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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS, 
SENT ON ^I>I>LICA.TION 




C, E. AND A. B. HALL, PROPRIETORS, 



TINCTURES, TRITURATIONS, 

bels Syvincves, Surgical Instruments, Pocket Cases Office 
Chests, dlioice Dietetic Articles, Wines, Brandies Stan- 
dard Medical Books and Journals, with every Ar- 
ticle used by the Homeoepathic Profession. 




Soo OVOT*. 




LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



POCKET CASES AND CHESTS 

HOMEOFATHIG MEDICINE 




Hoinoopathie Ckenns! 




FOR DOMESTIC USE, 

TTITH BOOIiS OF IIVSTK,XJOTIOr»f, 

At Prices ranging from $1 25 to $20 00, forwarded to any part of the States 

and Canadas. Send for J. B. Hall's Homeopathic Domestic 

Price Catalogue, containing 25 illustrations. 




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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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SEWING MACHINES 

PRICE, S40.00. 



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It uses no band. It sows equally whichever way the wheel is turned. 

It runs rapidly, making two thousand stitches per minute. Its use 

. is easily learned. There is no re-winding of thread. Don't fail 



to call and see it, or send for a circular. All Machines war- 
ranted. Principal sales rooms for the North-West, 



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jraRlllMO(li,(OI{.J 

Agents Wanted. WM. D. MANN & CO. 

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. 

Taken altogether, the Braman is an admirable Machine, and we are 
pleased to recommend it as something that has been much needed— a cheap 
and good Sewing Machine. — D.\ii.y Tkiiilne. 

We assert, without fear of contradiction from any one who will as through- 
ly examine and test this Machine as we have, that for firmness, uniformity, 
and strength of stitch, facility, noiselessness, and, withal, rapidity of perform- 
ance, and simplicity of construction, it is unequaled by any one. — Joirxal. 

The whole is exceedingly simple and easy to manage, yet firm and reliable 
in its working. It moves easily, and with but little noise. In fact, it works 
like a charm. We Y\ko the Braman, and trust it will find its way into many 
a hou.sehold. — Muijkj.vx F.vrmkr. 

We conceive the Braman Machine to be one of the best, simplest, and 
most durable ever presented to the public. — Amekican Citizen. 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



CLEVELAND 

FEMALE SEMINARY. 



S. N. SANFORD, A. M., 



Principal. 



ASSISTED BY A liARGK CORPS OF 



Competent and Experienced Instructors. 



DBO^I?.3D OIF" TK.TJSTEES- 

JOSEPII PERKINS, Esq., President HORACE P. WEDDELL Esq. 
W. D. BEATTIE, Esq. OLIVER IT. PERRY, Esq. 

HON. H. V. WILSON. TRUMAN P. HANDY, Esq. 

LEONARD CASE, Jr., Esq; JAMES M. HOYT, Esq., Secretary. 

STILLMAN WITT, Esq., Treasurer. 



This Institution is situated in the midst of a beautifully diversified lawn 
of se^en acres, shaded by choice shrubbery and native forest trees; and 
adorned by fish ponds, by a fountain, and by innumerable wild as well as 
cultivated flowers. The edifice is new, spacious and well adapted to its 
use. Its apartments are large, light and airy. It is well and tastefully 
furnished, and abundantly supplied, in all its parts, with pure spring 
water. A large and choice selection of apparatus, and a cabinet of mine- 
rals, afford ample means for illustrating the several branches of Natural 
Science. 



Ffrst Term begins First Thursday in September. Second Term, First 
Thursday in February. 

B6^The Standard of Scholarship is High, the instruction Thorough, 
the discipline mild but firm. 

For information or admission, address 

S. N. SANFORD, Cleveland, Ohio. 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 






^VS^OUKS. 




MANUFACTURER OF 



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SHIP BUILDERS' AND CARPENTERS' 

EDGE TOOLS, 

Warranted Axesp 

TOBACCO, PLANING AND OTHER MACHINE KNIVES, 

NEAR FOOT OF MILL STREET 

ROCHESTER, N. ^. 



AND BUSLNESS DIRECTORY. 



LEONAED HORR, 

REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, 

184 Main Street, Sanford Block, Dubuque. 

[estabushed a. d. 1854.] 



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.A. nsr ID 
CITY PROPERTY AT REDUCED PRICES. 

Will invest Funds, examine Titles, enter Government lands, and pay 
Taxes in Northern Iowa. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 

PROM PEHSOHS WISHING TO SELL. 

Useful information t^iven to those seeking Homes in the West, 



BRAN 



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OPPOSITE nEPOTS^ 



GEORGE W. BRANHAM, Proprietor. 



This House has been thoroughly renovated and newly furnished. 
Meals Ready on the Arrival of Train.s. 



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LAKE 'SHORE GAZETTEER 



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As a Remedial Agent. 

This delicious Tonic Stimulant, 
especially designed for the use of the 
Medical Profession and the Fam- 
ily, having superseded the so called 
" Gins, " •' Aromatic," " Cordial, " 
"Medicated," "Schnapps," etc., is 
now indorsed by all the ^^rominent 
Physicians, Chemists and Connois- 
seurs as possessing all of those in- 
trinsic medical qualities (tonic and 
diuretic) which belong to the OLD 
and PURE Gin. 

^^Put up in quart bottles, and 
old by all Druggists, Grocers, etc. 
A. M. BININGER & CO., 

t-OLE PROPRIETORS, 
No. 119, Broad Street, Ncio York. 



iNBONDOCK 

GENUINE 

COGNAC, 



1849 

Reserve 

WHEAT TONIC, 

Put up iu cases containing one tlozeu Bottles each f 

A. M. BININGER & CO., / 

(Estabirshed 1778,) WI.VE IMPORTERS, / 

No. 19 Broad St., j/, Y. 



EST-^BXjISHIEID Iisr 1778 



The POPULAR WINE IMPORTERS, Messrs A. M. BININGER & Co, No. ]a Broad Street 
New York, have received the following substantial indorsements of their " OLD LONDON 
DOCK GIN,'' which appears to be a standard article with the Druggists. 

CIN AS A REMEDIAL ACEI^T. 

The "OLD LONDON DOCK GIN" of Messrs. A. M. BININGER & CO., 19 Broad Street, 
has been a favorite with the profession for many years. I have frequently prescribed it, and 
always with decided advantage, where ray directions have been followed. It is evidently 
the product of very careful distillation — the active principle — the juniper berrj', being so 
blendid as to give to the spirit a very delicate, fruity and aromatic flavor. In the course of 
a practice often years, I have had occasion to test many of the Gins in the market, and after 
a very, careful examination of numerous samples, have decided that "BININGER'S OLD LON- 
DON DOCK GIN" has no equal. Really good Gin is indispensable in every household, and 
the OLD LONDON DOCK comes emphatically under that head. In selling such an article 
at a fair price, this old Knickerbocker house is doing much for the cause of true temperance. 

COLTON SALTER, M. D , 8 West 39th Street, N. Y. 



"BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN" possesses all the iiualities Ihat can be desired for tliisliigh- 
(wt and noblest use of all wines or liquors. Its ingredients are the distilled juices of carefully selected grains 
made delicately pungent and tlavorous with the aromatic tincture of the juniper berry. Age has mellowed 
all teese mingled aromas, and given an exquisite mildness — a smooth oily body — and an almost floral odor 
to the liquor, which renders it deliciousr, to the senses of smell aiid taste alijve, while its sparkling liquid 
purity leaves nothing for the eve to desire. 

In conclusion, the writer must remark that Messrs A. M, UININGER & CO., 19 Broad Street, N. Y. 
merit the gratitude of the entire medical profession, as will as of the world at large, for having introduced 
a stimulant of such unexceptionable purity, and unequivocal power, both as preventative and curative 
afpnt, and n lininip?f^ nxhiliratini; 1 pverllf^'^ — rhemical .lonrual and JIedic!<l Gazette. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



11 



HART, BALL & HART, 

Manufacturers and Dealers in Plumbers' Goods, 

HOT WATER AND HOT AIR FURNACES, 

GAS AND STEAM FITTINGS, 




31ETAL, ROOFIXG, GtTTERS, COI¥l>l CTORS, Etc. 

Manufactory and Ware-Rooms, No. 237 Main Street, 

btj:f:fj^i_.o, isr. ^r. 

1 ^1 I — - — - 

AGEWT FOR BOYI^GTOW'S 

CKLKUUATKI) 

HOT AIR FURNACES AND REOISTERS. 



TEMPERANCE HOUSE! 

(STRICTLY TEMPERANCE,) 
CORSiER BRUSH AIVO ATWATER STREETS, 

Opposite Det. & Milwaukee Railway Ticket Ofiice, 

DETROIT, - - - - - - MICHIGAN. 

3XE^LS S.-> CEIVTS. 



mmm\ m mniim at law 

INDIANAPOI.IS, INDIANA. 

(Mlice, College Hall IJuildlng-, 45 East Washlnj^tou Street. 

Practices in the State and Federal Courts, and gives Special Attention to Collectinjr. 



I. F. Redfield, Cbiel' Justice, Vermont. I llou. Amor^- Kinney, Torre Haute. 

M. D. Gillman &; Co., .Mer'ts, Chicago. Dr. James 11. Oliver, Cincinnati. 

Ilasselman & Vinton, .Mach'ts, Indian 'polis.l J. N. Kinney, Ag't L. .M. R. R., Cincin'ti. 

Wm. II. Koll, Merchant. Indianajiuhs. Hnrrnee i- Henry, Merchants. Hostnn. 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Jg 



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J. F. WRIGHT, - - - Proprietor, 



iUHLEITM, ILLIiaOli, 

Near the Depot and Steamboat Landing. 



This large and commodious Hotel, newly fitted and furnished, 
is now open for the reception of guests. Baggage conveyed to and 
from the Depot free of charge. 

CLEVELAND PAPER CO., 

Manufactui'ers and Wholesale 

DEALERS IN PAPERS, 

(jt every description, 

WRITING, PRINTING & WRAPPING PAPER, 

Medium, Flat Cap, Folio Post and Demi, Straw Boards, 
Cards, Card Boards and 

PRINTERS' INKS, 



AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES. 



ISr. -W. TA.YLOR, Agent, 

160 Superior Street, opp. Weddell House, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

TUE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR RAGS. 



