St Joseph 


Bird G, 


Chillicothe 


Calhoun John & Co, 


St Joseph 



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First National, St Joseph 

Branch of State Bank, St Joseph 

Western Bank of Mo, St Joseph 

Savings Institution, St Joseph 

RAILEY&BRO, Weston 

Platte Savings Institution, Weston 



Bank Presidents, 



Stuart S H, 
Bell J B, 
Leeper John B, 
HUNT, JOSIAH 

Alverson I B, 
Miller Madison, 
McLain John, 
Gauss Eugene, 
Corby John, 
LAWSON L M, 
Zook Wm, 
McLaughlin P L, 



Barbers 

Steffeu Martin, 
May Henry, 
Oeth John P, 
Grubb James, 
Mecum W F, 
Baumgardner G M, 
Lewis Alfred, 
Rauser Frank, 
Doolan Elzy, 
Hunstock Geo H, 
Johnson Peter, 
Mallory A C, 
Wolridge James. 
Meckes Frederick, 
Hanna Henry, 
Sloan Noah, 
StefFen Matthias, 
Bestenbostel Geo, 
Duvic George, 
Anderson Carrel, 
MafTry August, 
Nelson Garret, 
Saai Boje, 
Keen W J, 
Matschky Otto, 
Seal F, 

Mitchell Christian, 
Deithrick A, 
Matson Geo, (coloi'ed) 
Fenerbach Casper, 
Grose John, 
Koch Peter, 



Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Hannibal 

Lagrange 

Liberty 

Savannah 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 



Alexandria 

Brunswick 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Columbia 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hunnewell 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

LaGrange 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Maryville 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Oregon 

Palmyra 

Rocheport 

Saverton 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 



Walters Louis, 
Arnholt Philip, 
Artsur John, 
Bridgewater Elijah, 
Eberly Henry, 
Furst Joseph. 
Germandt Wm, 
Hatteroth Jacob, 
Helmes Samuel, 
Lamport Josiah, 
Lilly Benj, 
Meyers John, 
Prince Peter, 



St Charles 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
Jt Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Josejih 



Bath House. 



Furst Joseph. 



St. Joseph 



Billiards. 



Allen L G, 
Basey Robert & Co, 
Klett Frintlin, 
Tillard Titus, 
Barton S H, 
Cloudas & Dudley, 
Johnson J C, 
Trabue W R, 
McCullum P, 
Rich C A, 
Hirwen Timothy, 
Morse E, 
Hunt & Wright, 
Farrow & NefF, 
Weir Richard, 
Weir Robt M, 
Vincent Fred, 
Robinson C T, 
Traeger C A, 
Bertha & Metz, 
Croquant Julius, 
Tagart R A, 
Curtain A P, 
Gorham & Pelham, 
Otten & Bro, 
Reneau & Ross, 



Brookfield 

Brunswick 

Canton 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Huntsville 

Kirksville 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Mexico 

Palmyra 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Weston 



Blacksmitlis. 

Hosley & Herriman, Acasto 



Phillips Job 
Embres M M, 
Lunsford L H, 
Fish L J, 
Kerby W, 
Morehouse Geo, 
Rose Comfort, 



Alan thus Grove 
Albany 
Albany 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 



290 



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BLA 



Mason Wm, 
Robinson O B, 
Eeicl & McGuire, 
Leigliton Wm, 
Neel Daniel, 
Vincent Wm, 
Blaekmore J F, 
Cook H, 
Moore & Linch, 
Perdun & Shoekly, 
Ziegler & Hopner, 
Shackelford J P, 
Watson John, 
Brown Chas, 
Tullen Joseph, 
George Enoc, 
Corder, 
Cahill, 

Gilliland Jesse, 
Hoover Moses J, 
Luppold Matthias, 
Carey Michael, 
Danson Wm J, 
Blankenchip W, 
Waddei Wm, 
Charles, 
Fetzer John G, 
Reager I M, 
Snider Philip, 
Sipples Lacy, 
Sweeney & Pool, 
Vanderpool, 
Chambers J Q, 
Landrum A P, 
Ellwell Alex, 
Everhart Wm, 
Conrad J L & T B, 
Hand W, 
Dunn Andrew, 
SAYLESWML, 
Martin Wm. 
Giegerich N, 
Giegerich G, 
Johnston J L, 
Martin Jacob, 
Bitzenberger H, 
Dozier John, 
Wilder J T, 
Pelsuc Oris, 
Shryock Fred, 

Benedict , 

Hall W, 
Perry W L. 
Benton W J, 
Carpenter B F, 



Allen 

Allendale 

Ashley 

Ayersville 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Ben Bow 

Ben Bow 

Bethany 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Big Spring 

Bloomington 

Bolton 

Boschert Town 

Boston 

Bottsville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Breckenridge 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Bucklin 

Bucklin 

Bucklin 

Buttsville 

Cainsville 

Cairo 

Callao 

Callao 

Camden 

Camden Point 

Cameron 

Cameron 

Camp Branch 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

CarroUton 

Carrollton 

Central City 

Centralia 

Centralia 

Chain of Rock 

Cherry Grove 

Cherry Grove 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 



Cribbs J J, 
Englang S E, 
Foulk <fe Greenawalt, 
Greenwell A J, 
Mcintosh Thos, 
Bush David W, 
Collins Harvey, 
Britt Smith, 
Brooks & McConkey, 
Hinds John, 
Milton & Fern, 
Meadows, 
Whitlow & Bro, 
McKay N, 
Morrison John, 
Searcy D C, 
Fowler John, 
Fowler R H, 
Herman Caspar, 
Streibe John, 



Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarence 

Clarence 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Clarksville. 

Clarksville 

College Mound 

College Mound 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Concord 

Concord 

Cottleville 

Cottleville 



Zimmerman & Lauffer, Cotlleville 

Hockensmith Wm, Crab Orchard 

McGaugh Thomas, 

Hart & Curry, 

Ellis Wm E, 

Ford & Son, 

Bretz F M, 

Wahrmann Herman, 

Gue John, 



Williams A D, 
Morton M V B, 
Lipmau Fred, 
Hofi'man H, 
Moore & Son, 
Miller G W, 
Strader Henry, 
Strader John A, 
Brown B, 
King A, 
Morrison B, 
Wyman Marvin, 
Spaulding G, 
Hanber Andrew, 
Rush Fred, 
Dickerson W, 
Dickerson M, 
Preston S J, 
Preston J, 
Ross E, 

Power Frederick, 
Wulfenkammer F, 

Turner , 

Keeny Harris, 
Calhoun R, 
Jones W A, 



Crab Orchard 

Curryville 

Danville 

Danville 

Dardenne 

Dardenne 

Dardenne 

DeWitt 

Deer Ridge 

Duke's Prairie 

Dutzow 

Eagieville 

Economy 

Edina 

Edina 

El Dorado/^ 

El Dorado 

El Dorado 

Elk Horn 

Elizabethtown 

El Paso 

Fair view 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Femme Osage 

Femme Osage 

Flint Hill 

New Florence 

Florida 

Florida 



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Adams Walter, 
CoxBH&FM, 

McGew S E, 
Jones & Pratt, 
Judt Louis, 
Simms A P, 
Cummings & King, 
Jacobs & Co, 

Newtin , 

Bennett H J, 
Dunagan Thos, 
Walker Henry, 
Davis James, 
Nivert & Bro, 
Hickman John, 
Hillsabeck A C, 
Bram Jno C, 
Bush Fredrick, 
Taylor John, 
Hubbard Benj, 
Loure Geo, 
Fleming Byrd M, 
Schryock Fredrick, 

Ives , 

Waniger , 

Downing Marine, 
Donehower Saml H, 
Fenlason S S, 
Kealey Wm, 
Langdon Geo J, 
Snyder Peter, 
Stone & Seibel, 
Woods Edward, 
Fearen E, v 
Snider B, 
Sraidth John, 
Waddell J, 
Hodges R S, 

Hobenich John, 
Aufderhaar Henry, 

Hasenjager Adolph, 

Doctor & Jaynes, 

Soublet Jourdan, 

Craven , 

Kirby , 

Mayo & Durnial, 

Gedultig & Tilton, 

Horde A <fc Son, 

Miles J A, 

Spaulding W D, 

Dayton Z, 

Fisher E, 

skinner Robert, 

Godfrey Henry, 

Boyd D, 



Ft Henry 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gentryville 

Gentryvi-le 

Gentryville 

GlasgoAV 

Glasgow 

Good land 

Grant City 

Grant's Hill 

Grant's Hill 

Grassy Creek 

Green Top 

Green Top 

Halleck 

Hallsville 

Hamburg 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hardin 

Hardin 

Hardin 

Hardin 

Hibernia 

High Hill 

Holstein 

Holstein 

Hunnewell 

Hunnewell 

Huntsville 

Hunts V) lie 

Huntsville 

latan 

latan 

Indian Creek 

Indian Creek 

Island City 

Island City 

Jacksonville 

Jonesburg 

Kahoka 



Samson Geo, 
Tippett J P, 
Munsell W m, 
Pittsenbarger John, 
Beeman O H, 
Hanks Joseph, 
McDonald M C, 
NichoUs Chesterfield, 
Smith A Hanks, 
Shimmins Thomas, 
Calhoun Thomas, 
Dashner John, 
Reynolds & Parrish, 
Brouenburg & Lightner, 
Craig John S, 
Glore Solomon, 
Martin Robert, 
Griggs W, 
Steel & Thompson, 
Shafer Wm, 
Berry John, 
Evans Joseph L, 
Eli B M, 
Clawson T J & J, 
Meserne Ephraim, 
Cundilf, Dittwiller & Co, 
Harriet John, 
Farrell Stephen, 
Kauffeld P, 
Pribe Albert, 
Pullman Charles, 
Throp Geo. 
Volk Joseph A, 
Davis D B & Co, 
Sprasterbach Fred, 
Whitmore W C, 



Kahoka 

Keytsville 

Kidder 

King City 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirk.ville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kuoxville 

LaBelle 

LaBelle 

LaBelle 

LaG range 

Lagrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Lick Creek 

Lindley 

Lindley 

Linneus 

Locust Hill 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 



WOODSON & CLEMENS, 

Macon City 



Mason Wm H, 
Rogland R M, 
Bong Robert, 
Gerleman Fred, 
Gerleman H, 
Hildebrandt H, 
Clifton H T, 
Brickett A L, 
Collett John, 
Walters M, 
Hamer Jerome, 

Yearman , 

Goddard Sl Hambleton, 
Pratt J W, 
Tincher F, 
Burkeley Levi, 
Haley H R, 



Madison 

Madison 

Madisonville 

Marthasville 

Marthas ville 

Marthasville 

Martinsburg 

Maryville 

Maryville 

Maryville 

Maysville 

Mays ville 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Middlebury 

Middle Grove 



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A. B. KINGSBURY. 



L. E. KINGSBURY. 



3i:ht^'^:ot^i:hmi?::i:> i©-io. 

KmaSBUUY BROTHERS, 



JOSEPH &NELKE[ 




{Successors to B, K. STONE & CO.,) 

MAXrFA4Tl'KrK« AXI> 



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Mo. 43 Foi22?tIi Street^ 
QUIWCY, - - - ILLINOIS. 



\^^ Particular attention is invited to OUR OWN 
BRAND, of Custom made Kip and Calf Boots. 



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293 



Ragland & Vance, 
Rydings George, 
Gooch & Bro, 
Meyers Julius, 
Saunders Wm, 
Braughton John, 
Keith J, 

Glower , 

Boatman S T, 
Dickey James, 
Lingenfelter J E, 
Owens W, 
Elliot JefFerson, 
Miller & McElroy, 
Buchanan H A, 



Middle Grove 

Middle Grove 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Millersburg 

Mills Poin^t 

Millville 

Milton 

Missouri City 

Missouri City 

Missouri City 

Mitchellville 

Modena 

]\[onroe City 



Rogers & Cushman, Montgomery City 
Sabourin Frank, Montgomery City 



V 



Cooler J M 
Leeper J H, 
Morton G, 
Newlon S M, 
McCarty & Brunson 
Malone B W, 
Parrish Josepl 
Prater Wm J, 
Josselyn PI P, 
Yancy James B, 
Furguson Sam, 
Goff John, 
Jones Wm, 
Dickey James, 
Wymau J A & Co, 
Branstetter Michael 
Davis Joseph, 
Brown H W, 
Hill AVm, 
Owens A, 



Monticello 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Mooresville 

Mt Airy 

Mt Moriah 

Mt Moriah 

Newark 

Newark 

New Bloomfield 

New Bloomfield 

New Cambria 

New Garden 

New Garden 

New Harmony 

New Hope 

New London 

New Market, No 1 

New Market, No 1 



Reckmus Edward, 
Scherbaum Plenry, 
Weinrich Conrad, 
Felker Henry, 
Wilson James, 
Hunter Peter, 
Hines James, 
Houston Copeland 
Cowl A, 
May E, 
Kuney Henry 



New Melle 

New Melle 

New Melle 

Nineveh, No 1 

O'Fallon 

Ogle's Mills 

Old Alexandria 

Old Alexandria 

Olio 

Olio 

Ordleheide's Store 



Baskins Wm & Co, 
Broadbick Wm, 
Cook Wm, 
Shutts Samuel, 
Alair Edward, 
Bash A, 
Clutter J C, 



Oregon 
Oregon 
Oregon 
Oregon 
Osborn 
Oxford 
Oxford 



Berghofer & Pollman, 
Schwartz & Co, 
Douglass G W, 
Ash craft & Bro, 
Wetmore E T, 
Hasenjager Wm, 
Steele Wm, 
Sweet Philander, 
Martin Wm, 
Oxford & Watkius, 
Richey J D, 
Jones Nathaniel, 
Taylor Jeremiah, 
Grubbel Wm. 



Kuhne H, 
Fuller L R, 
Berry J, 
Oliver B, 
Risher T A, 
Thomas A W, 
Dunnagin Wm, 



Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paradise 

Paris 

Paris 

Parkville 

Paulville 

Paulville 

Pendleton 

Pendleton 

Peaksville 

Pennville 

Perry 

Pinkney 



Pitt's Post Office 
Princeton 
Platte City 
Platte City 
Platte City 
Platte City 
Plattsburs: 



Huggard, Scott & Co, Plattsburg 
Shultz Lewis, Pleasant Retreat 

Albright G, Pleasant View 

Wells Daniel, Pleasant View 

Stolle Henry, Portland 

Welsh George, Price's Branch 

Grubb A E, Randolph 

Marshal J H, Randolph 

Marshal & Williams, Randolph 
Hamilton & Lontzenhiser, Ravenna 

Blackburn R L, Readsville 

Jones J A T, Kich 

Owens Wm, Richfield 

Asbcrry S W & Sons, Richmond 

Berry Samuel, Richmond 

Steva A W, Riclnnond 

Althaus Geo, Roanoke 

Durnel & Paton, Roanoke 

LaMotte Wm, Roanoke 

Roberts Washington, Rocheport 

Wheeler lienderson, Rocheport 

Gushing, Rochester 

Hector Wm, Rochester 

Long GW, Rochester 

Mitchell T PI, Rockport 

Crump J P, Rushville 

Thrailkild, Rushville 

White T B, Rushville 

Cox John, Russellville 

Armentrout, Salisbury 

Culver Ira, Salisbury 

McCampbell Peter. Salisbury 

Armstrong R W & Co, Santa Fe 

Eberhard L & G, Savannah 
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294 



BLA 



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BLA 



Ferrison, Crow & Carpenter, 

Savannah 
Hutchinson B, Savannah 

Snoderly & Butcher, Savannah 

Wilson Wm, Saverton 

Wulfecammer F & Co, Scheursburg 
Flurry & Cartey, 
Jacobs A M, 



Donaldson J V, 
Veal & Lucas, 
Copenhaner J, 
Miller M O, 
Pheifer, 
Fey, 

Able John, 
Bruner Absalom, 
Saflel F C & Bro, 
Wylie W C & Son, 
Wingo John & Geo, 
Bartold John, 
Bergmeyer Fred, 
Buschmeyer Chas, 
Ernst Ferdinand, 
Kemper Adam, 
Raedlein Ernst, 
RahmoUerChas, 
Schemmer Herman, 
Hill Elijah, 
Pierson Geo, 
Line E, 

Winget A & Co, 
Bandel Frank, 
Bauman George, 
Blank & Middleton, 
Bradshaw & Co, 
Carter B, 
Coleman, 
Cox T J, 
Crocker Theop, 
Dimett Adam, 
Dunster Henry, 
Fales Shepherd, 
Fife Henry, 
Hagedorn L F, 
Hipsley E, 
Liederer F, 
Pape & Krull, 
Scheneckery Joseph, 
Spain P, 
Straub E, 
Tanner J & C, 
Wiedmaer W, 
Williams W C, 
Wilmot John, 
Page J, 



Scottsville No 1 

Scottsville No 1 

Shelbina 

Shelbina 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shibley's Point 

Sidney 

Smith ton 

Somerset 

Spencerburg 

Spencerburg 

Spring Hill 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Catherines 

St Catherines 

St Francisville 

St Francisville 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stephens Store 



Sharp & Co, 
Cottey F M, 
Page Jerome J, 
Snow Wm, 
Stingley Moses, 
Thompson Wm, 
Wells E, 
Vassee W W, 
Snyder Richard, 
Brunett Wm, 
Fisher Wm H, 
Jayne Josiah & Co, 
Jewell Wm, 
Beard John & Bro, 
Cook & Shearer, 
Smith Geo, 
Van Noy Andrew, 
Richardson W R, 
McAllister J, 
Ritter & Jersinger, 
AVeigflur Frank, 
Grove Francis, 
Scherer F, 
Ellis Wm, 
Keith & Hawker, 
Penn John W, 
WesthoffWm, 
Barkman A, 
Figge H, 
Wheeler J, 
Carpenter, Kenney & 
Krull Frank, 
Leckenby Geo, 
Masterson & Co, 
White & Simons, 
Brunson Melvin, 
Loftis Thomas J, 
Clark Silas, 
Fields W, 
Carter W P, 
Nesbit John, 
Selway N P, 

French , 

Eastwood D C, 
Moss & Hill, 
McCord F, 
Haly J T, 
Bryan C M, 
Johnson Wm, 
Sivasy Simpson, 



Stephens Store 

Stewartsville 

Stewartsville 

Sticklerville 

Sweet Home 

Ten Mile 

Terre Haute 

Thomasville 

Tinney's Point 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Troy 

Troy 

Union ville 

Unionville 

Utica 

Vannoy's Point 

Victoria 

Walnut Hill 

Warrqnton 

Warrenton 

Wellsburg 

Wellsburg 

Wellsville 

Wellsville 

Wentzville 

Wentzville 

Wesley 

Wesley 

Wesley 

Co, Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

West Quincy 

West Quincy 

Whitesville 

Williamsburg 

Williamstown 

Williamstown 

Williamstown 

Wilson Town 

Wintersville 

Winthrop City 

Woodlawn 

Woodville 

Wright City 

Xenia 

Xenia 



Book Binders. 

Winchell, Ebert & Marsh, Hannibal 
Woolworth & Colt. St Joe 



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Boarding Houses. 


Cook Hiram, 


Hannibal 


Smith John, Bowline: Green 


Powers & Asher, 


Kirksville 


Johnson, 


Chillicothc 


Fowler Joseph, 


LaGrange 


Hamer Alex, 


Hannibal 


Allen T T, 


Liberty 


Holtzmann P, 


Hannibal 


Miller D S, 


Liberty 


Jones, 


Hannibal 


Hassler 8G & Bro, 


Louisiana 


Kahl F, 


Hannibal 


Robinson J E, 


Louisiana 


Morie Mary, 


Hannibal 


Patton John W, 


Macon City 


O'Grady D, 


Hannibal 


Canan Robert, 


Palmyra 


Purnell C M, 


Hannibal 


Krummel J W, 


Palmyra 


Stone Mrs, 


Hannibal 


Harrington F, 


Plattsburg 


Wilson Mrs, 


Hannibal 


Clayton & Dimmitt, 


Rocheport 


Reid James, 


LaClede 


SMITH R E & CO, 


Savannah 


Jeter Mrs, 


LaGrange 


Watts J R, 


Savannah 


Lewis Samuel, 


LaGrange 


Weatherby W W, 


Shelbina 


McChesney Henry, 


LaGrange 


Beach Jas T, 


St Joseph 


Boon Mrs, 


Louisiana 


Price John H, 


St Joseph 


Fritz J L, 


Louisiana 


WOOLWOKTH &COLT, St Joseph 


Kesling Andrew, 
AVagemann Chas, 


Macon City 
Macon City 


Kurtz Gilbert, 


Weston 






Kenison, 


Savannah 


Boot and Slioe Dealers. 


Killgore, Samuel, 


St Charles 


Netherlands, Hall & Co. Ashlev 


Ackerman Jos, 


St Joseph 


Vickroy J T, 


Bevier 


Bacon E E, 


St Joseph 


Levi M, 


Brookfield 


Bryant Mrs, 


St Joseph 


WallrufT Augustus, 


Brookfield 


Demmler John, 


St Joseph 


Stevenson W T, 


Bucklin 


Friderich & Streckebein, 


St Joseph 


Goldstein Isaacs, 


Canton 


Giebens Christ, 


St Joseph 


Levi J D, 


Canton 


Golding & Fuller, 


St Joseph 


Moses W R, 


Canton 


Grolleman Joseph, 


St Joseph 


Saunders D G, 


Chillicothe 


Herbert & Gogle, 


St Joseph 


Bernard J C, 


Chillicothe 


Hudnet Mrs, 


St Joseph 


Hicks, Terry & Moss, 


Clarksville 


Kratt J, 


St Joseph 


Jamison A T, 


Clarksville 


Mahornay C W, 


St Joseph 


Whittle Thos, 


Columbia 


Miller D, 


St Joseph 


Pardiew R, 


Crab Orchard 


Norman Franklin, 


St Joseph 


Willingford W P, 


DeKalb 


O'Connel Michael, 


St Joseph 


Coleman Robt & Co, 


Edina 


Richardson John, 


St Joseph 


Musser & Werley, 
Fisher & Martin, 


Edina 


Thornton Thos, 


St Joseph 


Frankfort 


Turner Caroline, 


St Joseph 


Pitt J D, 


Frankfort 


Wages Mrs S R, 


St Joseph 


Diechman C H, 


Fulton 


Kelly Mrs, 


War ronton 


Wynn T P, 
Hutchinson & Co, 


Gallatin 


Beauford Mrs D, 


Weston 


Glasgow 


Hunt C G, 


Weston 


Witmer Jacob, 


Green Top 
Hannibal 


Rich Christian, 


Weston 


Aronson Morris, 


Fogel J, 


Weston 


Brittingham, Strong & Co, Hannibal 






Drescher & Payne, 
Ebinger Frederick, 


Hannibal 


Books and Stationery. 


Hannibal 


EBGEHTON D W C, 


Chillicothe 


Fitzgerald E G L, 


Hannibal 


Victor S B, 


Columbia 


Frost & Forman, 


Hannibal 


Patton T, 


Fulton 


Gibson J H, 


Hannibal 


Hawkins J W, 


GlasgoAV 


Green G R & Co, 


Hannibal 


Henderson & Son, 


Glasgow 


Holme & Co, 


Hannibal 


Roper Josc]ih, 


Glasgow 


Judge Lackey, 


Hannibal 


COLLINS GEO A, 


Hannibal 


McAtee C C & Co, 


Hannibal 



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Southard & Waller, Hannibal 

Wenze] B, Hannibal 

Montgoraei-y Bros, Hnnnewoll 

Levy, Heyman & Co, Huntsville 
Brewington D W & Bro.-*, Kirksville 

Brown & Fitch, Kirksville 

Quisenberry A, LaGrange 

lioyer A, Lancaster 

Fraher J* & J, Liberty 

Ayers & I^eville, Louisiana 

Chadwick H S, Louisiana 

Harland T J & Co, Louisiana 

Markley John S, Louisiana 

Reid Thos A, Louisiana 

Schwimmer John, Louisiana 

Bonnell & Ferris, Macon City 
Glauz, Kemper & Overall, 

Macon City 

Spring C E & Co, Macon City 

Conway R, Maryville 

Mety & Knight, Memphis 

Norris W G & Bro, Mexico 
Wolf James, Middle Grove 

Boston B T, Modena 
Hauback & Barnes, 

Montgomery City 
Lowe Wm A, New Market No 1 

Love John, New Market No 1 

Stone John, New Market No I 

Cassel & Bunker, Oregon 

Lahmer James, Oregon 

Diehl C & F, Palmyra 

Hiruer S, Palmyra 

Kelley J S, Palmyra 

Logan John, Palmyra 

Buckner & Mounce, Paris 

Gosney N G, Paris 

Kahn Fritz, Parkville 

Zarn John, Platte City 

MeraingerAE, Plattsburg 

Warfield V B Randolph 

Conover R, Savannah 

Landecker D, Savannah 

Schuster A, Savannah 

Morris G, Shelbina 

Rawlings &, True, Shelbina 

Taylor John J, Shelbina 

Angert A, St Charles 

Becker Geo, St Charles 

Kolmey Hirman, St Charles 

Hachman & Co, St Charles 

Thro J B, St Charles 

Beller A, St Joseph 

Buck V B, wholesale, St Joseph 

Edward & Kneeland, St Joseph 



Fink John P, wholesale, St Joseph 
Flemming R B, St Joseph 

Haas I & Co, wholesale, St Joseph 
HAMMAN I G & CO, Avholesale, 

St Joseph 
Haynes & Saunders, St Joseph 

Langener & Grief, St Joseph 

Mack & Thompson, St Joseph 

McGibbons S S, St Joseph 

PEIIRY S & CO, St Joseph 

Seaton T F, St Joseph 

Wenz Ernst, St Joseph 

Whiting E, St Joseph 

Whiting & Corning, wholesale, 

St Joseph 
Wertheimer A, wholesale, St Joseph 
Murdock James, Utica 

Fuller W, Weston 

Gedultig J T, Weston 

How B, Weston 

Oliphint W J, Weston 

Winzer S G, Weston 



Brewers. 



John John, 
Klett Brothers, 
Sorter Henry, 
Seibel & Autley, 
Cugel Fred, 



Brunswick 

Canton 

Fulton 

Glasgow 

Hannibal 



Schambacher Michael, Hannibal 

Smith & Saner, Kirksville 

Dasback Henry, LaGrange 

Wahl Chas, Louisiana 
STEINBRECHER KARL & CO, 
Macon City 

Kraus T & P Maryville 
Hibbert J H, Montgomery City 

Anton Herner, Palmyra 

Somerhalmer Roland, Rockport 

Heil & Pritzel, St Charles 

Reunge & Ileuser, St Charles 

Schaetfer Ernestina, St Charles 

Goetz M K & Co, St Joseph 

Islaub Frederich, St Joseph 

Keechlc Joseph, St Joseph 

Nunneng Henry St Joseph 

Wengendr & Reidinger, St Joseph 

Cull & Diederichs, Utica 

Graf Christian, Warrentou 

Kunsr A, Weston 



Brick Mamifjicturers. 

Carson J J, Chillicothe 

Skelsey & Hinton, 



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Andrews Edward, 


Glasgow 


McClintock Win, 


Glasgow 


Coffraan A R, 


Hannibal 


Loomis & Ward, 


Hannibal 


Shannon George, 


LaGrange 


Holt Richard M, 


Macon City 



Mitchell W C, Montgomery City 

ARMSTRONG C P, 

New Market No 1 

Wood Mathew, O'Fallon 

Kyle J, Oregon 

Sprague A D, Palmyra 

Davis & Alexander, Paris 

Baughman Henry, St Charles 

Weeke C, St Charles 

Boon Hiram, St Joseph 

Cox James, St Joseph 

Western Pressed Brick Co, St Joseph 

Ransom Wm, St Joseph 

Ritchie & Bro, St Joseph 

Selecman & Sain, St Joseph 

Tibbetts & Jenkins, St Joseph 

Turner John, St Joseph 

Wildbelder & Matt, St Joseph 

Faulconer John H, Warrentou 

Broom Manufacturers. 

Hinckley Enoch, Alexandria 

Richmond , Hannibal 

Milam & Clarkson, Macon City 

Kail Simon W, Maysville 

Dauckmeyer Charles, St Joseph 



Button Store. 


West Mrs R, 


St Joseph 


Cabinet Makers and 


Dealers in 


Furniture. 




Bivart J W, 


Albany 


Canan Wm M, 


Albany 


Meincke Wm, 


Alexandria 


Richardson Henry, 


Bedford 


Lutts John P, 


Bethanv 


Hart G B, Breckenridgo 


Culver L F & Co, 


Brookfield 


Mathews , 


Brookfield 


Carter Andrew, 


Brooklyn 


Dodd , 


Brunswick 


Forclat & Co, 


Bucklin 


PACKARD € E & CO, 


Cameron 


Dussair P, 


Canton 


GerlofFHeinricb, 


Canton 


Horner F A, 


Canton 


Jacobs W D, 


Carroll ton 



CHEATHAM E R, Chillicothe 

Hartig Frank, Chillicothe 

Missmann W H, Chillicothe 

Seay & Smith, Chillicothe 

Trent F W, Chillicothe 

Vosburgh J S, Chillicothe 

Hicks, Terry & Moss, Clarksville 

Gallaner J C, Columbia 

Powers Thos C, Columbia 

Grain Henry, DeWitt 

Pickens Thos P, Edina 

Major S C, sr, Fayette 

Schmurk M, Fayette 

Robinson & Platter, Forest City 

Jameson & Mclntyre, Fulton 

Boggs D, Gallatin 

Elwood Lewis, Gallatin 

Lewis E & Co, Gallatin 

Selby Sereno, Gallatin 

M inter ■ , Glasgow 

Wengler Wm, Glasgow 

Park Lewis, Harrisonville 

SHALLABERGER& GOOD- 

MAN, Hamilton 

Davidson Wm, Hannibal 

Guile & Brown, Hannibal 

Schultze H C, Hannibal 

Whiting Bros & Co, Hannibal 

Rice A W, ^ Kidder 

Jamieson J G, Kirksville 

Pollock Geo S & Bros Kirksville 

FELT & SEATON, LaClede 

Samstag Mrs, LaGrange 

Baker M, Lancaster 

Edwards J, Liberty 

Glenn L, Liberty 

Smith & McFarland, Liberty 

Barnes G AY & Elwood, Lindley 

Hanson Peter T, Louisiana 

Templeton & Gentry, Louisiana 

Renner G F, Macon City 

Reichel Phillip, Macon City 

AVhite & Humphreys, Macon City 

Whitaker Levi, Madisonville 

Chamness & Tignor, Maryville 

Lynor Wm, Maryville 

Lupton Joseph, Mexico 

Wade & Leonard, Mexico 

Smith Fredrick, Middle Grove 

Vermillion John, Middletown 

Walker James, Mitchellville 
Standhardt August, Montgomery City 

Wylie A M, Newark 

Chambers John, North Star 

Dabney N & W, Olio 



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Hassness A, Oregon 

Walters & Berres, Oregon 

Lee Abel, Osborn 

Nye Moses, Oxford 

Drake S D, Palmyra 

Gross Peter, Palmyra 

Nichol H, Palmyra 

Spaulding W E, Paris 
Forquer & McElherron, Parkville 

Renike G, Parkville 

Norcross & Dobbins, Princeton 

Riley James M, Plattsburg 

Wilson J J, Plattsburg 

Klein M, Portland 

Simmons Samuel, Richmond 

Draper CTCorge, Roanoke 
BRADFORi) WARD, Savannah 

Wassmar C, Savannah 

Miller Charles, Shelbina 

Martin J S, Shelbina 

Stewart J G, Shelbyville 

Salava J A, Shibley's Point 

Otto Solomon, Sloan's Point 

Sloan J H, Sloan's Point 

Hegnett H, Spencerburg 

Lowe John, Spring Hill 

Johanpeter Herman, St Charles 

Kemper H W, St Charles 

Bergman Wm, St Charles 
Brondel Julius & Daniel, St Joseph 

Chaillott Frederick, St Joseph 

Hax Louis, St Joseph 

Hax & Nieman, St Joseph 

Leonard Samuel, St Joseph 
Talbot S D & Co, second hand, 

St Joseph 

Waterman C, St Joseph 

Lowe John, Utica 

Schmidt A, Weston 

Currens Stephen, Weston 

Brown I W, Wintersville 



Calciminiiig. 



Jones John, 



St. Joseph 



Carpenter. 



