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Full text of "Sutherland's City of Hamilton and County of Wentworth directory"

HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS iii. 

W. F. FINDLAY, 

A.CCOTJ]NrTA.]>srT, 

And Official Assignee for tbe County of Wentwortli. 

— — « • » 

AGENT OF 

The ^TNA INSURANCE CO., 

OF HARTFORD, [FIRE.] 

The LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION. 

[FIRE AXD LIFE.] 

The EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 

AGENT FOR THE* SALlT OF LANDS. 

♦— ♦ — • 

MOXEY I.EXT ON FIRST-CIiASS SECURITIES. 



OFFICE/JAMES STREET. HAMILTON, 

FACING THE OOR-E, 

MAGILL & BROTHER, 

SIGN OF THE LARGE AXE, 

TSJZT^CSr ST, HA-nVtllL-TOKr. 

have now oa hand a very large stock of all kinds^:::^^^^--^?/ ■ 

AT VERY LOW PRICES 

A Large Assertment of "Joseph Rodgers & Sons," 





E AND POCKET CUTLEBY, 

just receiv^ijaa^v^l be sol'd at a smaH^vanCe- on first cost, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 






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0te Vetoing 




Are celebrated for doing the best work, using a mucb smaller needle for 
the same thread than any other machine, and by the introduction of the 
most approved machinery, we are now able to supply the very best ma- 
chines in the world. 




They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sewing, 

and to the use of Seamstresses, Dress Makers, Tailors, Manufacturers of 
Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantillas, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Corsets, 
Boots, Shoes, Harness, Saddles, Linen Goods, Umbrellas, Parasols, etc. 
They work equally well upon Silk, Linen, Woollen and Cotton Goods, 
with silk, cotton, or linen thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, hem, 
fell, cord, braid, bind, embroider, and perform every species of sewing, 
making a beautiful and perfect stitch, alike on both sides of the articles 
sewed. 

L. C. MENDON> 

3 Rossin House Block, King St West, Toronto ; Royal Hotel Build- 
ing, James Street, Hamilton ; and St. Paul Street, opposite Wesleyan 
Methodist Church, St. Catharines. J5@» AGENTS WANTED. 

E. K. CORBIT, CHAS. CAVERS, 

Agent, Hamilton, Royal Hotel Building. Agent, St. Catharines. 



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[NGORPaRATEB BY ACT QW PARLCAMEKT. t84@. ( 

HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ST., TORONTO. ( 



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DIRECTORS: 

The HON. J. IIILLYARD CAMEllON, 31. P., Pbesident. 
LEWIS MOFFATT, Esq., Vice-President. 



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Tho Hon. IIillyard Cameron, 

M. P. 
Lewis Moppatt, Esq, 
C. J. CAMrnELi,, Esq. 
The Hon. Malcolm Cameron. 
A. K. McMaster, Esq. 



George Duogan, Esq. 
Angus Morrison, Esq. 
Alex. T. Fulton, Esq. 
H. S. HowLAND, Esq, 
W.J. Macdonell, Esq. 

JOUH WORTIIINOTON, ESQ. 



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manager and secretary : 

JAS. SYDNEY CROCKER, ESQ. 

ASSISTANT secretary : SOLICITORS ; 

WILLIAM MURRAY, ESQ. MesBrs. DUQOAN A; MEYEES. 

BANKERS : 
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. 



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Non-Hazardous Property Insured at Low Rates. 

BUSINESS STRICTLY MUTUAL. 
SatatD Qistt Ptyoteitts onl^ requtred «t the tttna of Inturlctf . I U 



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Head Office, Corner Main and James Streets, Hamilton. 

W. D. DOOKEU, See'i/. GKO. II. HILLS, 7'ra'<. 

ISiAAO nitjIM, AKCiit lor the City. 

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corporftled IHIO - - . . - I .A.hnu1m Over $U, 



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HOxAIE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

..Au s s X! T- )s o-vraari $i,aoo,ooo. 

Firo aud lulnnd lIuiincIiiiaiticHU in ull lU liiiiiiclioH. 



5 TRAVELLERS' INSURANCE COMPANY ; 



OF H/iRnORD, CONN. 
Assets Over §1,000,000. 

LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 

In tho Llfo Branch the mtcB will ho found to 'he lower than iiIniOHt any 
other oflice. 
, „ Tho abovo rcliiblo Companies hariiiK rando tlio ro'iuircd doi.'.nit «illi Iho IlucolvBr. 
/ . (ionoraL Iho uDdeniimed i« preriaroil to iuuo iKiliolcD at '""c"' "^* cjuli-lnnl witll 
f * claMi/friilc. for particulmri api/ly to * " 



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iROWN, GILLESPIE & CO., 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

IMPORTERS OF 

[:ea.s, ^v^iistes. &c., 

AND 

Croneral I^Iereliants, 

orner King and James Streets, HAMILTON, ONT. 



McIMES, CALDER & CO., 

IMPORTERS OF 
BRITISH, CO^iTOTENTAIi & AMERICAN 

DRY &OODS! 

HAMILTON, ONT. 



DONALD SMITH, 
TAILOR, &C., 

IMPORTER OF 

Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins 

TWEEDS, VESTINGS, &c., 

40, Kiivo ST., East, 

HAMILTON, ONT- 




D. McINNES & CO., 

MERCHAISTTS, 

and Manufaoturors of 

!41i4BI4ii ©OOBSs 

HAMILTON. ONT. 



G. H. FURNER & CO., 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 



MeO(NEs> BtOCK, 



BUNTIN, GILLIES &C0.,| 

WHOLESALE STATIONEllS, 
Paper and Envelope Manufacturers ( 

PAPER BAG MANUFACTURERS, 
HAMILTON. ONTARIO.! 



SUTHERLAND'S 



CITY OF HAMILTON 

AND 

COUNTY OF WENTWOETH 



DIRECTORY 

FOR 1868-9. 
PUBLISHED A.]SrisnjA.LI.Y. 



SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.50. 



JAMES SUTHERLAND, COMPILER. 



HAMILTON : 

PRINTED BY A. LAWSON & CO., 3 KING STREET WEST. 
JOHN EASTWOOD & CO., BOOKSELLERS AXD STATIONERS, KING ST. EAST. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

JOHN W. MURTON, 

EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE, 

Ko. 9 James Street, HAMIIiTOX, OWT. 

Bills of Exchange, Uncurrent Money and Specie, and U. S. Govern- 
ment 5-20 Bonds, bought and sold at uncurrent rates. 

GENERAL PASSAGE AGENCY, 
STEAM TO CORK, LIVERPOOL, LONDON, 

AND CALIFORmA- 

Keishaw and Edwards' Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, 

In all Sizes, at Montreal Prices, 

THE 

LIVERPOOL SND LONDON AND GLOBE 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

FIRE ^^if^ X.1FE. 



Capital, i|llO,000,000. 

iHTested Funds $16,371,076. 

Annual Income, #6,000,000. 



Risks on all descriptions of Property taken at mod- 
erate rates. 

T. A. AMBRIDGE, 

Jaing Agent, F. A. BALL, 

Agent, and Inspector for Ontario* 

OFFICE. — King Street West, next door to the Bank of Montreal. 
MAKRIAGi: IiI€£XS£S issued by T. A. AMBRIDGE. 



PREFACE. 



We respectfully present the citizens of Hamilton with a New 
Edition of the Directory of the City of Hamilton and County of Went, 
worth, being the third compiled by Mr. James Sutherland. 

In preparing this edition, the compiler has been careful to meet, as 
far as possible, the wants of all classes of the community, and, with 
this end in view, in addition to the usual Alphabetical List of the 
inhabitants, he has given a full and faithful Business Directory, —an 
introductory article, giving a sketch of the Great Western Kailway 
Works, the officers of the several societies and institutions in the city, 
names of farmers in the county of Wentworth, the names of residents in 
the towns and villages, brief notices of manufacturing establishments, 
and historical sketches of the churches of all denominations here — the 
whole accompanied by maps of the city and county, autographed 
expressly for this edition of the Directory. 

In referring to the Alphabetical List, it will be seen the city is 
gaining in population ; and, for the information of the reader, a sum- 
mary of names of householders in the Directory is given, which will, 
when compared with the number published last year, show an addition 
of about three hundred and fifty, or, presuming each householder to re- 
present five individuals, an increase in population of near eighteen hun- 



dred. 



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B — 
C — 

D — 
E — 
F — 
G — 
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1867. 

- 174 
. 525 

- 344 

- 312 

- 102 

- 207 

- 252 
428 

23 
128 
173 
243 
369 
506 
95 
93 



1868. 
. 184 
,. 566 
,. 484 
.. 305 
.. 115 
,. 237 
,. 274 
,. 567 
,. 23 
,. 129 
,. 189 
.. 226 
.. 356 
,. 431 
,. 89 
,. 100 



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1867. 
3969 

■ 207 

- 17 
. 308 

- 471 

■ 179 
. 10 
• 29 

243 
81 

- 6 

5520 



1868 
4278 
. 194 
. 13 
. 293 
. 500 
. 170 
. 9 
. 23 
348 
. 44 
. 6 



58T8 
5520 



Increase 1868 358 



VIU. PREFACE. 

The publishers desire to present their acknowledgements to George 
S. Counsell, Esq., county clerk, and other gentlemen, for the facilities 
aflforded them, and kindness experienced at their hands, in giving every 
information in their power ; and to the Press of Hamilton and Dundas- 
To the advertisers and subscribers their especial gratitude is due for 
the very liberal support they have given the enterprise. 



THE PUBLISHERS, 

October, 1868. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Alberton, Village of 361 

Aldershott, Village of 361 

Ancaster, Township of 74 

Ancaster, Village of 361 

Bakersville, Village of 368 

Barton, Township of 82 

Bartonville, Village of 369 

Beverley, Township of 88 

Binbrook, Township of 99 

Binbrook, Village of 370 

Bullock's Corners 370 

Canada Permanent Building and 

Savings' Society 320 

Carlisle, Village of 371 

Circuits of the Courts 10 

Copetown, Village of 372 

County Officers 13 

Courts 11 

Court of Chancery, 9 

Court of Common Pleas 9 

Court of Error and Appeal 9 

Courts of Quarter Sessions , 11 

Court of Queen's Bench 9 

Division Courts 11 

Dundas, Town of 373 

Elfrida Post Office , 388 

Flamboro' East, Township of. . . 103 
Flamboro' West, Township of. . . Ill 

Freelton, Village of 388 

Glanford, Township of 118 

Glanford, Village of , 389 

Greensville, Village of 390 

Hall's Corners 370 

Hamilton City 1 

Abbreviations used 129 

Alphabetical Directory 129 

Agricultural and Horticul- 
tural Societies^ 70 

Banks '. 21 

Board of Trade 56 

Branch Bible Society of U. C 59 | 

Business Directory 307 j 

Cecilian Glee Club 66 I 

Cemeteries 73 ' 

Children's Industrial School. 65 | 
Churches 29 1 



PAGE. 

City Government 12 

Common School Board 17 

Custom House 55 

Division Courts 11 

Educational 14 

Fire Brigade 25 

Gas Light Company 59 

Government Emigration De- 
partment 73 

Grammar School Board 17 

Great Western Fire Brigade. 26 

G. W. K. Library 65 

Halls and Public Buildings. 26 
Hamilton & Gore Mechanics' 

Institute 55 

Hamilton Water Works 70 

Hamilton Co-operative Soci'y 66 

Hospitals and Asylums 50 

Insurance Companies 22 

Insurance Agencies 25 

Literary and other Societies. . 55 
Licensed Victuallers' As socia- 

tion 73 

List of Teachers, Common 

Schools 17 

Loretto Convent 21 

Loyal Orange Association .... 53 

Manufacturers 291 

Manufacturing Companies . . 54 

Masonic 51 

Master in Chancery 73 

Medical and Surgical Society 66 

Montreal Telegraph Company 69 

National Societies 55 

Names too late for regular 

insertion 23 

Newspapers 46 

Odd Fellows 52 

Post Office 21 

Railways 59 

Roman Catholic Schools .... 17 

Sporting Clubs. &c .. 55 

Stage Routes 65 

Stations and Distances 60 

Tariff of Charges for Cabs. . 69 

Temperance Organizations.. 53 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS 

C. A. & I. B. BIRGE. 



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Importers and Dealers in all kinds of 






MEERSCHAUM & FAN^Y PIPES, 
And Tobacconists' Goods. B@" 48 JAMES STREET, Opposite 
Mechanics' Institute, HAMILTON, QNT. 

PHILP & ROBERTSON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




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FIREMEN'S HATS, HOSE, BELTS, &C., &C. 

James St., opp. Market Square, HAMILTON, ONT. 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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The Sick and Funeral Society 

G.W.R : 66 

Wesleyan Female College.. 18 
Western Permanent Building 

Society 73 

Hannon, Tillage of 392 

Hospitals and Asylums 50 

Jerseyville, Village of , 392 

Judiciary, Ontario 9 

Kirkwall, Tillage of 392 

Law List, Hamilton 11 

Lynden, Tillage of 393 

Millgrove ,, 395 

Mount Albion, Tillage of. 395 

Mount Hope 889 

Mountsberg, Tillage of..,.'..'.... 395 

Progreston, Tillage of 397 

Rockton, Tillage of. 397 

Kyckman's Corners, Tillage of. . 398 

Saltfleet, Township of 122 

Sheffield, Tillage of 393 



PACK. 

Stoney Creek, Tillage of 398 

Strabane, Tillage of 399 

Superintendents of Common 

Schools 14 

Tapleytown, Tillage of 400 

Town and Township Clerks, 14 

Towns and Tillages 361 

Township Officers, Eeeves and 

Deputy Reeves 14 

Township Treasurers I4 

Troy, Tillage of 400 

Tweedside, Tillage of 401 

Upper Canada Deaf and Dumb 

Institute 18 

Waterdown, Tillage of 402 

Western Permanent Building ?^o- 

ciety 320 

West Flamboro', Tillage of 4C4 

Westover, Donnybi 00k Tillage.. 407 

Winona ' 408 

Woodburn, Tillage of 408 



DDEX TO HAMILTON BISOESS DIRECTORY. 



Accountants ..; 307 

Agencies 307 

Agents, Ale 308 

" Cartage 308 

" Commission 308 

" Consular 308 

" Emigration 308 

" Express 308 

« General 308 

'• House, Land and 

Estate 308 

" Knitting machines 309 

" Insurance 309 

" Manufacturers .... 344 

" Passage 309 

" Sewing machines . 309 

" Shipping 310 

" Steamship 310 

Architects and Civil Engineers . 310 

Agricultural Implements 310 

Appraisers 310 

Artists 310 

Assignees to Board of Trade . . . 311 
Auction and Commission 311 



Axle Manufacturers 311 

Baby Carriage Manufacturers . . 311 

Bakers and Confectioners 311 

Banks 311 

Bankers and dealers in Exchange 312 

Bank (Savings) 3.2 

Barbers and Hairdressers 312 

Barristers and Attorneys 312 

Base Ball Emporium 314 

Basket Makers 314 

Beef and Pork Packers 314 

Bell Hangers 314 

Bellows Makers 314 

Bent Stuff Manufacturers of . . . 314 

Berlin Wool Dealers 314 

Billrard Saloons 3I5 

Biscuit Bakers (Wholesale) 315 

Blacksmiths 315 

Blank Book Manufacturers 315 

Boarding Houses 315 

Boat Builders 316 

Boilers Makers 316 

Boiler Puigers 316 

Bookbinders 316 



xii. HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

W. A. ANDREWS & CO., 

AUCTIONEERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

ROTJL HOTEL BLOCK^ 

JAMES STREET, HAMILTON, ONT. 



Special -A-ttention given to 



Valuations for Hotels^ Insurance Companies^ 

'Private Houses^ &c. 



SALES ATTENDED TO IN CITY AND COUNTRY. 
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. 

SOLE AGENT FOR LEINDHARDT'S 

W. A. ANDREWS & CO., 

Late of the firm of Best, Andrews & Co. 

W. A. A, 4 CO., desire to inform the Public that the 
commodious premises, they occupy afford 

Ample Storage for Pianos, Buggies, &c. 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. XIH. 

Booksellers and Stationers 316 I Dyers and Scourers ^^,^,'..328 

Boot & Shoe Manufacturers & i Enamellers of Hollow Ware'.i,.. t328 

Dealers 316 ; Engravers [Copper, Steel and 

Boots and Shoes (Wholesale 316 i Wood] 328 

Bottle Manufacturers 317 i Engravings 328 

Bottlers Ale and Porters 317 | Envelope Manufacturers ... .-jy,..-328 

Box Manufacturers 317 j Express Companies ;.yV.r 328 

Braiding and Embroidery Pattern | Fancy Goods •/»,•. 328 

Stamps 318 1 Fancy Goods [Importers ©f . V* r ' ^29 

Brass Founders 318 j Firemen's Hats, Caps and BeUs^-329 

Brewers 318 j Fish, Oysters and Game, ..'.;!.'. "329 

Brickmakers 318 j Fishing Tackle 329 

Bristles (Russian) 318 i Flax Brokers 329 

Brokers 318 { Flour and Feed ...._. 329 

Brokers [Second Hand] 318 j Forwarding, Shipping and (?oin-:"". 

Brokers Stock, Bill and Ex- j mission Merchants 330 

change 319 i Founders -l/i'M 330 

Broom Manufacturers 319 | Fruit, Oysters, Game and Con- 
Brush Manufacturers 319 i fectionery 331 

Builders 319 I Fruitg, Wholesale 331 

Building Savings and Investment I Furniture Manufacturers 331 

Societies 320 ! Furriers 331 

Building-stone Dealers 320 i Game [Wholesale] «;*VA'. 331 

Butchers 320 | Gas Fitters /.iV/'>V 331 

Cabinet Makers & Upholsterers. 321 1 Gents'Furnishing goods 331 

Carpenters and Builders 32li Gilt and Stained Mouldings 332 

Carriage and Coach Builders .... 3221 Glassware 332 

Carriage Axles 322 ! Glass Manufacturers . . -, ^\t^^,y^ 332 

Carvers and Gilders 322 1 Gold and Silver Platers . . . . . it . 332 

Carriage Trimmings 322 | Grain Merchants. ,.c 332 

Chemical Manure and bone dust 322 i Grape Wine Manuf y. . "._y|^^^^ 332 

Chemists and Druggists 323 i Grate Manufacturers . .T^3MR»^ 332 

China, Glass and Earthenwar.e . . 323 i Grocers[ Wholesale] ...... . i?^ » 332 

Cigars and Tobacco 323 I Grocers [Retail] , ^'^MM ^^^ 

Civil Engineers 324 | Grocers (Wholesale and Ketlfiy. 333 

Clothiers 324 i Gunsmiths 335 

Clothing, Wholesale 324 j Ham and Bacon Curers 336 

Clothing Manufacturers of 324 i Hardware •»tM6X# ^^^ 

Cloths, Impoitcis of 324 I Harness Makers .'. |u|m 'I 336 

Coal Oil and Lamps 325 i Hatters and Furriers .... ^513v 336 

Coal Oil Wholesale 324 I Hats and Caps (Wholesale) 336 

Coal and Wood Dealers 325 j Hay and Straw (Dealers in) 336 

Coal Grates 325 ; Hides and Wool )»^ • • • 337 

Coffee and Spice Mills .... 325 j Hoop Skirt Manufacturers'. .'.... 337 

Commercial Schools and Colleges 325 i Homoeopathic Pharmacy ^.^..^.. », 337 

Commission Merchants 325 j Horse Collar Makers w^fi-jrv 337 

Confectioners 325 j Hose [Fire] Manufacturef^rtV.' .' 337 

Confectioners Wholesale 326 j Hosiery and Gloves 337 

Contractors 326 i Hosiery Manufacturers ... 337 

Coopers 327iHotels 337 

Cricket Goods 327: House Furnishing Goods 339 

Dentists 327 j Ice Dealers ...^./vij-.: 339 

Drum Heaters 32 7 I Importers of Wools and frFftHCy 

Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Retail 327 } Goods 339 

Dry Goods [Wholesale] 327 I Inspectors 339 



Mv. HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



jSTOETH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE— Fire and Life. 
SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL— Life. 
PROVINCIAL— Fire and Inland Marine- 
^TNA, OF HARTFORD— Inland Marine. 
PHENIX— Ocean Marine- 

J. D. PRINGLE, Agent, 

WENTWORTH CHAMBERS, JAMES ST., HAMILTON, ONT. 






HAMILTON, ONTARIO. 

Officb— -Eling Street, north side, opposite the large fountain. 

B. B. OSLER. EDWARD OSLER. 

jr« cfu iMx. ja. IS <y T<r <, 

(SUCCESSOR TO F. M. WILLSON), 

ACCOUilANT, \mmi[ & G[i[RllL kMl 

HAMILTON, - - - ONTAEIO- 

a^mmmhl Pinion |iv^ aiul gif^ ^mm\m (Somirauy, 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 



INDEX TO BrsmESS DIRECTORY. 



XV. 



TAGE. 

Insui-ance Companies 339, 341 

Insurance Agents S-tl 

Iron Founders 341 

Iron Merchants 341 

Iron, Steel and Metals 34 1 

Jewellers 342 

Jewellery [Dealers in] 342 

Knitting Companies 342 

Laces and Embroidery 342 

Lager Beer Saloon 342 

Leaf Tobacco [Wholesale] 342 

Leather, Bides, Skins, Findings, 

&c 312 

Linen Drapers 343 

Lithographers 343 

Livery and Sale Stables 343 

Lock Manufacturers 343 

Looking Glasses, &c 343 

Lumber Dealers 343 

Machinists 343 

Machinists' Blacksmiths 344 

Malleable and Grey Iron Manu- 
facturers 344 

Manufacturers Agents 344 

Marble Cutters and Dealers 344 

Marriage Licenses [Issuer of). . . 344 

Melodoon Manufacturers 344 

Merchant Tailors 344 

Military Equipments 345 

Milliners and Millinery Goods... 345 

Millinery [Wholesale] 345 

Millwrights 345 

Music Dealers 345 

Music [Professors o^ 345 

News and Periodical Depots..... 346 

Newspapers 346 

Notaries Public 346 

Nurserymen, Seedsmen & Florist 346 

OfiSicial Assignees 346 

Oil Manufacturers and Refiners. . 346 

Organ Builders 347 

Oysters and Game 347 

Painters 347 

Paints, Oils and Varnishes 347 

Paper Bag Manufacturers 347 

Paper Bos Manufacturers 347 

Paper and Envelope Manufact'rs 347 

Paper Hangings 347 

Patent Medicines 349 

Photographers 348 

Physicians and Surgeons 348 

Piano Forte Manufacturers 349 

Piano Fortes [Dealers in] 349 

Picture Frame Makers 349 

Planing Mills 349 

Plasterers 349 



Tagk. 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters 349 

Pork Packers and Dealers.., .. ... 350 

Portrait Painters 350 

Potash Manufacturers 350 

Potters 350 

Powder 350 

Printers [Book and Job] -350 

Printers [Copperplate] 351 

Produce and Commission Mer- 
chants 351 

Provision Dealers , 351 

Provincial Land Surveyors 351 

Pump Makers 351 

Railway Cartage Agents 351 

Restaurants 351 

Rope and Twine Manufacturers. 352 

Saddlers 352 

Saddlery Hardware 352 

Sail Makers 352 

Saloons and Restaurants 352 

Sash, Blind and Door Manufac- 
turers 253 

Sausage Makers 353 

Scale Makers 353 

Schools [Private] 353 

Seal Engravers 353 

Seedsmen 353 

Sewing Machine Manufacturers. 253 
Sewing Machines [Dealers in]. , . 354 

Ship Builders S54 

Ship Owners 354 

Shipsmiths 354 

Shirt and Collar Manufacturers.. 354 

Show Case Manufacturers 354 

Silverplaters , 354 

Silversmiths 354 

Small Wares [Importers of].... 354 
Soap and Candle Manufacturers. 354 

Soda Water Manufacturers 355 

Stationers [Wholesale] 355 

Steamship Agencies , . . , 355 

Steam Engines 355 

Steel Spring Makers 355 

Storage 356 

Stove,Tin,Copper and Sheet Iron 
Manufacturers and Dealers.. 356 

Straw Goods[Wholesale] 356 

Tailors 356 

Tailors' Trimmings [Wholesale] 356 

Tanners and Curriers 357 

Tinmen's tools and Material .... 357 
Tinmen's Tools Manufacturers of 357 
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 

Workers 357 

Tip Printing..... ,, 357 

Tobacconists 357 



xTi. ADVEETISEMENTS. 

'V^-M. a«e:nt for mancfactureus. 






V>2i^ Insurance -A^g-ent, &:o. 



J5@*0ASH TO LEND ON APPROVED SECURITIES. ,@af 



OB^tOE — CANADA LIFE BUILDINGS, 

^^^' HAMILTON, ONTARIO. 



ciaiimGNE and sblters water i 

; .■.',■;: 53 JAMES STREET, 



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• S^v MAIN STREET, DUNDAS, ONTARIO, 

JOHN WILSON, - - - Proprietor. 

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''CfkTiy, RYE, CORN AND WHEAT, WANTED, 

FlojiV^ Patmeal) Cornmeal, Mill Feed, &c, always on hand. 



INDEX TO ADTERTISEMENTS. 



XVU. 



P-iGK. PIGE. 

Tobacco Mannfiacturers 357 r Wagon Makers 359 

Toys, Notions and Fancy Goods 357 I Watchmakers and Jewellers.... 359 
Trunk Manufacturers 357 j Wharfingers 359 



Umbrella Makers 358 

Undertakers 358 

Upholsterers 358 

Variety and Fancy Goods 358 

Veterinary Surgeons 358 

Vinegar Manufacturers 358 



Whip and Whip-lash Maunfs.. 359 
Wine and Spirit Merchants 359 & 360 
Wire Manufacturers and Dealers 360 

Wood Bending 360 

Wood Dealers 360 

Wool Meichants and Brokers.. 360 



ILLlSTRATIOi^IS AMD MAPS, 



F. G. Beckett & Go's. Engine and 

Boiler Works 303 

Central School 16 

Central Presbyterian, Dr. Ormis- 

ton's 35 

Church of Ascension 27 

Custom House... 57 

Great Western Railway Station 

and Works 63 

Map of Hamilton opp 129 i 

Map of the Co. of Wentworth " 1 | 

Merchants' Bank of Canada,... 23 1 

Post Office 191 



Provincial Exhibition Buildings . 7 1 

St, Andrew's Church 31 

St. Mary's Cathedral (R. C.) 43 

L. D. Sawyer & Co's. Agricultural 

Implement Works 67 

Spectator Buildings 48 

Eyre Thuresson's Card Clothing 

Factory, Ancaster 362 

R. M. Wanzer & Co's Sewing 

Machine Factory 297 

Wesleyan Methodist Centenary 

Church 40 



INDEX TO ADVEETISEMENTS, 



Hamilton City. 

Ambridge, T. A back of title 

Andrews, W. A. & Co xii. 

Aussem, J. H opp 324 

Ball, F. A back of title 

Bearman, F. W opp 298 

Beasley, R, S " 311 

Beckett, F. G. & Co.. Illus- 
tration 303 

Bell, John & Co opp 294 

Benner, Richard , xvi. 

Bevier,I)enms opp 295 

Bickle, T. & Son " 290 

Bilton, H. W; « 351 

Bilge, C. A. & M. B x. 

Booker, W. D Frontispiece 

Bowes, J, , opp 350 

C 



Bowman & Howe opp 299 

Boivron & Son " 361 

Brennan, M " 369 

Blown &Bautz " 315 

Brown, Wm. & Co " 315 

BiOwn,Gillespie & Co., Front'pce 

Bruce, W. opp 328 

Buchanan & Co " 345 

Burrow & Stewart " 369 

Burness, G. & Co " 343 

Campbell, R. & Co " 347 

Canada Christian Advocate, 

opp 329 

Chilman,I C «' 288 

Connecticut Mutual Life In- 

Burance Co xxv. 

Copeland George opp 305 



XVllI. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS; 



*1^ 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



Mtfrn^ Mm & fapttttcd Wml 




D. MOORE. 



P. WARREN. 






E3 ^ 



o 

I- 

4 

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E. JACKSON. 



31:.^TVXJJE^^Il.OTXJR^EI^S 



OP EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



CORNER BAY AND STUART STREETS, 



HAMILTON, 



ONTAEIO. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XIX. 



PAGK- 

Crockett, R. & J .opp 350 

Darrow, John 128 

Daville, T. W opp 361 

Davis, J. H. & Co " 353 

Donahoe, Mrs 413 

Donahoe, John 413 

Eastwood, John & Co., Gilt Card 

Eckerson, L opp 377 

Ecclestone, W. T " 326 

Edgar, William " 376 

Findlay, Wm. F iii 

Foster, Charles .... Bottom Lines 

Frier & Dale opp 353 

Furner, G. H. & Co., Frontis'pce 
Galbraith, D. & Co.... opp 335 

Goering, J. W xvi. 

Gorvin, J opp 350 

Grant &Middlewood.... " 314 

Grayson, George 415 

Gt. Western Railway .... opp 284 

Green, Alfred xxii. 

Green, J. W •' 344 

Green, W. M 414 

Griffith, H opp 311 

Grover, Luther " 310 

Haigh, Richard " 347 

Hamilton Times " 291 

Hammond, N xxvi 

Hardy, Charles " 323 

Harris, Geo. & Son xviii 

Herron, Joseph " 414 

Hill, Mark " 343 

Hill, Thomas "367 

Hooson & McPhie " 369 

Hogan & O'Neill " 307 

Howie, A. & Co " 303 

Fowles, M " 352 

Huggard, J « 302 

Huton & Woon "328 

Jeffs, F.J " 366 

Jolley, James " 303 

Kraft, E « 296 

LanphierW. H " 323 

Lawson Bros " 290 

Lee, George " 294 

Logan, G •' 363 

Loretto, Convent " 321 

Lotteridge, J. W. & Co 363 

Lyght, Joseph & Co " 306 

McDougall, James " 310 

McGiverin, E "342 

McGiverin, Wm. & Co.... " 351 
McTnnes, D. & Co.. ..Frontispiece. 
McKeand, Arch,, .. Frontispiece 
Macabe, James opp 313 



PAGE. 

Macabe, Thos. & Co opp 344 

Magill & Bro iii. 

Mann, A. F 415 

Marsden, Thos xxi. 

Mason, J, J, xi v. 

Mathews, J. B opp 339 

Meakins & Sons " 305 

Mendon, L. C iv 

Milne, Robert opp 368 

Moore, S J '• 335 

Moore, D. & Co xviii, 

Munro & HendersonFrontispiece 
Murray, A. & Co... opp 330 & 377 

Murton,"J. W back of title 

Noble, Wm opp 336 

North, Samuel, 409,410,411,412 

Northey, Geo opp 318 

Osier & Qsler xiv. 

Pearson, Jno. &Co.... " 339 

Perkins & Clark xx. 

Phelan, Jas. P " 338 

Philp & Robertson ' x. 

Pierce, C. E. & Co..Bottom lines. 

Pike, Richard opp 295 

Pringle, J. D xiv. 

Pronguey, John P " 330 

Raw, R " 304 

Reid, James xxi. 

Rice, M. E opp 367 

Royal Hotel ■' 362 

Royal Insurance Co.... " 319 

Sawyer, L. D. & Co , " 67 

Schrader, Fred. J " 314 

Scriven, P. L " 239 

Seaman, S. L 415 

Service & Wyld opp 335 

Simpson, James " 345 

Smith, Donald, Frontispiece. 

Smith, J, B opp 311 

Sutherland, Angus " 289 

Temple, John & Co " 368 

The Craftsman " 322 

The Spectator " 327 

Thomas, C. L " 331 

Trueman, W " 294 

Turnbull & Co " 369 

Wanzer, R. M. & Co 297 

Webber. John W opp 376 

White, T. W ,,,, « 346 

Williams, C. F 128 

Wilson, F. M. .Inside front cover. 

Wright, C. H opp 313 

Young, Geo. A " 319 

Young & Bro " 338 

Young, H, &R •« 334 



zx. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Anoastbr. page. 

Ancaster Knitting Co 364 

Chapman, Alex 364 

Cold Spring Woolen Mills, 364 

Egleston, H. & A 366 

Hinton, George 366 

Kelly, Isaac 364 

McMillan, John 364 

Thuresson, Eyre 362 

Bakersville. 

Burns & Son 369 

Carlisle. 

Crocker, J. C opp 342 

Davis, Wm •' 342 

GOPBTOWN. 

Horning, Philip 371 

Cronin, John 372 

Detroit, Mich. 

Michigan Central R. R., opp 337 

DUNDAS. 

Collins & Bennett 375 

Riley's Hotel opp 353 

Somerville, James " 312 

Wilson, John xvi. 

Gebensville. 

Armstrong, James 390 

Hore, F. W 392 

Joyce, James, sen 391 

Joyce, James, jr 392 

Wales, James 391 

Ingersoll. 

Daly House opp 376 

Hannibal, Mo. 

Hannibal & St. Joseph R. R. 320 



Lykden. pagb. 

Clement, William 394 

Varsickel, B 364 

Mount Hope. 

Wm. Craig 386 

John Neale 390 

Ottawa. 

St. Lawrence and Ottawa 
Railway opp 360 

Prescott. 

L. H. Daniels opp 297 

Progreston. 

Campbell, Wm 397 

Toronto. 

Brown, Thomas opp 336 

Canada Permanent Building 
and Savings Society 

Inside Front Cover 

Mendon, L. C iv 

Metropolitan Hotel 336 

Nordheimer, A. & S., opp 297 

Trot. 

Pitton, John 401 

Roelofson,John 401 

Waterdown. 

Creen, John 404 

West Flamboro'. 

Jones, John 406 

Miller. Thos. & W. F 407 

Smith, Jacob B 406 

Winona. 

Carpenter, Joseph 408 

Smith, E. B 408 

Windsor — Hirons House 414 



^i.ii: 



AND PROPRIETORS OF THE 

EXCELSIOR COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS 

CATHERINE STREET, 



HAMILTON 

H. C. PERKINS. 



ONTARIO. 

J. W. CLARK. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SI.. 



THOMAS MARSDEN. 

if 11 111 il»ll! 



MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

PORTRAIT & PICTURE FRA.MES, 

Pier and Mantel Mirrors, Window Cornices, Gilt and 

Stained Mouldings, Wholesale & Retail, Oval Frames, 

&c. Dealer in Engravings and Looking Glass 

Plates. §3- FRAMES RE-GILT. .^ 



James St., 0pp. Mechanics' Hall, 



HMILTON, ONT. 



A fine assortment of MASONIC EMBLEMS on band, for Orna 
menting Frames of Warrants, Certificates, and other Masonic documents. 



JA.]\d:E:S REID, 




if M4K1 



AND 



XXII. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALFRED GREEN 

WHOLESALE 



9 



MANUFACTURER OF THE CEI^EBRATED 

i=L o 1? j^ :ei. -y 




w m 






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Nos. 16 & 18 John St., North, 



SHOPS SXJi^PLIED 



ON THE 



3) 



NAMES TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



ADDITIO:!<fS, [CORRECTIONS, REMOVAIiS, «&C, 



Bland, John H., barber and hair-dresser, 8 Hughson n. 
BOWES, J., L.D.S., n w cor King and John. (See card.) 
BOVVEON, A., (A. Bowron & Son), h cor Wilson and Wellington. 
BOWRON, WM., (A. Bowron & Son), h cor Wilson and Wellington. 
BOWRON, A. & SON, (Addison and William), manufacturers of 

copper, tin, sheet iron, stamped and japanned ware, King William 

nr James. (See card.) 
BURNESS, GEORGE, (G. Burness & Co..) 79 James. 
BURNESS, GEORGE & CO., Royal Canadian Livery Stables, 79 

James n. [See advertisement.] 
Burt & Campbell, flour, feed and provisions, 20 John n. 
CANADA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, Rev. G. Abbs, editor, office 

John nr King. [See card.] 
Carroll, T. C, bookbinder, George Barnes & Co. 

Choate, W. B., photographer, cor King and James, third floor, res Gait 
Clark, J. Buchanan, clerk, J. W. Baine. 
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON, T. C. 

Livingstone, general agent, Wentworth Chambers, e s James cor 

Main. 
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Hartford, Conn., N. Hammond, agent. Commercial Buildings, 

James. [See advertisement.] 
DUNSTAN, R. JEWELL, [R. Jewell Dunstan & Co.,] res Welling- 
ton Square. 
DUNSTAN, R. JEWELL & CO., agents for British and Canadian 

manufactures, Royal Hotel Buildines, Merrick. '< 

EGAN & JEFFERY, (J. S. Egan & W. P. Jefi-ery), city hat and 

gent's furnishing store, 8 King e. 
FIELD & DAVIDSON, (John Field & Charles Davidson), e s James 

bet King William and Rebecca. 
Flanagan, Martin, tailor, bds w s John bet Henry and Gore. 
Friar, Douglas, tailor, bds Mrs. Wright's, McNab bet King and Main. 
Gillesby, Thomas & John, training and boarding stables, Market n s 

bet Park and McNab. 
GORVIN, JOHN, boots and shoes, removed James, opp Gore. See 

advt. 



XXIV. NAMES TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 

Gow, Robert, porter, h Florence Block, King w. 

GREEN, W. M., accountant, Hughson nr Myles' coal yard, bds 

American Hotel. (See card.) 
Greening, Thomas, clerk, h Peter cor Hess. 
HAMMOND, N., broker and insurance agent, Commercial Buildings, 

James. (See advertisement.) 
Hannan, W. S., (Hannan & Bro.), h cor Rebecca and Cathcart. 
Hannan & Bro., (Wm. and Alex.), stoves, tin, copper and sheet iron 

ware, w s John nr King William. 
JEFFERY, W. P., (Egan & Jeffery), 8 King e. 
LONG & BISBY, (W. D. Long & G. H. Bisby), wool dealers, McNab 

nr Merrick. 
LORIMER, JAMES, (Mugridge & Lorimer), h s s Augusta nr James 
Macfarlane, J. M., traveller, J. H. Hogan, bds cor Lind and Catharine 
MACKELCAN & GIBSON, (Francis Mackelcan & John M. Gibson), 

barristers and solicitors in chancery, Wentworth Chambers, James 

cor Main. 
MUGRIDGE & LORIMER, (Chas. W. Mugridge & Jas. Lorimer), 

importers of wines and liquors, McNab opp Young, Law & Co.'s. 
NORDHEIMER, A. & S., Toronto, A. Petersen, agent, at Mr. 

Attwood's, watchmaker and jeweller, Royal Hotel Buildings, 

James w s. (See advertisement.) 
O'Donohoe, John, auctioneer and general commission merchant. Market 

Square nr James. 
Page 191, — Instead of Harris, T. N., Principal British American 

Commercial College, read, Royal Dominion Commercial College. 
Ross, T. S., merchant tailor. Mechanics' Hall Buildings, James. 
SMITH, J. B., day any evening school, removed to s w cor King and 

Catherine. (See advertisement.) 
Sneath, Mrs., confectioner, 85 James n. 
Steel, George, boot and shoemaker, 16 York. 
SUTHERLAND, JAMES, Gazetteer and Directory publisher, office 3 

King w, h w s Catherine bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Swinton, Charles, teamster, h n s Guy bet James and Hughson. 
Townsend, Thomas B., draughtsman mechanical department, G.W,R. 
Walker, A., M.D., D.D.S., office King, Storer's Block, h Market bet 

Park and Bay. 
Wetenhall, James S., clerk, Canada Mutual Insurance Company. 
ZINGSHEIM, JACOB, cabinet maker and upholsterer, Florence 

Block, King w. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. xxv. 

Deposited with the Government of Canada. 

T3EIE! 

Connecticut Mutual 




HARTFORD, CONN. 



GUY R. PHELPS, President. WOODBRIDGE S. OLHSTED, Sec'jr. 

ZEPHAIIAH PRESTO.V. Vice-Pres't Ll€US S. WILSOX, Jledlcal E&amiaer. 



ORGANIZED IN 1846. CHARTER PERPETUAL. 



The Largest Mutual Life Insurance Oom'y, 

Numbering 53,000 members. 

ASSETS 8-20>000,000. 
SURPLUS A.SSETS 86,361,967- 

All profits divided among the mombers. Each policyholder is a member. 
There are no Stockholders. 



ITS LARGE DIVIDENDS. 

per cent, annually. Tot 
nbers since its organizatii 

$4^397,142. 



They have averaged over 50 per cent, annually. Total amount of dividends, paid the 
members since its organization, 



ITS SUCCESS UNPARALLELED. 

It has arrived at that extraordinary condition where the income from Annual Interest 
alone is more than sufficient to pay all losses. 

Total amount of losses paid by the Company, 

$6,863,528. [Turnover.] 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ITS RESPONSIBILITY. 

For every $100 of Liabilities, it has $154 of Assets. 



LAST YEAR'S PROSPEROUS BUSINESS. 

Amount insured fiscal year 1867, 

$45,647,191.00, 

Income received fiscal year 1867, 

$7630886.19. 

During its last fiscal year this Company paid to its living members, and to the families 
of its deceased members, nearly $*<3, 000,000 and at the same time added more 
than FOUR MILLIONS to its accumulated capital. 



ITS LIBERALITY. 

It accommodates the insured by giving credit for half the preminm, and grants insur- 
ance to meet all the contingencies and wants to which Life Insurance ii applicable. 

It issues policies on a single life from $100 *o $25,000. 

gS-.tlK^GE, I as N. HAMMOND, 

DR. ROSEBRUGH, ) ^eterees. AgeiU. 

OFFICE — In Commercial Buildings, James Street. 

N. HAMMOND, 

HA-lvIILTOISr. 03>TTA.III0. 



AdTances made on all kinds of Produce. OFFICE— 
Commercial Buildings, James IStreet. 

Brown, Gillespie & Co., Hamilton. .H. McKinstry, Esq., Manager 

D. Mclnnes & Co. " j Royal Canadian Bank, Hamilton. 

Buchanan & Co., " j F. W. Thomas, Esq., Manager of 

G. J. Forster & Co., " I Bank of Montreal, London, Onfc 

Sanford, Mclnnes & Co., " i W. Watson, Esq., Banker, 17 

W. McGiverin & Co., " j Nassau St., New York. 

Kerr, Brown & Mackenzie " j Philip Browne & Co., Bankers, 

Chas. Magill, Esq., M. P., " | Toronto. 
Cuvilier & Co., Montreal, Que. 



\ 



PLHN 

Of I*' 

COUNTY Of ^ENT\NORrH 

_ OMT/tKIO — 




MS0i 



I 



LAST "5 



During its last 
of its deceased i 
than FOUR IN 



It accommods 
ance to meet all 

It issues poll' 

DR. RIDLEY, 
DR. STRANG: 
DR. ROSEBRT 

OFFICE— 



^0mn 



AdTance 
i 



Browo, Gil 
D. Mclnne 
Buchanan 
G.J. Fors 
Sanford, ]y 
W. McGiv 
Kerr, Bro^ 
Chas. Mag 
Cuvilier ( 



INTRODUCTIOJSr. 



Hamilton is beautifully situated on the south-western curve of Bur. 
lington Bay, and occupies a delightful position on a plateau of slightly 
elevated ground winding around the base of the mountain. 

With the romance of the early settlement of this city, this volume 
has nothing to do. The hardships of our early pioneers are matters of 
history. It is to present the importance of the city to-day that the 
brief space allotted to the subject is designed. 

Hamilton has superior facilities for becoming a large manufacturing 
city — her geographical position being accessible from all points of the 
compass, both by railway and lake navigation. The advantage Hamil- 
ton aflfords for the profitable investment of capital and labor, in every 
department of industry, will bear favorable comparison with those of 
any o'ther city in the Dominion. Frugality and industry are prominent 
characteristics of her inhabitants. The reputation abroad of her mer- 
chants and manufacturers is the result not only of their industry and 
their wealth, but of their enterprise and the conservative element in 
their business transactions — an element which has enabled them to 
withstand general misfortune in business with a firmness and ability 
which few communities can boast of. She has, in her manufacturing 
career, built up a foundation of remarkable solidity for the future 
increase of her commercial and manufacturing operations. The reader 
is referred, for a description of the manufacturing establishments, to 
page 291, and for the lists of wholesale merchants, and other dealers, to 
the Classified Business Directory. 

There are other cities whose growth in population seems to be more 
rapid than Hamilton, and, probably, for a short period, has been so ; 
yet, viewing its increase for a series of years, it is found there has been, 
in the swell of its population, a progress which, from its quietness, has 
attracted but little attention, and is, in its comparative ratio with the 
growth of other cities, undervalued by even her own citizens. 

The Great "Western Railway and branches — having an entire length 
of about three hundred and fifty miles — has done much to advance the 
prosperity of Hamilton ; and the certain prospect of the early comple- 
tion of the Wellington, Grey and Bruce Railway — a portion of the line 
being now under contract — will further tend to increase the mercantile 
and manufacturing establishments in the city, and add to its general 
prosperity. 

As a sketch of the workshops of the Great Western Railway here — 



2 INTRODUCTION. 

this city being the headquarters of the Eoad — would be interesting to 
many, considptable space has been allotted to the subject in this edi- 
tion of the Directory. 

Going down Queen street, we first come upon the Rolling Mill, 
erected by the Great Western Railwav Co., ia 1864. It is 170 feet in 
length, 100 feet in width, 35 feet in height to the eaves, and running 
from thence to about 70 feet in the centre of the roof. The roof is 
formed of trussed beams, and slated. One engine of 400 horse power 
is used, together with two smaller engines of 20 horse power 
each. There are six boilers, four of which are thirty feet long and 
thirty inches in diameter, and one forty inches in diameter. The saws 
are four feet in diameter, and make 1000 revolutions per minute. The 
cooling bed for hot rails is formed of an inclined plane of rails, laid at 
intervals of three feet. The large engine is a high-pressure, vertical 
engine, with forty-two inch cj Under, three Jeet stroke, and makes 80 
revolutions per minute ; the fly wheel is 24 feet in diameter, and weighs 
35 tons. The small engines are horizontal, coupled to the same shaft 
by cranks at right angles, and their cylinders 10 J inches in diameter, 
with 20 inch stroke. To manufacture 4,000 tons of new rails will con- 
sume about 5,000 tons of coal. The company employs about 150 men 
in the mill, and has four rail-heating furnrces, and two double puddling 
furnaces. The machinery for the mill, viz : engine, mill train, fur- 
naces and saws, were manufactured for the Railway Company by 
Messrs. Goldie, McCulloch & Co., of the town of Gait. Messrs. Gart- 
shore & Co., of Dundas, manufactured the powerful shears, rail 
straighteners, turning lathe, &c. There is also a large steam hammer, 
(5 tons), made by Morrison, of Newcastle, England. 

From the Rolling Mill, we pass through the time-keepers gate into 
the yard of the Mechanical Department. The duty of this department 
is the construction and maintenance of the rolling stock of the line. — 
Light repairs are done at other stations, but this is the headquarters of 
the department where all its heavier work is executed. The buildings 
are erected upon " made ground," and together with the surrounding 
yards occupy an area of about 40 acres. It seems to have been the 
intention of the original designers of the workshops to have them of 
solid masonry, but their conception of the workshop accommodation which 
the railway would require, tell far short of what proved to be the reality 
the rapidly expanding traffic of the line soon showed that the original 
buildings were totally inadequate for the work reqnired, and the art of 
the stonemason was found too slow to supplement the deficiency in time 
to meet the necessity for extension as fast as it arose, and the service 
of the carpenter had to be called upon ; the result is a collection of 
buildings partly stone and partly frame. This of course increases the 
danger of fire, and when one thinks of the vast amount of capital 
which must have been expended in the erection of these extensive work- 
shops, and of the valuable machinery which they contain, a fire sweeping 
through them is something fearful to contemplate. But, besides & 



INTRODUCTION. • 3 

partial insurance which the company has effected upon them, the arrange- 
ments for the prevention and extinguishing of fires are very complete. 
Of the large quantity of shavings, saw dust and splinters, every day made 
by the varions planing, moulding and sawing machines, and by the jack- 
planes and chisels of the busy carpenters, not a particle is allowed to 
remain overnight, except enough to kindle the morning fires with — all is 
swept into the capacious mouth of the engine furnace, and is forever 
after harmless. Each shop is swept scrupulously clean at the close of 
each day's labor, fo that no inflamable debris is left for an accidental 
spark to ignite. Wit'^ commendable prudence, the company a few years 
ago introduced the pipes of the city water service into the yard of the 
workshops, placing hydrants at convenient points ; hose reels, carrying 
between three and four hundred feet of hose each, are also provided and 
manned by organised companies among the workmen, drilled by periodi- 
cal practice into expertness in the work of handling them, besides this 
there are two hand fire engines manned by companies of between eighty 
and ninety men each, and a rotary steam fire engine, throwing two fine 
streams of water, placed upon the top of a locomotive kept constantly 
in steam and ready for service at a moment's notice. 

The first place we enter is the erecting shop, on the ground floor of 
a large building, 165 feet long 125 feet broad. This has, not inappropri- 
ately been called an hospital for sick giants, for it must be borne in 
mind that your iron horse, though fleet of foot and strong of limb, is, 
after all, finely and even delicately organized, and subject to almost as 
many ailments as the human frame. Not to speak of tha many acci- 
dents to which he is liable, he is the victim of certain diseases which no 
skill in construction and no care in management has, so far, been able 
to prevent ; the water which he drinks, for instance, and which is the 
source of his power, will leave behind it a sedimentary deposit which, in 
the course of time, if left alone, will derange his whole interna 
economy ; then again his rapid motion and the consequent friction of 
his rotating and sliding parts gradually wears undulations in surfaces 
which must be perfectly " true " in order to discharge their functions 
with certainty and efficiency ; all things considered, therefore, we need 
not wonder to find that his " doctor's bill " is somewhat heavy ; but he 
has this advantage over us he always gets cured, not indeed that he is with- 
out his quack doctors and patent medicines, but these are to be object- 
ed to rather on the ground of their uselessness and expense than of their 
positive injury. Into this shop the scattered parts of the locomotive 
are gathered together and placed so as to form the perfect machine ; 
hence we see it here in every possible stage of development, from the 
primitive boiler, resting upon its timber foundation in helpless imbecility, 
to the completed engine under a full " head of steam," emitting a fizz- 
ing, gurgling sound, and awaiting but the magic touch of the engine- 
man's fingers to be ofif upon its iron roadway with a speed that outrivals 
the winged eagle, and a power that laughs at the ponderous elephant. 
Radiating from a turntable, twelve tracks run through the shop, each 



4 INTRODUCTION. 

capable of accommodating two engines, so that, if necessary, twenty-four 
may be under repair at the same time ; to each engine a "leading hand" is 
assigned, who has charge of the "ji>b," and has what assistance he 
requires. On the western side of the shop, a few of the more ponderous 
pieces of the locomotive machinery are placed ; huge lathes, for boring 
cylinders and turning up driving wheels, also, iron planing and slotting 
machines, and a Braemar press, for forcing wheels on and off their axles. 

Going up stairs, we reach the machine shop proper, or fitting shop, a 
large, airy room, 165x83 ft, with high ceiling, well lighted, and in all 
respects oheerful to look at. Here all the brass work for the depart- 
ment is finished ; also the blacksmith's forgings, and the foundryman's 
castings, when they require a nicer fit, or a finer surface than the anvil 
and hammer, or the process of moulding are capable of giving, such as 
side rods, connecting rods, pistons, and, in short, what is known as the 
"working gear" of the engine. On our right, as we enter, there runs 
a line of shafting the whole length of the ceiling, from which innumerable 
belts run laterally and vertically, giving motion to no less than 35 machines 
of various kinds ; of these, 18 are lathes, 5 shaping machines, 4 
planers, and 6 drilling machines. The machinery is chiefly of English 
make, Whitworth and Nasmyth being the principal manufacturers ; 
three of the lathes, however, were made in this city, at the establishment 
of Messrs. Beckett & Co.. and, we are glad to learn, are giving entire 
satisfaction. Not the least notable of the things to be seen in this shop 
is a set of Whitworth's guages, varying in size from the sixteenth of an 
inch to four inches. The use of these is a perfect security against inac- 
curacy of workmanship, arising from mistakes of measurement, or 
variations in foot rules. 

Along the eastern side of the shop run rows of benches, to which over 
30 vices are attached. Here the file and chisel workers bring into 
nicety of proportion and beauty of finish the designs which preceding 
processes have rudely indicated. All around, in orderly arrangement, 
lie the multiform and complicated parts of the locomotive soon to be 
gathered upon a "lorry," wheeled to the hatchway in the middle of the 
shop, and, by means of the "steam hoist," lowered to their destination 
in the erecting shop beneath. 

Up another flight of stairs, and we are into the pattern shop, the 
name of which alone will be sufficient to indicate its purpose. The 
patterns, from which castings may at any time be repaired, are conveni- 
ently arranged upon racks, easily accessible, and carefully numbered, to 
prevent mistakes. If the workmen here are at all aesthetically inclined, 
they are most favorably situated, since the height of their shop enables 
them to overlook all the other buildings ; and its northern windows pre- 
sent a splendid view of the surrounding lake and landscape, bounded 
only by the line of the horizon. 

Immediately to the west of this building, we come upon the stationary 
engine, some seventy or eighty horse power, supplied with steam by four 
boilers, driving all the machinery of the department, but having no 



INTRODUCTION. 5 

features of special interest to note. A few steps further, and we come 
to the door of the blacksmith shop — the atmosphere of its interior some- 
what murky and sulphurous, as it beseems the atmosphere of a black- 
smith shop to be, even when, as in this case, it is supplied with ample 
louvre ventilation and sliding skylights. But through the murkiness 
comes the cheerful glow of nearly thirty smithy fires, and the ringing 
music of some sixty hammers — that is to say, should they all be at 
work. To the left of the entrance stands a Nasmyth steam hammer, 
which might pass for a younger brother of the huge fellow at the Roll- 
ing Mill ; but, though his proportions are infantile, in comparison, let 
it not be supposed that he is a weakling ; on the contrary, he can bring 
down his iron fist with a thud which makes the building tremble to its 
foundation, or he will tap, tap, as lightly and quickly as a mother would 
tap the cheeks of her child — ^just as the expert attendant, who does the 
''wire pulling," may chance to determine. The hammer is a great 
economiser of material, working up scraps which, without its aid, would 
have to be counted as waste. The scraps are first heaped upon a piece 
of pine board and placed in a furnace ; by the time they have become 
suitably heated for welding, they have also become sufficiently adhesive 
to enable the blacksmith to pull them out with the tongs in one piece. 
They are then placed under the hammer, and welded into a homogene- 
ous slab. These slabs, as they accumulate, are worked up into engine 
frames, crank axles, driving wheels, or whatever else may be more 
urgently required. 

From this shop a door leads into the Boiler Shop, 134 feet long by 
60 in width, and employing about 40 hands. Among the appliances 
for securing speedy and efficient work, which may be noted here, and 
which, did space permit, we would more minutely describe, are two 
punching and shearing machines, one large radial drill, one stationary 
drill, one washer punching machine, and a set of plate-bending rolls. 
Among specimens of substantial and most creditable workmanship, 
which invice attention, and, notwithstanding the discordant music of 
the busy riveters, we must pause a moment before the huge punching 
and shearing machine. The monster is opening and closing his iron- 
jaws with a slow and stately regularity of movement, which gives but 
small token of a nervous temperament i he looks as if no possible in 
ducement would quicken his speed, but, then — as per Emerson's Law 
of Compensation— nothing can arrest or retard it. Place a piece of 
half-inch boiler plate between his open jaws, and he bites it in two for 
you, with no more perceptible effort than if it were so much ginger- 
bread ; place it under one of his descending tusks and he "lets daylight 
through it," in the shape of a rivet hole, in the same nonchalant 
manner ; lastly, give him an iron rod — its diameter may be half an 
inch, or it may be two inches, it matters not — and he nips off the end 
of it as if it were a cigar which he was preparing for a light. In this 
shop all the locomotive boilers are constructed and repaired ; here, too, 
were made the large boilers for the Great Westera ferryboat on the Detroit 



6 introduction: 

river, and also the iron girder bridges, with whicli tlie company, some 
time since, replaced the original wooden structures. 

Leaving here, we pass to the western end of the yard, and enter the 
Car Body Building Shop, 400 feet long, and wide enough for two rows 
of cars. This shop holds the same relation to the car department which 
the erecting shop does to the locomotive department. The products of 
the various wood machines — to be presently noticed — are collected here 
and put together. The shop is without machinery, but nevertheless a 
place of bustling activity; all around us active workmen are hammering 
sawing, boring, "striking into bounds" incipient trucks, which, so far, are 
but wheels, axles, bolsters, pedestals, springs, &c., or clothing the skel- 
eton form of a passenger car with panels and mouldings ; or, mayhap, 
carrying into execution the sentence of conc^emnation passed upon some 
superannuated freight car, which has done its allotted work, and must 
now give place to a renewed image of itself. A portion of the western 
end of the shop is partitioned off and used exclusively for the construc- 
tion of first-class cars ; four of these are now building ; their tasteful 
. design presents us with a strong temptation to deliver an historical homily 
on passenger cars, did not our fast diminishing space warn us to be 
brief There is scarcely a greater contrast between our old style of 
travelling and that which railways introduced, than there is between the 
latter and that which they have now reached. Twelve years ago, the 
sine qui non of successful car building was to produce cars for $2,500 
each. Suggest to the car builders *of those days any improvement upon 
established plans, and, in reply, you would get but a shake of their wise 
old heads, and a prediction that it would "never pay." But at kngth 
the spirit of modern progress rudely cuffed them out of their old ruts, 
and now we have passenger cars in which the traveller may accomplish 
"magnificent distances," with all the comforts of his home clinging 
around him. It is awarding no undeserved praise to say that, in this 
matter, the Great Western Railwav Company has always kept fully up 
to the standard of the best railways on the continent, and when the four 
cars in question are finished, we believe they will furnish a reasonable 
claim to even a higher encomium than this. 

Immediately in rear of this shop is the lumber yard, which, with its 
hundreds of thousands of feet of "seasoned stuff" carefully housed, and, 
outside, its squares and blocks, and its tortuous labyrinth of streets and 
alleys, can only be afforded a passing notice. 

Returning toward the eastern end of the yard, we pass rows of "scrap 
sheds," partitioned into compartments, and carefully labelled, so as to 
admit of a proper classification of the scrap, and an cagy access to it 
when required. 

Up a flight of stairs, and we are in the Tinsmith Shop, where all the 
tin-work of the department is done, from the making of a "head lamp" 
down to that of a drinking cup, including hand and train signal lamps, 
water coolers, ventilators, &c. 

Next ia order comes the two-story stone building, in which all the car 



INTRODUCTION. 7 

machinery is worked. On the ground floor is to be seen 1 large traver- 
sing planer, 1 cylinder planer, 3 circular sa-ws, 1 shaping machine, 
1 tenoning machine, 1 boring machine, and 1 moulding machine. 
This shop prepares the heavier timbers of the car, such as sills, truss- 
planks, truck timbers ; also, flooring, and sheathing and roofing for freight 
and baggage cars. 

The upper story of this building is occupied by the cabinet makers, 
with machinery suitable for their work, consisting of one traversing 
planer, two moulding machines, three circular and one "jig'' saw, two 
tenoning machines, one shaper, one mortising machine, one turning 
lathe, and a machine for making wood waste, or fine shavings, as a sub- 
stitute for cotton waste. A busy, rushing, tearing place, this of 
the wood machinery ; in the locomotive department the various ma- 
chines are set to a slow and decorous re:iularity of movement ; here, on 
the contrary, they seem to realize one's idea of embodied furies — whir- 
ring, yelling, screeching, and makinsj the air alive with swarms of 
dancing chips and shavings. This shop is chiefly devoted to the in- 
terior fittings and the lighter portion of the frames of first-class cars. 

The Paint Shop is a large frame building, capable of holding eight 
first-class cars, lofty of ceiling, well ventilated, and scrupulously neat 
and tidy in its ensemble. It would, of course, be an unwarrantable falsi- 
fication of ancient wisdom to find a paint shop itself painted, but here 
we have the nearest possible approach to it, every beam and stud and 
brace in its well trussed roof, together with the walls, being whitewashed 
to an immaculate whiteness, giving the shop a most cheerful and pictu- 
resque appearance. Running parallel with this is another building of 
the same size, used for light repairs of cars, trucks, &c. 

Next to this is a large two-story stone buildins:, nearly 300 feet long 
by 60 in width, in which the mechanical and engineering stores are kept ; 
on the ground floor are all the heavier articles, such as bar and rod iron, 
brass and copper tubes, springs, axles, and a large variety of other 
things coming under the head of "too numerous to mention " On the 
upper floor are all the shelf and lighter materials ; on this floor, also, be- 
sides the ofiice of the storekeeper, there are the drawing office, the 
mechanical clerks' office, and last, but far from least in importance, the 
office of W. A. Robinson, Esq., the superin^-endent of the department. 
Nor must we pass over another place of peculiar interest on this floor — 
the Library Room. Somewhat over three years ago, the directors, at 
the instigation of Mr. Swinyard, devoted the fund, which had accumu- 
lated, since the opening of the road, from fines imposed upon employes 
for violations of the Company's rules, to the purchase of books — thus 
forming the nucleus of a library, which we hope to see increase in size 
and usefulness with its advancing years. The library has at present 
nearly 2000 well-selected volumes. It is open to all the employes in the 
Company's service, at the almost nominal subscription of a dollar a year, 
and, for employes at out stations, convenient train arrangements are 
made to carry their books to and fro. 



8 INTRODUCTION. 

At the eastern end of the '-stores " stands another substantial stone 
structure, which is used as a combined engine paint shop and weigh 
shed. It is supplied with one of Pooley & Sons' weighing machines, 
with six scale — a most interesting and beautiful piece of mechanism ; 
by its use, not only can the whole weight of an engine be ascertained, 
but also that resting upon each wheel severally — a most important point 
in locomotive construction. 

The last place we can aflford to particularize is the " Round House," 
a semi-circular stone building, where the engines intended for immediate 
use are kept. The building has 12 tracks, entering by 12 doors, and 
converging at the turn-table in front, where the engine may be turned to 
whatever point of the compass its services may be required. 

And now we are at the end of our space, and hence at the end of our 
description — and yet how many things remain to be said of this indus- 
trial home of 500 workers — the orderly neatness and convenient 
arrangement of its clean kept yard, for instance. How many unenu- 
merated things of beauty — illustrations of human genius — are stowed 
away among its revolving wheels and pinions. How thick come the 
reflections, as one contrasts it with what it was in the memory of men 
yet young — a place of weeds and rushes — the habitat of the turtle — its 
margin sacred to the solitary wanderer. How numerous the incipient 
speculations, as one thinks of the changes in our condition — industrial 
and social — which the great enterprise with which it is connected has 
wrought, but the Semaphore extends its threatening arm and we obey. 



DIRECTORY. 9 

jri>ICIARY-OXTARIO. 

Court op Error and Appeal. — Judges, Hon. W. H. Draper, 
C. B., Chief Justice of Ontario ; Hon. W. H. Blake ; Hon. Wm. B. 
Bicliards, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas; Hon. Oliver Mowat, 
Vice-Chancellor ; Hon. John Gr. Spragge, Vice-Chancellor ; Hon. John 
H. Hagarty, D. C. L., Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench ; Hon. 
Joseph C. Morrison, do. do ; Hon. Adam Wilson, Judge of the Court 
of Common Pleas ; Hon. John Wilson, do. do. ; Clerk and Reporter, 
Alexander Grant ; Judges' Secretary, J. W. Taylor. 

Court op Queen's Bench. — Chief Justice, Hon. Wm. H. Draper, 
C.B. ; Puisne Judges, Hon. J. H. Hagarty, D. C. L., and Hon. Joseph 
C. Morrison ; Clerk of the Crown and Pleas, Reporter, Chris- 
topher Robinson, Q. C. ; Clerk in Chambers and Practice Court, Wm. 
B. Howard; Clerk of the Process, Alan Cameron; Crier and Usher, 
Andrew Fleming. 

Court op Chancery. — Chancellor, Hon. P. M. M. S. Vaukough- 
net, D. C. L. ; Vice- Chancellors: Hon. Oliver Mowat, Hon. John G. 
Spragge ; Master, Andrew N. Buel ; Taxing Ofl&cer, Geo. Hemmings ; 
Accountant, Robert John Turner ; Registrar and Reporter, Alexander 
Grant; l^pecial Examiners, John Hector, Q. C., and William Vynne 
Bacon ; Usher, John Oliver. 

Court of Common Pleas. — Chief Justice, Hon. Wm. B. Richards; 
Puisne Judges, Hon. Adam Wilson, Hon. John Wilson ; Clerk of the 
Crown and Pleas, M. B. Jackson ; Reporter, S. J. Vankoughnet ; Clerk 
of the Process, Alan Cameron ; Crier and Usher, Daniel Connell. 

Practice Court and Chambers. — Chambers are held each day in 
Law by the Judges of the Courts, and in Chancery by Thomas Ward- 
law Taylor, whose decisions are made subject to the opinion of the 
Judges, for such business relating to suits therein as may be transacted 
by a single Judge out of Court. Clerk, Common Law, William B. 
Heward — Chancery, John Black. 

Heir and Devisee Commission. — Commissioners, the Judges of 
the Courts of Queen's Bench, Chancery, and Common Pleas, and such 
other persons as may be appointed by commission under the Great Seal. 
Clerk, William B. Heward. 

Recorder's Courts. — In the Cities of Toronto, Hamilton, London, 
Kingston and Ottawa, the Recorder's Court takes the place of the 
County Sessions, the Justices for Counties having no jurisdiction in the 
Cities, the care of which is confided to the Recorder, Mayor, Aldermen, 
and Police Magistrates of each. 

Recorders, George Duggan, Toronto ; James O'Reilly, Kingston ; 
John E. Start, Hamilton ; Wm. Horton, London ; J. B. Lewis, Ottawa. 



10 



CITY OF HAMILTON 



Insolvent Debtor's Courts. — The County Judge in each County 
presides. 

Division Courts. — For the summary disposal of cases by a Judge ; 
but a jury of five persons may be demanded in certain cases. Courts 
are held once in two months in each Division, or oftener, at the dis- 
cretion of the Judge. The Divisions are established by the Courts of 
Quarter Sessions. 

Clerks of Assize. — Clerks of Assize, the Deputy Clerks of the 
Crown are ex officio Clerks of Assize and Marshals in their respective 
Counties. In the Home Counties the Chief Clerks of the two C(JUrts 
officiate alternately. W. Campbell, Clerk of Assize. 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown. — The Clerks of the County Courts 
will be ex officio Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Pleas of their several 
Counties, as the present incumbents vacate by death or otherwise. 

Deputy Masters and Kegistrars in Chancery. —These officers 
are appointed by the Court for each County, as occasion requires. 

Clerks op the Process. — For sealing and if suing (alternately) all 
writs ot summons in the Queen's Bench and Common Pleas — Alan 
Cameron. The Deputy Clerks of the Crown in the several Counties 
also, in like manner, issue writs for their respective Counties. 



ClRCriTS OF THE COURTS. 

Law Circuits. — The Circuits are held twice a year in each County, 
between Hilary and Easter Terms, and between Trinity and Michaelmas 
Terms, except in the City of Toronto and United Counties of York and 
Peel, where there are three in each year. 

There are six Circuits, as follows, viz : 

The Eastern.— Perth, Cornwall, Ottawa, L'Original, Brockville, 
Kingston. 

Home. — Niagara, Hamilton, Barrie, Owen Sound, Milton, Welland, 

Western. — St, Thomas, Sandwich, Sarnia, Chatham, London, 
Goderich. 

Midland.— Whitby, Peterborough, Cobourg, Belleville, Picton, 
Lindsay. 

Oxford. — Simcoe, Brantford, Guelph, Berlin, Stratford, Wood- 
stock, Cayuga. 

Toronto and York and Peel. — Toronto. 



DIRECTORY. • 11 

Chancery Circuits for the Examination of "Witnesses and Hearing 
Causes, are held in the Spring and Fall of each year, as follows : 

Toronto. — Toronto. 

Home. — Whitby, Barrie, Hamilton, Niagara, Brantford, Guelph. 

Western. — Simcoe, London, Chatham, Sandwich, Sarnia, Goderich, 
Woodstock. 

Eastern. — Ottawa, Cornwall, Brockville, Kingston, Belleville, 
Cobourg. 

County Court and Quarter Sessions Sittings.— For the trial 
of issues' in fact, and the assessment of damages, on the second Tues- 
day in March^ June, September and December in each year. 



COURTS. 



Superior Court Tersis. — Hilary Term, first Monday in February , 
Easter Term, third Monday in May ; Michaelmas Term, third Monday 
in November. 

County Court and Quarter Sessions. — A. Logic, Judge ; S. 
H. Ghent, Clerk. Sittings, second Tuesday in March, June, Septem- 
ber and December. 

Recorder's Court. — Presided over by J. E, Start, Recorder of 
the City. Sessions are held on the first Monday in March, June and 
September, and the third Monday in December. — Thomas Beasley, 
Clerk. 



The DiTision Courts of the County of Wentworth. 

First Division Court, Hamilton, Wm. Griffin, Hamilton. Second 
Division Court, Dundas, A. F. Begue, Dundas. Third Division 
Court, Waterdown, J. McMonies,Waterdown. Fourth Division Court, 
Rockton, W. McDonald, Rockton. Fifth Division Court, Stoney 
Creek, J. J. Bradley, Stoney Creek. Sixth Division Court, Ancaster, 
L. A. Gurnett, Ancaster. Seventh Division Court, Glanford, J. At- 
kinson, Glanford. Eighth Division Court, Binbrook, H. Hall, Bin* 
brook. 



liaw liist. 

For list of practicing Barristers and Attorneys, see Hamilton Classi- 
fied Business Directory. 



12 CITY OF HAMILTON 



CITY GOYERNBIENT, 1868. 

Hamilton was incorporated a City on the 1st January, 1847. It is 
divided into five wards, which are bounded as follows : — St. Lawrence 
ward is bounded on the north by Burlington Bay, on the east by city 
limits, on the south by King street, and on the west by John Street; St. 
Patrick's ward on the north by King Street, on the east by city limits, 
an the south by the mountain, and on the west by John Street ; St. 
George's Ward on the north by King Street, on the east by John Street, 
on the south by the mountain, and on the west by city limits ; St. 
Andrew's Ward on the north by Burlington Bay, on the east by John 
Street, on the south by King Street, and on the west by McNab street; 
St, Mary's Ward on the north by Burlington Bay, on the east by Mc- 
Nab street, on the south by King street, and on the west by city limits. 

The Common Council which is elected annually on the first Monday 
in January, is composed of fifteen members, three aldermen for each 
ward, 

CITY COUNCIL, 1868. 

Council meets once in two weeks, on Mondays, at 7^ p. m. Hutch- 
inson Clark, Mayor, 

*S'^ Andrew's Ward. — Robert Chisholm, Hutchinson Clark, William 
Farmer. 

St. Georges Ward. — George Murison, Joseph Lawson, John Mit- 
chell. 

St. Lawrence Ward. — Robert Kelly, William Turnbull, Patrick 
Crawford. 

St. Mary's Ward. — Kenny Fitzpatrick, William Edgar, George 
Sharpe. 

St. Patrick's Ward. — James E. O'Rielly, James Mullin, Joseph 
Kendall. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Board of TFor/cs, Board of Health and Parks. — Chairman, Aid. 
Murison ; Aid, Mullin, Chisholm, Fitzpatrick, Turnbull. 

Market, Fire, License and Police. — Chairman, Aid. Edgar ; Aid. 
Mullin, Chisholm, Murison and Kelly. 

Hospital, House of Refuge, Crystal Palace. — Chairman, Aid. Fitz- 
patrick ; Aid. Crawford, Farmer, Mitchell, and Kelly. 

Water TTor^s.— Chairman, Aid. O'Reilly ; Aid. Farmer, Edgar, 
Crawford and Mitchell. 



DIRECTORY. 13 

Gaol. — Chairman, Aid. Chisholm ; Aid, Kendall, Turnbull, Fitz- 
patrickj Lawson, Mitchell, Edgar. 

Finance and Printing. — Chairman, Aid. Lawson ; Aid. Chisholm, 
O'Reilly, Sharpe, Kelly. 

Crystal Palace, Provincial Show, and Barracks, — Aid. O'Reilly, 
chairman ; Aid. Crawford, Sharpe, Farmer and Murison. 

The Court of Revision consists of the same members as the Finance 
Committee. . 



orFICERS OF THE CORPORATION. 

Police Magistrate James Cahill. 

City Clerh Thomas Beasley. 

Chamberlain ..Robert W. Kerr. 

High Bailiff James McCracken. 

License Inspector .John Moore. 

3Ianager of Water Works , William Haskins. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures Samuel McNair. 

Tax Collector Alexander Stuart. 

City Messenyer Charles Smith. 

Police Commissioners. — John E. Start, Recorder ; James Cahill, 
Police Magistrate, and the Mayor. 

Police Department. — The Police Court is held at the Police Court 
Room, James Street, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 9 a.m. 

James Cahill, Police Magistrate ; Ralph Davis, Chief of Police ; 
Robert Graham, Sergeant ; William West, Joseph Kavenagh, William 
Strongman, Mathew Logan, Robert Holmes, William Stuart, Alexander 
McMenemy, William McMenemy, David Wark, John McFadden, John 
Bothwell, John Mulholland, John Campbell, Peter Ferris, J. McElroy, 
John Baine, Policemen ; John B. Rousseaux, Detective. 

City Coroners. — Harcourt B. Bull, J. W. Rosebrugh, M. D., David 
Mackintosh, M. D., Edwin Henwood, M. D. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge, Alex. Logic; Sheriff, E. Cartwright Thomas; Attorney, S. 
B. Freeman ; Clerk of the Peace, S. B. Freeman ; Clerk of the County 
Court and Deputy Clerk of the Crown, S. H. Ghent; Registrar, J. H. , 
Greer, Hamilton ; Registrar of Surrogate, Geo. Rolph, Dundas. 

County Officers appointed by the County Council for 1868. — Warden, 
R. R. Waddell, Stoney Creek ; Treasurer, James Kirkpatrick, Hamil- 
ton ; Clerk, G. S. Counsell, Hamilton ; Auditors, J. W. Kerr and J. B, 
Looney ; Engineer, D. C. O'Keefe, Hamilton; 



14 CITY OP HAMILTON 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS. 

MUNICIP. SUPT. ADDKEStWS. 

Ancaster Kev- John Lees Ancaster; 

Barton ..Rev- G- A- Bull Ryckman's Corners. 

Beverly Rev- Jno. Porteous Kirkwall. 

Saltfleet l Rev- Geo- Cheyne Tapley Town. 

East Flamboro' Rev- R- N- Grant Waterdown. 

West Flamboro' . . . .Rev- Alex. McLean ^..Strabane. 

Glanford Rev- Thos- D- Pearson Glanford- 

TOWNSHIP OFFICERS, REEVES AND DEPUTY REEVES FOR 1868. 
REEVES AND DEPUTY REEVES. 

MUNICIPALITIES. EBEVES. DEPUTY KEEVBS. 

Ancaster Alonzo Egleston John Heslop. 

Barton R. R. Waddell Thos. Lawry. 

Beverley,..,. John Clement John Malcolm and Wm. 

Nisbet. 

Binbrook Dr. Walter McKay.,,, 

E. Flamboro .,, Thomas Stock Mathew Burna. 

W. Flamboro Dr. Thomas Miller. , . , Mathew Peebles. 

Glanford Dr. Alex: Bethune 

Saltfleet A. G. Jones A. D. Lee. 

Dundas Philip McMahon Geo. Bickell. 

TOWN AND TOWNSHIP CLERKS AND TREASURERS. 

Township of Ancaster, Wm. A. Cooley, Clerk and Treasurer, An- 
caster ; Township of Barton, J. H. Burkholder, clerk, Bartonville ; 
Michael Aikman, Treasurer, Hamilton ; Township of Beverley, Wal- 
lace McDonald, Clerk, Rockton ; Benony Cornell, Treasurer, Rockton. 
Township of Binbrook, John Brown, jr., Clerk, Halls Corners; 
Abram Swayze, Treasurer, Halls Corners. Township of Flamboro E. 
John P. Stock, Clerk, Waterdown ; William Stuart, Treasurer, Water- 
down. Township of Flamboro West, Joseph Snasdell, Clerk, Greens- 
ville; Kenneth Wishart, Treasurer, West Flamboro. Township of 
Glanford, Thomas Choate, Clerk and Treasurer, North Glanford. 
Township of Saltfleet, Ransom R. Smith, Clerk, Winoni ; Wm. H. 
Jones, Treasurer, Stoney Creek. Town of Dundas, Edwin Wood- 
house Clerk, R. W. Suter, Treasurer. 



EDUOATIOJTAI.. 

United Board of Common and Grammar School TVus/ces.— Chair- 
man, James Cummings. 




CENTRAL SCHOOL. 



DIRECTORY. 17 



COMMON SCHOOL BOARD. 



St. Andrew's Ward. — Wm. Chisholm, Joseph Lister. 
St. George's Ward. — John Webber, James Osborne. 
St. Lawrence Ward. — James Mathews, George Coumbe. 
St. Marys Ward. — David McKinnon, Joseph Fielding. 
St. Patrick's Ward. — Esau Webber, James Cummings. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOARD. 

Thos. White, Jr., F. W. Fearman, W. L. Billings, M.D., W. T. 
Sunley, John Field, J. W. Rosebrugh, M. D. 

Principal of Common Schools, Archibald Macallum, M.A. ; Superin- 
tendeot. Rev. William Ormiston, D.D. , Secretary, Thomas Beasley. 

Grammar School. — Corner of Maiden Lane and Caroline Streets. 
Its trustees are six in number. Head master. J. M. Buchan, M. A., 
second master, E. G. Patterson, M. A.; English master, Thomas Mc- 
Kee. 

Central School. — (See Engraving.) Archibald Macallum, M. A., 
Principal. — This school was established in 1853, and has an average 
attendance of 1,100 pupils. Sessions commence first Mondays in Janu- 
ary and Angust. The charge is a monthly fee of twenty-five cents, for 
which, besides tuition, all books, stationery, &c., are provided. In con- 
nection with the Central are nine Primary or Ward Schools, all under 
the immediate charge and direction of the Principal, assisted by 44 
teachers. There is a library in connection with the school, containing 
1,400 volumeSj to which the pupils have free access. 

list of teachers, COMMON SCHOOLS. 

A. Macallum, M. A., James B. Gray, Richard Cranfield, P. L. 
Spencer, Misses Margaret Irvine, Isabella Henderson, J. S. Atkinson, 
Lilias Bell, Aggie Crawford, Alice Duncan, Eliza Irvine, Jemima Hen- 
derson, Mary Morton, Mary Henry, Rebecca Henry, Isabella Winlaw, 
Janette McKay, Helen Robbins, Jessie Fairgrieve, Christina McKay, 
Helen Armstrong, Martha Cartmel, Sarah Scobie, Amelia Cuisack, 
Charlotte Harbottle, Annie H. Mills, Lizzie Crawford, Margaret Irwin, 
Helen Green, M. Green, Eleanor White, Jane Kennedy, Margaret 
Crawford, Kate Nixon, Aggie Fairgrieve, B. DeCou, Bella McDonald, 
A. Somerville, S. Bennetto, M. Moore, M. Forster, M. Harbottle, E. J. 
West, Aggie Mathews, Clara Robbins. 

Roman Catholic Schools. — There are three separate Schoo Is in 
Hamilton, under tho control of the Catholic Church ; one in St. 
Mary's, one in St. Patrick's, and one in St. Lawrence Ward. 

The Park Street School is under the charge of the Sisters of St. 
Joseph, assisted by a Lay Master for the advanced male department. 
Average No. of pupils, 400. 

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18 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Teachers in Peel Street School, Mr. Doyle, Principal ; Miss Magan 
and Mrs. Cusack, Assistants. Average No. of pupils, 250. 

John Street School is also under the charge of the Sisters of St. 
Joseph. Average No. of pupils, 130. 

Local Superintendent, — Rev, Father Bardeau, 

Trustees. — Rev. Father Heenan, Chairman ; M. Fitzpatrick, Sec- 
and Treas. ; Wm. Harris, Theophilus Filgiano, J. H- Hogan, J, Burns) 
F. Freeman, W. 11. Lanphier, Jas. Wallace, Thomas Clohecy, 



UPPER CANADA INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

This Institution established in 1858 has been lately removed to 
Dundurn Castle, the property of the late Sir Allan Macaab. Ihis valu- 
able estate comprises about thirty-five acres of land, the buildiogs, out- 
houses, lodge?., terraces, lawns, &c., cost $175,000- The resident 
superintendent expended a great deal of money in the repairs necessary 
to render the building tenantable, not having been occupied for four years. 
The establishment is now in every respect second to none ; every atten- 
tion being given to the comfort of its inmates. It is kept extremely 
neat and clean, and the grounds are put in first-class order. There 
are 65 deaf mutes attending the Institute at present. It is supported 
by grants from County Councils, and a charge of $100 per annum for 
board and tuition for every pupil whose parents are able to pay. 

Board of Commissioners. — Rev. Dr. Ormiston, Chairman, Rev. E. 
Ryerson, Judge Logic, the Mayor, E. Stinson, John McKeown, George 
Eyal, M. D., Sec'y of the Board of Medical Superintendents; J. B, 
McGann, Resident Superintendent ; James T. Watson, J. J, G. Terrill, 
instructors, 

WESLE TAN FEMALE COLLEGE, 

This Institution, designed for the education of young ladies, is under 
the patronage of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada, and man- 
aged by a Board of Directors, of which Edward Jackson, Esq., is 
President; Dr. C, McQuesten, Vice-President; Joseph Lister, Esq., 
Treasurer ; Rev. S. D. Rice, Secretary, 

The course of education begins with the rudiments of English, and 
is extended to the highest department of study in the arts, music and 
science. Cost of graduation from $143 to $275 per annum. 

Faculty of Instruction. — Rev. S. D, Rice, Governor ; Miss M. E. 
Adams, Principal ; Rev, W, P. Wright, Augusta M. Adams, Miss A. 
L, Mason, Miss Maria 0. Allen, Miss Ellen Hardie. 

German. — Rev. G Goepp, B. A. 

French. — Madeiaoiselle S. Higgs. 

Fine arts. — Misses Ellithorpe and Reid. 

Music. — R. S. Ambrose, Esq., Professor of music ; Miss Bray, Misa 
Patterson, and Miss Foster, assistants in musio. 




POST OFFICE. 



DIRECTORY 21 

LORETTO CONVENT. 

Mount St. Mary, Hamilton, Ont. Seminary for the Education of 
Young Ladies, under the superintendence of the Ladies of Loretto. 
Mount St. Mary's Convent was established, September 14th, 1866, 
and is situated on King street west, in a very pleasant situation. 
It is conducted by the Ladies of Loretto, Mother M. Stanislaus, 
Superioress. A separate free school is about being attached for 
girls. The grounds have lately been extended, and very much 
improved ; the building also is about to be enlarged. In the 
Convent Young Ladies are taught all the branches of an English Educa- 
tion, Music, Foreign Languages, Painting, Drawing, &c, A large 
number attend the Convent already, notwithstanding its recent establish- 
ment, the average number of select pupils, (not including the separate 
school,) being about 100. 



MAMIETOX POST OFFICE. 

((See Engraving.) 

The Post Office building is situated on James street, opposite Mer- 
rick. This handsome edifice is built of free stone, and the celebrated 
Ohio stone. It was erected and completed by the Government in 1856 
and was taken possession of by the present Postmaster, Edmund Ritchie 
Fsq., on the 6th of March of that year. The building is three stories 
in height, about 75 feet square, and furnishes ample accommodation for 
Post Office purposes and the Postmaster's residence. 

Edmund Ritchie, Postmaster, Frederick E. Ritchie, Ass. Postmaster, 
Henry Colbeck, Money Order Clerk. 

Clerks. — Charles Howard, Alfred Crisp, J. B. Eager, Henry A. 
Eager, George Armstrong, Thomas Burns, James Gordon. 

Andrew Burns, Messenger ; Benjamin Dunnett, Letter-Carrier. 



BA?iKS. 

Bank op British North America. — Head Office, London, Eng- 
land. Capital £1,000,000 stg. Hamilton Branch office. King, south 
side, between James and Hughson streets. W. N. Anderson, Mana- 
ger ; Jas. S. Lockie, Accountant; Wm. Notman, teller; George M. 
Morris, Discount Clerk; Oswald Weir, and Alex. L. Dewar, clerks. 
Agencies at Halifax, N. S., and at St. Johns, N. B. Foreign branches, 
New York, California, San Francisco, British Columbia, Victoria and 
Barkerviile. 

Bank op Montreal. — Head office, Montreal. Hamilton branch, 
W. J. Bachanan, manager; F. J. Tate, accountant; F. C. Minty, 
teller; F. Macnider, ledger keeper; F. W. Ball, discount clerk ; M. 
Keefer, K. C. Patterson, W. A. Thompson, C. G. Dyett, Clerks. John 



22 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Scott, Messenger. Office hours, 10 a. m., to 3 p. m» Capital 
$6,000,000. 

Merchants' Bank of Canada. — Head office, Montreal. Capital, 
$6,000,000. Jackson Rae, Cashier. Hamilton Branch office, corner 
James and Main Streets, James Bancroft, Manaj^er ; Charles Crook- 
hall, accountant ; H. McCutcheon, teller ; E. A. Petrie, ledger keeper. 

Ontario Bank.— Capital $2,000,000. Hon. John Simpson, Presi- 
dent ; David Fisher, Cashier. Manager Hamilton Branch, Robert 
Milroy; Accountant, C. C. Holland; Teller, W. H. Holland; Ledger 
Keeper, H. W. M. Simons ; Messenger^ W; Bennett. Offices, Mc- 
Innes' Block, corner of King and John Streets. 

Royal Canadian Bank. — An agency of this Bank was established 
in Hamilton during 1866. The office is in the Canada Life Assurance 
Company's Buildmgs. Head Office, Toronto. Capital, $2,000,000. 
James Metcalfe, Esq., President ; Thomas Woodside, Esq., Cashier. 
Hamiltoh Agency, Henry McKinstry, Esq., Agent ; J. Macdonald, 
teller ; J. Ellis Lanceley, accountant. J. B. McKenzie, discount 
clerk. 

Canadian Bank of Commerce. — A branch office of this bank was 
established in Hamilton, Jan. 1st, 1868. The office is in Mclnnes' 
Block, corner of K\Dg and John Streets. Head Office, Toronto. 
Hamilton branch, Charles R. Murray, Manager ; W. Roberts, account- 
ant ; E. Mitchell, teller ; E. B. Walker, discount cterk ; H.R. Skinner, 
junior discount clerk, John Cousins, messenger. 



I]\SIIKA]\^CE COMPANIES. 

Canada Life Assurance Company. — Established 1847. Capital 
$1,000,000. Incorporated by special Act of Parliament. Head office, 
hamilton, Ont. President, John Young, Esq., Vice-President, John 
Ferric, Esq. Board of Directors, T. Bickle, Esq., Hamilton ; Hon. W. 
P. Howland, C. B., Lieut. -Governor of Ontario, Toronto ; E. C. 
Thomas, Esq., Hamilton; James Hamilton, M. D., Dundcis; John 
Young, Esq., Hamilton; James Osborne, Esq., Hamilton ; T. C. Kerr, 
Esq., Hamilton ; R. Juson, Esq., Hamilton ; F. W. Gates, Esq., Ham- 
ilton ; G. H. Gillespie, Esq., Hamilton ; Rev. G. M. Innes, Quebec ; 
D. Mclnnes, Esq., Hamilton ; John Ferrie, Esq., Hamilton ; G. J. 
Forster, Esq., Hamilton ; Hon. J. H. Cameron, Toronto ; T. C. Street, 
Esq., Niagara; N. Merrick, Esq., St. 'Catharines ; Richard Eaton, 
Esq., Montreal. Manager, A. G. Ramsay, Esq., F. I. A., Ham- 
ilton. General Agents, T. W. Marling and N. H. Davis. 

Victoria Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Canada. — Incorpora- 
ted under Cap. 52, Consolidated Statutes, Upper Canada. Head 
office, corner of Main and James Streets, Hamilton, Ont. The business 
is conducted strictly on the Mutual principle, with annual assessments, 




MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA. 



DIRECTORY. 25 

and only a small cash payment at the time of insuring. Board of Dir- 
ectors: — Geo. H. Mills, Esq., President; Levi Lewis, Esq., Vice-Pre- 
sident; Alex. Brown, Esq., James Calder, Esq., Pecer Carroll, Esq., 
James Cummings, Esq., Jacob H. Fisher, Esq., Robt. Gibbons, Esq., 
M. P. P., Henry Hall, Esq.. Thos. Lottridge, Esq., Geo. Murison, Esq., 
Thos, Mcllwraith, Esq-, Joseph Rymal, Esq., M.P., Samuel B- Wylie, 
Esq., A. J. Wood, Esq., W. D. Booker, Esq., secretary and treasurer. 
Canada Farmers^ Mutual Insurance Company, — Thomas Stock, 
Esq., President, East Flamboro' ; Wiiliam Macklem, Esq., Vice-Presi- 
dent, Barton. Directors : John Weir, Esq., West Flamboro' ; J. D. 
Lafferty, Esq., East Flamboro' ; Robert Christie, Esq., Beverly ; John 
Walton, Esq., Peterboro' ; William Burrell, Esq., Onondaga ; Richard 
P. Street, Esq., Secretary and Treasurer, Hamilton ; W. A, Cooley, 
Esq., Inspector. Auditors : David Wright, Esq., Hamilton ; Hugh 
Innes, Esq-, Dundas. 



INSrRAXCE AGENCIES. 

(^See Classified Business Directory.) 



HAMIIiTON FIRE BRIGA1>E. 

Managing Committee. — J. A. P. McKenna, Chief Engineer ; W. H. 
Robinson, 1st Asst. Engineer ; Alex. McKay, 2nd Asst. Engineer ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, Jas. Amor, composed of the above, with three 
officers from each Company. 

Ontario Hook and Ladder Co. — Capt. Wm. Amor; 1st Lieut., Jno. 
Edwards ; 2nd Lieut., Jas. Hamilton ; 3rd Lieut., Jas. Amor ; Secre- 
tary, Jas. Hill ; Treasurer, H. Reddings. No. of members 20. 

Phoenix Hose Co. No. 1. — Engine House cor. Merrick and McNab 
streets. Capt. Jas. Amor ; 1st Lieut., Robt. Blair ; 2nd Lieut., Jas. 
Cuznor ; Secretary, Fred. AVest; Treasurer pro. tern., Jas. Amor. 
No. of members 15. 

Cataract Hose Co., No. 2. — Engine House, St. Lawrence Hall, King 
William Street. Capt., Lewis Hancock; 1st Lieut., John Amoy ; 2nd 
Lieut.; Wm. Allen ; Secretary, W. Creech ; Treasurer,^Edward Clay- 
ton. No. of members 15. 

Rescue Hose Company, No 3. — Engine House, Napier, near Bay 
street. Capt- Austin Sweetman, 1st Lieut. Chas. Hurton, 2nd Lieut. 
Stephen Jenkins^ Secretary, Jas. Porteous, Treasurer John Johnson. 
Number of members, 15. 

Neptune Hose Company, No 4. — Engine House, Walnut, near Main 
street. Capt. Geo. Gilmore ; 1st Lieut. Thos. Reid ; 2nd Lieut. John 
Childs ; Secretary, Samuel Robins; Treasurer, Thos. Hill. Number of 
men, 15. 

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DIRECTORY. 29 

The building is occupied by the Victoria Mutual Insurance Co., and 
law and other offices. 

St. George's Society BuiLDiNft. — The rooms of this Society are 
on Macnab street, east side, between King and Main streets. 

The Churches, Schools, Colleges, Post Office, Custom House, and 
Asylums may be referred to from the index. 



Church of England. — Under a canon of the Synod of Toronto, 
Hamilton, which had been one parish, was divided in 1859, into three 
separate territorial parishes, viz., that of Christ Church, of the Church 
of the Ascension, and that of St. Thomas Church. 

Christ Church. — The congregation of this church was organized 
about 1835, and a church edifice erected in 1837. Rev. J. G. Geddes 
has been in charge of this parish for thirty-three years. The Rev. Dr. 
Neville has recently accepted the appointment to St. Thomas Church, 
and his successor as Curate of Christ Church will be the Rev. T. S. 
Cartwright, of Bartonville. A commencement was made some years 
since for the erection of a large and handsome church on the site of the 
old church. This new addition forms at present a part of the former 
church, and cost already about twenty thousand dollars. The edifice, 
when completed, is estimated to cost about 670,000. That portion 
already put up is very handsomely finished, and has elegantly designed 
stained glass windows. Sunday Services at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Holy 
communion on Principal Festivals, and on the first Sunday of every 
month. Public Baptisms on the second Sunday of every month, at 3 
p. m. Service on Saints' Days and every Wednesday and Friday during 
lent. 

The Church of the Ascension, (^See Engraving.) — Stands in a very 
prominent position upon a plot of ground bounded by Maria, Upper 
John, and Hannah streets. It was opened for divine service in June, 
1851, the Rector of the church and parish attached, is the Rev. John 
Hebden, M. A. The parish was erected under a canon of the synod of 
the diocese of Toronto, in 1859. The site en which the church im- 
mediately stands, was the gift of Richard Juson, Esq., late of Hamilton, 
an addition was made to the site by the purchase of an adjoining lot, on 
which a school house has been erected. The church is built of native 
stone, after designs by Messrs. Cumberland & Storm, Architects, of 
Toronto. It is in cruciform shape, with tower in the N.E. angle. Size 
of church, 76 x 4-6 ; of transepts, 23 x 11 ; of chancel, 12 x 26 ; di- 
mensions of tower, 13 X 13 ; height of tower, (which is unfinished) 70 
feet; number of sittings, 700. The tower contains a peal of five bells, 
from the celebrated foundry of the Messrs. xMears, of Whitechapel, 
London, England. Total cost of the church, about $18,000. Services 
at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. 



30 CITY OF HAMILTON 

CImrch of St. Thomas. — Stands iu the east ead of the city, oa 
Emerald street, near corner of Wilson street. It was erected in 1856, 
and was at first a chapel of ease to Christ Church, afterwards made a 
parish church, when the city was divided into parishes, in 1859. The 
style of the church is Norman, or what is called early English, and has 
a very neat and tasteful appearance. It is built of frame, stuccoed, with 
nave, chancel, vestry and bell turret. Size of church, 70 x 36 feet, ir- 
respective of the chancel ; number of sittings, 400. The interior of the 
building is neatly finished, and the triple window in the chancel is partly 
of stained glass, cost of the church, about §1750. Service every 
Sunday, at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Present 
Rector, the Rev. Dr. Neville, late Curate of Christ Church. 

>S'^ John's Church. — This is a temporary place of worship, situated 
on the corner of King and Queen streets. Permission to use it for 
Divine Service was granted originally by the late lamented John Mills, 
Esq. The present Minister is the Rev. J. G. D. McKenzie, M. A., 
who has been connected with the Church for nearly eight years. 
During that period the building has been twice enlarged at Mr. Mills' 
expense. It will contain 160 persons. In connection with the Church 
there is a flourishing Sunday School, numbering 130 children, with an 
average attendance of between 80 and 90. The work of the school is 
conducted by a Superintendent, a Librarian, and ten Teachers. 

PRESBYTEKIAN CHURCHES. 

St. Andrevj's Church. — Church of Scotland (See Engraving.^ The 
congregation in connection with this church was originally formed in the 
year 1833. For a time after the formation, worship was conducted in 
the Court House, Prince's Square. 

The Rev. Alex. Gale was the first minister, who was called from the 
pastoral oversight of Amhertsburg to undertake that of Hamilton. At 
this period Hamilton was within the bounds of the Presbytery of York, 
and it was not till toward the end of 1836 that the Synod constituted 
the Presbytery of Hamilton, which was to comprise the Niagara, Lon- 
don, Gore and Western districts. Mr. Gale, seceded in 1844, and was 
succeeded in the pastorate by the Rev. Alexander Mackid, who was 
inducted to the congregation in January, 1846. Mr. Mackid at the 
same time also ministered to Saltfleet, Dundas and Ancaster. Mr. 
Mackid demitted his charge in Jane, 1848, and accepted that of 
Goderich. 

In October, 1850, the Rev. Daniel Macnee became the minister, and 
after labouring in the Province for three years, returned to Scotland. — 
During the incumbency of these clergymen, the congregation worshipped 
in the wooden structure which now stands on Maiden Lane and Charles 
street, which had at various times undergone enlargement. 

In 1853 the induction of the present minister, the Rev. Robt. Burnet, 
took place, and shortly after the coDgregation agreed to ereot the present 




BT. ANDREW'S CHURCH. 



DIRECTORY. 33 

St. Andrew's Church on James Street. The foundation stone was laid 
in 1855 by John Young, Esq., Trustee and Senior Elder of the Church 
The erection was completed in 1857, and on the Sth of March of that 
year was opened by the Rev. Dr. Mathieson, of Montreal, and the Eev. 
Professor Weir, Queen's College, Kingston. 

The main portion of the building is of mountain stone, of plain 
dressed work : the tower and spire, together with the doorways and 
other ornamental portions are of Cleveland stone, of smooth finish. It 
is strengthened throughout by massive buttresses, which give a very 
substantial character to the exterior. The principal entrance is from 
James street, by a doorway of most elegant proportions, wrought in an 
elaborate manner; there is a doer also on either side. The spire is 198 
feet from the level of the side-walk to the finale stone, and eight more 
to the top of the vane. The tower is a handsome and lofty pile of 
masonry, tastefully ornamented with carved canopies and pinnacles. 
This portion of the work was done by George Worthington, Esq. The 
carpenter and joiner work is of the finest description. The gallery is 
supported by oak cluster-columns, with carved capitals. It will seat 
1000, and is 110 X 64 feet. On each side are five handsome gothic 
windows, glazed with diamond-shaped stained glass, imported expressly 
from Messrs. Chance and Sons, of Birmingham, except a portion from 
the establishment of C. March, Esq., of Toronto. The seats, both above 
and below are well arranged and convenient. They are all grained, oak 
pattern, except the cappings which are solid oak. The pulpit is very 
handsomely ornamented with carved work. Two hot air furnaces are 
used to heat the building. There is a large basement story under the 
whole, which is used as a Sunday Schoolroom. 

The carpenter work was executed by Messrs. Simpson & Son, of 
Hamilton. 'Ihe painting by Mr, Robertson. The glazing by Mr. 
Toms, and the plastering by Messrs. Mercer & Mclver. The whole, 
the design of the late Mr. Thomas, Architect of Toronto. The build- 
ing cost about fourty-four thousand dollars. Services at 11 a. m. and 
7 p. m. 

Knox Church (^Canada Preshyterian) — Corner of James and Henry 
Sts. — This is the oldest Presbyterian congregation in the city. It was 
organized in the year 1833, under the name of St, Andrew's Church, as 
a congregation of " the Presbyterian Church in Canada in connection 
with the Church of Scotland." Its first pastor was the Rev. Alex. 
Gale, who afterwards removed to Toronto, and its first place of worship 
wa3 a small building on the site of the present St. Andrew's Church. 
The disruption in Scotland in 1843 having been followed in July, 1844, 
by the disruption of the Synod in Canada and the formation of the 
Synod of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, otherwise known as the 
Free Church, Mr. Gale and the large majority of his congregation 
decided to connect themselves with the latter body. By this act the 
congregation found their right to the place of worship disputed, and to 



34 CITY OP HAMILTON 

prevent interrupiton and litigation, tliey resolved in November of the 
same year to abandon it. For a short time they occupied the Secession 
Church and afterwards a Methodist Church on John Street, through 
the courtesy and kindness of the Trustees of these congregations. 
Their present place of worship vras completed in the year 1846, and has 
since, during a period of 21 years, been occupied by the congregation, 
under the designation of Knox's Church. As then completed, it was 
a substantial edifice of cut stone,in the Roman style of architecture, and 
capable of accommodating at least 800 persons.- In the year 1847, Mr. 
Gale removed to Toronto to resume the duties of his professorship in 
Knox College, and the Rev- Ralph Robb was soon afterwards settled 
over the congregation as his successor. Mr. Robb was removed by 
death in 1850, and the Rev. George Patton Young was called to be his 
successor. In 1853, Mr. Young removed to Toronto to fill the position 
of Professor in Exegetics, &c., in Knox College. In the following year 
the Rev. Robert Irvine, D. D., was called to the vacant congregation, 
and accepted the charge. It was now in a very flourishing condition, 
and the Church so full that it was deemed advisable for a number of 
families to separate from Knox Church and form a new congregation. 
The result was the organization of McNab street Presbyterian Church, 
to which the Rev. Dr. Inglis was called as pastor. The congregation of 
Knox Church still continuing large and constantly increasing, it was 
resolved in the year 1856 to enlarge the church by the addition of a 
large transverse wing, running across the whole eastern end. A com- 
modious stone manse, immediately adjoining the church and fronting 
on Henry St., was erected at the same time. The value of the whole 
church property is $25,000, and the church, as thus enlarged, is capable 
of accommodating not less than 1200 persons, and although the style of 
architecture is a little plain and old-fashioned, it is one of the most com- 
fortable in the city. l)r. Irvine having accepted a call to Philadelphia 
in July, 1864, the church again became vacant. In the summer of 
1865, the Rev. A. B. Simpson, its present minister, was called to be- 
come its fifth pastor. Although it has passed through many changes 
and some trials, and although its former members are to be found in all 
parts of this country, and many of them in other churches in this city, 
it is now in a very flourishing condition, numbering more than 350 
families and more than 400 members. 

Hours of Service. — Sabbath School at 9 a.m., John Alexander, 
Superintendent. Service 11 a.m., 6i^p. m. Wednesday evening at 
1^ o'clock. 

The Centnd Preshi/terian Church is situated on the corner of Mc- 
Nab street and Maiden Lane, and was erected in 1857-8 by the con- 
gregation which formerly worshipped on Merrick Street, and which was 
then designated the United Presbyterian Congregation. The building 
is a large elojrant structure of white pressed brick, the front elevation 
surmounted with two turrets. Its length is 126 feet and its width 72, 
and is seated to accommodate 1,500 persons. The basement storey, 




CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 



DIKECTORT. 37 

which is nearly all above ground, is fitted up for Lecture Room and 
Sabbath School Room, Committee Rooms and Pastor's Study. The 
entire cost of house and ground, about 833,000, has been paid by the 
Congregation, which, during the last ten years, has raised for religious 
purposes more than $70,000. 

The Congregation was first organized about 25 years ago. Their 
first Pastor, the Rev. J. Dalrymple, remained but a few years with 
them, leaving behind him a fragrant memory. They next procured 
the services of the Rev, J. Hogg — now of Guelph — who labored faith- 
fully and successfully among them three or four years. In 1856 the 
present pastor, Rev. W. Ormiston, J). D., was settled over them, since 
that time the progress of the Congregation has been marked and most 
encouraging. The membership is now 530. The Sabbath School 
large and prosperous, and all the public services well attended. 

Stated Meetings. — Public Worship, every Sabbath, in summer at 
11 a.m., and 6^ p.m.; in winter, 11 a.m., and 3 p.m. 

Lecture and Congregational Prayer J/ee^iV^^.-'-Wednesday evening 
at Ih o'clock. 

Local Prayer Meetings. — Thursday evening at 7^ o'clock. 

Ordinance of 5apfis??i.— -Administered the first Sabbath in each 
month. 

Ordinance of the Supper, — Observed on the second Sabbath of Janu- 
ary, April, July and October. 

Session Meetings: — On Friday before the first Sabbath of each 
month, at 7 o'clock. 

Sabbath School — Sabbath morning at 9h o'"clock, Mr. H. Young, 
Superintendent. 

Bible Class. — Sabbath mornings at 9^ o'clock, 

Bible Class. — On Sabbath evenings at 7 o'clock. 

•S'. S. Teachers' Prayer Meeting. — Sabbath morning at 9 o'clock. 

S. S. Teachers' Meeting for Revieio of Lessons for the School. — 
Every Wednesday evening at S^ o'clock. 

S. S. Teachers' Meeting for Business. — Quarterly. 

Ojjportunities for Conversation icith the Minister. — Friday from 4 
till 8 p. m. 

Annual 3Ieeting of the Congregation. — Monday, after the second 
Sabbath of January, at Ih o'clock. 

Managers' Meetings. — At the call of the chairman. 

Mission Committee and Collectors. — Last Wednesday of each month 
at 8^ o'clock. 

I'he Seat Letting. — Takes place on the first and second Mondays and 
Thursdays of May and November, from 7 to 9 o'clock each evening. 
All seat rents are payable in advance. 

McNab Street Presbyterian Church. — The congregation now wor- 
shipping in the McNab Street Church was organized in August, 1854, 
with about forty members, divine service being held in the Mechanics' 



3S. CITY OF HAMILTON 

Hall. A commodious house of worship, capable of holding about 400 
persons, was built and opened in February, 1855, and in May of the 
same year the Rev. David Inglis was inducted as their first pastor. It 
was soon found necessary to enlarge the church accommodation, and in 
April, 1856, the foundation stone of the present spacious church was 
laid by the Hon. Isaac Buchanan. It was completed and opened in 
June, 1857. It is built in the gothic style of architecture, of the 
beautiful stone obtained from the mountain in the rear of the- city ; 
it is massive in its structure and commanding in its position. Its 
dimensions are 114 feet in length, including the tower, by 66 in breadth, 
and, with the galleries, will comfortably seat nearly 1300 persons. 

Congregational Church. — Corner of Hughson and Henry Streets. 
The denomination of Christians to which the above Church belongs 
appeared in Great Britain at the early dawn of the Reformation, In Eng- 
land, Ireland, Scotland, the United States, and other parts of the world, 
they have more than seven thousand churches in fellowship with one 
another ; and of churches formed on the same plan, bearing other desig- 
nations, there are at least twenty thousand more. The Congregational 
Church in this city was formed in 1835. The first pastor. Rev. David 
Dyer, now of Albany, N. Y., was sent to this country by the London 
Missionary Society. Under Mr. Dyer's auspices, the old frame church 
which stands to the rear of the lot was erected 30 years ago, and was 
then one of the handsomest churches which Hamilton could boast. 
After Mr. Dyer's removal, the church had Rev. P. W. Wastell, from 
Guelph, as stated supply for one year. Mr, Wastell was succeeded by 
Rev. John Osborne, in whose time the church was not in fellowship 
with the other Congregational Churches in the Province. Shortly after 
the resignation and death of Mr, Osborne, the church was, by voluntary 
consent of the members, dissolved, and a new church formed under the 
pastorate of Rev, R, Robinson, now of Owen Sound, Ont,, who was 
succeeded in 1853 by Rev, Edward Ebbs, now of Aurora, 111., who 
resigned in June, 1858. 

The present pastor. Rev. Thos. Pullar, who was for many years 
minister of the Congregational Church, North Albion Street, Glasgow, 
Scotland, commenced his stated labors in the fall of 1858, and was in- 
ducted into the charge of the church on the 4th of October, when the 
foundation stone of the new church edifice was laid. It is a simple and 
elegant brick building, calculated to seat 450 persons, having a gallery 
at one end, well ventilated and beautifully illuminated. It is fitted up 
with every convenience in the way of school and lecture rooms, vestry, 
&c., and warmed with a very efficient heating apparatus. It has a hand- 
some front and a porch entrance by a flight of steps from Hughson 
street. Internally it is tastefully and commodiously furnished, and is 
well adapted for both speaking and hearing. It is free of debt, the 
last remains of which were cleared away in June, 1865. The congre- 
gation has raised for local and general religious purposes, during the 
last eight years, not less than 18,000 dollars. The following notice of 



DIRECTORY. 39 

the last anniversary, in June, 1866, will indicate the present position of 
this church. 

" The seventh anuiversary of the opening of the Congregatiunal 
Church, Hughson street, and the eighth of the pastorate of the present 
minister, were celebrated by appropriate services on Sabbath, the 24th 
June. No special collections were made, as the church edifice is free of 
debt. A meeting of the members was held in the evening, when, after 
the usual business, the pastor gave an address, on the progress of the 
church, especially during the past year. About a fourth part has been 
added to the membership of last year, and the church has enjoyed peace 
and harmony among themselves and affectionate relations with their 
pastor. 

" On Wednesday evening, the 27th, the annual financial meeting of 
the congregation was held, when it was reported that during the past 
year the sum of §2,030 had been raised by the congregation, being an 
average of more than twenty dollars annually for each contributing mem- 
ber. The two last years have exceeded in amount of contributions and 
general progress any two during the present pastorate except the first, 
when a very large sum was raised to erect a new church edifice. Besides 
a presentation last January of one hundred dollars to the pastor, a hand- 
some permanent addition has been made to his salary. A balance,under 
the head of incidental expenses, of $88, due to the treasurer, was met 
by a contribution on the spot. During this year a Ladies' Working 
Society has been instituted, which is largely attended and productive 
of good results ; and the pastor's Bible Class was attended by 70 per- 
sons. Arrangements were made for increasing the Missionary Fund, 
and the Sabbath School was reported as larger and more prosperous 
than on any former occasion." 

Mr. Wm. Edgar, Superintendent of the Sabbath School. 
Hours of divine service on the Lord's day, from May till October, at 
11 a. m. and at 6^ p. m.; from October to May at 11 a. m., and at 3J 
p. m.; on Thursday evenings at 7^ p. m. Sabbath School, summer at 
2^ p.m., winter 2 p. m. 

Baptist Church. — Organized 23rd December, 18-13. — Kecognition 
services were held at " Thornton's School House," on 7th January, 
1844, when twelve persons were recognized as "the Baptist Church of 
Park Street, Hamilton." Kev. Alfred Booker, one of the twelve, being 
Pastor, he having for twelve previous years been Pastor of the Park 
street Baptist Church, in Nottingham, England. The original chapel 
was 38 X 50 feet, a plain but comfortable brick building, with stone 
basement for Sabbath School, &c., cost over $2,000, and- was completed 
in 1864. Mr. Booker continued the Pastor until his death, which took 
place on .'^'arch 12th, 1867, by the memorable accident at the Bail- 
way Bridge, Desjardins Canal ; he was returning home from holding 
service with a branch church, at the village of Wellington Square. The 
church then numbered nearly one hundred communicants, and was free 
from debt. After Mr. Booker's death the following reverend gentlemen 



40 CITY OF HAMILTON 

successively became pastors of the Churcli : Rev. Jno. Burke, Rev. 
Jno. Bates, Rev. Jno. Crawford, Rev. Freeman G. Brown, Rev. R. J. 
Wilson, In 1862, during Mr. Brown's Pastorate, the chapel was rebuilt 
at a cost of about ^-iOOO ; size 38 >( '''3, with basement and gallery. 
The new front is a very neat specimen of architecture, in semi-Gothic 
style, of pressed brick, with cut stone base, sills, capping and pinnacles. 
Will seat comfortubly 400. Present membership, 164. 

The present Pastor, Rev. Geo. Richardson, commenced his labors 
on the 1st Dec, 1860, and is well settled in the aifections of his charge. 
Public service every Sabbath, at 11 a. m., and 6.30 p. m. 

Sabbath School in the afternoon, at 2.30. Average school attend- 
ance, 272. Week lecture, Tuesday, at 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting, 
Thursday. Business meeting on Wednesday, before the last Sabbath 
in each month, all held at the same hour. 

WESLETAN METHODISTS. 

In the year 1824 the first church erected in the city of Hamilton 
was erected by the Wesleyan Methodists on the corner of King and 
Wellington streets. The building is frame and underwent many im- 
provements during the period of nearly half a century. Lately this church 
has been removed, and is now being replaced by an elegant stone edifice. 
It is intended to have the new building completed early next spring, 
and will cost when finished about ten thousand dollars. In 1833, 
the year of the union of the Canadian Methodist Church with the 
British Conference, the population of Hamilton was but one thousand 
souls, aud the Methodist Church was comprised in one single class, led 
by Mr. David Springer, and under the minisirations of the Rev. James 
Evans, and the Rev. Edwin Ryerson, since deceased. In the early 
part of that year a revival occurred, the membership was increased to 
140, and the first Sabbath School ever established in Hamilton was 
organized in the old King street Church. In 1840, the division be- 
tween the British Methodists and the Canadian Methodists occurred 
and the former at once commenced the erection of the present John 
street Church, securing in the meantime the site of a building which 
had been erected by the American Presbyterians some time previously, 
but which, from troubles arising out of the rebellion, had ceased to be 
used by any denomination. In this they worshipped under the pastor- 
ate of the Rev. John G. Manly, the Rev. Ephraim Evans being Super- 
intendent of the District, until 1841, when the John-street Church 
having been completed, they took formal possession of it. The King- 
street Church Becoming too small for the congregation which continued to 
worship in it, the McNab-street Church was commenced by them, the cor- 
ner stone having been laid in April, 1846, and the walls erected and cover- 
ed in during that and the succeeding year. [This church has been torn 
down during the present season and a part of the material, (the stone) 
is used in the new church now building on King Street East.] In 1847, 



DIRECTORY. 41 

however, the re-union of the British and Canadian Methodists happily 
took place, and as a bond of union, the King street congregation trans- 
ferred themselves to the John street Church, suspending for a time the 
completion of the new building under erection on McNab street. The 
entire Methodist body of the city worshipped at the brick Church until 
1851, when, although galleries had been put into it in the meantime, it 
having become too small, the McNab street Church was completed, and 
finally opened for Divine service on 1st of December of that year. The 
Eevs. John Carrol and John Breden were the first pastors of the new 
Church. About the same time a Bethel Church was erected at the foot 
of Hughson street, the large business done at the Port of Hamilton, in 
those days, warranting the expectation that an important work could be 
there carried on. But the completion and opening of the Great 
Western Railway, affecting as it did seriously the lake business, militat- 
ed against the success of the Bethel Church, and it was abandoned. In 
1859 the John street Church was greatly enlarged, and about the same 
time the old Pioneer Church on King street was rebuilt — that is, so 
much improved as to be entitled to be called so — and re-occupied, and a 
year or two afterwards the Main street Church was erected. 

Centenary Church. — This elegant structure was fully completed and 
opened for divine service last May. The following description of the 
church is taken from the Hamilton Spectator of May 11th, 1868. 

On entering a private door to the basement floor at the north-west 
corner, the committee room is on the left hand, underneath the organ 
gallery ; it is well lighted and beautifully furnished. Turning at a right 
angle a class room is on the right hand, and on the left an 
entrance to the vestry. A private staircase leads from that 
room to the main body of the church. The basement con- 
tains besides the above, two rooms for Sabbath School classes, and a 
Lecture Hall, which contains four hundred sittings. On a platform 
slightly elevated is a superintendent's reading desk. There are four 
windows on the east, and three on the west side, all stained glass. The 
style of woodwork stained and varnished. Two class rooms are entered 
from the south west and south-ecst of the lecture hall. On each side 
of the main door are two lofty windows, the glass stained Arabesque in 
pattern. To the west and east there are two other doors of entrance 
and exit. From the spacious lobby to the right and left flights of 
steps arise — each twenty in number, and eight feet wide, leading to the 
corridor, Here the auditorium is entered. Two narrower flights of 
steps rise from the corridor and conduct to the galleries, one of which 
occupies the south and two narrower galleries the east and west sides. 
There are seven large stained glass windows on each side of the church. 
The glass staining was executed by Mr. McCausland of Toronto. In 
the north, within a spacious aisle, architecturally projected from the 
church, and lighted by two lofty windows, stands the organ, all its parts 
constructed, and the whole built, under the supervision of Mr. T. W. 
White, organ builder, of Hamilton. 

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The two sections of seats nearest the east and west walls are placed 
obliquely to the longitudinal passages. The pulpit platform stands 
only about 40 inches from the floor. The platform is carpeted and 
furnished with sofa and chairs. A reading desk is in front covered with 
silk velvet cushions. A space round the sides and front of the pulpit 
platform is railed in, within which is the communion table. All the 
church floor is carpeted, the seats and backs of the pews, cushioned. 
The galleries in front are painted white^ The sittings are 1600. The 
auditorium is 86 X 68 and 40 feet high. The ceilings are beautifully 
frescoed and present the illusion of massive cornices, deep mouldings 
and panelings. The fresco painting was done by Mozier of Columbus, 
Ohio. 

The external dimensions of the structure are 74 by 111 feet, exclu- 
sive of the projection 22 by 57 feet, within which are the committee 
room and organ gallery. 

The style of architecture is the Kenazance or RomianesquCi The 
fagade is of red pressed brick divided into bays, by octagonal buttresses. 
The buttresses, copes and plinths, which latter extends round the build- 
ing, are of dressed freestone. Messrs. Hill & Son were the architects, 
Messrs. Webber, builders ; Messrs. Sharp & Murison, the carpenters ; 
Messrs. Young & Bro., plumbers and gasfitters ; Messrs, Dow & Bros., 
plasterers ; Mr. Freeborn, the painting, except the frescoe. The 
upholstery work was done under the superintendence of Mr. Morgan, 
from Messrs. Cooper & Go's carriage factory. Church Services, 10 a.m., 
6.30 p.m. Officiating pastors, llev. John Potts. Superintendent, and 
Rev. G. H. Bridgman. The Centenary Church is situated on Main 
street, between James and MoNab streets, in the Hamilton City West 
Circuit. 

Churcli of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception. — (See engrav- 
ing.) — This fine building is of thegothic style of architecture, and was 
designed by the late Mr. Kortum, who unfortunately, died before its 
completion. It is built of red brick, with white brick arches and cut- 
stone facings ; its shape is cruciform ; length one hundred and fifty 
feet, breath sixty feet, breadth of transept seventy-five feet. From ihe 
north-west angle rises a massive tower, which serves as a belfrey, the 
brick and stone work of which reaches one hundred and twenty feet in 
height, while the north-east corner is ornamented with a small octagonal 
tower of two-thirds of that elevation. The interior of the church is 
finished in the same style, with groined vault and Gothic ornaments. 
The Chancel is separated, on each side, from the Vestries by a lofty 
screen work, the design of which, as well as that of the high altar, is 
very beautiful, and reflects great credit upon the architectural taste of 
Mr. Perrault, under whose direction the interior of the Church was 
finished. In 1838, a small frame church was erected upon the present 
site of St. Mary's by the late Vicar General McDonald, who was the 
first resident Roman Catholic priest of Hamilton. Previous to that 
date the few Catholics of the place were occasionally assembled in private 




ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. 



DIRECTORY. 45 

houses by the different priests who, in the earlier history of the coun- 
try, from time to time visited the place. In 1847 the Very Rev. Mr. 
McDonald was succeeded by Rev. E. Gordon, now Vicar-General of the 
Diocese of Hamilton. The latter gentleman soon found it necessary to 
enlarge his Church, and this he did by building two extensive wings, 
which afforded accommodation to the congregation, which rapidly in- 
creased until it numbered between five and six thousand soul?. In 1856 
Hamilton was created an episcopal see under its present Bishop, the 
Right Rev. John Farrel, who in the commencement of his administra- 
tion was obliged to make use of the old Church as apro tern Cathedral, 
until it was destroyed by fire in tke summer of 1859. This was a ter- 
rible loss, for the insurance had expired some days before. To supply 
the Congregation with a suitable Church required a great effort, but 
that effort was promptly made by the Bishop and his people, and the 
result is the present church, which is the largest and most expensive in 
the city. 

New Connexion Methodist. — This Church is built of wood, and 
is situated on Main Street, near Nelson. The society was formed in 
1831 by Elders Ryan, Smith and Jackson. The Church building was 
erected in 1833, but improved and enlarged subsequently, under the 
ministration of the Rev. T. Goldsmith. For a number of years the 
Church was unfortunate in its ministers — many of them breaking off 
their connection with it, and allying themselves with other denomina- 
tions. However, of late years the church has made progress. It is 
under the pastoral care of the Rev. Chas, McKelvey. Services are held 
at 11 a. m. and Q^ p. m. on Sabbath days, and 7^ p.m. on Thursdays. 

Weslei/an German Church. — Comer Nelson and Rebecca streets, 
opened January, 1862; built of brick, and capable of seating about 250. 
Services on Sundays, 10 a. m. and 6^ p. m. Prayer meetings on Wed- 
nesdays at 7^ p. m. Rev. Charles AUum, pastor. 

Primitive Methodist Church. — Gore Street, corner of Hughson, 
formerly on John Street, between Gore and Henry, This church is 
built of brick, at a cost of $7,000, and was opened in January, 1868, 
and is capable of seating 400. Services on Sundays at 10^ a.m. and 
6j p.m., and Thursdays at 8 p.m. Sunday School 2^ p.m. Rev. Wal- 
ter Reid, pastor, 

Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada. — John street, between 
Gore and Henry. Built of wood, and capable of seating 250, Services 
on Sundays at 10^ a.m., and 6^ p.m., and on Thursdays at 7i- p.m. 
Rev. J. Gilray, pastor. 

Evangelical Association. — Church on Market street, between Caro- 
line and Hess. Built of brick, and capable of holding 250, Was 
built in 1861, Services on Sunday, 10 a, m, and 7 p.m. Sunday 
Bchool at 9 a. m. Rev, Augustus Spies, Pastor. 

Mountain Mission. — Brick Church: Services at 2 p.m. Pulpit 
supplied by the city pastors. 
Jewish Synagogue. — King street West, between James and McNab ; 



46 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Mr. Gross, President ; Mr, Roos, Vice-President. Services on Satur- 
days at 8 a.m., 4.30 p.m., and 6.30 p.m. 

Baptist Church (colored). — McNab street, between Cannon and 
Mulberry street?. Rev. Robert Jones, pastor. Sunday services, 11 
a.m. and 7 p m. 

British Methodist Episcopal (colored). — Rebecca street. Services 
on Sundays, lOJ a.m. and 6^ p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Rev. 
L. C. Chambers, pastor. 



l^EWSPAPERS AWD P£RIODICAL.S$. 

Banner of Faith and Peacemaker. — A biblical monthly, published 
by D. Oliphant, and printed by T. & R. White, of the "Hamilton 
Spectator " for a company of disciples. It is now in its third year. 

The Canada Christian Advocate. — This paper was commenced at 
Cobourgin 1845, the first number being issued on the second of Janu- 
ary of that year. It was started as a private enterprise by Revds. 
T. Webster and J. H. Leonard, but devoted to the interests of the 
Methodist Epi^jcopal Church in Canada. It was purchased by the 
general conference of the church, and removed to Hamilton in 1847; 
Rev. T. Webster, who had edited the paper when under private con- 
trol, being the first editor appointed after it became church property. 
Mr. Webster held the position until 1850, when Rev. G. Sheppard 
received the appointment and occupied the editorial chair till 1858. At 
the general conference held that year, Rev. G. Abbs was elected to fill 
the office, but resigned the year following, when Rev. S. Morrison was 
chosen to fill the place. This gentleman resigned in the spring of 1863, 
when Rev. G. Abbs, the present incumbent, was again appointed. The 
Advocate, though the property of the M. E. Church, is free from 
sectarian bigotry, the great object being to make it a first-class religious 
and family newspaper. 

The Craftsman. — This is a monthly periodical conducted by T.& R. 
White, and an able staff of contributors, printed at the office of the 
Hamilton Spectator. It is devoted to th^ dififusion of Masonic light 
and literature, for the improvement of the craft and the advancement of 
the Order. It is now closing its second volume, and since its com- 
mencement has met (and deservedly) with unexampled success in On- 
tario and Quebec, as well as a very large circulation in the Maritime 
Provinces. A publication of this character had become a necessity to 
the craft of Canada. Although many worthy and excellent magazines 
and other Masonic periodicals have been and are still published in the 
United States, the craft in Canada were desirous of having a publica- 
tion of a home character. This desideratum is obtained in the Crafts- 
man. Its articles are sound, conservative, entertaining and instructive, 
and its pages are laden with the gems of Masonic literature and kin- 
dred sciences, such matter as improves with time, and afibrds healthy 




SPECTATOR" OFFICEJ 



DIRECTORY. 49 

food for the minds of the craftsmen as well as others. Terms, one 
dollar and fifty cents per annum. 

The Hamilton Evening Times, which now ranks among the most 
popular, flourishing and influential journals in Canada, was established 
as a morning paper in January 1857, on the basis of the Daily Banner. 
In February, 1860, it was changed from a morning to an evening 
paper, under the editorial management of George Sheppard, Esq., but 
from various causes it failed to secure the success its proprietor antici- 
pated. In 1861 it passed into the hands of Messrs. Jones & Holbrook, 
who continued its publication till January, 1862, when it was purchas- 
ed by the present proprietors, Messrs. C. E. Stewart & Co. By the 
judicious expenditure of capital in the purchase, a large addition of 
new stock, the introduction of a steam power press, the organization of 
the whole establishment on a sound business basis, and the employment 
of some of the ablest political writers in the province, new life and 
energy was infused into every department of the establishment, and the 
consequence was an immediate, rapid and vast increase in the circula- 
tion of the paper, and a large augmentation in its advertising patronage 
and jobbing business, which must have been in the highest degree 
satisfactory to its energetic and enterprising proprietors. The circula- 
tion was in a short time increased from four hundred copies, daily, to 
two thousand, and its increase has been steadily augmenting until it 
has attained at the present time a daily circulation of no less than four 
thousand copies, which is more than twice as many as that of any other 
journal west of the Metropolis of Ontario. Its daily and weekly 
circulation extends to every village and hamlet in the western penin- 
sula of Ontario, The equipments of the Times establishment, type, 
presses and furniture embrace all the latest styles and improvements, 
and its conveniences for book and general jobbing business are not 
inferior to those of any printing establishment in the country. 

The total weekly circulation now amounts to nearly forty thousand 
copies, and is still rapidly increasing, thus furnishing an admirable 
medium to business men for advertising. 

The Messenger. — This periodical was established in 1865, and is 
issued on the 1st and 15th of each month. It is devoted to the advocacy 
of the Temperance cause, and contains reports from all parts of the 
Temperance field. J. W. Fergusson, M. D., Editor. Terms, 75 cents 
per annum. Address drawer 69, Hamilton. 

The Spectator. — (See engraving of Spectator buildings. — The 
Spectator, which is the leading paper of the city of Hamilton, was first 
established in 1846, by the late Robert R. Smiley, in the moderate 
conservative interest, and by the energy and tact of its proprietor, soon 
became the most popular newspaper in the western peninsula. Its 
circulation and influence increased rapidly, and at the time of Mr. 
Smiley's death, in 1855, it was justly regarded as a most successful 
newspaper enterprise. It then passed into the hands of Mr. John 
Smiley and Mr. William Gillespy, who conducted it for a short time 

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50 CITY OP HAMILTON 

together, Mr. Smiley retired, in 1857, and his place was taken by 
Mr. Robertson, the paper continuing to be published by the firm of 
Gillespy & Robertson, until 1862, when Mr. Gillespy became the sole 
proprietor. These frequent changes, and the increasing competition of 
the Toronto papers, affected the position of the Spectator, and it lost 
somewhat of the prestige it had enjoyed under Mr. Robert Smiley. In 
1864, Messrs. T. & R. White, formerly of the Peterborough Review, 
became its purchasers, and, by a liberal expenditure of money, have 
restored it to its old popularity. Its circulation has more than quad- 
rupled in their hands, and all through the western counties, especially, 
the Weekly Spectator enjoys a most extensive circulation, and commands 
an undoubted influence. Large additions to the establishment have 
been made by the Messrs. White, the paper was put into new type by 
them almost immediately after assuming control of it. Their job-room 
has been greatly enlarged, and refitted with new and large fonts. The 
establishment enjoys an extensive job printing patronage, which is 
steadily increasing, and the paper may be said again to have fairly 
entered into the list of successful newspaper enterprises. 



HOSP1TAI.S AWD ASYI^rMS. 

Tlie City Eo&pital. — This inftitutiou is at the foot of John street, 
on the banks of the Burlington Bay, and contains about seventy beds. 
Its medical management has recently undergone important reforms, so 
that it is now one of the best conducted and most efficient of hospitals 
in the Province. The patients are confided to the care of a board of six 
attending physicians, one of whom visits the various wards daily, and 
one resident surgeon. It is open to all medical students and practitioners, 
at the usual visiting hours, free of charge. The hospital is supported 
by grants from the Provincial Government, the Great Western Rail- 
way, and by city taxation ; and its financial management is confided 
to a committee appointed by the City Council. Patients, except 
in cases of emergency are admitted on the order of the mayor, or on 
the order of the chairman of the hospital committee. Out patients pre- 
scribed for daily. Charles O'Reilly, M.D., CM., physician ; T. Luc- 
kens, superintendent. 

House of Refuge, situated on Cherry Street, south of Hannah. 
Wm. Skinner, Superintendent. 

Hamilton Orphan Asylum, and Ladies' Benevolent Society, Upper 
Wellington Street. Board of Managers, including the office-bearers : 
Mrs. Thomas, President; Mrs. Geddes, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Hebden, and 
Mrs. Burnet, Vice-presidents ; Mrs. E. Jackson, Treasurer ; Mrs. T. C, 
Kerr, Recording Secretary; Mrs, Walker, Secretary for Accounts, 
Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. McQuesten, Mrs. Maclaren, Mrs. Winer, Mrs. 
Ormiston, Mrs. J. W. Bickle, Mr.' and Mrs. Samuel Wilson, Superin- 
tendents. 



DIRECTORY. 51 

St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, Park Street, near Sheaffe, under the 
care of the Sisters of St. Joseph, established in 1851, Sister Mary 
Phillip, Superioress. There are at present 105 orphans, under the care 
and tuition of the Ladies of the Community. 



Godfrey DeBouillon Encampment. — Meetings held at the Masonic 
Hall, corner of John and Main Streets, on the first Friday of every 
month. List of Officers, 1868. V. Emt. Fra, Thomas B. Harris. 
Emt. Com.; Emt. Fra. John W. Murton, P. E. C; Fra. Alexander 
Mitchell, prelate ; Fra. M. F. Shaler, 1st Capt.; Fra. Wm. Edgar, 
2nd Capt.; Emt. Fra, John W. Murton, Treasurer; Fra, Francis C. 
Bruce, Registrar ; Fra. F. J. Rastrick, Almoner; Fra. Hugh A. Mac- 
kay, Expert; Fra. Thomas White, jr.. Captain of Lines; Fra. H. 
Robertson, 1st standard bearer ; Fra. Augustus T. Houel, 2nd Stan- 
dard Bearer , Fra. Joseph C. Brown, 1st Herald. W. W. Summers, 
Equerry. 

The Hiram Chapter R. A. M., No. 2. — Meetings held at the Ma- 
sonic Hall, corner of John and Main Streets, on the first Monday of 
every month. List of officers installed January A. L. 5868: V. E. 
ComT). W. Reid, Z ; Y. E. Comp. W. W. Pringle, P. Z.; E. Comp. 
F. C'. Bruce, H.; E. Comp. W, Edgar, J.; Comp. A , J. Nuthall, S. E.; 
Comp. N. Humphrey, S. N.; Comp. A. Turner, Treas.; Comp. T. Law- 
rence, P. Sojourner; Comp. H.Griffith, 1st Asst. Soj'r, Comp. J. 
Guy, 2nd Asst Soj'r ; Comp. J. Peacock, D. of C; Comp. J. East- 
wood, V. E.; Comp. W. W. Pringle, auditors ; Comp. Geo. Magill, 
Comp. W. Lees, Stewards. Comp. W, W, Summers, janitor, 

St. John's Chapter. — Installed January A. L. 5868. V. E. Comp. 
B.E. Charlton, Z.; R. E. Comp. J. W. Murton, P. Z ; E. Comp. E. 
Mitchell, H.; E. Comp. H. A. Mackay, J.; Comp. R. Brierly, S. E.; 
Comp.E. S. Whipple, S. N.; R. E. Comp. C. Lister, P.S.; R.E. Comp. 
T. B. Harris, Treas.; C. A. Birge, 1st Asst S ; Comp. J. Martin 2nd 
Asst S.;Comp. J. Ryall, D. C; Geo. Walker, 1st Veil ; Comp. P. Mc- 
Quillan, 2nd Veil; Comp. J. H. Watson, 3rd Veil; Comp. G. R. 
Terwilliger, Comp. Abraham Levy, stewards ; R.E. Comp. J. W. Mur- 
ton, E. Comp. M. F. Shaler, Auditors ; Comp. W. W. Summers, 
janitor. 

Barton Lodge No 6, G. R. C— V. W. Bro. Wm. Edgar, W. M ; 
V. W. Bro. B. E. Charlton, P. M.; Wm. P. Munday, S. W.; Richard 
Brierly, J. W.; Rev. James Gilray, Chaplain ; Bro. E. S. Whipple, 
Treas.; Bro. J. B. Eager, Sec; Bro. Gavin Stewart, S. D.; Bro. Wm: 
J. Lindsay, J. D.; Bro. Dr. Vernon, D. of C; Bro. Wm. H. Leslie, L 
G.; Bro. W. W. Summers, Tyler. 

Strict Observance Lodge No. 27.— W. Bro. F. C. Bruce, W. M.; 
Bros. W. W. Pringle, P. M.; David Gillies, S. W,; John Peacock. J. 



52 CITY OP HAMILTON 

W.; Kev. Geo. A. Bull, Chaplain ; Alex. Turner, Treas.; A. J. Nuthall, 
Sec; Thos. Lawrence, S. D.; James M. Lottridge, J. D.; Robert 
Duncan, D. of C; Robert Evans, I. G.; W. W. Summers, Tyler. 

St. John's Lodge No. 40.— Geo. Walker, W. M.; John G. Mclntyre, 
P. M.; \yilliam Clear, S. W.; John Williams, J. W.; Rev. George A. 
Bull, Chaplain; R. W. Bro. T. B. Harris, Treas.; C. F. Pechin, Sec; 
M. W. Attwood, S. D.; D. McPhee, J. B.; Joseph Herron, D. of C; 
Thomas Hill, L G.; W. W. Summers, Tyler. 

Acacia Lodge No- 61.— W. Bro. Edward Mitchell, W. M.; W. Bro. 
J. W. Fergusson, P. M.; Bros. Geo. Magill, S. W.; John Guy, J. W.; 
Edward Magill, Treas.; Harry Burkholder, Sec. ; John Lavan, S. D.; 
Nelson Humphrey, J. D.; Luther Eckerson, I. G. ; W. Bro. Wm. Reid, 
D. of C; Bro. W. W. Summers, Tyler. 

The following list contains the nights of regular communications of 
the different Lodges : 

Godfrey De Bouillon Encampment, — 1st Friday of every month. 
The Hiram Chapter. No. 2, —1st Monday of " " 

Barton Lodge, No. 6, — 2nd Wednesday of " " 

St. John's Chapter, No. 6, —2nd Thursday of " " 

Strict Observance Lodge, No. 27 — 3rd Tuesday of " " 

St. John's Lodge, No. 40 —3rd Thursday of " " 

Acacia Lodge, No. 61 — 4th Friday of " *' 



ODD-FEIiliOWS. 

Manchester linity. — Geo. Bickle, Dundas, Grand Master. Daniel 
Evans, Hamilton, Deputy Grand Master. J. Harris, Toronto, Past 
Grand Master ; Thomas Tindall, Hamilton, Corresponding Secretary ; 
Board of Directors, Bros. Geo. H. Cousins, Andrew Dick, Wm- Black, 
J. W. Norman, Hamilton, E. S. Thomas, Dundas. Trustees for 
Widows and Orphans' Fund, J. G. Howard, Joseph Hodgson, F. H. 
Metcalf. 

Loyal Hamilton Lodge of Odd Fellows, 3f. U. — Meets every alter- 
nate Wednesday, in Odd Fellows' Hall, Hamilton. Richard Rowe, 
G. M.; Chas. Blackman, N.G.; Wm. Flook, V.G.; Thos. Parry, Sec'y ; 
James Way, P.P. G. M., Treas.; Thomas Lees, John Hastie, and Jas. 
Way, Trustees; Arthur McMahon. R. S. to N.G.; JohnWalford, L.S. 
to N.G.; Peter McCulloch, R.S. to V. G.; John Waugh, L.S. to V.G. 
John Percy, Warden ; Wm. Allan, Guardian ; Geo. Canning, Conduc- 
tor ; J. W. Roseburgh, M.D., Surgeon. 

Commercial Lodge. — Jefferson Houlden, G.M. ; Luke Hawkins, N.G.; 
Alex. Henderson, V. G.; W. J. McAllister, Sec'y ; Thomas Tindall, 
Treas,; Henry T. Ridley, surgeon; Richard EUicot, Henry T. Ridley, 
and Thomas Tindall, Trustees. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 44. LO.O.F. — Robert Evans, N.G.; Rev. J. 



DIRECTORY. 53 

Gilray, V.G.i Charles Smith, R.S.; Henry Griffith, L.S.; John Barr, 

Treas ; Richmond, Warden ; John McMahon, C; C E Peirce, 

D.M. Regular meeting night, Thursday. 

Unity Lodge, No. 47, /. 0. 0. i^.— Bros. John Smith, N. G.; Wm. 
Harper, V.G.; William Amor, R.S.; A Freed, B. S.; George Lees, 

Treasurer; John Kerner, W.; A. F. Freed, C; Burke, 0. G.; 

Joseph Amor, J. G.i J. Bhegneuthal, R. S. N. G.; James Hughef, L. 
S.N.G.; J, C. Cormack, R.S.V.G.; James Moore, L.S.V.G.; D. Mc- 
Donald, R.S.S.; M. A. Kerr, L. S. S. Night of meeting, Wednesday. 



f 

I^OTAIi ORA]!li'GE ASSOCIATION. 

Loyal Black Preceptory of B. K. o/ Ireland, No. 148. — Holds its 
regular communications on the 3rd Monday in each month, at Orange 
Hall, King street, between James and Hughson streets. Henry Griffith, 
W. Sir K. in C; James Wade, D. W. Sir K. in C; Robert Stephens, 
Reg.; Wm. Harper, Treas. 

County of Wentworth County Lodge, — Thomas Minnes, Co. M.; 
Henry Ellis, Dep. M.; Wm. Wells, Sec; Geo. Watson, Treas. 

District Lodge, Hamilton District. — Andrew Herron, D. M.; Henry 
Ellis, D. D. M.i Henry Griffith, D. Sec.; Enoch Thatcher, D. Treas. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

No. 71, — Meets 1st Tuesday of each month. Robert Aikins, W. M.; 
Ralph McCormick, D. M. ; John McKenna, Sec.; William Henderson, 
Treas. 

No. 286.— Meets 1st Wednesday of each month. Robert Mathews, 
W. M.; James Dobson, D. M.; John Lyons, Sec; Andrew Herron, 
Treas. 

No. 312. — Meets on the 1st Monday of each month. Robert Blair, 
W. M.; John Cardwell, D. M.; John Pryke, Sec; William Harper, 
Treas. 

No. 779. — Meets on the 2nd Friday of each month, Thomas 
McCabe, W. M-; Wm. Hastings, D. M.; Thomas Miller, Sec; John 
Carruthers, Treas. 



GOOO TEMPIiARS. 

Grand Lodge officers: G.W.C.T., W. S. Williams, Esq., Napanee 
G.W.C., Rev. Dr. Mark, Wallaceburgh ; G.W.V.T., Miss E.E. Miller, 
Napanee, G.W. S., Dr. J. W. Fergusson, Hamilton; G. W. T., S- 
Morrill, London ; G. W. Ch., Rev. L. A. Betts, Canniffton ; G. W. M. 
John Euard, Montreal, Q.; G.W.D.M., Miss A. McDougall, Porter's 
Hill ; G. W. I. G., Miss Ada Aylesworth, Napanee; G. W. 0. G., John 
N. Tuttle, Iroquois. Strength of the Order in Ontario, 20,000. 



54 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Burlington Temple No, 470. — Meets in the hall of Excelsior Lodge 
I.O.O.F. , King street, every Monday evening. H. C. Perkins, W.C.T., 
Jessie Melbourne, W. V. T.; John New, W. S.; George Sweet, F.S.; 
Maggie McHoig, W. T.; Charles Church, W. M.; John McMahon, 
P.W.C.T. 

