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ALBRIGHT LACKAHIST 
50686012858838 
The Scranton directory. . . 
containing a general dire 
ctory of the citizens; a 
business directory; a rec 
ord of the city governmen 
t, institutions, societie 
s and corporations. And 



SCRANTON 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ALBRIGHT MEMORIAL BUILDING 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



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THE LARGEST 

BOOT AN© 8HOE 

ESTABLISHMENT IN LUZERNE CO. 

IS TO BE FOUND 

Opposite the Wyoming House, Scranton, Pa. 



PETER KAHLER, Proprietor. 



The undersigned calls the attention of the public to his exten- 
sive assortment of 

Boots, Shoes, Leather, 

Which he is disposing of at the most favorable rates, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

|^^"His Custom Work is superior to any other establishment. 

SjiS" He received the highest premium awarded at the last i 
Luzerne County Agricultural Fair, for articles in his line of 
manufacture. 

JC^^AU Custom Work Warranted to give satisfaction. 
CALL BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE. 

Lackawanna Avenue, I 

Opposite the Wyoming House. 

P. KAHLER. 



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FAICY DEY GOODS 



AND 



Trimming Establishment, 



Lackawanna Avenue, 

(Between Wyoming and Penn,) SCRANTON, 

Has always on hand a choice selection of 

DRY GOODS & EMBROIDERIES, 

Together with a general assortment of 

LADIES' AHDCUEH'SGAITEIIHIIDSK, 

Always ready and willing, according to her usual motto, 
NEW GOODS ! 

QUICK SALES!! 

SMALL PROFITS ! ! ! 

AND READY CASH ! ! ! ! 



OF 

GEO. SANDERSON ti CO, 

SCRAISTTON, FENN. 



Particular attention paid to Collections, and proceeds promptly 
remitted on day of maturity at Current Rate of Exchange. 

REFER TO 

PAEKBANK, New York. 

Messrs. THOMPSON BROS., Bankers, - 

IRA SMITH, Jr. & CO. 

CORN EXCHANGE BANK, - - - Philadelphia. 
Messrs. DREXEL & CO., Bankers, - - " 

HUGH HARROLD, Banker, - - - 

LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, 

Scranton, Luzerne Co., Pa. 



SANDERSON & TTILL^RD, 

Attorneys at Law, 

Attend strictly and promptly to all legal business entrusted to 
them, in the several Courts of Pennsylvania. 

COLLECTIONS made in all of the Northern Counties of 
Pennsylvania, and proceeds promptly remitted. 

EDWARD N. WILLARD. GEO. SANDERSON. 



REFER TO 



IRA SMITH, Jr. & CO. 

WILSON, JACKSON & MEIKELL. 

STONE, STARR ft CO. 

PARK BANK, 

BIRNEY k DAVIS, 



R. S. GOULD, Esq., New York. 
Hon. J. C. KNOX. Attorney General: Philadelphia 
Hon. G. W. WOODWARD. " 

DAVIS k BIRNKY. 



L S. & E. C. FULLER, 

Drugs, Medicines, 

AND 

PATENT MEDICINES, 

PAINTS AND OILS, 

CAMPHENE AND FLUID, 

BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 

FANCY GOODS & YANKEE NOTIONS. 
-A. a- E 3Sr T S F O II S B 31. i^ I Tsr a- 
EVANS & WATSON'S SAFES, 

KEDZIE'S WATER FILTER, 

FLOUR OF SUPERIOR QUALITY ONLY. 

Lackawanna Ave., 2d door from Penn. 
CHARLES FULLER, 

LIFE AND FIRE 

INSUKANCE AGENT, 

Commissioner of Deeds for the State of New York. 
OFFICE JIT TMF POST OFFICF. 

JOHN D. FULLER, 

AGENT FOR 

Hope & Howard Express, 

Lackawanna Avenue, 2d door from Penn. 



^TNA mSUMNGE CO 



OF HARTFORD, CONN. 



Incorporated, May, 1819. Charter Perpetual. 



PAID UP CAPITAL, : - - - $1,000,000 00 . 
ASSETS, 2,030,423 80 ! 



New York Agency, 62 Wall Street. 

APPLICATIONS FORWARDED BY 

S. SHERRERD, - - Scranton, Pa. 



This old and well established Company offers to those having 
property to be insured, what is desired by all, but what many 
fail to attain, viz.: security that their losses will be promptly 
adjusted and paid. 

The reputation obtained by forty years' business is a sufficient 
guarantee of the reliability of the Company, and the promptness 
of its officers. 

Farm property and detached buildings generally will be in- 
sured for a term of years on very favorable terms. 







IDII^EOXOI^S. 




T. 


K. BRACE, 


E. FLOWER, S. S. WARD, 


D. HmLYER, 


S. 


TUDOR, 


E. A. BULKLEY, H. Z. PRATT, 


T. A. ALEXANDER, 


J. 


CHURCH, 


R. MATHER, A. DUNHAM, 


W. KENEY, 


R. 


BUELL, 


E. G. RIPLEY, G. F. DAVIS, 
W. F. TUTTLB. 


C. H. BRAINARD, 




E. Cx. Ripley 


, Pres't. T. A. Al 


,EXANi)EK, V. Pres't. 




T. K. Brace, 


Jr., Sec'y. A. A. Williams, Adjuster. 



CI.IFF TI^ORKS 

MACHINE SHOP 

And Foundry, 

SCTIANTON, PENNSYLVANIA, 

Situated close to the Depot of the Delaware, Lackawanna and 
Western, and of the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroads. 



WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH, UPON SHORT NOTICE, 

LOCOMOTIVE AND STATIONARY ENGINES AND 

BOILERS, of all kinds and sizes, COAL BREAKERS, 

MINING MACHINERY, MILL GEARING, 

SHAFTING, PULLEYS, &c., &c. 

Castings of every description. 

ALSO 

LARGE ROLLING WIRE SCREENS 

FOR COAL OPERATIONS* 

Wire and Cast Iron Fences, 

PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL. 

A share of public patronage is solicited. 

Wm. COOKE $c CO. 



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C. H. & W. G. DOWD, 



DEALERS IN 



BUILDERS' AHD HOUSEKEEPERS' RARDWAliE 

Meclmiiics' Tools, WiihIow Glla88, &c. 

SPRINGS AND AXLES, SKEINS AND BOXES, 
HUBS, SPOKES AND FELLOES. 



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Also, Manufacturers of 



STOVES AND TIN WARE. 

Lackawanna Avenue, 

SCRANTON, PA. 



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PHELPS, DODGE & CO. 

Imprttrs aitir dealers in ||lctab, 

NEW YORK, 

Offer for sale : 



25,000 bxs. I. C. Tin Plate. 
12,500 bxs. I. X. Tin Plate. 

5,000 bxs. Extras, of all descriptions. 
10,000 bxs. Terne Roofing Plates, I. C. & I. X. 
2,500 slabs of Banca Tin. 
1,500 slabs of Straits Tin. 

175 cases American and English Copper, 12 to 32 oz. 
3,500 packs Russia Sheet Iron, 8 to 16. 
13,000 bdls. Charcoal and R. G. Sheet Iron, from 12 to 28. 
25,000 bdls. English Sheet Iron, 10 to 28. 
200 tons Silesian Spelter. 
500 casks Sheet Zinc, from 22 to 38 inches. 
7,000 bales English Iron Wire, from to 22 
500 bales American Iron Wire, from to 18. 
100 tons Pig Lead. 
100 casks Regulus of Antimony. 

BRAZIERS' AND BOLT COPPER 

EXTRA SIZES ROLLED TO ORDER. 

Together with a full assortment of every article in Tinners' use, 
offered in lots to suit purchasers. 



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JAMES HAMIIGTON & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IV 

Cabinet Furniture, : 

AND CHAIRS, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



— ALSO 

MATTRESSES, 

LOOKING GLASSES, 

GILT MOULDINGS, 

WINDOW CURTAINS 
AND SHADES, 

CORNISHES, 
BANDS, 

TASSELS, 
&c. 

NO CHARGE FOR HANGING CURTAINS WE SELL 

Cabinet Makers supplied with Varnish, Veneer, Glue, Cabi- 
net Hardware and Upholstery Goods, at New York prices. 

NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK. 

Warerooms, Wyoming Avenue, 

SCRANTON, PA. 



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OF 

MASON, IVIEYLERT ^ CO. 

SCR A NT ON, PA. 

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PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS, 

AND 

Remittances Made at illatiirity at Current Rate of Exchange. 

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EFER TO 



BANK OF XORTH AMERICA, - - - New York. 
WORK, MoCOUCH & CO., Philadelphia. 



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Grain, Floiir, Feed, IMeal, 
CHOP FEED, SHORTS, 

HAMS, SHOULDERS, PORK, SALT, &C. 

Always on hand a large stock of the choicest brands. 

Franklin Avenue, near the Depot, 



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rsci^AisTTOisr 

BOOK, WALL PAPER & VARIEH STORE 

EAST CORNER 

Lackawanna and Washington Avenues. 



ESTABLISHED 1853. 




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SCHOOL BOOKS, SLATES AND SCHOOL APPARATUS, 

Blanls Books of every clescription, 

RELIGIOUS, MEDICAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, 

STATIONERY OP ALL KINDS, SUPERB GOLD PENS, 
PAPER HANGINGS, a large variety of diflferent Patterns and Qualities, 

WINDOW SHADES, PAPEE CURTAINS & FIXTURES. 

Mahogany Cloth, Table and Stand Covers, Ai'tists' Materials, Lithographs, &c., 

Perfumery and Toilet Articles, Mathematical Instruments and Drawing 

Paper, India Rubber Toys, Yankee Notions, &c. 

STODDARD'S MATHEMATICAL SERIES 

At New York Wholesale Prices. 

BARRETT'S ENGLISH SYNTAX 

AT WHOLESALE. 

j^" Orders for Goods left at the Store every Monday, will be obtained from the 
City by the ensuing Thursday. 



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Cor, Wyoming Ave. and Spruce St., Scranton, Pa. 

g;-:e30. cjoistes. 

Grocer and Provision Merchant 

LACKAWANNA AVENUE, 

Scranton, ]Peiiii. 



A LARGE SUPPLY OP 



mm, 0B0CEa:E$ mn tmmmm 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

JC^* Orders solicited and promptly filled. 



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S O I^ A. IST T O 1>T 

SCREEN & RAILING 

Near Railroad Depot, Scranton, Pa. 



If iiiiifi iiSf ill Will iilllii 

For Cemeteries, Cottages, Public Grounds, &c. 

For Dwellings, Verandas, &c. 

^^^ Particular attention paid to repairing. 

BROCK & CARLING, Proprietors. 




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BILLIARD ROOMS, ' 

Xjuckawanna •Ivenue^ 

Third Floor, over Fisher & Go's Store, SOU. A-HSTTOn^T, I» A.. 

..^ — • — *. 

rODR TABLES OF MICHAEL PHELON'S MANDFACTDRE, 

WITH MARBLE BEDS, 
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17 

ST. CHARLES HOTEL, 

Penn Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 



D. K. KR.ESSLEIi, Proprietor. 



A fair share of patronage solicited. A Coach at the Depot on 
arrival of the Passenger Trains. 



IIOUSE,SIGII,FRE$COyi!llilMEIITALrAIHTEII, 

Fenn Avf^nue, near Tine St., Scranton, Pa. 

PAPER HANGING, GRAINING, GILDING & CARRIAGE PAINTING 

;JS- Orders respectfally solicited. Work promptly attended to."=^ 

CASH PAD) FOR HIDES! NOTICE TO BUTCHERS!! 

The Subscriber, wishing to extend his business, gives notice that he will pur- 
chase every description of 

HEP iiiii,siiip Piifi&iiip lEiii 

For which the highest Market Price in Cash will be paid. 

Those having Hides for sale will do well to give him the first offer, at his resi- 
dence on Franklin Avenue, next door below the Catholic Church. 

HORACE SHIBER, 
Franklin Avenne, near Sprtice Street, Scranton, Pa. 

GEO. D. HAUGHAWOUT, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

Scranton, !Penn. 



J8S- COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.'=®0l 



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SAMTTBL SHERRBRD. F. J. LEAVENWORTH. 

SHERRERD & LEAVENWORTH, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW 

Scranton^ Luzerne County^ Pa* 

REFERENCES. 

E. W. Dunham, Esq., New York. I Hon. Geo. W. "Woodward, Philadelphia. 

William E. Dodge, Esq., " Messrs. Boyd & Stroud, Philadelphia. 

Messrs. Halsted, Haines & Co., New York. | " Mason, Mevlert & Co., Scranton. 

Moses Tajlor, Esq., New York. The Officers of D. L. & W. R. R. Co., and 

Messrs. Jordan & Brother, Philadelphia. Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co. 

" Price, Ferris & Co., Philadelphia. | Messrs. Dickson & Co., Scranton. 

J. J. POSTENS. M. B. POSTENS. 

POSTENS BROTHERS, 

IMPORTERS OF 

BRANDIES. GINS, WINES, CHAMPAIGNS. 

CLAEETS, JAMAICA & ST. CROIX RUMS, SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES, 

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

MONONGAHELA, BOURBON & EYE WHISKEY, 
I,ackawanna tlve., Scranton, Pa. 

A. S. WASHBURN, 

MINER, & DEALER IN COAL, 

Xjackawanna mlvenue^ 

Between Penn and Wyoming Avea. SOR-A^NXON", PENN". 



or at the yard, at lowest cash prices. 

CHARLES W. ROESSLER, j 

iiii iiiiiiii i iiif ill : 

s A L o o isr, 

Scranton^ Penn. 



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GEO. L. WHITMORE, 

DEALER IN 

Pit iiiii, iiifi. liiii 



Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c. 



(nivbr'3 block,) 
Between Lackawanna and Spruce, SCPl-A. NTTON, FA. 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 



11 

And House Furnisliing Hardware, 

NIVER'S BLOCK, PENN AVENUE, 

Between Lackawanna & Spruce St., SCRANTON, PENN. 

J. H. TRUESDELL, 

HOUSE, mU ORNAMENTAL PAINTE 



AND DEALER IK 



PAINTS, OILS, GLASS & PAPER HANGINGS, 
JVi/ofning mlvenue^ 

Bet. Lackawanna Ave. & Spruce St. SCIR A.3>TTOIvr, FA.. 

~~ JOHN Y. SHOEMAKER, 

MANUFACTURER 09 

CARRIIIGES, SLEIGHS, MARKET WMOHS, &C, 

JHulberry Street^ 

Between Penn & Wyoming Aves, SCRAi^TO:N", I>A. 

Carriage Trimming, Painting, Blacksmithing, and everything connected with the 
business, done in the best style. Jobbing of all kinds done to order. 
■3^ All orders promptly executed. 



20 

r>R. Or. ^W. M^SSER, 

LIFE AND FIRE 

msiRiifi mil, 

IVASHINGTON AVEI¥UE, 

(OPPOSITI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,) SOKAWTOIf, PA. 

KELLER & CO., 

MANUFACTITRERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

HARNESS, SADDLES. WfflPS, NETS, 

TRIMMINGS, &c., 
FRANKLIN AVENUE, 

(Two doors below the Mansion House,) 

L. W. KELLER, ? . - -m.-^^,^,f^-m.-^ . _ 

g.w. Keller! 5 SOI^AlSTTOISr, I>A.- 

(SE@m(SE H« SMITH, 

Teacher of Piano^ Organ^ &c., 

PENN AVENUE, 

(OVER NOCK, CORNISH & CO.,) Scraiitoii, !Pa. 



TERMS, TEN DOLLARS PER QUARTER OF TWENTY-TWO LESSONS. 

Also, Sole Agent for Haine's Celebrated New York Piano Fortes, and Carhart, 
Needham & Co.'s Melodeons. 



J^. B. SIVIITEE, 

MANUPACTUREB, 
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

^ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

LACKAWANNA AVENUE, | 

(Bet. Washington and Adams Avenues,) SQRAiNTQiN* PCNN. , 

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BRIGHT & HENSON, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

WINES, LIQUORS. ALES AND CIGARS, 

Franklin Ave., near the Depot, Scranton, Pa* 

ALSO, SOLE AGENTS FOR 

GREENWAY'S CELEBRATED SYRACUSE ALE. 
SGi' Orders solicited and promptly attended to.'=^ 

J. G. BRIGHT. H. B. HENSON. 

Df^ALBK IN 

iiiiiiiii i piii liiiii, 

Franklin mlventie^ 

Near the Mansion House, SCKANTON, PENN. 



Always on hand, and for sale, a choice lot of FLOUR. MEAL, FEED, SALT, FISH, 
LARD, HAMS, SHOULDERS, PORK, BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS, &c., cheaper than 
elsewhere. Also, a general assortment of TIN AND CROCKERY WARE. 

i^" Call and see for yourselves. 

PARROTT & MORRIS, 
Wyoming Avenue, 

Nearly opposite Wyoming House, SCRANTON, PENN. 



Always on hand a large assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and TESTINGS, 
which will be made up to order in the latest styles, at reasonable prices. Give us a call. 

FRANKI.IN AVENUE, SCRANTOIV, PENN. 

PROPRIETOR OF 

SCRANTON INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, 

Agent for the LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN ROUTE, BUFFALO 
AND LAKE HURON RAILWAY, EUROPEAN EXPRESS CO. Also, for the sale of 

Pianos & Melodeons, Sheet Music, Engravings, Books & Stationery. 



22 

ISAAC NEWHOUSE, 

TASHIONABIiB 

DRAPER $t TAILOR, 

Morgan's Building, Lackawanna Ave. 

A general asgortment of Cloths, Casslmeres, Vestlngs and Tailors' TrimmingB 
always on hand. Also, Manufacturer of aud Dealer in 

READY-MADE CLOTHING AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. 

Particular attention paid to Custom Work. Work -warranted to give perfect satisfactloii. 

E. W. FELLOWS & CLARK, 

(SUCCESSORS TO W. J. WALKER,) 
MANTJFACTTJREKS AND DEAIjERS IN 





ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTIOH OF JOHN ANDERSON & GO. S 

TOBACCOS AND SNUFFS, 
CORNER OF LACKAWANNA AND PENN AVENUES, 

&3- Particular attention paid to Orders. SCTtJ^JSTTOlSl, FJ^. 

ARNOLD & HALSTEAD, 

DEALERS EST 

LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, &c., 
PENN AVENUE, SCBANTON, PA. 

A large assortment always on hand, for sale Wholesale and Retail, at the Lowest Cash 

Prices. Attention is invited to our Stock. Don't forget the place, 

Nearly Opposite the St. Charles Hotel. 

Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of 

rUENITUEE, UPHOLSTERY, &C. 