Baldwin J B, 
Beard C, 
Butts John, 
O'Bannon Samuel, 
Spellman, 
Geerge Wra, 
Lucas J W, 
Combs T O, 



Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Bevier 

Bevier 

Breckeuridse 



Chapman J W, 
Davis John W, 
Everson J T, 
Hughes J S, 
Lake & Hobson, 
McGregor & Scales, 
Gillespie Wm, 
Mitchell F H,_ 
Oxberger Louis, 
Venable P J, 
Wagner Wm, 
Wyres J L, 
Allison S, 
Butler, 
English S A, 
Smith John, 
Culver c% Hockenbury, 
Scovill Seymour, 
Collins Wm R, 
Morton Thomas, 
Moore & Williams, 
Shook John, 
Williams R B, 
Culver E W, 
Kelsey A T, 

Pagen , 

Carlisle & Buckel, 
McAlister R B, 
Strumer August, 
Ebers Herman, Dardene 
Bradley W, 

Crumpacker , 

Soper Wm, 

Thomas , 

McAuliffe Wm, 
McGraw Wm, 
Page J, 

Sherman John, 
Ball Alex, 
Ballard Geo, 
Miller P Q, 

MiHer ,_ 

Reich Ignacious, 
Smith Thos, 
Flinchpaugh John, 
Lockhead Andrew, 
Wilson Thomas J, 
HOGG J OLIVER, 
Clayton Thos J, 
Hinge Edward, 
Hooge John, 
Sisk S & A, 
Hickman Wm, 
Scratch J & S, 
Anderson Charles G, 



Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Bucklin 

Callao 

Callao 

Callao 

Cameron 

Cameron 

Canton 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarence 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Cottleville 

or St Peters 

DeKalb 

DeKalb 

DeKalb 

DeKalb 

Edina 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Fayette 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Hannibal 

Ilannibal 

Hannibal 

Hardin 

Hardin 

High Hill 

High Hill 

Hunnewell 

Hunuewell 

Huntsville 



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Briggs A E, 


Kahoka 


Hubbard T W, 


Monroe City 


Kramblin John, 


K ah oka 


Overstreet & Bro, 


Montgomery City 


Merritt C, 


Kahoka 


Overstreet E B, 


Montgomery City 


Row P, 


Kahoka 


Rowe John S, 


Montgomery City 


Arnold C, 


Kirks ville 


Sullivan D M, 


Montgomery City 


Ancill Peter, 


Kirksville 


Roberts & Jones, 


New Cambria 


Greenstreet Thomas, 


Kirksville 


Newland M, 


Old Alexandria 


Grisby Jessie, 


Kirksville 


Tate Riley & Fairfax, Olio 


Gardner John, 


Kirksville 


Davis F, 


Oregon 


Hawn M W, 


Kirksville 


Webster Philander 


Osborn 


Jillet Stephen, 


Kirksville 


Eakle John P, 


Palmyra 


Jennings James, 


Kirksville 


Gentry David, 


Palmyra 


Kimble Charles, 


Kirksville 


Heinze Christian, 


Palmyra 


McAuliff, John, 


Kirksville 


Heinze J F, 


Palmyra 


Orr David, 


Kirksville 


Kimmel Augustus, 


Palmyra 


Quintell Peter, 


Kirksville 


Johnson Andrew, 


Palmyra 


Scott James, 


Kirksville 


Kratz H A, 


Palmyra 


Tull H M, 


Kirksville 


Kratz John W, 


Palmyra 


Voorhies & Rowlison, 


Kirksville 


Means Wm S, 


Palmyra 


Ballard W R, 


LaClede 


Thos Ross, 


Palmyra 


Earl George, 


LaClede 


Schneider Wm, 


Palmyra 


Havens , 


LaClede 


Bean D 0, 


Paris 


Hutchinson S C, 


LaClede 


Braffet John, 


Princeton 


Kennedy F, 


LaClede 


Payne & Collins, 


Plattsburg 


Quinton , 


LaClede 


Howell James 0, 


Rochcport 


Read A H, 


LaClede 


HalettA J, 


Rocheport 


Rhodes , 


LaClede 


Phillips L G, 


Rocheport 


Ridson A, 


LaClede 


Fairbane J B, 


Santa Fe 


Bohon W S, 


LaGrange 


Bariteau & Dinwiddie, Savannah 


Bohon & Barker, 


LaGrange 


Elliot James, 


Savannah 


Ferris & Marks, 


LaGrange 


Laten Charles, 


Savannah 


Hutton & Jarrett, 


LaGrange 


Glasscock Lemuel, 


Saverton 


AVattman & Shepherd, 


LaGrange 


Young James W, 


Saverton 


Stribling , 


Lakenan 


French & Jenks, 


Shelbina 


Grant R, 


Lancaster 


Palmer Wm, 


Sliclbina 


Rhodes J, 


Lancaster 


Thomas & Saunders, Shelbina 


Bailey , 


Linneus 


Weatherby Charles 


^ Shelbina 


Hill & Soward, 


Louisiana 


Engle S P, 


Shelbyville 


Mahaffey Gabriel, 


Louisiana 


Ralf James, 


Shelbyville 


Pew W M, 


Louisiana 


Texado ct Co, 


Shelbyville 


Smith & Pew, 


Louisiana 


Salava J A, 


Shil)ley's Point 


Bentley Benj, 


Macon City 


Richards , 


Spring Hill 


Forbes Wm, 


Macon City 


Bernhardt Henry, 


St Charles 


Orr , 


Macon City 


Bloebaum Ernst, 


St Charles 


Ward & Dean, 


Macon City 


Kister & Myers, 


St Charles 


Willard J, 


IMacon City 


IMcDowell , 


St Charles 


Davis Edwin, 


Maysville 


Neiderhelman Casper, St Charles 


Peacock John, 


Maysville 


Batchelor A, 


St Catherines 


Edwards G ^Y, 


Mexico 


Allen R K, 


St Joseph 


Potts & Sullinger, 


Mexico 


Baker C, 


St Joseph 


Fagan Thomas, 


Mexico 


Cole & McMahon, 


St Joseph 


Branham J R, 


Middle Grove 


DECLUE & SHIYEL, St Joseph 


Ellis J H, 


Middle Grove 


Evans John C, 


St Joseph 


Ownby George, 


Middle Grove 


Fetzer C, 


St Joseph 


Hawkins F S, 


Monroe City 


Fitzgerald Michael 


, St Joseph 



300 s. B. wyckoff's 



D. E. LYNDS, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Wall Paper, Window Shades, 

FIXTOEES, CORD, TASSELS, AP CORNICES, 

FlllfS, Oils, WllliW e-MSB, 

Paint Brushes, Tube and Can jPaints. 

HOUSE, STGrN A. iST D 






filmll 



and Pape:s? Hanging^ 

"Amh Bloek," lo. 143 Maine S.treet, 

NORTH SIDE, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH STREETS, 



\|^^ Particular attention paid to SIGN and FRESCO 
Painting, in any part of the country. 



JB@" Also, Windoiv Glass for Store Fronts^ Gas Latnps 
and all irregular sixes furnished and cut to order. 



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Hopkins & Wise, 
Lusiv C J, 
Miller E, 
Oder James, 
Scott A, 
Stiles A J, 
Stigers L S, 
Tracy Jas M, 
Wilson John W, 
Ford & Boyl, 
Shivel C F, 
Stobaugh & Co, 
Benson James, 
Smith W H, 
Russell Wra, 
Smith Elias, 
Shaub Jacob, 
Tisserand John P, 
Diblcr Louis, 

Keller , 

Owens John, 
Baker C, 

Crowder & McDuff, 
Brown & Foster, 



St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Josejih 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stephens' Store 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Utica 

Utica 

Warrenton 

Warren ton 

Wellsville 

Wentzville 

Wentzville 

Wesley 

Weston 

Winthrop City 



Carpet Store. 

Rowley C A, wholesale, St Joseph 

-m m i<ii — o 

Carriage Makers and Dealers. 

Shafer James, Alexandria 

Johnson I T, Canton 

Milton M, Columbia 

Mitchell Alex, Fayette 

Spaunhorst Jno A, Fulton 

Derring Thos, Gallatin 

Irvin Alex, Gallatin 

Osborn H B, Glasgow 
Bartlett, Elliot & Burns, Liberty 

Bartlett ]\I H, Liberty 

Stout F B, Louisiana 

Cardwell & Doolln, Mexico 
Vanarsbal W C, Middle Grove 

Dooly & Con, Palmyra 
Huggard, Scott & Co, Plattsburg 

Ward J S, Plattsburg 

Ehrig Conrad, St Charles 

Frazer & Co, St Joseph 

Studebaker & Bro, St Joseph 

Williams W E, St Joseph 

Terwileger S, Weston 



Carriage Trimmers. 



Greissner G A, 



Weston 



Cliair Makers. 

Barrett W O, Ashley 

Agnew S B, Louisiana 

Mull Benj, ^ Louisiana 
Cox James, * Pleasant View 

Chiirelies. 

Methodist South, Albany 

Presbyterian, Albany 

Catholic, Brcokfield 

Congregationalist, Brookfield 
Presbyterian Cumberland, Callao 

Methodist Episcopal, Callao 

Catholic, Chillicothe 

Christian Disciples, Chillicothe 

Methodist North, Chillicothe 

Methodist South, Chillicothe 

Missionary Baptist, Chillicothe 

Presbyterian Old School, Chillicothe 

Methodist, Clarksville 

Presbyterian Old School, Clarence 

Catholic Dardenne 

Methodist, Eagleville 

Methodist South, Flint Hill 

Metliodist South, Ft Henry 

Methodist Episcopal, Halleck 

German Free, Holstein 

Lutheran, Holstein 

Disciples, Huntsville 

Methodist South, Huntsville 

Presbyterian, Keytesville 

Baptist, LaGrange 

Catholic, Louisiana 

Christian, Louisiana 
Cumberland Presbyterian, Louisiana 



Methodist Episcopal, 
Baptist Missionary, 
Presbvterian O S, 
Catholic, 

Methodist of color, 
Methodist Episcopal, 
Baptist colored, 
Presbyterian O S, 
German Methodist, 
Methodist South, 
Baptist, 
Catholic, 
Baptist, 
Disciples, 
Methodist North, 
Methodist South, 
Presbyterian O S, 
Christian Disciples, 
Disciples, 
Methodist Episcopal, 



Louismna 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Marthasville 

Marthasville 

Martinsburg 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Middlebury 

Middletown 

Middletown 

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Baptist, 


Millersburg 


Disciples, 


Millersburg 


Missionary Baptist, 


Millersburg 


Episcopal, 


Monroe City 


Misssionary Baptist, 


Mt Airy 


Lutheran, 


New Melle 


Lutheran, 


Palmyra 


Disciples, 


Palmyra 


Episcopal, 


Palmyra 


Presbyterian S, 


Palmyra 


Baptist, 


Palmyra 


Catholic, 


Palmyra 


Christian Church, 


Paris 


Methodist, 


Pinkney 


Catholic, Portage De Sioux 


Baptist, 


Roanoke 


Methodist, 


Roanoke 


Disciples, 


Salisbury 


Christian Disciples, 


Savannah 


Methodist North, 


Savannah 


Presbyterian S, 


Savannah 


Presbyterian N S, 


Savannah 


Catholic, 


St Charles 


Lutheran Emanuel, 


St Charles 


German Independent, 


St Charles 


St Paul Lutheran, 


St Charles 


Methodist North, 


St Charles 


Methodist South, 


St Charles 


Presbyterian, S, 


St Charles 


Baptist, 


St Joseph 


Christian, 


St Joseph 


Episcopal, 


St Joseph 


Methodist German, 


St Joseph 


Lutheran, 


St Joseph 


Methodist Episcopal 


St Joseph 


Methodist South, 


St Joseph 


Methodist North, 


St Joseph 


Methodist colored. 


St Joseph 


Catholic of 


St Joseph 


Presbyterian S, 


St Joseph 


Presbyterian Westminister, St Joseph 


Baptist, 


Thomasville 


Baptist, 


Trenton 


Discijiles, 


Trenton 


Disciples, 


Weston 


Lutheran, 


Weston 


Presbyterian, 


Weston 


Catholic, 


Weston 


Catholic of Holy Trinity 


, Weston 


Christian Disciples, 


AVeston 


Episcopal, 


Weston 


Disciples. 


Whitesville 



Cider Manufacturer. 
SCHRAMM OSCAR, St Joseph 



Circuit Clerks. 



Stewart C H, 
Grantham Robt, 
Austin W T, 
Gates E O, 
Baker John, 
Love James S, 
Terhune John C, 
CLARK J P, 
Jeffries T B, 
Smith Russell, 
Tufts F M, 
Allen E L, 
Winchell H H, 
Maher Joseph, 
Martin A H, 
Reiche Gustav, 



Fayette 

Gallatin 

Huntsville 

Kirksville 

Lancaster 

Liberty 

Maryville 

Mexico 

Monticello 

Newark 

New Market, No 1 

Oregon 

Palmyra 

St Charles 

Troy 

Warrenton 



Circuit Judges. 

Burckharrty G H, Huntsville 

Fagg T J C, Louisiana 

Herron Wm, Savannah 

Edwards Wm W, St Charles 

Clergymen. 

Zumwalt , Albany 

Sexsmith John, Alexandria 

Jones George M, Bevier 

Laughlin A D, Bevier 

Scott E J, Brookfield 

Prun Wm, Brunswick 

Patton Mathew C, Callao 

Otterman Wm, Cameron 

Hogan , Chillicothe 

Hildreth W, Chillicothe 

Hopkins Rev J H, Chillicothe 

Vincil Rev J D, Chillicothe 

Waldin Rev W W, Chillicothe 

Steed Rev, Clarence 

Pilcher Rev, Clarksville 
Sounenshein, Dardenne or St Peters 

Williams M, DeKalb 

Stone James, Eagleville 

Tarwater Rev, Flint Hill 

JNIontgomcry J, Fulton 

Huflliker Samuel, Gallatin 

Smith Rev, Gallatin 

Shores Rev, Gallatin 

McCready D A, GlasgoAV 

Quarlcs Jas A, Glasgow 

Swinney Rev O, Glasgow 

Hill Isaac, Halleck 

Foss , Hamilton 

Caughlin J W, Hannibal 



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Cornin Father, 
Dunn J W, 
Fuller O S, 
Leighton John, 

Meyers , 

Sturtevant J M, 
Vandevernter C T, 
Kiess Conrad, 
Perkins G G, 
Thompson J G, 
Boyd J S, 
Cooly R, 
Dodds H H, 
Lawson E H, 
Leach Joshua, 
Hamilton Rev Guy, 
Seward E B, 
Cook J F, 
Denton Rev, 
Dunlap Rev, 
Hanley Rev, 
Shepard Thomas, 
Shibble Rev, 
Todd Rev, 
Williams O, 
Bogle O S, 
Clark Thomas, 
Caldwell Rev, 
Comfort Rev, 
Patten Mathew, 
Gaither H A, 
Dudley James, 
Farren Rev, 
Marshall McElhaney, 
Mount] oy Rev, 
Pedelupe J B, 
Symington Rev, 
Scheetze F B, 

O'Nejl , 

Martin Isaac, 
Tatlow T H, 
Beggs F S, 
Smith N H, 
Borland Rev, 
Corbin Wm B, 
Finlev J P, 
Miller Father, 
Newland Wm BI, 
Strong Saml L, 
Woodward C, 
Murphy Rev J D, 
Phillips Preston, 
Shackelford D R, 
Burton Wm M, 
Haines John W, 



Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Holstein 

Kidder 

Kidder 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

LaClede 

LaClede 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Lancaster 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Maysville 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Monroe City 

Montgomery City 

Newark 

Newark 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Princeton 

Princeton 

Rocheport 

Rocheport 

Rocheport 

Salisbury 

Santa Fe 



Boyle J T, 
Frazee J E, 
Hopkins J W, 
Stryker W M, 
Priest Wm, 
Gillis J M, 
Burns Geo M, 
Roselle Edward, 
Grapener J H V, 
Phillips Father, 
Slater Rev, 
Stanber T J, 
McCane C, 
Perry W O H, 
Yates Joseph, 

Carlton , 

Burr A, 

Batte Algernon, 
Lillen Kamp, 
Sherwood E B, 



Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Saverton 

Shelbina 

Shibley's Point 

Spring Hill 

St. Charles 

St Charles 

St Catherines 

St Catherines 

Stewartsville 

Stewartsville 

Stewartsville 

Utica 

Utica 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 



Clotliieg Mercliaiits. 



Kuh & Bro, 
Pressell, agt, 
Walters J M, 
Levi M, 

Burk T T & Son, 
Goldstein & Lsaac, 
Berg & Co, 
Elle G, 

LEACH BRO, 
Nusbaum M, 
Hick, Terry & Moss, 
VogleS&'H, 
Gotleib & Hysinger, 
Morrison & Robertson, 
Swacker Noah, 
Arouson Morris, 
Birkenstein S, 
Harris G, 
Morris Israel, 
Rosenberg A M, 
Settles & Helm, 
Hainsfurther & Cohen, 
Levy, Heyman & Co, 
Baum Joseph, 
Rosen & Rich, 
Goldman M, 
Wanck Harvey, 
Harland T J & Co, 
Jacobs & Michael, 
Richmond & Co, 
Schwimmer John, 
Straus L R, 
Tree Joseph, 



Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Brookfield 

Bucklin 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Glasgow 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 

Kirksville 

LaClede 

Liberty 

Linneus 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 



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Herbst <k Leon, Mexico 
Hanback & Barnes, 

Moutgomery City 

Colin Morris, Palmyra 

Menge C, Palmyra 

Thompson E J, Palmyra 

Buckner & Mounce, Paris 

Woolbridge David, Paris 

Phillips, Rochester 

Conover Pi, Savannah 

Landecker, Savannah 

Schuster A, Savannah 

Adams W, Shelbina 

Baum L, Shelbina 

Carley Felix J, Shelbyville 

Gro::rg Benj, Shelbyville 

KEMPER HENRY, St Charles 

Kingsbury li L, St Charles 

Bamberger S & Co, St Joseph 

Berner Louis, St Joseph 

Brausfield & Colier, St Joseph 

Cahn & Gottleib, St Joseph 
CONNELLY T & CO, wholesale, 

St Joseph 

Dulac A, St Joseph 

Freidenheit G, St Joseph 

Hallo & Elle, St Joseph 

Jacobs & Co, St Joseph 

Judah Meyer, St Joseph 

Kantrowitz & Co, St Joseph 

Kahn & Co, St Joseph 
Lemon, Hosea & Co, wholesale, 

St Joseph 

MAY, WEIL & CO, " St Joseph 

McDonald R L & Co, St Joseph 

Rothchild & Bro, St Joseph 

Stern & Rosenblatt, St Joseph 

Villa & Dulac, St Joseph 

Hobbs A J & Co, Trenton 

Frank J, Weston 

Freeland B F, Weston 

Gerner & Frank, Weston 

Graves S E & C W, Weston 



rroprietors of Coal Mines and 

Dealers in Coal. 
GODFREY C & CO, Bcvier 

MORTON J N, Hamilton 

GODFREY C & CO, Hannibal 
ELLIOTT WM H, St Catherines 



Murry & McVey, Chillicothe 

Hicks, Terry & Moss, Clarksville 
Greathouse & Watson, Hannibal 

Hershley H H, Hannibal 

Ssaton L B, Hannibal 

McAdoo Joseph, Huntsville 

Quisenburry A, LaGrange 

Mathews D F, Louisiana 

Slaughter N, Louisiana 

Benedict & Morris, Macon City 

Spring C E & Co, Macon City 

Garrett S F, Savannah 

Rawlings & True, Shelbina 

Taylor John J, Shelbina 

Deuker Henry, St Charles 

DOUGLAS J & BRO, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 
KETCHAM H B, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 
Pinger & Douglas, St Josej)!! 

Freeland B F, Weston 

Collar Shops. 

Fisher •& Huntington, St Joseph 

Lindell C, St Joseph 



China, Glass and Qneensware. 

Durkoc tt Owsley, Canton 

WINTON D L, Canton 



College Presidents. 


Mitchell James, College IMound 


Rothwell Wm, 


Huntsville 


Cook Rev J F, 


LaGrange 


Vineyard B W, 


Liberty 


Corbvn Rev Wm B, 


Palmyra 


Newland WmM, 


Palmyra 


Rhoades R M, 


Palmyra 


Carter J W, 


Paris 


Strothers , 


St Charles 


Vernon Rev L M, 


St Charles 


Bryant Thos J, 


St Joseph 


Robinson James H, 


St Joseph 


Rice E V, 


Troy 


Kuhl Philip, 


Warrenton 


GOODALE RET G W, 


Weston 


Collectors. 




Mead Chas V, 


Chillicothe 


Henry Thomas, 


St Joseph 


Price Wm A, 


St Joseph 


Schuster A N, 


St Joseph 



Colleges, Seminaries and Higli 

Schools. 
Brunswick, Brunswick 



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■Christian University, Canton 

DeSoto Seminary, Canton 

Methodist Episcopal Seminary, 

Canton 
McGee, College Mound 

Danville Female Academy, Danville 
St Joseph Acad, by Loretto Sisters, 

Edina. 
St Jo. Acad. Loretto Sisters, Hannibal 
Mt Pleasant Baptist, Huntsville 

LaGrange Male & Female College, 

LaG range 
Liberty Female College, Liberty 

William Jewell College, Liberty 

Audi'ain Female Seminary, Mexico 
McEihaney & Cauthorn high school, 

Mexico 
Monroe Institute, Monroe City 

Bethel College, Palmyra 

St Paul's Episcopal College, Palmyra 
Methodist Male & Female Seminary, 
Palmyra 
Paris Female Seminary, Paris 

Twyman Mrs HS select school, Paris 
Lindenwood Female Seminary, 

St Charles 
St Charles College, St Charles 

NATIONAL BUSINESS, St Joseph 
Sacred Heart, St Joseph 

Christian Institute, Troy 

Western Educational Institute, 

Warren ton 
WESTON INSTITUTE, Weston 



Confectioneries. 



Watson Bros, 
Marley & Gutheridge, 
Hinchman Jas T, 
Buehrer Wm, 
Axton Calvin, 
Mountain S P, 
Ingraham & Truog, 
King Daniel, 
Mangold Sarah, 
Reeder Joseph, 
Young E G, 
Mayfield M, 
Blassing Wm, 

Franklin , 

Stine & How, 
Goodin Abner, 
Riggs David, 
Hess J ISI, 
Jansen R W, 
McDaniel Wm, 



Alexandria 

Brookfield 

Callao 

Canton 

Carrollton 

Carrollton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Danville 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Graham 

Hamilton 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 



Pickeu & Harris, 
Pierson & Best, 
Russell Sarah S, 
Otto & Miller, 
Wirick & Straley, 
Jacobs & Rogers, 
Elphick Mrs, 
Henson H, 
Leopold C J, 
Sigmunt Joseph D, 
Parks Wm O, 
Bilshe Wm C, 
Cody J H & Co, 
Hassen Wm, 
True Thos J, 
Wilkinson J E, 
Vinand Charles, 
Tate Z & W H, 
Baskins T, 
Hawkins W, 
Mitchell S, 
Huggins & Bro, 
Walker John C, 
Keeling Bradley, 
Bush John, 
Emerson Wm, 
Atterbury & Ford, 
Hiles J J & Co, 
Geiser Matthias, 
Germean Louis, 
Pfeiffer Henry, 
Bandel Wm, 
Barboe Louis, 
Faulhaber Jacob, 
Lamport Mrs J, 
Marechal Auguste, 
Nicoll Charles E, 
Prey G, 

Revelon Gustav, 
Schott W, 



Hannibal 
Hannibal 
Hannibal 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 

Kirksville 

LaGrange 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Mexico 

Olio 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Parkville 

Quitman 

Shelbina 

Shelbyville 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 



Vegely Aug, wholesale St Joseph 
Vegely & Kneer, St Joseph 

Wagner A, St Joseph 

WEATHEEHEA© TMOMAS, 

St Joseph 
Wright M V, St Joseph 

Speed R B, Warrenton 



Constables. 
Subiett G E, 
Jourdan H 
Brown Jacob, 
Wilson W E, 
Tansell E H, 
Mitchell , 



Alexandria 

Bridgeport 

Bucklin 

Canton 

Civil Bend 

Curryville 



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Bynum , 

Irvin Alexander, 
Fitzpatrick James, 
Fleming >Stephem H, 

Jenkins , 

Willis R B, 
Ilurlbut Jolin B, 
Sizemorc \V D, 
Henliam John, 
Murphy James T, 
Clifton H T, 
Spencer J J, 
HAWKINS G A, 
Cary James, 
Sloan Albert D, 
Gohun G K, 
Wernix H, 
Wilkening John, 
Thornton James H, 
Culver Ira, 
TAYLOR W Mil, 
Hague A R, 
Lucas Wm, 



Fayette 

Gallatin 

Glasgow 

Halleck 

Jacksonville 

Kirksville 

LaClecle 

Lancaster 

Louisiana 

Marthasville 

Martinsburg 

Mexico 

Middle Grove 

Monroe City 

Newark 

New Market, No 1 

Ordleheid's Store 

Finkney 

Rocheport 

Salisbury 

Shelbina 

Stewartsville 

Wentzville 



Coopers. 

Stinson Peter, 
Sasse Louis, 
Lloyd S M & Co, 
Nelson R W, 
Reeder Phillip 
Haywood Lewis W, 
Parker Jonas, 
Burkhard Fred, 
Heath H C, 
Hagan Thomas, 
Roth George, 
Sheidker Barney, 
Smith James J, 
Stickmann Henry, 
CASHMAN J M, 
McLean G W, 
Shepard Adam, 

ESPEY ROBERT, 

Craig Elijah, 
Fletcher Benj, 
Schroeder Henry, 
Riddle Benjamin, Lion 
Manson D, 
Barron Henry, 
Turner M, 
Maag Casper, 
Schmitt Jacob, 
Haskall George, 
Pflum Charles, 
Bandouin Benj, 



Albany 

Brunswick 

Canton 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Clarksville 

Gentryville 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

:gomery City 

Oregon 

Princeton 

Rocheport 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Saver [on 

Shelbina 

St Charles 



Decker Bernard, 
Gardiner George, 
Short Michael, 
Dunn INIichael, 
Gahnt Peter, 
Broyles & Frisbie, 
Kurtz Joseph, 



St Charles 
St Charles 
St Charles 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
Stewartsville 
Weston 



Coppersmiths. 

ROLLER & ROESSNER, St Joseph 



Coroners. 



Taylor T J, 
Cotty I W, 
Rood O C, 



Gallatin 

Newark 
St Charles 



County Assessors. 

Weinreben Fred, Cottleville 

Parsons H R, Newark 

Ruge Henry, Warrenton 

County Clerks. 

BRYANT H 0, Bethany 

Agnew J C, Edina 

Herndon A J, Fayette 

McGee J H, Gallatin 

Schafer J C, Huntsville 

Felton A M, Lancaster 

Brining William, Liberty 

Jackson Joseph Maryville 

McDonald Sterling, Memphis 

Locke B L, Mexico 

Starr N D, Monticello 

Agnew James C, Newark 

Davis W B, Oregon 

Waugh JC, Palmyra 

Bruere Gustavo, St Charles 

Cuke F C, Troy 

Block George, Warrenton 

County Judges. 

Bristoe Wm, Gallatin 

Bear Peter, Gallatin 

Coffee , Gallatin 

Burton Samuel, Huntsville 

Gooding Joseph, Huntsville 

Terrill James, Huntsville 

Gregg Andrew, Kirksville 

Rogers Wm, Kirksville 

Shibley John, Kirksville 

Baker D, Lancaster 

Davis H, Lancaster 

Roberts D, Lancaster 

Adams I, Mexico 



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Marshall T J, 


Mexico 


Freeman W W, 


Saverton 


Morris J B, 


Mexico 


WEATHERBY C J, 


Shelbina 


Plummer Wm M, 


Newark 


ISIc^Murrv W L, 


Shelbyville 


Shultz Sylvester, 


Newark 


Evans H B, 


St Charles 


Wamslev Thos 0, 


Newark 


Fosdick Homer, 


St Joseph 


Wilcox D P, 


Palmyra 


Gunn & Darby, 


St Joseph 


Stonebarger John, 


Warren'ton 


Kessler & Fosdick, 


St Joseph 


Ulffers Heronimus, 


Warrenton 


Mackey A P, 


St Joseph 






Goodrich J C, 
Price James A, 


AVpiityvillp 


County Treasu 


rers. 

Fayette 


11 \:^i±ij/j\ x±±Kj 

Weston 


Radford T J, 






McGee H, 


Gallatin 


Distilleries. 




Gillman R G, 


Huntsville 


McConnelly James, 


Columbia 


Baker Moses, 


Lancaster 


Gerner Philip, 


DeKalb 


Rash J S, 


Monticello 


Clarksou Dr, 


LaG range 


Brewiugton D W, 


Newark 


Branham B F, 


Mexico 


Murch A, 


Palmyra 


Hutchinson & Chancelor 




Hug Charles, 


St Charles 


Missouri City 


Wing Frederick, 


Troy 


ELLIOTT WM H, St Catherines 


Jackman Greenup, 


Warrenton 


Hirschler C & Co, St Francisville 






Otten & Co, 
Holliday David, 
Perry B W, 


St Joseph 
Weston 
Weston 


Dentists. 




Kelly J C, 


Brookfield 
Brunswick 






Noel A E, 


-n. <o e— 




Watt C R, 


Canton 


Dress Makers. 


SHERMAN J H, 


Chillicothe 


Truax IMatilda A, 


Brookfield 


STEVENS E W, 


Chillicothe 


Venable Mrs J, 


Brunswick 


Reynolds F 11, 


Clarksville 


Triplett & Weatherwax, 


Clarksville 


Hubbard P, 


Columbia 


Foster Mrs S, 


Glasgow 


Morse G S, 


Columbia 


Moore & Heath, 


GlasgoAV 


Leland J D, 


Fayette 


Carrell Mrs, 


Hannibal 


Lewellen W B, 


Florida 


Moore John S, 


Hannibal 


Waller & Brewer, 


Fulton 


Moore Mrs Josephine, 


Hannibal 


Smith M N, 


Gallatin 


Streeter Mrs, 


Hannibar 


Hickerson M, 


Glasgow 


Waugli Mrs M C, 


Hannibal 


Anderson S H, 


Hannibal 


^Vebb Mrs N, 


ILannibal 


Stocton E M, 


Hannibal 


Kennedy Miss M A, 


Kirksville 


Blunt W F, 


Huntsville 


Hiter Sarah, 


LaGrange 


Scott W A, 


Huntsville 


Jones Mrs A T, 


Louisiana 


Stevens B Q, 


Hannibal 


Miles Mrs, 


Louisiana 


Pierce I D, 


Kirks vi lie 


Revnolds S B, 


Louisiana 


Grimes Dr, 


Liberty 


Wood & Wright, 


Louisiana 


McCuen Ewd C, 


Louisiana 


Pool R C, 


!Macon City 


Smith S, 


Louisiana 


Warner Vianna, 


Mexico 


Reed & Bristor, 


Macon City 


Cammeron Mrs, 


Savannah 


Still E C, 


Macon City 


Welsh Mrs, 


Saverton 


Noll G W, 


Maysville 


Bruener Mrs, 


St Charles 


Luckie J W, 


Mexico 


Hirst M J, 


St Charles 


Hunt Joseph R, 


Newark 


Baxter A, 


St Joseph 


Taylor Edgar, 


Palmvra 


Cass M E, 


St Joseph 


Scott Thomas, 


Paris 


Cellone Mrs, 


St Joseph 


West Joseph, 


Paris 


Farris M, 


St Joseph 


Milton George, 


Princeton 


Nichols C T, 


St Joseph 


Grimes A T, 


Platte City 


Speaker Miss, 


St Joseph 



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Druggists. 