14 LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 

M: I L LI S' 

INTERNATIONAL 

jJiilf UJjtllllJiAli UAlili£^ 11 I ; 

Corner Woodward Ave. and learned Street, 

OVER D. PRESTON'S BANKING OFFICE, MERRILL BLOCK, 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



Photographs, Amhrotypes, 

DAGUEREEOTTPES & MELAINEOTYPES, 

Of Every Description, Executed in a Superior Style. 



I. T. M IL LIS, 

(SuccKssoR TO D. B. Nichols.) 

•V, B,"-JVo Twenty 'Five Cent Pictures Taken^ 

MOORE, FOOTE & CO., 

Wiiolesale Dealers in 

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS 

Paints, Oils, White Fish and. Trout, 

TWINE, CORDAGE, BELTINGS, &c., &c.. 

FOOT OF CASS STREET, 

FRANKLIN MOORE, ) 
GEO. FOOTE, I 
GEO. F. BAGLEV. j 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



15 



TAYLOR & JEWETT, 




DEALERS IN 

i\Ucut tf ov(laj)c, (BufllisiU Chains and ^nchorss, 

Canvas, Blocks, Oakum. Packing, Naval Stores, Paints, Oils, «tc. 

4 AND 5 MARINE BLOCE, OHIO ST., 

BUFFALO, NEW^ YORK. 

Vessels furnished with complete fit-out of Rigging, Sails, Chains, Blocks, 
Capstan?, Winches, Windlasses, Patent Steering Wheels, Patent Ship Logs, 
Compasses, Telescopes, Furniture and Stores. 

Sails and Rkkjixc, Lokts. — Complete suits of Sails and Gangs of Rigging 
furnished of the best materials and on favorable terms. The work done by 
experienced Riggers and Sail Makers. Constantly on hand the most ap- 
proved styles of Duck Ru.ssia Bolt Rope, Bunting, kc. 

Vessel AND Steamkk Signal LioHTs. — Sole Agents for "Gilliland's Dioptric 
Lons Steamer and Ve.ssel Signals," in relation to which at a late convention of 
underwriters held in this city, the following rule was adopted : "That all Ves- 
sels navigating the Lakes be provided with a set of Dioptric Lens Signal 
Lamps, one of red and one of green stained glass, and the other of bright or 
clear glass, of sufficient size," A:c. 



SIDNEY SHEPAIU). 



AMOS F. FAY. 



ArcUST F. TRIPP. 



SIDNEY, SHEPARD & CO., 



IMrdKTKliS AND DEALERS IN 




TINPLATES, ENGLISH, AMERICAN AND RUSSIA SHEET IRON, 



^heet Copper, Copper Bottoms, Pig and Bar Tin, Pig, Bar and Sheet Lead* 

Lead Pipe, Sheet and Slab Zinc, Nails, Farming Implements, India 

Rubber Belting and Packing, Tinmen's Machines, Tools, &c. 

Manufacturers of Japanned and Pressed Ware. 

ISO. ,'3'A 3XAI1V STREET, BXJEFALO, IV. ^V. 



We will put on Slate Roofs in the best manner and warranted, in the 
States and Canadas. The superiority of Slate Roof over all other Roofing, 
is too well known to need certificates of proof. 

MlllBlE, IIUIAI m MEM SLABS Ai 



'iltilllJlUi3 

Con^rtantly on liaiid, at wholesale only. Also, Agent for the sale of all 
kinds of Slate, sucli as Billiard Tops, Blackboards, Tile Table Tops, Mantels, 
\-c. Orders from Dealers solicited. RILEY IIAYFoRD, 

GEO. (). VAIL it CO., Agents. 
OFFICE AND ^\AREliOUSE WASQLNGTON DOCK, FOOT OF CHICAGO STREET, BlFFALO,.\.y, 



16 LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 

T, H. HlKCHMAX. J. A. HiNCHMAN. 

T. & J. HINCHMAN, 

(Successor to J. Owen & Co.,) 

DEALERS IN GROCERIES 

FISH, CORDAGE, FRUIT, 

Drugs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Brushes, Dye Stuflfs, 
Perfumery and Fancy Articles, 

120 Jefferson Avenue, DETROIT, MICH. 



1 i <» » 

soLOMonsr da.^is. 

Manufacturer of All Kinds of 

BRASS WOHK, BRASS UOMPOSIIIOItCmiliGS, 

Bells of various sizes, Hydrant and Stop Cocks, Keys, etc., Furnished to Order. 
Also, Agents for the Boudoir Double Thread Sewing Machine. 

No. 116 Bates Street, Cor. of East Park, I>etroit, Mich. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



CLEVELAND LARD OIL Sl CANDLE WORKS. 

GEO. A. STANLEY, 



LARD OIL, STAR AND MmU CAND 

On the Caual, Near the Weigh L.ock, 

OXjE-VEXjJ^3SriD, OHIO. 



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G. & R. McMillan, 

IMPORT[RSIlNDWHOL[SU[GROC[RS, 

SOLE AGENTS FOR MICIIIGAN FOR 

C. H. MUMWI'S CELEBRATED CHAMPAGNE, 

]Vo. no TToodward Avenue, Detroit. 



ADVEtiTiSBMENTS. 



STEAMER 







Runs during Season of Xavigation between 

GODERICH, SARNIA, KINCARDINE & SOUTH- 
AMPTON, CANADA SHORE LAKE HURON, 

(Connecting at Godoricli with 

Buffalo & Lake Huron R. R. 

And at Sarnia with the 

G. W. R. R. & G. TRUNK R. R. of Canada. 

Agents at Sarnia, W. B. CLARK. 

" Inverhuion, P. M'RAE. 

Kincardine, R. ROBERTSON. 

Port Elgin, J. DETEVILER. 

" Southaurpton, R. A. DRAKE. 

Goderich, VANE3IERY & RUMBALL. 



The Kai.oolaii lias been thoroughly overhauled, repaired and painted ; 
her Engines and Boilers have also Vjeen overhauled and refitted, and she is, 
altogether, better than ever. She has superior cabin and state-room accom- 
modation, (having been fitted with fifteen additional state-rooms ) and large 
carrj'ing capacity. For Freight or Passage apply to 

VANEVERY & RUMBALL, 

Goderich and Kincardine. 



A ANEYERY & RUMBALL, 

raiS FOR HOME IKSURMf CO. ore YORK. 

FIHE ANi:> MARINE. 

GODERICH, CANADA WEST, 
VANEVERY &, RUMBALL, 

FORWARDING Al COMMISSION 

OODEKICH, CANADA WEST. 



ADVEUTISEME.NTri. 



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DETROIT, MilCH. 



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WATER & m 



BRANCHES, BENDS, &G. 



Salt, Potash and Sugar Kettles, &c. 

liOUSE: TV^ORK, 



SUCH AS 



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Orders ProaaptlT Ei^ecnted. 



UMBERHINE & GUSTIN'S 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



AND 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



:F0I^ 1S61-2 



BOOKS MAILED, POSTAGE FREE, TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED 
STATES OR CANADAS, ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, $3 00. 



TO BE REVISED AND CONTINUED. 



UMBERHINE & GUSTm, PUBLISHERS. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL COMPANY, PRINTERS. 
1861. 



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INDEX TO CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Algonac, Mich Page 47 

Ashtabula, 207 

Bay City, Mich 39 

Berlin, 126 

Buffalo, N. Y 232 

Cleveland, 131 

Conneaut, 210 

Detroit, Mich 49 

Dunkirk, N.Y 228 

East Saginavv, Mich 35 

Erie, Pa 212 

Hartford, 125 

Monroe, Mich Ill 

Mount Clemens, Mich........ 47 

New Baltimore, Mich 47 



Newport, Mich 45 

Painsville, 202 

Port Clinton, 125 

Port Huron, Mich 40 

Portsmouth, Mich 39 

St. Clair, Mich 43 

Saginaw City, Mich 33 

Sandusky, 126 

Toledo, 114 

Trenton, Mich Ill 

Venice, 126 

Vermillion, 126 

Wyandotte, Mich.' , Ill 

Zilwaukee, Mich 38 



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In tendering to the business men of the Lake Shore Cities the 
first edition of the Gazettejkr and Business Directory, the pub- 
lishers desire to present their thanks to those -who have kindly aided 
them in the undertaking, and at the same time to cheerfully 
acknoTvledge their indebtedness to the liberality of their patrons for 
the material aid necessary for the successful prosecution of the 
enterprise. 

It is believed that an impartial examination of the work ■will 
satisfy any one as to its general correctness and utility. The value 
of a work of this character depends chiefly upon the rapidity with 
which its details are collected and presented to the public ; the fresh- 
ness of detail thus collected it is believed will amply compensate for 
any occasional errors which will unavoidably creep in. 

With the assurance of the publishers that no effort shall be spared 
to constitute the next issue a still more reliable index of reference, 
this work is presented as a candidate for approval, 

UMBERHINE & GUSTIN. 
July, 1861. 



CLEVELAND ADVERTISEMENTS, 




ALBERT G. SMITH, PRESIDENT, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



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Rail Chairs, Bridge BoUs. 

»-•-♦ 

NIAGARAlmrFORGE, 

COR. PERRY ST. AND OHIO BASIN SLIP, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

T. D. PATCHIN, Lessee, GHAS. D. DELANEY, Supt. 



Manufacture to order all kinds of Light and Heavy Forgings and 
Hammered Shapes, such as 




#1 lip 









;S*3m«" WssTr 





TRUCK AND DRIVmG AXLES. 



ill C^ 

Mill Shafts, Locomotive Frames, Connecting Rods, Piston Rods, Wrought 
Shafting, of any Length and Size, tfec, etc. Also, every descrip- 
tion of Heavy Blacksmithing. Orders of inquiries by 
inail will receive prompt attention. Address 

T. D. PATCHIN, BUrrALO, NEW YORK. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SAGINAW CITY, MICH. 
Blacksmith, 

Fish F. L 34 

Carriages, 

Fish F. L 34 

Forwarding and Commission, 

Gooding Jasper K., jr 34 

Hotel, 

Webster House, L. Cross, 

Proprietor 35 

Lumber, Laths, &c., 

Howard & Bristol 35 

Steamboat Agent, 

Gooding Jasper K., jr 34 

PORT HURON", MICH. 