Penn Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 



Particular attention paid to orders. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. A 
large stock of FURNITURE always on hand. Also, READY-MADE COFFINS 

HEARSES, for attendance at Funerals, always proyided. B^" Prtces reasonabte. 



23 

COUNSELOR AT LAW, 

Scranton, IPa. 

Office over Fisher & Go's Store, 

LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 

S- STJTC"T["C>, 

DEALER IN 

iLifiis iisiiiiiit, fiifiiiS; 

Gents' Furnishing Goods, Tailors' Trimmings, Hosier}', &c. 

AND 

Lackanaona Avenue, 

Opposite Wyoming Hall, SCKANTON, PA. 

BOOTS J^ISTID SHOES, H-A-TS J^ISTID GJ^FS. 

Custom Work done to order, at short notice. Country Merchants supplied with Stock at City whole- 
Bkle prices. 

Boot and s^M^fe Shoe Maker, 

UCKAWMM^^n^^^A V E N U E , 

NKXT DOOR TO ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^ SCIR.A.iN'TOIT, 

DOWDS HARDWARE STORE, ^^^^^^ FENTsT. 

Pwtioular attention paid to orders, and work guaranteed. The attention of the public is solicited. 
Terms Cash. 



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Levels B-ailding, 



Corner of Penn <fe Lackawanna Aves. §6RAMTQ)Mt PIM 
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All kinds of Binding done. Orders solicited. Pictures Framed in good style. 



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Civil Engineer and ArcMtect, 

EAST COR. LACKAWANNA & WASHINGTON AYES. 



WEEKS &MEABS, 

BUTCHERS, 

Penn Avenue, 



Ever thankful for past patronage 
of the public, he hopes to receive a con- 
tinuance of their favors. 

He assures the public that they may 
always find in their store a full supply of 

BEEF, MUTTON, LAMB, VEAL, &C. 

Newly Slaughtered. 




IDI^XJGS .A^ISTID IS^EIDIOinSTES. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



DRUGS, MEDICINES, 



CHEMICALS, 

GLASS, 

PAINTS 

OILS, 
VARNISHES, 

§Se StuSs. 




PERFUMERY, 



SOAPS, 

BRUSHES 



BRANDIES 

For Medicinal PnrpMeg. 

Invites the particular attention of Country PhysiciauB. Every article of Drugs 
warranted genuine, and all orders promptly attended to. Merchants and Dealers in 
Paints and Glass can purchase any goods in this line at city prices. Stock always large 
and vrell assorted. 



25 

HERALD or THE UNION 
JOB OFFICE. 



DAYIS & WHEELER, Propkietors. 

This is now the largest OflBce outside of the cities, embracing all the Modern 
Improvements — having a 

SUPERIOR POWER PRESS, HAND PRESSES, PAPER AND 
CARD CUTTING AND RULING MACHINES, ETC. 

Also, a new, large and excellent assortment of JOB TYPE of every description, 
suitable for all kinds of Printing— such as 

BLANK BOOKS OF ALL KINDS, 
Pamphlets, Posters, Bill-Heads, Circulars, Cards, &c., &c. 

We respectfully ask the attention of those wishing anything in our line, to 
our specimens of work, satisfied that they cannot do better than by giving us a call 

Office in Morgan's Block. Lackawanna Ave. 

Four doors above Post Office, (third floor,) SCRANTON, PENN. 



m:. d. engle, 

11 IMli i lEW 

Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 



Wit ii liKii i iiwiiii 



WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELEY always on hand, for sale cheaper than 

elsewhere. 
js^=- Repairing promptly attended to. Terms Ca^h.^^Sl 

FOREST mmif 

Cor. Wyoming Avenue and Spruce Street, 

SCE.ANTOlSr, PA. 



JOSEPH GODFREY, Proprietor.; 



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MACARTNEY & ALLEGER, 



Scranton, Fenn. 

OFFICE OVER THE POST OFFICE, LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 



All kinds of Printing Neatly Executed 



We have all the necessary Machinery for making BLANK 
BOOKS, REGISTERS, &c. 

All orders promptly attended to. Terms moderate, and cash 
on delivery. 

JUSTICES' BLANKS ALV7ATS ON HAND. 



THE 



HOPE EXPRESS COMPANY 

Forward Merchandise and Money, 

COLLECT NOTES & DRAFTS & BILLS WITH GOODS, 

ON THE LINE OF THE 

Central Railroad of New Jersey ; Lehigh Valley Railroad ; Delaware, Lacka- 
wanna and Western Railroad ; Lackawanna and Bloomsburgh 
Railroad ; and East Pennsylvania Railroad. 

■RTJISTNING- D^ILY, SUNDAYS E X C E I> T E D . 

EACH EXPRESS IN CHARGE OF A SPECIAL MESSENGER 





VIA THE 


ABOVE ROADS, TO 




Elizabeth, 


Somerville, 


NewGermantown, 


Belvidere, 


Plaiufield, 


Fleniiiigton, 


Chilton, 


J:tc.,etc., 


Bound Brook, 


WTiite House, 


New Hampton, 


(In New Jersey.) 


Easton, 


Wilkesbarre, 


Harrisburgh, 


Williamsport, 


Betlilehem, 


Montrose, 


Sunbury, 


Bloomsburgh, 


AUentown, 


Carbondale, 


Danville, 


Berwick, 


Mauch Chunk, 


Great Bend, 


Lockhaven, 


Muncey, 


Stroudsburgh, 


Reading, 


Jersey Shore, 


Ti-oy, 


Scranton, 


Tamaqua, 


Meyerstown, 


Etc., etc. 


Pittston, 


PottsviUe, 


Lebanon, 


(In Pennsylvania.) 



THE 



SCRANTON DIRECTORY. 



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±"S:^S'..€^— :V6;.0,v..,. . 



», ,., .<;;pNTAINING 



AN ALPHABETICAL LIST 



CITIZENS OF SCRAXTOX. 



A COMPLETE BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION. 



iefo gorh: 
PUBLISHED BY WM. F. BARTLETT. 



SCRANTON : T. J. ALLEGER. 
1859. 



SCRAITON DIEECTOM. 



Ackerman David, grocer, Penn nr 

Mulberry 
Adams F A, firemar,., bds H Sbircr 
Adams Hiram, eiigincii, ^'ore::,! 

House 
ADAMS J B, printer, Franklin ave 

bet Spruce and Linden 
Adams John Q, teamster, Mattes 
Adams Patrick, lab. Miiiooka 
Agen Patrick, lab. Prospect nr Or- 
chard 
Agin Patrick, lab. Pittston nr Or- 
chard 
Agin W J, wheelwright, River nr 

Adams 
Agin Wm, lab. Cedar nr Birch 
Agin Wm, carpenter, River st flats 
Albert Ansel, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
ALBRIGHT JOSEPH J. genl coal 
agent, D L & W R R, Ridge row 
Alexander Isaac, merchant, Lacka- 
wanna ave nr Wash, h Cedar 
Alexander J M, lawyer, Vine nr 

Penn 
Alleser B F, printer, bds T J Alleger 
ALLEGER THOS J, printer, Spruce 

nr Penn 
Allen Hemy, roller, 1 Front 
Allgood Daniel, lab. Minooka 
Amich H, teamster, River st flats 
Amonn Michael, carpenter, Willow 
AMSDEN FRANK P, civil en- 
gineer, Lackawanna avenue cor 
Washington 
AMSDEN JOEL. c'u\] engineer, 
Lackawanna ave cor Washington 
Anderson Thos, lab, Mineral 
Anglenn John, liquors, Penn ave 
nr Lackawanna, h Franklin nr 
Mulberry 



Anman David, engineer, Hickory 

, nr Oedat' 

A.\);\ar Jonathan, farmer, Dunmore 

'road. 
ARCHBALD JAS, chief engineer 

D L & W R R, Ridge row 
Arhart Chas C, tinsmith, bds J 

McKinney 
Armstrong Jos G, engineer. Forest 

House 
Armstrong Robert, engineer, Cedar 

nr Bridge 
Arnold A A, drayman. Spruce nr 

Wvoming 
ARNOLD R M (A & H) Mifflin nr 

Mulberry 
ARNOLD & HALSTEAD, shoes, 

Penn nr Lackawanna 
Art Chas, saloon, Cedar nr Bridge 
Art Nicholas, lab. Pittston nr Wil- 
low 
Assion Christian, lab. Willow 
Assion Henry, molder. River 
Atchinson Thos, miner, Minooka 
Atesell Wm, carpenter, Petersburg 
Aull Joseph, shoes, Wyoming nr 

Lackawanna, h Alley bet Frank 

and Penn avs 
Austin Wm, conductor, Mifflin nr 

Spruce 
Avery John, puddler, 8 Dodge 
Avery Wm, lab. 9 Dodge 
Ayres Israel, boarders, Mifflin nr 

Spruce 
Ayres Linden, clerk, bds Israel 

Ayres 
Bachler John, lab. Cedar nr Hick- 
ory 
Bailey W, brakeman, Lackawanna 

nr Wyoming 



BAM. 



29 



BRI. 



Hamburg John, watchman, Peters- 
burg 
Bamburg Jacob lab. Petersburg 
Bangs A W, lawyer, Franklin nr 

Lackawanna 
Bank John, drayman, Petersburg 
Barber M E, clerk, bds Wyoming 

House 
Barich John, waiter, Cedar nr Al- 
der 
Barnwell Mark, engineer, Franklin 

nr Linden 
Barrett John, lab. Brook 
Barrett Michael, lab. Brook 
Barrett Owen, lab. Carbon 
Barrett Peter, Carbon 
Barrier John, teamster. River 
Bartholomew Benj. lab. Willow 
Bary David, lab. Pittston nr River 
Bary Wm, Pittston nr River 
Baschnagel Matthias, carpenter. 

Alder nr Cedar 
Bashore D, Penn av nr Lackawanna 
Baur Fred, lab, Willow 
Beck David, market, Penn nr 
Lackawanna, h Adams, nr Spruce 
Becker Frederick, carpenter, alley 
bet Mifflin and Franklin 
i Beesaker Thos, mason, River 
' Begle Jacob, peddler, Washington 
nr Mulberry 
Bein Bernhard, shoemaker, Com- 
mercial alley 
Bender Israel, bds J B Bender 
Bender Jos B, alley bet Penn and 

Franklin 
Benscutter Ann, widow, Petersburg 
Bergen Daniel, bds Israel Ayres 
Berry John F, machinist, Franklin 

nr Vine 
Berry Mary A, widow, alley, bet 

Penn and Wyoming 
Bertels Nelson, cigar maker, bds E 
W Fellows 
I Bescha Wm, miner, Wyoming ab 
Pine 
Biel Peter, grocer, Cedar nr Bridge 
Bishop H R, blacksmith. Hickory 

nr Cedar 
BIXBY LAURA A, milliner, Penn 

nr Lackawanna av 
Bixby Titus M, millwright, Penn 
av nr Lackawanna 



BLAIR M L (H B & B) Wyoming 

House 
Bleken Michael, lab. Lackawanna 

nr Franklin 
Blewitt Edward, civil engineer, 

Carbon 
Blewitt Patrick, foreman, Brook 
Bloom L X, bar-keeper, Forest 

House 
Bloom P, saloon, Lackawanna nr 

Washington 
Bloomer Gilbert, molder, alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
Bloss W F, carpenter, bds A Heller 
Bodeman Fred, physician, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming 
Bohn Bernhard, puddler, Moosic 
Bolen Dennis, lab, Minooka 
Bolen Wm, grocer, Minooka 
Bolton Lewis, blacksmith, Penn av 

nr Mulberry 
Bowlin Anthony, lab. Moosic 
Bowman H, conductor, bds Forest 

House 
Bowman Jno, tracklayer, Minooka 
Bowman John, miner, Petersburg 
Bonn Henry, lab, Stone nr Orchard 
Bossard S F, saloon, Lackawanna 

cor Washington 
Bound David T, dispatcher of 

trains, Spruce nr Penn 
BOYD GEO B, druggist, Lacka- 
wanna cor Washington, h Wash- 
ington av nr Spruce 
Brack Chas, shoemaker, Mineral 
Brainard Daniel B, ass't sup't 

'rolling mill. Mattes 
Brandt Christopher, lab, Alder nr 

Cedar 
Brass Thos, machinist, bds St 

Charles 
Breck Wra. powder, Lackawanna 

nr Penn, bds Wyoming House 
Brendley Benedict, lab. bds F Wei- 

chel 
Brendley Jos, lab, Cedar nr'Hick- 

ory 
Brennan Michl, shoemaker, Moosic 
Bresh Christian, mason, Birch 
Briar Adam, puddler, 12 S Front 
Briar Peter, 41 Division 
Brickley Simon, lab. Cedar nr 

Bridge 



BRT. 



30 



CAT. 



Briorht James, engineer, Cedar nr 
Hickory 

BRIGHT JAS G (B & H) bds Man- 
sion House 

BRIGHT & HENSON, wholesale 
liquors, Franklin av nr Lacka- 
wanna 

BRISBIN JOHN, superintendant 
D L & W R R Penii av cor Spruce 

Bristol S A, clerk, St. Charles 

Broadbent Sidney, machinist, Penn 
nr Linden 

Brock Jas, lab. Brook 

BROCK J W (B & C) Franklin nr 
Linden 

BROCK & CARLING, screen mak- 
ers, nr R R Depot 

Broadhead Garret, blacksmith, bds 
J V Shoemaker 

Bromley Wm, machinist, Spruce 
nr Adams 

Brown Ansel, brakeman, Old Prov 
road 

Brown John, lab. Minooka 

Brown John, teamster. Mattes 

BROWN JOHN H (B & D) Frank- 
lin nr Lackawanna 

Brown Samuel, teamster, Old Prov 
road 

Brown & Connell, gas fitters, Wyo- 
mins av nr Lackawanna 

BROWN (& DRINKER, grocers, 
Penn av nr Spruce 

BRYANT JACOB, mason, Frank- 
lin cor Mulberry 

Bnchan William, root beer. Pine 
Brook 

Buckner Herman, saloon. Commer- 
cial alley 

Burger Ferd, saloon, Lackawanna 
nr Wyoming 

Burgess J C, proprietor Wyoming 
House 

Burke O^ven, lab. Mineral 

Burke Thos, lab. Stone nr Orchard 

Burnish Henry, bricklayer, 3 Stone 

Burns Thos, puddler, 1 Rome 

Burton Edwin, saloon, Lackawanna 
cor Penn, bds Franklin House 

Bush Frank, brakeman, bds H 
Shirer 

Bushnell G W, grocer, Franklin nr 
Linden 



Butterman J, miner, Petersburg 
Butterman P, miner, Petersburg 
Byrne & Dart, lawyers, Lackawan- 
na nr Franklin 
Cafferly Brian, lab. Minooka 
Caffrey Wra, heater, River st flats 
Cain Martin, lab. Minooka 
Caldin Lawrence, miner, Vale 
Call H H, conductor, Monroe nr 

Vine 
Call R C, Mansion House, Franklin 

av 
Call Wm, machinist, 2 S Front 
Callaghan Peter, lab. Mineral 
Campbell Wm, machinist. Washing- 
ton av flats 
Cannon Michael, miner, Minooka 
Carey David, conductor, bds H 

Shirer 
Carling John, saloon, Franklin nr 

Lackawanna, h Penn 
Carling Peter, W^yoming av nr 

Lackawanna 
CARLING WM P (B & C) Wash- 
ington nr Laekawanna 
Carlion Jas, miuer, Minooka 
Carly John, lab. River nr Pittston 
Carman C Q, carmaker, Franklin 

nr Mulberry 
Carney Patrick, lab. River nr Pitts- 
ton 
Carney Peter, lab, Minooka 
Carpenter Almond R, teamster. 

Alder nr Cedar 
Carpenter C C, high constable. Al- 
der nr Cedar 
Carpenter Henry, sawyer. Hickory 

nr Cedar 
Carpenter Knight, sawyer. Hickory 

nr Pittston 
Carpenter Niles. lumber, alley bet 

Mifllin and Franklin 
Carroll John, engineer, alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Case Jane P, milliner, Lackawanna 

nr Wyoming 
Casey L, lab, Stone nr Orchard i 

Casey P, lab, Stone nr Orchard I 

Cassidy Bernard, lab. Mineral ! 

Casterline Mahlon, brakeman, bds 

M Curtis ! 

Castle Patrick, miner, Minooka" j ' 
Caton Matt, lab. Minooka ! 



CAU 



Caup Peter, roller, 24 Division 
Cavnia J, machinist, bds J Nolan 
Chamberlain David, farmer, Dun- 
more road 
Chambers N, printer,- Hyde Park 
Chance John, machinist, Franklin 

nr Vine 
CHASE G B, photographist, Lack- 
awanna cor Wyoming, h alley 
bet Mifflin and Franklin 
CHASE JOSEPH, merchant, Lack- 
awanna cor Wyoming, h Wyom- 
ing av 
CHITTENDEN J M, Mulberry bet 
Penn and Franklin 
■ Chittenden W A, dentist, Lacka- 
wanna, op Wyoming House, h 
Washington ab Mulberry 
Churchfield John, lab, Prospect nr 

Orchard 
Clapp A F, civil engineer, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming, bds Wyom- 
ing House 
Clare Jas, lab. Hemlock 
Clark A R, mail agent, bds Forest 

House 
Clark Caroline D, widow. River 
•■ st flats 

i' CLARK JACOB D, (E W F & C) 
Mifflin av cor Commercial alley 
Clark Jackson, machinist, Pine 
Brook 
Clark P, shoemaker, Orchard nr 
to Pros])ect 

6 Clark Patk, lab. Franklin nrVine 
Clark W N, butcher, Penn nr Vine 
. Clarke Anthony, lab. Mineral 
nrpiarke Anthony, lab. Old Prov id 
"j^Tlarke Jas, lab. Orchard nr Pittston 
gr^ Clary John, lab. Pittston nr Alder 
demons David, carriage maker, 
rr^ Wyoming cor Mulberry 
^ CLIFF ISAAC F, Penn nr Mulberry 
CD Clossius F, porter, Wyoming House 
"* Clump Eustic, painter, Cedar 
r- Coats J, barber, St Charles Hotel, 
^ h alley bet Penn and Franklin 
Ir Coe Norman, brakeman, bds Wm 
^ Bailey 

Coleman Chas L, shoemaker, bds 

B T Parsels 
Coleman David, lab. Orchard nr 
, Prospect 




Cot ^iimir Jbli ifflab. Hemlock 
Coleman John H, grocer, Penn nr 

Linden, h Gibson 
Coleman John H, roller, 6 Dodge 
Collins Bernard, porter, Wyoming 

House 
Collins Edw'd, puddler, 5 Division 
Collins John, lab. Mineral 
Collins Thos, lab. Spruce nr Adams 
Collins Thomas, porter, Adams cor 

Spruce 
Colvin M R, clerk, Mattes 
Comfort Jas, cutter, bds St Charles 
Comstock Sylvester A, Linden nr 

Franklin 
Conboy Ellen, widow. Old Prov rd 
Cone Dorastus, clerk, Mifflin nr 

Lackawanna 
CONE GEO, grocer, Lackawanna 
nr Franklin, h Washington nr 
Vine 
Conklin D H, snpt telegraph D L 

& W R R, Franklin nr Spruce 
Conley Jas, lab. Minooka 
ConleV Peter, lab. Minooka 
Connell Daniel, blacksmith, bds 

John Nellen 
Connell W P (B & C) Spruce cor 

Washington av 
Connery Jas, lab. 9 Stone 
Connoly Jas, lab. Vale 
Connor Jas, lab, Pittston nr River 
Connor Minor, foundryman, Penn 

nr Vine 
Conway Martin, lab. Mineral 
Conway Mary, widow, alley bet 

Penn and|Wyoming 
Conway Thos, lab, Minooka 
Conweil W, machinist. River st flats 
Conyne Peter, clerk, Franklin nr 

Spruce 
Cook Richard, bricklayer. River st 

flats 
COOKE WATTS, master machinist 
D L & W R R, Adams cor Spruce 
COOKE WM. (W C & CO.) Wash- 
ington nr Spruce 
COOKE WM & CO. machinists, nr 

R R Depot 
Coolbaugh Daniel E, wheelwright, 

Spruce nr Washington 
Coon E M, clerk, Wyoming House 
Coon John, lab. Birch ^ 



coo 



3? 