Albin Henry L, Albany 

Peery L H, Albany 

Rigney & Wood, Albany 

Williams & Bro, Albany 

Young S M, Alexandria 

Chandler O F, Allen 

Orr R S, Ashley 

Worden D S, Ashley 

Fallis Wm, Bethany 

Hillman & Newman, Bethany 

Knight Charles, Bethel 
Wyse John, Bowling Green 

HART J E, Breckenridge 

ROBERTS & SON, Brookfield 

Snow & Simpson, Brookfield 

Gillen & Downey, Brooklyn 

Cross Henry W, Brunswick 

Douglas Jas M, Brunswick 

Plunkett James, Brunswick 

Vaughan Dr, Brunswick 

Rogers & Sadler, Bucklin 

Wyatt James H, Bucklin 

Davis & Wright, Callao 
Tilton, Lockwood & Downing, Calvin 

Graves & Henton, Canton 

Sutton & Miller, Canton 

Sloan & Bro, Carroll ton 

Tucker & Smith, Carroliton 

Tull & Newman, Carroliton 

Johnston F & Co, Centralia 

Davis Baalis, Chillicothe 

Giltner John, Chillicothe 

Williams John S, Chillicothe 

Hemphill J W, Ciarksville 

Manns J A, Ciarksville 

McFarland & Farr, Ciarksville 

Banning , College Mound 

French J S, Columbia 

Gilman & Dorsey, Columbia 

yiCTOR S B, Columbia 

Lockwood George, Eagleville 

Neadham Wm B, Eagleville 

Sherwood Jesse, Edina 

Agnew S H, Edina 

Marrs William, Fairview 

Dudgeon Wm, Fayette 

Henderson Jefferson, Fayette 

Vanter A F, Florida 

Riddle Wm T, Florida 

Calhoun & Co, Forrest City 

Ayres John H, Frankfort 

Tucker W B, Fulton 

Yates Wm & Bro, Fulton 

Courter John, Gallatin 



Davis D H, 

Robberts & Son, 
Denham Thos, 
Hawkins Dr J W, 
Henderson & Sou, 
Roper Joseph, 
]\Iorgan J W, 
INIarrs Dr, 
Holmes & Patrick, 
McAdoo & Nunn, 
Bennett J E & Co, 



Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gentryville 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Graham 

Grants Hill 

Granville 

Hamilton 

Hannibal 



Brittingham L T & Bro, Hannibal 

Brown J B & Co, Hannibal 

Cheever & Bro, Hannibal 
Clayton, Johnson & Co, Hannibal 

Hornback & Finlay, Hannibal 

Russ John, Hannibal 

Thomas & Tannehill, High Hill 

Davis & Yancy, Hunnewell 

Mitchell T R, Huntsville 

McAdoo Joseph, Huntsville 

Dodson , Jacksonville 

Bateman & Caeman, Keytesville 

Hyde John & Co, Keytesville 

Norton P H, Kidder 

Davis A C, Kingston 

Asher & Lane, Kirksville 

Lane & Williams, Kirksville 

Richter & Co, Kirksville 

Pierce Ed & Son, Kirksville 

Willard A P, Kirksville 
MITCHELL & LAMME, LaClede 

Hardesty Frank S, LaGrange 

Hudson Wilson, LaGrange 

Baker <k Lambert, Lancaster 

Jones T B, Lancaster 

Allen T T, Liberty 

Hall Wm A, Liberty 

Miller D S, Liberty 

Kimlin T J, Lindley 

Goldhan & Rudder, Linneus 

Hind Robert, Louisiana 

Lapsley J T, Louisiana 

Barrow & Andrews, Macon City 

Bearce O S & Co, Macon City 

Knight A L & Co, Macon City 

Tinsley H M, Macon City 

Dooly John, Madisonville 

Stewart Geo W, Madisonville 

Ellis & Mulholland, Maryville 

Sill Henry M Maryville 

Dougherty H D, Maysville 

Brock R C & Co, Mexico 

Hunter W H D, Mexico 

Morris P M, Mexico 



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Potts & Steele, Mexico 

Brooks J M & Co, Middle Grove 

Trainer & Wright, Middletown 

Nelson & Shearer, Milan 

Dimmitt B M, Missouri City 

Harris H W, Missouri City 

McMurry John, Monroe City 
Banback & Barnes, Montgomery City 

Adams R L & Co, Monticello 

McMurry J INI & Co, Monticello 

Anderson T AY, Newark 

Tonson A A, Newark 
Brooks & McMahon, New Bloomfield 

Caldwell H, New London 

Clayton & Johnson, New London 

Johnson J J & Co, New London 

riageler &' Evins, Novelty 

Tate W, Olio 

Peter Ira, Oregon 

Hudson & Dean, Oxford 

Hinde H K, Palmyra 

Jones A, Palmyra 

Wishart R H, Palmyra 

Mappin Wm T, Paris 

Scott & Co, Paris 

Jordan Paul & Co, Parkville 

Douglass Dr, Paulville 

Wamsley L B, Paulville 

Blatchley & Truax, Princeton 

Fullerton T M, Princeton 

Yochumsen Henry, Princeton 

Burger A, Platte City 

Jenkins H, Platte City 
Harrington & Holland, Plattsburg 

McCall WS, Portland 

McLane J W, Providence 

Tuttle W M, Providence 

Alexander J R, Randolph 

Ringo Wm E, Richmond 

Gurin Michael, Roanoke 

Hays J, Roanoke 

Reiter J S, Roanoke 

Clayton & Dimmitt, Rocheport 

Ruby, Rochester 

Dillon W E, Rocheport 
Campbell & Ingraham, Salisbury 

McGirk & Philpot, Salisbury 

Marmaduke M H, Santa Fe 



McCandliss & Bigger, 



Savannah 



SMITH R E & CO, Savannah 

Wakefield M H, Savannah 

Downing & Gerard, Shell)ina 

Bell James, Shelbvville 

Shackelford C M, Shelbvville 

Pierce , Shibley's Point 



Sloan J H, 
Lard R A, 
Phillips John, 
Dewey S J, 
Copes I W & Co, 
Meyer Henry D, 
Margener A, 
Rives T L, 



Sloan's Point 

Spencerburg 

Spencerburg 

Spring Hill 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 



Crampton Tlios & Sons, St Catherines 
Tinsman & McKee, St Francisville 
COMSTOCK W H, St Joseph 

Demond John, St Joseph 

Elfred Thomas H, St Joseph 

Garlichs H IM, St Joseph 

HAYS & RICHAPtDSON,_^ 

(wholesale) St Joseph 

Kroll & Jones, St Joseph 

Lukens J H, St Joseph 

McDonald S, St Joseph 

Noyes James, St Joseph 

Penick Robt T, St Joseph 

Penick & Loving, (wholesale 

and retail, ") St Joseph 

SCHMITZ JOSEPH, St Josepli 
Smith Thos R & Co, St Joseph 

Stuppy F X, St Joseph 

Stephens T L, Stevens' Store 

CHRISMAN & CULBERTSON, 

Stewarts villo 



Cross S F, 


Sturgeon 


Cross & Holt, 


Sturgeon 


Pool H M, 


Sweet Home 


Featherston R N, 


Trenton 


Kerfoot J H, 


Trenton 


McElver H, 


Troy 


Waddie & Hutt, 


Troy 


Barret T L, 


Warrenton 


Farrow Wm, 


Warrenton 


Schararch Rudolph, 


Wellsville 


Reddin'Tton D C, 


W^eutzville 


AllisonXj W, 


Weston 


Browne Bros, 


Weston 


Oliphint J M, 


Weston 


Scholl C R, 


Williamsburg 


Ellis , 


Wilsontown 



Dry Goods. 
Pressell Daniel, agt, Alexandria 

Walters J M, Alexandria 

Spencer & Bass, Ashland 

Casebolt & Patton, Bethany 

Conduitte & Furgerson, Bevier 

MARTIN GEO W & CO, Brookfield 
Rosenstein & Hess, Brunswick 

Burk T T & Son, Bucklin 

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Rumyon N B, 
Stevenson W T, 
Sheckell & Son, 
Criswell & Jordan, 
Durkee & Owsley, 
Goldstein Isaacs, 
Levi J D ik Bro, 
Sprinkle R M, 
Wolfiu Nicholas, 
Guitar John, 
Simons & Bro, 
Hull J R, 
Berg & Co, 
Davis, Gaston & Co, 
Elle G, 
Leeper Jas, 
Murry & ]\IcVey, 
Pej^per G P, 
Saunders D G, 
Trumbo &, Hodge, 
Waters J E & Co, 
Wallbrum Bro & Co, 
Zeiile & Judell, 
Menifee Thos H, 
Shanks A W, 
Hicks, Terry & Moss, 

Livingston , 

Mackey Wm, 
Woods J M & Co, 
Gentry J B, 
Gottleib & Hysinger, 

Holbrook , 

Morrison & Robertson, 
Thurman P & Co, 
Frazer J A, 
Allen & Wilson, 
Knickerbocker, 

McLaughlin , 

Goss J P, 
Netherland & Co, 
Woodward & Botts, 
Bartley John, 
Doerries H T, 
Plensley & Harris, 
Lawther Hans, 
Ruble Louis, 
MUNN & DUNN, 
Stine & How, 
Hutchinson, 
Bailey & Maguire, 
Cook & Henderson, 
Merritt & McCrory, 
Brady John, 
Brittingham, Strong & 
Bruckman & Co, 



Bucklin 

Buck] in 

Bucklin 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Carrollton 

Carrollton 

Centralia 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarence 

Clarence 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Concord 

DeWitt 

Edina 

Fillmore 

Fillmore 

Florida 

Florida 

Florida 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Green Castle 

Harrisonville 

Harrisonville 

Hannibal 

Co, Hannibal 

Hannibal 



Burchard J F, 
Drescher & Payne, 
Cohn Bros, Jos & Jno, 
Gibson J H, 
Green G R & Co, 
Hawes & Armstrong, 
Holme & Co, 
Kaufman Israel, 
McAtee C C & Co, 
Gregg B S, 
Samuel & Chappell, 
Crooks Matthew, 
Montgomery Bros, 
Levy, Heyman & Co, 
Dougherty T, 
Heyman, Levy & Co, 
Hill Wm E, 
Baum Joseph, 



Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hibernia 

Hibernia 

Hartford 

Hunnewell 

Huntsville 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Kirksville 



Brewington D W & Bros, Kirksville 

Hart A, Kirksville 

MacKay & Stewart, Kirksville 

Parsells & Knight, Kirksville 

Ringo & Caskey, Kirksville 

Reed M L, Kirksville 

Samuels & Carroll, Kirksville 

Sherwood A & Co, Kirksville 

Welsh J M, LaClede 

Quisenberry A, La Grange 

Layman J, Lancaster 

Gordon & Raymond, Liberty 

Hedrick & Mayhor, Linneus 

Sperling E C, Linneus 

Ayers A Neville, Louisiana 

Chadwick H S, Louisiana 

Lesem & Bro, Louisiana 

Lewis Samuel L, Louisiana 

Richmond & Co, Louisiana 

Dobbins, Lewis & Co, Luray 

Walton John, Luray 

Hays Isaac, Macon City 

Benedict & Morris, Macon City 

Tracy , Macon City 

AVilson J M & S, Macon City 

Epsteins & Co, Maryville 

Meyers J W & Co, Memphis 

Ash & Hord, Milan 

Burgess & Craig, IMilan 

McDuffAS, Milan 

McQuidy W, Missouri City 
Robertson & Chancellor, 

Missouri City 

Skinner H H & Co, Missouri City 

Boston B T, Modeua 
Samuels C, Mouth of Cedar 
Overton & Tureman, New Bloomlield 



DRY 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY, 



DRY 



;ii 



Baura & Zoller, Palmyra 

Holtzclaw R & Co, Palmyra 

Lansing A B, Palmyra 

Shepherd S, Palmyra 

Smith H E, Palmyra 

Walker Wm H, Palmyra 

Summers C P, Parkville 

McClure & Co, Platte City 

James T F C, Plattsburg 

Arens D C & Co, Portland 

Brashear & Lynes, Portland 

Driller F A, Portland 

Alexander J R, Randolph 

Reed & Buskholder, Renick 

Thomas & Bottom, Renick 

McFarlaud O A & Co, Richmond 

Carpenter G, Ridgely 

Clayton, Miller & Co, Rocheport 

Frisby, Rocheport 

Harris & Hubbard, Rochepoi't 

Norris & Potts, Rocheport 

Victor Myer & Co, Rocheport 

Williams Geo & Son, Rocheport 

Stivers L B, Rockport 

LandeckerD, Savannah 

Atterbury & Loveland, Shelbiua 

Baum L, fehelbina 
Hays, West & Blackburn, Shelbina 

Miller H & Co, Shelbina 

Rawlings & True, Shelbina 

Reid Wm A cfc Co, Shelbina 

Smith O D, Shelbina 

Taylor John J, Shelbina 

Cotton & Bro, Shelbyville 

Dines & Ralf, Shelbyville 

Irwin J M & Son, Shelbyville 

]\tarmaduke & Hillias, Shelbyville 

Heasley & Harris, St Aubert 
ATKINSON BROS & CO,St Charles 

Becker George, St Charles 

Huning A R, St Charles 

KEMPER HENRY, St Charles 

Thro J B, St Charles 
Griffith W D & Co, St Francisville 
McDaniel Jesse, St Francisville 
CHAMBERS & MARNEY, 

St Joseph 

Cunningham T W, St Joseph 

Diegel Christro, St Joseph 

Eckhart Wm, St Joseph 

Eiseman Charles, St Joseph 

Epstein S & Co, St Joseph 

Hawley & Curtis, St Joseph 

Holdorf F M J, St Joseph 

Judah Meyer, St Joseph 



Lemon Hesea & Co, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 
MAY WEIL & CO, St Joseph 

McDonald R S & Co, St Joseph 

McLean & INIcDonald, St Joseph 
Openheimer A, St Joseph 

Raftery T J, St Joseph 

Rauh & Openheimer, St Joseph 

Rosenblatt Herman, St Joseph 

Rosenthal Herman, St Joseph 

Samuels , St Joseph 

Steiner B, St Joseph 

Sulzbacher A B & Co, St Joseph 

Swartz & Co, St Joseph 

Tootle, Fairleigh & Co, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 
Townsend, Lowell & Co, St Joseph 
Patten J D, Sturgeon 

Yates S A, Sturgeon 

Elston & Elson, Uuionville 

Stelle & Bramford, Unionville 

Fink & Deering, Utica 

Doppler G M, Weston 

Frank J, AVeston 

Freeland B F, Weston 

Gerner & Frank, Weston 

Meyer J & Co, AYeston 

Oliphint W J, Weston 

Woodring & Howell, Weston 

Fallington F, Williamsburg 



Dyers and Scourers. 

Baker Charles, Hannibal 

Kollatz Wm, St Joseph 



Express Agents. 

Young S M, Alexandria 

Franklin A T, Allen 

Tissue , M U, Allen 

SLEEPER E N, A M E, Bevier 
Hughes R J, A M E, Breckenridge 
Jobson Thomas, Am E, Bucklin 

Kenedv & Bro, U S E, Bu.-kliu 

Dameron J, U S & M U E, Cairo 
Richardson E H, A M E, Callao 
PACKARD C E & CO, A M E, 

Ca moron 
Eagon Wm, A M E, C^anton 

LEACH BROS, Am E, Chillieothe 
Johnson C, Am E, Clark svi lie 

Rainey H T, U S E, Columbia 

Dowers Lafayette, New Florence 

Ramsey Chas, U S E, New Florence 
Lamson Geo S, A M E, Hamilton 



312 



EXP 



S. B. WYCKOFF S 



FAN 



Suydam L S, M U E, Hannibal 

Vredenburg A B, U S & Am, " 
Bixler Geo W, U S, Hannibal 

Briscoe B K, M U E, High Hill 

Dunning A H, Am E, Huunewell 
Wirick J Q, M U E, Huntsville 

Dodson , M U E, Jacksonville 

McCanne Thomas, USE, 

Jacksonville 
Stubbs John, USE, Jonesburg 

Wyman C F, Am E, Kidder 

Sherwood A & Co, USE, Kirksville 
HAWKINS H 0, Am E, LaClede 
Bohon T B, Em E, LaGrange 

Guiley J D, Am E, Louisiana 

Gantt C C, M U E, Martinsburg 

Garrall Gus, U S E, Martinsburg 
McKee John C, M U E, Mexico 

Williams R A, agt Leach's E, " 
Blackwell H, U S E, Millville 

Bussell John, M U E, Millville 

DUDLEY ED, Am E, Monroe City 
Butler E F, U S E, 

Montgomery City 
Furguson J, M U E, 

Montgomery City 
Glenn J W, A M E, Mooresville 
Bezenberger J, U S E, O'Fallon 

Schultz & Ward, M U E, O'Fallon 
Potter N A, Am E, Osborn 

Collins J H, M U E, Roanoke 

Reiter J S, U S E, Roanoke 

Spader Wm, USE, Rushville 

Cram V, M U E, Salisbury 

Salisbury & Weber, USE, Salisbury 
Watts J R, U S E, Savannah 

Miller J W, Am E, Shelbina 

Orrick Wm D, M U E, St Charles 
STONEBRAKER A H, U S E, 

St Charles 
Crampton T & Sons, A M E, 

St Catherines 
RAYNOR J A, U S & Am E, 

St Joseph 
Smith A H, Am E, Utica 

Bothe & Del ven thai, M U E, 

Warrenton 
Livsey B, U S E, Warrenton 

Barker S M, M U E, Wellsville 

Garwood M H, U S E, Wellsville 
Reddington D C, U S E, Wentzville 
Scott & Logan, M U E, Wentzville 
Mathews J W, U S, Weston 

^K>»^«»^ 

Fancy Goods. 

Johnson J M &, Co, Louisiana 



Martin L, 
Vervalin Jane, 
Gough W H, 
Brenmer Mrs, 
Mever Augustus A, 



Louisiana 

Macon City 

Shelbina 

St Charles 

St Charles 



BAILY J W & CO, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 
KE8SLER C, St Joseph 

Fauiiiiig Mill Manufacturers. 

Dixon D B, Canton 

Dutton Edward, St Joseph 

Fish Dealers. 

Malone John, 
Brown John, 



Louisiana 
Louisiana 



Flour and Grist Mills. 

Gillespie, Kingsborough & Nelson, 

Albany 



Smith Wm, 
Moses & Harvey, 
Sisson & RusselJ, 
Schauf Christian, 
Cox Thomas, 
Gerkin & Zergler, 
Logan & Miller, 

Carey , 

King Wm, 
Rees T O, 
Reed W H, 
May P M, 
Loveland R P, 
Doughlas & Luther, 
Smith & Hickman, 
Jelley John, 
Riggs & Bro, 
Gerner Phillip, 
Martin John T, 
Gilbert David, 
Hickman A M, 
Hickman H A & Son, 
Graham J & J & G, 
Hays I W, 

Harrison, Marr & Co, 
Stettmouth, Wahl & Co, 
Coo;born Abner, 



Alexandria 

Amizonia 

Ashley 

Augusta 

Ayersville 

Bethel 

Big Spring 

Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Canton 

Canton 

Chain of Rocks 

Chillicothe 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Crittenden 

Danville 

DeKalb 

Danville 

Dewitt 

Florida 

Florida 

Gentryville 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Goodland 



Dawson & Van Meeter, Grant's Hill 
Weffer G, Hamburg 

CARTER & PINDELL, Hannibal 
Hewitt & Son, Hannibal 

Happy James, Hannibal 

Maple E & Co, Hannibal 

Miller Louis, High Hill 

Johnson John A, Island City 



FLO 


NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 


FLO 313 


Jackson Wm J, 


Jackson's Mill 


Jackson W J & Bro, 


Readsville 


Child Wm, 


Jonesbury 


Crow & Burkhart, 


Rocheport 


Crompacker D, 


Judson 


Sickler H, 


Rockport 


CASH3IAN, J M, 


LaG range 


Floyd M H & St, 


Rushville 


Hall Daniel, 


Lindlev 


Hatton & Storrs, 


Savannah 


Wilson & Fisher, 


Locust Hiil 


West Philip D, 


Saverton 


Alexander J & W, 


Louisiana 


Bollman R, 


Schcursburg 


Rule & Co, 


Louisiana 


Sharrs Philip, 


Sloan's Point 


Lonergan P H & Co, 


Louisiana 


Morgan T H, 


Smithton 


Haldebrand & Friih, 


Loutre Island 


Clark & Rice, 


Spencerburg 


PATTER & WAllD 


, Macon City 


Griffith D A, 


St Charles 


Dawson John W, 


Madison 


KLINGEli GEO A, 


St Charles 


Lieter Isaac, 


Madisonville 


Kremer & Marten, 


St Charles 


Givens C & Co, 


Mfi.rthasville 


Mallinckrodt H & Co, 


St Charles 


Littleton F, 


Maysville 


Weeke C, 


St Charles 


Surber Andrew, 


Mexico 


ELLIOTT WM H, 


St Catherines 


West J J, 


Mexico 


Fairclough J, 


St Joseph 


Settle & Ellis, 


Middle Grove 


Hamilton J, 


St Joseph 


Baker R W, 


Middletown 


Hauck & Bro, 


St Josej)h 


Hodge Wm T, 


Milan 


Riley I V & Co, 


St Joseph 


Craig & Gravitt, 


Millersburg 


Howard, Clark & King 


, Stewartsville 


Deatherage F P, 


Missouri City 


Larming Isaac A, 


Sweet Home 


McRay & Martin, 


Mitchellville 


Minor Jos L, 


Thomasville 


Goodrich AVarren, Montgomery City 


Blatner L, 


Tuque 


Ringer Rufus, 


Newark 


Dean & Co, 


Utica 


Downing, Bro & Co, 


New Hope 


Schmitt John A & Bro 


Utica 


Jones Wm B, 


Newtown 


Lullen James, 


Walnut Hill 


Miller R G, 


Newtown 


Smith James 


Walnut Hill 


Stinebaugh, G, 


Ninevah No 1 


Smith Wm, 


Walnut Hill 


Barnes & Watson, 


North Star 


Mischakrieger H & F, 


Warrenton 


Muir & Stiner, 


North Star 


Perry B W, 


Weston 


Ogle John, 


Ogle's Mill 


Wilhide E, 


Weston 


Carter & Newland, 


Old Alexandria 


Stoner & Bashor, 


Whitesville 


Harvey W B, 


Old Alexandria 


Broadwater J C H, 


Williamsburg 


Collins T, 


Oregon 


Snapp J H, 


Wintersville 


Daffenbaught J, 
Sharp & Co, 
Anderson S H & Co, 


Oregon 

Oxford 

Palmyra 


Levick A, 


Woodville 


Flour and Feed Stores. 


Hanley, Metcalf & C( 
Faulkner W K & Co, 
Kennangker B, 
Ross N J, 
Buente Fred, 
Talbot Geo W, 


), Palmyra 
Parkville 
Paulville 
Paulville 
Pinkney 
Princeton 
Platte City 


Anderson Harry Y, 

Dunlap , 

Hooper J, 
Ritchie & Massey, 
WEIMER L F, 


Chillicothe 
Hannibal 
LaGrange 

St Joseph 
St Joseph 


Paxton Wm M, 






Redman C C & Co, 


Platte City 


Forwarding & Commission Mer- 


Siekers & Paxton, 


Platte City 


cliants. 




Smith Bros, 


Platte River 


Slatery & Co, 


Alexandria 


Moore & Shoemaker, 


Plattsbura: 


Kennedy & Bro, 


Brunswick 


Forester Wm, Pleasant Retreal: 


CRAFT E, 


Canton 


Myers, Pleasant Retreat 


Major W D & Co, 


Clarksville 


Carter, Millig & Allen, 


Smith, Winn & Co, 


Clarksville 




Pleasant View 


Lewis & Herryford, 


Glasgow 


Mudget Edward, 


Rowena 


StiUwell A J, 


Hannibal 


Garrett W B & Co, 


Readsville 


SCHROCKPB&CC 


, LaClede 



314 



FOR 



S. B. WYCKOFF 8 



GEN 



Haley F C & Co, 
Cook & Campbell, 
Mills & Wilson, 
Patterson G W, 
Moore J B, 
ASHBROOK M A, 
CARTER E J & CO, 
WEIMERLF, 
WARNER THEOF, 



Louisiana 
North Star 
Parkville 
Parkville 
St Aubert 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
Weston 



Fm'nitiire--See Cabinet-Makers. 

Dubre S H, St Joseph 

Schmitt John A & Bro, Utica 

Kuhl Christopher A, Warrenton 

Dibler Louis, Wellsville 

Halyard W B, Weston 



Foundries. 



Quealy W J, 
Armstrong J J, 



Whitney T F, 

IN, LAW&WINSBY, 



Hannibal 

Liberty 

Louisiana 

MART 

Macon City 

South's heirs, Palmyra 

Alderson Benjamin, St Charles 

BURNSIDE, CROWTHER & 

ROGERS, St Joseph 

Gas and Steam Fitters. 

Foley James, St Joseph 

Horigan James, St Joseph 

» •' ■ 

General Stores. 

Folker Wm, Acasto 
Lillybridge Isaac, Alanthus Grove 

Byrne & Peery, Albany 

Cunningham J R & Co, Albany 

Degginger & Hundly, Albany 

Peery G F & E L, Albany 

STUART JOHN A, Albany 

Williams & Holford, Albany 

Foster R L & Co, Alexandria 

Hoppe A, Alexandria 

Maxwell A & Co, Alexandria 

j\Iorris & Brother, Alexandria 

Roland P H & Bros, Alexandria 

Holman W B, Allen 

Jones & Son, Allen 

McDaniels & Williams Allen 

Tate & Bennett, Allen 

Fitch & ILall, Allendale 

Mcllvane & Dawson, Allendale 

Dehart J, Altovista 

Lord C R, Altovista 



Ray , 

Smith O, 
Manning George, 
Moses & Harvey, 
Burnam & Harris, 
God love & Bro, 
McCormick John, 
Orr & Draper, 
Poage J B, 
Riggs A, 
Strickler Wm, 
Spurgin AV H, 



Altovista 

Altovista 

Amazonia 

Amazonia 

Ashland 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Ashley 

Ashley 

Ashley 

Ashton 

Athens 



Seaman; Atterberry & Co, Atlanta 

Chapman & Ford, Atlanta 

Williamson Wm T, Atlanta 

Cochran W S, Auburn. 

Bennefeld Louis, Augusta 

Daman Rudolph, Augusta 

Jeude & Koch, Augusta 

Tieman C F, Augusta 

Wenker Fred, Augusta 

Ellis & Rowen, Ayersville 

Henry D & J, Ayersville 

Orme M H, Ayersville 

Grace & Baugh, Bedford 

Harris Isaac, Bedford 

White Miller, Bedford 

Adams T, Ben Bow 

Day S F, Ben Bow 

Allen John S, Bethany 

Allen & Hillman, Bethany 

Bunch E P, Bethany 

Blackburn & Munson, Bethany 

Cuddy H M, Bethany 

Devres J P, ' Bethany 

Ford & McGeorge, Bethany 

Hamilton J B, Bethany 

Templeman & Tucker, Bethany 

Miller P & M, Bethel 

Kingsbury C E, Bevier 

Rowland Daniel, Bevier 

West & Son, Bevier 

Niedergerke Charles, Big Spring 
Comstock Ichabod, Birds Eye Ridge 

Biswell & Bro, Bloomington 

McCully & Toole, Bloomington 

Taggard & Meek, Bolton 

Turner R H, Boonsboro 
Boschert & Wildebrandt, 

Boschert Town 

Caples & Lyle, Boston 

Evans W S & Son, Bottsville 

James W L, Bottsville 

Spencer Thos & Bro, Bottsville 

Edwards H G, Bowling Green 



■ GEN 


NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. < 


GlEN 315 


Martin John J, 


Bowling Green 


Baker Isaiah, 


Carrollton 


Peay George, 


Bowling Green 


Baum & David, 


Carrollton 


Froman & Bro, 


Bancroft 


Best Peter & Bro, 


Carrollton 


Nichols cfe West, 


Bancroft 


Clinkscales & Smith, 


Carrollton 


Havens & Trother, 


Breckenridge 


Ely Minnis & Co, 


Carrollton 


McWilliams & Bro, 


Breckenridge 


Malone & Heidel 


Carrollton 


Rial S T, 


Breckenridge 


Martin, Minnis & Co, 


Carrollton 


Kosse Ju 11118, 


Bridgeport 


Wilder & Bro, 


Central City 


STRAWBRIDGE & BRO, 


Clark & Haggard, 


Central ia 




Brookfield 


Enoch & Forbes, 


Centralia 


Tooey & Salisbury, 


Brookfield 


Provines J A & Co, 


Centralia 


Hodgins Wm, 


Brooklyn 


Anderson H, 


Chain of Rock 


Biggs John, 


Brooklyn 


Woodson & Martin, 


Chain of Rock 


Brown , 


Brown's Mill 


Proutlow P, 


Chantilly 


Cunningham Geo & Co, Brunswick 


DenelHS&Co, 


Chillicothe 


Griffin A & Bro, 


Brunswick 


Girdner & Mullinax, 


Chillicothe 


Heisel Jacob J, 


Brunswick 


Wigley & Beauchamp, Chillicothe 


Merchant & Beazley, 


Brunswick 


Doyle P M, 


Clarence 


Moore Martha, 


Brunswick 


HOWARD & CO, 


Clarence 


Townsend L & J H, 


Brunswick 


Boone & Bro, 


Clarksville 


Bowers J H, 


Bucklin 


Carroll, Clifibrd & Co, Clarksville 


Wheeler R J, 


Bucklin 


Turner, Knight &Co, 


Clarksville 


White & Bro, 


Bucklin 


Sharp, Gibson & Co, 


College Mound 


Steward Geo, 


Buttsville 


Wisdom Lee G, 


College Mound 


Bailey Joseph, 


Cainsville 


Barth Victor & Meyei 


, Columbia 


Burrows & Woodward, Cainsville 


Burham & Bowlin, 


Columbia 


Cain & Baily, 


Cainsville 


Conley, Strawn & Co, 


Columbia 


SalleeJas H, 


Cainsville 


Hume & Park, 


Columbia 


Moss & Frazee, 


Cainsville 


Moss & Prewett, 


Columbia 


Reeves Wm, 


Cainsville 


Trimble, TyferA Co, 


Columbia 


Lewallen & Co, 


Cairo 


Samuel C Bennett, 


Cotes Prairie 


Claybrook M, 


Callao 


Freese H, 


Cottleville 


Mathis, Lovern & Co, 


Callao 


Valentine F W, 


Cottleville 


Sears, Dennison & Co 


, Callao 


Jacobs Thomas, 


Crab Orchard 


Shain & Courtney, 


Callao 


McKown & Gunb, 


Crab Orchard 


White R C, 


Callao 


Wassan& Harlan, 


Crab Orchard 


Hudgins R G, 


Camden 


Froman John, 


Crittenden 


Mason John & Co, 


Camden 


Hendrix & Thompson 


, Crittenden 


Rothrick H, 


Camden 


Johnson John, 


Crittenden 


Briscoe J, 


Camden Point 


West & Nickels, 


Crittenden 


Holland W B, 


Camden Point 


Edwards T, 


Curryville 


Kirtley & Co, 


Camden Point 


Bush & Langhorn, 


Danville 


Otto S, 


Camden Point 


Cloud & Russell, 


Danville 


Conway H F & J A, 


Cameron 


Deely , 


Danville 


Downing & McPhetridge, Cameron 


Knox Rit, 


Danville 


Fisher H & Co, 


Cameron 


Langhorn A, 


Danville 


Funkhouser Geo P, 


Cameron 


Joerdans John, 


Dardenne 


Hambaugh T C, 


Cameron 


Weinerth Bardo, 


Dardenne 


Hollmann Wm, 


Camp Branch 


Sisler Jolm, 


Deer Ridge 


Crutcher & West, 


Canton 


BOWEN WM, 


DeKalb 


Carnegy S W B, 


Canton 


King P R, 


DeKalb 


Davis & Hawkins, 


Canton 


Lucas &■ Co, 


DeKalb 


Rickart A L, 


Canton 


Moore, French & Co, 


DeKalb 


Reddish, Dunbar & Smith, Canton 


Oliver & Davenport, 


DeKalb 


STUART & BEYANS, Canton 


Willingford & Son, 


DeKalb 



316 



S. B. WYCKOFF S 



EDWARD JONAS. 



RICHARD REES. 



HENRY W. GODFREY. 














CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWAEE, 

- - - - ILLINOIS. 



Iron Crates, assorted, $100 to $150. 

ORDERS PROMFTLlf FILLED! 

3E3 ISS: :E=» 3E3 I^ I 33 ISr O :E3 XD 3E=» .^1. O 2S: 353 lEl. S3 . 

1®=^ Goods sold as Cheap as any House in tlie West. 



GEN" NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 


GEN 317 


Glendenning G B & Bro, 


DeWitt 


Ellis & Tuttle, 


New Florence 


Gerdeman Wm, Duke's Prairie 


Hunter J & S, 


New Florence 


Kuge Yi'm, 


Dutzon 


Dowers L, 


New Florence 


Scliultz Henry- 


Dutzon 


Patton Nathaniel, 


New Florence 


Anderson & Turner, 


Eagleville 


Goss & Netherland 


Florida 


Fitch & Hall, 


Eagleville 


Graves ik Fruitt, 


Forrest City 


Poynter Amos, 


Eagleville 


Patterson H & Co, 


Forrest City 


Poynter Thomas, 


Eagleville 


Weber George, 


Forrest City 


McCreeley Ben], 


Easton 


Cahill J W, 


Ft Henry 


McCreeley E W & Co, 


Easton 


Cahill & Mattock, 


Ft Henry 


Atterbery Albert, 


Economy 


Picket A & J, 


Frankfort 


Humis James, 


Economy 


Alsap E, 


Franklin 


Brewington & Bros, 


Edina 


Chilton J W, 


Franklin 


Cady Jas, 


Edina 


Robinson S S, 


Franklin 


Cell Jos & Co, 


Edina 


Curd E & J, 


Fulton 


Dougherty John, 


Edina 


Dum J & Co, 


Fulton 


Harvey W C, 


Edina 


Osterhotts & Bro, 


Fulton 


Lycan Tobias G, 


Edina 


Sheriff & Sigler, 


Fulton 


Pugh Biggerstafl', 


Edina 


Tucker D M & J H, 


Fulton 


Turner, Louthan & Co, 


Edina 


Tuttle Warren W, 


Fulton 


Whitaker John, 


Edina 


Bryan, Doling & Co, 


Gallatin 


Wiat A S, 


Edina 


Bowin J T & Co, 


Gallatin 


Winterbottom John H, 


Edina" 


MUNN & DUNN, 


Gallatin 


Abbott , 


Edinburg 


Herndon, 


Gallatin 


Hutton & Haney, 


Edinburg 


Miller & Bro, 


Gallatin 


Hammond Samuel, 


Eldorado 


McDow Robert, 


Gallatin 


Murphy & Resor, 


Eldorado 


Moss & Rogers, 


Gallatin 


Townsend W A, 


Eldorado 


Nichols & West, 


Gallatin 


Champion Stephen, Elizabeth town 


Sheets & Davis, 


Gallatin 


Morgan P G, 


El Paso 


Carson & Garton, 


Gentryville 


Morgan & Stone, 


El Passo 


Graham & Ross, 


Gentryville 


Sheppard R, Empire Prairie 


Boob Paul 


Glasgow 


Fleming, 


Enterprise 


Carson John, 


Glasgow 


Sutherland F B & YV D, 


Enterprise 


Lehman J & Sons, 


Glasgow 


Bram & Garrison, 


Fairview 


Pugh Andrew A, 


Glasgow 


Curry & Barton, 


Fairview 


Phipps George, 


Glasgow 


Curry I W, 


Fairview 


Roper A W, 


Glasgow 


Dawson CR, 


Fairview 


Strouse & Larafeld, 


Glasgow 


Dawson C R, 


Falmouth 


Thorp & White, 


Glasgow 


Gibson, Watts & Co, 


Falmouth 


Woods & Barton, 


Glasgow 


Sitton J A, 


Falmouth 


Blanehard Asa, 


Goodland 


Johnson Robert, 


Farclay 


Sides M A, 


Goodland 


Jones & Gibson, 


Fayette 


Wilcox & Puett, 


Goshen 


Patrick G, 


Fayette 


Bohardt R C, 


Graham 


Rosedbaum & Co, 


Fayette 


Bohardt & Bro, 


Graham 


Smith, Pearson & Co, 


Fayette 


Lawson James, 


Graham 


Tolson J D & Co, 


Fayette 


Smith John, 


Graham 


Williams, Almond & Co, 


Fayette 


Yeakee & Deeper, 


Grantville 


FreeseH, F 


smmedsa^e 


Dewitt N H, 


Grant City 


Knippenberg P, Femme Osage 


Mason, 


Grant City 


Schaberg G H, Femme Osa(?e 


Mason & Collins, 


Grant City 


Laughlin, Duncan & Co, 


Fillmore 


Newman & Morgan, 


Grant City 


Keithley& Moore, 


Flint Hill 


Dawson C R, 


Grants Hill 


Milton J W, 


Flint Hill 


Garrison & Bram, 


Grants Hill 


TalbottR HJ, 


Flint Hill 


Houchin & Hanger, 


Granville 



40 



il8 



GEN 



S. B. WYCKOFF S 



GEN 



Kippers J C, 
Hyde & Co, 
Houston G W, 
Glaze & Bro, 
Owens & Catlin, 
Hawk Peter, 
Lilly & Floyd, 
Weaver, 
Smith W H, 
Rogers & Keiley, 
TroTver & Son, 
Castlio&Son, 
Nahm J, 
Bro.-^ins J H & Bros, 



Granville 

Grassey Creek 

Greensburg 

Green Top 

Green Top 

Guilford 

Guilford 

Guilford 

Harrisonville 

Hal leek 

Halleck 

Hamburg 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 



SEM PEE & PAXTON, Hamilton 



Bell W J & Bro, 

Smith Jonathan, 

Crutehley Geo C, 

Snowden Burton, 

Simmerman James D, 

Elam Wm M, 

Kenedy & Kimble, 

Camp & Jones, 

Clyce Thos J, 

Furguson J A, 

Mortz, 

Nunley Thos, 

Sharp John, 

Eckelcamp Joseph, 

Fremont Henry, 

Kerston Ernest, 

Lehmburg Ernst, 

Knopeker H, 

Meyer H, 

Cox J V & Co, 

Johnson & Witherup, 

ThiehoffAB, 

Bibb & Bogie, 

Guy J R & P E, 

Horsley & Smith, 

lEMLY & RUTHEKFOllD 

Hunts ville 
Taylor W H & G W, 
Kyle & Bro, 
Purdy & Co, 
Roach & McKee, 
Smith A G, 
Wallingford & Co, 
Beck John, 



Hams Prairie 

Hannibal 

Hardin 

Hardin 

Hardin 

Havana 

Hawk Point 

High Plill 

High Hill 

High Hill 

High Hill 

High Hill 

High Hill 

Holstein 

Holstein 

Holstein 

Holstein 

Howewell Academy 

Hopewell Academy 

Hunnewell 

Hunnewell 

Hunnewell 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 



Bonner John, 
Ricliards Z B, 
StCAvart Alex, 
Connel A Wright, 
Powell & McCannc, 
Richmond J G. 