Blacksmith, 

Bottoniley William 41 

ST. CLAIR, MICH. 
Books and Stationery, 

Cady & Bro 45 

Dentist, 

Pomeroy Willis B 45 

General Store, 

Cady & Bro 45 

Newspaper, 

St. Clair Republican, F. il. 
Morse, Editor 44 

DETROIT, MICH. 

Attorneys, 

Buel & Trowbridge, 95 

Barley, Malt and Hops, 

llawloy II G4 

Billiards, 

Seereiters Billiard Booms. ...79 



Boardins House, 

Whitfield John 81 

Bookbinders, 

llaymond & Lapham 70 

Books and Stationery, 

Raymond & Lapham 7(i 

Boots and Shoes, Wholesale, 

Baldwin H. P. & Co., opp. p. 65 
Brass and Bell Founders, 

Davis Solomon 10 

Rankin J. & J. S 82 

Brush Factory, 

Laitner A. & Sons 09 

Chemist, 

Duffield Samuel P 83 

Clothing, 

HallockH 65 

Rurnham A. & Co 04 

Commission ^lerchant, 

Stokes F. A 101 

Composition Roofers, 

Gilbert J. W. & Co 97 

Confectionery, . 

Hesselbachcr Oswald 71 

Confectioners, Wholesale, 

Phelps William & Co., opp. 

p 97 

Daguerrean and Photograph 
Gallery, 

.Mil'lis I. T 14 

Dentist, 

Benedict H 69 

Drugs and ^Medicines, 

Duffield Samuel P 83 

Moser Theodore 81 

Drugs, Wholesale. 

Farrand & Shelley, oppo- 
site page 8(1 



22 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Dry Goods, 

Frisbie & Co., opp. p 64 

Dry Goods, Wholesale, 

Orr Edward 80 

Town & Shelden, opp. p 96 

Embroideries, 

Frisbie & Co., opposite page 64 

Fairbanks Scales, 

Farrand & Shelley, Agents, 
opposite page 80 

Forwarding and Commission, 

Hutchins John & Co., 90 

Keith & Carter • 93 

Foundry, 

Jackson & Wiley, inside front 
cover. 

Gas and Steam Fitters, 

Hart, Ball & Hart 11 

Gents Furnishing Goods, 

Burnham A. & Co 84 

Hallock H 65 

Grain Dealers, 

Hutchins John & Co.. , 90 

Grocers, Wholesale, 

McMillan G. & K 16 

Stokes F. A...... 101 

Phelps William & Co., opp. 
page 97 

Groceries, 

Farrand & Shelley, opp. p. 80 

Hinchman T. & J 16 

Mears Henry, Agent 70 

Moore, Foote & Co 14 

Hairworker, 

RolshovenF 92 

Hardware, 

Buhl & Ducharme, opp. p.... 49 

Strubel C. D 89 

Hats, Caps & Furs, 

Armstrong T. H 96 

Smith J. T 87 

Hotels, 

Ackerman's Temperance 

House 11 

Finney's Hotel, James Par- 
shall, Proprietor 78 

Franklin Temperance House, 

by John R. Tibbetts,...102 
Russell House, Wm. Hale, 
Proprietor, opp. page...:81 
Ice Cream and Oysters, 

Hesselbacher Oswald 71 



Iron and Brass Foundry, 

Jackson & Wiley, inside of 

front cover. 
Kellogg Charles & Co., opp. 
page 48 

Iron Fences, &c., 

Kellogg Charles & Co., opp. 

page 48 

Iron, Nails and Springs, 

Buhl & Ducharme, opp. p. 49 
Jeweler, 

Rolshoven F 92 

Leather Dealers, 

Baldwin H. P. & Co., opp p. 65 
Machine and Shingle Works, 

DayH. H 74 

Machinists, 

Jackson & Wiley, inside' of 
front cover. 

Kellogg Chas. & Co., opp, p. 48 
Masonic Regalia, 

Armstrong T. H 96 

Match Manufacturer, 

Richardson D. M 73 

Musical Instruments, 

Couse A... 95 

Whittemore J. Henry. 99 

Newspapers, 

Barns H. & Co., publishers 

Detroit Tribune 94 

Detroit Tribune, H. Barns 

& Co., proprietors 94 

Transcript and Young Men's 

Temperance Journal, S. 

Dexter Green, Editor 

and Proprietor 68 

Paper Box Factory, 

Besold Fredericks 88 

Pharmacy, Homoeopathic, 

Detroit Homoeopathic Phar- 
macy, Ed. M. Lodge, M. 

D ^ 91 

Piano Fortes, 

Couse A 95 

Whittemore J. Henry 99 

Plumbers, 

Hart, Ball & Hart 11 

Publishers' Agent, 

Briggs Ly m an 71 

Publishers, 

Virtue & Co 66 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



23 



,98 



Roofers, 

Gilbert J. AV.& Co 07 

Ladd E. W. & Co 75 

Newman & Co., Russell's 
Patent Mastic Roofing. .10-1 
Saddles and Harness, 

Brown Cullen 

Sewing 3Iacliines, 

Mann Wm. D., Agent Bra- 
luan's Sewing Machine. ...5 
Shingle Manufacturer, 

Day H. II 74 

Ship Broker, 

Scott J. B 77 

Ship Builder, 

Stupinski John 72 

Ship Merchant, 

Moore, Foote <fe Co 14 

Scott J. B 77 

Shirts and Collars, 

Chandler & Bro., opp. page. ..64 

Slate and Marble Roofers, 

LaddE. W. & Co 75 

Steamboat Agents, 

Hutchins John & Co 90 

Keith & Carter 93 

Steam Engines, 

Jackson & Wiley, inside frt. 
cover. 

Kellogg Chas. & Co., opp. p. 
Stoves &c., 

Strubel C. D 

Tea Dealers, 

HarterL. F. & Co 

Theatre, 

Metropolitan Theatre, E. T. 

Sherlock, Lessee 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, 

Strubel C. D 

Buhl <fe Ducharme, opp. p... 
Trunks, &c.. 

Brown Cullen 

Wolff Henry 72 

Watch Maker and Jeweler, 

Pohl Anthony 100 

Smith M. S 07, 

Wines and Liquors, | 

Goffinch J 85j 

Harris & Nash 701 

Mears Henry, Agent 70| 

Smith Elijah 100 1 



.48 



.89 



.SG 



.63 

.89 
.49 

.98 



Wood and Willow Ware, 

l^holps Wm. &, Co., opp. p...97 

MONROE, MICHIGAN. 

Manufaturer of Agricu'l Implem'ts, 
Root and Stevens 112 

Photographist, 

Stevens <fe Co 112 

Sash, Doors and Blinds, 

Root (fe Stevens 112 

TOLEDO, OHIO 

Agricultural Implements, 

Thomas E. A. & Co 119 

zVttorneys at Law, 

Dunlap Thomas 122 

Kent & Newton 124 

Auction and Commission, 

Huyck & Brown 125 

Blank Books, 

Powers Henry G 121 

Books and Stationery, 

Powers Henry G 121 

Boots and Shoes, 

Mayer Geo. F 120 

Cigars and Tobacco, 

Klotz J. C 124 

Coal Oil Lamps, 

Chamberlain R. V 123 

Commission Merchants, 

Smith J. D. &Co 122 

Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron, 

Sherman H. H 125 

Dining Saloon, 

Ryan Mich 123 

Forwarding and Commission, 

Hamilton Y.& Co 118 

Glass Ware. 

Chamberlain R. V 123 

Grain Dealers, 

Hamilton V. & Co 118 

House Furnishing Goods, 

Sherman H. H 125 

Jewelers, 

Huyck & Brown 125 

Machinists, 

Thomas E. A. & Co 119 

Real Estate Dealers, 

Huyck & Brown 125 



24 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Sewing Machines, 

Craft William E 116 

Stoves and Tin Ware, 

Sherman H. H 125 

Tubs and Pail<, 

Harris & Nash 117 

SA.NDUSKY, OHIO. 

Hardware, 

Donnell Henry H 130 

Hotel, 

West W. T. & A. K 129 

Iron, Nails and Steel, 

Donnell Henry H 130 

Newspapers, 

Bill, Cook & Johnson 131 

Commercial Register 131 



CLEVELAND, OHIO- 

Auction and Commission, 

MollenC 139 

Bag Manufacturers, 

Adams & Jewett, opp. p ICl 

Baker and CoL;fectioner, 

May Adam I-IO 

Barrel Manufticturers, 

Bashold John 152 

Stumpp B 145 

Bee Hives, 

Flanders W. A. & Co., 154 

Beef and Pork Packers, 

Ball John 139 

Robison & Oviatt 141 

Boilers, 

Cleveland Boiler Plate Co. .160 
Smith & Walker 139 

Books and Stationery, 

Kramer Henry 140 

Boots and Shoes, 

Firestine J. A 140 

Penning P 153 

Brewer, 

Hughes J. M 143 & 193 

Broom Manufacturer, 

Pomeroy F. J 143 

Builders, 

Southworth & Williams 142 

Cabinet Maker, 

HartWm 165 



Car Builders, 

Morrill & Bowers 159 

Catholic Book Store, 

Kramer Henry 140 

Cigars and Tobacco, 

Morse C. T 151 

Steward a. W 163 

Clothing, 

Borges J. F 150 

Davis, Piexotto & Co, opp. p. 145 

Detmer G. H. & Son 161 

Isaacs Isaac A 155 

Kramer H 156 

Mann S 145 

Coal Dealers. 