DIG 



Coon John S, lab. River st flats 
Cooper Geo, brakeman, Hickorj^ nr 

Pittston 
Cooper Jas, miner, Minooka 
Coof)er J P, foreman Kirlan & Co. 

Wasljington nr Spruce 
Cor Joseph, builder, Adams nr 

Lackawanna 
Cornish H C (N C «fc CO) Wyoming 

House 
Corricran John, lab. Carbon 
Corwin Geo L, milkman, alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
Cosgrove Edward, puddler. River 

nr Pittston 
Coslett Edward, lab. 8 S Front 
Coslett Isaac, roller, 1 S Front 
Coslett John, miner, 36 Division 
Coslett John T, roller, 1 S Front 
Costello Patrick, Wash'n av flats 
Coursen E G, mining supt. Frank- 
lin nr Mulberry 
Courson .Jacob. Penn nr Mulberry 
COURTNEY J, dry goods, Lacka- 
wanna bet Penn and Wyoming 
Cowan W, lab. Vine nr Penn 
Coyle John, miner, Minooka 
Cox C D, saloon, Wyoming cor 

Comm'l alley, h Hyde Park 
Cramer Wm, machinist, Franklin 

nr Vine 
Crawford J, clerk, bds A G Redway 
CRETER PETER, painter, Penn 

nr Vine 
Crowley Patrick, miner, Pittston 

nr Orchaid 
Cruse .John, lab. River st flats 
Cullerton, Patrick, lab. Minooka 
Cully Robert, machinist, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Culver Sanii, pattern maker, alley 

bet Washington and Wyomitig 
Culver Willard, pattern maker, 

Franklin nr Vine 
Cunniu^ham Jas, lab. 7 Stone 
Curran Patrick, miner, Minooka 
Curtis Moses, engineer, Wyoming 

ab Pine 
Cutler L R, blacksmith, alley bet 

Washinorton and W^'oming 
Dale David L, molder, River 
Daly J, lab. 7 Pearl 
Dangler J G, painter, bds C Ward 



Dann Jas G, lab. Adams nr R R 
Darran .Jacob, boiler maker. Cedar 

nr Birch 
Dart Alfred (B & D) Hyde Park 
Daubenspeck David, carpenter nr 

Kirlan & Co's mill 
Davenport B F, carpenter. Cedar 

nr Bridge 
Davey Wm. lab. Minooka 
David Michael, blacksmith, Old 

Prov rd 
DAVIS A, physician, Lackawanna 
bet Penn and Wyoming, h Frank- 
lin bet Spruce and Linden 
Davis David R, heater, 11 Division 
Davis Edward J, heater, 14 S Front 
Davis Jas, miner, Stone nr River 
Davis John, eng neer, Pine Brook 
Davis John Jr, roller, 5 Dodge 
Davis John A, puddler, 4 Stone 
Davis John F, furnace manager, 

Wyoming nr Lackawanna 
Davis John R, sup't, bds W H 

Perkins 
Davis N F. lab. Hickory nr Pittston 
Davis Noah, miner, Carbon 
Davis Rice, lab. Minooka 
Davis Wm, mason, Wyoming nr 

Lackawanna 
DAVIS & WHEELER, Herald of 
the Union, Lackawanna bet Penn 
and Wyoming 
Davitt P, lab. Prospect nr River 
Davitt, widow. Orchard nr Stone 
Deacon Jas, lab. River st flats 
Deans H A, clerk, Hyde Park 
Dehrman F, widow, Comm'l alley 
Demler Jacob, lab. Willow 
Dempsey Mary, widow, Minooka 
Dennison John, carpenter, bds F 

Weichel 
Depree Chas, carpenter, Pittston 

nr River 
Depree John, carpenter, Willow 
Derby H W. just, of peace, Lacka- 
wanna bet. Wyoming and Wash- 
ington, h Cedar 
Dersam Philip, tailor. Alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
Detample Christian, miner, Stone 

nr Orchard 
Dickinson W C, station agent D L 
& W R R, bds Wm P Carling 



. DIG 



33 



EVA 



DICKSON JOHN A (D & Co) Wy- 
oming nr Vine 
DICKSON THOMAS (D «& Co) 

Washinston cor Vine 
DICKSON & CO, machinists, Penn 

op Vine 
Dodoe Daniel, teamster, "Washing- 
ton av flats 
Dodikin Thos, miner, Petersburg 
Doghan Jas, bds John Doghan 
Doghan J, lab. Prospect nr River 
Dolan John, stone-cutter, River st 

flats 
Dolan Patrick, lab. Minooka 
Dulan Peter, lab. Minooka 
Dulph Daniel, sawyer. Cedar nr 

Hickory 
Dolph Samuel, conductor, bds For- 
est House 
Dolph Wm, brakeman, Hickory nr 

Pittston 
Dolphin Michael, lab. Brook 
Donnels D 0, saloon, Lackawanna 

nr Penn 
Donnely A, shoemaker. Hemlock 
Doran Wra, blacksmith, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Dougherty James, lab. 20 Division 
Dougherty John, lab. River 
Dougherty John, fireman. Mineral 
Douglass H J, clerk, bds Wm P 

Carling 
Douglass Wm (W H D & Co) bds 

John F Weeks 
Douglass Wm H & Co, shoes, Penn 

av nr Spruce 
DOWD CHARLES H (C H & W 
G D) Adams bet Spruce and 
Lackawanna 
Dowd John. lab. Vale 
DOWD WM G, (C H & W G D) 

Mifflin cor Linden 

DOWD C H & W G, hardware, 

Lackawanna bet Washington and 

Adams 

Drack Conrad, lab. Adams nr R R 

Drake Geo, assistant dispatcher, 

bds S A Drake 
Drake Sarah A, widow, alley bet. 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Drehr C, butcher, Cedar nr Alder 
Drew Saml M, blacksmith, Com'l 
alley, h Franklin nr Linden 



DRINKER A C (B & D) bds R 

Drinker 
Drinker C, student, bds R Drinker 
DRINKER RICHARD, convey- 
ancer, Lackawanna bet Penn and 
Wyoming, h Madison 
Driscoll J A clerk, bds St Charles 
Drisler H, blacksmith, Petersbui-g 
Drury Patrick, lab. Minooka 
Drury Peter, lab. Stone nr Orchard 
Duane Patrick, lab. Mineral 
Duckworth Wm, miner, Minooka 
Duffy Jas, lab. River st flats 
Duflj" John, grocer, Washington 

cor River 
Duffy 'John, blacksmith. Petersburg 
Duffy Michael, lab. S Front 
Dunleavy, Anthony 2d, miner, Mi- 

n(»oka 
Durkin Hugh, lab. River nr Pros- 
pect 
Durkin John, lab. River nr Pittston 
Durkin Patrick, lab. Vale. 
Durkin Patrick 2d, puddler, Moosic 
Durkin Wm, saloon, Penn nr Sf^ruce 

h Franklin nr Vine 
Eames Silas, miner, Adams ab 

Vine 
Earhart Fred, lab, Adan>8 nr R R 
Edgar Daniel, watchman, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Edwards Charles, Rev. Hyde Park. 
Edwards David, miner, Minooka 
Eiden Michael, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Eiserman D, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Elting Fred M, turner, Washington 

av flats 
Emerich John Sr., saloon, Pittston 

nr River 
Emerich John Jr, lab. Pittston nr 

River 
Engle Chas 1st, roller, 5 Rome 
Engle Conrad, lab. Minooka 
Engle James, blacksmith, Minooka 
ENGLE, M D, watchmaker, Lack- 
awanna nr Penn, h Washington 
nr River 
Engle Peter, lab. Petersburg 
ERDMAN JOHN E, marble, Penn 

nr Spruce 
Evans Daniel, machinist, Wyoming 

nr Pine 
Evans David, lab. 3 S Front 



EVA 



34 



FEE 



Evans R, painter, Penn nr Linden 
Evans Thomas, tailor, Petersburg 
Faden John, lab. Minooka 
Fager Wm, tinner, bds Mrs Bixby 
Falkenbury Ira, molder, Spruce 

nr Wj^oming 
Faller Henry, tailor, bds S Wer ■ 

theimer 
Farber Jas, carpenter, Petersburg 
Farley Jas, clerk, Comm'l alley 
Faron M, lab. River nr Prospect 
Farrell P, lab, Orchard nr Prospect 
Fasol John, lab. Mineral 
Fasold A, hotel, Penn nr Linden 
Feeney John, lab. Minooka 
Feil Carl, carpenter, alley bet Penn 

and Franklin 
FELLOWS E W (E W F & C) Mif- 
flin cor Commercial alley 
FELLOWS E W & CLARK, tobac- 
conists, Lackawanna cor Penn 
Ferber Aug C, lab. Wyoming nr 

Mulberry 
Ferber Jacob, miner,|Penn nr Lin- 
den 
Ferguson Patrick, lab. Petersburg 
Ferrarty Patrick, lab. Willow 
Ferris Edward, watchman, Pittston 

nr Hickory 
Ferris Patrick, carpenter, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Fetzgar Matthias, lab. Hickory nr 

Cedar 
Filsa Christian, teamster, Penn nr 

Linden 
Fillmore Luther, conductor, Frank- 
lin nr Mulberr}'' 
Finley P B, clerk, bds Wyoming 

House 
Finnigan John, lab. Moosic 
Fisch Matthias, puddler, 11 S Front 
FISCHER E T, barber, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming, h Adams ab 
Linden 
FISHER GEO (F & S) bds St 

Charles 
Fisher Hez, blacksmith, Hickory nr 

Cedar 
Fisher Jacob, miner, bds C Ward 
FISHER T J (F & S) bds St 

Charles 
FISHER & SUTPHIN, dry goods, 
Lackawanna nr Wyoming 



FISHER, SUTPHIN «& CO, grocers, 

Lackawanna nr Wyoming 
Fitzgerald R, late liquors, Frank- 
lin nr Mulberry 
Fitzgibbons Jas, lab. Carbon 
Fitzgibbons John, lab. Orchard nr 

Prospect 
Fitzpatrick D M, saloon, Lacka- 
wanna nr Penn 
Fitzpatrick J, clerk, bds J Welch 
Flaherty Francis (F & D) Penn nr 

Mulberry 
Flaherty W, lab. Penn nr Mulberry 
Flaherty & Durgin, giocers, Penn 

nr Spruce 
Flannery Peter, lab. Minooka 
Flannigan John, lab. Minooka 
Flannigan John, filler, Adams nr 

RR 
Flory Jacob, cigar maker, alley 

rear St Charles 
Flory S, tinner, bds Jacob Flory 
Floucher John lab. 17 S Front 
Flynn Henry, engineer, Washington 

av flats 
Flynn Jas, miner, Petersburg 
Flynn J, saloon, Stone nr Orchard . 
Flynn Mich'l, fireman River st flats 
Flvnn Mich'l, lab. Minooka 
Flvnn Patrick 3d, lab, 16 S Front 
FOREST HOUSE, cor Wyoming 

and Spruce 
Fortner I, machinist, bds St Charles 
Foster Ira S, trackmaster, Frank- 
lin nr Linden 
Fowler Jas W, clerk, bds Wyoming 

House 
Fowles Jno, cutter, bds D Bashore 
Frain Sarah, widow. River st flats 
Frame Wm, brakeman. Brook 
Francis Titus, filler, Adams nr R R 
Francis Wm, lab. Moosic 
Frank Peter, mason, Petersburg 
FRANKLIN HOUSE, Cedar 
Franklin Saloon, Franklin nr Lin- 
den 
Frantz Adam, roller, 19 Division 
Frederick Wm, blacksmith, 23 S 

Front 
Frederick William, lab. Cedar nr 

Bridge 
Free Ferdinand, lab. Mineral 
Freehan Geo, lab. Cedar nr Willow 



FRE 



35 



GOB 



Freeman Geo A, blacksmith, Vine 

ni- Penn 
Freeman John. lab. 7 S Front 
Freis, Charles, lab. 19 Rome 
Freis Fred, miner, Piltston nr 
- Alder 

Freis Jacob, mason, Cedar nr Alder 
Freis John, mason, Pittston nr 

Willow 
Freis Peter, shoemaker, Cedar cor 

Alder 
French Benj, mason, alley bet Penn 

and Franklin 
Fresh Albert, carpenter, Minooka 
Fretch John N, shoemaker, Pittston 

nr Hickory 
Freymuller C R, milliner, Lacka- 
, wanna cor Washington, h Wyo- 
ming nr Spruce 
Friant David, heater, 4 Front 
Friant J F, heater, 3 Front 
Friant, Samuel, heater, 2 Front 
Frick Jacob, harness maker, Cedar 
Frick John. Pine Brook 
Frieckell J, teamster. 22 Division 
Frink Wm, agent for L & B R R, 

Hyde Park 
Fritz A L, clerk, bds D Bashore 
FRITZ, GEORGE W, saddler, Penn 
nr Spruce, h Mulberry nr Mifflin 
Fritz Jacob, lab. Pine Brook 
Frothingham A. Mifflin nr Linden 
Frothingham W, phy.sician, Lacka- 
wanna cor Washington 
Fry Fred, carpenter, Petersburg 
Fulda Samuel, fancy goods, Lack- 
awanna nr Washington 
FULLER CHARLES, insurance 
agent, post-office, h Penn ab 
Spruce 
FULLER E C CL S & E C F) Penn 

ab Spruce 
FULLER GEORGE, grocer, Lacka- 

waima cor Wyomiiis 
Fuller George A, clerk, Lackawan- 
na cor Wyoming 
Fuller H M, brakeman, Lackawan- 
na nr Perm 
Fuller I F, engineer, bds P Carling 
FULLER JAMES S, ass t post- 
master, Wvoming ab Mulberrv 
FULLER JOHN D, express agent, 
post-office, h Penn ab Spruce 



FULLER L S (L S & E C F) Penn 

ab Spruce 
Fuller Wm H, ass't paymaster D L 

& W R R, bds St Charles 
FULLER L S & E C, druggists, 

Lackawanna nr Penn 
Gallagher Charles, lab. 5 Pearl 
Gallagher James, lab. Minooka 
Gallagher Patrick, lab. Pittston nr 

Hickory 
GANGELHOFF G (G & M) Penn 

av nr Spruce 
GANGELHOFF & MORRIS, tai- 
lors, Lackawanna bet Wyoming 
and Washington 
Gannon John, lab. Minooka 
Gannon Timothy, lab. 5 Stone 
Gannon Thomas, heater, 26 Rome 
Gardner Jesper, brakeman, bds 

J N Glover 
Garhart P, miller. River st flats 
Garrarty Thomas, lab. Minooka 
Garrison J, brakeman, bds H Shirer 
Gartner F, mason, Alder nr Cedar 
Geary Lewis, shoemaker, Washing- 
ton av flals 
Geecy Sebastian, lab. Minooka 
Geehan Matthias, justice of peace. 