Huntsville 

latan 

latan 

latan 

latan 

latan 

Indian Creek 

Island City 

Island City 

Island City 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 



Camp H H,^ 
Cop & Godfrey, 
Farrow John P, 
Hess Allen H, 
Boswick J N, 
Millard A A, 
Bostic Geo, 
Cohagan W, 
Gram G, 
Jordan W, 
Kimble W, 
Gaston & Price, 
Heyman F & Co, 
Moorman J T, 
Chubbuck Geo D, 
Kinney P S, 
Walker M L, 
Buxton J, 
Martin J K, 

Shuster , 

Barrel James M, 
Brett & Bonnel, 
Hassick George, 
McKinnie J P, 
Woodward L C^ 
Burgess Samuel, 
Grimes & Van Zant, 
Tiffin & Clayton, 
Wright Jacob W, 
Halderman James, 
Pershing John F, 
Slo2sonN&Co, 
Spencer Thomas, 
Tracy EM, 

ERINKMAM FRED, 
CASHMAN J M, 
Hutton & Bagne, 
Koch Wm, 
Richardson Thomas, 
Schneider O, 
Threlkeld Thomas, 
Van Pelt, 
French E & Co, 
Fenton J F, 
Gildard & Figgy, 
Hays W B, 
Melvin & Baker, 
Baum Daniel, 
Campbell T C, 
Olds & Simples, 
Saltmarsh <fe Davidson, 
Saxton Mrs C A, 
Tree James, 
Adkins R S, 
Arthur & Miller, 



Jonesburgh 

Jonesburgh 

Jonesburgh 

Jonesburgh 

Judson 

Judson 

Kahoka 

Kahoka 

Kahoka 

Kahoka 

Kahoka 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Kidder 

Kidder 

Kidder 

Kidville 

Kidville 

Kidville 

King City 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

Labelle 

Laclede 

Laclede 

Laclede 

Laclede 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Lakenan 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

LaPlata 

LaPlata 

LaPlata 

LaPlata 

LaPlata 

LaPorte 

Liberty 

Liberty 



GEN 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



GEN 



319 



Bishop W T, 
Bright James C, 
Denny & Pettz, 
Ferguson James, 
Miller M & D D, 
Ringo E A, 
Crosthwait Perry, 
Hurst & Millsaps, 
Atkinson & Dye, 
Bailey & Humphrey, 
Humphreys & Coot, 
Johnson N & Co, 
Robertson W H, 
Argo Wm, 
Bryan Thos H, 
Sullivan Jas M, 
Clarkston & Co, 
Dillon B F, 
Menefee J R C, 
Rudder & Co, 
Sandusky Brownlee, 
Wilkerson H & Co, 
Wills Wm, 
Baker C, 
Butter & Mull, 
Allison Joseph, 
Barnum & Gunn, 
Block Jacob, 
Hunter, Rhea & Co, 
Kohn & Suda, 
McQuie E G, 
Summers H F, 
Hudson & Lovell, 
Hudson & Mason, 

Norringer , 

Paxton L H, 
Prewitt F E, 
Weir & Irwin, 
Anderson G A, 
Bunte F, 
Coles & Hoi man, 
Goldsberry & McQuie, 
Malone R A, 
Moore & Rogers, 
Stephens & Co, 
Trisler & Wright. 
Davis & Dunaway, 
Sparks & Burton, 
Yager & Enochs, 
Haley H P, 
Wiley & Son, 
Schabcrg Fred, 
Schaberg & Frey, 
Schaberg & Ravie, 
Gantt C C, 



Liberty 

Liberty 

Ijiberty 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Lick Creek 

Linden 

Lindley 

Lindley 

Lindley 

Lindley 

Lindley 

Linviile 

Linvillc 

Linviile 

Linneus 

Linneus 

Linneus 

Linneus 

Linneus 

Linneus 

Lisbon 

Lithville 

Lost Grove 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Loutre Island 

Loutre Island 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Madison 

Madison 

Madison 

Madisonvillc 

Madisonville 

Marthasville 

Marthasville 

Marthasville 

Martinstown 



Haislip & Son, 
Leachman G B, 
Martin M A, 
Tapscott & Smith, 
Beal & Robinson, 
Boling & Hammond, 
nightman & Crane, 
McKensie T & Miller, 
Michean & Leiber, 
Murlan & Crane, 
Owens John L &, Co, 
Stevenson E S & Co, 
Swinibrd Wm, 
Terhune & Son, 
Wright Alvin k Perry. 
Hewitt M E, 
Bluck Alex, 
Lipscomb Sc Meek, 
Brown & Taylor, 
Mety Charles, 
Myers A S & P, 
Paxton & Hudson, 
Patterson & Walker, 
Simpson & Clapper, 
Adams I, 
Harper & Coil, 
Johnson E N & Co, 
Lee & Steele, 
Marshall T J & Co, 
Miller J W &Co, 
MOONEY T P, 
]M orris J D & Co, 
Robards & Early, 
Williams H & Co, 
Woodward & Ringo, 
Covey W G, 
Reed & Stauturf, 
Williams R A, 
Lersley & Ownby, 
Stephens & Hunter, 
Tucker E T, 
Clare & Bro, 
Hockaday I & S, 
Johnson I B, 
Pearson & Jones, 
Wcrnecke D H, 
Canterbury R F, 
Garvin Orra, 
Hodge Wm F & Co, 
McDuffAS, 
Trimble & Bonner, 
Graham & McKim, 
Harris & Adams, 
Pomi Paul, 
McQuaid Charles, 



Martins town 

Martinstown 

Martinstown 

Martinstown 

Maryville 

Maryvillo 

Maryville 

Maryville 

Maryville 

Maryville 

Maryville 

Maryville 

JMaryville 

Maryville 

, * Maryville 

Maysville 

Maysville 

Maysville 

Mechanicsville 

Memphis 

jlemphis 

Memphis 

jMemphis 

Memphis 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

ISTexico 

Mexico 

Middlebury 

Middlebury 

Middlebury 

Middle Grove 

Middle Grove 

Middle Grove 

JNIiddletown 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Milan 

Milan 

Milan 

Milan 

Milan 

Millersburg 

Millersburg 

Millersburg 

Millport 



320 GEN 


S. B. WYCKOFP'S 


GEN 


Barbee L B, 


Mill's Point 


Carson I N, 


New Castle 


Crutchley Geo C, 


Mill's Point 


Wells & Co, 


New Cassle 


Hill & Ely, 


Mill's Point 


Samples & Gray, 


New Garden 


Kenton Geo, 


Mill's Point 


Green & Griever, 


New Harmony 


Brucker Joseph, 


Millville 


Foley & Addison, 


New Hope 


Graham & Co, 


Millville 


Hunter, Hamilton & Co, New Hope 


Eussell John, 


Millville 


Mays S H, 


New Hope 


Elder Wm F, 


Millwood 


Steel Peter & Co, 


New Hope 


Mied Henry T, 


Millwood 


Thompson & Trail, 


New Hope 


Mudd H T & H P 


Millwood 


Walls M R, 


New Hope 


Carr & Co, 


Milton 


Carter Charles C, 


New London 


De Young Ed R, 


Milton 


Church R H, 


New London 


Holloway , 


Milton 


Hays Geo C, 


New London 


Crawford Wm H, 


Mirabile 


Shacklett Robt, 


New London 


Cambell G W, 


Missouri City 


Armstrong & Woods, 




Donaghe & Winfrey, Missouri City 


New Market No 1 


Huston & Cravens, 


Missouri City 


Cartwright W, N( 


5W Market No 1 


Nowlan B W & Son, Missouri City 


Edgar & Leave, New JNIarket No 1 


Burris & Rogers, 


Mitchellville 


Tufts & Field, New Market No I 


Bradley James, 


Modena 


Koelling Ernst H, 


New Melle 


Johnson J H, 


Modena 


Meyer Ernst, 


New Melle 


Ogle John C, 


Modena 


Sudbrack J H, 


New Melle 


Thompson Chas, 


Modena 


Hunt & Harris, 


Newtown 


Buchanan H A, 


IMonroe City 


IMorrison Joseph, 


Newtown 


Gary & Hough, 


Monroe City 


AVood, Moon & Wood 


, Newtown 


Freeman, Dawson & Co, Monroe City 


Bowers John, 


Ninevah No 1 


Chapman & Magruder, 


Wells Joseph, 


Ninevah No 1 




Montgomery City 


Bailey Ozias, 


North Point 


Gordon & Hanee, 


Montgomery City 


Frame W R, 


North Point 


Ham & Bro, 


Montgomery City 


Hannah & Putnam, 


North Salem 


SANDS J 11, 


Montgomery City 


Rogers & Beatty, 


North Salem 


Stephens T & Co, 


Montgomery City 


Billings B, 


North Star 


Whitehead R L, 


Montgomery City 


Millsap & Son, 


North Star 


Fible Joseph & Cc 


, Monticello 


Jones & Hunter, 


Novelty 


Hayman Peter & Son, Monticello 


Ross John, 


Novelty 


Million & Vandever, Monticello 


Krekel Nicholas, 


O'Fallon 


Reynolds, Benjamin & Son, 


Schultz & AVard, 


O'Fallon 




Monticello 


Herman & Rhoades, 


Ogles Mill 


Vandiver & Sister, 


Monticello 


Dryden & Co, 


Old Alexandria 


Leeper W L, 


Moores Mill 


Dunn & Hopkins, 


Old Alexandria 


Glenn J W & Co, 


Mooresville 


Mcintosh & Cunningl 


lam. 


Moore & Lawson, 


Mooresville 




Old Alexandria 


Bel den Henry, 


Mt Airy 


Hemmismeir H, 


Old Monroe 


Baldwin <k. Haley, 


Mt IMoria 


Atterbury S & Co, 


Olio 


Parish L F, 


Jit Moria 


Ford & Lyda, 


Olio 


Stockton Thos, 


IVrount Pleasant 


Temming and Ordleheide, 


Stricklin & Bro, 


INIouth of Cedar 


Ordleheide's Store 


Agnew John I, 


Newark 


Pohlster, Ordleheide's Store 


Holmes Samuel G, 


Newark 


Allen J S, 


Oregon 


Lear Zack, 


Newark 


Cottrcll, Keevcs & Co 


, Oregon 


Randolph & Anderson, Newark 


Creek, Hersberger & Co, Oregon 


Snyder B F, 


Newark 


Cummins David, 


Oregon 


Lyons Jackson, 


New Bloomficld 


David D & Son, 


Oregon 


Drake James, 


New Boston 


Hall Samuel, 


Oregon 


Jones W, 


New Cambria 


Kreek & Lahmer, 


Oregon 



GEN 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 



GEN 



321 



Murphy H, 
Potter B F, 
Sterrett H W, 
Zook W .t J W, 
Truex J, 
Holman John, 
Curry J W, 
Harris & Willhite, 
Spoonemore H, 
Drescher H, 
Schmidt Adam, 
Clause & Brooks, 
Records B F, 
Auerbach Henry, 
Basset & Eubanks, 
Birkit S P, 
Bodine & Alexander, 
Boon & Buckner, 
Buark, Christian & Bro 
Harley & Bro, 
Wilson, Poage & Co, 
Cormandy Michael, 
Pyle Wm A, 
Ringo Samuel E, 
Seber, Earl & Co, 
Wilson Thomas, 
Moore John, 
Byle and Engail, 
Bailey J H, 
Keller and McCreery, 
Forgey A and Son, 
Shuler Arthur, 
Voriter Charles, 
Besley Walter H, 
Gerdmann H H, 
Preston George W A, 
Guthrie John, 
Gillepie and Steele, 
Buente Fred, 
Winter Mrs H, 
Diekroeger H and Co, 

Pitt' 
Orelheide and Temming, 

Pitt 
Polster J S and Co, Pitt 
BaLeAV and Wolf, 
Burrows and Woodward 
Cain and Casteel, 
Coon and Eberhart, 
Patton and Bro, 
Woolsey Israel, 
Cockerell and Co, 
Hawlew C B, 
Jenkins and Son, 
Murry J D, 



Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Osborn 

Otsego 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paradise 

Paradise 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Parkville 

Parkville 

Parkville 

Parkville 

Parkville 

Pattonsburg 

Pattonsburg 

Paulville 

Paulville 

Paynsville 

Peaks vi lie 

Peaksville 

Pendleton 

Pendleton 

Pennville 

Philadelphia 

Philander 

Pinkney 

Pinkney 

s Post Office 

s Post Office 

s Post Office 

Princeton 

, Princeton 

Princeton 

Princeton 

Princeton 

Princeton 

Platte City 

Platte City 

Platte City 

Platte City 



Queen H E and Co, 
Rice and Perry, 
Swain J R and Co, 
Evans and Co, 
Lucas Sc Donaghv, 



Platte City 
Platte City 
Platte City 
Platts'ourg 
Plattsburs^ 



McMichacl, Funkhouser and Co, 

Piattsburg 
IMooreWhittington, 
Vance N M, 



Piattsburg 
Piattsburg 

Willis B F, Piattsburg 
Hubbard Elijah, Pleasant Ridge 
Fowler E V, Pleasant View 
Gamache E J, Portage de Sioux 

Moore and Swan, Portland 
Hervey David G, Price's Branch 
JMoore A J, Price's Branch 

Henley and Son, Providence 

]\IcBaiu and Conley, Providence 

Parker and Harris, Providence 

Emerson Wm, Quitman 

Jones Samuel P, Quitman 

Mitchell J A and Co, Randolph 

Reid, Jacobs and Co, Randolph 

Stewart and Burton, Randolph 

Burrows James, Ravena 

Morris and Mace, Ravena 

Rogers Wm B, Ravena 

Gill J T, Readsville 

Wheeler and Brown, Readsville 

Waters G W, Reform 

Hamilton T L, Renick 

Hanse and Dorsey, Renick 

Herold W G and Co, Renick 

Jacobs and Alexander, Renick 

Morton and Oliver, Renick 

Wirt Wm, Renick 

Pitser John, Rhineli:ni 

IMathews and Hackett, Rich 

Stone and Morgan, Rich 

Nowlan B W and Son, Richf eld 

Bales and Gates, Richmond 

Bayless Thos H and Co, Richmond 

Casey Thos J, Richmond 

Cramer John H, Richmond 

Crutchley G A, Richmond 

Davis James A, Richaiond 

Mason Geo W, Richmond 

Reynolds A E and G E, Richmond 

Warriner L H, Richmond 

Wasson and Co, Richmond 

Woodson Thos D, Richmond 

Deberry John, Ridgely 

Gustin R, ., Ridgely 

Barton and Bro, Roanoke 

Briggs P B and Co, Roanoke 



322 



GEN 



S. B. WYCKOFF 



GEN 



Campbell and Wilson, 
Denny and Snody, 
Lobe and Meyer, 
Wayland Wm, 
Ford and Scadlon, 
Kear and Ingall, 
Shanks and Devoss, 
Hunter and Hurst, 
Sickler H, 
Sanders L and J, 
Thompson F M and Co, 
Davis and Co, 
Dixon J K, 
Dixon and Hollen, 
Elliot S, 
Fursell Volney, 
Ham J A and Co, 
Matroy R B, 
Stewart C W, 
Stewart and Son, 
Wells and Son, 
Campbell James, 
Williams James H, 
Blakey and James, 
Johnston and Bro, 
Salisbury and Weber, 
Tevis John C, 
Thomas F B, 
Bostick A G, 
Chapman and Bro, 
Cole Martin, 
House M W, 
Tanner S and Co, 
Alderman Eli, 
Earls W S, 
RUSSELL J B, 
Tyner J H, 
Wilson W B, 
Zook Wm and Co, 
Foster Henry J, 
Wellman Chas V, 
Seifker J F and Co, 
Messengale W, 
Havens O E, 
Johnson D, 
PratherM S, 
Schroek P D, 
Goaeh Anthony, 
Sheets H S, 
Vaugn and Muldron 
Burns F J, 
Lark ins, 
Hagar and Co, 
Wilson John, 
Sloan J H, 



Roanoke 

Roanoke 

Roanoke 

Roanoke 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Russellville 

Russellville 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Salt Creek 

Sand Hill 

Sand Hill 

Santa Fe 

Santa Fe 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Saverton 

Saverton 

Scheursburg 

Scott City 

Scottsville No 1 

Scottsville No 1 

Scottsville No 1 

Scottsville No 1 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shibley's Point 

Shibley's Point 

Sidney 

Sidney 

Sloan's Point 



Bunte H, 
Doth age Ernst, 
Ritter Rudolph, 
Morgan Wm H, 
Smith Eli, 
Smith Erastus, 
Hodgins Wm, 
Trotten and Gillen, 
Barkimer Joseph, 
Baumgardner Jacob, 
Randall, 

Mathews A L and Co, 
Morgan and Co, 
Smith Hugh R, 
Tribble John L, 
Weatherford J M, 
Leeper James, 
Lingo and Crawford, 
Miller SB, 
Penniston Robert, 
Bartlett W C, 
Harris James B, 
Bardnell W N, 
Becker Valentine, 
Boedecker D and Co, 
Bright J C, 
Gatzmeiler F W, 
Hodapp C and W, 
Hug Charles, 



Smith Creek 

Smith Creek 

Smith Creek 

Smithton 

Smith ton 

Smithville 

Snellsmill 

Snellsmill 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Sonora. 

Sonora 

Sparta 

Spencerburg 

Spencerburg 

Spring Hill 

Spring Hill 

Spring Hill 

Spring Hill 

St Aubert 

St Aubert 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 



KOESTER & GOTTSCHALK, 

St Charles 
Meyer Anton, St Charles 

Middendorf John H, St Charles 

Schaberg and Hafer, St Charles 

Wiedey Henry, St Charles 

Black F S and Co, St Catherines 

ELLIOTT WM H, St Catherines 
Phillip and Betts, St Catherines 

Sheckels Geo, St Catherines 

Fuller P, St Francisville 

Stauff'er A, St Francisville 

Hopkins L S, and W H, St John 
Pollock David W, St John 

ASHBROOK M A, St Joseph 

Bell J R and Bro, St Joseph 

Bowen James, St Joseph 

Bradley, St Joseph 

Carbry Christopher, St Joseph 

Eppstein Bros, St Joseph 

Fish E and Co, St Joseph 

Harburger Isaac, St Joseph 

Harr J W and Co, St Joseph 

Lysaght and Bro, St Joseph 

Mahar W C, St Joseph 

May D and Co, St Joseph 



GEN 


NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. GEN 323 


Magher John and Co, 


St Joseph 


Foster & Quantrell, 


Union Town 


Kogers C G, 


St Joseph 


Fisher & McGuire, 


Unionville 


Roland Mrs J, 


St Joseph 


Forsha, Staples & Co, 


Unionville 


Turner H N, 


St Joseph 


Houston G W, 


Unionville 


Tyler J F, 


St Joseph 


Lane Wm, 


Unionville 


Webb, Pooler and Bro, St Joseph 


Lavenburg & Brassfield, Unionville 


Westpheling F, 


St Joseph 


McCullom & Triplett, 


Unionville 


Westheimer Brothers 


, St Joseph 


Morgan & Pollock, 


Unionville 


Burgess John, 


Steven's Store 


Nogle J, 


Unionville 


McNally and McCullough, 


Welch Miss, 


Unionville 




Steven's Store 


Woodard W, 


Unionville 


Miles and Book, 


Steven's Store 


Summerfield L, 


Utica 


Owens John, 


Steven's Store 


West J M, 


Utica 


Stephens W E, 


Steven's Store 


Williams & Chonstant, 


Utica 


Bickerstaff R J, 


Stewartsville 


Dehart & Osborn, 


Victoria 


Book and Miles, 


Stewartsville 


Kenney & Black, 


Victoria 


McNelly , 


Stewartsville 


Thompson & Parkman 


Walnut Hill 


Sanders and Ransom, 


Stewartsville 


Werden T, 


Walnut Hill 


Turney D M, 


Stewartsville 


Boswell G F, 


Warrenton 


Stickler Henry, 


Sticklerville 


Bothe & Delventhal, 


Warren ton 


Dysart and Crowhite, 


Sturgeon 


Faulconer John H, 


Warrenton 


Gray H H and Son, 


Sturgeon 


Frowein A P & H, 


Warrenton 


Harrington T & Co, 


Sturgeon 


Hart Adolphus, 


Warrenton 


Kirkbride J & Co, 


Sturgeon 


Kuhne August, 


Warrenton 


Mayer D, 


Sturgeon 


Middlekamp J W, 


Warrenton 


Proctor J M, 


Sturgeon 


Ritter Rudolph, 


Warrenton 


Proctor & Strode, 


Sturgeon 


Sweeney & Weber, 


Warrenton 


Shryock S W & Co, 


Sturgeon 


Tidswell & Son, 


Warrenton 


Inman James, 


Ten Mile 


Reesor W T, 


Waterloo 


Thomas Wm A, 


Thomasville 


Dames Francis, 


Wellsburg 


Brown John & Son, 


Tinney's Grove 


Heigle V, 


Wellsburg 


Wilds P, 


Tinney's Grove 


Koster & Brune, 


Wellsburg 


Bozman & ilange. 


Trenton 


Schrinker F, 


Wellsburg 


Brooks W W, 


Trenton 


Miller Jacob, 


Wellsville 


Griffin J C, 


Trenton 


Perry & Barker, 


Wellsville 


Hubbell W W & Co, 


Trenton 


Pickett & Music, 


Wellsville 


Moberly G W, 


Trenton 


Dierker Ernst, 


Wentzville 


Bickle Levi, 


Troy 


Grantham C W, 


Wentzville 


Crump & Wing, 


Troy 


Harnett & Dyer, 


Wentzville 


Hart & Stewart, 


Troy 


Scott & Logan, 


Wentzville 


Hedeman D, 


Troy 


Carpenter W «fc A, 


Weston 


Howell Samuel, 


Troy 


COCKKILL, BLAKEMORE 


Hull & Parker, 


Troy 


& McCLURE, 


Weston 


Jackson Wm A, 


Troy 


Masterson S H, 


Weston 


Jones A B, 


Troy 


Bailey E W & Co, 


Weston 


Parker & Hutt, 


Troy 


McCurry James, 


West Point 


Pousolet Phillip, 


Troy 


Gibson & Watts, 


West Port 


Princeton P, 


Troy 


Sitton John A, 


West Port 


Sweeney F & Son, 


Troy 


Stephens Isaac, 


West Quincy 


Gopher G H, 


Truxton 


Barrows David & Co, 


Whitesville 


Pa mer F, 


Truxton 


Houston W H H, 


Whitesville 


Drake James, 


Tullvania 


Rundel, Wilson & Co, 


Whitesville 


Poenter Solomon, 


^ Tuque 


Weaver Wm W, 


Whitesville 


Millsaps & Co, 


Union City 


Tureman James & Co, 


Williamsburg 


Story Oscar F, 


Union Star 


Carlin & Kell, 


Williamstowa 



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Hamilton & Lillard, Williamstowu 

Lillard Thompson, Wiiliamstown 
Rutter, lleynolds & Co, Wilmuthville 

Barnhart & Cornell, Wilson Town 

Bear & Co, Winters vi lie 

Jones & Jenkins, Wiutersville 

Mellor S W, Wintersville 

House Hiram, Winthrop City 

Ash J B, Woodlawn 

Ash & Woods, Woodlawn 

Cottingham J W, Wcodyille 

Halliburton J H, Woodville 

Blatuer Fred, AVright City 

Dickroeger & Bro, Wright City 

Pendleton J, Wright City 

Nelson J, Wyrica 

Orme Moses, Wyrica 

Downinsr Georjze, Xenia 



Wright Brothers, 
Carroll ton E L, 
Burns Wm, 
Martin Charles C, 
Allen T, 
Shirts J H, 
Brent & Staples, 
Figler J G, 
Miller & Caldwell, 
Mize H, 
Miller P, 



Brunswick 

Bucklin 

Cainsville 

Cairo 

Camden Point 

Cameron 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 



Grain Dealers. 

Slatery & Co, Alexandria 

Anderson Harry Y, Chillicothe 

Wathen & Thomas, Hannibal 

Orrick John & Co, St Charles 

WEIMER L F, St Joseph 
WILLIS & CLAGGET, St Joseph 

Groceries. 

Rutledge J H & Co, Albany 

Wright & Son, Albany 

Auhage Henry, Alexandria 

Cunningham So Co, Alexandria 

Bowen & Arnold, Alexandria 

Bradley, Amazonia 

Spurgin Wm, Athens 

Stafford J, Athens 

Shatcherly H L, Bethany 

Trelkeld David, Bethany 

Conduitte & Furgurson, Bevier 

HardestyWm, Bevier 

Roberts Edward E, Bevier 

Vickroy J T, Bevier 

Codd M, Brookfield 

Roberts & Son, Brooklield 

Jannson S H, Brookfield 

Kendall F F, Brookfield 

McClellan & Alsdorf, Brookfield 

Milby Edward, Brookfield 
MARTIN GEO W & CO, Brookfield 

Barnes A L & Co, Brunswick 

Cooper & Perry Bi'unswick 

ManneySM, Brunswick 

Outcalks G W, Brunswick 

Sasse Fred, Brunswick 



NICHOLDS W W, (wholesale) 

Canton 
Owsley W W & Co, Canton 

WINTON J) L, Canton 

Thrasher & Son, Canton 

Sherwood L K, Canton 

Deigle George, Carrollton 

Ransleman Wm, Carrollton 

BERRY & BRIZENDINE, 

(wholesale) Chillicothe 

Broaddus & Co, (wholesale) 

Chillicothe 
Chambers B C, Chillicothe 

Cameron & Fish, Chillicothe 

Davis, Gaston & Co, Chillicothe 

HEARNE & McILW RATH, 

Chillicothe 
Johnson, Heriford & Co, Chillicothe 
Jones T B, Chillicothe 

Deeper Jas, Chillicothe 

Sherman J D & Co, Chillicothe 

Waters J E & Co, Chillicothe 

Durham S A, Clarence 

Hall W H, Clarence 

Menifee Tlios H, Clarence 

Shanks A W, Clarence 

Dawson & Clark, Clarksville 

Major W D & Co, (wholesale) 

Clarksville 
Smith, Winn & Co, Clarksville 

Dowry & Co, College Mound 

Anderson, Garth & Co, Columbia 
Holbrook, Columbia 

Mathews J S, Columbia 

Newman A J, Columbia 

Alee B B, DeKalb 

Bowen & Bro, DeKalb 

Dunlap, DeKalb 

Garton Stephen, DeKalb 

Fullilove L B, DeKalb 

Hardy J L, DeWitt 

Jones, Hick & Bro, DeWitt 

Coleman Robert & Co, Edina 

Jack John P, Edina 



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Sherwood Jesse, 


Edina 


Duncan Son, 


Fayette 


Shaf broth & J, 


Fayette 


Fullington Albert, 


New Florence 


Griggs & White, 


Florida 



Wilkinson & McCreary, Florida 

Frazer & Britton, Forrest City 

Turner G D, Franklin 

Doerries H T, Fulton 

Lawther Hans, Fulton 

Malone John, Fulton 

Mayfield Jacob, Fulton 

Stephens T L, Fulton 

Franklin , Gallatin 

Groves & Vance, Gallatin 

Thomas G B, Gallatin 

Barton & Frisbie, Geutryville 

Brown & Cason, Glasgow 

Swacker Noah, Glasgow 

Steinmetz & Shepard, Glasgow 

Tatum Geo H & Co, Glasgow 

Tillman John, Glasgow 

Stokes G W, Green Top 

Perry John R, Hamilton 

Bacon Geo & Son, (wholesale) 

Hannibal 
Bourne H G, Hannibal 

Bellard & Youse, (wholesale) 

Hannibal 
Brady John & Bro, Hannibal 

Brown E V, Hannibal 

Clyman Gotleib, Hannibal 

Donley & O'Hern, Hannibal 

Evans M T, Hannibal 

Ewalt & Stevenson, Hannibal 

Fenner & Robinson, Hannibal 

Fox G F, Hannibal 

Fry & Loudon, Hannibal 

Gillon Michael, Hannibal 

Glenn R D & Co, Hannibal 

HARIIISON S J & BRO, 

(wliolesale) Hannibal 

Henderson J C & J F, (wholesale) 

Hannibal 
Hollister J I, Hannibal 

Jackson Thomas, Hannibal 

Kaup John, Hannibal 

Knoepfel Balthaser, Hannibal 

League & Saul, Hannibal 

Lilli Adam, Hannibal 

McCovey Thomas, Hannibal 

Nerlich Harmon, Hannibal 

O'Brien Eugene, Hannibal 

Oliver & Smith, Hannibal 

Owens H Hugh, Hannibal 



Pierce E H, Hannibal 

Roderick & Bro, Hannibal 

Russ John, Hannibal 

Shepherd Bros, Hannibal 
Sinclair Geo A, (wholesale) Hannibal 

Sprout J, Hannibal 

Loomis & Ward, Hannibal 

Sultzman John, Hannibal 

Vanbourgh Charles J, Hannibal 

Wathen & Thompson, Hannibal 

Sharp Robert, High Hill 

Dunning & Houck, Hunuewell 

Davis G M, Hunnewell 

Bibb Isaac P, Huntsville 

Belsher & Wright, Huntsville 

Bibb Jas G, Huntsville 

Heether L, Huntsville 

Wirick & Straley, Huntsville 

Cookers & Coleman, latan 

Wright G, latan 

Champpion Stephen, Indian Creek 

Cregler A J, Indian Creek 

Phipps, Jacksonville 

Cartwright L T, Jonesburgh 

Mallet M, Kahoka 

Hurt, Keytesville 

Kellogg & Young, Keytesville 

Coop J, Kirksville 

Grimm G W, Kirksville 

Ilgenfritz Geo & Co, Kirksville 

Pickler Geo & Son, Kirksville 

Parks Chas, Kirksville 

Willis & Williams, Kirksville 

Ward J W, Kirksville 

Wilcox E, Kirksville 

Reynolds & Rumwel!, LaClede 

SCHROCK P D & CO, LaClede 

Welsh J M, LaClede 

Bohon J J, LaGrange 

Cannon Ed, LaGrange 

Dasback Henry, LaGrange 

Mason & Lofton, LaGrange 

Olds & Simpson, LaGrange 

Pollok Jacob, LaGrange 

Starrett W H, Lancaster 

Layman J, LaPlata 

Armstrong & Hix, Liberty 

Baxter & Wymore, Liberty 

Moss & Armstrong, Liberty 

Sandusky E, Liberty 

Wilson H T & Bro, Liberty 

WitthoffWmH, Liberty 

Ellis & Gill, Lick Creek 

Garrett & Co, Linneus 

Little & Auley, Linneus 
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Lyfcie B F, 
Haling Samuel S, 
Baird & Liudley, 
Brobst Elijah, 
Brown Mrs E M, 
Browu & Griffith, 
Kuhlmann 'Wm, 
Mathews D F, 
Schwimmer John, 
Gotten Samuel C, 



I Jinn c us 
Locust Hill 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 
Louisiana 



Thurmond & Campbell, Louisiana 
Dobbins Lewis & Co, Luray 

Walton and John, Luray 

Bearce O S and Co, Macon City 

Ferris and Winning, (wholesale) 

Macon City 
Glaze, Kemper and Overall, 

Macon City 
Knowles and Baldwin, Macon City 
Roberts Alex, Macon City 

Smith and Larrabee, Macon City 
Tibbs and Palmer, Macon City 

Hancock J, Macon City 

Neason John, (wholesale) 