Hamilton Temple No. 9, I.O. of G.T. — Organized 21st November, 
1854. Meet in their hall, corner of King and Macnab streets, on 
every Friday evening. Geo. R. Roberts, W.C.T.; Mrs. J. W. Good- 
son, W.V.T.; James McDonald, W. S.; Miss E. McGregor, W. Treas.; 
James Wallace, W.F.S.; William Silver, W. M.; Miss 1 1. McDonald, 
W.I.G.; James Wilson, W.O.G.; William Amery, W. Chaplain ; J. C 
White, Temple Deputy. 



ISTATIOKAIi SOCIETIES. 

St. George's Benevolent Society. — President, B. E. Charlton ; 1st 
Vice-President, W. Birkett ; 2nd Vice-President, J. Lawson;Sec'y 
and Treas. W. Storror. Board of Management, J. F. Ross, Chairman, 
J. Stevenson, J. Kent, M. W. Attwood, R. C. Cooper, R. Pike, A. 
Green, E. Pinch, C. E, Peirce and M. Howies. Charitable Committee, 
R.C.Cooper, Chairman; A. Green, M. W. Attwood, R. Pike, E. 
Pinch. Auditors, J Peacock, J. F. Ross. Stewards, F. M. Willson, 
J. Kent, J. Holbrook, J. Stevenson, E. Pinch, R. C. Cooper. Chap- 
lains, Rev. J. G. Geddes, Rev. Dr. Neville, Rev. Mr. Drinkwater, Rev. 
John Hebden. Physicians, Drs. Ridley and Billing. 

St. Andrew'' s Society. — President, James Watson, 1st Vice-Presi- 
dent, R. Service ; 2ad Vice-President, A Sutherland ; Chaplains, Rev. 
D. Inglis and Rev. A. B. Simpson ; Physicians, Drs. Macdonald and 
Mcintosh. Charitable Committee, P. Fraser, Jno. Campbell, John A. 
Bruce, John Harvey. 



MANrFACTrRIMG COMPANIES. 

Ancaster Knitting Co. — Organized in 1866 — Works situated in 
Ancaster — Manufacture all kinds of hosiery, knitted goods and yarn. 
President, James Watson ; Secretary, Arch, McKeand. 

Hamilton Poivdev Go. — Established 1862 — Office King street West, 
near James street. President, James Watson ; Secretary Benj. Clarke. 

Great Western Railway Rolling Mill. — The extensive rolling mill, 
erected by the Great Western Railway in 1864, is 170 feet in length, 
100 feet in width, 35 feet in height to the eaves, and running from 
thence to about 70 feet in the centre of the roof The roof is formed 
of trussed beams and slated. One engine of 400 horse-power is used, 
together with two smaller engines of 20 horse-power each. There are 
six boilers, four of which are thirty feet long and thirty inches in 



DIRECTORY. 5S 

diameter, and one forty inches in diameter. The saws are four feet in 
diameter, and make 1,000 revolutions per minute. The cooling bed for 
hot rails is formed of an inclined plane of rails laid at intervals of thre 
feet. The large engine is a high-pressure vertical engine, with forty- two 
inch cylinder, three feet stroke, and makes eighty revolutions per 
minute ; the fly-wheel is 24 feet in diameter, and weighs thirty-five 
tons. The small engines are horizontal, coupled to the same shaft by 
cranks at right angles, and their cylinders lOi inches in diameter, with 
20 inch stroke. To manufacture 4,000 tons of new rails will consume 
about 5,000 tons of coal. The company employ about 150 men in the 
mill, and have four rail-heating furnaces, and two double puddling fur- 
naces. The machinery for the mill, viz.: engine, mill train, furnaces, 
and saws were manufactured for the Kailway Company by Messrs. 
Goldie, McCulloch & Co., of the Town of Gait. Messrs. Gartshore & 
Son, of Dundas, manufactured the powerful shears, rail straighteners, 
turning lathe, &c. There is also a large steam hammer (5 tons), made 
by Morrison, of Newcastle, England; 



fSPORTIXG CtUBS, RINKS, «&C. 

Ontario Skating Ri7ik. — Maiden Lane, between James and McNab 
streets. Established 1861. — F. C. Eitchie, Secretary. 

Victoria Skating Rink. — James street, between Peel and Augusta, 
J. M. Webber & Co., proprietors. 

Hamilton Skating Rink — Main street, between Bond and Caroline, 
Ed. "May hew, proprietor. 

Maple Leaf Base Ball Club. — Wm. Shuttleworth, President ; Thos. 
Carroll, Vice-President ; A. Easson, Secretary and Treasurer ; field 
directors, C. Cook, A, Quinn, E. L. Brazenor. 

0. K. Base Ball Club — Henry Taylor, President ; William Parks, 
Vice-President; J. T. White, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Burlington Curling Club. — David Edgar, President ; George James, 
Vice-President ; Wm. Scott, Secretary and Treasurer ; Rev. Mr. Burnet, 
Chaplain ; Representative Members, George Denholm, Montreal, and A. 
T. Wood, Hamilton ; Skips, James Simpson, George Murison, George 
James, John A. Bruce ; Managing Committee, John Cox, Robert Mc- 
Kay, James Simpson. Piink rear of Central School. 

Hamilton La Crosse Club. — Established 1867 — No. of members 60. 
Practising days — Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 a,m. Allan N. 
McNab Stewart, President ; Massey Geddes, Vice-President; Rolland 
Hills, Secretary and Treasurer. 



lilTEBARY AWD OTH£R SOCIETIES. 

Hamilton and Gore Mechanics' Institute. — Established in 1839, in- 



56 CITY OF HAMILTON 

corporated in 1847. — Alexander Rutherford, Superintendent and Mana- 
ger. The library contains three thousand volumes, and the News-room 
is supplied with the latest leading newspapers, magazines and reviews 
of Great Britain, Canada, aad the United States. The Public Hall, in 
connection with the Institute, is one of the best in the Dominion, and 
has lately been fitted up with scenic and other theatrical appointments. 
President, Thos. McTlwraith ; Vice-President, Judge Logic. Direc- 
tors — Kenny Fitzpatrick, Robert Roy, Wm. Haskins, George Ruther- 
ford, Wm. Brown, J. W. Fergusson, W. H. Glassco, Archibald 
Macallum, Alexander Stewart. 

Burlington Literary Society. — " An Association for purposes of 
Literary and Scientific improvement." Regular meetings every Mon- 
day evening, in Wentworth Chambers. President, D. B. Chisholm, 
1st Vice-President, John A. Mullin, M. D., 2nd Vice-President, Benj. 
E. Charlton; Secretary. Chas. Lemon ; Treasurer, John Muir. 



CUSTOM HOrSK. 

(5'ee Engraving.) 

The Hamilton Custom House is situated on the corner of Stewart 
and Macnab streets. It was erected for the Government in 1860, 
by Geo. Worthington, Esq., contractor for mason work, and Geo. 
Murison, Esq., for carpenter work. It is built of cut stone in 
the Italian composite style of architecture, two storeys in height, 
60 feet front by 50 in depth, and cost $40,000; beside the vari- 
ous ofl&ces used, it contains the Collector's residence. Wm. H. Kitt- 
son, Esq , Collector, Wm. Beatty, Esq., Surveyor. Clerks — C. R. M 
Sewell, Chief Clerk; John L.Smith, Francis Sheppard, John Birss, 
and H. W. Woodward, ; Joseph Wetherall, chief landing waiter, 
W. G. Munday and Herbert Dixon, landing waiters ; Geo. R. Spencer, 
appraiser ; Wm- Agnew, searcher and packer ; James S. Amos, locker; 
H. Lennon, sub-collector, Wellington Square, R. Beatty, broker. 



HAMIIiTON BOARD OF TRADE. 

Rooms King Street East ; President, John Stuart , Vice-President, 
Matthew Legi^at ; Secretary, William MacKay; Council : Isaac Atkin- 
son, F. G. Beckett, John Brown, G. H. Gillespie, C. J. Hope, A. 
Murray, D. Mclnnes, John J. McKenzie, W. E. Sanford, James 
Walker, James Watson, Hon. Isaac Buchanan, George Rutherford, 
F. W. Gates, James Turner, Richard Benner, W. McGiverin, G. J. 
Forster, J. M.Williams, George E. Tuckett. Board of Arbitration: 
Adam Brown, Edward Brown, John A. Bruce, Wm. Boice, Wm. Hen- 
drie, B. E. Charlton, John Ferric, D. Gillies, H'. W. Routh, Alex. 
Harvey, George James, A. Mclnnes, James Osborne, Geo. H. Gil- 



DIEECTORY. 59 

lespie, J, M. Williams, John Proctor, John "Winer, James Watson, Wm 
Irvine, John Smith, Joseph Lawson. 



HAMIIiTOX BRA]%Cfl BIBI.£ SOCIETY. 

President, Tristram Bickle, Esq. Vice-Presidents, E; Jackson, Esq., 
E, C. Thomas, Esq., Hon, I. Buchanan, F. t.W. Watkins, Esq., J. 
Watson. Treasurer, C. McQuesten, Esq. Correspondinfi; Secretary, 
Rev. W. Ormiston, D.D. Minute Secretary, James Walker, Esq. 
Depositary — Donald McLellan, Esq. Committee — all ministers of the 
Gospel in charge of congregations, who are members of the Society, 
and Messrs. Joseph Lister, P. W. Dayfoot, A. Logic, Thos. White, 
Jos. Lawson, W. Gunner, J. W. Bickle, Thos. Morris, G. J. Forster, 
Rev. G. Abbs. 



HAMIIiTON GAS-I^IGHT COMPANY. 

Established 1850. Capital, paid up, $125,000. President, John 
Young ; Vice-President, Sheriff Thomas; Manager, T. Mcllwraith ; 
Clerk, Wm. Somerville. 



KAIIiWAYS. 

Great Western RailwSiy of Canada- — List of the Directors : Presi- 
dent, Mr. Alderman Dakin, Creechurch Lane, London; Thomas Faul- 
coner, Esq., 1 2 Copthall Court, London ; John Fildes, Esq., 31. P., 
Manchester ; Francis Somerville Head, Esq., Pit Place, Epsoru ; Alex- 
ander Hoyes, Esq., Bitterne Grove, Southampton ; Charles Hunt, Esq., 
London, Out.; Donald McTnnes, Esq., Hamilton, Ont.; Hon. William 
McMaster, Senator, Toronto, Ont.; Paul Margetson, Esq., Clapham 
Common ; George Smith, Esq., 57 Conduit street, London ; Thomas 
Clark Street, Esq., Chippawa, Niagara. Auditors, John Young, 
Esq., 16 Tokenhouse Yard, London; Sidney Smith, Esq, 31 Bush 
Lane, London. London Offices, 126 Gresham House, Old Broad 
street, E. C, Mr. Brackstone Baker, Secretary ; Mr. Walter Lindley, 
Registrar. Bankers in London, London Joint Stock Bank ; Bankers 
in Canada, the Bank of Commerce. Officers, Thomas Swinyard, Esq., 
General Manager, Hamilton; Joseph Price, Esq., Treasurer, Hamilton; 
George Lowe Reid, Esq., Engineer, Hamilton ; W. A. Robinson. Esq., 
Mechanical Superintendent, Hamilton ; W. Wallace, Esq., Traffic 
Superintendent, Hamilton ; John Crampton, Esq., General Freight 
Agent, Hamilton ; James Charlton, Esq., General Agent, Hamilton ; 
James Howard, Esq., General Purchasing Agent, Hamilton ; Geo. H. 
Howard, Esq., Manager's Assistant ; Myles Pennington, Esq., Assi.«t- 
ant Freight Agent ; Thos. Muir, Esq., Accountant. Solicitor, ^E. 
Irving, Esq.. Hamilton. 

The Great Western Railway line is composed of the following lines 
and branches: The main line. 229 miles in length, is laid throughout 



60 



CITY OF HAMILTON 



with a third rail, forming a narrow gauge track of 4 feet 8^ in. inside 
of the 5 feet 6 in. gauge" 

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



Distancesfrom Sm. Bridge to Windsor, 



Suspension Birdge to — 



Thorold 

St. Catharines . . . 

Jordan 

Beamsville 

Grimsby 

Winona 

Stoney Creek . ... 

Hamilton 

Toronto Junction. 

Dundas . . . 

Copetown 

Lynden 

Harrisburg 

Paris 

Princeton 

Arnolds 

Governor's Road . 

Eastwood , 

Woodstock 

Beachville 

Ingersoll 

Patton's Siding . . . 
Doty's Siding . , . . 

Dorchester , 

Waubuno , 

London 

Komoka 

Mount Bridges . . . 

Longwood 

Appin , 

Glencoe 

Newbury 

Bothwell 

Thamesville 

Lewisville 

Chatham 

Prairie Siding . .. . 
Baptiste Creek . . . 
Stoney Point . . . . 

Belle River 

Tecumseh 

Windsor 



5a 



9i 



5i 

H 

5 

^\ 

6 

13 

4^ 
5i 
4i 
3| 

n 

7 

n 
n 

4i 

5 

4^ 

4 

2 

35 

H 

6i 
10 

45 

6 

5 

41 

6 

n 

6 

9 

8 

Q\ 

5 

H 

9i 



^S 



9i 
lU 
17 
221 
265 
3U 
37i 
43i 
45 
49^ 
545 
59 
62J 
72 
79 
81i 
84 
86J 
905 
955 
100 
104 
106 
1095 
113 
1195 
1295 
134 
140 
145 
1495 
1555 
161 
168J 
1741 
1831 
1911 
198 
203 
2115 
221 
229 



Distancesfrom Windsor to Sus. Bridge. 



Windsor to — 

Tecumseh 

Belle River 

Stoney Point 

Baptiste Creek . . . 
Prairie Siding . . . 

Chatham 

Lewisville 

Thamesville 

Bothwell 

Newbury 

Glencoe , 

Appin 

Longwood 

Mount Brydges . • . 

Komoka 

London 

Waubuno 

Dorchester 

Doty's Siding .... 
Patton's Siding . . . 

Ingersoll 

Beachville 

Woodstock 

Eastwood 

Governor's Road , 

Arnolds 

Princeton 

Paris . 

Harrisburgh 

Lynden 

Copetown 

Dundas 

Toronto Junction. 

Hamilton 

Stoney Creek .. . . 

Winona . 

Grimsby 

Beamsville 

Jordan 

St. Catharines. . . . 

Thorold 

Suspension Bridge 



5a 






95 
85 
5 

ei 

8 
9 
6 

H 

6 

45 
5 
6 

45 
.0 
61 
35 
35 
2 
4 
45 
5 

4^ 
25 
25 
25 
7 

95 
35 
45 
55 
4i 

15 

6 

5i 

5 

45 

5i 

55 

2 

9i 



17J 
26 
31 
37J 
45i 
54 i 
60J 
68 
735 
795 
84 
89 
95 
995 
109} 
116 
119J 
123 
125 
129 
133J 
1385 
1425 
145 
U75 
150 
157 
1G65 
170 
1745 
I79i 
184 
1855 
1915 
1975 
2025 
206J 
213 
2175 
2165 
229 



directory. 
Hamilton and Toronto Branch. 



61 



Distances from Hamiltor 


to Toronto. 


Distances from Toronto to Hamilton. 




Si 




Toronto to 

Grand Junction 

Mimico 


hi <5 


Total 
Miles. 


Hamilton to — 

Toronto Junction 

Waterdown 


1^ 

H 

3 

H 

8 

H 
li 


u 

4 

7 

13i 

25^ 
32 

zn 

39 


u 

H 

8 

4^ 
6J 
3 

n 


15 
7 


Wellington Square .... 
Bronte 


Port Credit 


u\ 


Oakville , 


2U 


Oakville 


Bronte 


253 


Port Credit 


Wellington Square 

Waterdown 


32 


Mimico 


35 


G rand Junction 

Toronto 


Toronto Junction 

Hamilton 


37i 
39 









London and Sarnia Branch. 



Distances from London 


to Sarnia. 


Distances from Sarnia to London. 




I-' ■» 

10 

IH 

6 

U 
H 

33 

H 
H 


—> to 


Sabnia to — 
Mandaumin 




"o 2 


London to — 
Komoka 


10 

20i 

26i 

33i 

413 

45^ 

5U 

61 


93 
53 
33 
81 

n 

6 

lOi 
10 


93 


Strathroy 


Wyoming 


15i 


Kerwood 


Wanstead 


193 


Watford 


Watford 


27J 


Wanstead 


Kerwood 


343 


Wyoming 


Strathroy 


403 


Mandaumin 


Komoka . , 


51 


SErnia 


London 


61 









Harrisburg and Guelph Branch. 



Distances from Uarrisbu 


y to Guelph. 


Distances from Guelph to Harrisburg. 


Harrisbcrgh to — 
Branchton 


.' 00 

6 

6 

4 

3i 

8 


■-J 0& 


GuBLpn to— 
Hespeler .., 


8 

3J 

4 

6 

6 


1% 


G 

12 

16 

19^ 

27| 


8 


Gait 


Preston 


Hi 


Preston 


Gait 


15i 


Hespeler 


Branchton 


2U 


Guolph. 


Harrisburg 


27i 







6^ 



city of hamilton 
Wyoming and Petrolia Brancu. 



Distances from Petrolia to Wyomivg. 


Distances from Wyoming to Petrolia. 


' 




IS 


Wyoming to 

Petrolia Junction 

Petrolia 


Si 

3 




Pkteolia to — 

Petrolia Junction 

Wvomino" 


4J 

5 


41 
5i 


51 







KRIC AXD NIAOARA I^IIN E. 



Buffalo to Toronto. \ 


Toronto to Buffalo. 




;ai 


r-^ CO 


NiAQAEA Wharf to — 

jNiagara Town 

'■ Queenston 


ii 
1% 


si 


Fort Erie to — 
Black Creek 


7 
7 
H 

n 


14 \ 

i7i i 

18J 1 
241 i 
301 i 
3U i 


I 

6J 

55 

11 

3i 

7 

7 




Chippewa 


6? 


The Falls (Clift'n House 
Suspension Bridge .... 
Queenston 


Suspension Bridge .... 
The Falls (Clift'n House 
Chippewa 


12i 

14 

I7i 


Niagara Town 

Niagara Wharf 


! Black Creek 


241 


JFort Erie 


31i 







liOXDON AXD PORT STANI.EY RAIIiWAT. 



Distances from London to Port Stanley. 



London to — 

Pond Mills 

Westminster North 
Westminster South 

Yarmouth 

St. Thomas 

Whites 

Port Stanley... 



Si 


1—1 no 

05 « 

gi 


3 


3 


3 


6 


3 


9 


3 


12 


3 


15 


5 


20 


4 


24 



Distances from Port Stanley to London. 


Port Stanley to — 

Whites 

St. Thomas 


Si 

4 
5 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


O "2 

4 
9 


Yarmouth 


12 


Westminster South... 
Westminster North. . . 
Pond Mills 


15 
18 
21 


London 


24 



DIRECTORY. 65 

Great Western Railway Library. — The Library originated in a 
grant from the Company of SI, 500. It was opened on the 25th of 
July, 1865. No. of volumnes, 1,700. No. of members 300. President, 
Thos. Swinyard ; Secretary and Treasurer, G. H. Howard ; Committee 
of Management, A. H. Askin, J. Charlton, J. Collins, J. Howard, D. 
McCulloch, J. Metcalf, J. G. Mclntyre, W. A. Kobinson, J. Symmons, 
W. "Wallace, H. B. Witton, G. H. Howard. In connection with the 
Library a Reading-room has been opened in the Waiting-room of the 
Company's General Offices, which was kindly placed at the disposal of 
the Committee by Mr. Swinyard) for that purpose. The Reading-room 
is open every evening from 7 to 1 o'clock. The Library and Reading- 
room are exclusively for the benefit of the employees of the Company 
and their families, any of whom are admitted to membership at an an- 
nual subscription of 81 . Books are sent to, and removed from, all 
stations on the line. 

Children's Industrial School. — Barton street, between Catharine and 
Mary streets. Now in the school 35 children, 34 girls and 1 boy, 
gathered from the city homeless and friendless ; taught to read and 
write ; household duties for girls, and out-door employment for boys. 
Funds in a flourishing condition. List of officers for 1868. 1st Di- 
rectress, Mrs. Ewing ; 2nd Directress, Mrs. Ambrose ; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Macnab ; Secretary, Mrs. Forbes. Committee of Management : Mrs. 
Bickle, Mrs. E. Browne, Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. Bull, Mrs. W. Copp, Mrs. 
Dyett, Mrs. Findlay, Mrs. Geddes, Mrs. Galbraith, Miss Gunner, Mrs. 
Inglis, Mrs. Mackelcan, Mrs. J. I. Mackenzie, Miss Mackelcan, Miss 
INIacnab, Mrs. O'Reilly, Mrs. Proudfoot, Mrs. Robb, Miss Robb. Mrs. 
Watson, Mrs. Wilde, Miss Young. Matron and Teacher, Miss Michael; 
Assistant Teacher, Miss Fairell. 



STAGE ROUTES. 

Stages leave the American Hotel, comer of King and Charles St's, 
as follows : 

Hamilton to Guelph, calling at Dundas, Bullock's Corners, Freelton, 
Morristown and Aberfoyle, leaving Hamilton at lOi a. m., arriving in 
Guelph at 5 p. m. Returning leaves Guelph at 10 |- a.m., and arriving 
at American Hotel, Hamilton, at 5 p.m. Chas. B. Kenney, proprietor. 
Fare, 81. 

Hamilton to 3Iilton, calling at Waterdown, Carlisle, Cumminsville, 
Loweville, leaving; American Hotel at 2h p. m., arriving at Milton at 
7^ p. m. Returning leaves Milt«n at 5 a. m., arriving at Hamilton at 
10 a.m. Charles B. Kenney, proprietor. Fare, §1. 

Hamilton to Port Dover, calling at Mount Hope, Caledonia, Hagers- 
ville, Jarvis, leaves Hamilton at 10 a. m., arriving at Port Dover at 7 
p.m. Returning leaves Port Dover at 8 a.m., arriving at Hamilton at 

9 



66 CITY OP HAMILTON 

4 p. m. Almas & Smith, proprietors. Fare $2 ; fare to Caledonia 75 
cents. 

Caledonia to Hamilton, leaving Caledonia at 8 a.m., arrives at 
Hamilton at 11 a.m. Returning leaves American Hotel at 4 p.m. C. 
B. Moore, proprietor. Fare, 75 cents. 

Brantford to Hamilton, leaves Brantford at 7 a; m., arriving at 
Hamilton at 11 a.m. Returning leaves American Hotel, Hamilton, at 
oh p.m., arriving at Commercial Hotel, Brantford, at 7 p.m. C. B. 
Moore, proprietor. Fare, 75 cents. 

Hamilton to Dundas, leaves American Hotel at 12 noon and 5 p.m. 
for Dundas. Returning leaves Riley's Hotel for Hamilton at 1\ a.m. 
and 3J p.m. Nelson Abel, proprietor. Fare, 25 cents. 



SICK A^D FU^iEBAIi SOCIETY OF THE G. W. B. 
EMPIiOYEES. 

Number of members, about 420. President, James Heath ; Secretary, 
Geo. Tristram ; Treas. Wm. Black. Directors, Wm. Omand,Wm. Bow- 
stead, James Moses, John Williams, Wm. Brennan, George Lazarus, 
Thomas Renton, Daniel B, Wylie, William Allen, Duncan Davidson. 
Trustees — W. A. Robinson, J. G. Mclntyre, Robert Archibald. Audi- 
tors, George Ellis, A, Wingfield. Surgeon, Dr. Ridley. 



HAMItTOX CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIO:Sf. 

Established 1865. President, John Monteith ; Vice President, J. C, 
White; Secretary, Jas. F. McClure; Financial Secretary, J. Monteith ; 
Treasurer, A. Laidlavr, with 12 Trustees. The Board hold regular 
meetings every Monday evening, over the store, Market Square ; also 
quarterly meetings of the members on the 3rd Wednesday of January, 
April, July and October. A. Laidlaw, manager. 



CEOIIilAN GliEE CliEB. 

Established in 1865. Number of active members 18. The object 
of this society is singing for charitable purposes. President, C. S. 
Chittenden ; Secretary, Joseph Henderson ; Treas. John Boice. 



IIAMII.TON MEDICAIi Al^D SURGICAIi SOCIETY. 

Established 1863 — Meetings held first Wednesday in every month 
in Wentworth Chambers. President, J. D, McDonald, M. D.; Vice- 
President, J. W. Rosebrugh, M. D.; Secretary and Treasurer, John A. 
Mullin, M. D. 



DIRECTOET. 69 

TARIFF OF CHARGES FOR CABS. 



PLACES. 


TWO HORSES 


ONE HORSE. 


FROM 


TO 


One 
person 


Two 

persons 


Each 
addit'l 
person 


One 
person 


Two 

persons 


Each 

addit'l 

person 


Any place 
■within the 1st 
Division. 


Any place 
within the2nd 
Division and 

vice versa. 


Cts. 

25 


Cts. 


Cts. 
10 


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MOJfTREAL. TEIiEGRAPH CO. 

Hamilton Office, James street, 5 doors south of King street ; Geo. 
Black, Manager. This Company was established in 1847, with 540 
miles of wire and 10 offices. It has now about 8,000 miles of wire, 
and about 300 offices. President, Hugh Allan; Secretary, James 
Dakers ; Superintendent, H. P. Dwight. 



70 CITY OF HAMILTON 

AGRICULTURAIi & HCORTICriiTrRAI. SOCIETIES. 

Fruit Growers' Association for Ontario. — Officers for 1868 — Presi- 
dent, W. H. Mills, Esq., Hamilton ; Vice-President, J. C. Rykert, Esq., 
M. P. P., St. Catharines ; Secretary and Treasurer, D. W. Beadle, Esq., 
M. A., St. Catharines ; Directors, Judge Logic, Hamilton ; Geo. Leslie, 
Esq., Toronto; John R. Martin, Esq., Cayuga; Charles Arnold, Esq., 
Paris; Rev. R. Burnet, M. A., Hamilton ; A. M, Smith, Esq., Grimsby ; 
J. Springer, Esq., Barton ; L. Lewis, Esq., Winona ; W. Saunders, Esq., 
London. 

Hamilton Agricultural Society, — H. J. Lawry, President; Peter 
Grant, 1st Vice-President., Wm. Hendrie, 2nd Vice-President; A. 
Walker, Secretary and Treasurer. Directors, John Mitchell, Hon. H. 
B. Bull, H. H. Hurd, T. Lawry, Jasper Hill, Charles Magill, M.P„ 
and John A. Bruce. 

Hamilton Horticultural Society. — Established 18.50 — Incorporated 
1858. — This Society has gained the name of being the most successful 
of its kind on the American continent, having a large number of mem- 
bers and awarding a greater amount in prizes. Exhibitions are held 
three times during the season, viz.: May, July and September. The 
entries at the Fall Exhibition usually exceed that of the Provincial 
Fair in the same class. The following are the office-bearers for 1868 : 
President, William Craigie; Vice-President, F. C. Bruce; Secretary 
and Treasurer, Chas. Meston. Directors, Rev. Robt. Burnet, D. Murray, 
Wm. Hill, E. Townsend, A. W. Taylor, J. Freed, Richard Rowe, Jos. 
Wilson, W. Rayner. Standing Committees, Finance, — W. Craigie, 
Chairman ; F. C. Bruce, Fred, Murray, Hill and Meston. Arrange- 
ments, — F. C. Bruce, Chairman ; Townsend, Hill, Murray and Freed. 
Floral, — W. Hill, Chairman ; Townsend and Wilson. Fruit, — D. 
Murray, Chairman ; Rev. R. Burnet and Rowe. Vegetable, — J. Freed, 
Chairman ; Taylor and Rayner. 

South Wentworth. — Ira Rymal, Ryckman's Corners, President ; 
Moss I. Olmstead, 1st Vice-President ; James Harvey, Barton, 2nd 
Vice-President ; W. A. Cooley, Ancaster, Secretary and Treasurer ; 
Directors, Messrs. John Heslop and James Calder, Ancaster; John 
Renton, Glanford ; Jonathan Davis and H. R. WilsoU) Saltfleet ; Alex. 
Young, Barton ; William Brown, Binbrook. 

North Wentworth. — Beverly, John Armstrong, Secretary. Flam- 
boro' East, Thomas Stock, Secretary. Flamboro' West, Chas. Durant, 
Secretary. 



HAMIIiTOM WATER WORKS. 

William Haskins, Manager ; Adam Rutherford, Manager's Assistant; 
Robert Ralston, Collector ; James McFarlane, Mechanical Engineer, 
Office, City Hall Building. 



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WESTERN PERMANENT BVII.DINO SOCIETY. 

T. Duggan, M. D., President ; Thos. Mcllwraith, Vice-President; 
F. A. BallJ Secretary and Treasurer. Directors — "Wm. McMillan, 
David Wright, W. B. Woods, E. S. Whipple, Chas. H. Stokoe. 



CEMETERIES. 

Burlington Cemetery (York street West, Burlington Heights), near 
Dundurn Castle ; St. Mary's (R. C.) Cemetery, King street West. 



MASTER IN CHANCERY. 

William Leggo, Master in Chancery and Deputy-Registrar in Chan- 
cery — Office, Hughson street, between King and Main. 



GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION DEPARTMENT. 

Office, Railway Wharf, Hamilton. Richard H. Rae, agent. 



lilCENSED VlCTCAIiliERS' ASSOCIATION 

(Western Division), organized 1866. 

President, James McCabe ; Vice-President, Wm. Noble ; Secretary, 
P. Hefferman; Treasurer, J. E. Dallyn. 



10 



74 



TOWNSHIP OF ANOASTER. 



TOWNSHIP OF ANCASTER. 



bf— Broken Front, 
f.— Freeholder. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED. 



Blk.-Block. 
h.— Householder or Tenant. 



Con.— Concession, 



Con. Lot 

Adams, Chas 2 46h 

Adams, Israel 2 46h 

Adams, Morris 1 8f 

Adams, Mary 3 19 f 

Adams, Peter 5 40h 

Aikman, John & Saml.. 1 38 f 

Aikman, J. Crooks 1 37 f 

Aikman, S. H 1 39 f 

Allan, John 6 37h 

Almas, Frederick 3 55 f 

Almas, Gambel G 3 55 

Almas, Henry S 3 54h 

Almas, John 1 6f 

Almas, Patrick & David. 3 54h 

Almas, Samuel... 3 54f 

Anderson, William 3 42h 

Applegate, Henry 3 22 f 

Applegate, Rich'd & Geo 5 27 f 
Armitage, John W. G... 1 33 f 

Arms, Robert 3 52h 

Arms, Thomas 5 47 f 

Armstrong, Edward 1 47 f 

Armstrong, Walter 1 42 f 

Armstrong, Wm 5 47f 

Arthur, Hamilton 2 48 f 

Ashbaugh, Fred . , IGoref 

Ashmore, William 6 34 f 

Atkinson, Thomas 6 31 f 

Bamberger, Geo. W 1 Gore h 

Bamberger, John....,,... 1 Gore f 
Bamberger, John B. . . . 1 Gore f 

Bamberger, Peter 1 Gore h 

Bamberger, William 1 Gore h 

Bannister, George 3 19 f 

Barclay, John 6 44 f 



Con. Lot. 

Bawtinhimer, A. C 1 31 f 

Bawtinhimer, David.... 1 36 f 

Bawtinhimer, Mary 2 34 f 

Bawtinhimer, William... 2 32 f 

Beaty, Edward & Joseph 1 46 f 

Beaty, William 1 46h 

Bell, John C 2 19 f 

Bell, Mrs. Eliza 5 42f 

Bennet, James 5 48h 

Berry. Robert 2 4f 

Bertram, Francis 1 Gore h 

Bhimer, Wm. & Nelson. 1 31 f 

Biggar, David 4 29 f 

Biggs, Richard 1 32 f 

Biggs, Samuel 2 35f 

Billiald, Edric 2 25f 

Billiald, Henry 3 24f 

Binkley, Geo 2 57 f 

Binkley, John 1 55 f 

Binkley, Mark 1 54 f 

Binkley. Peter 1 55 f 

Bird, William 4 51h 

Bishop, Christopher — 1 27 f 

Bishop, Jeremiah 1 16 f 

Bishop, James 1 16 f 

Bishop, Lorenzo 1 15h 

Bishop, Nathaniel 1 15 f 

Blain, Jacob 2 53 f 

Blain, Stephen 2 53 f 

Blasdell, Benoni 1 13 f 

Blasdell, Daniel 1 11 f 

Blasdell, John 1 12 f 

Blasdell, Wesley 1 16h 

Blows, Lewis, joiner 1 12 f 

Blyth, William, tanner. 1 49h 



TOWNSHIP OP ANCASTER. 



75 



Con. Lot. 

Book, Adam, jr 5 44 f 

Book, Adam, sr 5 45 f 

Book, Henry 5 44f 

Book, Mrs. Maria 5 44 f 

X Book, John 4 25 f 

Book, Robt 5 44h 

Book, Wm 4 45f 

Bowman, John J 1 56 f 

Boyd, Francis J 2 20 f. 

Boylan, John 5 39h 

Bradshaw, Abram 3 33 f 

Bradshaw, George 4 25 f 

Braithwait, George 5 34 f 

Brett, Daniel 5 23h 

Brett, George 5 23 f 

Bringing, Robert 2 45h 

Bristol, Bev. Emerson... 4 39 f 

Brock, Mrs 1 15f 

Brooking:, Wm... 1 41 f 

Brown, Thomas 1 49h 

Brown, W.N 5 34 f 

Bryan, Jeremiah 2 22 f 

Bugner, Henry 1 31 f 

Bull, Jones, John 5 34 f 

Burnside, Alexander.... 3 30 f 

Burnside, James 3 29h 

Burnside, John 3 31 f 

Burrows, Joseph 1 29 f 

Bush, Thomas 2 43f 

Butters, David 6 32 f 

Butters, John 6 32 f 

Butters, Robert 6 32 f 

Byrns, Georse 2 45h 

Calder, Archibald 6 42h 

Calder, James 6 42 f 

Calder, James 6 37 f 

Calder, John 6 37 f 

Calder, Robert 7 39 f 

Calder, Robert 6 37f 

Campbell, James 2 45h 

Carlisle, Thos 5 42 f 

Chamberlain, Albert 2 46 f 

Chapman, Alex,, miller. 1 38 f 

Chep, James 2 45 f 

Christie, John 7 39h 

Chrysler, James 2 36 f 



Con, Lot. 

Clark, Edwin, merchant. 2 45 f 

Clark, John 3 19 f 

Clarkson, Wm 3 52h 

Clauseman, Joseph 1 39 f 

Cleary, Thomas 2 46 f 

Cleland, Geo 7 41 f 

Clemant James 1 8f 

Clemant, Wm 1 13f 

Cline, Geo. H IGoref 

Cline, Joseph IGoret 

Clink, George 4 43 f 

Coleman, Robert 1 45 f 

Colgan, Hugh 5 34h 

Compton, John 1 36 f 

Cooley, Wm. A 2 48 f 

Copeman, Benj 1 8f 

Cornell, Jer'h, merchant 1 12 f 

Coverdale. John 2 56h 

Cowan, Henry 4 31 f 

Cox, John 2 47f 

Cradoch, Richard H.... 1 40 f 

Craik, Joseph 5 41h 

Crandell, Alonzo 1 6f 

Crawford, William 2 28 f 

Cronyn, John 1 29h 

Crooks, Arthur 2 45 f 

Crookshank, Jno 2 45 f 

Crowell, Oliver 4 30 f 

Cunningham, Arthur. ... 5 43 f 

Dalton,^William 4 20h 

Daniels, John, sen 5 38f 

Daniels, John,jr 3 44h 

Dasef, Josephus 1 12f 

Dawdy, Jeremiah 5 31 h 

DawsoD, Thos 3 25f 

Delaney, William 1 31h 

Dingwall, Murdoch 7 38 f 

Dougherty, .James 1 48 f 

Dodd, Adam and John . 1 35 f 

Douglass, Robert 1 43 f 

Douglass, Robt., jr 1 43h 

Drake, Cyrus 2 9f 

Drake, Reuben 2 19f 

DuflFy, Edward 4 33 f 

Dunbar, Thomas 2 41h 

Duncan, Wm 6 37h 



76 



TOWNSHIP OP ANCASTER. 



Con. Lot. 

Dundin, Michael ^.. 1 40 f 

Dunham, Henry 1 13 f 

Dunham, James. 1 14f 

Dunham, \Vm. sen 1 11 f 

Dunham, Wm., jr 1 12 f 

Dunham, William, T.... 1 6f 

Djment, Charles 1 22 f 

Dyment, John, sen 1 22f 

Dyment, John, jr 1 23 f 

Eaton, John 5 39h 

Egleston, Harris &Alonzo 

manufacturers 2 45 f 

Elliott, H. N ... 1 31f 

Ellis, Robert, cloth manu- 
facturer 1 39 f 

Engell, Richard 4 28 f 

Evans, James 2 30 f 

Evans, Lewis 2 44h 

Farmer, George D 1 41 f 

Farmer, Wm 2 43h 

Faughey, Thomas 5 43f 

Faughey, Thomas 6 35h 

Ferguson, James 6 29 f 

Ferguson, John 6 33 f 

Field, James 1 18 f 

Field, James 3 33h 

File, William 3 21 f 

Filman, James 2 51 f 

Filman, John 2 51 f 

Filman, John 3 49f 

Filman, William 3 49 f 

Filman, William 5 31 f 

Findlay, William 6 42 f 

Fiudlay, S. A., merchant 2 45 f 

Fleming, John 1 40f 

Fonger, I., lumberman . . 1 2 f 

Foot, Lester S 2 46h 

Forbes, Robert 4 19 f 

Forbes, William S 1 44 f 

Forsyth, David 1 Gore f 

Forsyth, James 1 Goref 

Fo jyth, James 7 43 f 

Forsyth, John 1 50 f 

Forsyth, Samuel 1 Gore f 

Forsyth, Rev. Wm 1 4f 

Forsyth, Wm. A 1 4h 



Con. Lot. 

Fortune, Robert 5 37 f 

Fulkerson, George 2 31 f 

Fulkerson, Samuel 3 31 f 

Gabel, Jacob & Frank... 2 45 f 

GabelJohnW 2 46f 

Gage, Andrew 3 48f 

Gage, Emerson 2 48 f 

Garland, John 1 14h 

Garner, Wm. B 3 48 f 

Gerie, Alex 1 49h 

Gerie, William & Alex. 1 44 f 

Gibson, James... , 6 43 f 

Gillett, Henry 1 36 f 

Gordon, Peter E 1 45 f 

Gray, Robt 2 44h 

Green, Samuel 2 10 f 

Griffin, James (colored). 1 40 f 

Gritman, Jacob 6 43h 

Grooms, John 3 48 f 

Grunden, Anthony 5 32 f 

Guest, George 2 46 f 

Gurnett, Jas., merchant. 2 45 f 

Gurnett, Lemuel A 2 45 f 

Hagel, Joseph 4 50 f 

Haley, Catherine 6 36 f 

Haley, Edward 6 36f 

Haley, Mark 6 35f 

Hall, William 1 38h 

Haliburton,David&John IGoreh 

Halson, Chas. A 2 44f 

Hamill, Richard 2 45 f 

Hamill, Thoiias, sen.... 2 52 f 

Hamill, Thomas, jun.... 2 49 f 
Hanes, Alex., and Hanes 

Rianear 1 lOf 

Hanes, Ralph 3 48h 

Hardiker, John 2 51 f 

Hardy, Thomas 7 38h 

Harens, Robert 5 54h 

Harrington, James.... 3 3if 

Harris, John (colored) . 5 29 f 

Harvey, Wm 6 40f 

Hasselfelt, John 4 34h 

Hatt, Thomas 1 51 f 

Haviland, James M. . .. 4 20 f 

Hendershot, Peter 3 19 f 



TOWNSHIP OP ANCASTER. 



77 



Henderson, James 

Henderson, James 

Hendry, Alexander.... 

Henley, Daniel 

Heslop, John 

Hill, Benj. (colored)... 

Hill, Jasper 

Hinton, George 

Honnar, Thomas 

Hopkins, A. G 

Hopkins, "Wm 

Horning, Abram 

Horning, Andrew 

Horning, David S 

Horning, H.'S 

Horning, Jacob 

Horning, John 

Horning, Lewis 

Horning, Philip 

Homing, Philip 

House, Daniel & David . 

House, Daniel A 

House, Orange 

House, Orange L 

House, Thomas 

House, Vernal 

Howard, Wm 

Howell, Daniel 

David 

Ed 

Garrett 

George M 

Isaac 

Isaac 

Mrs. G. F 

Levi, merchant. 

Levi D 

M. H 

Nelson 

Obed 

T 

Wm.... 



Con. Lot. 

1 49h 

2 51f 

2 46f 

3 38f 

1 39 f 
5 29f 
IGoref 

2 46h 
34 f 

7f 
33h 
16 f 
50 f 
26 f 
54 f 



Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 
Howell 

Hubbard, A 

Hubbard, Arthur. 
Hubbard, A. J.., 
Hurley, Denis,... 



2 51f 
26 f 
55 f 
49 f 
31 f 
26 f 
29 f 
33 f 
31 f 
17 f 
27h 
42h 
19f 
26h 
22 f 
36 f 



2 23 f 

2 30h 

2 20 f 

3 19f 
2 18 f 

1 22 f 

2 15f 

2 16 f 

3 16f 
3 31h 
2 29 f 

2 45 f 

3 16h 
3 33 f 
1 3lh 



Con. Lot. 

Hurst Wm. B 1 5f 

Irelanii, John 2 27 f 

Irwin, Francis 4 21 f 

Irwin^ Richard 2 46h 

Irwin, Bobert 4 26 f 

Johnson, Edward 1 21h 

Johnson, George........ 1 21 f 

Johnson, Hiram 1 21 f 

Johnson, John.., 5 30h 

Johnson, Mark 5 38 f 

Johnston, Thomas 4 31h 

Jones, James W 2 27 f 

Jones, Wm. C, brewer.. 1 36 f 

Kellogg, Wm.: 5 49 f 

Kelly, Adam 4 40 f 

Kelly, Alem 4 23f 

Kelly, Alem, jun 4 39f 

Kelly, David 3 24f 

Kelly, Isaac 1 47 f 

Kelly, Israel 1 20f 

Kelly, Jonathan 4 41 f 

Kelly, Levi 3 24h 

Kelly, Bichard 3 23 f 

Kelly, Wm. C 3 24 f 

Kern, Wm 1 50 f 

Keys, Dr. F. L 2 I8f 

Kitchen, Geo. G 1 28 f 

Kitchen, Henry 1 23 f 

Kitchen, Henry 1 25 f 

Kitchen, Henry H 1 28 f 

Kitchen, Isaac 1 29 f 

Kitchen, Wm 1 37 f 

Kitchen, Wm 2 46h 

Kitchen, Wm 1 24 f 

Kitchen, Wm. H 1 24f 

Kitson, Thos 2 45h 

Knox, Thos 1 19f 

Kreamer, Jacob 3 40 f 

Laiag, John 3 32f 

Laing, Wm 3 42h 

Lampman, Elizabeth. . . 3 52 f 

Lampman, Peter 5 49 f 

Lane, Edward 3 25f 

La-e', William 4 43f 

Lawrence, Luke 3 19 f 

Leith, George 1 42 f 



78 



TOWNSHIP OP ANOASTER. 



Con. 

Lewis, Joshua 3 

Liddle, James 1, 

Lockman, Robert 2 

Loder, Wm 2 

Lovett, Robert 5 

Lowe, Thomas 1 

Lowry, M. S 2 

Lyons, Edward., 1 

Lyons, Stephen 1 

McCaulay, Joseph 3 

McCollum, Thomas 4 

McConachie, John 5 

McCoormick, John.... 2 

McCrimmen, Joseph E . 2 

McCrimmen, William T 2 

McCulloch, Gilbert 1 

McDermid, Alex 5 

McDermid, Colin 5 

McDermid, William.... 5 

McDonald, Alex 7 

McDonald, James 1 

McDonald, John 3 

McDonald, Wm 3 

McGregor, David 5 

McGregor, John 4 

McKay, James 3 

McKay, Murray 3 

McKay, Wm 4 

McLagan, Peter 6 

McLaren, James 7 

McLaren, John G 2 

McLaughlin, John 1 

McLeod, Roderick 2 

McLeod, Roderick 6 

McMicking, Jas 2 

McMillen, Andrew 1 

McMuUen, Jas 1 

McMullen, John, sen ... . 1 

McMuUen, John 2 

McMullen, John 1 

Mc Murray, John 5 

McMurray, William... 5 

McMurray, William, jun 5 
McNamara, Patrick and 

Daniel 5 

Mann, Elijah & Emerson 4 



Lot. , Con. Lot, 

48 f Mannen, John 1 3f 

43 f Markle, Joseph 1 15 f 

6f Markle, Walter 3 21 f 

45 f Marr, Adam and Thos. . 2 45 f 

47 f Matthews, John 2 18f 

48f Mayhew, Robert 6 47f 

45h Mercer, James 1 8f 

53f Menzies, Robert 7 40h 

48 f Miller, Alex 4 31 f 

44h Miller, D.H 3 20 f 

34 f Miller, M. S., blacksmith 2 16 f 

35 f Miller, W. G 3 lOf 

44h Millington, James 1 If 

37 f Millington, John 1 If 

46h Mills, George 5 42h 

39 f Milne, Jas. G 2 43f 

36 f Milne, Thos., merchant. 1 30 f 

36 f Misner, Amos 1 8h 

37 f Misner, George 2 7f 

36f Misner, Jacob... 1 12h 

42h Misner, J 1 6f 

41h Misner, Lemuel 2 12 f 

52h Misner, Peter 2 7f 

42 f Misner, Peter W 3 12 f 

50 f Misner, Phineas 2 7h 

25h Misner, Sylvester 2 11 f 

25 f Misner, William C 2 7h 

53h Misner, Mrs 1 8f 

31 f Mitchell, John 6 45f 

44 f Mitchell, Robert 1 16 f 

31 f Moffatt, James 7 38f 

25f Moffatt, William 6 34f 

47 f Monegan, John 1 48 f 

40h Mordue, Edward 1 6f 

46h Mordue, Joseph 2 4 f 

54h Moreland, David 5 40h 

49h Morton, James, butcher. 6 41 f 

48f Morwick, Hugh 3 42h 

45 f Muirhead, William 6 40h 

49h Mullen, Mrs 1 30f 

30 f Murdoch, Andrew 2 44h 

30 f Murdoch, George 2 46 f 

30 f Myers, George 4 21 f 

Myers, Henry 4 23 f 

33 f Myers, John 2 46 f 

30 f Myers, Nelson 2 45f 



TOWNSHIP OF ANCASTER. 



79 



Con. Lot. 

Near, Charles 1 2f 

Near, David 2 12h 

Near, John 2 12f 

Ness, Thos 2 46 f 

Newton, William 8 Gore f 

Nichol, Peter 2 44h 

Nixon, Jacob 2 31 f 

Norrie, Thomas 4 I6h 

Norsworthy , John 5 49h 

O'Hara, Richard.. 2 43h 

Odell, Mrs 4 21 f 

Olmstead, Benjamin 3 53 f 

Olmstead, Russell 3 53h 

Olmstead, Samuel N. . . 3 47 f 

Orton, Henry, M. D 2 42h 

Ovens, Henry 5 43 f 

Overfield,J. W 1 38 f 

Overholt, Hiram 1 20h 

Palmer, William 3 23 f 

Parnell, William 6 45 f 

Peer, Nelson.. ►.. 4 24 f 

Peer, Stephen 4 24f 

Pepper, Edward 1 6f 

Pepper, George 4 24 f 

Pepper, Isaac 2 5f 

Petrie, Geo., blacksmith. 2 18 f 

Petrie, Joseph 2 10 f 

Petrie, Robert 1 8f 

Pettit, James H.... 4 20 f 

Philips, George 4 28f 

Philips, Isaac... 4 28f 

Philips, James..., 4 28 f 

Philips, Joshua 3 42h 

Phillipo, Charles 2 46f 

Pb'llips, William 4 27 f 

Pipe, Mrs 1 32 f 

Postans, Richard 2 45h 

Postans, Thomas 2 45 f 

Prentice, John, merchant 6 38h 

Pringle, James. 1 38 f 

Pritchard, John.... 1 31 f 

Qair'an,Edward, butcher 1 19 f 

Rae, Edward 5 46h 

Raymond, A., druggist. 2 45 f 

Reid, Cornelius 1 54 f 

Reid, Conrad -.... 2 52 f 



Reid, James , 

Remey, D., lumberman, 

Remey, Josh , 

Renton, William 

Renton, Peter 

Rice, Wm 

Richards, Able M 

Richards, John 

Richards, William 

Richardson, David 

Richardson, John , 

Richard, Daniel , 

Rinkle, Fred, sen 

Rinkle, Fred, jun 

Ritchie, Jag. E 

Ritchie, Wm. A , 

Robb, Andrew 

Robb, John 

Roberts, Alfred 

Robertson, John 

Robertson, Thomas 

Robinson, John...... .. 

Rodwell, Alfred. 

Rodv.ell, Thos 

Ross, William 

Rouse, Henry 

Kusseaux, G. B 

Runchey, Thomas 

Russell, Geo 

Russell, James 

Russell, John 

Russell, John 

Russell, Robt 

Rymal, Eli 

Rymal, Joseph 

Rymal John 

Rymal, Mrs. Louisa.... 

Rymal, Oliver 

Rymal, Philip 

Rymal, Wm 

Ryan, Thomas 

Sagar, Isaiah 

Sagar, Abram 

Sagar, Anthony 

Siigr~, Benjamin 

Sagar, James 



Con. 


Lot. 


1 


13 f 


1 


4f 


1 


3f 


7 


42 f 


6 


44 f 


2 


45 f 


2 


30 f 


2 


35h 


2 


30 f 


4 


31 f 


3 


44 f 


2 


45h 


4 


43h 


4 


43h 


3 


43 f 


3 


43 f 


2 


48 f 


2 


45 f 


2 


52h 


3 


44h 


1 


50 f 


5 


29 f 


5 


22 f 


5 


22h 


2 


35h 


1 


llf 


2 


45 f 


4 


21h 


5 


49 f 


6 


41h 


7 


41 f 


6 


43 f 


5 


37h 


4 


40h 


2 


57 f 


2 


57h 


4 


46 f 


2 


57h 


3 


40 f 


2 


57 f 


4 


21 f 


3 


28 f 


3 


25 f 


3 


28 f 


3 


28 f 


3 


38 f 



80 



TOWNSHIP OF ANCASTER. 



Con. 

Sanborn, Samuel 4 

Scott, Wm 3 

Secord, Angus 2 

Secord, Wm 2 

Sexton, Wm 2 

Shaver, Daniel 5 

Shaver, Daniel 3 

Shaver, Edgerton 3 

Shaver, Fred 3 

Shaver, Thos 5 

Shaver, Philip 4 

Shaver, Wm, 4 

Shaver, Wm. H.,jun.... 2 

Shaver, Wm. H 3 

Shaver, Horace 4 

Shaver, Henry 2 

Shaver, Jacob A 4 

Sharp, David 4 

Sharp, Ichabod 5 

Sharp, Ichabod 5 

Sharp, Morris, 4 

Sharp, Robert 5 

Sharp, William 3 

Simpson, Charles 2 

Simpson, William 2 

Slaughter, Samuel 5 



Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 
Smith 



Abram 1 

Albert b 

Alex 3 

Allan 5 

A. S..... 6 

Benjamin 4 

Crowell 4 

David 3 

David 3 

Denis 3 

Edmond , 4 

Harmannus. .. . 4 

James 3 

James 3 

Jesse 3 

Jesse 4 

John W., 5 

John 4 

Josiah 1 

Joseph 4 



Lot. 

39 f 
39h 
56 f 
56 f 
21 f 

33 f 
37 f 
36h 
35 f 

34 f 
36f 

35 f 
13 f 
36h 
37 f 
13f 
36h 
29 f 
28h 

29 f 

30 f 
28 f 
30 f 
44h 
46h 

43 f 
7h 

41 f 

48 f 

46 f 

47 f 

49 f 
49 f 
26 f 
26 f 
25 f 
47 f 

44 f 
41 f 
16f 
41 f 
49 f 
39h 
42h 

9f 
43 f 



Smith 



Joseph. 



Con. Lot- 

5 48f 



Smith, Lemuel 

Smith, M 

Smith, Matthias 

Smith, Mordecai 

Smith, Peter 

Smith, Peter 

Smith, Philip 

Smith, E-ichard. 

Smith, Secord 

Smith, S. W., merchant. 

Smith, Thomas 

Smith, William 

Smith, William 

Smuck, James 

Smuck, Jacob D 

Snyder, Alpheus 

Snyder, Fred 

Snyder, Frederick G . . 

Spratt, Thouias 

Spohn, Jacob V^ 

Spohn, Philip 

Spohn, Philip H., teacher 

Spohn, W.C 

Steele, Gabriel 

Stewart George 

Stewart John 

Stewart John 

Stewart, Peter 

Stewart Robert 

Stewart, Rev. Schuyler. 

Stinebaugh, Abram 

Stinebaugh, Isaac 

S tinebaugh, Isaac V . . . . 

Stinebaugh, Jacob 

Stinebaugh, John 

Stinebaugh, John M 

Stinebaugh, Philip 

Stinebaugh, Samuel 

Stinebaugh, Wesley 

Stone, Samuel 

Story, David 

Street, James 

Stroud, Alfred 

S truthers, Andrew 

Sutherland, James 



49 f 

48h 

4f 

22h 

6 47f 
4 43h 

4 22f 
3 22f 

5 48h 

3 24f 

7 42f 

4 48f 
7 40h 

6 46f 

7 43f 
4 38f 
3 38 f 
3 39f 

2 46h 

3 51f 
3 50f 
3 50h 

3 50h 
2 46f 

6 30f 

7 39f 

4 29 f 
4 29h 
6 30f 



13 f 
12h 
19f 
22 f 
11 f 
19 f 
12h 
19f 
6f 
17 f 
47h 
19 f 
46 f 
1 Gore f 
3 34h 
6 46f 



TOWNSHIP OP ANOASTER. 



81 



Con. Lot. 

Swaitz, Peter, colporteur 3 19 f 

Swaitz, John L 3 19f 

Sweazie, Andrew J 3 46 f 

Sweazie, J. W 3 4<5h 

Sweazie, J, H 3 4511 

Tayler, Donald 2 40f 

Taylor, George H 3 32f 

Taylor, John 3 40 f 

Taylor, Joseph 2 45h 

Teeple, James 6 47h 

Teeple, Wm. H 2 29f 

Templar, Charles 1 34 f 

Templar, George 2 24 f 

Templar, John 2 28f 

Templar, Samuel 1 34 f 

Templar, Wm., sen 1 34f 

Templar, Wm., jun 2 33 f 

Thuresson, Eyre 2 46 f 

Thuresson, Wm. H 2 46f 

Thompson Geo 2 45f 

Thompson, James 3 29h 

Tisdale, M. D. L 2 45f 

Tolmie, Daniel 1 15h 

Travis, George 4 28f 

Trotman, Joseph 2 46 f 

Trowbridge, John, senr. 

andjunr 4 21 f 

Tufford, Oliver 2 25f 

TurnbuU, James 1 47 f 

Turner, Robert 2 48h 

Urquhart, Alexander 2 45 f 

Urquhart, John R 2 45h 

Vandelip, Wm 2 26 f 

Vannorman, Angus 5 34 f 

VanSickle, Aaron 2 6f 

VanSickle, Abram I.... 3 14 f 

VanSickle, Abram R.... 3 18f 

VanSickle, Adam 2 11 f 

VanSickle, Benj 5 28f 

VanSickle, Clossin 2 18 f 

VanSickle, Cyrus 5 26f 

VanSickle, Erastus 3 llh 

VanSickle, George 1 17f 

VanSickle, Henry 2 9 f 

VanSickle, Jan?es 4 27 f 

VanSicMe, Jacob 1 8h 

11 



Con. Lot 

VanSickle, John.... 3 18 f 

VanSickle, John 2 17 f 

VanSickle, John D.... 3 11 f 

VanSickle, Lemuel 3 14 f 

VanSickle, Levi 1 1 6 f 

VanSickle, N 5 28 f 

VanSickle, Peter 2 10 f 

VanSickle, Philip 2 8h 

VanSickle, Wm. C 3 ]8f 

VanSickle, Wm 4 21 f 

Van serey, Abram 2 46 f 

Vassie, John 1 46f 

Vernon, Joseph 5 40 f 

Walker, James.v 6 34f 

Walker, John............. 7 38 f 

Walker, Robert 6 47 f 

Walling, Clemens 1 (Joreh 

Watson, Thos. J.... 1 45 f 

Waugh, John R; 3 19 f 

Waugh, RoUin, 1 32 f 

Weaver, Matthias..... 3 27 f 

Weaver, Nicholas......... 1 9f 

Weaver, Peter 1 3f 

Weaver! Zenas 2 24f 

Wedge, Andrew .......... 5 3 4h 

Welling, JonathaH. .- 4 51h 

Williams, William I 6f 

Williamson, Edward.... 1 6f 

Willson, J. S. 3 39 f 

Wilson, Charles H 2 9f 

Wilson, Eli 2 15f 

Wilson, E.H 2 17h 

Wilson, Georgo 2 32 f 

Wilson, James B 2 15h 

Wilson, James 2 45 f 

Wilson, James F 4 31 f 

Wilson, John 3 44 f 

Wilson, Jonathan 2 1 5h 

Wilson, John 1 47h 

Wilson, Levi 2 15f 

Wison, Lemuel..... 2 16f 

Wilson, Mahlon 3 13 f 

Wilson, Robert. 1 27f 

Wilson, Simeon 2 13f 

Wilson, William 6 39h 

Wilson, William 2 17 f 



82 



TOWNSHIP OF BARTON. 



Con. Lot. 

Wolsencroft, Chas 2 45h 

Wood, Robert 2 12 f 

Wordley, Wm 1 4<0h 

Wright, James 2 46h 



Wright, John 1 4<7f Young, Theodore 4 



Wright, Matthew 1 

Wylie, Geo 2 

Young, Henry F 2 

Young, James 4 



Con. Lot. 
41 f 
38h 
18f 
32 f 
26h 



TOWNSHIP OF BARTON. 



Adams, Robert L 

Aikman, Michael 

Allen, Martin 

Almas, David, sen 

Almas, David, jun 

Almas, William 

Anderson , T homas 

Angier, D. L 

Armstrong, Wm. J, 

Arthur, Colin 

Arthur, Humphrey. . . . 

Ashbaugh , Frederick 

Bailey, B 

Ball, F. A 

Barber, Edward ;. 

Barnes, George 

Barr, George 

Bauer, Henry. 

Bates, Pbilo , 

Barry, John 

Bell, D 

Bell, John , 

Bellow, Patrick 

Bensley, Benjamin 

Bensley, Robert 

Best, ThomasN 

Binkley, H 

Black, Robert 

Blacketone, Elizabeth... 

Bluefoot, Jeff 

Bond, James 

Bond, Silas 

Boden, Thomas 

Bowering, Robert 

Boyd, Alex 

Bradley, John..., 



2f 

lOh 

8h 

9f 

9f 

8f 

7f 

10 f 

3h 

14 f 

10 f 

21 f 

lOh 

10 f 

lOf 

20 f 

10 f 

6f 

13h 

7f 

lOh 

13 f 

15h 

10 f 

11 f 
12f 
14h 
13 f 
15f 

7f 
13 f 
15f 

3f 
13f 
15h 
13 f 



Bradt, Jacob 

Bradt, Stephen 

Bradt, S. H 

Bradt, Walter 

Brew, Patrick 

Brice, Nathan 

Bridgeman; John 

Brierley, James 

Broadbent, Samuel 

Broadwater, Phillip 

Brown, Adam 

Brown, M. W 

Brown, John, merchant. 
Bruce, Alex., barrister. . 

Bruce, Magnus 

Bruce, Wm 

Bruce, Wm. P 

Buchanan, Hon. Isaac... 
Buckingham, Wm. sen. 

and Wm. jun 

Bull, Rev. Geo. A 

Burkholder, Amos 

Burkholder, Cyrus 

Burkholder, David J.... 

Burkholder, H. B 

Burkholder, J. H 

Burkholder, Elijah 

Burkholder, Joel 

Burkholder, Michael.... 
Burkholder, Michael.... 

Burkholder, Peter 

Burkholder, Wm. S 

Burnet, David 

Canadian Oil Refining Co 

Carpenter, J. P 

Carr, John 



8 15h 
8 9h 
6 14h 



14h 

lOh 

3f 



3 lOh 



6f 
21 f 

7f 
14 f 
14 f 
16 f 
14 f 
lOf 
13 f 

2f 
15f 



4 llf 

4 14f 

5 9f 
9f 
9f 

lOh 
4f 
8f 
8f 

6 llf 
2 lOf 

9f 



4f 
2h 
9f 
9f 



8 15f 



TOWNSHIP OP BARTON. 



83 



Con. Lot. 

Carter, Jas 2 2lh 

Cartwright, Thos. E.... 4 14 f 

Case, Adolplius 2 6f 

Case, Charles 6 13 f 

Case, John 4 14f 

Case, George 7 14f 

Cassidy, Hugh 2 lOh 

Chapel, Thomas 1 7h 

Chapman, Wm 4 15f 

Chrjsler, Silas 3 4h 

Cline, James G 2 2f 

Cline, Thomas H 1 2h 

Condy, James 3 If 

Condy, Wm 4 2f 

Connor, Michael 2 10 f 

Connor, Robert 6 14h 

Conway, Moses 4 9f 

Cook,Adam 4 13f 

Cook, Geo. P 2 lOh 

Cook, James R 7 If 

Cooper, Ohas 2 lOh 

Coverdale, Thos G 21h 

Cozens, Andrew 3 lOh 

Cozens, Samuel 3 4h 

Craigie, Wm 4 14h 

Cranfield, Richard 4 15h 

Crawford, Patrick 2 10 f 

Crawford, Rev. Wm. H. 4 5h 

Creed, James 2 lOf 

Crosthwaite, Arch 3 3f 

Crosthwaite, Daniel 3 3f 

Crosthwaite, Mrs. Geo... 3 3f 

Crosthwaite Harvey.... 3 3f 

Cummings, Jas 4 12 f 

Curran, Richard 2 5h 

Dark, James 6 15h 

Darrow, F. A .. 3 9h 

Davey, George o t3h 

Davis, Elijah S 5 4f 

Davis, Gilbert bf 10 f 

Davis, James C 5 5f 

Davis, James G 4 10 f 

Davis, John 2 lOf 

Davis, John 6 lOf 

Davis, John A 5 4f 

Davis, John H , 3 lOf 



Con Lot. 

Davis, Thomas W (i lOf 

Davis, Wm. A 5 5f 

Dawson, Geo 8 15 f 

Dayfoot, P. W 2 9f 

DeCoverley, Chas. R-... 7 14 f 

Degear, Jacob 6 2h 

Depew, Abram 3 2f 

Depew. Charles bf 5f 

Depew, David 4 2h 

Depew, Mary 4 If 

Depew, Peter 3 2h 

Dickenson, George 7 14 f 

Dingle, James 6 14f 

Dingle, Joseph A 7 13 f 

Dixon, Thomas 2 lOh 

Doran, James 7 14f 

Donnelly, Edward 4 13 f 

Draper, Elisha 3 2f 

Drummond, Geo 3 2h 

Dryden, James 4 r2h 

Dryden, William 4 15h 

Duffy, John 1 lOf 

Durfey, Theodore 4 2 h 

Durfey, Thomas 5 2f 

Easter, Fred 2 12 f 

Ewiog, David 1 9f 

Fagan, Geo 3 2h 

Farley, Patrick 4 5h 

Fallahy, James ,.. 2 9h 

Ferrie, John 4 17h 

Filman, Mrs. Jane 6 15 f 

Filman, James C 4 6f 

Filman, John H 7 15 f 

Filman, Mrs 4 16f 

Filman, Peter 7 15f 

Finncan, Patrick 4 5h 

Finton, James 7 11 f 

Finton, John 7 11 f 

Finton, Phillip 7 12 f 

Finton, P. J 7 11 f 

Finton, Samuel 7 12f 

Flewelling, Isaac ■ .S Ih 

Flock, Daniel 4 3f 

Fowler, John 2 10 f 

Fox, George 3 5h 

Fox, George 4 12 f 



84 



TOWNSHIP OP BARTON. 



Con. Lot. 

Fraaiey, James 3 4h 

Freed, John, sea ,. 3 lOh 

Freeman, S. B..., 4 14f 

French, Geo 2 lOh 

Gage, Andrew bf 4f 

Gage, George 2 7f 

Gage, James 3 6f 

Gage, James. 2 lOf 

Gage, John 4 7f 

Gage, John 2 2f 

Gage, Peter, jun 2 If 

Gage, Philip 3 5f 

Gage, R. R 3 2f 

Gage, Solomon 1 If 

Gage, William bf If 

Gain, Thomas 3 2h 

Gardner, Wm 1 8h 

Garrett, J. S 4 12h 

Gell, Wm., innkeeper .... 3 Ih 

Ghent D 4 lOf 

Gibson, Alexander 2 lOh 

Gibson, John, sen 2 lOh 

Gillespie, Geo., merchant 4 13h 

Goodman, E 2 lOh 

Goodman, John 2 10 f 

Gourlay, Mrs 4 19f 

Gray, Chas 1 5h 

Gray, Martin 2 lOh 

Gree, Mrs 6 15f 

Green, John A 5 9h 

Green, William B 4 9f 

Griffin, Thos 3 lOh 

Hagle Nelson 8 llh 

Hampson, H 3 lOh 

Hampson, Jas 2 lOh 

Hanna John 6 15h 

Harper Andrew 3 lOf 

Harper Wm 4 9f 

Harris, George 5 7f 

Harris, John 2 2h 

Harris, John S 5 Ih 

Harris, Thomas bf 6f 

Harris, Wm. A 3 2h 

Harvey, James bf 7f 

Hayes, John 4 15h 

Hendrie Wm 3 9h 



Con. Lot. 

Henwood, Edwin, M.D.. 4 10 f 

Hess, Andrew 8 16 f 

Hess, David 6 15f 

Hess, Jacob 8 I6f 

Hess, Jacob 8 14f 

Hess, Peter 8 13f 

Hess, Samuel D 6 3h 

Hill, Alfred 3 8f 

Hill, Charles 4 llf 

Hill,G 3 2h 

Hines, Chas 6 13h 

Hines, Henry H 6 14 f 

Holden, James B..,".... 4 13f 

Holland, George F 6 14f 

Holton,Warran 3 7h 

Hopkins, Richard 4 14h 

Hopkins Robt 2 9f 

Hopwell, Wm 4 13h 

Horning, Abraham 7 9f 

Horning, Edward 7 9f 

Horning, Isaac 7 lOf 

Horning, Jacob 7 9f 

Horning, Jonathan 7 10 f 

Howard, Samuel, jun .. . 5 llf 

Hunt, Chas 2 lOf 

Hunt, Harry 4 llh 

Hunt, William 4 12h 

Hunter, John 7 8f 

Hunter, Walter 7 7f 

Hurd, Benjamin bf lOh 

Hutchinson, Isaac 8 Ih. 

Hutchinson, John 8 7f 

Jackland,C 8 8h 

Jaggard, Wm 4 9f 

Jaggard, Thomas 4 3h 

James, Simon 3 5h 

Jameson, Alex 6 Ih 

Jeffrey, John 6 15h 

Johnson, Edward 4 9f 

Johnson, Geo 1 10 f 

Johnson, William 3 9h 

Johnston, Henry 4 9f 

Jolley, James • 4 12f 

Jones, David 3 If 

Jones, George 4 lOh 

Jones,Jno , 3 8f 



TOWNSHIP OP BARTON. 



Con. Lot. 

Jones, Joseph J bf Ih 

Jones, Phillip H 3 2h 

Jones, Phillip W 3 If 

Jones, Stephen 3 Ih 

Jones, Wm. J.,^. bf 3h 

Kelly, John. 7 2h 

Kelly, Thos 5 2h 

Kennedy, Edward 7 5f 

Kennedy, Lawrence 5 5h 

Kern, Isaiah 8 18f 

Kern, Jacob 8 18 f 

Kern, Samuel 8 17f 

Kerr, John W 4> 6f 

Kilvington, Geo 2 lOh 

Kilvington, Thos,, sen... 2 10 f 

Kinrade, H E 4- 7f 

Kirkendall, Geo. W 5 llf 

Kirkendall, Wm 6 lOh 

Kjrkin, John 5 llf 

Kirkpatrick, E. A 8 20h 

Land, John bf lOf 

Land, Robt., jun, bf 10 f 

Leme, Jacob .• 2 lOh 

Lemon, James .,,.„ 4 18h 

Lampton, Rev. H, .„..,,, 2 10 f 

Larkin, H. J 2 4h 

Lavell, Owen 4 3h 

Lawry, H.J, 4 15 f 

Lawry, Thomas 4 12 f 

Lefler, Joseph 3 2h 

Lenyard, Patrick 4 Ih 

Lewis, Pompey 4 12 f 

Lewis, Thomas 5 llf 

Liman, Charles W 4 llf 

Ling, Lewis 6 3h 

Liscomb, James 3 Ih 

Liscomb, Joseph 3 5h 

Little, John 2 10 f 

Logan, Samuel M 4 lib 

Loftus, Patrick 2 lb 

Loosemore, Thomas 2 3h 

Lottridge, Lewis 8 21 f 

Lottridge, John E bf 6h 

Lottridge, Thomas bf 6f 

Lottridge, William 1 6f 

Lottridge, William H.... 1 5f 



Con. Lot 

Lottridge, WiUiam jun. . bf 7h 

Lowden, Robt............. 8 7h 

Lynch, Patrick ,. 2 9h 

Lynch, Thomas 2 10 f 

McAuUff, P 2 9h 

McCarthy, Dennis ...... 2 lOh 

McCauley, James 6 15h 

McCauley, Kenneth 3 lOh 

McCoy, John 1 Ih 

McDonald, Dennis...... 3 5h 

McDowell, William 3 lOh 

McElroy, Robert 5 14f 

McEvoy, James 2 lOh 

McFarlane, Robert 4 I8h 

McFarlane, William 5 19h 

McGill, Rev. A.. 8 13h 

McGregor, Mary 6 14 f 

Mclnery, James...,. bf 9f 

McKeand, Arch 3 7f 

McKeand, James......... 4 18 f 

McKee, Henry ,,,.. 8 I5h 

McKeown, John........... 6 15 f 

McKinstry, Henry 5 l2f 

McLaughlin, Garrett..,. 3 5h 

McLean, John ..,.,... 1 10^ 

McLeod, Duncan...,,,,,. 1 9h 

McTague, Michael. 4 5h 

McTague, Patrick 5 2h 

Macklem, William 5 21 f 

Macklem,Wm.E.. ...... 5 21h 

Magann, Christopher 2 10 f 

Maloy, Thomas 3 2f 

Marshall, Alex 7 14 f 

Marshall, Anne , 6 14f 

Marshall, George..., 7 14 f 

Marshall, William 7 14f 

Marshall, William 2 lOf 

Martin, Henry 2 lOh 

Martin, Richard, ,. 4 13 f 

Mason, Charles 2 lOh 

Mason, James 5 llf 

Mason William 2 lOh 

Masters, Peter 2 2h 

Merritt, N 3 9f 

Middlewood, Jos., brewer 2 9 f 

Middlewopd, George...... 3 9f 



86 



TOWNSHIP OF BARTON. 



^Con. Lot. 

Mills, George 2 6h 

Misner, William 7 I2f 

Montgomery, William.... 2 lOh 

Morris, Christopher 1 7f 

Mott, David 2 21 f 

Munn, Harman 5 8h 

Munn, James 4 8h 

Munn, William 5 8f 

Muirhead, Walter; 5 16 f 

Murray, Andrew 2 Ih 

Murray, John 6 15h 

Nairn, JDuncan 3 If 

Neff, Abraham, sen 6 12 f 

NeflP, Abraham, jun 6 13 f 

Neff, Jacob 6 13 f 

Nelson, George 4 9f 

Nelson, William... 4 9f 

Niblock, Moses 5 13h 

Nicholls, W. H 4 19 f 

Nicholls, Wm. B 4 19f 

Nicholson, Denis 5 15h 

Norra, James 5 17h 

O'Day, Denis 2 10 f 

O'Day, James 2 10 f 

O'Keefe.David C. P.L.S. 4 15f 

Ogg, William 1 3h 

Osborne, Jas 4 13f 

Osborne, Robert 3 Ih 

Parker, Robert 1 lOh 

Passmore, Richard 5 12 f 

Peacock, Arthur 7 15h 

Pear, Francis 2 3h 

Pear, James 1 3h 

Pearson, Thomas 8 5f 

Perry, Philip 8 4f 

Pickersgill . James bf 7h 

Pierson, Robert 8 5f 

Plant, Richard 4 9f 

Plasstorr, Joseph* 4 16h 

Pollock, Robert bf 7f 

Powell, R. S. T 7 3h 

Powell, Thomas S 4 15 f 

Prior. Isaac bf 5h 

Proctor, R.S 6 5f 

Ramsay, Robert .-... 3 2 f 

Randall, Samuel bf 9h 



Con. Lot. 

Rastrick, F. J 4 14f 

Raynor, William.. 2 3f 

Riddle, James 2 9h 

Rodgers, Wm. H 3 Ih 

Roelfson, David 7 21f 

Rousseaux. George 7 4f 

Rousseaux, J. B 7 3f 

Rousseau, James A 7 4 f 

Rousseau, John B 7 4 f 

Rousseau, Wm. W 7 4f 

Rowe, Richard 3 2h 

Roy, Robert 4 13f 

Ryckman, Hamilton, inn- 
keeper 8 15f 

Ryckman, S.W 6 15 f 

Rymal, Chas 8 20 f 

Rymal, Daniel V 20 f 

Rymal, Hiram 7 20 f 

Rymal, Ira 8 19 f 

Rymal, Jacob 8 lOh 

Rymal, John 7 21 f 

Rymal, John 8 20h 

Rymal, Joseph, M.P 6 20 f 

Rymal, Wm 8 16 f 

Sanders, Robt 7 5f 

Santee, Ephraim K 4 9f 

Scott, W.J 4 9f 

Secord, A. A 6 4f 

Secord, George bf If 

Secord, Wm 2 56f 

Seddons, Geo.H 6 14f 

Senett, James 3 Ih 

Sennet, Owen 4 Ih 

Servos, Ethelbert 8 3f 

Sheaver, John B 6 17f 

Simpson, Robert bf 9h 

Sinclair, J. W 1 lOh 

Sinfield, Samuel 2 9h 

Skinner, Geo 8 14h 

Smith, John 3 Ih 

Smith, Mrs., John 2 lOh 

Smith, Lewis 6 14f 

Smith, Oliver J 2 lOh 

Snider, Andrew 5 6f 

Snider, James 5 6f 

Snider, John 1 9h 



TOWNSHIP OF BEVERLY. 



87 



Con. Lot- 

Snoddy, James 4 6h 

Sorenson, Chris 4 12 f 

Spicer, Alfred 5 19f 

Springer, Lewis 3 8f 

Stanton, John 2 Sh 

Still, John R •. 1 7f 

Stinson, Mrs. John 2 10 f 

Stipe, Simon Peter bf 5h 

Street, Charles 4 13 f 

Street, George 4 9h 

Stewart, James 4 13 f 

Sutherland, James bf lOh 

Sutherland, Margt 2 10 f 

Tackaberry, Robt 6 11 f 

Taylor, Abraham W.... bf 7h 

Taylor, David G bf lOh 

Taylor, Geo. H 6 6f 

Taylor, Henry 6 7f 

Taylor, IsaacK 2 10 f 

Taylor, Jacob S 6 7f 

Taylor, John 6 6h 

Taylor, John W 4 h 

Taylor, Joseph 6 7f 

Taylor, Lachlan 4 13h 

Taylor, Michael, J. P... 6 6f 

Terryberry, A 6 16 f 

Terryberry, Geo 6 16 f 

Terryberry, Horace 6 18 f 

Terryberry, Isaac 6 16 f 

Terryberry, Jacob 6 17 f 

Terryberry, Wm 8 13 f 

Thompson, John 4 14h 

Thornton, WiUiam 4 7f 

Tindall, Wm 2 lOh 

Tisdale, Chas. C 2 2h 

Tosh, John 4 3h 

Tovel, John 2 10 f 

Tovel, Samuel, sen..... 2 10 f 

Trendell, Wm 4 19h 

Turner, James 4 12 f 

Vallacott, Richard 5 19h 



Con. Lot. 

VanNorman, A. E 2 10 f 

Waddell, C. R 3 6f 

Waddell, R. R 3 5f 

Wakefield, John 5 llh 

Wakeham, P. H 4 17h 

Waller, Geo 3 If 

Walls, Joshua 8 15 f 

Walsh, Jacob 8 21h 

Ware, Wm 2 10 f 

Watt, Robert 5 3f 

Webber, John 4 9f 

Webster, George bf 10 f 

Welch, Thomas 2 Ih 

Weller, Geo 3 If 

Wells, Joshua 8 15 f 

Wells, William 8 15 f 

Wickett, John A 8 16h' 

Wilcox, Daniel 5 16h 

Wildes, James .. 2 10 f 

Wildes, Stephen 2 5h 

Wilkins, John 5 6h 

Williams, Ascot 1 9f 

Williams, J. M 4 16 f 

Williams, John 2 21 f 

Wilson, Boswell 2 5h 

Wilson, James 4 13h 

Wihon, John 2 5h 

Wilson, Robert bf lOh 

Wright, John 3 2h 

Wythe, Nicholas 5 12f 

Yeagar, William 7 llh 

Yeoman, Joseph 2 lOh 

Young, Alex 8 llf 

Young, Calvin 8 llf 

Young, D.W 7 7h 

Young, Geo. J 7 7f 

Young, Henry 8 15 f 

Young, James F 8 12 f 

Young, James W 8 12f 

Young, John H 6 14 f 



88 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY. 



TOWNSHIP OF BEVERLY. 



Con. Lot. 

Able, Frederick 6 7h 

Able, Mary 2 11 f 

Able, Wesley 2 15 f 

Adam, George M.. ....... 2 20h 

Albreth, John 3 28h 

Allan, I>avid 8 5f 

Allan, William 4 29h 

Allan, Michael.... 1 ah 

Almas, James 1 7 f 

Amann, George 3 33h 

Ames, Robinson 5 ISh 

Ammerman, Andrew. ... 1 8h 

Ammerman, John 3 4h 

Anderson, John 4 24h 

Ander on, John H 1 36h 

Andc-:on, William 1 26h 

Ardcrson, William.. 9 6f 

Ande-soi, William, sen. 10 4f 

And'ew, Andrew 3 24h 

Archer, George 7 28f 

Armstrong, Adam 4 18 f 

Armstrong, Benjamin .... 6 7 f 

Armstrong Elizabeth.... 4 19 f 

Armstrong, Hugh' 4 13 f 

Armstrong, John 4 17 f 

Armstrong, John 7 7f 

Armstrong, Joseph 6 7 

Armstrong, Thomas 3 I2h 

Armstrong, Tho-nas 6 7f 

Armstrong, William...... 4 17 f 

Arnold, Joshua 4 30h 

ArnoM, Robert 3 35h 

Arnold, Thoiias 4 34 f 

Atkins, Wm.. 3 24 f 

Atkinson, So ners. 1 12 f 

Babcock, Chris 7 2h 

Babcock, Hciry 5 5f 

Babcock, John 7 2f 

Brb'ock, Reuben 7 2f 

Babcock, Robt 7 13h 

Bacon, Elizabeth 1 5f 



Con. 

Bacon, Jacob 3 

Badger, Peter 2 

Baird, John 1 

Bagg, John 3 

Bakie, John 2 

Balantyne, Robert 7 

Ballantyne, Roger 7 

Bannon John 4 

Bannon, Patrick 4 

Bannon, Richard 4 

Barnard, William, 5 

Barrett, Wm 1 

Barrie, Wm 1 

Barron, Walter 4 

BasLerville, Thomas 7 

Beemer, Emerson 4 

Beemer, George 3 

Beemer, Munson 6 

Beemer, Robert M 3 

Beemer, Samuel ,.... 3 

Bell, George 1 

Belding, W. W 3 

Ber lett, Chas 5 

Bennett, David 1 

Bennett, Joel 4 

Beanett, John ,. 1 

B nnett, Matthew 5 

Bennett, Robert 4 

Betzner, Abram 2 

B-cL 11, David 9 

Bis'iop, Curisiopher 1 

Bishop, James 1 

Blackburn, Wm 8 

Blair, Charles 9 

Blake, Adaui 6 

BlaVe, James 6 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Blasdall, Benoni. 

Blasdall, George 

Blasdall, Isaac 

Blasdall, Isaac, sen. , 
Blasdall, Jacob 



Lot. 

31h 
15h 
4f 
6h 
14h 
24 f 
34h 
23 f 
19 f 
23 f 
35h 

13 f 
4f 

20h 

34 f 

Ih 

If 

7f 

2f 

3h 

2h 

28h 

lOf 

7h 

15f 

21 f 

10 f 

8f 

28 f 

27 f 

19 

17 f 

26h 

23 f 

14 f 
15f 
llh 
14h 
16 f 

13 f 

14 f 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY. 



89 



Con. Lot- 

Blasdall, John 3 3f 

Blasdall, Richard 1 16 f 

Bond, Edwin, merchant. 6 7f 

Bond, Henry 7 ^f 

Borthwick, George 5 33 f 

Borthwick, Walter 4 33 f 

Boshaw, Wm 1 30h 

Bower, Jas 1 36h 

Bowman, Joseph 1 26h 

Bojie, John 5 24 f 

Boyle, Joseph 3 20 f 

Bradwin, Joseph 1 13h 

Bray, John 4 6f 

Brenning, George 1 28h 

Bross, August 1 30h 

Brown, George 2 17f 

Brown, Joseph 3 32 f 

Brown, William 2 17 f 

Bruce, Jas 2 11 f 

Bryce, James 10 6 f 

Buckbrough, William.... 1 12 f 

Burke, Michael 3 28h 

Burkholder, Elijah 4 8f 

Burr, Wm 6 26h 

Burrell, George 5 31 f 

Burrows, Joseph, 1 31 f 

Burt, John 2 30 f 

Buyner, Mordecai W.... 2 7h 

Buyner, Robert P 1 ah 

Cairns, Thos 4 28 f 

Caismore, Wm 6 5f 

Cameron, Donald 10 13 f 

Cameron, Jas 7 19h 

Cameron, John 1 lOh 

Camp, Andrew 2 25 f 

Camp, Charles 4 25h 

CampI John 2 28f 

Camp, John 2 23f| 

Camp, Matthew 2 28 f, 

Campj Robert 2 25 f, 

Campbell, Alexander.... 10 23h 

Campbell, Donald 10 22h 

Campbell, Beney 10 25 f 

Campbell, John 6 4f 

Campbell, Thomas 9 21h 

Canwell,John 1 13 f 



Con. Lot. 

Carey, Martin 1 7f 

Carrick, Robert. 6 31 f 

Carroll, Margaret 4 32 f 

Carruthers, David 3 21 f 

Carruthers, John 4 20 f 

Carruthers, John 7 15 f 

Carter, George 7 14 f 

Carter, William 1 17 f 

Cartwright, Edmund.... 8 25 f 

Cavanagh, Patrick 1 24h 

Chamberlain, Frederick. 6 31 h 

Chambers, John 8 19 f 

Champ, John 4 18f 

Chapman, George tj 7f 

Chisholm, Colin...;.... 10 23 f 

Christie, Robert 2 36 f 

Clark, George 3 8f 

Clark, Thomas 2 30 f 

Clark, Wesley 2 30f 

Cleland, James 6 15f 

Cleland, Thomas 6 14 f 

Clement, Emerson 3 10 f 

Clement, John 3 14f 

Clement, Robert 3 14h 

Clifford, William 4 20 f 

Clinefelt, Frederick 5 If 

Clink, Stephen 3 11 f 

Clowting, Joseph 9 3h 

Cochner, v. illiam 5 35h 

Coleman, Andrew 3 6f 

Coleman, George... 3 8f 

Coleman, James 1 7f 

Coleman, James 3 36h 

Coleman, William 4 5f 

Collies, Charles 2 13h 

ColHns, James 3 16 f 

Collins, John 3 16f 

Commons, James 9 6f 

Connell, Nsthaniel 8 34h 

Congo, John 5 2h 

Congo, Samuel 5 15 f 

Conkey, Alexander 9 5f 

Connell, Richard 9 30f 

Connell, Thomas 7 32h 

Connor, Denr is 8 30 f 

Conway, Daniel 1 35 f 

12 



90 



TOWNSHIP OP BBYERLY. 



Con. 

Cooley, Andrew 4 

Cooley, P 4 

Ci oley, P., jr 4 

Cook, Archibald 6 

Cook, Edward 3 

Cook, George, seu 8 

Cook, George, jun 8 

Cook, Samuel 7 

C ok, Thomas 8 

Cope, Jacob 1 

Cope, Melson 1 

Copeman, Levi 2 

Cornell, Aaron 5 

Cornell, Benoni 4 

Cornell, BrewLn 5 

Cornell, Daniel 1 

Cn-nell, llenry 2 

Cornell, James B 1 

Cornell, Jeremiah 5 

Cornell, Jesse 2 

Cornell, John 4 

Cornell, Nelson 1 

Cornell, Samuel E 2 

Cornell, -^amuel 4 

Cornell. Thaddeus 2 

Cornell, William 8 

Cornwall, E 4 

Costello, (Widow) 5 

Costello, Matthew 4 

Costello, Thos 1 

Cowe, John 8 

Cowe, William 9 

Cranley, Michael 4 

Crawford, Duncan 9 

Crawford, John 6 

Cudney, Alexander. 8 

Cudney, R'chard 8 

Culham, Gjo 7 

Culham, Henry 4 

Culham, Henry 7 

Culham, James 6 

Culham, John 8 

Culham, Thomas 4 

Culham, Wm 7 

Camming, Allan 3 

Gumming, George 7 



Lot. 

4f Gumming, Jas 

3f Gumming, John 

4h Dakin, John , 

28h Dale, Andrew 

30h Dalziel, Walter 

35 f Davies, David, sen 

35 f Dawson, Clifton , 

27h Dawson, Henry 

25 f Dayman, Peter 

31 f Dayman Ralph 

32h Deagle, Samuel 

22 f Decker, Alpheus 

7f Decker, Peter 

20 f Deforest. Philip 

9f Delaney, Michael 

13f Deurey, Geo , 

19 f Deurey, Robert , 

32f Dickie, Jas 

12h DicVson, John • •• 

13 f Dickson, Peter 

8f Dicksen, Wm 

33h Dietz, Frederick , 

36 f Dodds, John and Adam, 
9 f Dodge, Leonard P 

12 f Downey, Rev, Samuel.., 

35 Downham, David 

33h Draper, Samuel 

35 f Drone, Wm..: , 

25 f Driver, Elizabeth 

Ih Dunn, James , 

22f Dunn, John 

20h Dunn, Joseph 

20 f Durand, Francis 

8h Dwyer, Patrick 

7f Dyer, Wm 

81 f Dyment, Chas 

31 h Dyment, John, senr 

4f Dyment, Nathaniel 

5h Dyment, William 

4f Eaton, William 

7f Easton, Agnes 

9f Echlin, Chas 

10 f Echlin, George 

6f Echlin, Henry , 

8h Echlin, John 

^Of'EchUn, Robert 



Con. 

7 

3 

3 

5 

8 

6 

8 

6 

1 

2 

5 

9 

3 

1 

1 

7 

7 

7 

9 

4 

7 

1 

1 

3 

6 

1 

1 

7 

2 

7 

3 

3 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 
10 

5 

4 

5 

5 

1 



Lot. 

20 f 

7f 

26h 

6h 

19h 

7f 

35h 

32h 

15f 

18f 

27 f 

15f 

32 f 

21f 

31 f 

gh 

8f 

14 f 

18f 

19h 

18f 

28h 

25 f 

7f 

7f 

13f 

15h 

I2f 

29 f 
35h 
27 f 
27 f 
33h 
32h 
20h 

22 f 
13f 
13f 

23 f 
36h 
20 f 

30 f 
31 
30 f 
29h 
31h 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY, 



91 



Con. Lot. 

Eddy, William 8 4h 

Edwards, George 4 25 f 

Ellerton, Thomas 6 20 f 

Elliott, George 10 161" 

Elliott, James 9 6f 

Elliott, John 1 26 f 

Elliott, William 3 8f 

Elliott, William B 1 28 f 

Embury, John 5 23 f 

Emery, Daniel 1 12h 

Emmoads, Henry 9 35h 

Ennis, Bryce 6 4 

Ennis, John 7 5f 

Ennis, William 9 35f 

Farrow, William. 2 29 f 

Faulkner, Arthur W.... 6 6f 

Ferguson, Archibald.... 9 9f 

Ferguson, John 9 8f 

Ferguson, Kobert 9 9f 

Ferrier, Thomas 3 14h 

Field. Benjamin. 1 18 f 

Field, Gilbert 1 31 f 

Field, Gilbert C 1 29 f 

Field, James 1 18h 

Field, Hiram 1 18 f 

Findlay, David. 6 36f 

Fingland, Wm., sen 5 19h 

Fingland, Wm., jun... 6 19 f 

Fisher, Henry 4 14f 

Fisher, Robert 4 14 f 

Fitzgerald, Patrick 4 18h 

Fitzpatrick, Geo 2 31h 

Flatt, Ellen 5 5f 

Fleming, Chas 6 5f 

Fleming, Thomas 2 29h 

Fleming, Thomas 4 16 f 

Fletcher, Charles 6 29h 

Fletcher, Christopher... 9 29 f 

Fletcher, John 7 30 f 

Fletcher, Robert 9 29 f 

Fletcher, Wm 7 30 f 

Fotheringham Saraket... 4 20 f 

Eraser, Donald 10 18 f 

Eraser, Simon 10 22 f 

Frier, John 7 17 f 

Fry, Christopher 3 24h 



Con. Lot- 
Fry, F. J. jun 1 29 f 

Fry, F.J. sen 1 29 f 

Gailey, Adam 2 35h 

Galbraith, David 9 17 f 

Galbraith, John 8 21 f 

Galbraith, Robert 7 33 f 

Gamble, John. 2 6f 

Gard, Samuel 1 9f 

Garrock, James 4 16h 

George Anthony 3 31 f 

George, John 4 34f 

Gerard, John J 7 4h 

Gernett. Lewis 5 eh 

Gibbons, Charles 1 13 f 

Gibson, Andrew D 10 3f 

Gibson, David 1 32 f 

Gilbert, John 8 20 f 

Gilbert, Thomas 9 26 f 

Gillies, Duncan 10 If 

Gilmore, Matthew 7 29 f 

Glass, Alex 1 13 f 

Goodfellow, Oliver 10 8f 

Gravel, Josh, sen 5 36h 

Gray, Edwin 9 31h 

Gray, George 9 31 f 

Gray, Henry, sen 10 35 f 

Gray, Henry, jun 10 10 f 

Gray, James 4 28 f 

Gray, Robert 10 2if 

Gray, Thomas 8 23 f 

Gray, William 3 30h 

Greer, Josiah 4 If 

Grieve, John 10 Ih 

Giier, Ales 1 28 f 

Grouse, John 2 31h 

Grummett, James (J ]0f 

Grummett, John 7 9f 

Grummett, 3Iatthew 7 9f 

Grummett, Samuel 7 15 f 

Grummett, Wm 6 Ih 

Grummett, Susan 6 5f 

Guckenburg, Fred 3 18 f 

Haines, Abram 3 30 f 

Haines, Wm 1 13 f 

Hall, George 1 8f 

Halliday, John 9 36f 



92 



TOWNSHIP OF BEVERLY. 



Con. Lot. 

Hammill, Charles , 7 4f 

Hamilton, Robt, 7 36 f 

Hancock, John 4 26f 

Harbottle, John 4 26 f 

Harbottle, Kobert 9 24f 

Harper, James 6 33 f 

Harper, William 4 23 f 

Harris, JohnE... 2 19 f 

Harris, Thomas.; 1 35h 

Harvie, Alex,, jun 8 6h 

Harvie, Andrew 7 10 f 

Harvie, Hugh 8 lOf 

Hathaway, John 2 9f 

Helm, Geo 10 lOf 

Hemsworth, Euphemia... 9 14 f 

Hemsworth, James 9 14h 

Hendershot, M. C 1 Idf 

Henderson, John 3 29 f 

Henderson, Robert 2 29 f 

Henderson, Robert 9 If 

Henderson, Thos. S 5 23h 

Henderson, William. .. . 5 22 f 

Henderson, William, jr. 5 23h 

Henry, John 2 32h 

Henry, John ^ 2 35h 

Henry, Wm 6 29 f 

Hill, James 8 5f 

Hills, George 2 36 f 

Hillborn, Margaret 4 9f 

Hobson, Wm 9 18h 

Hokare, Christian 7 gh 

Hore, James 1 32h 

Howard, Henry 1 lOf 

Howard, Henry 4 20 f 

Howard, James. 6 18f 

Huggins, John 3 29 f 

Hugill, Abraham 3 28 f 

Hugill, James 3 28 f 

Hugill, Wm 3 28f 

Hugill, Jonah 3 28 f 

Hugill, Jonathan 3 29 f 

Hull, Jonah 1 13 f 

Humphrey, John 4 7f 

Humphrey, William 4 12f 

Hunt, Arnold 2 17 f 

Hunt, George J 3 34 f 



Con. Lot. 

Hunter, Andrew 4 29h 

Hunter, Elizabeth 4 30 f 

Hunter, Robert 4 22 f 

Hunter, Robert R 7 25 f 

Hunter, Wm 7 25 f 

Huntley, Cyrus 4 If 

Hutchison, James 8 22h 

Inglehart, Martin 2 7h 

Inksetter, Robert 1 33 f 

Ireland, Thomas 5 25h 

[reland. William 3 23f 

Ironside, John 2 4f 

Irwin, Frederick 1 5f 

Irwin, Joseph H 2 9h 

Irwin, Thomas 1 18h 

Jackson, James 3 13 f 

Jackson, John 4 13f 

Jackson, Matthew 3 13 f 

Jackson, Thos 4 21 f 

Jackson, Wm 4 18 f 

Jackson, William 5 16h 

James, Sylvester 3 11 

Jameson, James 2 8f 

Jameson, James 7 31 f 

Jameson, John. .... 6 21 f 

Jameson, John 7 31 f 

Jameson, John 7 21 f 

Jameson, Robt 2 lOh 

Jameson, Robt 8 13h 

Jameson, Robt 8 14h 

Jameson, Thos 8 13 f 

Jameson, Thos 8 12 

Jameson, Wm 2 9f 

Johnson, Joseph 1 llh 

Johnson, Robert 6 17 f 

Johnston, Alexander 8 36 f 

Johnston Andrew 6 19h 

Johnston, James 1 Ih 

Johnston, John 6 17 f 

Johnston, John 10 15 f 

Johnston, William 8 36 f 

Johnston, Wm. & B 7 36 f 

Jones, Abel 3 11 f 

Jones. Andrew J 3 11 f 

Jones, Edwin & Wm.... 2 21 f 

Jones, George 2 31 f 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY. 



93 



Con. Lot- 
Jones, James TV. 3 11 f 

Kahlar, James 1 7f 

Keefer, John 5 3h 

Kelly, Dennis 2 33h 

Kelly, Israel 1 13 

Kelly, John 2 31h 

Kelly, W. R 1 12 

Kemp, Joseph 6 31h 

Kenchie, Alex 7 10 

Kenchie, James B •. 7 7f 

Kenchie, John 7 8h 

Kennedy, Ellen 7 31 f 

Kennedy, John 10 17h 

Kennedy, John 7 31h 

Kennedy, Thomas 1 30 f 

Kernighan, Ann 5 20 f 

Kernighan, Andrew 5 20 f 

Kernighan, Samuel, sen.. 5 20h 

Kernighan, Samuel, jun. . 5 20 f 

Kerr, Hamilton 9 36 f 

Keys, Dr 1 13 

King, Frank 2 33h 

King, Patrick 2 31h 

Kinnaird, Alexander 4 32 f 

Kinnaird, Dundas 4< 32 f 

Kirkpatrick, John 7 If 

Kitchen, John 6 lOf 

Kittler, John 4 5h 

Kivil, John 2 15h 

Kivil, Thos 2 lOh 

Kivil, Wm 1 13h 

Knox, David 6 2f 

Knox, Tbos., sen 6 2h 

Laidlaw, Adam 3 12 f 

Laidlaw, Stephen 3 13 f 

Lamb, Henry, F 6 11 f 

Lancaster, Thomas 4 34 f 

Langtry, Wm 6 21h 

Lapsley, Claude 7 211 

Lapsley, David 8 18f 

Lapsley, John 7 25h 

Law, Thomas 6 7 

Lawson, Abram 1 5h 

Lawrason, James W. . . . 3 7 f 

Lawrason, John P 3 5 f 

Lawrason, Walter 4 5f 



Con. Lot 

Leaeh, Robt. W 4 31 

Lee, John 4 lOf 

Lemon, Alfred J 2 17 f 

Lemon, Geo 9 30 f 

Lemon, James 1 16 f 

Lemon, Samuel 2 16 f 

Le-no 1, Samuel, jun 1 16 f 

Lemon, Thomas 2 15h 

Lemon, William 2 20 f 

Lemon, William 1 13 f 

Leslie, George 10 32 f 

Leslie, Henry 10 32 f 

Lewis Chas 1 28h 

Lewis, James 3 Ifeh 

Liephart, Justus 1 3h 

Lindsay, George 6 34h 

Lindsay, John, sen 6 34 f 

Lindsay, John, jun 6 33h 

Little, Thomas 7 22 f 

Littlejohn, William 6 4h 

Lloyd, Griffith 7 3f 

Lloyd, John 6 7h 

Lloyd, Joseph 7 3 

Lovegrove, David 1 lOh 

Lovegrove, Thomas 1 2h 

Lucas, George 1 19h 

Ludkee, Frederick 6 4h 

Lundy, J. B., M. D.... 6 5f 

Lurmon, John 2 31h 

Lungs, 31. S 1 13f 

Lutz, Wm 8 34f 

Lydicott, Edward 1 13 f 

Lyons, Mrs 1 I3h 

McAllister, Donald 9 19f 

McAllister, Hector 10 15h 

McAnully, John 10 36h 

McBain, Duncan ,. 9 13 f 

McBain, Gillis 10 10 f 

McBain, John 9 11 f 

McBain, William .. 9 11 f 

31cBain, Francis 8 17 f 

McBride, Neil 9 2h 

McCarthy, John 2 31 f 

McClelland, James 3 29 

McClure, Peter 5 13 f 

McClure, Wm.: 5 14 



m 



TOWNSHIP OF BEVERLY. 



Con. Lot. 

McCoag, Hector 9 16h 

McColl, Duncan 6 4h 

McCoU, Peter 8 hf 

McComb, Charles 6 21 

McCormick, David 6 25 f 

McCormick, James 4 29h 

McCormick, Robert 6 27h 

McCreight. Jas 2 22h 

McCuen. Wm. J 9 36 f 

McCusker, Thomas 4 20 f 

McDonald, Alex 9 12 f 

McDonald, Archibald... 10 27 f 

McDonald, Donald 9 12 f 

McDonald, Duncan 9 lOf 

McDonald, George 9 10 f 

McDonald, Helen 4 23 f 

McDonald, John 9 17h 

McDonald, Lewis 9 12h 

McDonald, Robert 8 27 f 

McDonald, Robert 10 23h 

McDonald, Thomas 9 8f 

McDonald, Wallace . 4 20 f 

McDonald. William 10 21 1 

McDonough, Jas 6 33h 

McGregor, Alexander ... 1 27h 

McGregor, John 1 36 f 

McGregor, John 6 16 f 

McGuire, Pat 3 2Sh 

McGuire, William 6 24 f 

Mcintosh, Alex 10 7f 

McIntO-h, Benjamin. , , . 6 30 f 

Mcintosh, James 10 8f 

McKenzie, Alex 9 If 

McKeiizie, Donald, jun... 6 ff 

McKenzie, Donald J 9 19 f 

McKenzie, John 10 25 f 

McKenzie, Simon 6 ff 

McKilli^an, Chas 9 2f 

McKnight, A^ndrew 5 22 f 

McKnight, Hugh & And. 6 24h 

McKnight, John 6 22 f 

McKnight, Thomas 6 24 f 

McLean, Alex 8 36h 

McLean, John 10 14 f 

McLeem, John 1 23h 

McLennan, John 2 lOh 



Con. Lot. 

McMenomy, John 3 18 f 

McMicking, Peter 4 27h 

McMillan, Wm 8 19 f 

McMullan, John 5 16 f 

xMcNaughton, Ann 3 2Gf 

McNeilly, Arthur 5 35 f 

McNeilly, Richard 5 35 f 

McNichol, Ezekial 4 29 f 

McNicbol, Ezekial, sen... 5 26 f 

McNichol, Thos & Hez. 4 29 f 

McNichol, Wm. James... 5 26 f 

McPhail, Dugald 9 30f 

McPhail, John 10 30 f 

McPherson, Daniel 9 6f 

McPherson, Elizabeth.. 10 13 f 

McPherson, John 10 lOf 

McPherson, William... . 10 6h 

McQueen, James, sen.... 7 I9f 

McQueen, James, jun.... 8 19h 

McQueen, John 8 19h 

McQueen, Robert 8 21h 

McQueen, Thomas 7 lOf 

McRoberts Margaret.... 2 6f 

McWilliams, Robert 10 6 

Madder, Francis 4 27 f 

Mahan, Edward 3 27h 

Mahoney , Jeremiah 7 33 f 

Mahoney, Patrick 8 33 f 

Main, Adam 2 14h 

Main, Alfred 8 7h 

Main, David, sen 6 8f 

Main, David N 6 8f 

Main,Edwin 6 6h 

Main, George 3 9f 

Main, Henry 3 8f 

Main, John 6 3f 

Main, John 10 6f 

Main, Maria E 3 6f 

Main; Stephen 6 6f 

Main, Wesley J 6 8f 

Maitland, Jas 3 26 f 

Malcolm, John 6 12f 

Mann, John 3 35h 

Mann, Martin 3 35h 

Mann, Richard 4 33h 

Mann, Wm., sen 3 35 f 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY. 



95 



Con Lot. 

Mannah, Wm 4 20h 

Mannon, David 1 3f 

Mannon, John 1 3f 

Marcy, Freeman 5 33h 

Markle, Alex 8 6 f 

Markle, John 5 5h 

Markle, Nelson 2 3f 

Marlatt, John. 2 2h 

Marlatt. Nathaniel 1 13h 

Marsh-^11, VVm. H 5 31 f 

Martin, Adam 1 27 f 

Martin, David 8 20 f 

Mariin, Donald 7 19 f 

Martin, John 2 24h 

father, David 3 6f 

Mathieson, Andrew 9 7h 

Mawhinnie, Alex 5 Ih 

Mann, Wm. sen 3 35 f 

May, William 1 12 f 

Merriam, John N 5 3f 

Merriam, VVm. C 5 3f 

Menzies, John, jun. &W. 7 16h 

Menzie=, John, jun 7 16 f 

Menzies, Wm 7 2(ih 

Meville, Peter 4 3()h 

Meyers, John 9 16h 

Mijdlemiss, Robert.... 6 7f 

Middlemiss, Wm 7 lOh 

Middough, Jane 1 20f 

Miles, Frederick 6 22f 

Miller, Henry 7 lOf 

Millington, John 1 A 

Mills, James 6 31 

Milne, Thos 1 29 

Misener, Clark 3 7h 

Misener, C 2 8f 

Misener, John 1 12 f 

Misene-, John 2 7h 

Misener, John C 2 8h 

Misener, Nicholas 2 8h 

Misener, Nicholas 3 lOh 

Misener, Walter 3 19h 

Mitchell, David 10 34h 

Mitchell, David (i 21 f 

Mitchell, James 9 32f 

Mitchell, Wm. A, 9. 32h 



C on. Lot. 

Moffatt, Adam 6 9f 

Montgomery, James 7 llh 

Montgomery, William 1 13 f 

Moore, Edward 5 17 f 

Moore, Edwin 5 17f 

Moore, Eli . 5 If 

Moore, John 5 2h 

Morton, Kalph 5 33f 

Morrison, Thos 6 29h 

Mulholland, D 1 ah 

Mulholland, George 2 lOf 

Mulholland, Hugh 8 3f 

Mulholland, Hugh A.... 2 9f 

Mulholland, Wm 7 13 f 

.Mulholland, D 1 Ah 

Murlutt, Nathaniel 1 13h 

Munro, Alex 10 28h 

Munson, E| hraim 2 13h 

Mulholloner, Geo 2 10 f 

Munson, Lent 5 14 f 

Neff, J. R 3 Gf 

Neff, Samuel 3 6f 

Newman, John 4 23f 

Nichcl, Geo. G 9 9h 

Nichol, Henry .... G 33h 

Nichol, James 6 35 f 

Nichol, Thomas 4 14 f 

Nichol, William 6 31h 

Nisbet, Adan 2 14 f 

Nisbet, Barnabas 2 12h 

Nisbet, Stephen 3 15f 

Nisbet, William .......... 3 18 f 

Nixon, John J 7 35h 

No. mandy, Lewis 1 13f 

Nugent, Thomas 1 31h 

Nunn, John and Josii ... 6 35 f 

O'Connor, Bartholomew 3 17 f 

O'Connor, Michael 3 17f 

O'Neal, James 1 35 f 

O'Ptiley, Daniel 3 8f 

Oliver, Robert 8 3h 

Orr, George M 1 13h 

Orr, James E 1 13f 

Orr, Wesley F 1 12f 

Orr, William 1 13 f 

Orr, Watson C 1 13h 



96 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY. 



Con. Lot. 

Ottman, Henry 5 30h 

Palmer, Nathan 10 5h 

Park, Simon 10 26 f 

Parker, John 7 26f 

Parker, Robert, sen.... 7 20 f 

Parker, Eobert, jun. ... 7 2(5 f 

Parsons, William 1 13h 

Patrick, Andrew, sen . . . 3 23 f 

Patrick, Andrew, jun.... 3 21 f 

Patrick, Tbomas 3 22 f 

Patrick, Wm 2 26 f 

Patterson, Charles 3 34 f 

Patterson, David 3 24. f 

Patterson, Donald 7 26 f 

Patterson, George 3 33 f 

Patterson, James 4 2h f 

Patterson, James 3 33 f 

Patterson, John 7 25f 

Patterson, Mary 4 31 f 

Patterson, Rob t., jun 4 25 f 

Patterson, Robt 2 25 f 

Patterson, R. L 1 12 f 

Patterson, Samuel 3 24 f 

Patterson, William 3 26 f 

Patterson, William 7 27 f 

Patton, Alexander 7 35 f 

Patton, Robert 4 31 f 

Patton, Samuel 4 31 f 

Pearson; Samuel 1 3lh 

Peirce, Geo. H 1 6f 

Pembleton, Allen 2 bf 

Pentland, James 8 24 f 

Pen tland, John 8 24 f 

Pentland, Peter 9 21h 

Pentland, Robert 8 23 f 

Peregrine, R 5 12f 

Peterman, John 5 2h 

Peters, John 2 31 f 

Phelps, Noah 1 20h 

Phelps, O.J 1 20h 

Picket. Ellen 2 33f 

Pitton, John 2 8f 

Pitton;;Wm 2 18 f 

Porteous, Rev. John 8 18 f 

Porteous, Thomas 7 15 f 

Preston, Thomas 6 21 f 



Con. Lot. 

Price, James 1 19h 

Pringle, Robert 6 20h 

Purdy, Hugh 6 24 f 

Purdy, Thomas 5 31 f 

Purvis, Wm 7 I'zh 

Racher, Chas 3 18h 

Rae, James 6 26 f 

Rafferty, Edward 5 15h 

Ramey, David 1 12h 

Rayner, John 4 34 f 

Rayner, Wm 4 34 f 

Reay, James 9 7h 

Reid, Alexander 8 32h 

Reid, Henry 7 35h 

Renwick, George 10 19 f 

Reuc, Karv 1 31h 

Reuc, Thomas 1 31h 

Rcuman, Charles 8 10 f 

Revell, Alfre 2 25h 

Revell, George 1 26h 

Richards, Joseph 6 6f 

Richardson, George. 1 12h 

Ricker, Christopher 6 7f 

Riddle, Robert 6 29h 

Riddle, Robert & John... 8 18 f 

Riddle, Walter 4 21 f 

Riddle, Wm 9 5f 

Riley, Wm 2 31h 

Rigsby, Isaac 3 30h 

Rintoul, David, sen 6 6f 

Rintoul, David, jun 6 7h 

Rintoul, James R 7 6h 

Robb, John 2 2f 

Robb, Wm 2 3f 

Roberts, Richard 4 32h 

Robertson, John 6 34 f 

Robertson, Thomas 9 4h 

Robertson, Walter 7 32f 

Robinson, John 3 26h 

Robinson, Richard 3 19 f 

Robinson, Robert 2 25 f 

Robson, John 10 22h 

Robson, Wm., jun 10 22h 

Robson, Wm., sen 9 23 f 

Rolefson, Daniel 5 32h 

Rolefson, John 3 6h 



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97 



Con. Lot. 

Rolefson, Wm 2 3f 

Ross, David 1 lOh 

Rutherford, John 3 22 f 

Ryan, James 1 23h 

Ryan, Thomas 1 13h 

Ryma], George 3 6h 

Rymal, David M 3 6f 

Sager, James 4 df 

Sager, Nathaniel 7 91 

Sayer, Dennis 3 Ih 

Sayer, Malachi, jun 3 If 

Savage, Wm 1 6h 

Scott, George 10 9h 

Scott, John 8 8f 

Scott, Joseph 9 6f 

Scroggie, James 2 Ih 

Self, Robert 6 31h 

Shane, John 4 25h 

Shannon, Jacob 6 7h 

Shannon, James.... 4 20h 

Shannon, Wm.H 6 7h 

Sharp, Charles 7 30h 

Shaver, Asa 2 5f 

Shaver, Barnabas 6 36f 

Shaver, Erastus 2 6f 

Shaver, James 1 6f 

Shaver, John H 1 13h 

Shaver, John, sen 6 36 f 

Shaver, John jun 6 34 f 

Shaver, Wm 6 36f 

Shaver, Mrs 1 ah 

Shea, Thomas..." 3 18h 

Shellard, Morris 8 If 

Sherring, Charles 1 33h 

Sherring, John 1 34h 

Sherron, Lewis 7 30h 

Shipman, Elijah 6 11 f 

Shortridge, Dennis 3 8h 

Shortridge, Richard- 3 8h 

Shuart, Jos 1 4f 

Sickles, Isaac? 3 29h 

Sipes, Henry 8 10 f 

Sipes, Nelson 7 2f 

Sipes, Samuel 8 9f 

Skee, James 1 15 f 

Skelly, Mary 91 9f 



Con. Lot. 

Skinner, Benjamin...... . 22 2 f 

Skinner, Enos 2 26 f 

Smith, Albert 4 df 

Smith, Andrew 5 17 f 

Smith, Anson E 3 of 

Smith, C.Milo 3 8h 

Smith, David W 5 5f 

Smith, Flanders 1 13h 

Smith, Gillies 1 13h 

Smith, George 3 30h 

Smith, Henry 9 28h 

Smith, Jacob 2 34h 

Smith, James 5 26h 

Smith, James J 6 24 f 

Smith, J. P 1 12f 

Smith. John j-^-i-ii.. 3 32 f 

Smith, John ..i. 6 18h 

Smith, John 1 30 f 

Smith, John A 8 19f 

Smith, John H 1 19h 

Smith, Joseph 2 34 f 

Smith, Levi S 2 14h 

Smith, Matthew 3 24f 

Smith, Peter 2 34h 

Smith, Samuel W. C 4 5h 

Smith, Solomon F 3 cf 

Smith, Stephen 3 7f 

Smith, Thomas 6 4h 

Smyth, Andrew E 2 25h 

Solomon, John 4 17h 

Springstead, Jacob 5 5h 

Stalker,John 8 19h 

Starr, Frederick 1 Ih 

Starr, George 1 2f 

Stewart, Arch., sen 7 23 f 

Stewart, Arch., jun 7 23h 

Stewart, Duncan 8 26h 

Stewart, John ..10 17 f 

Stewart, John 2 25h 

Stewart, John 3 25 f 

Stewart, John, sen......... 10 18h 

Stewart, John W 1 13 f 

Stewart, Robert 7 23 f 

Stevenson, James 6 25f 

Stevenson, Robert 10 18 f 

Stevenson, William 5 34 f 

13 



98 



TOWNSHIP OP BEVERLY. 



Con. 

Stockwell, Wesley 5 

Stockwell, Washington. .. 5 

Stormont, James 4* 

Story, John 1 

Stout, Thomas 9' 

Strachan, George 6 

Strun, Robert 1 

Stubbs, Thomas 3 

Studyman, John 5 

Sturch, Charles 1 

Sullivan, John 4 

Sullivan, Thomas 6 

Sutton, Martha 1 

Sweet, Edward 1 

Swin ton, James 8 

Swinton, Thomas 4 

Tait, Walter 7 

Tait, William 8 

Tansley, David 5 

Taylor, George 2 

Taylor, Hugh 3 

Taylor, Wm 4 

Teeple, John 4 

Teeple, Schuyler 6 

Teeple, Wm. R. & C. G.. 3 

Telford, Robert 4 

Tennant, George 9 

Thayer, Solomon .... 4 

Thilck, John 8 

Thomas, James 4 

Thomas, John 3 

Thompson, Adam 1 

Thompson, John... ■.., 2 

Thompson, Robert 1 

Thompson, Robert, jun.. 2 

Thompson, Thomas 2 

Thompson, Wm 2 

Thompson, Wm 1 

Thompson, Wm 6 

Tindall, Thomas 6 

Titcomb, Robt 5 

Titmas, Simeon 3 

Tolhurst, Alfred 1 

Toland, Hugh 1 

Train, John 7 

Tufford, Francis 1 



Lot. 

19f 

19h 

36h 

24 f 

35h 

11 f 
13h 
28h 

If 
15f 
29h 
30 f 

9f 
14h 
10 f 
18h 
18f 

12 f 
uf 
4h 

25h 

33 f 

16 f 

7h 



Con 

TurnbuU, Robert 9 

Turnbull, Walter 9 

Tyler, Thomas 5 

Tynin, Michael 1 

Utter, Peter 1 

Valentine, John 9 

Vallance, Andrew 8 

Vallance, David 9 

Vallance, John 9 

Vallance, Reber t 9 

Vanderlip, George 1 

VanEvery, A. A 5 

VanEvery, John L 5 

VanEvery, Wm 5 

VanFleet, Nelson 5 

VanNorman, W. H 1 

VanSickle, B., ;.... 1 

VanSickle, Benoni, j un . . . 1 

VanSickle, Daniel 3 

... 1 

.. 1 



VanSickle, Geo. 

VanSickle, Henry. 

VanSickle, John 1 

.. I 
.. 1 



VanSickle, Nathan 
^ VanSickle, Wm 

8 f i Vinton, Jeremiah 1 

29 f I Vinton, Newell 1 

28fi Wait, Georges 4 

lOf'i Wake, Thomas 4 

4h i Walburg, John 1 

2h! Walker, Ira 4 

8fi Wall, William 1 

25f i Wdlace, M 6 

27 f i Warner, Thomas 3 

24 f i War nock, John, sen 8 

25fiWarnock, John, jun 8 

24 f I Watson, Thomas 7 

b h j Watson, Thomas 5 

23fiWatt, Wm 6 

3lh|Waugh, Jas 1 

2 f i Weaver, Alfred 5 

33 f I Weaver, Ephraim 1 

29 f i Weaver, James 1 

26h i Weaver, Hamilton 6 

13hi Weaver, Peter 1 

22 fi Weaver, Thomas 5 

13 f Wedge, Wm 7 



Lot. 

If 
20 f 

If 

34 f 
18h 

7h 
26h 

32 f 

24 f 

25 f 
13h 

3f 

4f 

2f 

lOh 

13 f 

12 f 

12h 

7h 

16h 

llh 

35 f 
llh 
13h 

29 f 
31 f 

If 
27 f 
19 f 

8h 
I6h 

30 f 
8f 
3f 
2f 

17f 
14h 

33 f 
29h 

2h 
19f 

8f 
10 f 
]9h 

Ih 
12f 



TOWNSHIP OP BINBROOK. 



99 



Con. Lot. 

Wedge, Wm.P 6 llf 

Weichter, Wm 1 28 f 

Weir, Alex., sen 1 6f 

Welch, Peleg 4 3h 

Wells,John 7 3f 

Westover, G. E 6 30h 

Westover, Nelson, E 5 32f 

Whetham, Mrs 7 15 f 

White, James 3 28h 

White, Thomas 5 ef 

White, Patrick 10 9f 

White, Wm 1 15h 

Whitsell, Johnson 8 9f 

Wight, Adam 9 3f 

Wight, James 9 14f 

Wight, John 9 Uf 

Will, Elem 7 9f 

Will, Richard 3 7f 

Willard, Charles 5 6f 

Willard, James 5 6f 

Willard, Joel 3 Ih 

Willard, John 6 5f 

Willets, David 1 8f 

WiUets. Elijah 1 8h 

Williard, Wm 5 7f 

Williams, Richard 1 19h 

Williams, Wm., 1 31h 

Williams, Wm 6 3f 



Con. Lot. 

Williamson, Richard.... 8 30 f 

Willson, Richard G 2 31h 

Wilson, James 5 29 f 

Wilson, John 5 29 f 

Wilson, Joseph 5 6h 

Wilson, Robert 1 13h 

Wilson, Thomas 9 34 f 

Wilson, Walter 5 29h 

Wilson, Wm 3 6h 

Wise, James 9 33 f 

Wood, Geo 3 4f 

Wood, Lewis 3 2f 

Wood, Peter 2 30 f 

Wood, Samuel 3 4f 

Wood, Solomon 2 4f 

Wood, Wm 2 20h 

Woodley, Jacob 5 28 f 

Woolas, Daniel M 1 12h 

Wray, George 3 24f 

Yates, James 9 25 f 

Yates, Richard 9 25 f 

Yates, Richard 2 28h 

Young, Alexander 7 lOh 

Young. Andrew J 6 25h 

Young, David 1 18 f 

Young, John , 1 18h 

Young, Robert 8 If 

Young, Thomas ,. 10 2f 



TOWNSHIP OF BINBROOK. 



Aikins, Wm 3 

Arthur, John 8 

Arthur, Richard 8 

Arthur, Thomas 7 

Aurey, Ezra 2 

Aurey, I^ael 3 

Bailey, George 3 

Bailey, Thomas 3 

Barclay, David 1 

Barclay, James 1 

Barlow, Henry 3 

Barlow, Richard 3 

Barron, George 9 



Brk Lot. 

3 4f 

23 f 

23 f 

23 f 

Ih 

3f 

1 

If 
3h 
3h 
7f 
7f 
30 f 



I Con. Elk. Lot. 

I Bell, David 8 31 f 

Bell, John 3 2 2f 

Bell, William 4 3 5f 

Benner, John.. .... 2 2 4h 

Berry, Charles 8 33 f 

Berry, Thomas 8 32 f 

Biggar, Robert 11 4 If 

Blain, John 9 22h 

Blain, Thos 8 25 f 

Boyes, Harman 4 5 5f 

Bragg, John 1 2 Ih 

Brown, John,jr 4 4 4h 

Brown, William 7 18h 



100 



TOWNSHIP OP BINBROOK. 



Con. Blk. Lot. 

Brydges, William 8 30 f 

Burkholder, David.... 2 5 5f 

Bush, John 3 2 3f 

Bunton, John 3 5h 

Cake, Thomas 1 3 5h 

Carpenter, Chas 1 1 If 

Carpenter, Jas 1 1 2f 

Carruthers, Jacob 1 4 4h 

Case, Alex 2 2 If 

Cattanach, James 2 3 2h 

Cline, Henry 1 3 2f 

Clough, Amos 7 3lh 

Clough, Isaiah 7 31h 

Clough, John 8 31h 

Cook, Jesse 2 5 6h 

Cooper, Jas' 2 1 5f 

Cowell, H 2 3 4h 

Cunningham, Jas 3 4 Ih. 

Dalgleish, Wm 7 17 f 

Dalgleish, Wm., jun... 7 I7h 

Daniels, George 9 19 f 

Daw, Charles 2 3 3h 

Degrow, Andrew 8 27 f 

Degrow, William 4 2 3f 

Dixon, Peter 7 2 4f 

Donaldson, Charles & 

William 7 27f 

Dougherty, George. ... 3 1 3 f 

Dougherty, John 3 1 3f 

Dougherty, Thomas... 3 2 3 

Duff, James 3 2 5f 

Duffy, Hugh 3 3 2f 

Duffy, William 3 3 1 f 

Dunham, Daniel 1 2 If 

Dunham, Henry 1 2 If 

Dunham, Jonathan.... 2 1 5f 

Dunlop, James 1 4 5f 

Ecker, Abram 3 4 Ih 

Ecker, David 3 3 2h 

Ecker, Francis 2 4 2h 

Edmonds, John, miller, 2 2 If 

Elly, Alfred 8 17h 

EUy, Thomas 8 17h 

Evans, Robert 2 2 5f 

Fink, Andrew 4 1 3h 

Fletcher, David 1 4 5f 



Con. Blk. Lot. 

Fletcher, George 7 22h 

Fletcher, James, jr.... 7 22h 

Fletcher, Stephen.... 2 4 5f 

Floch, Andrew 4 3 4h 

Floch, Francis 4 3 4h 

Ford, Robert 9 17h 

Francis, Hiram 2 5 5h 

Freeman, Andrew 1 5 6f 

Freeman, William R. 1 5 5f 

Fry, Esther 2 2 If 

Garrison, Sylvester 2 1 2h 

Gage, James 2 5 7f 

Galloway, Andrew 9 22h 

Gawley, James 4 4 If 

Gleeson, Pat 3 4 If 

Glover, James 10 29h 

Goodings, Solomon.... 2 5 6h 

Gjaham, Joseph 7 19h 

Grassie, James 2 4 4h 

Greenhill, John and 

David 8 22f 

Griffith, James, 3 1 If 

Guyett, John 3 3 4f 

Guyet, John, jun 3 3 If 

Guyett, Richard 3 3 1 f 

Hall, George 8 25 f 

Hall, James 8 24h 

Hall, Henry, J. P..... 3 3 5f 

Hall, Joseph 3 4 2f 

Hall, Robert H 3 4 2f 

Harris, Samuel 2 2 If 

Harvey, Chas 4 3 3f 

Harvey, Wm 4 3 3h 

Hanson, John 9 22f 

Hendershot, P 1 2 4f 

Henry, Chas 3 4 1 

Henry, George 2 1 5f 

Henry, Horace 3 1 5f 

Hewitt, John 10 30h 

Hewitt, Robert 10 30h 

Hewitt, James 10 30h 

Hewitt, Carson 10 31h 

Heldrith, Israel 1 4 3f 

Hoey, James 4 3 5f 

Hogan, John & Patrick 3 2 3h 

Homing, Wm 1 4 5h 



TOWNSHIP OF BINBROOK. 



101 



Con. 

House, Phillip 9 

House. John 9 

Howard, James 2 

Jacobs, Hamilton 9 

Jarvis, Archibald 2 

Johnson, Isaac 4 

Johnson, Joseph 3 

Johnson, Pastill 4 

Johnson, Robinson ... 4 

Kennedy, Alex., jun . . 3 

King, Geo. W 3 

King, John 1 

King, William 2 

Laidman, John 8 

Laidman, John, jr 8 

Laidman, Mark 7 

Laidman, Marmaduke 7 

Laidman, Kichard — 7 

Laidman, Samuel, sen. 7 

Laidman, Samuel, jun. 4 

Laidman, Thomas .... 7 

Lammon, Duncan .... 2 

Lamplough, Jer 9 

Lethan, Thomas 7 

Louden, Joseph 1 

Lottridge, Robert.... 2 

Lottridge, Thomas . . 8 

Louden, Stephen 3 

McAllister, Denis 7 

McBride, Joseph 4 

McBride, Jos., jun.. 4 

McBride, William 4 

McCready, John 9 

McDermid, Colin 7 

McGann, John 4 

McGill, Henry 2 

McGillicuddy, Jordan, 

merchant 2 

McKay, Walter, M. D. 1 

McKenzie, Mrs 4 

McKenzie, Wm 9 

McMahon, Isaac 2 

McMillan, E.M 1 

McPherson, Alex 7 

McWaters, Wm 4 

Marshall, Samuel 4 



Blk. Lot 


32 f 


33h 


2 If 


21h 


1 3h 


2 4K 


3 3h 


2 4h 


2 4h 


2 If 


1 4f 


4 Ih 


1 5f 


28 f 


26h 


26 f 


27 f 


25 f 


25h 


2 5f 


24 f 


2 2f 


27h 


21 f 


55h 


4 4f 


21 f 


3 5h 


33 f 


3 2f 


3 2h 


3 2h 


20 f 


24h 


4 If 


2 4f 


1 5 


1 4f 


3 5f 


32f 


1 5h 


2 If 


30 f 


1 2f 


4 2f 



Con. Blk. Lot. 

Martin, Adam. 2 4 If 

Martin, Benjamin 2 3 3f 

Martin, Wm 2 3 5f 

Medler, George 1 2 If 

Menzies, John 8 19f 

Menzies, Robert 8 18 f 

Miller, James 8 26 f 

Miller, Peter 3 2 2f 

Mitchell, Geo, 9 26h 

Moffat, Robt 8 21 f 

Moore, Jas 3 3 3f 

Murray, Alex 7 20 f 

Nevills, Wm... 3 4 5f 

Nichols, Geo 4 1 4h 

Nichols, John 7 30 f 

Nichols, Robert, 8 19 f 

Nichols, Wm 4 1 5f 

Nicholson, Geo., jun... 2 2 3h 

Nottie, J.F 3 4 4f 

0'Neil,John 2 2 3f 

Oliver, John 8 32f 

Onver,Wm 3 5 7h 

Parkins, John 3 5 6h 

Pettit, Aaron 3 4 5f 

Pew, Robert 2 4 3h 

Pottruff, James 1 5 7h 

Pottruff, Amos.... 8 32h 

Potts, Thos. 3 9 22 f 

Proctor, Wm... 7 19 f 

Proctor, Henry 4 4 2f 

Ptolemy, Charles, 1 2 3f 

Ptolemy, Wm 3 2 Ih 

Ptolemy, Wm. P.M... 2 2 If 

Quance, John 1 3 4f 

Quance, John, jun.... 2 3 2f 

Quance, Richard 1 3 4f 

Quance, Robert 1 5 6f 

Ramsay, John 3 2 3f 

Reid,Alex 9 23f 

Reid, James *.... 4 4 lb 

Reid, Thomas 9 24 f 

Reid, Wm 9 24, f 

Rice, James D 4 5 6f 

Rice, Thomas 4 5 6h 

Ridge, John 3 1 Ih 

Ripley, Thomas 2 3 4h 



102 



TOWNSHIP OF BINBROOK. 



Con. Blk. Lot. j 

Ritenburgh, Abraham. 2 4 4h j 

Roberts, John 2 1 5h | 

Roddick, John 4 4 Ih i 

Salmon, David 4 2 2fi 

Salmon, James 9 29 f; 

Salmon, Leonard 4 2 2f! 

Shaw, Robt., jun 2 2 Ih j 

Shaw, Thos 2 1 Ifi 

Sidey, John J. P 2 1 lf| 

Smith, Daniel 4 5 6h | 

Smith, George 4 5 6 I 

Smith, John A 2 4 Sfj 

Smye, Thomas 1 4 5h j 

Snider, Israel 1 3 Ifj 

Snider, F 2 5 5h j 

Spence, John 4 1 4f • 

Spence, Peter 7 29h I 

Spittal, James 7 21 f! 

Stafford, Theodore.... 4 4 Ifj 

Stewart, Archibald.... 1 4 5fi 

Stewart, Elijah 1 5 7fl 

Stewart, Ira W 1 3 Sfi 

Stewart, James 2 4 2fi 

Stewart, John B 1 5 7f| 

Stewart, John 4 1 4f| 

Stewart, John A 4 5 6f\ 

Stewart, Wilson 1 4 5f'| 

Sweazey, Abram 3 5 5f| 

Sweazey, Andrew 1 3 3fj 

Sweazey, Andrew, jun. 1 3 2fi 

Sweazey, Joel 1 3 3fi 

Sweazey, John 1 2 2f! 

Sweazey, Richard 1 4 2f i 

Sweazey, Stephen 3 5 5fi 

Sweazey, William 1 2 2fj 

Switzer, Jacob 4 2 Ih i 

Teneyck, Anthony 1 1 3h 1 



Con. Blk. Lot. 

Thompson, John 8 27 

Thompson, Matthew... 1 2 3f 

Thompson, Wm 7 33 f 

Thompson, Wm 9 25 f 

Tinline, Francis 7 28 f 

Tossell. Wm 2 2 5f 

Trask, Samuel 2 4 6f 

Trimble, Francis 9 25 f 

Tweedle, Archibald.... 3 1 If 

Twiss, James B 2 2 3f 

Twiss, John 2 2 2f 

Twiss, Robert 2 2 3f 

Vanduser, Hugh A... 2 4 5 

Vanduser, Robt 2 5 3h 

Venmere, Chas 8 20h 

Warwick, Alex. & Wm 2 4 4 f 

Watson, Geo 3 4 3f 

Weatherstone, N 4 3 5h 

Weaver, Daniel.... 3 4 If 

Webb, Joseph 1 2 4f 

Webb, Thomas 1 2 5f 

Webber, Thomas 7 29 f 

Whisker, Joseph 4 4 5h 

White, Thomas 1 2 4f 

Whitmore, Otis 2 3 4f 

Wicket, Robt 4 4 If 

Wilcoxj John 4 3 Ih 

Wilcox, John, jun 8 31 f 

Wilson, Edward 10 30h 

Wilson, Wm 3 2 3h 

Woolgar, John 4 3 5f 

Wright, Chas 4 4 If 

Wright, Wm 4 3 5f 

Young, Hugh 3 2 2f 

Young, John 4 4 5f 

Zimmerman, Chas.... 2 5 6f 



TOWNSHIP OP PLAilBORO' EAST. 



10c 



TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO' EAST. 



Con. Lot. 

Abrey, George.,.. 9 7f 

Adamson, James 10 of 

Addison, Thos 10 12h 

Agnew, George 9 7h 

Alderson, Christopher... 5 8f 

Alderson, Christopher... 8 3f 

Alderson, John 7 3f 

Alger, 3Iartin 6 10 f 

Allison, Francis S 7f 

Allison, George 10 6f 

Allison, Jacob 10 6f 

Allison, Joseph 9 3f 

Allison, Thomas 8 6f 

Anderson, Geo bf 9f 

Anderson, Henry 1 9h 

Anderson, John 5 13 f 

Anderson, Samuel 3 7f 

Anderson, Thos. J 8 7f 

Applegarth, Wm 3 6h 

Arnold, Adam 3 6 f 

Arnold, Joseph G 3 6h 

Ashberry, Wm 3 6f 

Ashberry, Wm 8 5f 

Attridge, Richard 6 9h j 

Attridge, Thos 6 8f' 

Attridge, Wm., jun 5 12 f 

Attridge, Wm 6 9f 

Baker, Abr am 3 7h 

Baker, Henry 3 7f 

Baker,Jacob 4 14f 

Baker, JameS: 3 6h 

Baker, John 5 8f 

Baker, John 5 13f 

Baker, John, jun 4 IMf 

Baker, Bead 3 6f 

Barnes, James 3 7f' 

Barnes, James 12 2f 

Barratt, Robt 3 13h 

Bates, Walter 10 If 

Bates, Wm. W 10 If 

Beaton, Thomas G Of 



Con. Lot. 

Beaty, Joseph 10 7h 

Beaty, Wm. J 10 7h 

Before, Peter bf 7h 

Bell,Mrs 3 7f 

Bell, Wm bf 3h 

Bennet, George A 8 2f 

Bigelow, Joab 2 12f 

Bigelow, John 2 12f 

Bigelow, Oliver 2 13 

Binkley, Abram J 7 Gf 

Binkley, David H 8 5f 

Binkley, Peter 5 7 f 

Black, Wm 6 13f 

Blagdon, Edward 7 3f 

Blain, David F bf 10 f 

Blain, David bf 10 f 

Blaiksle, Chas bf 4.f 

Bowen, Nelson 2 8h 

Bowman, John 10 lOh 

Boyer, Anderson 8 7f 

Boyle, James 3 7f 

Bradley, John H 9 2h 

Bradt, David G 9f 

Bradt. George 6 9f 

Bradt, Isaac 3 7h 

Bradt, Joachim G 9h 

Bradt, Robert 1 2h 

Bratton, Thos 6 9f 

Bremner, John 4 4h 

Brent, .James 6 9f 

Brick, John 1 13h 

Broadbent, Geo 3 6h 

Broadbent, H 3 6f 

Broadbent, Matthew. ... 3 Gh 

Broadbent, Thomas 3 6h 

Brown, Alexander bf 7f 

Brown, David lo 12 f 

Brown, David 5 2h 

Brown, Edmon bf 9f 

Brown, Edward 3 Gf 

Brown, Francis 8 13f 



104 



TOWNSHIP OP FLAMBORO' EAST. 



Con. Lot- 
Brown, John 3 5h 

Brown, Robt. 6 2h 

Brown, Wm 3 7f 

Bucham, Robert 3 7h 

Bull, George 2 6h 

Bull, H. B 1 13f 

Bull, John 3 7h 

Bull, William 2 12h 

Burkholder, John 3 7h 

Burns, Adam 3 7h 

Burns, Daniel 3 7f 

Burns, Edward 3 7f 

Burns, Joseph 3 6h 

Burns, Matthew 8 4h 

Burton, John 9 9f 

Burton, Peter 8 7h 

Burton, Richard 9 9f 

Burton, Robert 8 7f 

Burton, W.C 8 4f 

Buszard, Samuel bf 4h 

Byrns, John 2 8f 

Cain, Michael 3 6f 

Callyhan, Patrick 3 7h 

Calbeck, Wm. A 3 7h 

Calderwood, Wm 9 11 f 

Cameron, Archibald 13 3f 

Cameron, Donald 13 2f 

Cameron, Duncan 13 If 

Cameron, Duncan, sen.... 13 3f 

Campbell, Arch., sen 13 4f 

Campbell, Arch., jun... . 13 4h 

Campbell, Donald 8 5f 

Campbell, Geo. W 8 5h 

Campbell, James 12 If 

Campbell, John 6 lOf 

Campbell, John 9 2h 

Campbell, John 9 5 f 

Campbell, John T bf 9f 

Campbell, Thomas 9 5f 

Campbell, William 8 4f 

Canute, Joseph 7 12 f 

Carey, Richard 6 12 f 

Carroll, Peter bf 13 f 

Carson, A. S ':;*i'i' ii 3 6h 

Carson, Henry... i........l 9 7h 

Carson, Henry 8 13f 



Con. Lot. 

Carson, Hugh 3 6f 

Carson, James, sen 8 13f 

Carson, James, jun 8 13 f 

Carson, Joseph 3 6h 

Carson, Wm. J 3 7f 

Cartwright, Edward..'.... 13 11 f 

Case, Samuel 3 7f 

Casey, Stephen 3 7h 

Chappel, John 4 12h 

Charlton, Thomas 10 7f 

Chisholm, Chas. E; 1 2f 

Chisholm, Dudley G 1 2f 

Claperson, Thomas 3 13 f 

Clark, John 2 7h 

Cleaves, John 3 7h 

Cloat, Christopher 2 12h 

Coller, John 3 7h 

Crane, James 1 12h 

Cranston, Henry 9 7f 

Creen, Hugh 3 7f 

Creen, John 4 8f 

Creen, Peter 5 4f 

Crickm ore, Benjamin.... bf 9f 

Crickmore, Charles 1 11 f 

Cronin, William 16 2h 

Crooker, H. N 8 5h 

Crooker, M. T 8 8f 

Crooker, M. M 8 8h 

Crooker, Wesley 8 5h 

Crusoe, Mrs 3 7h 

Cumma, John 3 6f 

Gumma, L. A 3 6f 

Cummins, Henry 6 I3h 

Cummins, Jacob, 6 13 f 

Cummins, John 10 13 f 

Cummins, Joh 4 12h 

Cummins, Mrs 3 6f 

Curtis, Benjamin 5 13h 

Daily, John 1 13h 

Davidson, Andrew 8 3f 

Davidson, James 8 3f 

Davis, Andrew 3 6f 

Davis, Christopher 3 6f 

Davis, David 3 7h 

Davis, Wm 8 6f 

Dawson, Solomon 12 6f 



TOWNSHIP OF PLAMBORO' EAST. 



105 



Con. Lot. 

Deforest, Wm 8 Ih 

Donaldson, Thos 1 9h 

Donaline, Richard 3 6f 

Doran, John 6 2h 

Dornan, Patrick 3 6f 

Dougherty, James 13 9f 

Dougherty, "Wm 12 6h 

Douglas, S 1 3f 

Douglas, Thomas, sen.*... 1 3f 

Downey, Michael 6 12f 

Downey, Patrick 6 12 f 

Downey, Patrick, jun. ... 6 12 f 

Duffy, Christopher 10 llf 

Duffy, Michael 1 llh 

Duffy, Michael 9 7f 

Dundon, Jame 3 7f 

Dunham, James 3 6f 

Eager,Jas 3 6f 

Eager, Joseph 3 6f 

Easterbrook, Thomas.... 1 If 

Easterbrook 2 If 

Eaton, Angus •.... 6 13 f 

Eaton, Daniel 9 7f 

Eaton, Enoch 8 9f 

Eaton, George W 8 13 f 

Eaton, John 8 8f 

Eaton, S. S 3 7h 

Edgar, Wm 9 6f 

Edgar, Wm. jun 8 8f 

Edwards, Henry 3 7f 

Emery, Aaron D- bf 3f 

Emery, James 3 If 

Emery, Robert 4 4h 

Emmans, Wm 10 12h 

English, David 2 llf 

English, James 3 7f 

English, John 3 7f 

Esson, Wm 6 8h 

Evans, Edward 4 9f 

Evans, James 11 lOf 

Evans, John 4 9f 

Evans, Thomas 5 12 f 

Evans, Walter 3 2f 

Everitt, Abner 3 2f 

Fastner, George 3 6f 

Fastner, John 3 6 f 



Con. Lot. 

Fearnly, Chas 12 12 f 

Fearnly, Joseph 12 9f 

Featherston, H 5 If 

Featherston, John 5 5f 

Featherston, Ralph 6 If 

Featherston, William, H. 6 2h 

Feathers tone, Stephen... 6 2f 

Featherstone, William... 3 7f 

Feeley, Cornelius 1 7f 

Feeley, William 1 6 

Ferris, Robert 1 lOh 

Field, Edmund 3 8f 

Filman, James bf If 

Findlay, Archibald 5 llf 

Flatt, Samuel 4 I3h 

Flatt, Mrs 3 6f 

Flatt, William 2 8f 

Fletcher, Joseph 4 6f 

Fogarty, Edward 1 13h 

Foley, Andrew 11 13f 

Foley, John 11 5h 

Foley, Michael 11 5f 

Foley, Thomas, sen 11 5f 

Fonger, Caleb bf 4f 

Fonger, David ... 1 5h 

Fonger, David bf 5f 

Fonger, Isaiah bf 4f 

Forbes, James 3 3f 

Ford, Bartholomew 8 8h 

Ford,Joseph 8 12f 

Forfar, Thos 3 7f 

Forsyth, Rev. Wm 14 9h 

Foster, Charles 5 9f 

Foster, James R 5 12f 

Foster, Joseph 3 7h 

Foster, Samuel 5 9f 

Foster, Thomas 3 13 f 

Foster, William 5 10 f 

Eraser, Peter 3 Ih 

Freeman, Vernal 9 3f 

Fretwell, George 3 If 

Fretwell, Mrs 3 7f 

Gallagher, Daniel 7 8f 

Gallagher, John 7 8f 

Gallagher, Sam'l, sen 6 8f 

Gallagher, Sam'l. jr 6 8f 

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TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO' BAST. 