Prospect cor Orchard 
Geratty Brian, lab. Willow 
Geratty L, lab. Stone nr River 
Getman Geo, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Gibbons Thomas, lab. Minooka 
Gibbons Thos, lab. Stone nr River 
Gibson John, grocer. Prospect nr 

River 
Giebig Philip, lab. Vale 
Gillespie Jas, lab. Adams nr R R 
Gilmartin, widow, Vale 
Gilroy Jas, lab. Prospect nr Hickory 
Gilroy & Co, grocers. Carbon 
Girard John, conductor, Mifflin nr 

Mulberry 
Glancy Patrick, lab. Minooka 
Glenman P T, butcher, Lackawan- 
na nr Washington 
Gloss Francis, lab. River st flats 
Glover John N, car maker, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington 
GODFREY JOSEPH, Forest House, 

Wvoming cor Spruce 
GODSHALL R (K «fc Co) Linden 
nr Franklin 



GOft 



36 



HAR 



Gordon Catharine, widow, Carbon 
Gordon F, miner, Adams nr R R 
Gorhara B W, Rev. Adams nr Lack- 
awanna 
Goss Thomas, carpenter,- Lacka- 
wanna nr Wj^omins: 
Grady John, blacksmith, Mineral 
Grady John, clerk, Franklin ab 

Spruce 
Grady M, clerk, Franklin nr Spruce 
Grady T, grocer, Franklin nr 

Spruce 
Grady Wm, miner, Minooka 
Graham Chas, machinist, alley |^befc 

Franklin and Mifflin 
Gramer J, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Grant Donald, millwright, Wyom- 
ing cor Vine 
GRANT S, Lackawanna av nr 
Penn, h Wyoming cor Mulberry 
Grauss Henry, lab. 1 Pearl 
Gray Robert, conductor, Mifflin'nr 

Linden 
Green Henry, machinist, bds St 

Charles 
Green W, physician, Mifflin nr 

Lackawanna 
Greener Frank, shoemaker, Penn 

nr Vine 
Greenwood — carpenter, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Greenwood T, blacksmith, Wash- 
ington av flats 
Greiser J, carpenter. Alder nr Cedar 
Gresham Wm, grocer, River st flats 
Griffin Aaron, wood agent, D L & 

W R R, Franklin nr Linden 
Griffin A L, clerk, bds Wyoming 

House 
Griffiths Thos, puddler, 2 Dodge 
Giig2 Joseph, miner, Minooka 
Grimes Peter, miner, Minooka 
Grube John, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Gunster Edward, cabinet maker, 

Penn nr Linden 
GUNSTER JOSEPH, furniture, 

Penn nr Linden 
Gunster Peter, cabinet maker, 

Penn nr Linden 
Gurl jMartin, lab. Old Prov rd 
Gurl Wm, lab. Old Prov rd 
Haas Edw'd, pattern maker, Wash- 
ington av flats 



Haas Hieroniraus, tracklayer, Wy- 
oming ab Vine 
Haem Charles, lab. Willow 
Hafner Christian, puddler, Rome 
Hafner P, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Hagan Conrad, teamster, Willow 
HAGERTY P D, contractor over- 
mason, Meylert & Co's bank, 
bds Wyoming House. 
Hahn F, lab. Alder nr Pittston » 
Hahn Henry, lab. Birch { 

Hahn John, lab. Alder nr Cedar t 
Hall P S, engineer, bds H Shirer 
Hallisan R, carpenter, River st flats 
HALSTED N, grocer, Franklin nr 

Lackawanna 
HALSTEAD S A (A & H) Mifflin 

nr Mulberry 
Ham Thos, lab. Pittston nr Alder 
Hammon M, lab. Minooka 
Hample P, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Hancock LeRoy, daguerreotypist, 
Penn cor Lackawanna, h Hvde 
Park * i 

Handley James, lab. Brook ■ 

Hanley James, lab. Prospect nr* 

Hickory 
Hanning Michael, lab. Moosic 
Hansen Martin, lab. Willow 
Hanston Nicholas carpenter, Wyo- 
ming ab Vine 
Hantzlemann C, lab. Mattes 
Happel Fred, porter, bds George 

Kleinschrodt 
Harling Henry, furnaceman, River 

cor Pittston 
Harper Thomas, millwright, Lack- 
awanna nr Jefferson 
Harrington J, roller, 23 Division 
HARRINGTON SAYRES B (J H 

& Son) Wyoming nr Mulberrv 
HARRINGTON JAMES & SON, 

furniture, Wyoming nr Spruce 
HARRIS JOHN, coal operator, 

Franklin nr Spruce 
HARRISON J H (H & Son) bds 

Wyoming House 
Hanison Thomas, lab. Moosic 
HARRISON & SON, clothing, 

Lackawanna nr Wyoming 
Hart H, shoemaker, Penn nr Vine 
Hart N, engineer, bds C Ward 
Hartley A C, Franklin nr Spruce 



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Hartley C. machinist, Pine Brook" 

Hartraann Adam 2d, lab. Orchard 
nr Pittston 

Hartmann Barbara, saloon, Willow 

Hartmann Geo, lab. Pittston cor 
Alder 

Hartmann Geo, filler, Cedar nr Al- 
der 

Hartraann Geo 1st, lab. Alder nr 
Pittston 

Hartmann Geo 2d, carpenter, Al- 
der nr Cedar 

Hartmann Jacob, lab. Alder nr 
Pittston 

Hartman P, lab. Alder nr Pittston 

Hartmann Philip, lab. 33 Division 

Hasselbach Henry, saloon, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington 

HAUGHAWOUT GEO D, lawyer, 
Lackawanna bet Penn and Wyo- 
ming, h Penn ab Spruce 

Hawley G P, lime, nr R R depot, 
h alley bet Mifflin and Franklin 

Hawley, Nathan, tm-ner, Washing- 
ton av flats 

Hayes Henry, carpenter, Peters- 
burg 

Heblich Emanuel, saloon, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming 

Heck Wm, lab. Wyoming ab Vine 

Heffelfenger, Reuben, constable, 
Cedar nr IJirch 

Hefron John, lab. Prospect nr Or- 
chard 

Heisner Chas, lab. Willow 

Heller Alfred, carpenter, Eranklin 
nr Mulberry 

Helm Chas, carpenter. Alder nr 
Pittston 

Helzel J, miner, Penn nr Linden 

Henderson James, puddler. 20 
S Front* 

Henley Henry, rag man, bds Bar- 
bara Hartmann 

Henr.efart Michael, lab. Cedar nr 
Willow 

Henniges Frank, carpenter, bds C 
Art 

HENRY R A, gen'l freight agent 
D L & W R R, Washington cor 
Muiberrv 

HENSON HENRY B (B & H) bds 
Mansion House 



Hessinger Theo, cabinet maker, 

Cedar nr Alder 
Hetrich Philip, foundryman. Birch 
Hetzel T L, car repairer, nr depot 
Hickok M J, Rev. Washington nr 

Lackawanna 
Hicks Jas, market, Lackawanna 

cor Penn, h Commercial alley 
Hill Emory, engineer, Lackawanna 

nr Jefferson 
Hiliner Lewis, engineer, bds Forest 

House 
Hiltz Henry, lab. bds F Semon 
Hines J, lab. Hickory nr Cedar 
Hines Michael, lab. 10 Division 
Hi))pelheimer David, engineer, bds 

F Weichel 
Hirsciiman Jno, miner. Old Piov rd 
Hitchcock F L, student, bds Mrs 

Kingsbury 
Hitchcock Ruth, widow, Vine nr 

Monroe 
Hitrich Caspar, greaser, bds J 

Sctilager 
Hoffman Chas, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Hoffman John 1st, lab. Willow 
Hoffman John 2d, carpenter. Alder 

nr Cedar 
Houan Patrick, miner, Carbon 
Hopkins Patrick, lab. Petersburg 
Hopper Joseph, teamster. Mattes 
Horn Adam L, tax collector, Adams 

nr Spruce 
Horn David, miner, Mineral 
Horn W A, clerk, bds A L Horn 
Houck G W, cari)enter, bds A 

Heller 
Houck Martin, lab. Cedar nr Birch 
Hough John, wagon maker, Vine 

nr Penn 
Houston Geo, lab. Vale 
Hower Cain, carpenter, Penn lu- 

Mulberry 
Howley John, lab. Brook 
Howley Mary, widow, Brook 
Howley Michael, lab. Br(M>k 
Howscomb S, widow, Petersburg 
Hoyle H, gardener, Pelersbin-g 
Hughes E D, baggase master, bds 

Forest House 
Hughes Jas, boiler maker, alley 

bet Mifflin and Franklin 
Hughes Stephen, lab. Mineral 



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Huns Martin, lab. Petersburg 
HUNT A E (H B & B) Franklin nr 

Spruce 
HUNT F G, homoeopathic physi- 
cian, Penn nr Spruce 
HUNT T F (H B & B) Franklin nr 

Spruce 
HUNT BROS & BLAIR, hardware, 

Lackawanna nr Washington 
Hurd A. M, conductor, bds Forest 

House 
Hutchinson M B, contractor, Mat- 
tes 
Huyp Peter, mason. Willow 
Idel Michael; lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Ingles Peter, lab. Petersburg 
JAY BENJAMIN, justice of the 

peace, Lackawanna nr Wyom- 
s. ; ing, h Mitflin nr Mulberry- 
Jay Douglass H, clerk, bds W P 

Carlin 
JENKS W N, general ticket agent 

D L & W R R, Wyoming cor 

Spruce 
Jennings John, lab. Minooka 
JIFKIiNS JAS Jr (J J & Sons) 

Lackawanna cor Adams 
JIFKINS THOS (J J & Sons) Penn 

bet Spruce and Lackawanna 
JIFKiNS JAS & SONS, butchers, 

Lackawanna cor Adams 
Jillard D, restaurant, Lackawanna 

nr Penn 
Johns Geo W, molder, River 
Jones Benjamin, miner, Minooka 
Jones Daniel miner, Mineral 
Jones David, puddler, 39 Division 
Jones D E, engineer, 40 Division 
Jones David P, blacksmith, 6 

Dodge 
Jones D P. book-keeper, Hvde 

Park 
Jones Edward, lab. 18 Division 
Jones Evan, heater, 10 S Front 
Jones Henry W, puddler, 26 Di- 
vision 
Jones Lewis (L & J) Spruce nr 

Penn 
J(»nes Simon, foundry sup't, Penn 

nr Spruce 
Jones Tbeopilus, Rev. 
Jones Thos, miner, Pine Brook 
Jones Thos M, lab. 6 Divi.sion 



Jones W D, lab. Minooka 

Jones W J, student, Spruce nr 

Penn 
Jordan J§,s, lab. Vale 
Josephson Judas (J & Bro) h Hyde 

Park 
Josephson Julius (J & Bro) h Hyde 

Park 
Josephson & Bro, clothing, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington 
Judge John, lab. Minooka 
Judge Michael, lab. Minooka 
Judson Geo, lab. Washington av 

flats 
Jurdon Wm, carpenter, Petersburg 
Kahler E, shoemaker, Cedar nr 

Hickory 
KAHLER P, shoes, Lackawanna 

av op Wyoming House 
Kaiser George, saloon, Wyoming 
cor Lackawanna, h alle}^ bet 
Penn and Franklin 
Kalp J, lab. Cedar nr Willow 
Kalor John, lab. Adaius nr R R 
Kane Bernard, lab. Vale 
Kane Wm, puddler, 10 Rome 
Kapp J F, finisher, bds S B Har- 
rington 
Karns Thomas, lab. Carbon 
Kaucher Chas, shoemaker, Frank- 
lin nr Lackawanna 
Kearney Michael, lab. Prospect nr 

Orchard 
Kearney Thomas, 27 S Front 
Keating Thomas, lab. Vale 
Kedward James, lab. Mineral 
Keefer C, lab. Cedar nr Willow 
Keely James, lab. 9 Pearl 
Keller Jacob, lab. 35 Division 
KELLER L W (K & Co) Franklin 

nr Lackawanna 
KELLER S W (K & Co) Franklin 

op Franklin Saloon 
KELLER (fc CO, saddle and har- 
ness makers, Franklin nr Lacka- 
wanna 
Kelley D, Pros])ect nr Orchard 
Kelly Anthony, lab. Mineral 
Kelly Jas, lab. Minooka 
Kelly Jas, lab. Mineral 
Kelly Patrick D, lab. Mineral 
Kelly Thomas, lab. Minooka 
Kelly — lab. Stone nr Hickory 



i. 



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39 



LAV 



Kemmerer D, tobacconist, Penn 

nr Lackawanna 
Kemmerer Mis E, milliner, Penn 

nr Lackawanna 
Kennar John, puddler, 23 Rome 
Kennar Michael, puddler, 7 Divi- 
sion 
Kennar Wm, blacksmith, 1 Stone 
Kennedy Joseph, miner, Minooka 
Kennedy Wm, lab. Mineral 
KENNER ALEXANDER, livery 

stable. Spruce cor Wyoming 
Ken worthy John, core maker. Old 

road 
Keonon John, heater, 38 Division 
Kerrigan John, lab. Mineral 
Kettle L, puddler, 14 Division 
Kevlin John, lab. Minooka 
Kiersted James 0, mason, Spruce 

nr Franklin 
Kiesel Wm, bookkeeper, bds Geo 

Klinschrodt 
Kimler Fred. lab. Cedar in- Alder 
KINGSBURY EDWARD P, pay- 
master L I & C Co, h near com- 
pany's office 
Kingsbury Mrs Elizabeth, nr L I 

& C Go's office 
KINGSBURY GEO S, (G S & Co) 

bds St Charles 
Kingsley J, farmer, Old Prov rd 
Kintz Henry, hide dealer, Penn nr 

Lackawanna 
Kirlin Jacob W, blacksmith, Adams 

nr Spruce 
KIRLIN & CO, planing mill, nr 

R R depot 
Kiser Wm C, cabinet maker, bds 

S B Harrington 
Klein H, machinist, 5 S Front 
Klein John, lab. Alder nr Pittston 
Klein Philip, carpenter, Willow 
Kleinschrodt George, machinist, 

Pittston nr Oi'chard 
Klolz Lewis, lab. bds F Weichel 
KNAPP ZIBA B, clerk, bds Joseph 

Chase 
Koch A, mason, Alder nr Pittston 
Koch Jacob, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Koch Peter, saloon, nr R R depot 
Koch Philip clerk, bds J & L Koch 
Koch W, blacksmith, Hickory nr 
Pittston 



Koch John & Lewis, saloon, Lack- 
awanna cor Wyoming 
KON ARSON A C, watchmaker, 

Wyoming nr Lackawanna 
Kramer N, clerk, Comra'l alley 
Kreimer Jacob, watchman. Cedar 

nr Alder 
KRESSLER DAVID K, St Charles 

Hotel 
Krilich Fred, stone-cutter, Pittston 

nr River 
Kronebach C, shoemaker. Mattes 
Kuhn P, miner, Pittston in- River 
Kullman Daniel, lab. Cedar nr 

Hickory 
Kuntz J, shoemaker, Pittston nr 

Alder 
Kutchler — Dunmore road 
LADD HORACE, physician, Penn 

av east side nr Spruce 
Lahey Richard, lab. Orchard nr^ 

Stone 
Lamb Reuben, lab. Old Prov rd 
Lamb Richard, lab. Pittston nr 

Hickory 
Lanagan Anthony, lab. River nr 

Prospect 
Lanagan John, lab. Stone nr Or- 
chard 
Lanagan Mary, widow, 27 Division 
Lanagan Patrick, lab. River nr 

Prospect 
Lanagan Patrick, blind. Vale 
Lanagan Thomas, lab. Stone nr 

Orchard 
Langdon Thos, miner, Petersburg 
Laiigsen Geo, miner, Minooka 
Lanning Wm, teamster, Cedar nr 

Birch 
Lathrope & Jones, lawyers, Spruce 

nr Penn 
Laubscher Nicholas, carpenter, bds 

F AVeichel 
Lauer Jonas, clothing, Lackawanna 

nr Wyoming 
Lavelle John, lab. Minooka 
Lavelle Martin, grocer. Prospect nr 

Orchard 
Lavelle Martin, miner Minooka 
Lavelle Michael 1st, lab. Minooka 
Lavelle Michael, lab. Orchard nr 

Prospect 
Lavelle Michael 3d, lab. Willow 



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40 



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Lavelle Timothy, lab. Prospect nr 

Hickory 
Lavelle, widow. Orchard nr Stone 
Lavery Wm, lab. Adams nr R R 
LAWRENCE E A, principal of 

schools, bds Wyoming House 
Lawrence J L, clerk, Minooka 
Leaby Patrick, miner, Pittston nr 

Orchard 
LEAVENWORTH F J ( S & F) 

Wyoming cor Mulberry 
Leddy John, puddler, Moosic 
Lee Edward, shoemaker, Peters- 
burg 
Lee Geo H, shoemaker. Spruce nr 

Wyoming 
Lee L B, clerk, bds Franklin House 
Lee Wm, puddler, 29 Division 
Lees Ralph, machinist, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Lehmen Elizabeth, widow, bds J 

McKinney 
LeHomadieu Jason K, carriage 

trimmer, bds J V Shoemaker 
Lent J E, clerk, bds Geo Cone 
Lentz Amos, Pine 
Lever Wm, miner, Minooka 
LEWIS B F, grocer, Penn nr Lack- 
awanna, bds Lewis Lewis 
Lewis David E, blacksmith, 16 Di- 
vision 
Lewis Lewis, Franklin nr Linden 
Lewis Thos. lab. Pittston nr Alder 
Linn N, lab. Pittston nr River 
Linn Wm, lab. Pittston nr River 
Lisk John, lab. Cedar nr Birch 
Lisk John, blacksmith, River st 

flats 
Lisk Wm, blacksmith, Washington 

av flats 
Littel L P, variety, Penn nr Lacka- 
wanna 
Little Lewis, tinner, Franklin nr 

Spruce 
Livel Frank, laTJ. bds F Weichel 
Lloyd John, puddler, 34 Division 
Lobeck H F, druggist, Lackawanna 

nr Wyoming 
Lobstone Henry, grocer. Cedar cor 

Hickory 
Locher Fred, butcher, Carbon 
Loder John, saloon, Lackawanna 
nr Wyoming 



Loewert Geo, lab. 19 S Front 
Loftus Jas, butcher. Carbon 
Loftus John 1st, lab. Rome 
Loftus John 2d, lab. 37 Division 
Long P, engineer, Cedar nr Alder 
Losee Daniel, engineer. Orchard nr 

Stone 
Loucks John, Washington av flats 
Love Wm, machinist, bds D Grant 
Lnndy Daniel, tax collector, Moosic 
Luseer Thos, pattern maker, Wash- 
ington av flats 
Lutz Daniel, late liquors, Franklin 

nr Linden 
Lutz Michael 2d, lab. Wyoming nr 

Vine 
Lynch Bridget, widow, Vale 
Lynch David, lab. Washington av 

"^flats 
Lynch Jas, puddler, 25 Rome 
Lynch Patrick, lab. Vale 
Lynch Peter, puddler, 12 Rome 
LYNDE EDWARD^C, bookkeeper, 

Lackawanna nr Adams 
Lyndon Thos J, Rev. Spruce nr 

Franklin 
Lynot John, lab. Willow 
Lyons C M, clerk, bds St Charles 
McAlarny Nicholas, lab. Hemlock 
McAlister Wm, molder, Penn nr 

Vine 
McAnally L, miner, Minooka 
McAnally, Michael, lab. Prospect 

nr Orchard 
McAndrew Edward, lab. River st 

flats 
McAndrew John, lab. Orchard nr 

Pittston 
McAndrew John, stone-cutter, Pe- 
tersburg 
McAndrew John 3d, lab. Moosic 
McAndrew Martin, lab. Mineral 
McAndrew Michael, lab. 8 Stone 
McAndrew Richard, lab. Orchard 

nr Pr()si)ect 
MACARTNEY F A, (M & A.) bds 

Wyoming House 
MACARTNEY & ALLEGER, prin- 
ters, Lackawanna nr Penn 
McBride Bernard, lab. Vale 
McCann Martin, tailor, Carbon 
McCann Terence, miner, Minooka 
McCarty Daniel, lab. Petersburg 



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41 



MAY 



McClain John, lab. nr Cliff Works 
McCormick Pat, lab. Petersburg 
McCormick Peter, lab. Willow 
McCowan Jas, bds Forest House 
McCree John, miner, Minooka 
McCue Micliael, lab. River st flats 
McOulloush John, miner, Minooka 
McDermot Patrick, lab. Minooka 
McDonald John. lab. 9 Division 
McDonald P, blacksmith, Mineral 
McDonald Pat, lab. Moosic 
McDonnell John, lab. Minooka 
McDonough John, Moosic 
McDonough Pat, miner, Minooka 
McDonough — , lab. River nr Pitts- 
ton 
McGann J. lab. River nr Prospect 
McGee John, miner, Minooka 
McGeary Thos, lab, Mineral 
McGee Mrs, widow. Mineral 
McGillcody Dennis, lab.- Vale 
McGlennan John, lab. Orchard nr 