Macon City 
White and Humphreys, 

(wholesale) Macon City 

Edwards John M, Madison 

Todd Charles W, Madison 

Stinson and Ford, Maryville 

Oneal Wm, Maysville 

Wyatt G H, Maysville 

Harle W F and Co, Memphis 

Meyers J W and Co, Memphis 

Burns, Gillette & Co, Mexico 

Daniel John M and Co, Mexico 

Dobyns F L, Mexico 

Estes P H and Co, Mexico 

Lowry James, Mexico 

McKee L H & Co, Mexico 

Smith J C, Mexico 

Scott & Noel, Middle Grove 

Cook & Graham, Middletown 

Ray James H, Middletown 

Crumpacker D H, Milan 

Elgin G S, Missouri City 

Reed J & T C, Missouri City 

Sublett S B, Missouri City 

Anderson & Sisson, Monticello 

Bea'.ty W W, Monticello 

Petre D J, Monticello 

Morris G G, Newark 

Overlon & Tureman, New Bloomfield 
Gillelaud John, New Cambria 

St Johns R, jr, New Loudon 



Williamson & Lyda, Olio 

Shutts H, Oregon 

Arnold & Keise^ Palmyra 

Baum Zoller, ^ Palmyra 

Berryman & Lee, Palmyra 

Carey F M, Palmyra 

Feagan & Bates, Palmyra 

Hickerson J C, Palmyra 

Keller Granville, Palmyra 

Kober M, Palmyra 

Payne & Jackson, Palmyra 

Stewart A D, Palmyra 

Tatlow J B, Palmyra 

Walker John C, Palmyra 

Walker Wm H, Palmyra 

Curtright J A, Paris 

French & Thqrpe, Paris 

Magretta Frank, Paris 

Sladek & Wunch, Paris 

Warren & Cartright, Paris 

Bueneman J H, Parkville 

Clack John, Parkville 

Scare H, Paulville 

Cooper Alex, Paynesville 

Grimes John, Pendleton 

Randolph Wm, Philadelphia 

Adams John, Princeton 

Cook A J, Princeton 

Goodrich John, Princeton 

Harrington T B, Princeton 

Lindsey A M, Princeton 

Hunt J & Co, Platte City 

Owens T E, Platte City 

Birch & Bro, Plattsburg 
Thomas Azeriah, Pleasant View 

Ries C F, Portland 

Warfield V B, Randolph 

Domcr cfe Heriraer, Ravena 

White Henry W, Ravena 

Allen T F, Readsville 

Briggs & Tomkius, Roanoke 

Quinn R W, Roanoke 

Garth H H, Rocheport 

Gregory George W, Rocheport 

Smith & Stickell, Rocheport 

Groff' Samuel B, Rochester 

Clark E L, Rockport 

ImhufF C, Rockport 

Stivers L B, Rockport 

Murrin Patrick, Rushville 

Jenkins Wm, Savannah 

Joy S P, Savannah 

Miller R L C, Savannah 
Price W A, (wholesale,) Savannah 
Terrell Johnson & Wells, Savannah 



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Wright Bros, Savannah 

Atterbury & Loveland, Shelbina 

Minter C & D G, . Shelbina 

Mason Benjamin F, Shelbina 

Preston & York, Shelbina 

Robinson J E, Shelbina 

Sigler & Parsons, Shelbina 

Appleberry S, Shelbyville 

Beaur John, Shelbyville 

Gunby W E & Co, Shelbyville 

Hiles J J & Co, Shelbyville 

Irwin A B, Shelbyville 

Glover P, St Aubert 

Copes I W & Co, St Charles 

Denker Henry B, St Charles 

Dolan J, St Charles 

Garvin Alex & Co, St Charles 

Hackmann A H & Co, St Charles 
Kanstiner, Frederick, St Charles 

Laudwehr Herman, St Charles 

Pieper H F & Co, St Charles 

Senden John H, St Charles 

Thro M, St Charles 

Griffith W D & Co, St Francisville 
McDaniel Jesse, St Francisville 

Borngesser T H, (wholesale and 

retail) St Joseph 

Brady Isaac, St Joseph 

Bullen John, St Joseph 

Burri Charles, St Joseph 

Chestnut C & Bros, St Joseph 

Cohen Leopold, St Joseph 

Colburn & Co, St Joseph 

Comstock F A, St Joseph 

Conlisk Peter G, St Joseph 

Diegel Christian, St Joseph 

Dolph A, (wholesale and retail) 

St Joseph 
Dougherty Ales A, St Joseph 

Fleming R B, St Joseph 

FLOYD WM H & CO, (wholesale 

and retail) St Joseph 

Flynn John, St Joseph 

Frerking August, St Joseph 

Gamble James, St Joseph 

Hartwig & Co, (wholesale) St Joseph 
Hax & King, St Joseph 

HESS S &C0, (wholesale) St Joseph 
Huke Wm, St Joseph 

Hyde G W, St Joseph 

Jones Thomas, St Josepli 

Kelly James Jr, St Joseph 

Kelly James H, St Joseph 

KOCH, CHEW & CO, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 



Koch Wra, St Joseph 

Kolker Joseph, St Joseph 

Kurz Jacob, St Joseph 

Marechal D, St Joseph 

Mathevrs John, St Joseph 

Mauritzius Paul, St Josepli 

McKinney N, St Joseph 

McNeely, (wholesale) St Joseph 

Monro Arthur, St Joseph 

NAVE, JIcCORB & CO, (wholesale) 
St Joseph 
OWENS ISAAC, St Joseph 

Parker A, St Joseph 

Raftery T J, St Joseph 

MCHAK^DSON, TAYLOE & CO, 

^wholesale) St Joseph 

Rosenblatt Herman, St Joseph 

Rosenthal Isaac, St Joseph 

Sandusky & Co, St Joseph 

Seltz & Douglas, St Joseph 

SICALUFF W B & CO, (wholesale) 
St Josepli 
Smith, Kerr & Ogdcn, (wholesale) 

St Joseph 
Staples & Patch, St Joseph 

Thompson & Buzard, St Joseph 

TUllNEK, FRAZER & WIL- 
LIAMS, (wliolesale) St Joseph 
Uh linger & Wekerli, St Joseph 

Walzcr John, St Joseph 

Westheimer & Eppstein, St Joseph 
Wills Andrew J, St Joseph 

Wirth Valentine, St Joseph 

Zimmerman Fred, St Joseph 

Zimmerman Joseph, St Joseph 

Owen Thomas, Stewartsville 

Stagg & Finch, Stewartsville 

Egl e Joseph , Sturgeon 

Homan Frederick, Sturgeon 

Patten J D, Sturgeon 

Smith J B, , Sturgeon 

Taylor Joseph, Sturgeon 

Fry James B, Terre Haute 

Spitler & Jtlurphy, Trenton 

St Crist J, Unionville 

Stite J, Unionville 

Chittenden, Utica 

Crane Jesse, Utica 

Fink & Dcering, Utica 

Murdock James, Utica 

Parsons & Taylor, Utica 

Whittaker Ephraini Utica 

Sachs S, " Warren 

Proudhom Chas, Warrenton 

Calvert James M, Weston 



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Hall James W, 
Kyle & Keller, 
Lipscomb T M, 
Mathews J W, 
Trollman John, 
Woodring & Howell, 
Cline H, 

Shaptaugh J & Co, 
Bruce G A, 
Horr J W & Co, 



Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Whitesville 

Williamstown 

Winthrop City 

Winthrop City 



Gutta Percha Roofing. 

Fleury Raymond & Co, St Joseph 



Gunsmiths. 



Howell Wm, 
Childers M, 
Chapman W S, 
Theid Fred, 
Coutney R H, 
Bargdoll J, _ 
Cherlin Christ, 
Knaws John, 
Ith Randolph, 
Sheets John, 



Albany 

Alexandria 

Brookfield 

Brunswick 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Dardenne 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 



Wachter John & Bro, Glasgow 

Miller C O, _ Hannibal 

Mayo & Durmial, Huntsville 

Harris Robert, Kirksville 

Karns H, Lancaster 

Dickson Moses, Liberty 

Bruce Wm, Louisiana 

Clarke A P, Louisiana 

Milsted A I, Macon City 

Arnold Thomas, Mitchellville 
Flood John, Montgomery City 

Owsley Robert, Newark 

HartkofF Daniel, New London 

Cotton Wm, Oregon 

Heller Rudolph, Palmyra 

Dawson W H, Paris 

Southard A M, Savannah 

Bottcher F, Shelbyville 

Hammes Stephen, St Charles 

Ringe F, St Charles 

Ringe Louis, St Charles 

Eckhardt & Rein, St Joseph 

Posegate I F & Co, St Joseph 

Wilcox Oliver, Stewartsville 

Spranglc, Trenton 

Schuni, Wellsville, 

Kester John, Weston 



Hardware Dealers. 

BECKER CHAS L & CO, 

Alexandria 
Hart G B, Breckenridge 

Johnson Wm R & Co, Brookfield 

Turner & Cooley, Brookfield 

Outcalt G W, Brunswick 

Shackelford R L, Callao 

CORN W D & CO, Cameron 

Mauzey E P, Canton 

McKim Wm H, Canton 

Glick & Rairdon, Carrolton 

Ainsworth G A & T W, Chillicothe 

Boats & Stewart, Chillicothe 

Dunn & Daly, Chillicothe 

Drake & Miller, Clarksville 

Mathews J S, Columbia 

Jack J S & Bro, Edina 

Winterbottom John H, Edina 

Miller & Pankey, Fayette 

Neal & Hagan, Fulton 

Osborn Thos J, Gallatin 

Rodgers George, Gallatin 

Dantel C, Gentryville 

MORTON J N, Hamilton 

Hickman & Bro, Hannibal 

Hixon & Busby, Hannibal 

Kansteiner Wm, Hannibal 
Levering A R, (wholesale) Hannibal 

Jamison J G, Kirksville 

Willis & Weber, Kirksville 

Dreyfus & Woracek, Louisiana 

Bearce L S & Co, Macon City 

Demeter & Mayer, Macon City 

Jaeger J & Co, Macon City 

Ferris G D, Mexico 

McK(eLH&Co, Mexico 

Smith J C, Mexico 

Josselyn H P, Newark 

Anderson & Cummings, Oregon 

Berryman & Lee, Palmyra 

Best Brothers, Palmyra 

Keller Granville, Palmyra 

IMariner C H & Co, Palmyra 

Dentzer John, Rockport 

Waddle & Spence, Rockport 

Beard & Hudson, Savannah 

Garret S F, Savannah 

GROUT J H, Shelbina 

GOODMAN C & BRO, Shelbina 

Welker & Yoe, Shelbyville 

Hucker C H, St Charles 

Colhoun Edmond R, St Joseph 

Constable D A, St Joseph 



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HOT 329 


Ellingwood T L, (wholesale 


OHIO HOUSE, 


Bethany 


and retail) 


St Joseph 


Sevier James A, 


Bethany 


Fairleigh T & Co, (wholesale) 


Miller Wm, 


Bethel 




St Joseph 


Bevier House, 


Bevier 


Mansfield A C, 


St Joseph 


Blain W W, 


Bowling Green 


Wyeth W M & Co, (wholesale 


Roberts, 


Bowling Green 


and retail,) 


St Joseph 


TrosperRB, 


Breckenridge 


Chittenden , 


Utica 


BROOKFIELD HOUSE. 


Magers H & T, 


Weston 




Brookfield 


■» .». — — 


— ^ . 


Aurora House, 


Brookfield 


Hats, Caps and Furs. 


Central Hotel, 


Brookfield 


Fischer Louis, 


Hannibal 


Grove Joseph, 


Brooklyn 


Fitzgerald E G L, 


Hannibal 


Spencer House, 


Brunswick 


Rosenberg, 


Hannibal 


Brunswick House, 


Brunswick 


Stewart James, 


Hannibal 


Rhodes House 


Brunswick 


Levy, Heyman & Co, 


Huntsville 


Benton House, 


Bucklin 


Quisenberry A, 


LaGrange 


Washington House, 


Bucklin 


Harland T J & Co, 


Louisiana 


Bucklin House, 


Bucklin 


Kelley J S, 


Palmyra 


Farmers House, 


Bucklin 


Logan John, 


Palmyra 


Callao House, 


Callao 


Conover R, 


Savannah 


Cameron Hotel, 


Cameron 


Becker Geo 


St Charles 


Cameron House, 


Cameron 


Eiserer & Faulstich, 


St Charles 


Everett House, 


Canton 


Dunlap David, 


St Joseph 


Eagle House, 


Canton 


EDWARDS T, 


St Joseph 


Reeve OP, 


Central City 


ERNST & DEUSCHLE, St Joseph 


Collier John J, 


Centralia 


Judd H R & Co, (wholesale) 


Sneed Thomas, 


Centralia 




St Joseph 


Yeats Wm, 


Centralia 


Lockwood S, 


St Joseph 


PLANTERS HOUSE, Chillicothe 






Buckeye House, 
Tremont House, 


Chillicothe 
Chillicothe 


Hay Dealers 




Sheperd Bros, 


Hannibal 


Union Hotel, 


Chillicothe 


Biglow & Kimball, 
Johnston John T, 


High Hill 


City House, 


Chillicothe 


LaGrange 


Lestutter House, 


Clarence 


Worthington J B, 


LaGrange 
gomery City 


Elgin House, 


Clarksville 


Byron D M, Mont 


Hume House, 
City Hotel, 


Columbia 
Columbia 


Hemp Dealers. 


Gong J L, 


Crittenden 


McLaughlin P L, 


St Joseph 


Furguson James, 
Fulkerson Robt, 


Curryville 
Danville 


Hides, Tallow and Wool. 

Irwin & Markle, St Joseph 


Nuneley Mrs, 
Sharp Mrs, 
Nimrod House, 


Danville 

Danville 

Dardenne 


Schloss Jacob, 


bt J oseph 


Randall Wm, 
Farmers Home, 


Dardepne 






Dardenne 


Hotels. 




Rol^erts Hiram, 


DeKalb 


Baldock R L, 


Albany 


Bridges Geo, 


Eaglesville 


Jones Jacob, 


Albany 


Berry Mack, 


Edina 


Des Moines House, 


Alexandria 


Jasper Mrs, 


New Florence 


Morris Elijah, 


Alexandria 


Buchanan R H, 


Florida 


Pearl Street House, 


Alexandria 


Heath W R, 


Franklin 


Butcher Isaac, 


Allen 


Frier & Fricke, 


Fulton 


Riggs A, 


Ashley 


Metcalf J W, 


Fulton 


Strickler Henry, 


Ashton 


Sowers Peter, 


Fulton 


Branson C M, 


Ayersville 


Whazley D L, 


Fulton 



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HOT 



Clingan Thos, 
Cox Samuel P, 
Kidd Nelson, 
St Louis Hotel, 
Glasgow House, 
Steinmetz Hotel, 
Youngman Jacob, 
Sickels W A, 
Bomana R, 
Hamilton House, 
Claypool House, 
American House, 
Marion House, 



Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Gentryville 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Grant's Hill 

Green Top 

Hamburg 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 



CONTINENTAL HOTEL Hannibal 

Western House, Hannibal 

Grove House, Hannibal 
H & St Jo R R Hotel, Hannibal 

Commercial Hotel, Hannibal 

Johnson House, Hannibal 

Wm Tell House, Hannibal 

American Hotel, Hannibal 

Sherman House, Hannibal 

Planters House, Hannibal 

Sherman Hotel, Hannibal 

Shamrock House, Hannibal 

Vail Hotel, Hannibal 

Snowden H, Hardin 

Kimble, High Hill 

Evans House, Hunnewell 

Hunnewell House, Hunnewell 

Austin House, Huntsville 

Randolph House, Huntsville 

Couch J C, Island City 

Ridgeway Samuel, Jacksonville 

Camp Josiah, Jonesburg 

Miller John H, Jonesburg 

Kelley I, Kahoka 

Mackey A, Keytesville 

KIDDEIl HOUSE, Kidder 

Pitseuberger M, King City 

Calder House, Kirksville 

North Mo Hotel, Kirksville 

Union Hotel, Kirksville 

City Hotel, Kirksville 

Missouri House, LaClede 

Central House, LaClede 

Bell House LaClede 

Tremont House, LaGrange 

Missouri House, LaGrange 

Cross J, Lancaster 

McCandless R, Lancaster 

Baxter John, Liberty 

Bearing M, Liberty 

City Hotel, Louisiana 

Guun Hotel, Louisiana 



American House, 
CITY HOTEL, 

Commercial Hotel, 
Macon Hotel, 
Tremont House, 
Farmers Hotel, 



Macon City 
Macon City 
Macon City 
Macon City 
Macon City 
Macon City 



North Missouri Hotel, Macon City 

American House, Macon City 

Planters House, Macon City 

Virginia House, Macon City 

Mason House, Macon City 

Whaley House, Macon City 

Crosthwait Mrs, Madisonville 

Commercial Hotel, Madisonville 

Union House, Maryville 

Morlan House, Maryville 

Branscomb D, hotel, Maysville 

Fisher John, Maysville 

Iden I, Maysville 

Douglas House, Memphis 

Martin Septimus, Mexico 

Eureka House, Mexico 

MILLER HOUSE, Mexico 

Montour House, Mexico 

Reed Wm, Middlebury 

Swiney Preston, Middle Grove 

Ray Jas H, Middletown 

White Wm, Middletown 

Planters House, Monroe City 
Kemp Mrs Martha, Montgomery City 
Rowe Mrs E D, Montgomery City 
Spinsby Henry, Montgomery City 

Towson Mrs Sarah, Newark 

Cook L, New Cambria 

Branstetter James, New Harmony 

Smith M, New London 

Sudbrock Wm, New Melle 

Miles Fred, Ninevah No 1 

Boegel Joseph, O'Fallon 

Haverly & Foster, Olio 

City Hotel, Oregon 

Price Peter, Oregon 

Osborn Hotel, Osborn 

Young America House, Osborn 

McAttee A P, Osborn 
NATIONAL HOTEL, Palmyra 

Palmyra Hotel, Palmyra 

Glenn House, Paris 

Southern Hotel, Paris 

Nye Oscar, hotel, Parkville 

Summers Elizabeth, Parkville 

CJollison Mrs, Paulville 

Buckeye House, Princeton 

Cottage House Hotel, Princeton 

Fleischman F, Platte City 



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Planters House, 
White W A, hotel 
Boiny W L, 
Steel' John, 
Keel M S, 
Eilers Frederick, 
McKinley M R, 
Wilson Charles, 
Shaw John B, 
Taylor & Donaldson, 
Edmonson T B, 
Baily R V, 
Rochester House, 
Rich Leonidas, 
Snyder Daniel, 
Dixon A B, 
DEWITT HOUSE, 
Union House, 
Shelbina Hotel, 
Shelby House, 
Duncan George, 
Wylie W C, 
Goben L F, 
City Hotel, 
Missouri Hotel, 
Western House, 
TIRGINIA HOUSE, 
American House, 
Farmers House, 
Washington House, 
T S Black & Co, 



Platte City 

Platte City 

Plattsburg 

Plattsburg 

Pleasant View 

Portland 

Ravenna 

Ravenna 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Roanoke 

Rocheport 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Rockport 

Rushville 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Shelbina 

Shelbina 

Shelbyville 

Spencerburg 

Spring Hill 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Catherines 



Means Sarah C, St Francisville 

Daniel William, St John 

BLAKEMORE HOUSE, St Joseph 
PACIFIC HOUSE, St Joseph 

Oregon House, St Joseph 

PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE, 

St Joseph 
Columbia House, St Joseph 

City Hotel, St Joseph 

American House, St Joseph 

Western Hotel, St Joseph 

Charleston House, St Joseph 

Allen House, St Joseph 

Blakemore House, St Joseph 

National Hotel, St Joseph 

Atlantic House, St Joseph 

Farmers House, St Joseph 

Clariugton House, St Joseph 

Sherman House, St Joseph 

Saunders House, St Joseph 

Snearley Zedekiah, hotel, St Joseph 
Sommers House, St Joseph 

Olive Street Hotel, St Joseph 

Denver House, St Joseph 



Waverly House, 
Cincinnati House, 
Huxley House, 
Commercial House, 
Skelton House, 
Comer George, 
Campbell Thos R, 
Union House, 
Utica Hotel, 
Rogers House, 
Thompson James, 
Warreuton House, 
OLIVE HOUSE, 
Foymath F A, 
Branstutter Adam, 
Petty J S, 
Derkes H & G, 
HUGHES A W & 
Brunson Melvin, 
Renfrow Elijah, 
Ulmer Thomas, 
Bradford D, 
Tuttle Daniel, 
Martin James, 
Wakefield V K, 
Reed Henry, 
Miller A R, 



St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stewartsville 

Sweet Home 

Terre Haute 

Trenton 

Utica 

Utica 

Walnut Hill 

Warrentou 

Warren ton 

Wellsburg 

Wellsville 

Wellsville 

Weutzville 

CO, Weston 

West Quincy 

West Quincy 

White Cloud 

Whites ville 

Williamstown 

Winthrop City 

Winthrop City 

Xenia 

Yolo 



House Furnisliing Goods. 


Rowley C A, 


St Joseph 


Hulb, Spoke and Wheel Factory. 


Dutton Edward, 


St Joseph 


Ice Dealers 




Ballien Henry, 


Alexandria 


Forrest Geo W, 


Canton 


Seibel & Brown, 


Glasgow 


Bridgeford Robt, 


Hannibal 


McDaniel, 


Hannibal 


Foley George, 


LaGrange 


Lieser Fred, 


LaGrange 


Frcrking August, 


St Joseph 


MAST CHRISTIAN, 


St Joseph 



Insurance Agents. 

CIIANDALL E J & CO, BrookSeld 
Applegate James L, Brunswick 

Anderson & Russell, Chillicothe 

EDGEllTON I) W C, Chillicothe 
Home Mutual lasuranco 

Company, Columbia 

Gillahan \V C, Gallatin 

Birch, Earickson & Co, Glasgow 



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Suydam L L, 
Christian John R, 
Porter I B, 
Smith & Law, 
Morris J H, 
Hagood J N, 
Bryce Thomas, 
Hughes F T, 
Morton Wm A, 
Carstarphen J E, 
Ginley J D, 
LARRABEE&BRO, 
Martin Septimus, 
WRKIHT JOSIAH, 

Gleason , 

Goodrich Chas E 



Hannibal 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Lancaster 

Liberty 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Montgomery City 

Montgomery City 



HATCHER THOS E & SON 

Palmyra 
Thompson Thomas E, 
SHAFER & YORK, 

Alexander Joseph, 
KIN€; ANDREW, 
Beach James T, 



CHEWT J,Jr, 

Davenport C W, 
Dolman John A, 
Gyles J H, 
Hopkins J B, 
McCord Wm J, 
Northam C C, 
Williams E H, 
Howe C F, 
ROBERTS N S, 
Barnhart Robert, 



Palmyra 
Shelbina 
St Charles 
St Charles 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
Warrenton 
Weston 



Insurance Companies, Chartered. 

State Fire, Hannibal 

National Horse, Hannibal 

Missouri Central, Macon City 

MISSOURI STATE HORSE IN- 

SURANCE CO, Palmyra 

Buchanan Life &c, St Joseph 



Intelligence Office. 

Coker & Bender, St Josej^h 

Iron Stores. 

Mauzly E P, Canton 

Ainsworth G A & F W, Chillicothe 

MORTON J N, Hamilton 

Dcmeter & Mayer, Louisiana 

Constable D A, St Joseph 

Magers H & J, Weston 



Temple H C, Glasgow 

GREEN & SON, Hannibal 

Brittingham J B, Hannibal 

Ely D S, Hannibal 

Hawkins Thos W & Co, Hannibal 



Job Printing Offices. 

Wright D T, Chillicothe 

Brooks & Mann, Hannibal 

Winchell, Ebert & Marsh, Hannibal 
SWICK & CO, St Joseph 



Lawyers. 

Caldwell Isaac P, 
COMSTOCK CHAS G, 

Lewis G W, 

PIERCE & ROGERS, 
DAY D A, 

Dixon Geo C, 
Todd Geo R, 
Alvord D S, 
Bryant Joseph F, 
Heaston D J, 
Howell John C, 
Lewis Wm G, 
Campbell Wm, 
Caldwell David, 
Dickinson Parks, 
Murray S F, 
PIERCE J G, 
CRANDALL W D, 
Houston S P, 
Myers A W, 
Dolmon P R, 
Hammond Chas, 
Kinley & Stockwell, 
Redburn Francis M, 
Taylor S E, 
Winslow Chas A, 
Fields C J, 

Rose , 

NEWBERRY P, 
Blair J G, 
Conrad W F, 
Ellison Jas & Geo, 
Hawkins M C, 
Louthan John J, 
Rollins Nat, 

ROLLINS & CONRAD, 
ASPER & POLLARD, 
Browning Wm T, 
Collier LT, 
Crowgill John, 



Albany 

Albany 

Albany 

Albany 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Bethany 

Bethany 

I^ethany 

Bethany 

Bethany 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Breckenridge 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Bucklin 

Bucklin 

Cameron 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

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INSURANCE ! 

riEE. CABSO, HULL, LIFE AHU ACCmUHT. 

20 Oh'rc Street^ bet. 3Ialif. and Second, St. Louis, Mo. 

THE "UNITED" FIRE AND MARINE 

Ojipilsil, - - - - .i^8oo,ooo. 

mmmn valley life iiuraice co. of America. 

WESTEHN AND SOUTHERN HOME INSTITUTIONS, SOUND AND RE- 
LIABLE, AND PEOMPT IN THE PAYMENT OF LOSSES. 

(See eai'ds and circulars for Olftcers, Stockholders and reiVrcDces.) 

Risks taken on Buildings and their Contents, on Cargoes and on Hulls at 

the lowest rates warranted by security. Dwelling Houses insured 

from one to five years, on the most reasonable terms. 

Life Policies issued on the 

TEN YEAR NON-FORFEITING, 

NON-FORFEITING ENDOWMENT, 

COMBINED LIFE AND ACCIDENT, 

And all other popular methods, on either 

joiii sieei 01 mumAL wmmu. 

GENERAI^ A-CCIDENT r'OLICIES 

— AND — 

GENERAL ACCIDENT TICKETS! 

Insuring against ALL ACCIDENTS, and providing compensation for per- 
sonal injury, issued for any term from ONE DAY to FIVE 
YEARS, and from $oOO to $10,000 at 25 cents per 
day tor ^5,000, or live dollars per 
year for $1,000. 

B@°" Local and Traveling Agents in Missouri and Kansas constantly 
wanted. Experienced men preferred. 

M. REDDING, Jr., General Agent, 

New Xo. ISO Olive StreeU 



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RICH AND CHEAP LANDS. 



GOOD FARMS AND HOMES 

IJV INOJRTII JMISSOURI. 

THE EANITIBAL &, ST. JOSEPH EAILEOAD COMP'Y 

OFFER FOR SALE 



Best Prairie, Timber and Coal Lands in tlie ¥cst! 

In Forty Acre Lots or more, on 

TWO OR TEN YE^KS CREDIT. 

At prices ranging from $2.40 to $S, 4, $5, $6, $9, $12 and $15, averaging 
under $10 per acre. 

DEDUCTIONS. — Twenty per cent, is deducted from Ten Year's credit 
price, if fully paid in two years. 

Exploring Land Buyers' railroad fare is returned or allowed in payment 

of land. 

Town Lots in towns on the railroad are sold for one-third of value down, 

one-third in one year, and one-third in two years with interest. 

COLONIES. — Emigrants settling in Colonies will contribute greatly to 
each others' advantage. The large and choice bodies of land offered fur- 
nish them every facility, and can be secured on convenient time for settlement 
by a colony, as per terms of long credit contracts. Other than railroad lands 
can readily be obtained with them, when wanted in a contiguous body for 
a colony. 

B^'' CIRCULARfS, giving full particulars, furnished gratis. Persons 
wishing to enlist their friends to emigrate with them should apply for all 
they want to circulate. 

CORRESPONDENCE INVITED AND LETTERS ANSWERED. 

Land buyers should come direct to Land Office at Hannibal. 
A Sectional Maj), showing the exact location of all our lands, is sold at 30 
cents. Apply by letter, or otherwise, to 

GEORGE S. HARRIS, 

Land Commissioner H. & St. Jo. R. R., Hannibal, Mo^ 



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Dixon John, 


Chillicothe 


Lewis John B, 


Hannibal 


McMILLEN & NORYILLE, 


Porter Gilchrist, 


Hannibal 




Chillicothe 


RICHARDSON WM A 


, Hannibal 


MOORE ROBT S, 


Chillicothe 


Robards John L, 


Hannibal 


Murphy Lawrence D, 
MANSUR C H, 


Chillicothe 


Wilson A B, 


Hannibal 


Chillicothe 


Dunning A H, 


Hunnewell 


Bmith Turner, 


Chillicothe 


Allen Charles, 


Huntsville 


Samuel & Warder, 


Chillicothe 


Brooking R L, 


Huntsville 


Gordon J M, 


Columbia 


Christian John R, 


Huntsville 


Genter 0, 


Columbia 


Hall & Reed, 


Huntsville 


Harkinson A J, 


Columbia 


Head James D, 


Huntsville 


Russell F T, 


Columbia 


Hull John R, 


Huntsville 


Shields R J, 


Columbia 


Kimbrough T B, 


Huntsville 


Woodson W, 


Columbia 


Porter H M & I B, 


Huntsville 


Crackaner Stuart, 


Danville 


Roth well G F, 


Huntsville 


Saunders A 0, 


Danville 


Tracy M C, 


Huntsville 


Sharp John, 


Danville 


BUSH S E, 


Kahoka 


Thompson A L, 


Danville 


Krawley & Holcomb, 


Keytesyille 


Edga Allen C, 


DeKalb 


Mackey A, 


Keytesville 


West Griffin, 


DeKalb 


Veatch B M, 


Keytesville 


Clark J B, 


Fayette 


fearrow & Milan, 


Kirksville 


Davis Joseph, 


Fayette 


CORY & BRINKERHOOE, 


Leaiiord R, 


Fayette 




Kirksville 


MAJORS C, Jr, 


Fayette 


Dodson & Risdon, 


Kirksville 


Prewett R T, 


Fayette 


Ghormley J A, 


Kirksville 


Reed J M, 


Fayette 


Griggs W L, 


Kirksville 


Herndon A J, 


Fayette 


Hinkley C B, 


Kirksville 


Allen J B, 


Flint "Hill 


Harrington & Cover, 


Kirksville 


Ansell ThoP, 


Fulton 


Millen H F, 


Kirksville 


Bird M, 


Fulton 


Porter W T, 


Kirksville 


Johnson J J P, 


Fulton 


Stone A C, 


LaClede 


Turner J V, 


Fulton 


Alverson I V, 


LaGrange 


Conover John, 


Gallatin 


DAY SAMUEL J, 


LaGrange 


Cost D L, 


Gallatin 


Glover John M, 


LaGrange 


Davis James L, 


Galhitin 


Hamilton A, 


LaGrange 


Dodge R L, 


Gallatin 


Baker A J, 


Lancaster 


McGee J H, 


Gallatin 


Hughes F T, 


Lancaster 


McFerrin Jas, 


Gallatin 


McGoldrich J, 


Lancaster 


Peaslcy, 


Gallatin 


Ray James, 


Lancaster 


Vance Robert, 


Gallatin 


Snoddy John, 


Lancaster 


Richardson S A, 


Gallatin 


Hard wick Samuel, 


Liberty 


Gillahan W C, 


Gallatin 


Lincoln James E, 


Liberty 


Barclay C R, 


Glasgow 


Murray Jas C, 


Liberty 


Clark & Cockerill, 


Glasgow 


Woods John G, 


Liberty 


SHACKELFORD THOS, Glasgow 


Woodson W H, 


Liberty 


Turner John V, 


Glasgow 


Allen Hugh, 


Louisiana 


Collins T H, 


Grant City 


Anderson Geo W, 


Louisiana 


Sloan R T, 


Grant City 


Draper C L, 


Louisiana 


Allen S S, 


Plannibal 


Hardin W R, 


Louisiana 


Dunning W E, 


Hannibal 


Henderson & Dyer, 


Louisiana 


Green & Wilson, 


Hannibal 


Johnson E B, 


Louisiana 


CARRJAS, 


Hannibal 


Johnson John, 


Louisiana 


Herendeen & Hollister, 


Hannibal 


ShafFner C M, 


Louisiana 


Fisher W H, 


Hannibal 


Brock S G, 


Macon City 


Lamb A W, 


Hannibal 


Curtiss & Pope, 


Macon City 
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Dysart & Eskridge, Macon City i 

Eberman R J, Macon City ' 

Francis C L, Macon City 

Gilstrap & Son, Macon City 

Plenry & Williams, Macon City 

JONES F A, Macon City 

LARRABEE ALB'T, Macon City 
McGINDLEY A N k J H, 

Macon City 

STEELE & BLAIR, Macon City 

Vrooman & Perosfrine, Macon City 

WILLIAMS, JONES & 

BROCK, Macon City 

WILLIAMS A J, Macon City 

Bentley & Dawson, Maryville 

Case L H, Maryville 

Coover & Ford, Maryville 

McMilan & Davis, Maryville 
Roseben-y & Moorehouse, Maryville 

Loring Samuel G, Maysville 

Rose Geo W, Maysville 

WEATHERBY T J, Maysville 

Allen C L, Memphis 

Durkee & Allen, Memphis 

Gwine L, Memphis 
CONKLIN & SMART, Mexico 

Cvaddock S A, Mexico 

Edwards & Duncan, Mexico 

Gordon & Simmons, Mexico 
MACFARLANE J D & BRO, 

Mexico 

Ricketts Charles, Mexico 

Simmons M F, Mexico 

Whitney C M, Mexico 

Whitney L H, jMexico 

C ivington John G, Middletown 

Hammack Seneca, Middletown 

James John W, ]\Iiddletown 

Ray Jas H, Middletown 

Eubanks A C, Milan 

Johnston Thomas J, Milan 

Mitchell John, Milan 

Witter M B, Milan 
Gatewood G W, Montgomery City 

DAY S J, Monticello 

MarchandFL, Monticello 

RASH F W, Monticello 

Hillis, Newark 

Dimmitt N S, New London 

Lancaster A G, New London 

Ledford O H P, New London 

Megown John, New London 

Southworth E W, New London 

Wellman Henry C, New London 

Dunagan & Hawthorn, Oregon 



Irvine Clark, 
Marklanes B D, 
Parrish T H, 
Vories F, 

Zook & Vanbuskirk, 
Anderson Rufus E, 
Boulware W M, 
Drummond H T, 
Hart J L, 
Lipscomb H S, 
McCabe Edward, 
Pratt Edmond, 
Redd John T, 
Alexander A M, 
Moss & Robinson, 
BALLEW R B, 



Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Paris 

Princeton 



CREMEENS & FERRYMAN, ' 

HYDE & ORTON, Princeton 

Rogers N H, Princeton 

Smith O F, Princeton 
WRIGHT & BALLEW, Princeton 

Head B S, Roanoke 

Robinson L W, Rocheport 

Spiney I G, Rocheport 

Van Swearengin A W, Sante Fe 

Davis J J, Savannah 

Giddings N B, Savannah 

HARLAN <feKELLEY, Savannah 

Higgins J C, Savannah 

ISIiller & Davis, Savannah 

Rea David, Savannah 

Wellman Henry C, Saverton 

SHAFER & YORK, Sheibiua 

ALEXANDER WM A, St Charles 

Beckinolon Charles, St Charles 

BRIJERE T. St Charles 

BUCKNER & LEWIS, St Charles 

Cunningham T W, St Charles 

EDWARDS A H, St Charles 

KING A, St Charles 

Kingsbury B B, St Charles 

LACKLAND H C, St Charles 

ORRICK J C, St Charles 

Orrick W W, St Charles 

Albin & Montague, St Joseph 

Avers Eugene, St Joseph 

BASSETT J M, St Joseph 

Bigers T B, St Joseph 

Bliss P, St Joseph 

Ensworth & Carter, St Joseph 

HALL c"fc OLIVER, St Joseph 

Harbine Thomas, St Joseph 

Hereford A P, St Joseph 

Hebrick Howard R, St Joseph 

Hill E O, St Joseph 



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Hunter James, St Joseph 

Kirk A D, St Joseph 

Loan Benjamin, St Joseph 
PARKER, STRONG & 

CHANDLER, St Joseph 

Parker Thomas, St Joseph 

Pike Bennett, St Joseph 

Rings James H, St Joseph 

Tieman M F, St Joseph 

Tutt Henry, St Joseph 

Vineyard Benj R, St Joseph 
TORIES H M X^ A H, St Joseph 
WILSON CHARLES E, St Joseph 
WOODSON & JONES, St Joseph 

ZIMMERMAN E C, St Joseph 

LAWSON L M, St Joseph 

Haynes H AV, Stewartsville 

Moore Wm, Stewartsville 

Buckholder , Trenton 

Metcalf Daniel, Trenton 

Perry Stephen, Ti-entou 

Spanklin J H, Trenton 

Sykes A K, Trenton 

Voorhies J jM, Trenton 

Bonfills E N, Troy 

McKee A V, Troy 

Quigley Henry, Troy 

Wheeler C, Troy 

Allen J B, Truxton 

Williams F T, Truxton 

Fulton F G, Utica 

Fisher , Utica 

Dryden L J, Warrenton 

MORSEY F, Warrenton 

Peers C E, AVarrenton 

ROBERTS N S, Warrenton 

BURNES JAS N, Weston 

Carroll AV S, Weston 

DONIPHAN JNO, Weston 

FULTON S D, Weston 

GILBERT SAMUEL A, Weston 

HITT JAMES J, Weston 

Scott Daniel, Weston 

YOCOM W F, Weston 



Leather Dealers. 