Butts F.'& Co 162 

Coal and Carbon Oil, 

Clark Aaron 187 

Coffee and Spice Mills, 

Frisby, Stephens & Co 156 

Smith & Curtiss 161 

Commission Merchants, 

BallJohn 139 

Clark, Gardner & Co 157 

Ilanna, Garretson & Co 158 

Holt & Oviatt 151 

Coopers, 

BasholdJohn 152 

Newman J.'& S 156 

Stumpp B 145 

Dining Saloon, 

Mabb Bros 193 



Dispatch Cooking Stove, 

Marvin W. L 172 

Distiller, 

Buhrer S 170 

Drugs, &G., 

Venham D. J 148 

Duck, Canvass and Bunting, 

Blake J. W 189 

Dyer, 

Robert Eugene 188 

Williams Geo. S 187 

Edge Tools, 

Stone F. D 160 

Engravers, 

Brainerd & Burridge 148 

File Manufacturers, 

Parkin John & Co 172 

Flag and Banner Manufacturers, 

Merrick & King 194 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



25 



Forwiirding and Commission, 

Cunningham J. S 16S 

Holt & Uviatt 151 

Wcllhouse Wm 149 

Fruits and Vegetables, 

Glenn J. B. & Co 177 

Furniture, 

Hart Wm 165 

Koebler Chas. & Co 180 

Gas Lamps, 

Sutlitr IMilo, ag't 1-IG 

General Store, 

Lauer P 153 

Gent's Furnishing Goods, 

Butts B 163 

Isaacs Isaac A 155 

Kramer H 156 

Mann S 145 

Grain Dealers, 

Clark, Gardner & Co 157 

Grinder, 

Wasserman John 165 

Grindstones, 

Stearns Chas. W 152 

Groceries, 

"Weeber John 152 

Wenham A.J 148 

Grocers, Wholesale 

Hanna, Garretson & Co 158 

Hardware, 

Sidney, Shepard & Co 15 

Harness and Saddles, 

McMahon J. P 182 

Hats and Caps, 

Butts B 163 



Hotels, 

American Hotel, J. A. En- 
sign 176 

Angier House, R. M. Tay- 
lor, Prop 185 

Backus N 156 

Bennet Forest City House, 
S. D. Allen, Prop 179 

Burnett House, J. Tinker & 
Son, Props 150 

Johnson House, G. F. R. 
Wadleigh, Prop 147 

Merchants Hotel, G. F. R. 
Wadleigh, Prop 146 

New England Hotel, Coates 

& Bramloy, Props 148 



Thompson's Hotel, George 

Thompson, Prop 149 

Washington House, M.Mer- 

kel, Prop 151 

Weddcll House, J. P. Ross, 

Prop 186 

Homeopathic Pharmacy, 

Hall's Homeopathic Phar- 
macy (opp. front cover.) 
Indian Physician, 

Libbey Dr. H. W., opp. p. ..160 
Indian Medicine Pharmacy, 

Parks AV., M. D 171 

Inrurance Agent, 

Spalding R. C 180 

Iron Bridge, 

King & Frees 183 

Iron, Nails, etc., 

Carey W.F.& Co 181 

Iron Railing, 

Holmes Robert 154 

Iron Works, 

Beardsworth & Reeves 147 

Lard Oil and Candles, 

Stanley Geo. A 16 

Machinists, 

HoltD. & Swift 192 

Merchant Tailors, 

Isaacs Isaac A 155 

Miller Henry 154 

Newspapers, 

Cleveland Ledger 198 

Cleveland Plain-Dealer 173 

Cleveland Herald 195 

Newspaper Publishers, 

Cowles E. <k Co 198 

Fairbanks, Benedict & Co. ..195 

Gray J. W 173 

Oyters and Game, 

Glenn J. B. & Co 177 

Paper, 

Cleveland Paper Co., N. W. 

Taylor, Agent 13 

Paints and Varnishes, 

Benton Bros. & Co 178 

Patent Office, 

Brainerd& Burridge 154 

Physician, Homeopathic, 

IlallJ. B., opp front cover.. 
Physician, 

Libbey Dr. H. W., opp. p. ...160 



26 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Pork and Sausage Market, 
Ruhland Jolin 



.192 

Printers, 

Viets & Savage 191 

Produce Dealer, 

SutliiFMilo 146 

Pyro Clay Retorts, 

Hoadley T 187 

Railroad Agents, 

Gushing W. D., (N. Y. & 

Erie) 164 

Pierce L. A., (M. C. Rail 
Road 174 and 153 

Railroad Iron, 

Railroad Iron Mill Co., Al- 
bert G. Smith, Presi- 
dent, opp. index. 
Railroad Spikes and Chains, 

Railroad Iron Mill Co., Al- 
bert G. Smith, Presi- 
dent, opp. Index. 
Restaurant, 

MabbBros 193 

Roofers, 

Huntington John & Co 149 

King& Frees, (Iron) 183 

Towson T. J 150 

Yapp Wm 175 

Ropewalk, 

Feikert C 165 

Sack Manufacturers, 

Adams & Jewett, opp. p 161 

Sail Makers, 

Merrick & King 194 

Saloons, 

Fay A. R 156 

Ruhland John 192 

Saw Manufacturers, 

Marriott Wm. & Co 197 

Seminary, 

Cleveland Female Seminary, 
S. N Sanford, A. M. 

Principal. 6 and 7 

Sewing Machine, 

Grover & Baker's Sewing 
Machine 184 

Ship Store, 

Weeber John 152 

Spice Mills, 

Frisby, Stephens & Co 156 

Smith & Curtiss 161 



Steam Boat Agents, 

Hanna, Garretson & Co 190 

Steam Boat Lines, 

Cleveland, Detroit and Lake 
Superior Line 190 

Steam Engine Manufacturers, 

Beardsworth & Reeves 147 

HoltD. & Swift 192 

Stone Dealers, 

Southworth & Williams 142 

Stoneware, 

Wellhouse Wm 149 

Stoves and Tinware, 

Marvin W. L 172 

Woolson, Hitchcock & Car- 
ter 160 

Summer Garden, 

Messner & Elmer, Williams 

Park 157 

Tailor, 

Schlitter Henry 164 

Tent Makers, 

Merrick & King 194 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, 

Yapp William 175 

Trunks, 

McMahon J. P 182 

Tubs, Pails, &" Churns, 

ilervey & Bousfield, opp. p. 161 

Undertakers, 

Koebier Chas. & Co 180 

Watches and Jewelry, 

Crittenden N. E 181 

Goodman John 147 

Yankaw A 148 

Mayer Jacob 192 

Mollen C 139 

Window Glass, 

Benton Bros. & Co 178 

Wines and Liquors, 

BuhrerS 170 

Woodenware, 

Hervey &. Bousfield, opp. p. 161 

Wood and Willowwarc, 

Body F.J 182 

PAINESVILLE, OHIO. 

Blank Book Manufacturer, 

Whitak^r T 204 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



27 



Book Bindei-, 

^Yhitaker T 204 

Carriage Manufacturer, 

Sherwood E. N 203 

Children's Cabs, &c., 

Norris Carlos 204 

Cultivator, 

Sherwood E. N 203 

Forwardini;- and Com'n Mereht, 

Smith Marcus 206 

Hotel, 

Cowles House, Eli T. Booth, 
Proprietor 205 

Wines and Liquors, 

Smith Marcus 20G 

Wood and Willow Ware, 

Norris Carlos 204 

ASHTABULA, OHIO. 
Brewery, 

Nuttall W. G 208 

Handle Factory, 

Lewis & Eoberts 208 

Hotel, 

Ashtabula House, R. C. 
Warmington, Prop 207 

Stage Office, 

Ashtabula House 207 

CONNEAUT, OHIO. I 

Boilor Manufacturers, 

Warner & Cole 211 

Conneaut Iron AYorks, 

Warner & Cole 211 

Hotel, 

Tremont House,, H. Blake- 

ly, Proprietor 211 

Stage Office, 

Tremont [House 211 

Steam Engine Manufacturers, 

Warner & Cole 211 

ERIE, PA. 

Barrel Manufacturer, 

Ehret Gregory 214 

Bent Rims and Shafts, 

Seldcncfe Bliss 222 

Boots and Shoes, 

Clark N. J 22C 

Canal Co., 

PennsylvaniaErie Canal Co, 
Chas. M. Reed, Prest...218 



Coal, 

Kellogg Josiah & Co 225 

Commission Merchant, 

Kellogg Josiah & Co 225 

Cooper, 

Ehret Gregory 214 

Doors, Sash and Blinds, 

Crook James P 213 

Druggists, 

Hall &Warfel 21G 

Forwarding and Commission, 

Finn ct Stearns 223 

Griswold J. H 227 

Groceries, 

Sloan, Booth & McCreary...219 
Hall's Celebrated Couch Remedy, 

Hall& Warfel....":. 216 

Hotels, 

Brown's Hotel, H. L. Brown, 

Proprietor 221 

Reed House, A. M. Guild, 
Proprietor 224 

Iron Founders, 

Barr & Johnson 215 

Leather and Findings, 

Clark N. J 226 

Liddell's Patent Spring, 

Selden& Bliss 212 

Lumber, Staves, &c., 

Finn & Stearns 223 

Griswold J. H 227 

Machinists, 

Barr & Johnson 215 

Marble Dealer, 

Hoffman Augustus 219 

Newspaper, 

Erie City Dispatch, Jos. S. 
M. Young, Publisher... 217 

Oil, 

Erie and Canada Oil Co., 
Wm. Sherwood, Pro.. ..222 

Photographists, 

Johnson N. G 222 

Palmer 0. B 225 

Planing Mill, 

Cook James P 213 

Printer, 

Young, Joseph S. M 217 

Rock Oil Manufacturers, 

Van Scoter & Co 220 



28 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Ship Chandlers, 




Ruger J. S. & Co. ..278 and 


279 


Sloan, Booth & McCreary.. 


.219 


Shepard Iron Works, Joh 


a 


Spokes, Hubs, kc, 




D. Shepard, Agt., opp 


.256 


Selrlen <fe Bliss 


.222 


page 

Tiift Geo. W. Sons & Co.. 




.326 


Stoves and iin Ware, 








Barr & Johnson 


.21.5 


Books and Stationery, 




Transportation Company, 

Finn & Stearns, Agents Pe 




Butler Theodore 


.333 


_ 


Taylor Martin 


.284 


troleum Oil Transport 


- 


Book Binder, 




ation Co. 


.323 


Taylor Martin 

Boots and Shoes, 


.284 


DUNKIRK, NEW YORK. 


Forbush & Brown, 


.253 






Linneman Toni 


.248 


Attorney, 

Bucknor Charles B 


.228 


Brass and Bell Founders, 

Brown & McCutcheon 


.299 


Blacksmith, 




Good A : 


.255 


Flesher Thomas 


.229 


Brittania Ware. 








Conveyancer. 




Laudenbacher Fred 


.300 


Bucknor Charles B 


.228 


Broom and Brush Manufacturer, 


Hotel, 




Chripler George 

Young Valentine 


.315 


Eastern Hotel, W. Einkel 


.'230 


'^59 


Proprietor 


Builder, 




Oysters and Fruit, 




Tilden T. B 


,3;?7 


Philippbaar D 


.229 


Cabinet Maker, 




Saloon and Bestauraunt, 




Ilaekee A 


.248 


Philippbaar D 


.229 


Candles, 




Well Sinking Tools, 




Wardwell, Webster & Co. 