Prospect 
McGovern Michael, Lackawanna 

nr Wyoming 
McGuire Edward, miner, Adams ab 

Vine 
McGuire Patrick, lab. Minooka 
McHale John, lab. Vale 
Mcllwain Dom, miner, Minooka 
McKee Peter, mason, Willow 
McKinnev Carlos, Spruce nr Penn 
McKINNEY JAS, constable, Lack- 
awanna nr Washington 
McKune H, Washington av flats 
McLaughlin Edward, puddler, 4 

Pearl 
McLaughlin Jas, lab. Minooka 
McLaughlin John, miner. Brook 
McMenoray Patrick, lab. Pittston 

nr Hickory 
McMillen G P, carpenter, Wash- 
ington av flats 
McNally John, lab. 25 Division, 
McNally Wm, puddler, Moosic 
McNamara A, lab. Old Prov rd 
McNulty Anna, widow, Washington 

cor River 
McNulty James, lab. Pittston nr 

Willow 
McNulty John, lab. Mineral 
McWilliam John, lab. Lackawanna 
m' R R crossing 



Maguire Thos, carpenter, Moosic 
Mahan D, lab. Prospect nr River 
Maher J, lab. Prospect nr Hickory 
Major David, boiler maker, Wash- 
ington av flats 
Malay Jas, lab. Stone nr Orchard 
Malay Wm, lab. Prospect nr Or- 
chard 
Maloney Edward, miner, Adams 

ab Vine 
Maloney John, lab. Pittston cor 

Hickory 
Malonev Pat'k, porter, St Charles 
MALVEN DAVID R, stoves, Penn 
nr Lackawanna, bds Wyoming 
House 
Manley Anthony, lab. Vale 
Mann Geo, heater, 5 Front 
Manness W W, sup't lumber dep't 
L I & C Co, Jefferson nr Lacka- 
wanna 
Manning J, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Marr C, physician, Lackawanna nr 

Wyoming bds Wyoming House 
Martin James, lab. Mineral 
Martin Jc^hu, lab. bds J Schlager 
MARVINE HENRY L, sup't ma- 
chine shops D L & W R R, 
Lackawanna cor AVashington 
Mason A G, clerk, bds St Charles 
MASON G F (M M & Co) Towanda 
MASON, MEYLERT & CO, bank- 
ers, Wyoming nr Lackawanna 
MASSER GEORGE W, physician, 
Washington av op Presbyterian 
Church 
Masters Elias, carpenter, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Masters Joel, carpenter, Linden nr 

Franklin 
Matchin J H, grocer, Penn nr 

Spruce, h Spruce nr Penn 
Mattes Charles F, sup't blast fur- 
naces, Jefferson av nr Lacka- 
wanna 
MATTHEWS CHARLES P, drug- 
gist, Lackawanna av op Wyo- 
ming House, bds St Charles 
Matthews John, lab. 26 S Front 
May Martin, lab. River nr Prospect 
Maycock James, Washington av 

flats 
Maynard A W, bds Wyoming House 



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42 



MUL 



Mead James, molder, alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
Mear J, lab. Pittston nr Willow 
Meder Joseph, teamster, alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
Mellen Edward, machinist, River 

St flats 
Melvin Darby, heater, Moosic 
Melvin John, Prospect nr River 
Melvin Michael, lab Vale 
Melvin Thos, puddler, Moosic 
Merick M, lab. Stone nr Orchard 
Merideth Thomas, lab. Mineral 
Merker P, miner. Cedar nr Alder 
Merly John, lab. Minooka 
Merly Martin, lab. Minooka 
MERRILL A J, grocer, Franklin 
nr Lackawanna, bds E W Fellows 
Merritt Henrv, machinist, Hickory 
MESSLER C D, billiards, Lacka- 
wanna bet Wyoniins: and Penn 
Metius Charles, blacksmith, Pitts- 
ton nr Orchard 
Melzgar Charles, lab. Minooka 
Meyers Jacob, butcher, Penn cor. 

Lackawanna 
Meyer John, painter, Linden nr 

Franklin 
Meyer Wm, engineer, 6 S Front 
MEYLERT A N (M M & Co) Vine 

bet Washington and Adams 
Meylert Michael, land agent, Wyo- 
ming nr Laokawanna, h Sulli- 
van Co 
Miles D T, clerk, bds St Charles 
Miller Andrew, mason, Pittston nr 

Willow 
Miller Edward, machinist, Linden 

nr Franklin 
MILLER E E, rear St Charles 

Hotel 
Miller Fred 3d, lab. Willow 
Miller Hugh, engineer, Washington 

av flats 
Miller Jacob, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Miller John, miner, River nr Pros- 
pect 
Miller Michael, roller, 28 Division 
Miller R, molder. Spruce nr'Penn 
Miller Valentine, machinist, bds St 

Charles 
Miller Wm H, fireman, bds H 
Shirer , 



Millspaugh John H, molder, Hyde 

Park 
Minton Patrick, miner, Minooka 
Molder John, blacksmith, 3 Rome 
Moon Cyrus, engineer, bds C. Ward 
Mooney S, brakeman, Willow 
Moore John W, clerk, h nr ofl&ce 

L I & C Co 
Moore Patrick 2d, lab. Minooka 
More James, lab, Moosic 
Morgan Henry, engineer, Minooka 
Morgan John E, puddler, 3 Dodge 
MORGAN P C, dentist, Lackawan- 
na av nr Wyoming, h Commer- 
cial alley 
Morgan Richard, puddler, 2 Pearl 
Morgan Wm, machinist, Franklin 

nr Vine 
Morgan Wm, miner. Carbon 
Morgan Wm, miner, Minooka 
Morley John G, filler, Alder nr 

Pittston 
Morris A J, puddler, 21 Division 
MORRIS D (M & P) Linden nr 

Penn 
MORRIS E (G & M) bds St Charles 
Morris James, miner, Minooka 
Morris John, lab, Moosic 
Morris Thomas, filler, Cedar nr 

Hickory 
Morris Wm H, lab. Washington av 

flats 
MORRIS & PARROTT, tailors, 

Wyoming nr Lackawanna 
Morrison John, saloon, Penn cor 

Lackawanna, h Hyde Park 
Moses John, miner, Minooka 
Moses Samuel J, stable superin- 

tendant, Minooka 
Mosier J, lab. Orchard nr Pittston 
Most Henry, carpenter, Petersburg 
Mott Henry, teamster. Mattes 
Mower D, molder, Cedar nr Bridge 
Moxley Byron, carpenter, Wyoming 

nr Mulberry 
Moyer Adam, farmer. Old Prov rd 
Moyer C, barkeeper with B Ofner 
Mucklow John, miner, Minooka 
Mucklow Jos, teamster, Minooka 
Muhrman Martin, Cedar nr Alder 
Muldarigue John, miner, Carbon 
MuUarky James, telegraph opera- 
tor, bds I Ayres 



MUL 



43 



O'DO 



Mullen Anthony, lab. Brook 
Mullen Owen, puddler, 1 Division 
Muller Chas, blacksmith, 20 Rome 
MuUer P, saloon, Pittstoti nr River 
Mulliiis James, butcher, Pittston 

nr Orchard 
Mullin Michael, lab. 31 Division 
Mullin Patrick, laborer, Moosic 
Mulroy John, miner, Miiiooka 
Murphy Dennis, miner, Moosic 
Murphy F, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Murphy James, lab. Stone cor 6i- 

chard 
Murphy Joseph, lab. Petersburg 
Murphy Thos, miner, Hemlock 
Murphy Wm, machinist, bds Jas 

Nolan 
Murray J A, lab. bds J McKinney 
Murray M, lab. Prospect nr River 
Murray Patrick, lab, Pittston nr 

River 
Murray Patrick, miner, Adams ab 

Vine 
Murray W Sackett, carpenter, bds 

E C Lynde 
Mutchmau A, lab. Adams nr R R 
Myers Wm, machinist, alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Nalius John, lab. Hemlock 
Nallen P, grocer, Pittston cor River 
Nape John, furnaceman, Hickory 

nr Cedar 
Nary John, lab. Brook 
Naughton P, lab. River nr Pittston 
Nealon John, lab. Stone nr Orchard 
Nealy J, lab. Orchard nr Prospect 
Nealy Pat, lab. Prospect nr River 
Nebell Bernard, lab. 2 Stone 
NEEDHAM B, mining engineer, 

Penn cor Mulberry 
Nellan John, boiler maker, Frank- 
lin nr Spruce 
Nelson G L. engineer, bds Man- 
sion House 
Nelson Mrs, widow, Birch 
Newell Henrv H. Mifflin nr Linden 
NEWHOUSE I, clothing, Lacka- 
wanna nr Peun, h Commercial 
alley 
Newhouse M, clothing, Penn nr 
Lackawanna, h Commercial alley 
Newman M L, justice of peace, 
Lackawanna nr Franklin 



Newton S S, clerk, bds D Bashore 
Nicholas Christian, puddler, 32 Di- 
vision 
Nicholas 0, machinist, Mineral 
Niles David, carpenter, Pittston nr 

Hickory 
Niles Peter, lab. Pittston nr River 
Niver C S, livery stable, Commer- 
cial allev, h Penn nr Spruce 
Nock Geo F, (N C & Co) bds San- 
ford Grant 
Nock Joseph A, (N C & Co) b.ls 

Sanford Grant 
Nock. Cornish & Co, grocers, Peim 

Tir Lackawanna 
Nolan Jas, maehinist, Wyoming nr 

Vine 
Nolan Thos, lab. Moosic 
Norton N C, bds T J Alleger 
Norton M, news agent, post office 

building 
Notz Rudolph, lab. Orchard nr 

Pros])ect 
Null Matthias, gardener, Pittston 
Nuttle John, blacksmitli, Minooka 
Oakford Richard A, Mulberry nr 

Penn 
OAKS D B, flour, Franklin nr 

Lackawanna, h Hyde Paik 
Obly Lawrence, carpenter, Peters- 
burg 
O'Bovle J, miner. River nr Pittston 
OBoyle Mark, lab. 16 Rome 
O'Bovle Martin, lab. Pittston nr 

Orchard 
O'Boyle Michael, grocer, Washing- 
ton nr River 
O'Boyle Patrick, lab. Prospect nr 

Orchard 
O'Boyle Patriiik, miner, River nr 

Pittston 
0'B(^y]e Winne, widow, Prospect 
O'Brian Daniel, lab. Minooka 
O'Brien Jas, lab. Petersburg 
Brien Patrick, lab. Stone nr Or- 
chard 
Ocliell Geo, heater, 3 Pearl 
Ochs. Chas, shoes, Lackawanna cor 

Washington, h Hyde Park 
O'Donnell Anthony, lab. River st 

flats 
O'Donnell Jas, lab. Brook 
O'Donnell John, teamster. Mineral 



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O'Donnell Luke, lab. River st flats 
O'Donnell M, widow, River st flats 
O'Donnell Thos, lab. River st flats 
OFNER B, saloon, Lackawanna bet 

Penn and Wyoming 
O'Hara Jas, Hemlock 
O'Hara Martin, miner, Petersburor 
Oliver Jane A, dress maker, Lack- 
awanna nr Wyoming 
Olmstead R W, receiving clerk L I 

& C Co, Wyoming nr Spruce 
0' Malay Edward, grocer, Mineral 
O'Malay J, mason, Wash'n av flats 
Opie Benj, carpenter. Pine Brook 
Oram B B, clerk, Minooka 
Oram Thos, sui)t, Minooka 
Oram Thos H, supt, Minooka 
Oram & Co, coal miners, Minooka 
Orchard J, clerk, bds W P Carling 
Osland Emanuel, roller, 13 S Front 
Osland Richard, lab. 13 S Front 
O'Toole Anthony, lab, 2 Division 
Otto Conrad, carpenter, Petersburg 
Owens Jas, lab. Pittston nr Orchard 
Owens John, machinist, alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Parcher Jacob, lab. Vale 
Parnall Joshua, miner. Minooka 
PARROTT THOS, (M & P) Adams 

nr Lackawanna 
PARSELS B T, shoes, Lackawanna 

nr Washington 
Parson Wm J, puddler, 4 Division 
Parton Geo, blacksmith, bds Forest 

House 
Patterson J, miner, Dunraore road 
Pauli F S, hatter, Lackawanna in* 

Wyoming, h Spruce nr Wyoming 
Payne N G, bowlnig saloon, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming, h nr Wash'n 
Pearce Alfred, carpenter, Franklin 

cor Linden 
Pearce Francis, baggage master, 

Franklin nr Spruce 
Pearce John, lab. Adams ab Vine 
Pearce T, puddler, Adams nr Spruce 
Pearce Mrs. widow, Franklin cor 

Linden 
Pearson Wm, machinist, alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Peck Geo, Rev. bds Joseph Cor 
Peckens E R, assistant dispatcher, 

Penn nr Mulberry 



Pelham Geo, filler, Hemlock 

Penman Robert, machinist, Pine 
Brook 

Pepper Geo, puddler, Moosic 

PERKINS WM H, clerk, Wyoming 
nr Mulberry 

Persser Otto, machinist,. Lackawan- 
na nr Jefferson 

Petersen H & A, watches, Lacka- 
wanna nr Penn 

Pfeifer Philip, lab. 18 S Front, 

Phelps Isaac, farmer, bds D Ward 

Philbin Anthony, peddler, Prospect 
nr River 

Philbin Wm, lab. Minooka 

Phillip Jacob, lab. 19 Rome ' 

Phillips, widow, Mineral 

PHINNEY ELISHA, (P & S) bds 
E R Peckens 

Phinney J Hunter, secretary L I & 
C Co. Washington cor Lacka- 
wanna 

Phinney & Hodge, grocers, Penn 
nr Lackawanna 

PHINNEY & SCHOTT, merchants, 
Penn cor Vine 

Pier W H, physician, Lackawanna 
cor Wyoming, li Cedar cor Birch 

PIERSON CHAS T (D & Co) Wash- 
ington av cor Vine 

Pindar Wm, lab. Petersburg 

Piatt Joseph C, real estate agent, 
L I & C Co, Ridge row, cor Jef- 
ferson 

Piatt Wm H, time keeper, Wash- 
ington nr Spruce 

Platchek G, tailor, Hyde Park 

Po'.hamus Abraham, contractor, 
River st flats 

Post Jas E, Mifflin nr Vine 

POSTENS J J (P B) Wyoming ab 
Mulberry 

POSTENS" M B (P B) bds Wyom- 
ing House 

POSTENS BROTHERS, wines and 
liquors, Lackawanna nr Washing- 
ton 

Powell E A, widow, alley bet Penn 
and Franklin 

Powell David, puddler, 30 S Front 

Powell David R, puddler, Moosic 

Powell John, puddler, 30 S Front 

Powell Wm, lab. 80 S Front 



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Pratt Ellen, widow, Cedar nr Alder 
Pratt W H, lawyer, Penn cor Lack- 
awanna 
Price Edward, 4 Dodge 
Priest Hattie, Commercial alley 
Printes J B, molder, bds D Grant 
Quinn Patrick, miner, Minooka 
Quinan Darby, Moosic 
Raber Jacob, lab. River nr Pros- 
pect 
Raeder — , lab. Dunraore rd 
Raffert Chas, ]ab. River st. flats 
Ragan Pat, lab. Hemlock 
Rasan John, miner. Orchard nr 

Stone 
Randall Simon, lab. bds F Pierce 
Randall Jos F, carpenter, Wash- 
ington av flats 
Rankin Silas, teamster, Penn nr 

Franklin 
Rape Jas, lab. Orchard nr Prospect 
Raymond J, Franklin nr Spruce 
Rayner John B, powder mill, 
Spring Brook, h Wyoming nr 
Spruce 
Rechsteiner Jacob, porter, Mattes 
Redway A G, srocer, Lackawanna 

nr Penn, h Washington av flats 
Reese Richard, puddler, 3 Division 
Reider J, watches. Lackawaima nr 
Washington, h Adams nr Lacka- 
wanna 
Reider S, cutter. Cedar nr Bridge 
Rempi Wm, filler. Hemlock 
Renshaw, A W, grocer, Lackawan- 
na nr Penn, h Penn cor Spruce 
Rensheimer Chas, saloon, Penn nr 

Lackawanna 
Repp Fred, engineer, Wyoming cor 

Vine 
Richards Wm D, puddler. 7 Dodge 
Richardson Michael, lab. Minooka 
Riley Thomas, engineer, Alley bet 

Mifiiin and Franklin 
Rimer T, bricklayer, bds J Sbiffer 
Ringler A, blacksmith, Mineral 
Rink John, lab. Pine Brook 
Roach John, miner, Mineral 
Roach Lawrence, furnaceman. Or- 
chard nr Prospect 
Roach Martin, lab. Vale 
Roach Miles, miner, Minooka 
Roach Patrick, lab. Mineral 



Roach Thos, horse dealer, bds For- 
est House 
Roerich Matthias, lab. Willow 
ROESSLER CHAS W, barber, Wy- 
oming House, h Fianklin bet 
Lackawanna and Spruce 
Bobbins Abner, pattern niakei". Old 

Prov rd 
Robelin Frank, lab alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Robelin Matteus, lab. alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Roberts John, engineer, Mineral 
Roberts Tracy, carpenter, bds D 

Bashore 
Robins Caleb, pattern maker. Old 

Prov rd 
ROBINSON JACOB, clerk. Cedar 

nr Alder 
Robinson Martin, bds C Hower 
ROBINSON PHILIP, brewer, Cedar 

nr Alder 
Robinson Robert, carpenter 
Robinson W C, Rev. Penn nr Lack- 
awanna 
Rf^blino Martin, painter, Franklin 

nr Mulberry 
Robling Matthias, brush maker, 

Hemlock cor Vale 
Rogers H C, bookkeeper, bds J 

Raymond 
Rogers Jas, lab. Brook 
Rogers John, lab. Minooka 
Rogers John, lab. Orchard nr Pros- 
pect 
Rorrers Wm E, physician, Mifflin 

cor Linden 
Romaine Nicholas, barber, bds E 

F Fischer 
Rominger L, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Rosaar Geo 2d, lab. Orchard nr 

Prospect 
Rosaar John 1st, puddler, Moosic 
Rosaar Peter, lab. Willow 
Ross C P, clerk, bds B W Gorham 
Ross Fred, lab. Hickory nr Cedar 
Ro-senthal Chas D, Rev. Willow 
Rosenthal Julius, saloon, Penn nr 