Eberly George, Glasgow 

Brewington cfe Coontz Hannibal 

Jordan & Pitts, Hannibal 

Markley John S, Louisiana 

Knowles & Baldwin, Macon City 

Logan John, Palmyra 

Gut E F & Son, St Charles 

HAMMAN I G & CO, St Joseph 



Lime Kilus. 



Shaffer A P, 
Schneider Frank, 
Stuart & Morehouse, 
Rodah Fred, 
Young J Y, 
Forcht & Co, 
Hansam Peter, 
Oehri G, 

Davis & Roberts, 
Barlow & Roberts, 



Breckenridge 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

LaGrange 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Francisville 

St Joseph 



Livery StaWes. 

Tull & Rosier, Alexandria 

Eaes Henry, Bethany 

Dewey, Stanley & Co, Brookfield 

Browu & Brother, Brunswick 

Harris & Woods, Brunswick 

Thomas & McCartney, Cameron 

Cooksey J E, Canton 

Teeters H H, Canton 

Platter & Sons, Chillicothe 

Patterson John, Chillicothe 

Robertson George, Chiiliiolhe 

Spence Wm, Chillicothe 

McGinnis T S, Clarksville 

Gordon & Clarke, Columbia 

Patrick & Brooks, Fayette 

Bcnnet John, Fulton 

Cox Samuel P, Gallatin 

Richardson S A, Gallatin 

Thixton Louis, Glasgow 

Foley & Green, Hamilton 

Dudding Jos, Hannibal 
MURPHY ct BISHOP, Hannibal 

Simmons W O, Hannibal 

Smart Geo &: Bro, Hannibal 

SMITH WM, Huntsville 

Dillon & Burton, Kirksville 

Eckes & Edwards, Kirksville 

Garret R A & Son, Kirksville 

Mangrove Edward, LaClede 

BRINKMAN FRED LaGrange 

Diver M R, LaGrange 

Hart B C, Liberty 

Wymore Geo W, Liberty 

Morphy J R, Louisiana 

Shaw^ John, Louisiana 

Bourke Julius, Macon City 

Eddington & Wilson, Macon City 

Hueston & Lyle, Macon City 

Davis W H & G, Maryville 
Weatherby <fc McCracken, Maysville 

Muldrow & White, Mexico 

Brown Rollin, Monroe City 



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Barker J, Montgomery City 

Beels & Harman, Oregon 

Harman Wm, Oregon 

Curd & Devricks, Palmyra 

Brown & Speed, Paris 

Long Robert, Parkville 

Pontius Daniel, Princeton 

Level John, Platte City 

Berryman T C, Plattsburg 

Ferguson & Nicol, Plattsburg 

Warful & Ford, Plattsburg 

Bullock & Taylor, Richmond 

Whitmer & Son, Richmond 

Quiun G M, Roanoke 

Harris Tyra, Rocheport 

Peters Wm D, Rocheport 

\Yoods M O, Rocheport 

Austin & Barber, Savannah 

COUCH M I, Savannah 

Phillips E A, Savannah 

Lowe Thomas, Saverton 

Wyman Daniel, Shelbina 

Dorah J W & Bro, Shelbyville 

Haake & Burns, St Charles 

Harris R A, St Charles 

Benham L, St Joseph 

Bigelow John, St Joseph 
Bullimore, Kuowles & Co, St Joseph 

Cundiff W L & Co, St Joseph 

Davis & Bayless, St Joseph 

Devorss W, St Joseph 

Fish M G & Co, St Joseph 
Freeland.McClintock & Co.JSt Joseph 

Griffith & Badger, St Joseph 

Johnston & Fletcher, St Joseph 

McAleer Geo W, St Joseph 

Rusk & Dougherty, St Joseph 

Small Mrs, St Joseph 

Thornton James S, St Joseph 

Warfield James, St Joseph 

McDonald O G, Stewartsville 

Hatter Conrad, Weston 

Woods & Story, Weston 



Moore M H & Co, St Joseph 

Neville & Co, St Joseph 

Westheimer & Eppstein, St Joseph 



I Locksmiths- 

' Gluntz John, 



Weston 



Liquor Dealers. 



Cameron & Fish, 
Sherman J D & Co, 
BROOK HM, 
Timberman J R, 
McNutt W L, 
Egbert & McClintock, 
McCarty A Z, 
ALDERS & CO, 
HESS S & CO, 



Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Louisiana 

Missouri City 

Missouri City 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 



Loom Factory. 

Hobson William, Savannah 



Lumber Merchants. 

Hitt & Hampton, Alexandria 

Turner David, Alexandria 

Tisue C, Allen 
Pierce & Hughes, Breckenridge 

Crandall E 3, Brooklield 

Rynex J M & Co, Brooklield 

Turner A, Brookfield 

Finch Wm & Co, Brunswick 

Forcht & Co, Bucklin 

Bundrew Isaac, Callao 

Frame James, Cameron 

PACKARD C E & CO Cameron 

Ellis Wm, Canton 

Hawkins L C, Canton 

Grant & Vance, Centralia 

Bernard J C, Chillicothe 

Hearne F P & Co, Chillicothe 

Kelsey A T, Clarksville 

Wells & Hughes, Clarksville 

Lewis & Heryford, Crlasgow 

Swacker Noah, Glasgow 

Bowman & Bowman, Hamilton 

Goodenow & Roddie, Hamilton 

Barrack Jas, Hannibal 

Chinn, League & Co, Hannibal 

DORM AN & TOLL, Hannibal 

Dubach D & Co, Hannibal 

Graves D P, Hannibal 

Howe & Rablin, Hannibal 

Lockhead Andrew, Hannibal 

Petibone A W, Hannibal 

Price & McKnight, Hannibal 

Ure John & Co, Hannibal 

Pollock Geo S & Bros,. Kirksville 

Pershing John F, LaClede 

Oyster D K, LaGx-ange 

Stotts & Howland, LaGrange 

Bryant J E, Liberty 

Milroy John M, Louisiana 

Carstarphen & Soward, Louisiana 

Forcht & Co, Macon City 

Shortridge E C D & Co,. Macon City 

Rue & Gray, Maryville 

Botts A T & Co, Mexico 



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339 



Meyer John, Mexico 

WRIGHT J, Mexico 

BuchauanH A, Monroe City 
Mitchell W C, Montgomery City 

Eush & Pratt, Palmyra 

Luthy F, Parkville 

Ferguson & Nicol, Plattsburg 

Anderson & Pickett, Savannah 

Flack W S & Co, Savannah 

Parker George, Shelbina 

Shires D F, Shelbina 

Overall Asy N, St Charles 

Redmon & Ganss, St Charles 

DOUGHERTY A M, St Joseph 

FAMEY & CO, St Joseph 

Hoagland George T, St Joseph 
Howard, Hastings & Preble, 

St Joseph 

Lowell John St Joseph 

LYON & CO, St Joseph 

Venable G M, St Joseph 

Willard & Daniels, Utica 

Mannen ^V P, Wellsville 

Macliiiiists. 

Purse S M & Co, Ashley 

Buchols & Nichols, Gallatin 

Quealy, Treat & Streeter, Hannibal 
Armstrong J J, Liberty 

Whitnev T F, Louisiana 

MARTIN, LAW & WINSBY, 

Macon City 
Church & Gardner Bro, Mexico 

South 's Heirs, Palmyra 

BURNSIBE,CROWTHER & ROG- 
ERS, St Joseph 
Cox T J, St Joseph 
Taber S, St Joseph 



Magistr 

Gilliam C D, 
Perkins D B, 
Scovern S G, 
Riggs B, 
Schroer John F, 
Campbell Wm, 
Schnell Martin, 
Thomas J J, 
Crandall Ross, 
Ellison Samuel, 
PLEDGE G F, 
Bliss N J, 
Williams Alex, 
Pligbee Andy J, 
Gibson Smith, 



ates. 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Ashley 

Augusta 

Bowling Green 

Bridgeport 

Bridgeport 

Brooktield 

Bucklin 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarence 

College Mound 



Mitchell Harvey, Curryville 

Wilson Wm, Curryville 

Beach Hiram, Edina 

Cotty Wm I, Edina 

Fetter Casper, Edina 

Primm Rufus, Edina 

Sever Joseph, Edina 

Baxton Pollard, Florida 

McGee O H, Gallatin 

Fleming Byrd M, Halleck 

Lenz M, High Hill 
Schoppenhorst H, Jr, 

Hopewell Academy 

Siggins Samuel W, Hunnewell 

Bibb James G, Huntsville 

Carlisle O D, Huntsville 

Stamper D H, 4 Hunnewell 

Polston R F, \racksonville 

Miller R, Kirksville 

Jamison J, Kirksville 

Porter W J, LaClede 

Steel W H, Lancaster 

Chrisman John, Liberty 

Plarris James Liberty 

Reed James, Liberty 

Reeve D H, ' Liberty 

Munch A, Marthasville 

Clark Wm, Martinsburg 

Allen John Mary villa 

Remley Samuel, Maryville 

A^insonhaler I, Maryville 

Weatlierman J W, Maryville 

Bull M, Memphis 

Ford M L, Memphis 

Gilliam James F, Mexico 

Halev H R, Middle Grove 

Ragland T B, Middle Grove 

James John W, Middletown 

Evans W L T, Milton 
Bruner David, Montgomery City 
Trainer Adam F, Montgomery City 

Glazier Rodney, Mooresville 

Hurt Thos R, Mt Airy 

Barnes J, NcAvark 

Epperson W, New London 

Gill Thos F, New London 

Hurt Yager, New London 

Whaley O, New London 
Field G W, New Market No 1 

Abington Henry, New Melle 
Painter S, Ordleheide's Store 
Simms A W, Ordleheide's Store 

Edwards A J, Oregon 

Fields W T, Paris 

Haley H R, Paris 



340 MAG 


s. B. wyckoff's MAY 


Pollard B C, 


Paris 


Mayors. 




Speed James, 


Paris 


Shafer James, 


Alexandria 


Busse Henry, 


Pinkney 


Williams R B, 


Chillicothe 


"Wagner Frederick, 


Pinkney 


Lomax John, 


LaClede 


Gamache E J, 


Portage de Sioux 


Johnson Andrew, 


Palmyra 


Butler Wm, 


Renick 


Hug Charles, 


St Charles 


Slade Wm, 


Rocheport 


Armstrong Beattie, 


St Joseph 


Webber Elijah, 


Rushville 
Salisbury 
Saverton 






Thomas John H, 
Cameron Neil, 


Meat Markets. 


Weatherby W W, 


Shelbina 


Greenough C, 


Albany 


Haake Anton, 


St Charles 


Duncan Chas, 


Alexandria 


Rood C, 


St Charles 


Shultz Henry, 


Bethany 


Dum J S, 


St Catherines 


Hughes Henry C, 


Breckenridge 


Lyon A B, 


St Joseph 


Proud & Needles, 


Brookfield 


Robidoux J C, 


St Joseph 


Bruner Adam, 


Brunswick 


SALTZMAN A, 


St Joseph 


Hall & Voigle, 


Brunswick 


SHERMAN W H, 


St Joseph 


Tammy & Co, 


Brunswick 


Smith Fred W^ 


St Joseph 


Hetzler Louis, 


Canton 


Pennington J R, 


Stewartsvi le 


Hetzler Chas, 


Canton 


Thomas W A, 


Thomasville 


Rose John, 


Canton 


Faulconer John H, 


Warrenton 


Wagner John C, 


Canton 


Newby, 


■ Wellsville 


Harper, Wells & Bear, 


Chillicothe 


Pace, 


Wellsville 


Jones Wiras, 


Chillicothe 


Savage Joseph W, 


Wentsville 


Moser Andrew, 


Chillicothe 






TX'Tnlnnp it Cn 


Clarksvillp 


Malt IfnnsPi. 


Jones & Brosius, 


Gallatin 






Seibel & Brown, 


Glasgow 


Koerner Louis, 


St Joseph 


Jack & Lyon, 


Edina 






Boedekcr M, 
Braham Thos, 
Bridgeford, Hixon & C 


Hannibal 


Marl)le Dealers. 


Hannibal 
0, Hannibal 


Lyons Patrick, 


Bowling Green 


Goldsmith, 


Hannibal 


Browning F G, 


Canton 


Hill Benjamin, 


Hannibal 


Fitzpatrick & Grab 


am, Chillicothe 


Kilian Michael, 


Hannibal 


Frazer J N, 


Fayette 


Moncton Geo, 


Hannibal 


Baier Phillip, 


Glasgow 


Norback Henry, 


Hannibal 


Martin Richard, 


Hannibal 


Ran John, 


Hannibal 


Baird David, 


Kirksville 


Rommel Fred, 


Hannibal 


Johnson Wm H, 


Louisiana 


Johnson & Bro, 


Huntsvillc 


Wilson & Farley, 


Macon City 


Goodson Solomon, 


Kirksville 


Martin J H, 


Mexico 


Dick James, 


LaClede 


Hart John, 


Palmyra 


Porter & Hurlbut, 


LaClede 


BEDWELL E K, 


St Joseph 


Berry Benj, 


LaGrange 


FARRIS, THOMPSON & JOHN- 


Saycr Michael, 


LaGrange 


SON, 


St Joseph 


Conrad it Stephens, 


Louisiana 


PFEIIFER J, 


St Joseph 


Gentry Tliompson, 


Louisiana 






Kleisner & Bush, 
Baum ifc Co, 
McLaughlin J E & Co, 


Louisiana 


Match Factory. 


Macon City 
Macon City 


TILBESC, 


Hannibal 


Rodgers & Fritz, 


Macon City 






Cassiday W L, 
Roberts Martin, 
Furguson Wm, Mor 


Mexico 


Mattress Makers. 


Mexico 
itgomery City 


Bausbach P, 


St Joseph 


Scott J, New Market No 1 



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341 



Clovin George, 
Hancock Wm, 
Majors John, 
Gottleib David, 
Cunningham E L & Co. 
Grienewald J & Geo, 
Hebling Geo, 
Hoffmeister Wm, 
Koesling & Co, 
McConnell John, 
Roebling Adam, 
Schoeber Chas, 
Sellinger August, 
Thoelky Herman 
Bush, 

Mentzel Adolph, 
Montgomery Abel, 
Ullman Benjamin, 
Smith Chas F, 
Dale »fc Burghart, 
Ruf F & Co, 
Termier Gabriel, 
AVinzer A & Co, 



Oregon 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Shelbina 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stewartsville 

Utica 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 



Mercliant Tailors. 



Perkins D B, 
McCurry M W, 
Wallrutf Augustus, 
Higgins Robert H, 
Turton H F, 
Teague & Mcintosh, 
Walhrunn, Bro & Co, 
Wilmot Chas, 
Furnald J P, 
Drops Jos, 
Able W S, 
Aknaugher & Co, 
]\Ianden &, AVilliams, 
Hamilton A F, 
Thompson A: Johnson, 
Tucker P, 
Wilkinson Frank, 
FISHEll B A: CO, 
Baum Ludwig, • 
Wears D, 
Jones James jNI, 
Sandusky (S: Bland, 
Ayers & ISTcville, 
Schumacher J, 
STINE P, 
Womack C A J, 
Gisselman M, 
Nussbaum A, 
Stein er Alvis, 
Smith & Mildred, 



Alexandria 

Bethany 

Brookfield 

B runswick 

Canton 

Clarksville 

Chillicothc 

Chillicothc 

Chillicothc 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Gallatin 

Glasgow 

Hamilton 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Liberty 

Liberty 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Mexico 



Wilker & Turner, Middle Grove 

Tittle Wm G, Newark 

Wiederkehr John, Palmyra 

Bean & Avery, Plattsburg 

Reuner Chas, Rockport 

Eader & Hess, Savannah 

Schable F, Shelbina 

Eiserer & Faulstich, St Charles 

Linnemann C D, St Charles 

Lutolf Joseph, St Charles 

Paule Frank, St Charles 

Schaberg Henry, St Charles 

Baier Peter, St Joseph 
Brissinger & Geiermann, St Joseph 

Clark F, St Joseph 

Cohen Philip, St Joseph 

Derganc J F, St Joseph 

Ewry J L, St Joseph 

Klos FA, St Joseph 

Labrunerie A Sc Co, St Joseph 

Pattison & Gilkison, St Joseph 

Stone B, St Joseph 

Koelling Gottleib, Warren ton 

Weber Geo, Weston 

Midwife. 

Reinw-aldin Katherin, St Charles 

Maguinn Julia A, St Joseph 



Millwi'iirlit. 



Griffith J A, 



Liberty 



Musical Instnimeut Maker. 

Stephenson R A, Louisiana 



Music Dealers. 



Willis Miss J & V, 
Kimmell Abraham, 
Bchr Otto, 
Perry S & Co, 
Stuppy F X, 



PLinnibal 
Hannibal 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 



Music Teachers. 

Hcrz Wm, St Joseph 



Hcrz Mary E, 
Predean Hortense, 
Schoenfeld Theo, 



St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 



Millineries. 

Means Miss, Alexandria 

Nichols ^Miss, Alexandria 

Napier Sally F, Breckenridge 

Steele S A, Brookfield 



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MIL 



8. B. WYCKOFPS 



MIL 



Randall Mrs, Brunswick 

Waterbury, Cameron 

Smoot A, Canton 

Albright J S, Chillicothe 

White ct Dudley, Chillicothe 

Jamison & Bibb, Clarksvillc 
Triplett & Weatherwax, Clarksville 

McKay Mrs, Columbia 

NefF & Woodward, Columbia 

Newburg C L, Columbia 

Allen & Barger, Fulton 

Conell Miss, Fulton 

Pickenbaugh & Birch, Fulton 

Williams Mrs E, Fulton 

Foster Mrs, Glasgow 

Moore & Heath, Glasgow 

Crosby Mrs H W, Hannibal 

Lockner Miss Louisa, Hannibal 

Meyer Henry F, Hannil^al 

Moore John S, Hannibal 

Horaans Wm H, Hannibal 

Madison E A, Huntsville 

Baird Miss fi W, Kirksville 

Kennedy Miss M A, Kirksville 

Bean Julia, LaCiede 

Hobbs L A, LaClede 

Jones E A, LaClede 

Lehman Mrs, LaGrange 

Mason Mrs, LaGrange 

North Miss, LaGrange 

Adams Lucy A, ]iOuisiana 

Johnson J M & Co, J.ouisiana 

Martin L, Louisiana 

Robinson, Louisiana 

Stevenson S A, Louisiana 



Wood & Wright, Louisiana 

Pool R C, Macon City 

Roads Mrs M J, Macon City 

Vcrvalin Jane, Macon City 

Ashford Mrs M M, Maryville 

Hietman Mrs S, Maryville 

Pilcher M A, Mexico 

Potts Mrs S A, Mexico 

Shortman Mrs E A, Mexico 

Cook & Robinson, Montgomery City 
Neighbors Mrs J A, 

I\Iontgomery City 



Weber Mrs A, 
Clark Sarah, 
Curry Miss M, 
Hopson Nancy, 
Klien Mary, 
Wetmore E S, 
Dickinson & Ford, 
Welsh Mrs, 
Lowen Mrs F, 
Kember Mrs H, 
Weber John, 
Boa:an Mrs M, 
Clifford Miss, 
Cole Mrs H F, 
GIBSON Mils G W, 
Hall Mrs M. 
Holmen L A, 
Hranitzky I), 
Hutton R J, 
Irving Mrs C H, 
Stone B, 
Styles Mrs, 



Montgomery City 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Rocheport 

Saverton 

Shelbina 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Weston 



Publishers and Editors of Newspapers. 

The Grand River News, weekly 350 circulation, Deming & Mathewson, Albany 

The Conservative Missourian, weekly, M Frazee, ed. and prop. Alexandria 
ALEXANDRIA TRUE FLAG, weekly, SCOYERN & PRENTISS, 

circulation 1000, Alexandria 

North Missouri Tribune, weekly, circulation 400, Thos D Neal, Bethany 

Weekly Brunswicker, bv JB Navlor <'\: Co, Brunswick 

C A NTON PR ESS, week I v, R A RRETT A; ( VHINN, Canton 
CHILLICOTHE SPECTATOR, weeklv, circulation 600, 

GLOSSOP, WORTHINGTON k (JO, Chillicothe 
CHILLICOTHE (CONSTITUTION, weeklv, circulation 500, 

HOWARD S HARRAllGH, ' Chillicothe 

Clarksville Monitor, weekly, circulation 700, W Frazee, Clarksville 

Missouri Statesman, Switzler W F, Columbia 

Missouri Watchman, Coony Alfred, Edina 

Missouri Telegraph, Williams John B ct Co, Fulton 

Gallatin Torchlight, circulation 700, Kost D L, Gallatin 



NORTH MISSOURI DIRECTORY. 343 

Business men wishing to adver- 
tise in any part of the country can 
send their orders to Messrs. GEO. 

P. IIOWELL & CO., No 2:] Con- 
gress street, Boston, or 58 Cedar 
street, New York, who are au- 
thorized to contract at Publishers' 

prices for all Newspapers issued 
in the United States or British 
Provinces. 

By employing an agent, the ad- 
vertiser gains the advantage of 
dealing with one person instead 
of many, and the cost is no more, 
as the agent's commission comes 
from the publisher. 



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NEW 



North Missourian, circulation 350, Thompson Wm A, Glasgow 

Glasgow Times, Glasgow 

HANNIBAL REPUBLIC, daily 600 circulation, weekly 3000, 

AUSTIN BROOKS, 
North Missouri Commercial Aclvertizer, Garland D D, 
NORTH MISSOURI COURIER, circulation daily 400, weekly 

3000, WINCHELL, EBERT & MARSH, 
Randolph Citizen, weekly, circulation 500, R W Thompson, 
Kirksville Journal, weekly, Darlington & Gill, 
LaGrange American, Howe C H, 
Lancaster Excelsior, weekly, circulation 500, 
Liberty Tribune, weekly, Miller Robt H, 
Louisiana Journal, weekly, circulation 1000, Hesser Jas L, 
True Flag, Weekly, circulation 700, Rodgers & Draper, 
Macon Times, weekly, Clark H Green, 
Macon Argus, weekly, Proctor Thos, 
Maryville Weekly Gazette, Votaw A C, 
Memphis Conservative, weekly, Gharkey John, 
Weekly Ledger, circulation 750, Brooks J T, 
North Missouri Messenger, weekly, circulation 500, Davenport W W Mexico 
Montgomery Independent, weekly, circulation 400, Robt Verdier, 

JMontgomery City 
Ralls County Weekly Record, Dodge & Mayhall, New London 

Holt county Sentinel, Bowman C W, Oregon 

MISSOURI BAPT [ST JOURNAL, RHOADES & HATCHER, Palmyra 
Palmyra Spectator, Bosey Jacob, Palmyra 

Paris Weekly Mercury, Bean & Mason, Paris 

Mercer County Weekly Advance, circulation 400, Binkley & Co, Princeton 



Hannibal 
Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hunts ville 

Kirksville 

LaGrange 

Lancaster 

Liberty 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Maryville 

Memphis 

Mexico 



Platte City Weekly Reveille, Park & Field, Platte City 

Achison County Journal, Dolph & McCreary, Rockport 

New Era, Beale A W, Savannah 

Shelbina Gazette, Hoselton & Danlton, Shelbina 

ST CIIAMLES SENTINEL, weekly, circulation 650, 

En WAll IDS ALBEMT, St Charles 

ST CHAMLES C0S310S, weekly, circulation 500, 

KING SB UK Y B Ji, St Charles 

ST CHARLES DEMOCBAT, weekly, circulation 900, 

HEN BY BODE & CO, St Charles 

ST JOE VINBICATOB, weekly, circulation 650, 

MILAN J A, St Joseph 

ST jqSEBII DAILY AND WEEKLY UNION. 

daily circulation 800, weekly IGOO, Union Printing Co, St Joseph 

Westliche Volksblatt, daily and weekly, weekly circulation 680, 

daily 490, proprietor, Rodman, Sec'y of State, St Joseph 

ST JOE DAIL Y AND WEEKLY HERALD, 

WILKINSO N a> BIT FINGER, St Joseph 

WILKINSON iH'BITTINGER, daily and^yeeMy Herald, St Joseph 
Heinrichs Gustavus, daily and Weekly Westliche Volksblatt, St Joseph 
W T & A W O'Bryant, Unionville Weekly Republican 

Peers C E, Warren'ton, 300 weekly, AVarren County Banner 

Bryan Wm S, 200 weekly, Wentzville News 

BELLER A G, Weston, 500 weekly. Border Times 

Gilbert & Howard, Weston, 1000, Weekly Landmark 

Bean & Mason, Paris, Weekly Mercury 



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345 



News Depots; 


». 


Risdon A D, 


Kirksville 


Daniels & Fisk, 


Chillicothe 


Stone C A, 


LaClede 


Gillot P, 


Hannibal 


Bryce Thomas, 


LaCxrange 


CRAWFORD M & CO, 


St Joseph 


Hamilton A, 


LaGrange 


Jennings John, 


St Joseph 


Miller D S, 


Liberty 


Price John H, 


St Joseph 


Lincoln James E, 


Liberty 


McKowen Mrs J C, 


Weston 


Woods John G, 


Liberty 






Francis CL, 
Stout G D, 
Simmons M F, 
McGee John W, 


Macon City 


Occulists. 

James Alexander, 


Bethany 


Maryville 

Mexico 

Middle Grove 


Overland Transportalioii. 


Hammack Seneca, 
Ray James H, 


Middletown 
Middlctown 


Woolworth & Barton, 


St Joseph 


Bruner David, ]\Iontgomery City 
Sullivan D M, Montgomery City 


4 • «■• 




Notaries Pub] 


ic. 


Barnes Jabez, 


Newark 


PIERCE JOHN H, 


Albany 


Ely A E M, 


Palmyra 


DAY D A, 


Alexandria 


Thompson Thos E, 


Palmyra 


Alvord D a, 


Bethany 


BALLEW R E, 


Princeton 


Heaston D J, 


Bethany 


CREMEENS k PESRYMAN, 


Bryant Joseph F, 


Bethany 




Princeton 


Pierce J G, E 


reckenridge 


Blunt Henry, 


Rochester 


Crandall W D, Jr, 


Brookfield 


Dewev S J, 


Spring Hill 


HYATT C P, 


Brookfield 


ALEXANDER WM A, St Charles 


Myers A W, 


Brookfield 


Breker Lewis H, 


St Charles 


Bell 


Brunswick 


BRUERE THEODORE, St Charles 


Benecke Louis, 


Brunswick 


Orrick W W, 


St Charles 


Banbie A T, 


Cameron 


Crampton Thos & Sons 


St Catherines 


PLEDGE OEO F, 


Canton 


Boyle Robert, 


St Joseph 


Pollard H M, 


Chillicothe 


Dolman John A, 


St Joseph 


Browning Wm T, 


Chillicothe 


Griswold Theodore, 


St Joseph 


McMILLEN & NORVILLE, 


Johnston W S, 


St Joseph 




Chillicothe 


McCord Wm J, 


St Josepji 


MOORE ROBT S, 


Chillicothe 


Rinofs James H, 


St Joseph 


Thompson A L, 


Danville 


ROBIDEAUX J C, 


St Joseph 


Conover John, 


Gallatin 


SALTZMAN A, 


St Joseph 


Gillahan W C, 


Gallatin 


Buckholdcr , 


Trenton 


Barclay C R, 


Glasgow 


Metcalf Daniel, 


Trenton 


Diggs Frank W, 


Glasgow 


ROBERTS N S, 


Warrenton 


Shackelford Thos, 


Glasgow 


Barker S U, 


WellsviUe 


Collins T H, 
Archer N 0, 


Grant City 
Hannibal 






Notions. 




Lockwood E A, 


Hannibal 


Davis & King, 


Chillicothe 


Pierson M L, 


Hannibal 


Mayfield M, 


Columbia 


RICHARDSON W M A, 


Hannibal 


NewBury C L, 


Columbia 


Hhields Geo H, 


Hannibal 


Agnew S H, 


Edina 


Theis Adam, 


Hannibal 


Cook Hiram, 


Hannibal 


Turner A, 


Hannibal 


Miller D S, 


Liberty 


Itosenberger Emil, 


High Hill 


Brooks J M & Co, 


Mexico 


Demming A H, 


Hunnewell 


Gough W H, 


Shelbiua 


Head James D, 


Huntsville 


BAILEY J W & CO, 


(wholesale) 


Porter I B, 


Huntsville 




St Joseph 


Rice A W, 


Kidder 


Grell Wm, 


St Joseph 


Law F P, 


Kirksville 


KESSLER C, 


St Joseph 


Mears John B, 


Kirksville 


Lamport Mrs J, 


St Joseph 



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PAI 



Lemon Hosea & Co, St Joseph 

McDonald R L & Co, St Joseph 

Tootle, Fairleigh & Co, St Joseph 

Reddington D C, Wentzville 



Richardson & Burnett, 
Tidswell Alfred. 



St Joseph 
Warrenton 



Nurseries. 




McAfee John C, 


LaG range 


Bartlett J L, 


LaGrange 


Stewart I N & Co, 


Macon City 


Gaunt & Castlio, 


Maryville 


TUCKER W D, 


Newark 


Manson D, 


Oregon 


Miller James C, 


Saverton 


Painters, House and Sign. 


Canan Wm M, 


Albany 


Fogan John, 


Brunswick 


Keyte Jos T, 


Brunswick 


Brown, 


Chillicothe 


Parks E T, 


Chillicothe 



Johnson & Raymond, Clarksville 

Gregory J, Fayette 

Foster Alfred, Glasgow 

Fleming Thos, Hannibal 

Evans James, Kirksville 

Furrow Samuel Kirksville 

Frankenberg Geo, Kirksville 

Frankenberg Frank, Kirksville 

Green T E, Kirksville 

Merrill & Trout, Kirksville 

Addison Wm P, LaClede 

Smith Wm, LaClede 

Hollan Patrick 0, LaGrange 

Evans R, Lancaster 

Graham M, Louisiana 

Lehman Louis, Macon City 

Noble John, Macon City 

English N, Mexico 

Fletcher & Plunkett, Mexico 
Clemens H M, Montgomery City 

Hummer Thos, Newark 

Bevan A C, Oregon 

Donnalley J W, Paris 

Pontius Jos, Princeton, 

Stickell Solomon, Rocheport 

Carlin John H, Savannah 

Leonard Geo, Saverton 

Morgan J J, Shelbina 

Lockyear A, Shelbyville 

Mittrucker C, St Charles 

CHURCHILL WM, St Joseph 

Hall F T, St Joseph 

Kjiapp E J, St Joseph 



Paper Hangers. 

English Nichols, Mexico 

Heshong T P, St Joseph 

Voss Henry, St Joseph 

Periodicals. 

Christian Pioneer, Chillicothe 



Photographers. 

Allender S S, Albany 

Bryant Isaac, Bethany 
Cox D, Breckenridge 

Cahill R, Brookfield 

Hignight Jas D, Brunswick 

Cantwell & Nixon, Bucklin 

Detwiler A R, Canton 

Fowler M, Canton 

Dunlap & Daniel, Chillicothe 

Moberly Louis, Chillicothe 

Childers E R, Columbia 

Hamilton Fred, Danville 

Manchester E T, Fulton 

Stein & Weir, Gallatin 

Robinson N, Glasgow 

Ware Leonard, Glasgow 

Owens H A, Green Top 

Crosby G L, Hannibal 

Lackner Wm C, Plannibal 

Wise E W, Hannibal 

Simon, Huntsville 

Griffin & Sweet, Kirksville 

Merrill & Trout, Kirksville 

Powers & Asher, Kirksville 

Coulson Wm, LaGrange 

Foose A J, Lancaster 

Parks J M, Louisiana 

Rice S A & Bros, Louisiana 
RATTAN & ALEXANDER, 

Macon City 

Wells Geo, Macon City 

Sharp J B, Middletown 
iVdams R C, New Market No 1 
Hansbrough J A, New Market No 1 

Luckhart S P, Oregon 

Dwight M C, Palmyra 

Shanon John, Palmyra 

Moss J W, Paris 

Fidler John, Princeton 

Joy & Van Buskirk, Savannah 

Eiiiery G M V B, Shelbina 

Goebel Randolph, St Charlcg 



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347 



Farlong L A tfc Co, 


St Joseph 


Cantwell J S, 


Bucklin 


Lawrence Wm, 


St Joseph 


Putnam D B, 


Buckliu 


MeSchoolor L W, 


St Joseph 


Rogers & Sadler, 


Bucklin 


Mitchell & Son, 


St Joseph 


Shook, 


Bucklin 


Uhlman & Ilippcl, 


St Joseph 


Jones, 


Bunker Hill 


Bartlett B F, 


Trenton 


Stivers, 


Bunker Hill 


Phillips W J, 


Weston 


Henderson G W, 


Cairo 






Oaks John, 
Owens Thos F, 
Scrogins J C, 


Callao 


Physicians. 