Con. Lot- 

Gallivan, James 3 7f 

Gallon, John 7 lOf 

Gallon, Wm 7 10 f 

Galloway, Thomas 8 8h 

Galloway, Thomas 9 7f 

Gamble, Wm 3 7f 

Garvin, Thomas ...11 4f 

Garvin, John B .3 7f 

Garvey, Alex 8 12h 

George, William 3 13h 

Gibbs, Wm 1 Ih 

Glascott, John 3 7h 

Glasgow, John 3 6f 

Graham, John 3 7f 

Green, Geo 12 7h 

Green, Samuel 4 7f 

Grice, John 1 8h 

Grice, Luke 1 8h 

Grierson, William 5 12h 

Grieves, Walter 3 7f 

Griffin, Bernard 8 4h 

Griffin, Burwell 5 8f 

Griffin, James K 3 7f 

Griffin, Smith C 10 4f 

Griffin, Solomon 3 7f 

Hackney, Benjamin 2 3h 

Hackney, Benjamin 9 4f 

Hagerty, John 11 lb 

Haines, George 12 2f 

Haines, John 12 2 f 

Haines, Morris 3 7h 

Haines, Thomas 12 Ih 

Halan, John 12 9h 

Hall, George 6 3f 

Hall, Mrs 3 2f 

Hall, Wm 3 2 

Hamilton, James 8 12 f 

Hamilton, John 8 7 

Hamilton, Robert - 8 11 f 

Hamilton, William 8 11 

Hancon, Wm 1 9f 

Barker, Thomas 3 7h 

Harkness, Adam. 2 5h 

Harmer, Joseph 1 7h 

Harper, Charles 8 13 

Harper, James, sen.. ... 8 13 f 



Con. Lot 

Harper, James, jun....*.. 8 13 f 

Harris, Wm 6 11 f 

Hart, John M 12 lib 

Hay, James B 2 5h 

Haywood, Jacob 3 7h 

Headley, Irving 3 6f 

Heartney, John 3 7h 

Heatberington, Robt .... 7 2r 

Heatherington, Simpson .7 Ih 

Heatley, Wm 1 9h 

Heiss, William 3 7f 

Heissec, Frederick 10 6h 

Henderson, Alex bf 12h 

Henderson, David bf 13h 

Hewins, John 12 6f 

Hewins, Ralph 13 6f 

Hewitson, Robt -..10 lOh 

Hill, Abraham 1 7h 

Hill, Henry 3 13 f 

Hilliard, Thomas 12 3h 

Holden, Lot 3 6h 

Holme, James 7 Ih 

Hood, Henry 9 8f 

Hood, James, sen 11 lib 

Hood, James, jun 11 12h 

Hood, John 9 7h 

Hood, John 10 12 f 

Hood, John, sen 11 11 f 

Hopkins, Columbus .... 1 13h 

Hopkins, Israel S 2 13 f 

Hopkins, Royal 1 13h 

Horning, Oliver 2 7h 

Horning, Wm. & Wm. jr 2 7 f 

Howland, W. H 3 6h 

Howsco, Edward 3 7f 

Hunt, J eremiah 1 10 f 

Hunt, John 10 4h 

Hunt, Philip 10 4h 

Hurren, Edmund....... 13 8f 

Hurren, Wm 14 8f 

Inglis, George 8 lib 

Ireland, Jonathan bf 4f 

Ireland, Joseph 1 8f 

Ireland, Joseph, jr bf 4f 

Ironside, Peter 4 13h 

Irvine, William 8 6f 



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Con. Lot. 

Irwin, John 10 If 

Jackson, John 6 7h 

James, Robert 8 4h 

Jessiman, Wm 1 lOh 

Johnson, Robert 3 6h 

Johnson, Wm 13 5h 

Johnson, Wm .... 13 7h 

Joist, John 1 13 f 

Kelley, Thomas 8 13h i 

Kelsey, Mrs 3 7f 

Kenny, James bf 7h 

Kent, George T 3 7h 

Kern, Samuel 3 7f 

Kerr, Alex 7 5f 

Kerr, John 7 3f 

Kerr, John 12 llh 

Kerr, Mrs 12 11 f 

Kibble, John 6 7h 

King, Charles H bf 2f 

King, Robert 1 8h 

Kinoular Mrs. 3 7f 

Kirk, Patrick 9 7h 

Kitchen, William 8 If 

Knight, John. 3 6h 

Koella, Mrs 8 13 f 

Lafferty, James D 9 13 f 

Lambier, John 9 12h 

Lambler, Mrs 9 12 f 

Law, James 6 3h 

Law,John 5 3f 

Lee William 3 6f 

Lee, William, H 3 6h 

Lilly, Daniel 3 7f 

Linley, George 7 Ih I 

Little, Thomas 5 lf| 

Livingstone, James, sen. . 7 11 f I 

Livingstone, James, jiin. . 7 llh; 

Livingstone, Oliver 8 6h I 

Loney, David 10 lOh I 

Loney, Frederick 10 10 fi 

Long, John 3 12 fi 

Long, William. 4 12h i 

Lottridge, Robert 3 7fi 

Lottridge, Wm 3 7f| 

Lowrie, John 3 6fi 

Lynn, Joseph 13 If' 



Con. Lot. 

McCall, Alex. 8 lOf 

McCall, George 8 10 f 

McCall, Thomas 8 10 f 

McCarty, Dennis 11 -if 

McCartney, Wm 3 6f 

McClaren, John 12 7h 

McCormick. 12 7h 

McCrae, David 13 5f 

MoCrae, Thomas 13 5f 

McCurdy, James 13 10 f 

McDonald, John 3 6h 

McDonald, Richard 3 5h 

McDonald, Wm 3 4h 

McDonald, Wm 14 5f 

McDougall, Alex 6 10 f 

McDougall, Donald 5 9f 

McDougall, Donald, jun .6 9 f 

McDougall, Dugald 6 9f 

McDougall, Duncan 11 2f 

McDougall, John 11 5f 

McFarlane, Wm 7 13 f 

Mcintosh, Donald 12 7h 

Mcintosh, John 8 5h 

McKenna, John 11 5h 

McKenzie, Kenneth 3 16h 

McMahon, Daniel bf fih 

McMonies, Albert 4 Ih 

McMonies, Charles 3 7f 

McMonies, James 3 7h 

McMonies, Wm 3 4h 

McNeil, John 10 10 f 

McNevin, Daniel 10 2f 

McNevin, James 10 3f 

McNevin, John C 12 8f 

McPherson, Peter 14 6f 

McPherson, Wm 3 6h 

Maher,Edward 3 6h 

Maher, Thomas 3 (ih 

Mahon, William 9 7f 

Maloney, Cornelius 3 6f 

Moloney, Michael 3 7f 

Maloney, Mrs 3 Hf 

Maloney, Patrick 3 6h 

Mai thy, George... 9 13 f 

Manigan, John... bf 7h 

•Manly, John, 8 Ih 



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TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO' EAST. 



Con Lot- 

Mappleback, George 6 8h 

Mappleback, Wm 6 8h 

Markle, Edward 6 12 f 

Marratt, John 1 8h 

Marriott, John... bf 8h 

Marriott. Thomas bf 8h 

Marshall, Geo. W 14 lOh 

Marshall, Robert 14 10 f 

Matum, Charles 3 6h 

Meadaugh, John 13 12f 

Meadaugh, John, jun. .. 13 12h 

Megee, John 1 3h 

Megee, Wm. A 1 3h 

Messurier, Peler 8 4h 

Messurier, Thomas 8 4f 

Metzger, Sacob 3 6h 

Millard, David R 8 7f 

Miller, Thomas 8 13h 

Miller, "William- 8 13h 

Mills, Francis 9 7h 

Mills, James E 7 6h 

Mills, Michael 7 7f 

Milman, John 12 3f 

Mitchell, John 5 5h 

Mitchell, John 11 Ih 

Monkhouse, Thos 13 12 f 

Morden, Abram B 7 7h 

Morden, H. N 7 7f 

Morden, Henry R 8 8h 

Morden, Jacob 4. 13h 

Morden, John D 7 6f 

Morden, John K 7 9f' 

Morden, Samuel 3 6f 

Morden, Wellington. J... 8 7h 

Morden, William 7 8f 

Morden, William L 3 7h 

Morris, James 3 6h 

Morrisey, Francis 11 7h 

Mount, Alpheus 12 5h 

Mount, Mrs 12 7f 

Mozier, David 10 12f 

Muir, Edward 10 12h 

Mullin, Henry bf 7h 

Mullock, Luke 3 9f 

Mullock, Luke, jun 3 9h 

Munroe, George 6 11 f 



Con. Let. 

Murray, Duncan 11 lOf 

Murray, John J., M.D . . 3 6 f 

Murray, Sydney 3 6f 

Myers, Benjamin.... 8 7h 

Newell, Charles 7 If 

Newell, Samuel 7 2f 

Newell, Wm.P 9 7f 

Nichol, William 3 7f 

Nicholson, George 6 11 f 

Nicholson, James 6 llh 

Nicholson, John 6 11 f 

Nicholson, Wm 6 18f 

Nixon, James 8 8h 

O'Donnell, Dennis 10 If 

O'Donnell, James 10 8h 

O'Donnell, Timothy H... 11 6 f 

O'Neil, John 2 If 

O'Neil, Patrick .. 14 llh 

O'Reilly, H. R 3 10 f 

O'Reilly, John 3 lOf 

Oliver, Hamilton 1 6f 

Organ, Thomas 7 2h 

Orr, James 1 7h 

Orr, John 8 7h 

Orr, William 1 7h 

Orr, William 3 6f 

Orr, Wm. M 9 7f 

Page, Charles W. 12 5h 

Page, John 12 8f 

Page, Johns 8 7f 

Page, Joseph 12 8f 

Pain, James 12 7h 

Pain, John 5 8h 

Painter, John 3 7h 

Paterson, John 2 13 f 

Patten, Mrs 3 7h 

Patton, Roland 8 7h 

Pendergrass, James 3 7h 

Pepper, Edward 8 7f 

Pepper, William 8 7f 

Perry, George 8 9f 

Perry, John 8 9h 

Perry, Thomas 8 If 

Pettinger, George 3 13 f 

Phelp, William 3 7h 

Philpot, John 6 9f 



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Con. Lot. 

Pitt, Joshua 12 7h 

Place, Alexander 3 7h 

Place, Samuel 3 7h 

Purnell, George 12 9h 

Purnell, Joseph 12 11 f 

Eadford, Wm 5 10 f 

Ranson, John bf lOh 

Redman, Daniel 10 7f 

Eevell, Charles 12 10 f 

Revell, Thomas 13 7f 

Reynolds, Benjamin 3 7f 

Reid, Alex 3 6h 

Reid, Wm 3 6f 

Reid,Wm 2 13f 

Richard, James bf 7h 

Rigour, Chas 3 12h 

Robins, John 8 4f 

Robins, Wm 6 9f 

Robinson, Archibald 14 If 

Robison, George 2 3f 

Robson, Wm 3 6h 

Rose, Francis 3 4f 

Rose, Wm 3 4f 

Ross, John, merchant.... 9 7h 

Ross. John 7 5f 

Rowe, James 6 9f 

Rowe,John 6 9f 

Rusk, James 7 11 f 

Rusk, John 8 8h 

Rusk, Richard 8 5h 

Russell, Wm bf 11 f 

Ryan, James C 2 6f 

Ryckman, Edward 3 7h 

Ryekman, John W 3 13 f 

Ryckman, Sylvester.... 7 11 f 

Rymal, David 4 7f 

Rymal, George, jun 3 11 f 

Rymal, George 3 7f 

Rymal, Mrs 3 6h 

Sanderson, Edward.... 11 6f 

Sanderson, John 3 7h 

Savage, John 11 8f 

Savage,John 10 6h 

Schaidler, Martin 3 6f 

Scott, i'rancis 3 7f 

Scott, James 3 7f 



Con. Lot. 

Sealey, Chas 2 9f 

Shannon, Charlton bf 7h 

Sharp, David 3 6f 

Shears, Henry 1 13h 

Sheridan, John 10 9f 

Shouldice, Jas 3 6h 

Shoults, John 3 6f 

Shuart, H 6 9f 

Sinclair, Alex 13 5f 

Skinner, Ormand 3 7h 

Slater, Christopher 3 6 f 

Slater, Ferdinand 3 6f 

Small, John 9 If 

Small, Mrs 9 If 

Smith, Andrew 11 7h 

Smith, Arthur 11 7h 

Smith, Daniel 10 5h 

Smith, David 2 2h 

Smith, Henry 2 8f 

Smith, James 11 7h 

Smith, James 9 9f 

Smith, James, 2 2h 

Smith, JameSj'sen 11 7f 

Smith, James, jun 11 9f 

Smith, John A 10 9f 

Smith, Joseph 10 7h 

Smith, Joseph H 3 7h 

Smith, Mrs 3 7f 

Smith, Mrs 11 12 f 

Smith, Sidney 11 I2h 

Smith, Thomas bf If 

Smith, William 9 6h 

Smoke, Peter bf 12f 

Smoke, Wm 3 3f 

Snyder, John L 7 9f 

Sorrell, Henry 12 12 f 

Sparks, Henry 7 10 f 

Sparks, Reuben 7 lOf 

Speck, Stephen 6 5h 

Springer, John 5 9f 

Springer, Oliver 3 7f 

Stepleton, Thos 10 6 

Stewart, Alex 13 11 f 

Stewart, Charles 9 If 

Stewart, David H 9 Ih 

Stewart, Donald 6 4f 



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TOWNSHIP OP FLAMBORO EAST. 



Con. Lot. 

Stewart, James 3 6h 

Stewart, John 3 6f 

Stewart, Mrs 2 6f 

Stewart, Mrs 3 6f 

Stickle, Emery 5 7h 

Stock, David 4 lOh 

Stock, Geo. A 1 6h 

Stock, John 3 llf 

Stock, Thomas 3 9f 

Stonehouse, Geo 3 7h 

Sullivan, Bartholomew... 11 7f 

Sullivan Bartholomew, jr. 9 7h 

Sullivan, James 9 7f 

Snllivan, Thomas 9 8h 

Sutton, John 10 12 f 

Sntton, Loomi 9 llf 

Sutton, Samuel 9 11 f 

Sutton, Samuel 10 13f 

Tait, Wm bf 7h 

Tansley, Joseph 8 4f 

Tansley, Samuel 7 5f 

Tansley, Samuel E 8 4h 

Taylor, John 6 2h 

Teeple, Eli 3 6h 

Tew, Henry C 3 13h 

Thompson, Arch 7 13f 

Thompson, Daniel 3 7h 

Thompson, Hugh 3 7h 

Thompson; J. B 3 7f 

Thompson, Wm 8 5f 

Thomson, Alex 4 2f 

Thomson, James. 4 3f 

Thorn, Mrs 3 5f 

Tovel, John 3 6f 

Tovel, Samuel 3 6f 

Townsend, J. B 1 8f 

Trevastres, John 1 13h 

Trevastres, Wm •.. bf 13h 

Trewartha, Abraham.... 1 8f 

Trudgeon, John 1 6h 



Con. Lot. 

Truesdale, Hill 3 7h 

Truesdale,Wm 3 6f 

Vance, James 9 6f 

Vance, Eobert 9 6h 

Vance, Wm.C 8 6h 

Vannorman, Elery.. ...... 8 9f 

Vannorman, Wm 9 2f 

Waddell, Bobt 6 2f 

Wade, Thomas 9 7f 

Wagwood, Eobert 12 4f 

Walker, James 9 9f 

Walker, John 9 llh 

Walker, Robert 5 3h 

Walker, Wm 12 5h 

Warner, Stephen 9 4f 

Weir, Thomas 10 9f 

Wheeler, James 11 llf 

Wheeler, James, sen... -. 13 8f 

Wheeler, Joshua 11 lOh 

Whitfield, John 8 8f 

Whitty, James 3 7f 

Williams,Joseph 7 12 f 

Williams, Wm. C 7 12f 

Wingrove, James 13 9f 

Wingrove, John 12 9h 

Wingrove, Jonathan 13 10 f 

Wingrove, Mrs 12 9f 

Wingrove, Thomas, .... 13 10 f 

Wingrove, Wm 12 9f 

Wood,Wm 7 7f 

Wor thington , John 7 llf 

Worthington, Joshua.... 6 13 f 

Wray, Alex 5 8f 

Wright, Jacob 13 4f 

Wyatt, Francis , bf 5h 

Wyatt, Henry . bf 5f 

Yake, John 3 6f 

Yake, John. ............ . bf 14h 

Young, James 3 7f 



TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO' WEST. 



Ill 



TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO' WEST. 



Con. Lot. I 

Acland, Wm 2 20 f I 

Adams, James 2 3fi 

Adams, John 3 2f| 

Adams, Joseph 5 14 fj 

Adams, Samuel, 2 6h | 

Adams, William 4 4h i 

Aird, William 2 22h j 

Alexander, Wm 7 3h j 

Almes, David 1 27h I 

Anderson, Henry 5 16f! 

Anderson, Isaac H 2 24 fi 

Anderson, James 5 10 fj 

Anderson, John 4 20fi 

Anderson, John H 2 Ih ! 

Anderson, Joseph 3 Gfj 

Archer, Joseph 1 lOh | 

Arnold, Henry 4> 15h! 

Arnold, James 1 Ih ! 

Arnold, John 4 8f| 

Armstrong, James 2 9h j 

Armstrong, Walter 1 6f| 

Atkins, George 1 7 f I 

Atkinson, Hann..... 1 22 fi 

Averill, Edward 2 21 f I 

Baker, Abram 3 25f| 

Baker, Solomon 5 19h j 

Bailey, John 5 3fl 

Bailey, Melvin 6 16h i 

Bailey, Timothy 5 3f| 

Bain, Thomas 8 6fi 

Balf, Edward 7 10 fj 

Balison, Richard 7 7f | 

Ball, G«orge 6 5fi 

Ball, Robert 1 16h | 

Ballentyne, Thomas 2 9fl 

Bamberger, Mrs. Nancy . 4 5 f I 

Bansley;Mrs 2 Bfi 

Barwell, Job 1 18h | 

Barr. Frederick 2 lOh i 

Barton, Geo 2 22f| 

Barrett, Thomas 1 16hi 



Con. Lot. 

Baxter, Chas 8 lOh 

Baxter, James 5 7h 

Begg, Adam 4 12 f 

Begg, John 2 9h 

Begg, Robert 2 9h 

Bennett, Richard 1 24 f 

Bennett, Wm., sen 1 24 f 

Bemey, W. H 5 18h 

Berry, George 1 4h 

Betzner, Jacob 3 2f 

Betzner, John W 1 3f 

Betzner, Samuel 2 11 f 

Bingham, Hill 1 4f 

Binkley, Elijah 4 15 f 

Binkley, George 3 11 f 

Binkley, John K 4 16 f 

Binkley, Samuel 3 15f 

Binkley, Wm.D 3 15f 

Black, Andrew 3 9f 

Black, James 3 8f 

Black, Joseph, innkeeper. 5 19 f 

Black, Robert 3 9f 

Blair, Geo. and Jas 6 13f 

Blockman, John 7 6h 

Borer, John 3 22f 

Borthwick, Adam 6 2f 

Bowman, Adam 2 Ih 

Bowman, Isaac B 2 Ih 

Bowman, Jonathan 3 18 f 

Bowman, John 2 Ih 

Brady, Patrick 5 8f 

Branagan, E dward 1 1 h 

Branagan, George 7 6h 

Brennan, Wm. and John* 7 7 f 

Bridle, Thomas 4 9f 

Brown, George 1 19 f 

Brown, Michael 5 7f 

Brown, William 4 2f 

Browne, Richard 6 7f 

Bryant, Frederick 4 6h 

Bullock, Joseph 2 10 f 



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TOWNSHIP OP FLAMBORO' WEST. 



Con. Lot. 

Bullock, Joseph 6 9f 

Bullock, Wm., sen 2 10 f 

Bullock, Wm 7 3f 

Bullock, Wm 4 6f 

Burk, James 5 5f 

Burk, John 5 6f 

Burk, Martin 5 5f 

Burk, Michael 5 5f 

Burk, Patrick 5 5f 

Burk,Wm 5 5f 

Burkinshaw, George 2 6h 

Burns, Orr 6 14f 

Burns, Samuel 6 14f 

Bussy, Samuel, carpenter. 2 9h 

Butcher, Baxter 7 3h 

Cameron, Donald 2 9h 

Canada Company 4 4f 

Caldwell, JohnT 2 9h 

Carey, Edward 4 17f 

Carey, James 4 14f' 

Carey, Michael 4 16 f 

Carey, Solomon M 5 15f 

Carey, Wm 3 24f 

Carey, Wm 5 15f 

Carle, Peter 1 6f 

Carney, wid. Arthur 4 11 f 

Carson, Peter.. 6 15h 

Case, Daniel 3 17h 

Case, Peter 2 l7h 

Chambers, Geo 9 3f 

Chisholm, John 1 4h 

Christie, Rev. Thos 1 If 

Church, James 3 8h 

Church, Wm 3 12h 

Clansman, Joseph 1 2f 

Clappinson, T. innkeeper 3 25 f 

Clark, John 3 19f 

Clark, Wm , 4 Ih 

Clarke, James, sen 1 6h 

Clarke, James, jun 1 8f 

Cluttin, Wm 3 7f 

Cochenour, Frank 7 7h 

Cochenour, George 4 9 f 

Cochenour, James 2 9h 

Cochenour, John 1 10 f 

Cochenour, J i 2 10 f 



Con. Lot. 

Cochenour, Mrs.C 1 9f 

Cockburn, George 7 6f 

Coghlan, Stephen. 7 6f 

Colcleugh, Walter 1 4h 

Colcleugh, Wm 1 4h 

Cole, Daniel 7 10 f 

Cole, John 7 lOf 

Coleman, John & Joseph. 6 8 f 

Coleman, Martin 6 17 f 

Coleman, Robert 1 3h 

Collins, James 2 9f 

Council, Thomas 8 2h 

Cook, William 7 llh 

Cooley, John 6 8f 

Cornell, Daniel 2 3f 

Cornwall, Vincent 1 4h 

Coulson, George 2 11 f 

Crompart, Henry 5 8f 

Crooker, Eleanor 4 18h 

Crooker, John 5 16f 

Crooker, Samuel G 5 17 f 

Crooks, Adam 2 5f 

Crooks, Archibald 2 6h 

Cummins, Charles.. 5 18f 

Cummins, Daniel 5 19 f 

Cummins, David 4 12 f 

Cummins, David 5 17 f 

Cummins, Jacob, jun 3 16 f 

Cummins, Joseph 5 18 f 

Cummins, John A 4 19 f 

Cummins, Shipman* 4 18 f 

Curtis, Thomas 4 21h 

Davis, Joseph 4 21h 

Davidson, Joseph 1 4h 

Davidson, Thos. T 1 12h 

Dawson, Wm • 8 4h 

Degear, Jacob 3 7h 

Dempsey, Thomas 6 7h 

Devane, John 1 10 f 

Dewin, James 2 21h 

Dill Bier, John 2 Ih 

Dimmock, Columbus 4 13 f 

Dimmock, John 4 14f 

Dimmock, Moses S 4 13f 

Dineen, Daniel 5 4f 

Dineen, John 5 4f 



TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO' WEST. 



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Con. Lot- 

Dineen, Morris.. 6 5f 

Dineen, Patrick 5 4f 

Dixon, Robert 7 7h 

Donald, Robert 1 4h 

Donaldson, George 1 lOh 

Douglas, Charles........ 1 4h 

Douglas. William N 3 14 f 

Dowery, William 2 9f 

Downey. James 1 12h 

Doyle, Patrick 6 8f 

Duckworth, Henry 1 5h 

Dunham, George 6 3f 

Dankin, Thomas 3 9f 

Durrant, Charles 2 3f 

Durrant, Henry 4 8f 

Dyckman, Hiram 2 9h 

Dyckman, Mary 2 21 f 

Eaton, Angus 5 18f 

Echlin, Daniel 2 If 

Edworthy, Wm 1 4h 

Emsley, Richard 2 9h 

Enright, Patrick 2 5h 

Everett, David, jun 4 18 f 

Everett, James A 1 23f 

Everson, James 4 8h 

Fagan, John, jun 4 15 f 

Ferrier, J 7 4f 

Fielder, Benjamin 4 20f 

Finlay, Alexander 7 4f 

Fisher, Alfred 1 Ih 

Fisher, Joseph 2 9h 

Flaharty, Dennis 3 26h 

Flatt, JohnI 4 20f 

Fleming, Patrick 1 11 f 

Flowers, Hiram 11 2h 

Ford, James 11 4h 

Ford, James : 10 4h 

Ford, Joseph 6 11 f 

Forester, Walter 3 4f 

Forester, Wm. & Walter. 4 11 f 

Forster, Joseph 2 9f 

Fostick, Martin 4 7h 

Foster, Edward L 4 20 f 

Foster, James 4 Ih 

Foster, Richard 4 5h 

Foster, Samuel 3 Ih 



Con. Lot- 
Fowler, James 2 19h 

Fraser, Angus 8 7f 

Fraser, David, weaver... 2 9h 

Fraser, Hugh, merchant. 1 10 f 

Frederick, Francis 2 9h 

Frederick, Jame? 2 4h 

Frederick, John 1 9h 

Frederick, Mrs. Mary... 1 9f 

Freeman, James 2 25 f 

Fulton, James 7 8f 

Fulton, John 7 8f 

Fulton, Mrs. Margaret... 3 3f 

Gallagher, Mrs. A 5 11 f 

Gallivan, James 1 Ih 

Gallowav, James 9 5h 

Gartley,' Alex 7 9f 

Gartley, Andrew 7 9f 

Gassett, Fred 5 7h 

Gavin, Patrick 9 2f 

Globinsky, Lewis 2 9 f 

Gibbons, Edward 5 3h 

Gilmore, George 6 If 

Gilmore, James 6 If 

Gilmore, John 6 If 

Gilmore, Richard 6 If 

Gilmore, Thomas 6 If 

Gilmore, Wm,, sen 3 5h 

Goddin, Job 4 6f 

Gold, Henry 1 Ih 

Goss, Henry 5 19 f 

Graham, Hugh 1 6h 

Graham, Philip 2 6h 

Grsinger, Robert 3 7h 

Grainger, Wm 4 7h 

Gravel, Charles 3 8h 

Gray, James 8 6f 

Gregg, Nathaniel 8 7f 

Green, AbramD 2 8f 

Green, Andrew 4 10 f 

Green, Fraser 3 6f 

Green, Mrs. Isabella 2 21 f 

Green, John S 2 8f 

Green, Peter 2 8h 

Green, Walter 1 6f 

Green, Wellington 3 6f 

Green, Wm., sen 4 7f 



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TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBORO WEST. 



Crn. Lot- 

Greive, Walter 7 8h 

Griffin, Timothy ... 2 6h 

Guroey, Charles 2 9h 

Hacking, Joseph 3 21h 

Haines, F.P 3 If 

Hfiines, Morris 3 21h 

Haines, James 3 2h 

Haines, James 3 Ih 

Haines, John, sen 2 21 f 

Haloes, John, jun 2 21 f 

Hill, Matthew 6 4f 

Hall, Robert 2 27h 

Haladay, Robert 6 16h 

Hamilton, Christopher.. 6 7f 

Hamilton, James 6 7f 

Hamilton, Dr. James — 1 llf 

Hamilton, John, 6 llf 

Hamilton, Patrick 7 If 

Hamilton, Robert 7 If 

Hamilton, Wm 7 If 

Hampton, Wm 8 7h 

Hannah, Thomas 4 6h 

Hanney, Edward 4 7f 

Harper, George 7 13 f 

Harris, Geo 1 2f 

Hatt, Joseph R.... 1 12 f 

Hathaway, John 4 12f 

Hathaway, Warren 4 12 f 

Hayes, Michael 4 7f 

Hiiyes, Michael 4 6f 

Hinry, James 2 — h 

Henry, John 2 3f 

Hethtrington, Mrs 7 7f 

Hewitt, George 2 8h 

Higgins, Andrew J.. . . . 6 2 f 

Higgins, Henry 5 2f 

Hisgins, Henry 2 9f 

Hill, George 1 26 f 

Hislop, James, sen 1 4f 

Hislop, James, jun 1 4h 

Hobson, Nathaniel 6 I4h 

Hodges, Owen 1 Ih 

Hoffman, Solomon........ 8 5f 

Hood, James 7 5f 

Hood, William 7 7h 

Hopkins, J. K 2 28 f 



Con. Lot. 

H ore, Charles 4 5h 

llore, Frank, W 2 8f 

Hore, John 2 8h 

Hore, Mrs. V/m. McK.. 2 4f 

Horning, John L 5 16 f 

Horning, Lorenzo 2 22h 

Howard, Charles 7 7h 

Howell, Peter 3 IHh 

Hurril, John 1 5f 

Ironside, Robert 4 22 f 

Irving,J.B 1 3f 

Jackson, George 1 Ih 

Jackson, John 1 4h 

Jackson, Joseph 2 lOh 

Jackson, Wm 2 9h 

Jefferson, Frank 5 6h 

Jenkins, Dr. John 5 6f 

Johnson, Thomas 1 4h 

Joyce, James, sen 2 9f 

Joyce, James, jun 2 9h 

Jones, Alfred 1 3f 

Jones, John 1 3f 

Keagy, J. B 2 16f 

Keating, Patrick 1 llf 

Kelly, Edward 5 7f 

Kelly, Hugh 3 14h 

Kelso, Samuel 1 19 f 

Kenny, Patrick 6 7f 

Kievell, George 3 13 f 

Kievell, John, sen 3 13 f 

Kievell, John, jun 3 13 f 

Kinchlar, Edward 10 If 

Kniewaiser, George 2 21 f 

Lafferty, Edward 4 I8f 

Lafferty, James D .. 2 26 f 

Langton, James 4 l3h 

Lanzo, Mrs 1 9f 

Lapont, Nelson 2 2h 

Lario, Cassimere 2 9f 

Lario, Napoleon 2 8h 

Lawrence, Frederick 1 7h 

Lawrence, AVm. T 1 8h 

Lawson, John 6 7f 

Lawson, John 4 3f 

Leekie,John 2 9h 

Lemmon, Catharine 2 6h 



TOWNSHIP OP FLAMBORO' WEST, 



115 



Con. Lot. 

Lewis, Joseph H 5 19 f 

Lewis, William 4 19 f 

Lightfoot, George H.. . . 4 91i 

Li^htfoot, Henry 4 7h 

Lightfoot, John S 1 4h 

Logie, James 1 16 f 

Lothian, Richard & John 8 4 f 

Loughrey, James 2 7h 

Lowry, George . 8 9h 

Lyons, Harcan 3 23 f 

Lyons, Jeremiah 1 21f 

Lyons, John 1 21 f 

Lyons, Marshall. , 1 21 f 

Mc Arthur, Rebecca 10 If 

McCartney, Charles 2 9h 

McCarty, John 3 26h 

McCormack, Wm 1 7f 

McCuUoch, Joseph 1 3h 

McEwan, David 9 4f 

McEwan, James 9 4f 

McFarlane, Alex 6 12 f 

McFarlane, Dancan 7 12 f 

McFarlane. Geo. & Wm. 6 Ih 

McGinn, Michael 2 16h 

McGowen, Anthony 5 9h 

McGrigor, John 1 If 

Mcllroy, John 1 8h 

McKay, James 2 20 f 

McKee, Thos. & James. 4 If 

McKenzie, C. & R 1 7f 

McKenzie, Kenneth 1 7f 

McKneely, Richard 5 2h 

McLaren, John 9 5f 

McLean, Rev. Alex 7 6h 

McLoughlin, 5 9f 

McMann, Mrs. M. G.... 3 6f 

McMaster 2 9h 

McPherson, Daniel 7 7h 

McVenn, Thos 2 lOf 

Mackie, Robert 5 if 

Maloney, John, sen 2 Gh 

Maloney, John, jun 2 6h 

Manery, Samuel 9 6f 

Markle, Alfred 2 9h 

Markle, Arthur 4 17 f 

Markle, Daniel 3 15 £ 



Con. Lot. 

Markle, David 1 14f 

Markle, Israel 4 17 f 

Markle, Jacob 6 7f 

Markle, James 2 9f 

Markle, James K 3 10 f 

Markle, John R 5 19 f 

Markle, Manuel 2 9h 

Markle, Moses 3 lOh 

Markle, Solomon 3 10 f 

Markle, Wm 4 19 f 

Marshall, Thomas 7 6f 

Martyn, Mrs. Susan. ... 1 4h 

Martyn, Wm. J 4 6h 

Matthews, E 5 19 f 

3Iatthews, Francis 11 Ih 

Maul, Peter 2 Ih 

Millard, Alfred 7 9f 

Miller, Andrew 7 6f 

Miller, Henry 4 19h 

Miller, John 4 Gf 

Miller, Thos. & Wm. F. 2 4f 

Miller, Thos 5 19h 

3Iiller, Dr. Thomas 2 4f 

Miller, Wm 4 6f 

Miller, Wm 7 6f 

Miller, Wm. F 2 2f 

Mills, Lewis 2 26 f 

Mills, Solomon 2 21 f 

Milne, Chas 6 16 f 

Misner, W. D 2 22 f 

Monkhouse, Isaac 10 2f 

Moore, Edward 7 7h 

Moore, John 6 6f 

Moore, Stewart 6 5f 

Morden, Elijah 2 22h 

Morden, Francis 3 6f 

Morden, Jacob 3 7f 

Morden, James 3 20 f 

3Iorden, James J 2 7f 

Morden, John 2 7f 

Morden, Jonathan 2 7f 

Morden, Milton 3 20 f 

Morden, Moses 3 3f 

Morden, Peter C 3 20 f 

Morden, Wm, James 1 7f 

Morran, Thomas 2 9h 



116 



TOWNSHIP OP FLAMBORO' WEST. 



Con. Lot- 
Morrison, Mrs. Isabella. 2 9h 

Morson, Henry C 2 15f 

Moxlej, Orlando 2 9f 

Muir, D 5 5f 

Muir, James 5 5f 

Mulholland, Geo 1 8f 

Murphy, Peter 5 9f 

Murray, Andrew 2 4f 

Murray, Geo., sen 7 9f 

Nabb, Sebastian 5 8f 

Noalon, Thos 4 7f 

Neff, John 2 2f 

Nevills, Thomas 4 10 f 

New, James 2 13h 

Newcomb, Edwin 1 4f 

Newton, Francis 1 3h 

Newman, Jas 2 27h 

Nichol, George 6 4h 

Nichol, William 7 7h 

Nicklin, Richard 11 2f 

Nixoa, James 3 5f 

Nixon, Wm 6 10 f 

Nott, George A 2 27 f 

O'Connell, John 5 ' 8f 

O'Connell, Owen 5 8f 

O'Reilly, Wm 1 4h 

Ollmaney, John 4 19h 

Orr, William 4 18f 

Page, Abraham 6 6f 

Palmer, Albert B 5 19 f 

Parker, E.B 1 18h 

Patchen, Wm 1 9f 

Patterson, George 3 2h 

Patton, Alexander 6 2f 

Payne, Wm. D 3 7h 

Peebles, James 7 7f 

Peebles, Matthew 7 6f 

Peebles, Robert 7 7f 

Peet, Thomas 2 9f 

Pegg, John and Wm.... 7 11 f 

Pepper, John 5 14f 

Percy, John 1 3f 

Perry, John & Co 2 9h 

Perry, Mrs 2 7h 

Peters, David- 5 19h 

Phillips, G.R 5 19h 



Con. Lot. 

Phillips, Robert 8 6h 

Piper, John 4 7h 

Pool, Peter C 1 29 f 

Pool, Wm. B 3 17f 

Porter, David 4 6h 

Porter, James 7 2f 

Porter, Robert 5 7f 

Portt, George 2 9h 

Powell, Wm 1 15 f 

Purnell, George, sea 11 Ih 

Purnell, Thos 11 If 

Radcliff, Robert ,. 2 6h 

Railton,Wm 5 8f 

Ramsay, Allen 3 If 

Ramsel, Frederick 3 Ih 

Raspberry, Robert 1 26 f 

Raspberry, William 1 26 f 

Rather, Frederick 3 Ih 

Ray, Francis 5 10 f 

Raymond, Hugh 1 7h 

Rea,Peter 5 11 f 

Redmond, John 7 5f 

Regor, C 2 21f 

Reid, Alexander 8 2f 

Reid, Arthur 9 If 

Reid, James 8 3f 

Reid, James C 5 19f 

Reid, James E 5 13h 

Reid, John 6 8h 

Robbins, Robt 5 17h 

Roberts, Francis 5 Ih 

Robertson, Alex 8 8f 

Robertson, Alexander.... 7 10 f 

Robertson, Donald 6 11 f 

Robertson, Duncan 7 10 f 

Robertson, James 8 5f 

Robertson, John 11 2h 

Robison, James 1 2f 

Rogers, Henry 5 19h 

Rolph, Charles 5 19h 

Rolph, Mrs. Ann 1 4h 

Rolph, Emanuel 5 19 f 

Rolph, Emanuel 5 14h 

Ross, Donald 7 3h 

Ross, William 1 6f 

Russell, William 3 24h 



TOWNSHIP OP PLAMBORO* WEST. 



117 



Con. Lot. 

Rutherford, John 6 12 f 

Ryckman, Abram 3 19f 

Rjckman,A. W 3 24 f 

Ryckman, Freeman S.... 4 19 f 

Ryckman, Isaac A 4 18 f 

Ryckman, J. W 3 24 f 

Ryckman, J.N 4 19f 

Ryckman, Sylvester H... 4 18 f 

Rymal, Jacob 5 19h 

Rymal, Jacob H 4 14 f 

Rymal, Wm.K 2 21 f 

Sanderson, James 6 6f 

Sanderson, Robert 1 4f 

Secord, William 3 7f 

Shannon, David 2 9h 

Shel ton, David 5 19 f 

SheUon, Joseph 5 llh 

Shelton, William 3 16h 

Shepherd, Benjamin 2 22 f 

Simons, Andrew 4 6h 

Simons, Abram 4 6f 

Simpson, Mrs. Mary. . . « 1 4h 

Smarns, Jacob D 2 10 f 

Smarns, Richard 2 lOh 

Smith, George 7 7h 

Smith, George 1 lOh 

Smith, George M 2 15 f 

Smith, Isaac 3 17 f 

Smith, Isaac A 2 18 f 

Smith, Jacob ...- 1 4f 

Smith, James 8 Ih 

Smith, John 1 25 f 

Smith, John H 4 6h 

Smith, Peter 4 2f 

Smith, Sydney 9 6h 

Smith, Thomas 3 5h 

Smith, William 1 25 f 

Smith, William J 6 8h 

Snesdale, Joseph 2 9h 

Soper, George 2 lOh 

Sourbeer, John E 1 lOh 

Spanton, John 1 4h 

Speaton, George 1 4h 

Staunton, F.H 2 14 f 

Steel, John 2 9h 

Stevenson, Mrs 9 5f 



Con. Lot. 

Stevenson, Joseph 1 (Jh 

Stewart, Alexander 8 6f 

Stewart, Archibald 1 9f 

Stewart, Charles 8 2h 

Stewart, David 9 2f 

Stewart, Peter 7 12 f 

Sticks, Lewis 7 14 f 

Stonehouse, John 2 22 f 

Stonehouse, Robert 3 If 

Stonehouse, Thomas 3 Ih 

Sturrock, Charles 1 17h 

Sullivan, Cornelius 1 6f 

Sutton, Joseph 8 8f 

Swan, John 2 7h 

Sweeny, Frank 2 7h 

Sweet, George 1 4f 

Talbot, Lorenzo 4 6h 

Talford, Wm 8 llf 

Taylor, Henry 5 13h 

Taylor, James 1 8f 

Thompson, 4 19 f 

Thompson, William 2 9f 

Thompson, William 4 19f 

Tiffany, Joseph 7 12h 

Tink, John = . 2 8h 

Tinley, Joseph 1 4h 

Titmouse, Joseph 1 8h 

Tow, Henry W... 3 25h 

Towns, David 2 lOh 

Towns, James 2 9h 

Trant, Patrick 1 2h 

Trogan, William 11 4h 

Tunis, John 2 12f 

Tunis, William 2 13 f 

Tyner, Richard 4 19f 

Vanevery, Hugh 2 If 

VanNorman, Emerson.... 5 17 f 

Vincer, Henry 2 9f 

Waddell, James 7 2f 

Walker, Robt 4 17h 

Wallace, Thomas 3 23h 

Walters, Robert 1 4h 

Wardrope, James 9 If 

Warren, James 8 If 

Washington, George 5 7f 

Washington, Thomas.... 5 9f 



118 



TOWNSHIP OP GLANFORD. 



Con. 

Webster, George 1 

Webster, Joseph, miller. 1 

Weir, John, sen 1 

Weir, John, jun 3 

Whalen, John 3 

Wharton, John.., 2 

Whitehead, James 13 

Wilkinson, Wm.., 5 

Wilson, Samuel 6 

Wishart, Alexander 1 

Wishart, Mrs. J 1 



Lot. , Con. Lot. 

llh ! Wishart, Kenneth 1 7 f 

10 fi Wishart & Van Every 

4fl merchants 2 lOh 

5f; Witherspoon, Henry 1 9f 

6 f ; Witherston, James 6 Ih 

9h j Wood, Samuel 2 Ih 

3fi Wright, Joseph 1 5f 

18 fi Wright, Peter J 1 5f 

15f iWylde, JamesC 1 l6f 

7fi Young, Daniel 2 22 f 

7fi 



TOWNSHIP OF GLANFORD. 



Abery, John 5 5h 

Aikin, Samuel 2 12f 

Allen, Richard 3 lOh 

Allison, Wm 1 6f^ 

Armstrong, Geo 4 5h | 

Armstrong, James 7 9h j 

Armstrong, John 7 7h i 

Armstrong, Wm. 5 Gfj 

Ashbaugh, David 6 11 f| 

Ashbaugh, Wm 6 8f | 

Atkinson, John 4 12h | 

Atkinson, John 4 5fi 

Atkinson, Thomas 7 llh| 

Atkinson, William 4 5h j 

Baldwin, John 1 14f 

Bates, David 5 9h 

Bates, James P 1 Ih 

Bates, James H 1 If 

Bates, John 3 4f 

Bates, Joseph 3 4f 

Beasley, Henry 6 3h 

Bell, George 7 13f 

Bell, James 2 13h 

Bell,John 2 12f 

Bell, Thomas 7 13f 

Bensley, Benjamin 3 10 f 

Bensley, Robert D 3 10 f 

Bere, John , 1 16 f 

Bethune, Alex., M. D.... 4 5f 

Binkley, Alexander 1 2 f 



Bird, John 

Blacklock, J. M.... 

Blair, John. 

Blair, Wm 

Blake, Samuel 

Bloom, Peter .- 

Blue, Archibald . , . 

Bradt, David 

Bradt, Jacob 

Bradt, Peter 

Bradt, Simon 

Brigham, Thomas . 
Brigham, William. 
Brigham, William. 

Brown, James 

Bull, Stephen 

Burk, Joseph 

Burns, John 

Burns, Matthew.... 
Calder, Wm. M .. 

Carroll, N 

Carver, John 

Case, D. G 

Case, Jacob S 

Ceaser, Francis.... 

Chase, Henry 

Choate, Asa....... 

Choate, Thomas... 
Choate, Zach. B .. 
Clark, Geo 



9 


13h 


4 


5f 


3 


I6h 


3 


16h 


4 


J5h 


3 


llh 


7 


llh 


2 


5f 


3 


8h 


2 


5f 


1 


8h 


2 


9f 


2 


9f 


2 


9h 


8 


If 


2 


lOh 


7 


Ih 


4 


7h 


4 


5h 


4 


6f 


4 


5f 


5 


llf 


4 


5f 


4 


5f 


2 


8h 


2 


6f 


8 


6f 


2 


6f 


6 


6f 


7 


7h 



TOWNSHIP OF GLANFORD. 



119 



Con. Lot 

Clark, Geo 3 3h 

Clark, [saiah 6 10 f 

Clark, Joseph B 5 13 f 

Clark, Wm 7 7f 

Cleland, George 6 2f 

Cleland, John 6 2h 

Cleland, William 6 2f 

Clemeson, Thomas 5 5h 

Cook, Andrew S 9 iGh 

Cook, Jonathan 9 16 f 

Cook, John W 8 16h 

Coombs, James 4< 8h 

Coon, Amasa 7 5f 

Coon, John 8 5f 

Coral, John 2 13h 

Coulster, Samuel 1 6h 

Cowie, Thomas, merchant 1 6h 

Craig, Wm 4 5h 

Crow, Jacob 3 If 

Cox, James 4 15f 

Cox, John 8 14f 

Cox, Wm 7 14h 

Creekmore, Richard.. . . 4 16h 

Dalton, John, sen* 4 4h 

Dalton, John 4 4h 

Davison, James 7 16f 

Dawson, Francis 8 5f 

Dickinson, Edward .... 2 5 f 

Donahue, James 3 16h 

Donahue, Matt.Jun 3 15h 

Duffield, Isaac 5 10 f 

Duffield,John 3 9f 

Duncan, Andrew 1 14h 

Du.ncan, Thomas 1 14h 

Duncan, Wm. A 8 10 f 

Dunn, John 4 5h 

Easton, John 9 12 f 

Elliott, Thomas 7 15 f 

Ellis, Henry, sen 3 8h 

Ellis, Henry, jun 3 8h 

Ely, Henry, R. A 4 2h 

Eustace, James 4 9h 

Finch, David. 6 lOh 

Finch, Elijah 3 7f 

Fiach, James 4 5f 

Fink, Andrew 4 5f 



Con. Lot. 

Fink, Walter W 5 5f 

Ford, James 6 5h 

Ford, Nicholas 4 9h 

Franklin, James 1 16h 

Frasier, Jacob ,. 4 5f 

French, Augustine 2 4f 

French, James 3 7f 

French, Thomas 3 7f 

Gage,John 1 5f 

Gage, William 1 If 

Gage, Wm. B 1 5f 

Garrison, John 6 15h 

Gibson, Joseph 7 12h 

Gillan, David 4 5f 

Gillan, Matthew 6 12h 

Gillan, Thomas 4 13h 

Gillan, Thomas 9 13h 

Glover, Henry 2 15h 

Glover, James 1 15f 

Glover, Joseph 2 15 f 

Glover, Wm 2 15h 

Gbodale, Amos 1 8h 

Goodale, George 1 8h 

Goodale, James 1 6h 

Goodale, Johiel 1 8f 

Goodale, Joseph 1 8f 

Goodale, Joseph ,... 1 lOh 

Goodman, Christopher... 5 3f 

Gordon, John 4 5f 

Gorrie, Robt 4 5f 

Grey, Charles 3 13 f 

Grey, John 5 7f 

Hagle, Nelson 1 6h 

Hall, James 3 lOh 

Hammond, Richard. ... 4 5h 

Hannon, John Y 1 12f 

Hannon, Joseph 2 13 f 

Hannon, Joseph, J. P. . 1 14 f 

Hart, J. A 8 5f 

Hartnett, John 4 5h 

Hartwell, Emery; 2 7f 

Bartwell, George 2 7f 

Heldrith, Reuben 5 15h 

Heldrith, William...... 4 15h 

Hendershott, Morris 2 12f 

Henderson, Robt 6 6h 



120 



TOWNSHIP OF GLANFORD. 



Con. Lot. 

Heslop, George 3 12f 

Heslop, John 3 12 f 

Hess, Francis 2 5f 

Hibbard, Bela 4 5f 

Hibbard, Richard 4 5f 

Hibbard, Wm 4 5f 

Hicks, John 5 If 

Hiles, Jacob I 9f 

Hiles, Samuel 1 9f 

Hoosack, Daniel 3 Ih 

Horning, Ira 1 13f 

Horning, Isaac 2 15h 

Horning, Jeremiah 1 13 f 

Hoskin, John 1 14 f 

Hostein,John 5 10 f 

Huffman, Philip. 4 6h 

Hunter, David 1 12h 

Jerome, John 4 3f 

Jerome, Samuel 4 3f 

Jerome, William 5 4h 

Johnson, Frederick 6 6h 

Kelly, Amos 3 8f 

Kelly, Edward., 8 8f 

Kelly, James 8 9f 

Kelly, Jonathan 2 16 f 

Kelly, Joseph 2 16 f 

Kelly, Nathaniel 2 16 f 

Kelly, Robert 2 16 f 

Kelly, Robert 3 8 f ' 

Kelly, Seth 3 8f 

Kemp, John 3 6h 

Kern, Christopher 4 7f 

Kern, David W 2 8f 

King, Stephen 2 5f 

Lang, John 7 I2h 

Lebar, Andrew 8 7f 

Lobar, Hiram 8 7f 

Leeming, Braithwaite... 7 4f 

Leeming, James 7 4f 

Leeming, Ralph 8 4f 

Leeming, Robert 8 3f 

Leeming, William 6 4f 

Ling, Lewis 1 Ih 

Lob; John 8 16h 

Lob, Samuel 8 15h 

Long, Henry, innkeeper. 1 11 f 



Con. Lot. 

Lowden, Jacob 5 16 f 

McAllister, Elisha 5 6h 

McClement, John 4 5h 

McDonald, James 3 3h 

McFegan, Bryce 3 7h 

McFegan, David 3 7h 

McGee, William 2 4h 

McKee, Henry 3 9f 

McKee, Peter, J 5 7f 

McKee, Philip 4 8 f 

McKee. Usher 4 8f 

McKinley, Roger 7 14h 

McSherry, Henry 1 6f 

McSherry, William 1 6f 

Mann, Samuel 2 5f 

Markle, James 2 8f 

Markle, JohnA 2 5f 

Marr, David 5 10 f 

Marr, Elijah 5 lOh 

Marr, Welcome, 4 lOh 

Martin, John 5 12h 

Martin, Thomas 5 12 f 

Martini Thomas A 1 15h 

Mason, Joseph 5 8f 

Mattice, William 2 5f 

Moore, F 8 5h 

Morrison, Robert 7 14h 

MulhoUand, John 4 9h 

Mulholland, Peter 4 14 f 

MulhoUand, William 4 9f 

Munn, Henry 9 13 f 

Munn, James 7 12h 

Murray, Catherine 4 14 f 

Myers, Henry 4 14f 

Neale, John 4 5f 

O'Brien, Margaret 3 9f 

O'Field, William H 6 4f 

O'Loane, Daniel 5 4f 

Old, Thomas 5 8f 

Oliphant, John E 2 12h 

Oliphant, John H 2 11 f 

Oliphant, Robert 2 I3h 

Parker, Robert 8 7f 

Parker, Thomas. 5 8f 

Patterson, James 8 12h 

Patterson, John 8 12f 



TOWNSHIP OF GLANPOKD. 



121 



Con. Lot. 

Pearson, George 1 llh 

Pearson, Henry 1 12h 

Pearson, Piev, Thos 7 5b 

Pilkey, Joseph, sen G 9f 

Pilkey, Joseph, jun G 8f 

Pilkey, Powell G 12 fj 

Potts, Chas. D...- 4 5f! 

Quinn, James 4 13 f 

Kamsden, Henry 1 oh 

Randalls, Edward 3 5h 

Kandalls, George 3 13h 

Eattenbury, James 8 5f 

Reed, James 5 11 f 

Reed, Nathaniel 7 13 f 

Reinhart, John 4 If 

Kenton. John G lb 

Ptichards, George 5 2f 

Richards, Leonard 5 2f 

Richards, Peter 5 2f 

Riddle, John 3 llh 

Ripley, Francis G l.oh 

Robins, Lawrence 2 5f 

Roe, James 5 8h 

Rolston, John 1 12h 

Rolston, Joseph 2 15h 

Rolston, William 1 12 f 

Ryan, Patrick 3 9h 

Scott. Reuben 4 14f 

Shafer, Abraham 4 5h 

Shafer, David 5 4h 

Shafer, D.E 4 5f 

Shafer, Jacob 4 5f 

Shafer, Philip C 2 5h 

Shaw, Gilbert, jun 8 8f 

Shaw, James 7 5f 

Shaw, John 8 8f 

Shaw, Robert .7 8f 

Shaw, Thomas 7 11 f 

Shaw, Thomas 7 6f 

Sheeler, Peter 9 llh 

Slaughter, John 8 oh 

Sloate, John 6 15h 

Smith, Aaron 3 lOh 

Smith, Amos 4 lOf 

Smith, Amos, sen. , 4 11 f 

Smith, Andrew 4 14 f 



Con. Lot- 
Smith, Anson 2 10 f 

Smith, Archibald G 2f 

Smith, Caleb G 14h 

Smith, Cyrus 4 13 f 

Smith, Cyrus G 3f 

Smith, David 1 4f 

Smith, Elijah 5 14 f 

Smith, Elijah 2 2f 

Smith, Elizabeth 4 5h 

Smith, George F 5 3f 

Smith, Gideon o 2f 

Smith, Hiram o 15 f 

Smith, Joel 5 If 

Smith, Lemuel 3 If 

Smith, Levi 1 lib 

Smith, Martin F 5 If 

Smith, Miles 1 4f 

Smith, Obadiah 2 2f 

Smith, Obadiah T G 16h 

Smith, Robert 7 If 

Smith, Robert 2 5f 

Smith, Robert S 4 lOf 

Smith, Samuel 1 4f 

Smith, Samuel G 4 12 f 

Smith, Silas C 3 If 

Smith, Simon L 7 3f 

Smith, William G 14 f 

Smith, William C 5 13 f 

Smith, William L 4 5h 

Smith, William L. , M.D.. 5 1 f 

Smuck, David G If 

Smuck, Ithamar 4 If 

Smuck, Jacob 4 If 

Smuck, Jacob 7 2h 

Smuck, Thomas, sen- — 7 2f 

Smuck, Thomas, jun 7 2h 

Snider, Joseph 5 Gh 

Sparham, William 3 9f 

Springer, Richard, J. P. 2 6f 

Stoneman, Henry 7 13h 

Stuart, Alexander G 14 f 

Stuart, Peter G 15 f 

Tait, James 7 lOh 

Taylor, John 6 8h 

Taylor, W.H 4 5f 

Teeple, Abraham 3 If 

15 



122 



TOWNSHIP OF SALTPLEET, 



Con. Lot. 

Teeple, Edward 3 2h 

Teeple, Jacob 3 Ih 

Teller, Alexander 4 lOh 

Temple, Richard 6 13h 

Terry berry, Jacob 4 5f 

Terryberry, Wm 3 6h 

Thecker, Chas...... 6 12h 

Thompson, Thomas 8 15 f 

Tidd, John 3 9f 

Tiddy, John 1 14h 

Torbet, Robert- 3 14h 

Torbet, John 3 15h 

Trainor, James 6 8f 

Vanderpool, Robert; 7 llh 

Vanevery, James 1 16 f 

Vanmere, Edmund 3 14h 

Vanmere, James 3 14 f 

Vanmere, William 2 14 f 

Walker, Daniel 2 14 f 

Wallace, John 2 3h 

Walker, Wm.G 2 14h 

Waters, Chas 4 5h 

Webber, Richard 4 5h 

AVebber, Thomas, sen 5 9 f 



Con- Lot. 

Webber, Thos, jun 5 9h 

Welton, Michael 8 5f 

Wedge, Samuel 4 Ih 

White, Wm 1 7f 

Wilcox, Samuel 4 5h 

Wilkins, Charles 1 14h 

Wilkins, James 4 5h 

Wilkinson, Thomas 7 1 f 

Williams, John 3 lOh 

Wilson, George . 2 10 f 

Wilson, John 2 16f 

Woodman, John 2 5h 

Wright, Elijah 3 5f' 

Wright, Henry 1 16 f 

Wright, James 1 llh 

Wylie, John 7 12 f 

Wylie, Samuel B 7 12f 

Young, Abraham 5 6f 

Young, Fred 2 5f 

Young, Jacob 1 6h 

Young, Jacob 8 7h 

Young, Stephen 3 If 

Young, William 5 6f 



TOWNSHIP OF SALTFLEET. 



Aikins, John 5 25h 

Alexander, Rev. J. L 3 25 f 

Akhouse, John 4 If 

Althouse, Simeon 6 If 

Anderson, Charles 1 21 f 

Anderson, John 3 25h 

Armstrong, Richard beach h 

Armstrong, Samuel J 7 10 f 

Armstrong, Thomas bf 3lh 

Atkins, John beach f 

Auld, James 1 30f 

Baker, Christopher 4 32f 

Baldry, Mrs beach f 

Barber, Daniel 5 25 f 

Barber, Miss Ann 6 25f 

Barker, Holden 1 34 f 

Barker, John 7 6h 

Barnes, Philander 2 16h 



Barnes, Royal 4 13h 

Barr, George 8 12h 

Bateman, Samuel 2 29f 

Bates, John bf 31 f 

Bates, William bf 31 f 

Beadle, Jeremiah 6 11 f 

Beadle, John 4 5f 

Beadle, Samuel 3 lOh 

Beadle, Mrs. Sarah 7 6f 

Beckerson, Richard 1 Ih 

Biggar, Andrew 2 16h 

Biggar, John H bf 4f 

Biggar, Joseph bf 11 f 

Biggar, Joseph.. .. , 3 15f 

Bradley, John J 3 25 f 

Braithwaite, Charles 8 3h 

Bridgeman, Dr 3 24h 

Brown, Alexander beach f 



TOWNSHIP OF SALTFLEET. 



123 



Con . Lot 

Brown, Thomas 3 24h 

Burkholder, C 7 14 f 

Burkholder, Isaac 2 2f 

Burkholder, John 7 21f 

Cable, Wesley 7 11 f 

Calvary, Joseph A 7 18h 

Cameron, John 3 30h 

Campbell, Wm., innkeeper 8 25 f 

Campbell, William -4 30h 

Carpenter, Albert E bf ISh 

Carpenter. Alexander. ... 4 3 f 

Carpenter, Andrew F.... 4 2h 

Carpenter, Franklin bf 15 f 

Carpenter, George 3 6 f 

Carpenter, Gershom 1 13 f 

Carpenter, Jonathan bf 12h 

Carpenter, Jonathan P. . 2 Bf 

Carpenter, Jos., merchant 1 4f 

Carpenter, Mary C 2 7f 

Carpenter, Smith 1 2f 

Carpenter, Thomas B. W. 3 7f 

Carpenter, William S 4f 

Carruthers, Jacob 7 31h 

Carscallan, Archibald 3 33 f 

Carscallan, John T 3 33 f 

Case, Edward 7 13h 

Cawley, Hugh 3 29h 

Chambers, Amos bf 2f 

Cheyne, Bev. George... 19 f 

Church. Samuel 1 21h 

Churchill, George 7 5f 

Clark, John k John, jun. 7 15h 

Clark, John B "..... 8 14f 

Clark, Michael 4 20h 

Clark, Myers 8 15 f 

Clark, Myers W 8 14f 

Clark, William i; 18 f 

Clifford, James 4 33 f 

Cline. Henry, .sen S 25h 

Cline, John D 3 18f 

Cline, John P 8 24fi 

Cline, Philip 1 23f] 

Colville, John 7 20f 

Combs, Horace 3 251 

Combs, James (J 15f 

Combs, John 4 24h ' 



Con. Lot- 
Combs, William 6 17f 

Condon, Johnson 7 17h 

Conley, Michael 6 29h 

Connor, William 5 12h 

Connors, Martin . . . . 4 23 f 

Cooke, James B 6 35 f 

Corey, Frederick beach f 

Corey, Jacob beach f 

Corey, Nehemiah beach f 

Corey, Zachariah beach h 

Corman, Abraham 3 21 f 

Corman, James F 3 22 f 

Cowell, J abez 5 20h 

Cowell, JohnW 7 3f 

Cowell, William 3 14h 

Cowell, William 6 4f 

Crawford, John 1 26h 

Crawford, Patrick 2 28 f 

Croswaithe, Mrs. E bf 28 f 

Culp, Cyrus 1 5h 

Davis, Albert 5 2d f 

Davis. Danl. F., innkeeper 5 33 f 

Davis, G. B 5 22f 

Davis, Jonathan 6 31 f 

Davis, Thomas 5 23 f 

Davis Wm. A 2 25 f 

Davy, John bf 19b 

Dean, Abraham 5 28h 

Dean, Denis bf 9f 

Dean, James 5 29 f 

Dean, John 1 9h 

Dean, Levi bf 10 f 

Depew, Timothy 2 29h 

Dewitt, George tj l^f 

Dewitt, Hiram 6 ij f 

Dewitt, Jacob H 9f 

Dewitt, John, sen 6 10 f 

Dewitt, John, jr 5 7f 

Dogherty, Henry 7 18h 

Donaghue, Jeremiah. ... 4 24h 

Dunn, Alexander 6 33 f 

Dynes, John beach f 

Eaden, James 3 27h 

Edmunds, L 7 33 f 

Erwin, James 8 25h 

Fagan, George 4 33 f 



124 



TOWNSHIP OP SALTPLEET. 



Con. Lot 

Fagan, Lewis. 4 33f 

Fair, Charles 3 24h 

Fairchilds, John 6 2h 

Farthicg, John l 15h 

Felker, Frederick 7 26f 

Felker, Hiram 6 29f 

Finton, Elijah 8 24f 

FiatoD, George 1 l9f 

Finton, Thomas 3 34h 

Fitch, David H beach f 

Fletcher, Aaron beach f 

Fletcher, Daniel 8 34h 

Fletcher, David 7 32 f 

Fletcher, John F 8 33 f 

Fold, Benjamin beach f 

Forao, James 1 8f 

Fortman, Charles 3 15 f 

Fortman, John 4 16h 

Freel, Samuel 6 13 f 

Freeman, Adolphus 4 33 f 

Freeman, William 4 31 f 

Fretz, Samuel bf 23 f 

Gage, Andrew 1 32 f 

Gallaghan, Wm 5 13h 

Galbraith, Brock 3 25 f 

Galbraith, Wellington.... 3 24 f 

Gall, William 2 31 f 

(ihent, John G bf 32f 

Gilday, Felix 2 20h 

Giles. Robert 5 4f 

Gilleland, Thomas H llh 

Glover, George 4 26 f 

Glover, John P 4 12 f 

Glover, Peter 8 12 f 

Gollan, Alexander 7 3f 

Gollan, John 8 9 f " 

Gorman, John 1 20h 

(irassie, Charles 6 33 f 

Green, Andrew 6 26h 

Green, Francis 2 19 f 

Green^ Freeman 5 25 f 

Green, James 5 25 f 

Green, Samuel 2 19 f 

Green, Samuel K 3 20 f 

<jreen, William, sen 4 25 f 

Green, William, jun.. . . 5 24 f 



Con. Lot. 

Green, William C 5 25f 

Grundy. Thomas 7 34h 

Gunning, Samuel 7 lUf 

Hall, George beach h 

Hall, Robert. beach f 

Harrington, Wm 1 5h 

Harris, Alfred B bf 33h 

Harris, David 2 33 f 

Harris, Elisha bf 33 f 

Harris, Elliot bf 33h 

Harris, John 2 33 f 

Harris, Samuel G ....... tl 17 f 

Harris, William H 5 33 ^^ 

Hart, George 8 2t 

Hart, John 8 2f 

Harvey, Joseph 3 8f 

Henry, William 4 25 f 

Hildreth, George 7 9f 

Hildreth, James G 12h 

Hill, James bf 16f 

Hirst, Joseph beach h 

Holland, Michael 1 21h 

Hopkins, John W bf 25 f 

Hopkins, Silas D 1 24 J 

Howard, Royal J 6 17f 

Howell, Samuel 4 24h 

Hudson, Henry 8 16h 

Hull, Henry, innkeeper. . 4 24 f 

Hulp, Henry 4 24 f 

Hunter, Joseph W 2 17f 

Jackson, John bf 4h 

Jacobs, Zachariah 5 6f 

Jamieson, C 7 13 f 

Jamieson, John 17 f 

Jardine, George 5 31 f 

Jardine, Joseph 5 32 f 

Jarvis, Duncan 8 19h 

Jarvis, Frederick, S 8 19 f 

Jarvis, Isaac 8 17 f 

Jarvis, Oliver 8 17 f 

Jeffrey, William 2 8h 

Joice Benjamin beach f 

Joice, John 4 33 f 

Johns, William 4 15h 

Johnson, Gilbert & Geo... 7 2f 

Johnson, Richard 6 4h 



TOWNSHIP OP SALTPLEET. 



125 



Con. Lot. 

Johnson, Stewart 7 2f 

Jones, A. G., merchant... 3 2-4f 

Jone.«, Hannah 2 29f 

Jones, James 3 24h 

Jones, Joseph bf 34f 

Jones, Thomas bf 34 f 

Jones, William bf 34 f 

Jones, William 1 2 12 f 

Keenan, Kichard bf 4h 

Kennedy, Thomas 4 33 f 

Kennedy, Timothy 8 33 f 

Kenney, Henry 8 31 f 

Kenyon, Jacob , 8 8f 

Kerr, John W beach f 

Kerr, Thomas C beach f 

Kil man, Robert J 6 24f 

Kilvington, Thomas 4 25 f 

Kipg, George W 8 24 f 

King, Hugh bf 3 

King, James bf 3h 

Lacey, Richard 4 9f 

Lacey, Richard 4 10 f 

Land, Aaron F 5 28 f 

Land.John 5 20 f 

Land, Stephen 4 34h 

Lang, Thomas 8 25f 

Lang, William G 34h 

Lawrence, Thomas 2 2h 

Lee, Abraham D 4 17f 

Lee, David 3 24h 

Lee, Edward 4 18f 

Lee, Jsmes, sen. and jun. 3 24 f 

Lee, James A 5 15f 

Lee, Jeremiah 4 15 f 

Lee, Samuel 4 19 f 

Lewis, James 2 If 

Lewis, Levi 2 7f 

Lewis, Wm. G 1 24h 

London, Daniel 5 27 f 

London, James 6 17h 

London, Margaret 5 27f 

Lottridge, Daniel 3 19 f 

Lottridge, George bf 29 f 

Lottridge, Samuel 1 29f 

Lottridge, Wm. A 3 23 f 

Lusse, John .,., 3 14 f 



Con. Lot. 

Lutz, Henry 2 29 f 

Lutz, Joseph D bf 26 f 

Lutz, Samuel 1 26h 

McGann, Daniel beach f 

McG ill, George 8 32 f 

McMillan, E 3 24 f 

McNeilly, John 2 8f 

Mahew,W 2 14h 

Mahoney, Patrick 2 32h 

Manary, Mrs. A. J 8 21 f 

Manary, James 5 11 f 

Manary, John 8 21 f 

Manary, Mrs. Mary 8 20 f 

Marlatt, Albert 3 24f 

Marlatt, Caleb 3 11 f 

Marshall, Charles 7 22 f 

Marshall, Israel 7 14h 

Medlar, James 7 12f 

Mitchell, David bf 20h 

Moffatt, James 6 22 f 

Morgan, Richard 4 26 f 

Moore, Joseph 3 24h 

Moore, Samuel 3 23h 

xMore, Wm. S 5 33h 

Morrison. S.W 8 4h 

MuUin, Wm 2 20h 

Murray, W. F beach f 

Nash, John G 3 17f 

Nash, Samuel 3 28 f 

Nash, Samuel 4 28 f 

Nash, William 4 .30 f 

Neal, Levi 8 16h 

New, Charles W. E 2 2f 

Norris, Nathaniel 21 f 

Norton, John, sen 6 17 f 

Norton, John, jun 6 18f 

Norton, William 3 12 f 

Oakes, George 2 2h 

O'Brien, James 4 32h 

Oldfield, George 5 10 f 

Olmstead, Andrew 6 26 f 

Olmstead, Moss J G 28 f 

Olmstead, Russell 8 28 f 

Owens, Richard 4 9f 

Peltz, Gustav W 4 31h 

Penfold, John 6 15h 



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TOWNSHIP OP SALTFLEET. 



Con. Lot. 

Penfold, Joseph 4 21 f 

Penfold, Stephen 5 6f 

Perry, Joseph beach f 

Peterson, Thomas S 8 15 f 

Pettit, Adolphus 1 llf 

Pettit, Edward 2 5f 

Pettit, Henry 2 6f 

Pettit, Jacob 4 4h 

Pettit, James B 2 12f 

Pettit, John 5 16 f 

Pettit, John 2 3f 

Pettit, Murray 2 5f 

Pettit, William 7 16 f 

Pettit, William 3 3f 

Piott, Aaron ; 8 3f 

Piott, John 8 6f 

Place, Ebenezer B 2 15 f 

Pollard, Henry 1 25h 

Pollard, Robert 2 8h 

Pollard, William..: 2 Ih 

Postles, Cornelius bf 34 f 

Potkins, William beach f 

Pottruff, Jonathan..; 6 29 f 

Pottruff, Levi 8 32f 

Pottruff, Simeon 8 29 f 

Ptolemy, John 6 16 f 

Ptolemy, Eobert 4 16 f 

Ptolemy, Roger 4 15 f 

Reid,Adam 4 15f 

Reid, George 2 34f 

Reid, Peter 4 13 f 

Rogers, Wm.H 3 24h 

Rogers, Wm.H 1 16 f 

RoUo, Alexander beach f 

Russell, Thomas 4 24f 

Rylett, Samuel 4 6f 

Schultz, Carl 2 23h 

Secord, Solomon 4 24h 

Servos, Richard 7 16h 

Sharpe, Andrew 3 28h 

Sheldrake, Shadrach 8 6h 

Shorts, Isaac 8 22 f 

Sbuter, Richard 3 12h 

Slingerland, George 3 24h 

Slunt, Henry 1 12h 

Smith, Ananias 2 2f 



Con. Lot. 

Smith, Anson 7 24h 

Smith, Benjamin J 2 2f 

Smith, David F 3 9h 

Smith, James 2 lOf 

Smith, John 2 9f 

Smith, John W 3 9h 

Smith. Ransom R 2 2f 

Smith, Sylvester 4 7f 

Smye, Richard, 8 25h 

Solberger, Philip 1 llh 

Soley, Robert 1 6h 

Soules, Jeremiah H 6 3h 

Soules,John 7 18f 

Soules, Mrs, Mary 7 19 f 

Soules, Ransom .... 6 18 f 

Spera, Archibald 7 28 f 

Spera, Henry 6 33f 

Spera, John 4 23 f 

Spera, John 3 25h 

Spera, William 2 28 f 

Springstead, Isaac. 7 7f 

Springstead, Jasper. ... 4 25h 

Springstead, John bf 25h 

Springstead, Oliver 4 24h 

Springstead, Simon. 7 16h 

Springstead, S 3 24 f 

Springstead, Simon P 7 13h 

Squires, Roland 4 24 f 

St. John, Russell 1 27h 

Staples, John 8 25 f 

Stewart, Alex 2 l.^f 

Stewart, John 2 13 f 

Stewart, Jonathan 8 30 f 

Stewart, Thomas 7 30f 

Stewart, Thomas 3 13f 

Stewart, William B 7 25 f 

Stewart, William Ira.... 8 25 f 

Stewart, William J 8 29 f 

Sturch, Joseph 6 6h 

Sweet, Samuel 5 5f 

Sweazy, Joel 8 25 f 

Taaffe, John beach h 

Taylor, Miss Isabella 6 l2f 

Tatcher, Enoch 6 33 f 

Temple, John 4 34 f 

Terryberryj David 6 14h 



TOWNSHIP OF SALTFLEET. 



127 



Terrrberry, Mrs. Mary... 

Tessier, Edward 

Thomas, James 

Thompson, George 

Tillotson, Eli 

Tovell, Samuel 

Truesdale, Francis 

Truesdale, Robert 

Turner, Alfred 

Turner, Dougald 

Turner, John 

Tweedle, John 

Tweedle, Joseph 

Tweedle, Richard 

Tweedle, Thomas 

T weedle. William 

Underhilll, Ira 

V tter, Andrew 

Utter, Henry 

Utter, Joel 

Utter, J. W 

Utter, Palmer 

Vandusen, Benj 

Vandusen, Joseph 

Vandusen, Robert 

VanWagner, Charles T.. 
VanWagner, Peter S. . . . 

"Waddell, James 

Walker, John 

Wallace, Joseph 



Con. Lot- 

6 14 f 
4 24h 

4 14 f 
beach h 

5 lOh 



4 

7 
7 
5 
6 
7 
7 
6 
7 
7 
8 
3 
2 

bf 
4 
3 

9 



25 f 

23 f 

24 f 

15 f 
33 f 
33 f 

4f 

8f 

If 

3f 

If 

15f 

22h 

17 f 

3lf 

16 f 
21 f 
32h 



Waller, George 

Ward, David 

Waterbury, Wm H. 
Watt, Robt., sen. .. 

Weaver, George 

Webb, John 

Weir, James G. . . . 

Wells, David , 

Welsh,David 

White, William 

Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 



Con 
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5 

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Lot. 

31 f 
31h 
31 f 
8 5h 
2 llf 
6 20f 
6 14 f 
beach f 
8 I3f 
21h 
27 f 
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ams, 
ams, 
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6 


20h 


7 


31 f 


2 


24h 


1 


26 f 


beach h | 


5 


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23h 



5 

ams, Albert J 8 

ams, George bf 

ams, Geo. G. & Wm 6 5 f 

Gilbert 6 7f 

Henry D 6 5f 

John 1 4f 

Jonah H 8 26f 

Samuel 5 19 f 

amson, Henry bf 22h 

amson, John 3 27 f 

amson, Joseph 3 25 f 

Wilson, David 8 33 f 

Wilson, Henry R 1 If 

Wilson, John W bf 5f 

Wilson, Joseph 1 34h 

Woodhouse, Arthur 5 17 f 

Woodman, Thomas 2 29 f 

Yeager, John 7 25 f 

Yeager, Lewis 7 26 f 



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ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS WORK. 



ab.— above, 
al.— alley. 
osst. — assistant, 
ave- — avenue' 
bet.— between, 
bds,— boards, 
big.— building, 
blk.-block. 
carp. — carpenter, 
cor.— corner 
e. — east. 



e. s — east side, 
h. — house. 
la. — lane, 
lab.— laborer, 
mkt-- morket. 
n.— north, 
nr. — near. 
n. s.— north side, 
off.— office, 
opp-- opposite. 



G. W. R.— Gseat Western 

Railway, 
prop • — proprietor, 
r.— rear, 
s. — south. 
s. s.— south side, 
tp.— township, 
wid. — widow. 

w. — west. 

w. s.— west side. 



Abbott, Wm., machinist, h. Wellington, bet Tyburn and Main. 
ABBS, REV. GEORGE, editor " Christian Advocate," h Ferguson 

Ave., bet Wilson and Little Gore. 
Abercrombie, Edward, book-keeper Royal Hotel. 
Abey, George, h Little Market, between Lock and Pearl. 
ABRAHAM, CHARLES F., wool, grain and commission merchant, 55 

e King, h Bond nr Main. 
Acheson, John, h Brock, nr McNab. 

Aciand, John, shoemaker, h w s West Ave., bet Wilson and Rebecca. 
Acres, William, salesman, h Hannah, bet Catharine and John. 
Actworth, John, carpenter, h Broadway, bet Lock and Pearl. 
ADAM, JOHN M., h e s Bowery, cor Robinson. 
Adams, Miss A. M., teacher Wesleyan Female College. 
ADAMS, JAMES, plumber and gas-fitter, Hughson, bet King and 

King William, h same. 
ADAMS, MISS M. E., principal W^esleyan Female College. 
Adams, Mrs. Margaret, h Maria, bet Catharine and Walnut. 
ADAMS, ROBERT W., barrister at law, James, opp Gore, h s a 

Hunter, bet James and McNab. 

C. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McNab Streets. 

17 



130 HAMILTON CITY 

Adams, Thomas, carpenter, h Kay e s, bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Adams, Thomas, sen., blacksmith, h Ray w s, bet Broadway and Little 

Main. 
Adams, Thomas, h r Walnut, bet Peel and Augusta. 
Addison. Barris, switchman, G. W. R., h Broadway bet Queen and 

Ray. 
Addison^ Mrs. Grace (wid John) h 64 Rebecca. 
Addison, James, carpenter, h cor Wellington and Catharina. 
Addison, Robert, carpenter, h n s Union, bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Addison, Robert, carpenter, bds Rebecca, bet Mary and Nelson. 
Addison, Wm., carpenter, h 30 Wellington s. 

ADKIN, JOHN, prop. Burlington Hotel and Pleasure Gardens, Bur- 
lington Beach, Hamiltcn. 
Ad win, Joseph, moulder, h Martin's Alley, bet Kingand Main. 
Ad win, Joseph, moulder, h. Main bet West Ave. and Cherry. 
^TNA INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, James D. Pringle, agent, 

Wentworth Chambers, cor James and Main. 
Agen, Patrick E,, hostler, Rob Roy Hotel, cor John and Peel. 
Agnew, George, driver, Spring brewery, h e s Bay, bet Mulberry and 

Sheaffe. 
Agnew, William, searcher and packer. Custom House, h same. 
Ahrens, Herman F., h 16 Hughson. 

Aikin, James, laborer, h n s Tyburn, bet Spring and Cherry, 
Aikins, Mrs. Mary, h n s Sheaife, bet Park and Bay. 
Aikins, Robert, scale maker, h s s Stuart, bet James and Hughson, 
Ainslie, James, turnkey at gaol, res. same. 
Ainslie, William, trunk maker, h Walnut, bet Peel and P'Reilly. 
AITCHISON, DAVID, (W. & D, Aitchison) h n s Merrick bet Park 

and Bay, 
Aitchison, James, clerk, bds cor Napier and Caroline. 
AITCHISON, WILLIAM, (W & D. Aitchison), h Caroline cor 

Napier. 
AITCHISON, W; & D. (William and David Aitchison), planing mill 

and box factory. Bond, bet King and Main. 
Albrecht, Ferdinand, machinist^ R. M, Wanzer & Co. 
Aldridge, George, clerk, Holbrook & Stark, bds King e. 
Alexander, George E., jr., clerk. Gore Bank, bds Hughson. 
Alexander, James, carpenter, h Queen, bet Broadway and Little Main. 
ALEXAISDER, JOHN, bookkeeper and manager, G. L, Beardmore, 

h s s Napier, bet Bay and Caroline. 
Alexander, Thomas, coachman, G, J. Forster, 
ALLAN, DAVID, distiller, flou^-and feed dealer, 9 and 11 York, res. 

Guelph. 
Allan, George, (Allan & Co.) h w s Elgin nr Henry. 
Allan, James, street waterer, h w s West ave, bet Wilson and Rebecca, 

Client's Furnisliing Ooocis, at €. FO^»TER'S corner 
King and McWab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 131 

Allan, John, shipping clerk, Gr. J. Forster & Co., bds Merrick. 
Allan, Thomas, lab., h Stuart, bet John and Hughson. 
Allan, Wm., contractor, h concession, bet James and McXab. 
Allan, Wm. (Allan & Co.,) h w s Elgin, bet Henry and Lind. 
ALLAN, & CO., (George Allan, Wm. Allan, and Thomas Smith) car- 
penters and builders, Gore, cor James. 
Allen, Mrs. Agnes, has Ray, bet Little Main and Market. 
Allen, Benjamin, broker, second hand. 116 e King, h same. 
Allen, George, tinsmith, Mary street Foundry, h Mary nr Lind. 
Allen, Henry, boiler maker, h n s Hannah, bet James and Hughson. 
Allen, James, confectioner, h w s Margaret, bet King and Main. 
Allen, Mrs. Jane, h e s Ferguson ave., bet East Market and ilebecca. 
Allen, Mrs. Margaret, (widow 3Iichael,) h n s Hannah, bet James and 

Hnghson. 
Allen, Patrick, lab., h Strachan, bet James and McNab. 
Allen, P. L., buyer, "W. McGiverin & Co , h Upper James. 
Allen, Richard, rope maker, bds James, bet Stinson and Stuart. 
Allen, Thomas, carp., n s Wilson, nr Ferguson ave, h same. 
Allen. William, carp., h e s Ferguson ave, bet East Market and Rebecca. 
Allison, John, lab., h w s Hughson, bet Wilson and Picton. 
Allum, Rev. Charles, German Wes. ^I., h 87 Rebecca. 
Almond, Mrs., h Hessnr Miles. 
AMBRIDGE, THEODORE A., land, insurance and general agent, 

broker, and issuer of Marriage Licenses. Off King, bet James and 

McNab, h Elgin, cor Henry, (see adv't). 
Ambrose, R. S., prof of music, Wes Female Col., h Hughson, cor 

Augusta. 
Ambrose, Walter, salesman, bds Wellington, bet Main and Tyburn. 
AMBROSE, WM., barrister, 16 King e, h w s Hughson cor Murray. 
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO'Y, J. D. Irwin, agent. James opp Gore. 
AMERICAN HOTEL, F. W. Bearman, propr., King cor Charles. 

(see card.) 
Amery, John, F. F., B. A., private school. Temperance Hall, cor McNab 

and King, h cor Pearl and Wentworth. 
AMES, JONATHAN, (L. D. Sawyer & Co.,) bds Victoria Ave., n of 

G. W. R. 
Amor, James, undertaker, h n s Main, bet Charles and McNab. 
Amor, John, agricultural implements, h n s Market, -bet Bay and Park. 
Amor. Joseph, carp., h e s McNab, bet King and Main. 
AMOR, WILLIAM, dealer in produce, h McNab, bet Main and King. 
Amos, James S., locker Custom House, h John bet Barton and Stinson. 
Amos, Joseph, clerk, (.Jas. Turner & Co.,) h Gurney's Block. John. 
Amos, Robert, manager, C. E. Peirce & Co., h ws Bay, nr Concession. 
ANCASTER KNITTING CO'Y., Arch. McKeand, Secietary, 2 

King w« 

Fasbionable Clothing, at C. FOSTER'S, corner Ming 
and McNab Streets. 



132 HAMILTON CITY 

Anderson, Alexander, blacksmith, Hendrie & Co., h e s Ray, bet Little 

Main and York. 
Anderson, Arthur H., travelling agent, h s s Stuart, bet James and 

Hughson. 
Anderson, George, lab., h w s Hughson, bet Murray and Stuart, 
Anderson, Gilbert, lab., h Market nr Bay. 
Anderson, Gilbert, machinist, G. W. R. 
Anderson, Henry, painter, G. W. R. 

Anderson, James, carp, h e s'McNab bet \^ine and Cannon. 
Anderson, James, teamster, M. D. Mackay, h 59 Rebecca. 
Anderson, James, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
Anderson, John, laborer, h e s McNabb, bet Vine and Henry. 
Anderson, John, lab. h Hughson bet Hannah and Wilson. 
Anderson, Mrs. Mary Jane (wid) h n s Canada cor Pearl. 
Anderson, Robert, laborer, bds n s Vine, bet McNab and Park. 
Anderson, Thomas, baker, h s s Market Square. 
Anderson, Thomas, lab. h Hughson bet Hannah and Wilson. 
Anderson, Thomas, carp, bds Ontario Hotel. 
ANDERSON, W. N., manager. Bank of B. N. A. s s King e, opp. 

Gore, h same. 
Anderson, William, pump maker, h Grove bet Liberty and Wellington. 
Anderson, William, boot-crimper, h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 
Anderson, "Vv'illiam, lab. h e s Cathcart bet Wilson and Little Gore. 
ANDERSON, W. J., butcher, City Market, res Barton. 
Andirs, John, cabinet maker, h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah. 
Andrews, Edward, cleaner, G. W. R. h Stinson bet James and Hughson. 
Andrews, Harry C, salesman, Buntin, Gillies & Co., h n s Main bet 

John and Catharine. 
Andrews, John, blacksmith, h Little Main bet Locke and Ray, 
ANDREWS, WALTER A., (Best, Andrews & Co.,) bds Royal Hotel. 
ANGIER, D. L., (E. Barber & Co.) h Township of Barton, eastern 

limits. 
ANGLO-AMERICAN HOTEL, cor. McNab and Market Square, 

Henry McCracken, propr. 
Angus, Andrew, clerk, bds n s Duke bet Bond and Bowery. 
ANGUS JAMES, (J. & J. Angus), h n s Duke bet Bond and Bowery. 
ANGUS JAMES, jr., (J. & J. Angus), h n s Duke bet Bond and 

Bowery. 
Angus, James, hatter, h n s Napier, bet Bay and Caroline. 
Angus, Robert, salesman, D. Mclnnes & Co., St. Lawrence Terrace, h 

e s John bet Barton and Stinson. 
ANGUS, J. & J. (James & James Angus), hats, caps, furs, and straw 

goods. 56 King w. 
ANGUS, JAMES, jr., (J. & J. Angus) hnsDuke bet Bond and 

Bowery. 

€. FOST£R, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McNab i!»treets« 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTOKY. 133 

Angus, James, hatter, h n s Napier, bet Bay and Caroline. 

Angus, Robt., salesman, D. Mclnnes & Co., h St. Lawrence Terrace, 

e s John bet Barton and Stinson. 
ANGUS J. & J., (.James and James Angus), hats, caps, furs and straw 

goods, 56 King w. 
Applegarth, Miss Elizabeth, h Wellington nr Peel. 
Applegate, Thomas, cab-driver, h 90 Hughson n. 
Appleyard, Thomas, stone merchant, h cor Tjbum and Walnut. 
Archibald, Robt., foreman machinist, locomotive shop, h Park. 
Argent, Richard, lab., G.W.R., h n s York, nr Suspension Bridge. 
Arland, Michael, lab., G. W. R., h w s Park, bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Armitage, Wm., second-hand furniture, cor Kang and Caroline, h same. 
ARMSTRONG, CHARLES, shipping agent, and commission merchant, 

Hughson bet Main and King, h Lind bet James and Hughson. 
Armstrong, Ferguson, relieving station master G. W. R., h Lind nr 

James. 
Armstrong, George, clerk at P.O., h King s s bet Pearl and Locke. 
Armstrong, Horatio N., h Market Square. 
Armstrong, Isaac, china, glass and earthenware, 20 York h same. 
Armstrong. James, painter, h Walnut, bet Peel and Augusta. 
ARMSTRONG, JASON, eating house, 13 King William, h same. 
Armstrong, John, propr Nelson Hotel, s s Market Square, and market 

stables, n s Market, bet Park and McNab. 
Armstrong, John, clerk, h n s Lind, bet James and Hughson. 
Armstrong, Mrs. 3Iary Ann, h n s Little Market, bet Ray and Pearl. 
ARMSTRONG, PETER, blacksmith and carriage-maker, h s s King 

east, bet Walnut and Wellington. 
Armstrong, Mrs. Ruth, h e s Ferguson Ave., bet Little G^re and Henry. 
Armstrong, Thomas, lab., h w s McNab, bet Market and Burlington. 
Armstrong, Walter, painter, h s e cor Main and Cherry. 
Armstrong, Walter, jr.., operator (Montreal Telegraph Co.,) h Main, 

bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Armstrong, William, book-keeper (Montreal Telegraph Co.,) h Main, 

bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Arthur, Colin, butcher. City Market, res Barton. 
Arthur, Samuel, h n s Little Gore, bet Elgin and Ferguson Ave. 
ARTHURS, JAMES, prop Ontario House, Merrick, cor Market Square 
ASH, ISADORE, furrier, dyer and dresser, 33 King, h same, (see card) 
ASHBAUGH, FREDERICK A., wholesale and retail grocer, s s 

Market Square, h same. 
Ashbaugh, Mrs. Isabella, h s s Maiden Lane, bet McNab and James. 
Ashbaugh, Roderick L. , attorney at law, off O'Reilly & O'Reilly. 
ASKIN, ALEX. H., assistant engineer, G.W.R., h Duke bet Bold and 

Bowery. 
Aspen, William, porter, Wood & Leggat, h mountain. 

Gent's Furnisliiiig Goods, at C. FOSTER'^ comer 
King and McNab Streets. 



134 HAMILTON CITY 

Atcheson, James, salesman, (W. McGiverin & Co.,) h McNab. 
Atchisou, William H., grocer, s s Napier, bet Caroline and Hess, li same. 
Atherton, "Walter, draughtsman, G.W.R., mech. dept., h Park cor Vine. 
ATKINSON, ISAAC, supt. Ontario Pork Packing Establishment, h 

cor Mary and Henry. 
Atkinson, James, painter, h w s Wellington, bet Wilson, and Little Gore. 
Atkinson, Joseph, painter, w s Wellington; bet Little Gore and Wilson, 

h same. 
Atkinson, Wm., porter (John Garrett & Co.^) bds John. 
Atkinson, Wm., willow basket-maker, 71 King w„ h same. 
Atkinson, Mrs., boys' clothing, 71 King w. 
Atteredge, James, gardener, h s s E. Market, bet Victoria Ave- and 

Emerald. 
ATT WOOD, M. W., watchmaker and jeweller. Royal Hotel Buildings 

James, h n s Main, bet McNab and Charles, (see card.) 
Atz, Matthew, lab., h e s Little William, nr Barton. 
Audette, Isaiah, blacksmith, G.W.R., h e s McNab, bet Murray and 

Concession. 
Audette, Joachim, carp., G. W. E,., h w s Inchbury, bet York and 

Florence. 
Audette. Thomas, moulder, (Jas. Stewart &Co.) h Inchbury, s of York 
Audley, Michael, carpenter, h w s Lock, bet King and Market. 
Auld, William, h e s Hughson, bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Auld, William, carpenter, h McNab bet King and Main. 
AUSSEM, J. H. wholesale manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer 

in French, English and American Confectionery, Florence Block, 

King nr Bay. [See Card.] 
Austin, Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding house, Merrick bet Park and Bay. 
Austin, John, carriage trimmer, J. P. Pronguey, bds Tecumseh House. 
Austin, Joseph, switchman, G. W. R. , h e s Park bet Colborne and 

Concession. 
Austin, Thomas, carpenter, h William nr Barton. 
Avery, Edwin, book-keeper, (Burton & Bruce) h township of Barton. 
Axford, George, butcher, King cor Pearl h same. 
Aymer, Joseph, carpenter, h e s McNab, bet Main and King. 
Aynsley, James J., boot and shoe maker. King E., bet Nelson and 

Walnut, h same. 
Aynsley, Joseph J., boarding house, s s King, bet Walnut and Nelson. 

B 

Babb, James, laborer, h n s Bold bet Caroline and Hess. 
Badge, Wm., laborer, h s s Guise bet Hughson and John. 
Badger, James, shoemaker, h w s Mary bet King and King William. 
Badger, Thos., teamster, h e s Bay bet Maiket and York. 

Fashionable Clothing, at V. FOSTER'S, corner King 
and McXab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 135 

Baghott, Kenneth, salesman, bds Wellington cor Henry. 

Baghott, Capt. Samuel P., h Wellington bet Henry and Little Gore. 

Bagwell, Fred. W., printer, bds Park cor Market. 

BAGWELL, JOHN B., h cor Park and Market. 

Bahnm John, tobacco worker, h King bet West and Victoria Aves. 

Bailey, Henry, porter, h e s Charles bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 

Bailey, James, silk weaver, h Little Main bet Bay and Pearl. 

Bailey, Wm., gardener, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Baillie, John, clerk, 20 King e, h Walnut nr Peel. 

Baillie, Mrs. Robert, h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Bain. Alexander F., confectioner, h w s Margaret bet King and Main. 

Bain, Mrs. Isabella, h Broadway n s bet Queen and Ray. 

Bain, James, machinist, h Little Main bet Pearl and Locke. 

Bain, John, policeman, h e s James bet Barton and Stinson. 

Bain, John, lamplighter, h n s Barton bet Catherine and Mary. 

Bain, Mrs. Margery, h ss Cannon bet Park and Bay. 

Bain, Peter, carpenter, h Queen w s cor Market. 

Bain, Thos., prop Forest Saloon, e s James opp Mulberry. 

BAINE, JOHN W., dealer in British, Canadian and American hard- 
ware, James opp Market, h cor Victoria Ave and Henry. 

Baines, E. R. clerk. Ft Depl. G. W. R., h Bowery bet Duke and Robin- 
son. 

Baker, Elijah, laborer, h Main bet Locke and Margaret, 

Baker, George, porter, h Park e s, cor Vine. 

BAKER, HENRY D., com. traveller, h s s East Market bet Mary 
and Nelson. 

Baker, Hugh, clerk. Gore Bank, h Park bet Merrick and Vine. 

Baker, James, pork and sausage. City Market, h Napier s s, bet Caro- 
line and Hess. 

Baker, John, laborer, h n s Sheaflfe bet Bay and Park. 

Baker, J., laborer, G. W. R. 

Bakeman, Wm., baker, King bet Cathcart and Wellington, h same. 

Balch, Thomas B, employee G. W. R., h Queen bet Little Main and 
Broadway. 

Balch, Wm., machinist, G. W, R., h Bay w s bet Concession and 
Stinson. 

Bale, James, machinist, G. W. R. 

Bale John C, bock-keeper Montreal Telegraph Office, bds cor Ferguson 
Ave and Little Gore. 

Bale, Thomas, teacher, h Ferguson Ave., cor Little Gore. 

Bale, Thomas, mason, h n s Napier, bet Bay and Caroline. 

BALFOUR, PETER, carpenter and builder, cor Market and Bay, h 
cor Main and Caroline. 

BALL, FREDERICK A., agent for Hamilton, and inspector for Ont., 
of the Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co., King bet 

C FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab Streets. 



136 HAMILTON CITY 

James and McNab, h outside eastern limits, (see card.) 
Ball, F. W., discount clerk Bank of Montreal, bds eastern limits. 
Ball, John, carp., bds Maple Leaf Hotel cor John and Tyburn. 
BALLANTINE, R. M., stationei', postage stamps, book and news 

depot, 62 James s of P.O., h upper James, opp Duke. 
Ballentine, Alex., teamster, h es John, bet Augusta and Peel. 
Balmer, John, gardener, hws John, bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Balmer, Stephen, lab., h Little Gore bet Elgin and Ferguson Ave. 
Balmer, Wm. R., clerk G. W. R. 
Balmoral House, T. Meldrum, prop., McNab cor Stuart. 
BAMPFYLDE, CHARLES H., grocer, cor McNab and Mulberry. 
BANCROFT, JAMES, manager Merchants' Bank of Canada, h same. 
Bandaret Henry A., clerk, D. Mclnnes& Co.,h King-William nr Mary. 
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. King s s bet James and 

Hughson, W., N. Anderson, manager. 
BANK OF MONTREAL, King w bet James and McNab, W. J. 

Buchanan, manager. 
Bank of Upper Canada, (old big, James cor Vine.) 
Banks, Mrs. Catharine, h Douglas, s s w of Queen. 
Baptist Chapel, e s McNab, bet Vine and Mulberry. 
Baptiste, Jean, tobacco worker, h Napier bet Hess and Caroline. 
Baptiste, Jean, engine driver, hws Locomotive bet York and Florence. 
Barber, Edward (E. Barber & Co,,) h Tp Barton, e limits. 
Barber, Franklin, book-keeper, E. Barber & Co., h Tp. of Barton. 
Barber, Henry, lab., h n s Peel nr Walnut. 
Barber, William, lab., h 92 Hughson. 
BARBER, E. & CO. (Edward Barber and D. L. Angier,) tobacco 

manufacturers. King e n sbet Cathcart and Wellington. 
Barbour, F. A. H., salesman, bds Tecumseh Hous?e. 
Bardeau, Rev. Father, Local Supt Separate Schools, res Bishops' Palace 
Bardwell, James S., lab., h e s Railway bet Mulberry and Cannon. 
Barker, Daniel, mariner, h e s McNab bet McAuley and Market. 
Barker, Edward, laborer, h McNab cor Burlington. 
Barker, Hiram, painter, (Barker & Lemessurier,) h s s Robinson, bet 

Bowery and Caroline. 
Barker, John, h Little Main, bet Bay and Qiieen. 
Barker Jonathan, fireman, h Little Main, bet Queen and Ray. 
Barker, Robert, painter, G.W.R., h n s King, bet Hess and Queen. 
Barker & Lemessurier, painters, paper hangers, &c., Main n s, bet 

McNab and James. 
Barlow, Daniel C, car department G.W.R., h James e s, nr Lind. 
Barlow, John, lab., G.W.R., h York bet Ray and Pearl. 
BARNARD, HARRY, (P. B. «& H Barnard,) bds Cook's Hotel. 
Barnard, James T., salesman, h ss Maria, bet Walnut and Catherine. 
BARNARD, P. B.,(P. B. & H. Barnard,) bds Cook's Hotel. 

Gent's Furnishing Goods, at €. FOSTER'S, corner 
King and Mc^Wab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 137 

BARNARD, P. B. & H., general dealers in dry goods, 34 King w. 
BARNES, OEO., (Geo. Barnes <& Co.,) res Barton Tp. 
Barnes, Mrs. Matilda, h s s Main bet Cherry and Spring. 
BARNES. GEORGE & CO., books, stationery and paper-hanging, also 

bookbinders, James, cor Market Square. 
Barnett, James, lab., h s s Stuart, bet McXab and James. 
Barr, Miss Eliza, pie-shop, John opp Wood Market. 
Barr, George, engineer, h Pearl cor Little James. 
Barr, George, carp, h West Ave bet E Market and Wilson. 
BARR, JOHN, attorney at law. King cor James, h s s Peel bet Walnut 

and Cherry. 
BARR, JOHN, grocer, w s James bet McAulay and Picton, h same. 
BARR, JOHN, freight agent, G.W.R., h s e cor Murray and Park. 
Barr, Joseph, clerk, gen freight agent's ofFG. W. R., h Hughson nr R. 

R. Bridge. 
Barr, Wilson, clerk, h s s Peel bet Walnut and Catharine. 
Barrack Office, Tyburn bet James and Hughson. 
Barrett, B., car dept G W. R. 

Barrett, Patrick, tinsmith, h w s Catharine bet Lind and Barton. 
Barrett, Robert, carp., h Cherry bet Maria and Catharina. 
Barrows, David T., moulder, h 29 York. 
Barrows, Mrs. David T., fancy goods, 29 York. 
Barry, James, lab, h Catharina bet Cherry and Aurora. 
BARRY, JOHN, attorney at law, off 8 King West, h tp of Barton on 

Mountain. 
Barry, R., car dept G. W. R. 

Bartholomew, James, h n s King Wm. bet Mary and Nelson. 
BARTINDALE, THOS. H, (Egan & Bartindale), bds Royal Hotel. 
Bartlett, Samuel, clerk, bds John cor Rebecca. 

Bartlett, William, quarryman, h King E bet Cathcart and Wellington: 
Bartman, Wm., cutter, Sanford, Mclnnes & Co., h Augusta bet John 

and Catherine. 
Barton House, Wm. Tindill, propr., King e cor Wentworth. 
Barwick, H. C, jr., salesman, D. Mclnnes & Co., h York bet Park &;Bay 
Barkerville, Benjamin, shoemaker, h King William nr Mary. 
Basqnil, Jacob, tobacco worker, h Catharine bet Walnut and John. 
Basquil, Michael, moulder, h Catharine nr Peel. 
Bastedo, Walter, furrier, Henry cor Wellington, h same. 
BASTIEN, H. L., boat-builder, Phelan's boat house, h Picton bet 

Bay and McNab. 
Bastien, Mrs. Helen, h Catharine bet Peel and Augusta. 
Bassett, H. D., machinist, h 86 Hughson, bet Lind and Barton. 
Bateman, Ebenezer W., baker and confectioner. King e, bet Cathcart 

and Wellington. 



C. FOS$T£R, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab Streets. 

18 



138 HAMILTON CITY 

Bateman, Patrick S. , blacksmith, li Charles es bet King and Main. 
Bates, Fred. W. 11. messenger Montreal Telegraph Co., bds Catharina 

bet John and Catharine. 
Bates, James, clerk, freight dept. G. W. R., bds Gore bet John and 

Hup'hson. 
BATES, JAMES, M. D., physician and surgeon, surgery and h n s 

Gore, bet Hughson and John. 
Bates, P. D., fishmonger, city market, h Tp Barton. 
Bates, William, broker and registry office, 118 King e h West Ave. 
Baton, J., machinist, G. W. R, 

Battershill, Mrs. Sarah, h Margaret bet King and Main. 
Battram, Sylvester, shoemaker, h West Ave cor Rebecca. 
BATTY, BENJAMIN, watches', clocks and jewelry, 40 Kingw, h w s 

John bet Gore and Henry. 
Batty, Robert, moulder, h Little James bet Queen and Ray. 
BAUER, HENRY, grape wine minufacturer, s s Main bet James and 

Hughson. 
BAUER, LEOPOLD, prop Ontario brewery, Catharine n Base, h same. 
Buucrh, Mrs , h O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
BAUTZ, GEORGE, (Brown & Bautz,) h ss Robinson bet James and 

McNab. 
Bawdon, Aaron, brickraaker, h Canada cor Garth. 
Baxter, William R., tailor, h Victoria Ave., nr Barton. 
Baxter, William, mariner, h e s Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 
Bayne, Peter, carp , G. W. R., h Queen bet iMarket and Broadway. 
Beakey, Magnus, lab., G.^V.R., h n s Wood bet John and Hughson. 
Beard, Isaiah, mason, h n s Murray bet Hughson and John. 
Beard, R.. clerk G.W,R., h Concession bet Park and Bay. 
BEARDMOKE, GEORGE L., wholesale and retail dealer in hides, 

leather and findings, King bet James and i\IcNab, h Toronto, Ont. 
BEARMAN, FREDERICK W., propr American Hotel, King cor 

Charles, [see adv't.J 
BEARMAN, THOS. B., dealer in liquors and cigars. King cor Charles. 
Beasley, Mrs. Henry, h Queen cor Main. 
Beasley, Joseph Wm., baker, h n s Mulberry nr James. 
BEASLEY, RICHARD S., Winona pork and meat store, s s York, 

bet Bay and Caroline. 
BEASLEY, THOMAS, City Clerk, Office City Hall, h George s s bet 

Queen and Ray. 
Beattie, Alexander, lab., bds McNab bet King and Main. 
Beattie, Robert, messenger, Can. Lilc Ass. Co., h Co's Building^' 
Beatty, Alexander, lab., h Cherry bet Main and Tyburn. 
Beatty Charles, clerk, h John e s cor Main. 
Beatty, Oliver, grocer, e s James cor Wilson. 
Be'itty, Robert, mcmlder, h Queen bet Market and York. 

Fasliioiiable Clothing, at C. FOSTEK'S, corner liing 
and MciVab i!itreets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 139 

Beatty, Robert, custom house broker, off custom house, h McNab bet 
Wilson and Simcoe. 

BEATTY, THOMAS, propr British Hotel, s e cor John and Main. 

Beatty, William, surveyor of customs, h w s McNab, bet Simcos and 
Wilson. 

Beaufour, John, carp., G.W. R., h Bay w s, opp Colborne. 

Beaver, Thomas, lab., h Wood nr Hughson. 

Beck, George, Crystal Palace Brewery, King cor Margaret. 

Beck, Philip, tobacco worker, King nr New. 

Beck, Samuel, machinist, bds King bet Wellington and Walnut. 

Beckett. Charles, prof, of music, h s s Henry bet Hughson and James. 

BECKETT, FREDERICK G., (F. G. Beckett & Co..) h Park bet 
Concession and Colborne. ,♦ 

BECKETT, HENRY, Sen., (F. G. Beckett & Co.) h Bay cor Simcoe. 

BECKETT, HENRY, Jun., (F. G Beckett & Co.) h Bay cor Simcoe. 

Beckett, Samuel A., engineer, h Park w, s. bet Colborne and Conces- 
sion. 

Beckett. Wm.. fruits and confectionery. 64 James, h same. 

BECKETT, F. G. & Co., (Frederick G. Beckett, Henry Beckett, sen. . 
and Henry Beckett, jun,, manufacturers of loccmotive, marine, 
portable and stationary steam engines, boilers, machinists' too1s,&c., 
Simcoe bet James and McNab. (see illustration.; 

Beeby, Mrs. Elizabeth, h s s King nr Locke. 

Beeds, George, waiter, Royal Hotel. 

Beemer, Mrs. Mary A., h ws Wellington n of E ]\Iarket. 

Beemer, Joseph, cabinet maker, h w s Wellington bet Rebecca and E. 
Market. 

Beer, Francis, butcher, King e of Walnut, h same. 

Beer. John, baker, e s James nr Lind, h same. 

Begg, Jas., carp, h Broadway n s, bet Ray and Pearl. 

Begg,Wm., carp., G.W. R. 

Beglay, Mrs. Harriet, dressmaker, h Park w s bet ^'ine and Cannon. 

Belau, Anthony, tailor, h n s King V/illiara. bet Mary and Nelson. 

Belford, Joseph, tobaceo worker, h Cathcart cor Little Gore. 

Belford, Mrs. Winifred, h Cathcart cor Little Gore. 

Bell, Adam, tailor, C. Foster, h Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

Bell, Henry, lab., Markland bet McNab and James. 

BELL, JOHN, proprietor Burlington Brewery, Catherine cor Tyburn, 
h game. 

Bell, John, cashier, Young, Law & Co., h s s Cannon bet James and 
McNab. 

Bell, John, lab., h Catherine, bet Auausta and Catharina. 

Bell, Miss Parmelia, private school. Walnut bet 3Iain and Tyburn. 

Bell, Thomas S., assistant enijineer, G.W.R. ,h Maria cor. Huizhsoc. 

BELL, WJL, (Spohn & Bell) h Hugh.-on nr Gore. 

Gent^s Farnisking Ciooci*;:, at €. FO!§T£R'^. corner 
King aud AlclVab Streets. 



140 HAMILTON CITY 

BELL, JOHN & CO., proprs Burlingtoa Brewery, cor Catharine and 

Tyburn, (see card. ) 
Bellhouse, Mrs., select school, James. 
Bellhouse William, car department G. W. R. 
BELLING, B. M., with James Belling, h w s Cathcart nr Wilson. 
BELLING, JAMES, wholesale manufacturing jeweller, James bet 

King and Main, h w s Cathcart bet Wilson and Little Gore. (See 

advertisement. 
Belnap, Noah M., proprietor of Temperance Hotel, John bet King 

William and Rebecca, 
Belz, Lawrence, cutter, h w s Catherine, bet Main and Tjburn. 
BENNER RICHARD, commission merchant and insurance agent, 

Wentworth Chambers, James cor Main, h John bet Gore and Re- 
becca [See card.] 
Bennett, Mrs. P. J., h Walnnt cor Peel. 
Bennett, Samuel, turner, h Union s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Bennett, Samuel, turner, h Union s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Bennett, Wm., lab., h Ray bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Bennetto, Mrs. P., h w s Caroline, bet Napier and York. 
Bennetto, John, night watchman, h Cathcart bet Little Gore and Henry 
Benton, Mrs., h Catherine bet Cherry and Aurora. 
Bergmann, Frederick, h e s Park cor Merrick. 
Bergmann, Mrs. Frederick, dressmaker, e s Park cor Merrick. 
BerlinghofF, Jacob, lab h Stuart bet James and Hughson. 
Bernard, Isaac, tanner, h Cherry bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Berry, H., watchman, G. W. R. 

Berry, John, ice dealer, h w s John nr City Hospital. 
Berry, William, laborer, h West Ave cor Robert, 
Berryman, Mrs. Louisa, h McNab bet Mulberry and ?durray. 
Best, James, lab h Oak bet John and Catharine. 
BEST, THOMAS N., [Best, Andrews & Co.] h Market bet Bay and 

Caroline. 
BEST, ANDREWS & CO,, [Thos. N. Best and Walter A. Andrews. 

auctioneers and commission merchants. King cor John. [See adv. 
Bestphaim, T. fitter, G. W. R. 

Betcone William, clerk, h Little Main n s between Queen and Ray. 
Bethel Church, n s Guise between Hughson and John. 
Bethune, Edward, baker, h w s Catharine bet Henry and Gore. 
Bethune, G. S. C, clerk, G. J. Forster & Co., bds Main bds Main bet 

James and McNab. 
Bettles, Thomas, engine driver, h Victoria Ave. 
Beveredge, Charles, carp h cor Little Market and Broad. 
Beveridge, James, shoemaker, 46 tTohn h King Wm., bet Mary and 

Ferguson Ave. 
BEVIP]R DENNIS, Ontario livery stables, 77 King w h same.[see card] 

C. FOSTEK, Merchant Tailor, corner liing and 
McXab SStreels. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 141 

Bible, Robert, dealer in coal, Main cor Charles, h Bay bet Main and 

Wentworth. 
Bickle, Wm. J., bds T. Bickle. 
BICKLE, TRISTRAM, [T. Bickle & Son.j h cor Caroline and 

Maiden Lane. 
BICKLE, JOHN W. [T. Bickle & Son.] h cor Caroline and Maiden 

Lane. 
BICKLE, T. & SON, [T. Bickle and John W. Bickle,] wholesale and 

retail druggists, 6 King East, medical hall, [see card] 
Bickley, Francis P., commercial traveller, h w s Bowery bet Duke and 

Robinson. 
BIGELOW, ALBERT, china, glass and earthenware, Hughscn bet 

Main and Tyburn, h James nr Herkimer. 
Bigley. Andrew, freight detective, G. W. R. h e s Hughson bet Wilson 

and Hannah. 
Billiard Parlor, 8 King west. 

Billinghoff, Jacob, lab., h s s Stuart bet James and Hughson. 
Billington, John, boot and shoe maker, n s Merrick bet Park and Bay. 
BILLINGS, W. L., M. D, physician and surgeon, James nr cor Henry 

h same. 
Billings, John, [Tuckettand Billings,] h York s s bet Park and Bay. 
Billings, John, baker, bds cor Cannon and McNab. 
BILLINGS & WHITE, [Wm. L. Billings and Thos. White.] physi- 
cians, surgeons etc., Henry cor James. 
BILTON, H. W., manufacturer of soda water, ginger ale, sarsapariila 

and lemon pop, Market nr McNab, h same (See card. ) 
Bilton, Thomas, shoemaker, h Napier s s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Bilton, William W., foreman, H. W. Bilton, h Market s s cor Park. 
Bingham, A.,tin, copper and sheet iron ware, dealer in stoves etc., McNab 

bet King and Market, h Main, bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Bingham, George, printer, h Main s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Bingham, John, teamster, Spring brewery, h Bay, cor jMulberry. 
Bingham, .John, tobacco worker, h King nr West Ave. 
Bingham, John, laborer, h Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Bingham, Mathew, messenger, bds Main bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Binnington, Robert, switchman, G. W- R. h e s John bet Oak and R 

R. Bridge. 
BINNY, ANDREW, (Buchanan & Co) h Victoria Terrace, King- 
Bird; Charles, laborer, h East Market nr Wellington- 
Birely, Lewis D., h cor Charles and Hunter. 

Birely Lewis D-,junr., [Birely & Co] grain, storage and shipping mer- 
chant, Brock nr Bay, off James, nr Peel, h cor King east and 

Victoria Ave. 
Birely & Co.. Ontario vinegar works, James bet Peel and Augusta. 
BIRGE, CHARLES A. (C. A. and M. B. Birge,) bd s Royal Hotel. 

Fashionable Clothing, at V. FOSTER'S^, corner King 
and McJ^ab [Streets. 



142 HAMILTON CITY 

BIRGE, MORTON B. (C. A. and M. B. Birge,) bds Royal Hotel. 

BIRGE, C. A. & M. B., manufacturers of cigars, and dealers in leaf 
tobacco, 48 James, [see card'] 

Birkett, William, salesman, h James, bet Peel and Bold. 

Birrell, Michael, baker, h Walnut bet Pearl and O'Reilly. 

Birss, John, clerk Custom House,h w s Park bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Bisby, Geo. H. (Long & Bisby,) h Park bet ^lerrick and Vine. 

Bishop, James B., tinsmith. King William e of Hughson h same^ 

BLACHFORD, JOHN, undertaker, h McNab bet King and Main, 

Black, Mrs. Alison, h n s King William bet John and Catharine. 

Black, Charles, traveler McGivern & Co., h Colborne bet Park and Bay. 

BLACK, Li ANIEL, prop Ciub-House, es James, opp old Bank of 
Upper Canada, h same. 

BLACK, GEORGE, manager Montreal Telegraph Office, James, opp 
Gore, h Murray bet James and McNab. 

Black, James, Custom House broker, h n s Henry, nr John. 

Black. James C. salesman, h Colborne s s bet Park and Bay. 

Black, John, brushmaker, h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Black, Wm., turner, G. W. R. 

Black, Wm. G. machinist, h Colborne s s bet Park and Bay. 

Blackburn, John, lumber inspector, G. W. R., h e s Park bet Merrick 
and Vine. 

Blackman, Charles, porter, h Locke bet Little Market and York. 

BLAICHER, PETER C, chemist and druggist, e s John, s of Peel 
h same. 

Blair, James, telegraph operator, h York bet Caroline and Hess. 

Blair, Robert, mason, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

Blair, Robert, carp., h Cathcart, n of Wilson. 

Blair, Samuel, boiler maker's assistant, G. W. Pt , h Pearl bet Little 
Market and York. 

Blair, William, market gardener, h Wentworth cor Main. 

Blair, William, hb., h Cathcart nr Little Gore. 

Biair, William, telegraph operator, h York bet Caroline and Hess. 

Blake, John, lab., h Concession bet James and McNab. 

Blake, Patrick, [Blake & ]McAuley] h Concession bet James and Mc- 
Nab. 

Blake, William, butcher, City Market, h T'p Barton. 

BLAKE & M'CAULBY, [P. Blake & F. M'Cauley], grocers and pro- 
vision dealers, n w cor Pearl and Cherry. 

Blarney, Robert, bookbinder, h 3Iain bet Bond and Bowery. 

BLANDi^ORD, HENRY, carver and gilder, 59 James n, h Tyburn bet 
John and Catherine. 

Blaney, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Bold bet Caroline and Hess. 

Blattner, Jacob, marble worker, h n s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 

Blevins, William, lab., h Ray nr Little Main. 

Gent's FuriiL«iliiiig Ccoods, at C. FOSTER'S corner 
Ming and McNab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY, 143 

Bliss, Horace C, dealer in patent medicines, w s Wellington bet Henry 

and Little Gore. 
Bloom, Henry, waiter. G. W. E,. dining rooms. 
Bloomer, Andrew, laborer, h Hannah bet John and Hughson. 
Bloomer, James, laborer, h Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Blotter, Jacob, marble cutter, h iMulberry bet James andMoNab. 
Bloomer, James, car department G. W. 11. 
BLOUNT, DAVID, passenger conductor, G. W. E. 
Blount, James, h Park, n e cor Concession. 
BLOUNT, JAMES, Jr., passenger conductor G. W. 11. 
Blount, John H., clerk accountant's office, G. W. R. h cor Park and 

Concession. 
Blows, Isaac, lab., h w s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
Blum, Christopher, sausage maker, 80 King w, h same. 
Blumenthal, Isaac, pedlar, h Catherine nr Peel. 
Blythe, James, machinist, h Rebecca, bet Mary and Ferguson Ave. 
Blythe, Thomas A . surveyor, s s Bold bet James and McNab. 
BOARD OF TRADE, Rooms King east. 
Boase, Mrs. Jane, groceries, cor Caroline and Napier. 
BOGART, DONALD A., resident dentist, otnce 16 Rebecca cor 

Hughson, h 26 Hughson, cor Rebecca. 
Bohnsar, John, tailor, h Cherry bet Main and Tyburn. 
BOICE DANIEL R., United States Consul, off G. W. R. station, bds 

James opp Duke. 
Boice, James J. L., salesman, bds John bet Rebec -aand Gore. 
Bbice, W., [Wm. Boice & Co.] h e s John bet Rebecca and Gore. 
BOICE, Vv M. & CO., importers of fancy goods and small wares, 3 

King east. 
Bolding, Robert, waiter, Royal Hotel. 

Bolhagen, John C, lab., h Ray e s bet Broadway and E. Market. 
Bolhagen, Charles, lab., h Robinson n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Bolingbroke, Charles, furniture 90 King w, h same. 
Bolton, Charles, carpenter, G. W. R., h cor Ray and Wentworth- 
Bolton, Thomas, laborer, G- W. R. h Pearl e s, bet King and Broadway. 
Bond James, butcher, 48 and 49 City Market, h Tp Barton. 
Bond, Silas, butcher, 18 and 23, Market shambles, h T'p of Barton. 
Booker, John, f hippins clerk, Jas- and A. Turner, h Wilson nr Stephen. 
BOOKER, WM. D., Treasand Secy Victoria Mutual Fire Insurance 

Company, cor James and Main, h Vine bet Park and McNab. (See 

advertisement.) 
Boos, John, soda water pedlar, )i East Market nr Nelson. 
Boreham, Benjamin, teamster, Hughson opp wood market. 
Boucher, P., employee G. W. R. 
Bouiin, Captain John^ mariner, h w s John nr Union. 
Bowden, Aaron, hrickmaker, Canada nr Garth, h same. 

Gent's Furuislaiug Good.s, at €. FOSTEB'fei corner 
King and McNab Streets. 



144 HAMILTON CITY 

Bowden, James, tobacoo-worker, h Hunter, s s bet McNab and James. 
Bowden, Philip, laborer, h e s Bay bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 
Bowe, Mrs. Bridget, hw s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Bowen, Elijah, mariner, h Hughson nr Stuart. 
Bowen, John, shoemaker, bds Railway hotel. 
Bowers, Jonathan, pork store, York bet Park and Bay, h same. 
BOWMAN, JOHN J. (Bowman & Howe) res Dundas Road. 
BOWMAN & HOWE, (John J. Bowman and J. B. Howe) dealers in 

the celebrated Wanzer's prize sewing machines, opp Mechanics' 

Hall, James. 
Bowron, Addison, tinsmith, h Wellington bet Wilson and E. Market. 
Bowron, vVra. Addison, tinsmith, bds Wellington nr Wilson, 
Bowstead, Wm., machinist, h w s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
Bowyer, Chas. Wm., porter, h Myles bet Carolioe and Hess» 
Box, John, waiter, Tecumseh House. 
Box, John, lab., h s s Henry bet John and Catherine. 
Boyd, David, cooper, rear of 10 John n, h Ferguson Ave., near Wilson. 
Boyd, Edward F., painter, h Ferguson Ave, bet Little Gore and Henry. 
Boyd, Mrs. Margaret, h Ferguson Ave, bet Little Gore and Henry. 
BOYD, THOMAS, groceries and provisions, cor King William & John. 
Boyle, Mrs. John, h 70 Hughson. 

Boyle, John, pensioner, bds King e bet Nelson and Walnut. 
Boyle, Mrs Johanna, h York bet Inchbury and Davenport. 
Bradley, Allen, clerk, G. W. R., h Queen bet Main and Maiden Lane. 
Bradley, Mrs. Caroline, h William bet Barton and South. 
Bradley, John, carpenter, h Park bet Market and James. 
Bradley, Henry, laborer, h Broadway, bet Pearl and Lock, 
Bradley, William, laborer, G. W. R. , h Pearl nr York. 
Bradshaw, Mrs. Mary, h Margaret bet King and Main. 
BRADSHAW, JAMES, groceries and liquors, James opp Market h 

same. 
Bradt, Jacob, clerk, h Tp Barton. 

Brady, Patrick, laborer, h O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Brady, Patrick, engineer, bds s s Lind bet Catherine and Mary. 
Brand, George, carter, h Tyburn nr John. 
Brand Edward, teamster, h Little Main bet Pearl and Ray. 
Brandon, John, lab., h w s Ferguson Ave nr East Market. 
Brandum, B. B., barber, 54 John, h same. 
Branton, George; lab., h Catherine cor Cherry 

Brass, Mrs. Margaret [wid Peter] h s s Napier bet Bay and Caroline. 
Brass, Peter, carp*, cor Bowery and Hunter, h same. 
Bray, Miss Isabella, teacher of music, Wesleyan Female College. 
BRAYLEY. JAMES, saddlery, hardware, and machinists' blacksmith, 

h and shop mountain, Tp Barton. 
Brazenor, E. L., horte collar maker, 120 King e, h same. 

C. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
MclKab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 145 

Breaden, Edgar R., h Victoria Ave above Duke. 

Breen, John, cigar maker, bds Walnut bet Peel and Augusta. 

Breen, Mrs. Mary, h r Walnut bet Peel and Augusta. 

Brennan, Edward, tinsmith, Gr. W. R. 

Brennan, F. A., book-binder, bds American Hotel. 

Brennan, John, jun., carpenter, Gr. W. R., h s s Stuart bet James and 

Hughson. 
Brennan, William, carriage builder, G-.W.R. 

Brennan, John, coppersmith, h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Union. 
Brennan, John, carp., h 106 Hughson. 
Brennan, John, porter, John A. Bruce & Co. 
Brennan, Thomas, cigar maker, h Maria nr Catharine. 
Brennen, Michael, sash, doors and blinds, King William r of 10 John n, 

h bet John and Catherine, 
Brenton, Samuel M,, blacksmith, h Bay bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Breternitz, Julias, tailor, h s s King nr Locke. 
Brethour, Joshua, salesman, h King nr Walnut. 
Brewer, Benjamin, lab., George Grayson. 
Brick, John, plasterer, h s s Tyburn, bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Brick, Robert, machinist, h 81 Tyburn. 
Brick, Mrs. Sarah, h n s Peel nr Cherry. 
Brick, Thomas, broom maker, bds Peel bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Brick, Thomas, lab., h n s York, Burlington Heights. 
BRIDGMAN, REV. GEO. H., M. A., method'ist, h s s Maiden Lane 

cor Caroline. 
Bridgewood, George, carriage and waggon maker, Tyburn bet John and 

Hughson, h same. 
Brien, John, cigar maker, h Walnuti 
Brien. Patrick, lab., h e s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
BRIERLEY, RICHARD, [Lyman, Moore & Brierley,] h Vine bet 

Park and Bay. 
Briers, Thomas, painter, e s Catharine bet Gore and Henry, h same. 
Briggs Charles M., [Briggs & Sons.] 
Briggs' Frank W., [Briggs & Sons.] 
Briggs| G. C, [Briggs & Sons.] h cor King and Bowery. 
Briggs, John, salesman, bds James nr Cannon. 
BRIGGS & SONS, [G. C. Briggs, C. M. & F. W. Briggs,] wholesale 

dealers in patent medicines, King William nr James. 
BRITISH AMERICAN MARINE INSURANCE CO., A- F. Forbes, 

Agent, King William cor James. 
BRITISH HOTEL, Thomas Beatty, prop., s e cor Main and John. 
Britt, Edward, shoemaker, York s s bet Bay and Caroline, h same. 
Britt, William, shoemaker, w s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 
Britton, Mrs- Mary Jane, h Little James bet Little Peel and Pearl. 

C. FO!ST£R, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McNab Streets. 

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146 HAMILTON CITY 

BrittoD, Charles, carp-, bds Little James bet Little Peel and Pearl. 
Britton, Robert, machinist, G.W.R., h Little James nr Pearl. 
Broadfield, George, salesman, h w s John bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Brock, William, cabinet-maker G.W. R. 

Brocksmidt, Henry, cigar maker, h Broadway bet Pearl and Lock. 
Brody. John H., traveller, Buchanan & Co., bds James bet Main and 

Peel. 
Bronson, George, bar -keeper, Royal Hotel. 
BRONSON, S., propr Royal Hotel, James cor Merrick. 
Brooke, Ehomas, lab., e s James bet Tybnrn and Peel. 
Brookes, Charles, grocer, s s York bet Caroline and Hess, h same. 
Brooks, L. H., (Hamilton Glass Works,) h Hughson cor Wood. 
Brooks, Mrs, Mary, dress maker, h Walnut bet King and Main. 
Brooks, William, lab., b s s Catharina bet John and Catharine. 
Brotchie, James, tinsmith, h Park e s bet Colborne and Concession. 
BROWN, ADAM, (Brown, GiUespie & Co.,) res Bowbrook Lodge, 

Hannah. 
Brown, Andrew, conveyancer, h East Market bet Mary and Nelson. 
Brown, Charles W., book- keeper, J. Eastwood & Co. 
Brown, Mrs. Christina, h w s Ray bet Canada and William. 
Brown, David, carp., h s s Murray bet James and Hughson. 
Brown, Edward, tobacco worker, h n s George bet Pearl and Lock. 
Brown, Francis, lab., h West Ave e s bet Henry and Robert. 
Brown. George, salesman, b w s Park cor Cannon. 
Brown, George, jr., clerk, Geo. S, Papps, bds Park cor Cannon. 
Blown, George, lab., h Railway nr Concession. 
Brown, J., brass finisher, h Park w s bes Vine and Cannon. 
BROWN, JAMES, tanner and currier, East Ave bet King and East 

Market, h same. 
Brown, James, finisher, G.W. R., h Railway bet York and Concession. 
Brown, J ames, carp., h Grove bet Wellington and Liberty. 
Brown, James, lab., h n s Wentworth bet Lock and Margaret. 
Brown, Mrs. Jessie, h Hughson bet Wilson and Hannah. 
BROWN, JOHN, (Kerr, Brown & McKenzie,) res Highfield. 
Brown, John, lab., h East Bay nr John. 
Brown, John, carp,, h s s William bet Ray and Pearl. 
Brown. John, lab., h n s Cannon bet McNab and James. 
Brown, John, machinist, bds King William bet John and Catharine. 
Brown, Joseph, willow maker, h e s Catharine bet Barton and Stinson 
Brown, Joseph, laborer, h w s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 
Brown, Joseph A., carpenter, h Park w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Brown, Michael W., accountant, h Tp. Barton. 
Brown, Mrs. Maiy C., h cor Tyburn and Cherry. 
Brown, Robert, finisher, G. W. R. 
Brown, Robert J., laborer, h Hess n of York. 

Fashionable Clothing, at €. FOi^TFR'iS, corner King 
and McNab iStreets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 147 

BROWN, WM., (W. Brown & Co., and Brown & Bautz), h w s 

Bowery bet Bold and Duke. 
Brown, William, baker, h n s East Market nr Cathcart. 
Brown, Mrs. Winifred, washer, h George bet Pearl and Lock. 
BKOWN & BAUTZ, (W. Brown & George Bautz,) lithographers, 

engravers and printers, cor James and King William, up stairs. 

(see card.) 
BROWN, GILLESPIE, & CO., (Adam Brown, George H. Gillespie 

& Henry W. Routh,) wholesale grocers and general merchants. 

(See advertisement.) 
BROWN, W. & CO., book-sellers, stationers and account book 

manufacturers, 46 James north, (see card-] 
BROWNE, EDW., wharfinger, forwarder and agent Royal Mail Line 

of Steamers, Browne's wharf, foot of McNab, h Upper John. 
Browne, Edw., clerk, bds n e cor King and Lock. 
Bruce, Miss Agnes, h Main bet Ray and Pearl. 
BRUCE, ALEXANDER, M. A., (Burton & Bruce), h w s John bet 

Maria and Catharina. 
BRUCE, FRANCIS C, (John A. Bruce & Co.,) h n s Cannon bet 

McNab and Park. 
Bruce, Miss F. N., h s s Main bet Ray and Pearl. 
BRUCE, JOHN MILNE, (Martin & Bruce,) h s s Peel bet James 

and Hughson. 
BRUCE, JOHN A., (John A. Bruce & Co.), h n s Cannon bet McNab 

and Park. 
BRUCE, MAGNUS, merchant tailor, 7 James north, h Argo. (See 

advertisement.) 
Bruce, Miss Margaret, h Main bet Ray and Pearl. 
BRUCE WILLIAM, Commercial Academy and Patent Agency, 16 

King e, h Mountain. (See advertisement.) 
BRUCE, JOHN A. & CO., (John A. Bruce & F. C. Bruce,) seedsmen 

and nurserymen, 52 King west. 
Brugge. James, cabinet maker, h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Brundle, James W., tinsmith, h 92 King w. 
Bryan, Mrs., h s s York bet Queen and Ray. 
Bryan, Thomas, Customs Office, h s s York bet Queen and Ray. 
Bryan, Wm. J., salesman, h w s Catharine bet Gore and Rebecca. 
Brydges, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Broadway, near Ray. 
BUCHAN, J. M., M. A., head master of grammar school, h n s Main 

bet Queen and Ray. 
Buchan, Mrs. Mary Ann, h n s King bet Hess and Queen. 
BUCHANAN, HON. ISAAC, (Buchanan & Co.), Auchmar House, 

Claremont Park. 
Buchanan, Mrs. Jane, h Stuart bet John and Hughson. 
Buchanan. John, shoemaker, h Cherry bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Oent's Furnishing Goods, at C. FOST£K'l^ corner 
King and McNab IStreets. 



148 HAMILTON CITY 

BUCHANAN, JOSHUA G., local editor Spectator bds Merrick bet 

Park and Bay. 
BUCHANAN, PETER T., (Buchanan & Co.,) Auchmar House, Clare- 

mont Park, 
Buchanan, Samuel, "h Stuart bet Hughson and John. 
BUCHANAN, WENT WORTH J, manager Bank of Montreal, h 2 

Burlington Terrace, Herkimer. 
BUCHANAN & CO., (Hon. Isaac Buchanan, Andrew Binny and 

Peter T. Buchanan), importers and wholesale grocers. King cor 

Catharine, (see adv.) 
Buck, John, laborer, h w s Mary nr Rebecca. 
Buck, Nicholas, tailor, h n s Cannon bet McNab and Park. 
Buckingham, William, butcher, 6 Market shed, h Mountain. 
Buckingham, Wm., jr., butcher, 1 Market shed, h Mountain. 
Buckley. Denis, laborer, h w s John bet Barton and Lynd. 
Budge, Peter, mason, h w s Bay bet Cannon ond Mulberry. 
Buglass, David^ shoemaker, h w s Bay s of Cannon. 
Bulger, Patrick, driver, H. W. Bilton. 
BULL, HON., HARCOURT, B., h w s Hughson bet Main and 

Tyburn, 
Bunn, Thomas, laborer, h n s Maria bet Cherry and Walnut. 
BUNTIN, ALEXANDER, (Buntin, Gillies & Co.), res Montreal. 
BUNTIN, GILLIES & CO. (Alex. Buntin, David Gillies), wholesale 

stationers, paper and envelope manufacturers, 23 King east. (See 

advertisement.) 
Burdett, Joseph, brush manufacturer, 35 King w, h same. 
Burgess, Charles, laborer, h s s King nr Grath, 
Burgess, George, shoemaker, h Tyburn bet Catharine and Walnut. 
Burgess, John, musician, h Hughson bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Burgess, Wm., machinist, h concession bet Park and Bay. 
Burke, B., car department G. W. R. 

Burke, Michael, laborer, h n s Picton bet James and McNab. 
Burke, M., car department G. W. R. 

Burke, Patrick, mariner, h w s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
Burkholder, Courtlandt, bookkeeper, h Wentworth nr Barton. 
BURKHOLDER, HARRY, [John H. Davis & Co.] h Wentworth 

nr King. 
Burkholder, John Y., clerk, Victoria Mutual Fire Insurance Co., bds 

Wentworth e s opp Henry. 
Burkholder, Michael, h Wentworth bet Henry and Barton. 
BURLINGTON HOTEL AND PLEASURE GARDENS, John 

Adkin, prop. Burlington Beach. 
Burmaster, A. F. coach painter, h Elgin bet Barton and Robert. 
BURNET, REV. RROERT, Ch. of Scotland, h s s Herkimer bet 

McNab and Bond. 

€. FOSTER, Mercliant Tailor, corner King and 
Mc]Vab SStreets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 149 

Burnett, Isaac, laborer, h Cherry bet Peel and Catharina. 

Burns, Adam, h Wellington bet Main and Tyburn. 

Burns, Alexander, harness maker, h King, Florence Block. 

Burns, Andrew, messenger P. 0., h York. 

Burns, Henry, barber and hairdresser, 24 York h same. 

Burns, James, tailor, h Vine cor McNab. 

Burns, James, laborer, h s s Catharina bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Burns, John, carpenter, h Catharine bet Augusta and Peel. 

Burns, Joseph, laborer, h w of Crystal Palace. 

Burns, Lawrence T. blacksmith, h King bet McNab and Bond. 

Burns, Mr. Margaret, (wid John,) h McNab cor Vine. 

Burns, Patrick, laborer, h Mary cor Barton. 

Burns, Patrick, moulder, h e s Hughson bet Warren and Wood. 

BURNS, ROBERT, head clerk, car distribution and mileage office 
G. W. R., h w s Catharine bet Henry and Lind. 

Burns, Samuel, potter, h n s Main bet Poulet and Garth; 

Burns, Stephen, moulder, h Catharina bet Catharine and Walut. 

Burns, Thomas, laborer, h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 

Burns, Thos-, clerk, P- 0. h e s Hughson cor Barton. 

Burns, Timothy, carpenter, h w s West Ave nr Henry. 

Burns, Wm., tailor, h e s Wellington bet Wilson and East Market. 

Burrage, James, shoemaker, h cor Ferguson Ave nr Henry. 

Burrock, Mrs. Margaret, h s s Canada bet Lock and Poulet. 

Burrow, Wm. [Burrow & Stewart,] bds American Hotel. 

Burrow &Stewart,[|Wm Burrow and Charles Stewart,] manufacturers 
of malleable and grey iron, e s Caroline bet Miles and York. 

Burrows, Charles, [ Burrows & Bro. J h w s Cathcart bet King and 
E Market. 

Burrows, John, carpenter, h Stinson bet James and Hughson. 

Burrows, Michael C. stove moulder, h Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 

Burrows, Thomas, [Burrows & Bro-"] h Cathcart nr King. 

BURROWS, & BRO. [ Thomas 'and Charles Burrows,] auc- 
tioneers and commission merchants, n s Merrick bet James and 
McNab. 

Burt, James, moulder, h West Ave cor East Market. 

Burt, John R. moulder, n s East Market bet Mary and Nelson. 

Burt, Sergt. Major Robt., foreman military store dept. h Little Main nr 
Lock. 

BURTON, GEO. WM.,Q.C. [Burton & Bruce,] h Victoria Ter- 
race e King. 

BURTON JOHN, secretary to general managerG. W. R., h Maple 
Terrace Barton bet James and Hughson. 

BURTON & BRUCE, (Geo. Wm. Burton, Q. C-, and Alex. Bruce, 
M. A.-) barristers, Canada Life Assurance Bigs- James 

Buscombe, Samuel, shoe maker, h Peel cor Cherry. 

Fasbionable Clothing, at V. FOI^TEK'S^, corner King 
and McXab Streets. 



150 HAMILTON CITY 

Bushy Joseph, baker, I. C- Chilman 

Buskard, Edward, carriage maker, h York bet Park and Bay, 
Buskard, Robert, cariage maker, h n s Hunter bet Bowery and Caroline- 
Buskard, William, painter, h s s Union bet John and Hughson- 
Butcher, Robert, carp., h s s Wilson cor Cathcart. 
Butler, Daniel R., carp-, h Hannah bet James and Hughson. 
Butlen Patrick, teamster, h Bold bet Caroline and Hess. 
Butler' Thomas, blacksmith, h Bold bet Caroline a&d Hess. 
Buttleworth, Mrs- (wid Capt Edmund,) h Mary bet Rebecca and Henry 
Byrne, Mark, mechanic, h w s John bet Wilson and Hannah. 
Byron, James, carp., bds Anglo-American Hotel- 
Byron, Thomas, lab., h George cor Wellington- 



Caddy, E. Francis, clerk, accountant's off G- W. E,-, bds n s Main bet 

McNab and Charles; 
Caddy, Capt- J- H., artist, h n s Main bet Charles and McMab- 
Caddy, J- St- V-, P. L- S., Wentworth Chambers, and draughtsman, 

Engineer dept G- W- R-, hMain. 
Caddy, Ralph H., student at law, h n s Main bet Charles and McNab. 
Cadwell, John, fitter, G.W. R., h e s Lock bet King and Little James. 
Caffery, J., car dept G. W. R. 
CAHILL, JAMES, police magistrate and barrister, off City Hall, h 101 

King e. 
Cairn, Thomas, lab., h Mary bet Oak and Wood 
Calder, Alexander, machinist, h n s Broadway bet Pearl and Lock. 
Calder, James, carp., h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
CALDER, JOHN, (Mclnnes, Calder & Co.,) bds n s Augusta bet 

Hughson and John. 
Caldwell, Mrs, Maria, h e s Peter bet Hess and Queen. 
Caldwell, Wm., book-keeper, Spectator office, h s s Market bet Queen 

and Hess, 
Callaghan, Mrs. Patrick, (widow) h s s Peel bet Liberty and Spring. 
Callahan, John, lab., h e s Mary nr King William. 
Callahan, Thomas, engine driver, G,W.R.,hs s Picton bet James and 

McNab. 
Callanin, Patrick, lab,, h Bay bet Mulberry and Sheaffe, 
Callinan, James, lab., h Catharine bet King and Main, 
Callinan, Thomas F., salesman, J. H. Hogan, bds Park nr Merrick. 
Cameron, John, boiler maker, G.W. R., h Emerald. 
Cameron, K, F. salesman, G. H. Furner & Co., bds Catharine, 
Campbell, Alexander, grocer, n s York bet Park and Bay, h same, 
Campbell, Alexander, watchmaker, 5 James n, bds Main bet Bay and 

Caroline, 

Gent's Furiiisliing Goods, at C. FOSTER'S corner 
King and McXab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 151 

Campbell, Christobella, h e s Ray bet Little James and Broadwav. 
Campbell, Daniel, salesman Kerr, Brown & McKenzie, h Main nrCaroline 
Campbell, Dennis, cook in jail, h n s Bold bet Hess and Queen, 
Campbell, Donald, travelling agent, h n s Napier bet Bay and Caroline. 
Campbell, Donald, cabinet maker, Gr. W. R., h Ray nr Little Main. 
Campbell, Mrs. Donald, h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Picton. 
Campbell, George, blacksmith and wagon maker, s s King East bet 

Walnut and Wellington, h same. 
Campbell, Henry, lab. R. M. Wanzer & Co., h Bay bet Broadway and 

King. 
Campbell, Hugh, cashier, A. Ross, bds Peel bet Hughson and John. 
Campbell, James, tinsmith, Gr. W. R., h n s King bet Caroline and Bay 
Campbell, Mrs. Jane, boarding house, h n s King bet Caroline and Bay. 
Campbell, John, lab., h n s Stuart bet John and Catharine. 
Campbell, John, broom-maker, h York bet Bay and Park 
Campbellj John, moulder, h w s Wellington bet Wilson and Little Grore. 
Campbell, John, carp., h cor Queen and William. 
Campbell, John, pork store, w s James s of Main, h same. 
Campbell, Mrs. L., h s s Main e of Caroline. 
Campbell, Mrs- Margaret, h James nr Burlington. 
Campbell, Mrs. Nancy, h e s Wellington bet King and East Market. 
Campbell, Robert salesman, h Wellington bet Willson and Cannon. 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT, enameler of hollow ware, h n s Main, bet 

Margaret and Grarth. 
CAMPBELLL, ROBERT & CO., (Robert Campbell & William 

TurnbuU,) enamelers of hollow ware. Mary Street Foundry. 
Campbell, Robert, (R. Campbell & Co.^) h John nr R. R. Bridge. 
Campbell, Mrs, (widow. Rev- Thomas,) h Walnut bet Main and Tyburn. 
Campbell, Walter, compositor. Times off h Wilson nr Ferguson Ave. 
Campbell, William, clerk, h e s Wellington bet Wilson and Little Gore. 
Campbell, William, lab-, h McNab bet Main and King. 
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, potter, Garth, hn s 31ain bet Poulet and 

Garth. 
Campbell, William J., potter. Main bet Poulet and Garth. 
CANADA -LIFE ASSURxiNCE COMPANY, office James nr Main, 

A. G. Ramsay, F-I.A., manager. 
CANADA FARMERS' MUTUAL IMSURANCE CO., R. P. 

Street, Secretary and Treasurer, off Commercial Ch ambers, James 
CANADA FELT HAT WORKS, foot of Wellington. 
CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. C- R. Murray, manager, 

Mclnnes' Block cor King and John. 
CANADIAN OIL CO-, (J, M- Williams, M-P.P., James Cummings 

and Donald Nicholson,) 17 King w, Refinery eastern limits. 
Canary, James, lab., h 3Iaria bet Cherry and Aurora. 
Cann, Mrs- Mary, h e s Elgin cor Little Gore- 

C. FOSX£K, Mercliant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab IStreets. 



152 HAMILTON CITY 

Canning, George, builder, h 1 1 Wellington s. 