Lackawanna 
Rosser Wra, puddler, 12 Division 
Rowan Pat, lab. River nr Pittston 
Ruple Samuel, teamster. Mattes 
Rushmeier J, lab, Pitts'n nr WiUow 



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46 



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Rushmeier — , lab. Pitts'n nr Willow 
Russell C, barkeeper, bds D Jillard 
Ruth Israel, carpenter, bds A Heller 
Ruthven Jas, clerk, Mulberry cor 

Wyominti 
Ruthven R E, clerk, bds J Raymond 
Ryan Cornelius, lab. Moosic 
Ryan Jas, lab. Petersburg 
Ryan Pat, lab. 11 Stone 
Ryai. Philij), lab. Moosic 
SANDERSON GE^, (G S & Co) 

Mulberry cor Washington av 
SANDERSON GEO & CO, bankers, 

Lackawanna op Wvomins House 
SANDERSON & WILLARD. law- 
yers, Lackawanna op Wyoming 

House 
Sargeon Jas, lab. Stone nr Hickory 
Saul Henry, lab. alley bet Fenn 

and Franklin 
Saur Chas, tailor. Cedar nr Hickory 
Saur John, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Saxton Chas G, bookkeeper, Mattes 
Sayres Thompson, machinist, Pine 

Brook 
Scanlan Anthony Sr, lab. Mineral 
Scanlan Anthony Jr, lab. Brook 
Scanlan Anthony 3d, lab. Mineral 
Scanlan Jas, lab. Old Prov rd 
Scanlan John, lab. Brook 
Scanlan Patrick, lab. Carbon 
Scanlan Thos, teamster. Mattes 
Scanlan Thos, lab. Mineral 
Schanck John, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Scharck Jacob, painter. Alder nr 

Cedar 
Scharr Margaret, widow, saloon, 

Penn nr Liiiden 
Schartz John, stone cutter, Adams 

nr Spruce 
Scheal V, saloon, Cedar cor Willow 
Schenck C, lab. Cedar cor Willow 
Scheninger Conrad, barkeeper. with 

Adam Fasold 
Scheuer C, miner Adams ab Vine 
SCHLAGER CHARLES, baker, 

Lackawanna cor Washiiifrton 
Schlager Jacob, saloon, Lackawan- 

nr Washington 
Schlager John, boarders, Penn nr 

Linden 
Schlentz Geo, carpenter, Washing- 

tou nr Mulberry 



Schuldmau W, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Schmidt J, miner, bds J Schlager 
Schoenfeld R, carpenter, Wyoming 

ab Vine 

Schofield Jno, machinist, alley bet i 

Mifflin and and Franklin } 

Scholl Martin, lab. Cedar nr Alder -• 

SCHOTT EC (P & S) Penn cor , 

Mulberry 
Schott Geo S, bookkeeper, Wash- 
ington nr Spruce 
Schioder Fred, brewer, Petersburg 
Schreimer J, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Schi'im|)ser Jos, lab. alley bet Penn 

and Franklin 
Schull Daniel, lab. 21 Rome 
Schull Wm, roller, 5 Rome 
Schwartz P, mason, bds F Semon 
Sch winder F, miner, Minooka 
Schwing Jacob, mason, bds Bar- 
bara Hartmann 
Schwinker Uirich, stone-cutter, 

Pittston cor Willow 
Scott John, lab. Moosic 
Scott Lucius, merchart. No 6, h 

Franklin nr Lackawanna 
Scott V, barber, Lackawanna m- 

Penn, h Franklin ab Vine 
Scotl William, machinist, bds St 

Charles 
Scragg John, machinist. Washing- 
ton av flats 
Scranton Geo W, Lackawanna cor 

Adams 
Scranton Jos H, pres't L I & C Co, 

Ridge row nr Monroe 
Scull Mark, lab. Pine Brook 
Scull W, blacksmith. Pine nr Penn 
Scuth Wm, miner, Minooka 
Sears L K, engineer, bds Forest 

House 
Seary Pat, miner, Minooka 
Seeley Edward, soa{), Franklin nr 
Lackawanna, h alley bet Frank- 
lin and Penn j 
Seely Fred, lab. Petersburg J 
Semon Fred, saloon, River st flats [ 
SercouIombGeo, finisher, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Servani Valentine, lab. 11 Pearl 
Shalloush John, puddlor. Hemlock 
Sharp Joseph, brakemau, bds J N 
Glover 



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47 



SNY 



Shart Jno, saloon, Lackawanna cor 

Adams 
Shay Jno, wheelwriCTbt, 8 Division 
Sheffern — , kb. Adams nr R R 
Sheil Jos, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Shelton Jas, brakeman, Washing- 
ton av flats 
, Sherman W, engineer, bds Wyo- 
ming House 
SHERRERD SAMUEL (S & L) 

Wasbinorton nr Mulberry 
SHERRERD & LEAVENWORTH, 
lawyers, Wyoming av over Mason, 
Meylert & Co 
Shifele Jno, Lackawanna nr Wash- 
ington 
Shiffer Alfred, bricklayer, Franklin 

cor Linden 
Shiffer J, bricklayer, Franklin nr 

Mulberry 
Shilstone F R, pattern maker, Penn 

nr Spruce 
Shipley J R, engineer, Washington 

nr River 
Shire Jacob, sawyer, Cedar nr 

Alder 
Shire John, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Shire John, lab. 24 S Front 
Shire Simon, sawyer, Cedar nr 

Alder 
SHIRER H, hide dealer, Franklin 

nr Spruce 
Shirer J, mason, Cedar nr Willow 
Shiveley Peter, tailor, Penn nr 

Lackawanna 
Shoemaker John, mason, Birch 
SHOEMAKER JOHN V, carriage 
maker, Mulberry nr Petui, h Vine 
bet Penn and Franklin 
Shoemaker Jos, lab. Birch 
Shoemaker Pet, lab. River st flats 
Shopland Samuel, builder, Mifflin 

nr Mulberry 
Sh(Mt John F', lab. Petersburgh 
Short John S, clerk, bds Forest 

House 
Shultz John W, wheelwright, Riv- 
er nr Adams 
Shultz Wm, miner, Petersburg 
Shurdin Charles, segar-maker, bds 

Mansion House 
Sikinger Gottleit, carpenter. Cedar 
nr Birch 



Silsbee David, lab. River st flats 
Simms Wm, boiler-maker, Wash- 
ington av flats 
Singin John, miner. Cedar nr Birch 
Sively Emma, Penn nr Mulberry 
Slawson Misses, dressmakers, Wyo- 
ming cor Mulberry 
Slocum Giles B, engineer. Pine 

Brook 
Slocum James, farmer, bds Wyo- 
ming House 
Slocum Joseph, farmer, Cedar 
Slocum J W, lumber. Cedar 
Slocum Wm, clerk, bds E C Fuller 
Smalbecker Peter, lab. Old Prov rd 
Smething L, lab. 25 S Front 
SMITH A B, soap chandler, Lack- 
awanna nr Adams 
Smith Charles, teamster. Mattes 
Smith Charles, lab. Petersburg 
Smith Garret, miller, Mattes 
SMITH GEORGE H, music teach- 
er, Penn av over Nock, Cornish 
& Co 
Smith I W, clerk, bds G B Boyd 
Smith Jacob, saloon. Cedar nr 

Bridge 
Smith John, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Smith Peter, machinist, bds St 

Charles 
Smith Philip, carpenter, Petersb'g 
Smith Theo, printer, bds W H Per- 
kins 
Smith Wm J, miner^ Pine Brook 
SNOW E F, tinner, bds Forest 

House 
SNYDER GEORGE M, carpenter, 

Wvomins nr Lackawanna 
SNYDER HENRY, miner, Adams 

m- Spruce 
Snyder Henry 2d, miner, Rome 
Snyder Jacob, lab. River st flats 
Snyder Jacob, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Snyder John, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Snyder John, lab. Petersburg 
Snyder John, porter. Cedar 
Snyder John 4th, lab. Stone cor Or- 
chard 
Snyder Peter, vinegar. Cedar cor 

Alder 
Snyder Simon, Mifflin nr Mulberry 
Snyder Susan, widow, Wyoming 
nr Lackawanna 



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48 



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Snyder Wm, clerk, bds Susan 

Snyder 
Sohn Frederick, lab. Alder nr Pitts- 
ton 
Sohns F, cooper, Cedar nr Bridge 
Sollner Christian, drayman, alley 

bet Penn and Franklin 
Spellman Michael, lab. Mineral 
Spencer Emanuel, fireman, bds C 

Ward 
Spencer Francis, fireman, bds C 

Ward 
Spencer Q B, builder, bds Mansion 

House 
SPRAGUE GEORGE R, real estate, 
coal, land, and general commis- 
sion agent, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming, bds Forest House 
Squire R A, physician, Lackawan- 
na, cor Penn, h Mulberry nr Penn 
Stach Anthony, carmaker. Alder 

nr Cedar 
Stahl George, tailor, Hemlock 
Stalheeper Herman, lab. 10 Stone 
Stanton John, lab, Minooka 
Stanton John, miner Minooka 
Stanton Peter, lab. Prospect cor 

River 
Staples Wm A, brakeman, bds H 

Shirer 
ST CHARLES HOTEL, Penn av 
Sterns Chas P, Lackawanna cor 

Adams 
Steele G, miner, Adams and Spruce 
Stein Wm, hotel, Petersburg 
Steiner John (G W & Co) Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming 
Steiuman John, hotel, Franklin nr 

Lackawanna 
Stillwell R, foreman L I & C Co, 

Spruce cor Franklin 
Stillwell Richard, wagon maker, 

Front 
Stitcher Wm, tinner, ^JFranklin ab 

Linden 
Stone R M, clerk, bds F S Pauli 
Stout J, molder. Alder nr Pittston 
Strauch S, lab. Alder nr Cedar 
Strickland T, engineer, 9 S Front 
Stulls Wm, miner, Petersburg 
Sturdevant W H, clerk, bds P Car- 
ling 
Sullivan Dan, shoemaker, Orchard 



Sullivan John, lab. Moosic 

SUTPHIN J H (F & S) Penn cor 
Spruce 

Sutto Edward, clerk, bds S Sutto 

SUTTTO S, clothing, Lackawanna 
nr Washington 

Sutto J & Co, grocers, Lackawanna 
cor Adams 

Swain .John, molder, bds D Grant 

Swick Richard, machinist, alley bet 
Mifilin and Franklin 

Swift J, fireman, bds P Carling 

Taylor John, blacksmith, Washing- 
ton av flats 

Taylor Joseph, boiler maker, Mine- 
ral 

Teirney John, puddler, Washington 
av flats 

Terwilleger Charles W, carpenter, 
Cedar cor Birch 

Tewksbury Warren, butcher, Lack- 
awanna cor Adams 

Thacher J V, conductor, Franklin 
nr Lackawanna 

Thatcher Stephen, conductor, Penn 
nr Lackawanna 

Thatcher Thomas, machinist, bds 
' St Charles 

The Lackawanna Iron and Coal 
Co, head of Lackawanna av 

Thomas Daniel, lab. 7 Dodge 

Thomas J P, collector, Lackawan- 
na nr Wyoming 

Thomas Richard Jr, miner. Pine 
Brook 

Thomas Wm, blacksmith. Pine 
Brook 

Thompson Adam, carpenter, Wash- 
ington av fiats 

Throop B H, physician, Washing- 
ton cor Spruce 

Tighe Owen, miner. Orchard nr 
Prospect 

Tigue Patrick, lab. Minooka 

Tilman Isaac, dyer, Franklin nr 
Linden 

Timblin Patrick 1st, lab. Orcliard 
nr Pittston 

Timblin Patrick 2d, lab. Pittston 
nr Hickory 

Tirnas Jacob, lab. Alder nr Pittston 

Tisdall Luther, machuiist. Cedar nr 
Birch 



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Tobias Henry W, painter, bds J V 
Shoemaker 

Tool Patrick, lab. Minooka 

Tracy Peter, blacksmith, Washing- 
ton av flats 

Travis John L, mason. Cedar cor 
Hickory 

Travis Stephen, pattern maker, bds 
Forest House 

Tricklebank Geo, filler, Adams nr 

TRUESDELL J H, painter, Wyo- 
ming av nr Lackawanna 
Tuthili Jas, teamster, Thompson's 

alley 
Uhl Richard, lab. Pittston 
Utter Christian, Pittston nr Willow 
Vanan F, machinist, bds Mrs Sny- 
der 
Van Nortwick A T, tailor, alley bet 

Mifliin and Franklin 
Van Vechten John, machinist, bds 

Forest House 
Vaughan John, lab, Willow 
Veals Charles W, fireman, bds H 

Shirer 
Vert Alexander, machinist, River 
Wagner John, lab. Minooka 
Wagner Peter, lab. Petersburg 
Wallace Wm, weighmaster. Old 

Prov rd 
Walsh Anthony, switchman, Carbon 
Walsh D, lab. Orchard nr Pittston 
Walsh John, lab. Orchard nr Pros- 
pect 
Walsh John, teamster, Carbon 
Walsh J P, grocer. River st flats 
Walsh Michael, lab. Carbon 
Walsh Michael, miner, Minooka 
Walsh Michael, lab. Vale 
Walsh Michael 3d, lab. Prospect nr 

River 
Walsh Miles, lab. Vale 
Walsh Patrick, miner, Minooka 
Walsh Pat, lab. River nr Prospect 
Walsh Patrick, lab. Prospect nr 

Hickory 
Walsh Peter, lab. River nr Prospect 
Walsh Peter, lab. River st flats 
Walsh P H, grocer, Prospect cor 

Orchard 
Walsh Thos, lab. 6 Rome 
Walsh Thos, shoemaker, Hemlock 



Walsh Thos, grocer. River st flats 
Walsh Thos, stone-cutter, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Walter Felix, painter, Penn nr Vine 
WALTER G H, intelligence office, 

Franklin nr Spruce 
Walter J, carpet weaver, Wyoming 

ab Vine 
Walter Jno, painter. Alder nr Cedar 
Ward Conrad, millwright. Cedar 

cor Hickory 
Ward C F, barkeeper, bds Daniel 

Ward 
Ward C D (G & Co) Carbon cor 

Brook 
Ward Daniel, carpenter, Cedar nr 

Bridge 
Ward Elizabeth, widow, alley bet 

Mifflin and Franklin 
Ward Henry, carpenter. Cedar nr 

Bridge 
Ward John, carpenter. Cedar cor 

Hickory 
Ward Reuben, watchman. Cedar nr 

Hickory 
Ward S, mason, Cedar nr Bridge 
Ward Z M, lawyer, Lackawanna nr 

Wyoming, bds L P Little 
Ward & Bangs, lawyers, Wyoming 

nr Spruce 
Warner B C, clerk, bds D B Oaks 
Warner Geo, teamster, Adams nr 

Lackawanna 
Warner John, produce, Washington 

av flats 
Warren H F, book-keeper, Penn nr 

Mulberry 
WASHBURN A S, coal, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming, h Hyde 
Park 
Washington Jo.siah, molder. Vine 

nr Penn 
Watson Chas, pattern maker, Wash- 
ington av flats 
Watson F W, plumber, h rear C H 

&W GDowd 
Webb Alfred, painter, bds R F Cliff 
Webb Jas R (W H D & Co) bds 

J F Weeks 
Weber Fred, lab. Orchard nr Stone 
Weber Frederick, lab. Cedar ur 

Hickory 
Weeks B, switchman, Comm'l al 



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WEEKS I T (W & M) Franklin nr 

Mulberry 
Weeks J F, grocer, Penn nr Lack- 
awanna, h Spruce nr Penn 
WEEKS I T & MEARS, butchers, 

Penn nr Lackawanna 
Wegler Geo, lab. Cedar nr Hickory 
Wehrung George, lab. Pittston cor 

Orchard 
WEICHEL FREDERICK, Frank- 
lin House, Cedar nr Alder 
Weichler Philip, lab. Pittston nr 

Hickory 
Weingarten A, miner, Petersburg 
Weinschenck Anthony, molder, Ce- 
dar nr Bridge 
Wellner Julius, painter, Hemlock 
Wengle J, lab. Alder nr Pittston 
Wenkler Henry, carpenter. Willow 
Wernich Elizabeth, widow, Cedar 

nr Alder 
Wert Geo, lab. Pittston nr Hickory 
Werth Christian, heater, 15 S Front 
Wertheimer John, plumber, bds F 

Weichel 
Wertheimer Samuel, clerk. Com- 
mercial alley 
Wertheimer Sig, clothing, Lacka- 
wanna nr Wyoming 
WESCOTT ROBERT, M D, coal 
operator, Lackawanna nr Penn. 
h Mulberry nr Penn 
West Charles, lab. 3 Rome 
West D, clerk, Franklin nr Spruce 
Whalen Pat, puddler, 6 Stone 
WHEELER S M, M D (D & W) 

Hvde Park 
Whelan Patrick, lab. 12 Pearl 
Whitbeck Giles, carpenter, Cedar 

cor Birch 
Whitcomb Romaine, clerk, bds J 

Harrington 
WHITMORE GEORGE L, mer- 
chant, Penn nr Lackawanna, bds 
Wyoming House 
Whittaker Sarah, widow, alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
WHITTY MOSES T, REV. Spruce 

nr Franklin 
Wiggins Samuel, bricklayer, Lack- 
awanna cor Adams 
WILBUR HENRY (W & Co) Prov- 
idence 



WILBUR & CO, merchants, Penn 

nr Vine » 

Wildoner Jacob, fireman, Hickory J 

nr Cedar 
Wilich — lab. 10 Pearl 
WILLARD EDWARD N (S & W) 

bds Wyoming House 
Williams A, puddler, 4 S Front ' t 
Williams Benj, puddler, 2 Stone 
WilUams David, puddler, alley bet 

Penn and Franklin 
Williams David T, lab. 3 Dodge 
Williams Evan, miner, 21 S Front 
Williams George, pattern maker, 

Franklin nr Spruce 
Williams H D, lab. 13 Pearl 
Williams Jer, roller, 14 Pearl 
Williams John R, roller, Hickory 

cor Cedar 
Williams Joshua, mining superin- 

tendant, Minooka 
Williams R, heater, 8 Pearl 
Williams Samuel, heater, 12 Stone 
Williams Wm, miner, Minooka 
Williams Wm H, miner, Adams nr 

Vine 
Wilmore Wm, lab. Old Prov rd 
Wilson Geo H, conductor, Adams 

cor Spruce 
Wilson Joseph, clerk, Lackawanna 

nr Washington 
Wilson F, printer, bds A Davis 
Wilson Wm L, clerk, bds Wyoming 

House 
Winterstein Geo & Co, barbers, 

Lackawanna nr Wyoming 
Wise Cyrenus, carpenter, Wyoming 

ab Mulberry 
Woelsifer Henry, lab. 22 S Front 
Wonigan H, carpenter, Mechanic 
Wood S B, livery stable, alley bet 

Penn and Wyoming, h Commer- 
cial alley 
Woods, Samuel H, engineer, Miflfiin 

nr Mulberry 
Woodruff John, Franklin nr Mul- 
berry 
Woolsey Jas, carpenter. Old Provrd 
Woolsey Jas, coal agent, Washing- 
ton av flats 
Wurts, Jacob, lab. Birch 
WYCKOFF JW, paymaster D L 

& W R R, Mulberry nr Wyoming 



WYO 

WYOMING HOUSE, Lackawanna 
York Israel C, engineer, bds Wyo- 
ming House 
Young Lewis, watchman, Adams 

ab Vine 
Young Matthias, lab. 24 Rome 
Young Philip, lab. Pine 
Young Wra, miner, Petersburg 
Youngblood Peter, lab. Petersburg 



51 ZOE 

ZeidlerJohn C, baker, Lackawanna 

nr Franklin 
Zeigler Wm, lab. Cedar nr Alder 
Zimmerman Peter, miner, Wyo- 
ming ab Vine 
Zink Albert, fireman, bds C Ward 
ZOEHE H, bookbinder. Penn cor 
'i Lackawanna, h Pine Brook 



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SCKANTON, PA. 