.323 


Flesher Thomas 


.229 


Candle Moulds, 








Laudenbacher Fred 


..300- 


BUFFALO, NEW YORK 


^ 


Carpetbags, 










Agricultural Implements, 




Nelson William 


.314 


Tifft Geo. W. Sons & Co... 


.320 


Carriagas, 




Agricultural Warehouse, 




Lang Abraham 


.254 


White H. C, Agent 


.316 


Carriage Hardware, 




American Draught Player, 




Pratt & Letchworth 


.287 


Spayth Henry 


.308 


Chandeliers, &c.. 




Attorney at Law, 




Hardiker & Toye 


.264 


Forbush E. B 


.268 


China, Glass and Queensware, 




Baker and Confectioner, 




Glenny William H 


..321 


Mugridge Geo 


.207 


Homer & Co 


.334 


Bakers' Tools, 




Cigars and Tobacco, 




Buger J. S. & Co. ..278 and 


279 


Adams James & Co., 


..280 


Bells, 




McAvoy W. A 


.257 


Dudley James G 


.309 


Tupper John 


.313 


Belting Manufacturer, 




Cloths, Cassimeres, &c., 




Good A 


.235 


Altman & Co 


.286 


Blank Book Manufacturer, 




Coal. 




Butler Theodore 


.333 


Wilson G. B.&Co 


.309 


Boiler Manufacturers, 




Coal Oil Lamps, 




Bell David 


.307 


Stacy Francis 


.297 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



29 



Coffee and l^pice Mills, 

Ferris ]'. J 305 

Comuiission Merchants, 

Daw Henry ct Son 288 

Pratt & Co 250 and 251 

Composition l\oofers, 

Warren & Bro 323 

Cracker, Bread and Biscuit Mach's. 

Ruger J. S. & Co... 278 and 279 

Draught Player, 

Spayth Henry 308 

Dry Goods, 

Bettincer S. & Co 291 

Howard Whitcomb & Co... 29-1 

Drugsist, 

McCray Guilford W 253 

Duck, Canvas and Bunting, 

Franklin & Band 248 

Provoost Samuel A 30-4 

Provoost & Xewkirk 29G 

Dying and Cleaning, 

StrellJ 249 

Edge Tool Manufacturer, 

White L. & I.J 2G1 

Engraver and Lithographer, 

Mooney D 25G 

Sage J. Sons 327 

Smith & Bowen 298 

Wightman Geo. D., opp. p. ..272 

Express Companies, 

American Express Co 23G 

United States Express Co. ..242 

Flour & Feed, 

Daw Henry & Son 288 

Johnson & Wallace 310 

Founders, 

Colligon F 316 

Dudley Joseph P 318 

Eddy & Bingham 328 

Jo nes George 327 

Titrt Geo. W. Sons & Co.... 326 

Furniture, 

Granacher Lorenz 313 

Gas and Steampipe Fitters, 

Hardiker & Toye 264 

Gents Furnishing Goods, 

Altman & Co 286 

Kcnnett Thomas 256 

Ginger Wines, 

Gibbons & Hager 308 

Turner Bros 325 



Glass Stainer, 

Burns Geo. L 317 

Grocers, 

Bemis P. S 249 

Cole Alexander :J15 

Newman <fc Scoville 283 

Guns and Pistols, 

Glanz F. A 318 

Hair Workers, 

Grauss J. J 290 

Juengling Henry F 293 

Hardware. 

Pratt & Co 250 and 251 

Hatters. 

Smith & Bro 321 

Hat and Bonnet Stands. 

Theobald Cbas 321 

Hotels. 

American Hotel, Holmes, 
L. L., Prop 262 

Bonney's Hotel, Z. Bonney, 
Prop 260 

Brown's Hotel, Chas. Brown, 
Prop 272 

Franklin House, Z. Eldridge, 
Prop .\..292 

Revere House, D. Bozze, 
Prop opp. p. 257 

Southern Hotel, Dickey & 
Bowen, Props 302 

Wadsworth House, H. T. 
Meech, Prop 324 

Western Hotel, D. B. Hull, 

Prop 270 

Insurance Agents. 

Chambers H 289 

Dorr E. P 276 

Mahama T. II. & Co 314 

I Insurance Companies. 

^tna Ins. Co., Hartford, 
Conn.,E. P. Dorr,Agt. 276 

American Ins. Co., Provi- 
dence, R. I., H. Cham- 
bers, Agt., 289 

Commerce lus. Co., Albany, 
N. Y.,E. P. Dorr, Agt .276 

Hope Ins. Co., Providence, 

R. I., E. P. Dorr, Agt. 276 

Merchant's Ins. Co., Provi- 
dence, R. I., H. Cham- 
bers, Agt 289 

North American Fire Ins. 
Co., Hartford, Conn., 
E. P. Dorr, Agt 276 



30 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Nortliwestern Ins. Co., Os- 
wego, N. Y.,E,P. Dorr, 

Agt 276 

Providence Washington Ins. 
Co., Providence, li. I., 

H. Chambers, Agt 289 

Iron, Nails, Springs, &c. 

Pratt & Co 250 and 251 

Iron Works. 

Bell David 307 

Dunbar & Howell 303 

Shepard Iron Works, John 

D. Shepard, Agt opp. p. 256 

Wilson G. R. & Co 309 

Iron Railing. 

Eddy & Bingham 328 

Jones Geo 327 

Jeweler. 

Juengling Henry F 293 

Lard Oil. 

Wardwell, Webster & Co... 323 

Lime Dealer. 

Morse C.H 314 

Machinists. 

Colligon F 316 

Dunbar & Howell 303 

Ruger J. S. & Co. ..278 and 279 
Tifft Geo. W. Sons & Co... .326 
Marble Works. 

Gaylord H. M 319 

Munchauser J. P 291 

Mastic and Stucco Works. 

WallsJohn 259 

Mathematical Instrument Maker. 

Andrews & Son 311 

Meat Market. 

BuUymore Richard 305 

Merchant Tailor. 

Kennet Thomas 250 

Mill Machinery. 

Henry S. H 301 

Mill Stones. 

Henry S. H 301 

Millinery. 

Woodward Wm. H 334 

Mining Pumps. 

Shepard Iron Works, John 
D. Shepard, Agt. opp. p. 256 

Newspapers. 

Buffalo Courier, Jas. War- 
ren &Co 322 



Buffalo Morning Express, 
A. M. Clapp & Co., 

Publishers 274 

Commercial Advertiser, R. 

Wheeler & Co 258 

Oil Manufacturer, 

Pease F. S 329 

Opticians, 

Andrews & Son 311 

Optical Instrument Makers, 

Andrews & Son 3ll 

Oysters and Fruits, 

Smith J. J 254 

Pails and Tubs, 

Pratt & Co 250 and 251 

Paper Mills, 

Woodruff L. C 333 

Patent Solicitor, 

ForbushE. B 268 

Perry's Screw Propeller Wheels, 
Shepard Iron Works, John 
D. Shepard, Agent, op- 
posite page 256 

Photographer on Wood, 

Wightman Geo. D., opp. p. ..272 

Photographists, 

Coons D. M 313 

Koegel Chas. H 288 

Smith & Bowen 298 

Physician and Surgeon, 

McCray Guilford W 253 

Piano Fort Manufacturer, 

Keogh A. & J., opp. p 273 

Plasterer, 

WallsJohn 259 

Plated Ware, 

GlennyWm. H 321 

Plumbers, 

Hardiker & Toye 264 

Printers, 

Clapp A. M & Co 274 

Warren Jas. & Co 322 

Wheeler R.C. & Co 258 

Produce Commission, 

BremerS 317 

Fleeharty J 312 

Hollister James 312 

Johnson Wallace 310 

Publisher, 

Taylor Martin.. 284 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



31 



Pumps, 

Stacy Francis 297 

Rag Dealer, 

"WoodrufFL. C 333 

Railroad and Canal Line, 

Bradley D. & Toles 285 

Real Estate Agents, 

Mahama T. H. & Co 314 

Reed's Patent Ship Stecrer, 

Provoost Samuel A., Ag't...304 

Roofers, 

Vail Geo. & Co 15 

Warren & Bro 323 

Saddlery Hardware, 

Pratt & Letchworth 287 

Sailmakers, 

Franklin & Rand 248 

Provoost & Newkerk 296 

Provoost Samuel A 304 

Provoost's Jas. P. Son 312 

Taylor & Jewett 15 

Salt Dealer. 

Morse C. H 314 

Sand Stone, 

HoAvells James 334 

Holloway Isaac • .282 

Wliitmore, Rathbun & Co. .328 

Scale Dealer, 

Dudley James G 309 

Seedsman, 

White H. C, Agent 316 

Seal Manufacturer, 

Mooney L 256 

Ship Builders, 

3Iason & Bidwell 306 

Ship Chandlers, 

Beemis P. S 249 

Newman & Scoville 283 

Taylor & Jewett 15 

Shipping Merchant, 

Fleeharty J 312 

Signal lamps, 

Stacy Francis 297 

Skate Manufacturer, 

White L. & I.J 261 

Soap and Candles, 

Thompson H 261 

Spice Mills, 

Ferris P. J 305 

Stabling, 

Brown's Hotel 272 



Stained Glass Works, 

Myers AV. H 295 

Stave Dressing Machine, 

Shepard Iron Works, John 
D. Shepard, agent, opp. 

page 256 

Steam Engines, 

Bell David 307 

Colligon F 316 

Dunbar & Howell 303 

Good A 255 

Ruger J. S. & Co.. .278 and 279 
Shepard Iron Works, John 
D. Shepard, Agent, op- 
posite page 256 

TiflFt Geo. W. Sons & Co... .326 
Steam Forge, 

Niagara Steam Forge, S. D. 
Patchin, Lessee, oppo- 
site Index. 
Steam Fire Engine, 

Shepard Iron Works, John 
D. Shepard, Agent, op- 
posite page 256 

Steam Gauge, 

Buffalo Steam Guage Co., J. 