Cardwell, John, hammerman, G.W.R-, h Lock cor Little James. 

Carey, John, conductor, G- W. E,., h e s McNab nr R.. R. Bridge. 

CAREY, WILLIAM, prop Robinson Hall, s s Market Square, h same. 

Carlisle, George, carp , Caroline bet Napier and York, h same. 

Carlisle, James, h e s McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 

Carlisle, Matthew, coachman, T- Bicklci h n s Bold cor Hess. 

Carlisle Walter, machinist, h s s Union bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Carlyon, Walter, lab., h Union bet Kins and Main. 

CARMICHAEL, JOHN H., boots "and shoes, King William bet 
Hughson and John, h same. 

Carnahan, Thomas, lab-, h s s Main w, bet Pearl and Lock. 

Carnahan, William, tinsmith, Copp Bros- h cor George and Main, 

Carney, Michael, lab-, h Hughson bet Stuart and Murray. 

Carpenter, Charles, salesman, h York bet Hess and Queen. 

CARPENTER, ELIJAH, (E. Carpenter & Co.,) h Main nr McNab. 

CARPENTER, E. & CO., (Elijah Carpenter and Wm. Herman,) im- 
porters of fancy and staple goods, 39 King w. 

Carpenter, Mrs. Mary Ann, h Tyburn bet Main and Cherry. 

Carr, Aaron, hammerman, G.W. R., h e s Railway bet Mulberry and 
Cannon. 

Carr, Miss Anne, dressmaker, h n s Merrick bet Park and Bay. 

Carr, Edwin, blacksmith, h n s John bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Carr, Robert, h Merrick nr Bay. 

Carrigan, Mrs. Helen, fancy goods and toys, 10 King west, h same. 

Carroll, Mrs. Ann (widow) h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Carroll, James, mason, h Caroline nr Bold. 

Carroll, John, clerk, h s s Elgin bet Henry and Little Gore. 

Carroll, Nicholas, lab., h n s King e, bet Stephen and Ashley. 

Carroll, Patrick, lab., h n s Hannah, bet James and Hughson. 

Carroll, Patrick, pedlar, h s s George, bet Pearl and Lock. 

Carruthers, John, flour and feed, 2 King William, h same. 

Carruthers, Mrs. Margaret, milliner, 67 King w. 

Carscallen, Heary, student at law, bds Anglo American Hotel. 

Carse, Robert, mason, h w s West Ave bet King and King William. 

Carson, George, laborer, G. W. R., h w s Queen bet Broadway and 
Little Main. 

Carson, Henry, shoemaker, h s s York, bet Hess and Queen. 

Carson, James, laborer, h Peel bet Liberty and Wellington. 

Carson, James, moulder, h Peel bet Spring and Wellington. 

Carson, Robert, laborer, G. W. R. 

Carter, Charles, barber, (H. C. Duval) h Market nr McNab. 

Carter, Charles, tobacco worker, h Market nr Park. 

Carter, Esau, saddler, h Park cor Sheaflfe, 

Carter, James, bricklayer, h w s Cathcart nr Henry. 

Gent's Furnisliiiig Goods, at C FOSTER'S, corner 
King and Mc^Kab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 153 

Carter, John, laborer, li e s. Locomotive, bet York and Concession. 
Carter, Mrs. Lydia, (widow) b n s Main opp Spring. 
Carter, Stephen, blacksmith, G.W.R.i h w s Bay opp Colborne. 
Carter, Walter M., clerk, G. W. Pt.,h s s 31aiden Lane bet Bond and 

Bowery. 
Carter, W. , bricklayer, h e s McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Carvell) Alfred, tailor, h Walnut bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 
Cartwright, Joseph, shoemaker ,h s s Catharina, bet Catherine & Walnut. 
Case, Albert, teamster, Hendrie & Co- 
Case, Mrs. Mary, (wid George), Union bet Bowery and Caroline. 
CASE, DR. W3L J- A., physician and surgeon, h s s King cor Walnut. 
Casey, John, carpenter, h e s Bay bet Market and York- 
Cashan, John, laborer, h Poulette bet Main and Wentworth. 
Cashman, Timothy, laborer, h Maria bet Catherine and John. 
CASSELS, WALTER G., cashier, Gore Bank, h same. 
Castill, James, watchman at gaol, h n s Duke bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Catchmerrick, Martin, blacksmith, G. W. R- 
CATCHPOLE, GEORGE, umbrella repairer, and copperplate printer, 

8 Rebecca, h same. 
Catchpole, Richard, broom-maker, h John n of Gore. 
Catchpolei Wm., broom-maker, h 63 Rebecca. 

Cavanagh, Frank, hack owner, h s s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 
Cavanagh, John, laborer, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Cavanagh, Matthew, machinist, h Hughson bet Wilson and Picton. 
Cavanagh, Wm., compositor, A. Lawson & Co. 
Cawley, John, shoemaker, h Catherine bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Cawley, Thomas, laborer, h Wellington, bet Catherine and Gore. 
Central Presbyterian Church, Rev- Wm. Ormiston, D. D., pastor. 

Maiden Lane, cor McNab. 
Central School, A- McCallum, M- A., Principal, cor Hunter and Bowery, 
Chadwick, Frank, clerk, h w s McNab, bet King and Main. 
CHADWICK, JOHN A., importer of dry goods, hardware, &c., John 

nr King, h Wellington. 
Chadwick, Samuel, moulder, bds cor John aud Gore- 
Chamberlain, Henry, commercial traveller, h s s Tyburn bet Walnut 

and Cherry. 
CHAMBERS, DAVID, mason and taxidermist h Bay bet Murray 

and Concession. 
CHAMP, WILLIAM S-, paymaster, G, W- R. h w s Park bet Vine 

and Cannon. 
Champagne, Antoine, h Sheaffe nr Bay. 

Chapman, Jesse P., undertaker, h s s A'ain bet Charles and McNab, 
Chapman, Wm M., undertaker, 23 King w nr McNab, h Main bet 

Charles and McNab. 



C. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab Streets. 

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154 HAMILTON CITY 

Chappell, Harriet, h s s East Market bet Stephen and Asbley. 

Chappell, William, brick layer, h s s Henry bet Wellington nnd Cath- 
cart. 

Charbonneau, Joseph, tobacco worker, h n s King w, nr Bay. 

CHARLTON, BENJ. E., vinegar manufacturer, cor King and Wel- 
lington, h Catharine opp Gore, 

CHARLTON, JAMES, general agent, G. W. R., h Rebecca bet Mary 
and Ferguson Ave. 

Cherrier, J. R. (Cherrier &Bro. ,) h cor Mary and Barton. 

Cherrier, Leon F. (Cherrier & Bro,) h Sheaffe bet Park and Bay. 

CHERRIER & BRO., (Joseph R. and Leon F. Cherrier,) wholesale 
and retail grocers, s s Market Square. 

Chichester, Arthur, shoemaker, East Market, cor Cathcart, 

Childs, Frederick, foreman carp., G. W. R. 

Childs, Geo., foreman carlifter and repairer, G. W. R., h w s John bet 
Gore and Henry. 

Childs, Henry, foreman car repairer, G.W. R., h n s Murray opp Park. 

Childs, John, Sec Neptune Hose Co., H. F. B. 

Childs, Wm., turner, h cor Murray and Park. 

CHILMAN, ISAAC C, manufacturer of bread, biscuits, and confec- 
tionery, dealer in groceries, provisions, &c., s s King bet Bowery 
and Caroline, h same, (see card.) ^J 

Chilton, Chas., lab., h s s Catharina bet Wellington and Liberty. 

Chisholm, Andrew M., h s s Maiden Lane bet Bond and Bowery. 

Chisholm, Charles W., salesman, bdsss Henry bet James and Hughson. 

CHISHOLM, D. B., (Chisholm & Lazier,) h s w cor John and Lynd. 

CHISHOLM, ROBERT, builder and contractor, shop e s McNab bet 
Concession and Colborne, h e s McNab bet Mulberry and Cannon. 

CHISHOLM, WILLIAM, lumber merchant, James cor Colborne, h 
Concession cor McNab. 

CHISHOLM & LAZIER (D. B. Chisholm, and S. F. Lazier, M. A., 
L. L. B.). barristers, office Lister buildings, James. 

Chiswell, Wm., h cor John and Gore. 

CHITTENDEN, C. S., dentist, King east Corby's block h cor Duke and 
Bowery. 

Christian, Isaac, news pressman. Times office, h Main. 

Christian, Mrs. Jane, h Main bet Wellington and Victoria Avenue. 

Christie, James, carpenter, h w s Inchbury bet York and Florence. 

Christie, Robert, carpenter, h Spring bet Main and Tyburn, 

CHRISTIE THOMAS, (D. Galbraith & Co.), h w s McNab bet Peel 
and Bold. 

Christie, Wm., commercial traveller, h Cherry bet Peel and Catharina, 

Church of the Ascension. Rev. J. A. Hebden, M. A., Pastor, cor 
Maria and John. 

CITY ARMS HOTEL, Wm. Yalden, prop., cor McNab and Murray. 

Fashionable Clothing, at C. FOSTER'S, corner King 
and McNah Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 155 

CITY OF HAMILTON BRASS FOUNDRY, H. & R. Young, 
proprietors, McNab bet Merrick and Vine. 

CITY HOSPITAL, John, nr Burlington Bay. 

CITY OF GLASGOW Life Assurance Co., Richard Benner, Agent. 

Clapperton, Jonathan, lab., G. W. R., h w s Locomotive, bet York and 
Concession. 

Clarey, Mrs. Margaret, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Clarey, Stephen, shoemaker, h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Union. 

Claringbold, Wm., gardener, h cor King e and Wellington. 

CLARK, BENJ., Sec'y Hamilton Powder Co., 2 King w, bds Royal 
Hotel. 

Clark, Mrs. Eliza, (widow Wm. E.,) h s s King w, bet Hess and Caroline. 

Clark, Frederick, clerk, s s King bet Hess Caroline. 

Clark, G. B., foreman adjuster, R. M. Wanzer & Co., bds Hughsoo bet 
Lind and Barton. 

CLARK. HUTCHINSON,Mayor of Hamilton, h ws Hughson nr Gore 

Clark, James, lab., h n s Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 

Clark, James, hammerman, G. W. R. 

Clark, James, h s s Main bet Charles and McNab. 

Clark, John, boiler maker, h n s Stinson bet Hughson and John. 

CLARK JOHN, (John Clark & Co.), h Kendall's Block, Catharine. 

CLARK, JOHN W, [Perkins & Clark], bds 23 Hughson. 

Clark, Joseph, salesman, h Wellington bet Wilson and Henry. 

Clark, Mrs., h Catharina, cor Cherry. 

Clark, Peter, machinist, R. M. Wanzer & Co., h East Avenue. 

Clark, Robert, machinist, bds Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 

Clark, T., cleaner, G.W. R. 

Clark, \V. J., book-keeper, R. A. Pilgrim, h cor Cathcart and King e. 

CLARK JOHN & CO., [John Clark and Edmund Longmore], com- 
mission merchants and insurance agents, King cor John, (see adv) 

Clarke, Adam, plumber, h s s Maiu w bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Clarke, Joseph, salesman, h e s Wellington, head of Gore. 

CLARKE, THOMAS, pork store, ham curer, &c., e s James bet Stinson 
and Barton, h same. 

Clayton, Charles, wire worker, s s King William bet John and Cath 
arine, h same. 

Clayton, Mrs. J., h ws James bet Vine and Cannon. 

Clayton Miss Lucy, dressmaker, s s King William bet John and Cath- 
erine. 

Clear, Wm., machinist, G. W. R., h McNab cor Colborne. 

Cleary, James, tailor, h w s Caroline bet Hunter and Bold. 

Cleary, Mrs. Mary A., boarding house, w s John cor Gore. 

Cleary, James, bottler, R. A. Pilgrim, h cor Catherine and Tyburn. 

Cleary, James, tobacco-worker, h Caroline cor Bold. 

Cleary, Wm., ostler, John Darrow, bds Cricketers' Saloon. 

Gent's Famishing Goods, at C. FO^iTSR'S, corner 
King and MelVab streets* 



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156 HAMILTON CITY 

Cleaver, Wm., immigrant baggage-master, G. W. R. , h w s Bay bet 

Murray and Stuart. 
Clement, Mrs., [wid Joseph] h cor Cherry and Tyburn. 
CLTFF, W. H., printer, h n s Catharina bet John and Catherine. 
Cliiford, Anthony, lab., h Victoria Ave cor Main. 
Clifford, John, machinist, G. W. R., h Hess nr York. 
Clifford, Joseph, fitter, G. W. R. 
Clifton, Joseph, hammerman, G. W. R. 
Cline, Arthur, cab driver, h 68 Hughson n. 

Cline, Christopher, machinist, hds Hughson bet Lindand Barton. 
Cline, Simeon, bailiff, h West Ave nr E. Market. 
Clinton, William H. , fitter, h .James w s cor Hunter. 
Clohecy, Thomas, carpenter, Geo. Murison, h Cherry cor O'Reilly. 
CLOHECY, THOMAS, trunk maker, 6 York, h same. 
Clos3, John, carpenter, h East Market bet Wellington and Nelson. 
Close, W., car department, G. W. R. 

CLUB HOUSE, Daniel Black, prop., e s James bet Gore and Henry. 
Clubb, Wm. Y., carpenter, h n s Duke bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Clucas, Wm., builder, h s s Miles bet Caroline and Hess. 
Clutterbuck, Wm., shoemaker, h w s Queen bet Market and Broadway. 
Coates, Henry, painter, h e s Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 
COBURN HY. P., [L. D. Sawyer & Co.] , h Victoria Ave n of G.W.R. 
COCHRAN, JOSIAH, hair dresser, 41 King w, h same. 
Cochrane, Denis, h Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Cochrane, Patrick, laborer, h George nr Aurora. 
Cochren, Wm. I., [W. I. Cochren & Co.], h Peel betVohn and Cath- 
erine. 
COCHREN, WM. I. & CO., wholesale wines and liquors, e s McNab nr 

King. 
Coekbin, Thomas H., barber, e s McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry, h 

same. 
Cockburn, Matthias, laborer, h e s Lock bet George and Main. 
Cockburn, Thomas, policeman G. W. R., h Barton s g bet John and 

Catherine. 
Coffee, Mrs. E., (widow Jeremiah), h s s Stuart cor Catherine. 
Coffee, John, carriage trimmer, h e s Catherine bet Barton end Stiuson. 
Coghlin, Patrick, teamster, W. H. Judd &Bro., h w p Catherine n of 

Railroad Bridge. 
COLBECK, HENRY, money order clerk, P. 0., h Rose Cottage, 

Mountain top. 
Colcleugh, John, clerk, accountant's office G. W. R., bds s s Bold cor 

McNab. 
Coldham, Charles, clerk, accountant's office, G. W. R., bds Ferguson 

Ave cor Little Gore. 
Cole, W. D., teamster, h James. 

C . FOSTER, MercUant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab iStreete, 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 157 

Cole, Abraham, moulder, h Catharine cor Henry. 

Cole, Abraham P., moulder, L. D. Sawyer & Co., h "West Ave nr Henry. 

Coley, Arthur, clerk, car distribution office, G. W. R. ,bds John bet 

Rebecca and Gore. 
Colhoun, John, book-keeper, bds e s Walnut bet Main and King. 
Colhoun, Mrs. Mary, h e s Walnut bet Main and King. 
CoUinswood, Henry, porter. Custom House, bds Henry. 
CoUingwood, Henry, carpenter, bds n s Cathariaa bet John and 

Catharine. 
CoUingwood, Mrs. J ane, h n s Catharina bet John and Catharine. 
Collins, Abraham, carpenter, h w s Mary bet Barton and Stinson. 
Collins, James, peddler, h Tyburn bet Catharine and Walnut. 
Collins, Jeremiah, traveller, J. Garrett & Co. 
Collins, Mrs. Johanna, h s s York bet Inchbury and Davenport. 
Collins, John, salesman, Wm* Edgar, h s s York bet Hess and Queen, 
Collins, Michael, laborer, G. W. R., h McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
Collins, Richard, painter, bds s s King William bet James and Hughson. 
Collins, Thomas, laborer, h Convent House, n s King cor. Ray 
Collins, Wm., machinist, G. W. R., h e s Park bet Concession and 

Murray. 
Collinson, Geo. R. , clerk, bds 70 King, w. 
Colville, William, book-keeper, Magill & Bro., h s s Market bet Hess 

and Queen. 
Colvin, John, clerk, George Lee, 4 and 6 King w., bds same. 
Colvin, Patrick, groceries, cor Hughson and Wood, h same, 
COLVIN, PETER, propr. Colvin's Hotel, w s McNab bet King and 

Market. 
COLVIN'S HOTEL, Peter Colvin, prop., w s McNab bet King and 

Market. 
Combs, Adolphus C, carpenter, h s s East Market cor Cathcart. 
Combs, George, book-keeper, Ross & Smith, bds 72 Rebecca. 
ComCrford, Peter, laborer, h Wilson bet James and McNab. 
Comfort, Daniel, machinist, h East Market bet Wellington and Nelson. 
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, George J, Jennings, propr., e s McNab 

bet Mulberry and Colborne. 
COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO., of England, J. J. 

Mason, agent. King cor James. 
COMMISSARIAT OFFICE, McNab cor Cannon. 
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, cor Hughson and Henry. 
Coniam, Joseph, conductor, G. W. R., h n s Broadway bet Queen 

and Ray. 
Conley, Peter, bootmaker, 14 King William, h same, 
Conley, Wm,, laborer, h e s Railway bet York and Concession. 
Conlin, Michael, laborer, h r Catharina bet Catharine and Walnut. 
Connell, Adam, machinist, h s s Concession bet James and McNab. 

Fashionable Clothing, at O. FOSTER'S^, corner King 
and. McXab Streets. 



158 HAMILTON CITY 

Connell, Dennis, laborer, h Maria bet Cherry and Wellington. 
Connell, Mrs. Mary, (widow), h Aurora bet Maria and George. 
Connell, Owen, potash maker, W. H. Judd & Bro. 
Connell, Owen, laborer, h cor Hannah and Walnut. 
Connell, Patrick, laborer, h n s Catharina bet Catharine and Walnut. 
Connell, Patrick, laborer, h cor Hannah and Walnut. 
Connell, Patrick, teamster, W. H. Judd & Bro. 
Connelly, John, laborer, h s s Catharina bet Liberty and Cherry. 
Connolly, John, laborer, G. W. K., h n s Maiden Lane cor Bowery- 
Connolly, James, peddler, h John nr Catharina. 
Connolly, John, laborer, h cor Catharine and Stinson. 
Connolly John, laborer, hn s Lind nr John. 

Connolly, Mrs- Mary (widow), h ss Little Market bet Pearl and Lock. 
Connolly, Patrick, mason and plasterer, h Little Market nr Lock. 
Connor, F., car dept., G- W. R. 
Connor, James, dyer and scourer, 77 James h same. 
Connor, Patrick, h w s John bet Wood and Base. 
Connors, Daniel, shoe maker, h w s McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 
Connors, Mrs. Bridget C, (widow), h r James bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Connors, John, laborer, h Hughson cor Murray, 
Connors, John, laborer, h Catharine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Connors, J. car dept-, G. W. R. 

Connors, Patrick, laborer, h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington- 
Conway, Thomas, blacksmith, h e s Park bet Sheaffe and Colborne- 
Cook, Adam, James Stewart & Co., h on the Mountain. 
COOK CHARLES, dealer in liquors and cigars, 64 King w. 
Cook, George, bos packer, h Tp. Barton. 
Cook, John, book-keeper, J. Stewart C Co., h Park bet Vine and 

Cannon. 
Cook, John, mariner- h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Picton. 
Cook, John, butcher, City Market, h John cor Warren. 
Cook, Robert, porter, E- McGiverin, h w s Dandurn cor King- 
Cook, Thomas, pattern maker, h Park bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Cook, William, painter, s s Vine bet McNab and Park, h same. 
Cook, William, tailor, h Catharine bet Peel and Augusta. 
COOK'S HOTEL, Mrs. William Cook, propr-, (34 and 6 J King west 
Cooligan, John, hostler, bds Farmer's Hotel- 
Coombs, Philip, cabinet maker, bds Bay bet York and Market. 
Cooper, A-, cabinet maker, T. W. White. 
Cooper Alfred, bds H- G. Cooper- 
Cooper, Christopher, grocer, n s King w, cor Queen, h same. 
COOPER, HENRY G. (H. G. Cooper & Co.), h w s Bond bet King 

and Main. 
Cooper, Joseph, T., salesman, R. C. Cooper & Co., bds McNab bet 

Kirg and Market. 

Gent's Furnishing fj^oocls, at €. FOISTHR'IS corner 
King and McNab i^lreets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. I§l9 

Cooper. Richard C. (R. C. Cooper & Co.,) h McNab, bet King and 

Market. 
COOPER, H. G. & CO., Hamiltoa coach factory, w sBond bet King 

and Main. 
COOPER, R. C. & CO., grocers and seedsmen, McNab bet King and 

Market. 
Cooper, Wm. H. , coach builder, bds ws Bond bet King and Main. 
Cope, Thomas, laborer, h Mary nr Oak. 

COPELAND, GEORGE, ropemaker, Wellington bet Henry and Bar- 
ton, h same, (see advertisement.) 
COPP, ANTHONY (Copp, Brothers), h n s King opp Walnut. 
COPP, WILLIAM J. (Copp, Brothers), h Bay bet Market and Napier. 
COPP, BROTHERS, [Anthony & Wm. J. Copp], stove founders and 

tin-ware manufacturers. Bay cor York, warerooms, 15 John north. 
Corbeille, Cyrille, tobacco worker, bds Florence Blk, n s King w. 
Corbett, Elisha K., agent Howe sewing machines, No. 2 Royal Hotel 

Buildings, bds Armstrong's Hotel. 
Corbett, Patrick, laborer, h cor Catherine and Oak. 
Corbett, Timothy, laborer, G. W. R. 
Corcoran, John, laborer, h e s Dundurn bet King and Main. 
Corcoran, Patrick, lab., Rolling Mill, h e s Dundurn bet King and 

Main. 
Cormack, John, tailor, n s Peel bet Catherine and Walnut, h same. 
Cornelius, Richard, laborer, h n s Little Gore, nr Ferguson Ave. 
Cornelius, Richard, machinist, h Mary bet Henry and Rebecca. 
CORNOR, ROBERT, boot and shoe manufacturer and dealer, n s York 

bet Park and Bay, h n s Napier bet Bay and Caroline. 
Corner, Wm. J., shoemaker, h e s McNab, bet Vine and Cannon. 
Cornwall, Ira^ h n s E. Market bet Mary and Nelson. 
Cornwall, Ira, jr.^ general agent Spectator, &c., h e Market bet Mary 

and Nelson. 
Corson, Robt. W., bookkeeper, bds Maple Terrace, Barton street. 
Cory, Chas. D,, discount clerk. Gore Bank, bds Main w. 
Cosgrove, Wm., shoemaker, h Peel w of Catherine. 
Costello, Edwin, laborer, h Cherry bet Peel and O'Reilly. 
Costie, Wm., tailor, h Liberty bet Peel and Grove. 
Cotter, John, boilermaker's assistant, G. W.R 
Cotter, Johi>) laborer, h w s Head cor Sophia. 
Cotterell, Chas., foreman Ontario Packing House, h Wentworth. 
Coughlighan, Peter, carpenter, h n s Picton bet James and McNab. 
Coulter, Andrew, laborer, h Guise bet Hughson and John. 
Coulter, Robert, shoemaker, h e s Spring bet Tyburn and Main. 
Coumbe, George, plasterer, h 70 Rebecca. 
Coumbe, John, sawyer, h s s Strachan bet James and McNab. 
Coumbe, Wm., carpenter, bds King William nr Wellington. 

C FOSTER, Mercliant Tailor, corner King and 
McNab Streets. 



160 HAMILTON CITY 

COUNSELL, CHAS. M., manager Stinson's Savings' Bank, bds Koyal 

Hotel. 
COUNSELL, GEO. S., county clerk, h e s Catherine bet Lind and 

Barton. 
COUNTY OFFICES, Main bet Hughson and John. 
Coup, John, carpenter, C W. E.., h Mary nr Oak. 
Coup, Thomas, machinist, G, W, R., h Mary nr Oak. 
Couper, Archibald, salesman, bds e s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 
COURT HOUSE, Main bet Hughson and John. 
COUBTENAY, JOHN, dry goods, s s Market Square, h w s Mary 

nr Henry. 
Cousandier, Edward, cabinet maker, h Catherine nr King. 
Cousins, John, messenger, Canadian Bank of Commerce, h Vine. 
COUTTS, ANDREW, livery stables, s s Main nr John, bds same. 
Coutts, John, pattern maker, h n s Stuart bet Hughson and John. 
Coutts, Wm., cellerman, Spring Brewery, h n s Mulberry bet Bay and 

Park. 
Coventry, Edwin M., bookkeepper, F. Schwarz, h w sPark, opp Orphan 

Asylum. 
Cowell, Wm., machinist, h e s Hughson, bet Wilson and Hannah. 
Cowen, John, laborer, G. W. R., h n s Union, bet James and Hughson. 
Cowen, Wm., tobacco-worker, h s s Union, bet James and Hughson. 
Cox, John, photographer, 8 King east, h Merrick bet Park and Bay. 
Cox, John, grocer, King w bet Locke and Pearl. 
Cox, Mrs. James, dress-maker. East Market nr Nelson. 
Cox, Thomas, laborer, G. W. R., h n s Colborne bet Park and McNab. 
Cox, Thomas, machinist, G. W. R. 
Coyle, Thomas, laborer, h w s Lock s of Creek. 
Coyne, Patrick, stone mason, h n s Lind nr John, 
Cozens, G. H., tailor, h Little Main bet Queen and Ray. 
Crafton, Walter, laborer, h w s Head nr King, 
Craig, John, painter, h cor Wilson and Ferguson Ave. 
Craig, John, painter, h 49 Rebecca. 
Craig, Robert, tool keeper, G. W- R- 

Craig, Robert, laborer, G. W. R., h n s Broadway bet Pearl and Lock. 
CRAGIE, JAMES, groceries, wines and liquors, 72 Kinge, h Augus- 
ta cor Hughson. 
CRAGIE, WILLIAM, (Freeman & Cragie), res Mountain. 
Craik, George, traveller, h w s Bay cor Napier. 

Cramer, George, tailor, h n s King William, bet Nelson and Wellington. 
CRAMPTON, JOHN, general freight agent, G. W- R-, h n s Merrick 

bet Park and Bay. 
Crane, Cornelius, laborer, G- W. R., h n s York, bet the bridges. 
Crane, Henry, marble polisher, h e s Hess bet Hunter and Bold. 
Crane, Mrs. Nora, (widow) h n s York bet the bridges. 

Oenr^ Furuisliiug Ooocis, at C. FOSTER'jy corner 
King and McXab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 161 

Cranei Patrick, laborer, G. W- R., h n s York bet the bridges 

Cranfield, Richard, teacher Central school. 

Craw, Thomas, pastry cook, w s John bet Peel and Augusta. 

Crawford, Mrs. Agnes, (wid Lindsay) h 22 Rebecca. 

Crawford, Alex., salesman, J. Garrett & Co., bds Catherine nr Maria. 

Crawford, ]\Irs. Ann (wid) h w s Mary bet King William and Rebecca, 

Crawford, Henry T-, salesman, F. W. Gates & Co-, bds 22 Rebecca. 

Crawford, John, dealer in leather, cor E Market and Nelson. 

Crawford, Mrs. Mary L., [wid Robert], h 58 Rebecca. 

Crawford, Patrick, h w s Elgin bet Little GJore and Henry. 

Crawford, Samuel, h Catherine cor Maria. 

Crawford, William, clerk, h Wellington bet Henry and Little Gore. 

Crawford, W. H., white-washer, h cor Catherine and Tyburn. 

CRAWFORD, W. G., commission merchant, broker and insurance 
agent. Royal Hotel bigs., Merrick, h con Hughson and Rebecca. 

CREECH, RICHARD, prop. Wentworth Hotel, Hughson s of Main. 

Creech, Samuel, grain buyer, bds Wentworth Hotel. 

Creech, William, lithographer, bds Wentworth Hotel, 

CREED, JAMES, butcher. King bet Cathcart and Wellington, h same. 

Crerar, John, law student, h Catherine bet Augusta and Catharina, 

Cress, Patrick, laborer, h w s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 

Cresswell, Eliza, dress-maker, h n s Union bet John and Hughson. 

Cresswell, Fred., jr., accountant. Merchants' Bank. 

Cresswell' Frederick, h w s Hess bet Napier and Peter. 

Cresswell, Ralph, cashier Canada Life Assurance Co., h w s Hess bet 
York and King. 

CRICKMORE, CHARLES G., barrister, &c., off Commercial Build- 
ings, res East Flamboro'. 

Crisp, Alfred, clerk, P. 0-, h Wellington bet Tyburn and Main. 

Crisp, William, salesman, bds Wellington bet Tyburn and Main. 

CROCKET, JOHN, TR. & J. Crockett], h Catherine bet Henry and 
Gore. 

CROCKETT, ROBERT, [R. &J. Crockett], h Catherine bet Henry 
and Gore. 

CROCKETT, R. & J., [Robert & John] silver platers, n e cor McNab 
and King, (see adv't.) 

Crockford, John, broker, John bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Crofton, Edward, laborer, G. W. R., h John cor Wilson. 

Crofton, Edward, carriage maker, J. P. Pronguey, bds Railway- 

Crofton, Wm., turn-table keeper, G- W. R. 

Croll, George, blacksmith, h Emerald bet Wilson and Henry- 

Crompton, Edwin B-, book-keeper,h w s Cathcart nr Henry. 

Cronan, Daniel, laborer, h Strachan bet James and McNab. 

Cronin, John, compositor. Times office, h cor O'Reilly and Walnut. 

€. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
Mcl^ab Streets. 

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162 HAMILTON CITY 

Cronin, Mrs. Julia, [widow] h s s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Crookall, Charles, accountant. Merchants' Bauk, h w s Catherine bet 

Maria and Hannah. 
Crooker, Melvin, dental student, bds s e cor Hughson and Rebecca. 
CROCKER, T.,M.D., M. R. C. S., England, L. R. C. S., Edinburgh, 

h e s James bet Main and Tyburn. 
Crooks, Richard, hammerman, G. W. R. 
Cross, Thomas, mariner, h Guise bet Hughson and John. 
Cross, Wm. H., book-keeper, Kerr, Brown & McKenzie, h Market s s bet 

Hess and Queen, 
Crossley, James, clerk, bds Wellington bet Peel and Tyburn. 
CROSSLEY, JOHN, dry goods, cor James and King William, h 9 

Wellington bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Grossman, Augustus, laborer, h Wentworth; 
Crowe, Alfred, finisher, h n s Lind bet John and Catharine. 
Crowe, Thomas, machinist, h w s Bay opp Colborne. 
Crowell, Mrs. Jane, h w s Park bet Merrick and Vine. 
Crowther, W. T., music teacher, h s s Market bet Park and Bay. 
Croyzier, Richard, watchman, h s s Napier bet Bay and Caroline. 
Crump, Mrs. Nancy, h n s Mulberry bet McNab and James. 
Crystal Palace Brewery, ofl&ce s s York bet Bay and Caroline. 
CRYSTAL PALACE HOTEL, J. Kent, prop., cor King and Lock. 
Cuff, Robert C, pork butcher^ 60 Market shed, h Charles nr Main. 
Culhane, Michael, bill-poster, n s Peel bet Hughson and James, 
Cull, Mrs. Jane, [widow] b s s Miles bet Caroline and Hess. 
Cullen, Arthur, laborer, h s s Cannon bet Park and McNab. 
CuUen, John, carpenter, h s s Henry bet Hughson and John. 
Cullican, B,, car department, G- W. R. 
Cummerford, Peter, laborer, G. W. R. 

CUMMINGS, JAMES, [Canadian Oil Co.], h Mainnr Wellington. 
Cummins, John, laborer, h Mary bet Oak and Wilson. 
Cunningham, David, [Cunningham, McKichan & Co.], res Scotland. 
Cunningham, Peter, boilermaker's assistant, G, W- R. 
Cunningham, William, laborer, h James bet Oak and Union. 
Cunningham, Wm., fireman, (Steamer Magnet) h w s James nr Stuart. 
Cunningham, McKichan & Co., paper-bag manufacturers, e s Charles bet 

King and Main. 
Cupples, Hugh, h s s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 
Curral, John, blacksmith, h Cathcart nr Henry. 
Curran, George, travelling agent, h s s Rebecca nr Wellington. 
Curry, William, grocer. Walnut cor Peel, h same. 
Curtis, Joseph, carpenter, h e s McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
CURTIS, WILLIAM, dealer in tobacco and cigars, 66J King w, h cor 

Hughson and Barton. 
Cusack, Wm., tinsmith, h Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 

FasliionaMe Clothing, at C. FOSTER'S, corner King 
and JUcNab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 163 

Cusack) Wm-, shoemaker, h s s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 

Cusick, Mrs. Elizabeth, (widow) h w s John cor Henry. 

Cusseen, Edward, porter, e, h Catharina bet Catharine and Walnut. 

Cussender, Edward, cabinet maker. Walnut. 

CUSTOM HOUSE, Stuart bet McNab and Bay. 

Cutty^ George, tinsmith, h n s Cannon bet Park and Bay- 

Cuznor, James, tinsmith, bds 10 York. 

Cuznor, John, hide and wool merchant. Bay, h 10 York. 



Dabb, Mrs. Mary, h n s Main bet Victoria and Wellington. 

Dabney, Benjamin, tobacco worker, bds Market nr Park. 

Dabney, Henry, tobacco worker, bds Market nr Park. 

Dake, Michael, moulder, bds King William bet John and Catharine. 

DALE, ROBERT, (Frier & Dale,) 37 King, w of McNab. 

Dalett, James, lab., h Aurora bet Maria and George, 

Daley, Edward, lab., h s s TVilson bet James and 3IcNab. 

Dallas, Donald, boiler maker, h William s s bet Ray and Pearl. 

Dallas, Mrs. John, boarding house e s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 

Dalley, Alfred H., assistant, E. Dalley, h same. 

Dalley, Edwin, groceries, liquors, drugs, patent medicine, &c., York s s 

bet Queen and Ray, h same. 
Dalley, Edwin A., manufacturer of chemical manure, etc., c end of city, 

h York bet Queen and Ray. 
Dalley, Fenner F., assistant, E. Dalley, h same. 
Dallisall, James, fireman, bds cor McNab' and Burlington. 
DALLYN, CHARLES, barber and hair-dresser, e s John nr King, h 

Bond nr King. 
Dallyn, Henry, ^Joseph Dallyn & Son.) h s s Murray nr James. 
DALLYN, JAMES, bellows, manufacturer, s s Murray bet ]MeNab 

and James. 
Dallyn, Joseph, (Joseph Dallyn & Son,) h s s Murray nr James. 
DALLYN, JOSEPH & SON, (Joseph and Henry Dallyn,) bellows 

manufacturers, s s Murray nr James. 
DALLYN, JOSEPH EDWIN, prop (xreat Western Hotel, cor Jomea 

and Murray. 
DALLYN, J. E., prop shaving and hair-dressing saloon, Royal Hotel, 

h Western Hotel. 
Dalton, Abraham, shoemaker, h n s Union bet James and Hughson. 
Dalton, Mrs. Catherine, (widow) h Walnut bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 
Dalton, James, lab., h w s Catharine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Dalton, Thomas, boat builder, has Lynd bet John and Catharine. 

shop in rear. 

Gent's Furnisltiiig Goods, at €. FOSTER'S, corner 
King and Mc^iab Streete> 



164 HAMILTON CITY 

Daly DenniS) wood inspector, G.W.R., h King William h s s bet Nelson 

and Mary. 
DAMPIER, RICHARD G., deputy registrar, Surrogate Court, County 

Buildings, h cor York and Queen. 
Daniels, George T , machinist, h King e nr Wellington. 
Darke, James, butcher, stall 23 and 24 City Market, h Barton T'p. 
Darmody, Patrick, baker, h n s Main opp Spring. 
D ARROW, JOHN, Royal Livery Stables n s Rebecca bet James and 

Hughson, h Main, (see card.) 
Daugherty, John, lab., h Maria bet Cherry and Aurora. 
Davenport, Michael, blacksmith, h Ray w s bet Wentworth and Canada. 
Davey, Charles, porter, h Canada n s bet Lock and Poulet. 
Davey, William, carp., h West Ave e s bet Henry and Wilson. 
Davey, William, porter, h cor Little Gore and Cathcart. 
Davidson, Alex., portrait and historical painter, Wentvrorth Chambers, 

bds Ando- American Hotel. 
DAVIDSON, ALEX., salesman Kerr, Brown & MacKenzie, h Queen. 
Davidson, Mrs. Annie, h James opp Duke. 
DAVIDSON, CHARLES, (Field & Davidson,) h Elgin bet Wilson 

and Gore. 
Davidsot, Duncan, lab., h Pearl e s bet King and Broadway. 
Davidson, Mrs. Elizabeth, h n s Catharina bet Catharine and Walnut. 
Davidson, Hector, mason, h w Main n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Davidson J John, salesman, h Bay e s bet Market and York. 
Davidson, John P., carter, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Davies, John, traveller, W. McGiverin & Co., h Rebecca cor Nelson. 
DAVIES, JOHN T., propr Ontario Packing House, res Liverpool, 

England. 
Daville, Robert S., clerk, J. Harvey, h w Wellington bet Wilson and Gore. 
DAVILLE, T. W., dealer in groceries, provisions, wines and liquors 70 

King opp American Hotel, (see adv't.) 
Davis, Archibald, printer, h s s Main bet Cherry and Spring. 
DAVIS, DANIEL; M. D., physician and svrgeon, na Merrick bet 

McNab and James, h same. 
Davis, Eli, lab., h s s Lind bet John and Catharine. 
Davis, Mrs. Eliza, h n s Mulberry bet McNab and Park. 
Davis, H,, carp., h n s Gore bet James and Hughson. 
DAVIS, JAMES G., (Moore & Davis,) h s s Main bet Cherry and 

Spring. 
Davis, John, fish dealer, Stall City Market, h T'p Barton. 
Davis, John, manager, McGiverin & Co., h 83 Rebecca cor Ferguson Ave. 
Davis, John A., express driver, h cor Gore and Hughson. 
DAVIS, JOHN H., (John H. Davis & Co.,) h Wentworth cor Duke, 

T'p of Barton. 
Davis, J. W., clerk, J. H. Davis & Co., bds Anglo-American Hotel. 

C. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McNab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 165 

DAVIS, JOHN H. & CO., (John H. Davis and Harry Burkholder,) 
commission merchants and brokers, King east bet James and 
Hughson. 

Davis, Joseph, clerk, h Hess w s cor King. 

Davis, Mrs. Louisa, h w s Catharine bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Davis, Mrs, Milton, h cor John and Gore. 

Davis, Nicholas, fitter, h s s Lind bet Catherine and John. 

DAVIS, RALPH, chief of police, h n s Cannon bet Park and McNab. 

DAVIS, SAMUEL, bailiff div., court, h Catharine bet Peel and Augusta 

Davis, Wm„ painter, h w s John bet Lind and Barton. 

Davis, Wm., laborer, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 

Davis, Wm. A., (Secord & Davis,) h cor Main and McNab. 

Davison, Alexander, clerk, h w s Queen bet Little Main and York, 

Davy, Wm., laborer, h Maria bet John and Catharine. 

Daworth Julius, mason, bds s s King west nr Gorth. 

Daworth, Wm., mason, bds s s King west nr Gorth. 

Dawson, Donald, ass't tax collector, h s s Peel bet Liberty and Welling- 
ton. 

DAWSON, JOHN E., station master, G. W. R., h s s Strachan bet 
McNab and Bay. 

Day, Francis T., (Day & McComb,) h Wellington e s bet Main and Peel. 

Day, John, shoemaker, h 3Iary bet Lind and Cannon. 

DAY & McCOMB, gore marble works, Merrick n s cor Bay 

Dayfoot, J. B., Jr., JDook-keeper, 52 King east, bds King nr tollgate. 

DAYFOOT, P. W.. (P. W. Dayfoot & Co.,) h King east nr tollgate. 

DAYFOOT P. W. & CO., (P. W. Dayfoot and S. D. Marlatt,) manu- 
facturers, wholesale and retail boots and shoes, 52 King east. 

Dealy, Edward, boiler maker's ass't., G. W. R 

Dean, Andrew, laborer, h e s Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 

Dean, Fred., upholsterer, bds e s James bet Main and Maiden Lane. 

Dean, Henry, helper, rolling mill, h e s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 

Dean, John, cabinet maker, G. W. R. 

Dean, John, laborer, h Little James n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Dean, William, shoemaker, h Little Main n s bet Ray and Pearl. 

Death, John, h Broadway s s bet Qneen and Ray. 

Death, Thomas, lab., h n s Wilson bet John and Hughson. 

Debus, George, boot and shoemaker, w s James nr Mulberry, h same. 

Dedy, W. H., salesman. Sharpe& Secord, bds Hughson. 

Delaney, James, lab. , h s s Wilson bet James and McNab. 

Del'Hoste, Capt. Donald, book-keeper, mechanical dept. G.W. R., h w 3 
James bet Strachan and Simcoe. 

Denman, James, salesman, J. Hughes, bds car McNab and Burlington. 

Dennis, George H., lab., h Queen w s, rear, bet Little Main and York* 

DENNISON, JONATHAN, tavern-keeper, cor Bay and Cannon. 

Denoon, George, book keeper, J. Proctor, h foot of McNab. 

Fashionable Glothing, at V. FOSTElK'ti, corner King 
and McNab Streets. 



/ 



166 HAMILTON CITY 

Devaney, Michael, blacksmith, h Florence Block, cor King and Bay. 

Devaney, Mrs. Ella, h e s Cathcart bet Wilson and Little Gore, 

Devine, Felix, h e s .John bet Henry and Lind. 

Devine, John, moulder, h s s Lind bet John and Catharine. 

Devine, Michael, shoemaker, h s s Catharina bet Wellington and Liberty. 

Devine, Richard, boot and shoemaker, h York s s bet Queen and Ray. 

Devine, William, lab., h w s Hughson bet Murray and Stuart. 

DEVLIN JAMES A., M.D., Park w s bet Merrick and Vine. 

Devon, William, tobacco manufacturer, bds Ontario Hotel n s Main. 

Dewar, A. L., clerk, Bank B. N. A., bds Duke. 

Dev?ar, Plummer, h 4 Sandiford Place, Duke s s cor McNab. 

Dewey, Daniel 0., ice merchant, h s s King w, nr Bowery 

DEWEY, JOHN, propr. The Office Saloon, Hughson bet King and 
King William, h same. 

Dian, J., coppersmith, Gr. W. R. 

Dick, Andrew, tinsmith, h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession. 

Dick, George, lab., bds Bay corSheaffe. 

Dick, John, lab., h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Dicker, William, boot and shoemaker, 81 King e, h same. 

Dickinson, Thomas, travelling agent, h w s Catharine bet Rebecca and 
Gore. 

Dickson, James, grain buyer, h s s Henry bet John and Catherine. 

Dickson, R., turner, G. W. R. 

Dickson, William, carpenter, h Duke n s bet Bowery and Caroline- 

Diggs, William, laborer, h n s Augusta bet John and Catherine. 

Dilahy, Jeremiah, h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut- 

DILLON, JAMES, grocer, provision and liquor dealer, w s John bet 
Union and Wilson, h same. 

Dillon, John, grocer, Bay w s, bet Colborne and Concession. 

Dingle, James, butcher, John St Market, h Tp Barton- 

DINGLE, JOSEPH A., butcher, stalls 25 and 26 city market, h Bar- 
ton tp. 

Dingle, Mrs. Mary, h Canada, bet Poulette and Garth. 

Dingmon, Peter, shoemaker. Lock e s cor Little Market. 

Dingwall, Alex., laborer, h s s Sheaffe bet Park and Bay. 

Dingwall, James M., fitter, G. W. R-, h Napier s s cor Queen. 

Dinnahy, D., hammerman, G- W- R. 

Dixon, Mrs. Ann, h market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Dixon, Miss Flora, h Queen e s bet King and Union. 

Dixon, Herbert A. L., landing waiter C. H., h Barton s p, e of Mary. 

Dixon, J., car department, G. W. R. 

Dixon, Richard, machinist, h Broadway, n s bet Pearl and Ray. 

Dixon, W., car department, G. W. R. 

Dobbins, James, painter, h King bet Hess and Queen. 

Dobson, John, stove mounter, h w s Park, bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Gent's Furnishing Goods, at C. FOSTER'S corne r 
King and Mcl^ab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 167 

Dodd, Frederick, machinist, h Little Jlain s s bat Queen and Ray. 
Dodd, Wm-, proprietor, Yorkshire House, I'IcNab bet York and Mer- 
rick. 
Dodds, Robert K-, fitter, h Hess w s, bet York and Miles. 
Dodman, James, grocer, Caroline w s cor Hunter. 
Dodson, James, groceries and provisions, York s s cor Ray, h same. 
Dodson, James, saddler, h s s King bet Park and 3IcNab- 
Dodson, John, brass finisher, bds King bet McNab and Park. 
Dodson, Joseph, pressman, Spectator, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
Dodson, Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 62 King west. 
Dodsworth, John, cabinet maker, h s s Murray bet James and Hughson. 
Dodsworth, John H., cabinet maker, York n s cor Hess, h same. 
Doherty, Bernard, carpenter, h n s Rebecca bet Cathcart and Welling. 

ton. 
Doherty, George H, salesman, h Cannon s s bet Park and Bay. 
Doherty, Robert, laborer, h Hunter s s bet McNab and James. 
Doherty, Robert, bread peddler, h s s Peel bet James and Hughson. 
Doherty, Michael, laborer, h n s Peel opp. Liberty. 
Doherty, Thomas A. , coflfee and spice mill, w s Catharine bet Lind and 

Henry, h same. 
Dolman, John, laborer, h s s Guise bet Hughson and John. 
Dolman, Samuel, laborer, h w s James bet Vine and Cannon, 
DOMINION HOTEL, Fred, Jefi"s, propr., Stuart nr Bay. 
DONAHOE,' JOHN, grocer and provision dealer, 10 John south, 

h same, (see advertisement.) 
DONAHOE, MRS. JOHN, millinery, straw and fancy goods, No. 8 

John south, h same. 
Donahoe, Mrs. Margaret, h 61 Rebecca, 

Donahoe, William, porter, h Mrs. Campbell's, King, Florence Block. 
Donaldson, Mrs, Ellen, Queen w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Donaldson, George, blacksmith, h Vine bet James and McNab. 
Donaldson, Peter, marble cutter, Queen w s bet Broadway and Little 

Main. 
Donaldson, Miss Salina, dress maker, h e s Ferguson Ave., bet Rebecca 

and East Market. 
Donaldson, Wm. , saw filer, h Maria nr Cherry. 
Donnelly, Geo J., M. D., physician and surgeon, h head of Walnut. 
Donnely, J. fitter's ass't., G. W. R. 
Donnelly, James, clerk, McGivern, h Wellington e s bet Barton and 

Henry. 
Donnelly, Patrick, laborer, h n s Union bet John and Hughson. 
Donohoe, James, laborer, h Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Donohue, Stephen, laborer, h Maria bet Aurora and Cherry. 
Donovan, Cornelius, moulder, h Park w s bet Colborne and Concession. 
Donovan, Cornelius, printer, h Maria nr Walnut. 

C. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner Ming and 
McNaI> Streete. 



168 HAMILTON CITY 

t 

Donovan, Jeremiah, tailor, Cherry bet Catharina and O'Reilly. 

Donovan, Michael, teamster, h Henry s s bet McNab and James. 

Donovan, Patrick, lab., h Maria nr Walnut. 

Donovan, Patrick, moulder, h Park nr Mulberry. 

Donovan, Timothy, lab., h Bay nr Picton. 

Donovan, Thomas, boiler maker's asst, G.W.E.. 

Donovan, T. , car dept. G.W.R. 

DONSEN, CHARLES, piano tuner, hns Mulberry bet James and 

McNab. 
Doody, Patrick, lab., h e s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
DORAN, WILLIAM, groceries, provisions, flour and feed, n s King e, 

bet Nelson and Cathcart. 
Dore, James, lab., h Little James n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Dorritty, James, carp., h cor Rebecca and Nelson. 
Dorsey, Charles, tailor, bds 10 Rebecca. 

Dorsey, Luther, lab.. East Market s s bet Ashley and Wentworth. 
Dorsey, Romeo, mason and plasterer, h s s King William bet Catharine 

and Henry. 
Doty, Frank, machinist, bds w s James bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 
Doty, Frank H., manager of axle factory, York n s bet Bay and Caroline* 
Doty, John, carriage axle factory, York n s bet Bay and Caroline, res 

Oakville. 
Doubletes, Christopher, cigar maker, h across Lake. 
Dougall, Andrew, fitter, G. W. R. 
DOUGLAS, JAMES, foreman, W- T. Ecclestone cigar manufactory, 

bds James. 
Douglas, Robert, moulder, h cor John and Lind. 
Douglas, Samuel, wood cutter, h Little Main n s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Douglas, Wilfield, excise officer, bds Park bet King and Market. 
Douglass, Christian, lab-, h s s Stuart bet James and Hughson. 
Douglass, Mrs- Sarah (wid of Jos,)h James w s bet Strachan and Simcoe- 
Dove, J., hammerman, G. W. R. 

Dow, David, plasterer, Caroline bet Main and Maiden Lane. 
Dow, Henry, carp., h Canada n s cor Ray. 
Dow, James, plasterer, h Douglas s s w of Queen. 
Dow, John, carp, h Maiden Lane n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Dow, Moses, plasterer, h Canada n s, cor Ray. 
Dow, Robert, plasterer, h Little James n s bet Queen and Ray. 
Dow, William, stone mason, h s s King w bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Dow, William, moulder, h s s King w nr Bowery. 
Dowdj John, laborer, h w s Catherine nr Railroad Bridge. 
Dowd, Michael, laborer, at Depot, h Pearl w cor George. 
Dowden, James, tobacco worker, h Hunter bet James and McNab. 
Dowling,|Edward, laborer, h w s Head bet King and Sophia. 
Downing, Edward Y., carpenter, Hunter s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Oeut's Furnisliins Goods, at C. FOSTER'I^ corner 
King aud Mc!9fa1t> Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 169 

Downie, William, machinist, h Locomotive e sbet York and Concession. 

Dowse, Henry, laborer, h Lock e s between Little Market and York. 

DOYLE, ANDREW, teacher, 8t. Patrick's School, n s Main opp West 
Ave. 

Doyle, Daniel, wagon maker, h Bowery w s bet Main and Maiden Lane. 

Doyle, Mrs- Elizabeth, [widow] h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Doyle, Jeremiah, broom maker, h Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut 

Doyle, John, laborer, Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. • 

Doyle Patrick, broom maker, h Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 

Doyle, Patrick, tailor, h Little James n s bet Pearl and Lock- 

DoyJe, Patrick, laborer, h s s Catharina bet AValnut and Cherry. 

Doyle, Thomas, lab., h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Draffan, John, accountant, h n s Wilson bet Mary and Elgin. 

Draffan, John L, clerk, (W. F- Findlay), h Wilson bet Mary and Elgin. 

Draver, F., car department, G. W. R. 

Drayton, Wm., clerk, (George Lee). 

Drenian, Mrs- Ann, grocer and saloon keeper, e s Hughson bet Rebecca 
and King William, h same. 

Drenian, James, bds e s Hughson nr Rebecca. 

Drever, Thomas, lab., h e s McNab cor McAulay. 

DREW, FRANCIS, Manager Western Piano Forte Factory, h s s Can- 
non bet James and McNab. 

DriscoU, John, laborer, h Bold n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Drope, Thomas, lumber dealer, h Bay e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Drummer, Jacob, tinsmith, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Drummond, Duncan, h York s s nr Cemetery. 

Drynan, John, laborer, h Lock e s bet Little Market and York. 

Drysdale, Alexander, clerk, general agency office G- W. R., h Vine n s 
bet Park and Bay. 

Drysdale, Alex-, upholsterer, McNab nr Vine, h same. 

Dublin, Joshua, whitewasher h s s Angusta bat John and Hughson. 

Dudbridge, Benjamin, grocer, h e s Elgin bet Henry and Little Gore. 

Dudeinski, Mastiar, laborer, h George n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Dudgeon, Peter, blacksmith. Park e s bet Colborne and Concession. 

Duff, David, brush-maker, h Hughson, bet Gore and Henry. 

Duff, David, book-keeper, h Hughson. 

Duff, John, grocer, York n s bat Caroline and Hess, h same. 

Duff, William, turner, h Hughson w s bet Henry and Little Gore. 

Duffield, Mrs. Samuel (wid) h Wellington bet Peel and Main. 

Duffield, William Henry, bookkeeper, h York s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Duffy, B., hammerman, G. W. R. 

Duffy, John, laborer, h n s Barton, bet West Ave and Victoria Ave. 

Duffy, J., hammerman, G. W. R. 

Duffy, Patrick, laborer, h Canada, n s bet Lock and Poulette. 

C. FOSTER, Mercliant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab Streets. 

22 



lYO HAMILTON CITY 

Dufiy, Thomas, carpenter, h e s , John cor Stuart. 

DuflEy, Thomas, proprietor Market Hotel, cor McNab and Merrick, 

Market Square. 
Duggan, Mrs. Catherine, h Cherry bet Catharina and Mario. 
Duggan, Patrick, laborer, h George n. s. bet Pearl and Lock. 
Duggan, Patrick, painter, h York bet Park and Bay. 
Duggan, Dr. Thomas, h Park e s bet Merrick and Vine. 
Duncan, John, clerk, h e s Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 
Duncan, Robert, salesman, J. Eastwood & Co., h e s John bet Gore 

and Henry. 
DUNCAN, THOMAS, (Duncan and Galloway) h Hughson w s bet 

Peel and Augusta. 
DUNCAN & GALLOWAY, commission merchants, s s Market Square. 
Dundas, W., car department, G. W. R. 

Dundon, James, laborer, h Little James n s bet Queen and Bay. 
Dundon, John P., jr., machinist, h e s John bet Henry and Lind.. 
Dundon, Wm. teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
Dunphy, James, hotel keeper, Cannon n s cor McNab. 
Dunkerely, John, machinist, h Queen w s bet Little Main and York. 
Dunlop, David, saddler, h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah. 
Dunlop, JameS) carpenter, bds Maple Leaf cor John and Tyburn. 
DUNLOP, ROBERT, commission merchant and Insurance agent, h s 

s Vine bet James and McNab. 
Dunn, Mrs. Ann, market gardener, h John bet Augusta and Catharina. 
Dunn, Samuel, laborer, h Bold n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Dunn, Mrs. Isabella, (widow.) h Catharine bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Dunn, James, laborer, h John nr R. R. bridge. 

Dunn, John, private schoolteacher, cor Stuart and Catharine,bds John. 
Dunn, John, fireman, G. W. R., h a s Strachan bet James and McNab. 
Dunne, James, barrister, office Hughson bet Main and King, h John 

bet Barton and Stinson. 
Dunnett, Benjamin, letter carrier, P. 0. 
Dunning, Bradley, car number taker, G. W. R., h Queen. 
Dunning, Edward, clerk, bds Main cor Queen. 
Dunovan, Jeremiah, laborer, h William s s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Dupont, Henry, clerk, bds e s Mary bds Rebecca and Wilson. 
Durand, Alex., waggon maker, h Henry n s nr Wellington. 
Burant, Mrs. Sarah, (widow, ) h Little Market n s bet Pearl and Lock, 
Durdan, William, engine driver, G. W. R., h n s Barton bet James and 

Hughson. 
Durrand, Alex., h Cathcart bet Henry and Little Gore. 
Durrand, George, blacksmith, h Cathcart e sbet Little Gore and Henry. 
Duval, Henry, barber and hair dresser, n s King William bet John and 

Hughson, h James nr Henry. 
Dwyer, John, laborer, h Rebecca bet Mary and Nelson. 

Fashionable Clothing, at C. FO!^T£R'S, corner King 
and McXab l^treets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 171 

Dwyer, Michael, machinist, h Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 

Dwyer, Michael, laborer, h Hannah bet Catharine and Walnut. 

Dyer, "William, shoemaker, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and King "William. 

Dyer, William, laborer, h Broadway n s bet Bay and Pearl. 

Dyett, Charles G.. clerk. Bank of Montreal, bds Robinson bet McNab 

and Bond. 
Dyett, George J. h Robinson n s bet McNab and Bond. 
DYNES, JOHN, prop. Poplar Hotel, Bnrlington Beach. 
DYON JOHN, steward, Steamer Kingston, h s s King w bet Bowery 

and Caroline. 

E 

Eadie, Peter, straw-presser, h s s Wilson bet Mary and Elgin. 

Eagan, E.. fitter, G. W. R. 

Eagan, Thomas, fitter. G. W. R. 

Eager, Henry A., clerk. Post Ofl&ce. h Maiden Lane bet Caroline and 

Hess. 
Eager, John B.. clerk. Post Office, h n s Gore bet John and Catherine. 
Eager, Joseph B.. scale maker, h McNab bet Wilson and Simcoe. 
Eager, William, h Main n s bet Macnab and James. 
Easson, Alex., broom maker, h cor King and Caroline. 
EASSON, ALLAN, broom manufacturer, cor King w and Caroline, h 

same. 
Easfon, John, broom maker, bds cor King w and Caroline. 
Easson, Olive, broom maker, bds cor King w and C^aroline. 
Easson, Robert G., broom maker, h Hess bet Market and Napier. 
Eagson, Wm., broom maker, bds King w cor Caroline. 
Easter, Samuel, prop. Fountain Hotel. 3G James. 
Eastman. Daniel W.. agent Ontario Marble Works, bds Catharine bet 

Rebecca and Henry. 
Eastwood. John. sen., h s s O'Reilly w of Walnut. 
EASTWOOD, JOHN, (J. Eastwood & Co.), h ss Main bet Catherine 

and Walnut. 
EASTWOOD, JOHN & CO., booksellers, stationers, and dealers in 

room papers, &c., 16 King e. (See adv.) 
Eaton, Hardcastle, laborer, h Little 3Iarket s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Eaton, Miss M. A., tailoress, h cor Catherine and Barton, 
Eaton, William, carpenter, G. W. R. 

Eccleston. Mrs. Cynthia, h East Markets s bet Ashley and '\Ventworth. 
Ecolestone, Samuel, confectioner, h w Main n s bet Queen and Pearl. 
ECCLESTONE, W. T.. confectioner, 10 King e, h same. (See adv.) 
Echlin, Henry, moulder, h w s West Ave bet Wilson and Rebecca. 
Echofi". Charles, cigar maker, h Broadway 
ECKERSON, LUTHER, photographer, 7 James bet King and York, 

h West Ave e s bet Henry and Wilson. (See adv.) 

Gent's Fnrnisliing Goo<ls, at €. FOSTER'S, corner 
King and McNab StreeUs. 



172 HAMILTON CITY 

Eckhardt, August, brewer, Hamilton Lager Beer Brewery, bds King 

cor Main, western limits. 
ECKITARDT. EDWARD, prop Hamilton Lager Beer Brewery, Main 

western limits, h same. 
Ede, William, porter, 21 King w, h same. 
Edgar, Mrs. Ann, (wid of Wm., h cor Colborne and McNab. 
Edgar, David, builder, b Locomotive e scor York. 
Edgar, Francis, carp., h McNab w s bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Edgar, Robert, lab., b Queen e s cor King. 
EDGAR, WILLIAM, lumber merchant, yard York n s cor Caroline, 

h York bet Caroline and Hess. 
Edgar, William, builder, shop York n s bet Locomotive and Railway. 
Edgar, William, carp., G.W.R., h Park w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
EDGAR, WILLIAM, chief clerk, general agency off G. W. R , bds 

Park bet Vine and Cannon. 
EDGCOMB, 0. W., painter and paper hanger, dealer in paints, oils, &c., 

cor King and Catherine, h cor King William and East Ave. 
Edgerton, Danl. D., general book agent; h Merrick s s bet Park and Bay 
Edinburgh Life Assurance Co., Isaac Mills, agent. 
Edmunds, Mrs. Mary, bus Barton bet John and Catherine. 
Edson, A. E., machinist, h McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Edwards, Charles P., boot and shoe manufacturer, 88 King w, h same, 
Edwards, John, dyer, h w s West Ave nr Henry. 
Edwards, Samuel, machinist, G.^V'.R., h Miles s s bet Caroline and Hess 
Edwards, Vincent, lab., h Union n s bet Hess and Queen. 
Edwards, Warren, h s s Peel bet John and Catherine. 
Egan, Edward, salesman, bds e s James opp Mulberry. 
Egan, Edward, fitter, G.W.R., h Railway w s bet York and Concession. 
EGAN, JAMES F., (Egan & Bartindale,) h s s Mulberry bet McNab 

and Park. 
EGAN, JOHN S., dealer in hats, caps, and furs, straw goods, &c., 8 

King e, h Mulberry bet Park and McNab. 
Et;an, Patrick, lab., h Ray w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Egan, Stephen F., shoemaker, h s s Mulberry bet Park and McNab. 
Eeran, Thomas, salesman, h cor Mulberry and Park. 
EGAN, THOMAS, fitter, G.W.R., h Lockw s cor Canada. 
EGAN & BARTINDALE, (James F. Egan & Thos. H. Bartindale,) 

dry goods and millinery, 12 James n. 
Egener, Fred., (F. Egener & Co.,) h n s King bet Catharine and Mary. 
EGENER, FREDERICK & CO., (F. Egener & Rudolph Rissman,) 
• wholesale and Retail dealers in wines and liquors, importers, &c., n 

s King bet Catherine and Mary. 
EGENER^ F. & CO., Billiard Rooms, n s King bet Catharine and 

Mary. 
Eichhorn, Maximillian, music teacher, h Hess w s cor King. 

C FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McXab ^Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 173 

Elder, Alexander, fitter, G-. W. R., h Little Main n s bet Queen and 

Ray. 
EUicott, Richard, carpenter, h w s Elgin bet Robert and Henry. 
Elliott, Mrs. Eliza, h e s McNab bet Concession and Colborne. 
Elliott, Henry E., tailor, h John nr Lind. 
Elliott, James, bootmaker, h head of Walnut, 
Elliott, John, carpenter, h head of Walnut- 
Elliott, John, carpenter. W. C. White, h head of Walnut. 
Elliott, John, porter, D. Galbraith & Co. 

Elliott, John, laborer, h n s Catharina bet Liberty and Wellington. 
Elliott, Robert, accountant, h s s Henry bet Cathcart and Ferguson Ave 
Ellis, David G., traveller, Harvey, Stuart & Co., h Peel bet John and 

Catharine, 
Ellis, George, fitter, G. W. R., Locomotive w s bet York and Concession. 
Ellis, James, harness maker, bds Kinsr, Mrs. Campbell's. 
Elms, Eusebe, boot and shoe maker, cor Hughson and Tyburn, h same. 
Elmslie, James, porter, bds cor Wilson and Stephen. 
Elrington, John, laborer, h Cannon n s bet Park and McNab. 
Elwell, J. car department, G. W. R. 
Elwell, Michael, laborer, h Bay bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
Elz, Philip, tailor, h John bet Augusta and Catharina. 
Emslie, John, book-keeper, h cor Stephen and Wilson. 
Engine House No. 2, n s King William bet Catharine and Mary. 
ENGINEER'S OFFICE, G. W. R., Bay ws cor Stuart. 
England, Robert W., moulder, h King east n s bet Nelson and Cathcart 
English, George, gardener, h Wentworth nr Main. 
English, Sydney S., farmer, h West Ave., e s bet Wilson and King 

William. 
Ennis, George, piano maker, h Canada n s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Enright, Maurice, coppersmith ass't., G. W. R. 
Enright, Mrs. Patrick, h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Enright, Thomas, laborer, h cor McNab and Picton. 
ETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF DUBLIN, John Clark & Co., 

agents, office John cor King. 
Euler, John, tailor, h John bet Aueusta and Catharina. 
EUROPEAN HOTEL, John Kerner, proprietor, 72 King w. 
Evans, Anne. IMrs., boarding house, Little Market, s s cor Ray. 
EVANS, DANIEL, merchant tailor, 89 James north, h same. 
Evans, Mrs. Ellen, h Park w s, cor SheaflFe. 

Evans, Rev. Ephraim, (Wes. Methodist) h w s Hughson cor Murray, 
Evans, E. L., carpet weaver, h E Market bet West Ave and Wellington. 
Evans, Mrs. Harriet, candies, King east n s bet Mary and Nelson. 
Evans, Mrs. Nancy, h n s Picton bet McNab and Bay. 
Evans, Rees, printer, h Caroline e sbet Market and Napier. 
Evans, Robert, carpenter, h McNab bet Mulberry and Murray. 

Fashionable Clothing, at V. TOSTT^U^S, corner King 
and McXah Streets. 



174 HAMILTON CITY 

Evans, Robert, commission merchant. Bowery w s cor Robinson. 

Evans, Robert, salesman, bds King n s bet Caroline and Bay. 

Evans, Thomas, h John e s bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Evans, Thomas, new and second hand store, 91 King east, h same. 

Evans, Thomas, hammerman, Gr. W. R. 

Evans, William, Fox and Hounds tavern, York s s nr Bridge, h same. 

Everett, Jacob, porter, h s s Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Everett, Vincent, biscuit baker, h Union n s bet Hess and Caroline. 

Eves, James E. bottler, Bilton's, bds Market s s nr McNab. 

Ewen, John, vrood cutter, h s s Augusta bet James and Hughson. 

Ewing, Mrs. Alexander, h McNab w s bet Peel and Bold. 

Ewing, Wm., machinist, h ns Concession bet James and McNab. 



Fagan, Frank, rope maker, bds n s Stuart cor Hughson. 

Fagan, John, blacksmith, h s s Stuart bet John and Hughson. 

Fagan, Robert, japanner, h Caroline e s, bet Market and Napier. 

Fairbairn, John, clerk, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bond and Bowery. 

Fairbairn, J. J., salesman, h Palmerston Terrace. 

Fairclough, James, wheelwright, h Pearl bet George and Main. 

FAIRGRIEVE, JOHN, commission merchant and market clerk, e s 

McNab bet King and Market, h Charles nr Peel. 
FAIRGRIEVE, CAPTAIN JOHN, h Bowery w s, bet Bold and Du.ke. 
Fairley, Benj., cooper, h w s Wentworth n of G. W. R, 
Fairley, Wm., cooper, h w s Wentworth n of G. W. R. 
Fairman, Marcus H., painter, h s s King: William bet Mary and Walnut, 
Fairweather, John, carpenter, h Main s s cor Bond, 
Falchee, J., car department, G. W. R. 
Falchee, P., car department, G. W. R. 
Fallis, Lawrence, tinsmith, h cor Tyburn and Catherine. 
Fannan, John, laborer, h Cherry bet Maria and George. 
Fanning, Edward, carpenter, h w s Lock s of creek. 
Fanning, Michael, farmer. Lock w s south of Creek. 
Fardy, Mrs. Mary, h s s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 
Parish, Mrs. F., h cor Augusta and John. 
Parish, John, accountant, h s s Gore cor Hughson. 
FARLEY, JOHN, dealer in stoves, tin, copper and sheet iron ware. 

e s McNab bet King and Market, h Catherine nr Gore. 
Farley, Owen, laborer, h Inchbury e s bet York and Canal, 
Farley, Robert, tinsmith, bds cor King and James. 
FARMER, WM., plumber and gas fitter, and dealer in coal oil, 98 and 

100 James bet Gore and Henry, and McNab nr Market Square, h 

98 James. 

Gent's Furuisliing Goods, at €. FO^iT£R'/S corner 
King and McNab S^treets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIEECTORY, 175 

Farmer, Wm., tailor, h e's John bet Peel and Augusta.' 

Farmers' Home Inn, Conrad Keid, prop., e s John opp "Wood Market. 

Farmers' Hotel, John Sutterby, prop., 3IcXab, Market Square. 

Farr, David, helper, G. W. R., h w s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 

Farr, James, bricklayer, h s s OTieilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Farr, John, lab., h w s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 

Farr, Thomas, brewer, h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 

FARRELL, RIGHT REV. JOHN, (R. C. Bishop,) Bishop's Palace 

s s Sheaflfe bet Park and Bay. 
Farren, Timothy, pensioner, bds s s King William bet James and 

Hughson. 
Faulknor, John, bricklayer, h Broadway s s cor Pearl. 
Faulknor, Joseph, builder, h Broadway s s cor Pearl. 
Faulknor, Robert J., bricklayer, h Broadway cor Pearl. 
Faulknor, Thomas E., lab., h Broadway s s cor Pearl. 
Faulks. Robert, gardener with Miss May. 
FAUSTMAN, ERNST, cooper and vinegar manufacturer, w s John 

bet Rebecca and Gore, h same. 
Fawcett, Mrs. Mary Ann, h s s Gore bet James and Hughson. 
FEARMAN, FREDERICK W., provision dealer and commission 

merchant. McNab nr Market, h Duke nr Emerald. 
Fearnside, Edward C, estate agent. East Market n s bet Stephen and 

Ashley. 
Feast, Edwin B.. machinist, h Bay w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Feast, Mrs. Mary, h Bay w s. 2 doors n Judd's factory. 
Feckley, William, stone cutter, h Bold s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Fee, Thomas, cab driver, h Union n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Feeley, Cornelius, clerk. Engineer's off., G.W.R., res E. Flamboro'. 
Feeley, James, clerk. Engineer's off., G.W.R. , res E. Flamboro'. 
Fegth, Andrew, marble cutter, h Bold bet Caroline and Hess. 
Felger, Jacob, tailor, h John bet Augusta and Catharina. 
Fell, Henry K., jeweller, s s Market Square, h same. 
Fell, William, general engraver and printer, s s Market Square, h same. 
Felson, Mrs. 3Iargaret, laundress, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
Fender, David, carp, and joiner, h Hess w s n of York. 
Fenton, John, peddler, h e s Cathcart bet King and East Market. 
Fenton, Mrs. Mary, he s Catherine bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Fenton, William J., agent, Buchanan & Co., h e s Rebecca bet Ferguson 

Ave and Mary. 
Fenton, William J., book-keeper, McKenzie &, MacKay, res Dundas. 
Ferguson. Mrs. Andelusia, h Ferguson Ave e s, n of Henry. 
FERGUSON, JOHN W., (Martin & Ferguson), h n e cor Market 

and Hess. 
FERGUSSON, JOHN W., M. D., physician and surgeon, coronerTor 

County of Went worth, surgery and house No. 1 Gore e of James. 

C. FOSTER, Merchant Tailor, corner King and 
McNab Streets. 



176 HAMILTON CITY 

Ferguson, Wm., tailor, h East Market s s bet Nelson and Wellington. 

Ferrie, Mrs. Adam., h McNab w s bet Peel and Bold. 

Ferrie, Colin, bds Queen foot of Mountain. 

FERRIE, JOHN, (Vice-Preside at Canada Life Assurance Co.), 
Queen e s foot of Mountain. 

Ferris, Mrs , h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 

Ferris, Thomas, lab., h Cherry bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Fibbs, John, h Kinge bet Ashley and Wentworth. 

Fiddler, Samuel, sailor, h r n s Barton bet Hughson and John. 

FIELD, JOHN, (Field & Davidson), h e s Mary bet Rebecca and 
King William. 

Field, W. J., salesman, bds Mary bet King William and Rebecca. 

FIELD & DAVIDSON, (John Field and Charles Davidson), saddlery, 
hardware trunks, &c., wholesale and retail, 18 James n. 

FIELDING JOSEPH, manufacturer and dealer ia hats, caps and 
furs, s w cor King and Bond, h s s Maiden Lane bet Hess and 
Queen. 

FIELDS, JOHN C, hides, leather and findings, 32 King w, h King 
e bet Nelson and Mary. 

FILGIANO, THEOPHILUS, L. P., dentist, James cor King, h 
s w cor Murray and McNab. 

Finch, Miles, clerk, Victoria Mutual Fire Insurance Co. , h c cor Vic- 
toria Ave and North. 

Finch, Wm., salesman, 20 King e, bds Victoria Ave. 

Finch, W. H., foreman Copp Bros , h w s Victoria Ave cor North. 

Findlay, Henry, lab., h s s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 

FINDLAY, WM. F., ofl&cial assignee, accountant and agent for Lon- 
don Assurance Co., London, Eng., and ^tna Insurance Co., of 
Hartford, Conn., James opp Gore, h Portland Place, Upper James. 

Finlay, Robert, moulder, h Hutchinson opp Glass Works. 

Finlayson, George, baker, h Union n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Finlayson, George, baker, [G. Stevenson], h Little Main. 

FINLEY, CHRISTOPHER J., prop. Steamboat Hotel, McNab cor 
of Burlington. 

Finley, James, shoemaker, h w s Catherine bet Henry and Gore. 

Finley, Robert, moulder, h e s Hughson bet Hannah and Warren. 

Finn, Mrs. Eliza, h York s s bet Ray and Pearl. 

Finn, Thomas, ostler, bds McNab cor Merrick. 

Finnigan, Patrick, hack driver, bds British Hotel, cor John and Main. 

Finton, John, peddler, h Cathcart bet King and King William. 

Firkins, Charles, salesman, bds King e bet Nelson and Walnut. 

Fisel, George [. laborer, h Hunter s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Fisher, Daniel E. h York s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Fisher, Mrs. James, h Bowery bet Anderson and Roberson. 

Fisher, Wellesly, clerk, h Bowery w s bet Roberson and Anderson, 

Gent's Furnisliiiis Goods, at C. FOSTER'S;* corner 
King and McXab Streets. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 177 

Fitt, Thomas, salesman, F. TV. Gates & Co. 

Fitzgerald, James, laborer, G-. W. R. bds Roach's. 

Fitzgerald, John, teamster, Judds. 

Fitzgerald John, laborer, h Walnut bet Maria and Hannah. 

Fitzgerald, J., laborer, G. W. R. 

Fitzgerald, Lawrence, laborer, G. W. R. 

Fitzgerald, Major, 68th Regt., h Miles ss bet Caroline and Hess. 

Fitzgerald, William, market stable. Market s s bet McNab and Park. 

Fitzgerald, Wm., propr., Farmer's Hotel, King w opp. Charles. 

Fitzhenry, Wm., carpenter, h w s Mary bet Barton and Stinson. 

Fitzmorris. Mrs. Julia, h cor Aurora and Catharina. 

FITZPATRICK, KENNEY, (Fitzpatrick & Bro.,) h Napier s s he^ 

Bay and Caroline. 
FITZPATRICK, MARTIN, ( Fitzpatrick & Bro.,) h w s Park cor 

Cannon. 
Fitzpatrick, Peter, carpenter, h w s Mary bet Henry and Lind. 
FITZPATRICK &BRO.,(Kenney and Martin Fitzpatrick,) painters, 

glaziers, paper-hangers, &c., 33 York. 
Flack, Mrs. Jane, h Little William w s bet Barton and South. 
Flanigan, James, salesman, bds n w cor John and Rebecca. 
Flegel, Peter, laborer, h Dundurn w s bet King and Main. 
Fleming, Dennis, custom house teamster, h Stuart e James. 
Fleming, John, grocer, cor Catharine and Barton, h same. 
Fleming, John, blacksmith, h s s Tyburn bet James and Hughson, 
Fleming. 3Iartin, tailor, h John bet Henry and Gore. 
Fleming, Dennis, pensioner, h w s John bet Gore and Henry, 
Fleming John, carter, Tyburn s s bet James and Hughson. 
Fletcher, C. M. barber h Peel s s bet Walnut and Catharine. 
FLETCHER, GEORGE, wholesale and retail dealer in crockery, 

^lass, oil, oil lamps and general house-furnishing goods, 22 

John n, h same. 
Fletcher, James, blacksmith, Pearl bet Little Main and Little Market. 
Fletcher, John, machinist, G.W.R.,h w s Miles bet York and Concession, 
Fletcher, Joseph, boot and shoemaker, York n s bet Bay and Caroline, 

h Ray w s cor Little Main. 
Flett, Mrs. Margaret, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
Flett, Peter, clerk, h Hunter bet Queen and Hess. 
Flett, Captain Thomas, h Park e s bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Flett, Captain William, h Park e s bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Flexser, Mrs. Sarah Jane, tailoress, h King w n s bet Hess and Queen. 
Flictcrof t, Seth, fitter, bds s s King w nr Caroline. 
Flictcroft, Thomas, moulder, bds s s King nr Caroline. 
Flinn, Edward, hammerman, G. W. R. 
Flood, Mrs. James, h Concession nr Locomotive. 



For Fine fSilver and Flectro-Plate, go to Goldsmith's 

Hall, T. B. jyXFWABD, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 

23 



178 HAMILTON CITY 

FLOOK, WM., prop. Ontario Hotel, Stuart opp G. W. R. Station. 

Flynr, Edward, laborer, h cor Queen and Concession. 

Flynn, James, broom maker, h Cherry bet 0'E.eilly and Peel. 

Flynn, John, blacksmith, h Maria bet Cherry and Wellington. 

Flynn, John, laborer, h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Flynn, Martin, cigar maker, h Little Gore s s bet Mary and Elgin. 

Flynn, Matthew, laborer, h Bay w s opp Stinson. 

Flynn, Michael, cigar maker, h Little Gore. 

Flynn, M. W. shoemaker, h Maria bet Aurora and. Wellington. 

Flynn, Thomas, moulder, h 88 Hughson. 

Poland. Frank, machinist, h Wellington bet King William and Rebecca. 

Foley, Daniel, laborer, h Cherry opp Hannah. 

Foley, Mrs. N., h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 

Folkes, James, shoemaker, h Wellington bet Maria and George. 

FORBES, ALEX., potash manufiicturer, cor Wellington and Barton, 

h West Ave nr Rebecca. 
FORBES, A. P., stock broker and insurance agent, office King Wil- 
Forbes, David, potash maker, h Elgin bet Henry and Gore. 

Ham cor James, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bond and Bowery. 
Forbes, Frederick J. B., auctioneer, Anglo-American blk., h Main s s 

bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Forbes, John, trackman, G.W.R., h n s East nr West Ave. 
Forbes, William, pot asb maker, h cor Wellington and Barton. 
Ford, James, propr.. Ford's Hotel, 45 James n. 
Ford, John, lab., h w s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Ford, John, cardept., G.W.R. 

Ford, Mrs. Nehemiah, h Napier s s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Ford, Thaddeus S., blacksmith, h Bold n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Ford, William, painter, h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 
Forrest, Alexander, wire-worker, h Ray e s bet Little Market and York. 
Forrest, James, Manchester Hotel, Bay w s bet Murray and Stuart. 
Forrest, John, wire-worker, h Ray e s bet Little Market and York. 
FORSTER, A. M., manufacturer boiler compound, h n s Stinson bet 

Catherine and Mary. 
FORSTER, P. N., agent for boiler purger, h n s Henry bet Catherine 

and John. 
FORSTER, GEORGE J., (G. J. Forster & Co.,) h Burlington Ter- 
race s s Herkimer. 
FORSTER, G. J. & CO., wholesale grocers, wine and spirit merchants, 

s e cor King and Charles. 
Forster, Mrs. Jane, h West Ave e s bet Henry and Wilson. 
Forsyth, Walter, tailor, h Merrick n s bet Park and Bay. 
Forsyth, William, tinsmith, h s s Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 
FOSSIER, JULIUS, prof of music, li King bet Catharina a nd Maria. 

For Fine Gold ami Silver Fnglisli Himting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWABO, Goldsmith's Hall, 
1'^ liiug-St.. Hamiltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 179 

FOSTER, CHARLES, merchant tailor and clothier, King cor McXab, 
h e s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. (See bottom lines.) 

Foster. Charles H. clerk, bds Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 

FOSTER, JAMKS, cutter, ( C. Foster ) h w s John bet Gore and 
Henry. 

Foster, John, engine driver, h Park w s bet Vine and Cannon. 

Foster, Joseph, fireman, h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession. 

Foster, J. P. carpenter, h King William cor Nelfon. 

Fowkes, Thomas, linen draper, 11 King William h ^-IcNab bet Sheatte 
and Colborne. 

Fowler, Benjamin, scale maker, h West Ave., e s bet Henry and Robert. 

Fowler, John, tailor, h King e Tp. Barton. 

Fox, Geo., laborer, h Cherry bet Main and Tyburn. 

Fox, John, carpenter, h Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Fox, W. S., gardener, h s s SheaiFe bet Bay and Park. 

Foyster, James P., confectioner, h East Market s s head Nelson. 

Foyster, John, prop. Burlington House, cor James and Burlington. 

Foyster, J., ice merchant, Burlington nr James. 

Francis, Wm. H.. barber and hair dresser, Hughson nr Times olhce, 

Frank, Charles, glue maker, b Mary bet Wood and Base. 

Franz, Henry G., tailor, bds John. 

Eraser, Alex., harness maker, h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Eraser, Charles J., clerk. Registry Office, h Catherine bet Maria and 
Catharina. 

Eraser, John, cutter, (Lawson Bros.), h Catherine bet Maria and 
Catharina, 

Eraser, Peter, (P. Eraser & Co.). China Bazaar, bds Royal Hotel. 

Eraser, William, srocer and provision dealer, 9 John s, h same. 

ERASER, PETER & CO., china, glass and fancy goods.China Bazaar, 
cor James and King. 

Fraugott, Richard, tailor, 26 York s s. h same. 

Frazer, Geo., teamster, h n s Strachan bet James and McNab. 

Fredenburgh, George, cigar maker, h e s Plughson bet Oak and Unicu. 

Fredericks, Charles^ cigar maker, h King s s bet Park and Bay. 

Freeborn, Thomas, painter, h cor Wilson and Elgin. 

FREE?>:AN, CHARLES, (Freeman & Bro.), h e s James bet Mul- 
berry and Henry. 

Freeman, Clarence, clerk, bds Upper James. 

FEREMAN, FRANCIS, (Freeman & Bro.), h e s James opp Mulberry. 

Freeman, Joseph J., shoe maker, h Ferguson Ave e s bet Little Gore 
and Henry. 

Freeman, John, car department, G. W. R. 

Freeman, John, clerk, mechanical superintendent's office, G. W. R., h 
• Barton bet John and Catherine. 

For Heavy ^Vecltliiig, !!»igiiet and licm Kiiii^is, go to 
T. B. STEUAKI>, i^ol<lsmUli'!!i Mall, 12 King-St., 
Hamiltou. 



180 HAMILTON CITY 

Freeman, P. J., sawyer, h s s Barton bet John and Hughson. 
FREEMAN, S. B., Q. C, (Freeman & Craigie), Crown Attorney, h 

Upper James. 
Freeman, William H., painter, h East Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
Freeman, Zenas, farmer, h Market n s bet Bay and Park. 
FREEMAN & BRO., (Francis & Charles,) grocers, provision, wine and 

liquor dealers, bakers and confectioners, e s James opp Mulberry. 
FREEMAN & CRAIGIE, (S. B. Freeman, Q.C., & Wm. Craigie,) 

barristers, &c., n s Main bet James and Hughson. 
FREEMAN & MAHONEY, (J. G. Freeman & J. C. Mahoney) boots 

and shoes, 26 King e. 
Freeth, John, butcher, h McNab e s bet Main and Tyburn. 
French, George, carp., h e s "Wentworth. 
FREW, ARCHIBALD, accountant, Hendrie & Co,, h Cathcart bet 

Henry and Little Gore. 
Fricker, VV alter, machinist, h Glove bet Wellington and Liberty. 
FRIER, WM., (Frier & Dale,) h s s Peel bet Hughson and James. 
FRIER & DALE, (Wm. Frier & Robt. Dale,) dry goods, commission 

merchants, King, w McNab. 
Fristram, G., tender -fitter, G.W.R. 

Fryer, William, watchmaker, h Cannon n s bet Park and Bay. 
Fachs, John, harness maker, h John w s bet Wood Market and Peel: 
Fuller, John, lab., h Wentworth n s bet Lock and Margaret. 
Fuller, Richard, speculator, h w s Cathcart nr Henry. 
Fulton, Wm., lab., bds 10 King e. 
Furlong, John, laborer, h cor Maria and Wellington. 
Furlong, Moses, prop. Railroad Hotel, foot James e s. 
Furlong, Thomas, blacksmith, G. W. R. 

FURNER, G. H., (G. H. Furner & Co.), h Duke, bet James & McNab. 
FURNER, G- H. & CO., wholesale millinery, straw and fancy goods, 

D. Mclnnes' block. King e. 
Furness, Edmund M., marble cutter, h Market s s bet Park and Bay. 
FURNIVALL, THOMAS G., tailor, 58 James, h Miles s s bet 

Caroline and Hess. 



Gadner, John, fancy goods, 65 King w, h same. 

Gage, A. W., commercial traveller, h 43 Rebecca bet Mary and Fer- 
guson Ave. 
Gage, Mrs. Elizabeth, (widow) h e s Marj bet Rebecca and Henry. 
GAGE, ROBERT, R., barrister and solicitor, off 2 John s, h Tp Barton. 
Gahagan, Michael, whip-maker, h Rebecca bet Mary and Nelson. 
Gaharty, Samuel, lab., bds McNab cor Merrick. 

For Haiidsoiue French and Englisli Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWABI>, Goldsmitli's Hall, 18 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 181 

GAINES, JOSEPH H., barber and hairdresser, 24 King w, h same. 
GALBRAITH, DAVID, (D. Galbraith & Co.) h Palmerston Terrace, 

Maiden Lane. 
Galbraith, Jlrs. Elizabeth, widow, h Merrick, n s, bet Park and Bay, 
Galbraith, John, travelling agent, h n s Augusta betHughson and John. 
GALBRAITH, D. & GO. (David Galbraith and Thomas Christie), 

manufacturers and importers of hats, caps and straw goods, 13 and 

15 King bet James and McNab. (see adv't). 
Galbreaith, John, proprietor Vege;;able Pain Killer, h cor Hughson and 

Augusta. 
Galbreaith, N. D., salesman, bds cor Main and Cherry. 
GALBREAITH, WALTER D. (Ontario Vinegar Co.) h Main bet 

Catherine and "Walnut. 
Galdart, William, brass finisher, h Locomotive w s bet York and 

Concession. 
Gallaghan, Michael, shoemaker, h 55 Rebecca. 
Gallagher, George, boiler maker, Inchbury w s bet York and Canal. 
Gallagher, James, laborer, h s s Main near Catherine. 
Gallagher, Robert, tailor, York s s bet Bay and Caroline, h same. 
Gallavan, Mrs. Ann, h e s Spring bet Main and Tyburn. [Square. 

GALLOWAY, JONATHAN, (Duncan & Galloway) h Wellington 
Galvin, Michael, moulder, h Park w s bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 
Galvin, Peter, York n s near Bridge. 
Gauge, John, printer, h s s Tyburn bet Cherry and Spring. 
Gardner, Frederick, machinist, h Maria bet Hughson and John. 
Gardner, George, butcher, stall 40 City Market, h Tp. Barton. 
Gardner, John, laborer, h s s Catharina nr Cherry- 
Gardner, Mrs. Mary, h Caroline w s cor Bold. 
GARRETT, JA31ES S., produce commission merchant, Wentworth 

Chambers, h Park w s cor Vine. 
Garrett, John, (John Garrett & Co-) h n s Merrick bet Park and McNab. 
Garrett, John & Co-, boots and shoes, 9 King w bet James and McNab. 
Garrity, Samuel, hostler, h Napier s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Garson, David, carpenter, h Hunter n s bet Queen and Hess. 
Garson, David, (Yates & Garson), manager of cooperage attached to 

Ontario Packing House, h Hunter between Hess and Queen, 
Garvey, Michael, laborer, h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 
GARVIN, JAMES, insurance agent, office 50 James street n, h Caro- 
line w s bet York and Miles. 
Garwood, Robt., clerk, h s s Augusta, bet James and Hughson. 
Gaskill, Henry, pattern maker, h e s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Gaskin, Joseph, car department G. W. R., h Bay w s opp Stinson. 
GATES, FREDERICK W. (F. W. Gates & Co.), h 3 Burlington 

Terrace, s s Herkimer. 

For low priced and ^ood American, Clocks, go to 
T. H. STt^WAllU, Cioldsmitli'!^ Mall, 13 King-St., 
Maiuiltou. 



182 HAMILTON CITY 

GATES, JOSEPH L., detective, G. W. R., h Henry bet Elgin and 

Ferguson Ave. 
GATES, F. W. & CO., dry goods, wholesale, Commercial Buildings, 

Kisg w. 
Gauld, Wm., porter, li McNab nr Vine. 
Gay, James, cashier, (^Spectator office) h Hughson bet Catharina and 

Market Square. 
Gay, Walter, carpenter, h Cameron n s bet Bay and Railway. 
Gayfer, Harry, salesman, bds King William nr Mary. 
Geary, John, laborer, h s s Catharina nr Cherry. 
Geddes, Charles, laborer h s s Guise bet Hughson and John, 
GEDDES, REV. J. G., M. A., Rector Christ Church, h w s John bet 

Lind and Henry. 
Geddes, John G. jr., clerk, bds w s John bet Lind and Henry. 
Geddes, Massey, clerk, G. W. R., bds Ray cor Robert. 
Geddes, Wm. A., clerk, bds cor John and Peel. 
Geddes, Wm. N., barrister, h Ray w. s. cor Robert. 
Gehrt, Frederick, stone cutter, h Bold s s bet Caroline and Hes?. 
Geiss, Wm., machinist, w s James bet Cannon and Vine, h same, 
Geldart, Wm., turner, G. W. R. 
GENERAL OFFICES, G. W. R., Stuart cor Bay. 
GENERAL PURCHASING AGENT'S OFFICE, G.W. R., James 

Howard, Agent, cor Bay and Stewart. 
Gentle, John, carpenter, h Margaret w s bet King and Main. 
George, Robert, tailor, h n s Peel bet Cherry and Liberty. 
Gerhart, John, machinist, bds McNab bet Merrick and York. 
GERMAN CHURCH, Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
GERMAN WESLEYAN CHURCH, cor Rebecca and Ferguson Ave. 
GETZ, GEORGE, practical watchmaker and jeweller, 22 York s s, nr 

Market, h same. 
Geyst, John, laborer, h Rock Bay. 

Gibb, Albert, paper bag maker, h King e bet Wellington and West Ave. 
Gibbons, George, car department, G. W. R. 
Gibbons, William, laborer, h Bay w s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Gibbons, William, car department, G. W. R., hns Concession bet 

James and McNab. 
Gibbons, Wm., telegraph operator, G. W. R.,hns Concession bet 

James and McNab. 
Gibbs, Mrs. Albina, h s s King w nr Dunbarton. 
Gibbs, Mrs. John P., h Napier n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Gibson, John, laborer, h King East n s bet Ashley and Wentworth. 
GIBSON, JOHN M., barrister, solicitor in chancery, &c., &c. , James 

cor King, hns Murray bet James and McNab. 
Gibson, Nelson, cook, hns Catherine bet Lind and Henry. 
Gilbert, James, clerk, h King e bet AYalnut and Nelson. 

For Handsoiue Scarf Pins and ^iliirt Studs, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Ooldsmith's Hall, 13 Kiug-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 183 

Gilbert, John, tailor, h Caroline w s bet York and Miles. 

GILDEx\, CHARLES F., groceries, liquors and provisions, cor King 

w and Pearl. 
GildoD, Henry, grocer and provision dealer, n e cor King William and 

Nelson, h same. 
Gilkison, Charles, clerk, American Consul's office, h cor Park and 

Cannon, 
Gilkison, Grant, h Cannon n s cor Park, 
Gilkison, Mrs. Hannah, h Cannon n scor Park. 
Gill, Joseph P»,., carpenter, h Bowery w s cor Maiden Lane. 
Gillard, John, salesman, F. W. Gates & Co. 
Gillard, W. G., h King e bet Wentworth and Emerald. 
GILLARD, WM. H., (James Turner & Co.), h s s King e opp Ashley. 
Gillean, Thomas, machinist, h Locomotive e sbet Yoik and Concession. 
GILLESBY, THOMAS, Cricketers' Saloon, Market n s bet Park and 

McNab. 
GILLESBY, WM., flour, feed, wool and general dealer. No. 1 John s, 

h 35 Rebecca bet Mary and Henry. 
GILLESBY, WILLIAM, h Margaret w s bet King and Main. 
GILLESPIE, GEORGE H., (Brown, Gillespie & Co.), res Bleak 

House, Mountain. 
Gillespie, Hugh, groceries, provisions, wines and liquors, cor McNab and 

Wilson, h same. 
Gillespie, John, machinist, bds Mechanics' Hotel, opp Wood Market. 
Gillespie, Wm., pattern maker, h w s John bet Stuart and Murray. 
GILLIES, DAVID, (Buntin, Gillies & Co.), h Bold s s bet James and 

McNab. 
GILLIES WILLIAM, grocer. King w n e cor Pearl, h same. 
Gillies, Wm., foreman Simmon's lumber yard, h Colborne s s cor Bay. 
Gilroy, Wm., lab., h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Gilmore, John, carpenter, h Ray w s bet Canada and William. 
Gilmore, George, butcher, h King ens bet Nelson and Cathcart. 
Gilmore, Robert C, broom maker, h Hess e s bet Market and Napier. 
GILMORE, WM., shoemaker, 1 John n, h w s Wellington bet Wilson 

and Gore. 
Gilmore, Wm. S., salesman, h n s Main bet Spring and Cherry. 
Gilmour, William,^boilermaker, G. W. R., h Broadway n s bet Ray 

and Pearl. 
Gilmour, Wm., commission agent, James opp the Gore, h 89 Rebecca. 
Gilpin, Angus, h King William cor Wellington. 
Gilpin Dynes, carpenter, carpenter, h n s King William bet Nelson and 

Wellington. 
GILRAY, REV. JAMES, Methodist Episcopal, h c s John bet Gore 

and Henry. 
Given, Mrs. Margaret, h s s Henry bet James and Hughson. 

For Best Table Cutlery* go to T. B. STEWAKW, 
Goidsmitli's Hall, 13 Kiug-iSt., Maniiltou. 



184 HAMILTON CITY 

Gives, Hezekiah, shoemaker, h e s James nr Stuart. 

Glackmeyer, Mrs. Edward, h Park e s cor Sheaffe. 

Glass, Galbraith, shoemaker, li w s Cathcart bet Wilson and Little Gore. 

Glass, James, stone cutter, h e s John bet Lind and Barton. 

Glass, John, cutter, h s s Peel nr Wellington. 

Glass, Mrs. Mary A., (widow Wm.) boarding house, Bay |bet Sheaffe 

and Colborne. 
GLASSCO, H. WILLIAM, h Anderson n e bet Hess and Caroline. 
GLASSCO, JOHN T„ (W. H. Glassco & Son), h 
Glassco, W. H., [W. H. Glassco & Son], h cor Hughson and Hannah. 
GLASSCO, W. H. & SON, (W. H. Glassco and John T. Glassco), im- 
porters and wholesale hatters and furriers, cor King and Hughson. 
Gleason, Dennis, shoemaker, bds e s Mary bet Bebecca and Wilson. 
Gleason, Joseph, cooper, h Wentworth e sbet Barton and G. W. R. 
Gleason, Patrick, butcher, h Wentworth e s bet Barton and G. W. R. 
Gleason, Michael, boiler maker, cor Inchbury and Mary's Lane. 
Glenn, Mrs. James, h 76 Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 
Glennie, Henry carpenter, h Wentworth, n s west of Margaret. 
Glua, Mrs. Mary Ann, h Napier s s cor Hess. 
Glue, Mrs. h Margaret e s bet King and Main. 
Godfrey, Wm., machinist, h Catherine e s bet Lind and Barton. 
Godkin, William, tinsmith, bds Bay e s nr York. 
GOEPP, REV. GODFREY, B. A., German Lutheran Church, cor 

Bay and Market, h Hess w s bet King and Market. 
GOERING, JOHN W., importer of French and German wines, 53 

James, h same, (see card,) 
Goering, Leonard, with John W. Goering. 
Goff, George, Painter, h Catharine w s bet Lind and Barton. 
Golden, Miss Mary, seamstress, h Mary w s bet Henry and Lind. 
Goldrich, Leopold, ( Goldrich & Roos, ) h King east n s bet Catherine 

and Henry. 
Goldrich & Roop, clothiers,. King east, n s bet Catharine and Mary. 
Goodfellow, Mrs. h Cherry cor Hannah. 
Goodfellow, John W. shoemaker, h Ferguson Ave., bet East Market 

and Rebecca. 
Goodwin, Joshua A. h Hess w s, 

Goodyer, Wm.. laborer, hBay es bet Market and York. 
Gordon, James, clerk, P. 0. 

Gordon, James A. tinsmith, h Elgin e s bet Henry and Little York. 
Gordon, Mrs. Janet, h James w s bet Peel and Bold. 
Gordon, Robert, carpenter, h Wellington bet Catharina and Grove, 
Gordon. Mrs. Sarah, h w s Elgin bet Little Gore and Henry. 
Gordon, Wm., cooper, King William s s bet John and Hughson, hue 

cor Catharine and Rebecca. 

For Solid Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smith's Hall, T. B. ST£WARI>, 12 King-St., Ham- 
ilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 185 

GORE BANK, King cor Hughson, W. G. Cassels, cashier. 
Gorman, Patrick, moulder, h. Walnut bet Peel and Augusta- 
Gorman, Thomas, moulder, h cor "Walnut and Peel. 
GORVIN, JOHN, importer and manufacturer of first class boots and 

shoes, Mechanics' Hall building, James, h James nr Lynd. (See 

advt.) 
Gouinlock, John, salesman, bds Cook's Hotel. 
Gould, G. H., fruit and oyster depot. 54 James, h same. 
Gould, James, marble cutter, h Pearl w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Gourlays, Miss, h West Ave bet Main and Peel. 
Govier, James, shoemaker, h n s King William bet Wellington and 

Nelson. 
Gow, William, stone cutter, h Elgin e s bet Henry and Little Gore. 
Grace, Thomas, hack owner, h w s Spring bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Graham, Alexander, cabinet maker, h Napier n s nr Bay. 
Graham, Daniel, carpenter, h e s Catherine nr Barton. 
Graham, James, laborer, h e s Cathcart bet Henry and Little Gore 
Graham, James, carpenter, h Park w s bet Concession and Murray, 
Graham, John, machinist, h Ray w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Graham, John, carpenter, h Napier n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Graham, John, fitter, G. W. R., h Little William w s bet Barton and 

South. 
Graham, Robert, S£jt., City Police, h James w s nr Rail R. Bridge. 
Graham, Thomas E. salesman, bds McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Graham, William, foreman. Cooper's carriage factory, h Florence 

Block. 
Graham, William, machinist, R. W. Wanzer & Co. 
Grainger, John C. peddler, h e s Hughson bet Wood and Base, 
Granger, Henry, messenger, 3Ierchant's Bank of Canada, h same. 
GRAM ME R SCHOOL, Caroline cor Main. 
Grant, Alexander, tailor, h Peel n s nr Cherry. 
Grant, Alexander R. watch and clock maker, h Park w s bet Cannon 

and Mulberry. 
Grant, Mrs. Annie, (widow, ) h Cherry bet Tyburn and Peel- 
Grant, Frank, rope maker, bds St. Lawrence Terrace. 
Grant, Maj. Charles C, h Main n s bet Charles and McNab. 
Grant, Mrs. Margaret, grocer, h s s Tyburn cor Cherry. 
GRANT PETER, (Grant & Midlewood),h King e cor Wentwoth. 
Grant, Robert, book-keeper, h Cannon bet James and McNab. 
GRANT, WM. W., sail loft, Bay bet McCauley and Burlington, h 

opposite. 
GRANT & MIDDLE WOOD, (Peter Grant and Joseph Middlewood,) 

proprs. Spring Brewery, Bay bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. (see card.) 
Gray, Charles, laborer, h Concession Road n s nr Garth. 



For Fine Silver and Flectro-Plate, go to Ooldsuiitli's 
Hall, T. B. lyXFWARD, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 

24 



186 HAMILTON CITY 

Gray, Henry, foreman of laborers, G. W, K., h McNab bet Simcoe and 

Wilson. 
Gray, James, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
Gray, Robt., merchant tailor, h Hughson nr Augusta. 
Gray, Robt., laborer, h McNab w s bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
Gray, Mrs. Ruth, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
GRAYSON, GEORGE, steel spring manufacturer, Bond w s bet King 

and Main h Caroline bet Market and Napier. 
GRAYSON, J. W., editor Times, bds Anglo-American Hotel. 
GREAT WESTERN HOTEL, J.E. Dallyn, proprietor, cor Murray 

and James. 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY OFFICES, Stuart bet McNab 

and Bay. 
Grebenau, Louis, jeweller, W. H. Rudel, bds 18 York. 
GREEN, ALFRED J., wholesale brush manufacturer, 16 and 18 John 

n, h same, (see card.) 
Green. Edwin, wood turner, Little James n s, bet Pearl and Lock, h 

same. 
Green, James, machinist, h w s Ferguson Ave bet Little Gore and Wilson. 
Green, John, fancy goods, n s Kinge, bet Mary and Nelson, h same. 
GREEN, JOHN W., watchmaker, jeweller and dealer in fancy goods, 

28 King w. 
Green, Joseph, cigar maker, York s s bet Park and Bay, h same. 
Green, Joseph, E., cigar maker, h s s Merrick bet Park and Bay. 
Green, Richard, grocer, Ray e s cor Little Main. 
Green, Richard, watchman, G. W. R., h Little James n s cor Pearl. 
Green William, laborer, h Pearl e s bet King and Broadway. 
GREEN, WILLIAM, sen., farmer, lot No- 9, 4th concession, Town- 
ship Barton. 
GREEN, WILLIAM, jr., (Thornton, Green & Son) h Cannon s s bet 

Park and McNab. 
Green, Wm. A., clerk, bds Vine bet Park and McNab- 
GREENFIELD, JOSEPH, packer, R. M. Wanzer & Co., h Mary bet 

Henry and Lynd. 
Greenhill, Andrew, salesman, bds cor Queen and Robert. 
Greenhill, David, carpenter, h Rosehill cottage, Queen w s cor Robert. 
Greenhill, James S. clerk, bds Rose Hill Cottage, Queen w s cor Robert. 
Greenhill, John, carriage maker, bds H. G. Cooper. 
GREENING BENJAMIN, Victoria Wire Mills, Peter s s cor Hess, 

h same. 
Greenley, James, carpenter, h Little Market n s cor Pearl, 
Greenyard, James, harness maker, h Peel s s nr Cherry. 
GREER, DAVID G., land agent, off King bet James and Hughson, h 

Duke s s nr McNab. 

For Fine Gold and S^ilver English Hunting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 
13 Hiug-St., Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 187 

GREER, JOHN H., registrar, County of Wentworth, office County 

buildings, h Sandiford Place, Duke. 
Gregg, Mrs. Ann, h e s John bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Gregg, John, laborer, h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Peel. 
Gregory, S. E. insurance agent and commission merchant, b Catherine 

bet Peel and Augusta. 
Greig, John, fitter, G. W. R. 

Grell, Lorenzo, lager beer saloon^ 10 John n, h same. 
Grenfell, James, carpenter, h Queen e s bet King and Union. 
Grey, James B., teacher, Central School, h Park w s bet Cannon and 

3Iulberry. 
Grey, Mrs- Sarah, hn s East Market nr "West Ave. 
Grey, William, carpenter, h Napier n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Gribble, Frederick, basket maker, h cor John and Barton. 
Griffin, Gilbert W., clerk, G. W. R., h Maiden Lane s s bet Bond and 

Bowery. 
Griffin, John, laborer, h York s s cor Pearl. 
Griffin. John, waiter, Tecumseh House, h John. 
Griffin, John, fruits and confectionery, e s John opp Wood Market. 
Griffin, John, cook. Royal Hotel, h e s John opp V\ ood Market. 
Griffin, Michael, laborer, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
GRIFFIN, WM.. clerk, first division court, County Wentworth, office 

County buildings, h cor Henry and Ferguson Ave. 
GRIFFITH, HENRY, manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, 

82 King e, h same. (See card.) 
Griffith, John, heater, rolling m.ll, h n s Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 
Griffith, J. C, book-keeper, h Main bet Walnut and Spring. 
Griffith, Mrs. Margaret, h e s Cathcart bet King and East Market. 
Griffith, Robert, shoemaker, h w s West Ave., nr Rebecca. 
Grigg, Edwin, laborer, h s s Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Grimes, Joseph, whitewasher. h e s Hughson bet Henry and Lind. 
Gringer, .James, harness maker, h s s Peel bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Grist, John, clerk of works, Royal Engineer's, h Bay e s bet Market 

' and York. 
Gross, Louis, peddler, h Catherine bet Main and Tyburo. 
Grossman, Augustus, salesman, 61 .James bds cor Duke and Wentworth. 
Grossman, .Julius, cabinet maker, bds Wellington cor Peel. 
GROSSMAN, PETER, importer and dealer in music and musical 

instruments, 61 James h cor Wellington and Peel. 
Grover, Geo. A., clerk. Am. Ex., Co., bds Royal Hotel. 
GROVER, LUTHER, cigars and tobacco wholesale and retail 51 

James h s s Main bet Catharine and Walnut, (see card.) 
Groves, John, shoemaker, h West Ave. e s bet Henry and Robert. 
Guard, Chauncy. traveller, h Market n s bet Park and McNab. 

For Handsome French and Fnglish Clock«), go to 
T. B. STEWARD, GoldsmitU'^ Hall, 13 I£ing-«t., 
Hamilton. 



188 HAMILTON CITY 

Guerin, Michael, machinist, h Little Main n sbet Queen and Eay. 

Gugel, Wm., boot and shoe maker, h John bet Augusta and Catharina. 

Guider, Thomas H., tobacco worker, h East Market s s cor Wentworth. 

Guigonette, Louis, brush maker, h n s Lind bet John and Catharine. 

Gulldry, Mrs. Catherine, grocer, h w s William nr Barton. 

Gully, James, hostler, Ontario Livery Stables. 

Gully, John, shoemaker, h Liberty bet Catharina and Grove. 

Gully, Thomas, hostler, Ontario Livery Stables. 

Gully, William, shoe maker, h Bay w s bet Mulberry and SheafFe. 

Gunn, R. L., clerk, accountant's off G. W. R., bds James opp Vine. 

Gunner, Wm., leather and findings, s s Market Square, h same. 

Guppy, John, book-keeper, Canadian Oil Co. 

GURNEY, CHARLES, (E. &. C. Gurney and Gurney, Ware & Co.), 

h Upper John. 
Gurney, Charles, Jr., book-keeper, h cor Catharine and Henry, 
GURNEY, EDWARD, [E. & C. Guiney and Gurney, Ware & Co.], 

h Upper John. 
GURNEY, E. & C, iron and stove foundry, John bet King William 

GURNEY, WARE & CO., ( Edward Gurney, Charles Gurney, E. 

W. Ware and Isaac Kelly), proprs.. Provincial scale works, James 

opp Vine. 
Guy, H, wharfinger, Zealand's Wharf, h Wood bet John and Hughson. 
Gwyder, Richard, whitewasher, 87 King e, h same. 
Gwyder, Thomas, pressman, E. Barber & Co. 

H 

Hack, James, clerk, McAllister, h same. 

Hackett, Richard, shoemaker, h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Hagan, Thomas, teamster, bds Tyburn bet Hughson and John. 

HAIGH, RICHARD, book-binder, blank book manufacturer, manu- 
facturer of lips for hats, and caps, and paper boxes, &c.. Spectator 
blk., ss Main nr Hughson, h Canada ss cor Queen, (see adv't.) 

Haines, Amos, engine driver, h Little Market s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Hale, Solomon, lab., h East Market n s bet Wentworth and Ashley. 

Hall, Jacob, engine driver, G.W. R., h n s Wilson bet McNab and Bay. 

Hall, John, waiter, h w Main n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Hall, John, foreman, locomotive works, h cor Wilson and James. 

Hall, Mrs. Margaret, h s s Lind bet John and Catherine. 

Hall, Robert G., car inspector, h Napier s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Hall, Thomas, machinist, h Park w s bet V^iue and Cannon. 

Hall, Thomas, blacksmith, h Margaret e s bet King and Main. 

Hallett, Augustus F., watchmaker, h Maiden Lane s s cor Bowery. 

For Heavy Wccldiiig;, iSignet and Oem Rings, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 12 King-S^t., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 189 

Halliday, Christopher, lab., h s g Concession bet McNab and Park. 
Ha^'owell, Isaac, county constable, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
HAMBURG AMERICAN PACKET CO., Wm. Herman, agent, 39 

King w. 
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, (A. Hamilton & Co.,) h Main cor 

Caroline. 
Hamilton, Alexander, jr., book-keeper, A. Hamilton & Co., bds Main 

cor Caroline. 
Hamilton, David, lab., h Little Main n s bet Queen and Ray, 
Hamilton Drill Shed, Sergt. Major D. Rossconnell, caretaker, h same. 
Hamilton, E. M., clerk, A. Hamilton & Co., bds Main cor Caroline. 
HAMILTON CO-OPERATIYE STORE, s s Market Square. 
Hamilton Female Home, Mrs. Jane Winter, Matron, Maria bet Walnut 

and Cherry. 
HAMILTON EVENING TIMES, C. E. Stewart & Co,, proprietors, 

Hughson w s bet King and King William. 
Hamilton, Francis, sailor, h e s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Hamilton, George, clerk, h James opp the Gore, up stairs. 
HAMILTON GAS LIGHT CO.'S WORKS, s s xAInlberry bet Park 

and Bay. 
HAMILTON GLASS WORKS, Hughson cor Warren. 
Hamilton, Harris, tinsmith, bds John. 
Hamilton House, Thos. Marshall, prop., cor John s and Peel. 
Hamilton, Hugh W., assistant at Burlington Cemetery, h York s s. 
Hamilton, H. M., bds s s Augusta bet James and Hughson. 
Hamilton Industrial School, Miss M. Michael, matron. Miss Sophia 

Farrell, teacher, s s Barton bet Catherine and Mary. 
Hamilton, James, tobacconist, h cor Ray and Market. 
Hamilton, James, keeper of cemetery. Lodge Burlington Cemetery, 

York s s. 
HAMILTON JOHN M., Surgeon R. N., 1 Tuckett's Block, Bay w s 

cor Market. 
Hamilton Nurseries, W. Holton, office King cor Wellington. 
HAMILTON POWDER CO., Benjamin Clark, Sec, office 2 King w. 
Hamilton, Captain Robert, h Bay bet Wilson and Picton, 
Hamilton, Robert, sail maker, h Bay bet Wilson and Picton, 
Hamilton, Robert, lab., h Ray e s cor Little James, 
Hamilton, Robert J., h s e cor King and Bowery. 
HAMILTON SPECTATOR. T. & R. White, proprietors, cor Main 

and Hughson. 
HAMILTON WATER WORKS, office City Hall Builaings. 
Hamilton, William, laborer, h Locomotive w s bet York and Concession. 
HAMILTON, A. & CO., (Alexander Hamilton) wholesale and retail 

druggists, n w cor King and James. 
Hammond, Andrew, machinist, bds John cor Stuart. 

For Best Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWARD, 
Cioldsiiiitli's Hall, 13 Kiug-St,, Hamilton, 



190 HAMILTON CITY 

Hammond, David, machinist, bds John cor Stuart. 

Hammond, N., (Hammond & Routh) res Mount Albion. 

Hammond, Wm,, machinist, h cor John and Stuart. 

Hammond, Wm., laborer, h s s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 

HAMMOND & ROUTH, (N. Hammond and P. G. Routh), commission 

agents and general merchants, 75 James. 
Hamson, Henry, bottler, (R. A, Pilgrim) cor Wilson and Cathcart. 
Hampson, James, porter, h Wentworth cor Nightingale. 
Hanan, Wm., tinsmith, h n s Rebecca bet Ferguson Ave and Wellington. 
Hancock, D., hammerman, Gr. W. R. 

Hancock, Joseph, flour and feed dealer, s e cor John and Peel, h same. 
Hancock, Lewis, engineer, h cor Mary and Rebecca. 
Hancock Richard' laborer, h Locomotive w s bet York and Concession. 
Hancock, Mrs. Rosanna, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Hancock, William, builder, h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Haudley, Timothy, laborer, h e s Hughson bet Warren and Wood. 
Handlon, James, blacksmith, h e s Hess bet Bold and Hunter, 
Hanlon, Mrs. Ann, widow, h Hess e s bet Hunter and Bold, 
Hanlon, George, lab., h Lock e s cor King. 
Hanlon, James, blacksmith, h Hess e s bet Hunter and Bold. 
Hanlon, Patrick, tailor, h Catherine bet Peel and Augusta. 
Hanning, Robert, clerk, h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Hannon, Wm., h Cherry bet Peel and Catharina. 
Hannon, Wm. IL, retired, cor Grove and Wellington. 
Hanson, Edward, blacksmith, h n s Hannah bet Hughson and John. 
Harbottle, Captain Thomas, h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Hardcastle, Eaton, lab., bds Little Market s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Hardiker, John, commission merchant and broker, h w s James opp drill 

shed. 
Hardiker, Mrs. R., h w s James bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Harding, Edward, porter, (R. Roy & Co.) 

HAPtDING HENRY, plumber and gas fitter, James cor Rebecca. 
Hardman, John, switchman, h Bay bet Concession and Stinson. 
HARDY CHARLES flour, feed and seed merchant, and curer of 

hams and bacon, McNab cor York, h same. 
Harker, John, rope maker, h James bet Stuart and Stinson. 
Harkins, John, tavern, 3 Market Square, s s, h same. 
Harkins, Henry, plasterer, h King e bet Stephen and Ashley. 
Harlow, Thos., collector Market Fees, h Walnut nr Hannah. 
Harman, James, laborer, h Wentworth n s, w of Margaret. 
Harney, Matthew, laborer, h r James, bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Harper, Andrew, butcher, stalls 29 and 30, City Market, h Barton tp. 
Harper, Richard, collector, h n s Tyburn, bet Spring and Wellington. 
Harper, Robert, carpenter, h Colborne, n s, bet Park and Bay. 

For Solid Silver aurt Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smitli's Hall, T. B. STEWAKB, 13 King-St., Ham- 
iltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 191 

Harper, William, laborer, h Little Peel w s cor Broadway. 

Harrington, Edward, laborer, h Main, n s bet Bond and Bowery. 

Harrington, Michael, watchman, G. W. R., h n s Lind nr John. 

Harris, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Robinson s s bet Caroline and Hes3. 

Harris, George, (G. Harris & Son) h cor McNab and Simcoe. 

Harris, Henry, butcher, John street meat market, h s s John. 

Harris, Henry, tobacconist, bds n s Main, Ontario hotel 

Harris, John, brick-maker, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 

HARRIS, JOHN W., manager, Times office, h 18 Rebecca. 

Harris, 0. C, tobacco worker, bds Market nr Park. 

HARRIS, THOS. B,. Grand Sec'y Grand Lodge of Free Masons 
of Canada. Wentworth Chambers, h Augusta bet Hughson & John. 

HARRIS, T. N., Principal British American Commercial College, 
King William, cor James, bds Royal Hotel. 

HARRIS, WM., baker and confectioner, Market Square s s, h same. 

HARRIS, WM., (G- Harris & Son), h cor NcMaband Simcoe. 

Harris, William J., clerk ^v'illiam Harris. 

HARRIS, G. & SON (Geo. and William Harris), wood-bending fac- 
tory, cor Stuart and Bay. 

Harrison, Edward, flour and feed dealer, 12 John s, h same. 

Harrison, George, blacksmith, h Queen w s, bet Market and Broadway. 

Harrison, Henry, butcher, h n s East Market nr West Ave. 

Harrison, Henry, green grocer, e s John opp Wood Market. 

Harrison, James, dairy, Wentworth n s, bet Pearl and Lock, h same. 

Harrison, Mrs. Jane, h s s King w, bet Lock and Margaret. 

Harrison, John, mason, h n s King William bet Nelson and Wellington. 

Harrison, Mrs. Margaret, h Main s s, bet Lock and Poulette. 

Harrison. Thos., (Nelson Milk Company) h Tp Nelson. 

Harrison, Wm., shoemaker, h n s Peel bet Spring and Wellington. 

Harron, Andrew, grocer, cor James and Barton, h same. 

Hart, Andrew, file cutter, h Hess e s, bet York and Miles. 

Hart, John, book-keeper, h Gore bet Catherine and John. 

Hart, John, harness maker, h e s Hughson bet Gore and Rebecca. 

Hart, John, harness maker, h s s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Hart, Miss Louisa, h e s ]Mary cor King AVilliam. 

Hart, Patrick, lab., h ss Stuart bet Hughson and John. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO., Arch. xMcKeand, agent, 
office 2 King w. [See advertisement.] 

Hartley, Joshua, carpenter, h Ray w s cor Little Market. 

Hartley, Samuel, stone cutter.'h 3Iain s s bet Garth and Poulette. 

HARVEY, ALEXANDER, [Harvey, Stuart k Co.], h King w bet 
Queen and Ray. 

HARVEY, JOHN, commission merchant and wool broker. King ess 
bet James and Hughson, h Portland Place, James w. nr Herkimer. 

For low priced ai»<l i^ooil AmericaM. Clocks, go to 
T. «. STEWAK1>, iiioldsmitk'S Mall, 13 Kiug-St., 
Hauiilton. 



192 HAMILTON CITY 

Harvey, John C, clerk, h Queen w s nr the Mountain. 
Harvey, Robert, trader, h s s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 
Harvey, Wm., h McNab e s bet Hunter and Bold. 
Harvey, Robert, trader, h Peel bet Catherine and Walnut. 
HARVEY, STUART & CO.,(Alex. Harvey and John Stuart), impor- 
ters and wholesale grocers, King e bet Hughson and John. 
Haskiop, Alexander H., civil engineer, h Duke s s bet Bond & Bowery. 
HASKINS, WILLIAM, City Engineer and Manager of Water 

Works, h King ens cor West Ave. 
Hastie, John, street inspector, h e s Wellington bet King and E. Market. 
Hastings, Wm., cabinet maker, h w s West Ave. bet Rebecca and East 

Market. 
Ilattersley, Samuel, machinist, h Bay e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Hattersley, Solomon, machinist, h n s Vine bet James and McNab. 
Havens, Robert, h s s Henry bet Hughson and John. 
Hawkins, David, [G. D, Hawkins & Co.], h Park bet Cannon and 

Mulberry. 
Hawkins, George D., [G. D. Hawkins & Co.J, h 54 King w. 
Hawkins, Luke, fitter, G.W.R., h rear King w, nr Lock. 
Hawkins, Thomas, h McNab w s bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
Hawkins, William, lab., h Inchbury w s bet York and Canal. 
Hawkins, William, machinist, h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Hawkins, G. D. & Co., hoop skirt manufactory, 54> King w. 
Hay, A., car department, G. W. R. 
Hay, Chas. H., salesman J. McPherson & Co., bds Catherine w s, bet 

Gore and Henry. 
Hay, John, lab., h e s James bet Lind and Barton. 
Hay, John, car department, G. W. R. 

Hayes, George, boiler maker, h Caroline w s bet Napier and York. 
Hayes, Michael, carter, p King, n s, near Crystal Palace. 
Haylock, Wm. H., carriage painter, h Merrick ss bet Park and Bay. 
Hays, George, boiler maker, h Caroline bet York and Napier. 
Hays, John, lab., h cor Barton and John. 
Hayslip, Francis, lab., h n s Guise bet James and John. 
Hayward, Edward B., moulder, h Park e s cor Vine. 
Hazen, George, tailor, h West Ave e s bet Wilson and King William. 
Heal, Edward M., traveller, Buchanan & Co., h ss VinebetPark and Bay. 
Heales, Howard, clerk, h East Market, s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
Healey, John W., clerk, h Hannah opp Catherine. 
Ileapes, John, lab., h cor John and Oak. 
Hearn, William, grocer, wine and liquor dealer, flour feed &c., cor 

King and Lock, h same. 
Hearne, Matthew S., book-keeper, A. C. Quiraby, h York n s bet Bay 

and Caroline. 

For Hand^oiuc Scarf Pins and Shirt Studs, go to 
T. B. ST£WAR]>, Cioldsuiith's Mall, {IS King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY, 193 

Hearne, Richard J., salesman, bds York s s bet Caroline and Bay. 

Heatli, Chas. D. A. book-keeper, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bond and Bowery 

Heath, James, blacksmith, h Pearl w s, cor Little Main. 

Heath, Samuel, blacksmith, h Hess e s n of York. 

Heaih, Stuart, salesman, h Maiden Lane bet Bond and Bowery. 

HEBDEN, REV. JOHN, M.A., Church of the Ascension, h Ander- 
son s s nr McNab. 

He)Dert, M. C. clerk, car distribution off G.W.R., h Wellington Square. 

HEENAN, REV. EDWARD I., sec'y to the R. C. Bishop, res. 
Bishop's Palace. 

Heffernan, Patrick., lab., h O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Heilig, George, bricklayer, h w s William nr Barton. 

Heifer, John, collar maker, h York s s bet Park and McNab. 

Hemstock, George, lab., h Wentworth n s w of Margaret. 

Hemstock, Thomas, lab., h Canada n s bet Poulette and Garth. 

Hemstock, William, lab., h Wentworth n s bet Lock and Margaret. 

Hemstock, William H., lab., h Wentworth n s bet Lock and I^Iargaret. 

Henekel, H., tailor, h George n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Henderson, Alexander, upholsterer, h hess e s bet Union and Main. 

Henderson, David, propr Station Hotel, Stuart opp G.W.R. Depot. 

Henderson, George, book-keeper, h Hess cor York. 

Henderson, H. L., clerk, hw s Park bet Henry& Lind. 

Henderson, James, h York s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Henderson, John, blacksmith, h n s Murray bet Hughson and John. 

Henderson, John, harness maker, bds Tecumseh House. 

Henderson, John H., carp., h Ray e s bet Little Market and Main. 

HENDERSON, JOHN M., (Munro & HendersoD,) h Robinson bet 
McNab and Bond. 

Henderson, Joseph, asst accountant, Gore Bank, bds York bet Bay and 
Caroline. 

Henderson, Rev. Joseph, h Hess e s bet Napier and York. 

Henderson, Robert R., grocer, h Ray e s bet Little Market and Main. 

Henderson, Thomas, machinist, h Bay bet Vine and Cannon. 

HENDRIE, GEORGE, (Hendrie & Co.,) res Detroit. Mich. 

HENDRIE, WILLIAM, (Hendrie & Co.,) h Bold, head of Charles. 

HENDRIE & CO., railway and general cartage agents and contractors, 
office King cor McNab. 

HENDRIE & GO'S STABLES, Market bet Bay and Caroline. 

Hendry, James, machinist, h Ray w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 

Hendry, Patrick, lab., h w s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

Henegar, George W., tobacconist, bds American Hotel. 

Henery, John, (John Henery & Co.,) h 62 King e. 

Henery, John & Co., boot and shoe manufacturers, G2 King e. 

Henigan, Mrs. Ann, h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Catharine, 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Goldsmith's 

Hall, T. B. SiTEWARD, 12 King-St. Hamilton. 

25 



194 HAMILTON CITY 

Hennecy, Cornelius, tinsmith, bds s s King William bet James and 

Hughson. 
Hennessy, Hugh, blacksmith and machinist, s e cor Mary and King 

William, h same. 
Hennessy, James, carpenter, h w s John cor Oak. 
Hennessy, John, boots and shoes, 60 King e, h same, 
Henry, George, teamster, h Main, n s bet Poulette and Garth. 
Henry, John, laborer, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Henry, John, carpenter, h Mary bet Wilson and Gore. 
Henry, Moses, tobacco worker, h 79 King w. 
Henry, Patrick, carpenter, h w s West Ave., nr Robert. 
Henry, Philip, teamster, h n s Main bet Victoria Ave., and Wellington 
Henry, Ralph, gardener, h King William, s s 1st door e of Mary. 
Henry, Richard, hatter, h w s West Ave., nr Henry. 
Henry Street Primary School, n s Henry bet James and Hughson. 
Henshaw, William, porter, h Bartonville. 

HENWOOD, EDWIN, M. D., h Main s s bet McNab and James. 
Herald, Joseph, piano maker, h Napier n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Herald, Robert, carpenter, G. W. R. 

Herald, William, machinist, h Little Main ns bet Queen and Ray. 
Herald, William, machinist, h Qaeen w s cor Little Main. 
Heritage, John, tailor, bds O'Brien's Hotel. 
HERMAN, WM., (E. Carpen^^r & Co.,) h Main bet McNab and 

James. 
Hermann, Robert, marble polisher, h s s Napier bet Caroline and Hess. 
Herrick, H, whip maker, h Nelson bet King William and Rebecca. 
HERRON, JOSEPH, merchant tailor. 4 John n, h cor Main and 

Spring, (see adv.) 
Hertrick, George, blacksmith, h Barton nr Hughson. 
Heslop, T. car department G. W. R. 
Hess Jacob, h w s Spring nr Main. 
Hess, Mrs. Ruth, h s s King w bet Caroline and Hess. 
Hetherington, Wm., bolt maker, G. W- R. 

Hewatt, Edward, market dealer, h n s, Lind bet Hughson and John. 
Heys, James, laborer, h e s James bet Lind and Barton. 
Heys, Mrs. J., millinery, &c., e s James, bet Lind and Barton, h same. 
Hicks, John W., wheelwright, h Lock e s cor King. 
Higgins, Andrew, confectioner, h Margaret w s bet King and Main. 
Higgins, Michael A., laborer, h Broadways sbet Queen and Ray. 
Hildebrand, Gottlieb, laborer, h Main s s bet Lock and Margaret. 
Hilder, Edwin, shoemaker, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Hilder, Edwin, shoemaker, h w s West Ave nr Rebecca. 
Hill, Mrs. Anna, h John s cor Main, up stairs. 
Hill, Arthur, blacksmith, h Colborne. 

Tor Fine OoM and Silver English Hunting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 
13 liiug-St., Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIEECTORT. 195 

Hill, Henry, butcher, shop and h cor Eebecca and Mary. 

Hill, Henry S., porter, G. W. R., h Colborne s s bet Park and McXab. 

Hill, James, helper, G. W. R., h Concession nr Locomotive. 

Hill, Jasper, butcher, stall 57 and 58, Cily 3Iarket, h Ancaster. 

Hill, John K., hatter, h e s Wellington, bet Rebecca and Wikon. 

Hill, John, hammerman, G. W. R. 

HILL, MARK, baker, dealer in fiour and feed, McNabw sbet Kiog 

and Main, h same. 
Hill, Robert A., h Duke n s bet James and 3IcNab. 
Hill, Mrs. Sophia, h n s Vine bet McNab and Park. 
HILL, THOS., cabinet maker and upholsterer, 32 John s, h Catharina 

bet Catherine and John, (see card.) 
Hil), Thos. S., sen., watch and clock maker, w s John bet Augusta and 

Peel, h same. 
Hill, Thos. S., jr., watchmaker, h w s John bet Augusta and Pec). 
Hilliard, George, laborer, h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 
Hilliard, George, laborer, h Wellington bet Maria and George. 
Hillier, Robert, porter, h King William bet Mary and Nelson. 
HILLS, ALBERT H., architect and civil engineer, h Charles e s bet 

Maiden Lane and Hunter. 
Hills, Alfred H.. clerk, City Clerk's office, bds Charles e sbet Maiden 

Lane and Hunter. 
Hills, Geo. H., salesman, h w s Hughson bet Henry and Lind. 
Hills, Lucien, clerk, bds Charles, bet Maiden Lane and Hunter, 
Hills, RoUand, clerk, Canada Life Assurance Co., h e s Charles bet 

Maiden Lane and Hunter. 
Hillsdon. Thomas, baker, h Main. 

Hilton, Eli, tobacco manufacturer, bds Ontario Hotel, Main n s. 
Hillyard, John, tinsmith, h O'Reilly. 

Hillyard, Thomas, baggage man, G. W. R., h s s O'Reilly w of Wal- 
nut. 
Hilton, Elijah, tobacco worker, bds John bet King and Mair. 
Hilton, F., car department, G. W. R. 

Hilton, Thos.. cabinet maker, h Bay w s bet Vine and Cannor. 
Hinchliffe. Robert, machinist, h cor York and Inchbury. 
Hinchcliffe. Robert, machinist, h w s West Ave nr Rebecca. 
Hineman, Wm., blacksmith, h n s Wilson bet ^IcNab and Bay. 
Hines, Charles H., butcher, stalls ii and 45 City Market, h Barton Tp. 
Hines, Henry H., butcher, stalls 52 and 53 City Market, h Mountain, 

Barton Tp. 
Hipkins, Alfred, printer, h s s Head bet Dundurn and Sophia. 
Hiscox, James, prop. A'ictoria House, cor John and Catharina. 
Hislop, John, blacksmith, h Robinson n s bet Caroline and Hesf. 
Hislop, William, lab., G. W. R., h Pearl w s. 

For Mand.souie Frencli and £uglisli Clocks, go to 
T. B. ST£^VARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 12 King-St., 
Hamiltou. 



196 HAMILTON CITY 

Hitchcock, H. L., manufacturer of hats and caps, s s Henry bet Hugh- 
son and John. 

Hitchcock, Mrs. Louisa, h e s Hughson bet Henry and Gore. 

Hobart, Mrs. Margaret, (widow Joseph) h Cherry cor George. 

Hobbs, James, bricklayer, h s s Gore nr Catherine. 

Hobson, Abraham., laborer, h n s Barton bet Hughson and John. 

Hobson, Edward J., salesman, (G. L. Beardmore) bds Charles bet Hun- 
ter and Bold. 

Hobson, Mrs. Mary, h Broadway n s bet Queen and Ray. 

Hobson, Orrin, whip maker, h 82 Rebecca. 

HOBSON RICHARD, (Hobson & McPhie), h n s Broadway bet 
Queen and Ray. 

Hobson, Robert, carpenter, h n s Broadway bet Queen and Ray. 

HOBSON & McPHIE, (Richard Hobson and Donald McPhie), 
plumbers and gas fitters, James cor Main. (See card.) 

Hockady, Thos., clerk, G. W. R., h s s Simcoe bet James and McNab. 

Hodges, Humphrey, carpenter, h e McNab s bet Murray and Con. 

Hodgios, Isaac, engineer, h Hess e s n of York. 

Hodgson, Wm. J., salesman, bds John n. 

Hoefar, Jacob, packer, (Glass Works) h w s James bet Strachan and 
Simcoe. 

Hoelzle, Christian, liootmaker, h Hunter, s s bet McNab and James, 

HOG AN, J. F., (Hogan & O'Neill), w s Park bet Sheaffe and Colborne 

HOG AN, JEREMIAH H., clothier and woolen draper, cor King and 
John, h Park w s bet Merrick and Vine. 

HOGAN & O'NEILL, [J. F. Hogan & J. C. O'Neill], clothing and 
gentlemen's furnishing goods, 6 James n. )see card.) 

HOGBEN HENRY, prop. Shades Restaurant, 60 James. 

HOLBROOK, JAMES, dry goods, 22 King e, bds 65 Rebecca. 

HOLBROOK, ROBERT C, [Holbrook& Stark], h Rebecca s s bet 

Mary and Ferguson Ave. 
.HOLBROOK & STARK, [R. C. Holbrook and Wm. Geddes Stark], 
prop. City dispensary. King cor Hughson. 

Holcomb, Wm. H., painter, shop rear Hughson nr Rebecca, h Hughson. 

Holden, Chas., H., clerk, h York s s bet Park and Bay. 

Holden, Geo. C., hatter, bus Murray bet Hughson and John. 

Holden, JeflFrey. carpenter, h cor Catherine and Barton. 

HOLDEN, JOHN R., barrister, James, h York s s bet Park and Bay. 

Holdsworth, John, lithographer, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Holgate, John, salesman, h Bay w s bet Colborne and Concession. 

Holgate, Thomas, clerk, [Jas. Osborne], bds Cook's Hotel, King. 

Holland, Arthur C, clerk, mechanical office, G. W. R., h King cor Hess. 

Holland, James, moulder, h 29 York n s. 

Holland, James, gun and locksmith, w s John nr King William, h same. 

For Handsome ^icarf Pius and l§liii't S^tuds, go to 
T. B. !!»T£WAR1>, l^oldsmitli's Hall, [IS King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 197 

HOLLAND, W. H., teller, Ontario Bank, h cor Wellington and Peel. 

HoUeran, James, moulder, bds York bet McNab and Park. 

Holler an, Patrick, grocer, cor John and Lind, li same. 

HollidBj, John, laborer, h s s Catharina bet Walnut and Catherine. 

Hollenrake, Wm,, laborer, G. W. R., h Hess e s bet York and Miles. 

Holman, John, pattern maker, G-.W.R. 

Holmes, Henry, wool grader, h King e bet Wellington and West Ave. 

Holmes, John, h Park w s bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 

Holmes, Robert, policeman, h Little Cannon. 

Holmwood, Henry, warehouseman, h foot of McNab. 

Holton, Warren, nurseyman, cor Wellington and King e, h T'p Barton. 

HOME DISTRICT MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO., D. Wright, agent, 

James, 
HOME, INLAND MARINE INSURANCE CO., of New Haven, 

James D. Pringle, Agent, Wentworth Chambers, cor James and 

Main. 
HOME INSURANCE CO., (New Haven, Conn.,) Fire and Inland 

Marine, A. McKeand, Agent, 2 King w. (see adv't.) 
Honeyford, James, fitter, h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession. 
Hood, Cornelius, carter, h James cor Concession. 
Hood, Thomas, clerk, bds Bay bet Vine and Cannon. 
Hoodless, Joseph, cabinet maker and upholsterer, 36 John s, h same. 
Hoodless, Robert, cabinet-maker, h Bond e s bet Main and Maiden Lane. 
Hooker, Abraham, pastry cook and confectioner, 31 York n s, h same. 
Hooker, George, pastry cook and confectioner, York s s bet Park and 

Bay, h same. 
Hooligan, John, hostler, Farmer's Hotel. 
Hooper, George, boiler maker, h e s Mary nr King William. 
Hooper, Samuel, hair dresser, 84 King e, h Hughson bet Augusta and 

Catharina. 
Hooper, Samuel, baker, cor McNab and Mulberry. 
Hooper, William, printer, h n s Wilson nr Wellington. 
HOPE, ADAM, (Adam Hope & Co.,) res Bronte. 
HOPE, CHARLES JAMES, (Adam Hope & Co.,) h Henry cor 

Catherine. 
Hcpe, George, salesman, bds cor Henry and Catherine. 
Hope, John, marble polisher, h Bay e s bet York nnd Market. 
Hope, John, gardener, h Hunter n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
HOPE, ADAM & CO., (Adam Hope, Charles James Hope, and Robt. 

Wemyss,) iron merchants. King, cor Catherine. 
Hopgood, Edward, pork butcher, (C. Hardy,) h cor Concession and Bay. 
Hopkin, George H., salesman, 8 James n, res Barton. 
HOPKIN, ROBERT, propr. Montreal Boot and Shoe Store, 8 James 

n, res. Barton. 

For low priced and good Auierican, Clocks, go to 
T. a. !!»T£fVAKl>, Uoldsmitli's Hall, 12 King-ii^t., 
Uaniiltou. 



198 HAMILTON CITY 

Hopkins, Abraham, lab., h Barton bet Hughson and John. 

Hopkins, Edward, tobacco-worker, h John w sbet Henry and Gore. 

Hopkins, John W., book-keeper, res Barton. 

Hopkins, Joseph, baker, h e s Catherine bet Henry and Lind, 

Hopkins, Michael, tobacco-worker, h John w s her Gore and Henry. 

Hopkins, Patrick, lab., h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 

Horldon, George, gardener, h York n s bet Park and Bay, 

Hornby, P., news agent, h n s Union bet James and Hughson, 

Hornby, William, fitter, G.W.R., h Railway w s. 

Home, John, lab., h[n s Hannah bet James and Hughson. 

Horner, Wallace E., h Napier s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Horning, W. E,., (Horning and Rjckman,) bds Wellington opp Tyburn. 

HORNING &IIYCKM AN, (W. R. Horning and W. Ryckman,) grocers 

e s McNab nr Market Square. 
Horsburgh, David W., machinist, h York n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
HORSBURGH, JAMES, time-keeper, G.W.R., h G.W.R. Station, 
ilorsnell, Benjamin, confectioner, bds 10 King e. 
Horton, Miss Emma, h e s John bet Henry and Lind. 
Horton, Thomas G., engineer, h Colborne n sbet Park and Bay. 
Hotram, John, carp., h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Picton. 
Houghlan, Thomas, lab., h William n s bet Queen and Ray. 
Houghton, John, carp., h Ray w sbet Little Main and Little Market. 
Houla, Francis, cooper, h w s William bet South and Barton. 
Houise, George, engine driver, h s s Picton bet Bay and McNab. 
House of Ptefuge, Cherry, s of Hannah. 

Houseso, Henry C., helper Doty's, h Little Main s s bet Ray and Hess. 
Houston, Magnus, mason, h York s s bet Davenport aad Dundurn. 
How, W., car department, G. W. R. 

Howard, Charles, clerk, P.O., h w s Wellington cor Rebecca. 
HOWARD, GEORGE H., general manager's asst., G.W.R,, h Park w 

s cor Mulberry. 
HOWARD, JAMES, general purchasing agent, G.W. R., h Park w s 

cor Mulberry. 
Howard, James, tailor, bds John bet Gore and Henry. 
Howard, Wm., tailor, h e s John nr Gore. 

Howard, Wm., H., tailor and clothes renovator, 10 Rebecca, h same. 
HOWE, J. B., (Bowman & Howe) res Grimsby. 
Howes, Robert, butcher, h Wentworth w s bet Barton and G, W. R. 
Howick, Wm., groceries, provisions, wines and liquors, n e cor Rebecca 

and Mary, h same. 
HOWIE ALEXANDER, gold and silver plater, brass founder, &c., 

Royal Hotel Buildings, Merrick, h w s Catherine bet Henry and 

Lind, (see advt.) 
HOWIE, MAT., with Magill & Bro., bds Peel nr Lock. 
HOWLES, MATTHEW, dealer in tinware, stoves, copper and sheet- 

For Best Table Cutlery* SO to T. B. STEWAUU* 
Ooldsmith'B Hall, 12 Kiug-St., Mamiltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 199 

iron ware, Florence blk King, li next door w of Chilman's. 
Howsico, Henry, machinist, h Little Main s s, nr Queen. 
Iloy, Harrison, barber, h n s 31ulberry, bet James and McNab. 
Hubbard, John, h s s Wilson, bet John and Hughson. 
Hubbard. Mrs. Ellen, h e s Mary nr Lind. 
Hudson, Charles L., merchant, h 91 llebecca. 
Hudson, Edward, moulder, h DG Hughson. 
Hudson, Edmund, clerk, h Charles e s bet King aud ]\[-Uu. 
Hudson, Michael, sailor, h Stuart bet John and .Catherine. 
Hudson, William, cabinet maker, h Ray e s bet Little Main and Little 

Market. 
Huggard, Christopher, bds Tecumseh House. 
HUGGARD, JOSEPH, propr Tecumseh House, w s James nr Merrick 

(see adv't). 
Hughes, Edward, brush maker, h Victoria Ave. bet 3Iain and King. 
Hughes, Edward, blacksmith, h Hess w s cor Market. 
Hughes, James, cutter, (McPherson & Co) h s s Rebecca bet Catherine 

and Mary. 
Hughes, James, sailor, h Wellington e s bet Rebecca and Wilson. 
Hnghes, John, grocer, cor McNab and Burlington, h same. 
Hughes, Mrs. Sarah, h Broadway, n s bet Queen and Ray. 
Hughes, Wm., cabinet maker, h w s Mary bet Stinson and Barton. 
Hughson Street Primary School, Miss Irving, principal ; Miss Green, 

teacher, w s Hughson bet Willson and Union. 
HULL, CHESTER H., editor of Evening Times, h s s Tyburn bet 

Cherry and Spring. 
Hull, William, book-keeper, h.Peariw s bet George and Main. 
Hulls, James H.. baker, h West Ave. e s bet Henry and Wilson. 
Hulse, George, blacksmith, h Market s s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Hulsey, John, laborer, h Ray w s bet Main and Wentworth. 
Hume, Mrs. Ellison, h Main s s bet Lock and Poulette. 
HUME, JAMES, Veterinary Surgeon, office Rodger's, York nr McNab. 
Hume, Miss Isabella, dress-maker, h Main s s bet Lock and Poulette. 
Hummer, Jasper, lab., h Dundurn e s bet King and Main. 
HUMPHREY, NELSON, (Humphrey & Newberry.) h 3Iain bet Bond 

and Bowery. 
HUMPHREY & NEWBERRY, (Nelson Humphrey & C. E. New- 
berry,) sheep skin manufacturers and dealers in linings, &c., 

factory n s Tyburn bet Cherry and Spring. 
Hunt, Mrs. Ann, h Catherine bet Main and Tyburn. 
Hunt, Charles, car department, G.W.R. 
Hunt, Daniel, bricklayer, h s s Main bet Cherry and Spring. 
Hunter, Alexander, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
Hunter, George, machinist, h e s Cathcart bet King and East Market. 