J. C. BURGESS, 



Proprietor. 



Union Hall Building, SCRANTON. 



Having fitted up his New Saloon, is now prepared to furnish 
the public with all kinds of I 

CHOICE GAME AND EATABLES AT ALL HOURS. 



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DICKSON & CO. 

SGRANTON FOUNDRY 

And Machine Works, 
PENN AVENUE, SCRANTON, PA. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

ENGINES, BOILERS & MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

CASTINGS of all kinds, in Iron and Brass. 

Heavy Forgings of every kind, furnished upon short notice. 

Also, Manufacturers of Stoves, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, 

DEALERS IN 

HARDWARE, IRON & STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES, &c. 

Also, a full and complete assortment of 

RAILROAD SUPPLIES of every description. 

GAS PIPES and GAS FITTINGS, STEAM and WATER 

FITTINGS, and Engine Furnishings generally. 

Leather and Rubber Belting and Bands, Hose, &c. 

Particular attention paid to the construction of MINING MACHINERY. 

JC^" Drawings, Plans and Specifications for New Works 
furnished at short notice. 



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QUACKENBUSH & CO. 
52 Dey St., New York, 

manufactururs and jobbers of 

Boots&Shoes 

Have constantly on hand 

MINERS' BROOANS, Men's, Boys', Youths' and Children's 
CALF, KIP and STOGA BOOTS, 

CALF, KIP AND PATENT LEATHER CONGRESS 
GAITERS. Also, BROGANS in every variety. 

Women's, Misses' and Children's CALF, KIP, GOAT and 

ENAMELED LACE BOOTS, Sewed, 

Pegged and Copper Nailed. 

Ladies', Misses' and Children's CONGRESS and SIDE LACE 
GAITERS, in every style. 



N. B— We are also owners of the PATENT RIGHT IN 
LUZERNE COUNTY for the Celebrated 

Copper-Toed Boots and Shoes, 

And caution all dealers against vending those goods, unless 
holding our certificate as agents, as all who infringe upon our 
rights will be held responsible. 

QUACKENBUSH & CO. 



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J. B. ADAMS, 

Legalized Auctioneer 

—FOB— 

SClRANl:ON, HYDE PARK, PROVIDENCE, 

DUNMORE AND TOWNSHIP. 

Office, under **Herald of the Union," Scranton, Pa. 



J8®=" All descriptions of Goods sold on Commission. A large and convenient 
Auction Room in Scranton, open for Consignments. 



-p„„„„„ ^^ ( B. K. SHARRETTS, Proprietor Dey Street House, New Yorl 
KEFEBS TO < pEXTENGILL & CO., No. 119 Nassau Street. 



McNAB, CARR & HARLIN 

** MANUFACTURERS OF '— * 

CO 




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n STEAM AJ^i? GAS COCKS, 

OIL CUPS, .WHISTLB,3; HEATERS,, ^.c 
No. 1§ John Street, Hew York. 



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GANaELHOFF & MORRIS, 

LACKAWANNA AVENUE, 

Near Wyoming House, Scranton, Pa. 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings and Trimmings of all kinds alwa^ys on hand, and 
made np to order in the latest styles, and warranted to give satisfaction. 

A liberal share of patronage solicited. 




BEHSTJ^MI^ JA.Y, 



OFFICE IN GARDNER & SEAITIAN'S BUILDINO, 
(OVER FISHER'S STORE,) 

Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

COLLECTIONS AND OTHER LEGAL BUSINESS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

PHILIP ROBINSON, 

Mill im iiiwii. 

Cedar Street, 
JAMES JIFKINS & SONS' 

iiif iiiiif , 

Corner of Lackawanna and Adams Avenue, 

S C I^ A. 3Sr T O IsT, F E 3sr 3sr_ 

A general assortment of all kinds of Meat constantly on hand. 

Customers supplied at their doors regularly every day. 



BUSmESS DmECTOHY. 



Agents— Insurance. 

FULLER CHARLES, post-office 
See advertisement on page 7 

MASSER GEORGE W, Washing- 
ton av op Presbyterian church 
See advertisement on page 20 

SHERRERD S, Wyoming av nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisement 
on page 8 

Agent— Real Estate. 

SPRAGUE GEORGE R, real estate, 
coal land, and general commis- 
sion agent, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming 

Architect. 

AMSDEN JOEL, Lackawanna cor 
Washington. See advertisement 
on page 24 

Attorneys at Law. 

Alexander J M, Vine nr Pena 

Byrne & Dart, Lackawanna nr 
Franklin 

HAUGHAWOUT GEO D, Lacka- 
wanna av. See advertisement 
on page 17 

Lathrope & Jones, Spruce nr Wyo- 
ming 

Pratt W H. Penn cor Lackawanna 

SANDERSON & WILLARD, Lack- 
awanna av op Wyoming House, 
See advertisement on page 6 

SHERRERD & LEAVENWORTH, 
Wyoming av. over Mason, Mey- 
lert & Co. See advertisement 
on page 18 

Ward & Bangs, Wyoming nr Spruce 



Auctioneer. 

ADAMS J B, Lackawanna nr Wy- 
oming. See advertisement on 
Z page 54 

Bakers. 

SCHLAGER CHARLES, Lacka- 
wanna cor Washington 
Zeidler J, Lackawanna nr Franklin 

Bankers. 

MASON, MEYLERT «& CO, Wyo- 
ming av nr Lackawanna. See 
advertisement on page 13 

SANDERSON GEORGE & CO, 
Lackawanna av op Wyoming 
House. See advertisement on 
page 6 

Barbers. 

Coats J, St Charles Hotel 

FISCHER E T, Lackawanna nr 
Wyoming 

ROESSLER CHARLES W, Wyo- 
ming House. See advertisement 
on page 18 

Scott V. Lackawanna nr Penn 

Winterstein G & Co, Lackawanna 
nr Wyoming 

Billiards. 

MESSLER C D, Lackawanna av. 
See advertisement on page 16 

Blacksmiths. 

Drew S M, Commercial alley 
Grady John, Mineral 



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Booksellers. 

AMSDEN J, Lackawanna cor Wash- 
ington, See advertisement on 
paoe 14 

WALTER G H, Franklin nr Spruce 
See advertisement on page 21 

Book Binder. 

ZOEHE H, Penn cor Lackawanna. 
See advertisement on page 23 

Boots and Shoes. 

ARNOLD & HALSTEAD, Penn nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisem't 
on page 22 

Aull J, Wyoming nr Lackawanna 

Douglass Wm H & Co, Penn nr 
Spruce. 

KAHLER P, Lacka-Jvanna op Wy- 
oming House. See advertisem't 
on page 4 

Ochs Chas, Lackawanna cor Wash- 
ington 

PARSELS B T, Lackawanna nr 
Washington. See advertisement 
on page 23 

Brewers. 

Buchan Wm (root beer) Pine Br'k 
ROBINSON Philip, Cedar nr Alder 

See advertisement on page 55 
Schroder Fred, Petersburg 

Brush Maker. 

Robling M, Hemlock cor Vale 

Builders. 

Cor Joseph, Adams nr Lackawanna 
Heller A, Franklin nr Mulberry 
KIERSTED & BRYANT, Spruce 

nr Franklin 
KIRLIN & CO, near R R depot 
Shopland S. Mifflin nr Mulberry 
Spencer Geo B, Mansion House 
Ward H & J, Cedar 
>Vise C, Wyoming ab Mulberry 



Butchers. 

Drehr C, Cedar nr Alder 

JIFFKINS J & SONS, Lackawan- 
na cor Adams. See advertise- 
ment on page 55 

Locher Fred, Carbon 

Mevers J, Penn nr Lackawanna 

WEEKS I T &MEARS, Perm nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisement 
on page 24 

Clothing. 

HARRISON & SON, Lackawanna 
nr Wyoming 

Josephson J & Bro, Lackawanna 
nr Washington 

Lauer Jonas, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming 

NEWHOUSE ISAAC, Lackawanna 
av nr Penn. See advertisement 
on page 22 

Newhouse M, Penn nr Lackawanna 

SUTTO S, Lackawanna av op Wyo- 
ming Hall. See advertisement 
on ])age 23 

WERTHEIMER S, dealer in ready 
made clothing and gent's fur- 
nishing goods, Lackawanna bet 
Wyoming and Penn avs 

Coal Dealer and Miner. 

(See also Appendix, page 69.) 

WASHBURN A S, Lackawanna nr 
Wyoming. See advertisement on 
page 18 

Conveyancer. 

DRINKER RICHARD, Lackawan- 
na nr Penn 

Daguerreotypists. 

CHASE'S GALLERY, ambrotypes, 
ambrographs, melainotypes. pho- 
tographs, plain and colored, and 
all other sun pictures made in 
superior style." Rooms cor Lack- 
awanna and Wyoming av nr the 
Wyoming House 

Hancock Le Roy, Penn cor Lacka- 
wanna 



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Dentists. 

Chittenden W A, Lackawanna nr 

Wyomins 
MORGAN P C, Lackawanna nr 

Wj'oming 

Drugs. 

BOYD GEO B, Lackawanm cor 
Washington. See advertisement 
on page 24 

FULLER L S «fc E C, "Post Office." 
See advertisement on pa^e 7 

Lobeck H F, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming 

MATTHEWS CHAS P, Lakawanna 
op Wyoming House 

Dry Goods, &c. 

CHASE J, Lackawanna cor Wyo- 
ming 

COURTNEY J, dry goods and 
shoes, Lackawanna nr Wyoming 
See advertisement on pa^e 5 

FISHER & SUTPHIN, Lackaw'na 
nr Wyoming, Lackawanna Iron 
and Coal Co 

Oram &^Co, Minooka 

PHINNEY & SCHOTT, Penn cor 
Vine 

Scott Lucius, "No. 6" 

VV^HITMORE GEORGE L, Penn nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisement 
on page 19 

WILBUR & Co, Penn nr Vine 

Dyer. 

Tilman Isaac, Franklin nr Linden 

Engine Builders. 

CLIFF WORKS,WM COOKE & CO 
near R R depot. See advertise- 
ment on page 9 

DICKSON & CO, Penn av op Vine 
See advertisement on page 52 

Engineers— Civil. 

AMSDEN FRANK P, Washington 
cor Lackawanna 



AMSDEN JOEL, Lackawanna cor 
Washington. See advertisement, 
on page 24 

Blewitt Edward, Carbon 

E ngineers— Mining. 

Clapp A F, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming 

NEEDHAM B, Penn av cor Mul- 
berry 

Express Companies. 

Hope, John D Fuller, post-office 
Howard, John D Fuller, post-office 

Elour, Grain and Feed. 

CONE GEORGE, Lackawanna nr 
Franklin. See advertisement on 
page 15 

OAKS D B, Franklin nr Lacka- 
wanna. See advertisement on 
page 13 

Furniture Dealers. 

GUNSTER J H, Penn nr Linden. 
See advertisement on page 22 

HARRINGTON JAMES & SON, 
Wyoming nr Spruce. See ad- 
vertisement on page 12 

Gas Fitters and Plumbers. 

Brown & Connell, Wyoming nr 
Lackawanna 

DOWD C H & W G, Lackawanna 
nr Washington. See advertise- 
ment on page 10 

Grocers. 

Ackerraan D, Penn nr Mulberry 
Biel Peter, Cedar nr Bridge 
Bolen Wm, Minooka 
BROWN & DRINKER, Penn nr 

Spruce 
Bushnell G W, Franklin nr Linden 
Coleman J H, Penn lu- Linden 
CONE GEORGE, Lackawanna nr 

Franklin. See advertisement on 

pase 15 
DuflFy John, Washington cor River 



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FISHER, SUTPHIN & CO, Lack- 

awana nr Wyoming 
Flaherty & Dursin, Penn nr Spruce 
FULLER GEORGE, Lackawanna 

cor Wyoming 
Gibson John, Prospect nr River 
Gih'oy & Co, Carbon 
Greshom Wm, River st flats 
Grady T, Franklin nr Spruce 
Halsted N, Fr'klin nr Lackawanna 
Harris John, Penn nr Spruce 
Lavelle M, Prospect nr Orchard 
LEWIS B F, Penn nr Lackawanna 
LITTEL L P, Penn nr Lackawanna 
Lobstone Henry, Cedar cor Hickory 
Matchin J H, Penn nr Spruce 
MERRILL A J, Franklin nr Lack- 
awanna. See advertisement on 
page 21 
Nellon Peter, Pittston cor River 
Nock, Cornish & Co, Penn nr Lack- 
awanna 
O'Boyle M, Washington nr River 
Phinney & Hodge, Penn nr Lacka- 
wanna 
Redway A G, Lackawanna nr Penn 
Renshaw A W, Lackawanna nr 

Penn 
Sutto J & Co, Lackawanna cor 

Adams 
Weeks J F, Penn nr Lackawanna 
Walsh J ?, River st flats 
Walsh Thomas, River st flats 
Walsh P H, Prospect cor Orchard 

Hardware. 

DICKSON & CO, Penn op Vine. 
See advertisement on page 52 

DOWD C H (So W G, Lackawanna 
nr W^ashington. See advertise- 
ment on page 10 

HUNT BROS & BLAIR, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington.* See ad- 
vertisement on pages 2 and 3 

MALVEN & CONNELL, Penn nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisement 
on page 62 

Hats, Caps, &c. 

Pauli F S, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming . 



Hide Dealers. 

Kintz Henry, Penn nr Lackawanna 

SHIRER H, Franklin nr Spruce. 

See advertisement on page 17 

Hotels. 

Depot Hotel, Franklin nr Lack'na 

Eagle Hotel, Penn nr Linden 

FOREST HOUSE, Wyoming cor 
Spruce. See advertisement on 
page 25 

FRANKLIN HOUSE, Cedar nr 
Alder 

Mansion House, Franklin nr Wash- 
ington 

ST CHARLES HOTEL, Penn cor 
Spruce. See advertisement on 
page 17 

Stein Wm, Petersburg 

WYOMING house; Lackawanna 
cor Wyoming av. See adver- 
tisement on page 51 

Iron Railing. 

BROCK & CARLING, nr the R R 
depot. See advertisement on 
page 16 

Justices of the Peace. 

Derby H W, Lackawanna nr Wash- 
ington 

Geehan Matthias, Prospect cor Or- 
chard 

JAY BENJ, Lackawanna av. See 
advertisement on page 55 

Newman M L, Lackawanna nr 
Franklin 



Leather. 

ARNOLD & HALSTEAD, Penn nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisement 
on page 22 

HUNT BROS & BLAIR, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington. See ad- 
vertisement on pages 2 and 3 

Lime. 
Hawley G P, nr R R depot 



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Livery Stables. 

KENNER A, Spruce cor Wyoming. 

See advertisement on page 15 
Niver C B, Commercial alley 
Wood S B, alley bet Penn and 

Wyoming 

Machinists. 

CLIFF WORKS, WM COOKE & Co 
ur R R depot. See advertise- 
ment on page 9 

DICKSON & CO, Penn op Vine. 
See advertisement on page 52 

Markets. 

Beck David, Penn nr Lackawanna 
Hicks Jas, Lackawanna cor Penn 

Merchant Tailors. 

GANGELHOFF & MORRIS, Lack- 
awanna nr Wyoming. See ad- 
vertisement on page 55 

HARRISON & SON, Lackawanna 
nr Wyoming 

MORRIS & PARROTT, Wyoming 

^ nr Lackawanna. See advertise- 
ment on page 21 

NEWHOUSE ISAAC, Lackawanna 
nr Penn. See advertisement on 
page 23 

Shiveley P, Penn nr Lackawanna 

Milliners, 

BIXBY LAURA A, Penn nr Lack- 
awanna 

Case Jane P, Lackawanna nr Wyo- 
ming 

Freymnller C R, Lackawanna cor 
Washington 

Kemraerer Mrs, Penn nr Lacka- 
wanna 

Music Teacher. 

SMITH GEORGE H, Penn nr Lack- 
awanna. See advertisement on 
page 20 

Newspapers. 

HERALD OF THE UNION, Lack- 
awanna nr Wyoming. See ad- 
vertisement on page 25 



SCRANTON REPUBLICAN,Lack- 

awanna nr Penn. See adver- 
tisement on page 26 

Notaries. 

LEAVENWORTH F J, over Ma- 
son, Meylert & Co 

WILLARD EDWARD N, over Geo 
Sanderson & Co 

Painters. 

CRETER P, Penn nr Vine. See 
adveitisement on page 17 

TRUESDELL J H, Wyoming nr 
Lackawanna. See advertisem't 
on page 19 

Physicians. 

Bodeman Fred, Lackawanna nr 

Wyoming 
DAVIS A, Franklin bet Spruce and 

Linden 
FROTHINGHAM W, Washington 

cor Lackawanna 
Green W, Mifflin nr Lackawanna 
HUNT. F G (Homoeopathic) Penn 

nr Spruce 
LADD HORACE, Penn nr Spruce 
Marr Charles, Wyoming House 
MASSER G W, Washington op the 

Presbyterian church 
Pier W H, Lackawanna cor Wyo- 
ming 
Rogers W E, Mifflin cor Linden 
Squire R A, Penn cor Lackawanna 
WESCOTT ROBERT, Mulberry nr 

Penn 

Plumbers. 

Brown & Connell, Wyoming nr 
Lackawanna 

DOWD C H & W G, Lackawanna 
nr Washington. See advertise- 
ment oil page 10 

Powder. 