Mayhew, Presid't 266 

Steampumping Engine, 

Shepard Iron Works, John 
D. Shepard, Agent, op- 
posite . 256 

Steamboats, 

Buffalo, Cleveland and Chi- 
cago 332 

Buffalo, Milwaukee and Chi- 
cago 330 

North-western Transporta- 
tion Co., Vandenburgh 
& Chard 252 

Stone Yard, 

Holloway Isaac 282 

Howell's James 334 

Whitmore Rathbun & Co....328 

Straw Goods, 

William H. Woodward 334 

Syrup Manufacturer, 

Gibbons & Ilager 308 

Theatre, 

Metropolitan Theatre 310 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, 

Brown & McCutchcon 299 

Elsinghorst J. II 249 

Theobald Charles 312 



32 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Transportation, 

North-western Transport'n Co., 
Vandenburgh & Cliard..252 
Railroad and Canal Line D. Brad- 
ley & Toles, Propr's...2S5 

Trunks, kc, 

Ncilson William 314 

Undertaker, 

G rauaeher Lorenz .313 

Upholsterer, 

Raekee A 248 

Watches and Jewelry, 

Castle D. B 315 



Wig and Toupee Maker, 

Grauss J. J 290 

White Lead, 

Niagara White Lead Co., S. 

G.Cornell, Proprietor.. 320 

Wines and Liquors, 

Bremer S 317 

Cole Alexander 315 

Stevens P. S 281 

Turner Brothers 325 

Woolen Goods, 

StrellJ 249 



FOREIGN ADV 

BELLEFONTAINE, O.l 

Hotel. 

Branham House, Geo. W. Branham, 
Prop 9 

CINCINNATI, O. 

Sewing Machine. 

Bramau W. E. & Co opp. p. 144 

Circular Saw Mills, Steam Engines, &c. 

Lee \- Leavitt 12 

DUBUQUE, IOWA, 

Real Estate Agencj-. 

Horr Leonard 9 

DUNLEITH, ILL, 

Hotel. 

United States Hotel, J. F. Wright, 
Prop 13 



ERTISEMENTS. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND, 

Ej'e Infirmarj'. 

Gustin, Dr. L 200 

Physician. 

Gustin Dr. L 200 

Attorney at Law. 

Ferine G.K 11 

NEW YORK. 

Binninger's Lodon Dock Gin, 

Binuinger A. M. & Co 10 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

Edge Tools and Copper's Tools. 

Gregg M 8 



RAILROADS. 



Bellefontaine Railroad back of book. 

Buffalo & Cleveland 331 

Buffalo & Erie 336 

Buffalo, New York & Erie 336 

Burlington & Missouri River 361 

Chicago, Iowa & Nebraska 362 

Chicago & North-Western 364 

Chicago & Rock Island back of book. 

Chicago & St. Louis, via Alton,back of book. 

Cincinnati & Chicago Air Line 356 

Cincinnati, Hamilton &, Dayton...back book. 

Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati 358 

Cleveland « Erie 335 

Cleveland & Pittsburg 357 

Cleveland & Toledo 354 

Detroit & Milwaukie back of book. 

Dubuque & Sioux City 360 

Dubuque Western Railway 363 



Illinois Central back of book. 

Indiana Central back of book. 

Indianapolis & Cincinnati back of book. 

Jeffersonville Railroad back of book. 

Lafiiyette & Indianapolis back of book. 

Logansport^ Peoria & Burlington... 

back 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 

Michigan Central 108 

Milwaukie & Chicago back 

New York Central 

New York & Erie 

Racine & Mississippi back 

Sunbury & Erie 

Terre Haute, Alton & St. Louis. .back 

Terre Haute & Richmond back 

Toledo, Wabash & Great Eastern... 



of book. 

353 

and 174 
of book. 

355 

359 

of book. 

367 

ofbook. 
of book. 
365 



UMBERHINE & GUSTIN'S 

LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



AND 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



IPOI^ 1861-2. 



SAGINAW CITY. 

Aq enterprising and flourishing 
city, and the county seat of Saginaw 
County, Michigan. Situated on the 
west bank of Saginaw River and on 
the Amboy, Lansing and Traverse 
Bay R. R. (now in progress) 16 miles 
from Bay City, 33 miles from Flint 
and 9G from Detroit. It contains 
the public buildings of the county, 
twenty-five stores of various kinds, 
one flouring and five saw mills, with 
an immense lumber trade, two week- 
ly newspapers, five or six churches, 
one union and four select schools. 
The various professions and trades 
are well represented. Population 
3000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Jas. G. Burney, Circuit Judge. 
D. Wellington, Judge of Probate. 
Geo. F. Vanfleet, Register of Deeds. 
3 



Joshua Blackmore, Treasurer. 
Henry Woodroff, Sheriff. 
William Mall, County Clerk. 
A. A. Brockway, Supervisor. 
P. C. Andre, 
L. Webster. " 



CITY OFFICERS. 

John Moore, Mayor. 
Jerome H. Gotee, Treasurer. 
A. S. Gaylord, Alderman. 
L. Webster, " 

J. B. White, " 

P. C. Andre, " 

A. A. Brockway, " 
i Geo. F. Williams, " 
Edward R. Shimmons, City Mar- 
shall. 



CHURCHES. 



Presbyterian — D. H. Taylor, Pastor. 
Episcopal — Edwin McGee, " 

Methodist— Arthur f]dward3,Jr. " 
Lutheran — M. Guenther, " 



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JASPES K. GOODING, Jr., 

Forwarding, Commission, 

AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENT, 

Also, dealer in Flour, Mill Feed, Pro- 
duce, A'c, <fec., 
"Water Street, East Saginaw, Mich. 



F. L. FISH, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

Carriages, "Wagons, Slelgbs 
and Cutters, 

Also, all kind of Blacksmith work 

done to order, 
Water Street, Saginaw City, Mich. 



MASONIC. 

Germania Lodge, No. 79. Meets 
every Saturday preceeding the full 
of the moon. 

M. C. T. Pliessener, W. 31. 

Otto Roeser, Sr. W. 

Thos. Jackson, Jr. W. 

George Springer, Sr. D. 

Henry Barnard, Jr. D. 

"Wni. Echard, Secretary. 

William Binder, Treasurer. 



Attorneys at Law. 
Sutherland & Miller, cor. Court and 



Water. 



Bakers. 



Kuhl Christopher, Water. 
Schultz George, Water. 

Barber. 

Walker T. A., Water. 

Blacksmith. 

Hughes David, cor. Water and Ly-; 
ons. 

Boot and Shoemakers. 
Gaensbaucr John, Water. 
McRATH WILLIAM, SHOE-MA- 
KER, W^ATER. 
Snider John, Water. 

Butchers. 
Martain John & Co., Water. 

Chair Makers and Undertakers. 

FISHER ANDREW, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF ALL SORTS OF 
CHAIRS,BUREAUS AND COF- 
FINS, WATER. 

Druggists. 

Epting & Eaton, Water. 
Smith Jay, Water. 



Flouring Mill. 

SHIMMONS EDWARD R., CITY 
GRIST MILL. COR. 3IACKL 
NAW AND WATER. 

Grocers. 

Dowling John, Water.. 
Herric: Bernhard, Water. 
VOGHT JACOB. GROCER AND 
LIQUOR DEALER, WATER. 

General Merchant. 

Andre Peter C, Water. 
Binder W., Water. 
Jerome D. H. & Co., Water. 
Leasia F. A., Water. 
Streeb George, Water. 
Zschoerner G. T.. Water. 

Gunsmith. 
Hawker William, Water. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
Gibson N., Water. 

Harness Maker and Sadler. 
Davis G. W., Water. 

Hotels. 

Able Nelson, Water. 

CROSS LESTER, COR. WASH- 
INGTON AND JEFFERS. {See 
card, p. 35.] 

FLATAU Wm., hotel KEEPER, 
WATER. 

Livery Stables. 
Payne A. H., Water. 

Lumber Dealers. 

HOWARD & BRISTOL, LUM- 
BER, LATH AND SHINGLES, 
OPP. JEROME DOCK. [See 
card, p 35.] 

Miller, Paine & Wright, Water. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



35 



HOWARD & BRISTOL, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

Lumber, Lath & Shingles, 

Opposite Jerome's Dock, 
Saginaw City, Micli. 



Newspaper. 
Blair Mileo, Water. 

News Depot. 
Reave D. B., Water. 

Physician. 
Pleasener M. C. T., Water. 

Real Estate Dealer. 
Parsons & Brothers. 

Saloon Keepers. 

Charboneau J. F., Webster House 

Block. 
Kerckhoff Henry, Water. 
Morris Isaac, Water. 
Morrison L., Water. 
Redman Michael, cor. Jeffers and 

Hamilton. 
Richardson John, Water. 
Woodard M. C, Water. 

Tailors. 

Ricse Emiel, Water. 
Strauss George, Water. 

Tobacconist. 

Sharman Amiel, Water. 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 
Lacey A. D., Water. 

Wines and Liquors. 

Potter & Brother, Water. 
VOGHT JACOB, WATER. 



WEBSTER HOUSE, 

LESTER CROSS, Prop'r, 

Cor. Washington and Jeffers Sts., 

Saginaw City, Midi. 

BOARD ON'E DOLL.\R PER DAY. 



EAST SAGINAW. 
A flourishing post city of Saginaw 
county, Mich., situated on the east 
bank of Saginaw river, IG miles from 
its entrance into the bay of the same 
name, and 100 miles north north- 
west from Detroit. The land upon 
which it stands was purchased by 
the founder of the city, Alfred M. 
Hoyt, of N. Y., in the winter of 
1850. At the time of this purchase, 
the whole country for miles around 
was an unbroken wilderness, and 
upon what is now embraced within 
J the corporate limits, only six frame 
buildings were erected — one steam 
saw mill, one boarding house, one 
dwelling house, one trading house, 
[(American Fur Co.'s) one office, 
I near the mill, and one barn; a few 
[shanties were dotted around near 
the mill, and an Indian trader had 
a log house near where the "Ban- 
croft House" now stands. These 
buildings were scattered along the 
bank of the river for more than two 
miles. Only three or four acres in 
all were cleared; the balance was 
covered with a dense forest of giant 
oaks, hickory, elm, butternut, lynn, 
etc. Nineteen months from this 
time, through the industry and per- 
severeance of Hon. X. Little, (Mr. 
Hoyt's agent), a splendid Plank 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Road was completed to Flint — 32 
miles — and dwellings, stores, mills, 
etc., were built as if by magic. Up 
to, and sometime after the comple- 
tion of this road, the town was sup- 
plied with its mail matter from Sag- 
inaw City — no office having as yet 
been established. Mark the change! 
Upon the spot where stood the tra- 
der's log hut, a splendid brick block 
has been erected, and the city now 
has a population of 4,000. The 
Flint & Pere-Marquette Railroad is 
completed to, the City of Flint. 