For IleaVy Wedding, Signet and Gem Rings, go to 
T. B. STEWAliD, Goidsmitk's Hall, 13 ]£iug-St., 
Haniiltou. 



200 HAMILTON CITY 

Hunter, John, porter, G.W.R., h Colborne n s bet Park and McNab. 

Hunter, Samuel, lab., h n s King "William bet Mary and Nelson. 

Hunter, Thomas, saddler, h top of Mountain nr Hess Tavern. 

Hunter, William, saddler, h top of Mountain nr Hess Tavern. 

Hunter, Wm., moulder, h Wellington bet Peel and Main. 

Hunting, Samuel, gardener, h 59 Hughson. 

Huntsman's Home, John Fitch, prop., at the Beach, Burlington Bay, 

Hamilton. 
HURD, HIRAM H., [Kurd & Roberts], h Bay e s bet King and 

Market. 
Hurd, Wilkins, laborer, h w s Ferguson Ave nr East Market. 
HURD & ROBERTS, manufacturers of and dealers in marble, York 

junction of Merrick. 
Hurley, David, lab., h Hess w s opp Miles. 
Hurley, James, lab., h cor Wilson and James. 
Hurley, James, moulder, bds Ford's Hotel, James. 
Hurley, J. P., fitter, h James nr Market Square. 
Hurrell, Jasper P., musician, h Main n s bet McNab and James. 
Hurst, George, butcher, h Little William w s bet South and Barton. 
Hurton, Charles, blacksmith, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hes.s. 
Hutchinson, George, painter, h Union s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Hutchinson, Alex., laborer, h Pless e s cor Herkimer. 
HUTCHISON JAMES, hatter and furrier, 3 James n, h s s Herkimer 

bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Hutchison, James L. clerk, G. W. R., h Herkimer bet Caroline and 

Bowery. 
Hutchison, John, painter, h n s Peel bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Hutchison, John, fireman, G. W. R., h n s Stuart bet Hughson and 

John. 
Hutchison, Robert A., salesman 3 James n, bds s s Herkimer bet 

Bowery and Caroline. 
Hutchison, T., turner, G. W. R. 
Hutchison, Willi im, clerk, registry office, bds Herkimer s s bet Bowery 

and Caroline. 
HUTON, CHARLES, (Huton & Woon,)h Elgin bet^Henry and Little 

Gore. 
HUTON & WOON, ( Charles Huton and Jos. Woon, ) merchant. 

tailors, 4 e s Hughson bet King and King William. 
Hutt, John R., foreman engineer dep't., G.W,R. h Caroline below York. 
HUTTON, CHAS, propr., Metropolitan Hotel, cor Bay and Stuart, 
Hutton, Ebenezer, barber, h Market n s bet Park and McNab. 
Hyde, John, laborer, h Bay bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
HYMAN E. W., (John McPherson & Co.,) residence London. 
Hynds, A. D., printer, bds Catharine w s bet Lind and Barton. 

For Solid Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to €}old- 
sinith's Hall, T. B. STEWAR1>, 13 King-St., Ham- 
iltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY* 201 

Hynds, Richard W., clerk, bds Catharine w s bet Lind and Barton. 
Hynds, Charles, h w s Catharine bet Lind and Barton. 
HYSLOP, D. A., dry goods, 15 James n, h same. 
Hyslop, James, salesman, 15 James n, bds same. 
Hyslop, Wm., salesman, 15 James n, bds same. 

I 

Ikoff, Charles, cigar maker, h Broadway s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., Wentworth Chambers, 

Richard Benner, agent. 
Inch, James, fitter, G. W.R. 

Inches, James, packer, h John bet Catharina and Maria. 
INGLIS, REV; DAVID, (Can. Pres.), h James w s bet Bold and 

Duke. 
Ingram, John, carpenter, h e s James bet Barton and Stinson. 
Innes, James, lab., h n s Hannah bet Hughson and John. 
Iredale, Mrs. Ann E., tailoress, h Wilson s s cor Wellington. 
Iredale, Mrs. Elizabeth, h s s Henry bet James and Hughson. 
Ireland, Henry, shoemaker, h s s Wilson bet James and McNab. 
Irvine, Alexander, carpenter, h Duke n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Irvine, Chas., tailor, bds Picton bet Bay and McNab. 
Irvine, James, laborer, h Lock w s bet Canada and William. 
Irvine, John, h Markland bet McNab and Bond. 
Irvine, Miss Sarah, h Markland n s bet McNab and Bond. 
Irvine, Wm., laborer, bds e s John bet Base and Guise. 
Irvine, Wm. A., carpenter, h Duke n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
IRVING iEMILIUS, Q. C, SoUcitor G. W. R., office, Railway 

offices, h James cor Hannah. 
Irving, John, foreman at depot, h Hunter s s cor Hess. 
IRWIN, JOHN D., agent American Express Co., James opp the Gore, 

bds Royal HoteL 
Izard, Henry, lab., h s s King wnr Pearl. 

Izard, Wm., tallow chandler and grocer, h w s West Ave nr Henry. 
Ivory, James, lab., h s s Sheaffe bet Bay rnd Park. 



Jack, James, laborer, h n s Stuart bet Hughson and John. 

JACK WILLIAM, grocer. Park w s cor Colborne. 

JACKSON, EDWARD, (D. Moore & Co.), h s s Maiden Lane cor 

Caroline. 
Jackson, Hy. A., lab., h King William nr Wellington, Maitland Block. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Goldsmith's 

HaU, T. B. jyXFWABD, IS King-St. Hamilton. 

26 



202 HAMILTON CITY 

Jackson, James, belt maker, G. W. R. 

Jackson, J. N., jeweller, h Cannon n sbet Park and McNab; 

Jackson, John G., book-keeper, h Cannon n s bet Park and McNab. 

Jackson, Mrs. Mary, h Lock bet King and Little James. 

Jackson, Robert, plasterer, h cor James and Mulberry. 

Jackson, IMrs. Sarah, dressmaker and milliner, 21 York n s, h same. 

Jackson, Thomas, builder, h Victoria bet Main and King. 

Jackson, Thomas M., h Cannon n sbet Park and McNab. 

Jacobs, Mrs. Flora, e s John bet Main and Tyburn. 

Jacques, George, car department, G. W. R. 

Jacques, Robert S., laborer, h Hess e s bet King and Union. 

Jague, John, lab., h Hess e s bet Hunter and Bold. 

James. Alonzo, steward, h w s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 

JAMES, GEORGE, dry goods, 16 James n, h cor Merrick and Park. 

James, John R., lab., h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. v 

James, Simon, shoemaker, bds w s James bet Vine and Cannon. 

JAMES STREET HOTEL, Samuel Mastin, prop.,s w cor James and 

James, T, A., h n b cor King William bet Mary and Nelson. [Cannon. 

James, Wm. blacksmith, h Ferguson n e s bet Little Gore and Wilson. 

James, Wm., shoemaker, h Cannon n s bet McNab and James. 

James, Wm., blacksmith, n s Main bet Hughson and John. 

Jamiescn, Alexander, book-keeper, h McNab es bet Hunter and Blod. 

Jamieson, Archibald, book-keeper, h cor McNab and Hunter. 

Jamieson, Andrew, moulder, h w s John bet Wilson and Union. 

Jamieson, Chas., repairer Montreal Tel. Co. Line, h Mulberry bet Park 

and McNab. 
Jamieson, George, sailor, h Charles e s bet King and Main. 
Jamieson, John, lab., h Barton s s bet West and V^ictoria Aves. 
Jamieson, John, laborer, h Little Main s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Jamieson, Wm., lab., G. W. R. 

Jarvis, John, furniture dealer, n s King e nr Nelson, h Spring cor Tyburn. 
Jarvis, John, jr., salesman, bds Spring cor Tyburn. 
Jarvis, Mrs. John, general second-hand broker, cor Catbcart and King e. 
Jarvis, Robert, salesman, bds Spring cor Tyburn. 
Jarvis, Wm., hack owner, h e s Spring bet Tyburn and Main. 
Jeiferson, John, lab., h Little Main s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Jeffery, Mrs. Ann, widow, h Park w s cor Vine. 
Jefferv, Joseph, pattern maker, G. W. R., h Park w s cor Vine. 
JeflFery, Wm., trimmer, h Park w s bet Concession and Murray. 
Jeffery, Wm. P., salesman, 30 King e, h cor Park and Vine. 
JEFFS, FRED., propr., Dominion Hotel, Stuart nr Bay. [See Advt.J 
Jenkins, George, (Johnson & Jenkins,) h Napier nr Bay. 
Jenkins, Wm., H., cutter, h Catharine bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Jennings, David J,, professor instrumental music and wood carver, h 

e 8 James bet Barton and Lind. 

For Best Tjible Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWARD, 
Ooldsmitli's Hall, 12 Kiug-St., SEaiuiltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 203 

JENNINGS, GEO. J., propr., Commercial Hotel, cor McNab and 

Mulberry. 
Jermyn, Thomas T., clerk, h Hughson bet Main and Tyburn. 
JOHNSON, CHARLES, (Johnson & Jenkins,) h Napier nr Bay. 
Johnson, Mrs. Eliza, h w s West Ave., nr East Market. 
Johnson, Geo. , carpenter, h e s Hughson bet Oak and Union. 
Johnson, Henry, milkman, h Catharine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Johnson, James, laborer, h George bet Aurora and Wellington. 
Johnson, James, machinist, E. M. Wanzer & Co. 
Johnson, John, carpenter, h Market n s bet Park and Bay. 
Johnson, John, clerk, Tecumseh House. 
Johnson, Mrs. Margaret, h n s Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 
Johnson, Robert, carpenter, h Hughson nr Mulberry. 
Johnson, Robert, laborer, h e s Catharine bet Lind and Barton. 
Johnson, Wm., with C. E. Peirce & Co. 
JOHNSON, WM., barrister, attorney, solicitor in chancery, &c,, 3 James 

n, h Main bet Caroline and Hess. 
Johnson, Wm., laborer, h 47 Rebecca. 
Johnson, Wm., painter, h East Street n s nr West Ave. 
Johnson, Wm., cabinet maker, h Cannon bet Park and McNab. 
Johnson, Wm., carpenter, h s s Catharina bet Liberty and Cherry. 
JOHNSON & JENKINS, cabinet manufacturers, Bay w s cor York. 
Johnston, Alexander K., carpenter, h Concession bet Bowery and Bay. 
Johnston, Henry, laborer, h Hess w s bet York and Miles. 
Johnston, Jacob, tailor, e s John bet Tyburn and Peel, h same. 
Johnston, Mrs. Jacob, milliner and dressmaker, e s John bet Tyburn 

and Peel, h same. 
Johnston, James, carpenter, h e s 3IcNab bet Stuart and Murray. 
Johnston, John, marble cutter, h^Elginbet Little Gore and Rebecca. 
Johnston, John, blacksmith, h cor Hughson and Hannah. 
Johnston, J., salesman, h Hughson bet King William and Rebecca. 
Johnston, Mrs. Mary, h Concession n s bet Bowery and James. 
Johnston, Mrs. Pamelia, dressmaker, h e s James bet Union & Wilson. 
JOHNSTON, ROBERT, Taylor's saloon, bds same. 
Johnston, Thomas, porter, G. W. R., h James ws cor Wood. 
Johnston, William, laborer, h s s Union bet Hughson and John. 
Johnstone, George C, carpenter, h Market n s bet Park and Bay. 
Johnstone, William, carpenter, G.W.R., h Cannon bet Park and Bay. 
JOLLEY, JAMES, saddle, harness and trunk manufacturer, 38 John, 

h Barton, (see card.) 
Jolley, James E., harness maker, bds Victoria Hotel. 
JONES, CHAS. T. (Chas. T. Jones & Co.,) h cor Henry and Ferguson 
Jones, Evan, laborer, h Main n s bet Bowery and Caroline. [Ave. 

Jones, James, moulder, h East Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 

For Fine Oold ami Silver Fnglisli Huntin^f-Cascd 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWARD, Gold»»uiitli'» Hall, 
12 King-St., Hamilton. 



204 HAMILTON CITY 

Jones, Jenkin H. laborer, h Bay w s bet Murray and Stuart. 

Jones, John L. plasterer, 59 King w. 

Jones, John W. puddler, h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession. 

Jones, Louis, plumber, h Caroline w s nr Hunter. 

Jones, Patrick, laborer, h Liberty bet Catharina and Grove. 

Jones, Stephen, laborer, h n s Main bet Victoria Ave., and Wellington. 

Jones, Thomas, laborer, h Union s s cor Caroline. 

Jones, Thomas, heater, rolling mill, h Ray bet Little Market and Main. 

Jones, Thomas, laborer, h Maria bet Cherry and Aurora. 

Jones, Thomas, laborer, h O'fleilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Jones, Thomas W., clerk, Hendrie & Co., bds Anglo-American Hotel. 

JONES CHARLES T. & CO., bankers and exchange brokers, 

Mechanics' Hall building, James. 
Joy, Edward, porter, G. W. K., h w sHughson bet Murray and Stuart. 
Joy, John, teamster, h w s Cathcart nr Little Gore. 
JOY, MICHAEL, messenger, G. W. R., h Stuart opp Custom House. 
Joy, Wm., cooper, h w s William bet Barton and South. 
JUDD, JAMES P., [W. H. Judd & Bro.], bds Cook's Hotel. 
JUDD, WM. H., (W H. Judd & Bro.), h York bet Bay and Caroline. 
JUDD, W. H. & BRO., soap, candle and potash makers, Bay w s bet 

Vine and Cannon. 
Jukes, H. A., salesman, (W. McGiverin& Co.), h cor James and Duke. 
Junior, George, carpenter, G. W. R. 



Kain, Peter, grocer, n w cor Peel and Catherine, h same. 
Kamerling, S. A., cutter, h Merrick n s bet Park and Bay. 
Kane, Peter, beer peddler, bds cor John and Tyburn. 
Kane, Thos,, porter, 66 King e,bds cor Peel and Catherine. 
Kannard, Wm., chair maker, h Caroline ws bet Bold and Duke. 
Kappele, Daniel, cutter, [Sanford, Mclnnes & Co.), h Henry. 
Karshner, John, tailor, 23 York n s, h same. 

Kavanagh. John, cabman, h Park w s bet Colborne and Concession. 
Kavanagh, Joseph, city policeman, h Vine n s bet Park and Bay. 
Kavanagh, M., boilermaker, G. W. R. 
Kavanagh, Terence, moulder, Copp Bros. 
KAVANAGH, WM., blacksmith, York s s cor Park, h same. 
KAY, JAMES, printer, bds n s Peel bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Keagen, Wm., lab., h w s Mary bet Barton and Stinson. 
Kearns, John, hack driver, bds Rob Roy Hotel, cor John and Peel. 
Keating Wm., confectioner, bds Stuart nr John. 

KEAYS, ROBERT F., groceries and spices, h Elgin bet Little Gore 
and Henry. 

For Handsome IScarf Pins and Siliirt IStuds, go to 
T. B. !!iT£WARD, Ooldsmith's Hall, [12 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 205 

Keefer, Maitland, credit ledger keeper, Bank of Montreal, bds Mrs. 
Marshall's, John. 

Keenan, John, lab., h Ray w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 

Kegan, Michael, lab., Inchbury e s bet York and Canal. 

Kehoe, Lawrence, hack owner, bds King William nr James. 

Keisler, Ernest, organ builder, (T. W. White.) 

Kelk, Edward, musician, h James w s bet Stuart and Murray. 

Kelk, George, h Kebccca cor Cathcart. 

Kelk, James, silver plater, bds w s James nr Stuart. 

Kelk, Wm., music teacher, h Maria bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Kell, Wm., cab owner, h Maria bet John and Catherine. 

Kelleher, Daniel P., shoemaker, h East Market ss bet Nelson and Well- 
ington. 

Kellner, John, tailor, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Kellond, George, shoe maker, Bay w s bet King and Market, h same. 

Kellow, Charles, gardener, h Hunter s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Kelly, Dennis, laborer, h East Market bet Stephen and Ashley. 

KELLY, ISAAC, (Gurney, Ware & Co.), h James e s bet Lind and 
Barton. 

Kelly, James, carriage smith, (McCabe's.) 

Kelly, Jeremiah, lab., h s s Catharina bet Wellington and Liberty. 

Kelly, John, cigar maker, h Mary s s. 

Kelly, Joseph, boots and shoes, 74 James n, h same. 

Kelly, Lawrence, lab., h w s McNab bet Market and Picton. 

Kelly, Mrs. Maria, h w s John bet Lind and Barton. 

Kelly, Matthew, moulder, h n s Lind bet John and Catherine. 

Kelly, Patrick, h 60 Rebecca. 

KELLY, PATRICK, grocer, Wilson cor Wellington, h Wellington. 

Kelly, Patrick J., tailor, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

Kelly, Robert, P. 0. clerk G. W. R. Station, h n s Henry nr Wellington, 

Kelly, Robert, h Walnut bet Peel and Augusta. 

Kelso, George, blacksmith, h e s James bet Stuart and Stinson. 

Kelso, Hugh, blacksmith, G. W. R. 

Kelso, Wm., machinist, h James bet Stinson and Stuart. 

Keltic, David, book-keeper, h Bold s s bet McNab and James. 

Kemp, John, tavern keeper, h James e s opp Vine. 

Kempster, Christopher W., planing, sash and blind manufactory, s s 
Main, nr Catherine, h Gore, bet Wellington and Liberty. 

KoDch, William, bolt maker, h Little Market s s cor Ray. 

Kendall, Mrs., h Main, n s, bet Charles and McNab. 

Kendall, James, accountant, bds s s Peel bet Catharine and Walnut. • 

Kendall, Joseph, propr Hamilton Brewery, s s Peel nr Catherine. 

Kendall, Thomas, grocer, e s John bet Lind and Barton, h same. 

KENDEL, FRANCIS, merchant tailor & clothier, 104 King w, hsame. 

For low priced and good American, Clocks, go to 
T. B. i»T£WAKD, Goldsmith's Hall, 12 King-ISt., 
Hamilton. 



206 HAMILTON CITY 

Kennard, Edward, cabinet maker, li n s King William, nr Wellington. 
Kennard, Wm., cabinet mater, J. Reid, b w s Caroline nr Duke. 
Kennedy, Mrs. Alice, b Catberine bet Peel and Augusta. 
Kennedy, Benjamin, rope maker, b St Lawrence Terrace. 
Kennedy, Charles, plasterer, b East Market s s, bead Nelson. 
KENNEDY, JAMES, paia killer and liniment manufacturer, b s s 

Peel bet James and Hugbson. 
Kennedy, Jobn, moulder, b Locomotive w s cor York. 
Kennedy, Jobn, carpenter, b Queen w s bet Little James and Broadway. 
Kennedy, Jobn, plasterer, b Railway w s bet York and Concession. 
Kennedy, Joseph, watchman G. W. R., b McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 
Kennedy, Joseph, moulder, b McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Kennedy, Joseph, policeman, G.W.R. station, bw s McNab bet Merrick 

and Vine. 
Kennedy, Mrs. J., b e s James bet Main and Tyburn. 
Kennedy, Mrs. Mary, b 56 Rebecca. 

Kennedy, Michael, laborer, h w s John bet Wilson and Union. 
Kennedy, Owen, tailor, b Hughson bet Augusta and Catbarina. 
Kennedy,Patrick, laborer, b Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 
Kennedy, Patrick, laborer, b e s Hughson bet Henry and Lind. 
Kennedy, Reginald, clerk, accountant's ofl&ce, G. W. R., bds Royal 

Hotel. 
KENNY, CHARLES B., propr Hamilton and Guelpb, and Hamilton 

and Milton Stage Lines, b w Main n s bet Bond and Bowery. 
Kenny, Dennis, moulder, b e s Catberine bet Henry and Lind. 
Kenny, George, turner, b Park e s bet Mulberry and Cannon. 
Kenny, Wm-, clerk, 15 James, b same. 

Kenny, J. J., clerk, Royal Insurance Co., b Vine bet James and Park; 
Kent, E. R., dealer in glassware, cutlery, &c., 74 King w, b s s York bet 

Hess and Caroline. 
Kent, Mrs. Elizabeth, b West Ave., e s bet Henry and Wilson. 
ICENT, JOSEPH, propr. Crystal Palace Hotel, opp Exhibition Grounds 

and dealer in groceries, provisions, &c., n e cor King and Lock, h 

same. 
Kerkness, Jobn, cooper, b w s William bet Barton and South. 
KERNE R, JOHN, propr. European Hotel, 72 King w. 
Kerner, Jobn C, bricklayer, h n s East Market nr West Ave 
Kerner, William, confectioner, b n s Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 
Kerr, Alexander, carpenter and builder, e sMary bet Henry and Little 

Gore. 
Kerr, Alexander, grocer and provision dealer, b e s Mary bet Henry and 

Little Gore. 
Kerr, Charles, clerk, P. B. & H. Barnard, bds 75 King w. 
Kerr, Charles, carp., h 28 Tyburn. 

For Handsome French and Fnglisli Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD,' Goldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 207 

Kerr, George, gate-keeper, G.W.E. 

Kerr, Mrs. Martha A., h 75 King w. 

Kerr, Murray A., coal oil and lamps, 53 King w, American Hotel bik, 

h s s King bet Bond and Bowery. 
Kerr, Robert A., h Cannon s s bet Park and Bay. 
KERR, ROBERT W., city chamberlain, h Hunter n s bet Bowery and 

Caroline. 
KERR, THOMAS, C, (Kerr, Brown & MacKenzie,) h cor McNab 

and Herkimer. 
KERR, BROWN & MACKENZIE, (Thomas C. Kerr, John Brown, 

and John I. MacKenzie, importers of dry good and groceries. 

King e, opp Fountain. 
Kerran, John, carp., h Lock e s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
Kerrigan, James, book-keeper, h Park cor Cannon. 
Kerrish, Thomas, carp , h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 
Kershaw, Thomas, car inspector, Gr. W. R., h Litle Main n s bet Pearl 

and Lock, 
Key, John, blacksmith, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Keys, John A., blacksmith, Depot, h Colborne n s bet Park and McNab. 
Keyes, John, blacksmith, h s s Guise bet Hughson and John. 
KEYES, ROBERT F., agent, J. Sutherland, bds American Hotel. 
Kidd, David, clerk, Canada Life Assurance Co., h Caroline e s bet 

Duke and Robinson. 
Kidd, James, quarryman, h Caroline bet Duke and Robinson. 
Kidd, William, machinist, G.W.R. 

Kidner, Charles, printer, h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah. 
Kidney, John, lab., h Maria nr Walnut. 

Kiley, Michael, bds e s Hughson bet Rebecca and King William. 
Kilgour. Mrs. (wid. John,) h Hughson opp Market Square. 
KILGOUR, JAMES, h n s Peel bet Walnut and Cherry. 
KILGOUR, ROBERT, h n s Peel bet Cherry and Walnut. 
KILGOUR, J. & R., (James & Robert Kilgour,) agents Singer's Sewing 

Machines and Lamb's Knitting Machines, 57 King e. 
Killalee, Patrick, lab., h s s Stuart bet James and Hughson. 
Killalee, Patrick, baker, h Stuart bet Hughson and James. 
Killey, William, machinist, h Bay w s cor Cannon. 
Kilroy, John, lab., h s s King William bet James and Hughson. 
Kilroy, J., broker and second-hand dealer> s s King William bet James 

and Hughson, h same. 
Kilvert, Francis E., (Thomson and Kilvert,) h Little Duke cor Emerald. 
Kiivington, George gardener, h Wentworth nr King. 
Kinch, William, machinist, G.W.R. 

KINES, REV. JAMES, h n s King William bet Mary and Nelson. 
King, Elias, lab.,h s s Catharina bet John and Catherine. 

For HeaTy Wedding, Signet and Oent Ring«^, go to 
T. B. STEWAlil>, €ioldsuiith's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



208 HAMILTON CITY 

King, Gilbert H., (Gr. H. & H. A. King,) h Hughson nr Rebecca. 
King, George, helper, h n s Barton bet West Ave and Victoria Ave. 
King, Hiram, sheep skin dealer, h n s King William bet Mary and 

Nelson. 
King, Henry A., (G. H. & H. A. King,) h 82 Rebecca. 
King, Jeremiah, lab., h Main n s bet Poulette and Garth. 
King, John, lab., h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
King, Robert, Hour and feed dealer, also bread baker, w s John bet Peel 

and Tyburn, h same. 
King, Simeon V., moulder, h East Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
King, Terence, coachman, h Markland n s bet McNab and James. 
King, Thomas, lab., G.W.R., h Barton s s bet West and Victoria Aves. 
King, Thomas, brass-finisher, G,W.R. 
King, William, lab., h Poulette bet Main and Wentworth. 
King, William, h s s Peel bet Hughson and John. 
King, Wm., clothier, 26 John s, h Wentworth cor Pearl. 
King, G. n. & H. A., [Gilbert H, & Henry A. King], whip manufac 

turers n s Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 
Kingdon, Abm., lab., h Walnut bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 
Kingdon, James, tailor, h Mary bet Henry and Lind. 
Kingdon, Thomas, lab., h Main w s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Kinleyside, John, machinist, h Pearl e s bet King and Broadway. 
Kinmouth, Thos., tailor, h Walnut bet King and Main. 
Kinrade, Hugh E„ grocer, cor John and Augusta, h same. 
Kinreed, Thomas Paul, carpenter, h Barton, outside corporation. 
Kinsler, John, lab., h e s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Kirkendall, Mrs. Euphemia, widow, h Market s s bet Hess and Queen. 
Kirkham, John, weaver, h McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 
Kirkham, John, engineer, G. W. R., h Concession cor Locomotive. 
Kirkham, John, turner, G. W. R. 
Kirkness, James, carpenter, G. W. R., h Little Main s s bet Pearl and 

Lock. 
Kirkpatrick, Henry, laborer, h w s James bet Strachan and Simcoe. 
Kirkpatrick, James, Treasurer County of Wentworth, office County 

Buildings, bds Main opp Grammar School. 
Kirkpatrick, Joseph, harness maker, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Kirkwood, Mrs. John, h e s Hughson bet Wilson and Hannah. 
Kirtland, Alexander, merchant, h King William s s bet John and 

Catherine. 
Kirwin, John P., teamster, h s s Main nr Catherine. 
KITTSON, WM. H., Collector of Customs, h Bowery bet Robinson 

and Anderson. 
Klagier, Michael, bricklayer, h s s Augusta bet Catherine and John. 
Kleschman, Charles, lab., h e s West Ave bet Rebecca and E. Market. 

For Solid Silver and Best £lectro-Plate, go to Gold- 
t^mitli's Hall, T. B. STUWAKD, 13 King-St., Ham- 
ilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY; 209 

Knapp, Reginald H., law student, bds Royal Hotel. 

Knetscli, August, tailor, h w s "West Ave nr Henry. 

Kneehouse, Henry, tailor, h n s King William bet 3Iary aad Nelson; 

Kneeshaw. Joseph, salesman, h cor Catharina and Cherry. 

Knife, George, laborer, h Little Market n s bet Ray and Pearl. 

Knott, Charles, piano maker, bds n e cor Main cor Catherine. 

Knott, John, piano manufacturer, cottage and square pianos, n e cor 

Catherine and Main, h same. 
Knott, John H.. piano maker, bds n e cor Catherine and Main. 
Knott, Thomas, baggage master, G-. W. R.. h McNab e s nr Railroad. 
Knowles, Henry, cigar manufacturer, n s Catharina bet Catherine and 

John, h same. 
Knowles, Reynolds, traveling agent, (D. Moore & Co.), h n s Catharina 

bet John and Catherine. 
Knox's Church, cor James and Henry. 
Knox, David, h s s Merrick bet McNab and Park. 
Knox, George, engine driver, h Hess e s bet Napier and York. 
Knox, John, carriage trimmer, bds Cook's Hotel. 
Knudson, GustavusC, Supt. of English Church Cemetery, h Dundurn 

w s bet King and York. 
Koch, Nicholas, moulder, h s s Sheaffe bet Park and Bay. 
Korn, Wm., furrier, h n s Augusta bet John and Catherine. 
Kouber, Matthias, marble polisher, he s Lock bet Nelson and George. 
Koaber, Vincent, marble cutter, bds Lock bet George and Main. 
KRAFT ERNEST, saddle, harness and trunk manufacturer, 5 and 7 

York n s, h same. (See card.) 
Krause, A., organ builder, (T. W. White.) 
Krensbien, Henry, tailor, h s s Main 2nd door from James. 
Kretschmann, Henry, tobacco worker, h York n s cor Caroline. 
Kretschmann, H., machinist, h cor York and Caroline. 



La Haide, Chas., laborer, h n s Lind bet John and Catherine. 
LAIDLAW, ADA3I, manager and treasurer. Co-operative store, s s 

Market Square, h El2;in bet Little Gore and Wilson. 
Laidlaw, J., fitter, G. W. R. 

Laing, Mrs. Alex., widow, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Laing, George, cashier Kerr, Brown& MacKenzie's. h Rebecca. 
Laing, Geo., gardener. West Ave e s bet Wilson and King William. 
Laing, Henry H., with Lawson Bros. 

Laing, James B., clerk, h West Ave e s bet Wilson and King William. 
Laing, James B-, A. M. and M. D., h Cannon n s bet Park and Bay. 
Laing, James S., engineer, h Park e s bet Sheafi"e and Colborne. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Croldsniitli's 
Hall, T. B. !^T£WARI>, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 



210 HAMILTON CITY 

Lalor, Mrs. Mary, h e s Hughson bet Main and King. 
Lalor, Patrick, carter, h McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 
Lalor, Simon, harness maker, h Hughson bet King and Main. 
Lamb, Frederick W., clerk, bds Anglo American Hotel. 
Lamond, Finlay, grocer, s w cor Rebecca and Mary, h same. 
Lampshire, Mark, laborer, h Lock e sbet King and George. 
Lamrock, Adam, carpenter, h w s West Ave., bet Henry and Wilson. 
Lanaway, Robert T. watchman, h West Ave., es bet Henry and Robert 
Lancefield, Charles J*., carriage trimmer, h Queen w s bet Little James 

and Broadway. 
Land, Abel, clerk, h w s John bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Land, George, laborer, h Wentworth nr mountain. 
Land, Mrs. Hannah, h Barton nr William. 

Land, R, E. A., law student, bds s s Main bet Cherry and Spring. 
Land, Stephen D. , machinist, h Rebecca s sbet Mary and Nelson. 
Land, Wm-, agent Gooderham & Worts, h s s Rebecca bet Firguson 

Ave., and Mary. 
Lane, George, cashier, Brown, Gillespie & Co., h 85 Rebecca. 
Lane, Wm., salesman, 20 King e, bds West Ave. 
Langberg, Frederick, cabinet maker, 83 King e. h same. 
Langberg, John, pork butcher, e s John bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Langton, James, machinist, h Walnut bet King and Main. 
Langton, John, painter, h Walnut bet King and Main. 
LANPHIER, W. H., groceries, wines and liquors, 66 King e, h s s 

Peel, bet Hughson and John, (see card.) 
Lanress, John, laborer, h King e, cor West Ave. 
Lansfield, Harry, waiter, Royal Hotel. 

Largey, Michael second hand dealer, s s King William nr James. 
Larkin, Edward, shoemaker, h n s Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 
Larkin, Wm. G. moulder, h Park bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 
Latham, Shepherd, machinist, h Little Market n s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Latremouille, John B., tobacco worker, h Napier s s bet Caroline and 

Hess. 
Latremouille, Joseph, stone cutter, h Napier s s bet Coroline and Hess 
Lattimore, Wm., hammerman, G. W. R. 
Lauder, John, chief clerk, general freisht office, G.W.R., h Merrick nr 

Park. 
Laughlin, Jeremiah, carpenter, G. W^. R. 
Laurie, Charles, medical student, bds Thos Laurie. 
Laurie, Thomas, architect and mill-wright, h Queen w s bet Little 

Main and York. 
Laurie, Willis, clerk, Thos. Laurie. 
Lavean, John, traveller, Sharp & Secord, bds Royal Hotel. 
Lavell, John, cigar maker, h Locomotive bet York and Little Market. 
Lavell, Patrick, cigar maker, bds Locomotive bet York and Little Market. 

For Best Tal»le Cutlery, go to T. B. STRWARD> 
Ooldsmitli's Sail, 12 Kiug-St., Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 211 

Lavell, Patrick, tobacconist, Ray e s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
Lavell, Mrs. Rachel, h Ray e s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
Lavelle, Owen, laborer, h Maria bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Lavery, Henry, accountant, h Maria bet John and Catherine. 
Lavin, James, cooper, h Walnut bet Peel and Augusta. 
Lav.in, Thos., laborer, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Lavis, Edward, wool buyer, h King William s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
LAW, DAVID, (Young, Law & Co..) h Upper James. 
LAW, ROBERT N., attorney at law, James cor Merrick h cor Hugh- 
son and Tyburn. 
Lawless, Thomas, book-keeper, bds Temperance House, John n. 
Lawlor, Mrs. W., h s s Catharina bet Liberty and Cherry. 
LAWRENCE, THOMAS, (Thomas Lawrence & Co.,) h n s King e 

Hughson. 
LAWRENCE, THOS. & CO. (Thomas Lawrence & Arthur Puckridge. 

chemists and druggists, Stinson's New Block n sKing e of Hughson. 
Lawry, Charles, with H. J. Lawry, 
Lawrie, Henrj, porter, bds 18 Kinge. 
Lawrie, James, laborer, hBold n s bet Hess and Queen. 
Lawry, Henry J , butcher, stalls 55 and 5u City 3Iarket h tp Barton. 
Lawry, Thomas, (Lawry and Stroud,) h Barton tp. 
LAWRY & STROUD, butchers, stall 50 and 51 City Market. 
LAWS, JOHN, flour and feed dealer, n s King bet Catherine and Mary 

h same. 
LAWSON, ALEXANDER, (A. Lawson & Co.,) h Bold s s bet 

Bowery and Caroline, 
LAWSON, JOHN, (Lawson, Bros.,) li Gore cor Catherine. 
Lawson, John, baker, h n s Rebecca bet Cathcartand Wellington. 
LAWSON, JOSEPH, (Lawson, Bros.,) h James w s bet Bold and 

Duke. 
Lawson, Wm., h Wilson nr Ferguson Ave. 
LAWSON, A. & Co., (Alexander Lawson and Alexander Mars.) book 

and job printers, bookbinders and blank book manufacturers, 3 

King w, (see advertisement.) 
LAWSON, BROS., (John and Joseph Lawson,) dry goods, clothing 

and millinery, Kmg cor James, (see advertisement.) 
Lay Michael, cutter, h Main bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Lazarus, George, turner, h Caroline w s bet York and Mile?. 
Lazarus, George G., collector, h Caroline w s bet York and Miles. 
LAZIER, S. P., L.L.B., (Chisholm & Lazier,) bds King William bet 

Mary and Wellington. 
Lea, Miss Catherine, h Little Market n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Leary, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Railways sbet York and Concession. 
Leathern, Samuel, fitter, G.W.R., 

For Fine Gold aud ^^ilrer Fnglish Hunting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. !!iX£WARJ>, Goldsmith'!^ Uali, 
13 King-St., HamiltoD. 



212 HAMILTON CITY 

Leavers, James, tailor, h Canada s s bet Lock and Poulette. 
Leavers, John, laborer, li Canada s s bet Lock and Poulette. 
LEE, CHARLES, inspector of Public Works, h ws Hughson bet 

Brock and Burlington. 
Lee, Mrs. Ellen, grocer, n s Peel bet Walnut and Catharine. 
LEE, GEORGE, wholesale oyster game and fruit dealer, 4 and 6 King 

west, h same, (see card.) 
Lee, James, laborer, h w s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 
Lee, Stephen, d. b. bds n s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 
Lee, Wesley, h e s Hughson bet Brock and Burlington. 
Lee, William, mail driver, h Caroline w s bet Napier and York. 
Lee, W^illiam John, blacksmith, h McNab e s near Beckett's Foundry. 
Leegrice, John baker, w s John bet Peel and Tyburn, h same. 
Lees, George, flour and feed dealer, 16 Johns s, h same. 
LEES, THOS., watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 5 James n h 

Little Gore bet Elgin and Ferguson Ave. 
Lees, William, bread and biscuit baker. Prince's Square n s Main, h 

same. 
Leggat, George, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
LEGGAT, MATTHEW, (Wood & Leggat,) h Portland Place, Upper 

James cor Hannah. 
LEGGO, WM., master in chancery, barrister, &c., office 2 John s h 

James bet Hunter and Bold. 
Leitch, Andrew, machinist, bds John cor Rebecca. 
Leitch, John, junr., machinist, h cor John and Rebecca. 
LEITCH JOHN, blacksmith and machinist, gun, lock and house 

smith, John n cor Rebecca, h same. 
Leith, Wm., architect, h w s West Ave., bet Wilson and Rebecca. 
Leith, William, painter, h Park e s bet York and Merrick. 
Lemessurier, Daniel, (Barker and Lemessurier,) h Bond e s bet King 

and Main. 
LEMON, CHARLES, barrister, &c., (Waddell and Lemon,) bds 

Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Lendon. Mrs. Mary A., h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Lendrum, Mrs. Ann, (widow of William,) h ss Gore bet John and 

Catherine. 
Lennon, Miss, tailoress, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Lentz, August, laborer, h King e near West Ave. 
LePatourel; Elias J., shoemaker, h s s Main nr Spring. 
LeRiche, Geo., book-keeper, bds cor Bay and Cannon. 
Leskar, Mrs., h Caroline e sbet York and Miles. 
Leslie, John P., salesma,n h James ws cor Duke. 
Leslie, Wm. H., clerk, store depat. G. W. R., h cor John and Rebecca. 
Levy, Abraham, (H. & A Levy,) importer, h 7 John. 

For Handsome l^carf Pins and i^hirt IStuds, go to 
T. B. i>iT£WABI>, Goldsmith's Hall, 12 Kiug-iSt., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 213 

Levy, Herman, (H. & A. Levy, importer, li 7 John. 

LEVY, ISAAC, dealer in gent's ready made clothing 22 King w, and 
ss Market Square, h s s East Market bet Mary and Nelson. 

Levy, Marks, fancy goods, h McNab e s bet Main and Tyburn. 

Levy, Samuel, bds s s East Market bet Mary and Nelson. 

LEVY, H. & A. ( Herman and Abraham Levy,) importers and whole- 
sale dealers in watches, watch materials and fancy goods, 7 John ?. 

Lewis, Adolphus, plasterer, h Catharine bet Peel and Augusta. 

Lewis, Mrs. Elizabeth, h s s Guise bet Hughson and John. 

Lewis, Mrs. Elizabeth, h e s Catherine nr Rebecca. 

Lewis, Mrs. Elizabeth, h e s John bet Lind and Barton. 

Lewis, Henry, laborer, h East Market s s bet Ashley and Wentwortb. 

Lewis, James, h Maria bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Lewis, James, polisher, h Main bet Wellington and Spring. 

Lewis, James D. laborer, h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession, 

Lewis, John, laborer, h Little 3Iarket bet Ray and Peel. 

Lewis, Thomas, laborer, h West Ave., es bet Henry and Robert. 

LEWIS, THOMAS, confectioner and tobacconist, 80 King e,h same 

Lewis, Thomas, machinist, h John bet Lind and Barton. 

Lewis, William, painter, h York s s bet Park and Bay. 

Lewis, Wm., h ws Walnut nr Peel. 

Lewis, William, h cor Walnut and Peel. 

LIFE _ ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND, A. F. Forbes, agent, 
King William cor James. 

Ligget, George, laborer, h w s Caroline bet York and Miles. 

Lillis, James, laborer, h w s Catherine bet Stuart and R. R. Bridge. 

Lillis, John, laborer, h s s Stuart bet John and Catherine. 

Lilly, Georsre, carpenter, h cor Henry and Catherine. 

LIND, GEORGE, agent Guelph Mills, h 9 York n s. 

Lind, Wm, commercial traveller, Main W., n s bet Bond and Bowery. 

Lindsay, Walter, traveller, h Parkw s cor Cannon. 

LINDSEY, WALTER J. chief clerk, treasurer's office, G.W.R., bds 
J. Price, James. 

LISTER, CLAUDIUS, builder, w s Hughson bet Gore and Henry, h 
e s Mary bet Henry and Lind. 

Lister, _David, machinist, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Lister, John, carpenter, G. W. R. 

Lister, Ptobert, machinist, h cor John and Stuart. 

LittK Alfred, brick yard, Garth w s nr Main, h King w, n s nr Garth. 

Little, David, barber, h Market n s bet Park and McNab. 

Little, H., traveller, J, W. Lottridge& Co., h cor Bowery and Robinson. 

Little, John, law student, bds s Gore cor Hughson. 

Little, John, grocer, cor King e and Wentwortb, h same. 

Little, John, lab., G. W. R., h Concession nr Bay. 

For low priced and good American, Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, OoldsmitU's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



214 HAMILTON CITY 

Little, Kobert, teamster, h. w King, n s, nr Crystal Palace. 

Little, Vincent, brickmaker and farmer, b Main nr West lirnitf. 

Littlejobn, Charles, lab., h cor Barton and Mary. 

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE CO., 
F. A. Ball, Inspector, Ontario, T. A. Ambridge, Acting Agent, 
Hamilton, off. 5 King w. (see card.) 

Livings, Prank, machinist, b York n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Livingston, John, lab., b s s Stuart bet John and Hughson. 

Livingston, Thomas C, land surveyor, 4 Tuckett's blk. Bay w g. 

Lockie, James, S., accountant, Bank B.N. A., res Dundas. 

Lockley, Anthony, lab., b e s Catherine bet Oak and Stinson. 

Lockman, James P., printer, h Little Market ns bet Pearl and Lock. 

Lockman, William, carp., h Little Market n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Lockman, Wm., jr., carp., b Little Market n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Logan, David, lab., G. W. R., (at Roach's.) 

LOGAN, GEORGE, agent George McLean's '•' Puslincb Mills," dealer 
in flour and feed, 76 King w, b same. (See card.) 

Logan John, clerk, h Liberty bet Grove and Catharina. 

Logan, Matthew, constable, h 80 Hughson bet Liud and Barton. 

Logan, Mrs. M. E., b James opp Duke. 

LOGIE, ALEXANDER, Judge County Court, b Marklandbet Bowery 
and Bond. 

LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, (1720) W. F. Findlay, 
agent, James opp Fountain. (See advertisement.) 

LONDON AND LANCASHIRE, FIRE AND LIFE INS., CO., 
W. G. Crawford, agent. Royal Hotel buildings, Merrick. 

Loney, Christopher, shoemaker, b Rebecca bet Cathcart and Welling- 
ton. 

Long, Philip, wool grader, bds Park bet Merrick and Vine. 

Long, Philip, carpenter, h John n e s bet Stinson and Barton. 

LONG, WILLIAM D., (Long & Bisby), b Park bet Merrick and Vine. 

LONG & BISBY, [W. D. Long and G. H. Bisby], wool brokers, e s 
James bet King William and Rebecca. 

LONGMORE, EDMUND, (John Clark & Co.), bds Thorner's Block, 
Catherine. 

Lord, F., boiler maker's assistant, G.W.R. 

Lord, James, blacksmith, b Little Market nr Pearl. 

LORE T TO CONVENT, M. J. Stanislaus, superioress, King west, 
(See advertisement.) 

LOTTRIDGE, ROBERT, salesman, b 20 Rebecca. 

LOTTRIDGE, J. W., (J. W. Lottridge & Co.), h Rebecca bet Hugh- 
son and John. 

LOTTRIDGE, W. M., (J. W. Lottridge & Co.), h Rebecca bet Hugh- 
son .and John. 

For Handsome Frencli aiid Fnglish Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Golclsmitli's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Haiuiltoii. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. _ 2l5 

LOTTRIDGE, J. TV. & CO., [J. W. Lottridge and W. M. Lottridge], 
importers and wholesale dealers in wines, liquors, cigars, and gen- 
eral groceries, James cor Market Square. (See card.) 

Loudon, Wm., salesman, h James. 

Love, David, baker. John bet Peel and Augusta, h same. 

Lowden, Wm., salesman, h James w s bet Concession and Barton. 

Lowe, James, lab., h King e bet Ashley and Wentworth. 

Lowe, Wm., carpenter, h Caroline bet Market and York. 

Lowe, William, h Caroline w s bet Market and Xapier. 

Lowrey, Jacob, drover, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

LUCAS, A. J., barber and hair dresser,55 and 57 James n, bds Ontario 
House. ^ 

Lucas, James, laborer, h Main s s bet Poulette and Garth. 

Lucas, James, peddler, h East Market s s bet Victoria and Emerald. 

Lucas, Luke, moulder, h n s Little Gore nr Cathcart. 

Lucas, Richard A., salesman, h John w s bet Catharina and 3Iaria, 

Luckens, T.. Superintendent City Hospital, h same. 

Lutheran Church, St. Paul. (German) Bay w s cor Market. 

Lutz, James M., flour and feed, 11 and 13, York n s, h same. 

Lyall, Charles D., moulder, h Locomotive es bet York and Conces- 
sion. 

Lyall. John, brass moulder, York s s bet Park and Bay, h same. 

LYGHT, JOSEPH, [Joseph Lyght& Co.], hs s Tyburn bet Cherry 
and Walnut. 

LYGHT JOSEPH & CO., (Joseph Lyght), stationers and book- 
sellers, 36 King e. (See card.) 

Lyle, Mrs. ]\[artha, grocer, West Ave. e s bet Henry and Wilson. 

Lynch, Dennis, lab., hss Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Lynch, James, tavern keeper, s e cor John and Tyburn. 

Lynch, J., car department, G. W. R. 

Lynch, Michael, lab., h e s James bet Wilson and Hannah. 

Lynch, Patrick, rope maker, h St. Lawrence Terrace bet Victoria and 
Emerald. 

Lynch Timothy, laborer, h e s John and Railroad Bridge. 

Lynd, Mrs. Sarah, h 41 Rebecca. 

Lyne, John, bootmaker, h Liitle TV'illiam w s bet Barton and South. 

Lynn, James, saddler, h East Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 

Lyon, John, car department, G. W. R. 

Lyons, Mrs. Isabella, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 

Lyons, James, sailor, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 

LYONS, JOHN, foreman, news department. Times, h Catherine bet 
Aususta and Catharina. 

Lyons, Thomas, sailor, h n s Barton bet John and Hughson. 

Lyons, Wm., grocer, h Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry, 

For Heavy Werttlin^, Signet and (ireiu Rings, go to 
T. B. !!iT£WAKI>, ^oidsmitk's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



216 HAMILTON CITY 



McAllister, DAVID C., Vulcan steam boiler makinp;, ship and 

screw bolt works, cor Brock and McNab, h cor McNab and 

Burlington. 
McAllister, JOHN, groceries and liquors, York s s cor Caroline, 

h same. 
McAllister, John, blacksmith, h w s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McAllister, JOHN, grocer and provision dealer, McNab e s bet 

Mulberry and Sheaffe, h same. 
McAllister, William J., printer, h Locomotive w s nr York. 
Mc Andrew Peter, gardener, h Hess w s rear n of York. 
McAndrew, George, painter, John cor King William, h same. 
Mc ANDREW, WM., printer, h John bet Catharina and Augusta. 
McAndrews, Patrick, laborer, h s s Peel cor Liberty. 
Mc Arthur, Duncan, carpenter, h n s O'Reilly w of Walnut. 
Mc Arthur, Jno., book-keeper, h Hughson cor Lind. 
McArthur, Mrs. John, h cor Hughson and Lind. 
McAuley, J., tender fitter, G. W. R. 
McAuley, Mrs. Margaret, fruit and vegetables, w s John bet Augusta 

and Peel, 
McAuley, Wm., painter, bds w s John bet Peel and Augusta. 
McAuliffe, Jeremiah, grocer. Park w s cor Sheaffe, h same. 
McAuliffe, Patrick, grocer and saloon keeper, s s Guise bet Hughson 

and John, h same. 
McBeath, Mrs. Kate, ( widow,) h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
McBeth, Andrew, laborer, h s s Broadway bet Ray and Queen. 
McBride, Andrew, laborer, h s s Murray bet James and Hughson. 
McBride, A., teamster, Hendrie & Co. 

McBride, Daniel laborer, h w s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
McBride, Dennis, laborer, h e s Catharine bet Barton and Stinson. 
McBride, James, laborer, h Catherine bet Peel and Augusta. 
McBride, Philip, laborer, h s s Oak nr John. 

McBride, Thomas, teamster, h 110 Hughson bet Stinson and Stuart. 
McCabe, Mrs. Mary, h McNab nr Mulberry. 
McCall, Robert, laborer, h Park e s cor Vine. 
McCallum, Thomas, cabinet maker, h cor Ray and George. 
McCallum, William, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
McCandlish, Peter, baker, h w s John bet Tyburn and Peel. 
McCann, Ezekiel, h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McCann, Henry F., confectioner, h West Ave. e s cor Wilson. 
McCann, John, boot and shoemaker, w s James nr Vine, h same. 
McCANN, THOS. E., confectioner, saloon and oyster depot, 4 and 6 

John s, h same. 

For Solid Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
!!imitli's Hall, T. JB, STEWARD, 13 Iting-St., Ilam- 
iltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 217 

McCardle, Mrs. Patrick, li e s John cor Lind. 

McCardle, Wm,, laborer, h. cor John and Lind. 

McCarthy, Calvin, cab owner, h n s Mulberry bet McNab and Park. 

McCarthy, Charles, tailor, h Railway w s bet York and Concession. 

McCarthy, Dennis, grocer, cor King e and Wentworth, h same. 

McCarthy, Dennis, tavern keeper, s s King William bet James and 

Hugh son. 
McCarthy, Eugene, (Wall & McCarthy), h n s Tyburn bet Cherry and 

Wellington. 
McCarthy, Patrick, lab., h s s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
McCarthy, Patrick, lab., h s s Stuart bet John and Hughson. 
McCartney, James, gardener, h Hannah bet Walnut and Cherry. 
McCartney, James, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 

McCartney, Wm., carpenter, hn s Catharinabet Catherine and Walnut. 
McCauley, F., (Blake & McCauley), h 28 Wellington. 
McClellan, James, tanner, h cor Tyburn and Wellington. 
McClelland, Alex., lab., h McNab s s bet Murray and Concession. 
McClelland, Robert, lab., h s s Catharina bet Wellington and Liberty. 
McClelland, Wm., spice dealer, h King e bet Walnut and Nelson. 
McClennan, James, lab., h s s Tyburn bet Wellington and Cherry. 
McClennan, Wm., collar maker, h 52 Rebecca. 
McCloy, Mrs. Agnes, tailoress, h cor Wellington and Peel. 
McClure, James, cabinet maker, h s s Mulberry bet Bay and Park. 
McCLURE, JAMES F,, chief clerk accountant's office, G. W. R., h 

Park w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
McClure, Wm., carpenter, h s s Wilson bet McNab and Bay. 
McComb, John, tailor, h West Ave e s bet Wilson and King William. 
McComb, Thomas, (Day & McComb), h Merrick n s cor Bay. 
McComb, Wm., marble cutter, h Bay e s bet Cannon and Vine. 
McCormick, Geo., milkman, h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McCormick, Ralph, teamster, h Hannah, bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McCosh, James, baker, bdss s King w bet Bowery and Caroline. 
McCowell, Bernard, laborer, h Dundurn w s bet King and York. 
McCowell, Bernard, clerk, h Ray w s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
McCowell, John, carter, h Ray w s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
McCoy, Alexander, laborer, h Stuart near Victoria Ave. 
McCoy, Mrs. Jane, h s s Guise bet Hughson and John. 
McCoy, John, carpenter, h Barton tp on Lake Shore Road. 
McCoy, Mrs. Mary Ann, h Guy nr Hughson. 
Mccracken, henry, Prop. Anglo American Hotel, cor McNab 

and Market Square. 
Mccracken, JAMES, high baiM, office City Hall, h n s King 

William nr John. 
McCrae, Colin, merchant, h Ferguson Ave. e s bet Little Gore and 

Henry. 

For Best Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWARD, 
Croidsiuith's Hall, 13 Kiug-St., Hamilton. 

28 



218 HAMILTON CITY 

McCraken, John, accountant J. Garrett & Co., h n s "Wilson bet Elgin 

and Fersjuson Ave. 
McCRAKEisr, THOMAS, manager Gore Bank, Hess w s cor Main. 
McCraken, Wm. H., salesman, h w s Catherine bet Henry and Gore. 
McCue, James, grocery, Eay e s cor Little Main. 
McCue, James, fireman, Ray e s bet Broadway and Little Main. 
McCue, Thomas, blacksmith, bds Farmer's Home Inn, John opp. Wood 

Market. 
Mcculloch, DAVID, sen., foreman cabinet maker, G. W. R., h 

Little Peel nr Broadway. 
Mcculloch, DAVID, jr., foreman, upholsterer, G.W.R. h Little 

Peel nr Broadway. 
McCulloch, Mrs. Harriet, h e s Hughson bet Hannah''and Warren. 
McCulloch, Peter, prop. Three Horse Shoe Hotel, Park cor York. 
Mcculloch, wm., clerk, Treasurer's Office, G.W.R., bds Little 

Peel nr Broadway. 
McCullough, John, carpenter, h Maiden Lane n s bet Bowery and 

Caroline. 
McCully, Alexander, shoemaker, h Cannon n s bet McNab and James. 
McCunniffe. Michael, laborer, h Wentworth s of G.W.R. 
McCurdy, Joseph, (J. & W. McCurdy,) h w s Bay opp Murray. 
McCurdy, Wm., (J. & W. McCurdy,) h King William opp Nelson. 
McCURDY, J & W. (Joseph & Wm. McCurdy,) carpenters and 

builders. King William nr John. 
McCutcheon, Henry, teller Merchants' Bank of Canada, bds Catherine 

e s opp Gore. 
McDermott, Mrs. Mgt., h Catherine bet Peel and Tyburn. 
McDonald, Alex., book-keeper, h Maria bet John and Catherine. 
McDonald, Alex., carpenter, h e s Wellington bet Kins: and East 

Market. 
McDonald, David, dealer in cigars and tobacco, cor Bay and York, h 

same. 
McDonald, IMrs. Grace, h York s s bet Ray and Pearl. 
McDonald, James, foreman (McPherson & Co.,) h s s Tyburn bet 

Cherry and Wellington. 
McDonald, John, book-keeper, w s Hughson bet Wilson and Union. 
McDonald, John, shoemaker, h e s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
McDonald, John, porter, 38 King e. 
McDonald, John A. grocer, h w s James opp Vine. 
McDonald, Mrs. N., h n s Peel nr Walnut. 
McDonald, Wm., bar tender, h e s James bet Lind and Barton. 
McDonnell, Alex., contractor, York s s bet Hess and Caroline, h same. 
IMcDonnell, Patrick, laborer, h Hannah bet Walnut and Cherry. 
McDonough, Andrew, h Hunter s sbet James and McNab. 
McDonough, A., laborer, h Victoria Ave., bet Main and King. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, so to Goldsmitli's 
Hall, T. B. iyTEWA«D, IS King-St. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 219 

McDONOUGH, LUKE, Hotel and Restaurant, s s King William bet 
James and Hughson. 

McDougall, David, upholsterer, h McNab nr Vine. 

McDOUGtALL, JAMES, wholesale and retail dealer in rock oil, 
machinery oils, wool oil, lamps, &c.. King s w cor McXab, h same. 
(See advt.) 

McDougall Wm. machinist, Gr.W.R. h Oak nr. John. 

McDowell, Samuel, h Hess w s cor York. 

McDuneth, John, porter, h Victoria Ave. w s bet King and Main. 

McEachern, Mrs. John, h 46 Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 

McElchern, W., car dept. G. W. R. 

McElroy, Oliver, bds American Hotel. 

McElroy, Robert, bds American Hotel. 

McEnenery, Michl., moulder, h w s Catherine bet Lind and BartoD. 

McEwan, Samuel P., laborer, h Queen w s bet Little Main and York. 

McEwen, David R., cashier G.W.R., h e s Bay bet Cannon and Mul- 
berry. 

McEwen, Hugh, saddle, harness and trunk manufacturer, e s John bet 
Peel and Augusta. 

McEwen, John, clerk, h Charles e s bet Hunter and Bold. 

McEwen, Thomas, spring-maker, h Reid's, John s. 

McFadden, David, salesman, bds w s John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

McFadden, John, grocer and provision dealer, cor Hughson and Wood, 
h same. 

McFadden, Mrs. Mary, h Walnut bet Peel and Augusta. 

McFadden P., moulder G.W.R. 

McFadden, W., car dept., G.W.R. 

McFadyen, Alex., brass finisher, (H. &R. Young,) h Elgin. 

McFarland, Alex., carpenter, h Rebecca w s bet Mary and Ferguson Ave. 

McFarlane, Andrew, clerk, h Market n s bet Park and Bay. 

McFarlane, James, salesman, bds Peel bet John and Hughson. 

McFarlane, Mrs. Margaret, h 68 Rebecca. 

McFarlane, Mary, matron County Jail. 

McFarlane, Robert, milkman, h Concession Road n s. 

McFee, Malcolm, watchman, G. W. R., h e s John bet Oak and Rail- 
road Bridge. 

McGANN, JOHN B., superintendent Deaf and Dumb Institute, Dud- 
durn Castle. 

McGANN, EDWARD W., res Dundurn Castle. 

McGANN, MISS H., teacher, Deaf and Dumb Institute, Dundurn 
Castle. 

McGarvin, Smith, carriage maker, bds Volunteer's Hotel. 

McGarry, Patrick, baker, h Bold n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

McGibbins, Wm., baker, h Douglas s s w of Queen. 

For Heavy IVedrtiiis, Signet and €rem Kings, go to 
T. B. STEIWAKD, Cioldsmith'8 llall,\ 13 Kiug-St., 
Hamilton. 



220 HAMILTON CITY 

McGill, Samuel, pattern maker, h Main nr Wentworth. 
McGilpin, John, baker, h King n s bet Park and Bay. 
McGillivray, Donald, conductor, G.W.K., h w s Catherine bet Lind and 

Barton. 
McGinnis, Mrs. Hannah, h e s Hughson bet Wilson and Hannah. 
McGIVERIN, EDWARD, carriage and general hardware, wholesale 

and retail, 56 King e, hcor Rebecca and Mary. (See card.) 
McGiverin, T., jr., clerk, (Wm. McGiverin & Co.), h cor Mary and 

Rebecca. 
McGiverin, Wm., jr., clerk, (Wm. McGiverin & Co.), bds Tp. Barton 

nr Eastern limits. 
McGIVERIN, WM., [Wm. McGiverin & Co.], h King e Tp. Barton. 
McGIVERIN, WM. & CO., wholesale dealers and importers of iron, 

steel and shelf hardware, James opp the Gore; (See card.) 
McGlogan, Cornelius, hotel keeper, s s King William bet James and 

Hughson. 
McGlogan, Patrick, tavern keeper, cor Market Square and Hughson. 
McGolpin, John, baker and confectioner, 94 King w, h same. 
McGorvan, John, pensioner, h s s McAulay bet John and Hughson. 
McGowan, Archibald, machinist, h Hess w s n of York. 
McGowan, Patrick, butcher, h Margaret w s bet King and Main. 
McGrath, Edward, waggon and carriage maker, cor James and Tyburn, 

h Peel bet James and Hughson. 
McGrath, F., lab., h Yorks s nr Suspension Bridge. 
McGrath, James, lab., h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 
McGrath, James, lab., h n s Picton bet James and McNab. 
McGrath, Michael, lab., h Wentworth s s bet Ray and Pearl. 
McGregor, Duncan, carriage maker, h Queen w bet Market and Napier. 
McGregor, Duncan, piano maker, (C. L. Thomas.). 
McGregor, Miss E., h 67 Rebecca. 

McGregor, George, salesman, 14 James n, bds cor Gore and Hughson. 
McGregor, Thomas, moulder, h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 
McGregor, William, machinist, h Bay bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
McGregor, Mrs. Mary, (wid.) h Maria bet Cherry and Wellington. 
McGuire, Mrs. Bridget, h w King nr Crystal Palace. 
McGuire, Francis, second-hand dealer, s s King William bet James and 

Hughson. 
McGuy, John, mason, h Ray w s bet Main and Wentworth. 
McHAFFIE, JOHN, book-keeper, h Main w, s s bet Queen and Ray. 
McHajBie, John, clerk, bds Vine bet McNab and Park. 
McHajSie, Robert, clerk, bds cor McNab and Concession. 
3IcHarg, James, travelling agent, h Park w s bet Vine and Cannon, 
McHenry, George, painter, h n s Main bet Victoria Ave and Wellington. 
Mc Henry, James, carp., h cor James and Stuart. 

For Solid Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smith's Hall, T. B, STEWABB, 13 King-St., Uam- 
iltou. 



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^ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 221 

McHenry, Peter S., grocer, h Park w s cor Cannon. 

Mcllwraith, Alexander, builder, h e s Wellington bet King & East Market 

McILWHAITH, J. G., salesman, (A. Murray & Co.), bds Wellington 

cor King. 
McIL WRAITH, THOMAS, manager Hamilton Gas Light Co., h s 

s Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 
Mclnerney, J., fitter, G. W.R. 

Mclnerney, Michael, moulder, h Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Mclnerney, Patrick, lab., h Mary bet Oak and Wilson. 
Mclnerney, James, machinist, h e s James cor Oak. 
McINLEY, JAMES, night foreman, G. W. B., h Napier. 
McINNES, ALEXANDER, (Sanford, Mclnnes & Co.,) h Upper John. 
McINNES, DONALD, (D. Mclnnes & Co., and Mclnnes, Calder & Co.) 

h Upper John. 
Mclnnes, Duncan, salesman, h e s West Ave nr Rebecca. 
McINNES, HUGH, (Mclnnes, Calder & Co.,) h Upper John. 
Mclnnes, Mrs. Johanna, h Maria bet Hughson ■end John. 
McINNES, CALDER & CO., (Donald Mclnnes, Hugh Mclnnes and 

John Calder,) importers ot" British, Foreign and American Dry 

Goods, King cor John, (see card.) 
McINNES, D. & CO., merchants and manufacturers of Canadian 

goods, exclusivelyj King cor John, (see card.) 
Mcintosh, John, boiler maker, h e s Wellington nr East Market. 
Mclntyre, James, sailor, h East Market s s bet Nelson and Wellington. 
Mclntyre, Mrs. James, h Caroline w s bet Market aud Napier. 
JMcIntyre, John G., boiler maker, h n s Murray bet Park and McNab. 
McKaig, John, (McKaig& Hislop,) h Robinson n s bet Caroline and Hess 
McKAIG & HISLOP, general blacksmiths, York n s bet Park and Bay. 
McKay, Alexander, propr. Victoria House, King e, nr Catherine. 
McKay, George, clerk, G. W. R., h Park bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
McKay, George W., fitter, G. W. R., h e s James cor Union. 
McKay, James, carp., h Wentworth n s, last h w. 
McKay, James, h Main nr James. 
McKay, John, h Bay bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
McKay, John, lab., cor Spring and Peel. 
McKay, J., car dept., G. W. R. 

McKay, Mrs. Margaret, h s s Augusta bet James and Hughson. 
McKay, Mrs. Mary Ann, h e s Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 
McKay, Peter, tailor, h w s James bet Vine and Cannon. 
McKay, Robert, plasterer, h Caroline w s cor Robinson. 
McKay, Thomas, clerk. Post Office. 
McKay, Wm., porter. Royal Hotel. 
McKeagan, Nicholas, plasterer, h e s West Ave., bet Rebecca and East 

Market. 

For Fine CJoltl and SilTer Fnglish Hunting-Cased 
Watcbes, go to T. B. ST£WAKD, Goldsmitli's Hall, 
13 Hing-i^t., Uaiuilton. 



222 HAMILTON CITY 

McKeand, Alfred, book-keeper, h Concession Koad. 

McKeand, Anthony, clerk, 5 James n, res Barton. 

McKEAND, ARCH,, Secretary Ancaster Knittins; Co., and Insurance 
Agent, 2 King w, h James w s bet Bold and Duke, (see card.) 

McKeand, Thomas K., clerk, bds s Concession nr Mountain. 

McKee, John, propr. Western Hotel, No. 48 John. 

McKee, Mrs. Margaret, h West Ave. e s bet Henry and Robert. 

McKee, Robert, lab., h West Ave. es bet Henry and Robert. 

McKee, William, peddler, bds Western Hotel, John s. 

McKeever, James, laborer, h Cannon n s bet James and McNab. 

McKeever, Patrick, laborer, h s s Cannon bet Park and McNab. 

McKeever, Robert, laborer, Gr.W.R. 

McKeever, Wm., hammerman, G.W.R. 

McKelvey, Rev. Charles, New Connexion Methodist, h Catherine bet 
Peel and Tyburn. 

McKelvey, Samuel, laborer, h Hess e s bet Hunter and Bold. 

McKenna James, turner, h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

McKenna, Frank, carriage painter, bds H. Gr. Cooper's. 

McKenna, J., turner, G.W.R. 

McKenny, Maurice, laborer, h East e of West Ave. 

McKentrick, S., car dept., G.W.R. 

McKenzie, Mrs., h cor John and Rebecca. 

McKenzie, Alex., shoemaker, 8 James n, h 33 Hughson. 

McKenzie, Andrew, cutter, h w s West Ave. bet Henry and Robert. 

McKenzie, A. D., cutter, h West Ave. 

McKenzie, A. I., cashier, (Buchanan & Co.,) h cor Main and McNab. 

McKenzie, George, storekeeper, G.W.R., h Market nr Queen. 

McKenzie, Mrs. Jane, h w s Wellington bet Henry and Gore. 

McKenzie, John, clerk, h McNab bet King and Main. 

McKenzie, John, messenger, Gore Bank, h Gore Bank. 

McKenzie, John, tailor, h n s Main bet Wellington and Spring. 

Mckenzie, rev. JOHN G. D., (Episcopal,) h w s James bet Mul- 
berry and Colborne. 

McKenzie, Kenneth, salesman, rooms Hughson bet King and Main. 

McKenzie, Kenneth, printer, h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 

McKenzie, Thos. H., (McKenzie & Mackay,) res Dundas. 

McKENZIE & MACKAY, (Thos. H. McKenzie and Wm. Mackay,) 
wool and flax brokers, 9 King e. 

McKeown, Hugh, saddler and harness maker, h Main bet Catherine and 
Walnut. 

McKEOWN, JOHN, barrister, &c., office Commercial Chambers bds 
(Mrs. Streets,) Catherine. 

McKeown, John, teamster, h McNab. 

McKibbon, Wm., watchmaker, h w s West Ave. nr Henry. 

For Haiidsouie Frencli and Englisli Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, OolclsmitU's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 223 

McKithan, H. F. (Cunningham, McKiehan & Co.) h. Charles bet Main 

and King. 
McKICHAN, John R., paper bag manufacturer, McNab ws bet King 

and Main, 
McKillop, Arch'd., traveling agent, h n s Peel cor Cherry. 
McKILLOP, DAVID, (John Thomas & Co.,) prop. Hamilton Iron 

Works, h Elgin bet Wilson and Little Gore. 
McKillop, David, machinist, h es Cathcartbet King and East Market. 
McKinlay, James, machinist, h Napier s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
McKinlay, Miss Mary, dress maker, h s s Tyburn bet Walnut and 

Cherry. 
McKinnon, 3Iiss Ann, Hess e s cor Miles, 
McKinnon, Mrs., h n s Barton bet James and Hughson. 
McKINSTRY, HENPtY, manager Royal Canadian Bank, h Park e s 

cor Cannon, 
McKinstry, Wm,, h Catherine bet Gore and Rebecca. 
McKinty, John, mariner, h Wellington opp Grove. 
McKnight, John, cook, Royal Hotel, h vf s Mary, bet Rebecca and 

Henry. 
McLaren, Mrs., h Oak Bank, Upper James. 
McLaren, James, mariner, h w s John bet Union and Oak. 
McLaren. Wm., shoemaker, h w s West Ave. nr Henry. 
McLauchlan, Alex., engine driver, h Locomotive e s bet York and 

Concession. 
McLaughlin, James, moulder, h w s McXab bet Colborne and Con- 
cession. 
McLaughlin, James, clerk, (Young Law & Co.,) bds John. 
McLaughlin, Mrs. Luke, h w s Hughson bet Henry and Lind. 
McLean, Alex., porter, h Cherry bet Tyburn and Peel. 
McLean, Archibald, salesman, h Elgin bet Little Gore and Wilson. 
IMcLean, George, shoemaker, h e s Hughson bet Rebecca and Gore, 
McLEAN GEORGE, flour and feed store, 76 King w, res Aberfoyle, 

[see card.] 
]\[cLean, Hugh, baker, h William s s bet Ray and Pearl. 
McLean, John, bolt-maker, h Little Market ss cor Ray. 
McLean, Wm., carpenter, G.W.R. 
McLELLAN, DONALD, bookseller and stationer, and depository 

Upper Canada Bible Society, 26 King w, h same. 
McLeod, Angus, moulder, h w s Catherine bet Gore and Henry. 
McLEOD, ARCH., prop. Hamilton Fancy Dye House, w s James cor 

Cannon, h same. 
McLeod, James, boiler maker, h w s Catherine bet Lind and Henry. 
McLeod, 'John, clerk, h Charles e s bet Hunter and Bold. 
INJcLeod, Norman, farme", h s s Strachan bet James and McNab. 

For low priced ami gjoort American, Clocks, go to 
T. B. NT£WAK1>, (Goldsmith's Hall, 13 l£ing-ISt., 
Hamilton. 



324 HAMILTON CITY 

McLeod, Oliver, blacksmith^ Kay w s cor Little Main. 
McLeod, Wm., boiler maker, h Bay bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
McMAHEN, HUGH, carpenter and builder, h 20 Wellington s. 
McMahan, John, book-keeper, h Peel bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McMahon, Mrs. Catherine, h Caroline w s bet Hunter and Bold. 
McMAHON, EDWARD, h John cor Gore. 

McMahon, Jeremiah, moulder, h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McMahon, John, S., book-keeper, h n s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 
McMahon, W. F., watchmaker, 86 King e, bds Peel nr Catherine. 
McMann, Mrs. Margaret, h Wellington e s bet Wilson and Little Gore. 
McManus, James, shoemaker, h e s Cathcart bet Wilson and Little 

Gore. 
McManus, Patrick, hatter, h 57 Rebecca. 

McManus, Terrence, laborer, h s s Catharina bet Catherine and John. 
McMeakins, Wm., machinist, bds McNab'bet Merrick and York. 
McMenemy, Alex., policeman, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
McMENEMY, JAMES, [Mathews & McMenemy], h West Ave bet 

Robert and Henry. 
McMenemy, John, Barton s s bet West and Victoria Ave. 
McMeaemy, Patrick, laborer, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 
McMenemy, Wm., policeman, h Broadway bet Queen and Ray. 
McMichael, Isaac, whip maker, h Napier n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
McMillan, Archibald, grocer and dry goods dealer, Ray bet 

Broadway and Little Main, h same. 
McMillan, James, piano forte agent, h King William nr Mary. 
McMillan, John, salesman, h James opp Duke. 
McMillan, John, grocer and provision dealer. King e, nr Wellington, h 

some. 
McMillan, John, manager, James Robertson, h Upper James. 
McMillan, William, h McNab e s bet Bold and Duke. 
McMullen, John, cooper, h e s John bet Lind and Barton. 
McMullen, Thomas, clerk, h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
McMurray Michael, moulder, h w s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
McNab, Archibald, porter, h Hunter s s bet McNab and James. 
McNAB STREET IRON FOUNDRY, James Stewart & Co., pro- 
prietors, cor McNab and Vine. 
McNab, Duncan, machinist, h n s Barton bet Hughson and John. 
McNair, Samuel, inspector weights and measures, hws West Ave., bet 

Wilson and Henry. 
McNaught, Oscar, traveling agent, h s s Augusta bet Catherine and 

John. 
McNaughton Alexander, has Caroline bet Market and Napier. 
McNeil, John, tobacco worker, has Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
McNeil, Robert, finisher, h Locomotive w s bet York and Concession. 

For Handisoiiic Scarf Pins ai?d Shirt Studs, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Oolusmith's Hall, 12 Kiug-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL ^IRECTORTi 225 

McNichol, Donald, carpenter, h n s Barton bet Hughson and John. 
3IcNiece, Wm. J.. M. D., physician and surgeon, cor McXab and Mul 

berry, h same. 
McPherson, Allan, carpenter, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Bay. 
3IcPherson, Donald 31., confectioner, h Market s s bet Bay and Caroline. 
McPherson, John, ( John McPherson & Co.,) h Catherine bet Rebecca 

and Gore. 
McPherson, Lachlan, plasterer, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
McPherson, Mrs. Margaret, boarding house, Park e s bet Cannon and 

Mulberry. 
jMcPherson, Eichard, porter bds .James bet Wilson and Union. 
McPherson, Wm., carpet weaver, h w s James bet Strachan and Simcoe. 
McPHERSON, JOHN & CO., (.John McPherson, Daniel Sterling and 

E. W. Hyman,) wholesale manufacturers of boots and ehoes, King 

e, bet John and Catherine. 
McPHIE. DONALD, (Hobson & McPhie.) h n s Peel bet Catherine 

and Walnut. 
McQueen, James, machinist, G.W.Fv. 

McQUESTEN, CALVIN, M. D., h Maiden Lane s s cor McNab. 
McQuesten, Isaac B., bds Calvin McQuesten. 

McRoberts, Mrs. Elizabeth, h s s Tyburn bet "Wellington and Cherry. 
McStravick. Henry, traveling agent, h s s Catharina bet Liberty and 

Cherry. 
McTAGGART 3IILES F. 31. D. physician and surgeon Park w s bet 

3Ierrick and Vine. 
McVettie, John, laborer, h n s Barton bet West Ave and Victoria Ave. 
3Ic Vicar, Angus, tinsmith, h n s Catherine bet Henry and Gore. 
VcVitty, Andrew, salesman, bds ccr Barton and Victoria Ave. 
3IcWhirter, 3Iiss 3Iargaret, h w s Catherine bet Rebecca and Gore. 
3IcWilliams. Robert, machinist, h 3IcNab e s nr Simcoe. 



M 

Macabe, Chas. F., clerk mechanical office, G.W.R., bds Hess nr York. 

3Iacabe, Henry, h Hess w s bet Peter and York. 

3Iacabe, G., car department, G.W.R. 

MACABE, JA3IES, Volunteer's Hotel, n s King w bet Bay and Caro- 
line. [See card.] 

3IACABE, TH03IAS, (3Iacabe k Co.). h Hess e sbet King and 3Iain. 

3IACABE, TH03IAS & CO., Burlington Coach Factory, King w cor 
Caroline. (See card.) 

MACALLU3I, ARCHIBALD, 31. A.. Principal Central School, h 
Bold s s w of Bowery. 

3Iacandrews, L. G., tailor, bds 3Iain bet Wellington and Victoria Ave. 

For Best Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWARD, 

Cioidf^mitli's Mall, 12 King-St., Hamilton. 

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226 HAMILTON CITY 

Macaulay, John A., gardener, h King nr Wellington. 

Macaulay, Robertson, accountant, Canada Life Assurance Co., h e s 

Catherine bet Catharina and Hannah. 
Macbeath, Andrew, lab.,h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Macdonald, Alex,, lab., h Pearl w s cor Little Market. 
Macdonald. Alex, commission merchant, h s s Maria nr Catherine. 
Macdonald, James, teller Royal Canadian Bank, h Little Gore s s bet 

Mary and Elgin. 
Macdonald, John, lab., h Hess w sbet York and Miles. 
MACDONALD, JOHN D., M. D., h James w sbet Hunter and Bold. 
Macdonald, Robert, salesman, bds Wellington nr King. 
MACDONALD, WALTER R., barrister, James opp the Gore, h 

James cor Bold. 
MACKAY .iSilNEAS D., shipping agent &c., foot James, h w s James 

nr Brock. 
Machuske, Michael, lab., h Pearl w s bet King and George. 
Mackay, Alex., clerk G. W, R., h Park e s nr Mulberry. 
Mackay, George, Chamberlain's assistant, h Park e s bet Cannon and 

Mulberry. 
Mackay, Hugh, clerk, bds King w n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Mackay, James, h Main s s bet James and McNab. 
Mackay, Rich'd, clerk, office G.W.R., h Bay e sbetSimcoe and Wilson, 
MACKAY, WM., (McKenzie & MacKay,) h Burlington Terrace, 

Herkimer. 
Mackay, W, F., watchmaker, h Hughson cor Henry. 
MACKELCAN, FRANCIS, (MacKelcan & Robb,) Gore bet James 

and Hughson. 
MACKELCAN, GEO. L., M,D., (J. & G. MacKelcan,) physician and 

surgeon, h s s Gore bet James and Hughson. 
MACKELCAN, JOHN, L.R.C.S., London, England, (J & G. Mac- 
Kelcan,) physician and surgeon, surgery and h n s Gore bet James 

and Hughson. 
MACKELCAN, J. & G. (John & Geo. Mackelcan) physicians and sur- 
geons, surgery n s Gore bet James and Hughson. 
MACKENNA, JOHN E. attorney, solicitor, &c., 22 John s h King 

bet Stephen and Ashley. 
MACKENNA, JOHN, broom-maker, h John nr Warren. 
MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER I., general manager and cashier, 

Buchanan & Co., h Park w s cor Concession. 
Mackenzie, George, clerk, G.W.R., h Market s s bet Hess and Queen. 
Mackenzie, John, laborer, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
MACKENZIE, JOHN I., (Kerr, Brown & Mackenzie,) h McNab 

cor Bold. 
Mackenzie, Kenneth, salesman, bds Fitzgerald's Hotel. 

For low priced and good Ainerican, Clocks, go to 
T. it. STlE\\AXtl>, ijloldsmUli's Mall, 13 Kiiig-I^t., 
Maiuiltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 227 

MACKINTOSH, DAVID, M.D., L.K.C.S.E., Edinburgh, coroner for 

city and county, oflF and h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Mackintosh, Hugh, fancy goods and hair dressing saloon, 84 King e, h 

same. 
Mackintosh, John, stair-builder, h Inchbury w s bet York and Canal. 
MACLEAN, HUGH, accountant and house and land agent, office 

James opp Gore Fountain, h Upper John s of Catharina. 
MACLEAN, JOHN, correspondent of the Globe, h York n s bet Hess 

and Queen. 
Macklin, James C, travelling agent, h Main s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Macklin, James C, jr., salesman, bds Main s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Macnab, Mrs. Daniel, h 3Iaiden Lane s s cor McNab. 
MACNABB, DUNCAN A., commission merchant, h e s Catherine cor 

Henry. 
Macpherson, Allen, carpenter, h Napier s s bet Hess and Queen. 
Macphie, Miss 3Iary, Proprietress Young Ladies Academy, s w cor 

Peel and Hughson. 
Macrae, John 0., h w s Hess bet Main and Union. 
Macready, Joseph, salesman, (Service and Wyld.) bds Cook's Hotel. 
Maddocks, Samuel, boot-maker, h Park w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Magann, Mrs. Mary, (widow.) h n s Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 
Magargy, John, laborer, h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Magee, Henry, harness maker, bds King bet Hess and Bay. 
Magee, Hugh, mason, h cor Cherry and Maria. 
Magee, Wm., Cour and feed dealer, e s James bet Stinson and Barton, 

h same. 
Magen, Christopher, butcher, stall No. 11 City market, h Tp. Barton. 
Magguan, Mrs. Catherine, h Caroline e s bet Napier and York. 
MAGILL, CHARLES, M. P., dry goods and carpeting, 7G King e, h 

s e cor Main and James. 
MAGILL, EDWARD, ( Magill & Bro., ) h Catherine bet Gore and 

Rebecca. 
Magill, Mrs. Edward, has Catherine opp Gore. • 

MAGILL, GEORGE, salesman, h Catherine opp Gore. 
Magill, Geo., moulder, h Main bet Wentworth and Emerald. 
MAGILL, ROBERT, ( Magill & Bro., ) h n s Gore bet John and 

Hughson. 
Magill, Samuel, carpenter, (E. &. C. Gurney), h Main. 
MAGILL &BRO., (Robert and Edward Magill,) importers and whole- 
sale and retail dealers^in hardware, electro plated and nickle silver 

goods, 38 King e, n s. (See adv.) 
Magaire, James, mariner, h w s James bet Vine and Cannon. 
Mahan. James, laborer, h s s Wilson bet James and McNab. 
Mahoney, Daniel, laborer, h Walnut s of Hannah. 
Mahoney, Mrs. Catherine, h cor 3IcNab and Burlington. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Qoldsniitli's 
Hall, T. B. lyXFWAKD, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 



228 HAMILTON CITY 

Mahoney, James, laborer, h Cherry bet Catherine and Maria. 

Mahony, Michael, h Park w s bet Mulberry, and SheafFe. 

Mahony, John C, (Freeman & Mahony,) h Catharine nr Rebecca. 

Main, Alexander, (Alexander Main & Co..) h cor Hughscn and Oak. 

Main, Alexander, rope maker, h cor Hughson and Oak. 

Main, James, sail maker, h Hughson cor Oak. 

Main, Alexander & Co., rope manufacturers, Mary cor Oak. 

Maitl and, James, blacksmith, h York s s, cor Park. 

Makins, E. boiler maker, Gr.W.Pt. 

Makitrick, George, cabinetmaker, T. W. White. 

Makitrick, Samuel, laborer, h King n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Malamphy, Thomas, engine driver, h Hess e s bet York and Miles. 

Malcolm, James, accountant, Caroline w s bet Ptobinson and Herkimer. 

Malcolm, John, hotel keeper, McNab bet York and Merrick. 

Malcolm, John, foreman. City Water Works, h e s John bet Henry 

and Lind. 
Malcolm, Wm., brass founder and plumber, cor Hughson and Augusta. 
Malcomson, Geo. T., mariner, h es McNab nr Wilson. 
Malcomson, Henry, carpenter, h n s Wilson bet Hughson and James. 
Malcomson, James, mariner, h s s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
Malcomson, Mrs. Jane, h Ptay es bet King and Broadway. 
Malcomson, John, steamboat captain, bus Wilson nr McNab. 
Malcomson, John T., carp., h Queeu w s bet Market and Broadway. 
Malcomson, Samuel S. engineer, h n s Wilson bet James and McNab. 
Malcomson, Stewart, h cor McNab and Wilson. 
Maldus, John, cabinet maker, h e s Caroline cor Napier. 
Malins, William J., carter, h East Market s s bet Victoria Ave., and 

Emerald. 
Mallary, Wm., general broker, e s John bet Peel and Augusta. 
Malloch, Mrs. H., h Ray w s bet Wentworth and Canada. 
Malloch, John, blacksmith, h Ray bet Wentworth and Canada. 
Mallon, Geo. farmer, h Catharine bet Catharina and Maria. 
MALLOKY, ELI H., Canada felt hat works, h Catherine e s nr Gore. 
Malloy, John, blacksmith, H. (J-. Cooper & Co. 
Malone, Michael, fireman, h Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Maneley, Wm., tinsmith, h McNab e sbet Cannon and Mulberry. 
MA.NFIELD, CHARLES, propr., Manfield's lager beer saloon, 92 

King e, h same. 
Mangle, E., machinist, G.W.R. 

Mann, Plenry, laborer, h Pearl e s bet King and Broadway. 
Mann, Thomas, moulder, bds cor John and Gore. 
Mann, William, carpenter, h Pearl e s cor Main. 
Manney, Wm. laborer, bds Hughson bet King William and Rebecca. 
Manning, Frederick, mason, hn s Tyburn bet Cherry and Spring. 

For Heavy Wetlclaaigs Signet Jisid Ciciu Kings, go to 
T. B. }!»TEWAB41>, i^oltlsiuitk'^ Mall,\ £3 l£i»g-»t., 
Uauiiltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 229 

Hansen, Mrs. Jane, h. "Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Mansfield, George, laborer, h King w, n s bet Hess and Queen. 

Mansfield, W., car department, G.W.R. 

Manson, Donald, clerk, h Walnut cor O'Reilly. 

Mariott, Thomas, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 

Market Hotel, Thomas Duffy, propr., cor McNab and Merrick, Market 

Square. 
Market Street School, Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Marwick, Thomas, h cor McNab and Cannon. 
MARLATT, S. D., (P. W. Dayfoot & Co.,) h w s Queen bet York and 

Napier. 
Marquis, William, painter, G. W. R. Station, b T'p Barton. 
MARS, ALEXANDER, (A. Lawson & Co.,) h Bold s s bet Bowery 

and Caroline. 
MARSDEN, THOMAS, portrait and picture frames, mirrors and 

moulding, 50 James n, h Park e s bet Sheaff'e and Colborne. (see 

card.) 
Marsh, Heman, baggage porter, G. W. R., h n s Sheaff'e nr Bay. 
Marsh, Thomas H., clerk, h Park w s bet Merrick and Vine. 
Marshall, Anthony, marble cutter, h s s George bet Lock and Pearl. 
Marshall, Butler, waiter, h 53 Rebecca. 

Marshall, Gavin, wool assorter, bds Hamilton House cor John and Peel. 
Marshall Geo., commission merchant, h King bet Catharina and Maria. 
Marshall, Geo. H., propr. Maple Leaf Inn, cor John and Tyburn. 
Marshall, James, clerk, mechanical Sup'ts off G.W.R., h Caroline bet 

York and Napier. 
Marshall, James, hostler, Hamilton House, cor John and Peel. 
Marshall, Mrs. Janet, h Ray e s bet King and Broadway. 
Marshall, John R., porter, h Pearl e s bet Wentworth and Canada. 
Marshall, Joseph, carp., h Ray e s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
Marshall, Joseph, school teacher, h w s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Marshall, Joseph, grocer. King w, n s cor Queen h same. 
Marshall, Robert, porter, h s s Pearl bet Canada and Main. 
Marshall, Thos., prop. Hamilton House, cor John s and Peel. 
Marshall, Thos., boiler maker, h McNab e s bet Murray and Concession. 
Marshall, Wm., tobacco worker, h Catherine w s bet Lind and Barton. 
Marshall, Wm., book-keeper, h e s Catherine bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Marshall, Wm., carpenter, G. W. R. 

Marsteman, Geo., cabinet maker, h Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 
MARSTON, JOHN B., dep. asst. Commissary General, office McNab 

cor Cannon, h Hess w s bet Main and Maiden Lane. 
Martin, Mrs. Ann, h Cherry bet Main and Tyburn. 
Martin, Dennett, cabinet maker, h w Main n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
MARTIN, EDWARD, (Martin & Bruce), h 2 Sandyford Place, Duke. 

For Fiue Oold and Nilrer Fnglislt Huntings-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. !!!>T£WAB1>, Goldsmith's Mall, 
13 Kiug-ISt., Hamilton. 



230 HAMILTON CITY 

Martin, George, carter, h Lock e s bet George and Main. 

Martin, Henry, butcher, stall No. 17, City Market, h Tp. Barton. 

Martin, Hubert, lager beer paloon, Florence Block, King w. 

Martin, John, salesman, h w s Elgin bet Little Gore and Rebecca. 

Martin, John, lab., bds Wexford House, King e. 

Martin, John, salesman, h w s Elgin. 

Martin, John B., Shakspeare Hotel, Market Squares s, h same. 

Martin, Philip, pork and provisions, w s John cor King^William, h same. 

MARTIN, RICHARD, (Martin & Ferguson), h John street road, foot 
of Mountain. 

MARTIN & BRUCE, (Edward Martin and John Milne Bruce), bar- 
risters, attorneys-at-law, solicitors, &c., 3 King w. 

MARTIN & FERGUSON, (Richard Martin and John W. Ferguson), 
barristers, attorneys-at-law and notaries, s w cor King and James. 

Mary Street School House, Mary cor Wilson. 

Maslin, Samuel, prop. James Street Hotel, s w cor James and Cannon. 

Mason, Charles, servant, bds n s Vine bet James and McNab. 

Mason, Charles S., clerk, (A. Hamilton & Co.), h Vine s s bet Park and 
Bay. 

Mason, Christopher, tobacco worker, h Cathcart e s bet King and East 
Market. 

Mason, Edward, lab., h Little Market s sbet Pearl and Lock. 

Mason, Henry^ carriage maker, h James bet King and King William. 

Mason, James B., moulder, h York s s bet Park and Bay. 

MASON, JOHN J., M. D., physician and surgeon, &c., h s s Augusta 
bet James and Hughson. 

MASON, JOHN J., official assignee, accountant and insurance agent, 
office King cor James, bds Market bet Bay and Caroline, (see card.) 

Mason, Joseph, bell-hanger and locksmith, 96 King e, h same. 

Mason, Mrs. Mary A., h Bay bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 

Mason, Mrs. Mary Jane, dressmaker, h West Ave e s bet Henry and 
Robert. 

MASON, THOS., hats, caps and furs, 12 James n, h same. 

MASONIC HALL, n e cor John and 3Iain. 

Massie, Wm., stone cutter, h n s Hannah bet James and Hughson. 

Matches, John B., salesman, bds James bet Augusta and Maria. 

Jlathews, James, painter, h Henry n s cor Cathcart. 

MATHEWS, JAMES, (Mathews & McMenemy), h Henry nr Cathcart. 

Mathews, Mrs. Jane, h e s Catherine bet Henry andLind. 

MATHEWS, JOSFPH B., livery stables. Market s s nr Park, h same. 
(See card.) 

Mathews, Robert, carpenter, h King William s s bet Mary and Nelson, 

MATHEWS & McMENEMY, (James Mathews and James Mc- 
Menemy,) plain and ornamental painters, McNab nr King. 

For Hanrtsoine Frencli and Fnglish Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARI>, OoUlsmitli's Hall, 13 King-St., 
llamiltou. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 231 

Mathews, Mrs. Edw'd., h e s James bet Lind and Barton. 

Matthews, George, printer, h Elgin, e s bet Barton and Robert. 

3IATTHIAS, DAVID, Superintendent Rolling Mills. 

jMatthias, William, foreman, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Maxwell, James, cab driver, h e s Hughson nr Wood. 

Maxwell, Thomas, h 3Iargaret e s bet King and Main. 

May, Miss 3Iary Ann, h Concession s s under the Mountain nr James. 

3Iayers, Charles, agent, York s s bet Bay and Caroline, h same. 

Meadows, Samuel, melodeon-maker, T. W. White, 

MEAKIXS, CHAS. W. (Meakins & Sons,) h King e bet Cathcartand 

Nelson. 
MEAKINS, CHAS, W. jr., (Meakins & Sons,) h King bet Nelson and 

Cathcart. 
Meakins, Edw'd, boiler-maker, h 63 Hughson nr Murray. 
MEAKINS, Geo. H., machinist and lock manufacturer, h Cathcart nr 

East Market. 
Meakins, Henry, machinist, h e s Cathcart bet King and East Market. 
MEAKINS, JONATHAN M., (Meakins & Scns.)"h Main bet Walnut 

and Catherine. 
MEAKINS & SONS, (C. W., J. M. & C. W. Meakins,) cabinet- 
makers, upholsterers and wholesale brush manufacturers, King e bet 

Nelson and Cathcart. (See card.) 
Mechanics' Hotel, Mrs. Ann Quin, e s John opp Wood Market. 
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. James bet Market and 3Ierrick. 
Mechanics' Saloon, John Fleming prop., cor Catherine and Barton. 
Meegan, Thos., moulder, h Mulberry bet Park and McNab. 
Mehain, Mrs. Ellen, h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 
Meikle. James, salesman, h s s Augusta bet Hughson and James. 
Meiller, John, tailor, h Little Gore, nr Mary. 
Meiller, Joseph, boot and shoemaker, h s s Stuart bet McNab and 

James. 
Meinke, Augustus, marble cutter, bds King nr Wellington. 
MELDRUM, HENRY, chemist and druggist, 74 King e h n s Cannon 

bet Park and Bay, 
Meldrum, Thos., propr Balmoral House cor McNab and Stuart. 
Mellon, John, laborer, h Hannah bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Mellville, W^m., hammerman, G.W.R. 

Melonej, Mrs. Catherine, grocery, h cor McNab and Wilson. 
Melrose, Wm., machinist, bds McNab bet Concession and Stinson. 
Memory, John, machinist, h Locomotive w s bet York and Concession. 
Menard, Peter, glass blower, h s s Picton bet James and McNab. 
MENDON, L. C, wholesale and retail dealer in sewing machines, 

Royal Hotel Building, James. (See advt.) 
Menik, Frederick, fitter, h Kins cor Wellington. 

For Solid Silver an«l Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
siuitk's Hall, T. JB, ST£WAK1>, 13 King-St., Uam- 
ilton. 



232 HAMILTON CITY 

Menker, Frederick, laborer, h King e, nr West Ave. 

Menker, John, h King e, bet Wellington and West Ave. 

Menzies, Wm., printer, Spectator, h Bay e s bet Cannon and Mul- 
berry. 

Mercer, Birtwistle, tailor, h Hunter n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA, James w s cor Main. 

Mereness, Orville, shoemaker, h e s John bet Peel and Augusta. 

Merrick, Thomas, shoemaker, bds s s King William bet James and 
Hughson. 

Merrin, Michael, laborer, h s s SheaflFe bet Bay and Park. 

Meston, Charles, flour and feed, 25 and 27 York n s, h same. 

Metcalf, Joseph, cashier, G.W.R., h w s Ferguson Ave., bet Wilson and 
Little Gore, 

Metcalf, Christopher, well digger, h Bay w s bet Broadway and Little 
Main. 

Metcalf, Miss Mary, pawnbroker, w s John bet King and King William 

METHODIST CENTENARY CHURCH, Main n s bet McNab and 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Rev. James Gilray, pastor, 

John bet Gore and Henry. 
METHODIST, NEW CONNEXION CHURCH, Main w of Walnut, 

Rev. Charles McKelvy, pastor. 
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Charles Hutton, propr.,Bay cor Stuart. 
METROPOLITAN SALOON, Wm. Noble, propr., James cor Merrick 
Mewburn, Lloyd, clerk, bds Fitzgerald's Hotel, King w. 
Mewburn, Thomas C, w Mainn s bet Queen and Ray. 
Meyer, Frederick, carriage maker, bds Volunteer's Hotel, 
Meyer, John W., melodeon maker, T. W. White, 
Meyer, Theodore, tobacconist, h Little Main nr Crystal Palace, 
Meyers, Charles, cigar maker, h Henry s s bet Thistle and Cameron. 
MIDDLEWOOD, JOSEPH, ( Grant & Middlewood, ) h King e, 

outside City limits. 
MIDGLEY, GEORGE, manager of the Leed's boot and shoe store, h 

e s James bet Barton and Lind. 
Midwinter, Job, carpenter, h Bay w s opp Colborne st. 
Midwinter, John, car dept., G.W.R. 

Midwinter, Joseph, carpenter, h Lock e s bet Little Market and York, 
MILBORN, Robert, tailor, James opp the Gore 3d floor, hcor Hannah 

and Cherry. 
Miles Theodore, laborer, h Little Main s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Miles, Wm., teamster, h Walnut cor Catharina. 
Military Hospital, Locomotive e s bet York and Concession. 
Millard, John, painter, h Napier bet Caroline and Bay. 
Miller, Alex., butcher, h w s William bet Barton and South. 

For Handsome Scarf Pins and Shirt Studs, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, C>ioldsmitli's Hall, IS King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY; 233 

Miller, Mrs. Annie, h Charles w s bet King and Main. 

Miller, Miss A,, milliner, straw work and dress-maker, McNab nr King, 

h same. 
Miller, Mrs. Catherine, h Ferguson e s cor Little Gore. 
Miller, E. Gr., butcher, h cor James e s and Lind. 
Miller, George, mariner, h w s West Ave. nr Rebecca. 
Miller, Hugh, laborer, h w s West Ave. nr Rebecca. 
Miller, James, baker, h Hunter n s bet Hess and Queen, 
Miller, James, laborer, h e s Ferguson Ave. bet Rebecca and e Market. 
Miller, John, moulder, h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Miller, John, porter, A Hamilton & Co., bds King n s bet McNab and 

James. 
Miller John, butcher, s s Wilson bet James and McNab, h same. 
Miller, John, glass melter, h w s Hughson bet Willson and Picton. 
Miller, Joseph, painter, h Bond e s bet King and Main. 
Miller, Joseph T., painter, h Bond e s bet King and Main. 
Miller, Mrs. Marg't., confectionery, h e s John nr King William 
Miller, Robert, engine driver, h Park e s cor Vine. 
Miller, Mrs. Robert, boarding house, Park e s cor Vine. 
Miller, Mrs. Susanah, dress-maker and milliner, e s John cor Augusta. 
Miller, Thomas, laborer, h Bay w s bet Murray and Stewart. 
Miller, W. B., melodeon-maker, T. W. White. 
Millerd, Mrs Jane, h Napier s s bet Bay and Caroline, 
Milligan, Thomas, teamster, h Cannon n s bet Park and McNab. 
Mil's, Miss Ann, h s s King w, cor Queen. 
MILLS, GEORGE H., barrister and president Victoria Mutual Fire 

Insurance Co., of Canada, h George cor Ray. 
MILLS, ISAAC, general insurance agent, James cor Main, h James 

bet Henry and Lind. 
Mills, James, butcher, stall 42, h John w s nr Bay. 
Mills, James H., solicitor, h Charles w s cor Main. 
Mills, John, hot air furnace maker, h n s Gore bet John and Catherine. 
MILLS, JOSEPH, hatter, furrier and dealer in millinery goods, 7 

James, h James opp Augusta. 
MILLS, NELSON, banker, h Queen w s bet George and Main. 
Mills, Robert, carpenter, h Main s s bet Caroline and Bay. 
MILLS, HON. SAMUEL, senator, h Charles w s cor Main. 
Mills, William, carriage maker, h Main bet Bay and Caroline. 
Mills, William, carpenter, h King e, n s bet Stephen and Ashley. 
Mills, William, carriage trimmer. Pearl e s bet King and Broadway. 
Mills, William, laborer, h s s Union bet John and Hughson. 
MILLS, WILLIAM H. h Main s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Milne, Alex, carpenter, Catharina bet James and Hughson, h same. 
Milne, James, gardener, h Caroline w s bet Robinson and Herkimer. 
Milne, James E., with Robert Milne, bds cor Main and McNab. 

For Best Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STKWARI>, 
Goldsmith's Hall, 12 Kiug-iSt., Hamilton. 

30 



234 HAMILTON CITY 

Milne, Jolm, pattern maker, h Peel s s bet Catherine and Walnut. 
MILNE, ROBERT, photographer, James n, h cor Main and McNab. 

(See advertisement.) 
MILNE, WILLIAM, governor of jail and dep. sheriiF, res. at jail. 
MILROY, ROBERT, manager Ontario Bank, h James v? s opposite 

Augusta. 
Minahan, Mrs. Margaret, h s s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut, 
Mines, James, moulder, h e s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Minnes, James, blacksmith, h n s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 
MINNES, THOMAS, general blacksmith, ns Main nr Catherine, h opp. 
MINTY, F. C, teller Bank of Montreal, h 7 King, w. 
Mitchell, Alex, travelling agent, h n s King William bet Mary and 

Nelson. 
Mitchell, Allen A., plasterer, h Little Market s sbet Pearl and Lock. 
IMitchell. Charles, book-keeper, h s w cor Queen and Maiden Lane. 
Mitchell, Daniel, printer, h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
MITCHELL, EDWARD, teller Canadian Bank of Commerce, bds 

King William. 
Mitchell, Francis, glass blower, h w s James bet Murray and Stuart. 
Mitchell, George, lab., h Simcoe. 
Mitchell, James, bell hanger, h s s'Peel nr Wellington. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Jemima, h n s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 
MITCHELL, JOHN, Alderman, h Main s s bet Charles and McNab. 
Mitchell, John, h e s McNab bet Concession and Colborne. 
Mitchell, John, engineer with Doty. 

Mitchell, Joseph, plasterer, h Barton s s bet Elgin and Ferguson Ave. 
Mitchell, Thomas, traveler, (John Garrett & Co.), h Main s s bet 

Charles and McNab. 
MITCHELL, THOS., broom and brush manufacturer, 21 King w, h 

Main w of Queen, 
Mitchell, Wm. , fitter, h Little Market s s cor Ray. 
Modey, Timothy, rope maker, h Aikman's Ave nr Wentworth. 
MolFat, Robert, carpenter, h Bay bet Mulberry and Sheaffe, 
Mohr, Edward, cabinet maker, [T. W. White.] 
Mohr, Wm , organ builder, (T. W. White.) 
Mole, Charles, druggist, h Market n s bet Park and Bay. 
Molloy, Thomas, prop. Star Inn, w s James bet Murray and Stuart. 
Moltern, John, cabinet maker, h Caroline e s bet Market and Napier. 
Molzalm, Charles, shoemaker, 89 King e, h same. 
Monger, David, lab., h ss Rebecca bet Wellington and CatS.cart. 
Monk, Arthur, clerk, mechanical office, G.W.R., h cor Market and Park. 
Monk, Wm., marker Racket Court, h Tyburn n s cor James. 
Monro, Hugh, grocer, cor James and Stuart, h same. 
Monteith, John, moulder, h w s Caroline bet Napier and York. 

For low priced and good American, Clocks, go to 
T. K. »iT£\VAUD, C)ioldsmUli'»i Hall, 13 King-ISt., 
Maiuilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 235 

MONTREAL MARINE INSURANCE CO., Maitland Young, jr., 

agent, office 35 King e. 
MONTREAL OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO., Geo. A. Young, agent, 

James cor Merrick. 
MONTREAL TELEGRAPH CO., James opp the Gore. George 

Black, Manager. 
MOODIE, JOHN, importer of general fancy goods, Berlin wools. &c., 

36 King w, h same. 
Moore, Alexander, accountant, h Duke s s bet Bond and Bowery. 
MOORE, DENNIS, (D. Moore & Co.,) h s s Hannah bet John and 

Hughson. 
Moore, Edward H., salesman, h e s Catherine bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Moore, F. C, clerk, accountant's office, 6. W. R., h Barton s s bet 

Hughson and John. 
Moore, George, lab., h McNab nr Sheaffe. 
Moore, George, accountant, h Ferguson Ave. 
Moore, George, lab., h McNab bet Concession and Colborne. 
Moore, George, mariner, h John bet Base and Wood. 
Moore, H. 31., salesman, bds Royal Hotel. 
Moore, James, carp., h s s Concession bet James and McNab. 
Moore, James, carp., h Main n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Moore, Mrs. Janp, h 53 Hughson. 
Moore, John, lab., h McNab e s nr R. R. Bridge. 
MOORE, JOHN, license inspector, h Duke s s bet Bond and Bowery. 
Moore, Lawrence, lab., h York n s, Dundurn Lodge. 
MOORE, LYMAN, (Lyman Moore & Brierly,) "h n s King e, nr Mary 
Moore, Matthias, butcher, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Moore, Owen, lab., h King n s nr Crystal Palace. 
Moore, Peter, lab., h s s Lind bet John and Catherine. 
MOORE, SAMUEL J., manufacturer of tinsmiths' tools and machines, 

e s Mary bet Little Wilson and Henry, h Hughson nr Railroad 

Bridge, (see card.) 
MOORE, WM., steward, G. W. R. Station Saloon, h s s Stuart bet 

James and McNab. 
Moore, Wm. J., machinist, h 53 Hughson nr R. R. Bridge. 
MOORE, WM. P., (Moore & Davis,) h 10 Wellington cor Tyburn. 
MOORE, D. & CO., (Dennis Moore, Peter Warren, & Edward Jackson) 

manufacturers of stoves and tinware ; Foundry, Catherine cor 

Lind, and importers and dealers in tin-plate, sheet iron, wire, tin- 

mens' tools and machines, &c., King E. nr Catherine, [see adv't ] 
MOORE, LYMAN, & BRIERLY, wholesale and retail druggists 

14 King E. 
MOORE & DAVIS, (Wm. P. Moore & Jas. G. Davis,) land and gene- 
ral agents, appraisers. &c",, cor James and King William, 

For Hanclsonie Scarf Pins and »Miirt vStuds, so to 
T. B. ST£U'AR1>, Goldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



236 HAMILTON CITY 

MOORE, LYMAN & MUNDY, chemists and druggists, e s James nr 

King William. 
Moore & McCauley, (Wm. Moore & — McCauley,) proprs Ontario Lake 

Ice Co., cor Main and Catherine. 
Moran, Daniel, teamster, h e s Catherine bet Stinson and Oak. 
Moran, Edward, lab., h York s s bet Inchbury and Davenport. 
Moran, Edward, japanner, R. M. Wanzer & Co., h York. 
Moran, Mrs. Ellen, h w s James bet Colborne and Barton. 
Moran, James, clerk, bds Tecumseh House. 

Morden, John, British Exchange Hotel, York s s bet Park and Bay. 
Morden, Wellington, salesman, h s s Gore bet Wellington and Liberty. 
Morden, William, blacksmith, h s s York bet Park and Bay. 
Morgan, Alfred, salesman, h Hughson bet Augusta and Peel. 
Morgan, Benj'n. flour and feed dealer, h n s Main bet Cherry and 

Walnut. 
Morgan, B. J., book-keeper, h Main e bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Morgan, Chas. E., clerk, John W. Murton's, bds Ferguson Ave. cor 

Henry. 
Morgan Mrs. Elizabeth, h e s James bet Union and Wilson. 
Morgan, George, laborer, G.W.R. 

Morgan, Noah, laborer, h Ray e s bet Little Market and Main. 
Morgan, Richard, carriage trimmer, h Park w s cor Market. 
Morgan, Robert, (R. & W. Morgan.) h Main bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Morg 'n, Wm., (R & W. Morgan,) h Main e bet Cherry and Walnut. 
MORGAN, R. & W., (Robert and William Morgan,) wholesale and 

retail flour, grain and seeds, 22 and 2-1 s John. 
Morgenroth, Mrs. Henrietta, Dundurn Inn, York cor Lock. 
Moriarty, John, laborer, h s s Catharina bet Walnut and Catherine. 
Moriarty, Patrick, h Wentworth Chambers, James cor Main. 
Morley, John, blacksmith, h nr Brewery in city limits. 
Morris, George, butcher, stall No. 41 City Market, h Lock bet George 

and Main. 
Morris, John, butcher, h Lock w s bet King and Main. 
Morris, John G., flour and feed, 35 York n s, h same. 
Morris, Lewis, butcher, stall No. 32 City Market, h tp Barton. 
MORRIS, PHILIP, grocer, provision dealer and butcher, cor John 

and Lind, h same. 
Morris, Rich'd., agricultural implement maker, s s Tyburn bet Catherine 

and Walnut. 
Morris, Thos., shoemaker, bds n s Peel bet Walnut and Catharine. 
Morris, Thomas, (Morris & Bro.,) h Wellington e s nr King William. 
Morris, Wm., pattern maker, h Bay e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Morris, Wm., (Morris & Bro.,) h Pearl be^ George and Main. 
Morris & Bro., (Wm. and Thos.) groceries, flour and feed, n w cor Wel- 
lington and Kiog William, also. King William nr Jame?. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Ooldsmitli's 
Mall, T. B. i^TFWABD,, 13 Hing-fiit. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 237 

McrrisoD, Mrs. Bridget, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut, 

Morrison, Daniel, lab., h Little 3Iarket s s cor Ray. 

Morrison, David, clerk, bds cor John and Wood Market. 

Morrison, Ferdinand, Queen's Arms Hotel, York s s nr Burlington 
Cemetery, h same. 

Morrison, Hugh, shoemaker, h cor Maria and Walnut, 

Morrison, James, boiler maker, h Lock e s bet Little Market and 
York. 

Morrison, John, stone cutter, bds Maple Leaf, cor John and Tyburn. 

MOKRISON, JOSEPH B., tinsmith, 7 John n, h n s Peel bet Wal- 
nut and Catharina. 

Morrison, Mrs. Mary, h head of Cherry. 

Morrison, Thomas, groceries, provisions, wine and liquor dealer, cor John 
and Wood Market, h same. 

Morrisey, Mrs. Margaret, h Main bet Cherry and Aurora. 

Morrow, Geo., cooper, h Little Gore s s bet Ferguson Ave and Cathcart. 

Morrow, James, lab., h Little Gore s s bet Ferguson Ave and Cathcart. 

Morrow, Wm., lab., h Cathcart w s nr Wilson. 

Mortimer, Joseph, fitter, h King William bet John and Catherine, 

Morton, Charles, tailor, h McNab bet Concession and Mulberry. 

MORTON, DAVID, soap factory. Emerald s of Main, h cor Main and 
Emerald. 

Morton, George, lab., h n s Augusta bet John and Catherine. 

Morton, Thomas, miner, h McNab w s nr Colborne. 

Morton, Thos., student at law, h McNab bet Sheaffe and Concession. 

Moseby, Joseph, barber, bds cor Mulberry and McNab. 

Moses, James, blacksmith, h Queen w s, cor Broadway. 

Moses, John, cigar maker, h Catherine bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Moses, James, blacksmith, G. W. R. 

Moses, Myers, tailor, 42 John s, h same. 

Moses, Ralph 31., peddler, cor Catherine and Peel. 

Moses, Thos., fireman, h Little Peel w s nr Lock. 

MOSS, JOHN, travelling auditor G. W. R., h ws Catherine nr King 
William: 

Mossman, Mark, boot and shoe maker, cor Gore and Hughson, h same. 

Mostyn, John, tinsmith, bds cor King William and James. 

Mottashed, John, shoemaker, w s Hughson nr Times Office. 

Mount Zion Wesleyan Church, Broadway n s cor Pearl. 

MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, Chas. Price, propr., top of Mountain. 

Mowat, Wm., carp., h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 

Mowat, Wm., salesman, h John. 

Moyes, Wm., boiler maker, h Bowery w s bet Main and Maiden Lane, 

Moyes, Miss Margaret, milliner, h King East n s bet Mary and iSelson, 

Mueller, Charles F., ornamental painter, bds Tecumseh House. 

For Heavy IVeddins;, Signet and Qeui Rings, go to 
T. B. SXEWAKD, (,iold!^mith'8 Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



238 HAMILTON CITY 

MUpRIDGE, C. W., broom and brush manufacturer, e s McNab bet 
Merrick and Vine, h s s George bet Ray and Queen, 

Muir, Alex., tailor, h e s John bet Peel and Augusta. 

Muir, James, clerk, h Catherine bet Rebecca and King William. 

Muir, John, law student, h Market n sbet Bay and Caroline. 

Muir, John, carp., h Hess w s, n of York. 

MUIR, THOMAS, accountant, G. W. R., h Bold s s bet McNab and 
James. 

Muir, Wm., h Park bet Murray and Concession. 

MUIRHEAD, WALTER, government contractor, stalls 21 and 22 
City Market, h T'p Barton. 

IMulholland, John, policeman, h West Ave. e s bet Henry and Wilson. 

Mullen, Henry, carp., h cor Bay and Cannon. 

Mullen, Joseph, carp., bds w s McNab bet Cannon and Mulberrry. 

Mullen, Peter, mariner, h e James nr Burlington. 

Mullin, David, F., salesman, bds Main bet Walnut and Wellington. 

Mullin, James, contractor, h n s Main bet Cherry and Spring. 

Mullin, John, builder, bds n s Main bet Cherry and Spring. 

MULLIN, JOHN A., M.D., physician and surgeon, h w s James bet 
Cannon and Mulberry. 

Mulvey, Michael, harness maker, with Clohecy; 

Munday, Wm. G., landing waiter. Custom House, h s a King w bet 
Bay and Caroline. 

Munday, Wm. T., clerk, American Express Co., h 86 Rebecca. 

M under, Richard, carp., h Elgin w s cor Barton. 

Mundie, Wm., architect, h King nr Catherine. 

Munro, Mrs. Catherine, h s s Gore bet Catherine and John. 

Munro, Colin, tinsmith, h West Ave nr Wilson. 

Munro, Colin John, tinsmith, h Tv'est Ave e s bet Henry and Wilson. 

Munro, Henry D., h w s Cathcartbet Wilson and Little Gore. 

MUNRO, JAMES, (Munro & Henderson), h Charles bet Maiden Lane 
and Hunter. 

Manro, Mrs. Margaret, h Hughson nr Peel. 

Munro, Mrs. Mary, h West Ave e s bet Henry and Wilson." 

Munro, Richard H. R., (Proudfoot & Munro,) h n s Main e of Cathe- 
rine. 

Munro, Robert R., fireman, h Inchbury w s bet York and Canal. 

MUNRO & HENDERSON, (James Munro and John M. Henderson), 
merchant tailors, 28 King e. (See card.) 

Munroe, James, lab., h Ray e s bet Broadway and Little Main. 

Munro, John R., barrister, bds n s Main e of Catherine. 

Munro, John, lab., h s s Lind bet John and Catherine. 

Munsie, H., clerk mechanical ofl&ce, G. W. R., bds Upper John. 

Munsie, J. F., clerk mechanical office, G. W. R., h Upper John. 

For Fine CmoIcI and Silver Fnglish Hunting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWAKO, Goldsmith's Uall, 
IS Uing-S>»t., Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 239 

Munsie, John K., h McNab e s bet Hunter and Bold. 
Munzinger. John M., bookbinder, 28 York s s, h same. 
.Murdoch, John, orrocer, w s John cor Union, h same. 
MURISON, GEORGE, contractor, builder and Alderman, director of 

Victoria Mutual Fire Insurance Co., h Hughson nr Augusta. 
Murphy, Chas., glass blower, bds Starr Inn, James nr Stuart. 
Murphy, Cornelius, engine driver, h Bay w s bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Murphy, Edmund, tailor, h Cherry bet Catharina and Maria. 
Murphy, Edward, lab , h w s John nr Warren. 
Murphy, 3Irs. Ellen h Cannon n s bet Park and McNab. 
Murphy, George, tinsmith, G. W.R. 
INIurphy, Lawrence, lab., hs s Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 
Murphy, Lawrence, teamster, h Stuart bet James and McXab. 
Murphy, Lawrence, lab., h s s Picton bet James and McNab. 
Murphy, Mrs. Martin, h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Murphy, Matthew, laborer, h Main s s bet Garth and Poulette. 
Murphy, Mich'l., prop. Rob Roy Hotel, n e cor John and Peel. 
Murphy, Robt., machinist, h s s Vine nr John. 
Murphy, Thos., laborer, h McAulay, bet John and Hughson. 
MURPHY, WM.. (3Iurphy & Murray,) h n w cor Wellington and Mills. 
MURPHY & MURRAY, (Wm. 3Iurphy & Hugh Murray,) groceries, 

wines, liquors, and bottlers of Dow's ale, 78 King e. 
MURRAY, ALEXANDER, (A. Murray & Co.,) hMain n s bet Hess 

and Queen. 
Murray, Chas. M., salesman, h Market nr Caroline. 
MURRAY, CHARLES R., manager Canadian Bank of Commerce, h 

Victoria Ave. nr Duke. 
Murray, David, manager Rosedale Nursery, Ferguson Ave,, h same. 
Murray, Mrs. Eliza, h Maria bet Cherry and Wellington. 
Murray, Miss Ellen, h n s Main bet Victoria and Wellington. 
MURRAY, HUGH, (Murphy & Murray,) bds Belnap's Hotel. 
iMurray, James, tailor, h w s Catharine bet Henry and Gore. 
Murray, John, tinsmith, h e s Mary nr King William. 
Murray, John, laborer, h n s Mulberry nr James. 
Murray, John, laborer, h Bay w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Murray, John, chandler, h Bay bet York and Cannon. 
Murray, John A., salesman, bds James bet Augusta and Maria. 
Murray, John D., clerk G.W.R., h Park ws bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Murray, John W., engineer, h Napier n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Murray, Mich'l., laborer G.W.R., h Mary bet Oak and Wilson. 
Murray, Moses, blacksmith, h ws James bet Strachan and Simcoe. 
Murray, Robert, gardener, h William s s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Murray, Thos. , carpenter, h nr O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Murray, William, collecting agent, h Charles bet King and Main. 

For IIan<I«<oiiie French and Fnp:1i$li Clocks, go t® 
T. B. STEWARD, Golclsmitli's Hall, 13 liing-St. 
Hamilton. 



240 HAMILTON CITY 

Murray, Wm., book-keeper, (A. Murray & Co.,) bds Main cor Hess. 
Murray, Wm. E., bookkeeper (G. J. Forster & Co.,) h Maria bet John 

and Catherine. 
MURRAY, A & CO., (Alexander Murray & Co.,) dry goods and 

millinery, 18 King e. (See card.) 
MURTON, JOHN VV., banker and exchange broker, 9 James w s, h 

e s Catherine opp Gore. (See card.) 
Murton, Mrs. Mary, h w s James bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Murton, Stephen J., clerk, bds JameS bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Murton, Wm., bds w s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 
Murton, Mrs. Wm., h w s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 
MUSIC HALL, e s McNab bet King and Market. 
Mutter, Philip, second hand dealer, n s Kinsc e nr Mary, h same. 
Myers, George, lab., h Wentworth n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Myers, John, blacksmith, h Ray e s bet Little Main and Little Market. 
Myers, John W., cabinet maker, h Charles w s bet King and Main. 
Myers, Joseph, lab., h Victoria Ave bet Main and King. 
Myers, Robert, boot and shoe dealer, e s James nr Barton, h Stratford. 
Myers, Wm., tobacco worker, h Boldn s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Myles, Alfred, prop. Myles' grain warehouse. Bay, h s e cor Victoria 

and Peel. 
Myles, Chas., (T. Myles) coal merchant, bds s e cor Victoria and Peel. 
Myles, Thoa.as, wholesale coal merchant, office cor Hughson and Main, 

wharf foot of John, hs s Peel bet Victoria and West Avenues. 



Nash, David, groom, h r e s Catherine nr Rebecca. 

Nash, Henry, watchman, G.W.R., h w s West Ave nr Henry. 

Nash, Samuel, pork packer and provision dealer, McNab cor Market, 

h e s John s of Hannah. 
Nash, Wm., machinist, h Maria bet John and Catherine. 
Neal, Edward, brickmaker, h s s King William^bet James and Hughson. 
Neale, George, student at law, Martin & Bruce. 
Nealin, Mrs. Mary A., h Catharina bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Neckling, Joseph, machinist, G.W.R. 

Nehave, Mrs. Catherine, h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Nehave, James, news agent, h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Nehorn, Charles, marble cutter, h e s Emerald nr Henry. 
Neil, Patrick, lab., h Little James ns bet Queen and Ray. 
Neil, Samuel, carriage painter at Cooper's, bds Kerner's, King. 
Neil, Thos., lab., h cor Hughson and Wood. 

Neilson, George, clerk, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Neilson, William, baker, h Hunter. 

For Solid Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
S!imitli's Hall, T. B, STEWABB, 13 King-St., Ham- 
iltoii. 



:4 

ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORTi 241 

Neligan, Dennis, hotel keeper, w s John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Nelligan, Mrs. Margaret, h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Union. 

Nelligan. Richard, carp., h Little Main s s bet Queen and Ray. 

Nelligan, Stephen, cooper, h e s William bet Barton and South. 

Nelson, Edward, travelling agent, h Cannon n s bet Bay and Park. 

Nelson, John, porter, D. Galbraith & Co., bds Florence Block. 

Nelson, Josiah, hostler, bds Farmers' Home, 

Nelson Milk Company, s s Peel bet James and Hughson. 

Ness, Thomas, clerk, h cor Hughson and Augusta. 

Neville, Joseph, Machinist, h Inchbury e sbet York and St Mary's Lane. 

NEVILLE, REV. DR., Rector of St. Thomas' Church, h Main bet 
Catherine and Walnut. 

New, Mrs. Daniel, brick yard, h w Main bet Margaret and Garth. 
New, Henry, (H. & J. New,) h w Main n s bet Margaret and Garth. 
New, John, (H. & J. New,) h w Main n s bet Margaret and Garth. 
New, H. & J., (Henry New & John New,) brickmakers, Main n s, 

bet Margaret and Garth. 
Newberg, Aaron, cigar maker, h Catherine bet Tyburn and Peel. 
NEWBURY, CHAS. E., (Humphrey & Newbury,) h n s Tyburn bet 

Cherry and Spring. 
Newbigging, Wm., porter, h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah. 
Newlin, Sylvester, teamster, h McAulay bet James and McNab. 
Newson, Edward, broom maker, h James bet Gore and Cannon. 
Newson, Mrs. Julia, h e s James bet Gore and Cannon. 
Newton, Joseph, salesman, s w cor Main and Spring, h 70 King w. 
NEW YORK AND ANTWERP PASSENGER LINE, William 

Herman, Agent, 39 King w. 
Niblitt, Charles W., attorney- at-law, Commercial Bigs., h Catharina cor 

Catherine. 
Nichol, B., car department, G. W. R. 
Nichol, James, lab., h Walnut opp Hannah. 
Nichols, Mrs. Isabella, confectionerj McNab nr King, h same. 
Nicholson, Mrs. Catherine, h Hess e s bet Hunter and Bold. 
NICHOLSON, DONALD, (Canadian Oil Co.,) h Maria bet Hughson 

and John. 
Nicholson, Edward, porter, (G. L. Beardmore,) h w s Mary opp Wilson. 
Nicholson, Peter, laborer, h Ray e s bet Broadway and Little James. 
Nicholson, Rich'd., laborer, h w s Catherine e of R. R. Bridge. 
Nicol, Peter, gas-fitter, h Queen w s cor Market, 
Nicol, Peter, plumber and gas-fitter, h Vine n s bet Park and Bay. 
Nicoll, James, stone cutter, h w s John bet Stuart and Murray. 
Nie, William, laborer, h Inchbury w s bet York and Canal. 
Nielson, James, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Nielsen, William, foreman (I. C. Chilman's,) h Maiden lane s s bet 
Bowery and Caroline. 

For Best Table Cntlery* so to T. B. STEWARD, 
Goldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St., Uamiltou. 

31 



242 HAMILTON OITT 

Nielson, Wylie, porter, h Maiden Lane s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Nisbet, Robert, h Ferguson Ave. e s cor Wilson. 

Nixon, Mrs. Dinah, h Henry n s bet Victoria and West Avenues. 

Nixon, Edward, laborer, h McNab w s bet Simcoe and Wilson. 

Nixon, Robert, clerk, bds King w n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Noble, John T., stone cutter, h West Ave. e s cor Wilson. 

NOBLE, WM. prop Metropolitan Saloon, James cor Merrick, h 
same. (See card.) 

Nolan, James, clerk pension office, h John. 

NOLAN, OWEN, prop North American Hotel and livery stable. King 
WiHiam cor John. 

Nolling, Michael, laborer Gr.W.R., h Little Wellington e s bet Broad- 
way and James. 

Noonan, Patrick, laborer, h rear of Canada felt hat manufactory. 

Noonan, Thos., laborer, h s s Lind bet John and Catherine. 

Noonan, Patrick, cobbler, h McNab cor Burlington. 

Noonan, Patrick, laborer, h Wellington e s near the Bay. 

Norman, John W. , machinist, h Little James n s bet Queen and Ray. 

Norris, Mrs. Catherine, h w s Hughson bet Murray and Stuart. 

Norris, Gr. M., clerk. Bank British North America, bds Wellington. 

Norris Thomas, clerk G.W.R., h Margaret bet King and Main. 

Norris, Thos., car number taker G.W.R., h Locke. 

NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE FIRE & LIFE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY, James D. Pringle agent, Wentworth Cham- 
bers, cor James and Main. 

NORTH GERMAN LLOYD, Wm. Herman agent, 39 King w. 

NORTH, SAMUEL, patent drum heaters and stove pipes, McNab nr 
Mulberry, h same. (See advt.) 

NORT HEY, FRANCIS, machinist. East Markets s cor Wellington, 
h same. 

NORTHEY, GEORGE, machinist. East Market s s cor Wellington, 
h opp. (See advertisement.) 

Northey, George, machinist, bds McNab cor Murray. 

NORTHEY, THOS., machinist, h Wellington cor East Market. 

Northover, Henry, cabinet maker, h 38 John s. 

Notman, Wm., teller Bank British North America, h Bay 5 Tucker's 
Block. 

Noyes, James, (Noyes & Son), h King ens bet Nelson and Walnut. 

Noyes, James, jr., (Noyes & Son), h King East n s bet Nelson and Mary. 

NOYES, J. & SON, furniture dealers, 112 n s King e bet Catherine 
and INIary. 

Nugent, Hugh, lab., h John e s nr Base. 

Nugent, Thomas, lab., h Little Main n s bet Queen and Ray. 

Nutt, Wm., blacksmith, h Lock e s bet King and Little James. 

For low priced and good American, Clocks, go to 
T. a. !>»T£WAKI>, Cioldsmitli's Uall, 1:3 King-Slit., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 243 

O 

Oakes, Mrs. Ann, h w s John bet Barton and Lind. 

Oakes, Edward, tailor, h John. 

Oakes, Thomas, carriage maker, h Union n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Obermeyer, Martin, lab., h King bet Ray and Pearl. 

O'Brien, David, painter, h e s Spring bet Peel and Tyburn. 

O'Brien, Mrs. Ellen, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 

O'Brien, Henry, gunsmith, e s John bet Tyburn and Peel, h same. 

O'Brien, James, lab>, h Maria bet Catherine and Walnut. 

O'Brien, James, moulder, h s s Wilson bet Elgin and Mary. ' 

O'BRIEN, LUKE, Wexford House, King East n s bet Catherine and 

Mary. 
O'Brien, Mrs. Mary A., h s s Stuart bet James and Hughson. 
O'Brien, Michael J., cigar maker, bds Victoria House, 
O'Brien, Patrick, laborer, h George s s cor Lock. 
O'Brien, Patrick, porter, bds King e bet Catherine and Mary. 
O'Brien, Richard, carp., h s s Catharina bat Liberty and Cherry. 
O'Brien, Richard, carp., h Mill bet Aurora and Cherry. 
O'Brien, William, moulder, h cor Victoria Ave and Henry. 
O'CALLAGHAN, P., dealer in fruits and oysters, 14 King w, bds 

Tecumseh House. 
O'Connor, Elizabeth, h w s Stuart cor Hughson. 
O'Connor, James, lab., h Inchbury bet York and St. Mary's Lane. 
O'Connor, John, h e s Hughson bet Wilson and Hannah. 
O'Connor, Thomas, lab., h s s Picton bet James and McXab. 
O'Dea, John, lab., h n s Picton bet James and McXab. 
O'Dell, Edward, driver, (I. C. Chilman.) h Rebecca. 
O'Dett, Thomas, moulder, (J. Stewart & Co.,) h nr Palace. 
O'Donnell, John, lab., h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
O'Bonnell, Mrs. h n s Catherina, bet Cherry and Walnut. 
Ogelby. David, file maker, G. W. R., bds e s James nr Lind. 
Ogelby, Robert, tailor, h e s Spring bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Ogilvie, James, h Park w s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Ogilvie, Wm., salesman, bds James opp Duke, (Mrs. Davidson's.) 
O'Grady, Mrs. Catherine, tailoress, h n s Peel bet Catherine and Walnut. 
O'Grady, Martin, lamp lighter, h n s Barton bet Catherine and Mary. 
O'Grady, Mrs. Mary, h w s Mary bet Barton and Stinson. 
O'HEIR, PETER, saddles, harness and trunks. No. 5 John n, h cor 

Peel and Wellington. 
O'Keefe, D. C, P.L.S., and county engineer, 2 John s, h Barton. 
Old, Horace M., hat finisher, bds s s Lind bet Catherine and Mary. 
Oldrive, Alexander, fitters' asst., G. W. R. 
Oliver, Kenneth, agent for Hamilton Nurseries, h w King n s nr Dundurn 

For Handsome French and English Clocks, go to 
T. IS. STFUARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St. 
Hamilton. 



244 HAMILTON CITY 

Omand, Alex., lab., h s s Picton bet James and McNab. 

Omand, Gilbert, macbinist, b Mulberry bet Bay and Park. 

Omand, James, A., macbinist, b Margaret e s bet King and Main. 

Omand, Kobert, macbinist, h Hugbson bet Lind and Barton. 

Omand, Wm., pensioner, h e s Hugbson bet Lind and Barton. 

Omand, Wm., macbinist, h McNab nr Colborne. 

O'Mara, Mrs. Hannab, b Walnut bet Catbarina and Maria. 

O'Mara, Tbomas, laborer, b s s Catbarina bet Liberty and Cberry. 

O'Neil, Artbur, tailor, b George bet Cberry and Aurora. 

O'Noil, Artbur, tailor, w s Jobn bet Peel and Tyburn, b same. 

O'Neil, Jpbn, laborer, b Burlington nr Jobn. 

O'Neil, Jobn, carver and gilder, b Maria bet Jobn and Catbarine. 

O'Neil, Jobn, laborer, b e s Spring bet Peel and Tyburn. 

O'Neil, Mrs. Mary, b nr Tyburn bet Catberine and Walnut. 

O'Neil, Felix, back driver, bds Rob Boy Hotel, cor Jobn and Peel. 

O'Neil, Thomas, tinsmitb, b Burlington n s bet Hugbson and James. 

O'Neil, Tbomas, barness maker, b n s Stuart bet Jobn and Catberine. 

O'Neil, Tbomas, blacksmitb, G.W.R. 

O'Neill, Darby, farmer, b York s s nr Bridge. 

O'Neill, Henry, grocer, York s s cor Pearl, b same. 

O'NEILL, J. C, (Hogan & O'Neill,) bds 45 Hugbson. 

O'Neill, Micbael, laborer, b York s s nr Bridge. 

O'Neill, Patrick, cab owner, bus Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 

O'Neill, Tbomas, blacksmith, b Dundurn e s bet King and York. 

O'Neill, Tbomas, barness maker, b Catbarine w s nr E.. R. Bridge 

ONTARIO BANK, King cor Jobn, Mclnnes' block. 

ONTARIO BREWERY, Leopold Bauer, propr., Catberine nr Base. 

ONTARIO HOTEL, Wm. Plook, propr., Stuart opp G.W.R. Station 

ONTARIO HOUSE, James Arthurs, propr., Merrick cor Market 
Square. 

ONTARIO PACKING HOUSE, Isaac Atkinson, manager, h Went- 
wortb, n of G.W.R. 

ONTARIO PLANING MILLS, Sophia e s cor Incbbury and York. 

Ontario Skating Rink, Tyburn n s bet James and McNab. 

Onyon, William T., clerk, b Broadway n s bet Queen and Ray. 

Opgood, Henry E., laborer, b Bay cor Concession. 

Orchard, Matthew H., saddler, bds Crown Inn. 

O'REILLY, CHARLES, M. J)., physician and surgeon, resident phy- 
sician Hamilton City Hospital. 

O'REILLY, J. EDWIN, (O'Reilly & O'Beilly), h Catherine w s bet 
Catbarina and" Maria. 

O'REILLY, MILES, ex-Judge, (O'Reilly & O'Reilly), h " The Wil- 
lows," Catherine opp Augusta. 

O'REILLY & O'REILLY, (Miles and J. Edwin O'Reilly), barristers, 
attorneys, &c., 8 King w, up stairs. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Goldsmith's 
Hall, T. B. NT£WABI>, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORT. 245 

Orlow, Wickwire, foreman at Doty's, h Vine n s bet Bay and Park. 
ORMISTOX, REV. W., D. D., pastor Central Presbyterian Church, 

h Maiden Lane n s Ijet McNab and Charles. 
Orne, Mrs. Susan, h n s Catharina bet Cherry and Walnut. 
ORPHAN ASYLUxM, (R. C.) Park cor Colborne, 
Orr, Mrs. Annie, fancy goods, 14 John n, h same. 
Orr, Daniel, prop. Ship Inn, e s John bet Base line and Guise. 
Orr, Jacob, lab., h Inchbury w s bet York and Florence. 
Orr, John A., salesman, (J. Garrett & Co.), h es John bet King and 

King William. 
Orr, Robert, clerk freight department, G.W.R., h Merrick bet Bay 

and Park. 
Orr, Wm., wheelwright, h Hotel nr Spectator office. 
ORR, WM., printer, h e s John bet King and King William. 
Osborn, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Main w s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
OSBORNE, JAMES, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, James nr 

King, h 2 Tuckett's^Block, Bay. 
Osborne, Mrs. Mary, grocer, e s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
OSBORNE, ROBERT, watchmaker, jeweller and silversmith, James 

opp Gore Fountain, h s s Vine bet James and 3IcNab. 
O'SuUivan, Morris, moulder, h n s Barton bet John and Catharine. 
0' Toole, James, lab., h York s s cor Pearl. 

O'Toole, Owen, carpenter, G.W.R., h e s 3IcNab bet Wilson and Picton 
Otto, August, tailor at Furnivall's, bds Palm's Hotel. 
OUTERBRIDGE, ALEX. E., agent for Canada for patent electric 

battery for steam boilers, James opp the 31arket, h Main bet Queen 

and Hess. 
Overton, David, moulder, h w s Caroline bet Hunter and Bold. 
Owens, Wm., clerk Royal Hotel. . 



Padden, Patrick, grocer, cor Cherry and Maria. 
Page, Isaac, tobacco worker, h Main bet Lock and Margaret, 
Page, James, butcher, York s s bet Park and Bay, h same. 
Page, Peter, shoemaker, h Liberty bet Catherine and Grove. 
Paine, William, lab.. G.W.R., h Little Market s s cor Ray. 
Paling, John, tailor, h McNab e s bet King and Main. 
PALM, WILLIAM, propr. Palm's Hotel, King cor Bay. 
Palmer, Frederick, fitter, G.W.R. , bds s sKing nr Caroline. 
Palmer, Joseph, jeweller, bds Cherry bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Palmer, T., fitter, G, W, R, 

Paluka, Anthony, wheel- wright, h George n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
PAPPS, GEORGE S., L. L. B., barrister-at-law, solicitor, &c., s w cor 
King and James, h s w cor Bowery and Bold. 

For Heavy We<l<ling, Signet and Gem Rings, go t© 
T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's HaU, 13 Kiug-St., 
Hamilton. 



246 HAMILTON CITY 

Park, Mrs. Elizabeth, h ws Catherine bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Park, John H., salesman, h w s Catherine bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Park, John, commercial traveller, h cor Cathcart and Henry. 

Park, John, machinist, h Margaret w s bet King and Main^ 

Park, Peter, watchman, G.W.R., h Ferguson Ave bet Little Gore and 

Henry. 
Park, Wm., grocer, dealer in liquors, e s John nr Main, h Wellington e 

s bet King William and Rebecca. 
Parker, Mrs. Mary A., boarding house, s s King William nr James. 
Parker, Robert, boiler maker, G. W. R. 
Parks, David, boot and shoemaker, s s Lind bet John and Catherine, h 

same. 
Parks, Geo. D., undertaker, bds e s John bet Main and TyburOi 
Parks, Wm., marble cutter, h e 3 Cathcart nr Henry. 
Parrott, Benj., carter, hn s King William bet Nelson and Wellington. 
Parry, Charles, printer, h Park e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Parry, Thomas, carp., h Park e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Parson, Wm. N., clerk, general freight off G.W.R., bds Royal Hotel. 
Passmore, C. W„ paper hanger, h n s Augusta bet Hughson and John. 
Passmore, Edward, blacksmith, h ws John nr R. R. Bridge. 
Passmore. Richard, butcher, stalls 9 and 10 City Market, h Tp Barton. 
Patriarche, C. T., clerk, G.W.R., h Wellington Square. 
Patterson, James, wool grader, h Maria bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Patterson, John, h Hess w s cor King. 
Patterson, John, tailor, h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah 
Patterson, K. C. clerk. Bank of Montreal, bds cor McNab ann Main. 
Patterson. Peter, grocer, York s s bet Bay and Caroline, h same. 
PATTISON, ZA.CCHEUS, wholesale biscuit baker, confectioner 

and cigar manufacturer. Cannon s s bet Park and Bay, h adjoining 
Patton, James, fitter,, G.W.R., h Mary nr Oak. 
PattuUo, James C, salesman, h Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Pauling, Richard A. artist, studio Wentworth Chambers, h Henry n S 

cor Cathcart. 
Payne, William, laborer, h Pearl w s bet Little James and Broadway. 
Peace, William, sailor, h s s Wilson bet McNab and Bay. 
PEACOCK, JOHN, dry goods and hosiery, e s McNab nr King, h 

Market bet Park and Bay. 
Pearce, William, engine driver, h Lock e s cor Main. 
Pearce, William H., laborer, h Cannon n s bet Lock and Poulette. 
Pearson, Frederick, tobacco worker, h Broadway nr Lock. 
Pearson, James, hosiery and fancy goods, 87 James, h Catherine bet 

Relaecca and Gore. 
Pearson, John, hack owner, h e s Hughson bet Oak and Union. 
PEARSON, JOHN, & CO., importers of hosiery, lace and fancy goods, 

58 King w. (See card.) 

For Handsome Scarf Pins and iiliirt Studs, go to 
T. B. ST£WAR1>, Ooldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORYj 247 

Peacock, A'thur, butcher, h Barton tp. 

Peasey, Daniel, mariner, h s s Pieton bet Bay and McNab. 

Peat, Thomas, h Hess e s last house n. 

Peden, John, polisher, western piano-forte factory. 

Peden, John, grocer, York s s cor Pearl, h same. 

Peden, Mrs. Mary, h Broadway n s bet Queen and Ray. 

Peebles, John A., com traveler, bds King bet Caroline and Hess. 

Peebles, Robert, carpenter, h cor Catherine and Catherina. 

Peer, Andrew, engineer, h n s Murray cor Hughson. 

PEIRCE, CHARLES E., [C. E. Peirce & Co.] h Bold b s bet McNab 

and James. 
PEIRCE, C. E. & Co., ready-made clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 

James cor King William. See bottom lines. 
Peirson, Mrs. Mary, midwife, h w s James bet Colborne and Barton. 
Pelang, John, tailor, h McNab. 

Pennerd, Lewis, gilder, s s Peel bet James and Hughson. 
PENNINGTON, MYLES, assistant gen freight agent, G. W. R., h 

Victoria Ave., n of G. W. R. Road. 
Penny, Edwin, messenger, G. W. R., h w s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 
Pent, Thos., carpenter, h Hess. 