Callao 
, Callao 


Bottom E, 


Acasto 


Cofiey E M, 


Camden Point 


Crockett G R, 


Albany 


Adams D B, 


Cameron 


Peery G F, 


Albany 


King J F, 


Cameron 


Clark W F, 


Alexandria 


Lathrop L B, 


Cameron 


LaHue Catlett, 


Alexandria 


LeBrandt, 


Cameron 


Teadford J C, 


Allen 


Briscoe Robt, 


Canton 


Push B F, 


Allendale 


Hubbard B C, 


Canton 


Martin Abner, 


Ashland 


Knight Z T, 


Canton 


Adams J, 


Ashley 


Tompkins J, 


Canton 


Hanna J F, 


Ashley 


Van Syckel Dr, 


Canton 


Waldron C F, 


Ashley 


Austin Peter, 


Carrollton 


Follenius Wm, 


Augusta 


Glover Wm B, 


Carrollton 


Martin, 


Ayresville 


Heidel J & Chs, 


Carrollton 


Davis, 


Bedford 


Tull Littleton, 


Carrollton 


Woolfehill, 


Bedford 


Sneed A F, 


Centralia 


Orr Jos, 


Ben Bow 


Beeman S M, 


Chillicothe 


Blackburn C J, 


Bethany 


Churchman Henry J 


Chillicothe 


Fallis Wm, 


Bethany 


HARRISON AW, 


Chillicothe 


Lewis J N, 


Bethany 


McArthur T W, 


Chillicothe 


Knight & Keil, 


Bethel 


MAY T R, 


Chillicothe 


Parker & Cummings, 


Bevier 


Poindexter E S, 


Chillicothe 


Snethen A B & J, 


Big Spring 


Williams Chas A, 


Chillicothe 


Winn J B, 


Bloomington 


Hill I N, 


Clarence 


Cropp, 


Boonsboro 


Lodge W J, 


Clarence 


Gibson, 


Bowling Green 


Davis Jas, 


Clarksville 


Reynolds Stephen, 


Bowling Green 


Hemphill J W, 


Clarksville 


Black Wm H, 


Breckenridge 


McFarland & Farr, 


Clarksville 


Button M, 


Breckenridge 


Banning, 


College Mound 


Havens E 0, 


Breckenridge 


Dowry W T, 


College Mound 


Lock S W, 


Bridgeport 


Caster Jas, 


Columbia 


Pitzer, 


Bridgeport 


Duncan & Young, 


Columbia 


Harris, 


Brookfield 


French W H, 


Columbia 


Herrington S B, 


Brookfield 


Lensil W T, 


Columbia 


Petti] oh n N J, 


Brookfield 


Maupin W T, 


Columbia 


ROBERTS J F, 


Brookfield 


Watson ]., 


Columbia 


Van I^Ieter A, 


Brookfield 


Gillman AVm J, 


Cotes' Prairie 


Groom T M, 


Brooklyn 


Edwards, 


Cottleville 


Cross Henry W, 


Brunswick 


Klueber C II, 


Cottleville 


Cunningham L A, 


Brunswick 


Remley H, 


Crab Orchard 


Clarkson, 


Brunswick 


Shakelford & Jacobs, 


Crab Orchard 


Davenport R 0, 


Brunswick 


Hill Dr, 


Crittenden 


Hoffman, 


Brunswick 


Adams W B, 


Danville 


Kimmel C T, 


Brunswick 


Rutledge, 


Danville 


Prosser Louis, 


Brunswick 


Backer Chas, 


Dardenne 


Vaughan, 


Brunswick 


Goslee Samuel, 


DeKalb 



348 PHY 


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HY 


Martin J W, 


DeKalb 


Newman A L, 


Grant City 


Logan Jas S, 


DeAVitt 


Garrison J B, 


Grant's Hiil 


Todd W F & Bro, 


DeWitt 


Cargo Jos, 


Grassy Creek 


Ruge Chas, 


Dutzon 


Foote Henry S, 


Green Top 


Downing Jas, 


Eagleville 


Wesscher J H, 


Green Top 


Skinner H J, 


Eagleville 


Glaves J S, ' 


Guilford 


Barron A, Sr, 


Economy 


Robinson J H C, 


Halleck 


Norris J M, 


Economy 


Spratt Wm A H, 


Haileck 


Campbell J M, 


Edina 


Williamson J C, 


Halleck 


McKenzie M, 


Edina 


Castlio J N, 


Hamburg 


O'Brien C, 


Edina 


Martin, 


Hamburg 


White Alfred P, 


Edina 


Dilley B H, 


Hamilton 


Edelen R M, 


El Dorado 


Goodman Jas, 


Hamilton 


Payne B, 


El Dorado 


McAdoo Jas, 


tiamilton 


Todd Wm, 


El Dorado 


Nunn J H, 


Hamilton 


Garrison I B, 


Fairview 


Allen A L, 


Hannibal 


Marrs Wm, 


Fairview 


Bell R J, 


Hannibal 


Bailey Dr, 


Fayette 


Birch G B, 


Hannibal 


Radford T J, 


Fayette 


Bull Jas, 


Hannibal 


Smith T J, 


Fayette 


Dodge A, 


Hannibal 


Watts J, 


Fayette 


Dufiield E, 


Hannibal 


Lewis R B, 


Flint Hill 


Ellingwood W T, 


Hannibal 


Talbott, R H J, 


Flint Hill 


Fay 1 K, 


Hannibal 


Ford J C, 


New Florence 


Finley W W, 


Hannibal 


Reed, _ 


New Florence 


Foster W D, 


Hannibal 


Goodwin Jas, 


Florida 


Gieason John L, 


Hannibal 


Johnson R J, 


Florida 


Hawkins, 


Hannibal 


Baker, 


Ft Henry 


Keightley, 


Hannibal 


Fort Wm, 


Ft Henry 


Lamb C L, 


Hannibal 


Dunkin Jas D, 


Frankfort 


Leach Fred B, 


Hannibal 


Freeman Wm W, 


Frankfort 


Norton B T, 


Hannibal 


Barkman N M, 


Franklin 


THORNBIKE CHAS H, Hannibal 


Bonham, 


Franklin 


Buchanan A H, 


Hardin 


Jackson Wm D, 


Franklin 


Hughes B, 


Hardin 


Wayland R F, 


Franklin 


Shore Marion, 


I Hardin 


Abbott Reuben, 


Fulton 


Yates W F, 


Hardin 


Howard T A, 


Fulton 


Davis A P, 


Hibernia 


Scott Elijah T, 


Fulton 


Briscoe R D, 


High Hill 


Stone W B, 


Fulton 


For man, 


High Hill 


Wilkerson A, 


Fulton 


Thomas J L, 


High Hill 


Brosius G W, 


Gallatin 


Ruge Chas, 


Holstein 


FolmsbeeWH, 


Gallatin 


Ruge J, 


Holstein 


Givens W M, 


Gallatin 


Berger, Hopewell Academy 


Powell H L, 


Gallatin 


Davis C, 


Hunnewell 


Smith T J, 


Gallatin 


Yancey A L, 


Hunnewell 


Graham Geo, 


Gentryville 


York Wm H, 


Hunnewell 


Taylor E, 


Gcntryville 


Bibb A L, 


Huntsville 


Barclay W D, 


Glasgow 


Blair Wm, 


Huntsvillc 


Collins M B, 


Glasgow 


Bohanon W C, 


Huntsville 


Cockerill Wm W, 


Glasgow 


Flore F B, 


Huntsville 


Lewis J A, 


Glasgow 


Miller John H, 


Huntsvillc 


Powell B E, 


Glasirow 


Peete Geo W, 


Huntsville 


Southworth J W & Son, Glasgow 


Larry J A, 


latan 


Walker Horace, 


Glasgow 


Roberts E D, 


latan 


Rogers Henry, 


Goodland 


Knox L P, 


Indian Creek 



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349 



Chilton Z, 
Dodson, 
Petty, 
McKay S, 
Ingham John, 
Eobberts J P S, 
Myres D, 
Dewey, 
Grinstead, 
Jeter, 
Rucker, 
Norton P H, 
Brown B H^ 
Bryson W K, 
Lough W, 
Pierce A S, 
Pierce E & Son, 
Royal W W, 
Willard A P, 
Musgrove Jas M, 
Lomax Wm, 
Poison J, 
Robinson C M, 
Shook S, 
Avery L, 

Connelly & Towles, 
Fowler Jas T, 
Summers & Christie, 
Towles A L, 
VanNest & Clarkson, 
Bunch David, 
Lambert W S, 
Ringo John W, 
Bledsoe John, 
Johnson W, 
Graham Geo, 
Kimlin T J, 
Ayers S B, 
Bartlett E, 
Bartlett S A, 
Bell J T, 
Buckner 8 W, 
Edwards J L, , 
Martin J W, 
Smith S, 
Stewart W T, 
Thurmond E C, 
Prewitt, 

Ashbaugli John, 
Burgess C H, 
Fee John, 
Knight A L, 
Lyle, 

Piero Frank L, 
Snelson Wm R, 



Island City 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jonesburg 

Judson 

Judson 

Kahoka 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Keytesville 

Kidder 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville ! 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

LaBclle 

LaClede 

LaClede 

LaClede 

LaClede 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Liberty 

Lick Creek 

Lindley 

Lindley 

liindley 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisville 

Macon City 

Macon City 

jNIacon City 

Macon City 

J\Iacon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 



Short Wm L, 
Stewart I N, 
Still E C, 
Thompson D, 
W^ilson W J, 
WILKINSON J E, 
Todd F B, 
Tucker B S, 
Catron M L, 
Fruger Jas, 
Perkins H, 
Traughber Jas, 
Dunn J B & S M, 
Mulholland D, 
Dent P A, 
Lafayeth John B, 
Weatherby Lewis, 
Costlio, 
Asbury I R, 
Crow Jas T, 
Fetter C B, 
Humphrey W, 
Ilutton John E, 
Lee & Rothwell, 
Potts J S, 
Russell S W, 
Wilkerson E, 
McGee John W, 
McNutt & Woods, 
Caldwell W, 
Clare F, 

Pearson Christopher, 
Nelson & Shearer, 
Head, 
Barnes T, 
Hall R R, 
Carter, 

Chapman H S, 
Dunn A L, 
McLaughlin John, 
Johnson J H, 
Asbury R. 
Proctor Thos, 
Bickford W W, 
Bodine J B, 
Campbell J R, 
SANDS J K, 
Asbury I R, 
Briscoe & Asbury, 
Marchand J B, 
Rose W A, 
Sublett A U, 
Lonor Wm C, 
BRYANT W D, 
Chilton M, 



Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

j\fadison 

Madison 

Madisonville 

Madisonville 

Marthasville 

Martinsbui-g 

Maryville 

JNIaryville 

Maysville 

Maysville 

Maysville 

Mechanicsviile 

Memphis 

Memphis 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Middlebury 

Middle Grove 

Middle Grove 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Middletown 

Milan 

Millcrsburg 

Mills Point 

Milton 

Missouri City 

Missouri City 

Modena 

Modcna 

Modena 

Monroe City 

Moni-oe City 

Montgomery City 

Montgomery City 

Montgomery City 

Montgomery City 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Mooresville 

Mt Moriah 

Mount Pleasant 



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PHY 



McKim J M, 
Marshall Wm A, 
Norton E \V', 
Black & Bond, 
Gilmer F G, 
Knox J A P, 
Welsh J W, 
Gay & Strode, 
Strode & Gay, 
Brock W A, 
Chesney J P, 
Impey John, 
Moore John, 
Borberg Oscar 
Martin John, 
Moore D A, 
Williams C W, 
Bumps J L, 
Lahmer Michael, 
Meek Chas, 
Pugler John, 
Saville M, 
Ford F C, 
Wright J G, 
Giles G T, 
Heitz P A, 
Jewett John, 
Crow W H H, 
Dysart B C, 
Gore A E, 
Long J W, 
Moss G W, 
Campbell J A, 
Lane J H, 
Moore F B, . 
Adams G, 
Douglass A, 
Fowler R M, 
Wamsley L B, 
Hawkins & Scott, 
HuLsizer J W, 
Morris James, 
Browne H A, 
May A H, 
McGhie J L, 
Smith K G, 
Guthrie A T, 
Johnston T M, 
Mode G Y, 
Redman E C, 
Rixey Samuel, 
Smith Geo W, 
Jourdan W S, 
Wingert J W, 
Howard John, 



Newark 

Newark 

New Cambria 

New Garden 

New Hope 

New Hope 

New Hope 

New London 

New London 

New Market No 1 

New Market No 1 

New Narket No 1 

New Market No 1 

New Melle 

Newtown 

Newtown 

O'Fall 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oregon 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Parkville 

Parkville 

Parkville 

Paulvillc 

Paulville 

Paulville 

Paulville 

Paynesville 

Peaksville 

Philander 

Pi'incetou 

Princeton 

Princeton 

Pi'inccton 

Platte Citv 

Platte City 

Platte City 

Platte City 

Platte (^ity 

Platte City 

Plattsburg 

Plattsburg 

Pleasant Retreat 



Bacon & Whitsell, 
Birkhead W J, 
Stevenson, 
McCall W S, 
Willis V H, 
Barber J H, 
King D M, 
\Vinchell John, 
Brown A F, 
Jones I B, 
Walker G W, 
Williams C C, 
Jacobs Morris, 
Jacobs M C, 
Johnson Chas, 
Mosby Wm W, 
Taylor James D, 
Bagby R J, 
Havs J, 
Harvey W C, 
Chandler Chas Q, 
Elliot Geo W, 
Roberts Wm R, 
Spence A P, 
Gager, 

Manning E M, 
Simmons F A, 
Bird J Y, 
Buckham Richard, 
Buckham Robert, 
Dunn J D, 
Dunn M V B, 
D;inn M J, 
Horn I T, 
Jones, 
I\Ioore H P, 
Snow C V, 
Williams John, 
Beaumont Godfrey, 
Goshen Chas, 
Sanders Jas, 
Stewart C W, 
Campbell, 
McGirk & Philpot, 
RackleffSF, 
Rodes W R, 
Bryant W H, 
Frasse Henry, 
Hov, ard T S, 
McCandliss R R, 
\Vakefield M F, 
Freeman W W, 
JNlatson Jame F, 
Martin John, 
Ford J W, 



Pleasant View 

Portage De Sioux 

Portage D Sioux 

Portland 

Prices Branch 

Ravenna 

Ravenna 

Ravenna 

Readsville 

Rich 

Rich 

Rich 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Roanoke 

Roaaoke 

Roanoke 

Rocheport 

Rocheport 

Rocheport 

Rocheport 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rot'kport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Rushville 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Sante Fe 

Sante Fe 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Saverton 

Savertou 

Scheursburg 

Shelbina 



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Gerard E N, 
Lee H C, 
Coons J N, 
Hedges Hiram, 
Irwin T H, 
McLeod W O, 
Priest A G, 

Pierce , 

Sloan J H, 
MePheters W, 
Burke B J, 
Clark John K, 
Dewey S J, 
Bruere John E, 
Johnson Charles M, 
Miles J, 
Morgner A, 
Overall S, 
Page J C, 
Provines Wrn, 
Rives T L, 
Rogers B W, 
Seitz Otto, 
Stumburg John H, 
Bryan Thos A, 
Torrey W O, 
Tinsnian A S, 
Elliot T D, 
Adams Crawford, 
Baldwin P A, 
BerghoffJT, 
Bertram Wra, 
Bishop G C, 
Bradly H, 

Brimes , 

Camp , 

Chambers , 

Donelan E A, 
Euwright N C, 
Forsee E B, 

Gore , 

Gray E P, 
Hall W G, 
Hiddens W I, 
Howard J B, 
Knight Charles F, 
McDonald S, 
Purcell Michael, 
Seaman J, 
Siemens C J, 
Smith Joseph D, 
Snclson J B, 
Stewart Robert, 
Thompson W D, 
Trevor Hush. 



Shelbina 

Shelbina 

.Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shibley's Point 

Sloan's Point 

Spencerburg 

Spring Hill 

Spring Hill 

Spring Hill 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Catherines 

St Catherines 

St Francisville 

St John 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Jossph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 



Wheeler P, 
Book J C, 
Maupen W B, 
Pussley E G, 
Bartlett H C, 
Book John C, 
CULBERTSON A J, 
Pugsley E G, 
Basford Samuel, 
Sloan R H, 
Vassee W W, 
Collier W C, 
Berry W R, 
Hunter A C, 
Kerfoot J H, 
Proctor J M, 
Shipley J L, 
Hutt Wra, 
Porter John, 
Waddie D T, 
Ward James A, 
Brant Henry, 
Hart J G, 
Proctor W H, 
Mitchell Spencer, 
Stone B G L, 
Tracy Levi, 
Vannoy Nathan, 
Baron A, 
Farrow Wra, 
Hoech J C, 
Kamlah W, 
Middlekamp H H, 
Enson S R, 
Harris J D, 
Logan H B, 
Tally John A, 
Allison N, 
Bonifant & Peters, 
Bowlby Alfred, 

Grasmuck , 

Hale G H, 
Shortridge W T, 
Wright J J, 
Coleman 'J, 
Brown Napoleon B, 
Houston W H H, 
Green J M, 

Ellis ^ , 

Jenkins Wm, 
Jones T, 
Webb J C, 
Hand E E, 
Wright J L, 
Bierly J, 



St Joseph 

Steven's Store 

Steven's Store 

Steven's Store 

Stewarts villa 

SteAvartsville 

Stewarts ville 

Stewartsville 

Sweet Homo 

Ten Mile 

Thomasville 

Tinney's Point 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Troy 

Troy 

Troy 

Troy 

Tuque 

Unionville 

Unionville 

Utica 

Utica 

Utica 

Utica 

Vienna 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Wellsburg 

Wentzville 

Wentzville 

Wentzville 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

West Point 

White Cloud 

Whitesvillo 

Whitesvillo 

Williamstown 

Wilson Town 

Winters ville 

Wintersville 

Wintersvillo 

Woodville 

Wood ville 

Xenia 

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Plauiug Mills. 

Morton Thomas J, Canton 

Kelsey A T, Clarksville 

Dubach D, Hannibal 

Cartlage & Chase, Hannibal 

Price & McKnight, Hannibal 
Quealy, Treat & Streeter, Hannibal 

Oyster D K, LaGrange 

Milroy & Yeater, Louisiana 



Stout F B, 
Breckenridge W H, 
Schroers & Craig, 



Louisiana 

Paradise 

St Joseph 



Pottery. 

Moses & Harvey, Amizonia 

Woodruff DC, Grant's Hill 

Oser Joseph, St Charles 

Bloomfield & McChesney, St Joseph 
Kemp C E, St Joseph 



Prol>ate Judges. 
Keene G P, Gallatin 

Shelton J N, Lancaster 

Draper Edwin, Louisiana 



Produce Dealers. 



Fox G F, 
Gilmer K G, 
Randolph Wm, 
Orrick John & Co, 
Kelly James, Jr, 
Obert Alexander, 
Otterman Henry L, 
Parker A. 



Hannibal 
Missouri City 
Philadelphia 

St Charles 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 



Provision Bealers. 

Bancroft & Co, Chillicothc 

Cregg A, Chillicothe 

O'Brien Eugene, Hannibal 

Tibbs & Palmer, Macon City 

Cluck D R, St Joseph 

Lipscomb T M, Weston 

Public Administrators. 

Linville P B, Edina 

Major S C, Sr, Fayette 

Lane P C, Palmyra 

Hess Charles, St Charles 

■ ->>■ tm 

Pump Makers. 

Rice & Cook, Louisiana 



Public Halls. 



Bell & Moores, 
City Hall, 
Sherwood Hall, 
Mayer, 
Concert Hall, 
Miller's Public Hall, 
METZ F H, 
Harmon ia Hall, 
Metticr's Hall, 



Chillicothe 

Glasgow 

Kirksville 

Macon City 

Palmyra 

Shelbina 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

Weston 



Pork Packers. 

Shields, Ashmore & Co, Hannibal 

Stillwell A J, Hannibal 

Stillwell B, Hannibal 

HAY, SIMPSON & CO, LaGrange 

Revely M B, LaGrange 

Draper Dan, Louisiana 

Thompson J W, Palmyra 

Thompson F M & Co, Rockport 

Jackson , St Joseph 

Montgomery , St Joseph 

Pinger D & Co, St Joseph 

Rogers John, St Joseph 

_ . — m -«>-<■»• 

Real Estate and Claim Agents. 

Alvord & Neal, Bethany 

Bryant II O, Bethany 

Phillibaumn J H, Bethany 

I*ierce J G-, Breckenridge 

CvandallEJ& Co, Brookfield 



Hyatt & Co, 


Brookfield 


3Iyers A W, 


Brookfield 


fJobson & Catou, 


Bucklin 


Bell John, 


Brunswick 


Davis John M, 


Brunswick 


Gaines Henry L, 


Brunswick 


Lampkin A C & Co, 


Brunswick 


Howard W W, 


Cameron 


Newberry P, 


Cameron 


Barrett, Chinn & Turton, 




Canton 


Bledf/e George F, 


Canton 


Turton H F, 


Canton 


Anderson & Russell, 


Chillicothe 


Bower Daniel, 


Chillicothe 


McGuire Wm D, 


Chillicothe 


3Ic3Iillen & KorviUe, 




Chillicothe 


Walden & Griffimj, 


Chillicothe 


Higbee Andy J, 


Clarence 


Linville P B, 


Edina 


Davis & Richardson, 


Hamilton 


Boyer J S & Co, 


Hannibal 



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Hawkins Thos W & Co, Hannibal 
Hewitt Geo W, Hannibal 

Jackson Wm T & Co, Hannibal 

Jones George H, Hannibal 

Lockwood E A, Hannibal 

Robards & Bryan, Hannibal 

Shields Geo H, Hannibal 

Theis Adam, Hannibal 

Winchell J R & Co, Hannibal 

Allen Edmund, Kidder 

Morris J H, Kirksville 

Pierce & Griggs, Kirksville 

Smith & Law, Kirksville 

Williams & Dennis, Kirksville 

May JA& Co, LaGrange 

Baker, Cutler & Co, Lancaster 

Drcvpev C i, Louisiana 

Shaftner & Lamkin, Louisiana 

Clemens & Vincent, Macon City 

Larrahee & Bjo, Macon City 
McGindley A N <& J II, " 
Reister J T, Macon City 

STEELE & BLAIR, Macon City 
Trumbull L M, Macon City 

Bently <fc Dawson, Maryville 

Coover & Ford, Maryville 

Davis B K, Maryville 

Roseberry & Morehouse, Maryville 
Brown Ira, Maysville 

Harvey Newton J, Maysville 

WEATHEREY T J, Maysvi41e 
Bishop G W, Mexico 

CLARK J P, Mexico 

Gordon & Simmons, Mexico 

Ladd, Gordon & Co, Mexico 

Forshey A O, JMontgoraery City 

Gatewood G W, Montgomery City 
Parker T W, Montgomery City 

Magee C R, Monticello 

Ledford O H P, New Loudon 

Collins & Collins, Oregon 

Scott James, Oregon 

Ely A E M, Palmvra 

HATCHER THOS E & SON, '' 
Smith O F, Paris 

Durfe & White, Rockport 

Challacombc & Roberts, Savannah 
Roberts Porter S, Savannah 

SHAFER & YORK, Shelbina 

TAYLOR WM H, Shelbina 

Towson H C & Co, Shelbina 

Black H S & Co, St Catherines 

LACKLAND H C, St Catherines 
Albin & Montague, St Joseph 

BENDER & MARKLE, St Joseph 



Biggers T B, St Joseph 

Davenport, Pike & Durfee, St Joseph 
Harbine Thomas, St Joseph 

Nye James A, St Joseph 

Nobles M D, Sweet Home 

, t O-<9^^^- 

Recorders. 

Gilliam C D, Alexandria 

Hawley J B, St Joseph 

Restaurants. 

Sterns E, Brunswick 

Barton & Johnson, Chillicothe 

Coun T C, Chillicothe 

Marcum M B, Chillicothe 

Pierson & Best, Hannibal 

Fonts S, Kirksville 

Henson H, Liberty 

Holt & Stasy, Mexico 
Spinsby H, Montgomery City 

Jenkins Thos, Savannah 

Allen James, St Charles 

Diehr Chas, St Charles 

Hackmann Harmon, St Charles 

Hildebrandt Chas, St Charles 
BAILEY & MADDEN, St Joseph 

Bindricm Joseph, St Joseph 

Francois C, St Joseph 

Love & Hammond, St Joseph 

Mcintosh D T, St Joseph 

Mettier Jacob, Weston 



R R Station Agents. 
Franklin A T, Allen 

SLEEPER E N, Bevier 

Goodale, Bottsville 

Dunlap H L, Brookfield 

Hughes R J, Breckenridge 

JOiiSON THOS, Bucklin 

Dameron J, North Mo, Cairo 

Richardson E IT, H & St Jo, Callao 
PAC^KARD C E & CO, Cameron 
Willis Geo A, H & St Jo, Chillicothe 
Clark J R, H & St Jo, Clarence 

Ramsey C, N M, New Florence 

Lamson Geo S, H & St Jo, Hamilton 
Bixeer G W, N M, High Hill 

Houck S A, H & St Jo, Hunnewell 
McCanne T B, H & St Jo, 

Jacksonville 
Stubbs J, N M, Jonesburg 

W>man C F, H & St Jo, Kidder 

HAWKINS H E, H & St Jo, 

LaClede 
Bennett E F, H & St Jo, Macon City 



354 



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S. B. WYCKOFF , 



SAD 



Wood H, N M, 
Garrall Gus, N M, 
Gamble J W, N M, 
Blackwell H, N M, 
Dudley E, 
Butlen E F, 



Macon City 

Martinsville 

Mexico 

Millville 

Monroe City 

Montgomery City 



Glenn J W, H & St Jo, Mooresville 

Bezenberger Jos, N M, O'Fallon 

Potter N A, Osborn 

Morsey Fred, N M, Pendleton 

Spader Wra, P C, Pushville 

Miller J W, H & St Jo, Shelbina 

Langdon C A B, N M, St Charles 

Crampton Thos & Sons, St Catherens 



Smith A H, 
Faulconer John H, 
Livsey B, 
Garwood M H, 
Meisners Chas, 
Chase, 

May Horace, 
Allen Wm, 
Brown H S, 



Utica 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Wellsville 

Wentzville 

Weston 

Weston 

West Quincy 

West Quincy 



Rock Crushing Mills, 

Kiley Florence, St Joseph 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 



Claver & Co, 


Albany 


Maxwell James 


Alexandria 


Forbes A C, 


Allendale 


Price Veasay, 


Bethany 


Taylor John, 


Bethany 


Hoffman & Co, 


Bethel 


HartGB, 


Breck en ridge 


Jaecks Rudolf, 


Brookficld 


Westfall J, 


Brookfield 


Newbold T, 


Brunswick 


Pound W J, 


Bucklin 


Smith M H, 


Callao 


Finley H A, 


Cameron 


Garrett F & Co, 


Canton 


Klett Richard, 


Canton 


Settle E B, 


Canton 


Briscoe J L, 


Carrollton 


Duncan Wm, 


Centralia 


LaRue & Co, 


Central ia 


CHEATHAM E R, 


Chillicothe 


Seay & Smith, 


Chillicothe 


Steinhoff W, 


Chillicothe 


Trent F W, 


Chillicothe 


Jamison A T, 


Ciarksville 


Turner Knight & Co, 


Clarksville 


Johnson Jas, 


Columbia 


Rienzi I S, 


Columbia 



Crunbaugh H, 
Galwith Peter H, 
Weinrebon Fred, 
Markham Chas, 
Kenedy D, 
Musser & Werley, 
Poynter Thos, 
Smith, 
Bass & Bro, 
Kline C, 
Glover David, 
Pollard Jas, 
Upton & Pollard, 
Hart & Walrous, 
Wright W G, 
Dorsey J H, 
Evans B P, 
Ford & Bragg, 
Porter J, 

Scarborough R A, 
Dey John E, 
Eberly Geo, 
Marine W H H, 
Johnson S M, 
Evans Jos W, 
Nahn Henry, 
Brewington & Coontz, 
Edwards H, 
Jordan & Pitts, 
Stavely J W & Son, 
Rosenberger E, 
Moore & Byrd, 
Wells John, 
Bibb James G, 
Ferguson A J, 
Ward W, 
Mack A, 

Brewington D W & Bros 
Brown Peter, 
Hooyer John H, 
McCready Wm, 
Cahoon & Werly, 
Sizemore & Hooyer 
Tillery B F, 
Craig H B, 
Reynolds F L, 
Adams Geo L, 
Bevans & Co, 
Peters J, 
Kickert Chas, 
Schieferdecker H, 
Hawkins liobt, 
Peters Ferdinand, 
Henderson & Rice, 
Kelly & Graves, 



Columbia 

Concord 

Cottleville 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Edina 

Eagleville 

Eagleville 

Fayette 

Fayette 

New Florence 

Florida 

Florida 

Forrest City 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Gentryville 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Green Castle 

Green Top 

Harrisonville 

Hamburg 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

High Hill 

Hunnewell 

Hunnewell 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 

Keytesville 

Kingston 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

LaClede 

LaG range 

Lancaster 

Liberty 

Linueus 

Linneus 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Madisouville 

Marthasville 

Martinsburg 

Maryville 



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355 



Brown Chas, 
Pasqueth Jas, 
Patton Jas W & Co, 
Ragsdale C, 
Turner MatheAv 
Wernecke D H, 
Briscoe Wm E, 
Dimmitt A, 
McDaniel Jerry, 
Barnes E, 
Turpin & Daniel 
Rich Wm, 
Richardson N C, 
Alexander Wm^ 
Garrison J, 
Sawer W, 
Whitner Martin, 
Flowers S G W, 
Lannonyon W O, 
Knade Frederick, 
Milan Thos H, 
G an away Wm B, 
Pitts & Bro, 
Saunders R K, 
Pyle Rufus, 
Prince Reuben, 
Ham Wm C, 
Dunham Ira, 
Randolph E S, 
Ferguson Jas, 
Heenly Geo, 
Bullock John W, 
Harrison J W, 
Cornelius Robt, 
Bradley J D, 
Turny Henry, 
Hope J P, 
Hunter R M, 
Harper G L, 
Conner John G, 
Terrell John, 
Cooper ct Worley, 
Cooper John T, 
Watkins & Sherwood, 
Feuerstein & Ranch, 
Gut E F & Son, 
Black F S & Co, 



Maysvills 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Nexico 

Middle Grove 

Middlctown 

Milton 

Missouri City 

Montgomery City 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Newark 

Newark 

New Bloomfield 

New Market No 1 

New Market No 1 

Oregon 

Oxford 

Oxford 

Palmyra 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Paris 

Paris 

Parkvillc 

Paulville 

Princeton 

Plattsburg 

Plattsburg 

Raven a 

Readsville 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Roanoke 

Rocheport 

Rocheport 

Rockport 

Rockport 

Sante Fe 

Savannah 



Savannah 
Shelbina 
Shelhyville 
Shelbyville 
St Charles 
St Charles 
St Catherines 
Heely M U, St Francisville 

BERNARD k REDMAN, 

St Joseph 
Baylon Amos, St Joseph 

Holme & Bro, St Joseph 

Landis B F, St Joseph 

MeGee Michael, St Joseph 

Srite M, St Joseph 



Steinacker & Co, 
Wheeler W T, 
Winstead & Co, 
Lucas F M, 
Searles T, 
Crow Milton, 
Schooling & Jones, 
Sedlaeck M, 
Withram J H & Son, 
Hemley & Bagley, 
Messerschmidt H, 
Rudolph Henry, 
Marx John, 
Isam & Aubrey, 
Buche, 
Brill & Co, 
Noble W G, 
Bragg John, 
Tuman L B, 



St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stevens' Store 

Stewartsville 

Stockland 

Trenton 

Trenton 

Troy 

Troy 

Utica 

Utica 

Utica 

Warrenton 

Wellsville 

Wentzville 

Weston 

Weston 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 



Saddle-Tree Factory. 

Bokcmper & Co, . St Joseph 



Saloons. 