Seven lines of Steamers and one 
of Propellers arrive and depart from 
the Port regularly — two daily lines 
of Stages, with a daily mail from 
Detroit. The city is lighted by gas, 
and has a magnificent Hotel, 100 by 
120 feet, and four stories high, fur- 
nished with baths, steam heating 
and cooking apparatus, and ail other 
modern improvements. 

There are numerous steam saw 
mills, many with gangs of saws, and 
capable of sawing from four to five 
million feet during the usual season 
of running — grist and flouring mills 
with four run of stones, planing mills, 
one of which last year turned out 
over seven million feet of planed 
lumber ; breweries, foundries, and 
machine shops, churches, printing 
offices, a Masonic lodge, public halls, 
fire, and hook and ladder companies, 
brass bands, military companies, a 
ship yard, where some of the finest 
steamers and vessels on the rivers 
and lakes have been built, over two 
miles of dock, mammoth stores, 
whose cash trade averages §500 per 
day, a banking office, whose opera- 
tions are very extensive, and through 
whose hands more money has paased 



for the last six months than the 
whole banking system of the State — in 
fact nearly all the eonveniencies and 
appliances of the older cities. It is 
near the head of navigation for lake 
craft, and near the confluence o? five 
large rivers, which, with numerous 
others from the Saginaw — giving on 
the rivers alone, aside from the al- 
most numberless creeks that are at 
the proper season of the year, large 
enough to float saw logs. 820 miles 
of river rafting. They extend into 
fourteen counties, containing over 
two hundred and sixty towns, and 
draining over four million acres of 
land — rich in pine, oak, cherry, black 
walnut, and other valuable timber. — 
Over one hundred million feet of 
pine lumber was last year shipped 
from the Saginaw river. This does 
not include the shingles or square 
timber, of which many million feet 
are annually shipped. Black wal- 
nut, oak timber and staves, are also 
shipped in large quantities. The fur 
trade is large, and the fish trade 
enormous. The country equals in 
fertility the far-famed "Western Re- 
serve," and is well calculated to 
grow any grain, and any and all fruit 
that will flourish in Western New 
York. Coal is abundant, and close 
at hand, and the manufacture of 
salt has been carried on with great 
success during the last season. 

With all these sources of wealth 
properly developed, the town must 
soon be second only to Detroit in the 
State, and although its growth is 
wonderful, its prospects are continu- 
ally brightening. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

C. B. Mott, Mayor. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



37 



J. J. Wheeler, Recorder. 
J. 11. Springer, City Clerk. 
S. B. Bliss, Treasurer. 
T. A. Curtis, Marshal. 
Emil Moores, Controller. 
Barber Egleson, Alderman. 
Michael Jeffers, 
Wni. F. Glasby, 
Wm. Warner, 
L. H. Eastman, 
AVm. H. Southeck 



Baptist Church — John S. Goodman, 

Pastor. 
German ^Methodist — Henry ^lentz, 

Pastor. 
Lutheran Church — Conrad Volz, 

Pastor. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

J. J. Wheeler, President. 
J. H. Springer, Clerk. 
C. B. Mott. 
A. G. Bissell. 
Wm. N. Little. 
Cha's. R. Robinson. 
Geo. W. Morris. 
Geo. W. Merrill. 
John Erd. 



MASONIC. 

Lodge No. 72, meets every Tuesday, 
on, or preceding the lull of the 
moon, in each month. 

W. J. Bartow, W. M. 

A. S. Gaylord, S. W. 

C. B. Mott, J. W. 

Wm. L. Webber, S. D. 

John Elsifer, J. D. 

C. B. Jones, Treasurer. 

J. W. Toms, Secretary. 

J. 8. Estabrook, Steward. 

N. Merrill, " 

John Spear, Tyler. 



CHURCHES. 

Congregational — AV. C. Smith, Pas- 
tor. 

Protestant Episcopal Church — Hen- 
ry Banwell, Pa.stor. 

Methodist Episcopal 'Church. — H, 
N. Brown, Pastor. 



Attorneys at Law. 

Gage, D. W. C, Gen. 

Loveland & Waldron, cor. Water (fe 

Genessee. 
Robinson & Thompson, Genessee. 

Barbe'-, 
Rano Abraham, Genessee. 

Billiard Room. 
Hilliard, J. A. & Co., Genessee. 

Book Binder. 
Frey Julius T., Water. 

Cabinet Maker. 

Feige, E., Water. 
Schwartz, Ilcnry, Genessee. 

Carriage Maker. 

BAKER & CO., CARRIAGE MA- 
KERS, GENESSEE. 

Cigar Makers. 

Abram, Needhan, Genessee. 
Sullivan, J. C, Genesee. 

Clothing. 
Leiberman, E., Genessee. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Hess & Brother, Genessee. 
Penney, J. K., Water. 
Schoen, Jacob, Water. 

Dry Goods 
Barton, W. J., Genessee. 

Eating Saloon. 
Williams, John, Washington. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Forwarding and Commission- 

GOODING, JASPER K. Jr., FOR- 
WARDING, COMMISSION and 
GP:NERAL STP] AMBOAT AG'T. 
ALSO, DEALER IN FLOUR, 
MILL FEED, PRODUCE, &c. 
&c., WATER ST. 

General Stores. 

Curtis, Bliss & Co., cor. Water and 
Genessee. 

Derby, John, cor. Water and Gen- 
essee. 

Schapp & Barie, Genessee. 

Toms & Tucker, cor. Genessee and 
Water. 

Grocers. 
Boyd, J. R., Genessee. 
Sanbourn, George C, cor. Genes- 
see and Water. 
Silleman & Jackson, Washington. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
Buckhout, B. B., Ganessee. 
Schmutz, Anthony, Genessee. 

Harness Makers. 

Hovey, L. B , Genessee. 
Schade, F., Genesee. 

Hats and Caps- 

MARKS, H., DEALER IN HATS, 
CAPS, FURS, SKINS, READY 
MADE CLOTHING, GLOVES, 
&c., &c., GENESSEE. 

Panutzsch, E., Genessee. 

Hotels. 

Hobs, H., Prop. Bancroft House, 

cor. Genessee and Washington. 
Y"oung, A. F., Genessee. 

Insurance Agent. 
JMott, Chas. B., Agent for the Home 
and Metropolitan Insurance Com- 
panies, cor. Genessee and Water. 

Justice of the Peace. 
Gage, Morgan L., Genessee. 

Locksmith. 

Feige, Reinhard, Genessee. 



Lumber Dealers. 

Jones, C. B , Water. 
Whitting, L. C, office and saw mill 
on Water. 

Merchant Tailors. 

RICE JAMES, MERCHANT TAI- 
LOR, WATER. 
Wilkins, Chas. H , Genessee. 

Milliner] 
Hotzell, Mrs., Genessee. 

News Depot. 
Swan, George H., Postoffice block. 

Painter. 
Hall, F. G., Water. 

Photograph Artists. 
Eastman, H. N., Genessee. 
Mahon, T. S., cor. Genessee and 
AVater. 

Physician. 
Butler, Wm. H., Genessee. 

Produce Dealer. 
Ham, John, Water. 

Saloons. 
Bremner, John, Water. 
Dopp, James, Water. 
Lapham, L., Water. 
Warner, William, Genessee. 
Nero, J. B., Washington. 
O'Brine, John, cor. German and 

Water. 
O'Donnell, Wm., Water. 
Strathsburgh, J., Water. 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Parrish, J., Water. 
Teakle, Joseph, Washington. 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 
Doughty, Thomas E., Genessee. 



ZILWAUKEE. 

A post village of Saginaw Couiity, 
situated on the Saginaw River, six 
miles from East Saginaw. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



39 



PORTSMOUTH. 

A post village of Bay County, situ- 
ated on Saginaw River, 2 miles from 
Bay City — the capital of the county, 
75 miles from Lansing, and 100 
from Detroit. 

It is favorably situated for ship- 
building ; oak timber of the best 
quality being abundant and easy of 
access. Several first class vessels, ol 
from 300 to 400 tuns, have been 
launched from the yard of Messrs. 
II. D. Braddock & Co. 

The village contains a Baptist 
church, two stores, two hotels, five 
steam saw mills, and several mechan- 
ical trades. Population, 500. Post 
office established in 1855. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Wm. L. Feigh, Mayor. 

S. S. Campbell, Recorder. 

B. Vitour, Treasurer. 

Philips Simeon, Councillor. 

Jas. Watson, " 

George Lord, " 

Lewis Bloedan, " 

Angus Miller, " 

N, Whitmore, " 

Daniel Burns, Supervisor. 

Lewis Fuchsicus, City Clerk. 

F. Hoffman, Treasurer. 

Wm. L. Feigh, Justice of the Peace. 

Joseph Holster, " " 

N. Night, " " 

Lewis Fuchsicus, " " 

George E. Smith, Postmaster. 



BAY CITY, 

(FOMERLY lower SAGINAW.) 
An enterprising post City, and the 
capital of Bay County, situated on 
the right bank of the Saginaw Riv- 
er, 5 miles from it mouth ; 14 miles 
from East Saginaw, fare 50c.; 44 
miles from Flint, fare $2 ; and 100 
miles from Detroit, fare S2.50. 

The county has been recently or- 
ganized and formed from portions of 
Saginaw, Midland and Arenac coun- 
ties. 

Bay City has an excellent harbor, 
accessible to large steamers, and its 
fisheries and extensive pine lumber 
trade furnish employment for a great 
number ot the inhabitants. It has 
five stores, fifteen saw mills, one 
shingle mill, one Catholic and three 
Protestant churches, one weekly 
newspaper — the " Bay City Press," 
issued on Tuesday, by W. A. Bryce, 
editor and proprietor ; also various 
mechanical trades, and a population 
ofSOUO. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

J. Barney, Circuit Judge. 

S. S. Campbell, Judge of Probate. 

J. Barkley, Sheriff. 

S. W. Sails, County Clerk. 

F. A. Martin, Register of Deeds. 

F. B. Bitrage, Surveyor. 

S. B. Hart, Coronor. 

J. Breadhook, " 



MASONIC. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 120. Meets 
every Wednesday preceding the 
full of the moon. 

Wm. A. Brice, W. M. 