Breck Wm, Lackawanna nr Penn 
DOWD C H & W G, Lackawanna 
nr Washington, See advertise- 
ment on page 10 
Rayner John B, Spring Brook 



PRI 



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Printers, 

DAVIS & WHEELER, Lackawan- 
na nr Wyoming. See advertise- 
ment on page 25 

MACARTNEY & ALLEGER, Lack- 
awanna nr Penn. See advertise- 
ment on page 26 

Pumps. 

HUNT BROS & BLAIR, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington, See ad- 
vertisement on pages 2 and 3 

Real Estate. 

Lathrope & Jones, Spruce nr Wyo- 
ming 

ME YLERT A N, Wyoming nr Lack- 
awanna 

Meylert M, Wyoming nr Lacka- 
wanna 

SANDERSON GEO, Lack'na av 

Restaurants. 

Art Chas, Cedar nr Bridge 
Bloom P, Lackawanna nr Washing- 
ton 
Bossard S F, Lackawanna cor 

Washington 
Buckner H, Commercial alley 
Burger F, Lackawanna 
Burton E, Penn cor Lackawanna 
Carling John, Franklin nr Lacka- 
wanna 
Cox C D, Wyoming nr Lackawanna 
Durkin Wm, Penn nr Spruce 
Emerich John, Plttston nr River 
Fitzpalrick D M, Lackawanna nr 

Penn 
Flynn J, Stone nr Orchard 
Hartman Barbara, Willow 
Hasselbach Henry, Lackawanna nr 

Washington 
Heblich E, Lackawanna 
Jillard D, Lackawanna nr Penn 
Kaiser Geo, Wyoming cor Lacka- 
wanna 
Koch J & L, Lackawanna 
Koch Peter, nr R R depot 
Loder John, Lackawanna 
McQovern M, Lackawanna 



Morrison John, Penn cor Lacka- 
awanna 

Muller P, Pittston nr River 

O'Donnell D, Lackawanna 

OFNER B, Hungarian Saloon, 
Lackawanna avenue, Union Hall 
Building, See advertisement on 
page 51 

Rensheimer Chas, Penn nr Lacka- 
wanna 

Rosenthal J, Penn nr Lackawanna 

Scheal V, Cedar cor Willow 

Schlager Jacob, Lackawanna cor 
Washington 

Semon Fred, River st flats 

Shart Jno, Adams cor Lackawanna 

Smith Jacob, Cedar nr Bridge 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 

FRITZ G W, Penn nr Spruce 
KELLER & CO, Franklin nr Lack- 
awanna. See advertisement on 
page 20 

Sash and Blind Makers. 

KIRLIN & CO, nr R R depot 

Scales- 

HUNT BROS & BLAIR, Lacka- 
wanna nr Washington. See ad- 
vertisement on pages 2 and 3 

Screen Makers. 

BROCK & CARLING, nr R R depot 
See advertisement on page 16 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Seeley Edward, Franklin nr Lack- 
awanna 

SMITH A B, Lackawanna nr 
Adams. See advertisement on 
page 20 

Stoves. 

DICKSON & CO, Peim op Vine 
See advertisement on page 52 

DOWD C H & W G, Lackawanna 
nr Washington. See advertise- 
ment on page 10 



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WIN 



MALVEN & CONNELL, Penn nr 
Lackawanna. See ^advertisem't 
below 



Tin Ware. 

DICKSON & CO, Penn op Vine 
See advertisement on page 52 

DOWD C H & W G, Lackawanna 
nr Washington. See advertise- 
ment on page 10 

MALVEN & CONNELL, Penn nr 

Lackawanna. See advertisement 
below 



Tobacconists. 

FELLOWS E W & Clark, Lacka- 
wanna cor Penn. See advertise- 
ment on page 22 

Kemmerer D, Penn nr Lackaw'na 



Vinegar. 

Snyder Peter, Cedar cor Alder 



Wagon and Carriage Maker. 

SHOEMAKER J V, Mulberry nr 
Penn. See advertisement on 
page 19 

Watchmakers. 



Lackawanna cor 
advertisement on 



ENGLE M D, 

Penn. See 
page 25 

KON ARSON A C, Wyoming nr 
Lackawanna 

Petersen H & A, Lackawanna nr 
Penn 

Reider John, Lackawanna nr Wash- 
ington 

Wines andXiqnors. 

Anglenn John, Penn nr Lackawa'a 
BRIGHT & HENSON, Franklin 
nr Lackawanna. See advertise- 
ment on page 21 
POSTENS BROTHERS, Lacka- 
wanna bet Washington and Wyo- 
ming. See advertisement on 
page 18 




MALVEN & CONNELL, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

Sheet Iron and Light Hardware, &c, 

4®- GAS FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.-©* 

Gas Fixtiu-es, Pendants, Brackets, Lead and Iron Pipe, Bath Tubs, Boilers 
Marble Slabs, for hot and cold water, constantly on hand. 

NIVER'S BLOCK, PENN AVENUE. 



_A.PP»EI^DIX. 



Officers of the Corporation of Scranton Borongh, 1859. 

Burgess, - --W. H. Pier 

TOWN COUNCIL. 

F. J. Leavenworth, James Mullins, 

N. C. Norton, Frederick Schrader, 

A. M. Maynard, Wm. Kennar. 

Secretary, I ------- P.C.Morgan 

AUDITORS. 
R. A. Oakford, S. Grant, 

George Fuller. 

Assessor, --W. P. Carling 

Treasurer, .-__--_ Peter Carling 

Street Commissioner, - - - - - D. K. Kressler 

Collector Borough and Poor Tax, - - - ' - Daniel Lundy 
Collector State and County Tax, - _ - John Melvin 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

SOUTH WARD. 

Thomas Walsh, H. W. Derby. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

NORTH WARD. 

Benjamin Jay, M. L. Newman, 

Constable, South Ward, - - - - Reuben Heffelfenger 
Constable, North Ward, _ - - - James McKinney 
OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

James Mullins, P. C. Morgan, 

High Constable, - - - - - C. C. Carpenter 



64 

POLICE. 

Chief, - - - A. A. Arnold. 

John Carling, Michael Scanlan, 

C, D. Mesler, John O'DonneU, 

R. Fitzgerald, Anthony Scanlan, 

C. W. Roessler, Peter 0''Donnell, 

Daniel Dodge, Henry Allen, 

John Churchill, John Nalius, 

John Melvin, James Connery, 

Willoughby Koch, Morris O'Bryan, 

Peter Crowley, Henry Arnold, 
Benjamin Weeks. 



Scranton Gas and Water Company. 

CAPITAL, ----_-.- ^100,000 

President, J. H. SCRANTON. 

Directors. 

Joseph Battin, E. H. Kirlin, 

Samuel Sherrerd, Thomas Dickson, 

C. D. Rockwell, James Archbald, 

Secretary and Treasurer, _ _ _ _ Charles Puller 

OflBce at the Post Office. 

Superintendant, - - - - - - T. F. Hunt 

Office at the Store of Hunt Bros. & Blair. 



I^XJBIjIC SOUOOXiS- 

SCHOOL BOARD. 

President, - - - - - - -H. L. Marvine 

Secretary, - - - - - - W. A. Chittenden 

J. C. Piatt, A. L. Horn, 

S. Grant, H. Carpenter. 

Principal, ----- Edward A. Lawrence, A.M. 



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SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. 

Central School, Washington Avenue. 
E. A. Lawrence, - - Teacher High School 



Miss S. E. Ellery, - 
Miss E. W. Brown, - 
Miss F. A. Newell, 
Miss M. E. Blackwell, 
Miss A. A. Shepley, 
Miss H. I. Newell, 



Grammar School 

High and Grammar School 

2d Primary 

u 

1st Primary 

u 



PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 2. 

DIVISION STREET. 

Misses S. E. Weed and M. E. Thomas, Teachers. 
PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 3. 

RIVER STREET. 

Misses F. A. Rogers and A. L. Kressler, Teachers. 
PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 4. 

PINE BROOK. 

Miss K. A. Rogers, Teacher. 
PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 5. 

PETERSBURG. 

Miss N. W. Brink, Teacher. 
PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 6. 

HICKORY STREET. 



Promotions are made at stated times, from the several Primaries, 
to the Grammar School, and from the Grammar School to the High 
School, where a full course of study may be pursued preparatory for 
business and social life, and for college or teaching. 



Fire Department of the Borough of Scranton. 

Organized April 22, 1859. 

Chief Engineer, Geo. Fisher. 

1st Assistant Engineer, - - - - - F. W. Watson. 

2d " " J. W. Brock. 

Secretary, - - - - - - - -Z.B. Knapp. 

Treasurer, D. K. Kressler. 



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Neptune Engine Co. No. 1. — Organized July 4, 1854. 

Foreman, C. W. Roessler. 1st Assistant Foreman, Philip Young. 
2d Assistant Foreman, P. 0. Ponnell. Secretary, P. Crowley. 
Treasurer, M. McGloven. Pipeman, Chas. Kramps. 

Washington Engine Co. No. 2. — Organized Sept. 2, 1858. 

Foreman, Jno. Grier. 1st Assistant Foreman, J. B. Adams. 2d 
Assistant Foreman, Frederick Repp. Secretary, T. P. Harper. 
Treasurer, D. H. Jay. 

Niagara Engine Co. No. 3. — Organized December, 1858. 

Foreman, R. Stillwell. 1st Assistant Foreman, J. 0. Kierstead. 
2d Assistant Foreman, B. T. Parsels. Secretary, D. K. Kressler. 
Treasurer, Wm. Stitcher. 

Nay. Aug. Hose Co. No. 1. — Organized November, 1858. 

Foreman, C. P. Matthews. 1st Assistant Foreman, Z. B. Knapp. 
2d Assistant Foreman, John P. Orchard. Pipeman, A. G. Mason. 
Assistant Pipeman, John A. Driscoll. Secretary, A. H. Coursen. 
Treasurer, J. D. Fuller. President, E. P. Kingsbury. 



Toung Men's Christian Association of Scranton. 

Organized August 27, 1858. 



OiniriCERS, 18SS-»59. 



VICE PRESIDENTS. 



John Brisbin 



Jos. H. Scranton, Chas. G. Saxton, 

Chas. Q. Carman. 

Corresponding Secretary, - - Edwd. C. Lynde. 

Recording " . . - Isaac F. Fuller. 

Registering « - - _ Edwd. P. Kinsbury. 

Treasurer, ----- Jno. D. Fuller. 

Librarian, - _ _ - Chas. P. Ross. 



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The BOARD OF MANAGERS consists of the above, and 

J. C. Piatt, _ _ . - Presbyterian Church. 

R. A. Henry, - - - _ Baptist " 

Charles Watson, - - - Methodist " 

A. C. Drinker, . _ - - Episcopal " 

C. G. Saxton, Secretary. 

Rooms on Wyoming Avenue, opposite Wyoming House. Open 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings of every week. 

Regular meetings, last Monday evening of each month. 

Devotional Meetings, Sunday evenings at 6 o'clock, Tuesday eve- 
nings at half-past 7 o'clock. 



MASOIVIC. 

UNION LODGE, No. 291, A. Y. M. 

Meets third Friday evening in each month, at Masonic Hall, 
Lackawanna Avenue. 

Officers. — Thomas Dickson, W. M. E. P. Kingsbury, S. W. 
H. R. Bishop, J. W. R. A. Oakford, Secretary. M. D. Engle, 
Treasurer. 

Ttustees. — Thos. Dickson, R. A. Oakford, E. P. Kinsbury. 

PETER WILLIAMSON LODGE, No. 323, A. Y. M. 

Meets first Tuesday evening in each month, at Masonic Hall. 
Officers.— W. A. Chittenden, W. M. W. H. Perkins, S. W. R. 
W. Luce, J. W. E. C. Lynde, Secretary. A. E. Hunt, Treasurer. 

LACKAWANNA CHAPTER, No. 185, H R. A. M. 

Meets second Tuesday evening in each month, at Masonic Hall. 
Officers. — R. A. Oakford, H. P. Thomas Dickson, K. E. P. 
Kingsbury, S. E. C. Lynde, Secretary. M. D. Engle, Treasurer. 

COEUR de LION COMMANDERY, No. 17. 

Meets second Wednesday evening in each month. 

Officers. — R. C. Simpson, E. C. Thomas Dickson, G. Joseph 
Godfrey, C. G. W. P. Carling, Recorder. E. H. Kirlin, Treasurer. 



68 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

LACKAWANNA LODGE, No. 291, L 0. of 0. F. of Pa. 

Instituted, March 16th, 1849. 

Meet in tlie Odd Fellow's Hall every Saturday evening. N. G.' 
Thomas J. Alleger ; V. G., Geo. M. Snyder ; Recording Secretary, 
G. H. Walter ; Permanent Secretary, Geo. B. Chavse ; Treasurer, 
Jas. 0. Kierstead. 

RESIDENZ (GERMAN) LODGE, No. 513. 
Instituted, December 29th, 1854. 

Meet in the Odd Fellow's Hall every Wednesday evening. N. G., 
Samuel Wertheimer ; V. G., Vincent Shiel ; Secretary, Jacob Engle ; 
Assistant Secretary, Chas. Fisher ; Treasurer, Charles Helm. 

ALLIANCE LODGE, No. 540. 

Instituted, June 1st, 1858. 

Meet in Robinson's Hall every Tuesday evening. N. G., John 
Walter ; V. G., Siegfried Sutto ; Secretary, Christian Robinson ; Per- 
manent Secretary, Jacob Smith ; Treasurer, Joseph H. Gunster. 

SCRANTONIA ENCAMPMENT, No 81, 1. 0. 0. F. 

Instituted, March 16th, 1849. 

Meet in Odd Fellow's Hall Second and Fourth Fridays. C. P., 
A. J. Schoonmaker ; H. P., Thos. P. Alleger ; S. W., A. H. Coursen, 
J. W , Geo. P. Hawley ; Scribe, Thos. P. Harper ; Treasurer, D. K. 
Kressler. 

ARMIN ENCAMPMENT, No. 124. 

Instituted, July 10th, 1857. 

Meet in Robinson's Hall First and Third Mondays. C. P., Fred- 
erick Weichel ; H. P., Siegfried Sutto ; S. W., Peter Heep, Jr. ; 
J. W., Frederick Kreilich ; Scribe, Jos. H. Gunster ; Treasurer, 
Charles Art. 

D. D. G. P., - - - - - - - D. K. Kressler 

D. D. G. M., Northern District, - - - - D. K. Kressler 

LACKAWANNA GERMAN BENEFICIAL SOCIETY. 

Instituted, 1849. 

Meet in Robinson's Hall every other Thursday. President, Char- 
les Huesner ; Vice President, Frederick Bodeman j Secretary, Jacob 
Frick ; Treasurer, Frederick Kreilich. 



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Yonng Men's Literary and Debating Clnb, of Scranton. 

Organized, Nov. 4th, 1857. Rooms, Lackawanna avenue, opposite 
Wyoming House. Regular Meetings, every Monday evening. 
President, F. A. Macartney ; Vice President, J. A. Rymer ; Record- 
ing Secretary, A. H. Winton ; Corresponding Secretary, F. L. Hitch- 
cock; Treasurer, F. J. Amsden ; Librarian, P. C. Oarling ; Editors, 
S. B. Harrington, F. L. Hitchcock, C. H. Drinker, Wm. H. Carling: 



Delaware, Lackawanna and Western R. R. 

President, Christopher R. Roberts, New York ; Secretary and 
Treasurer, A. J. Odell, New York ; Chief Engineer, James Archbald, 
Scranton ; Superintendant, John Brisbin, Scranton ; General Coal 
Agent, Joseph J. Allbright, Scranton ; General Freight Agent, R. A. 
Henry, Scranton ; General Ticket Agent, W. N. Jenks, Scranton ; 
Paymaster, John W. Wyckoff, Scranton ; Superintendant Telegraph, 
D. H. Conklin, Scranton ; Ticket Agent, W. H. Fuller, Scranton ; 
Freight Agent, W. C. Dickinson ; Wood Agent, Aaron Griffin, Scran- 
ton ; Master Machinist, Watts Cook, Scranton ; Clerk Machine Shop, 
H. L. Marvine, Scranton ; Dispatcher of Trains, D. T. Bound, Scran- 
ton. 



Mines in Lackawanna Valley. 

From which the Coal tonnage of the Del. Lack, and W. R. Road 

derived. 



Mines. 


Distance from 
Location. Scranton. By whom worked. 


Diamond, 


Br.D.L.&W.R. 


|m. 


p. L. & W. R. R. Co. 


Bellevue, 


Lack. & B. R. R. 


lim. 


u 


Hampton, 


Br D. L. & W. R. 


54 m. 


u 


Scranton C. Co. 


Lack. & B. R. R. 


11 m. 


u 


Clark's, 


D. L. & W. R. 


3im. 


Judson Clark. 


Swetland, 


a 


*m. 


Howell & Co. 


N. Y. & Pa. 


u 


3*m. 


John German. 


Nat. Anth. 


Lack. & B. R. R. 


2^m. 


Oram & Co. 


Stafford Brook, 


u 


4 m. 


Susq&W.V.R.R.&C.Co. 


Pine Brook, 


Br.D.L. &WR. 


|m. 


Lack. Iron & Coal Co. 


Hyde Park C. Cc 


>. " 


41m. 


Price & Buxton 


Van Storch,* 


D. L. & W. R. 


2im. 


Smith & Bro. 


Old Forge, 


Lack. & B. R. R. 


5 m. 


Mesech Davis. 


Luzerne,* 


D. L. & W. R. 


3im. 


B. F. Sawyer. 


Union I & C. Co.' 


*=Lack. ifeB.R.R. 


Sim. 


Union Iron & Coal Co. 


Stevenson's* 


D. L. & W. R. 


41 m. 


S. Stevenson. 



•Not at present working. 



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22 JohniSt., New York, 

MANUFACTURER AND "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Silver Plated Goods, 

IN ALL THEIR VARIETY. 

ALSO, BRITANNIA AND ROLLED METAL GOODS. 



Believing an experience of twenty -five years has rendered him familiar with 
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a fair share of patronage. It is also the intention of the undersigned to keep 
on hand a good stock of the raw material, such as 

BANCA,:STRAITS, AND ENGLISH "LAMB & FLAG" TIN, 

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REaULUS ANTIMONY, 

Pia AND BAK LEAD, 

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BABBITT-METAL, &c. 

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SILVER-PLATED TEA SETS, CAKE BASKETS, 

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38 & 40 White St., New York, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



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FORCE PUMPS, WATER CLOSETS, 
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PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK, 

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12 & 14 Warren Street, 

Near Broadway, NEW YORK, 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



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IMPORTERS OP 

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