Pentecost, A., salesman, bds s s Stuart bet McNab and Bay, 
Pentecost, Richard, (Pentecost & Son,) h Stuart opp G. W. R. offices. 
Pentecost, Richard P. T., painter, h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Pentecost & Son^ (Richard, sen., and jr.,) painters, King nr McNab. 
Percival, Henry, weaver, h w s John bet Wilson and Union. 
Percy, John, clerk, h Ray w s cor William. 
PERKINS, H. C, (Perkins & Clark,) h Little Gore bet Ferguson 

Ave and Cathcart. 
PERKINS & CLARK, (H. C. Perkins and John W. Clark,) whole- 
sale grocers, and proprietors Excelsior Coffee and Spice Mills, cor 

Catherine and Rebecca, (see card.) 
Perkiss, Simeon, tinsmith, bds Market n s bet Park and McNab. 
Perrin, James, bottler, h Margaret e s bet King and Main. 
Perry, E. A., book-keeper, h w s Bowery bet Duke and Bold. 
Peters, Rudolph, machinist, h McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
PETERSEN, ADOLPH, travelling agent, A. & S. Nordheimer, 

Toronto, h Maincor Ray. 
Petrie, Adam, marble cutter, bds Queen bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Petrie, Edward A., ledger keeper. Merchants' Bank of Canada, bds 

John e s bet Maria and Catharina. 
Pettiford, Charles, finisher, h Hughson cor Wilson. 
Pettigrew, Henry, carter, h s s Rebecca bet Cathcart and Wellington. 
Pettigrew, John, carter, h w s West Ave bet Wilson and Henry. 
Pettinger, Wm., h e s Hughson bet Stuart and Oak. 

For Solid Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smith's Hall, T. B. ST£WAliD, 13 King St., Ham- 
ilton. 



248 HAMILTON CITY 

PETTIT, JONATHAN H., commission merchant, 2 John s, li East 

Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
PEUCHEN, CLARK & CO., wine and spirit merchants, John cor King 
Pfann, George, cabinet maker, h George n s cor Lock. 
PHELAN, JAMES P., propr. Royal Hotel Billiard Rooms and Saloon. 

(see card.) 
PHENIX OCEAN MARINE INSURANCE CO., of Brooklyn N. 

Y., James D. Pringle, Agent, Wentworth Chambers. 
Phill " - - 

Phill 
Phill 
Phill 
Phill 
Phill 
Phill 
Phill 
Phill 
Phill 



ps, Charles, carp., h Ferguson Ave bet East Market and Rebecca. 

ps, David, carp., h Ferguson Ave bet East Market and Rebecca. 

ps, Miss E., dressmaker, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

ps, Frank, brickmaker, h King n s nr Crystal Palace. 

ps, Geo. R., curiosity shop, King ens bet Mary and Walnut. 

ps, John, sailmaker, h Hughson nr Glass Works. 

ps, John J., marble cutter, bds Tecumseh House. 

ps, Joseph, mason, h e s Hughson bet Hannah and Warren. 

ps, IMartin, lab., h Wellington opp Hat Factory. 

ps, Mrs. Rebecca, corset-maker, h Park cor Vine. 
PHILP, JAMES, (Philp & Robertson,) h s s Catharina bet Catherine 

and Walnut. 
Philp, Joseph, tailor, h w s Wellington bet Henry and Little Gore. 
PHILP & ROBERTSON, (James Philp & Wm. Robertson,) saddle, 

harness and trunk manufacturers, James n [see card.] 
Phipps, Capt., 29th Regt., h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
PHGENIX INSURANCE CO., (London, Eng.,) Brown, Gillespie 

& Co., Agts. 
Pickard, Mrs. Catherine, (wid.) h Catherine bet Catharina and Maria. 
Pierce, Edward, lab., h Maria bet John and Catherine. 
Pierce, Wm., plasterer, h King e, n s bet Main and Nelson. 
Pierson, Mrs. Margaret, h Hughson bet Augusta and Catharina. 
Piggott, Charles, foreman, James Reid, h Hnghson nr Peel. 
Pike, John, carp., h Oak s s bet John and Catherine. 
PIKE, RICHARD, wholesale and retail dealer in cigars, tobacco, &c., 

12 King w, h same (see card.) 
Pilgrim, George, with R. A. Pilgrim, h n s Peel cor Spring. 
PILGRIM, ROBERT A., grocer, King East, n s, cor Cathcart, h 

King s s bet Wellington and Martin's Alley. 
PILGRIM, R. A. & CO., Hamilton Soda Water Manufactory, King e 

bet Wellington and Walnut. 
Pim, Henry, book-keeper, bds Margaret bet Main and King. 
Pim, Wm. H., carp., h Margaret bet King and Main. 
Pinch, Edward, machinist, h w s Cathcart bet King and East Market 
Pingston, Lewis, lab., h Wellington e s bet Wilson and Little Gor.e. 
Piper, Thomas, exchange broker, h e s John bet Barton and Stinson. 

For Fine Gold and NilTer Fnglish Hunting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STFWAKO, Goldsmith's Hall, 
12 King ;^t., Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 249 

Pitcher, Wm., painter, h e s McNab bet Concession and Colborne. 

Pitt, Wm., engineer, Gr. W. R., h Bay bet "Wilson and Picton. 

Plastow, Geo. W., plumber, h T'p Barton. 

Piatt, Thomas, porter, h McNab bet King and Main. 

Platts, Michael, tailor, h ss Little Gore nr Mary. 

Poe, Patrick, lab., h Lock w s bet Canada and William. 

Pogan, James, baker, h Cannon s s bet McNab and James. 

Pole, Robert G., salesman, h Bowery w s bet Bold and Duke. 

Police Station, No. 1, King William bet Hughson and John. 

Police Station No, 2, James cor Stuart. 

Pollan, Thos. lab., h cor Wellington and George. 

Pollington, Noah, lab., h Canada n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

POPLAR HOTEL, John Dynes pror, Burlington beach. 

Porteous, James, machinist, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Porteous, John, tailor, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Porteous, Thomas, moulder, h Napier n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Porter, Wm., scale maker, h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 

POST OFFICE, Jsmes opp Merrick. 

Postill, Mrs. Jane, h Hess e s bet York and Miles. 

Postill, N., teacher, h Hess e s bet York and Miles. 

Potter, Chas., marble cutter, h Barton n s bet Little William and 

Wentworth. 
Potter, Duke, teamster, bds Florence block. 

Potter, M. D., foreman, Hendrie & Co., bds Florence block King w. 
Potter, Walter, ropemaker, bds Hughson cor Stuart, 
Potter, Wm., ropemaker, h 112 Hushson nr Stuart. 
Pounden, John W., h Main n s bet Charles and McNab. 
Powell, Mi?s Agnes, dressmaker, h McNab e s bet Mulberry and Cannon. 
Powell, Daniel, lab., h Bay bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Powell, John, boiler maker, h s s Cannon bet Park and McNab. 
Powell, Richard, waiter, Tecumseh House. 
Powell, Wm. R., grocer. Bay bet Sheaffe and Colborne, h same. 
Power, Michael, lab . , h Broadway n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Power, Nicholas J., moulder, h Vine bet Park and Bay. 
Power, N. J., book keeper, G. W. R., h Vine n s bet Park and Bay. 
Power, Patrick, lab., h e s Hughson nr Wood. 
Power, Thomas, boiler maker, h Colborne s s bet James and McNab. 
Powis, Alfred, book-keeper, h James. 

Powis, Edmund, salesman, rooms Hughson bet King and Main. 
Powis, Wm., book-keeper, h Catherine bet Catharina and Maria. 
Powley, Joseph, carpenter, h Margaret e s bet King and Main. 
Powley, Wm. John, laborer, h York road s s over Suspension Bridge. 
Powney, Wm., shoemaker, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and King William. 
Pray, Richard, cab owner, h Hughson bet Augusta and Catharina. 
Precord, Augustus, machinist, h Tyburn nr Walnut. 

FoFB<^t~Table~^CuUery go to T. B. STEWARD Gold- 
sniitli's Hall, 12 King &$t. Hamiltoii. 



250 HAMILTON CITY 

Precord, Augustus, lab,, h Grove bet Wellington and Liberty. 

Prethour, Joshua, clerk, h n s King East bet Mary and Nelson. 

PRICE, CHARLES, prop. Mountain View Hotel, top of Mountain 

PRICE, JOSEPH, treasurer G.W.R., b Upper James. 

Priddis, John, grocer, corMcNab and Vine, h same. 

Primary School House, Wentworth nr Barton. 

Primitive Methodist Church, cor Gore and Hughson. 

Primitive Methodist Church, Queen w s cor Broadway. 

PRINCE'S SALOON, Thomas Young, prop., 20 John s. 

Prindiville, John, carpenter, h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 

Pringle, Allan, driver with Chilman. h King cor Ray. 

PRINGLE, JAMES D., barrister and insurance agent, office Went- 
worth Chambers, h Hannah head of Hughson. (See card.) 

Pringle, J., blacksmith, G.W.R. 

Pringle, John shoemaker, h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Pringle, Wm. W., salesman and traveller, (Young, Law & Co.), h Main 
s s bet Bond and Bowery. 

PROCTOR, JOHN, shippina: agent, commission merchant and whar- 
finger. Royal Hotel Block, and Commercial wharf, foot McNab h 
King bet Victoria Ave and Emerald. 

Proctor, John, lumberman, h Little Gore s s bet Cathcart and Well- 
ington. 

PRONGUEY, JOHN P., City coach factory, Park e s cor Market, h 
Charles e s bet Bold and Hunter. 

Proudfoot. Wm., (Proudfoot & Munro), h w s John bet Barton and 
S tin son, 

PROUDFOOT & MUNRO, barristers, &c., off Main bet James and 
McNab. 

Prout, Thomas, carpenter, h e s McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 

Provan, John, waiter, h Queen bet Market and King. 

Provan, Robert, confectioner, h Queen w s bet King and Li ttle James. 

Provincial Dye AVorks, Mrs. D. C. Yale, agent, James nr Main. 

PROVINCIAL FIRE AND MARINE INS., CO., James D. 
Pringle, agent, Wentworth Chambers, cor James and Main. (See 
Frontispiece. 

PUCKRIDGE, ARTHUR, (Thomas Lawrence & Co.,) h ns King e 
n Hughson. 

Pugh, Geo., carter, h Bold n sbet Caroline and Hess. 

PULLAR, REV. THOMAS, Congregational, h Wellington bet Ty- 
burn and Main. 

Pulling, Mark, Clerk, h 62 Rebecca. 

Purdom, Thomas, engineer, h Locomotive w s bet York and Concessioa 

Purkiss, Simeon, tinsmith, bds Anglo American Hotel. 

Purnell, Joseph, painter, bds cor John and Augusta. 

Pyle, Mrs. Elizabeth, h York s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Foir^Fine Gold and SilTer Fnglish Hunting-Cased 
WHtcbes, go to T. B. STKIVARD, Goldsmith's Hall 
12 Kiug-St. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 251 



Qua, James, teamster, h cor James and Stinson. 
Qua, Mrs. Mary, h e s James bet Stinson and Stuart. 
Quarry, Jos. H., salesman, bds King bet James and McNab. 
QUIMBY, A. C., cigars, tobacco and ^vhips, wholesale and retail, -13 

James, h Vine bet James and 3IcXab. 
Quinlin, Jeremiah, laborer h n s Barton bet Catherine and Mary. 
Quinn, Mrs. Alice, h 3IcNab cor Wilson. 
Quinn, Mrs. Ann, proprietress Mechanics' Hotel, e s John, opp wood 

market. 
Quinn, C. J., cabinet maker, h East Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
Quinn, Edward, laborer, h w s John cor Union. 

Quinn, John, pattern maker, h King e, bet Wellington and West Ave. 
Quinn, S., b. m. asst., G.W.R. 
Quirk, Mrs. Honora, h Bay w s opp Concession. 
Quirk, John, varnisher, h Cannon n s bet Park and McXab. 



Radford, William, baker, h Robinson s s bet Caroline and H'ess. 

RAE, RICHARD H., emigrant agent, office G.W.R. , Wharf, bds Royal 
Hotel. 

RAE, THOMAS, ship owner and lumber merchant. Bowery cor 
Hunter. 

Rail Road Hotel, Moses Furlong prop., foot of James. 

Ralston, Geo., carriage painter, h West Ave. 

Ralston. Mrs. Mary A., h s s Wilson bet John and Hughson, 

RAMSAY, ALEXANDER G., F.I.A., manager Canada Life Assur- 
ance Company, office James nr Main, h Charles cor Bold. 

Ramsay, Robert, butcher, stalls 15 and 16, res Bartonville. 

Randall, Mrs. Cordelia, dressmaker, h East Market s s bet Cathcart 
and Wellington. 

Randall, John, cooper, hr McNab bet Vine and Cannon. 

Randle, George, laborer, h Little William e s bet Barton and South. 

Rankin, Thomas, laborer, h Caroline w s bet Robinson and Herkimer. 

Rapsey, Harry, machinist, h Park e s bet Colborne and Concession. 

RASTRICK, FRED'K. J., architect and civil engineer, land and 
house agent, h Maria bet John and Hughson. 

Ratsey, Alfred, salesman, (G. H. Furner & Co.) 

Ratsey, W. J., book-keeper, (G. H. Furner & Co.,) h Main. 

Rauch, .Joseph, leather and findings, 8 John n, h Lind nr Mary. 

Raw, Robert, sen., book-keeper, (J. Walker,) Bowery bet Main and 
Maiden Lane. 

For Solid S^ilver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smitli'«^ Hall, T. B. ST£WAK1>, 13 King-St., Ham- 
iltoii. 



252 HAMILTON CITY 

RAW, ROBERT, jr-, printer, publisher and bookbinder, w s James 
bet King and York, h Park bet Cannon and Mulberry. [See card.] 

Rawlins, Mrs. Mary, h Hess w s bet Market and Napier. 

Raycrol't, Richard, laborer, h Little Market s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Raymer, George A., agent (Hurd and Roberts) h w s Little Market 
bet Pearl and Ray. 

Read, Isaac, whitewasher, h East Market s s bet Cathcart and Wel- 
lington. 

Reading, Henry, machinist, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Reading, J. fitter, G.W.R., 

ReardoD, Cornelius, lab., h s s Wilson bet James and McNab. 

Reardon, Dennis, tailor, h Park w s bet King and George. 

Reardon. John, lab., h e s Hughson bet Wood and Base. 

Reardon, John, moulder, h n s Lind bet John and Catherine. 

Reardon, Michael, lab., h e s Hughson cor Base. 

Reddon. Michael, salesman, h McNab, w s bet King and Main. 

Reddon, William, salesman, bds McNab w s bet King and Main. 

Redman, Mrs. Ann, h cor Hannah and Cherry. 

Redman, Robert W., printer, h Caroline w s bet York and Miles. 

Reed, David, glass blower, h 55 Hughson. 

Reed, Mrs. Ellen, h n s i^ind bet John and Catherine. 

Reed, Isaac, lab., h cor Cathcart and King William. 

Reed. James, machinist, h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

Reed, John, machinist, h Catherine e s cor Barton. 

Reed, Robt., carp., h n s Main bet Victoria Ave and Wellington. 

Reed, Wm., teamster, h Hughson opp Market Square. 

Reed, Wm.. W.. carp., h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Keeder, Robt , lab., h 74 Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 

Reel, John, tinsmith, bds King East bet Nelson and Walnut. 

Rees, Jonathan, lab., h Canada n s bet Pearl and Lock. 

REEVES, ARTHUR L., baker, h Walnut nr Peel. 

Reeves, Henry, stove polisher, h e s Hess bet Napier and Market. 

Reeves, Richard, baker, h King e bet Wellington and West Ave. 

Reeves, Samuel, baker, h e s James bet Barton and Lind, 

Reeves, Wm., baker, bds Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 

Kehn, James, turner, h Charles bet Maideu Lane and Peel. 

Reid. Alexander, gardener, h York s s nr Burlington Cemetery. 

RE ID, ALEXANDER C, M. D., C. M., physician and surgeon, sur- 
gery and h cor Rebecca and Hughson. 

Reid, Angus, stove mounter, h w s McNab bet Concession and Stuart. 

Reid, Angus, boiler maker, h w s McNab bet Concession and Murray. 

Reid, Charles, whip maker, h cor Tyburn and Catherine. 

Reid, Conrad, prop. Farmers' Home Inn, e s John opp Wood Market. 

Reid, Mrs. Eliza, dress maker, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine ano Walnut. 

For EEaiidsoiuc I'rench and Xluglisli Clocks, go to 
T. B. »TEWAIil>, OoldsmitU's Hall, 13 Ming-Siit. 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY, 253 

Reid, Fletcher, fitter, h w s Caroline bet Bold and Duke. 
Reid, George, porter, h w s John bet Augusta and Peel. 
REID, GEORGE LOWE, chief engineer, G.W.R., h Concession nr 

31ountaiD. 
Reid, Miss Isabella, h James w s opp Catharina. 
REID, JAMES, cabinet maker and upholsterer, King cor Bond, h 

same. (See advt.) 
Reid, James, salesman, bds cor John and Rebecca. 
Reid, James, stove mounter, h Bay e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Reid, Peter, lab., h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Peel. 
Reid, Thomas, tailor, h Merrick n s bet Park and Bay. 
Reid, Thos.. carpenter, bds Victoria House, King. 
REID, REV. WALTER, Primitive Methodist, h e s Hughson bet 

Gore and Henry. 
Reid, Wm., shipping clerk, h Hannah bet John and Catherine. 
Reid, Wm., carpenter, h Grove bet Wellington and Liberty. 
REID, W3I., coal, wood, lime, &c., w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry, 

h cor Henry and Mary. 
Reid. W. G., porter, h cor John and Hannah. 
REID, WM. & CO.. coal, wood, shingles, lime, lath, water lime, plaster, 

&c.. Mary bet Henry and Rebecca. (See advt.) 
RELIANCE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO., London, Eng- 
land. John Clark & Co., agents, oflBce .John cor King. 
Renn, James, turner, h Charles e s bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 
Renner, 3Irs. Phoebe, h ss Main bet James and Hushson. 
Renner, Samuel, harness maker, h 3Iain s s bet Hughson and James. 
Kenton, Thos., carpenter, h n s Mulberry bet Bay and Park. 
Renwick, Alex., conductor, G.W.R., h Concession nr Park. 
Riach, Alex., stone mason, h n s Wilson cor Cathcart. 
Riach, John, clerk, h Wilson n s cor Cathcart. 
RICE, MARSHALL E., prop. Ontario 3Iarble Works, wholesale and 

retail marble dealer, Park cor York and Merrick, h e s Catherine 

bet Henry and Rebecca. (See advt.) 
RICE, DR. S. D., Governor and Principal Wesleyan Female College, 

h Emerald. 
RICHARDS, HENRY J., foreman job printer, h cor Tyburn and 

Cherry. 
Richardson, Andrew, checker G.W.R. freight office, h Main bet Bowery 

and Caroline- 
RICHARDSON, REV. GEORGE, baptist. Park street baptist 

church, h Queen w s bet Little Main and York. 
Richardson, John, porter, h Hunter, n s cor Bowery. 
Richardson, Mrs. 3iary, h (Tcorge n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
RICHARDSON, MATTHEW, (Nelson Milk Company,) h s s Peel bet 

James and Husjhson. 



For Fine Silver and Electro- Plate, go to Golcl!!«mit]i's 
HaU, T. B. i^X£WAB]>, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 



254 HAMILTON CITY 

Richardson, Thomas, Auctioneer, Merrick nr James, h Tecumseh House 

bigs. 
Richardson, William, prop, boarding stables for Royal Hotel, Rebecca 

nr James. 
Richardson, William, builder, h Market s s cor Caroline. 
Richey, Anthony, carpenter, h WCilington e s bet \v'ilson and Little 

Gore. 
Richmond, Alfred, carpenter, h e s Catherine bet Henry and Lind. 
Richmond, Alfred, carpenter, G.W.R. 

Richmond, Geo., moulder, h Cherry bet Catharina and Maria. 
Richmond, James, baker, h Hunter bet Caroline and Hess, 
Richmond, John, clerk, hep El2;in bet Gore and Wilson. 
Riddel, John, stockbroker, 20 King e h Upper James. 
Riddle, John, marble polisher, h n s William nr Main. 
Riddle, John, grocer and provision dealer, 29 Rebecca, house same. 
Riddle, William, moulder, h Hughson behind English Church. 
Riddle, Mrs. Wm., h 84 Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 
Ridler, William, grocer, Wentworth s s bet Pearl and Lock, h same. 
RIDLEY, DR. HENRY T., physician and surgeon, office and h Main 

s s cor Charles. 
Rigsby, John, builder, h East Market s s bet Mary and Nelson. 
Rigsby, John William, telegraph operator, h East Market s s bet Mary 

and Nelson. 
Ringer, Ephriam, laborer, h 46 Rebecca. 
Ringler, Alex., tailor, h Merrick s s bet McNab and Park. 
Rioch, Geo., printer, h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 
Ripley, Abm., moulder, h s s Rebecca nr Wellington. 
Ripley, James, moulder, h Rebecca bet Mary and Wellington. 
Rissmann, Rudolph, (F. Egener & Co.,) h n s King bet Catherine and 
Mary. 

Ritchie, Alexander, carpenter, G.W.R. 

RITCHIE, EDMUND, postmaster, res. post office, James. 

RITCHIE, FREDERICK E., ass't. postmaster, bds over post office, 
James. 

Ritchie, Henry G. book-keeper, bds Hess bet King and Main. 

Ritchie, Peter, fitter's ass't G.W.R. 

Ritchie, Thomas, laborer, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
. Ritchie, William, laborer, h s s Picton bet James and McNab. 

Roach, George, laborer, h York s s cor Pearl. 

ROACH, GEORGE, refreshment room, G.W.R., station, h Concession 
s s bet Park and McNab. 

Roach, James, laborer, h Bay w s bet Murray and Stuart. 

Roach,, John, mariner, h e s Hughson bet Hannah and Warren. 

Roach, Joseph, leather dealer, h n s Lind bet Catherine and Mary. 

Ptoach, James, laborer, G. W. R. 

For Heavy Wedding, Signet auid Oein Riiiffs, go to 
T. B. STEWAKI>, l^oldsmith's Mall, 13 liing-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 255 

Koach, Mrs. Mary, h s s Stuart bet James and McNab. 

Roach, Patrick, warehouse-maD, h Brock cor McNab. 

Eobb, Alexander, book-keeper, h s s Cannon bet James and McNab. 

E.OBB. James, ( 3Iackelcan & Robb,) bds s s Cannon bet James and 
McNab; 

Robb, 3Irs. Margaret, h s s Cannon bet James and McNab. 

Robb, 3Iiss, school teacher, h Catherine bet Catharina and Maria. 

Robb, William, foreman, Spectator Office, h King w, cor Ray. 

Robbins, Joseph, shoemaker, h Little Market s s bet Ray and Pearl. 

ROBBINS, N. B., ircto railing and fire grate manufacturer, c s Mary 
bet Little Gore and Rebecca, b cor 3Iary and Wilson. 

ROBERTS, DAVID E., (Hurd & Roberts,) h Queen w s nr York. 

Roberis, Mrs. Ellen, dealer in %ncy goods, 4i John s. h same. 

Roberts, George, black.smith, bds Tyburn bet Hughson and John. 

Roberts, Hiram, bds s s Peel bet James and Hughson. 

Roberts, Capt., John, b 7 Wellington bet Peel and Main. 

Roberts, Ct-pt., Owen, mariner, h McNab e s bet Strachan and Simcoe. 

Roberts, William, h Wellington bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Roberts, William, accountant, bds Wellington. 

Robertson, Archibald M., ship builder, b Brock nr McNab. 

Robertson, Charles, carp., b Bay e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Robertson, Frederick, clerk, b Maiden Lane s s bet Bond and Bowery. 

Robertson, George, cabinet maker, b 3Iiles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Robertson, James, h 66 Rebecca. 

Robertson, James, blacksmith, h Little Main s s bet Ray and Lock. 

Robertson, James, cutter, h Bay w s bet Cannon and Mulberry, 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, dry goods, &c., 20 King e, h 39 Rebecca 
cor of Mary. 

Robertson, Peter, ship carpenter, h Bay bet Picton and McAulay. 

ROBERl SON, ROBERT, teacher of dancing, bn s Catherine bet 
Henry and Gore. 

ROBERTSON, WM., (Fhilp & Robertson), h Hess bet King and Lit- 
tle Market. 

Robins, Samuel, tinsmith, b n s King William bet West Ave and Vic- 
toria Ave. 

Robins, Wm., tailor, h w s West Ave bet W^ilson and Henry. 

Rohinson, — , (^refused) b ilarkst s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Robinson, Alfred, messenger engineer's office, G.W.R. 

Robinson, Charles, carpenter, h Colborne s s cor Bay, 

Robinson, George, lab., h McNab bet Mulberry and Murray. 

Robinson, Henry, painter, G.W.R. 

Robinson, James, machinist, h s s Picton "bet Bay and 3IcNab. 

Robinson, James, tailor, b n s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Robinson, James, lab., G.W.R., bds Roach's. 

For low priced and j^ood American, Clocks, go to 
T. «. STEWAUI>, (jioldsmitli's Hall, 13 King-^it., 
Uauiiltou. 



256 HAMILTON CITY 

Robinson, Mrs. Mary, h Canada s s, head of Poulette. 

Robinson, Thos., glass blower, h w s Hughson bet Wilson and Picton, 

Robinson, Wm., tailor, h w s Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 

Robinson, Wm., boot and shoe maker, w s John bet Peel and Tyburn, 
h same. 

Robinson, Wm., salesman, h n s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 

Robinson, Wm., foreman R. Raw's, bds cor Gore and James. 

ROBINSON, WM, A., mechanical superintendent, G.W.R., h Bold s s 
bet McNab and James. 

Robinson, Wm. H., painter, h Park w s bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 

Rob Roy Hotel, Michael Murphy, prop., cor John and Peel. 

Rob.'on, William, laborer, h Wellington e s bet Rebecca and Wilson. 

Roddick, Wm., tailor, h e s James bet Stinson and Stuart. 

Rodger, John, blacksmith, h Bay e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Rodgers, Andrew, laborer, h n s Peel bet Liberty and Spring. 

RODGERS, JOHN, blacksmith, York n s, h Bay e s bet Mulberry and 
Cannon. 

Rodgers, John, carpenter, h 61 Hughson nr Murray. 

Rodgers, Patrick, carter, h e s Catherine nr Barton. 

Rodgers, William, tailor, h Little Gore s s bet Cathcart and Welling- 
ton. 

Rodgers, William, engine driver, h Caroline w s bet York and Miles. 

Rodgers, William H., wholesale butcher, outside City Market Stalls 
and Bartonville, h township Barton'. 

Rohmer, Louis, hotel keeper, n s Hughson nr King William. 

Rohr, Frederick, laborer, h Canada n s bet Ray and Pearl. 

Rolls, Saml. S., carriage trimmer, h e s Peel opp Spring. 

ROLPH, GEO., registrar of Surrogate, County Building?, h Dundas. 

Rolston, Jam^s, tinsmith, h Wilson nr R. R. Bridge. 

RONALD, WILLIAM, grocer, 15 York n s, h same. 

Ronan, Andrew, grocer, s w cor Stuart and Hughson, h same. 

Ronan, John, blacksmith, h cor Henry and Wellington. 

Ronan, Mrs. Michl., grocer, cor Henry and Wellingtop, h same. 

Ronan, Patrick, flour and feed, s s Market Square, h Henry s s cor 
Wellington. 

Rocney, John, laborer, h Bay e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Rooney, Patrick, peddler, h head of Concession nr Bay. 

Ross, Leon, (Goldrich & Ross,) h King William n s cor Mary. 

Roots, George, laborer, h Bay bet Colborne and Concession. 

Roper, !IMrs. Elizabeth Ann, h w s John bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Roper, Fredk., clerk, h Miles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Rorke, John R., painter, h Little James n s bet Queen and Ray, 

Rose, David, tobacconist, h Caroline w s bet King and Market. 

Rose, Hugh, blacksmith, h Railway e s bet Mulberry and Cannon. 

Rose, Leon, peddler, h n s King William nr Mary. 

For Handsome Scarf Pins and Sliirt Studs, go to 
T. B. STEWABU, Ooldsmitli's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 257 

ROSEBRUGH, J. W., M. D., h Jameg wsbet Maiden Lane and 

Hunter. 
Rosewarn, Mrs, x\nn, h w s John cor Augusta. 
Ross, Alex., porier, 75 James, bds Charles 
Ross, Alex., tailor, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Ross, Alex,, peddler, h Hess w s bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 
ROSS, ANDREW, dry goods and carpeting, 4 Lister Building.'-, e s 

James, bds Royal Hotel. 
Ross, Donald, asst boiler maker, h n s Barton bet John and Catherine. 
Ross, David, lab., h Queen w s bet Little 3Iain and York. 
Ross, Mrs. Ellen, h cor John and Main. 

Rosp, George T., book-keeper, h e s West Ave bet Russell and Wilson. 
Ross, Mrs. Isabella, h Peel n s opp Liberty. 
Rosf, James, shoemaker, h East Market n s cor Wentworth. 
Ross, Miss Jane, boarding house. Bay w scor Cannon. 
RosF, John, tailor, h e s Cathcart bet Henry and Little Gore. 
Ros.=, John, lab., h King East, nr West Ave. 
Ross, John, lab., h Pearl e s cor George. 
Ross, Mrs. John, h s s Peel bet Hughson and John. 
Ross, Joseph T., painter, h Wellington e s bet Wilson and Little Gore. 
Ross, Mrs. Kenneth, h West Ave e s bet Wilson and King William. 
Ross, Robert, painter, h w s John bet Lind and Barton. 
ROSS, ixlMUEL F., lumber merchant, h Napier n s bet Hess and 

Queen. 
Ross, Wm., porter, h Hunter s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Ross, Wm., machinist, h Locomotive w s nr York. 
Ross, Wm., salesman, (A. Ross,) bds Peel bet John and Hughson. 
ROSS, WILLL^M K., (Ross & Smith,) h West Ave e s bet Wilson 

and King William. 
ROSS & SMITH, (W. K. Ross & Frank Smith,) hardware merchants, 

King East bet Hughson and John. 
Rothwell, Benjamin, moulder, h n s Little Gere nr Cathcart. 
Rourke, Georae, hostler, h Union s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Rousseaux, John, policeman, h ss Wilson bet Mary and Elgin. 
Rousseaux, Jos., salesman, h ss Henry bet Cathcart and Ferguson Ave. 
Rousseaux, J. B.. clerk, h Elgin nr Little Gore 
ROUTH, HENRY W., (Brown, Gillespie & Co,) h McNab cor Bold. 
Routh, James, laborer, h King w, n s nr Crystal Palace. 
ROUTH, P. J., (Hammond & Routh,) bds Royal Hotel. 
Rowan, Anthony, laborer, h cor Cherry and Catharina. 
Rowan, Charles, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
Rowan, Martin, laborer, h Maria bet Cherry and Aurora. 
Rowan, William, laborer, h Caroline w s cor Herkimer. 
Rowe, Richard, switchman, h Elgin e s bet Barton and Robert. 
Rowe, John, traveller, Buchanan & Co., bds Anglo American Hotel. 

For Best Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWARB 
Gioldsmitli's .Uall, 12, Hing-SC HamiltoiL. 

33 



258 HAMILTON CITY 

Roy, Alexander W., clerk, h Duke cor McNab. 

ROY, ROBERT, (Robert Roy & Co.,) h Duke s s cor McNab. 

ROY, ROBERT & CO., importers of dry goods, carpets, silks &c., w s 

James opp Fountain, h Duke cor McNab. 
ROYAL CANADIAN BANK, Office, Canada Life Ins. Building, H. 

McKinstry, agent. 
ROYAL DOMINION COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, T. N. Harris, 

Principal, James cor King William. 
ROYAL HOTEL BILLIARD ROOM, James P. Phelan, propr., 

(see card.) 
ROYAL HOTEL, S. Bronson, propr,, James cor Merrick, (see adv.) 
ROYAL INSURANCE CO., Geo. A. Young, Agent, office Royal 

Hotel building, cor James and Merrick, (see adv.) 
RUDEL, W. H., working jeweller, s w cor King and James, h Tyburn 

bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Ruld, William S., carpenter, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
Rumbold, Henry, bailiff, h Hunter s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Ruppell, Lawrence, laborer, h s s King w nr Garth. 
Ruse, Mrs. A. dealer in boots and shoes, 30 King w h same. 
Rush, John, h Pearl es bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Russell, Christopher, brick moulder, h King n s nr Crystal Palace. 
Russell, Mrs. Mary, h s s Catharina let Catherine and Walnut. 
Russell, Richard W., working jeweller, James opp Fountain, up stairs, 

h Maria bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Russell, William, carpenter, h e s John nr Base. 
Russell, Wm., warehouse-man, h Warren bet Hushson and John. 
Rutherford, Adam, clerk, bds n s Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 
RUTHERFORD, ALEX., Sup't Mechanics' Institute and Reading 

Room, h n s Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Rutherford, Andrew, clerk, bds John bet Rebecca and Gore. 
RUTHERFORD, GEORGE, (J, W^in^r & Co., and Hamilton Glass 

Works), h John nr Rebecca. 
Rutherford, Geo., book-keeper, bds British Hotel, John cor Main. 
Rutherford, James, moulder, h n s Market bet Caroline and R^iy. 
Rutherford, James B., moulder, h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Rutherford, John, stable foreman, Hendrie & Co. 
Rutherford, Wm., clerk engineer's office, G.W.R. 
Rutherford, Wm., h w s John bet Wilson and Union. 
RUTHERFORD& CO., (George Rutherford. John Winer, Lyman 
Moore and L, H. Brooks), Hamilton Glass Works), Hughson nr 
Picton. 
Ruthven, Andrew, jeweller, (W. H. Rudel), bds Huahson nr Henry. 
RUTHVEN, PETER, bookbinder, Tijnes, h 51 Hughson. 
Rutley, George, tavern, Wellington bet E. Market and Rebecca. 
Rutter, Theodore, lab., h Little Main s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

For Fine Gold and Silver Fnglisli Hnnting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. K. STJEWAR1>, CSoldsmitli's Hall, 
13 Hip^-St,. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 259 

RYALL, GEO., M. D., physician and surgeon, h n s Main bet Cath- 
erine and Walnut. 

RYALL, ISAAC, physician and surgeon, bds Main u s e of Catherine. 

Ryall, James H , salesman, bds Main bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Ryan, James, carriage maker, h Barton bet John and Catherine. 

Ryan, Michael, lab., h s s Catharina bet Wellington and Liberty. 

Ryan, Thos. J., boot and shoe maker, h w s McNab cor Concession. 

Ryan, Wm., tailor, h n s Main opp Spring. • 

Ryckman, David, paper finisher, h King n s cor Hes.«. 

Ryckman, John, J. P., flour and feed, King bet Hess and Queen. 

Ryckman, Samuel, crier of Courts, h Railway bet York and Concession. 

Ryckman, Walter, (Horning & Ryckman), h Wellington opp Tyburn. 

Rymal, David, National Hotel, 12 York s s, Market stables. Market 
n s bet Park and McNab. 

Rymal, Stephen, driver, (H. W. Bilton), bds National Hotel. 



Sabine, James E., book-keeper, h Henry n s bet Cathcart and Ferguson 
Ave. 

SADLIER, CHARLES A, barrister, office llughson e s bet King and 
Main, h Palmerston Terrace, Maiden Lane. 

Sails, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Main w s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Salloway, William J., lab., h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession. 

Salter, Geo., porter, h Hughson bet Augusta and Peel. 

Samuel, Jas., salesman, h Peel bet James and Hughson. 

Samuel, Mrs. James, h s s Peel bet James and Hughson. 

Sanders, Richd., waggon maker, h s s Catharina bet Catherine and 
Walnut. 

SANFORD WM. E., (Sanford, Mclnnes & Co.,) h Hannah bet Hugh- 
son and John. 

SANFORD, MclNNES & CO., (W. E. Sanford and Alex Mclnnep,) 
wholesale clothing manufacturers, 47 and 49 King e. (see card.) 

Santee, Ephraim, laborer, h King e bet Stephen and Ashley. 

Santry, Kennedy, laborer, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Saiterthwaite, Thomas, whip-lash-maker, York n s Burlington Heights, 
h same. 

Saunders, John, carriage painter, h SheaiFe nr Bav. 

SAWYER, LUTHER D. (L. D. Sawyer & Co.,) res United States. 

SAWYER, STEPHEN P., (L. D. Sawyer & Co.,) h Victoria Ave n 
of G. W. R. 

SAWYER, L. D, &C0., (Jonathan Ames & Stephen P. Sawyer), agri- 
cultural implement manufacturers, VVellington n of G. W, R. 
(see advertisement.) 

For Handsome French and Fuglish Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



260 HAMILTON OITT 

Sawyers, John, waggon maker, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and 

WalDut. 
Sayers, Joseph T., salesman, h Bay e s bet Market and York. 
Sayman, Aaron, repairer umbrellas, &c.. King e cor Catherine, h same. 
Scanlan, Mrs. Mary, h Burlington Heights. 
Scanlon, Patrick, laborer, h Cannon n s betMcNab and James. 
Schaedel, Jacob, buiscuit maker, h Main w s s bet Lock and Margaret. 
SCHAUPP, JOHN, Lager Beer Saloon, Bay w s bet Concession and 

Stinson. 
Schear, Charles, tobacco worker, h Concession s s bet Bay and Park. 
Scheck, Angust, piano maker, h s s Market bet Hess and Qaeen. 
Scheck, Louis, polisher, bds ss Market bet He^s and Queen. 
Schelter, Fredk., waiter, (Roachs,) bds s s Stuart bet James and McNab 
Schmeler, John, moulder, h Bay e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
SCHRADER, FREDERICK J., cigar manufacturer, h McNab es 

bet Hunter and Bold, (see card. ) 
Schuch. Gottlieb, file-cutter, h Miles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Schumacher, George, cabinet maker, Market n s, bet Park and 

McNab. 
Fchwarz, Bernhard, shoemaker, bds 106 King w. 
Schwarz, Edward, boot and shoemaker, 106 Kingw, h same. 
SCHWARZ, FREDERICK, tobacco manufactarer, Florence Block 

King w, h same. 
Schwarz, Louis, cigars and tobacco, 81 James n, h same. 
Scobie, Mrs. Catherine, h John cor Catharina. 
Scobie, James, salesman, h John bet Catharina and Maria. 
Scobie, John, clerk, bds John bet Catharina and Maria. 
Scofiin, George, machinist, G. W. R. 
Scott, Adam, porter, h Main s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Scott, Edward, trunkfnaker, bds Florence Block King w. 
Scott, George, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Scott, George, blacksmith, h s s O'Reilly nr Walnut. 
Scott, Hugh, detective, h 18 Hughson. 
Scott, Mrs. Hugh, registry office for servants, e s Hughson bet Rebecca 

and King William. 
SCOTT, JAMES, agent, J. Sutherland, bds Cook's Hotel. 
Scott, James, melodeon tuner, h e s John cor Gore. 
Scott, John, messenger, Bank of Montreal, h Park e 8 cor Vine and 

Cannon. 
Scott, Samuel, grocer, u e cor West Avenue and East Marke'j h 

same. 
Scott, Thomas, carp., h cor Park and Cannon. 
Scott, Wm., h Paik e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Scott, Wm., book-keeper, h Bond e s bet King and Main. 
Scott, Wm., lab., h s s Peel bet Liberty and Wellington. 

For Fine Silver and Klectro-Platc, go to Cjlold^uiitli' 8 
Mall, X. B. !«^T£WAK]>, 13 King.»t. Haiuilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIEEOTORY. 61 

SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL ASSURANCE CO., (Life), James D. 
Pringle, agent, Wentworth Chambers, cor James and Main. 

SCRIVEN, PALEMON L., wood engraver, h 28 King w. (see card) 

Scrogie, John, blacksmith, h Locomotive w s bet York and Concession. 

Sculley, Richard, clerk, bds Merrick bet Park and McNab. 

Seaman, Charles, clerk, h York n s bet McNab and Park. 

SEAMAN, SHADRACH L., tailor and clothier, 19 York n s and 20 
King w, h 19 York. 

Searlep, W. H,, machinist, h Stinson bet Hughson and James. 

Searles, Robert, lab., h ss Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Searle?, Stephen, carpenter, h w s Mary bat Lind and Barton. 

Secord, Mrs. Ann Al., h West Ave bet Main and Peel."* 

SECORD, GEO. C, (Secord & Davis), h w s of Nelson bet Rebecca 
and Wil'on. 

SECORD, GEORGE R., (Sharpe & Secord), bds Royal Hotel. 

Secord, Hector, farmer, h n s Main nr John. 

SECORD & DAVIS, grocers, [Geo. C. Secord and Wm. A. DavisJ 
n e cor John and Main. 

Seelbard, Frederick, lab., h Park w s bet Colborne and Concession. 

Seevert, Ernest, cabinet maker, h Ray bet Broadway atd Canada. 

Selden, Richard, carpenter, h s s Lind bet Mary and Elgin, 

Selpk, Louis, confectioner, h Park e s cor Vine. 

Semmens, John, baby carriage factory and planing mills, Pearl w s bet 
King and Little James. 

Semmens, William, carpenter, h Pearl w s cor King. 

Semmens &• Co , proprietors Ontario planing mill and baby carriage 
makers. Pearl n of King. 

Semple, Wm., plasterer, h McAulay bet John and Hughson. 

Senet, Mrs. Peter, h King e bet Wellington and West Ave. 

Senter, Wm., cab owner, h Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 

Serale, John, carpenter, G.W.R. 

Service, Miss Ellen, cloak maker, h King n s bet Hess and Queen. 

SERVICE, ROBERT, (Service &Wyld), h n w cor Main and Charles 

SERVICE & WYLD, (Robert Service and Frederick Wyld), impor- 
ters and wholesale dealers in clothes, tweeds and tailors trimmings, 
19 King w. [See advertisement.] 

Servos, Ethelbert, bailiff, h Li tie Peel es nr Lock. 

Sevour, Edward, baggage man G.W.R.,h s 8 Mulberry bet Park and 
McNab. 

SEWELL, CHARLES R. M., chief clerk Customs House, bda Mer- 
rick bet Park and Bay. 

Shadbold, Thomas, h Caroline bet Main and Maiden Lane. 

Shafer, J. M., driver, (American Express Co.), bds American Hotel. 

Shafer, Mrs. R., h n s Peel nr Walnut. 

Shane, Timothy, lab., b George bet Aurora and Wellington. 

For !^olicl Silver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smitli's Hall, T. JB. »T£WAK1>, 1:3 King-St., Uam- 
iltou. 



262 HAMILTON CITY 

Shannon, Carlton S., h Little Market s s bet Park and Lock. 

SHANJ^ON, PETER, White Horse Inn, McNab bet York and Merrick. 

SHARP, GEORGE, [Sharp &Murison],h Bay e s bet York and Vine. 

Sharp, George, carpenter, n s Peel bet John and Catherine, h same. 

Sharp, Harry, carpenter, h O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 

Sharp, Mrs. Jane, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Sharp, J. H., carpenter, bds Bay bet York and Vine. 

SHARP, WM., baker, grocer, provision dealer, wine and liquor mer- 
chant, w s John bet Peel and Tyburn, h same. 

SHARP & MURISOX, [George Sharp and George Murison], build- 
ers, planing mill, &c., cor Bay and Vine. 

Sharpe, Mrs. Jane, h Broadwav s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

SHARPE, NOBLE, [Sharpe &Seeord], h Catherine 2nd door from 
Catharina. 

SHARPE &SECORD, [Noble Sharpe and George R. Secordl, impor- 
ters and wholesale grocers, 31 King e. 

Shaugnessey, Martin, lab., bds cor Hughson and Barton. 

Shaw, John, moulder, h s s Lind bet Mary and Elgin. 

Shay, Thomas, tobacconist, h Ray e s bet Little Main and Little Market 

Shay, Mrs. Mary, h Ray e sbet Little Main and Little Market. 

Shay, Mrs. Mary, washerwoman, h West Ave e s bet Mary and Wilson. 

Shay, Thomas, lab., h George ss bet Pearl and Lock. 

Shea, Dennis, lab., h Tyburn. 

Shea, Geo., plumber, bds s s King w bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Shea, James, shoemaker, h s s Catharina bet Catherine and John. 

Shea, John, laborer, h King e bet Wellington and West Ave. 

Shea, John, lab., h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Shea, Michael, lab., G.W.R. 

Shea, Patrick, lab., h Tyburn. 

Sheane, James, lab., h e s Mary nr King William. 

Shearsmith, Mrs. Mary, h Little Gore s s bet Elgin and Ferguson Ave. 

Shedden, John, tailor, (T. G. Furinvall.) 

Sheed, Geo., moulder, h w s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 

Sheen, John, shoemaker, bds cor John and Gore. 

Sheen, Timothy, laborer, (W. H. Judd & Bro.) 

Shelding, John, laborer, h Pearl w s bet Little Market and York. 

Sheldrick, Richard, hostler, bds Mathews. 

Shelmerdine, W., laborer G.W.R. 

Shelter, Fred., waiter, (Roache's,) bds Stuart bet James and McNab. 

Shepherd, Francis, clerk Custom House, h e s Bay bet Wilson and 
Picton. 

Shepherd, H., fitter G.W.R. 

Shepherd, Mrs. Jane, h Bay e s bet Market and York. 

Shepherd, Mrs. Geo., h w s Wellington bet Wilson and Gore. 

Sheppard, Jehial, whip maker, h Main bet Walnut and Spring. 

For Heavy WccSdiiis, Signet and Gem l&ings, go to 
T. a. i*>Ti:WAUI>, <^oldsmith'.s Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 263 

Sheridan, Mrs. Judith, h w s Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 
Sheridan, Patrick, laborer, h Bay w s bet Murray and. Stuart. 
Sheriff, Wm., shoemaker, h w s Spring nr Main. 
Sherstine, John, cigar maker, h Hughson bet Market Square and 

Catharina. 
Sherwood, Jame?. farmer, h Robinson s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Shields, John, laborer, h n s Wilson bet Mary and Elgin. 
Shill, John, brush manufacturer, oor McNab and Mulberry, h same. 
Shipley, Vincent, laborer, h Union n s bet Hess and Queen. 
Shire, Bernhard, carpet shoe maker, h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Short, Richd., sail maker, h Catherine nr Guy. 
Shouldice, Mrs. Mary A., h n s Peel nr Walnut. 
Shovelin, Mrs. Ann, h cor Barton and William. 
Shovelin, Henry, hatter, h cor Barton and William. 
Shrieve, Geo., laborer, h s s Wilson bet James and ^JcNab. 
Shuten, Charles, merchant tailor, h w s Elgin bet Henry and Little 

Gore. 
Shuttleworth, Mrs. Eliza, h s s Tyburn bet Catherine and W^alnut. 
Shuttleworth, Wm., salesman, h cor Henry end Elgin. 
Siddon, J., car department, G. W. Pi. 
Sievert, Augustus W., cabinet maker, h Lock cor King. 
Sievert, Ernest, piano maker, h w s Ray nr Little Main. 
Sillett, Geo. H., grocer, 23 Rebeccal h same. 
Sillett, Mrs. Rachel, milliner and straw bonnet maker, h 23 Rebecca nr 

Catherine. 
Silver, Wm., shoemaker, h Hunter s s bet McNub and James. 
Silverfriend, Moses, tobacconist, e s John bet Peel and Tyburn, h same. 
Sinnington. James, lab., h cor Hannah and Hughson. 
Simmons. James, cabinet maker, h Park. 
Simon, Henry, cigar maker, bds John bet Gore and Henry. 
Simons, Abraham, peddhr, h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Simpson, Mis?, tailoress, h King William s sbet Mary and Nelson. 
Simpson, Alex., shoemiker, h King East n s bet Nelson and Cathcart. 
SIMPSON, REV. A. B., Canada Presbyterian, Knox's Chuich, h n s 

Henry bet James and Hughson. 
Simpson, Chas. W., carp., h King w, n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Simpson, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Bay cor Sheaffe. 
SIMPSON, JAMES, wholesale grocer, McNab, Market Square, h Bay 

bet Vine and (Tannon. 
Simpson, Jonathan, h King w, n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Simpson, J, W., salesman, h Hughson cor Rebecca. 
Simpson, Robert, carp., h Barton Township. 
Simpson, Samuel, sailmaker, h Hughson bet Burlington and Guy. 
Simpson, Wm., porter, h 31iles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Sinclair, George, tailor, h r Peel nr Catherine. 

For Handsome Scarf Pin.s and Kiiirt f^ttids, go to 
T. B. STJGUAK1>, OoId«mitli'.«i Mall, 13 Miug-»t., 
Hamilton. 



264 HAMILTON CITY 

SINCLAIR, ISAAC, barber, &c., 66 King w, h w s Mary bet Rebecca 

and Henry. 
Sinclair, John W., gardener, h Wentworth e s bet Barton and G.W.R. 
Sinclair, Peter, gardener. Dr. McQuesten. 
Sinclair, Peter, lab., bds n s Peel opp Liberty. 
Sinnett, James, farmer, h s s Rebecca bet Catherine and Mary. 
Skating Rink, James bet Peel and Augusta. 

Skerritt, John, shoemaker, h Wellington e s bet Wilson and Little Gore 
Skimings, William H., coach builder, bds Cook's Hotel. 
SKINNER, ANDREW F., (Jas. A. Skinner & Co,,) h Wellington cor 

Duke. 
Skinner, Hugh R., jr., clerk Canadian Bank Commerce, bds Welling- 
ton, 
SKINNER, JAMES A., (J. A. Skinner & Co.,) res Dunelg. 
Skinner, Joseph, steward Wesleyan Female College. 
SKINNER, JAMES A. & CO., (J. A. & A. F. Skinner,) china, glass, 

earthenware and fancy goods wholesale, 27 King e. 
Skirving, David, clerk Bank British North America, bds Wellington. 
Skuce, George, laborer, h York s s near the Cemetery. 
Slater, Robt. P., law student, h John nr Rebecca. 
Slatter, Henry, tinsmith, bds Main bet Bowery and Cannon. 
Slaughter, John, laborer, h n s Mulberry bet McNab and Park. 
Slaughter, John, tobacco worker, h Mulberry bet McNab and Park. 
Sloan, John, laborer, h Bay e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Slocombe, William, sexton Meth. Centenary Church, h Main nr Church, 
Smale, James, blacksmith G.W.R. 

Smale, William, painter, h Elgin e s bet Barton and Robert. 
Smale, William, jr., printer, h Elgin e s bet Barton and Robert. 
Small Miss Ann, laundress, h cor O'Reilly and Walnut. 
SMALL, JAMES, pressman (A. Lawson & Co.,) bds n s Peel bet 

Catherine and Walnut. 
Small, Mrs. Mary J., dress maker, n s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 
Small. Thomas, butcher, stall City Market, h Tp Barton. 
Smallby, Henry, tailor, h w 8 West Ave. nr Rebecca. 
SMALL WOOD, ALEX., hay, straw and cord wood, s s King William 

nr Mary, h John bet King and Main. 
SMALLVVOOD, GEORGE, prop Victoria Saloon, fruit and oyster 

depot, 14 John s, h same. » 

Smart, Geo., saddler and harness maker, 42 John s, h same. 
Smart, Mrs. Geo., confectioner, 42 John s, h same. 
Smellie, John, salesman, h Merr.ck n s bet Park and Bay. 
SMITH, ALEX., grocer, wine and liquor merchant, cor John and Peel, 

h same. 
Smith, Alex., porter, (George Lee.) 

For low priced and good American, Clocks, go to 
T. a. ^TCWAKD, <^oldsmith'8 II ail, 12 I£ing-i4t., 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 265 

Smitb, Mrs. Ann, h cor Duke and Emerald. 

Smith, Mrs. Ann J., h s s King w bet Margaret and Lock. 

Smitb, A. W., book-keeper, bds n s Rebecca cor Catherine. 

Smitb, Bernard, engineer, h. 88 Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 

Smitb, Charles, cabinet maker, h Market s s bet Bay and Caroline. 

Smith, Charlee, boilermaker, G.W.E. 

Smitb, Charles, city messenger, h King William s s bet Mary and Nelson 

Smith, Charles, clerk, bds Hughson bet King William and Rebecca. 

Smith, Charles R., grain buyer, h w s Wellington bet Wilson and Gore. 

Smith, David A., clerk, bds e s John bet Peel and Augusta. 

SMITH, DONALD, merchant tailor and clothier, 40 King e, h Avon 

Cottage, Barton. (See Card.) 
SMITH, FRANK, [Ross & Smith], h Main nr Walnut. 
Smith, Freeman B., stone cutter, h Merrick s s bet Park and Bay. 
Smith, George, turner, h Barton tp. 
SMITH, GEORGE, wholesale and retail grocer, Market Square s s, h 

same. 
SMITH, GEORGE, manufacturer of tin, copper and sheet iron ware, 

and dealer in stoves, cor McNab and Cannon, h same. 
Smith, George, packer, h 30 Rebecca. 
Smith, George, saw miller, h cor Catherine and Gore. 
Smith, Capt. Geo. B., h Barton n s bet Emerald and Little William. 
Smith, Henry, porter, h George bet Cherry and Aurora. 
Smith, H., car department, G.W.R. 
Smith, James, foreman, G.W.R. , bds Ontario Hotel. 
Smith, James, machinist, bds e s James bet Union and Wilson. 
Smith, James, book-keeper, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Smith, James, lab., h e s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Smith, James, salesman, bds Hughson. 

Smith, James, plasterer, h n s King William bet Mary and Nelson. 
SMITH, JAMES B., day and evening school, 3 King w h s s King 

William, bet Mary and Nelson. (See card.) 
Smith, Mrs. Jane, tinware, 4 York s s, h same. 
Smith, John, pattern maker, h West Ave cor East Market. 
Smith, John, fitter, h Little Market n s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Smith, John, watchmaker, h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Smith, John, mill-wright, h cor West Ave and Rebecca. 
Smith, John L., clerk. Custom House, h e s McNab bet Stuart and 

Colborne. 
Smith, John W., clerk, h King East bet Catherine and Mary. 
Smith, Michael, marble-polisher, h Bay e s bet York and Market. 
SMITH, MORRIS, cabinet maker, h Market n snr Bay. 
SMITH, JOHN (John Smith & Co.,) h John cor Maria. 
Smith, Patrick, lab., h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Smithj Peter P., lab., h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 

For Best Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWAR1> 
Goldsmitli'8 Hall, 13, Kiug-St. Hamilton. 

34 



266 HAMILTON CITY 

Smith, Richard, finisher, h York nr Bridge. 

Smith, Richard J., finisher, h York n s nr Suspension Bridge, 

Smith, Robt., lab., h Wentworth nr King. 

Smith, Robt., salesman, h Hughson bet Market Square and Catharina. 

Smith, Robt. E., salesman, bds Henry bet Hughson and James. 

Smith, Robt., moulder, G. W. R. 

Smith, Samuel, Western Hotel, York cor Ray. 

Smith. Mrs. Sarah, h King n s bet Queen and Ray. 

SMITH, THOS., (Allan & Co.,) h w s Catherine bet Gore and 

Henry. 
Smith, Thos., carp., h w s Catherine bet Henry and Gore. 
Smith, Thos., Hamilton Water Works, h Stuart bet McNab and James. 
Smith, Wm., tobacco-worker, h n s Napier bet Bay and Caroline. 
Smith, Mrs. Wm., h e s Hughson bet Hannah and Wilson. 
SJIITH, WM. A., high constable, h Pearl w s bet Little James and 

Broadway. 
SMITH, JOHN, & Co., com; merchants, shipping and insurance agents, 

office John cor King. 
Smye, Wm., collarmaker, h 54 Rebecca. 
Smyth, Robt., tinsmith, s s King William bet James and Hughson, 

h same. 
SNELGROVE, E. L., undertaker and upholsterer, e s John bet Main 

and Tyburn. 
Snelgrove, John A. E., undertaker and upholsterer, bds e s John bet 

Main and Tyburn. 
Snelson, John, machinist, h West Ave. bet King William and King. 
Snider, J., .car department, G. W. R. 

Snowden, J. S., clerk G.W.R., h e s Hess bet York and Napier. 
Snowden, Mrs. Mary, h Hess e s bet Napier and York. 
SOMERVILLE, JAMES H., dry goods and millinery, U James n, 

h e s West Avenue bet King William and Wilson. 
Somerville, Wm., book-keeper (Gas Light Company,) h w s John nr 

Stuart. 
Sorrals, Henry, laborer, h Wellington nr George. 
Sparling, Wm., compositor (R. Raw's,) bds Park. 
Spears, Thomas, carriage smith, (McCabe & Co.) 
SPECTATOR BUILDINGS, cor Main and Hughson. 
Speer, John, ship smith, h foot of Hughson. 

Speer, Saml. & John, blacksmiths and ship workers, foot of McNab. 
Spellecy, Thomas, shoemaker and broker, n s King e cor Nelson. 
Spencer, Thomas B., h Park w s cor Sheaffe. 
Spencer, Mrs. Eliza, h Hess e s bet Napier and York. 
SPENCER GEORGE B., custom house appraiser, h Robinson n s 

cor Hess. 

For Fine Gold and Silver Fnglish Hunting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 
IS Uing-St.. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. ^6? 

SPENCER, HENRY, tin, copper and sheet ircn ware, dealer in Ca- 
nadian oils&c, nr the Market bet James and Hughson, h same. 

Spencer, J., hammerman G.W.R. 

Spencer, J. W., (T. Bickle & Son.) 

Spencer, Samuel, laborer, h Bay cor Sheaffe. 

Spink, Mrs. Margaret, boarding house. Market n s bet Park and 
McNab. 

Spittal, William, baker, 5 Florence block. Bay, h same. 

Spohn, Mrs. Ann, h n s Gore nr Catherine. 

SPOHN, JACOB v., (Spohn &Bell,) bds Beattie's Hotel cor John and 
Main. 

SPOHN & BELL, (Jacob V. Spohn & Wm. Bell,) barristers &c., 
Commercial Chambers, James. 

Spratt, James, cigar maker, (I. C. Chilman.) 

Spriggs, Charles, laborer, h cor Peel and Walnut. 

SPRIGGS, GEO. B., general car agent, G.W.R., bds Royal Hotel. 

Springsteen, John, laborer, h Wellington e s bet Wilson and Gore. 

Squire, Cincinnatus, flour and feed, 4 Florence Block cor King and Bay, 
h same. 

SQUIRE, JAMES L., "Garth Cottage," Kingn s nr Garth. 

Squire, Samuel W., bds Garth Cottage, King n s nr Garth. 

STx\CY, J. B. P., upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 71 King East. 

Stacy, J. C, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, bds 71 King East. 

Stafford, Nicholas, lab., h s s Stuart bet John and Catherine. 

Stally, Martin, boat builder, foot James, h same. 

ST ANBURY, JAMES, (Stanbury & Co.,) h John nr Lind. 

ST ANBURY & CO., dry goods and millinery Bazaar, 30 King East. 

Stanley, Wm., lab., h n s Picton bet James and McNab. 

St. Andrews' Church, James w s bet Main and Maiden Lane. 

Stanford, Frederick T., h s s Kingw nr Lock. 

Stannard, -Jas. H.,car dept G.W.R.,bds ssGore bet John and Catherine 

Stanton, Thomas, painter, h w s Catherine bet Henry and Gore. 

Stapley, Edward, grocer, cor Wellington and Rebecca, h same. 

Stark, Wm. G.. (Holbrook & Stark,) h w s Hughson bet Henry and Lind. 

START, JOHN E., barrister and city recorder, office Commercial 
Chambers, h Victoria Terrace, King ens bet West and Victoria 
Avenues. 

STATION HOTEL, David Henderson, propr., Stuart opp G. W. R., 
Depot. 

ST. CHARLES' SALOON, Patrick Heffernan, prop. 90 King e, h same 

Stead, Henry A. coachman, h James w s cor Bold. 

STEAMBOAT HOTEL, C. J. Finley, propr. cor McNab and Bui - 
lington, 

Steedman, James, machinist, h Napier s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

For llanclsouie Scarf Pins and iShirt i^tucls, go to 
T. B. ^»TEWAR1>, Ciioldsmitli'.s Mall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



268 . HAMILTON CITY 

Steel, Wm. B., jr., clerk h Main bet Charles and BIcNab. 

Stinmetz, Valentine, tailor, h s s Tyburn bet Cherry and Spring, h same 

Stenhouse, Alexander, gardener, Dundurn w s cor York. 

Stenning, Henry, lab., h s s Sheaife bet Bay and Park. 

Stephens, Mrs. Eliza, grocer, h Hunters sbet James and McNab. 

Stephens, Henry, book-keeper, bds Barton cor Hughson. 

Stephens, Jefferson, porter, h 57 Hughson. 

Stephens, John, laborer, h w s John bet Wilson and Hannah. 

Stephens, Jonathan, plasterer, h n s Sheaffe bet Bay and Park. 

Stephens, Robert, pattern maker, h n s Main bet Victoria Ave and 

Wellington, 
Stephens, Samuel, h Little Gore n s bet Cathcart and Wellington. 
Stephenson, Charles, contractor and builder, h Wellington bet Peel and 

Tyburn. 
Sterling, Eli, painter, h Market n s cor Caroline. 
STERLING, DANIEL, [J. McPherson and Co.], h nsKing William 

bet Mary and Nelson. 
Sterling, George, inspector hides and leather, h s s Catharina bet John 

and Hughson. 
Sterling, R. N., clerk general agency office G.W.R., h Catharina nr John 
Sterling, Samuel N., salesman, h s s Catharina bet John and Hughson. 
Stevens, Mrs. Eliza, grocer, e s Hughson bet Wilson and Hannah. 
Stevens, Frank, brush maker, h Hannah bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Stevens, Isaac, engine driver, h Wilson nr Mary. 
Stevens, Isaac, fireman, h s s Wilson opp Elgin. 
Stevens, Jeff., carpenter, h ws McNab cor Colborne. 
Stevens, John, clerk, h John below Railroad Bridge. 
Stevens, John, h e s Hughson bet Wilson and Hannah. 
Stevens, John, h e s Wilson bet John and Hughson. 
Stevens, Robert, carpenter, h Little Main e s bet Queen and Ray. 
Stevens, Robert, packer, h Main nr Wellington. 
Stevens, Thomas, harness maker, h Queen e s cor King. 
STEVENSON, GEORGE, baker, grocer, wine and liquor dealer, 

s s Peel w bet Hughson and James, h same. 
STEVENSON, JAMES, accountant, estate and general agent, 

James nr King, h James bet Simcoe and Wilson. 
Stevenson, James, foreman locomotive department, G.W.R., h Hess 

w s cor Peter. 
Stevenson, James, lab., h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
Stevenson, John, lab., h Little Main s s bet Ray and Lock. 
Stevenson, John, photographer, James opp the Fountain, h Lind cor 

Catherine. 
Stevenson, Thos., moulder, h Main bet Wentworth and Emerald. 
Stevenson, Wm , cooper, h Catherine bet Peel and Augusta. 
Stevenson, Wm , carpenter, h n s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Goldsmith'^ 
Hall, T. B. &iT£WABl>, 12 Kiug.»t. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIEECTORY. 269 

STEWARD, THOMAS B., gold and silver smith, importer of watches, 

jewellery and fancy goods, Goldsmith's Hall, 12 King e, res Cherry 

bet Tyburn and Peel. (See bottom lines.) 
Stewart, Adam A., clerk, G.W.R., h Park w s bet Merrick and Yine. 
Stewart, Allan, bank clerk, h s s Peel cor Hughson. 
Stewart, Andrew, clerk. (Hendrie & Co.), bds Bowery bet Bold and 

Duke. 
STEWART, CHARLES, [Burrow & Stewart], h w s Catherine bet 

King William and Rebecca. 
STEWART, CHARLES E., [C. E. Stewart & Co.], h w s Bay bet 

Market and Napier. 
Stewart, Donald, blacksmith, h Hunter s s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Stewart, Duncan, salesman, bds cor Gore and Hughson. 
Stewart, Mrs. Eliza, Main w s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Stewart, Garvin, tinsmith, h Catherine bet King William and Rebecca. 
Stewart, H., fitter's assistant, G.W.R. 

STEWART, JAMES, [James Stewart & Co.], h Barton Township. 
Stewart, John, packer, (Kerr, Brown & Mackenzie), h Bowery nr 

Bold. 
Stewart, John, book-keeper, [Hendrie & Co.], bds Bowery bet Bold and 

Duke. 
STEWART, JOHN F., [James Stewart & Co.], h Park bet Merrick 

and Yine. 
Stewart, P. S., traveller, (Harvey, Stuart &Co.,)h Tyburn bet Walnut 

and Chferry. 
Stewart, Thomas, moulder, h n s Lind bet James and Hughson. 
Stewart, Thos. C, moulder, h Lind bet James and Hughson. 
Stewart, William, machinist, h Pearl w s bet Little Main and Little 

Market. 
Stewart, Wm., printer, h n s King William bet Mary and Nelson. 
STEWART, WM., (James Stewart & Co..) h s s Cannon bet James 

and McNab. 
Stewart, Wm., station engine driver G.W.R. 
Stewart, W. C, foreman, (James Stewart & Co..) h Cannon bet McNab 

and James. 
STEWART, JAMES & CO., iron founders, (James Stewart, Adam 

Cook and J. F. Stewart,) cor McNab and Yine. 
STEWART, C. E. & CO., publishers and prop. Evening Times, 

Hughson bet King and King William. (See card.) 
St. George's Benevolent Society, rooms McNab e s bet King and Main. 
Stintcel, Thos., tailor, h n s Augusta bet John and Catherine. 
Stintcel, Thomas, clerk, bds Augusta bet John and Catherine. 
Stinson, Copeland, messenger, h w s West Ave. nr Rebecca. 
Stinson, Ebenezer, h Oak Hall, West Ave bet Peel and Duke. 

For Heavy Wedding, Signet and Gem Rings, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmitli'^ Hail, 13 Kiug-St., 
Hamilton. 



270 HAMILTON CITY 

Stinson, Mrs. Elizabeth, h w s Elgin bet Heury and Little Gore. 

Stinson, Francis, porter, Wood and Leggat. 

Stinson, TIenrv A., clerk, Stinson's Saving Bank, h Queen cor York. 

STINSON, JAMES, prop. Stinson's Saving Bank, Hughson n of King. 

Stinson, Simon, salesman, bds Main bet Weutworth and Emerald. 

Stinson, Mrs. Thomas, Queen e s cor York. 

Stinson, William, laborer, h Pearl e s cor Little Market. 

STINSON'S SAVING BANK, James Stinson prop., Hushson n of 
King. 

Sterling, Lawrence A., carriage painter, h cor Market and Caroline. 

ST. JAMES' HALL, e s John bet King and King William. 

St. John, Mrs. Mary, h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, Park e s cor Colborne. 

Stock, John T., book-keeper, h cor Bowery and Robinson. * 

Stofft, John, bar-keeper, (J. W. Goering,) bds same. 

Stokes, Henry, engine driver, h Little Market bet Pearl and Lock. 

Stone, Mrs. Eliza, h Main bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Stoneham, Job, painter, bds s s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 

Stoneham, Wm., plasterer, h e s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 

Stoneman, John, h cor Tyburn and Walnut. 

STOREPt, HENRY M., chief of police G.W.R., h York n s bet Hess 
and Queen. , 

Storrer, Thomas, cabinet maker, h e s Spring bet Tyburn and Main. 

Storror, P. M., dealer in fancy goods and gentlemen's outfitting ware- 
house, King cor McNab bds McNab. 

Storror, Wm., retired, h McNab bet King and Main. 

Stovin, Mrs. Catherine, h e s Spring bet Tyburn and Main. 

St. Patrick's School, cor Peel and Liberty, Mr. Boyle, master. 

St. Patrick's Ward, engine house No. 2, Walnut bet Main and Tyburn, 

Strange, C, clerk, h Bold bet McNab and James. 

STRANGE, HENRY, M. D., King e n s cor Mary. 

Stranger, James exchange broker, h n s Murray bet Oak and McNab. 

Stranger, Joseph, exchange broker, Stuart nr Bay. 

Street, Arthur, salesman, bds e s Catherine nr Gore. 

Street, Mrs. Frances, h e s Catherine bet Rebecca and Henry. 

Street, Henry C, clerk, bds Palmcrston Terrace, Maiden Lane. 

Street, Richard B., h e s Catherine nr Gore. 

STREET, RICHARD P„ Secretary and Treasurer Canada Farmers' 
Mutual Insurance Co., ofl&ce Commercial Chambers, h Palmerston 
Terrace, Maiden Lane. 

Strickland, Wm., machinist, bds Bay bet Sheaffe and Concession. 

Strong, Wm., clerk, George Logan, 

Strongman, Wm., policeman, h s s Peel bet Walnut and Catherine. 

Stroud, Alfred, (Lawry & Stroud), h Dundas Road, Ancaster Tp. 

For Solid Silver aM«l 55est Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
^inith's Hall, T. JB. STEWAKU, 13 Kiug-ISt., Ham- 
ilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 27l 

Stuart, Ales., city collector, h. Dake n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Stuart, Andrew, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Stuart, James, traveling agent, h w s Hughson bet Mary and Lind. 

Stuart, James A., student, bdsn s Tyburn bet Cherry and Spring. 

Stuart, James M., book-keeper, li Duke bet Bay and Caroline. 

Stuart, Mrs. Jane, h n s Tyburn nr Spring. 

STUART, JOHN, [Harvey, Stuart & Co.], h John foot of Mountai n 

Stuart, John, salesman, bds n s Tyburn bet Cherry and L'pring. 

Stuart, Paul, clerk of wood and hay market, office John s, h Liberty 

bet Grove and Catharina. 
Stuart, Robert, carpenter, h "West Ave e s bet Henry and Robert. 
Stuart, Wm., city police, h cor Mary and Little Gore. 
Stuart, Wm. F., salesman; bds 9 John s. 
Stull, George, cab owner, h Park e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
Sturgeon, James, lab., h Little William w s cor Barton, 
Sturt, W. P., salesman, h Grove bet Cherry and Wellington. 
Stutton, Thos., stone cutter, h w s John cor Oak. 
Sullivan, Cornelius, cooper, h Cherry bet Peel and Catharina. 
Sullivan, Daniel, lab., h r Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Sullivan, Dennis, lab., h e s Spring bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Ellen H., h Aurora bet Maria and Catharina. 
Sullivan, James, lab., h Cherry bet O'Reilly and Peel. 
Sullivan'; Jeremiah, lab., h McNab e s nr McAulay. 
Sullivar, John, hostler, bds Mathews'. 

Sullivan, John, shoemaker, h w s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 
Sullivan, John, lab., h Cherry bet Catharina and Maria. 
Sullivan, Martin, lab,, h James bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Mary, h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah. 
Sullivan, Michael, lab., h Aurora bet George and Maria. 
Sullivar, Michael, lab., h s s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Sullivan, Patrick, lab., h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Sullivan, Patrick, lab., h Market n s bet Bay and Caroline. 
Sullivan, Patrick, lab., h s s Peel opp Spring. 
Sullivan, Peter, lab., h n s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Sullivan, Thomas, lab., h s s Catharina bet Liberty and Cherry. 
Sullivan, Thomas, lab., h Wellington bet Maria and Catharina. 
Sullivan, Thomas, hostler, British Hotel cor John and Main. 
Sullivan, Timothy, lab., h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Sullivan, Wm., fireman, (W. H. Judd & Bro.) 
Sullivan, AVm., lab., h Cherry bet Maria and Hannah. 
Summer, Robert, lab., h Bold n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Summers, Stephen, boot and shoemaker, h n s Main opp Spring. 
SUMMERS, WILLIAM W., builder, Mainn s bet Bond and Bowery 

h same. 

For low priced and good American, Clocks, go to 
T. tS. ?*TEWAKI>, Cioldsniitlt's JIall, 13 Kiiig-St., 
Hamilton. 



272 HAMILTON CITY 

Sunley, "Wesley T., book-keeper, (T. W. Daville,) bds 70 King w. 
SUNLEY, WILLIAM T., clerk of police court, off City Hall, h York 

n s nr Inchbury. 
Suter, Frederick D., clerk, sheriff's office, h Maiden Lane bet Bond and 

Bowery. 
SUTHERLAND, ANGUS, wholesale and retail grocer, wine and 

spirit merchant, 50 King w, h Market n s bet Park and Bay.— 

(see card.) 
Sutherland, Mrs. Capt., h ws Ilughson bet Henry and Lind. 
Sutherland, Charles, porter, h Mulberry bet Park and Bay. 
Sutherland, Charles A., draughtsman, G. W. R., bds King n s bet 

Caroline and Hess. 
Sutherland, Donald, clerk, bds Market n s bet Park and Bay. 
SUTHERLAND, JAMES, gazetteer and directory publisher and 

compiler, off 3 King w. (see adv't.) 
Sutherland, J. M.. salesman, bds Royal Hotel. 
Sutherland. Wm., carpenter, h Stuart bet McNab and James. 
Sutter, David, carpenter,. 

SUTTERBY, JOHN, prop Farmers' Hotel, McNab, Market Square. 
Sutton, Mrs. Catherine, h Little Wellington w s bet Broadway and 

James. 
Sutton, Charles, fitter G.W.R. 

Sutton, James, carpenter, h w s John bet Augusta and Peel. 
Sutton, Mrs. Margaret, h Hess e s bet Market and Napier. 
Sutton, Philip, laborer, h York n s bet Hess and Queen. 
Swallow, John, stone mason, h n s Vine bet Park and McNab. 
Swan, Wm. G., law student, (J. Barry,) bds John cor Peel. 
Sweeney, Edward, moulder, h w s Concession. 
Sweeney, John, tinsmith G.W.R. 

Sweeney, Patrick, laborer, h Convent House, King n s cor Ray. 
Sweeney, Mrs. Susan, h w s Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Sweetman, Austin, turner, King e bet Wellington and Walnut, h same. 
Sweetman, Edward, h 28 Vine bet Park and Bay. 
Sweetman, H., turner, bds e s Bay bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 
Swinton, William, carpenter, h Ray e s bet Little Main and Little 

Market. 
SWINYARD, THOMAS, general manager G.W,R., res Central House, 

s s Hunter bet Bond and Charles. 
Sylvester, Thomas, coppersmith, h ws Cherry bet Peel and O'Reilly. 
Syme, Henry, laborer, h Victoria nr Barton. 

Symmers, James, salesman, (Wood and Leggat,) bds Bay nr Market. 
Symons, Samuel, carpenter, h Napier n s bet Bay and Caroline. 

For Haiiclsonie Frencli aud Fuglisli Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD. CJoldsmitU's JHall, 12 Miiig-St. 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 273 



Tahan, Dennis, laborer, h cor 0'R.eilly and Cherry. 

Tait, Leonard, blacksmith, h Margaret w s bet King and Main. 

Tait, Mrs., h Peel n s opp Liberty. 

Tait, Kobt., carpenter, h e s Cathcart bet Wilson and Little Gore. 

Talbot, Miss Sarah, dressmaker, h Charles e s bet Maiden Lane and 

Hunter. 
Tallent, Presgrave, peddler, h Wentworth e s bet Barton and Gr.W.R. 
Tallman, E. H., wagon maker, Bay e s bet Cannon and Mulberry, h 

Mulberry bet Bay and Park. 
Tallman, Wm. H., house mover, h e s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Tandy, Thomas, clerk G.W.E.. , bds King n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
TAKBOX, JOHN N., (R. M. Wanzer & Co.,) h s e cor John and 

Gore. 
Tasker, Andrew, clerk G.W.R., h Little Market n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
TATE, FRANCIS J., accountant, Bank of Montreal, bds Dr. Reid's 

n w cor Rebecca and Hughson. 
Taverner, J, W., professor of elocution, h John s of Barton. 
Taverner, Joseph, piano maker, h John s of Barton. 
Taylor, Charles, carpenter, bds McNab w s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Taylor, Chas., cabinet maker, h James e s bet King William and Rebecca 
Taylor, Chas. F., clerk, bds Elgin bet Lind and Barton. 
Taylor, George, h James w s bet Bold and Duke. 
Taylor, Henry, porter, h Peel bet Catherine and Walnut. 
TAYLOR, HOWARD, book-keeper Ontario Packing House, Went- 

worthnof G.W.R. 
Taylor, Isaac, h e s Wellington bet King and East Market. 
Taylor, James, bricklayer, h Colborne s s bet Park and McNab. 
Taylor, .John, teamster, Guelph Mills, h 9 York n s. 
Taylor, John, contractor, h Bowery w s cor Union, 
Taylor, John, wagon maker, bds John s cor Augusta. 
Taylor, John, moulder, h w s McNab opp Concession. 
TAYLOR, JOHN D., prop. Taylor's restaurant and billiard hall, 

James nr Rebecca, h same. 
Taylor, John E., variety store, 61 King w, h same. 
Taylor, Joseph, watchmaker and jeweller, 52 James n, h same. 
TAYLOR, JOSEPH, secretary to Gen. Manager G.W.R., bds Maple 

Terrace, Barton bet James and Hughscn. 
Taylor, Josiah, marble polisher, h s s Main opp Margaret. 
Taylor, Mrs. Catherine, h Cherry bet Main and Tyburn. 
Taylor, Peter, boiler maker's assistant, G.W.R. 
Taylor, Samuel, billiard marker, Tecumseh House. 
Taylor. Thomas, carpenter, h William s s bet Ray and Pearl. 

For ^est Table Cutlery, go to T. B. STEWAKI> 
Goldsmith's Hall, 13, HiDg-i§t. Uamilton. 

35 



274 HAMILTON CITY 

Taylor, V. H., clerk, bds John bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Taylor, Wm., variety store, 63 King w. 

Taylor, Wm. H., cook, h n s Catherine bet Lind and Henry. 

Taylor, Wm. J., railroad inspector, h s s Mulberry bet McNab and Park. 

Taylor, Wm. J., general travelling agent, Howe's Sewing Machines, 2 

Royal Hotel, bds Armstrong's Hotel. 
Taylor, Wm. T., book-keeper, Gr.W.R., h w s Elgin bet Barton and 

Robert. 
TECUMSEH HOUSE, Joseph Huggard, prop., James bet York and 

Merrick. (See advt.) 
Teefe, Joseph, moulder, h n s Lind bet Catherine and Mary. 
Teefe, Mrs. Madeline, h s s Augusta bet John and Hughson. 
Temperance Hall, n e cor McNab and K.ing. 
TEMPLE JOHN, (John Temple & Co.), h e s Catherine bet Rebecca 

an<l King William. 
Temple, Peter, ensine driver, h n s Stuart bet Hughson and John. 
TEMPLE, JOHN & CO., (John Temple and E. S. Whipple), livery 

stables, e s Catherine bet Rebecca and King William. (See advt.) 
Templeman, Peter, porter, G. W.R., h e s John bet Henry and Liod. 
Templeton, Andrew, fireman, h Locomotive e s bet York and Concession 
Ten^pleton, James, lab., bds cor Main and Catherine. 
TERRILL, JOSEPH J. G., teacher Deaf and Dumb Institute, Dun- 

dum'Castle, h Wellington. 
Terry, George, lab., h w s Hughson bet Stuart and Murray. 
TERWILLIGER, G. R., chemist and druggist, 48 King w, h same. 
Tetto, John, lab., h Dundurn e s cor King. 
Thatcher, Ezekiel, carriage maker, h cor Canada and Pearl. 
THOMAS, CHARLES L., prop. Western Piano Forte Factory, 76 

and 78 King w, h King opp Exhibition Grounds. (See advt.) 
THOMAS, E. CARTWRIGHT, Sheriff, office Court House, h Con- 
cession Road cor Bowery. 
Thomas, James, prop, refreshment saloon, 38 James. 
Thomas, John, boiler maker, h e s James bet Union and Wilson. 
THOMAS, JOHN & CO., (David McKillop, prop.), Hamilton Iron 

Works), n s Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 
Thompson, Benj., lab., h Bay bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 
Thompson, George S., lab., h Barton s s bet West and Victoria Avenues 
Thompson, Gregor, shoemaker, 82 King e, h e s Walnut bet Peel and 

O'Reilly. 
Thompson, Isaac, laborer, h Mary bet Wilson and Oak. 
Thompson, James, laborer, h s s McAuley bet John and Hughson. 
Thompson, James R., wood-carver, h Maiden Lane s s cor Queen. 
Thompson, Mrs. Rebecca Jane, h Bay w s, cor Queen. 
Thompson, Mrs. Ann, h King e bet Wellington and Walnut. 

For low priced and good American, docks, go to 
T. U. STSWAliD, Ooidsmith's Hall. 13 King-iit., 
Hamilton. 



I 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 275 

Thompson, Mrs. Harriet, (wid.) h John s cor Main (up stairs). 

Thompson, Miss Margaret, dressmaker, h Park bet King and Market. 

Thompson, Miss, dressmaker, h r Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Thompson, Mrs., h 72 Hughson bet Lind and Barton. 

Thompson, Matthew, carpenter, h e s Hughson bet Stuart and Oak. 

Thompson, Wm., blacksmith, h Mary n G. W. K. 

Thompson, Wm. A., clerk, Bank of Montreal, bds Mrs. Marshalls, John 

Thomson, Alexander, machinist. Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Thomson, Alexander, blacksmith, h Market s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Thomson, Charles, pattern maker, h Pearl w s bet Little Market and 

York. 
THOMSON, CHARLES, (McCabe & Co.) h cor Hess and York. 
Thomson, James, shoemaker, h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 
THOMSON, JAMES R., (Thomson & Kilvert), h Hess bet King 

and Main. 
Thomson, John, groceries and provisions, cor Bay and Cannon, h same. 
Thomson, Joseph, ropemaker, h Barton n s bet Wentworth and 

William. 
Thomson, Mrs. Mary, h n s Peel bet Spring and Wellington. 
Thomson, Peter, laborer, rolling mill, h Wentworth n G. W. E. 
THOMSON, THOS., (Thos. Thomson & Co.) h Barton cor Hughson. 
Thomson, William M,, h Park e s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Thomson, Wm., carpenter, G. W. R. 
Thomson, Wm., machinist, G. W. R. 
THOMSON & KILVERT, (James R. Thomson & Francis E. 

Kilvert), barristers, &c., Hughson bet Main and King. 
THOMSON, THOMAS & CO., (Thos. Thomson & Co..) dry goods 

and millinery, 32 King e. 
Thorburn, James, flour and feed dealer, ws John bet Peel and Tyburn, 

bds Beatty's Hotel. 
Thorby, John, peddler, h Ray e s cor Broadway. 
Thorne, Wm., crockery, 30 York, h Main bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Thome, John S., foreman Montreal shoe store, h Caroline cor Main. 
Thorner, Mrs. Eliza, h e s Catherine bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Tbornley, W. H., h e s Catherine bet Rebecca and Henry. 
Thornton, A. S., book-keeper, T. Bickle & Son, bds 48 Hughson, 
THORNTON, JAMES, (Thornton, & Green,) h cor Stephen and 

East Market. 
THORNTON & GREEN, Hamilton Organ and Melodeon Com- 
pany, 3 Florence Block cor King and Bay. 
Thurston, Wm., bar-tender, h Oak bet Hughson and John. 
Tiffany, Edward H., attorney-at-law, solicitor, &c., Hughson bet Main 

and King, h Main bet Caroline and Hess. 
Tiffin, Frederick, clerk, supts. off, G. W. R., bds Stuart nr John. 

For Handsome Frencli and £ngli$$h Clocks, go to 
T. B. STFUARD, GoldsmU1i'ji« Hall, 13 King-St.^ 
Hamilton. 



276 HAMILTON CITY 

Tiffin, Samuel, porter, G.W.R., h s s Stuart bet John and Hughson. 

Tiffin, Wm., clerk, G.W.R., h Park cor Mulberry. 

Tilden, John, book-keeper, (E. & C. Guraey), bds cor Rebecca 

and Jolin. 
Tindill, Thomas, carp., h e s John bet Lind and Barton. 
Tindill, Thos., jr., moulder, h John bet Lind and Barton. 
TINDILL, WM., propr. Barton House, cor Wentworth and King e. 
Tiney, Mrs. Mary, h cor O'Reilly and Walnut. 
Tinlin, Andrew, mason, h Stuart bet James and Hughson. 
Tinlin, George, driver, I. C. Chilman, bds American Hotel. 
Tinney, James, broom-maker, h King n s bet Hess and Queen. 
Tinsley, E., foreman, G.W.R., h Bay bet Colborne and Concession. 
Todd, Israel, whitewasher,h n s King William bet Nelson and Wellington 
Tomney, Wm., lab , h s s Mulberry bet Bay and Park. 
Tompkins, George, plumber and dealer in coal oil, lamps, &c., w s James 

nr Murray, h same. 
Toms, Henry P., carver and gilder, h s s King w, bet Bowery and 

Caroline. 
Toner, John, teamster, h Duke bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Toohey, John, moulder, bds Lind cor John. 
Toole, Stephen, laborer, h e s McNab bet Wilson and Picton. 
Toronto City Steam Mills and Distillery Depot, W^m. Land, agent, 

McNab nr King. 
Torrance, Thos., saddler and harness maker, &c., cor John and Tyburn, 

h same. 
Towers, George, mariner, h e s Hugson, bet Stuart and Stinson. 
Towler, David, laborer, Hannah cor Walnut. 
Towler, Wm., broom-maker, h cor Hannah and Walnut 
TOWNSEND, JOHN, manager Townsend's dramatic troupe, res 

Mountain nr eastern limits. 
TOW^NSEND, SAMUEL W., brewer, h e s Bay bet Cannon and 

3Iulberry. 
Trail, David, salesman, Jas. Osborne, bds Hunter bet Bowery and 

Caroline. 
Trail, James, commercial traveller, h William bet Queen and Ray. 
Trail, Wm., clerk, h William bet Queen and Ray. 
Trandell, Thomas, laborer, h King east n s, bet Stephen and Ashley. 
Trascar, Donald, tailor. Little Peel w s, h same. 
Trautman, Joseph, tailor, bdj 104 King w. 
TRAVELERS' INSURANCE CO. (Hartford, Conn.) Life and 

accident. A. McKeand, agent, 2 King w (see adv't). 
Travers, Dennis, grocer, John bet Augusta and Catharina, h same. 
Tremletr, Henry, shoemaker, bds 20 King w. 
Tremlett, Wm., boots and shoes, 20 King w, h same. 
Trendell, Wm., laborer, h King e, nr Wentworth. 

For Fine Silver and Electro-Plate, go to Goldsmith's 
Hall, T. B. !^T£WAB]>, 13 King-St. Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIBECTORT. 277 

Tribute, Thomas, switchman, h Locomotive nr York. 

Triddey, J., fitter's ass't, G. W. R. 

Tristram, George, clerk, h Pearl w s bet Broadway and Little Main. 

Tristrrm, George A., blacksmith, h Little James n s bet Queen and 
Ray. 

Troup, John, carter, h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 

Truax, Abraham, h Hess w s bet King and Market. 

Truman, Joseph H., herb medicines. King east, n s bet Mary and Nel- 
son, h same. 

Truman, Samuel, h n s Liudbet John and Catherine, 

Truman, Samuel, carpenter, h e s John bet Henry and Lind. 

TRUMAN, WM., grocer, wine and liquor dealer, McNab, Market 
Square — h McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry, (see adv't.) 

Trumbull, Alex., baker, n s Peel bet Catherine and "Walnut, h same. 

Trumbull, George, salesman, h McNab e s bet King and Main. 

Trumpelier, David W., grocer, cor Wellington and Henry, h same. 

Truscott, James, watchman, G.W.R., h w s Cathcart nr Little Gore. 

Truscott, John, carpenter, h cor West Ave and Henry. 

Truscott, Mrs. Jane, h w s West Ave cor Henry. 

Tuckett, Elias, tallow chandler, h Miles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Tuckett, Geo. E., [Tuckett & Billings], h Maple Terrace, Bay bet Mar- 
ket and Napier. 

TUCKETT & BILLINGS, [George E. Tuckett and John Billings], 
tobacco manufacturers^ lUO and 102 King w. 

Turnbull, Adam, driver, h 66 Rebecca. 

TURNBULL, WM., (Turnbull & Co., and R. Campbell & Co.), h cor 
Wilson and Elgin. 

TURNBULL & CO., (Wm. Turnbull), iron founders, e s Mary bet 
Wilson and Henry. (See advt.) 

TURNER, ALEX., (James Turner & Co.), hs s Bold bet James and 
McNab. 

Turner, Alfred, grocer, w s James cor Simcoe, h same. 

Turner, Charles, painter, h n s King William nr John. 

Turner, Charles F., clerk, h w s Mary bet Henry and Lind, 

Turner, George, tailor, h e s Cathcart bet Henry and Little Gore, 

TURNER, JAMEc, (James Turner & Co,), h East Ave bet King and 
Russell. 

TURNER, JAMES & CO., (James Turner, Alex. Turner and W. H. 
Gillard). wholesale dealers in groceries, wines and liquors, Hugh- 
son bet Main and King. 

Tyson, Wm., bricklayer, h Little Wellington e s bet Broadway and James 

For Fine Gold and JSilrer Fnglish Hanting-Cased 
Watches, go to T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 
13 Kiug-.St.. Hamilton. 



278 HAMILTON CITY 

U 

Ullmer, Henry, lab., h Margaret w s bet King and Main. 
Underbill, Davie, conductor, G.W.R., h n s Stuart cor Hugbson, 
Underbill, Ira, teamster, h Main n s bet Poulette and Garth. 
Unsworth, Albert, macbine operator, h King e bet Wellington and 

West Avenue. 
Upson, Orrin, wbip maker, h Rebecca bet Mary and Melson. 
Urlin, Adolpbus, office Wentworth Chambers, h James bet Peel and 

Augusta. 
Urquhart, James, clerk, freight dapartment, G.W.R. 
Urry, Henry, hair dresser Anglo American Hotel, h e s Catherine bet 

Rebecca and Henry. 
Usher, Hugh, helper, h York nr Ray. 



Vail, Albert S., foreman Sanford, Mclnnes & Go., h Hughson bet Re- 
becca and Gore. 

Valentine, Chas., lab., h v^s Hugbson bet Wilson and Picton. 

Vallance, George, book-keeper, (Wood & Leggat), bds 74 Rebecca. 

Vallance, James, carpenter, h s s Hannah bet James and McNab. 

Vallance, Wm. , salesman, (Wood & Leggat), h 74 Rebecca. 

Vannacci, Ginese, peddler, h e s James nr Stuart, 

Vannorman, A. E., salesman, h Wentworth s of King. 

Vannuci, James, produce dealer, h e s James cor Berton. 

Vanwagner, John, buyer, Charles F. Abraham. 

Varey, Josiah, mason, bds Market n s bet Park and McNab. 

Vassie, Wm., machinist, h Little William w s bet Barton Bnd South. 

Veint, Wm., carpenter, h Canada s s bet Pearl and Lock. 

Venator, Wm. A., wood turner, h William s s bet Queen and Ray. 

VERNON, ELIAS, M.D., h James w s cor Bold. 

Verral, Wm., lab., h s s Stuart bet John and Catherine. 

VICTORIA HOUSE, King cor Catherine. 

VICTORIA MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CANADA, W. D. Booker, Sec. and Treas., office cor James and 
Main. (See advt.) 

Vila, Ann, grocer, Bay w s bet Wilson and Picton. 

Villiers, Henry V., Brigade Major, office Wentworth Chambers, h 
Maiden Lane, 

Vint, Richard, book-keeper, h Hughson bet Maria and Hannah, 

Vogan, James, baker, h s s Cannon bet McNab and James. 

Vogt, John, tailor and clothier, e s John bet Main and Tyburn. 

VOLUNTEER'S HOTEL, James Macabe, prop., King bet Bay and 
Caroline. 

For Heavy IVcddiiig, !^ignet and Gem Rings, go to 
T. B. i[iT£WAliD, CiloidsmUh'jS Hall, 13 King-St„ 
Hamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 279 

W 

WADDELL, R. R., (Waddell & Lemon,) barrister and Warden County 

of Wentworth, h T'p Barton. 
WADDELL, WiM. W,, grain merchant, 2 John s, h cor John and 

Catharina. 
WADDELL & LEMON, (R. R. Waddell & Chas. Lemon,) barristers, 

attorneys, solicitors, &c., 2 John s. 
Wade, James, carp., h Lock w s cor Little Market. 
Wade, Robert, lab., h Margaret e s bet King and Main. 
Wade, Robert, confectioner, h Rebecca n s bet Mary and Wilson. 
Wade, Robert, lab., h n s Rebecca bet Cathcart and Wellington. 
Wadge, Richard, carp., h Caroline w s bet Napier and York. 
Wjigner, Frank, blacksmith, h Main s s bet Hess and Queen. 
Wagstaff, George, pamter, h n s Stuart bet Hughson and John. 
Wagstaff, Mrs. Sarah, n n s Stuart bet Hughson and John. 
Wagstaff, Walter, tinsmith, h n s King William cor Nelson. 
Wakefield, John, butcher, stall No. 3 City Market, h T'p Barton. 
WAKEHAM, THOMAS H., butcher, stall 43, h Barton T'p. 
Walder, Mrs. Sophia, h s s King w, nr Garth 
Waldhoff, Wm., hay, straw and wood yard, cor Rebecca and Hughson 

h same. 
Waldren, Thomas, plasterer, h n s Mary bet Lind and Barton. 
Walford, John, porter, h n s Vine bet McNab and Park. 
Walker, Alfred E., book-keeper, h Cannon n s bet Park and Bay. 
Walker, Byron E., clerk, Bank of Commerce, h Cannon n s bet Park 

and Bay. 
Walker, Charles, moulder, h s s Market bet Bay and Park. 
Walker, Charles L., confectioner, 18 Johns, h Nelson bet King^William 

and King. 
Walker, David, harness maker, h Locomotive. 
Walker, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Main w, s s bet Ray and Pearl. 
Walker, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Main s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Walker, Fred. W., law student, h e King. 

Walker, George, grocer, e s Bay bet Cannon and Mulberry, h same. 
Walker, Henry, carriage maker, h James, cor. Augusta. 
WALKER, JAMES, wholesale importer of wools and fancy goods, 33 

King e, h Main nr Queen. 
WALKER, JAMES, soap and candle manufacturer cor Main and 

Bowery, h same. 
Walker, John, laborer, h Little Market s s cor Ray. 
Walker, John, laborer, h Little William bet Barton and South. 
Walker, John N., book-keeper, Copp Bros, h n s Peel bet Cherry and 

Spring. 

For Haodsome !toarf Plug and Shirt Studs, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Ooldsmith's Hall, 12 King-St., 
Hamilton. 



280 HAMILTON CITY 

Walker, John, laborer, Gr. W. R. 

Walker, Mrs. Martha, h Vine, s s bet Park and Bay. 

Walker, Miles, grocer, cor James and Augusta, h same. 

Walker, Robert, grocer, York s s bet. Queen and Ray, h same. 

Walker, Robert, carriage maker, h Walnut bet Queen and Main. 

Walker, Sydney F., clerk, h Cannon e s bet Park and Bay. 

Walker, Thomas, D., lumber inspector, G W R h Vine s s bet Park and 
Bay. 

WALKER, WILLIAM, groceries, wines and liquors, Merrick n s cor 
Park, h same. 

Walker, Wm., ostler, Cook's hotel. 

Walker, Wm., carpenter, h e s James nr Barton. 

Walker, Wm,, cabinet maker, h w s West ave nr Rebecca. 

Walkinshaw, Anderson, clerk, bds Bay bet Vine and Cannon. 

Wall, Mrs. Ann, h e s Catherine bet Stinson and Oak. 

Wall, James, (Wall & McCarthy) h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 

Wall & McCarthy, (James Wall and Eugene McCarthy,) blacksmiths, 
w s John cor Maiden Lane. 

Wallace, James, moulder, h s s Henry bet John and Catherine. 

Wallace, James, clerk, h w s Ferguson ave nr little Gore, 

Wallace, John, salesman, bds Crown Inn, York nr McNab. 

Wallace, John, book-keeper, James Reid, hue cor Kingj and Ray. 

WALLACE, WILLIA.M, traffic superintendent, G W R h Mark- 
land bet Bowery and Bond. 

Wallington, Thomas, packer, h w s William bet Barton and South. 

Wallis, John, clerk, h King w, n s cor Ray. 

Walsh, James, shoemaker, h 60 King w. 

WALSH, MRS. JAMES, dealer in fruit and confectionery 60 King w 

Walsh, Thomas, turner, h James w s nr Barton. 

Walsh, Thomas, engineer, h e s John bet Union and Wilson. 

Walter, Christopher, laborer, h Main s s, opp Margaret. 

Walters, David S., saw maker, York n s bet Bay and Caroline, h same, 

Walton, Joseph, salesman, A. Murray & Co., h Nelson bet Rebecca and 
Little Market. 

WANZER, RICHARD M., (R. M. Wanzer & Co.,) res England. 

WANZER, R. M. & CO., (R. M. Wanzer and John N. Tarbox) sew- 
ing machine manufacturers, James cor Vine, (see illustration.) 

Ward, Mrs, Ann, h James, bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Ward, John, clerk, mechanical office, G. W. R., h King William. 

Ward, John, engineer, h n s King William bet Mary and Nelson. 

Ward, John, laborer, h Railway, e s bet York and Concession. 

Ward, John A., accountant, mechanical department G. W. R., h King 
n s bet Lock and Pearl. 

Ward, Patrick, coachman, h Hannah bet Catherine and Walnut. 

For Solid SilTcr and Best Electro-Plate, go to Gold- 
smith's Hall, T. JB. SX£¥VAKJL>, 12 Kiiig-St., llaiii- 
ilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 281 

Ward, William, salesman, h "Wept Avenue e b nr King William. 
Ward, William, butcher, stall 33 City Market, h Market Square. 
WARE, ELIJAH W., (Gurney, Ware & Co.), h e s Bay bet Murray 

and Concession. 
Wark, David, policeman, h n s Little Gore nr Cathcart. 
Wark, John, porter, bds cor Wilson and Ashley. 
Warner, Samuel C, clerk, bds John bet Rebecca and King William. 
Warney, Constantine, cooper, h Barton n s bet Emerald and Little 

William. 
Warney, George, lab., h cor William and South. 
Warney, Jacob, cooper, h cor William and South. 
Warnock, Mrs. John, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Warnock, Wm. , travelling agent, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and 

Walnut. 
Warren, Chas., fishmonger, h E Market s s bet Ashley and Wentworth. 
Warren, Edward, shoemaker, h n s Catharina bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Warren, Patrick, lab., h Mary nr Oak. 
WARREN, PETER, (D. Moore & Co.), h w s Catherine bet Lind 

and Henry. 
Warren, W., carter, G.W.R. 

Warry, Miss E. R., Berlin wools and fancy goods, 16 King w. h same. 
Washington, George P., saw filer, h e s John nr Augusta. 
Waterworth, John, carp., h Little Market s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Watkins, Fred. W., h York s s bet Park and Bay. 
Watkins, Fred. W., Jr., clerk, bds York s s bet Park and Bay. 
Watkins, John H., manager, 10 James n, bds s s York bet Park and Bay. 
WATKLXS, THOMAS C, dry goods and exchange dealer, 10 James 

n, h King e bet Victoria Ave and Emerald. 
Watsburg, Mrs. Frances, h s s Mulberry bet James and McNab. 
Watson, Andrew, baker, has Maria nr Cherry. 

Watson, Mrs. Ann, boarding house. Park e s bet Colbome and Conces- 
sion. 
Watson, David, moulder, h s s Cannon bet James and McNab. 
Watson, Edward, (Watson & Son,) h cor Mary and King William. 
Watson, George, carp., h Ray w s cor Broadway. 
Watson, George, shoemaker, h s s Catharina bet John and Hugbson. 
Watson, Henry M., discount clerk, Gore Bank, bds No. 4 Sandyford 

Place, Duke. 
Watson, James, waiter, h w s James bet Murray and Stuart. 
Watson, James, lab., h Broadway s s bet Queen and Ray. 
WATSON, JAMES, president Hamilton Powder Co., and Ancaster 

Knitting Co., off 2 King w, h 1 Sandyford Place, Duke. 
WATSON, JAMES T., teacher deaf and dumb institute, Dundurn 

Castle, h same. 

For Mandsoine French and Fnglisb Clocks, go to 
T. B. STEWARD, Goldsmith's Hall, 13 King-St., 
Hamilton. 

36 



282 HAMILTON CITY 

WATSON, JOHN, fJohn Watson & Sons,) horse and cattle doctors, 

h w i= Mary cor King; William. 
Watson, John, jr., (John Watson & Sons,) h cor Mary and King William. 
WATSON, CAFT. JOHN H., ticket agt., G. W. R., h n s Barton bet 

James and Hughson. 
Watson, Wm.jCarp., L Bay bet Concession and Murray, 
WATSON, JOHN & SONS, (John, John, Jr., & Edward Watson,) 

horpe and cattle doctors, cor Mary and King William, h same. 
Wiitt, John, tailor, h West Ave. e s, cor Henry. 
Watt, John, foreman, 40 I^ing e, h West Ave cor Henry. 
Watts, C. G., book-keeper, bds King w bet Queen and Bay. 
Watts, Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer, cor Barton and Hughson. 
Waush, John, carpenter, and builder, h Bay e s bet Vine and Cannon. 
WAUGII, THOMAS J., telegraph sup't., G.W. R., res Wellington 

Square.. 
WAY, JAMES, house, sign and ornamental painter, cor Mary and 

King William, h Mary. 
Way, J., blacksmith, G. W. R. 

Weathcrston, Henry, baker, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
Weatherston, John, track supt, G.W.R., h Vic Ave cor Stuart. 
Weaver, Charles, bb., h Margaret e s bet King and Main. 
Weaver, F., cleaner, G.W.R. 

Weaver, George, tailor, w s John bet Augusta and Peel, h sirae. 
Wcver, Jncob, basket maker, h n s Lind bet Hughson and John. 
Weaver, John, lab , h Main n s bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Weaver, John, lab., h Broadway s sbet Pearl and Lock. 
Webb, George, shoe maker, h Hess e s bet King and Union. 
Webb, Wm., lab., h s s Stuart bet Hughson and John. 
AVebber, E., builder, h Maria nr John. 
Webber, Henry, salesman, bds John cor Maria. 
Webber, John, builder, h cor John and Maria. 
Webber, John M., carriage maker, h Charles e s cor Hunter. 
Webber, Wm., builder, h Maria cor John. 
Webster, Mrs. Elspeth, hs s Union bet John and Hughson. 
Webster, E., fitters assistant, G.W.R. 
Webster, George, tailor, h Union. 
Webster, George, machinist, res Barton. 
Webster, James, clerk, h n s Murray bet Park and McNab. 
Webster, James, chief clerk traffic supt's office, G.W.R., h Murray bet 

Park and McNab. 
Webster, James, builder and contractor, h n s Union bet Hughson and 

John. 
Webster, Robert F., machinist, h Market n s bet Caroline and Hess. 
Webster, Robert, cabinet maker, G.W.R. 

For Heavy Wedding;, Signet and Oem Rings, go to 
T. K. STEWARD, Cioldsmith's Mail, 1:3 Kiug-St., 
Kamilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 283 

Webster, W. G-., parcel clerk G.W.R. Station, h Murray n s "bet Park 

and McNab. 
"Weir, Oswald, clerk, Bank British North America, res Dundas. 
Welch, Henry, lab., h East Market s s bet Ashley and Weatworth. 
Welch, James, lab., h e s James bet Oak and Union. 
Welcher, Harvey, carpenter, h Little Market s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Welcher, Harvey B., lab., h Little Market s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Welsh, Mrs. Ann, h cor Hughsoa and Burlington. 
Welsh, Mrs. Mary, hs s O'Reilly bet Walnut and Cherry. 
Welsh, Mrs. Mary, h w s James bet Colborne nnd Concession. 
Welsh, James, brush maker, bds King e bet Nelson and Walnut, 
Welsh, John, lab., h n 3 Strachan bet James and McNab. 
Welsh, Thomas, engineer, he s James bet Union and Wilson. 
Welsh, Thomas, machinist, bds w s James bet Colborne and Concession. 
WEMYSS, ROBERT, (Adam Hope & Co.), res Scotland. 
Wentworth Hotel, Richard Creech, prop., Hughson s of Main. 
WESLEYAN CHAPEL, cor Rebecca and John. 
WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE, Dr. S. D. Rice, Governor and 

Principal, 59 King e. 
West, Joseph, lab., h n s Bold bet Caroline and Hess. 
West, Mrs. Rebecca Jane, h Pearl w s bet Little Market and York. 
West, Richard, baker, bds James nr Barton. 
West, V^ m., police constable, h s s Tyburn bet Cherry and Sprine. 
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., of Toronto, (xMarine), office n s 

IMerrick, next Royal Hotel. 
Western House, John McKee, prop., 48 John nr Tyburn. 
WESTERN PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY, F. A. Ball, 

Sec. and Treas., King w. 
Weston, Mrs. Catherine, h West Ave e s nr King William. 
Weston, John, shoemaker, York s s bet Bay and Carolioe, h Caroline 

e s bet York and Miles. 
WETENHx\LL, HENRY, barrister, attorney-at-law and solicitor in 

chancery, conveyancer, &c., Hughson bet Main and King, bds 

Royal Hotel. 
Wetherall, Joseph L., chief landing waiter, Custom House, h Hughson 

bet Wood and Base. 
Whealer, Mrs. M. M., milliner and dressmaker, 69 King w. 
Wheeler, Silas, clerk, bds 69 King w. 
Wheeler, Wm. L., accountant, James D. Pringle, h 45 Hughsoa nr 

Henry. 
Whelao, Michael, lab., h Cherry cor Hannah. 
WHIPPLE, ELIJAH S., (J. Temple & Co.), agent anl collect )r, h 

Catherine nr Rebecca. 
White, Mrs. A., h s s Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 

For Fine Ool<l and Silver Fnglish H.uutiiii;-c;a<>e<l 
M atches, go to T. B. ST£WA.1CD, Goldsmitli'si Mall, 
12 King-Sit., Hamilton. 



284 HAMILTON CITY 

White, Alex., salesman, h cor Peel and Catherine. 

White, Mrs. A., boarding house, cor Peel and Catherine. 

White, Ddvid, cabinet maker, h w s Wellington bet Little Gore and 

Henry. 
White, David C, turner, bcls w s Wellington bet Gore and Henry. 
White, Fred. R., bds King bet Mary and Nelson. 
White, Geo., carp., h Grove bet Liberty and Wellington. 
White, Hiram, lab., h Kini; e, n s bet Stephen and Ashley. 
WHITE HORSE INN, Peter Shannon propr., McNab bet York and 

Merrick. 
White, James, carp., h e s Mary bet Rebecca and Wilson. 
White, James, baker, h Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 
White, John, law student, h Hess cor Napier. 
White, John, lab. , h William n s. 
White, Jonas, h n s King e, bet Mary and Nelson. 
White, Mrs. Mary, h s s King w, bet Dunbarton and Margaret. 
White, Michael, tailor, h Caroline w s cor Market. 
WHITE, RICHARD, (T. & R. White,) h James opp Augusta. 
White, Robert, lab., h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
AVhite, Thomas^ collector of inland revenue, h Hess e s bet Napier and 

York- 
WHITE, THOMAS, (T. & R. White,) h Palmerston Terrace, 3Iaiden 

Lane. 
WHITE, THOMAS, M.D., (Billings & White,) h s s Henry nr James. 
^v'HITE, THOMAS W., manufacturer of melodeons, cabinet organs, 

and dealer in all kinds of music, 38 King w, h King w. (see adv't.) 
White, Wm., blacksmith, h Wellington w s bet Henry and Wilson. 
WHITE, W. C, builder, carpenter, joiner, &c., McNab bet Cannon 

and Mulberry, h same. 
WHITE, T. & R, (Thomas & Richard White,) publishers daily and 

weekly Spectator and Masonic Craftsman, Spectator Buildings 

cor Main and Hughson. (see adv't.) 
Whiting, Henry, steward, h James bet Barton and Stinson. 
Whiting, Henry, propr. Marble Hall Dining Room, James opp Mechanics 

Hall. 
Whiting, Mrs. John, has Lind bet John and Catherine. 
Whitney, Thomas, hack owner, h McNab bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 
Whittaker, Mrs. Mary, h Ray e s bet Broadway and Little Main. 
Whyte, C. B., salesman, Kerr, Brown & Mackenzie. 
Whyte, W. A., druggist's asst., T. Bickle & Son, bds cor Peel and James. 
Wickham, James, stove fitter, h Cannon bet McNab and Park. 
Wicks, George, foreman, h Pearl w s bet Little Market and l^'ork. 
Wickwire, Orlow, axle-maker, h Vine n s bet Park and Bay. 
WIDGER, JAMES, (" People's " Store) dealer in boots and shoes, 

King cor McNab, h same. 

For Fine Silver and Flectro-Plate, go to Goldsmith's 
Hall, X. B. NX£WABI>, 13 King-St. HamUton. 



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B AGaAGE^CHECKEET'THROUGH, 

Thereby saving passengers the trouble and inconvenience of having to check 

over each road. 

SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT SECURED BY THIS ROUTE, AND FARES AS LOW 

AS BY ANY OTHER LINE, 



'■ 



RAILWAY ADVERTISEMENT. 



For Through Fares and Sleeping Car Berths, and for Meals, &c., at Refresh- 
ment Rooms. 



Arrangements have now heen made whereby passengers purchasing Tickets 
in Canada, via the Great Western Railway, to points in the United Stales,can 
pay the Canada fare in Gold, and the balance of through fare in U.S.currency. 

Via the Great Western Railway, 

Which can be obtained at all Railroad and Steamboat Offices in the United 
States and Canada. 



Trains are run by Hamilton Time, which is 12 minutes faster than Detroit 
Time, and 25 minutes slower than New York Central Railroad Time. 

Time Tables, giving particulars of the Arrival and Departure of Trains, as 
well as other information, can be had on application at any of the Company's 
Stations. 

OCEAN STEAMER TICKETS, 

By the INMAN and NATIONAL STEAMSHIP LINES, from New York, with 
the fullest information as to rates of fare, can be had at the principal Ticket 
Offices of the Company. Passengers can be ticketed through from Hamilton, 
Toronto, London, &c., to Liverpool, London, Paris, Hamburg, and other 
continental cities at the Lowest Rates. 



E.A.SXEI?.3Sr -A.C3-EIsrCIES z 

New York, 273 Broadway, Geo. E. Jar vis, Agent. 

Boston, 21 State Street, P. K. Randall " 

Buffalo, Comer of Exchange and Main Sts. W. L. Malcolm " 

Ogdensburgh, J.N.Derby, " 



•\;S7"ESTER,3Sr -A.a-E1>TCIES = 

Chicj^o, Tremont Block, A. Wallingford, Agent. 

Detroit, Comer Jefferson Avenue and Griswold St. Chas. McCabe, Western 
Passenger Agent. 

THOMAS SWYNTARD, Gen. Manager, Hamilton, Out. 
JAM£!S €HARJLTON, Gen. Agent, Hamilton, Ont. 



EAILWAY ADVERTISEMENT. 



ERIE AND WIAfi ABA LINE. 

The Shortest, Cheapest, and Most Direct Route between 
Buffalo and Toronto. 



TWi 



3iC}iic:jac 



JMUoHic 



mc;huic:Il 



The Ferry Steamei* leaves the Dock foot of Main Street, Buffalo, twice 
a-day for Fort Erie, and connects there with Erie and Niagara Line for 
Black Creek, Chippewa, Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridge, Queenston, and 
Niagara Town, where connection is made with the splendid Steamer " City of 
Torohto," for Toronto. 

Tickets to Toronto are good either by the Erie and Niagara Railway and 
Steamer " City of Toronto," or by the Erie and Niagara and Great Western 
Railways at the option of the holder. 

The Steamer " City of Toronto " leaves Toronto twice a-day for Niagara Town, 

connecting with Erie and Niagara Line for Queenston, Suspension Bridge, 
Niagara Falls, Chippewa, Black Creek, Fort Erie and Buffalo. 

CONNECTIONS ARE MADE AT TORONTO 

WITH THE 

Northern and Grand Trunk Railways, 

and with the LAKE ONTARIO STEAMERS for all points on Lake Ontario; 
and the River St. Lawrence ; at Suspension Bridge with the New York 
Central and Great Western Railways^ for all points East and West, and at 
Buffalo with the New York Central, Erie, and Lake Shore Railways. 

This Route commands the Finest View of Niagara River 

and Falls. 

It is also the Shortest, Cheapest, and most Agreeable Ferry Route between 
Buffalo and Fort Erie. It possesses unrivalled attractions for 

EXCURSION, FISHINa AND PIC-NIC PARTIES, 

to whom special facilities will be afforded at low fares. 



For full information apply to N. Weatherston, Agent G. W. R., Toronto , 
orW. L. Malcolm, Agent G. W. R., Corner of Main and Exchange Streets 
Buffalo. 

THOMAS SWINYARD, 

General Manager, Hamilton, Oat. 

JAMES CHARLTON, 

General Agentj Hamilton, Ont. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 285 

Wier, William, gardener, h Hess w s cor Herkimer. 

Wilde. Edwin, Agent Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. h Robinson n sbet 
Bowery and Caroline. 

Wilding, William, Crown Inn, 3 York n s, h same. 

Wiley, Alfred J., telegraph operator, bds Tecuuiseh House. 

Wiley, Stephen, laborer, h n s Stuart bet John and Catherine. 

Wilkins, Benjamin, laborer, h Locomotive e s, bet York and Concession. 

Wilkinson, David, blacksmith, h Pearl bet Wentworth and Canada. 

Wilkinson, George, barber, 8 York, h same. 

Wilkinson, Humphrey, travelling agent, bds C. Hutton's corner Bay 
and Stuart. 

Wilkinson, Wm., cabinet maker, bds Bay cor Stuart. 

Wilks, Wm., carpenter, h n s Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Williams, Alfred, finisher, h King William. 

Williams, B., hammerman, G. W. R. 

Williams, Mrs. Cecilia, h Walnut bet O'Reilly and Catharina. 

WILLIAMS, C. F., Shades Saloon and Restaurant, Main n s, 
opp Prince's Square, (see card.) 

Williams, Chas. H., grocer, h East Market ss cor Ashley. 

Williams, Henry, baggageman, h Locomotive cor Concession. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES M., M. P. P., (Canadian Oil Company) h head 
of Queen, southern limits. 

Williams, John, grocer, n w cor Peel and Walnut. 

Williams, John, laborer, h Bay w s bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Williams. John, boiler maker, h Dundurn w s bet King and York. 

Williams, J. C, finisher, bds cor Tyburn and Walnut. 

Williams, J. H., clerk. Best, Andrews & Co. 

Williams, Mrs. Julia, h Catherine bet Main and Tyburn. 

Williams, Lenton, carpenter, h w s, Stuart bet Hughson and John. 

Williams, Patrick, laborer, h York s s bet Queen and Ray. 

Williams, Robt, laborer, h s s Wilson bet James and McNab. 

Williams, Seth, barber, h James bet Mulberry and Henry. 

Williamson, David, with James Williamson, h Ferguson ave bet Henry 
and Barton. 

WILLIAMSON, JAMES, shipping, produce and commission mer- 
chant, Brock nr Bay, h Ferguson ave bet Henry and Barton. 

Williamson, James T., painter, h s s concession bet McNab and James. 

Williamson, Peter, shoemaker, h Union s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Williamson Richard, laborer, h e s James nr W^ilson. 

Williamson, Richard, laborer, h s s Union bet James and Hughson. 

Williamson, Richard, laborer, h McNab w s bet Simcoe and Wilson. 

Willis, Alexander, carpenter, h Hess w s cor Hunter. 

Wills, James, boots and shoes, 58 King e, h same. 

Willson, John, salesman, 40 King e, bds King nr Wellington. 

For Solid S^ilver and Best Electro-Plate, go to Oold- 
siuith's Hall, T. B. f»>T£\VAKl>, 12 l£ijig-fe»t., Uaiu- 
iltoii. 



286 HAMILTON CITY 

WILLSON, FREDERICK M,, banker, dealer in exchange and steam- 
ship agent, office 5 James n, h e s James bet Augusta and Catharina. 
[See card.] 

WillsoD, Joseph, storekeeper, h west side West ave nr Rebecca, 

WILLSON, J. W., produce and commission merchant, insurance 
agent &c. King cor John res Winona. 

Willson, Thomas, grocer, cor Walnut and Tyburn h same. 

Wilraot, John, scale maker, h Hughson bet Rebecca and King William. 

Wilson, Andrew, book-keeper, II, W. Wanzer & Co., h Wilson bet 
Elgin and Ferguson ave. 

Wilson, Arch,, druggist's asst., T. Bickle & Son, bds Wellington bet 
Main and Peel. 

Wilson, Charles, civil engineer, h w s Catherine bet Lind and Barton. 

Wilson, Mrs. Charlotte, h Cannon n s bet Park and McNab. 

Wilson, Mrs. Elizabeth H., h Market s s bet Hess and Queeni 

Wilson, Henry, machinist, G. W, R. 

WilsDn, Henry, messenger, G. W. R. 

Wilson, Gapt. James, h s s Simcoe bet McNab and James. 

Wilson, James, salesman, bds Main cor Caroline. 

Wilson, James D., clerk, h Main s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Wilson, John, laborer, h Maria bet Aurora and Wellington. 

Wilson, John, cabinet maker, h e s Hughson nr Gore. 

Wilson, John, policeman G. W. station, h e s Park nr Concession. 

Wilson, John, salesman, bds cor John and Rebecca. 

WilsoD, Joseph, foreman, (S. Nash) h s s Henry bet James and Hughson. 

Wilson, Joseph, grocer, cor King e and Walnut, h same. 

Wilson, Robert, blacksmith, h Little Market s s cor Ray. 

Wilson, Robert, boot and shoe maker, 40 John s, h same. 

Wilson, Robert, sailor, h e s Hughson nr Wood. 

Wilson, Thos., teamster, h e s Catuarina bet John and Catherine. 

Wilson, Thos., carpenter, h cor Catherine and Catharina. 

Wilson, \Vm., taUor, h Main s s bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Wilson, Wm., prop. Royal Oak Hotel, Bartonville, Tp. Barton. 

Wilson, Wm., lab., n s Peel bet Spring and Wellington. 

Wilson, AVm., trackman, h s s Oak bet John and Catherine. 

Wilson, Wm. H., varnisher, h Bay e s bet King and Market, 

Winckler, Adolph, cooper, h Miles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Winckler, Charles H., machinist, h Miles s s bet Caroline and Hess. 

Winckler, H., machinist, h Little Main bet Caroline and Hess. 

Winckler, Julius, lager beer saloon, 18 York s s, h same. 

Windsor, John, peddler, h Bay w s bet Stuart and Murray. 

WINER, JOHN, (J. Winer & Co.),h cor Main and Walnut. 

WINER, J. & CO., (John Winer and George Rutherford), wholesale 
druggists, 25 King e. 

For Haadsoiue Scarf Pius and Hhirt Studs, go to 
T. B. STEWAK1>, Cioldsmitii's Hall, 18 King-St,, 
Haiuilton. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 287 

Winfield, ThoJ, , potter, h William n s nr Ray. 

"\V infield, Thos., carter, h William n s bet Ray and Pearl. 

Wingfield, Alex., Loiler maker, h Bay bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Winghardt, Mrs. Mary, h King w s s nr Dunbarton. 

Winlaw, Miss Isabella, teacher, h Bond w s bet King and 3Iain. 

Winlaw, Mrs. Jane, h Bond w s bet King and Main. 

Winn, Hugh, lab., h w s 3IcXab bet Colborne and Concession. 

Winslow, Joseph G., carpenter, h Napier s s bet Hess and Queen. 

Winter, Geo., tailor, n s Main nr Victoria Ave. 

Wintermute, Mrs. Jane S., h Queen. 

Winton, Mrs. Agnes, grocer, James e s nr Stinson, h same. 

Wishart, James, blacksmith, h Little Market s s bet Lock and Pearl. 

Witton, Henry B., painter, h Park w s bet Mulberry and Sheaffe. 

Wolf, Samuel, pedler. h ss King William betCatheiine and Mary. 

WOOD, ANDREW T., (Wood & Leggat) Director Victoria Mutual 

Fire Insurance Co. of Canada, h King e opp Ashley. 
Wood, Jos., sailmaker, h Hughson nr Glass Works. 
Wood, Samuel, machinist, h McNab w sbet Mulberry and Colborne. 
Wood, Thos., painter, h McNab w s bet King and 3Iain. 
Wood, Wm., mariner, h w s McNab bet Concession and Murray. 
WOOD & LEGGAT, (A. T. Wood & Matthew Leggat) hardware 

wholesale and retail, n s King e of Hnghson. 
Woodcock, Mrs. Eliz-)beth. h w s John bet Gore and Henry. 
Woodhall, Wm , bricklaver, h w s West Ave bet U ilson and Rebecca. 
Woodhouse, William H., bootmaker, h West Avenue e s bet Henry 

and Robert 
Woodley, Samuul, manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, 22 

James n, h cor Maiden Lane and Bowery. 
AVoodman, John, machinist, h Concession next to Locomotive. 
Woods, Henry, laborer, h Bay ws bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Woods, Mrs., h Walnut bet Peel and O'Reilly. 
Woodward, Henry W,, clerk custom house, h w s Catherine bet Henry 

and Gore. 
Woodward, R. G., machinist, hds cor Hughson and Lind. 
Woodward, "William F., laborer, h Broadway bet Queen and Ray. 
Wookey, Cornelius, laborer, h Little Market n s bet Pearl and Lock. 
AVoolcott, Chas., laborer, h s s Wilson bet .James and 3IcNab. 
Wooley, Wm., cooper, h cor Little William and South. 
Woolverton. Mrs. E. W., Homujopatbic Pharmacy, 88 Kinc e, h same. 
WOON, JOSEPH, (Huton & Woon) h 4 Hughson cr King. 
Work, Donald, quarryman, h s s Peel bet Liberty and Wellington. 
Worthington, John, engineer, h Park w s bet Concession and Stinson. 
Wortbington, John, jr., messenger, h Park w s bet Concession and 

Stinson. 



For low pruned and good American, docks, go to 
T. H. STEWAKD, Cioidsmitii't^ liall, r^ King-iJit., 
Hamilton. 



288 HAMILTON CITY 

WRIGHT, CHAS. H., Mammoth Photograph Gallery, 34 King west, 

h Grove s s nr Wellington, (see advt.) 
WRIGHT, DAVID, accountant, James opp the Market, h Catherine 

bet Rebecca and Gore. 
Wright, David D., photographer, h Grove nr Wellington. 
"Wright, Edward, painter, h McNab, bet King and Main. 
Wright, Mrs. Eliza, h McNab w s bet King and Main. 
Wright, Hugh M., carpenter, h Colborne s s bet Park and Bay. 
Wright, James, salesman, bds e s James bet Augusta and Catherine. 
Wright, James, laborer, h Caroline w scor Napier. 
Wright, James, finisher, h s s Wilson bet James and Hughson. 
Wright, John, currier, bds cor McNab and Colborne. 
Wright, Peter, laborer, h Henry n s nr Wellington. 
Wright, Mrs. Rebecca, h Walnut bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Wright, Robert, teamster, Hendrie & Co. 
Wright, Robert, h r Tyburn bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Wright, Wm., machinist, h McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Wright, Wm., cabinet maker, h w s West ave nr East Market- 
Wright, Wm., laborer. G. W. R. 
WRIGHT, PROF. W. P., professor of natural sciences, Wesleyan 

female college, res 59 King e. 
WYLD, FREDERICK, (Service & Wyld), h e s John bet Catherine 

and Maria. 
Wylie, D. B., passenger dept G. W. R. h s s Colborne, bet Bay and 

Park. 
Wyth, Eleazar, carpenter, h York s s bet Pearl and Lock. 
Wyth, Nicholas, carpenter, h w s Catherine bet Liad and Barton. 



YALDEN, WILLIAM, propt city arms hotel, cor McNab and 

Murray. 
Yale, Mrs, t). C, variety and millinery store, James bet King and Main 

h same. 
Yates, Robert, builder, h Charles e s bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 
Yearsley, Joseph, machinist, h Hughson nr Barton. 
Yearsley Robt., painter, G. W R. h 98 Hughson. 
Yearsley, Samuel, painter, G. W..R. 
Yorall, James, fish monger, h West ave n of G. W. R. 
York, Geo. E., salesman, bds James nr Cannon. 
York, Stephen, clerk, G. W. R. bds w s James bet Strachan and Sim- 

coe. 
Young, Miss Ann, dressmaker, e s Bay bet Vine and Cannon h same. 
Young, Charles, grocer, w s James cor Murray, h same. 

For B^~Tabre~Cirtiery^ TTb^ STEWXBI* 

Goldsmith's Hall, 13, King-St. Hamilton. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



I. C. CHILMAN 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in every kind of 

ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN 

CONFECTIOlSrBRY, 



Constantly 


on hand the following 


BISCUITS 


& 


CRACK h: 


Butter, 




Soda, 


Sugar, 




Wafer, 


Boston, 




Abernethy, 


Farina, 




Egg, 


Water, 




Captain's Biscuits, 


Fancy, 




Imperial, 


Albert, 




Wine Biscuits, 


Alice, 




Crackers, 


Dominion, 




Cracknells, 


Ginger Snaps, 




Navy Bread. 



AND OTHER BISCUITS AND CRACKER^. 



MANUFACTORY : -Ring Street West, Hamilton, Ont. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Cental Groceff and Finnan Haddie Depot, 
ANGUS SUTHERLAND, 

& R O C E K 

AND 




(SOLE AGENT FOR MOLSON'S INDIA PALE 
ALE AND XXX PORTER, 



3rd Door west of McNab Street, 
HAMILTON, ONT. 



P. L. SCRIVEN, 

(LATE OF THE FIRM OP GBEEN & SCRIVKN) 



Being now enabled to give his whole attention to the above business, will 
spare no pains in order to give satisfaction in producing good and reliable 
Wood Cuts of 

Specimens may be seen and orders taken at J. Lyght & Co.'s Book Store 
or at J. W. Green's 28 King Street West. 

Parties at a distance are requested to send a photograph or sketch of 
article to be engraved, and address, 

P. L. SCRIVEN, 

ENGKAVKB ON WOOD, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 289 

Young, Charles, salesman, (Stanbury & Co.) h Henry n s bet Cathcart 

and Fero;uson Ave. 
YOUNGr, CHAS. H., printer, h Henry n s bet Cathcart and Ferguson 

Avenue. 
Young. Cunningham, accountant, Gore Bank, bds Maiden Lane. 
Young, David, baggage master, h Catharina bet John and Hughson. 
YOUNG, GEO. A., agent Royal Insurance Co., and Montreal Steamship 

Co., cor James and Merrick, h James bet Hunter and Bold, (see 

advertisement.) 
YOUNG, HUGH, (H. & K. Youns,) h Canada bet Queen and Ray. 
YOUNG, JACOB, book-keeper, (E. Browne,) h foot McNab. 
Young, James, brass-finisher, bds Canada bet Queen and Bay. 
Young, James, melodeon-maker, T. "W. White. 
Young, James M., h James w s bet Peel and Bold, 
Young, John, brass moulder, bds Canada cor Queen. 
Young, John, clerk, Track supt's. oflficc, G.W.R., bds Fitzgerald's Hotel, 

King. 
YOUNG, JOHN, (Young, Law & Co.), h s John. 
Young, John, hotel keeper. Market. 
Young, John B., cashier, G. J. Forster & Co., h s w cor Bold and 

McNab. 
Young, John, clerk, h Hess e s bet Market and Napier. 
Young, Miss J., milliner, 73 King w. 
Young, Maitland, commission merchant, h Maiden Lane s s bet McNab 

and James. 
Young, Randle, prop Ontario Hotel, Prince's Square, n s Main, h same. 
Young, Robert, lab., h cor Queen and Concession. 
YOUNG, ROBERT, (H. & R. Young,) h Canada cor Queen. 
YOUNG, ROBT.. (Young & Bro.,) h King bet Catherine and Nel- 
son. 
Young, Samuel, accountant, hn s Guy bet James and Hughson. 
YOUNG, THOMAS, propr. Prince's Saloon, 20 John s, h same. 
Young, Thomas, lab., h Railway w s bet York and Concession. 
Young, Thomas, clerk, G. J. Forster & Co., h John foot of Mountain. 
YOUNG, WM., (^Young & Bro.,) h Maiden Lane bet Bond and 

Bowery. 
Young, Wm., S., book-keeper, h James cor Hannah. 
YOUNG & BROTHER, (Wm. and Robert Young), plumbers and 

gas fitters, cor John and King William. (See adv't.) 
YOUNG, H. & R., (Hugh and Robert Young), brass founders, McNab 

s of Stewart's foundry. (See adv't.) 
YOUNG, LAW &C0., [John Y'oung and David Law], importers and 

wholesale dealers in dry goods, McNab cor Merrick. 
Youngman, Samuel, flour and feed, Merrick n s bet Park and Bay, h 

same. 

For Gentlemen's Clothing, go to G. £. Peirce <& €0',^ 

37 



290 HAMILTON CITY 



Zealand, Edward, wharfinger, (Zealand's wharf), h Brock nr McNab. 
Zealand, Captain Edward, mariner, h n s Murray bet McNab and Jame?. 
Zealand, Wm., mariner, h McNab bet Slrachan and Simcoe. 
ZEALAND'S WHARF, Jacob Young, prop., foot of McNab. 
Zingsheim, Jacob, cabinet maker, Bay cor King. Florence Block, h s s 

Catharina bet John and Hughson. 
Zwick, W. H., fruit and oyster depot, McNab nr King, h same. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

LAWSON BROTHERS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

a®fiii^, ill mms, 

^ND MILLINERY, 
THE THREE LEADING STORES, 

Nos. 2 and 4 King Street, and Nos. 2 and 4 James Street, 




3yC £3 ID I O .^SL IL. 

(ESTABLISHED 1835.) 
No. 6 KING STREET, HAMILTON, ONT. 

T. BICK3LE & SON, 

WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, 

TARNISH£8, DTE STUFFS, Ac. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, 

AT THE OFFICE ON HUGHSON STREET, 

And immediately delivered to city subscribers at 10 cents a week, or $5.00 a 
year, in advance. When sent by mail, $1.25 a quarter. 

Circulation, 4,000 Daily. 



THE WEEKLY TIMES, 

PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY MORNING, 
J^l A YEAR IN AI> VANCE : OK §1.50 CREDIT. 

The weekly edition (with supplement) contains all the important news of 

the week, market reports, editorial articles, literary reading matter, and the 

latest telegraphic reports, including those by Atlantic Cable. 

THE TIMES STEAM BOOK m JOB PBIITIIG OFFICE 

Is pcssfssed of every facility for the superior and rapid execution of every 

descripiiou of Priutitig, from the .«malh-st caid to the most elaborate book, 

or the largest poster. Having in operation 

Two of Tayloi's s.perior Cylinder Presses 

ADAPTED FOR GENERAL JOB WORK, 

The proprietors feel that they can compete successfully with any other es- 
tablishment in the Province. They have also in operation one of Gor- 
don's celebrated card and circular presses, adapted more particularly for 
cards, circulars, and bill-heads, and which for neatness and rapidity cannot 
be surpassed by any other printing machine in use. For posters, etc., we 
have one of Hoe & Co.'s large size Washington Presses of the best description. 

Tlie Type is all Wew and of tlie liatcst Designs. 

Thus equipped, the Proprietors feel that they can confidently solicit the 
patronage of the business community of Hamilton, assuring the public that 
they will endeavor to merit their support by liberality in prices, neatness, 
accuracy and punctuality. 

C. E. STEWART «fe CO., Proprietors. 



HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

One of the largest establishments in Canada, engaged ia the exclusive 
manufacture of agricultural implements is here carried on by Messrs. L. 
D. Sawyer & Co., on "Wellington street, near Great Western Railway 
track. The woiks were originally established by ^Messrs. C. 3IcQuesten 
& Co., and have been owned by the present firm for about eleven years. 
Threshing-machines, mowers, reapers and straw-cutters are manufactured 
to the amount o^ about eighty thousand dollars per annum. Steam 
power to the extent of twenty-two horse power is used, and from forty 
to fifty hands are constantly employed. The buildings are stone, and are 
80 feet front by 250 in depth. 



BEEF AND PORK PACKERS. 

Mr. Samuel Nash, corner Market and McNab streets, established in 
1862 ] employs 30 hand?. 

The Ontario Pork packing house is under the superintendence of Mr. 
Atkinson, a large business is done, and from 30 to 40 hands are employed. 



BELLOWS MANUFACTORIES. 

Mr. James Dallyn. James street, between Barton and Stinson, estab- 
lished in 1847. This establishment employs an average of six hands, 
and turns out 300 pairs per annum, also a large number of hand bellows. 
Another establishment of the same character is carried on by Mr. Joseph 
Dallyn, employing four hands. About 300 pairs are annually made 
here. 



BLANK BOOK JVIANUFACTURERS. 
See Classified Business Directory. 



BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURERS (WHOLESALE). 

The largest boot and shoe manufactory in Western Canada is here 
carried on by Messrs. John McPherson & Co.; it was established in 1860. 
They now give constant employment to about one hundred and fifty 
hands; they use a number of machines, requiring a twenty horse-power 
engine to propel. All the machinery is of American invention and 

Shirte, Drawers, €rloTes and Hosiery at Peirce A, Co's. 



292 HAMILTON MANUFACTURES; 

make, and consists of several pegging machines, each of which will peg, 
on an average, sixty pairs of boots and shoes per hour, rolling machines, 
splitting machines, heel presses, welt cutters, sole cutting machines, heel 
rounding machines, and counter skivers. There are several other firms 
employing from five to ten hands each. 



WOODEN BOX MANUFACTURERS. 

Messrs. W. & D. Aitchison, established in 1860 ; employ six hands 
and an engine of twelve horse-power. There is a planing machine in 
connection with this factory. 



BRASS FOUNDRIES. 

Messrs. H. & R. Young, were established in 1853. Works on McNab 
street, near Stewart's Foundry ; they employ a large number of hands, and 
manufacture every description of engineers and plumbers' brass work. 

Messrs. A. Howie & Co., have recently established a brass foundry in 
connection with their gold and silver plating establishment, Royal 
Hotel Buildings. Several hands are kept employed in this department. 



BREWERIES. 

The Spring Brewery, Messre. Grant & Middlewood, proprietors, situ- 
ated on Bay street, was established in 1838. This firm employs thirty 
hands and an eight horse-power engine, and pays about one-tenth of all 
the excise duty on beer paid in Upper Canada. They manufacture 
their own malt, and turn ont ale, porter, beer, &c., in great quantities, 
either in wood or bottle. The buildings are stone, two stories, with base- 
ment, and are 200 by 120 feet; an addition is now being made for an ice 
house and malt rooms ; capacity of brewery, 300 barrels per week. 

The Burlington Brewery has been established a number of years, by 
Messrs. J. Bell & Co. The Brewery is on the corner of Catherine and 
Tyburn streets. The premises occupy about one-fourth of an acre. — 
The buildings are rough cast, two stories with dwelling house, stable, 
and stone ice house. Six hands are employed. 

There are four other breweries, viz., the Ontario Brewery, Leopold 
Bauer, proprietor ; the Crystal Palace Brewery, Geo. Beck, proprietor ; 
the Hamilton Brewery, Jos. Kendall, proprietor ; and Eckhardt's Lager 
Beer Brewery, western limits. 



BROOM MANUFACTURING. 

Mr. A Easson, corner of King and Caroline streets, was establishad 
in 1849. Thirteen hands are now employed here. 

Mr. Thomas Mitchell, King street west, near McNab, is doing a 

For every thing you wear, go to Peirce and Co's. 



HAMILTON 3IANUPACTFRES. 293 

large trade in this line, as also in every description of wooden and willow 
ware. 

Mr. C. W. Mugridge has recently commenced business in broom 
manufacturing on McNab, between Merrick and Vine streets. 



CARVERS, GILDERS AND PICTURE FRAME MAKERS. 

One of the principal establishments of this description is carried on 
by Mr. Thomas Marsden, 50 James street, opposite Mechanics' Hall, 
who employs a large number of hands. 

Mr. Henry Blandford, James street, near Merrick, is doing a good 
business in the same line. 



CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS. 

A depot for the sale of spokes, hubs, felloes, axles, wood screws, 
paints, varnishes, oils, steel springs, and every article required by car- 
riage and wagon makers, has been established in 1866, by Mr. E. Mc- 
Giverin, at No. 56 King street east. 



CIGAR MANUFACTURING. 

There are several large houses doing a very extensive trade, for list 
of which see classified Business Directory. 



CAST IRON ENAMELLED WARE. 

Messrs. R. Campbell & Co., manufacturers of every kind of enamelled 
ware, have lately established works of this description on Mary street, 
adjoining the iron foundry of Messrs. TurnbuU & Co. It is the only 
firm in British America that manufactures this description of ware, and 
it is in every respect equal in beauty and finish to any imported. Of 
course the process of enamelling is a secret only known to the manu- 
facturers. 



CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE. 

Messrs. Sanford, Mclnnes & Co., are employing about four hundred 
hands in the manuiacture of ready-made clothing. 



COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 

The Excelsior Spice Mills, corner of Catherine and Rebecca streets, 
were established in 1859, by the late Mr. Samuel Cann, and are now 
carried on by Messrs. Perkins & Clark. Ten hands are employed, and 
steam power to the extent of six horses. 

The liargest fStock of Tweeds at Peirce's. 



294 HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. ' -^-^ 

The Coffee and Spice Mills of Mr. Thomas A. Doherty are situated 
on Catherine street, bet Henry and Lind streets. Steam power is used. 



CONFECTIONERY AND BISCUIT MANUFACTURING. 

The principal establishments are that of Mr. I. C. Chilman, on King 
street west ; who employs seventeen hands manufacturing bread, bis- 
cuits, and every description of English, French and American confec- 
tionery. 

Mr. Z. Pattison, on Cannon street, near Bay, established in 1846, 
employs twenty-seven men in the manufacture an sale of confectionery, 
biscuits and cigars. 

Mr. W. T, Ecclestone, lO King street east, has been established since 
1848. He employs ten hands manufacturing every description of goods 
in this branch of industry. 

Mr. Mark Hill, on McNab street, in the same line, employs five hands. 

Mr. J. H. Aussem, established in 1866, wholesale manufacturer of 
fine confectionery, is doing an excellent business. 



BRUSH MANUFACTURERS. 

Mr. Alfred J. Green, John Street, between King and King William 
streets, has been engaged in this branch of industry for a number of 
years. He manufactures every thing in the line on an extensive scale, 
and the goods made are first class. 

Messrs. Meakins & Sons have been established in the brush manu- 
facturing fifteen years. They employ twenty-five hands, and steam 
power to the extent of twenty-five horse. The premises occupied by 
them are built of brick, four stories high and 40 by 100 feet. This firm 
are also engaged largely in the manufacture of fiae cabinet ware, as well 
as doing a large business as upholsterers. 



PAPER BAG MANUFACTURERS. 

Messrs. Buntin, Gillies & Co. have established a paper bag manu- 
factory here in 1865. It is a large stone building on the corner of 
James and Peel streets. A number of hands are employed, together 
with a steam engine of three horse power. This firm turns out about 
28,000 bags daily. 



CARRIAGE AND COACH BUILDERS. 

Hamilton can boast of having three carriage and coach fac- 
tories of the most extensive character in the Province of Ontario. 
Messrs. Thomas Macabe & Co., of the Burlington Coach Factory, King 

The liargest l^tock of Oentiemeu's Furnishing Goods 
at €. £. Peirce dc €o's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GEORGE LEE & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

^¥if lis, WiBm, -^411: 



'9 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, 

Hj^VMILTOISr 



BURLINGTON BREWERY. 



ALE, BEER, AND PORTER BREWERS, 

Office. — Catharine, Corner of Tyburn Street, 

H^lVIILTOlSr, - - OISI^T 

\xr» 'JE' lEi. xy JX3. jA. jsr ^ 

DEALER IN 

PROVISIONS, 

^ WINES & LIQUORS, 

McNAB STREET, MARKET SQUARE, 




HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

RICHARD PIKE 




MANUFACTURER & DEALER IN CIGARS 

Plug, Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking 

1? o:^..A.ooo, 



EVEKT DESCRIPTION OP 



12 King Street, north side, 5 Doors West of James St , 
HAMILTON, ONT. 



ONTARIO LIVERY STABLES 



DENNIS 




BEVIER 



Has constantly on hand, for Hire, at his 



77 King Street West, Hamilton, 

Earsas. females. Mwmh 



AC, OF THE BEST DESCRIPTION. 



.'HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 295 

Street west, corner Caroline, employ about thirty hands in their shops, 
and turn out about 120 carriages of various styles annually, beside 
sleighs, cutters, &c. The wareroom and trimming shop are contained in 
a three story rough cast building 30 by 60 feet. The blacksmith shop 
is 24 feet by 120, and contains five forges. The wood-worker's shop is 
a one story frame building. 