Clark D A, 
Lee John, 
Ballein Henry, 
Watson Bros, 
Robertson Wm, 
Limbcrg H 
Sevier James A, 
Schuele M, 
McDermott Jas, 
Moodey Thos, 
Burnett Wm, 
Benmer Henry, 
Heinz Jacob, 
Hull E C, 
James Frank, 
Hardin Wm, 
Baker G W, 
McClelland A J, 
Stepney J R, 
Vreist b M, 
Jourdon X, 
Allen L G, 
Brown & Bro, 
Tipple Chas, 
Ziehr H, 
Hymen & Bro, 
Johnson, 
Sonner Robert, 
Strobb, 
Whit more. 
Burns Daniel, 



Acasto 

Albany 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Allen 

Augusta 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bevier 

Bloomington 

Boydsville 

Boschert Town 

Boschert Town 

Boston 

Bottsville 

Bowling Green 

Breckenridge 

Breckenridge 

Breckenridge 

Breckenridge 

Bridgeport 

Brookheld 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brookfield 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Bucklin 



356 



SAL 



8. B. WYCKOFF S 



SAL 



Holly Robert, 
McLaughlin Jas, 
Stunkle C & Bro, 
Hall John, 
Rogers John, 
Claiborne Burnett 
Endsly John, 
Buehrer Wm, 
Fryer John, 
Story Geo, 
Hickara Wm, 
Shelton Creed, 
Brown Louis, 
Greenlee E M, 
Davis & Cooper, 
Dale Isaac, 
Dawson & Clark, 
Hirt & Bro, 
Tanner Wm, 
Wilkinson & Wallace, 
Biehr & Henley, 
Corbit John, 
Selby J R, 
AVerdeman A D, 
Renfro F, 
Debbertshauser A, 
Browning & Co, 
Deemar Albert, 
Arnold Wm C, 
Baker & Bachmann, 
Hisel, 

McAulifFe & McDavid 
Thompson M G, 
Johnson A, 
Ziiimcr John, 
Harnet A J, 
Calaway A, 
Christ & Schler, 
Boob Jos, 
Reuffcl P, 
Khyne John, 
Tillman Henry, 
Lingcnfelter J R, 
Walton Thos, 
Reese W, 
Galbrcath Wm, 
Leach Wm, 



Bucklin 

Bucklin 

Bucklin 

Cainsville 

Cainsville 

Camden 

Camden 

Canton 

Canton 

Canton 

Ceutralia 

Chain of Rock 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarence 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Concord 

Cottleville 

Chillicothe 

Cottleville 

Danville 

Danville 

DeKalb 

Edina 

Falmouth 

Fayette 

Favette 

FlintHill 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Glasgow 

Grant City 

Grant City 

Guilford 

Halleck 

Hallsvillc 



Buster & Buster, (David & Chas) 

Hamilton 
Manuel Chas, Hamilton 

Ducoing Wm M, Hannibal 

Frnncman T, Hannibal 

Flanagan Peter, Hannibal 

Foss John G, Hannibal 

Griffith Patrick, Hannibal 



Johnson & Swanson, 
Kahl Fred, 
McAnulty A, 
Meyer Henry F, 
Miller Catherine, 
Nietebock Albert, 
O'Keef Mary, 
Reinheckel Fred, 
Rendlen C A, 
Small Godfriet 
Swayne James, 
Fitzpatrick Jas, 
Porterfield Thos, 
Lamkan Wm, 
Parker E J, 
Schaell Peter, 
O'Daniel & Steele, 
Willctt C R, 
Belsher & Wright, 
Dawkins Wm, 
Heether L, 
Powell Richard, 
Rav Jason, 
Bell & Turner, 
Farrow & Neff, 
Wyatt A, 
Parker Ephraim, 
White Oscar, 
Krautz M & Co, 
Wilson J PI, 
Brouenburg John, 
Coni'ad Peter, 
Elphick Samuel, 
Friel Jas, 
WitthoffWm H, 
Crawley C C, 
Adams & Robinson, 
Fritz J L, 
Henderson & Orr, 
Parks & Prettyman, 
Sladek A, 
Wahl Chas, 
Bartlctt (*ir. Son, 
Cross C W, 
(;urry Martin, 
Esler & Co, 
Grahl Chas, 
Hargis W C, 
Kesling A, 
littrell Ewing, 
Marcrot Wra'l, 
Nicolai A II, 
Retry John, 
Spilling Geo M, 
Shmitz Henry, 



Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Ilardin 

Hardin 

Hibernia 

Hibernia 

High Hill 

Hunnewell 

Hunnewell 

Huntsville 

Huntsville 

Iluntsville 

Jacksonville 

Kingston 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Kirksville 

Knoxville 

Knoxville 

LaClede 

LaClede 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Liberty 

Linneus 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

ISIacon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 

Macon City 



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SAL 357 


Warnebold Conrac 


I, Marthasville 


Berolchimar B H, 


Savannah 


Sparks & Martin, 


Martinstown 


Carlyle AVm B, 


Savannah 


Smith A, 


Maryville 


Morgan Jas, 


Savannah 


Fisher John, 


IMaysville 


Murlev Jas. 


Savannah 


McLanahan John, 


Mexico 


VanBuskirk, 


Savannah 


Coon David, 


Middlebury 


Downs Mrs, 


Saverton 


Branham T B, 


Middle Grove 


Torpley & Johnson, 


Scottsville No 1 


Hull S T, 


Middle Grove 


Ahalt & Walker, 


Shelbina 


Pomi, 


Millersburg 


Nitschc F, 


Shelbina 


Fowler, 


Millville 


Wilson & Lindsey, 


Shelbina 


Lee T J, 


Monroe City 


Caddell James, 


Spring Hill 


Bruner David, 


Montgomery City 


Davis A, 


Spring Hill 


Thompson A L, 


Montgomery City 


Farmer T L, 


St Aubert 


Johnson A C, 


Monticello 


Anderson Henry, 


St Charles 


McQuaid T I\[, 


Monticello 


Bernhorst Frank, 


St Charles 


Mendenhall A, 


New Cambria 


Brown Andrew, 


St Charles 


Morgan Moses, 


New Cambria 


Case Philip, 


St Charles 


Thompson & Trail 


New Hope 


Craquant J, 


St Charles 


Walls M K, 


New Hope 


Diehr Chas, 


St Charles 


Bibb John G, 


New London 


Dierker John F, 


St Charles 


Pew P T, 


New Market No 1 


Hahn John A, 


St Charles 


Pope R T, 


New Market No I 


Hildebrandt Chas, 


St Charles 


Sudbrock Wm, 


New Melle 


Hunt Henry, 


St Charles 


Wiggins Lewis, 


Old Monroe 


Klaustermeyer & More, St Charles 


Ball Wm, 


Oregon 


Pausmeyer Kate, 


St Charles 


Kyser N J, 


Oregon 


Radell Geo, 


St Charles 


Bunton A, 


Osborn 


Ruenzi Geo, 


St Charles 


Holmes Paul, 


Osborn 


Sachs Martin, 


St Charles 


Hudson & Dean, 


Oxford 


Weckermeyer F, 


St Charles 


Crane & Hewland 


Palmyra 


Weil Louis, 


St Charles 


Christ, Menge & Bro, Palmyra 


O'Neil Wm, 


St Catherines 


Ertmann Jolm M, 


Palmyra 


Strader M, 


St Catherines 


Lee Moses, 


Palmyra 


Bailey A, 


St Francisville 


Unger Jacob, 


Parkville 


McLaughlin Wm, 


St Francisville 


Doyle P, 


Platte City 


Ackerman Jos, 


St Joseph 


Fincher N, 


Platte City 


Albus & Schreiber, 


St Joseph 


Stone k Powell, 


Platte City 


BAILEY & HIDDEN, St Joseph 


Dunbill Geo, 


Platte City 


Baker Jacob, 


St Joseph 


Henderson J S, 


Platte City 


Becker Wm, 


St Joseph 


Surles <fc Thatcher, 


Platte City 


Beery J M, 


St Joseph 


Saucier John B, 


Portage De Sioux 


Bessing W, 


St Joseph 


St Cyn Peter, 


Portage De Sioux 


Best John, 


St Joseph 


Neff Washinofton, 


Portland 


Blake Geo, 


St Joseph 


Combs E Wr 


Randolph 


Boucat N, 


St Joseph 


Furnish Wm, 


Randolph 


BROWN & KABOTH, St Joseph 


Gofi'Wm, 


Randolph 


Brown Thos, 


St Joseph 


Jones Lewis, 


Readsville 


Carol us Geo, 


St Joseph 


Waters G W, 


Reform 


Cody Richard, 


St Joseph 


Bales J C, 


Richmond 


Conlisk Peter, 


St Joseph 


Hays AVm, 


Richmond 


Deitz & Henschel, 


St Joseph 


Willis Joseph, 


Richmond 


Fitzgerald M, 


St Joseph 


Gregory Geo, 


Rocheport 


Friderich & Streckebein, St Joseph 


HutfChas, 


Rocheport 


Grebens C 


St Joseph 


Stiekell Solomon, 


Rocheport 


Golding & Fuller, 


St Joseph 


Wells B G, 


Rushville 


Grady P, 


St Joseph 



358 



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Hass A, 

Hartwig & Richler, 
Herbert & Gogle, 
Kelzer Anton, 
Klos P, 
La Flam N N, 
Lewis J M, 
Lieb Adolph, 
Logue W J, 
MacGinty John, 
McCormick Daniel, 
McGee & Jones, 
McNew Allen, 
Mentzel, 
Morgenstern R, 
Morris M, 
Murphy John, 
Murphy Mollie, 
Nerman Jos, 
Preston & Miller, 
Reid L,' 

Rosa Louis, 

Rose Henry, 

Saltzman, 

Schaufert & Gitz, 

Schriber Geo, 

Smith Wm, 

Stambrough S, 

StefFen & Bode, 

Streng Joseph, 

Uhlinger Henry, 

Ullman John, 

Wakerlin Philip, 

Walter P, 

Wey F, 

Wilmot Wm, 

Wilson Wm, 

MAST CHRISTIAN, 

Burke Thos, 

Hulburt & Ricker, 

Scovil & Burnside, 

Vasse W W, 

Dale & Burghart, 

Dale D Y, 

Robbins Wm, 

Bentz Marcus, 

Ella D, 

Kelly M, 

Sullivan J, 

Thornhill J S, 

Thompson J A, 

Ellinger Morris, 

Engel Jacob, 

Heck F, 

Mathews J W, 



St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stewartsville 

Stewartsville 

Stewartsville 

Thomasville 

Utica 

Utica 

Utica 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Wentzville 

Wentzville 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 



Olfermon E, 
Reed Wm, 
Robbins & Light, 
Ruf Adolph, 
Ruf Frank, 
Ruf Bernard, 
McConn J, 
Preston J B, 
Renttinger F, 
Sumner, 
Wells Wm, 
Reed Henry, 



Sasli, Doors and Blinds. 

Wilson J, St Joseph 



Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Weston 

Williamsburg 

Winthrop City 

Winthrop City 

Winthrop City 

Winthrop City 

Xenia 



Saw Mills. 



Gillespie, Kingsborough & Nelson, 

Albany 
Schauf Christian, 
Hildebrandt & Tree, 
King; Wm, 



Dolmon P R, 
Townsend L & J H, 
Laney Henrv, 
MayPM, 
jNleryhew F, 
Bargdoll Louis, 
Loveland R ,P 
Haywood Lewis W, 
Smitli & Hickman, 
Hildebrandt Christian, 
Phlugo Jacob, 
Dawson & Van Meeter 
HINTON J W & CO, 
Miller Louis, 
Jackson Wm J, 
Coulson Wm, Sr, 
Oyster D K, 



Augusta 

Bridgeport 

Brooklin 

Brunswick 

Brunswick 

Bethany 

Chain of Rock 

Chambersburg 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Clarksville 

Columbia 

Cottleville 

DeWitt 

Grant's Hill 

Hannibal 

High Hill 

Jackson's Mill 

LaGrange 

LaGrantre 



Corbin, Everett & Jagger, Liberty 



Wilson & Fisher, 
Draper Dan, 
Freeman W C, 
PATTEN & WARD 

Gannt & Torreyson, 
Littleton F, 
Surber Andrew, 
West J J, 
Settle & Ellis, 
Baker R W, 
Craig & Gravitt, 
McRay & Martin, 



Locust Hill 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Martinsburg 

Maysville 

Mexico 

Mexico 

Middle Grove 

Middletown 

Millersburg 

Mitchellville 



Martin & Conaty, Montgomery City 
Haley, Coots & Sherwood, Mt Moriah 



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Chapman Wm, 


Newark 


Machens Henry E, 


St Charles 


Barnes & Terrell, 


North Star 


Woolfolk S R, 


Troy 


Ogle John, 


Ode's Mill 


:McFaddeu James W 


, Warrenton 


Pohlster , Ordelheide's Store 

Carter & Newland, Old Alexandria 






Sbiiigle Mills. 


Harvey W B, 


Old Alexandria 


Bush G A, 


St Joseph 


Talbot Geo W, 


Princeton 


Globe & Smith, 


Mitchellville 


Smith Bros, 


Platte River 


Jones G W, 


Mexico 


Miller Daniel, 
Crosby James, 


Rochester 
Rockport 






Shoemakers. 


Wyatt & Crosby, 


Rockport 


Clark D, 


Acasto 


Smith L E, 


Rushville 


Claver & Co, 


Albany 


Hatton & Storrs, 


Savannah 


Currin A P, 


Albany 


West Philip D, 


Saverton 


Faurote Isaac, 


Alexandria 


White Thomas, 


Shelbyville 


Burks Wm, 


Ashley 


Graham James, 


Spring Hill 


Hall , 


Ashley 


Hansam Jacob, 


St Charles 


Houston ]M, 


Ashley 


ELLIOTT WM H, 


St Catherines 


Davis H, 


Ashton 


Hamilton James, 


St Joseph 


Fuhr 


Augusta 


Venable G M, 


St Joseph 


Worth S, 


Ben Bow 


Howard, Hastings & Preble, 


Arney Gilbert, 


Bethany 




St Joseph 


Price Veasey, 


Bethany 


Howard, Clark & King, Stewartsville 


Zimerly Ed, 


Bethany 


Minor Joseph L, 


Thomas ville 


Roser & Warner, 


Bethel 


Dean & Co, 


Utica 


Beachwood Wm, 


Bevier 


Schmitt John A & Bro, Utica 


Taake Henry, 


Big Spring 


Mischakrieger H & F, Warrenton 


Sauwald Gottfreit, 


Boschert Town 


Miller J & A, 


Watersburg 


Kincade James D, 


Bowling Green 


Ploop N, 


Wesley 


Harrison T, 


Brookfieid 


Brunson Melvin, 


West Quinoy 


Lenhmann F, 


Brookfield 


Kimball Deacon, 


West Quincy 


Jost , 


Brunswick 


Cummings & Adams, 


Wlnthrop City 


Sasse Henry, 


Brunswick 


Morris & Lukins, 


Winthrop City 


Montgomery Wra. 


Bucklin 


Kinney Benjamin, 


Xenia 


Shlenker J, 


Callao 






Forest Lawrence. 


Cameron 


Second Hand Stores. 


Collins E J, 


Canton 


Bourgeois David, 
Revelon Gustav, 


St Joseph 
St Joseph 


Hohman C, 


Canton 


Kirch John, 


Canton 




Schneider H, 


Canton 


Sewing Machine Dealers. 


Verter Christian, 


Canton 


Cochran Mrs, 
Short J S & Co, 
Whiting T, 


St Joseph 
St Joseph 
St Joseph 


Wolf Phillip, 
Af holter John, 
Bortissen H, 
Hass Herman, 
Snow Simeon, 


Canton 
Carrollton 
Carrollton 
Carrollton 


CJl,rt„«flp 




Central ia 


olierins. i 


Allen W, 


Chillicothe 


Kuechler Geo, 


Brunswick 


Austin John, 


Chillicothe 


Morrison J L, 


Fayette 


Currin & Minteer, 


Chillicothe 


Austin John H, 


Huntsville 


O'Brien Michael, 


Chillicothe 


Darrow EdAvard, 


Kirksville 


Saali A & B, 


Chillicothe 


Wray I N, 


Maryville 


Durham A 0, 


Clarence 


Carson J W, 


Mexico 


Boyd A W, 


Clarksville 


Fulton Geo W, 


Newark 


Griffith Romulus, 


College Mound 
Cottleville 


Roecker Albert, 


Oregon 


Huser, 


Boulware W H, 


Palmyra 


Klein John, 


Cottleville 



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SHO 


Seymoure John, 


Cottleville 


Hamilton N B, 


Linneus 


Blassing Wm, 


Danville 


Bauman D, 


Linneus 


Deppe Henry, 


Dardenne 


Bekerman J H, 


Linneus 


Teppe Henry, 


Dardenne 


Wahl & Naber, 


Louisiana 


Murrer &; Snider, 


DeKalb 


Hablutzel Geo, 


Louisiana 


Shaffner S, 


DeKalb 


Burns Thomas, 


Macon City 


Stanton Joseph, 


DeWitt 


Bivins, 


Macon City 


Stephens Lawrence, 


Flint Hill 


Ehret Wm, 


Macon City 


Turner E H, 


Florida 


Mayer Gabriel, 


Macon City 


Stark D F, 


Frankfort 


Noll Ignatz, 


Macon City 


Barkman Peter, 


Franklin 


Schmidt G, 


Macon City 


Diekman Henry, 


Fulton 


Schrader tlenry, 


Macon City 


Gerhardt Wm, 


Fulton 


Hanes T H, 


Martinsburg 


Golding W I, 


Fulton 


Southmayd, 


Memphis 


Newkom C, 


Fulton 


Perry & Waucker, 


Mexico 


Flynn M 0, 


Gentryville 


Wood G T, 


Mexico 


Hutchinson, 


Gentryville 


Barker Edward, 


Middlebury 


Colman Laybolt, 


Glasgow 


Harrington Thos, 


Middlebury 


Fisher Elijah, 


Glasgow 


Stafford Stephen, 


Middletown 


Frantzen, 


Glasgow 


Hager F, 


Mill's Point 


Joseph Henry, 


Glasgow 


Schatz John, 


Millville 


Sigmund F, 


Glasgow 


Oats John, 


Missouri City 


Ruheling H, 


Hamburg 


Gibson B M, 


Monroe City 


Schlota A, 


Hamburg 
Hannibal 


Wommelsdorf F, 


Macon City 


Barnerd C, 


Wolff Joseph, 


Macon City 


Bassen J H, 


Hannibal 


Difani A, 


Montgomery City 


Cannon Wm J, 


Hannibal 


Howard T M, 


Monticello 


Gerleman W, 


Hannibal 


Orcult D & W C, Monticello 


Lynch M, 


Hannibal 


Schook L, 


Monticello 


Miller J D, 


Hannibal 


Heffron Martin, 


Monticello 


Waller Fred, Sr, 


Hannibal 


Phillips Wm, 


New Cambria 


Brack Philip, 


Hardin 


Ructer Herman, 


New Hope 


Noble John, 


High Hill 


Eich, 


New Melle 


Hnake Fred, 


Holstein 


Theileman, 


New Melle 


Oestrich John, 


Holstein 


McDowell H M, 


Olio 


Springer Wm, 


Holstein 


Bostock T S, 


Oregon 


ADAMS R W, 


Hunnewell 


Seeman F G, 


Oregon 
Oxford 


Gilmour J C, 


Hunnewell 


Hendon B F, 


Brown N S, 


Huntsville 


Appel John, 


Palmyra 


Keebaugh S M, 
Meyer Wm, 


Huntsville 


Goehler George, 


Palmyra 


Huntsville 


Hughes, 


Palmyra 


Brown Maurice, 


Indian Creek 


Rette Joseph, 


Palmyra 


Music, 


Jacksonville 


Weidhaus J, 


Palmyra 


Tedford & Smith, 


Jacksonville 


Sampson J, 


Paulville 


Dyke J V, 


Kidder 


Wilkins J, 


Peaksville 


Eldrige Geo, 


Kirksville 


Barber Hiram, 


Princeton 


Ilgenfritz Jacob L, 


Kirksville 


Carney Daniel, 


Platte City 


Lucas James, 


Kirksville 


Wilkins Elias, 


Plattsburg 
Portland 


Childress Elisha, 


LaClede 


Lippelt G, 


Elliot W, 


LaClede 


Thune C, 


Portland 


Bollering Thomas, 


LaGrange 


Fain John, 


Randolph 


Cahoon ct Werty, 


LaGrange 


Ditman John, 


Ravena 


Bushman John, 


LaGrange 


Ballard & Low, 


Renick 


Bishop August, 


Liberty 


Marshall Wm, 


Richmond 


Smith Jesse F, 


Lindley 


Fluman Henry, 


Roanoke 



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Powers James, 
Hardings, 
Oswald Henry, 
Bockey Robt, 
Wilkins P D, 
Kolbrenner G, 
Morfitt & Lanber, 
Norval J N, 
Kohler Louis, 
Wueppel Erust, 
Douglas Bobt, 
Flack & Olson, 
Leslie A, 
Baxter S, 

Beckerle Matthias, 
Bruer G, 
Engert Adam, 
Halleman, 
Paul M, 
Seifert M, 
Wesemann K, 
Zerr V, 
Redding Jos L, 
Bunch W, 
Frank John, 
Gunn S H, 
Boegle & Dorsam, 
Burr Jos, 
Cellone Peter, 
Chambers Wm, 
Cook Henry 
Harris & Sulivan, 
Henry Louis, 
Heuschele P, 
Krumme J H, 
Kunstel J, 
Lanbert Fred, 
Morrissey M, 
Nerman Jos, 
Ramsier F, 
Resny Jos, 
Studer & Voth, 
Denne Thos W, 
Gantz Caspar, 
Taylor J, 
Johnson Jas, 
W orsham Wm & Co, 
Morgan M, 
Hugo F, 
Siebrecht Chas, 
Smith C A, 
Clobes Wm, 
Rohring John^ 
Shelsky Edward^ 
Ringold J L^ 



Roanoke 

Rocheport 

Rockport 

Salisbury 

Sante Fe 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Savannah 

Scheursburg 

Shelbina 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Spring Hill 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Catherines 

St Francisville 

St John 

St John 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Stevens' Store 

Stewartsville 

Sticklerville 

Tinney's Point 

Troy 

Utica 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 

Wentzville 

Weston 

Weston 

White Cloud 



Burkhart John 
Sudworth, 



Wintersville 
Winthrop City 



Shooting Gallery. 

Oeller John, Weston 

Soap and Candle Manufactories. 

Schnitzlein L, Hannibal 

FETZNER BENJ, St Joseph 

Mead W E, St Joseph 

Soda Water Manufactory. 

Andriano, St Joseph 
i* t ^ 

Stage Lines. 

Canton & Kirksville, 48 miles. 
Canton & Memphis, 50 miles. 
CANTON & KEOKUK, 22 miles. 
CHILLICOTHE & PRINCETON, 

50 miles. 

Hamilton & Gallatin, 14 miles, 

Hamilton & Lexington, 45 miles. 

Allen to Huntsville, 6 miles. 

Huntsville to Brunswick, 34 miles. 

Huntsville to Glasgow, 32 miles. 

Liberty daily to Kansas City, 12 miles. 

Louisiana tri-weekly to Pittsfield, 111, 
18 miles, fare $1 75. 

Louisiana daily to Wellsville, Mo, 45 
miles, fare $4. 50. 

Louisiana daily in the winter to Han- 
nibal, Mo, 36 miles, fare $3 60. 

Mexico to St Aubert via Fulton, 44 
miles, 

St Joseph to Omaha. 



Stave Factories. 

Haywood Lewis, Clarksville 

ESPEY ROBT, Louisiana 



Steaml)oat Agents. 

Foster R L k Co, Alexandria 

Kenedy & Bro, Brunswick 

CRAFT E, ^ Canton 

Eagon Wm, Keokuk Packets, Canton 
Carroll E B, N L P Co, Clarksville 
Lewis & Heryford, Glasgow 

Tatum Goo II & Co, Glasgow 

Bohon T B, Keokuk Packet Co, 

LaGrange 
Guiley J D, Keokuk Packet Co, 

Louisiana 



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Stirrup Factory. 


Hicks J R & Co, 


Liberty 


Medley J, 


St Joseph 


Weakley, Dale & Co, 
Homer & Sewell, 
Dreyfus & Woracek, 


Liberty 
Linneus 






Louisiana 


StoYes & Tinware. 


Parks ct Seymour, 


Louisiana 


Coulter & ]Moore, 


Albany 


Jaeger J & Co, 


Macon City 


Ritchhart & Spesard, 


Albany 


Bearce L S & Co, 


Macon City 


Judson H, 


Alexandria 


McClain W H H, 


Maryville 


Tisue C, 


Allen 


Walker J T, 


Memphis 


Allen & Hamilton, 


Bethany 


Barada L S, 


Mexico 


BROWN OEO, 


Brookfield 


Ferris G D, 


Mexico 


Post J C, 


Brookfield 


How & Pool, 


Milan 


Johnson N H & Co, 


Brunswick 


Bruner & Busby, Montgomery City 


Mauzey S, 


Brunswick 


Davis J H, 


Monticello 


Gordon R P, 


Callao 


AllynWm, 


Newark 


CORN W D & CO, 


Cameron 


Josselyn H P, 


Newark 


Riggs R W, 


Cameron 


Nies & Son, 


Oregon 


Johnson H, 


Canton 


Best Bros, 


Palmyra 


Wild J & Son, 


Canton 


Hartman John C, 


. Palmyra 


Deigle & Deitrich, 


Carrollton 


Nesbit Wm T & Co, 


Paris 


Coston & Foote, 


Chillicothe 


Dzinbon Wm D, 


Park ville 


Drake & Son, 


Chillicothe 


Murray & Officer, 


Princeton 


Everhart F K, 


Chillicothe 


Drake J, 


Ravena 


Leeper A & Co, 


Chillicothe 


Bidwell H W, 


Richmond 


Drake & Miller, 


Clarksville 


Leper J P, 


Richmond 


Carlisle John W, 


Columbia 


Terrill J H, 


Roanoke 


Newman A J, 


Columbia 


Waddle, Spence & Co, 


Rocheport 


Creason J A, 


DeWitt 


Deuzer John, 


Rockport 


Jack J S & Bro, 


Edina 


Hutchinson J, 


Salisbury 


Darnzell G C, 


Florida 


Beard & Hudson, 


Savannah 


Waterman J C & Co, 


Forrest City 


Garret S F, 


Savannah 


Backer D, 


Fulton 


GOODMAN C & BRO 


, Shelbina 


Neal & Hagan, 


Fulton 


Irwin John, 


Shelbyville 


Osborn Thos J, 


Gallatin 


Buschmann Fred, 


St Charles 


Rogers & Bro, 


Gallatin 


Heye Fred, 


St Charles 


Gannan Thos, 


Glasgow 


Nolle E, 


St Charles 


Watts D P, 


Harrisonville 


Black F S & Co, 


St Catherines 


Carter & Kelsey, 


Harrison ville 


HOLLER & R0ES8NER,St Joseph 


MORTON J N, 


Hamilton 


Borngesser Henry, 


St Joseph 


Buchanan & Blair, 


Hannibal 


Brown G W, 


St Joseph 


Clement & Rheason, 


Hannibal 


FORCE D M, 


St Joseph 


Greathouse & Watson 


Plannibal 


Forry G C, 


St Joseph 


Hickman & Bro, 


Hannibal 


Green A & Co, 


St Joseph 


Hixon & Busby, 


Hannibal 


Holme & Bro, 


St Joseph 


Jones T G, 


Hannibal 


Jung Geo, 


St Joseph 


Smith D B, 


High Hill 


Maxwell & Warfield, 


St Joseph 


Calhoun V B, 


Hunts ville 


Neeb & Heller, 


St Joseph 


Hunter J S, 


Huntsville 


Sanders & Welch, 


St Joseph 


Harlan W B & Bros, 


Kirksville 


Shultz Chas H & Co, 


St Joseph 


Davis & Cowlcs, 


LaClede 


White B F, 


Stewarts ville 


Bohon T B, 


LaGrauge 


Conrad Chas, 


Trenton 


Wright & Willis, 


LaGrange 


Lynott J P & Co, 


Troy 


Fredrich C, 


Lancaster 


Tiiornbey J G, 


Unionville 


Armstrong & Hix, 
Bradford!, 


Liberty 


Bramel W T, 


Utica 


Liberty 


Middlekamp Wm, 


Warrenton 



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Lehnen D, 


Wellsville 


Kamman J, 


St Charles 


Briggs W S, 


Weston 


Sondermann H, 


St Charles 






riiTiri*^!* ^v 1 TrriiovTii oiMi 


St Joseph 
St Joseph 


Sugar Manufacturers. 


-Diiiucr i\j vjcieimann, 
Krusemer I C, 


BRANDOW ED & CC 


1, St Joseph 


Lederer J, 


St Joseph 




Eugiueers. 


Burrows E T, 
McClary Isaac, 
Berkman H, 


Stevens' Store 


Surveyors & Civil 


Warren ton 
Wentzville 


Shepard M, 


Mexico 


Martin John R, 


Wentzville 


Haramack S, 


Middletown 


Buchner B, 


Weston 


TAYLOR WM H, 

Hess F, 


Shelbina 
St Charles 


Gothling L, 
Searsy g B, 


Weston 
Woodlawn 


* '*' * 






Tailors. 






Chery A, 


Acasto 


Tanneries. 


Will N, 


Bethel 


Johnston H, 


Albany 


Fawble K A, 


Bucklin 


Price J & V, 


Bethany 
Bethel 


Pulliam Z, 


Clarksville 


Schafer John, 


Veto H, 


Clarksville 


Schrodt R, 


Hannibal 


Lansdale & Elston, 


Columbia 


Ferrell W, 


Lancaster 


Tillery W A, 


Columbia 


Bevans & Co, 


Louisiana 


Fieese H, 


Costleville 


Fellow Tol)ias, 


Ninevah No 1 


Grabble John, 


Cottleville 


Simpson John, 


Spring Hill 


Lynch Steven, 


Edina 


Worsham Wm & Co, 


Troy 


Cook L, 


Fayette 




McGee Jas, 


Florida 


_«^,,^,« 


1 — 


Newkom John, 
McGuin Wm, 


Fulton 
Glasgow 


Telegrapli Operators. 


Jackson & Doyle, 


Hannibal 


Morris J B, 


Allen 


Lewis John M, 


Hannibal 


SLEEPER E X, 


Bevier 


Mathew J, 


Huntsvillc 


Plughes R T, 


Breckenridge 


Cane W J, 


Jacksonville 


Collins J R, 


Brookfield 


Leedom A, 


Lancaster 


Schwartz Dewitt C, 


Brookfield 


Hutmacher & Leonard, 


Liberty 


Cole L G, 


Bucklin 


Schroer Herman, 


Marthasville 


Richardson E, 


Callao 


Elliott E B, 


Maysville 


Durbin W L, 


Chillicothe 


Childs R, 


Mexico 


Clark J R, 


Clarence 


Lander & Gough, 


Mexico 


Lawson Geo S, 


Hamilton 


Johnson J B, 


Middletown 


Houck S A, 


HunneweJl 


Stephens Wm, 


Monroe City 


Wymau C F, 


Kidder 


Trainer Adam F, Montgomery City 


George Crane, 


Macon City 


Saulsbury, 


New Hope 


Bruton J G, 


Mexico 


Mires Henry, 


Oregon 


DUDLEY ED, 


Monroe City 


Burnet C A, 


Paris 


Butler E F, M 


ontgomery City 


Ross P, 


Paris 


Potter N A, 


Osborn 


Rose W, 


Platte City 


Kohl Mike, 


Palmyra 


Transue Bro, 


Plattsburg 


Graves E A, 


Shelbina 


Caton, 


Roanoke 


Yates F C, 


Shelbina 


Wright C F, 


Roanoke 


Grain Geo, 


St Charles 


Borroughs Levi, 


Rocheport 


Waddel FG, 


St Joseph 


Scobee Wesly, 


Rocheport 


Woodring W H, 


St Joseph 


Thies T, 


Scheuresburg 


Smith A H, 


Utica 


Burton John, 


Shelbida 


Livsey B, 


Warrenton 


BreckerP, 


St Charles 


Garwood M H, 


Wellsville 


Huber H, 


St Charles 


Henson J, 


W^eston 



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Tobacco & Cigars. 



Calvert Isaac, 
GLOESER A, 

Crigamire Henry, 
Dodd & Northup, 
Butler O, 
Cohn F, 

Curd & Tucker, 
Temple H C, 
Deimann H D, 
Mann Wm B, 
Manning D, 
Warnke & Meredith, 
Rutherford Wm T, 
Windsor Jas, 
Foster Jas M, 
Kreitz Theo W, 
Spencer J J, 
Crigmire G C, 
Mannel Geo L, 
Malone Jos, 
Crump Moore & Co, 
Wheeler W L. 
Reed & Buskholder, 
Crawford John, 
Holtschneider C A, 
Maertens W H, 
Osmers J, 
Schutten J B, 
Deichmann & Fuelling, 
Dueucke H, 
Embrey & Co, 
Groneweg H, 
Krausmann & Beck, 
Moore M H & Co, 
Schrauck & Hesse, 
Saatmann E, 
Anderson Jos, 



Alexandria 

Canton 

Chillicothe 

Chillicothe 

Fayette 

Fulton 

Fulton 

Glasgow 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Hannibal 

Huntsville 

LaGrange 

Louisiana 

Macon City 

Mexico 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Paynesville 

Portland 

Portland 

Renick 

Rocheport 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Charles 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

St Joseph 

Warrenton 

Weston 



Tobacco Factories. 

Coaes & Co, Allen 

Gilliam T E, Brunswick 

Redding Isaac W & Co, Bucklin 

Abshire John, Chillicothe 

Lingo & Towner, Chillicothe 

Davis &, Co, Clarksvillc 

Major & Sons, Clarksvillc 

Logan S W, Flint Hill 

Lewi^ B W & Bros, Glasgow 

McNair, Morgan & Co, Glasgow 

Brickey J L & Co, Hannibal 

Brown & Kelley, Hannibal 

Collins, Breed & Co, Hannibal 

Harris, Davis & Co, Hannibal 

Henderson & Dedman, Hannibal 



Jourdan & Henson, Hannibal 

Mann Wm B, Hannibal 

Payne G B, Hannibal 

Williams W Y & Co, LaGrange 

Glenn, Overall & Clark, Louisiana 
HENDERSON J N& CO, Louisiana 
Marzolf, Martin & Seibert, Louisiana 
Tinsley, Bright cSt Co, Louisiana 

Tinsley, Brown cfc Co, Louisiana 



Turner G B, 
Towner G L, 
Costlio C, 
Tucker E T, 
Pearson & Jones, 
May Frank, 
Mathews Geo A, 
Fox, 

Hall W V, 
Rawlings & True, 
Sparks & Adams, 
Leejiier & Crews, 
Newby J H & Co, 
]^,Iay P M, 

McRoberts, Wells & Co, 
Whitehead, Wray & Co 
Wilson N & Co, 



Macon City 

Macon City 

Mechanicsville 

Middle Grove 

Middletown 

Millville 

Mt Airy 

Newark 

Roanoke 

Shelbina 

Shelbina 

Spring Hill 

St Charles 

Wentzv