The City Coach Factory, Mr. J. P. Pronguey, was established in 
1844. The shops are on the corner of Market and Park Streets. The 
blacksmith and wood shops are built of stone, three stories high, 34 by 
54 feet. The first story of which is the blacksmith shop, second story 
wood-workers, and third a store room. The warehouse is 100 by 35 
feet, two stories high, the second story being used as a paint and trim- 
ming shop. 

Twenty hands are employed, and every description of a carriage from 
$85 to 8800 each are turned out. Sleighs and cutters are manufac- 
tured largely. 

A large number of the coaches used in Toronto as public carriages 
have been turned out by Mr. Pronguey, and are of superior style and 
finish. 

The Hamilton Coach Factory was established in 1842, by Messrs 
H. G. Cooper & Co. It is- situated on Bond Street between King and 
Main. The premises are very extensive and consist of a large ware- 
room, including counting room, built of brick, fronting on Bond 
street. In the rear of the warehouse first comes the carriage 
steel spring factory of Mr. George Grayson, next the planing mills and 
box factory of Messrs. W. & D. Aitchison, south of which and adjoin- 
ing are the extensive blacksmith, wood-workers, painting and trimming 
shops of Messrs. H. G. Cooper & Co. The firm employs about forty 
hands, and builds every description of coaches, omnibuses, carriages 
sleighs, cutters, &c. 



HAKNESS MAKEKS AND SADDLERS. 

There are several firms doing business in this line. The principal 
establishments being that of Mr. E. Kraft, 5 and 7 York Street, estab- 
lished in 1855. The premises consist of a three story stone building, 
50 feet front by 56 in depth. Twenty hands are employed, and every 
description of first-class saddlery, trunks, valises, military equipments, 
fire hose, &b., are turned out. 

Messrs. Philp & Robertson, east side James street opposite Market 
square, commenced business in 1842, and now give employment to 20 
hands. They turn out very superior work, and keep a large stock of 
fine harness, saddlery, collars &c. They also manufacture trunks and 
valises largely for the trade. 

Mr. James JoUey, John street opposite Princes' square, has been es- 



Tbe liargest Stock of JShirting Fannels at C £, Peirce 



295 HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 

tablished iu Hamilton twenty-four years. He employs seven hands, 
and turns out every kind of first class harness, saddlery, trunks, valises 
etc. It is one of the first establiahmeots in the city. 



ORGANS AND MELODEONS. 

Mr. Thomas W. White, 38 King street west, and King street east, 
near Wesleyan Female College. Mr. White commenced the manufacture 
of Melodeons here in 1853, since which time the business has increased 
to a large extent. Now thirty hands are employed and about 400" in- 
truments consisting ot cabinet organs and melodeons are turned out an- 
nually. A steam engine of five horse power is employed to propel the 
machinery. The organ in the Centenary Methodist Church lately com- 
pleted was built by Mr. White, and cost the congregation about $4000, 

Messrs. Thornton & Green, Bay street near King street, commenced 
business in this branch of manufactures in 1867. They employ nine 
hands and an engine of 3^ horse power. The instruments made by this 
firm are of excellent tone and finish, and although the firm has been 
but recently established, the present capacity of the factory is kept 
fully taxed to meet with the demand for their instruments. Every 
thing connected with the building of melodeons or organs, such as keys, 
reed boards &c. are all made on the premises 



SEWING MACHINE MANUFACTURING. 

In the year 1860, Messrs. R. M. Wanzer & Co. located themselves 
in the city of Hamilton, Ont., and established the Sewing Machine 
business, employing the means and best mechanical talent possible, with 
a determination to surmount all obstacles in the way of producing a 
first-class machine, such as the masses require ; since which they have 
ever labored to efifect that object, and now can say with good grace that 
they are masters of the Sewing Machine business, having recently re- 
ceived the highest reward from the great juries of the World's Exhibi- 
tion held in Paris, France, in 1867, who awarded to the Wanzer Com- 
pany the first and highest prize medal for the best Family Sewing Ma- 
chine in the world. Eighty seven manufactories were represented from 
the difierent parts of the globe. INIessrs. Wanzer & Co. gained the vic- 
tory over all for family machines. After receiving this flattering testi- 
monial, it might be surmised that the Company would stop inproving, 
but such is not the case. They have lately improved their Heavy 
Manufacturing Machine by making it almost entirely noiseless. That, 
with its perfect operation makes it now the most complete and reliable 
heavy manufacturing machine in the market. The Company have also 
produced a new Family Shuttle Machine that works by the hand or 
foot. It is the most perfect piece of mechanism ever produced for a 
Sewing Machine. It is compact and reliable, and ofi"ered at a price 

Collars, Ties, Cufl's and Suspenders, at Peirce «fc Co's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. K R ^ I^^ T, 




WHOLESALE 

AND 

RETAIL DEALER 

AND MANUFACTUKER OF 




TRUNKS, VALISES, AND BAGS, 

OF THE 

LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES. 

H O S E, 
YORK STKEET, 



■*t 



Sign of the Big Collar, 



Near the Market. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. & S. NORDHEIMER, 



3.5 Z^P^PGg»]^^^^^^% IS 




King Street^^^pw^^^^RU Ring Street 

EAST, yk ^^^ W^^ ^'^^^' 

TOn.OKTT'O, 

FOR THE 
— OF — 

CHICRERIJXG, STEIIWAY AND DUNHAM. 

Parties living at a distance will receive prompt attention by applying to the firm, and 
at Hamilton and vicinity to Mr. A. Petersen at Attwood s Jewellery Store, Royal Hotel 
Buildings, James Street, 



IjATE CAMPBEI.L'S, 

PRESCOTT, ONTARIO, 



L. H. DANIELS - - PROPRIETOR. 



Second to None in Canada. 



HAMILTON MANUPACTUKES, 297 

within the means of every family. A Shuttle Machine is the only 
practicable Sewing Machine, and R. M. Wanzer & Co. make no other 
style. The firm have branch houses, one in London, England, estab- 
lished in 1863, and another in Paris, France, opened in 1867. The 
factory is on the corner of James and Vine streets, Hamilton, and is a 
stone building four stories high 24 feet by 60. Eighty-five hands are 
here employed, and an engine of 15 horse power. About five thousand 
five hundred machines are turned out annually. The European 
branches are supplied from the factory here. 



TOBACCO 3IANUFACTURERS. 

Messrs. Tuckett & Billings, commenced operations in Hamilton in 
1866, and give employment to about 70 hands. Their premises are 
built of stone, four stories high, with basement, and are situated on 
King, west of Park Street. The works have the capacity of turning 
out daily about 100 pounds daily. 

Messrs. E. Barber & Co., were established in 1865, and employ 4-0 
hands. They occupy the two story brick building on the corner of 
King and Cathcart Streets, having a frontage on King of 78 feet, and 
depthof 41 feet on Cathcart Street. This firm imports very largely 
the best brands of the raw material, and manufactures only the best 
quality of plug tobacco. 

Mr. Frederick Schwarz in the same branch of business occupies ex- 
tensive premises in the Florence Block, King Street west, being fifty 
feet front by one hundred and thirty-two deep. He employs 60 
hands, and turns out about 1000 lbs of manufactured cut and plug 
tobacco dailv. 



HOOP SKIRT MANUFACTORY. 

Messrs. G-. D. Hawkins & Co., have been established in Hamilton 
since 1862. Twenty -five hands are kept employed, chiefly women. 
There are a variety of processes necessary to convert the rough unpolish- 
ed wire into the graceful and elastic hoop-skirt: the round wire is first 
drawn through polished steel rollers by which it is flattened out ; it is 
then passed through a furnace of molten lead into oil, and, thus hard- 
ened, it is again drawn through molten lead, which reduces it to the 
temper or elasticity required to make it fit for covering. The braiders 
for covering are of the most ingenious character. Sixteen spools re- 
volve round the wire, passing and winding about it in the most curious 
manner, with extraordinary rapidity, and with perfect harmony. One 
of the small machines will cover about three hundred and fifty yards 
daily ; but as each lady's skirt contains from fifty to one hundred yards 
of steel, it takes a large number of these machines to carry on a busi- 
ness. The steel, when covered, is then passed through a composition 

fShlrfS} Drawersi Olores anci Hosiery at Pelrce A €o's« 

38 



298 gAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 

like paint, on to cylinders heated by steam, which gives it a fine gloss, 
after which it is taken in hand by the shirt-maker, who weaves it 
through tapes fitted to forms for the purpose, and after passing through 
about half a dozen hands in the various processes of finishing, it is ready 
for sale. 



COAL GRATES. 

Mr. Nelson E. Robbing, on Mary street, near William, is exclusively 
engaged in the manufacture of grates and iron railines. The works 
were established in 1856 — six men are kept employed, and $10,000 
worth turned out per annum. 



SCALE ^ORKS. 

The Provincial Scale Works, established in 1856, by Messrs. Gurney, 
Ware & Co., are situated on James street, opposite the old Bank of 
Upper Canada. They use 25 horse steam power, and give employment 
to fifteen men. Value of manufactures, $25,000 per annum. 



COOPERAGES. 

Mr. Wm, Gordon has facilities for turning out a considerable quan- 
tity of tubs, oil and beer barrels, employing on an average 12 hands. 
Steam power is used. 

Mr. David Boyd employs 5 hands, manufactures oil, pork and other 
barrels. 



CARRIAGE AXLES, &C. 

This is a new branch of manufactures lately introduced into Hamil- 
ton by Mr. John Doty, on York street, between Bay and Caroline, who 
manufactures axles for carriages, wagons, &c., also all kinds of machinery 
and mill gearing. Employs from 20 to 30 hands. Steam power, 8 horse. 



ENVELOPE MANUFACTURES. 

Messrs. Buntin, Gillies & Co. are engaged in this branch in connection 
with their extensive paper warehouse. 



PATENT DRUM HEATERS, 

Manufactured by Mr. Samuel North, on McNab street. These drums 
are considered the best made, and from the very best sources are highly 
recommended, and wherever used are believed to save fifty per cent, of 
the fuel required for an ordinary stove. 

The Liargest Stock of Tweeds £|t Peirce'si. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AMERICAN HOTEL, 

KING STREET, CORNER OF CHARLES, 
H^lVtlLTOISr, OISTT. 




F. W. BEARMAN, 



PROPRIETOR. 



This Hotel, one of the Largest and most Central!}' Located in the City, 
offers superior accommodation to travellers, either for business or pleasure. 
Strangers arriving either by Train of Cars or by Lake Steamers will find the 



M \i I B 

-A.T THEE IDEX^OT OR< "Vv^JE^-A^^lF. 



5 



TEIi:iSIS Bl.OO FER D .A. Y 

In connection with this Hotel, the Proprietor has fine Commodious 
Stables for the accommodation of those bringing Horses or dealing in them. 



C3-I:i2SrER,-A.L ST^ft..C3-E OEEICE, 

Stages leave daily from this House, for Port Dover and intermediate 
places, for Guelph and intermediate places, Dundas, &c. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BOWMAN & HOWE, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 



IN 



Wanzer's Celebrated IVorld's Fa& Grand Prize 



I 



BOWMAN & HOWE would respectfully call the attention of the public 
to their splendid assortment of this 

Most Perfect of all Sewing Machines, 

They would especially direct the attention of intending purchasers to the 

celebrated 



<£ 



LITTLE WANZER' 



which has attained to such great popularity in so short a time. Although 
not a year has elrpsed since the first machine was made. 

4000 AKE NOW IN USE- 
10,000 

have been ordered for the English Market, and the sale in Canada is 
increasing at an enormous rate. The price is only $25 to $30, and the 
machine ii» equal in all respects, as to working capability, to any $50 
machine imported from foreign countries, 

BOWMAN & HOWE. 

James Street, opposite Mechanics' Hall, Hamilton. 



HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 299 

CANADA FELT HAT WORKS. 

The Company carrying on these works commenced operations in 1859 ; 
they employ seventy hands, and a steam engine of twenty-five horse- 
power. The firm uses 100,000 lbs of wool, 500 cords of wood. lOO 
tons of coal, 10,000 skins, 100 barrels of alcohol ; and turn out §200,- 
000 worth per annum. The average wages of the men are §2 per 
day. Mr. Eli H. Mallory, superintendent. 



ROPE WORKS 

The City Rope Works are on Wellington between Henry and Barton 
streets. These works are the most extensive in the County of Weat- 
worth. The length of the walk is 600 feet, built of frame, the ofiice 
is a brick building adjoining the dwelling. Eight hands are constantly 
employed, and the wholesale trade only, supplied with rope, cordage, 
twine, &c., &c. 

The Great Western Rope Works are situated on Mary street, corner 
of Oak, were established in 185-i, and are now carried on by Messrs. 
Alexander Main & Co., who employ twelve hands. 



VICTORIA WIRE MILLS. 

Established in 1858; a 6 horse-power steam engine and about five 
hands are employed. 



MARBLE MANUFACTURERS. 

Messrs. Hurd and Roberts; established in 1852; give employment 
to about thirty hands (including agents). They turn out a large 
number of monuments, Italian and marbleized slate mantles, &c. — 
Works, York Street, junction of Merrick, Messrs. H. & R. have lately 
gone into the importation of Scotch granite monuments, a supply of 
which they have constantly on hand. 

Mr. M. E. Rice, (late of the firm of Day, McComb & Rice,) com- 
menced workin? marble on his own account, in March, 1868; and gives 
employment to twelve hands (exclusive of the agents). Mr Rice has 
turned out since March, over six thousand dollars worth of worked 
marble, and no doubt this will become one of the most successful estab- 
lishments in Ontario. 

Mersrs. Day & McComb were established in 1855. Their marble 
works are situated at the junction of Merrick, York and Bay streets. 
The building is brick, two stories high, 62 x 34 feet. Ten hands, ex- 
clusive of agents, are kept employed turning out every description of 
monuments, tomb-stones, mantels, table tops, &c. Slating' is also car- 
ried on by them. 

For Gentlemeu's Clothing, go to G. £. Peirce «fc C'o's. 



300 HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 

MANUFACTUKINa JEWELERS. 

Mr. James Belling has been established in Hamilton for a number 
of years in this business, and now employs six hands. Masonic jewell- 
rey, medals, presentation pieces and jewellery from designs are manu- 
factured to order. The premises are adjoining the Canada Life Assur- 
ance Co.'s building, James street. 

Messrs. W. H. Rudel, and R. W. Russell, are each doing a good bus- 
iness in the same line. 



VINEGAR WORKS. 

The Hamilton Vinegar Works were established in 1845, by Mr. B. 
E. Charlton, cor of King and Wellingtou streets ; he employs five men, 
and turns out about 280 barrels per month. 

Messrs. Birely & Co. have commenced the manufacture of vinegar on 
James street, in Mcllroy's block, in 1867, and are now doing a large 
business. 



HAMILTON GLASS WORKS. 

These works are cirried on by Messrs. Rutherford and Co, ; it is the 
only factory of the kind in *<'^ estern Canada. Seventy hands are kept 
in constant employment ; flint and green glass, druggists' ware, soda 
water bottles, &c., are manufactured. 



SOAP AND CANDLES. 

Messrs. W. H. Judd & Bro., Bay between York and Cannon streets; 
established in 1846 ; employ nine hands and an engine of twelve horse 
power ; the business amounts to about $48,000 per annum. 

Mr. James Walker's Soap and Candle Works, established in 1833, 
are situated on Main street, corner of Bowery ; twelve hands are em- 
ployed. 



POTTERIES. 

Mr. William Campbell, established in 1859, situated on Garth st., 
employs scvcutecu bauds. This is the largest establishment of the kind 
in the country, and its wares are sold all over Canada. All kinds of 
earthenware, drain tile pipes, whitcware, &c., are manufactured here. 



SODA WATER MANUFACTURING. 

Mr. H. W. Bilton employs six hands, turning out abont 400 dozen 
daily ; established in 1862. Mr. Bilton occupies the brick premises ad- 

The liargest ^>tock of iShirtiiig Fiannels at C E, Peirce 
4& Co's. 



HAMILTON MANUFACTUKES. ,^01 

joining the pork packing establishment of Mr. Nash, on Market street, 
being 22 feet front by 100 in depth. 

Mr. E.. A. Pilgrim, steam soda water manufactory ; employs about 
eight hands during the season ; average per year 120 doz. per day. 



SASH, DOOR AND BLIND MANUFACTORIES. 

Mr. Michael Brennen, John street, established about 1S62 ; employs 
on an average ten hands ; steam power, fifteen horse. The building is 
stone, two stories high, 60 x 30 feet. 

Mr. J. Jeffrey employs twenty hands, steam power, six horse. 

Mr. C. "W. Kempster, established in 1857, employs eight hands, 
steam power, ten horse. 

Messrs. Sharp & 3Iurison, Bay street, employ a large number of 
men in the same line, and use steam power. 



TANNERS. 

Mr. James Brown, manufacturer of all kinds of light leather, buck, 
kid and sheep^ situated on King street, near East Avenue. 

Messrs. Humphrey & Newberry, Tyburn street, employ eight bands. 



WHIP AND WHIP-LASH MANUFACTURERS. 

Messrs. Gr. H. & H. A. King, established in 1863 ; employ 14 hands 
and an engine of four horse power, manufacturing exclusively for the 
Canadian trade. 



GOLD AND SILVER PLATING. 

Messrs. A. Howie & Co., do the most extensive business in this line 
in the West. Their premises are in the Royal Hotel Buildings, on Mer- 
rick street. 



FOUNDRIES AND MACHINE SHOPS. 

The foundry of Messrs. E. & C. Gurney; established 1843; is the 
most extensive establishment of the kind in the Dominion of Canada. 
The works are situated on John street bet King William and Rebecca. 
The buildings are brick, four stories high with basement, and are 130 
feet front by 50 in depth. The moulding shop, 190 by 66 feet; the 
store house, 40 by 100 feet, two stories high, built of brick; the car- 
penter shop is three stories high, and 24 by 70 feet The hoisting ap- 
paratus is operated by steam, and every improvement taken advantage 
of to save labor. A steam engine of twenty horse-power is used to pro- 
pel the machinery, and one hundred and sixty-five hands find constant 

Collars, Ties, Cufl's and iSiispenders, at Peirce «& Co's. 



302 HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 

employment in the various departments. They manufacture every 
description of castings, stoves, fire place grates, &c. The works are 
capable of turning out $200,000 worth of wares per annum. This firm 
has also a very extensive foundry in Toronto, where a large business is 
done in the same line. 

Messrs. D. Moore & Co. employ fifty hands, their works are on 
Catherine street, and were first established by E. Jackson Esq., in 1826 
— stoves, tinware, machinery castings and agricultural impliments are 
turned out by this firm to the value of near $150, 000 per annum, about 
100 hands find employment in the several departments. Their foundry 
is erected of stone, and is two stories high. The warehouse and 
counting rooms are at No. 98 King street east, here in connection with 
the tin and copper department is a pressing establishment where every 
description of tin and copper ware can be stamped any design, a steam 
engine of five horse power is used in this branch of their business. 

The McNab Street Foundry, carried on by Messrs- J. Stewart 
& Co., was established in 1845. They employ fifty men, and an engine 
of ten horse power — stoves, machinery, and general castings are made 
by them. 

Empire Foundry. — Copp & Brother, Bay street. This business 
was established in 1857. Large and substantial stone buildings have 
been erected on Bay street for the foundry and machine shops, in which 
forty hands find employment ; steam power, thirteen horse. This firm 
is very heavily engaged in the stove and tinware business. 

Mary Street Foundry. — Messrs, TurnbuU & Co., established their 
foundry in 1845, employ twenty men, use an engine of 7 horse power, 
and turn out $45,000 worth of machinery and castings per annum. — 
The works have the capacity of turning out castings from one to two 
tons in weight. 

Steam Engine and Boiler Works of Messrs. F. G. Beckett & 
Co., established in 1854. The premises occupy an area of two acres on 
Simcoe street, between James and McNab streets. The moulding shop 
is built of brick, 100 by 40 feet ; the machine shop brick, three stories 
high, 50 by 120 feet ; finishing shop two stories brick, 50 by 36 feet ; 
boiler shop two stories, brick 50 by 170 feet ; blacksmith's shop, 80 by 
36 feet ; wood shops and patern rooms, brick, two stories high, 40 by 
120 feet. Two steam engines of an aggregate power of thirty -five 
horse are used to propel the machinery. One hundred and twenty men 
are employed, and the works have the capacity of turning out an engine 
and boiler daily, besides all other machinery, consisting of lathes, drill- 
ing machines, planing machines, bolt cutters, steam hammers, oil 

The I^argest iytock of Oeniiemeu's Furnisliing Goods 
at C. E. Peirce & Co's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES STREET, HAMILTON. 



J. HUGGARD, PROPRIETOR, 




HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SADDLE, HTiIStRUNK, 



AND 

HARNESS MAKER, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 



WHIPS, SPURS AND TRUNKS 

OF ALIi KINDS, 



GOLD AND SILVER PLATING SHOP, 



MERRICK STREET, HAMILTON. ONTARIO. 

Tea Sels, Knives and Fofis, Spoons, Caslofs, Baskels, fie, 

Watches, Chains^ and All Kinds of Jewellery, 
GIIil>£D WITH KEATNESS AJfD DESPATCH. 

ALSO, 

Door Plates and Carriage Trimmings of every De- 
scription Done to Order. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BOOK 



AND 



JO 






iTER 



JAM£S STREET, 



All Orders Promptly attended to. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CITY ROPE WORiS. 



GEORGE COPELAND, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



ROPE, CORDAGE AND TWINE, 



OF 



EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



In Upper and Lower Provinces. 

MEAKINS & SONS, 

BRUSH MANUFACTURERS, 

AND 

KING ST. EA.ST, Hi^LMILTON. 



HAMILTON MANUFACTURES; ^-^05 

tanks &e. The beautiful engine in the new composite steamer ''Ar- 
cadia," built by Captain Malcomson of Hamilton,was built by Messrs. F. 
G. Beckett & Co. A steam hammer with a stroke or force equal to two 
tons is used in the works, 

HaiAiilton Iron Works. — Messrs. John Thomas & Co., proprie- 
tors, situated on Rebecca street, between John and Catherine, establish- 
ed 1851, manufactures steam engines, boilers, saw and grist mill ma- 
chniery of every description. Employ an average of 70 hands, use a 
steam engine of twenty horse power, and have facilities for turning 
out six steam engines with boilers complete per month. 

George Northey, engine builder and boiler maker established in 
1848, employs twenty-five hands, and an engine of fifteen horse power. 
The works are situated on the corner of Wellington and east Market 
streets, and consists of a two story stone building,one hundred feet fron- 
tage on Wellington, by forty feet depth on east Market street. The 
boiler shop is a one story building, on East Market, 100 feet by 40 feet. 
First-class steam engines and boilers are turned out by Mr. Northey who 
has a reputation second to none in Ontario. 



MALLEABLE IRON WORKS. 

The Hamilton Malleable Iron Works were established in 1864, by 
Burrow & Stewart, who manufacture all kinds of malleable and grey 
iron castings, and employ 6 horse-power steam, and 12 hands. 



STEEL SPRINGS. 

Mr. George Grayson established his works here in 1855. Six 
men are kept employed, and the springs made are considered the best 
in Canada. 



LOCK AND CABINET HARDWARE MANUFACTURERS. 

Messrs. Meakins & Sons commenced operations in this new line of 
manufacture in Hamilton in 1867. They employ a large number of 
hands, and use steam power. 



CABINET MANUFACTURING. 

Mr. James Reid established in 1841, has a very extensive furniture 
establishment on the corner of King and Bond streets. Mr. Reid gives 
employment to about twenty hands, and turns out the very best and 
finest description of furniture. 

Mr. Thomas Hill, established 1858, east side of John street opposite 
Prince's Square, manufactures and keeps for sale every description of 
furniture such as parlor and bed- room sets, bureaus, sofas, chairs &c. 

Shirts, Drawers, GIotcs and Hosiery at Peirce <& Co's. 

39 



306 HAMILTON MANUFACTURES. 

Messrs. Johnson & Jenkins occupy the premises corner of York and 
Bay streets. They give employment to seven hands, and use an engine 
of six horse power. Every thing in the line is here maunfactured. 

Mr. J. B. P. Stacy commenced business in this line in 18(37. The fac- 
tory is situated on Hunter street near Caroline, steam pov?er to the ex- 
tent of 14 horse is used, and employment given to eight hands. Cabin- 
et ware, chairs and upholstering of every description is made at this es- 
tablishment. The warehousa is on King street east. 



PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS. 

Messrs. Young & Bro. were established in 1845, and occupy the three 
story brick building on John street near the corner of King William 
street. This firm employs ten hands, and manafaclures all kinds of 
oil lamps, gas-fixtures and steam-fittings. Their business in this branch 
of industry, is about the most extensive in Ontario. 

Messrs. Hobson& McPhie commenced business here as plumbers, 
gas and steam-fitters, in 1867. The shops are on James street near 
Main ; they employ a number of hands, and are doing an excellent 
business. 

Mr. Henry Harding's establishment is on James street corner of 
Rebecca ; he employs about four hands, and has been in the business a 
great many years. 

Mr. James Adam, Hughson street, between King and William streets, 
has been engaged in the plumbing and steam-fitting business 
for a number of years. Employment is here given to a great many 
hands and superior work turned out. 

Mr. William Farmer is engaged in the business of plumbing, gas and 
steam-fitting, and deals in coal oil and lamps. His establishments are 
98 and 100, James Street North, and East side NcNab near Market 
Square. 



FLOURING MILLS. 

Mr. George Logan is agent at Hamilton for the Puslinch Mills, situ- 
ated in the village of Aberfoyle and established in 1863. Nine hands 
are employed at the Mills, steam and water power are used. The Mill 
contains four run of stones, and flour and oatmeal are manufactured. 

PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURERS. 

The Western Piano Forte Factory was established by Mr. Charles 
L, Thomas, in 1856, who employs thirty men, and turns out about 
S3venry-five pianos per apnum. The instruments manufactured here 
are of fine tone and excellent fioish, and considered second to no other 

Tiie lijirgest Stock of Shirting Flannels at V. E, Peirce 



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Cheques, Notes, Business Cards, Invoice headings, Labels, &c., print' 
ed in the highest stjle of the art, 

omDEii.s i>R,oi^:E>Tij"5r .a-xtei^ijeid to. 
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HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE I>EOr»LE'S 

NO. 6, JAMES STREET HJMILmN, ONT. 



HOGAN & O'NEILL, 

keep constantly on hand a 
^'^^^^fr^^^'^LARGE AND WeLL-SeLECTED StOCK, 

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GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, &C. 

All of which will be sold at extremely low prices, 

W. T. ECCLESTONE 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



CONFECTIONER, 

NO. 10, KING ST., 

Opp. the Large Fountain 

Temperance Drinks, Fruits, Ice 
Creams, &c., in their Season, con- 
stantly on hand. All kinds of Con- 
fectionery, Cakes, Fancy Biscuits, 
&c. Wedding and other Cakes made 
to order. 

SCr" Public and Private Parties sup- 
plied on the shortest notice. 

W. T. ECCLESTONE 

AVHOLESALE 

fijjir Manufacturer* 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 307 

instruments manufactured in the Dominion. None but the best work- 
men are employed in the establishment. 



MISOEi:.LA.ISrEOUS. 



PIANO-FOKTE DEALERS. 

Messrs. X. & S. Nordheimer, of Toronto and Montreal, have estab- 
lished an agency for the sale of the Steinway, Chickering and Dunham 
Pianos, and Mason & Hamlins Organs and Melodeons, at Mr. M. W. 
Attwood's Jewelery store, Royal Hotel Buildings. 



NURSERIES. 

The Rosedale Nurseries were established in 1850, by Messrs. John A. 
Bruce & Co., and are situated on Ferguson Avenue. In connection with 
the nursery is a seed farm, the whole comprising an area of from 50 to 
GO acres, 40 of which are used as the seed farm. Messrs. Brnce & Co. 
raise all kinds of farm and garden seeds, fruit and ornamental trees, and 
green house plants. About 20 hands are employed during the summer 
season. 



H^MILTOlSr 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Accountants. 

Findlay, Wm. F., James opp Fountain. 
Green, W. M., 3 King w. 
McLean, Hugh, James opp the Gore. 
Mason, John J., s w Kingccr James. 
Stevenson, James, n e cor King and James. 



Agencies. 

Outerbridge, A. E., Patent Electric Battery for steam boilers. Went- 

worth Chambers. 
Turner, James & Co., (A. H. Mickle k Son's, snuff), Hughson. 



Collars, Ties, CnffM and Mnspenders, at Peirce «fc Co's. 



308 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Agents, Ale. 

Sntherland, Angus, (Molson's), 50 King w. 
Turner, James & Co., (Wm. Dow & Co.). Hughson. 



Agents, Cartage. 
Hendrie & Co., King cor McNab. 



Agents, Commission. 

Abraham, Chas. F., 55 King e. 
Galbreaith, D. B., h s s Main cor Cherry. 



Agent, Consular, U. S. 
Boyce, D. R., office at G. W. R. Station. 



Agent, Emigration. 
Rae, Richard H., G. W. R. Wharf. 



Agent, Express. 
Irwin, John D., James opp Gore. 



Agents, General, 

Ambridge, T. A., 5 King w. 
Macnabb, D.A., Royal Hotel buildings. 
Moore & Davis, King William cor James. 
Stevenson, James, cor James and King. 
Whipple, E. S., John nr Rebecca. 
Young, George A., Royal Hotel buildings. 



Agents, House, Land and Estate. 

Ambridge, T. A., King bet James and McNab. 

Feamside, Edward C, East Market bet Stephen and Ashley. 

Findlay, W. F., James opp Fountain. 

Greer, David G., King bet James and Hughson. 

IMaclean, Hugh, James opp the Gore. 

Moore & Davis, King William cor James. 

Rastrick, F. J., Maria bet John and Hughson. 

Stevenson, James, n e cor King and James. 



The L.argest S^tock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods 
at C. E. Peirce «fc Co's, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 309 



Agents, Insurance. 

Ambridge, T. A., King bet James and McNab. 

Ball, Frederick A., King bet James and McNab. 

Benner, Kichard, Wentworth Chambers. 

Browne, E., Browne's wharf, foot of McNab. 

Clark, John & Co., John cor King. 

Crawford, W. G., Koyal Hotel Buildings, Merrick. 

Findlay, Wm. F., James opp Gore. 

Forbes, A. F., King William cor James. 

Garvin, James, 50 James north. 

Gregory, S. E., 35 King east. 

Jones, Charles T. & Co., Mechanics' Hall. 

McKeand, Archibald, 2 King west. 

McKenzie & Mackay, 9 King east. 

Mason, John J., King cor James. 

Mills, Isaac, James cor Main. 

Pringle, J. D., Wentworth Chambers. 

Proctor, John, Royal Hotel Block, Merrick. 

Smith, John & Co., King cor John. 

Wright, David, James opp Mechanics' Institute. 

Young, George A., Royal Hotel Buildings. 



Agents, Knitting Machines. 
Kilgour, J. & R., 57 King east. 



Agents, Passage- 
Armstrong, Charles, Hughson bet Main and King. 
Browne, E., Browne's wharf 
Herman, Wm., 39 King west. 
Murton, John W^., 9 James north. 
Proctor, John, Merrick. 
Wilson, Fred. M., 5 James north. 
Young, George A., Royal Hotel Buildings. 



Agents, Sewing Machines. 

Atkinson, Mrs, 71 King west. 

Bowman & Howe, James opp Mechanics' Hall. 

Kilgour, J. & R., 57 King east. 

Mendon, L. C, Royal Hotel Bnildings. 

For Gentlemeu's Clothing, go to C. £. Peirce dk. €o's 



310 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Agents, Shipping. 

(^See also Agents, Passage and Steamship.) 

Armstrong, Charles, Hughson bet Main and King. 

Birely, N. F., Brock near Bay. 

Knox, David, Merrick. 

McKay, ^neas D., foot of James. 

Proctor, John, Royal Block, Merrick. 



Agents, Steamship. 

Browne, E., Royal Mail Line, Browne's wharf. 

Herman, Wm., 39 King west. 

McKay, ^neas D., McKay's wharf 

Murton, John W., 9 James north. 

Proctor, John, Merrick. 

Wilson, Fred. M., 5 James north. 

Young, George A. , Royal Hotel Buildings. 



Agricultural Implements (Manufacturers and Dealers.) 

(See also Founders and Hardware Merchants.) 

Copp & Bro.. 15 John north. 

Sawyer, L. D. & Co., Wellington north of G.W.R. 

TurnbuU & Co., Mary cor Little Gore. 



Appraisers, 
Moore & Davis, cor James and King William. 



Architects and Civil Engineers. 

(^See also Provincial Land Surveyors.) 

Clark, Hutchinson, 23 Hughson. 

Hills, Albert H., Charles bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 

Leitch, Wm., West Ave. bet Wilson and Rebecca. 

Mundie, Wm., King near Catherine. 

Rastrick, Fred. J., Maria bet John and Hughson. 

Artists. 

Caddy, Capt. J. H., Main bet Charles and McNab. 
Davidson, Alexander, James cor Main. 
Pauling, Richard A., Weotworth Chimbers. 



The liargest Stock of Tweeds at Peirce's. 



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DEALER IN 



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WOOIi oil., BENZOIiE, 
avhol^sa-IjE and hexail. 

Corner of King and McN ah Streets, HAMILTOy, ONTARIO. 



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(Sign of the Indian Queen,) 
NO. 51, JAMES STREET, HAMILTON, ONT 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

J. B SMITH'S 

SELECT o'n flIO EVENING SCHOOL 



SPKCIAIi CLASSES FOR YOCWG I.ADIES'. 

3 is:iisrc3- ST. -v^est. 
Over A. Lawson & Co.'s Printing Office, 

HENEY GRIFFITH, 

82 King-St. East, opp. the Weslevan Female College, 
HAMILTON, ONT„ 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

FIRST-CLASS BOOTS AND SHOES. 

N. B.— All kinds of Ladies', Gentlemens', and Childrens' first-class 

W^OUK MA-DE TO OKDEH 

REMEMBER THE PliAOE— 83 King Street East. 

WINONA- 

PORK AND MEAT STORE. 




South Side York Street, near Caroline St., 

X3C -A. 3VE I Xj T O INT. 
K. S. BE:A.SLH:^ir. - - I»R,OP»niETOR.. 



Pork, Sausages, Meats of all kinds, and Vegetables delivered free of charge 
to any part of the City. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 311 

Assignees to Board of Trade, (OflB.cial.) 

Fiudlay, "Wm. F., James opp Fountain. 
Mason, John J., Kingcof James. 
Willson, F. M., 5 James north. 

Auction and Commission. 

Best, Andrews & Co., King cor John. 
Burrows & Bro., Merrick opp Market. 
Forbes, F. J. B., Anglo-American Hotel Block. 
Richardson, Thomas, Merrick nr James. 



Axle Manufacturer. 
Doty, John, York bet Bay and Caroline. 



Baby Carriage Manufacturers. 
Semmens, John & Co., Pearl nr King. 



Bakers and Confectioners. 

(5'ee also Fruit and Confectioners.) 

Aussem, J. H., Florence Block, King, 

Bateman, Wm., King nr Cathcirt. 

Beer, John, e s James nr Lind. 

Chilman, Isaac C, King bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Freeman & Bro., e s James north bet Lind and Henry. 

Harris, William, s s Market Square. 

Hill, Mark, McNab bet King and Main. 

Hooker, A., n s York bet McNab and Park. 

Hooker, George, s s York bet Park and Bay. 

King, Robert, John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Leegrice, John, John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Lees, Wi.liam, Main opp Court House. 

Love, David, John bet Peel and Augusta. 

McGolpin, John, 94 King west. 

Reeves, Arthur L., Walnut nr Peel. 

Sharp, Wm., John bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Spittal, Wm., Florence Block, Bay. 

Stevenson, George, Peel east of James. 



Banks. 



Bank of British North America, s s King bet James and Hughson. 
Bank of Montreal, s s King bet James and McNab. 



For every ibiog you wear, go €o Pcirce and Co's* 



312 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, King cor John. 

Gore Bank, King cor Hughson. 

Merchant's Bank of Canada, James corMain, 

Ontario Bank, King cor John. 

Koyal Canadian Bank, Canada Life Assurance Co's. Buildings. 



Bankers and Dealers in Exchange. 



Jones, Chas. T, A Co., Mechanics' Hall, 
Murton, John W., 9 James north. 
Steinger, J., Stuart bet Bay and Caroline. 
Wilson, Fred. M., 5 James north. 



Bank (Savings). 
Stinson's Saving's Bank, w s Hughson bet King and Kiug William. 

Barbers and Hairdressers. 

Bland, John H.,8 Hughson north. 

Brandum, B. B., 54 John south. 

Burns, Henry, 24 York nr Park. 

Cochrane, Josiah, 41 King west. 

Cockbin, Thomas H. , McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Dallyn, Joseph E., Royal Hotel. 

Dallyn, Charles, John nr King. 

Gaines, Joseph H., 24 Kingw. 

Francis, Wm. H., Hughson nr Times Office. 

Hooper, Samuel, 84 King e. 

Lucas, A. J., 55 James n. 

Mackintosh, Hugh, 84 King e. 

Sinclair, Isaac, 66 King w. 

Urry, Henry, Anglo American Hotel. 

Wilkinson, George, 8 York. 



Barristers, Attorneys and Solicitors. 

Adams, Robert W., James south opp Gore. 

Ambrose, William, 16 King east. 

Barr, John, James cor King. 

Barry, John, 8 King west. 

Burton, George William, Q. C, Canada Life Assurance Buildings. 

Burton & Bruce, Canadian Life Assurance Co.'s buildings, James. 

Bruce, Alexander, Canada Life Assurance Co.'s Buildings. 

Bruce, John Milne, 3 King west. 

Cahill, James, office City Hall, 



For Clothing made to order, go to C. E. Peirce dc €o's. 



DUNDAS ADVERTISEMENTS. 

THE DUIsTD^S 

"TRUE BANNER/' 




A REFORM JOURNAL* 

Is Published every Thursday Evening, 

And contains all the Latest News of the Day. 



TERMS : $1.50 per annum, in advance. 

fil 10)1 ©ffl^i 

IS THE MOST 

COMPLETE COUNTRY OFFICE IN CANADA 

A Large Cylinder Power Press having been lately added, and the Pro- 
prietor flatters himself he can do work equally as well and as cheap 
as any City Office in Ontario. 

JAMES SOMERVILLE, Editor and Proprietor. 

JAMES SOMERVILLE, 

FOR NORTH & SOUTH WENT WORTH. 

OFFICE : *'True Banner," Buihlings, Main Street, 

IDTJ3SriD-A.S3 OISTT*. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



mI m iT P y w\ l"^ f^\ ii 



34 KING STREET WEST, 
BETWEEN JAMES & McNAB STREETS, 



The Proprietor of this establishment has given satisfaction to the public 
for nearly eight years, and all persons who call for pictures in any 
BRANCH of the Art, will be perfectly satisfied. Pictures colored in 
the highest style of the Art. 

C. H. WRIGHT. 



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King Street West, between Bay and Caroline, 

HA^DMILTON, ONT. 

JAMES MACABE. - ■ PROPRIETOR. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 313 

Chisholm, D. B., Lister's Buildings, James. 

Chisholm & Lazier, Lister's Buildings, James. 

Craigie, Wm., Main bet James and Hughson. 

Crickmore, Charles Gr., Commercial Buildings Jamefi 

Duval, Henry, King Wm. bet John and Hughson. 

Ferguson, J. W.. King cor James. 

Freeman & Craigie, Main bet James and Hughson. 

Freeman. S. B., Main bet James and Hughson. 

Gage, Robt. R., King cor John. 

Geddes, "W. A., Wentworth Chambers. 

Gibson, John M., Wentworth Chambers, 

Holden, John R.. James south opp fountain. 

Irving, 2E., Q. C, G. W. R. office. 

Johnson, Wm., 3 James n. 

Kilvert, Francis E., Hughson bet King and Maiuj 

Law, R, N., James cor Merrick. 

Lazier, S. F., M.A., Lister's Buildings, James. 

Leggo, William, John cor King. 

Lemon, Chas., King cor John. 

McDonald, Walter R., James south opp Gore. 

McKeown, John, Commercial Buildings, James. 

Mackelcan, Francis, Wentworth Chambers. 

Mackelcan & Robb, Wentworth Chambers, James cor Main. 

MacKenna, John E., 22 John south. 

Martin, Edward, 2 King west. 

Martin, Richard, King west cor James. 

Martin & Bruce, 2 King west. 

Martin & Ferguson, King cor James. 

Mills, George, H., Wentworth Chambers, James cor Main. 

Mills, James H., Charles cor Main. 

Mills, William H., s s Main bet Queen and Ray. 

Munro, Richard, H. R., Main bet James and Hugbson. 

Kiblett, Charles W., Commercial Buildings, James. 

O'Reilly, J. Edwin, 8 King west, 

O'Reilly, 3Iiles, 8 King west. 

O'Reilly & O'Reilly, 8^King west. 

Osier & Osier, King east opp Fountain. ' 

Papps, George, S., L.L.B., King cor James. 

Pringle, James D., Wentworth Chambers. 

Proudfoot, Wm., Main bet James and Hughson. 

Proudfoot & Munro, Main bet James and Hughson. 

Robb, James, Wentworth Chambers. 

Sadleir, Charles A., Hughson bet King and Main. 

Spohn, Jacob Y., Commercial Buildings, James. 

Spohn, & Bell, Commercial Chambers. 

The liargest lytock of Gentlemen's Famishing Goods 
at C. E. Peirce <k Co's. 

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314 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Start, J. E., Commercial Chamberp. 
Thomson, James R. Hughsoa bet King and Main. 
Thomson & Kilvert, Hughson bet King and Main. 
Tiffany, Edward IJ., Hughson bet King and Main. 
Waddell, Robert R., s e cor King and John. 
Waddell, & Lemon, cor King and John. 
Wetenhall, Henry, Hughson bet King and Main. 



Base Ball Empormm. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 I^ing w. 



Basketmaker. 
Atkinson, William, 71 King w. 



Beef and Pork Packers. 



Nash, Samuel, Market cor McNab. 
Ontario Pork Factory, T'p. Barton. 



Bellhangers. 

(^See also Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters.) 

Farmer, Wm., 98 and 100 James north. 
Hennessy, Hugh, Hughson nr King William. 
Mason, Joseph, 96 King e. 

Bellows Makers. 

Dallyn, Jame?, Murray bet McNab and James. 
Dallyn, Joseph & Son, Murray cor James. 



Bent Stuff, Manufacturers of 
Harris, G. & Son, cor Bay and Stuart. 



Berlin Wool Dealers. 

(See also Faney Goods) 



Carpenter, E. & Co., 39 King west. 
Moodie, John, 36 King west. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 King west. 
Warry, Miss E. R., 16 King west. 



The Largest Stock of ISliirtiiig Flannels at €. E, Peirce 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H^MILTOIST 

SPRIIG BREWERY 



GRANT & MIDDLEWOOD, 

BREWEKS OF 

INDIA & XX PALE & XXX STRONG 

— ALSO — 

DEALERS IN BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS. 

83- AGENCIES IN STRATFORD AND PARIS. 

F. J. SCHRADER, 



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HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BROWN & BAUTZ, 

PRACTICAL LITHOGRAPHERS, 

Cheques, Drafts, Letter Headings, Promissory Notes, Bills of Exchange, 

Maps, Plans, Diplomas, Insurance Policies, Stock Certificates, 

Debentures, Show Cards, &c-, &c. 

.ALSO, 

LITHOGRAPHING ON TIN 

which for Show Cards are much more durable than Boards and nearly 

as cheap. 

Lithographic Establishment — Corner of James and King Wil- 
liam Streets, up stairs- 



STA-TIONERY, 

BLANK BOOK-MAKING, 

Super Royal, Ptoyal, Medium, Demy, Large and Small Post, Foolscap, 

Letter and Note Papers ruled and plain. Envelopes, Buff, Canary, 

Blue and White, Ink, Pens, Holders, &c. 

Manifold Writers, for taking Copies without a Press. 

Ledgers, Day Books, Journals, Cash Books, Bill Books, Metalic and 

other Memorandum Books, Blotting Folios and Pads, Ink-Stands, 

Gold Pens and Silver Holders, &c. 

STEREOSCOPES~AND SLIDES- 

Satchels, Backgammon Boards, Writing Desks, Playing Cards. 

School Books, Bibles, Prayer Books, 

Church Services, Hymn Books, and Miscellaneous Literature. 

WM. BROWN & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. James Street, opp. Mechanics' Hall, Hamilton. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 315 

Billiard Parlors. 

Egener, F. & Co., King bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Mann, A. F., 8 King west. > 

Royal Hotel Billiard Rooms, James P. Phelan, propr., Merrick cor James 

Taylor. John D., James opp Mechanics' Hall. 

Tecumseh House, J, Huggard, propr. 



Biscuit Bakers (Wholesale.) 

Chilman, Isaac C, King bet Bowery and Caroline. 
Pattision, Z., Cannon bet Park and Bay. 



Blacksmiths. 

Armstrong, Peter, King east bet Walnut and Wellington 

Campbell, George, King bet Walnut and Wellington. 

Hennessy, Hugh, Hughson, nr King William. 

Kavanagh, William, York cor Park. 

Leitch, John, John north, cor Rebecca. 

McGrath, Edward, James cor Tyburn. 

McKaig & Hislop, n s York bet Park and Bay. 

31innes, Thomas, Main bet Catherine and Walnut. 

Rodger, John, 1 York, 

Spier, Samuel & John, McNab nr Burlington Bay. 

Wall & McCarthy, John cor Tybnrn. 



Blank-book Manufacturers. 
(^See Book-binders and Blank-book Manu/acturert.') 



Boarding Houses. 

Austin, Mrs. E., Merrick bet Park and Bey. 

Aynsley, J. J., King bet Walnut and Wellington. 

Campbell, Mrs. Jaue, King bet Caroline and Bay. 

Cleary, Mrs. M. A., John cor Gore. 

Dallas, Mrs. J., 48 Hughson. 

Glass, Mrs,, Bay bet Sheaffe and Colborne. 

McPherson, Mrs., Park bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Miller, Mrs. Robert, Park cor Vine. 

Parker, Mrs. M. A., King William bet James and Hughson, 

Ross. Miss Jane, Bay n w cor Cannon. 

Spink, Mrs. Margaret, 3Iarket bet Park and McNab. 

Thompson, Mrs., Park bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Watson, Mrs. Ann, Park bet Colborne and concesiion. 

White, Mrs. A., cor Peel and Catherine. 

The liargest Stock of Tweeds at Peirce's. 



316 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Boat Builders. 

Bastien, H. L., Phelan's boat house. 
Stally, Martin, foot of James. 



Boilermakers. 

Beckett, F. G. & Co., Simcoe bet James and McNab, 
McAllister, David C, Zealand's wharf 
Northey, George, Wellington cor East Market. 
Thomas, John & Co., Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 



Boiler Compound. 
Forster, A. M., Stuart bet Mary and Catherine. 



Bookbinders aud Blank-book Manufacturers. 

Barnes, George & Co., James cor Market Square. 

Brown, W. & Co., 46 James north. 

Eastwood, J. & Co., King east opp Fountain. 

Haigh, Bichard, Spectator Buildings, cor Main and Hughson. 

Lawson, A, & Co., 3 King west. 

Munzinger, John M., York bet McNab and Park. 

Ruthveu, Peter, 51 Hughson. 



Booksellers and Stationers. 

Ballantine, R. M., 62 James. 
Barnes, George & Co., James cor Market Square. 
Brown, W. & Co., 46 James north. 
Eastwood, J, & Co., 16 King opp Fountain. 
Lyght, Joseph & Co., King cor Hughson 
McLellan, Donald, 26 King west. 



Boot and Shoe Manufacturers and Dealers (Wholesale) 

Garrett, John & Co.. King nr Bank of Montreal. 
McPherson, John, & Co., 51, and 53 King east. 



Boot and Shoe Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Aynsley, James J., King e bet Nelson and Walnut. 

Billington, John, n s Merrick bet Park and Bay. 

Britt, Edward, York cor Bay and Caroline. 

Carmichael, John H., King William between Hughson and John. 

Conley, Peter, 14 King William 

Cornor, Robert, York bet Park and Bay. 



Sbirts, Drawers, Gloves and Hosiery at Peirce «fc Co's. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 317 

Cusack, Wm., Mulberry bet James and McNab. 

Dayfoot, P. W. & Co., 52 King east. 

Debus, George, Jame north of Mulberry. 

Dicker, Wm., n s King bet Mary and Nelson. 

Edwards, Charles P., 88 King west. 

Elms, E., Hughson cor Tyburn. 

Fletcher, Joseph, York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Freeman & Mahony, 26 King east. 

Gilmore, Wm., 1 John north. 

Gorvin, John, Mechanics Hall Building. 

Griffith, Henry, 82 King east. 

Henery, John & Co., 62 King east. 

Hennessy, John, 60 King east. 

Hopkins, Robert, 8 James north. 

Kelly, Joseph, 74 James north. 

McCann, John, 99 James north. 

Molzahn, Charles, 89 King east, 

Mossman, Mark, Hughson cor Gore. 

Myers, Robert, James nr Barton. 

Parks. D., Lind bet John and Catherine. 

Robinson, Wm., John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Ruse, Mrs. M. A., 30 King west. 

Schwarz, Edward, 106 King west. 

Shire, Bernhard (carpet shoes), John bet Gore and Henry, 

Steel, George, 16 York. 

Thompson, Gregor, 82 King east. 

Tremlett, William, 20 King west. 

Widger, James, King cor McNab. 

Wills, J., 58 King east. 

Wilson, Robert, 40 John south. 

Woodley, Samuel, 22 James north. 



Bottlers, Ale and Porter. 

Craigie, James, 72 King east. (Dow & Co.'s.) 
Murphy & Murray, 78 King east. (Dow & Co.'s) 
Sutherland, Angus, 50 King west. Molson's. 



Bottle Manufacturers. 
Rutherford, G. & Co., Hamilton Glass Works, Hughson cor Warren. 



Box Manufacturers. 
Aitchison, W. & D., Bond near King. 
For Gentlemeu'^ Clothing, go to C, E. Peirce «fc Co's. 



318 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Braiding and Embroidery Pattern Stamps. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 King west. 



Brass Founders. 

Howie, A. & Co., Royal Hotel block, 
Lyall, John, York bet Park and Bay. 
Malcolm, Wm., Hughson cor Augusta. 
Young, H. & R., McNab nr Stewart's Foundry. 



Brewers. 



Bauer, Leopold, (Ontario Brewery), Catherine bet East Bay and Base 

Line. 
Beck, George, (Crystal Palace Brewery), King cor Margaret. 
Bell, John & Co., (Burlington Brewery), Catherine cor Tyburn. 
Eckhardt, Edward, western limits. 

Grant & Middlewood, (Spring Brewery), office Bay cor Mulberry, 
Kendall, Joseph, (Hamilton Brewery), Peel cor Catherine. 



Brickmakers. 

Bowden, Aaron, Canada nr Garth. 
Little, Alfred, Garth bet Main and King. 
Little, Vincent, Main nr western limits. 
New, Henry & J., Garth bet Main and King. 



Bristles, Russian, Importers. 
Carpenter, E. & Co., 39 King w. 



Brokers. 



Ambridge, T. A., King bet James and McNab. 
Crawford, W. G., Royal Hotel buildings, Merrick. 
Davis, John H. & Co., King bet James and Hughson. 
Forbes, A. F., King William cor James. 



Brokers (Second Hand.) 

Allen, Benj., 116 King e. 

Armitage, Wm., cor King and Caroline. 

Bates, Wm., 118 King e. 

Crockford, John, John nr Peel. 

Evans, Thomas, 91 King e. 

Jarvis, Mrs. John, King cor Cathcart. 

Kilroy, J., King William bet James and Hughson. 

For Clothiug made to order, go to C. E. Peirce «& Co's. 



HAMILTON ADYERTISEMEXTS. 



IVOK-THIEIT'S 



IfMl II' 



Q)1B, 




GEORGE NORTHEY, 



MASUFACTCEEB OF 



PORTABLE AND STATIONARY 

STEAM ENGINES 

AND BOILERS* 

AND ALL KINDS OF GEAEIXG FOR STEAM Oil WATER MILLS, 
Also 'manufacturer of 

SHINGLE, LATH & STATE MACHINES. 

ALSO 

DROPS FOR STAMPING SHEET METALS, ETC., ETC, 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

E AND LIFE. 

CAPITAL TWO iVIiLLIONS-STERLING. 



NOETH JOHN STREET, LIVERPOOL, - ■ - LOMBARD STREET, LONDON. 



Policies issued on all descriptions of Buildings or Property whether 

in Town or Country in safe localities- 
Rates as low as any responsible Office in the Dominion, or so far as is 

consistent with safety- 

€l!a?cis ^mmptl^ S©ttll©d wlth^^t R©f©(r©!iie© t@ imflandl. 



Xjx:e«x3 :b xiL .ifi. 3\r o zx , 

The Life Bonus paid to participating Assurers is the largest ever 
continuously declared by any Company in GreatBritain. 

Three fourths of the entire profits of this Branch are now divided 
amongst Policy Holders. 



HAMILTON BRANCH. 

OPPIC[rRo|al Builig Cofner James and Meffick Sis. 



THOS. 1>IJGGAN, M.D., «£0. A. YOUWG, 

MEDICAL EXAMINER. AGENT. 



Mill IftOTil lisiiMim €#„ 

AND 

AGENT MONTREAL OCEAN STEAMSHIP Co. 



OFFICE.-Royal Building Cor. James and Merrick Sts. 
Hamilton, Out. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. H19 



Largay, Michael, King William nr James. 
McGuire, Francis, King William near James. 
Mallary, Wm., John bet Peel and Augusta. 
Mutter, Mrs. Philip, King cor Cathcart. 



Brokers, (Stock, Bill and Exchange.) 

Forbes, A. F., n e cor King William and James. 
Jones, Chas. T. & Co., Mechanics' Hall. 
Murton, John W., 9 James north. 
Riddel, John, '20 King e. 
Steinger, Joseph, Stuart nr Bay. 
Willson, F. M., 5 James nr King. 



Broom Manufacturers. 

Easson, Allan, King cor Caroline. 

Mitchell, Thomas, 21 King w. 

Mugridge, C. W.; McNab bet Merrick and Vine. 



Brush Manufacturers. 

Burdett, Joseph, 35 King w. 

Green, Alfred J., 16 and 18, John n. 

Meakins & Sons, King bet Nelson and Cathcart. 

Mitchell, Thomas, 21 King w. 

Shill, John, Mulberry cor McNab. 



Builders and Contractors. 

Allan & Co., Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 
Chisholm, Robt., McNab bet Concession and Colborne. 
Clucas, Wm., s s Miles bet Caroline and Hess. 
Edgar, David, Locomotive cor York. 
Faulknor, Joseph, Broadway cor Pearl, 
Hancock, Wm., York bet Pearl and Lock. 
Jackson, Thos. Victoria ave cor Main. 
Kempster, C. W., Main bet Catherine and Walnut. 
Lister, Claude, Hughson bet Gore and Henry. 
Manning, F. E., Tyburn bet Cherry and Spring. 
Murison, Geo., Hughson cor Catherine. 
Richardson, Wm., cor Market and Caroline. 
Rigsby, Juhn, east Market bet Mary and Nelson. 
Sharp & Murison, Bay bet Merrick and Vine. 
Stevenson, Chas., 14 Wellington. 
Summers, Wm. W., Main bet Bond and Bowery. 
W^ebber, E. Maria near John. 



For eTery thing yon wear, go to Peirce and Co's. 



320 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Webster, James, Union bet Hughson and John. 
White, W. C, McNab, bet Cannon and Mulberry. 
Yates, Robt., Charles bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 
Yates & Garson, Duke near Bond. 



Building, Savings and Investment Societies. 

Canada Permanent Building and Savings' Society, Incor- 
porated, A.D. 1855. Head-office Toronto. Paid up capital SI, 000- 
000, Assets, $1,700,000. Directors, Joseph D. Ridout, President 
Peter Paterson, Vice President, J. G. Worts, W. C Chewett, S. 
Nordheimer, E. Rutherford, Edward Hooper, Joseph Robinson. Sec- 
retary and Treasurer J. Herbert Mason. Appraisers in Hamilton, 
Moore & Davis, corner James and King William streets. 

Western Permanent Building Society. 

T. Duggan, M. D., President ; Thomas Mcllwraith, Vice-President ; 
F. A. Ball, Secretary and Treasurer. Directors— Wm. McMillan, David 
Wright, W. B. Woods, E. S. Whipple, Chas. H. Stokoe. 



Building Stone Dealer. 
Appleyard, Thomas, Tyburn cor Walnut. 



Butchers. 



Anderson, William J., City Market. 

Arthur, Colin, City Market. 

Axford, George, n s Pearl cor King. 

Beer, Frank, King east of Walnut. 

Blake, William, City Market. 

Blum, Christoplier, King cor Park. 

Bond, James, City Market. 

Bond, Silas, City Market. 

Buckingham, Wm., City Market. 

Buckingham, Wm. jr., City Market. 

Cook, John B., City Market. 

Creed, James, King bet Cathcart and Wellington. 

Drake, James, City Market. 

Dingle, Joseph A., City Market. 

Dingle, James, John Street Market. 

Gardner, George, City Market. 

Harper, Andrew, City Market. 

Harris, Henry, John Street jMarket. 

Harrison, Henry, John opp Wood Market. 

Collars, Ties, Cnfis and i§aspenders, at Peirce & Co's. 



KAILWAY ADVERTISEMENT. 



IN N ORTH MISSO URI! 

THE HANNIBAL AND ST. JOSEPH 

OFFER FOR SALE 

o^^:ei?. 400,000 j^<r:JEtJE:^ 



OF THE BEST PRAIRIE 



^Mil 



IN THE W^EST ! 

SOLB IN 40 ACRE LOTS OR MORE, ON 

TfTO OR TEN TEARS CREDIT/ 

At prices ranging from $240 to $3, $4, $5, $6, ^9, $i2, 
$15, &c., averaging under $10 per acre. 

TWENTY PER CENT IS DEDUCTED 

from Ten Years Credit Price if fully paid in two years. 



Free Fare allowed to our Land Buyers from Hannibal. 



COLONIES. — Emigrants settling in Colonies will contribute greatly 
to each member's advantage. The large and choice bodies of Land 
offered, furnish them every facility. 

Particulars giving full information are furnished Gratis. 

Persons wishing to enlist their friends to emigrate with them, should 
apply for all they want to circulate. 

A Sectional Map, showing the exact location of the land?, is sold at 
thirty cents. 

Apply, by letter, or otherwise , to 

GEO. S. HARRIS, 

Land Commissioner H. & St. Jo. R.R . Hannibal, Mo, 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IL@lIff @ (^®lf Iff, 

MOUNT ST. MARY, HAMILTON, ONT. 

FOR THE 

EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES, 

UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF 

THE LADIES OF LORETTO. 



The Uniform of the House, which each Young Lady entering as a 
Boarder will require, is as follows ; — For summer : one light-blue dress, 
i'or winter : two dark blue cashmere dresses. She will also require two 
Dressing-Gowns, two black Aprons, one black and one white Lace Veil ; 
five changes of Linen ; Bed, Bedding, Knife, Silver Fork, Table, Des- 
sert and Tea Spoons; Six Table Napkins. 

The Annual Vacation will commence about the first week in July, 
and Scholastic Duties will be resumed at the end of six weehs. There 
will be an extra charge of $12 for pupils remaining during Vacation. 
Pupils will be received at any time during the year. No Boarder ad- 
mitted for a shorter period than six months, nor Day-Pupils or Half- 
Boarders for less than three. A month's notice is required, previous to 
withdrawing any young lady. Terms for Boarders paid semi-annually : 
Half-Boarders and Day Pupils, quarterly, in advance. 



Tuition in the usual branches of an 
English and French Education to 
Boarders, per annum $100 



Tuition in the usual branches of an 
English and French Education to 
Half-Boarders, per annum ..$50 00 



FOK DAT PUPILS PER QnARTER, AS FOLLOWS I 



Preparatory and First-Class .... $3 00 

yecond Class 4 00 

Third Class 5 00 



Fourth Class $6 00 

Fifth Class 7 00 

Sixth Class 8 00 



EXTRA CHARGES ARE AS USUAL, PER ANNUM AS FOLLOWS ; 

Piano $24 00 

Guitar 24 00 

Oil Painting 24 00 

German 12 00 



Harp and use of instrument, . . . $38 00 

Use of Piano 8 00 

Singing 16 00 

Italian 12 00 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY : 321 



Hill, Henry, cor Rebecca and Mary. 

Hill, Jasper, City Market. 

Hines, Chas. H., City Market. 

Hines, H. H., City Market. 

Lawry. H. J., City Market. 

Lawry & Stroud, City Market. 

Magen, Chris., City 3Iarket, 

Martin, Henry, City Market. 

Miller, John, Wilson bet James and McNab. 

Mills, James, City Market. 

Morriss, Lewis, King e nr Wellington. 

Morris, Philip, cor John and Lind. 

Muirhead, Walter, City Market. 

Page, James, York nr Bay. 

Passmore, Richard, City Market. 

Ramsay, Robert, City Market. 

Rodgers, Wm. H., outside City Market. 

Small, Thomas, Main bet Lock and Pearl. 

Wakefield, John, City Market. 

Wakeman, Thomas H., City Market. 

Ward, William, 33 City Market. 



Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers. 

Bolingbrooke, Chas., 90 King w. 

Dodsworth, John H., York cor Hess. 

Hill, Thomas, 32 John s. 

Jarvis, John, King bet Nelson and Cathcart. 

Johnson & Jenkins, Bay cor York. 

Langberg, Frederick, 83 King e. 

Meakins & Sons, King bet Nelson and Cathcart. 

Noyes, J. & Son, 112 King e. 

Reid, James, King cor Bond. 

Schumacher, George, Market bet McNab and Park. 

Stacy, James B. P., 71 King e. 

Wright, Wm,, West Ave bet King and East Market. 



Carpenters and Builders. 

Allan & Co., James cor Gore. 

Anderson, James, McNab nr Cannon. 

Balfour, Peter, Market cor Bay. 

Barlow, Wm. E., 52 John s. 

Butcher, Robert, Nelson bet East Market and Rebecca. 

Canning, George, 11 Wellington s. 

The liargest l^tock of Gentlemen-^ Furnishing Goods 
at €. £. Peirce & Co's. 

41 



322 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Carlisle, George, Caroline bet Napier and York. 

Chisholm, Robert, McNab bet Concession and Colborne, 

Edgar, David, York cor Locomotive. 

Fairweather, John, Main bet Bond and Charles. 

Gordon, Robert, Wellington, bet Peel and O'Reilly, 

Kempster, C. W., Main nr Catherine. 

Kerr, Alex., Mary bet Henry and Little Gore. 

Lister, Claude, 29 Hughson. 

Loekman, William, Little Market nr Pearl. 

McCurdy, J. & W., King William nr John. 

McMahen, Hugh, 20 vN ellington South. 

Manning, Frederick E., Tyburn nr Cherry. 

Mowat, Wm., Mary bet Rebecca and Henry. 

Murison, George, Hughson cor Catherine. 

Pj4t, Thomas, north end Hess. 

Phillips, David, Ferguson Ave., bet East Market and Rebecca. 

Richardson, William, Market bet Park and Bay. 

Sharp & Mnrison, Bay bet Merrick and Vine. 

Waterworth, John, Little Market nr Pearl. 

White, W. C., w s McNab bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Yates & Garson, Duke nr McNab. 



Carriage and Coachbuilders. 

Bridgewood, George, Tyburn nr Hughson. 
Cooper, H. G. & Co., Bond bet King and Main. 
Macabe, Thomas & Co., King west. 
Pronguey, J. P., Park cor Market. 



Carriage Axle Manufacturer. 
Doty, John, York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Carvers. 
Blandford, Henry, 59 James north. 
Jennings, David J., G. W. R. 
Marsden, Thomas, 50 James north. 
Thompson, James R., Maiden Lane cor Queen. 



Carriage Hardware and Trimmings. 
McGiverin, Edward, 56 King e. 



Chemical Manure and Bone Dust, Manufacturer of. 

Dalley Edwin A., Eastern Limits north of G. W. R., office s s York 
bet Queen and Ray. 

For Clothing made to order, go to D. E. Peirce dc Do's. 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

(M.^* ...^ g«i><» (rt CV, 



CLOYER km TIMOTHY SEEDS. 

NO. 66 COR JOHN AND KING STREETS, 






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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 323 

Chemists and Druggists. 
Marked thus (*) are Wholesale. 



*Bickle, T. & Son, 6 King e. 
Blaicher, Peter C, John south of Peel. 
*Briggs, G. C. & Sons, King William or James. 
*Dalley, Edwin, s s York bet Queen and Ray. 
^Hamilton, A. & Co., King cor James. 
Holbrook & Stark, King cor Hughson. 
Lawrence, Thos. & Co., Stinson's Block, King e. 
Meldrum, Henry, 74 King east. 
Moore, Lyman & Brierley, 14 King east. 
Moore, Lyman & Mundy, James nr King William. 
*WiDer, J. & Co., 25 King east. 



China, Glass and Earthenware. 

Marked thus ( * ) are Wholesale. 

Armstrong, Isaac, 20 York bet McNab and Park. 

*Bigelow, Albert, Hughson bet Main and Tyburn. 

Daville, T. W., 70 King west. 

Fletcher, George, John bet King and King William. 

Fraser, P. & Co., James cor King. 

*Skinner, James A. & Co., 37 King east. 

Thorn, William, 30 York bet McNab and Park. 



Cigars and Tobacco. 

(See also Tobacco Manu/ac hirers.) 

Marked tbus (' ) are Wholesale. 

*Birge, C. A. & M. B., 48 James north. 

Curtis, W. K., 66 King west. 

^Chilman, I. C, King west bet Bowery and Caroline. 

*Grover, Luther, 51 James north. 

^Knowles, Henry, Catharina bet Catherine and John. 

Lewis, Thomas, 88 King east, 

McDonald, David, Bay cor York. 

*Pattison, Z., Cannon bet Park and Bay. 

Pike, Richard, 12 King west. 

*Quimby, Alfred C, 43 James north. 

*Schrader, Frederick J., McNab bet Hunter and Bold. 

*Schwarz, Louis, 81 James north. 

The liargest »tock of Shirting Flannels at i;. E. Peirce 
A Co's. 



324 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Civil Engineers. 

^See also Architects and Surveyors.) 

Askins, A. H., G.W.R. 

Haskins, Wir>., city engineer, King cor West Ave. 

Hills, Albert H. , Charles bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 

Livingston, T. C, 4 Tuckett's Block, Bay. 

O'Keefe, D. C, 2 John south. 

Rastrick, Fred. J., Maria bet John and Hughson, 

Reid, George Lowe, (chief engineer, G.W.R.,) off railway offices. 



Clothiers. 

(5«e also Merchant Tailors.) 

Brace, Magnus, 7 James north. 

Foster, Charles, King cor McNab. 

Hogan, Jeremiah H., 68 King cor John. 

Hogan & O'Neill, 6 James north. 

King, William, 26 John south. 

Lawson Bros., 2 and 4 King n e cor James. 

Levy, Isaac. 22 King west and Market Square. 

Munro & Henderson, 28 King e. 

Murray, A. & Co., 18 King east. 

Peirce, C. E. & Co., James cor King William. 

Seaman, S. L., 19 York and King west. 

Smith, Donald, 40 King east. 

Soraerville, James H. & Co., 14 James north. 



Clothing, Wholesale. 

Lawson Bros., King cor James. 

Sanford, Mclnnes & Co., 47 and 49 King east. 



Clothing, Manufacturers of (Wholesale) 

Sanford, Mclnnes & Co., 47 and 49 King east. 

Cloths , Importers of 
Service & Wyld, King bet James and McNab. 



Coal Oils, (wholesale ) 
Canadian Coal Oil Co., 17 King west. 



For every thing you wear, go to Peirce and Co's. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 325 

Coal Oil and Lamps- 
Farmer, William, 98 and 100 James north, 
Fletcher, George, John bet King and King "William. 
Harding, Henry, James cor Rebecca. 
Hobson, & McPhie, s s Market Square. 
Kerr Murray A., 53 King west. 
McDougall, James, King cor McNab. 
Spencer, Henry, King William bet Hughson and Jame?. 
Tompkins, George, James near Murray. 
Young &Bro., 24 and 26 John north, cor King William. 



Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Bible, Robert, Main cor Charles. 

Browne, E., Browne's wharf. 

Knox, David, Merrick. 

Mackay, ^neas D., Mackay's wharf. 

Myles, Thomas, Myles' wharf, and Main cor Hughson. 

Proctor, John, Zealand's wharf 

Reid, Wm. & Co., Mary bet Henry and Rebecca. 



Coal Grates. 
Robbins, N. B., Mary near Wilson. 



Coffee and Spice Mills. 

Uoherty, Thomas A., w s Catherine bet Henry and Lind. 
Excelsior, Coffee and Spice Mills, Perkins and Clark, Catherine cor Re- 
becca. 



Commercial Schools and Colleges. 

Bruce, William, James opp Gore. 

Royal Dominion Commercial College, James cor King William. 



Commission Merchants. 

(See aho Forwarders, Shipping and Commission.} 

Benner, Richard, Canada Life Assurance Buildings, James, 

Best, Andrews & Co., King cor John. 

Clark, John & Co., John cor King. 

Crawford, W. G., Royal Hotel buildings, Merrick. 

Davis, John H. & Co., King east bet Jaines and Hughson, 

Duncan, & Galloway, s s Market Square. 

Evans, Robert, Royal Hotel Block. 

Collars, Ties, Cuffs and Suspenders, at Peirce <& Co's. 



326 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Fairgrieve, JoLn, McNab bet King and Market. 
Fearman, Fred. W., McNab near Market. 
Gilmour, Wm., James opp Gore. 
Gregory, S. E., 35 King east. 
Hammond & Routh, Koyal Hotel Block. 
Hardiker, John, w s James near Mulberry. 
Harvey, John, 1 1 King east. 
Knox, David, Merrick. 
McKenzie & Mackay, 9 King east. 
Macuabb, Duncan A., Royal Hotel buildings. 
Marshall, Geo., King bet Catherine and Maria, 
Pettit, J. H., 2 John s. 
Proctor, John, Merrick west of James. 
Smith, John, & Co., King cor John. 
Williamson, James, Brock near Bay. 
Willson, J. W., King cor John. 
Young, Maitland, jr., King east. 



Confectioners. 

(&« Bakers and Confectioners, also Fruit, Oysters, ^'c, ^c ) 

Aussem, J. H., Florence Block, King cor Bay. 

Chilman, Isaac C, Kins: bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Ecclestone, W. T., 10 King east. 

Gould, D. A., 64 James. 

Hooker, Abraham, 31 York. 

Hooker, George, York bet Park and Bay. 

McCann, Thomas E., 4 John south. 

Nicholls, Mrs., McNab bet King and Market. 

Pattison, Zaccheus, s s Cannon bet Park and Bay. 

Smart, Mrs. George, 42 John. 

Sneath, Mrs., 85 James north. 

Walker, Chas. L., 18 John south. 



Confectioners, (.Wholesale Manufacturers.) 

Aussem, J. H., Florence Block. 

Chilman, 1. C, King bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Ecclestone, W. T., 10 King east. 

Pattison, Z., Cannon bet Park and Bay. 



Contractors. 

Allan, Wm., Concession bet James and McNab. 
Chisholm, Robert, McNab bet Concession and Colborne. 
Hendrie & Co.. King cor McNab, 

The I^argest !$tock of Tweeds at Peirce's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. T. ECCLESTONE, 




WHOLESALE AND KETAIL 

jCONFECTIONER, 

NO. 10, KING ST., 

|Opp. the Large Fountain, 

tlA-IvIIXjTOlSr, OIsTT- 

Temperance Drinks, Fruits, Ice 
Creams, &c., in their Season, con- 
stantly on hand. All kinds of 
Confectionery, Cakes, Fancy Bis- 
cuits, &c. Wedding and other Cakes 

made td order. 
13= Public and Private Parties sup- 
plied on the shortest notice. 



W. T. ECCLESTONE, 

WHOLESALE 



KING SREET, HAMILTON, ONTARIO. 



THE PEOPLE'S 

NO. 6, JAMES STREET. 

HOGAN & O'NEILL, 

Keep constantly on hand a Large and Well-Selected Stock ol 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &c., 

AD of which will be sold at Extremely Low Prices. 




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BUSINESS DIRECTORYi 327 

MacDonald, Alexander, s s York bet Caroline and Hesp. 
Mullin, James, Main bet Cberry and ?pring. 
Stephenson, Charles, Wellington bet Peel and Tyburn. 
Taylor, John, Bowery cor Main. 



Coopers. 

Boyd, David, 10 John n. 

Faustman, Ernst, John bet Rebecca and Gore. 

Gordon, Wm., n s King William bet Hughson and John, 



Cricket Goods. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 King w. 



Dentists- 



Bogart, D. A., Hughson cor Rebecca. 
Chittenden, C. S., King e Corby's block. 
Filgiano, Theophilus Le P., n e cor James and King. 
Walker, A. A., D. D. S., 8 King e. 



Drum Heaters, Patent. 
North, Samuel, McNab nr Merrick. 



Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. 

Barnard, P. B. & H., 34 King west. 

Chadwick, John A., John nr King. 

Courtenay, John, Market Square. 

Crossley. John, James cor King William. 

Egan & Bartindale, 12 James n. 

Fowkes, Thomas, 11 King William. 

Holbrook, James, 22 King e. 

Hyslop, D. A., 15 James n. 

James, Geo., 16 James n, 

Lawson, Bros., King cor James. 

McMillan, Arch., Ray bet Broadway and Little Main. 

Magill, Charles, 76 King e. 

Murray, A. & Co., 18 Kinge, 

Peacock, John, e s McNab bet King and Market. 

Robertson, James, 20 King e. 

Ross, Andrew, Lister's Block, James. 

Roy, Robert & Co , James opp Fountain. 

Somerville, J. H. & Co., 14 James n. 

Stanbury & Co., 30 King e. 



tiihirte, Drawers, GloTes and Hosiery at Peirce dc Co's. 



328 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Thomson, Thos. & Co., 32 King e. 
Watkins, T. C, 10 James n. 



Dry Goods, (Wholesale). 

Buchanan & Co., King e cor Catherine. 

Chadwick, John A., John nr King. 

Frier & Dale, King bet McNab and Charles. 

Gates, F. W. & Co., Commercial Buildings, King w. 

Kerr, Brown & Mpckenzie, Kinge nr James. 

Mclnnes, Calder & Co., King cor John. 

Roy, Robert & Co , James opp Fountain. 

Walker, James, 33 King e. 

Young, Law & Co., McNab cor Merrick. 



Dyers and Scourers. 



Connor, James, 77 James. 
McLeod, A., James cor Cannon. 



Enamelers, Hollow Ware. 

Campbell, R. & Co., Mary Street Foundry. 



Engravers, Copper, Steel and Wood. 



Fell, Wm., s s Market Square. 
Scriven, P. L., 28 King w. 



Engravings. 
Marsden, Thomas, 50 James n. 



Envelope Manufacturers. 
Buntin, Gillies & Co. 23 King e. 



Express Companies. 
American Express Company, J. D. Irwin, agent, James opp Gore. 



Fancy G'oods. 

Barrows, Mrs. David T., 39 York. 
Carpenter, E. & Co., 39 King w. 
Oarrigan, Mrs. Helen, 10 King w, 
Dodson, Miss, 62 King west. 



For Gentlemeu's Clothing, go to O. £. Peirce <& €o's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AND 



COMMERCIAL ACADEMY. 

« ^ » 

W. BRUCE, PROPRIETOR. 



Is open for Young Men eyery Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 7 to 
9, p. m., for instruction in 

Business and Ornamental Penmanship, 

Book-Keeping, by Single and Double Entry, Correspondence, Phono- 
graphy, and Card Writing, Pencil and Crayon Drawing, &c., &c. 

Young Men who are employed in situations during the day will find 
ample facilities for improving themselves in the above branches. 

Connected with the Institution is a PATENT AGENCY OFFICE. In- 
ventors who wish patents for new inventions can obtain all necessary 
drawings and documents, and their business promptly attended to. 

23" Send for Circular, 

W. BRUCE, 

White's Block, King Street, Hamilton. Solicitor of Patents. 

huton & woon, 

m:j±;iicha.nt ta-Iloiis, 

Hughson Street, opposite ''Times" OflB.ee, 

Are prepared to offer a most Complete Assortment of Goods, suitable for any 
Season, comprising 

Alili THE 1.ATEST NOVEIiTIES IN STTI-ES. 

Silk Mixed, Fancy Cassimeres, and Doeskins. Also, Fancy Coatings in great 

variety, of the 

]Best TVest of £Iiig-la.iid IWCalfe^ 

Purchased in the English Markets for cash ; together with a large lot of 

Which they are prepared to make up in a style, and at such prices, that they are confident 
will give entire satisfaction. 

A CALL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 



A IKeat Assortment of Oents' Fnrnisliiiig Goods kept 
always on hand. 



HAMILTON ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



JOHN STREET NORTH, NEAR KING. 



OP EVERT STYLE 
EXECUTED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND THE LOWEST RATES. 



Having just obtained a 




NEW CYLINDER PRESS, 

One of the best printing machines made, 
AXD THE liARttEST JOB PRESS IN THE CITY, 

ALSO, HAVING 

CORDON'S LIGHTNING CARD PRESS, 

We are in a position to supply all samples of work required on as good 
terms and as expeditiously as any printing establishment in the Dominion. 



Is published every WEDNESDAY, on a Double Koyal sheet, by the Method- 
ist Episcopal Church in Canada, at !$3.00 per annum in advance. It is a 
religious, literary, and family journal, and though the property of the 
Church, is free from sectarian bigotry. Having an extensive circulation in 
almost every part of the Province of Ontario, particularly in the counties 
adjoining Hamilton, it is a very desirable medium for advertising. 



BUSINESS DlRECTORTi 329 



Donahoe, Mrs. John, 8 John s. 

Fraser, P, & Co., James cor King. 

Gardner, John, King bet Bond and Bowery; 

Green, John, King bet Mary and Nelson. 

Green, J. W., 28 King w. 

Levy, H. & A., John s. 

Mackintosh, Hugh, 84 King e. 

Moodie, John, 36 King w. 

Orr, Mrs. A., 14 John n. 

Pearson, James, 87 James n. 

Pearson, John & Co., 58 King w. 

Koberts, Mrs. Ellen, 44 John. 

Storror, P. M., King cor McNab. 

Warry, Miss E. R., 16 King w. 

Yale, Mrs. D. C, James nr Main. 



Fancy Goods, Importers of 

Boice, William & Co., 3 King e. 
Carpenter, E. & Co., 39 King w. 
Furner, G. H. & Co., D. Mclnnes' Block. 
Skinner, James A. & Co., 27 King e. 



Firemen's Hats, Caps and Belts. 
Kraft, Ernest, 5 and 7 York. 



Fist, Oysters and Game, (wholesale). 
Lee, George, 4 and 6 King w. 



Fishing Tackle. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 King w. 



Flax Brokers. 
McKenzie & Mackay, 9 King e» 



Flour and Feed. 

Allan, David, 9 and 1 1 York. 

Bampfylde, Charles, John bet Augusta and Catharina. 

Carruthers, John, 2 King William. 

Doran, Wm., King bet Nelson and Cathcart. 

Gillesby, Wm., w s John south of King. 



The liargest tHUtcU of Gentlemen's Fnrnisbing GoodK 
at C. E* Pelrce A Co's.' 

42 



330 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Hancock, Joseph, cor John and Peel. 

Hardy, Charles, McNab cor York. 

Harrison, Edward, 12 Johu south. 

Hill, Mark, McNab bet Kin^ and Main. 

King, Robert, John bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Land, Wm. agent, McNab nr King. 

Laws, John, King east nr Catherine. 

Lees, George, 16 John south. 

Little, John, cor King and Wentworth. 

Logan, George, agent. 76 King West. 

Lutz, James M., 11 and 13 York. 

McLean, George, 76 King west. 

Magee, Wm., e s James bet Stinson and Barton. 

Meston, Chas., 25 and 27 York. 

Morgan, W. & R., 22 and 24 John south. 

Morgan, Benj., Main bet Cherry and Walnut. 

Morris, John G., 25 York. 

Morris & Brc, 5 King William and Wellington cor east Market. 

Morrison, Thomas, John cor Wood Market. 

Ron an, & Bro., 2 York. 

Ryckman, John, King bet Hess and Qaeen. 

Sharp, William, John bet Tyburn and Peel.. 

Squire, C, 4 Florence block King w. 

Thorburn, James, John bet Peel and Tyburn, 

Youngman, Samuel, Merrick bet Park and Bay. 



Forwarding, Shipping and Commission Merchants. 

(See also Commission Jlerchants.) 

Birely, N. F., Brock nr Bay. 
Browne, Edward, Browne's wharf. 
Mackay, ^neas D., Mackay's wharf. 
Williamson, James, Brock nr Bay. 



Founders and Machinists. 

Marked thus (*) are brass. 

Beckett, F. G. & Co. , James nr Simcoe. 

Burrow & Stewart (malleable iron), Caroline bet Miles and York. 

Doty, John, (carriage, axles and boxes), York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Gurney, E. & C, e s Johu north bet King William and Rebecca. 

^Howie, A. & Co., Royal Hotel block. 

Moore. D. & Co., Catherine cor Lind. 

Northey, George, Wellington cor east Market. 

Stewart, James & Co., McNab cor Vine. 



For Clothing made to order, go toC. E. Peirce A; €)o's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 
EST-A-BXiISHEID 1844. 



CORRER OF 

Park and Market Sts., 
HAMILTON, ONT., 

J. P. PRONGUEY 

PROPRIETOR, 
Manufactures to order, atd keeps constantly on hand, all kinds of 

Coaches, Family Carriages, and Light Buggies ; 

ALSO 

Pleasare Sleiglis and Cutters of every Style. 

The best workmen only employed, and the b est material used. All work warranted. 

N.B. — Intending purchasers will find it of advantage to examine my stock 
before purchasing elsewhere. 

J. P. PROXGUEY. 

A. MURRAY & CO., 




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

DRY G^OODS, 

CLOTHING, 

SHAWLS, &C., &C., 
TVo. 18 DKing" Street Elast, 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMEMTS. 

CHARLES L. THOMAS, 

WESTERN PIANO-FORTE MAIUFACTORY, 




76 and 78 King Street West, Hamilton. 



These instruments will be found equal to any in the Market, and at 
Prices nach Lover than Imported Instruments of the game ^ Qaalityt 

EACH INSTRUMENT WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. 



Professors, Dealers, and the Public Generally, are Requested so Call and Examine. 
-♦♦-• 

TESXIIMONIALS. 

The following testimonial was received from J. P. Claek, Esq., Mus. Bac. : 
Mr, C. L. Thomas, 

Dear Sir.— It affords me the greatest pleasure to bear testimony to the excellence of 

the Piano-Fortes of your manufacture. I have not the slightest hesitation in saying that 

I consider them to be equal in every respect to those of any makers on this Continent, 

and I cannot doubt but that you will reap the reward your skill and enterprise deserve. 

October 26, 1859 Yours truly, J. P. CLARK, Mus. Bac. 



The following testimonial was received from the celebrated Pianist, M. Strackosh* 

I certify, with pleasure, that I have examined a beautiful Seven Octave Improved 
Metallic Framed Piano-Forte of the Western Manufactory, and that this Instrument was 
very superior in finish, tone and delicacy of touch. 

April 3, 1854. MAURICE STRACKOSH. 



Those Instruments received Prizes at different Exhibitions, and have never been 
exhibited without receiving a Prize, among which are the following : 

1850. 

The First Prize and Diploma at the Industrial Exhibition at Montreal, open to all 
British America. _ 

1853. 
The First Prize at the Provincial Exhibition held at Toronto. 

1856. 
The First Prize at the Provincial Exhibition held at Toronto. 

1859. 
The First Prize and Diploma at the Provincial Exhibition held at Brantford. 

1S60. 
The First Prize and Silver Medal at the Provincial Exhibition held at Hamilton. 

1864. 
The First Prize at the Provincial Exhibition held at Hamilton. 

1865. 
The First Prize and Diploma at the Provincial Exhibition held at London. 



BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 331 

Thomas, John, & Co., Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 

TurnbuU & Co., Mary cor Little Gore. 

* Young, H. & R., McNab nr Stewart's Foundry. 



Fruits and Confectionery. 



Aussem, J. H., Florence block, King w. 
Beckett, Wm., 64 James. 
Griffin, John, John opp Wood Market. 
Smallwood, George, 1-4 John s. 
Walsh, Mrs. James, 60 King west. 
Zwick, W. H. McNab nr King. 



Fruits, (Wholesale and Retail.) 



Lee, George, 4 and 6 King west. 
O'Callaghan, F., 12 King west. 



Furriers and Fur Dyers. 

Ash, Isidore, 33 King west. 

Bastedo, Walter, Wellington cor Henry. 



Furniture Manufacturers and Dealers. 

[See Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers 



Game (Wholsale;. 



Lee, George, 4 and 6 King west. 
O'Callaghan, F., 12 King west. 



Gas Fitters. 

[See Plumbers and Gas Fitters.] 



Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

(&« also Clothiers and [Merchant Tailors.) 

Egan & Jeffery, 8 King east. 

Foster, Charles, King cor McNab. 

Hogan, J. H., King cor John. 

Hogan & O'Neill, 6 James north. 

Peirce, 0. E. & Co., James cor King William. 

Storror, F. M., King cor McNab. 

iibirts, Drawers, Gloves and JBL osier j at Peirce «fc Co's. 



332 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Gilt and Stained Mouldings. 

Blandford, Henry, 59 James north. 
Marsden, Thomas, 50 James north. 



Glassware. 

See also China, Crockery, ^e. 

Kent, E. R., 74 King west. 

Skinner, James A. & Co., 27 King east. 

Glass Manufacturers. 
Hamilton Glass Works, Rntherford & Co., Hughson cor Warren. 



Gold and Silver Platers. 
Howie, A. & Co., Royal Hotel Buildings, Merrick. 



Grain Merchants. 

(^See also Produce and Commission Merchants.) 



Abraham, Charles F., 55 King east. 
Birely, N. F., Brock nr Bay. 
Davis, John H., 13 King east. 
Myles, Alfred, Bay. 
Waddell, Wm. W., 2 John s. 
Williamson, James, Brock nr Bay. 
Willson, J. W., King cor John. 



Grape Wine Manufacturer, 
Bauer, Henry, Main bet James and Hughson. 



Grate Manufacturers. 
Gurney, E. & C, John. 
Robbins, N. B., Mary cor Willson. 



Grocers, Wholesale. 
Brown, Gillespie & Co., King cor James. 
Buchanan & Co., King cor Catherine. 
Forster, G. J. & Co., King cor Charles. 
Harvey, Stuart & Co., 21 King east. 
Kerr, Brown & Mackenzie, King east. 
Perkins & Clark, cor Catherine and Rebecca. 
Turner, Jame s & Co., Hughson bet King and Main. 

For Gentleiueu's ClotMng, go to C £. Peirce <& €o*s« 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 333 

Grocers, (Wholesale and Eetail-) 

Ashbaugh, F. A., s s Market Square. 

Cherrier & Bro., s s Market Square. 

Cooper, R. C. & Co., McNab bet King and Market. 

Daville, T. W., 70 King west. 

Horning & Ryckman, e s McNab bet Market and King. 

Lottridge, J. W. & Co., James cor Market Square. 

Murphy & Murray, 78 King east. 

Osborne, James, James nr King. 

Sharpe & Secord, 31 King east. 

Sutherland, Angus, 50 King west. 

Truman, Wm., McNab, Market Square. 



Grocers, (Retail-) 

Ashbaugh, F. A., s s Market Square. 

Atchison, Wm., Napier bet Caroline and Hess. 

Barr, John, James bet McAulay and Picton. 

Bampfylde, Chas., McNab cor Mulberry. 

Beatty, 0., James cor Wilson. 

Blake & McCauley, Peel cor Cherry. 

Boase, Mrs. Jane, Caroline cor Napier. 

Boyd, Thomas, King William cor John. 

Bradshaw, James, James opp Market. 

Brookes, Charles, York bet Caroline and Hess. 

Campbell, Alex., York bet Park and Bay. 

Cherrier & Bro., s s Market Square. 

Colvin, Patrick, Hughson cor Wood. 

Cooper, Christopher, King cor Queen. 

Cooper, E. C. & Co., w s McNab bet King and Market. 

Co-operative Association, s s Market Square. 

Cox, John, King w. 

Craigie, James, 72 King e. 

Curry, Wm;, Walnut cor Peel. 

Dalley, Edwin, York bet Queen and Ray. 

Daville, T. W., 70 King opp Charles. 

Dillon, James, John bet Union and Wilson. 

Dillon, John, Bay n of Caroline. 

Dodman, James, cor Caroline and Hunter. 

Dodson, James, York cor Ray. 

Donahoe, John, 10 John s. 

Doran, William, King bet Nelson and Cathcart. 

Drenian, Mrs. Ann, 20 Hughson. 

Dudbridge, Benj., Elgin nr Henry. 

Duff, John, York bet Caroline and Hess. 

Fleming, John, Catherine cor Barton. 



For every thing you wear, go to Peirce and Co's. 



334 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Fraser, Wm., 9 John s. ^ 

Freeman & Bro., e s James bet Henry and Lind. 

Gildea, Chas. F., King cor Pearl. 

Gildon, Henry, East Market cor Nelson. 

Gillespie, Hugh, McNab cor Wilson. 

Gillies, Wm., King cor Pearl. 

Green, Richard, Ray cor Little Main. 

Harrison, Andrew, cor James and Barton. 

Harrison, Henry, John s. 

Hearn, Wm., King cor Lock. 

Henderson, Robert R., Ray bet Main and Little Market. 

Holleran, Patrick, cor Lind and John. 

Horning & Ryckman, McNab bet Market and King. 

Howick, Wm., Mary cor Rebecca. 

Hughes John cor McNab and Burlington. 

Izard, Wm., West Ave nr Henry. 

Jack. Wm., Park cor Colborne. 

Kain, Peter, cor Peel and Catherine. 

Kelly, Patrick, Willson cor Wellington. 

Kendall, Thomas, John bet Lind and Barton. 

Kent, Joseph, King cor Lock. 

Kerr, Alex., Mary nr Henry. 

Kinrade, H. E., cor John and Augusta. 

Lamond, Finlay, cor Mary and Rebecca. 

Lanphier, Wm. H., 66 King e. 

Leegrice, John, John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Little, John, cor King and Wentworth. 

Lottridge, J. W. & Co., cor James and Market Square. 

Lyle, Mrs. Martha, West Ave bet Henry and Wilson. 

Lyons, Wm., Tyburn bet Walnut and Cherry. 

McAllister, John, cor York and Caroline. 

McAllister, John, McNab bet Mulberry and Colborne. 

McAuliflfe, Jeremiah, Park cor Sheaffe. 

McAuliflFe, Patrick, cor Hughson and Guise. 

McCarthy, Dennis, King cor Wentworth. 

McCue, James, Ray cor Little Main. 

McDonald, John A., James opp Vine. 

McFadden, John, Hus'hson cor Wood. 

McHenry, Peter S., Park cor Cannon. 

McMillan, John, King nr Wentworth. 

McMillan, Arch., Bay bet Broadway and Little Main. 

Marshall, Joseph, King cor Queen. 

Monro, Hugh, Stuart cor James. 

Morris, Philip, cor John and Lind. 

Morris & Bro., Wellington cor East Market. 

Tlie liarsesi^ iStock of Tweeds at Peirce's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CITY OF HAMILTON 



H. & R. YOTJISrG, 



MAHUTACTUBERS OP 



ENGINEERS & PLUMBERS' 

McXAB STREET, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 

J. H. A.XJ S S EM. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

C # It f 1 € f I €) If i 

FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 



C01^ST.A.3SrXXj"2r OIT HA-ITID, 



ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Wedding and Private Parties Supplied. 
FLORENCE BLOCK, KING ST. WEST, 



HAMILTON ADYERTISEMENTS. 

SERVICE & WYLD, 

IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS 

IN 

BRITISH ANDFOREIGN CLOTHS, 

SCOTCH AND CANADIAN TWEEDS, 

KING STKEET, WEST, 

ZZ .^^ 3VE X Xj a* O IKT, OlSTT. 

ROBERT SERVICE. FRED. WYLD. 

D. GALBEAITH & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



AND IMPOETERS OP 



Warerooms — King Street, 
xi .^ iwfl: I Ij T o ]Nr, o 3sr T. 



SAMUEL J. MOORE, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



BETWEEN WILSON AND HE NRY S TRE E T S, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 335 



Morrison, Thomas, John cor Wood Market 

Murdoch, John, John cor Union. 

Murphy & Murray, 78 King e. 

O'Neill, Henry, York cor Pearl. 

Osborne, James, James nr King. 

Osborne, Mrs. Mary, Catherine bet Barton and Stinson. 

Padden, Patrick, cor Cherry and Maria. 

Park, Wm., John nr Main. 

Paterson, Peter, York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Peden, John. I'^ork cor Pearl. 

Pilgrim, Robert A., King cor Cathcart. 

Powell, Wm.. R., e s Bay bet Sheaflfe and Colborne. 

Priddis, John, McNab cor Vine. 

Riddle, John, cor Rebecca and Mary. 

■Ronald, Wm., 15 York. 

Ronan, Andrew, cor Stewart and Hughson. 

Ronan, Michael, cor Wellington and Henry. 

Ridler, Wm. , Wentworth bet Lock and Pearl. 

Ryckman, John, King bet Hess and Queen. 

Scott, Samuel, West Ave cor east Market. 

Secord & Davis, cor John and Main. 

Sharp, William, John bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Sharpe, & Secord, 31 King east. 

Sellett, Geo. H., 21 Rebecca. 

Smith, Geo. s s Market Square. 

Smith, Alex., cor John and Peel. 

Stapley, Edward, cor Wellington and Rebecca. 

Stevenson, George, Peel east of James. 

Sutherland, Angus, 50 King west. 

Thomson, John, cor Bay and Cannon. 

Travers, Denis, John bet Augusta and Catherine. 

Truman, Wm., McNab Market Square. 

Trumpeler, David, cor Wellington and Henry. 

Turner, Alfred, cor James and Simcoe. 

Walker, George, Bay bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

Walker, Miles, cor James and Augusta. 

Walker, Robert, s s l^'ork bet Queen and Ray.' 

Walker, William, Merrick cor Park; 

Williams, John, cor Peel and Walnut. 

Young, Charles, James north of Murray. 



Gunsmiths. 
Holland, James, John cor King William. 
O'Brien, Henry, John bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Leitch, John, John nr Rebecca. 



Collars, Ties, Cufi's and S^nspenders^ at Peirce A Co's. 



336 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Hams and Bacon, Curers of. 

(^See also Butchers.) 

Campbell, John, James bet Main and Tyburn. 
Fearman, F. W., McNab bet King and Market. 
Hardy, Charles, McNab cor York. 
Nash, Samuel, Market cor McNab. 



Hardware. 



Baine, John W., James opp Market. 

Chad wick, John A., John nr King. 

Hope, Adam, & Co., King cor Catherine. 

Kent, E. R., 74 King west. 

McGiverin, Ed., 56 King east. 

McGiverin, Wm., & Co., 13 and 15 James opp Gore. 

Magill & Bro., 38 King east. 

Ross & Smith, 54 King east. 

Wood & Leggat, n s King east of Hughson. 



Harnessmakers. 

\_See Saddle and Harnessmakers.'] 



Hats, Caps, Purs and Straw Goods. 

Angus, J. & J., 56 King west, 
Egan & Jeffery, 8 King east. 
Fielding, Joseph, King cor Bond. 
Glassco, Wm. H. & Son, 19 King east. 
Hitchcock, H. L., Henry bet Hughson and John. 
Hutchison, James, 3 James north. 
Mason, Thomas, 12 James north. 
Mills, Joseph, 7 James north. 



Hats, Caps, Furs and Straw Goods [Wholesale.] 

Galbraith, & Co., King bet James and McNab. 
Glassco, W. H. & Son, cor King and Hughson. 



Hay and Straw, Dealers in 

Smallwood, Alex., King William nr Mary. 
Waldhoff, William, Rebecca cor Hughson. 

Tbe liargest Stock of [Shirting Flannels at O. £* Peirce 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




OF 

lEIlg M» BIT 

i "f Si ^ 1 f io 

TORONTO, O. 



THOMAS BROWN, 

Proprietor. 



tAtHKlrt to TaiLtut* 



METROPOLITAN HOTEL. 

i^ND RESTA-UH^NT, 

Corner of James and Merrick, opposite Post Office, 
HAMILTON, ONT. 

WILLIAM NOBLE, PROPRIETOR. 



This house has been fitted up in a style unsurpassed. The choicest 
brands of Wines, Liquors, English Ales and Porters, Cigars, &c., always 
in supply. 

The larder will be supplied with game in its season, and every lux- 
ury the market affords. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE. 




DETROIT AND CHICAGO. 



Four Express Trains leave Detroil daily, Sundays Excepted, 

ON ARRIVAL OF 

Trains on Great Western and Grand Trunk Railways 
PROM THE EAST, 

IF'OaE^ C3KK3EOjflLC3r€>* 

MAKING DIRECT CONNECTIONS WITH 

Trains for Milwaukee, St. Paol, St. T^ouis, Omalia, IVorth 

Platte, New Orleans, and all Points West, Nortli- 

west and Sontb-west. 

Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains. 

The Michigan Central Railroad is acknowledged to be the MODEL 
RAILROAD OF THE COUNTRY, with its Palace Day Cars and 
Splendid Sleeping Coaches, all of which have six wheel trucks, making 

this the 
SAFEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE TO THE WEST. 

Tickets by this Route can be obtained at all Railway 
Stations and Ticket Offices in Canadu. 

JAMES F. JOY, President, Detroit. ' 

H. E. SARGENT, General Superintendent, Chicago. 

W. K. MUIR, Assistant General Superintendent, Detroit. 
C. E. MOBLE, General Eastern Agent, New York. 

C. SHEEHY, Passenger Agent for Canada» 



BUSDIESS DIRECTORY. 337 

Hides and Wool. 
Cuzner, John, 10 "York. 



Homoeopathic Pharmacy. 
Woolverton, Mrs. E. W., 86 King east. 



Hoop Skirt Manufacturers. 
Hawkins, George D. & Co., 54 King west. 



Horse Collar Maker. 
Brazenor, E. L., 120 King east. 



Hose (Fire) Manufacturers. 
Kraft, Ernest, "i'ork bet McNab and Park. 



Hosiery and Gloves. 

(jSee also Dry Goods.) 



Pearson James, 87 James north. 
Pearson John & Co., 58 King west. 



Hosiery Manufactiirers. 
Ancaster Knitting Company, off 2 King west. 



Hotels and Hotel Proprietors. 

American Hotel, F. W. Bearman, propr. King cor Charles. 
Anglo-American Hotel, cor McNab and Market, Henry McCracken. 
Balmoral House, T. Meldrum, propr, McNab cor Stuart. 
Barton House, Wm. Tindill, King cor Wentworth. 
Belnap, N. M., John nr King William. 
British Exchange, John Mordcn, York bet Park and Bay. 
British Hotel, Thos. Beatty, s e cor Main and John. 
Burlington Hotel, John Adkin, propr, Burlington Beach. 
Burlington House, John Foyster, James cor Burlington. 
Cit^y Arms Hotel, Wm. Yaldon, McNab cor Murray. 
Commercial Inn, Geo. J. Jennings, propr, 3IcNab cor Mulberry. 
Cook's Hotel, Mrs. Wm. Cook, propr, 64 and 66 King west. 
Crystal Palace, J. Kent, propr, King cor Lock. 

The liargest ^tock of Gentlemen's Fnrnishing Goods 
at C E. Peirce «fc Co's. 

43 



338 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Dennisop, Jonathan, Devonshire Arms, Bay cor Cannon, 

Devonshire Inn. George Rutley, propr, Wellington nr East Market' 

Dominion Hotel, Fred. Jeff, propr, s s Stuart opp G.W.R. Station. 

Dundurn, Inn, Mrs. Morgenroth, propr, York cor Lock. 

Dunphy, James, Cannon cor McNab, 

European Hotel, John Kerner, propr, 72 King west. 

Farmer's House, C. Reid, John opp Wood Market. 

Farmer's Hotel, Wm. Fitzgerald, propr, King opp Charles. 

Farmer's Hotel, John Sutterby, propr, McNab nr Merrick. 

Ford's Hotel, James Ford, 45 James n. 

Fountain Hotel, Samuel Easter, 36 James n. 

Fox and Hounds, Wm. Evans, York nr Bridge. 

Great Western Hotel, J. E. Dallyn, James cor Murray, 

Hamilton House, Thos. Marshall, cor John and Peel, 

Harkin's Hotel, John Harkin, propr, s s Market Square 

Huntsman Home, John Fitch, Burlington Beach. 

James Street Hotel, Samuel Maslin, James cor Cannon, 

Kemp, John, James opp Vine. 

Lynch, James, John cor Tyburn. 

McCarthy, Dennis, King William bet James and Hughson. 

McGlogan, Cornelius, King William bet James and Hughson, 

McGlogan, Patrick, Market Square and Hughson s. 

Malcolm, John, McNab bet Merrick and York. 

Maple Leaf Inn, Geo. H. Marshall, John cor Tyburn. 

IManchester Hotel, James Forrest, Bay bet Murray and Stuart. 

Market Hotel, Thomas Duffy, propr, McNab cor Merrick. 

Mechanics' Hotel, Mrs. Quinn, John opp Wood Market. 

Metropolitan Hotel, Chas. Hutton, cor Stuart and Bay. 

Metropolitan Hotel, Wm. Noble, James cor Merrick. 

Mountain View Hotel, Charles Price, propr. 

National Hotel, D. Rymal, 12 York. 

Nelligan, Dennis, John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Nelson Hotel, John Armstrong, propr, s s Market Square. 

Noble, Wm., Metropolitan, s w cor James and IMerrick. 

North American Hotel. 0. Nowlan, John cor King William. 

Ontario Hotel, Wm. Flook, s s Stuart opp G.W.R. Station. 

Ontario House, Jas. Arthurs, Merrick s s bet James and McNab. 

Orr, Daniel, Ship Inn, John bet Base and Guise. 

Palm's Hotel, Wm, Palm, King cor Bay. 

Poplar Hotel, Burlington Beach, John Dynes, 

Queen's Arms Hotel, F. Morrison, York nr Cemetery. 

Railroad Hotel, Moses Furlong, foot of James. 

Rob Roy, Michael Murphy, John cor Peel. 

R'^yal Hotel, S. Bronson, James cor Merrick. 

Shakspeare Hotel, J. B. Martin, s s Market Square. 

Rubber Coats and I^eggings at €, !E. Peirce «&; Co's, 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS, 



YOUNG & BROTHER, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IX 

COAL OIL LAMPS, 

CHIMNETS, WICKS, BURNERS, SHADES, 
AND 

Of all kinds and Varieties, which they offer at the Lowest Cash Prices. 

Also, PLUMBERS & GASFITTERS. 
John Street, Corner of King Wm. St. HADIILTUIV, 0. 



miM, mjwk siMQ)i 



-A.NX> 



BILLIARD H^LL 




Jas< P, Phelan 



Hotel BuMiDgs, Merrick St., HAMILTON, ONT, 



-♦- ^ I 



The Billiard Hall is furnished in first-class style, with four of Phelan's 
celebrated tables, and the Bar with the choicest wines, Uquors and cigars. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTA.BLISHEr) 1855 



I. PEARSON & CO., 



IlS/II^OIiTEItS OF 



FBSeCBPCd TmKlMv W@@LSe, YAKNIS, 1SR8ALL WAR1S,&©.» 
BASE BALL CLUBS AND BALLS, LACROSSES. 

Stamping for Braiding and Embroidery done to order in the Latest 

Styles. 

58 KING STREET WEStThAMILTON, ONTARIO. 

OPPOSITE F. W. GATES & CO. 



J. B. m:a.tte[£;^W"s. 




AND 



MARKET ST„ NEAR CORNER OF PARK ST., 
HAMILTON, ONT. 

FIRSr-CLJSS HORSES AND CARRIAGES TO LET, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 339 

Station Hotel, D. Henderson, Stuart opp Depot. 

Steamboat Hotel, C. J. Finley, McNab cor Burliogton. 

Tecumseh House, J. Huggard, James nr Merrick. 

Three Horse Shoe, Peter xMcCuUoch, York cor Park. 

Victoria House, s s King bet Catherine and Walput. 

Yictoria House, James Hiscox, John cor Catbarina. 

Volunteers' Hotel, James Macabe, King bet Bay and Caroline. 

Wentworth Hotel, Richard Creech, Hughson s of Main. 

Western Hotel, John McKee, 48 John. 

"Western Hotel, Samuel Smith, York cor Bay. 

Wexford House, Luke O'Brien, King bet Catherine and Mary. 

White Horse Inn, Peter Shannon, McNab bet York and Merrick. 

Yaldon, Wm., City Arms Hotel, McNab nr Murray. 

Yorkshire House, Wm. Dodd, 31cNab bet Park and Merrick. 

Young, K., Ontario Hotel, Prince's Square. 



House Furnishing Goods. 
(^See Hardware and Stove Dealers ) 



Ice Dealers. 

Berry, John, w s John, nr Hospital. 

Dewey Daniel 0., King bet Bowery and Caroline. 

Foyster, J., Burlington nr James. 

Moore & McCauley, cor Main and Catherine. 



Importers of Wools and Fancy Goods. 
Walker, James, 33 King east. 



Inspectors, 

Moore, John, (licenses) City Hall- 

McNair, Samuel, (weights and measures) City Hall. 

Sterling, George, (hides) Catbarina bet John and Hughsor^ 



Insurance Agencies^' 

JEtna Life Insurance Co.. Hartford, James Garvin, agent. 50 James n. 
^tna Insurance Co., Hartford, W. F. Findlay, agent, James opp Gore, 
Atlantic Mutual Life Ins. Co., J. W. Willson, agt.. King cor John. 
British America Ins. Co., Fire Department, E. Ritchie, agt., Post Office. 
British America Marine, A. F. Forbes, agt., cor James and King VVil 

Ham. 
Canada Life Assurance Co., A. G. Ramsay, F. I. A., manager, James 

nr Main, Isaac Mills, agent. 

Nhirte, Drawers, GloTes and Hosiery at Peirce & Co's. 



340 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Canada Farmers' Mutual Ins. Co., Commercial Chambers, James. 
City of Glasgow, (Life), R. Benner, agt., Canada Life Assurance Blgp. 
Commercial Union, of England,. J. J. Mason, C. K Murray and W. G. 

Crawford, City agents. 
Edinburgh Life, Isaac Mills, agt., Wentworth Chambers. 
Etna Fire Ins. Co., of Dublin, John Clark & Co., agts., John corner 

King. 
Gore District Mutual, (Life), D. Wright, agt., James north. 
Hartford Fire Ins. Co., A. McKeand, agt., 2 King 
Hartford Live Stock Ins. Co.. McKenzie & Mackay, 9 King east. 
Home District Mutual Fire Ins. Co., D. Wright, agt., James north. 
Home and Colonial, (limited), A. F. Forbes, agt.. King William, 
llome Inland Marine Ins. Co., James D. Pringle, agent, Wentworth 

Chambers. 
Home Insurance Co., New Haven, Conn., A. McKeand, agt., 2 Kingw. 
Imperial, (Fire,) R. Benner, agt., Canada Life Assurance Buildings. 
Lancashire Fire and Life, Isaac Mills, agt., Wentworth Chambers. 
Life Association of Scotland, A. F. Forbes, King William cor James. 
Liverpool and London and Globe Ins. Co., F. A. Ball, agt. 

T. A. Ambridge, acting agent, Kins^ bet James and McNab. 
London Assurance Corporation (1720), W. F. Findlay, James opp 

- Gore. 
London and Lancashire Ins. Co., W. G. Crawford, agt., Boyal Hotel 

Buildings. 
Montreal Marine Ins. Co., Maitland Young, jr., 35 King e. 
National Travellers' Ins. Co., New York, W. G. Crawford agt., Royal 

Hotel Buildings. 
North British and Mercantile, J. D, Pringle, agt., Wentworth Cham- 
bers. 
Phenix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y., E. Browne, agt., Browne's 

wharf 
Phenix Marine, McKenzie & Mackay, agents, 9 King east. 
Phenix Ocean Marine Insurance Co., of Brooklyn, N.Y., J. D. Pringle, 

agent, Wentworth Chambers. 
Phoenix Insurance Co., of London, Eng., Brown, Gillespie & Co., agts., 

King cor James. 
Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Con., W. G.. Crawford, 

agent. Royal Hotel Buildings. 
Provincial, (Fire), Isaac Mills, agent, for County of Wentworth, 

Wentworth Chambers. 
Provincial, Fire and Marine, J. D. Pringle, agt., Wentworth Chambers. 
Queen Fire Insurance Co., McKenzie & Mackay, 9 King east. 
Reliance Mutual Life Assurance Co., London, Eng., John Clark & Co., 

agents, John cor King. 
Royal Insurance Co., Geo. A. Young, agt. Royal Hotel Buildings. 



JShirts made to order at €. £. Peirce dc Co's. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 341 

* 

Scottish Provincial Assurance Co., J. D. Pringle, agent, TVentworth 
Chambers. 

Security Insurance Co., of New York, (Marine), S. E. Gregory, agent, 
King east, next door to Bank of Commerce. 

Travellers' Insurance Co., Hartford, A. McKeand, agt., 2 King west. 

Victoria Mutual, (Fire), Wentworth Buildings, TV. D, Booker, treasu- 
rer and secretary. 

Western Assurance Company, of Toronto. McKenzie and Mackay, 
agents, 9 King east. 



Insurance Agents. 

(See Agents Insurance.) 



Insurance Companies- 

Canada Life Assurance Co., A. G. Eamsay, F. I, A., manager, James 
nr Main. 

Victoria Mutual, (Fire), Wentworth Buildings, "W. D. Booker, treasu- 
rer and secretary. 



Iron Merchants, 

[See also Hardware.'] 
Hope, Adam & Co., King cor Catherine. 



Iron Founders- 

(5ee also Founders.) 

Beckett, F, G. & Co., Simcoe bet James and McNab. 

Burrow & Stewart, (malleable iron), Caroline bet Miles and York. 

Copp & Bro.. Bay cor York. 

Doty. John, York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Gurney, E. & C., John bet King William and Rebecca. 

Moore. D. & Co., Catherine nr Lind. 

Stewart, James & Co., McNab cor Vine. 

TurnbuU & Co., Mary cor Little Gore. 

Thomas, John & Co., Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 



Iron, Steel and Metals. 



Baine, John W., James opp Market. 
Chadwick, John A., John nr King. 
Hope, Adam & Co., King cor Catherine. 
McGiverin, Edward, 56 King e. 



liinen and Alapacca Coat^ at C £. Peirce <& Co's. 



342 CITY OF HAMILTON 

McGiverin, Wm. & Co., 13 and 15 James opp Gore. 

Magill, & Bro., 38 King e. 

Ross & Smith, 54 King east. 

Wood & Leggat, n s King, east of Hughson, 



Jewellers, Manufacturing. 

Attwood, M. W., Royal Hotel Buildings, James. 
Batty, Benjamin, 40 King w. 
Belling, James, w s James, bet King and Main, 
Rudel, Wm. Henry, Kiag cor James. 
Russell, Richard, James south opp Fountain. 
Steward, T. B., 12 King east. 



Jewellery, Dealers in. 

[See Watches, Clocks and Jewellery.} 



Knitting Company. 
Ancaster Knitting Co., office 2 King west. 

Lace and Embroidery. 

Pearson, John & Co., 58 King west. 



Lager Beer Saloons. 
Goering, J. W., James north. 
Grell, Lorenzo, 10 John north. 
Kerner, John, 72 King west. 
Mansfeld, Chas., 92 King east. 
Martin, Hubert, King w Florence block. 
Palm, Wm,, Bay cor King. 



Leaf Tobacco [Wholesale. 
Birge, C. A. & M. B., 48 James. 



Leather. Hides, Skins, Findings, &c. 

Beardmore, George L., King bet James and McNab. 

Crawford, John, cor East Market and Nelson. 

Cuznor, John, York bet Park and McNab. 

Fields, John C, 32 King west. 

Gunner, William, s s Market Square. ' 

Rauch, Joseph, 8 John north. '! 

€. E. Peirce «& Co., Merchant Tailor, James iitreet. ^; 

i 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

GENERAL AGENCLAND COMMISSION. 

OF ALL KINDS 

M Woodwofki Caffiage aod Wagon Furoishings, 

KIMS, SPOKES, HUBS, SPRINGS, AXLES, BOLTS, 

f@=* Top andL I>aslx Leatliers 

Enamelled Duck, Drill and Sheeting, Pipe Boxes, Moss, 
Sea Grass, Varnish, &c., 

^ctt^val piwliuMe ill MI its ^vmichesi/ 



(5 

KING ST. EAST, HAMILTON, ONT. 
Xo. 56, - - i^ign of the Mauiniotli Pad Lock. 

JOHN C. CROCKER, 

DEALER IN 

DRT GOODS, GROCERIES, &C. 

POST OFFICE STORE— CARLISLE, ONT. 



WILLIAM DAVIS, 



AND 

BUILDER, 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

m:a.rjs: hill, 

bakery, flour and feed store, 

McNAB STREET, 
HAMILTON. ONT, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Bread, Crackers, Bread Rolls 
Victoria and Albert, Elgin, Abernethy, Arrowroot, Pic- 
nic, Cabin, Soda, Digestive and Wine Biscuits. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOE CASH. 




Itabks. 






79 JAMES STR££T. NORTH, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 

GEORGE BURNESS & CO., 



FAST HORSES AND FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 343 

Linen Draper. 

•* Fowkes, Thos. 11 King William. 

jf 

Lithographers. 

Brown, & Bautz, King William cor James. 
Eastwood, J. & Co., King east opp Fountain. 
Light, Joseph & Co., King cor Hughson. 



Livery and Sale Stables. 

Bevier, Dennis, 77 King west. 

Burness, Geo. & Co., James bet Merrick and Vine. 

Coutts, Andrew, Main nr John. 

Darrow, John, Rebecca bet James and Hughson. 

Mathews, Joseph B., s s Market nr Park. 

Nowlan, 0., cor John and King, William. 

Temple, John & Co., Catherine bet King William and Rebecca. 



Lock Manufacturers. 



Meakins & Sons, King nr Cathcart. 
Meakins, Geo. H., Cathcart. 



Looking-Glass Plate. 



Blandford, Henry, 59 James n. 
Marsden, Thomas, 50 James north. 



Lumber Merchants. 

Chisholm, William, James cor Colborne. 
Edgar, William, Caroline cor York. 
Powell, T. S., Hughson bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Ross, Samuel F., Napier bet Hess and Queen. 



Machinists. 

(^See also Founders.) 

Beckett, F. G., & Co., Simcoe nr James. 

Doty, John. York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Howie. A. & Co., Royal Hotel block. 

Leitch, John, John nr Rebecca. 

McAllister, D. C, Zealand's Wharf. 

Northey, George, Wellington, cor King "William. 

Stewart, Jas. & Co., McNab Street Foundry, McNab cor Vine. 



All Ooods Warranted at €. £, Peirce Jk €o's. 



344 fCITY OP HAMILTON 

Thomas, John, & Co., Hamilton Iron Works, Rebecca bet John and 

Catherine. 
Turnbull & Co., Mary Street Fonndry. 



Machinists Blacksmiths. 

Brayley, James, top of Mountain. 

Hennessy, Hugh, Hughson s of King William. 



Malleable and Grey Iron Manufacturers. 
Burrow & Stewart, e s Caroline bet York and Miles. 



Manufacturers' Agents. 

Dunstan, R. Jewell & Co., (British and Canadian manufacture,) Royal 
Hotel Buildings. 



Marble Cutters and Dealers. 

Day & McComb, Merrick cor Bay. 

Hurd & Roberts, York junction of Merrick. 

Rice, M. E., cor Park and Merrick. 



Marriage Licenses (Issuer of). 
Ambridge, Theodore A., King w bet James and McNab. 



Melodeon Manufacturers. 

Thornton & Green, Florence Block, Bay. 
White, Thomas W., King w cor McNab. 



Merchant Tailors. 

{See also Clotkien.) 

Bruce, Magnus, 7 James n. 

Evans, Daniel, 89 James n. 

Fester, Charles, King cor McNab. 

Furnivall, Thos. Geo., 58 James. 

Gray, Robert, James nr Main. 

Herron Joseph, 4 John n. 

Hogan, Jeremiah H. & Co. , 68 King e. 

Huton & Woon, Hughson bet King and King William. 

Kendel, Francis, 104 King w. 

King, Wm., 26 John s. 

Lawson Bros , King cor James. 



O. E. Pelrce «fe Co., James Street, Merchant Tailor 
and Outfitters. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

BURLItfGTON COACH FACTORY. 




th:om:_^s m:a.oa.be & co., 

AKE NOW MANUFACTURINa 

CARRIAGES, WAGGONS, &C., 

Of the most approved designs, and, as they are practical ■workmen themselves, they can 
guarantee FIRST CLASS WORK. 
Carriage!» Waggons and Sleighs from their Factory have invariahly carried off prize* 
at the Provincial Exhibitions. They have also sent carriages to (Jreat Britain, the 
East Indies, and other foreign countries. Those requiring articles of their manufac- 
ture, are respectfully request ed to call and examine for themselves- 
THOMAS MACABE. CHARLES THOMSON. 



J. ^V. GMiEEN, 

28 KING STREET WEST, 

In returning thanks for past favors, wishes to 
announce that in connection with his 




FANCY BAZAAR, 

he has opened a select and well-assorted stock of 

WATCHES, CLOCKS, PLATED WARE & FANCY GOODS, 

At prices defying competition. Rubber Chains, Necklets, Cuffs, Brt. celets, 
Ear-rings. Brooches, and Toys of all descriptions constantly in stock. 

Particular attention paid to cleaning and repairing Watches, Clocks, and 
Jewellery. Electro-plating and Engraving also done in a manner that will 
give satisfaction. iCfRemember No. 28 King Street, west of James Street. 

J. W. GREEN. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



«iilil i E@1M1I, 



IMPORTERS OF 



DRY GOODS, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 



KING STREET, CORNER CATHERINE. 

JAMES SIMPSON: 

AND 



McNAB STREET, 

NEXT DOOR TO YOUNa, LA.W & CO'S, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORTi 345 



Milbora, Robert, James opp the Gore. 

Munro & Henderson, 28 King e. 

Murray, A. & Co., 18 King e. 

Peirce, C. E. & Co., James cor King Wllliatn. 

Smith, Donald, 40 King e. 



Military Equipments, 
Kraft, Ernest, York bet McNab and Park. 



Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

{See aho Dry Goods iind Millinery.) 

Camithers, Miss, 67 King w. 

Dodson, Miss, 62 Kingw. 

Donahoe, Mrs. J., 8 John s. 

Heys, Mrs. J., James bet Lind and Barton. 

Johnston, Mrs. Jacob, John bet Peel and Tyburn. 

Lawson Bros., King cor James. 

Miller, Miss A., McNab nr King. 

Mills, Joseph, 7 James n. 

Murray, A. & Co., 18 King e. 

Sillett, Mrs., 23 Rebecca. 

Towersey, Mrs. Joseph, 9 King William. 

Yale, Mrs. D. C, James nr Main. 

Young, Miss J., 73 King w. 



Millinery [Wholesale]- 
Furner, G-. H. & Co., D. Mclnnes' Block. 



Millwright. 
Lawrie, Thomas, Murray bet James and McNab. 



Music and Musical Instruments^ 



Attwood, M. W., Royal Hotel Buildings. 
Brown, Wm. & Co., 46 James n. 
Grossman, Peter, 61 James n. 
White, Thos. W., 38 King w. 



Music, Professors of. 

Ambrose, Roberts., Augusta cor Hughson. 
Beckett, C, n s Henry nr Hughson. 

The liargest l^tock of Oentlenieu's FarnishiDg Goods 
at €• £. Peirce & €o's. 

44 



346 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Burgess, John, Hugbson bet Tyburn and Peel. 
Crowther, W. T., Market bet Park and Bay. 
Eichhorn. Max., Hess cor King. 
Fossier, Julius, John bet Catharina and Maria. 
Hurrell, Jasper P., Main bet McNab and James. 
Jennings, D. J., James bet Barton and Lind. 
Kelk, Edward, James s of Stuart. 
Kelk, William, Maria cor Walnut. 



News and Periodical Depots. 

Ballantine, R. M., James s of Post Office. 
Barnes, George & Co., James cor Market Square. 
Brown, W. & Co., 46 James north. 
Eastwood, J. & Co., 16 King east. 
Jjyght, Joseph & Co., King cor Hughson. 



Newspapers and Periodicals. 

Banner of Faith (Religious), published monthly, printed at Spectator 

office. 
Canada Christian Advocate, John street, Rev. Gr. Abbs, editor. 
Craftsman (Masonic), semi-monthly, published by T. & R. White, 

Spectator office. 
Hamilton Evening Times, (daily, evening, and weekly), C. E. Stewart 

& Co., Hughson. 
Hamilton City and County of Wentworth Directory^ (annual), James 

Sutherland, editor and compiler, 3 King west. 
Messenger (semi-monthly), devoted to the Temperance cause, drawer 69 

Hamilton P. 0. 
Spectator (daily, morning and weekly), T. & R. White, Spectator bigs. 



Notaries Public. 

See Barristers, Attorneys, Solicitors, ^'c. 



Nurserymen- 
Bruce, John A. & Co., 52 King west. 
Hamilton Nurseries, Warren Holton, propr, King cor Wellington. 



Official Assignees. 

{See Assignees to Board of Trade, Official) 



Oil Manufacturers and Refiners. 
Canadian Oil Company, 17 King west. 



I^hirts, Drawers, Gloyes and Hosiery at Peirce & Co's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS 



Pi 
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^VHITE'.S 



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PIANOS, SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS. 

Specifications of Church Organs, and Price List of Cabinet Organs and 
Melodeons, famished on ajiplication to 



d& King Street IVest, - 



- - - HAMILTON, ONr. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

BOOK -BINDER! 

BLANK BOOK, BOX MANUFACTURER, 

AND 

TIP PRINTER! 

]Main Street, N'ear Huglason, 
Special attention given to the Binding, and correct and full Lettering of the new series of 

LAW REPORTS AND ALL LEGAL WORKS. 




R. CAMPBELL & CO 

MANUFACTURERS 

OF ALL KINDS OF h' 



SINKS, f 



WATER CLOSETS, 



URINALS, 




Sale Kooms 114 King Street East, 

HAMILTON, - - . - ONTARIO. 

ROBERT CAMPBELL. WM. TURNBULL. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 347 

Organ Builders. 



Thornton & Green, 3 Florence Block, Bay. 
White, Thomas W., 38 King west. 



Oysters and Game (Wholesale) 
Lee, George, 4 and 6 King west. 
O'Callaghan, F., 14 King west. 



Paints, Oils and Varnishes, (Coachmakers') 
McGiverin. Edward, 56 King east. 



Painters, House, Sign and Ornamental. 

Armstrong, Walter, cor Main and Cherry. 

Atkinson, Joseph, Wellington nr Willson. 

Barker & Lemessurier, Main bet McNab and James. 

Briers, Thomas, e s Catherine bet Gore and Henry. 

Cook, William, Vine nr McNab. 

Davis, William, John bet Lind and Barton. 

Edgcomb, 0. W., King cor Catherine. 

Fitzpatrick & Bro., 33 York. 

Freeborn, Thomas, cor Willson and Elgin. 

Holcomb, W. H., 24 Hughson. 

Mathews & McMenemy, McNab bet King and Market. 

Pentecost & Son, King nr McNab, 

Way, James, East Market cor Mary. 



Paper Box Manufacturers. 
Haigh, Richard, Spectator Buildings. 



Paper and Envelope Manufacturers. 
Buntin, Gillies & Co., 23 King east. 



Paper Bag Manufacturers. 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., 23 King east. 

Cunningham, McKichan & Co., Charles bet King and Main. 

McKichan, John R., McNab nr Kihg. 



Paper Hangings. 

Barnes, Geo. & Co., James cor Market Square. 
Eastwood, J. & Co., 16 King east. 



C E, Peirce & Co., Merchant Tailors, Jaiiie.% Street. 



348 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Fitzpatrick & Bro. , 33 York. 

Lyght, Joseph & Co., King cor Hughson. 

Way, James, Mary cor East Market. 



Patent Medicines. 

Bliss, Horace C, Wellington bet Henry and Little Gore. 
Briggs & Sons, King William nr James. 
Dalley, Edwin, York bet Queen and Ray. 
Galbreaith, John, Hughsoa cor Augusta. 
Kennedy, James, Merrick opp Market. 



Photographers. 



Cox, John, 8 King east. 
Eckerson, Luther, 7 James north, 
Milne, Eobt., James n. 
Wright, C. H., 34 King west. 



Physicians and Surgeons 

Bates, James, Gore bet Hughson and John. 

Billings & White, James cor Henry. 

Case, William J. A., King cor Walnut. 

Davis, D., Merrick bet James and McNab. 

Crooker, T. M., James bet Main and Tyburn. 

Devlin, James, A., Park bet Merrick and Vine. 

Donnelly, G. J., Head of Walnut. 

Fergusson, John W., (Homoeopathic), Gore bet James and Hughson. 

Hamilton, John M., R. N., Bay cor McNab. 

Henwood, Edwin, Main bet James and McNab. 

Laing, James B., Cannon bet Park and Bay. 

McNiece, Wm. J., McNab cor Mulberry. 

McTaggart, Miles F., Park bet Merrick and Vine. 

Macdonald, John D., w s James bet Hunter and Bold. 

MacKelcan, Geo.-L., Gore bet James and Hughsoa. 

MacKelcan, John, Gore bat Hughson and James. 

Mackintosh, David, John nr Henry. 

Mason, John, J., Augusta bet James and Hughson. 

Mullin, John A., w s James bet Cannon and Mulberry. 

O'Reilly, Charles, City Hospital. 

Reid, Alexander C., cor Hughson and Rebecca. 

Ridley, Henry T., s e cor Main and Charles. 

Rosebrugh, J. W., James bet Maiden Lane and Hunter. 

Ryall, George, Main nr Catherine. 

Ryall, Isaac, Main nr Catherine. 



liinen and Alapacca Coats at €. li, Peirce &> Co*s, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORT 349 



Strange, Henry, King cor Mary. 

Vernon, Elias, w s James bet Hunter and Bold. 



Piano-Forte Manufacturers. 

Knott, John, Main cor Catherine. 

Thomas, C. L., Western Piano-forte Factory, 76 & 78 King west. 



Piano-Fortes, Dealers in 

Attwood, M. W., Royal Hotel Buildings. 
Brown, Wm. & Co., 46 James north. 
Grossman, Augustus, 61 James north. 
Thomas, C. L., 76 & 78 King west. 
White, Thomas W., 38 King west. 



Picture Frame Manufacturers. 



Blandford, Henry, 59 James north. 
Marsden, Thomas, 50 James north. 



Planing Mills. 

Aitchison, W. & D., Bond bet King and Main. 
Brennan, Michael, rear of 10 John north. 
Kempster, Chas. W., Main bet Catherine and Walnut; 
Semmens & Co., Sophia bet Inchbury and York. 
Sharp & Murison, Bay bet Merrick and Vine. 



Plasterers, 

Chambers, D., Bay nr Concesson. 

Connolly, Patrick, Little Market nr Lock. 

Coumbe, George, 70 Rebecca. 

Dow, David, Caroline bet Main and Maiden Lane. 

Dow, Robert, Little James west of Queen. 

McKay, Robert, Caroline cor Robinson. 

Mitchell, A. A., Little Market bet Pearl and Lock. 



Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. 

Adam, James, Hughson bet King and King William. 
Farmer, William, 98 and 100 James north. 
Harding, Henry, James cor Rebecca. 
Hobson & McPhie, James cor Main. 



C E. Peirce «fe Co., James Street, Merchant Tailors 
and Outfitter.^. 



350 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Malcolm, Wm., cor Hughson and Augusta. 
Young & Bro., John cor King William. 



Pork Dealers- 
Baker, James, City Market. 
Beasley, Richard S., York bet Bay and Caroline. 
Bowers, J., York bet Park and Bay. 
Burridge, James, McAllister's Block, York. 
Campbell, John, e James, south of Main. 
Clarke, Thomas, e s James bet Stinson and Barton. 
Cuff, Robert C, 60 Market Shed. 
Langberg, John, John north of Peel. 
Martin, P., cor John and King William. 
Mills, James, City Market. 



Pork Packers. 

Campbell, John, James s of Main. 

Davies, John T., Isaac Atkinson, manager, Wentworth nr G. W. R. 

Martin, P., cor John and King William. 

Nash, Samuel, Market cor McNab. 



Portrait Painters. 

Davidson, Alex., Wentworth Chambers. 
Pauling, Richard A., Wentworth Chambers. 



Potash Manufacturers. 

Forbes, Alexander, Barton cor Wellington. 
Judd & Bro., w s Bay bet Cannon and Vine. 



Potter. 
Campbell, Wm., Garth nr Duke. 



Powder Manufacturers. 
Hamilton Powder Company, James cor Main. 



Printers (Book and Job). 
Canada Christian Advocate, John bet King and King Williamj 
Lawson, A. & Co., 3 King w. 
Raw, Robert, jun., 8 James. 
Stewart, C. E. & Co., Times office, Hughson bet King and King William. 

White, T. & R., Spectat or office, Hughson cor Main. 

Shivi» made to order at C. E. Peirce «fc Co's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. BO W^ES- 




IDESrSTTIST. 

(liieentiate of Dental Snrgery,) 

OFFICE:— On the North-West Corner of King and 
John Streets, Hamilton, Ont. 



R. & J. CROCKETT, 

SILVER I>LA.TERS 

McNab Street, 2nd Door North of King Street, 
HAMILTON, ONT- 



CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE. 




joKcisr aoRviN, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 



0€)f S 4 



# 



James Street, oppotite Gore, Hamilton, Ont. 
Repairing neatly executed. All orders promptly attended to. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS, 

1 iVJcGIVERIN & CO., 

IRO^, STEEIi, l.EAI> AISTD COPPER 

IMPORTERS OF 



HA-MilLTON, ONT. 



H. W. BILTON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

mott and 3mi 

SODA. "VSTATJilR, 

ALSO THE GELieMTEi SINSB 





THIS BEVERAGE 

Is pronounced superior to all otter Summer Drinks for its wholesome 

properties. 

Market Street, West ofMcNab, HAMILTON, ONT. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 351 

Printers [Copper-plate.] 



Catchpole, George, 8 Rebecca. 
Fell, Wm,, s s Market Square. 



Produce and Commission Merchants, 

(^See also Commission Merchants.) 

Abraham, Charles F., 55 King e. 

Davis, John H. & Co., King e bet James and Hughson. 

Duncan & Galloway, s s Market Square. 

Fairgrieve, John, McNab bet Kng and Market Square. 

Garrett, James S., Wentworth Chambers. 

Lottridge, J. W. & Co., James cor Market Square. 

Petti t, J. H., 2 Upper John. 

Smith, John & Co., King cor John. 

Waddell, Wm. W., John nr King. 

Williamson, James, Brock nr Bay. 

"Willson, J. W., King cor John. 



Provision Dealers. 

(jSee also Grocers and Provision Dealers.) 



Fearman, F. W., McNab nr Market. 
Hardy, Charles, York cor McNab. 
Sutherland, Angus, King nr McNab, 



Provincial Land Surveyors. 

[See also Civil Engineers and Surveyors.'] 

Blythe, Thomas A., s s Bold bet James and McNab. 
Caddy, J., St. V. Wentworth Chambers. 
O'Keefe, D. C, cor King and John. 



Pump Maker. 
Anderson, William, Grove bet Liberty and Wellington. 



Railway Cartage Agents. 
Hendrie, & Co., King cor McNab. 



Restaurants. 

[See Saloons.'] 



Rubber Coats ami leggings at C. E. Peirce <fc Co's. 



352 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Rope and Twine Manufacturers. 

Copeland, Geo., Wellington bet Henry and Barton. 
Main, Alexander, & Co., Mary cor Oak. 



Saddle, Harness and Trunk Makers. 

{See Trunk Manufacturers.) 

Field & Davidson, 18 James north. 

Jolley, James, Prince's Square, John. 

Kraft, Ernest, 5 and 7 York bet McNab and Park. 

McKeown, Hugh, John south nr Peel. 

O'Heir, Peter, 5 John north. 

Philp & Robertson, James s nr King William, 

Stewart, Geo,, 42 John. 

Torrence, Thomas, John cor Tyburn. 



Saddlery Hardware. 

(See also Hardware Merchants, 

Field & Davidson, 18 James north. 

McGiverin, Wm., & Co., 13 and 15 James opp Gore. 



Sail Loft. 
Grant, W. W., Bay bet MoCaulay and Burlington. 



Saloons and Hestaurants. 

Black, Daniel, prop. Club House, e s James north of P. 0. 

Colvin, Peter, w s McNab bet King and Market. 

Cricketer's, Thomas Gillesby, propr., Market nr Park. 

Dewey, John, Hughson bet King and King William. 

Fleming, John, Catherine cor Barton. 

Forest, Thos., Bain prop. James opp Mulberry. 

Goering, John W., 53 John north. 

Grcll, Laurence, John nr King William. 

Heffeman, Patrick, 90 King east. 

Hogben, Henry, " Shades Bestaurant" 60 James. 

Lee, George, 4 and 6 King west. 

McCann, E., Thos., 6 John s. 

McDonough, Luke, King William bet James and Hughson. 

Malcolm, John, McNab opp Market. 

Noble, Wm., " Metropolitan," James cor Merrick. 

Roach, Geo., G. W. R. Station. 

Robinson, Hall, Wm. Carey propr. Market Square. 

AU tioods Warranted at €. £, Peirce A Co's. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Q)flS! EfQ)¥lSI! 




R YlfiHY liASSS ASS^STMlffHT 



OF 



For Wood, or Ooa^l, 

AT THE 

STOVE AND TIN WAREHOUSE. 

Nos. 134 & 136, Florence Block, King St. West, 

HAMILTON, - -. ONTARIO. 

M. HOWLES. 



N. B,— All Kinds of Shee^ Brass and Copper Work, Manu- 
factured to Order. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN DRT GOODS, 
HAMILTON, - - - ONTARIO. 



Wool Dealefs, Commission Mefclianls and Bfokersi 

Next Door to the Gore Bank. 

J. H. DAVIS. H. BURKHOLDER. 

Cash Advances JH ade on Consignments. 

RILEY'S HOTEL, 

MAIN STREET, DUNDAS, ONT., 
I>, B. IMLIE^ - Proprietor. 



This First-Class Hotel is centrally located, and has lately been 
enlarged and thoroughly refurnished. 

THE TABLE IS ALWAYS SDPPLIED WITH THE DELICACIES Of THE SEASON, 



Carriages to and from the Depot on Arrival of Each, T^rain. 

No pains will be spared by the Proprietor to render it. in every respect, 

X« X DEI. S •Z* - O Xj\^. & S . 






BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 353 

Royal Hotel, Jas. P. PhelaD, propr. 

Schaupp, John, Bay bet Concessioa and Stinson. 

Smallwood, George, 14 John south. 

Sneath, Mrs. 85 James north. 

Taylor, John D., James opp Mechanic's Hall. 

Williams, Chas. F., "Shades Saloon," Prince's Square, Main. 

Winckler, Julius. 18 York, 

Young, Thomas, 20 John south. 



Sash, Blind and Door Manufacturers- 
Brennen, Michael, rear 10 John north. 
Kempster, Christopher W., Main bet Catherine ond Walnut. 
Semmens & Co., Sophia nr Inchbury. 
Sharp & Murison. e s Bay bet Merrick and Vine. 



Sausage Makers. 

[See also Butchen.'] 
Blum, Christopb, Park cor King. 
Morriss, Louis, 32 City Market. 



Scale Makers. 
Gurney, Ware & Co., 88 James north, office John bet King William and 
Rebecca. 



Schools, Private. 
Amery, John F. F., B. A., Temperance Hall, McNab cor King, 
Glackmeyer, Mrs. E., Park n e cor Sheaffe. 
Smith, James B., 3 King w. 
Urlin, Mrs. A. E., James bet Peel and Augusta. 



Seal Engravers. 
Fell, Wm., s s Market Square. 



Seedsmen and Florists. 

Bruce, John A. & Co., 52 King west- 
Cooper, R. C. & Co., INIcNab bet King and Market. 
Gillesby, Wm., w s John s of King. 
Hardy, Charles, McNab cor York. 
Morgan, R. & W., 22 John south. 



Sewing Machine Manufacturers. 
Wanzer, R. M. & Co., James cor Vine. 



All Goods TVarranied at C £, Peirce & Co's. 

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354 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Sewing Machines, Dealers in 

A'kinsoD, Mrs., 71 King w. 

Bowman & Howe, James opp Mechanics' Hall. 

Kilgour, J. & R., 37 King east. 

Mendon, L. C, 2 Royal Hotel Buildings. 

Ship Builder. 
Robertson, A. M., Zealand's Wharf. 



Ship Owner. 
Browne, E., Browne's Wharf. 

Ship Smiths. 

McAllister, D. C, Zealand's Wharf. 
Spears, Samuel & John, foot of McNab. 

Shirt Collars, Ties, &c. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 King west. 

Shirt Manufacturers. 
Peirce, C. E. & Co., James cor King William. 



Show Case Manufacturers. 
Howie, A. & Co., Royal Hotel Buildings. 

Silver Platers. 

Crockett, R. k J., n e cor McNah and King. 
Howie, A. & Co., Royal Hotel Buildings. 

Silversmiths. 

[See Jewellers, Manufacturing.'] 



Small Wares [Importers of]. 
Boice, Wm. & Co., 3 King e. 



Soap and Candle Manufacturers. 
Judd, W H. & Bro., Bay bet Cannon and York. 
Morton, David, Emerald s of Main. 
Walker, James, Main cor Bowery. 



liiinen and Alapacca €oiits at €. E. Feircp * Co's. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 3^ 

Soda Water Manufacturers- 



Bilton, Henry W., Market nr McNab. 

Pilgrim, R. A., King e bet Walnut and Wellington. 



Stationers [Wholesale]. 
Buntin, Gillies & Co., 23 King e. 



Steamship Agencies and Agents. 

Anchor Line to Glasgow, F. M. Willson, agent, 5 James n. 

Chaflfey, Geo. & Co. 's. Line of steamships and barges, John Proctor, 

agent, Merrick and Commercial \Vharf. 
Cunard, Line, C- T. Jones & Co., agents, James n. 
Hamburg American Packet Co., Wm. Herman, agent, 39 King w. 
Inman Line to Liverpool and Cork, F. 3L Willson, agent. 5 James n. 
Jacques, Tracy & Co.'s Line of steamers, John Proctor, agent, 31errick 

and Commercial Wharf. 
London and New York Steamship Co., J. W. Murton, agent, 9 James 

north. 
Montreal Freight and Passenger Line, xE. D. Mackaj, agent, McKay's 

wharf. 
Montreal Ocean Steamship Co., Geo. A. Young, agent, Royal Building. 

James. 
National Steamship Co., to and from Queenstown and Liverpool, J. W. 

IMurton, agent, 9 James north. 
New York and Antwerp, Wm. Herman, agent, 39 King w. 
North American Steamship Co., for California, (opposition line), J. W. 

Murton, agent, 9 James north. 
North Grrman Lloyd, Wm. Herman, agent, 39 King west. 
Pacific Muil Steamship Co., to San Francisco, California, Australia, 

New Zealand, China, and South American ports, via Panama, F. 

M. Willson, agent, 5 James north. 
Royal Mail Line, between Hamilton and Montreal, J. W. Murton, agt., 

9 James north. 



Steam Engine Builders. 

[See also Founders and Machinists.'^ 

Beckett, F. G. & Co., Simcoe bet James and McNab. 
Nor they, George, Wellington cor East Market. 
Thomas, John & Co., Rebecca bet Catherine and John. 



Steel Spring Makers. 
Grayson, George, Bond bet King and Main. 

Shirts, TIrawerH, GloTes and Hosierj^ at Peiro<>t & Co'n* 



356 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Storage, Forwarding & Shipping. 

Birely, N. F., 55 King east. 
Browne, E., Browne's wharf. 
Mackay, M. D., Mackay's wharf. 
Proctor, John. Commercial wharf 
Williamson, J., Brock nr Bay. 



Stove, Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Manufacturers & Dealers. 

[Marked thus [*] are Wholesale.'] 

Bingham, A., McNab bet King and Market. 

Bowron, A. & Son, King William nr James. 

-l^Copp Bros., 15 John north. 

Farley, John, McNab bet King and Market Square. 

*Gurney, E. & C, John bet King William and Rebecca. 

Hannan & Bro., John nr King ^ illiam. 

flowles, Mathew, Florence block. King w. 

*Moore, D. & Co., King east nr Catherine. 

Morrison, Joseph B., 7 north John. 

North, Samuel, McNab nr Merrick. 

Smith, George, McNab cor Cannon. 

^Stewart, James & Co., McNab cor Vine. 



Straw Goods (Wholesale.) 

Galbraith & Co., King bet James and McNab. 
Furner, G. H. & Co., D. Mclnnes' block. 



Tailors and Drapers. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 

Fraugott, Richard, 26 York. 

Gallagher, Robert, York bet Bay and Caroline. 

Howard, Wm. H., 10 Rebecca. 

Karschner, John, 23 York. 

Milborn, Robert, James opp Gore. 

Myers, James, 42 John s. 

O'Neill, Arthur, John bet Peel and Tyburn, 

Roddick, Wm., e s James bet Stinson and Stuart. 

Seaman, S. L., 19 York and 20 King w. 

Vogt, John, John nr Main. 



Tailors' Trimmings (Wholesale.) 
Service & Wyld, King w bet James and McNab. 

Shirts made to order at C. E. Peirce «fe €o's. 



BUSINESS DIKECTOKY; 357 

Tanners and Curriers. 

(iSfee also Leather Dealers. 

Brown, James, East Ave nr King. 

Humphrey & Newberry, Tyburn bet Spring and Cherry. 



Tinmen's Tools and Materials. 

Moore, D. & Co., King nr Catherine. 



Tinmen's Tools and Machines [Manufacturers of.] 
Moore, Samuel J., Mary bet Little Willson and Henry. 



Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron, &c. 



Bingham, A., McNab bet King and Market. 

Bishop, J. B., King William e of Hughson. 

Farley, John, McNab bet King and Market Square, 

North, Samuel, McNab nr Merrick. 

Smith, George, McNab cor Cannon. 

Smith, Mrs. Jane, 4 York. 

Smith, Robert, King William bet James and Hughson. 

Spencer, Henry, n s King William bet James and Hughson. 



Tip Printing. 
Haigh, Richard, Spectator Buildings. 



Tobacco Manufacturers. 

Barber, E. & Co., King e bet Cathcart and Wellington. 
Schwarz, Frederick, Florence Block, King w. 
Tuckett & Billings, 100 and 102 Kingw. 



Tobacconists. 

{See Cigar and Tobacco Dealers.) 



Toys, Notions and Fancy Goods. 

{See Fancy Goods.) 



Trunk Manufacturers. 
[See also Saddle and Harness Makers,"] 
Boyd, Thomas, cor King William and John. 
Clohecy, Thomas, 6 York. 

€. £, Peirce «fe Cot, Merchant Tailors, James fiitreet. 



358 CITY OF HAMILTON 

Jolley, James, Princes Square, John. 
Kraft, Ernest, York bet McNab and Park. 
McKeown, Hugh, John bet Peel and Augusta. 
Philp & Robertson, James nr King William. 
Ross & Smith, 54: King e. 



Umbrella Makers. 

Catchpole, George, Rebecca nr James. 



Undertakers. 

Blachford, John, McNab bet King aad Main. 
Chapman, Wm., M., 23 King w. 
Snelgrove, E. L., Court House Square. 



Upholsterers. 

See also Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers. 

Drjsdale, Alex., McNab cor Vine. 

Hill, Thomas, John opp Prince's Square. 

Jarvis, John, King bet Nelson and Cathcart. 

Meakins, & Sons, King nr Cathcart. 

Reid, James King cor Bond. 

Snelgrove, L. E., Court House Square. 

Stacy, James, B, P., 71 King e. 



Variety Stores. 

Mackintosh, Hugh, 84) King e. 
Moodie, John 36 King west. 
Pearson, John & Co., 58 King West. 
Philips, Geo. R., King nr Mary. 
Taylor, Wm., King bet Bond and Bowery. 
Taylor, John E., 61 King west. 



Veterinary Surgeons. 

Hume, James, 1 York. 

Watson, John & Sons, Mary cor King William. 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 

Birely & Co, , James bet Peel and Augusta. 
Charlton, B. E., cor King and Wellington. 
Faustmann, Ernest, John bet Rebecca and Gore. 

O. E. Peirce «& Co., James Street, ilerciiant Tailors 
aii<l Ontfitterf«i. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 359 

Wagon Makers. 

Armstrong, Peter, King east bet Walnut and Wellington. 
Campbell, George, King east bet Walnut and Wellington. 
Kavanagh, Wm., York cor Park. 
McGrath, Edward, cor James and Tyburn. 
Walker, Robert, Walnut bet Main and King. 
Wall & McCarthy, John cor Tyburn, 



Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Attwood, M. W., Royal Hotel Buildings, James. 

Batty, Benjamin, 40 King west. 

Belling, James, James nr Main. 

Fell, Henry K., s s Market Square. 

Getz, George, 22 York. 

Green, John W., 28 King west. 

Hill, Thomas S., sen., John cor Wood Market. 

Lees, Thomas, 5 James north. 

Levy, H. & A., 7 John south. 

McMahon, W. F., 86 King east. 

Osborne, Robert, James opp Fountain. 

Steward, T. B., 12 King east. 

Taylor, Joseph, 52 James north. 



Wharfingers. 

Browne, E., Browne's Wharf, foot of McNab. 
Mackay, .^neas D., foot of James. 
Proctor, John, Commercial Wharf. 
Young, Jacob, Zealand's Wharf. 



Whip and Whip-lash Manufacturers and Dealers. 

King, G. H. & H. A., Rebecca bet John and Catherine. 
Quimby, A. C, 43 James north. 



Wine and Spirit Merchants. 

Cochren, Wm. I. & Co., McNab nr King. 

Craigie, James, 62 King east. 

Egener, Fred. & Co., King nr Catherine. 



Rubber Coat^ and L.eggings at C. £. Peirce A Co's. 



360 CITY OP HAMILTON 

Lanphier, W. H., 66 King e. 

Lottridge, J. W. & Co., James cor Market Square. 

McAllister, John, cor York and Caroline. 

Murphy & Murray, 78 King e. 

Osborne, James, James nr King. 

Konald, Wm., 15 York. 

Sharp, William, John bet Tyburn and Peel. 

Sharpe & Secord, 31 King e. 

Walker, Wm., Merrick cor Park. 



Wines and Liquors (Importers of and wholesale dealers in). 

Brown, Gillespie & Co., King cor James. 
Cochren, Wm. I. & Co., McNab nr King. 
Forster, G. J. & Co., King cor Charles. 
Goering, John W., 53 James n. 
Kerr, Brown & Mackenzie, King e. 
Peuchen, Clarke & Co., John cor King. 
Simpson, James, McNab w s Market Square. 
Turner, James & Co., Hughson. 



Wire Mills. 
Greening, Benjamin, Peter cor Hess off York. 



Wood Bending. 

{See Bent Stuff.) 

Wood Dealers. 

Smallwood, Alex., King William nr Main. 
Waldhoff, Wm., Rebecca cor Hughson. 



Wool Merchants and Brokers. 

Abraham, Charles F., 55 King east. 

Davis, John H. & Co., 13 King east. 

Gillesby, William, n s John, south of King. ^ 

Harvey, John, 11 King east. 

Long & Bisby, 42 James north. 

McKenzie & Mackay, 9 King east. 

Pettit, J. H., 2 Upper John. 

The liargest i^tock of Oenllemeii's FurnishiDg Goodtai 
at C. £. Peirce & Co's* 



ADVERTISEilENTS. 



ST. lAWBENGE AND OTTAWA 




RAILWAY. 



THOS. REYN'OLDS, Managing Director, Ottawa and 
Montreal, 
T. S. DETLOR, Superintendent, Prescott, Ontario. 
T. G. LESLIE, Secretary and Treasurer, Ottawa. 



Two Passenger Trains Daily each Way. 

Leaving Ottawa in the morning and connecting at Junction with the 

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Trains going East and West, 

and at Prescott with the 

ROYAL MAIL AND AMERICAN LINE OF STEAMERS, 

FOR ALL PORTS EAST AND WEST. 

Also, with the Ogdensburg and Lake Champlain R., and Rome, Water- 
town and Ogdensburgh R., Trains leaving Ogdensburgh 

FOR NEW YORK AND BOSTON. 



H.:BTTTIl.UI3XrO- : 

Will leave Prescott on arrival of all connecting lines, and arrive 

in Ottawa, connecting with Steamers for Ports on Upper 

and Lower Ottawa River. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

70 TO 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer In 



BOTTLER OF THE BEST STOCK ALES AND PORTER, ALSO, 

Comprising English, American, German and Canadian Manufacture, 
which have been selected from the BEi3T MARKETS. 



'^d 



CJ O .A.IL. O IIj , 

LAMPS. AND LAMP TRIMMINGS. 

IN GREAT VARIETY. 



No. 70 King St. "West, opp. 
American Hotel, 



} 



A. BOWRON & SON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

^©pper, fli, Sled Itm, 

STAMPED & JAPANNED WARE, 

NORTH SIDE KING WILLIAM ST„ 6 DOORS EAST OF JAMES ST., HAMILTON, ONT. 

Brewers' Kettles, Tanners' Heaters, Stills, Worms. &c. 

made and repaired on the shortest notice and most approved principles. 

53* 8C@t AEr Wmnm®9 Fitted CDp Bra S«p©p[e? StyC©. -a 


We would call special attention to our 



Which, for heating Up Stair Apartments, is superior to any drum, 
JCr I>A-TEISrT DRIO-HXS FOR SA^XiE, ^Ci 



i 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 



ALBERTOiV. 

A post village, situated ia the township of Ancaster, l-l 
Hamilton, the county seat, and 55 miles from Toronto. 



miles from 



ALDERSHOTT {IVaterdown Station and Port Flamboro\) 

A post village and station on the Toronto branch of the Great "West- 
ern Railway, in the township of East Flamboro', 4^ miles from Ham- 
ilton, and 35 miles from Toronto. Daily mail. Large quantities of 
grain, flour, and lumber are shipped from here annually. 

Baker, William, Station Master, 

G.W.K. 
Befour, Peter, wagon maker. 
BEOWN. ALEXANDER, J. P., 

forwarder, &c. 
Feeley, — ., clerk, G.W.R. 
Feeley, William, section master, 

G.W.R. 
Hill, A., farmer. 
KENNEY, JAMES A., hotel 

keeper. 
McMahon, Daniel, blacksmith. 
Manqgan, John, teamster. 
MOSGROVE, JARED, hotel 

keeper. 



Mullen, Henry, laborer. 
MULLEN, JOHN, seaman. 
OLIVER, HAMILTON, hotel 

keeper and postmaster, 
Orr, Wm., soap maker. 
Richardson, James, foreqaan, A. 

Brown. 
Sinclair, Robert, shoemaker. 
Smiley, Robert, laborer. 
Smith, Wm., farmer. 
Stock, G., farmer. 
Stuart, Wm., laborer. 
Tait, Wm., laborer. 
Wyatt, H., farmer. 



AKCASTEB. 

A post village, situated in the north east portion of the township of 
the same name, 7 miles from Hamilton, and 3 miles from Dund?s 
station, on the Great Western Railway. The village contains several 
manufacturing establishments. 

Patent Dram Ueatei s manufactured by S. Kortb, 
Me^ab Cttreet* 

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362 



VILLAGE or ANCASTER, 



Card Clothing, 



Has been manufactured in Ancaster since 1863 by Eyre Thuresson, 
E^q., and in establ'f=hing this, an entirely new business in this country, 
M''. Thurespon had many difficulties to overcome, not the least of which 
was the procuring of suitable leather for card clothing purposes. He 
purchased the best leather manufactured in Canada, and after using 
hemlock tanned leather for four years, came to the conclusion that it 
was impossible to manufacture a first class card with such materi '1, 
therefore, determined, although at considerable expense, to use no other 
than Knglish oak tanned leather, which he is now using to advantage. — 
Mr. Thuresson being the pioneer in this important branch of manufactures 
is no doubt, desirous of furnishing to the trade an article that cannot 
be excelled. The selection of stock is made a matter of special import- 
ance, as the durability of the card depends entirely on its quality. 




Mr. E. Thuresson's Card Clothing Factory. 

Mr. Thuresson has now at work thirty-eio'ht machines, indading 
Horse Card, Diamond point, Sheet, Fillet and Doffer ring machines. The 
last named machine possesses a new and attractive interest. Hitherto 
Doffer rings have been made with a f inch joint, then pricked and finish- 
ed by hand, which was, at the best, a very inferior and unseemly finish. 
The ring is now pieced with a joint 1^ inch long, and finished in the 
machine in a highly superior manner, the advantages of which will be 
self evident to those who use such articles. They are made of all widths 
with fractional variations. 

Diamond point, or angular wire is now mostly used for Tumblers, 
Leader-ins, and Feeders. These articles are supplied in any quantity 
at short notice. 

The Diamond point and the Doffer ring machines are the only two 

Hot Air Furnaces put up by S. Nortb, McISab street" 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES ST., COR. MERRICK. 



aijiimijiuif' 



S. BRONSON. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 
COR. JAMES STREET AND MARKET SQUARE. 




Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, &C, 



mm 



^ 



G^EOPtO^El 1MCCLE.A.TV, 

MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN 

FLOUR, OATMEHL, FEED, BRAN, &C. 

GEO. LOGAN, Agent. 



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VILLAGE OP ANCASTER. 363 

articles of the kind in British America. The power used is water, and 
twelve hands are constantly employed. One hundred and twenty-five 
sides of the best English oak tanned leather is used weekly. 

The following points, per square foot, have been generally adopted by 
manufacturers for all ordinary carding purposes, and, unless otherwise 
ordered, will be filled accordingly : — 

No. of wire. Points in a square foot. 

28 34,560 

30 41,472 

32 48,384 

33 55,296 

34 62,208 

35 69,120 

36 76,032 

With the enlarged facilities now possessed, Mr. Thuresson manufac- 
tures all the varieties of cards required for cotton and woolen works, in- 
cluding sheets from 24 to 64 inches long ; common filleting in any 
lengths ordered ; diamond point, long, short, or medium cut fancy. 
Napier sheets ol galvanized zinc, Doffer rings, Hand wool cards. Clean- 
ers, &c. 

Thebest English and American machinea have been imported for 
making these cards, besides what are being made at Ancaster for future 
use ; and the most competent workmen, which liberal payment can 
secure, are employed to attend them. 

Knitting Mills. 

The Ancaster Knitting Company was organized in 1866. — President, 
James Watson ; Secretary, Arch. McKeand ; Manager and Superinten- 
dent, William Dewar. The Company employs 110 hands, an engine of 
45 horse power, and 10 horse water power additional. A very large 
quantity of knitted goods is here turned out annually. 

The Wentworth Woolen Mills were established in April, 1867, by 
Mr. A. Egleston, who employs 20 hands, and uses water and an engine of 
20 horse power. The machinery was erected by H. & A. Egleston. The 
factory is 34 by 501 feet, three stories high. Cloths, tweeds, and 
blankets are manufactured, besides a large custom trade done. 

Woolen, Cotton Machinery and Agricultural Implements. 

The Ancaster foundry and machine shop was built in 1846 by H. & 
A. Egleston, who use a steam engine of 16 horsepower. The buildings 
are built of stone, the machine shop being 100 x 30 feet, two stories 
high — the foundry 60 x 36 feet, two stories high, and the agricultural 
shops 50 X 30 feet, two stories high. Twenty-five hands are here em- 
ployed. They are now erecting a large shop in the west end of the 

Patent Oram Heaters mannfactared by SS. ^M^ortli, 
niclW^ab ^itreet. 



Manufacturers of 

ALL KINDS OF WOOLLEN HOSIERY, 

WM. DEWAR, Manager, 

Ancaster, Ontario. 

COLD SPRING WOOLEN MILLS 

ANCASTER, ONT. 

HOBERT ELLIS, 

MANUFACTUBKE OP 

Woolen Croods^ "STarns, &:c., 

Of Every Description and of the Best Qnality. 

JOHN McMillan, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

CAKRIAGES, WAGGONS, SLEIGHS, &C., 

Mm ^mm^iA m%.&.^m^mmm, 

ANCASTER, ONTARIO. 

Proprietor of 



Cold Spring Flouring and Grist Mills. 

ALEX. CHAPMAN^ROPRIETOR. 

ca-rist±xxs ..A.tt©aaca.©ci. to X^roaatxiDtly. 

COLD SPRING, NEAR ANCASTER, ONTARIO. 



VILLAGE OP ANCASTER. 365 

village for the manufacture of agricultural implements exclusively. 
This firm manufactures every description of cotton and woollen machin- 
ery and agricultural implements. Many improvements have been made 
by Messrs. Egleston in the manufacture of carding machines, particularly 
their condensing machine, and nearly all the woollen factories and card- 
ing mills in Canada have been furnished by this firm. About 30 sets 
of carding and woollen machinery are turned out annually. 

Mr. Robert Ellis, proprietor of the Cold Spring "Woolen Mills, employs 
from 30 to 40 hands; Steam and water power are used to the extent 
of forty horse. The factory is built of stone, four stories high, 70 x 34« 
feet. Tweeds, blankets, flannels, and all kinds of woolen goods are 
turned out. 

Mr. Isaac Kelly, owns a woolen factory situated in Kelly's Hollow, 
one mile from the Village of Ancaster. The factory is frame, 80 x 40 
feet, three stories high. It is at present carried on by John Wilson, 
who employs from fifteen to twenty hands. 

Flouring Mills. 

The Ancaster flouring mills were erected in 1862, of stone, containing 
three run of stone, and having a capacity for manufacturing 75 barrels 
of flour per diem. The mills are owned by H. Egleston, Esq,, and 
cost $10,000. 

Mr. Alexander Chapman, proprietor of the Cold Spring Flouring and 
Grist Mills, uses water power only. The building is stone, 36 x 44 feet 
3^ stories high, with frame storehouse, 42 x 24 feet and 2h stories high. 
The mill contains three run of stone. 

Leather Manufactory. 

The Ancaster tannery, carried on by Mr. Francis Gabel, was establish- 
ed in 1826 ; the building is stone, 50 x 40 feet, three stories high. 
Manufactured leather to the value of $5,000 per annum is turned out. 
Four hands are employed here. 

Threshing and Separating Machines. 

The Ancaster Threshing and Separating manufactory, originally 
established in 1846, by Eyre Thuresson, Esq., is now carried on by Mr. 
W. H. Thuresson, who employs eight hands. 

Carriage Making. 

In this branch of trade, "Wm: McMillan employs from G to 8 hands* 
and occupies frame buildings, as a blacksmith shop, 30 x 30 feet, and 
wood shop, 2\) X 30 feet. 

Churches. 

The village contains three churches, the Church of England, lately 
Hot Air Furnaces put up by N. [North, MCiKab street. 



ANCftSTEe WOOLIEH MACHl MANUFACTORY, 

ARE MANUFACTURING ALL KI DS Op 

WOOLLEH lAGHINEBY, 

VIZ : 

Koll-Carcliug MacliiMes, Manufacturing Machines, 
Power liOonis, Gigs, tappers, cSrc, «&c., from entire 
new patterns, embracing all the modern improve- 
ments. 

— ALSO — 

Such as Cultivators, Ploughs, various kinds, Root Cutters, &c., at low 

prices. 

II.& A. EGIiJGSTON. Proprietors. 



WENTWORTH WOOLLEN MILLS. 

ESTABLISHED 188T. 

A. EGLESTON, Proprietor, Ancaster, Ontario. 

GEORGE HINTON, Lessee. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Cloths, Tweeds, Blankets, Yarns, &c. 

Every Description ot Custom Work, Carding, Spinning, and Cloth-Dressing 

done to order. 



.^^ 1^ d/ -A^ s n? JE I^ 

illSf Hi ill R®iMii 

H. EGLESTON, Troprietor, 

Aneaster, Oatario. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DOimON HOTEL ! 

NEAR THE GHEAT WESTERN DEPOT, 

HAMILTON, ONT. 



f ^ l« JIffSj FF@fri©t@jr, 



\t$t gtmmmmlntiottisi for the S^ravi^Uiug gubUc. 



CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 



WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 



[Board \yy tlie I>ay aii<l Weelv. 




HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL), 

Merrick, Park & York Streets ^ 

H[A]VIIILiTON^, ONX- 

M). i. mm, PR©PRBiT@R. 

Monuments, Head Stones, and work of all 
kinds in American and Foreign Marble, 



designed and executed in the Best Style, 

3VC .A. nNm" e: Xj s 



OF 



Various Colored Marhle and Slate^ 

always on hand. Granite Monuments and Headstones imported to 

order. 



F TJ li INT IT U RE 




THOMAS HILL, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, 

CANE AND WOOD SEAT CHAIRS, 

John Street, opposite Prince's Square, Hamilton, Ontario. 



VILLAGE OF ANCASTER. 



367 



rebuilt of s^one, is one of the finest buildings in the county, Rev. F. L. 
Osier, rector and Rural Dean ; Rev. Mr. Ballard, assistant minister. 

The Presbyterian Church was built of frame in 1S30, and will seat 
about 200 persons, Rev. John Lees, minister. 

Methodist Episcopal, Rev. Mr. Yokam, pastor. 

The Wesleyan Methodist Church was erected about 1830, of frame, 
and will seat 200 persons — there is no resident pastor. 

Miscellaneous 



The sixth division court is held 
Crooks, Bailiff. 

Ancaster has an excellent school. 
one hundred pupils. 

Good Templar's Lodge, LO.G, 
at Templar's Hall. 

Adams, Charles, knitter. 

ANCASTER KNITTING CO., 
Wm. Dewar, manoser. (see advt.) 

ANCASTER HOTEL, Charles 
Phillipo, proprietor. 

Arkell, Arthur, miller. 

BALLARD, REV. J. McLEAN, 
B. A., Church of England. 

Brandon, Or. J., physi'n and surg'n. 

Bull, John Jones, blacksmith. 

Bull, Wm. Jones, hotel-keeper. 

Burnett, Wm., book-keeper. 

Bush, Thomas, jientleman. 

Byras, George, boot and shoe man- 
ufacturer. 

Campbell, James, farmer. 

Carpenter, John tailor. 

Chamberlain, filbert, machinist. 

Chamberlain, Wm. H., grocer and 

CHEP.'jAMES, gentleman. 

CLARK, EDWIN, baker and gro- 
cer. 

Crann, John, prop. Ancaster Hotel. 

CROOKS, ARTHUR, bailiff 

DEWAR, W., Ancaster Knitting 
Company, (see card.) 

Donnelly, B. W., chemist and drug- 
gist. 



here, L. A. Gurnett, clerk, Arthur 

The average attendance is about 

T — 3Ieets every Monday evening, 

Kelcher, Wm., laborer. 

KELLY, ISAAC, flouring mills 
and woollen factory, (see advt) 

Kemp, Lewis, carpenter. 

Kemp, Mrs. Wm. 

LEES, REV. JOHN, Presbyter'n. 

Liddycott, D., engineer. 

Lodor, Wm., gentleman. 

Lowrey, M. S., hotel keeper. 

McCormick, John, weaver. 

McCrimmon, Wm., builder. 

McKay, Mrs. postmistress. 

McMillan, JOHN, blacksmith 
and waggon maker. (See card.) 

Marr, Adam, ca'oinet maker. 

?Jarr, Thos., cabinet maker. 

Milne, James, attorney-at-law. 

Murdoch, Andrew, carpentier. 

Murdoch, George, carpenter. 

Ness, Mrs., widow. 

Nichols, Charles, knitter. 

Nichols, James, manufacturer. 

O'Hara, Richard, farmer. 

ORTON, HENRY, M.D., physi- 
cian and surgeon. 

PHILLIPO, CHARLES, prop. 
Ancaster Hotel and lime mer- 
chant. 

Postan, Rich., general merchant. 



Patent i>rnni Heaters niaiinfaetnred hj S. North, 
McWab Street. 



368 



VILLAGE OP BAKERSVILLE. 



Dunbar, Thomas, farmer. 

EGLESTON, ALONZO (H. & A. 
Egleston). 

Egleston, Frank, carpenter and 
builder, 

EGLESTON, HARRIS (H.&A. 
Eg'leston). 

EGLESTON, H. & A. (Harris & 
Alonzo Egleston), props. Ancas- 
ter foundry and machine shop, 
and manufacturers of agricul- 
tural implements. (See card). 

Ellis, Robert, woollen manufacturer 

Ernshaw, J., spinner. 

Ernshaw, Mrs. 

Evans, Lewis, machinist. 

Farmer, Wm., gentleman. 

FINDLAY, S. A., general mer- 
chant. 

Foote, Lester J., leather finisher, 
E. Thuresson. 

Forsyth, Robert, tailor. 

GABEL, FRANCIS, tanner. 

Gabel, Jacob, tanner. 

Guest, George, mason and builder. 

Guest, George, jr., blacksmith and 
waergon maker. 

GURNETT, JAS., general mer- 
chant. 

GURNETT, L. A., clerk, 6th 
division court, and merchant. 

Halson, Charles, gentleman. 

Hammil, Richard, butcher. 

HINTON, GEORGE, woollen 
manufacturer. 

Irwin, Rich., prop. Victoria Hotel. 



Postan, Thomas, farmer. 

RAYMOND, ANSON, druggist 
and general merchant. 

Rice, William, laborer, 

RICHARDSON, HENRY, M. D. 
physician and surgeon. 

Rickard, Daniel, saddler. 

ROUSSEAUX, GEO. B., gentle- 
man. 

Simpson, Wm., laborer. 

Sproull, Thos., blacksmith. 

Stone, Samuel, farmer. 

Taylor, Joseph, wagon maker. 

THURESSON, EYRE, J. P., 
manufacturer of card clothing 
for cotton and wool machines, 
and all kinds of machinery, (see 
illustration.) 

THURESSON, W. H., manufac. 
turer of agricultural implements. 

Tisdale, M. L. D., gentleman. 

Trotman, Joseph, laborer. 

Urqubart, Alex., laborer. 

Urquhart, John R., carpenter. 

Urqubart, John, jr., laborer. 

Van Every, Abraham, machinist. 

Wethey, W' H., master of gram- 
mar school. 

Wicks, George, laborer. 

Williamson, William, gentleman. 

Wilson, Jas., boot and shoemaker. 

Wolstencraft, Charles, machinist. 

Wright, James, iron moulder. 

YOKAM, REV. MR., M. E. 
minister. 



BAKERSVILLE. 

A post village in the township of Flamboro' East, situated on Grind- 
stone Creek, and on the Hamilton and Milton stage road, 8 miles from 
Hamilton and 16 from Milton. Messrs. Burns and Son, carry on lumber 
manufacturing here as well as at Progreston, some 5 miles distant ; at 
Bakers ville mill, 30 horse steam power is used and about 20 hands em- 

Uot Air FQrnaces pat up 1>r <S* Dforith, 3rG?fab street* 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

PORTRAIT & PHOTOGRAPHIC G5.LLERY. 

JAMES STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET SQUARE, 
HA-MILTOiS , ONT. 



Photographs, Plain and Colored, all Sizes, Executed in the Best Style 

of the Art. 

Those desirous of having Portraits of themselves or friends would do 
well to Call and See his Specimens before engaging elsewhere. 



Having been established Seventeen Years in this place, satisfaction can be 
relied upon, and at 

THE LO\rEST POSSIBLE PRICES. 



CATHARINS STREET 




zz.A.iwxxxui'Z'osa-, o3NrT. 



JOHN TEMPLE & CO., 

Livery of Superior Description supplied on the shortest notice. Charges 
moderate. 
N. B. — No business transacted at this establishment on Sunday. 

JOHN TEMPLE. E. S. WHIPPLE. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

HAMILTON MALE ABLE AND GREY IRON WORKS. 



BURROW & STEWART, 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL DESCRIPTION OF 

MALE ABLE & GREY IRON CASTINGS, 

Caroline Street, near York, HAMILTON, ONT. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

^u% §0ox^, §\M^, ^mUmp & §d^tm\^, 

Planing, Sawing and Turning done to order, on the shortest notice and at 
the Lowest Prices. 

Jobn Street, between King and King William Streets 

MARY STREET FOUNDRY. 
TTJRISrBTJLL & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Staves, Ploughs & Cultivators, Potash Kettles, Coolers, 
THIMBLE SKEIX BOXES. SlC &C. 

h:a.m:ilton. ont. 

HOBSON & McPHiIe^ 

PRACTICAL 

PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS, BELL HANGERS, &c. 

Corner Main and James Streets, HAMILTON, ONT. 

Baths, Water Closets, Wash Basins, Pumps, Sinks, Sheet Lead, Lead 
and Iron Pipe, Brass Work, &c. 

COAL OIL AND LAMPS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



BARTONVILLE. 



369 



ployed, A planing machine and shingle factory is connected with the 
mill. This firm turns out 3^ million feet of sawed lumber, ,800,000 
shingles and 300,000 feet of lathing annually. At Progreston, water 
power is employed. — Mails daily. 



Baker, George, postmaster. 
Baker, John, hotelkeeper. 
Binkley, Peter, farmer. 
BURNS, EDWARD, (Burns & 

Son. 
BURNS & SON, lumber merchants 

and saw mill proprietors, (see 

card.) 
Dalley, John, laborer. 
Foster, John, laborer. 
Gain, Thomas, laborer. 
Green, Samuel, blacksmith. 



Griffin, Burwell, farmer. 
Griffin, Solomon, toUgate keeper, 
Hunter, John, blacksmith. 
Mapleback, "Wm., laborer. 
Payne, John, farmer. 
Pepper, Wm., carriage maker. 
Sanderson, Edwin, laborer. 
Springer, John, farmer. 
Stewart, Wm., laborer. 
Stickles, Edwin, sawyer. 
Stickles, Emery, sawyer. 
Stickles, Wm., engineer. 



BURNS & SON, 

1111 lllfflilfS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SAWN LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, 

&C., PLANING MILLS. &C. 
BAKERSVILLE AND PROGRESTON, 

County of IVentivorth, Ontario. 



BARTOiWlLLE. 

A post village in the township of Barton, situated on the Hamilton 
and Grimsby Gravel E oad — distant from Hamilton, 3 miles, and 14 
from Grimsby. It contains 1 church, Methodist Episcopal, a school 
house, 1 store and two taverns. Population 80. 



Patent Drnm Heaters luaiiufactared by i^, Xorth, 
McXab l^treet. 

47 



370 



VILLAGE OP BINBROOK. 



Burkholder, Jacob, farmer. 
Burkholder, Wm., farmer. 
Condy, James, blacksmith. 
Crossett, Daniel, farmer. 
Crossett, Harvey, farmer. 
Depew, Abraham, retired. 
DEPEW, PETER, general mer- 
chant and postmaster. 
Gage, John, trader. 
Gain, John, toll-gate keeper. 



Jones, David, laborer. 

Oliver, John, prop, of Bartonville 

House. 
Ramsay, Robert, butcher. 
Rogers, Wm., butcher. 
Thomas, James, tavern keeper. 
Wallow, George, gardener. 
Wallow, Wm., sen., laborer. 
Wallow, Wm., gardener. 
Wilson, Wm., farmer. 



BmBROOR— (Hall's Corner's.) 

A post village in the township of Binbrook, 13 miles from Hamilton, 
11 miles from Caledonia, and 8 miles from York. It was settled in 
1844, and the village laid out by Henry Hall, merchant, and the present 
postmaster. The village contains three stores, five churches, viz.: — 
Presbyterian, Wesleyan Methodist, M. Episcopal, Baptist and Roman 
Catholic ; 2 hotels, school house, Town Hall, drill shed, 2 blacksmiths 
shops, and harness shop. The 8th Division Court is held here. Mr. 
James Gawley carries on a good business as a carriage and wagon 
maker, and Mr. John Brown, as a general blacksmith. Population 
about 150. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 57, A. F. & A. M. — Regular communica- 
tions first Monday after full moon in each month. 

Saltfleet and Binbrook Agricultural Society. — Fairs 
held each year 



are 



Barlow, Albert, wagon maker. 

BIGGER, R. H., M.D., physician 
• and surgeon. 

BROWN, JOHN, general black- 
smith and carriage ironer. 

Buntin, John, travelling agent. 

CARLE, J. S., proprietor Frank- 
lin House. 

Chesney, Rev. A., Baptist. 

Gawley, James, wagon maker. 

HALL, HENRY, postmaster, gen- 
eral merchant and farmer. 



HOEY, JAMES, merchant. 

McGann, John, blacksmith. 

McKenzie, Mrs., general store. 

Raymond, James, laborer. 

RUSSELL, JAMES, M. D,, phy- 
sician and surgeon. 

Sallett, Robert, shoemaker. 

Stafford, Theodore, harness maker. 

WICKETT, ROBERT, prop. 
Union Hotel. 

Wright, William, tailor. 



BULLOCK'S COMERS. 

p. 0. Greenville, at the Junction of Gait and Guelph Roads, 2 miles 
from Dundas. Contains two flouring mills, a woollen factory, cotton 

Hot Air Furnaces put up by S. North, McSfaR* street. 



VILLAQl OF CARSLILE. 



371 



batting factory, three hotels, two or three stores, a carriage and wagon 
shop, one English church and school. Population, 300. 



CARLISLE. 

(^See also Progreston.') 

A post village in the township of East Flamboro', situated on the 
Twelve Mile Creek, 8 miles from Waterdown station on the Great 
Western Railway, 12 miles from Hamilton, and 42 miles from Toronto. 
It was first settled by John Eaton in 1828, and was laid out by Anscn 
Eaton, Andrew Patton, and George Abery. The post office was estab- 
lished in 1848— S. R. Lister being the first postmaster. The present 
official is John C. Crooker. It contains two general stores, and there 
are several saw mills in the immediate vicinity of the village. Mr. John 
Mcintosh's flouring and grist mills are situated on the Twelve Mile 
Creek, and are built of frame, being 30 x 50 feet. There are two church- 
es, viz : Wesleyan and New Connexion Methodists. Daily mail. — 
Population, 150. 



Boyer, Anderson, butcher. 

Burton, John, farmer. 

Carson, Henry, mason. 

Cranston, Henry, painter. 

CPtOOKER, JOHN C, postmas- 
ter, general dealer in dry goods, 
groceries, &c. (see card.) 

DAVIS, WM., wagon maker and 
builder, (see card.) 

Dawson, P. K., blacksmith. 

Duffy. Michael, butcher and drover 

EATON, DANIEL, prop Carlisle 
house and farmer. 

Edgar, "Wm., assessor. 

Ellis, John, mason. 

Ellison, Thomas, J. P., and farmer 



Ford, Bartholomew, laborer. 
Hanes, John, painter. 
Hood, Henry, farmer. 
Hood, John, shoemaker. 
Kirk, Patrick, teamster. 
Livingston, Oliver, laborer. 
Mahon, Wm., blacksmith. 
MILLARD, DAVID R., black- 

smith and wagon maker. 
Mills, W. P., prop Western Hotel. 
Newell, Wm. P., farmer. 
ROSS, JOHN, dealer in dry goods, 

groceries, hardware, crockery, 

boots and shoes, &c. 
Smith, Wm., laborer. 
Sullivan, James, farmer. 



PHILIP HORNING, 

AND 
CARRIAGE IRONER. 

COPETOWN, ONT, 

Hot Air Furnaces pat up by N. Nortli, McNab street. 



372 



VILLAGE OF COPETOWN. 



APLE LEAF HOTEL 

Jolm Oronin, I^roprietor, 

COPETOWN, ONTARIO. 



Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Excellent Stabling, &c. 



COPETOWK. 

A post village in the townships of Ancaster and Beverley, situated on 
the Great Western Railway, 10 miles from Hamilton, and also on the 
Dundas and Paris plank road, 5 miles from Dundas. Mr. Jos. Bow- 
man carries on the manufacture of lumber and shingles, employing from 
8 to 10 hands, and an engine of 45-horse power. The buildings are 
frame, 50 by 60 feet, two stories high. Another steam saw mill is car- 
ried on by Messrs. .N. & 0. J. Phelps, who employ from 15 to 20 hands, 
and an engine of 42-horse power. They manufacture about 1^ million 
feet of lumber annually, and cut ten thousand shingles daily. Their 
mill is 40 by 90 feet, two stories high. The village contains three stores, 
one church — New Connexion Methodist. Mails daily. Population 200. 



Aikman, C. M., M. D., physivian 

and surgeon. 
Bawtinhiraer, Adam C, wagon and 

carriage maker. 
Boughner, M., farmer. 
Bonghner, Piobt. P., laborer. 
BOWMAN, JOS., steam sawmill 

propr, and shingle maker. 
BURROWS, JOS., gen merchant. 
Clark, James, switchman. 
Cornwall, Joshua, gen merchant. 
CRONIN, JOHN, hotel keeper. 

See card. 
Elliott, Nelson H., prop Railway 

Inn. 
Fields, Capt. Gilbert C, farmer. 
Fields, Gilbert, jr. 
Fields, Solomon, farmer. 
Fry, Fred., stationmaster, G.W.R. 
Graham, Donald, switchman. 
Hall, Rev. Wm., N. C. Methodist. 



Head, Robert, shingle maker. 

Histon. Rev. J., N. C. Methodist. 

HORNING, PHILIP, blacksmith 
and carriage ironer. See card. 

Kennedy, Thomas, farmer. 

Kitchen, Henry, farmer. 

McCarty, Thos,, teamster. 

McLelland, John, laborer. 

McMillan, D., engineer, G.W.R. 

MILNE, THOMAS, general mer- 
chant, and postmaster. 

Moffatt, Samuel, sawyer. 

Mortimer, J., woodman, G. W. R. 

PHELPS, N. & 0. J., lumber and 
shingle merchants and steam saw 
mill proprietors. 

Stubbs, Thomas, farmer. 

Vandusen, Miss, teacher. • 

Waters, Michael, laborer. 

Weaver, Peter, laborer. 

Williams, W., boot and shoemaker- 



Patent JDrum Heaters manufaetured l>y S. North, 
McNab Street. 



TOWN OP DUNDAS. 373 

TOWN OF DMDAS, 

An Incorporated Town, in the township of "West Flamboro', and 
county of "Wentworth, situated at the head of the Desjardins canal, 
and on the line of the Great Western Railway, five miles from Hamil- 
ton, 79 from London, 44 from Toronto, and 49 from Suspension Bridge. 
It has daily mails, with money order office. Dundas is increasing annu- 
ally in the importance and number of its manufacturing establishments. 
Many of these are propelled by water power exclusively, while some use 
water and steam power — especially the larger works. One of the most 
important establishments is the. 

^, ^DuxDAS Cotton Factory. — These large Cotton Works were estab- 
lished in 1859, and are now carried on by Messrs. Young, Law & Co. 

These works have at present 108 looms working and 7,000 spindles. 
The weekly productions are 25,000 yards grey cotton cloth, 6,000 lbs, 
cotton yarn, and a total weekly production of 12,000 lbs., and from 
1,600 to 2,000 seamless bags. The machinery and equipments are of 
the very best finish and character that could be obtained in England or 
the United States, combining every modern improvement. 

The factory is of white brick, 240 feet in length, of handsome structure 
and design, from 2^ to 4^ stories high, slated roof, with iron window 
sills and heads, with isolated fire-proof engine and boiler houses attached. 
Complete Gas Works, building and apparatus adjoining the factory. — 
Comfortable two-story red brick dwelling house and premises, with busi- 
ness office attached, fire-proof vaults, &c. Large white brick warehouses 
nearly fire-proof, stabling and premises. 

The works are driven by a water-wheel equal to 40 horse power, and 
two steam engines of 80 horse power, constructed by Messrs. John 
Gartshore & Son, to save fuel, being high pressure (exhausting into con- 
densing) engines, using the same steam over again. The premises and 
machinery are, in every respect, complete, and in perfect order and 
repair. About two hundred hands are constantly employed. 

Cottox Batting. — Joseph Webster, Esq., is engaged in the manu- 
facture of cotton batting, employing twelve hands. The factory is built 
of frame, 2 stories high, and 40 x 32 feet, steam and water power are 
both employed. 

The Canada Screw Company. — This company was organized in 
February, 1866, for carrying on the manufacture of wood screws on an 
extensive scale. The works were originally commenced by J. P. 
Billington, Esq., the Treasurer and Manager of the Company, who 
deserves a great deal of credit for the introduction of an undertaking of 
so much magnitude in Canada, there being but a very few successful 
establishments of the kind in the world, and this the only one in British 
America. The company has a commodious brick building, four stories 

Hot Air Furnaces put np by S. Kortli, NcNab stre 



374 TOWN OF DUNDAS. 

in height, with a rear building two stories, the whole being 50 feet front 
by 100 feet in depth. During the past year several extensive additions 
have been made in buildings and machinery ; the machinery is of the 
most beautiful description and has been made on the premises from original 
drawings. The works now have the capacity of turning out about two 
thousand gross per diem and give constant employment to fifty hands. 

Agricultural Implements. — Avery large business, employing 
about thirty hands, is carried on in this branch by John Forsyth, Esq., 
The works were established in 1855. A large number of separating, 
threshing machines, mowing and reaping machines, ploughs, cultivators, 
iron pumps, &c., are turned out annually, 20 horse steam power is 
used, and about thirty-five hands employed. 

In this line, also, Mr. James Scott employs twenty-five hands, and an 
engine of 16 horse power. The works were established in 1862. 

Mr. W. R. Gray employs an engine of 10 horse power, and about ten 
hands manufacturing ploughs, root cultivators, harrows, horse rakes, 
Anderson's even balance field cultivators, wagons, buggies, &c. 

Wire Works. — Mr, Timothy Greening, in this branch of business, 
occupies a three story brick building, 60x30 feet, employs 5 hands, and 
turns out about 2,000 square feet per week. 

Card Clothing. — This is a new branch of industry, commenced in 
Dundas in 1864, by Messrs. Forsyth & Co., who employ six hands ; 5- 
horse steam power is used to propel twenty machines, using sixty sides 
of leather weekly. The card clothing made here is used as well for cot- 
ton as woolen machinery, and is considered equal in quality to the best 
imported, 

DuNDAS Edge Tool Factory. — Mr. J. Hourigan commenced busi- 
ness in 1859, and employs from 20 to 25 hands, 30-horse water power, 
and 20-horse steam power. Axes edge tools, and reaping and mowing 
machine knives, are made here. 

Flouring Mills. — The Wentworth Flouring Mills, established in 
1844, are owned and carried on by John Wilson, Esq.,50-horse steam and 
50-horse water power is used to propel five run of stone. The mill has 
the capacity of turning out 600 barrels a week. Lately an oatmeal mill 
has been erected in^connection with the flouring mill, with a capacity of 
450 barrels per week. Eight hands are here employed. 

The Ashbourne Mills, near Dundas, are carried on by Joseph Web- 
ster, Esq., who employs about 8 hands, and 60 horse water power. The 
mills are stone, 4 stories high, 80x36 feet, with 4 run of stone. 

The Dundas Mills, water power, established in 1833, are carried 
on by James Coleman, Esq., who employs ten hands in the mill, and is 
also engaged in the manufacture of staves, barrels, &c. The mill con- 

Patcnt Drum Heatess inaHnifacture«l by S. Kortla, 
McNab Street. 



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IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDESDAY MORNING, 

COLLINS & BENNETT, 

I» K. O I» K. I E T OK. S, 

AT THE 

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376 TOWN OF DUNDAS. 

taing six run of stone, and has the capacity of manufacturing one thou- 
sand barrels per week. Steam and water power are employed to the 
extent of 90-horse. 

Iron Foundries and Engine Works. — One of the most extensive 
works in this line in Canada is conducted by Messrs. Gartshore & Co., 
who employ about one hundred hands, and eighty-horse steam and 
water power. The foundry was established in 1838. Here are manu- 
factured marine, portable and stationary steam engines, French Burr 
mill stones, Swiss bolting cloths, grist and saw mill machinery, oil stills, 
tanks, locomotive castings, and a late improved iron water wheel ; cast- 
ings have been made by this firm of 17 tons weight. The engine for 
the new iron car ferryboat, for the Great Western Railway Company, 
at Windsor, and also that for the Hamilton Water Works, were manu- 
factured by Messrs. Gartshore & Co. 

Machinists' Tools and Woodworkers' Machinery. — Messrs. 
McKechnie & Bertram, established in 1861, manufacture every descrip- 
tion of machinists' tools, and woodworkers' machinery: The firm have 
received several first premiums for their machinery. They employ from 
30 to 40 hands, and two steam engines of an aggregate power of six- 
teen horse. The works consist of erecting shop, brick, two stories, 
60x40 feet, turning shop, 60x36 feet, moulding shop, 60x45 feet, and 
an engine house, 

Morocco, Glove and Woolen Yarn Manufactory. — The 
Dundas Morocco Factory was established, in 1860, by W. E. Parmen- 
ter, who employs 25 hands, and an engine of 15-horse power, in the 
manufacture of Morocco leather. 

Carriage Makers. — Messrs. H. H. & E. T. Howard employ 
about ten hands, and turn out carriages, wagons, sleighs, and every 
description of heavy machine forging, general blacksmithing, &c. 

Paper Mills. — The Gore Paper Mills were established in 1834, 
and are now owned by Mr. John Fisher ; the machinery is propelled 
by water power, and twenty-four hands are kept employed. 

Wood Workers' Machinery. — Messrs. Littler & Maw turn out 
wood workers' machinery of every description ; seven horse steam power 
is used by this firm. 

Woolen and Cotton Machinery. — John Forsyth, Esq., is 
largely engaged in this branch of munufactures, employing in this line, 
and the manufacture of agricultural implements, thirty hands and twenty 
horse steam power. The premises occupy an area of one and a half 
aeres, on Hatt street. 



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TOWN OF DUXDAS, 377 

Woolen, Cotton and Flax Machinery. — Messrs. Aitkin & 
Post, in 1866, established machine works, where they manufacture 
woolen and cotton machiaery. Steam power to the extent of 20 horse 
is used, and twelve hands are kept employed. 

Last Making. — Messrs. "W. A. Young & Co., established their fac- 
tory in 1852. They occupy a brick building, three stories high, 70x40 
feet ; employ 12 hands, and turn out about a thousand pair a week. 
Water power is used. 

Cooperages. — Mr. Kichard Cody, in this branch of industry, em- 
ploys twelve hands. 

5lr. James Coleman employs from twelve to fifteen hands manufac- 
turing staves and barrels. 

Churches. — Church of England (St. James), situated on Hatt 
street, is a plain and substantial stone edifice, erected in 1S42, tower, 
spire and school house completed in 1859, and is capable of accommo- 
dating six hundred persons. Rev. F. L. Osier, M. A., Cam., Rector 
and Rural Dean; Residence, the Rectory. The Rev. J. McLean 
Ballard, B.A., assistant minister, residence, Ancaster. 

B^NOX Church. — (Presbyterian Church of Canada), was erected in 
1847, of brick, at a cost of four thousand dollars, lately enlarged, and 
will now seat seven hundred persons. Rev. Richard Cook. 

St. Andrews (Church of Scotland), was erected in 1837, of stone, 
at a cost of about four thousand dollars, and will accommodate three 
hundred and fifty persons. Rev. James Herald, pastor. 

Park Street Baptist Church, was built in 1866, of brick. It 
will seat 300 persons. Rev. John Butler, minister. 

Wesleyan Methodist Church, Cross street, corner Park was 
built in 1855, of brick, and cost twelve thousand dollars. It will ac- 
commodate five hundred persons. Rev. H. F. Bland, pastor. 

Roman Catholic Church, erected in 1863, of brick, will cost, 
when fully completed, about ten thousand dollars. It will accommodate 
about fifteen hundred persons. Rev. Mr. O'Reilly, priest. 

Schools. — Dundas Union, Grammar and Common Schools, the build- 
ing is of brick, capacious and picturesquely situated. The Union 
Schools are made the charge of J. Howard Hunter, M.A., Head Master, 
and five assistants. The Grammar School which is under the more im- 
mediate superintendence of Mr. Hunter, assisted by Mr. H. Magill, is 
one of the most numerously attended in the Province ; it has special 
facilities provided for the study of Practical Chemistry. The highest 

Patent Drnm Heaters mannfactnred by IS, IVortb, 
McNab Street. 

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378 TOWN OF DUNDAS. 

department of the Common School is under Mr. J. W. McLean. The 
daily attendance of the schools approaches 300. 

The Roman Catholic Separate School edifice is on Sydenham street, 
and was established in 1858. The average attendance is about 100 
pupils. James B. Looney, teacher of male department, and Miss Griffin, 
teacher of female department. 

Town Officers. — Mayor, Alex. R. Wardell ; Reeve, Phillip Mc- 
Mahon ; Deputy-Reeve, Geo. Bickell; Councillors, Walter Bastable, A. 

D. Cameron, Thos. Cowie, John Forsyth, Geo. Burrows, Hamilton H. 
Moore, B. B. Osier, David Watson, John Wilson, Daniel Fields, sen., 
Daniel Fields, jun., Geo. M. Pirie. 

Clerk, Edwin Woodhouse ; Treasurer, R. W. Suter. 
Council meetings are held the first Monday in every month, at Coun- 
cil Chambers, in the Town Hall. Stephen Johnson, Constable. 

Orange Lodge. — L. 0. L., No. 469, meeets first Friday of each 
month in Orange Hall, King street. James Irvine, W. M. ; Joseph 
Hanson, D. M. ; Robert Smith, Treas. ; Hy. Achison, Sec. 

Masonic. — Valley Lodge, No. 100, Dundas, Regular meetings the 
first AVednesday in every month, at the Masonic Hali, Main corner of 
King street. Wm. B. Irving, W. M. ; N. Greening, S. W. ; Hugh 
Innes, J. W. ; A. D. Cameron, Treas. ; R. K, Johnston, Sec. 

Odd Fellows. — Loyal Dundas Lodge, I.O.O.F.M.U., 4,012, meets 
at the Good Templar's Hall, Ogilvie street, every alternate Wednesday. 

E. S. Thomas, N. G.; G.Bickell, jr., V. G. ; G. Bickell, Sec. ; T. H. 
McKenzie, G. Bickell, sen., E. S. Thomas, Trustees. 

Good Templars.— Valley City Temple, No. 97, I.O.G.T.— Organ- 
ized, April, 1864, numbers 80 members ; meets every Tuesday evening 
in Temperance Hall, Ogilvie street. 

Desjardin's Canal Office, Main street. — R. W. Suter, Secretary 
and Treasurer. 

Dundas Mechanics' Institute and Literary Association. — 
This Society was organized in 184-2. Officers — President, Robert Mc- 
Kechnie, jr. ; Vice-President, Robert McCulloch ; Treasurer, J. M. 
Babington ; Secretary, Walter Bastable ; Librarian, Duncan McMillan. 
Board of Directors — Messrs. E. S. Thomas, John Maw, James Allen, 
John Bertram, James Somerville, J. H. Hunter, Duncan McFarlane, 
John Rankin. 

Dundas Cricket Club — Established in 1852. — Patron — Robt. 
Christie, Esq., M.P.P. President, A. R. Wardell, Esq. Vice-Presi- 
dent, Alex. Gartshore, Esq. Secretary and Treasurer, A. S. Wink, 
Esq. Committee — The Vice-President, the Secretary, H. H. Moore, 

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379 



Esq., H. C. Gwynn, Esq., W. 0. Thornton, Esq. , Hugh Fairgrieve, 
Esq If George Elmslie, Esq. 

Independent Base Ball Club. — Organized in 1866. Officers — 
W. F. Mountain, President ; W. Daly, Vice-President ; M. Cosgriif, 
Secretary and Treasurer ; K. F. Williams, Field Captain ; D. Mc- 
Laughlin, 0. Hardigan, and Francis Smith, Directors. 

Newspapers. — The Dundas True Banner was established by 
James Somerville, Esq., the present editor and proprietor, in January, 
1857. It is a large weekly, and well supported. A large power press 
has been lately added to the establishment. A new weekly paper, The 
Wenticorth Neios, has just been established by Messrs. Collins & Ben- 
nett, with a fair prospect of success. It is neatly gotten up and de- 
serves its share of support. 

Fire Brigade. — There is a good and efficient fire company num- 
bering over 60 members. Thomas Cowie, Captain. 



Abell, Mrs. 

Able, Nelson, stage -driver. 

Adamson. George, millstone maker. 

Aitkin, William, (Aitkin & Post. 

AITKIN & POST, manufacturers 
of woolen, cotton and flax ma- 
chinery. 

Alexander, R. S., law student. 

Alison, Z. R., telegraph operator, 
G. W. R. Station. 

ALLEN, JAMES, (Allen & 
Skinner. 

ALLEN & SKINNER, (James 
Allen and John Skinner), watch- 
makers and jewellers. King. 

AMERICAN EXRESS CO.'S 
OFFICE, Post Office Building, 
J. Bryce, agent. 

Anderson, John, machinist. 

Arnott, Mrs. 

BABINGTON, J. M., accountant, 
office and h Ogilvie. 

BAILLIE, WM. 

BAIRD, MARY L., grocer, King. 

BAIRD, NICOL G., barber and 
hairdresser. 

Baker, Reynolds, axemaker. 

Bannin, Martin, teamster. 



Barnwell, Job, farmer. 

Barrie, "Wm., blacksmith. 

BARTON, GEORGE M., barris- 
ter, King. 

Baskerville, Thomas, butcher. 

Bastable, Walter, foreman pattern 
maker, Gartshore & Co. 

Bayley, Mrs. George. 

Bayley, Wm., tailor. 

Beach, George L., dentist, John. 

Began, Peter, shoemaker. 

BEGUE, A. F., J. P., clerk of 
second division court, conveyan- 
cer, and notary public. King. 

BEGUE, THEOPHILUS,H.A., 
(Osier & Begue). 

BENNETT, ALFRED, prop. 
Young Canadian billiard room 
and restaurant. 

BENNETT, HY., (Collins & Ben- 
nett). 

Bennett, Robert, machinist. 

Benson, John, moulder. 

Berry, George, blacksmith. 

Berry, Alex., moulder. 

BERTRAM, JOHN, (McKechnie 
& Bertram). 

BICKELL, GEO., patternmaker. 



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TOWN OF DUNDAS. 



BICKELL, GEO., sen., pattern 

maker. 
Bickell, David, carpenter. 
Bickle, John, joiner. 
Billington, T. Gr., machinist. 
BILLINGTON, JULIUS P., 

Treasurer and Manager Canada 

Screw Co. 
Bingham, James, laborer. 
Bishop, William B., cabinet maker. 
Blain, Chas., drover. 
Bland, Rev. H. F., W. Meth. 
Bloomfield, Peter, gentleman. 
Boles, Wm. laborer. 
Booth, H. G., h King. 
Booth, John, engineer; h Dundas. 
Brothwick, Walter, baker. King. 
Boyd, John, laborer. 
Boyle, John, County road maker. 
BOYLE, PATRICK, general 

horse-shoer and blacksmith, 

Ogilvie. 
Bradburn, Edward, cutter. 
Brady, John, teamster. 
Brady, Peter, stoves and tinware. 
Brinkworth, Wm., watchmaker. 
British America Fire and Marine 

Insurance Company, Cameron & 

Innes, agents. 
Brooke. R. S. Photographer, King. 
Brown, Geo., millwright. 
Brown, John, carpenter. 
Brown, Joseph, laborer. 
Brown, Michael, bootmaker. 
Brown, Wm. G., barber. 
Brown, Wm. M., engineer. 
Bryce, James, telegraph operator, 

P. 0., and express agent. 
Brydges, Wm., wagon maker, Ogil- 
vie. 
Buckham, Mrs. 
Burke, James, teamster. 
Burniston, John, joiner. 
Burns, James, machinist. 
Burns, James, groceries. King. 



BURNS, JOHN, boots and shoes, 
Main and King. 

Burns, James, machinist. 

Burns, Joseph, salesman. 

Burns, Mrs. 

Burns, Timothy, laborer. 

Burrows, C. J., (Meacham & Bur- 
rows.) 

Burrows, J. T., clerk, Meacham 
& Burrows. 

BUTLER, REV. JOHN, Baptist 
church, 

BURROWS, G. F., accountant, 
appraiser Canada Permanent B. 
& S. Society, and general insu- 
rance agent. 

Burrows, Samuel, machinist. 

Byrne, Francis, clerk. 

Burton, Adam, blacksmith. 

Burton, Peter, peg maker. 

Cain, Patrick, tavern keeper. 

CALDER, ALEX'R. D., drugs, 
medicines, books and stationary, 
Main nr Market. 

Calder, Duncan, gentleman. 

Caldwell, Thomas, h Cemetery. 

Call, Mrs. James. 

Callaghan, John, grocer. 

CAMERON, A. D., forwarder, 
general insurance and commis- 
sion merchant, offices Main and 
Canal Basin. 

Campbell, Duncan M., blacksmith. 

Campbell, James, laborer. 

Campbell, John, carpenter. 

CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE 
CO., J. M. Babington, agent, 
Ogilvie. 

CANADA SCREW COMPANY, 
J. P. Billington, treasurer and 
manager. 

CANADA PERMANENT 
BUILDING AND SAVING 
SOCIETY, George F. Burrows, 
appraiser. (See advertisement.) 



Patent ]>rnui Heaters mauiifactured by IS. North, 
AEc]Vab street. 



TOWN OP DTJNDAS. 



381 



Cantwell, JBines, dry goods, cloth- 
ing, &c.. King. 

Cardwell, Wm., tailor. 

Carroll, Michael, laborer, 

Carroll, Wm., laborer. 

Cartner, Wm.. joiner. 

Casey, Wm., (Casey & Mercer.) 

Casey & Mercer, (William Casey 
and James Mercer.) 

Cass, Patrick, carpenter. 

Chalmers, Alex., tanner. 

Channells, John, paper maker. 

Chamberlin, ^V. H., baker. 

Chegwin, Mrs. Ann, millinery and 
dry goods, King. 

Cherry, Blaney, paper maker. 

Chrystal, Mrs. E, 

Clark, Edward, bootmaker. 

Clement. Edward, boarding. 

Cody, Eichard, cooper. 

COLEMAN, JAMES, Dundas 
flouring mills, stave and barrel 
factory, Ogilvie bet Hatt and 
Dundas. 

Coleman, Mrs., widow. , 

Collier, Thomas, lumber dealer. 

Collins, B., tavern keeper. 

COLLINS, PETER, (Collins & 
Bennett,) 

COLLINS & BENNETT, 
Wentioorlh iS^ews. (See adver- 
tisement.) 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., 
of London, (F. and L.) Geo. F. 
Burrows. 

COLONIAL LIFE ASSU- 
RANCE CO'Y., Robertson & 
Wardell, agents, King. 

Commins, John, laborer. 

Conley, Bernard, boot and shoe- 
maker. 

CONLEY, JOHN, boots and 
shoes. 

Connell, James, machinist. 

Connor. Dennis, laborer. 



Connor, James, spinner. 
Conway, John, stone-mason. 
Conway, Mrs. Eleanor. 
COOK, REV. RICHARD, pastor 

Knox's Church. 
Cooper, Jesse, grocer, King. 
Cosgriff", John, laborer. 
CosgriflF, John, moulder. 
Cosgriff, Mrs. Catherine. 
Costello, Patrick, teamster. 
Cowie, Alex., machinist. 
Cowie, Mrs., h Foundry. 
CRANDELL, JAS. H., grocer, 

painter, glazier, &c. 
CRANN, FRANCIS, blacksmith, 

King. 
Cronan, Mrs. 

Cronan, Timothy, teamster. 
Crosby, Andrew, agent. 
CROW, J. J., book-keeper, H. 

Moore & Son. 
Cummings, Edward, shoemaker. 
Cummings, Maurice, lab. 
Cummings, Mrs. J. 
Cummings, John, brewer. 
Curry, John, teamster. 
Curry, John, mariner. 
Curtain, Denis, lab. 
Daly, Thomas, lab. 
Davis, Albert W., (J. H. Davis & 

Son). 
DAVIS, EDWARD, Manager 

Cotton Mills. 
DAVIS, JOHN H. & SON, boots 

and shoes, King. 
Davison, George, carrier. 
Davison, John. 
Deacon, Robert, lab. 
DICKIE, JOHN, groceries and 

provisions, cor King and Main. 
Delanty, Mrs, J. 
Devaney, Patrick, lab. 
Devlin, John, lab. 
Dickie, J. C. & Co., groceries and 

provisions, King. 



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TOWN OF DUNDAS. 



Dickson, James, laborer. 

Dickson, John, laborer. 

Dingle, Richard W., butcher,King. 

Dodge, Thomas, mason. 

Dodgson, Hector, whip lash maker. 

Dodgson, John, whip maker. 

Doherty, John, hammerman. 

Dudley, Joseph, laborer, h North. 

Dufiy, Thomas, teamster. 

Duggan, Alexander, mariner. 

Duggan, Michael, tailor. 

Duggan, Mrs. 

Duncan, Mrs. (Jommercial Hotel. 

Dundas, Custom House, W. B. 
Gwynne, collector. 

Dundas True Banner, James Som- 
erville, editor and proprietor, 
Main. (See Card. 

Dundon, James, cooper, James 
Coleman. 

Dundon, Mrs. h Hatt. 

Dunn, Denis, Laborer. 

Dunn, Michael, h mountain. 

Egerson, Robert, Plasterer. 

Elgin House, William McDonnell, 
proprietor. King. 

ENRIGHT, JOHN, (J. Enright 
& Bro.) 

ENRIGHT, WILLIAM, (J. En- 
right & Bro. 

ENRIGHT, J. & BRO., (John 
and Wm. Enright), proprietors 
Shades saloon and livery stables, 
and Mail contractors. King. 

Evans, Rich., farmer. 

Eves, John, laborer. 

EVAN, JOHN, machinist. 

Fahey, F., cooper. 

Farmers Home, Hotel, P. Cain, 
pror. 

Feeley, James, boiler maker. 

Fenix, Moses, carpenter. 

FIELDS, DANIEL, sen., coun- 
cillor. 

FIELDS, DANIEL, plasterer, 



Fielding, George, machinist. 

Fielding, John, laborer. 

Fielding, Wm. machinist. 

Finnegan, James, laborer. 

Finnegan, Lawrence, laborer. 

Fisher, John & Son, (John & John 
Fisher, proprs Gore Paper Mills, 
King nr Head. 

Flynn, James, laborer. 

Flynn, Martin, laborer. 

Foley, Wm., machinist. 

Forest, John, wire worker. 

Forrest, Andrew, miller. 

Forrest, Thomas, miller. 

FORSYTH, JOHN, agricultural 
implements, and woolen machin- 
ery manufacturer, Hatt. 

FORSYTH & CO., card clothing 
manufacturers, Hatt. 

Foster, John, weaver. 

Foulds, John, wood worker, GWR 

Foulds, Mrs. John, fancy store 

Frager, L., axe maker. 

Fraley, Mrs. Catherine, grocer. 

Fraley, R. King . 

Fraley, T.,baggagemaster, G.W.R. 

Freeborn, Edward G. gardener. 

FREED, WM. S., tin, copper and 
sheet-iron ware. 

Frees, Christopher, laborer. 

Gahagan, Edward, Sexton, Catho- 
lic Cemetery. 

Gahagan, John, teamster. 

Gahagan, John, jun., cooper. 

Garry, Geo., book-keeper. 

GARTSHORE, ALEXANDER, 
(Gartshore & Co,,) Hatt. 

GARTSHORE, JOHN, (Gart- 
shore & Co.,) Hatt. 

GARTSHORE, & CO., founders 
and machinists, Hatt, 

Geddes, F., Station master, G. W. 
R. 

GEDDES, J. C, Station master, 
G. W. R. 



Patent. Driim Heatei s uianufactiirecl by S. Norths 
McNab Street. 



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383 



Giles, Mrs. jani tress. 
Gilleland, Thomas, miller. 
Gleeson, James, rroprietor of Dan- 
das and Hamilton express. 
Goos, Henry, cabinet maker. 
Gordon, Capt. John, n s Govern- 
or's Eoad. 
Gore District Mutual Insurance 

Co., Geo. F. Burrows, agent. 
Grafton, James B., (J. B. & J. S. 

Grafton.) 
Grafton, John, S. (J. B. & J. S, 

Grafton.) 
Grafton, J. B. & J. S . (James B. 
and John S. Grafton,) dry 

goods, millinery and clothing. 

King cor Ogilvie. 
Graham, Andrew, grocer, King. 
Graham, Mrs, h Hatt. 
GrahaiL, Henry, machinist. 
Gravels, John, machinist. 
GRAY, W. E. manufacturer of 

agricultural implements. 
Greening, Nathaniel, wire-worker. 
GREENING, TIMOTHY, pro- 
prietor,'Dundas Wire-works, and 

manufacturer of wire cloth, Hatt 

cor Matilda. 
GRIFFIN, MISS, E.G. teacher. 
Griffin, David, laborer. 
Griffin John, laborer. 
Griggs, F. cigars and tobacco. 
Gwyn, W. B., Collector of Customs. 
Gwyn, H. C, law student. Osier & 

Begue. 
Hall, William, tanner. 
HAMILTON, JAMES, M. D., 

physician and surgeon . 
HAMILTON, ROBERT, paints 

er. 
Hannah, James, weaver. 
Hannah, John, laborer. 
Hardigan, Owen, cooper. 
Hare, J. D., h King. 
Hare, Mrs. h King. 



HARPER, JAMES, carriage and 

sign paint :r. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, T. H. McKenzie agent. 

Harvey, Bennntt, general dealer. 

Hastey, David, teamster- 
Hayes, Mrs. grocer. 

Hazlewood, Wm., blacksmith, 

Hedden, John, mariner. 

Feffernan, John, cooper. 

Hemphili, Oscar, finisher, J. For- 
syth. 

Henry, Miss, S. , fancy goods. 

Henry, Wm., laborer. 

HERALD, REV. JAMES, St. 
Andrew's Church. 

Heslop, A., laborer. 

Hetherington, John, carpenter. 

Hinard, Charles, machinist. 

Hollinshead, Robert, potter. 

Holt, John, cotton carder. 

Home Fire and Marine Insurance 
Company of New Haven, Geo. 
F. Burrows, agent, King. 

Home Life Insurance Company of 
New York, Geo. F. Burrows, 
agent, King. 

Hopkins, D. W. , h Cross. 

HOURIGAN, JERE3IIAH, axe 
and edge tool maker h Hatt 

Howard, Benj., painter. 

HOWARD, H. H. & R. T., car- 
riage makers, blacksmiths &c. 

Howe, Thomas, book-keeper. 

Howell, Clark, book-keeper. 

Humphreys, 3Irs. Maria. 

Hunter, Chas. Cutter. 

HUNTER, J. HOWARD, M. A. 
Head Master Grammar School. 

HURST SAMUEL, boarding 
house, Ogilvie. 

Innes, W. P. h Park. 

INNES HUGH, Commercial and 
Insurance agent, official assignee 
for the County of Wentworth. 



Patent Drum Heaters mannfactured by S. North, 
McNato Street. 



384 



TOWN OP DTJNDAS. 



Ironsides, Mrs,, h Hatt. 

Irvine, James, cooper. 

Irvine, Wm., laborer. 

James, Geo., cooper. 

Johnson, Stephen, Market clerk- 
Johnson, Wm, blacksmith. 

Jardine, Mrs., h Hatt. 

Joyce, Wm. shoemaker, 

Kearns, Bartholomew^, laborer. 

Kearny, Mrs. 

Kelly, John, laborer, ♦ 

Kelly, John, (Kelly and Patterson.) 

Kelly & Patterson, (John Kelly 
and Charles Patterson), paint- 
ers, paper hangers &c , Ogilvie 
nr King. 

Kennedy, James, laborer. 

Kennedy, Thos. boiler maker. 

Kent, James, laborer. 

Kent, Mrs., tavern keeper. 

King, Alonzo, grocer. King. 

Knowles, John, carpenter. 

Knowles, H. shoemaker. 

Knowles, Wm., tanner. 

Knox Church, Melville, 

Kyle, Robert, laborer. 

Kyle, Richard, machinist, 

Kyle, Walter, woodworker, Gart- 
shore & Co. 

Lahey, D., laborer. 

Lahey, James, laborer. 

Lahey, John, laborer. 

Laidlaw, Wm. P., tax collector, b 
Ogilvie. 

Laing, Robert, clerk. 

Lamarche, Joseph, cooper. 

Lamarsh, Mrs. 

Lamb, John, miller. 

Land, Wm,. carpenter. 

Lane, James, laborer, 

Latshaw, Isaac, cabinet maker. 

Laven, Richard, axe maker. 

Lawlor, Timothy, laborer. 

Lawry, Charles, leather & findings. 

Lazier, Mrs. 

Lee, Chas., machinist. 



Lermctte, F. A., (J. C, Dickie & 
Co. 

Lesslie, John, gentleman. 

Ley den, Michael, Head. 

Littler & Maw, machinists. King, 

Liverpool and London and Globe 
Insurance Company, Robert W. 
Suter agent. 

Life Association of Scotland, Rob- 
ert W. Suter, agent. 

Looney, J. B., teacher. 

Longley, Philip, laborer. 

Lynch, Alex, laborer. 

Lynch, James, porter, Hugh 
Moore & Son, 

Lynch, Mrs. Margaret. 

Lyon, Mrs. Wm., stoves and tin- 
ware. Main. 

SIcArdell, John, shoemaker. 

McArdell, Mrs;, widow, 

McCarthy, J. C, lumber merchant, 

McCarthy, Mrs., clothes cleaner. 

McCasney, Robert, machinist, 

McConnell, George, laborer, 

McCuUa, Alex., founder. 

McCulla, Robert, farmer. 

McDavid, James, tanner, h ss King 

McDonald, Lachlin, laborer. 

McDonnell, H., livery stableg,King. 

McFarlane, Duncan, machinist, 

McFedries, Wm., clerk. 

McGlaughlin, Daniel, well digger. 

McGregor, Mrs. M., boarding 
house, n s King w. 

McHale, John, mason. 

Mclnerney, Mark, carpenter, 

Mclnerney, Thomas, laborer. 

Mcintosh, L., prop. Farmer's Ex- 
change Hotel, Hatt. 

McKechnie, Robt., (McKechnie & 
Bertram). 

McKechnie, Robt., sen. 

McKECHNIE & BERTRAM, 
(Robt. McKechnie and John 
Bertram), man. of machinists 
tools, Hattnr English Church. 



Hot Air Furnaces imt up hy S. Nortii, MclVab Street. 



TOWN OP DUNDAS. 



385 



McKenzie, Thos. H,, com. mer,, 
Hamilton, h Cross. 

McKenzie, Wm,, cooper. 

McLean, J. M., teacher. 

McLean, Norman, lab., 

McLelland, Angus, laborer. 

McMAHON, JAMES, M. D., 
Coroner, &c., n s King, h same. 

McMahon, Mrs., King. 

McMahon, Mrs., widow, Hatt. 

McMahon, Philip, cooper. 

McManus, Mrs", hotel keeper, 
Market Square. 

McManus, Mrs. H., h King e. 

Mc3Iaster, Joseph, machinist, 

McMillan, Duncan, photographer, 

McMillan, Duncan, confectioner, 
&c., 8 8 King e. 

McNalley, Barney, laborer. 

McTaggart, Arch., tailor, h Park. 

Macdonald, J., founder, h Hatt. 

Macdonald, Mrs. A,, h Rosena. 

Macpherson, John, fireman, h Main 

Macpherson, John, carpenter, Hatt. 

Mahoney, Mrs., h Hatt. 

Mannion, Patrick, laborer, 

Markland, Wm., carpenter. 

Marsh, Wm., carpenter. 

Marshall, John, saddler. 

Marsland, Abraham, cotton spinner. 

Martin, James, laborer. 

Martlin, "Wm. B., builder, Park. 

Martlin, W. J., builder, Park. 

Marquis, John A., accountant, &c. 

Maw, John, [Littler & Maw]. 

Mead, Mrs. Mary. 

Meacham, J. B., [Meacham & 
Burrows]. 

Meacham & Burrows, J. B. Meach- 
am, and C. J. Burrows, drug- 
gists and stationers. 

Mercer, James, (Casey & Mercer). 

Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth. 

Millman, James, saddler, &c,, King 



Milward,Mrs. Mary ,boarding house. 

Mitchell, Misses, h Hatt. 

Moore, Charles, laborer. 

Moore, Dennis, laborer. 

Moore, Hugh, [H. Moore & Son]. 

Moore, James, book-keeper. 

Moore, James, machinist. 

M00IIE,H. & SON, (H. Moore 
and H. H. Moore), hardware and 
gen merchants, cor King & Main. 

Morris, Mrs., 

Morrish, Edwin, fruiterer. 

Morrison, James, laborer. 

Morrison, Mr., retired. 

Moss, Chas., Terrapin Saloon, s s 
King. 

Moss, Joseph, baker and confec- 
tioner, s s King. 

Mountain, Thomas, painter. King. 

Mulherron, Michael, farmer. 

Mullen, Isaac, laborer. 

Murray, Mr., laborer. 

Nash, Mrs., King. 

NAWN, MRS. JANE, grocer, 
King w. 

Newitt, Wm., butcher. 

Newland, George, warehouseman. 

Newsome, Samuel, carpenter. 

Niblett, William C, chemist and 
druggist, s s King, bds Elgin 
House. 

Nisbet, James, blacksmith. 

Noble, Wm., engineer. 

Noland, Wm., plasterer. 

Norris, Walter, book-keeper. 

North American Hotel, B. Collins, 
propr. 

Norton, Robert, farmer. 

O'CONNOR, PATRICK, black- 
smith. Park. 

O'Connor, Patrick, laborer. 

O'Donnell, Patrick, laborer. 

O'Leary, Thomas, grocer. 

O'Neill, Michael, mason, h James. 



Patent Drum Heaters manafactareU by (Sa Nortb, 
McIM^ab Street. 

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386 



TOWN OP DUNDAS. 



O'RILEY, REV. JOHN, P.P.,of 

St. Augustine Church, h Syden- 
ham. 

OSLER, B. B., (Osier & Begue.) 

OSLER, REV. F. L., rector St. 
James. 

OSLER & BEGUE, (B.B. Osier 
and T. A. Begue, )barristers &c. 

Overfield, S,, gentleman. 

Palmer, Horatio, bricklayer. 

Parker, Henry, laborer.) 

Parker, Ebenezer B., pumpmaker. 

Parmenter, W. E., manufacturer of 
Morocco leather, &c. 

Passmore, Wm., saddler and har- 
ness maker. 

Patterson, Chas., (Kelly & Patter- 
son) h King w. 

Patterson, David, propr Red Lion 
Hotel. 

Pirie, George M,, groceries and pro- 
visions. 

Pitts, J. N., supt mill at Almont. 

Pope, Stephen, laborer. 

Post, Charles, (Aitkin & Post. 

Post Office, J. M. Thornton, P.M. 

Poveh, John, carpenter. 

Powers, Michael, laborer. 

Quarry, John, saddler. 

Quinlan, D., carpenter. 

Quinn, Patrick, grocer. 

Railway House, J. H. Smith, prop. 

Randell, James H., painter. 

Rankin, John, dry goods merchant 
and clothier. 

Rankin, John, merchant. 

Ratcliffe, Rev. Frederick, Baptist 
minister. 

Red Lion Hotel, David Patterson, 
prcpr. 

Reed, Mrs. M., widow. 

Regular Baptist Church, Rev* Mr. 
Ratcliffe, pastor. 

Reynolds, Francis, mariner. 

Reynolds, Jas., engineer. 



Revell, George, plasterer. 

Revell, Joseph, mason. 

Ridler, Geo., assessor. 

RILEY, P. B., prop Riley's hotel. 

RILEY'S HOTEL, P. B. Riley 
prop. 

Roberts, Wm., clerk. 

Robertson, F. B. student at law, 

ROBERTSON, THOMAS, bar- 
rister-at-law, h Governor's Road. 

ROBERTSON & WARDELL, 
(Thos. Robertson and A. R.War- 
dell,) barristers, attorneys, soli- 
citors &c. 

Rogers, William, laborer, Peel. 

Rogerson, W. R., clerk. 

Rolph, Geo., gentleman. 

R. C. Separate School, Jas. B. 
Looney, Miss E. C. Griffin, 
teachers. 

Ross, John, machinist. 

Russell, Abm., In's agent. 

Russell, Alex, farmer. 

Russell, John. 

Russell, Samuel, mechanic. 

Rushtou, Arkley, machinist. 

Rutherfurd, H. C, M.D. 

Ryan, Thomas, laborer. 

Sanders, Richard, prop St. George 
and Dragon house. 

Sanderson, Edwin, spindle maker. 

Scace, Geo. F., prop Western ho- 
tel. 

Scott, David, millwright. 

Scott, James, implement manufac- 
turer. 

Sheahan, Wm., laborer. 

Simon, Mrs. widow. 

Skinnard, Michael, laborer. 

Skinner, John, (Allen & Skinner.) 

Smith, James, carpenter. 

Smith, John H., prop Railway 
House. 

Smith, J. Findlay, hardware 
merchant; n s King. 



Hot Air Furnaces put up by !S, Nortli, McNab street. 



TOWN OF DUNDAS. 



387 



Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth, washer- 

woiaan. 
Smith, Patrick, laborer. 
Smith, Wm. cabinet maker. 
Snee, John, laborer. 
Snow, James. 
SOMERVILLE, JAS., publisher 

True Banner. 
Somerville, Mrs., widow. 
Somerville T., foreman of True 

Banner. 
St. Andrew Church (Presbyterian) 

Rev. James Herald, pastor. 
Statham Enoch, machinist. 
St. Augustine Church, R. C., 

Rev. J.O'Riley, P. P. 
Sterns, Mrs., widow. 
St. George and Dragon house 

(Richard Sanders prop. 
St. James' Church, (Episcopal) 

Rev. F. L. Osier, rector, and 

Rev. J. McLean Ballard asst. 

minister. 
Sullivan, Connell, laborer. 
Sullivan, James, laborer. 
Sullivan, Patrick, laborer. 
Suter, R. W., sec-treasurer Canal 

Co. and Insurance agent &c. 
Suverus, Rees . , laborer. 
Talbot, Richard, cotton weaver. 
Taylor, John, laborer. 
Thomas E. S., carpenter. 
THOMPSON, JAS., accountant, 

Park. 
Thornton, John, M., postmaster. 
Tolmie, Charles, freight agent, G. 

W. R. 
Troy, Mr., laborer. 
True Banner newspaper Jas. Som- 
erville Ed. and prop. 
Urquhart, A., blacksmith. 
VanNoble, Thomas, gardener. 
VanNoble, David, holier maker. 



Verner, Mrs, Catherine, boarding, 

house. 
Wagstaff, John, tinsmith. 
Waite, Mrs. Harriet, widow. 
Walker, A. H., M. D. 
Walker, Godfrey, laborer. 
Wallace, William, laborer. 
Wannum, Mrs. M., widow, tailor 

ess, h Gov'rs Road. 
WARDELL, A. R. (Robertson & 

Warden.) 
Watson, David, farmer. 
Watson, L. B., tailor. 
Weaver, Mrs., widow. 
WEBSTER, JOSEPH, propr, 

Ashbourne flouring mills and 

cotton batting factory. 
Welsh, John, laborer. 
Wesleyan Methodist Church, Re v. 

H. P. Bland, minister. 
West, Silas, teamster. 
Wheeler, John, mason. 
White, James, laborer. 
Wilbey, Frederick, laborer. 
Wilbey, Thomas, carriage maker. 
Williams, Mrs., widow. 
WILSON, JOHN propr Went- 

worth Mills, (see card). 
WILSON, RICHARD T.,grocer. 
Wilson, Richard T., candy shop. 
Wilson, Thomas, founder. 
Wilson, Wm., grocer. 
WINK, A. S.,law student. 
Western Hotel, G. F. Scace, prop. 
Witherspoon, Alex., machinist. 
Wood, John bailiff, div. court. 
WOODHOUSE, ED., town clerk. 
Woods, Andrew, Agent, Forsyth. 
Woods, Robert, founder. 
Wright, John, boiler maker. 
Wyatt, Robert, engineer. 
Wynne, Dominick, laborer. 



Pateut JDrnui Heaters inanufacturecl by S. i^ortlij 
Hf cNab Street. 



388 



VILLAGE OP PEEELTON. 

£LFRIDA. 



A post office of the Towoship of Saltfleet. Tri-weekly mail. Popu- 
lation 50. 



FR£ELTO^. 

A post village in the Township of West Flamboro'. It is about equi- 
distant from Hamilton, Guelph, Dundas, Waterdown, Milton and Hes- 
peler, and situated at the junction of good macadamized and gravel 
roads, leading to each of the above places. It contains three stores, 
two taverns, a merchant tailor's and boot and shoe store, blacksmith's 
and wagon maker's shops. The flouring mills, carried on by Mr. Robert 
Noble, contain 4 run of stone, propelled by two engines of 40 horse 
power. The buildings are stone and wood, the former 50 m 30 feet, 4> 
stories high, and the latter frame, 45x30, two stories high. It has the 
capacity of grinding 120 barrels per day. 

The saw mill is carried on by Mr. Lewis Panabaker, who employs 
about eight hands, and 20-horse steam power. Turns out about 
1,000,000 feet of sawed lumber, and 100,000 feet of lath, per annum. 

Messrs. James Brady & Son are engaged in carriage making and the 
manufacture of agricultural implements. The premises are wood, one 
story high, and 76x30 feet. 

It has a post office, and a daily line of stages, carrying the mail to 
and from Hamilton to Guelph, a good stone school house, also, a cheese 
factory in the immediate neighborhood. Population_250 



Addison, Mrs. Ellen, propr. Freel- 
ton House. 

Allen, Michael, boot and shoe- 
maker. 

Atkinson, E. L., M.D. 

BRADY JAMES,& SON, carriage 
maker & agricultural implement 
manufacturers. 

Brown, David, builder. 

Chisholm, A., tailor. 

Curry, Geo., blacksmith. 

DAVIDSON, PETER, builder. 

Duffy, Augustus, laborer. 

Dukelow, Richard, laborer. 

Ferguson, James, carpenter. 

FREEL, PATRICK, hotel 
keeper. 

Flook, C. W., M.D. 

HIRST, JAMES, P. M. 



HIRST, JAMES & EDWARD, 
general merchants. 

Hood, James, weaver. 

Hunter, Robert, sawyer. 

Kirk, John, miller. 

Kitchen, Thos., miller. 

McLaren, J., cheese factor. 

McManus, M. G., merchant tailor. 

Mars, Joseph, blacksmith. 

Maynard, Rodger, merchant, 

Morrissy, Richard, laborer. 

NOBLE, ROBERT, miller. 

PANABAKER, L. saw mill pro- 
prietor. 

Rowley, James, general merchant. 

ShillingtOD, Thomas, laborer. 

Smith, Sydney, farmer. 

SullivaU) Thomas, engineer. 

Wheeler, James, farmer. 

Wheeler, Joseph, farmer. 



Hot Air Furnaces pat up by S. IVortb, McNab Sitreet. 



GLANrORDi 



389 



WM. CBAIG, PROPRIETOR 

m:ounx hoi»is, onta-R-io. 



GLMFORD, (Tillage Mount Hope.) 

A post village in the township of Glanford, eight miles from Hamil- 
ton on the Hamilton and Caledonia Plank and Gravel Road. In the 
village there are two carriage and wagon factories, Mr. John Neale em- 
ploys from three to four hands turning out carriages, wagons, buggies, 
sleighs, cutters, &c. Mr. Samuel Wilcox turns out a large number of 
wagons, buggies, sleighs, cutters, harrows, cultivators, &c. Two stores, 
three hotels, a good school, with an average attendance of sixty pupils, 
and two churches, viz : Church of England, and the Wesleyan Metho- 
dist Church. The Sons of Temperance have a division and hall. — 
Loyal Orange Lodge No. 19 meets the second Tuesday in each month. 
Mails daily. Population about 150. 



Armstrongr, Wm., blacksmith 
ATKINSON, JOHN, postmaster 

and grocer. 
Atkinson, Wm., laborer. 
BATES, WM. W., and student 

in arts, Victoria University. 
BETHUNE, ALEX., M. D., 

physician and surgeon. 
Brierly, George, butcher. 
Brierly, William, butcher. 
Burns, Matthew, laborer. 
Carroll, Nichol, hotel keeper. 
CASE, J. S. & D. G., general 

merchants. 
CRAIG, WM., prop. Mount Hope 

Stage House Hotel. 
Davidson, Alexander. 
Dunn, John, farmer. 
Every, John, hotel keeper. 
Finch, James, pedlar. 
Frazer, Jacob, farmer, 
Gillen, David, blacksmith. 
Gordon, John, weaver. 



Hammond, Richard, laborer. 

Hibbard, B., carpenter. 

Hibbard, Richard, carpenter. 

Hibbard, Wm., carpenter. 

McClement, John, shoemaker. 

Martin, Adam, farmer. 

MULHOLLAND, WILLIAM 
farmer. 

NEALE, JOHN, wagon and car- 
riage maker, and general black- 
smith, (see adv't.) 

POTTS, CHAS. D., merchant. 

Shafer, Abraham, laborer, 

Shafer, Jacob, butcher. 

Shafer, William, mechanic. 

SMITH, WM. L., M.D. 

Snider, Joseph, farmer. 

Taylor, Wm. & Son, weavers. 

Waters, Charles, laborer, 

WILCOX, SAMUEL, carriage 
and wagon maker. 

Williams, John, laborer. 

Youngs, William, farmer. 



Hot Air Fnmaces pat np by S. Nortb, NcNab street. 



390 VILLAGE OP GREENSVILLE. 

JOHN NE A L E, 

AND 

GENERAL BLACKSMITH> 

MOUNT HOPE. ONT. 



GREENSVILLE. ONTARIO, 

JAMES ARMSTRONG, - - PROPRIETOR. 



GOOD WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. 



GREENSVILLE. 

A post village in the township of West Flamboro', 7 miles from Ham- 
ilton, and one mile and a half from the Dundas station on the Great 
Western Railway . There is considerable manufacturing carried on in 
lumber, flouring, distilling, and wood-turning. 

Mr. Francis W. Hore employs from 20 to 25 hands in the manufactur- 
ing of sawn lumber, lath and shingles, water power is used. The build- 
ing is 75 by 45, and two stories high. 

Mr. Jonathan Morden, carries on the flouring, gristing and lumber bus- 
iness. The flour mill contains two run of stone, and the saw mill turns 
out about one million feet per annum. 

Mr. James Wales is engaged in the flouring business, and general 
gristing. This mill has two run of stone and the machinery is propelled 
by water power . 

Mr. John Steel, here carries on one of the largest distilleries in Ont. 
The building is 120 feet long by 40 wide, three stories high, and sub- 
stantially built of stone. The sheds and pens give ample room for the 
feeding ot one hundred head of cattle, and about three hundred hogs. — 
14 horse steam power is used, and irom 6 to 8 hands are employed. 

In wagon and carriage making Mr. Henry Higgins employs three 
hands. 

The village has a good school, with an average attendance ofsixty- 

HLot Air Furnaces put up by S. Wortli, MclVab street. 



VILLAGE OF GREENSVILLE. 



391 



five ; Joseph Smith, teacher. Mails daily. At Bullock's corners there 
is a very good hotel, stores, and the Ashborune flouring mills, established 
in 1856, The buildings are stone four stories in height, and contain 
four run of stone, having a capacity of grinding one hundred barrels of 
flour per diem. Therfe is also the Ashbroune cotton batting factory, 
carried on by Joseph Webster, Esq. Daily mails. 



ARMSTROXa, JAMES, propr. 
Rising Sun Hotel. 

ASHBOURNE COTTON BAT- 
TING FACTORY, Jos. Web- 
ster, propr. 

ASHBOURNE FLOURING 
AND GRIST MILLS, J. Web- 
ster, propr. 

Ballantine, Thomas, cooper. 

Barr, Frederick, tailor. 

Fink, John, laborer. 

Fraser, David, weaver. 

Globinsky, Louis, cooper. 

HIGGINS, HENRY, carriage and 
wagon maker. 

HORE, FRANCIS W., saw mill 
prop, (see card.) 

Jackson, Wm., sawyer. 

Joyce, Geo. C, machinist. 

JOYCE, JAMES, postmaster and 
general merchant, (see card.) 

JOYCE, JAMES, jr., manufactur- 
er and dealer in boots and shoes, 
(see card.) 



Lackey, John, weaver. 
Lario, Paul, sawyer. 
McCarthy, Chas., school teacher. 
McMaster, Charles, mason. 
MORDEN, JONATHAN, flour 

and saw mill propr. (see c;ird.) 
Morin, T., blacksmith. 
Peet, Thomas, carpenter. 
Perry, A., wood turner. 
Port, George, cooper. 
SNISDELL; JOSEPH, township 

clerk. 
Soper, George, carpenter. 
STEEL, JOHN, propr. Flamboro' 

distillery. 
Steen, John, wood turner. 
Thompson, Joseph, teamster. 
Thompson, William, mason. 
Vincent, Henry, engineer. 
WALES, JA3IES, flouring and 

grist mills, (see card.) 
WEBSTER, JOSEPH, propr. 

Ashbourne Flonring and Grist 

Mills,and Cotton Batting Factory 



JAMES WALES. 

r,Jliy.\X ti'icliVcO AiXXlJLw) Ji5 MJi 

aREE]srsvii:.LiLE ont 



i>ostm:a.ster ^nd 

GREENSVILLE. ONT. 



392 VILLAGE OP KIRKWALL. 

F. W. HOPE, 



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J* 



AND 

BAJ^ MILL i>roi^iiie:tok> 

GR££NSVILL£, ONT. 

JAMES JOYCE, JR. 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



A post village (called Hannon's Corners) in the township of Glanford, 
7 miles from Hamilton, and 48 miles from Toronto. It contains one 
store, two hotels, and a saw mill. 



JERSEYYILLE. 

A post village in the township of Ancaster, situated in the midst of 
an old settled and finely improved agricultnral section of the country. 
The post office is 16 miles from Hamilton, and 55 from Toronto. It 
contains one steam saw mill, two churches — the Wesleyan Methodist 
and Episcopal Methodist. Mails tri-weekly. Popnlation 200. 

YOUNG, HENRY F., postmaster | YOEMAN, DR., physician and 
and general merchant. j surgeon. 



KIKKWALL, 

A post village in the township of Beverley, 20 miles from Hamilton. 
It contains two stores, one church, one hotel, blacksmith shop, and boot 
and shoe shop. Population about 60. The United Presbyterian 
Church at this place was erected in 1852 of stone, and will accommo- 
date one thousand persons. Mails tri-weekly. 

Patent Dram Heaters manufactured by S. Xorth, 
AIc'Nab {Street. 



VILLAGE OP LYNDEN. 



393 



LYISDEN. 

A post village of the townstip of Beverley, and station of the Great 
Western Railway, 15 miles from Hamilton, 10 from Brantford, 12 
from Paris, and 15 miles from Gait. There is a large business 
done here in the lumber trade. Mr. B. Vansickle's saw and grist mills 
were erected in 1857, of frame, steam power, thirty-five horse. The 
saw mill has the capacity of turning out about one thousand feet per 
hour, and twelve hands are kept employed by Mr. Vansiekle, the 
flouring mill has the capacity of manufacturing forty-eight barrels of 
flour per day. The steam saw mill carried on by Mr. Nathaniel 
Dyment gives employment to from 15 to 20 hands, and has the capacity of 
sawing about 2,000,000 feet, 2,000,000 shingles and 500,000 feet of 
lath per annum. Mr. Benoni Blasdell, lumber and shingle manufac- 
turer, employs from 8 to 12 hand, and a steam engine of twenty horse- 
power; saws about 1,500,000 feet o^ lumber, 500,000 shingles and 
500,000 feet of lath annually. Mr. Wm. Clement is engaged in the 
manufacture of woolen goods, custom carding, spinning, cloth manufac- 
turing, &c.; employs from 8 to 10 hands, and an engine of ten-horse 
power. There are two carriage and wagon manufactories, Messrs. 
Edward Liddycoat and Wm. Barrett, who are each doing a good business. 
Mr. Liddycoat employs about five hands, and is also carrying on the 
grocery business. Lynden contains two churches, viz., the New Con- 
nexion Methodist and the Methodist Episcopal, 5 stores, 2 hotels, a good 
school, several work shops and a pottery. Population 500. Mails daily. 



AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 

Wm. McRae, agent. 
ATKINSON, SOMERS, general 

merchant and lumber dealer. 
Barrett, Wm., wagon and carriage 

maker. 
Barrington, John, station-master 

G. W. R. 
BLASDELL, BENONI, farmer 

and lumber manufacturer. 
Blasdell, John, blacksmith. 
Blows, Lewis, carpenter. 
Bradwin, Ed., potter. 
Bradwin, Joseph, potter. 
CLEMENT, WM., woolen goods 

manufacturer and farmer . 
Cole Albert, shingle maker. 
Cornell, Jeremiah, general mer- 
chant. 



Daniels, Samuel; paper maker. 

Downham, David, toUkeeper. 

Draper, Rev. S., Meth. EpiscopaL 

DYMENT, NATHANIEL, gen- 
eral merchant, proprietor steam 
saw mills, and farmer. 

Dyment, Peter, grocer. 

Dyment & Liddycoat, grocers. 

Forsyth, Arch., section superinten- 
dent, G. W. R. 

Gillen, John, blacksmith. 

Gibbons, Chas., plasterer. 

Gidney, Joseph, teamster. 

Halliday, George, sawyer. 

Hood, Charles, laborer. 

Hoose, Jas., prof of music. 

Homing, Wm., shoemaker. 

HOWARD, HENRY M., L.D.S., 
surgeon dentist. 



Patent Drum Heater.^ manufactured by S, Xortli, 
Mc^STab Street. 



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394 



VILLAGE OP LYNDEN, 



Lemon, Wm., watchmaker and 
gunsmith. 

LIDDYCOAT, EDW'D., black- 
smithing, carriage and waggon 
making, grocer, &c. 

Lovegrove, David, farmer. 

LYNDEN HOUSE, John Misener 
propr. 

McAllister, Kev. James, N. M. C. 

McDonald, Mrs. John, proprietor 
Western Hotel. 

McLean, John, teacher. 

McLean, Oscar, lumber agent. 

McRAE, CHAS. A., M.D., phy- 
sician and surgeon. 

McRAE, WM., postmaster, and 
Am. Express agent, telegraph 
and insurance agent. 

May, Wm., lumber dealer. 

Misener, John, hotelkeeper. 

Montgomery, Wm., tailor. 

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH 
CO., Wm. McRae, agent. 

Nesbitt, Adam, farmer, and steam 
saw mill prop. 

ORR, JAMES E., boots, shoes, 
and ready-made clothing. 



ORR, WESLEY F., general mer- 
chant, and lumber merchant. 

Orr, W., clerk. 

PATERSON, ROBERT L., boot 
and shoe maker. 

Pettit, Adam, blacksmith. 

Rouse, Mrs. Henry, farmer and 
steam saw mill proprietor. 

Ryan, Thomas, laborer. 

Shaver, Jas. W., telegraph operator. 

Smitb, John P., potter. 

Skea, James, carpenter. 

Strachan, Robert, laborer. 

Terlune, Miss, milliner. 

Tufford, Francis, laborer. 

VANSICKEL, BENONI, farmer 
and prop steam, saw and grist 
mills, (see card.) 

Vanaickle, Benoni, jun., farmer. 

Vansickle, Henry, farmer. 

Vansickle, Nathan, gentleman. 

Vansickle, Wm. B., carpenter. 

Wing, A., sawyer. 

Wing, Wm., shingle maker. 

Wood, Robert, saddler. 

Woolams, Daniel, miller. 



Custom Carding, Spinning, Weaving, &c. 

Also, Manufacturer of Full Cloths, Blankets & Flannels of all kinds. 



MANUFACTURER OP AND DEALER IN 

LUMBER, LATH, SHINCLES.&C. 



VILLAGE OP MILLGROVE. 



395 



MOUNT ALBIOX. 

A post village ia the township of Saltfleet, seven miles from Hamil. 
ton, and fity-two miles from Toronto. There are two medicinal springs 
in the vicinity. Mails tri-weekly. Population 100. 



COOK, JAMES N, J. P. 

postmaster, miller, and 

grower. 
Clarke, Duncan, merchant. 
Davis, Daniel P., farmer. 
Davis, Jonathan, farmer. 
Dunn, Alexander. Shoemaker. 
Freeman, Wm., farmer. 
Grassie, Chas., blacksmith. 
Johnston, Wm., hotel keeper. 



and 
hop 



Laing, Wm., tailor. 

McMillan, E. M., prop Victoria 
Hotel. 

Spera, Henry, farmer. 

Springstedj John, farmer. 

Turner, Dugald, prop Albion Ho- 
tel, carpenter and builder. 

Turner, John, farmer. 

Wilson, D., carpenter and builder. 



MOUKTSBERG. 

A post village in the township of Flamboro' East, situated on the 
Twelve Mile Creek, 16 miles from Hamilton. Mr. G. W. Green, shin- 
gle and flour barrel heading manufacturer, employs about ten hands, 
and a steam engine of fifteen horse power. The factory is wood, 60 by 
60 feet. 



Dawson, Solomon, farmer. 
Ewens, John, farmer. 
Forsyth, Kev. W., baptist. 
GREEN, G. \V., shingle and. 

flour barrel heading manufr. 
McCormick, James, shoemaker. 
Mcintosh, Donald, tailor. 
McLAPtEN, JNO., blacksmith, 

carriage maker and veterinary 

surgeon. 
McLean, James, school teacher. 



Mount, A., farmer. 
Mount, Mr?., John. 
Page, Mrs., John. 
Payne, J. N., merchant and post- 
master. 
Revell, Chas., farmer 
Revell, Thos., farmer. 
Savage, John, farmer. 
Smith, John, farmer. 
Smith, Rev., P. H., M.E. 



MILLGROYE. 

A post village in the township of West Flamboro', on the Townline 
between East and West Flamboro, 7 miles from Hamilton, add IS from 
Guelph. It contains three stores, two hotels, brick school house, two 
churches, (Wesleyan Methodist and New Connexion Methodist,) three 
steam saw mills, and shingle factory. Mr. Charles S. Cummins employs 
from 12 to 16 hands, and two engines of 28-horse power, manufacturing 
lumber and shingles. Mr. David Peters employs from 4 to 8 hands 

Hot Air Furnaces pnt up by S. North, McNab street. 



396 



VILLAGE OP PROQRESTON. 



and an engine of 12-horse power, and Mr. Edward Markle, 3 to 4< 
hands, and an engine of 12-horse power ; both doing a large business 
in lumber and shingle manufacturing. Population 150. 



Anderson, John, hotel keeper 

BLACK'S CORNER'S HOTEL, 
Joseph Black, prop. 

BLACK, JOSEPH, general mer- 
chant and hotel keeper. 

Brown, Wm., teacher. 

Burney, Wm., merchant. 

Cooper, Samuel, farmer. 

Crooker, Oliver, laborer. 

CUMMINS, CHARLES S., prop 
steam saw mill and shingle fac- 
tory. 

Cummins, David, farmer. 

Cummins, John, teamster. 

Cummins, Shipman, farmer. 

Everett, David, pump maker. 

Laferty, Edward, farmer. 

Mahony, D., toUgate keeper. 

Markle, Alfred, farmer. 

MARKLE, EDWARD, steam 
saw mill prop. 

Markle, John, teamster. 



saw 



Miller, Henry, mason. 
Miller, Thomas, blacksmith. 
Nichol, John, gentleman. 
Orr, William, carpenter. 
Palmer, A. B. carpenter. 
PETERS, DAVID, steam 

mill prop. 
Philips, Robert, pump maker. 
Rogers, Henry, laborer. 
Rolph, Charles, laborer. 
Ryckman, Nelson, farmer. 
Rymal, Jacob, shingle maker, 
Shilton, Daniel, shingle maker. 
Shilton, J. D., shingle maker. 
Shilton, Joseph, shingle maker. 
Stacy, Lewis, laborer. 
Thompson, H., postmaster. 
Thompson, Wesley, laborer. 
Thompson, Wm., shoemaker. 
Tyner, Richard, laborer. 
Worthington, Joshua, wagon marek 



PROGRESTO^. 

A village in the township of Flamboro' East, on Jots four and five, i 
the eighth concession, about one mile from the village of Carlisle, si^ 
miles from Waterdown station on the Great Western Railway, and 
twelve miles from Hamilton. The Twelve Mile Creek here furnishes 
an abundant supply of hydraulic power, having a perpendicular fall of 
sixteen feet, which is made available in propelling the machinery of a 
peg factory, two grist mills and three S9w mills. In the peg factory 
about twelve hands are employed by Mr, Charles Lawry. It is the only 
factory in the Dominion that turns out the " Ribbon " peg for pegging 
machines as well as the ordinary split peg. The factory is under the 
management of Mr. W. C. Burton. In Campbell's saw mills there are 
eight hands who turn out about 500,000 feet of sawn lumber per annum. 
C impbell's flouring and gristmills are built of brick, 4 stories high,42x3 
feet, have three run of stone, and turn out about 100 barrels daily. At 
Patton's saw mills about 300,000 feet of lumber are turned out annually. 
Mr. John Mcintosh's flour and grist mills contain two run of stone, and 
are built of wood, three stories high, 36x20 feet. There is one church 

Patent ]>rniu Heaters manufactured by S. Xorth, 
AKeNab S^treet. 



TILLAGE OP ROCKTON. 



397 



here, the Messiah, erected in 1863 ; 
Population 150. No post office yet 
Ashberry, Wm., blacksmith. 
Beatty, Henry, sawyer. 
BURTON, WM. C, manager peg 

factory. 
Campbell, Rev. Daniel. 
Campbell, John, sawyer. 
CAMPBELL, WM., flouring and 

saw mill prop. (See card.) 
Crooker, Wesley, farmer. 
Doherty, Wm., lab. 
Edgar, John, sawyer. 



Rev. Daniel Campbell, minister, 
established. 

Flemming, Adam, miller. 
Griffin, Barney, teamster. 
LAW^RY, CHAS., proprietor peg 

factory. 
Mcintosh, Robert, peg maker. 
McINTOSH, JOHN, flour mills. 
Missouri, Thomas, builder. 
Tansley, Joseph, farmer. 
Tansley, Aaron, sawyer. 
Thompson, Wm., farmer. 
Zimmerman, Isaac, teamster. 



WILLIAM CAMPBELL, 

PROGRESTOX 

FLOURING, GRIST AND SAW-MILLS, 



ROCRTON, 

A post village in the township of Beverley, situated on the Macadam- 
ized road from Dundas to Gait, fifteen miles from Hamilton, and tea 
miles from Gait. It contains one store, two hotels, and a fine stone 
Town Hall, erected at a cost of two thousand dollars. The Churches 
of England, Presbyterian, Methodist and United Brethren, hold ser- 
vices occasionally in the Town Hall. There is an excellent school here, 
with an average attendance of 90 pupils, which is kept open all the year. 
The Fourth Division Courts are held here — Wallace McDonald, clerk; 
Robert Hunter, bailifi". Mails daily. Population, 100. 



Bannen, Richard, saw miller. 

Barnaby, B. B., laborer. 

Barron, Walter, propr. Rockton 
House. 

Bell, Alex., school teacher. 

Carnaghan, Andrew, farmer. 

CliiFord, Wm., farmer. 

CORNELL, BENONY, postmas- 
ter and general merchant. 

Hogan, John, laborer. 



Howard, Henry, dentist and watch- 

HUNTER, ROBERT, bailiff, 4th 

Division Court. 
McCusker, Mrs., prop. Farmers' 

Inn. 

McDonald, Wallace, j.p. 

and clerk 4<th Division Court. 
Riddle, Walter, farmer. 
Shannon, James, blacksmith. 
White, Thos., retired. 



Hot, Air Fnrnaees put np by S. North, NcNab street. 



398 



VILLAGE OP STONEY CREEK. 

RYCRMAK'S COMERS. 



A post office in the township ot Barton, four miles from Hamilton, on 
the Caledonia gravel and plank road. It contains one store, two hotels, 
blacksmith and wagon shop. Mails daily. 



CARR, JOHN, prop. Royal Oak. 
COWIE, THOMAS, general mer- 
chant. 
Dawson, George, wagon maker. 



McKee,Henry, prop Barton House. 
Skinner, George, blacksmith. 
WELLS, WILLIAM, postmaster, 
builder and wagon maker. 



SHEFFIELD. 

A post village in the township of Beverly, on the Dundas and Gait 
Macadamized road, 19 miles from Hamilton, and 6 miles from Gait. — 
It contains one store, three churches, viz., the Church of England, the 
Wesleyan Methodist, and the United Brethren, also, a school . Mails 
daily. Population 150. 

Abel, Frederick, tailor. 
Armstrong, Benj., gentleman. 
Beemer, Munson, farmer. 
BOND, EDWIN, general mer- 
chant and postmaster. 



I Main, David, sen., farmer. 
i Main, David, farmer. 
! Main, Edward, laborer. 
I Middlemiss, Robt., carpenter. 
Moflfat, Adam, farmer. 



Chapman, George, boot and shoe i Munson, Lent, laborer. 



maker. 
Crawford, John S., clerk. 
Davis, David, blacksmith. 
Falkner, Arthur, laborer. 
Kenzie, D. M., clerk. 
LUNDY, JOHN B., M. D. 

sician and surgeon. 



phy- 



Bicker, Christopher, farmer. 
i Rintoul, David, farmer. 
I Rintoul, David, jr., wagon maker. 
i Shannon, William H., prop. Shef- 
j field House. 
j Sirrs, John, laborer, 
i Teeple, Schuyler, mail carrier, 



Stoney Creek. 

A post village in the township of Saltfleet, on the Hamilton Macada- 
mized road, seven miles from Hamilton, 11 from Grimsby and 46 
miles from Toronto. It is situated on the banks of the Stoney Creek. 
The village now contains two stores, three hotels, a school, two wagon 
and carriage factories and one church, viz : Wesleyan Methodist. The 
5th Division Courts are held here, John J. Bradley, clerk ; Stid 
Springsted, bailiiF. Mails daily, population 200 

Wentworth Lodge, A.F. & A.M., No., 66. 
Monday on or before the full moon in each month. 



-Regular meetings, 



Patent Drum Heaters manufactured l>y S. North, 
McXab S^treet. 



i 



VILLAGE OP STRABANE. 



399 



ACACIA HOTEL, E. M. Mc 

MillaD, prop. 

ALEXANDER, REV. MR., 
Churcli of England. 

Barrett, Mark, laborer. 

BRADLEY, JNO. J., general 
merchant, and clerk Division 
Court. 

BRIDGMAN,IRWIN, M. D.,pliy- 
sician and surgeon. 

Brown, Thos., dentist. 

CAMPBELL, D. W., M.D. phy- 
sician and surgeon, and photo- 
grapher. 

Combs, H. A., carpenter. 

COMBS, JNO., cradle manufac- 
turer. 

Depew, Peter toll-keeper. 

DONOGHUE, JEREMIAH, car- 
riage maker. 

Finton, Thos. Gardener. 

Galbraith, Brock, carpenter. 

Gillerland, Thos. 0., gardener. 

Howell, Samuel, laborer. 



HULL, HENRY, prop Exchange 
Hotel. 

JONES, A. G., postmaster and 
grocer. 

Jones, William H., farmer. 

Lee, David, blacksmith. 

Lee, James, sen., gentleman. 

Lee, James, blacksmith. 

Lee, Hamilton, blaeksmith. 

Lottridge, William, farmer. 

McMlLLAM, E. M., hotel keeper. 

MARL ATT, Albert, hotel keeper. 

Marlatt, Caleb, gentleman. 

Russell, G., shoemaker. 

Smith, Joel, gentleman. 

Spera, Henry, farmer. 

Springstead, Jasper, constable. 

Sprin^stead, Oliver, wagon maker. 

SPRINGSTEAD, STID, bailiff. 

SPRINGSTEAD & SON, carriage 
and wagon manufacturers. 

Squire, Roland, mason. 

Tessier, Edward, potash manufac- 
turer. 



Strabane. 

A post village in the township of Flamboro' West, on the Brock Mac- 
adamized road, fifteen miles from Hamilton. It was first settled by 
Mathew Peebles, Esq., in 1842, at the post office location, which is 
about three-quarters of a mile from the village. The post office was es- 
tablished in 184:9, and Mathew Peebles appointed postmaster, who still 
holds the appointment. Here there is one store, and at the village one 
hotel and one saw mill. Mr. Walter Grieve's saw mills give employment 
to from 15 to 20 hands, and one and a quarter million feet of sawn lum- 
ber are turned out per annum. There is a good school, and one church 
(Presbyterian), Mails daily. Population 100. 

Hood, Wm., engineer. 



Bain, Thos., farmer. 
Brannan, Wm. farmer 
BRANNAN & DICKSON, gen'l 

merchants. 
Brannigan, Geo. engineer. 
Fraser, Angus, farmer. 
Grieve, John, lumber dealer. 
GRIEVE. WALTER, steam saw 

mills, lathing mill and shingle 

factory. 
Hood, John, lab. 



Macastle, Alex., lab. 

McLean, Rev. Alex., Can. Pres. 

Muir, James, teacher. 

Murray, James, farmer. 

Murray, Wm., farmer. 

Nichol,M., lab. 

PEEPLES, MATTHEW., J. P., 

postmaster and deputy-Reeve. 
STRABANE HOTEL, T. E. 

Smith, prop. 



400 



VILLAGE OP TROY; 



TAPLEYTOWN, 

A post village in the township of Saltfleet, situated on Stoney Creek, 
11 miles from Hamilton and 13 from Smithville. It contains two 
churches, Episcopalian and Episcopal Methodist, two stores, two black- 
smith shops, one shoe shop, a school house, and one pump factory. 
Population about 100. 



Calvary, Joseph, butcher. 

CLARK, JOHN B., general mer- 
chant. 

CLARK, JOHN, (Harris & Clark) 

Clark, \Vm., laborer. 

Combs, James, laborer. 

Combs, Wm. H., carpenter and 
builder. 

Conlon, D., mariner. 

Dewitt, George, farmer. 

Doherty, Henry, farmer. 

HARRIS & CLARK, (Samuel 
G. Harris and John Clark), 
pump makers. 



HARRIS, SAMUEL, school 

HARRIS, SAMUEL G., (Har- 
ris & Clark.) 

Howard, John, blacksmith. 

HOWARD, R. J., carriage ironer 
and general blacksmith. 

Jamison, John, shoemaker. 

London, James, farmer. 

Norton, John, lab. 

Pettit, Wm., blacksmith. 

PTOLEMY, JOHN, P. M. and 
general merchant. 

Service, Rev. Rich.. M. E. minister 

Springstead, John, farmer. 



TROY. 

A post office in the township of Beverley, situated on the 2nd con., 6th 
lot, on Fairchild's Creek, and on the Dumfries and Beverley Plank 
Road, 18 miles from Hamilton and 12 from Paris. It contains one 
grist mill, Mr. Wm. Wilson's, who employs both steam and water power 
to propel two run of stone. Mr. Adam Misener owns a saw mill, using 
water power only, and capable of sawing about 5,000 feet daily. Mr. 
John Roelofson is doing a good business in the manufacture of furni- 
ture, &c. There are three saw mills in the vicinityof the village, and 
the village also contains 2 stores, 1 wagon factory, 2 blacksmith shops, 
a school, a church and one hall. 



Bennet, Jessie, shingle. 
Blasdell, John, farmer. 
Buckerel, Geo., colored. 
Cassady, Isaac, butcher. 
Clark, Geo., merchant. 
Cornell, Thos., farmer. 
Cleman, Mrs., Mary. 
Cumming, Mrs. John, widow. 
Cumming, John, farmer. 



Elliott, Wm., waggon maker 
Farmers' Inn Hotel, John Pitton, 

prop. 
Gamble, John, farmer. 
Houghkenbreg, F., shoemakej. 
Jonson, John, farmer. 
Jones, Andrew, farmer. 
Jones, Wm., farmer. 
Laidlaw, Adam, farmer. 



Hot Air Furnaces put up by S. North, IVIcNab Sitrcet. 



VILLAGE OP TWEEDSIDE. 



401 



LawrJson, Jamea, jr., farmer. 
Lawrison, James, sen., farmer, 
Lawrison, Sydney, farmer. 
McCormick, Michael, gentleman. 
Mather, David, blacksmith. 
Misener, Adam, saw mill. 
Misener, Conrad, laborer. 
Misener, Michael, farmer. 
Misener, Clark & John, farmer. 
MullhoUand, Geo., farmer. 
Mulholland, Hugh, farmer. 
Mullatt, John, laborer. 
Naff, John, Naff & Segar. 
Naff «& Segar, merchants. 
Nesbet, Barney, farmer. 
O'Kielly, D., blacksmiths 
PITTON, JNO., Farmers' Inn. 

(See card.) 
Rector, Wm., farmer. 
Robb, Wm., farmer. 



I ROELOFSON,JNO. cabinet mak- 

er and undertaker. (See card.) 

ROELOFSON, J. & E., B. cabin- 

I et makers, etc. 

Roelofson, Wm., farmer. 

Segar, Dennis. 

Segar, Malachi, jr. 

Segar, Malachi, sen. 
^ Segar, Nathl., (Naff & Segar. 

Sherwas, John, lime burner. 

Shortridge, Dennis, laborer. 

Shortridge, Richd., laborer. 

Smith, J. Geo.jlaborer. 

Suple, Wm., farmer. 

Warner, Thos,, prop saw mill. 

Wilson, James, mill prop. 

Wilson, Wm., tailor. 

Wood, Geo., farmer. 

Wood, Lewis, farmer. 

Wood, Samuel, farmer. 



TROY, ONTARIO, 

JOHN PITTON, Proprietor 



FIRST-CLASS WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c., &c, 

JOHN ROELOFSON, 

CABINET MAKER, 

1ga^¥, « « ^ « « @8I1?&M@> 
Tweedside. 

A post village in the township of Saltfleet, 15 miles from Hamilton. 
Mails tri-weekly. 
Althouse, Geo. A., '^harness maker, j Matthews, Fred., shoemaker. 



Cobley, James, blacksmith 
Fillmore, T., mason 



I Owens, R. L., butcher. 
I Soules, J., cooper. 



JOHNSON, GILBERT, M.,post- j Tweedle, Thos., J.P. and farmer, 



master. 

Johnson, Stewart, blacksmith. 
Johnson, M. H;, baker. 
Moore, John, carpenter. 



Muir, M., weaver. 
: Williams, Wm., carpenter, 
j Wright, Geo., painter. 

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402 



VILLAGE OP WATERDOWN, 



Waterdown. 

An important post village in the township of Flamboro' East, situated 
on Grindstone Creek, 6 miles from Hamilton, and 37 from Toronto. — 
The road passing through the village is called Dundas street, and is 2 
miles from Aldershott post office or Waterdown station on the Great 
Western Railway, and three and a half miles from Port Flamboro' on 
Burlington Bay. There are excellent free stone quarries near the banks 
of Grindstone Creek. The village is noted for some excellent manu- 
facturing establishments and other public and private buildings — among 
the manufacturing establishments is the Waterdown flouring mills erect- 
ed in A; D. , 1860, by Hon. W. P. Howland, C. B., now occupied by 
Wm. Robson, who turns out from 100 to 150 barrels of flour daily, 
using water and steam power combined. 

L. A. Cummer, proprietor of the Upper Mills does a large business 
in flour, Indian meal and feed. 

Read Baker's Rake and Cradle Manufactory of business, having 
made up last season, 52,000 rakes and 3,000 grain cradles. 

John Creen cuts two and a half millions feet of lumber annually, 
and 20,000 shingles daily, besides a large quantity of flour barrel 
staves. 

Hiram Broadbent's Brass Foundry and woolen works demand particu- 
lar notice. 

Edward Burn's wagon and blacksmith establishment, on Mill street, 
is in a healthy state of operation, with others of a similar kind. 

The Union Grammar and Common School is a good two story stone 
building picturesquely situated, and in an efficient state. 

There is a large drill shed and a town hall, in which the Mechanics' 
Institute meets and keeps its library. The churches are five in num- 
ber, and very creditable for the place; four being built of cut and 
hammered stone, and the other a well finished frame. Mails daily. — 
Population about 800. 



ANDERSON, SAMUEL, prop. 

American Hotel. 
Applegarth, Wm., lab. 
Arnold, Adam, lab. 
Ashberry, Wm., turner. 
Baker, Abraham, prop. Crown Inn 
BAKER, READ, manufacturer 

of cradles, rakes, &c. 
Baker, H., butcher. 
Raker, Solomon, baker. 
Barnes, James, shoemaker. 
Bell, Mrs., widow. 



Boyle, James, lab. 
BROADBENT, HIRAM, brass 

and iron founder, and woolen 

manufacturer, custom carding 

and spinning. 
Brown, J. H., school teacher. 
Brown, Wm., turner. 
BROWN, EDWARD, wagon 

maker and blacksmith . 
Bradt, Peter, lab. 
Bradt, James, lab. 
Burkholder, J., lab. 



Patent Brniu Heaters mannf'aetured t>y @. Nortb, 
JWEcNato Street. 



VILLAGE OP WATERDOWN. 



403 



Burns, Daniel, lab 

Burns, Edward. 

Burns, James, jr. 

Burns, Joseph, lab. 

Buttonhall, Fras., lab. 

Calbecks & Bro., blacksmiths. 

Carson, Hugh, lab. 

Carson, Joseph, mason. 

Case, S.O., merchant. 

Casey, Stephen, prop. Union Hotel. 

Cleave, John, teamster. 

Clott, John, lab. 

Colyer, John, butcher. 

Crcen, Hugh, gentleman. 

CREEN, JOHN, prop, of saw 

mill, &c. (See card). 
Crooker, W. H., merchant. 
Crusoe, John, cooper. 
Cummer, John, farmer. 
CUMMER, L. A., miller. 
Davis, Andrew, tanner. 
Davis, David, cooper. 
Donohue, Richard, lab. 
Dornan, Patrick, shoemaker. 
Eager, Joseph C, merchant. 
Eaton, S. S., tinsmith. 
EDMISON, REV. W., pastor St. 

Andrew's Church. 
Edwards, Henry, prop. Boadicea 

Hotel. 
Edwards, N. G., clerk. 
English, John, carpenter. 
Fastner, George, laborer. 
Fenucan, Patrick, laborer. 
Fretwell, Mrs., widow. 
Galagan, Patrick, laborer. 
Galivan, James, laborer. 
Gamble, Wm, shoemaker. 
Garvin, J. B. & Bro., shoemakers. 



Grieves, Walter, mason, 

Garen, John, laborer. 

Hadley, Irwin, wagon maker. 

HALE, REV. T. A.,ma8ter gram- 
mar school. 

Harker, Thomas, laborer. 

Hartney, John, laborer. 

Heisser, Wm., grocer. 

HOUSTON. REV. STEWART, 
Church of England, 

HOWLAND, HON. W. P., C.B. 
proprietor (Vaterdown Mills. 

Hugh, Wm., blacksmith. 

Johnston, Robert, laborer. 

Kelsey, Mrs., widow. 

Kibble, John, laborer. 

Knight, John, book-keeper. 

Lee, W. H., cabinetmaker. 

Lee, Wm., gardener. 

Linton, Miss, asst. teacher, 

Lilly, Daniel, tailor. 

Lorree, John, laborer. 

McDonald, John, laborer. 

McKenzie, Kenneth, teamster. 

McMonies, Ja,«., M.P.P,, one mile 
north. 

McMonies, Charles, farmer. 

jMcMonies, James, clerk of Divi- 
sion Court:, Com. in B.R. 

McPherson, Wm., laborer. 

Maher, Ed., laborer. 

Maloney, C, laborer. 
I Maloney, Mrs., widow. 

Maloney, Michael, laborer. 

Mayton, Charles, miller. 

Morden, H., sawyer. 

Morris, J., sawyer. 

Mozier, Edw ard. laborer, 

MURRAY, JOHN J., M.D., &c. 

Nicol, Wm.. mason. 



Glascot, John, laborer' 

GLASGOW, JOHN, J. P.. Capt. j Orr, William, tailor. 

Vol. Co. I Pendergast, James, laborer. 

Graham, John, bailiff. i Philp, Rev., Wes. Methodist. 

GRANT, REV. R, N,, Canada i PHILP, W., M. D., physician, 

Presbyterian. \ surgeon. Mill st. 

Patent l>runi Heaters luanwiactured by iS, North^^^ 
McSfab Street. 



404 



VILLAGE OP WATERDOWN. 



Place, Alex., laborer. 

Piatt, S;, laborer. 

Rathy, Wm,, laborer, 

Reed, Wm., weaver. 

Reynolds, B., gentleman. 

RICHARDSON, REV. GEO., 

N. C. Methodist. 
ROBSON, WM., miller. 
Rymal, Geo., gentleman. 
Scanlan, Michl, laborer. 
Shouldice, J. & S., bakers, 
Schultz, John, laborer. 
Scott, Rev. Mr., N. C. Meth. min. 
Scott, Fras., laborer. 
Seely, Chas., farmer. 
Sheadley, Jacob, weaver. 
Skinner, 0., M. D. 



Slater, P., carpenter. 
Smiley, John, laborer. 
Smith John, H., merchant. 
Springer, Mrs., widow. 
Stewart, James, tailor. 
Stewart, John, carpenter. 
Stewart, Mrs., John. 
Stewart, Wm.,president mechanics' 

institute. 
STOCK, TH0S.,J.P., & tp reeve. 
Teeple, Christopher, teamster. 
Thompson, H., harness maker. 
Thompson, J. B., post-master. 
Truesdell, H., carpenter. 
Truesdell, Wm., teamster. 
WILLOUGHBY, REV. W., 

Wes. Meth. min. 



JOHN GREEN 




MANUFACTURER OF 



WATERDOWN. ONT. 



West Flamboro'. 

A post village in the township of Flamboro' West, situated on Big 
Creek and the Dundas and Gait Macadamized road, three miles from 
Dundas station on the Great Western Railway, and eight miles from 
Hamilton. At Crook's Hollow, half a mile distant from the village and 
at Bullock's Corners there are several mills and factories. The village 
contains several stores, representatives of the various trades, an excellent 
school with an average attendance of 90 pupils, three churches, viz : — 
Presbyterian, Wesleyan and Episcopal Methodists, and one very good 
hotel, kept by Mr. J. B. Smith. The following are among the principal 
manufacturing establishments. 

Messrs. Thomas & William P. Miller, paper manufacturers, employ 
about 14 hands. Every description of printing, Manilla, and wrapping 
papers are turned out in considerable quantities. The factory is situat- 

Hot Air Furnaces put up by IS. JVorth) IH cKab street* 



VILLAGE OF WEST TLAMBORO'.. 



46& 



ed in Crook's Hollow, and is built of stone and wood, two and a Mf 
stories high, and 84 x 54> feet ; with ample capacity to manufacture 
about one ton a day. 

Mrs. C. Bansley employs about 12 hands in the manufacture of 
wrapping paper, and mill or binder's boards. The factory is frame two 
stories high, 55 x 53 feet. 

Messrs. Clark, Langley & Co., woolen manufacturers, Bullock's Cor- 
ners, occupy a stone building, two and a half stories high, being 40 by 
60 feet. They employ about SO hands, and use both water and steam 
power. 

Mr. John Jones, occupies extensive premises, where he carries on the 
manufacture of carriages, buggies, wagons, sleighs, &c., and general 
blacksmithing ; eight hands are here employed. 

The village has diuly mails, and a population of about 500. 



BANSLEY, MRS. WILLIAM, 

paper manufacturer, Crooks' 

Hollow. 
Berry, George, blacksmith. 
Barton. Samuel, blacksmith. 
Betzner, David, farmer. 
Bingham, Hiel, farmer. 
Bowman, Adam, lab. 
Bowman, John, carpenter. 
Bowman, Stephen, carpenter. 
Bussy, Samuel, wagonmaker. 
Christie, Rev. Thomas, United 

Presbyterian. 
Clark, James, weaver. 
Clark, Wm., weaver. 
Colcleugh, Walter, farmer. 
Coleman, James, farmer. 
Coleman, Robert, blacksmith. 
CORNWALL, VINCENT,M.D., 

physician and surgeon. 
CROOKS, THOMAS & SON, 

saw millers and farmers. 
DURRANT, CHARLES, general 

dealer in dry goods, groceries, &c 
Echlin, Daniel, blacksmith. 
Edworthy, Wm., farmer. 
Ewart, Wm., carpenter, 
Fleming, Patrick, farmer. 
GilUes, Wm. 

Gilmore, Wm., contractor. 
Graham, Hugh, lab. 



Graham, Philip, cooperage; 

Hanes, Abraham, farmer. 

Hanes, George, farmer, 

Hanes, Wm., farmer. 

Hodge, Owen, carpenter and joiner 

Irving, John B., jun., carpenter. 

Jackson, George, farmer. 

Jackson, John, butcher. 

Johnstone, John, finisher. 

Jones, Alfred, wagon maker. 

Jones, James, teamster. 

JONES, JOHN, carriage and 
wagon maker, general black- 
smith, &c. (See card.) 

Lawrence, Frederick, carpenter. 

Lepointe, Nelson, farmer. 

Lochrey, Alex., farmer. 

Lucas, Thos., stone cutter. 

McCormick, Levi W., wagonmaker 

McNeil, John, farmer. 

Maloney, John, servant, Miss 
Crooks. 

Maloney, John, lab. 

Markle, David, teamster. 

Martin, Mrs., dressmaker and mil- 
liner. 

Martin, Thos. boot and shoemaker 

MILLER, W. F., [Thos. and W. 
F. Miller.] 

MILLER, THOS. & W. P. 
paper manufacturers. (See card) 



Hot Air Famaecs put up by K, iNorth, NcNab street. 



VILLAGE OP WEST FLAMBORO'. 



MILLER, THOMAS, M. D. 

MILLER & DICKSON, phy- 
sicians and surgeons. 

Morden, Wm.; sawyer. 

Morris, Mrs. 

Murphy, John, lab. 

NefiF, John, sen., farmer, 

.Neff, John, jun., carpenter. 

Newcombe, Jethro, stono cutter. 

Newcombe, John, stono cutter. 

Newcombe, Joseph, stone cutter. 

Rftwcombe, Robert, stone cutter, 

O'Brien, Mrs., boarding house. 

O'REILLY, J. R., M. D,. phy- 
sician and surgeon. 

Oram, Hugh, foreman, paper mill. 

Onimette, Benjamin, blacksmith, 

PERCY, JOHN, merchant tailor 
and postmaster. 



I Rooke, Joseph, lab. 
1 Ross, Wm., farmer. 
' SMITH, J. B., prop. West Flam- 
! boro' Hotel, (See card.) 
i Smith, Alex., insurance agent. 
Smith, J. S., merchant. 
Sullivan, Cornelius, tailor. 
'. Sweet, George, blacksmith. 
: Turley, Joseph, carpenter. 
VAN EVERY, HUGH, general 
dealer in dry goods, groceriee, 
hardware, crockery, &c. 
WEST FLAMBORO' HOUSE, 
Jacob B. Smith, prop. (See 
card). 
Wishart, Alex,, oontraceoi. 
WISH ART, KENNETH, f aimer 
and township treasurer. 



JOHlSr JOISTES, 

MANUFACTURER OP . 

AND 



WEST FLAMBORO', 



ONTARIO. 



WEST FLAMBORO' HOUSE 

V/EST 3?LAMBORO' P. C, ONTARIO, 



The best of accommodations for the travelling public. Good 
Stabling and attentive Hostlers. 



VILLAGE OP WESTOVEH. 



467\ 



THOI^AS S. W. F. MILLER, 

mauhfaoturees of every desoriptioh of 

WEITING, PRINTING, 



WEST rLAMBORO', ONT. 



Westover— [Donnytorook Yillage.] 

A post village in the township of Beverly, fifteen miles from Hamil- 
ton, It contains two ptores, two saw mills, a grist mill, and a good 
Bchool, with an average attendance of fifty pupils, open the whole year. 
There are two churchy ; the Baptist, and the Primitive Methodist 
church. Mails tri-weekly. Population 128 



BURRILL, GEO., general store 
Coohrane, Wm., saw and shingle 

maker. 
Kemp, Joseph, hotel keeper. 
Lindsay, John, prop grist mill. 



McINTOSH, BENJAMIN, post- 
master and tinsmith. 

PURDY, THOS. & JNO., black- 
smiths, s; 

Wallace, S. M., shingle manuf'r. 



Winona (Ontario). 

A post village and station on the Great Western Railway, situated 
near the shore of Lake Ontario, in the township of Saltfleet. The 
country is very fertile in the vicinity, and the scenery from the moun- 
tain of the most beautiful description. It has an extensive grain trade, 
and contains one store, one steam saw mill, owned by Joseph Carpenter, 
Esq., who employs ten men and an engine of twenty horse power, man- 
ufacturing about one and a quarter million feet per annum, every 
description of wood turning is also done at this mill. E. B. Smith, 
Esq., is largely engaged in the manufacture of cheese. The factory ia 
fitted up with the very best appliances for carrying on this business, and 
turns out during the season 500 pounds daily. Distant 12 miles from 
Hamilton. Mails daily. Population 50, 
CARPENTER, GEORGE I>.,\ Ontario House. 



farmer. 
CARPENTER, JOSEPH,general 

merchant, postmaster, and Am. 

Express agent, steam saw mill 
. prop., and councillor, (See card) 
Harrington, Wm., lacksmith, 
MORRISON, SAMUEL W., 



Smith, Benjamin, J, P. 

SMITH, E. B., cheese manufac- 
turer, (See card). 

THOMPSON, GEORGE, statioa 
master, G.W.R, 

Williams, John, farmer. • • 

Wilson, John, farmer. 



408 VILLAGE OP WOODBURN. 

JOS. OA.R.I*ETVTEi;t, 



AGENT AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY. 



PROPRIETOR OF 
Manufacturer of Lumber, &c. Wood Turning of every description. 



^^TiisroisrA. :p. o.> 



OlSTTA-HIO 



E. B. SMITH. 



WINONA, ONT. 



Woodburn. 

A post village in the township of Binbrook, 12 miles from Hamilton. 
It contains a good school, Church of England, frame, two stores, and a 
■steam grist containing two run of stone, 36 horse power, steam is em- 
ployed and about four hands. Mails tri-weekly. Population 100. 



Benner, Wm., wagon maker. 

Case, Alex., shoemaker. 

Cooper, James; boiler maker and 

edge tool manufacturer. 
EDMONDS, JOHN, prop, steam 

flouring and grist mills. 
KING, WM: W., carpenter. 
McGILLICUDDY, JORDON, 

general merchant. 



McKAY, DR., physician and sur- 
geon. 

McMahon, — ., grocer. 

Milsop, Robert, tailor. 

PTOLEMY, WM.. postmaster 
and boot and ehce maker. 

Roberts, John, blacksmith. 

Shaw, Robert, farmer.. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



409 



WH@^li4mi AM® mws:&m< 






mimmi & iii{ii0i¥. 



The Subscriber begs to call the attention of the public generally to a 
NEW invention called 

ISrORTH'S 
PATENT DRUM HEATER. 

For which letters patent were issued on the 10th day 
of April, 1863, and feels fully satisfied that any parties 
who may see fit to give it a, trial will find it greatly to 
their advantage, in a pecuniary point of view, as it will 

Effect a Saving of Half the usual quantity of 
Fuel, and add materially to their Comfort. 
For this admirable invention, the Patentee received 
the Diploma of the Provincial Association for the said 
Drum Heater, when exhibited at the txhibition held 
at Hamilton, on September 26th, 1364 ; and since that 
period many orders have been received from the adjoin- 
ing counties and towns, as the Heater can be applied 
with equal advantage and service to stoves where coal 
is burned as well as wood. 
52 




410 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



HEALTH, COMFOBT AND ECONOMY ! 

The following Certificates, from parties who have the Drums iu use, will 
serve to explain their working, and the results achieved : — 



Great Western Railway y 

Chief Engineer's Office. 
Hamilton, May 2, 1867. 
Messrs. S. North & Co., 
Gentlemen, — After an experience 
of upwards of two years I can confi- 
dently bear testimony totheefiiciency 
of your Patent Heater as attached to 
the ordinary stoves of the country; 
I have had it largely introduced in 
the stations and offices of this Kailway 
and intend to apply still farther 
during the ensuing fall. The effect 
of your Heater is to increase very 
materially the heating power of any 
stove and to diminish the consump- 
tion of fuel at least one-half. 
Yours truly, 

Geo. Lowe Reid, 
Chief Engineer. 

Hamilton, May I8, 1?67. 
For three mouths past I have used 
one of Mr. Forth's Patent Drum Heat- 
ers. The heat it saves efi'ects a great 
saving of fuel, while the uniformity 
with which every part of a room is 



heated is another recommendation in 
its favor. To have, hy its means, a 
room sufficiently heated it is unneces- 
sary to heat the stove to red heat, 
thereby injuring the air near the stove, 
while the remote parts of the room 
have to be heated by radiation, for it 
creates a current whereby all the 
air in the room is raised to the de- 
gree required — uniform heat in all 
parts of the room, comfort and en- 
joyment are the results — at no addi- 
tional expense. I recommend the 
" Heater " to those to whom a smaller 
bill for fuel is an object of any con- 
sideration. 

Arch. Macallum, M. A., 
Prin. Central School, 
Hamilton. 

Hamilton, March 7, 18G7. 

I have used the North Heater in my 
house for some time past and find it 
saves nearly, if notaltogether,one-half 
the fuel, besides increasing the heat 
very materially. 

Joseph Lister. 



NORTH'S PATENT 

DMM HEATER. 



The following gentlemen have now the above Heater in use, and can 
testify to its economical and other advantages : 



J. Sharp, baker, John street. 

D. Moore & Co., dealers in tin, sheet- 
iron, <fec.. King street. 

Wm. Yaldon, City Arms Hotel, McNab 
street. 

H. G. Cooper, Hamilton Coach Fac- 
tory, Bond street. 



Munro & Henderson, King street. 

City Council. 

Joseph Mills, hatter and furrier, James 

street. 
George Barnes & Co., stationers, James 

street. 
S. Woodley, shoemaker, James street. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 411 

Jas. Jolley, harness maker, John street i Gnrney, "Ware & Co., Provincial Scale 
J. P. Pronguey, coach builder. j Works, James street. 



D. Evans, merchant tailor, James 

street. 
Holbrook & Stark, druggists, corner 

of King and Hughson streets. 
John street Methodist Church. 
King street Methodist Church. 
B. M. E. Church. 
George Roach, resaurant, G, W. R. 

Station. 



J. M. Webber, Victoria Rink. James 

street. 
P. W. Dayfoot, boot and shoe dealer. 

King street. 
John Balmer, sexton, John street M. 

Church. 
Z. Pattison, wholesale confectioner. 
Stanbury & Co., dry goods, King 

street. 



W. H. DyeTfttit Dayfoots. I James Reid, cabinet maker. King st. 

They can also be seen at the Northern or Great Western Railway Stations. 

Many other certificates could be given if necessary. All those who have 
the Drums in use, or have seen them working, feel perfectly satisfied, and 
are duo in their praise. They are also well adapted for Hot-Air Furnacis 
as they will ■ ve at least one-third more heat from the same quantity of fuel. 

They n uculiarly adapted for Churches, Schools, Halls, &c. Their effects 
are quickiv '-< It in a more striking manner in large rooms that have been 
found ditti^u t to heat without a very large amount of fuel. They can be 
used on every description of stove, cooking as well as others, and the sizes 
are adapted to rooms in which they may be required. 

Rights to manufacture the Heater for Counties or Townships will be sold 
on reasonable terms, for which, apply to SAMUEL NORTH, or W. B. ADAMS. 
Address : Box 540, Hamilton, Ont. 

Price from $5 and upwards, according to size ; the price of course depending 
upon the size and quality of the material used, and whether of a highly or- 
namental or plain character. 

Parties that are desirous of heating their buildings by hot-air — for which 
this Drum is adapted — should see this Heater, as it is decidedly the best and 
most economical one yet invented. The subscriber will be happy to furnish 
specifications and prices to any parties wha will favor him with their address, 
stating the amount of heat required, &c. 



SAMUEL NORTH, 

McNab street, bet Vine and Merriok, 



CAUTION. — Attempts having been made to infringe upon the rights 
of the above patent, purchasers are requested to take notice that the words 
" J/. North's Fatent,Apri( IQth, 1863," are aflixed to every heater. 

23= Parties infringing on or imitating the above patent will be prosecuted 
according to law. 



412 HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 

topFQ)f ©i'Ifi®€k ^iiJif jfiigli 

Warranted not to leak, or break down with the weight of snow, and 
equal in price to ordinary Eave Troughs of same quality of material. This 
Trough can be manufactured of any size and from one to six feet without 
a Roani. The seam being locked and soldered it possesses double the ad- 
vantage of the ordinary trough in resisting frost, &c. 

SAMUEL NORTH, 
Sole Manufacturer for Hamilton and 
County of Wentworth. 

i^atoit Pat l^ir immtt 

l>ll>loiiia and Prize AM'arded at Provincial £xbil»ition 
Iield at Hamilton, HeiH. 32nd, 1868. 



FURNACE NO. 4. 

The heating surface inside of furnace is 62,820 square inches. The heat 
travels l.GTt inches before leaving the surface. It is the best in use as 
proved by certificates from parties in all parts of the Dominion. For sim- 
plicity of construction, efficiency in heating and economy iu fuel it cannot 
be surpassed. It is no new thing but has been before the public for some 
years, and undergone some very severe tests, but has always been trium- 
phant. It can be applied with equal advantage to Hop Kilns and Dying 
Houses. Parties can refer to the following gentlemen in Hamilton and 
vicinity. 

HOT AIR FURNACES. 

George Lowe Reid, Esq. Chief Engineer, G. W. R. 

Church Wardens of Church of Ascension, 

W. McGiverin, Est.. 

Mr. Sanford of the firm of Sanford, Mclnnes & Co. 

W. Hendrie, Esq . 

Mr. Mclnnes, of the firm of Sanford, McInncs & Co. 

E. Jackson, Esq 

Messrs. D. Moore & Co. 

^milius Irving, Esq., Solicitor, G. W. R. 

Dr J. W Rosebrugh. 

HOP KILNS. 
Messrs. Jordan, Auld, Clark, Cook, Ptolemy, and Campbell. 



HAMILTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



413 



IVIES. I30ISrA.H[OE, 
FASHIONABLE MILLINER. 



1S1A.NTLES MA.DJE TO OKDER, 

ALSO, DEALER IN 

DRESS-TRIMMINGS AND FANCY GOODS, 

Xo. 8, Jolin Street Sontb, Hauiilton. 




114> HAMILTON A1>VERTSEMENTS. 

JOSEPH HERRON, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

DEALER IN 

CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, &c 



John Street North, East Side, Near King Street, 

HADVLILTON", 0]VX- 

•W. 3VL. a-rtE3E3TSr, 

A-CCOT:Tj[SrTA.]NrT, 

HUGHSON STREET, 

First Door North of Myles' Coal Tard. 



Books Opened, Posted, Checked and Balanced. 



HIRONS HOUSE 



EDWARD BARRETT, PROPRIETOR. 



LIQUORS AND GIGARS OF THE BEST BRANDS.