N. B. Bradley, S. W. 

J. H. Littles, J. W. 

J. F. Cottrell, Secretary. 

J. J. M'Cormick, Treasurer. 

Geo. C. Fray, S. D. 

II. M. Bradley, J. D. 

Chas. Smith, Tyler. 



A.ttorneys at Law. 

Grier F. C, Water. 
Beckwith L., Water. 

Blacksmith. 
Hogan & Montour, Water. 

Butcher. 
Strigl & Kaiser, Water. 



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Druggist. 
Bligh T. M., cor. Center & Water. 

Flouring Mill. 

McEwan John & William, Water, 

Furniture Dealer, 
Bloedun Lewis, Water. 

General Stores. 

Binder & Co., Water. 
Little J. H., Water. 
Jinnison C. E., Water. 
Munger C. & Co., Water. 

Hotels. 

Bauernfint Vincent, Water, 
HOFFMAN FRANCIES, BAY 

CITY HOTEL, CENTER ST. 
Putnam J. W., cor. Water & Third. 
Parke E., cor. Water and Third, 

Lumber Dealers. 

Bradley H. M , Water. 
Bradley N. B. 

Merchant Tailor. 
Nicholson E., Water. 

Saddler. 
Chandlier J. M., Water. 

Tinsmith. 

Heshler, Frederick, Water, 

Watchmaker. 
Zehner, E, N,, Water, 



BARNETTSVILLE. 
A Postoffice of Huron County. 



PORT SANILAC. 

A Postoffice of Sanilac County, 



LEXINGTON. 

A post village and the Capital of 
Sanilac county — situated on Lake 



Huron, 130 miles from Lansing, 80 
from Detroit, and by stage route, 
22 miles from Port Huron. It con- 
tains the public buildings of the 
county, ten stores and seven manu- 
factories of various kinds. — Post of- 
fice established in 1844, Popula- 
tion 1000, 



PORT HURON, 

A post city of St, Clair county, sit- 
uated two miles south from Lake 
Huron, at the confluence of the 
Black and St. Clair rivers, 57 miles 
north-east from Detroit, and 113 
miles from Lansing. It is the east- 
ern terminus of the Port Huron and 
Milwaukie Railroad, now in course 
of construction. The western ter- 
minus of a branch of the Great 
Western Railway of Canada, is im- 
mediately opposite the city, with 
which it has steam ferry connection. 
The Grand Trunk Railroad, which 
extends from the eastern to the west- 
ern limits of the Canadas, has been 
continued from this city to Detroit. 
Fort Gratiot, about a mile north 
from the Main Dock or Ferry land- 
ing, is now included in the corpo- 
rate limits of the city. During the 
boating season, Port Huron is con- 
nected with Detroit by a daily line 
of steamers. It is handsomely and 
eligibly situated for an extensive 
commerce, with a good harbor and 
superior facilities for ship building, 
and is largely engaged in the lumber 
trade. 

The city contains one Catholic and 
five Protestant churches, two select 
and two district schools, two Mason- 
ic Lodges, one Lodge I. O. 0. F., 
two weekly newspapers, the Com- 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



41 



wn. ifOTTo:n[LEY% 

BLACKSMITH 

Water, cor. Sixth Street, 

Port Huron, Mich. 



Horse Shoeing and Repairing prompt- 
ly executed, on short notice and rea- 
sonable terms. 



merclal and the Press, botli issued 
on Thur.sday. Also a large number 
of mills, lumber and ship yards, 
founderies and machine shops, with 
numerous mercantile and mechan- 
ical establishments. Population, 4, 
500. 



Ambrotype, Deguerreotype and 
Photographic Artists. 

Ewell, E. C, Military. 

JENNY J. A. DAGUERREOTYPE 
AND PHOTOGRAPHIC AR- 
TIST, COR. MILITARY AND 
WATER. 

Kornrumpy, John, Huron. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Brewer, M., Military. 
Conger <fe Harris, Military. 
Crellin & Atkinson, Huron. 
McAlpin, H., Bank building, Huron. 
MITCHELL WM., ATTORNEY 

AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 

HURON. 
Porter & Hunt, Military. 
Samson, G. C, Huron. 
Vrooman, II. B. & J. D., Military. 

Bakers and Confectioners- 
Arnold, G., Military. 
Egleston, John H., Water. 
English, P., Butler. 
Wineman, J. H,, Huron. 

Bankers and Exchange Dealer. 
Miles, Cyrus & Co., Huron. 



Barbers. 

Booker, W. H., cor. Military and 
Water. 

Christie, Aug., Quay. 

Clarke, G. A., cor. Butler and Hu- 
ron. 

James, E., Butler. 

Billiard Rooms. 
Holmes <fe Richards, Butler. 
King Saul, Butler. 
Walsh John, cor. Huron ave. and 
Quay. 

Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers. 

Bean Robert. Quay. 

BOTTOMLEY WM , BLACK- 
SMITH, WATER. [See card, p. 
4L] 

Luding & Eymer, Huron ave. 

Millen G. W., Water. 

Boarding Houses. 

Cameron J. D., Butler. 
McLeod Alex., Butler. 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Deal- 
ers. 

Betts A., Military. 

BOCKINS C. J., NEW YORK 
BOOT AND SHOE STORE, 
MILITARY. 

Bockins H. J., Military. 

Colburn E. D. & Bro., Huron ave. 

Orlcnburger E., Military. 

PINKHAM G W., DEALER IN 
BOOTS AND SHOES, LEATH- 
ER FINDING, &c., WATER, 
BET. MILITARY AND SIXTH. 

Skillington Tho's, Butler. 

Wallace H., Huron ave. 

Butchers and Meat Dealers. 

p]rnst Wm., Butler. 
Fowler Wm., Military. 
Smith iM. R., Military. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
Vanier A., Huron ave. 

Clothiers and Merchant Tailors. 
Bendit H., Huron ave. 



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Benneng Henry, Butler. 

Bond Gr., Military. 

Driscol C. 0., Water. 

GOODMAN S., DEALER IN 

READY MADE CLOTHING, 

HURON AVE. 
Haslett J. H., Huron ave. 
James James, Huron ave. 
Mapstone R., Butler. 
Miller C, Huron ave. 

Commission, Forwarding and 
Produce Merchants. 

Mott & Co., foot of Butler. 
Thompson J. W., on the Dock. 

Dentist. 

Kibbe J., Water, bet. Military and 
Sixth. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Herzag H., Huron ave. 

Travers C. H., Huron ave., bet. 
Quay and Butler. 

WHITE & CROWELL, DEALERS 
IN DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND 
PERFUiMERY, MILITARY. 

Dry Goods. 
Sanborn Wm. & Co., Water. 
Stoddard Wm., Military. 
SPARLING B., NEW YORK DRY 

GOODS STORE, HURON. 
Wallace & Gibson, cor. Huron ave. 

and Quay. 

Express Agent. - 
Hull & Osboru, Huron. 

Flour Dealer. 
Hibbard & Co., foot of Quay. 

Foundry and Machine Shop. 

Jenks W. S. & N., cor. Fourth and 
Union. 

Furniture Dealer.- 
Mulford W. R., Military. 

General Merchants. 

LEMONT A. L. & Co., GENERAL 
STORE ; WHOLESALE DEAL- 
ERS IN DRY GOODS, GRO- 



CERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, 
CLOTHING, &c., WATER. 

Groceries and Provisions. 

BAKER R. S., PRODUCE, LUM- 
BER, SHINGLES, &c., WATER. 

Bryce D., cor. Military and Water. 

Comstock A. W., Quay. 

Consodine John, cor. Huron and 
Butler. 

Dickerson L., Huron. 

HICKLING ROBT., MILITARY. 

Kaesemeyer E., Huron. 

King & Clenedin, Military. 

McKAY G., AVATER, BET. MIL- 
ITARY AND SIXTH. 

Matthews R. W., Butler. 

Meyer F. H., cor. Military and 
Water. 

Putnam James, Butler. 

Robison Wm., Huron. 

Saty G., Military. 

Sanders F., Militai-y. 

Seymour & Congdon, Water. 

Straws Fred., Huron. 

Ward S. T., Water. 

Wilcox Henry, Butler. 

Gunsmith. 
Unger 0., Butler. 

Hardware, Cutlery, Iron, Steel, 
Nails, &c. 

Hull <fe Osborn, Military. 
Steinart Wm., Water. 

Hat and Cap makers. 
Weisner Wm., Water. 

Hotels and Proprietors- 
Burton W. A., Prop. Central Hotel, 

cor. Huron and Quay. 
McArrow M., cor. Butler and Mer- 
chants. 
WHITNEY J. D., COR. HURON 

AND BUTLER. 
Kerwin W., Butler. 
Earned Asa, Butler. 
McKellar D., Butler. 
McKay M., Butler. 
Lynn Dennis, Butler. 
Thompson Wm., Military, cor. of 
Pine, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



43 



Insurance Agents. 

Harris, E. W., Military. 
MITCHELL SAM., INSURANCE 

AND LAND AGENT, BANK 

BLOCK, HURON. 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

Comins A. K., Butler. 
Whitman John, Huron. 
Whitman John, Pine ,bet. sixth and 
Military, 

Lumber Dealer. 
Baker R. S., Water. 

Milliners and Dress Makers. 

Gillett 3Iiss A., Water, bet. sixth and 

Military. 
James Mrs. E., Butler. 

Newspaper and Publisher- 
Potter H. S., Port Huron Commer- 
cial; office in rear of Postoffice. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

FECHET A. C, PHYSICIAN 

AND SURGEON, QUAY, NEAR 

HURON. 
Linster Dr., Huron, bet., Quay and 

Butler. 
Reasner F. M., cor. Huron and Quay. 
Stockwell C. M., Water, bet. Military 

and sixth. 

Plaining and Grist Mill. 
Whitman D., Quay. 

Post Master. 

Potter H. S. 

Real Estate Agents. 
CARLTON J. D., SURVEYOR, 

LAND AGENT AND NOTARY 

PUBLIC, MILITARY. 
MITCHELL S., BANK BLOCK, 

HURON. 
White E., Military. 

Saddle and Harness Maker and 
Dealer. 

McCormick, Military. 



Saloons and Restaurants. 

FostWm.. Butler. 
Goham Nick., Quay. 
Gonder C, Butler. 
King G. B., Military. 
Stone W. H., Butler. 
Tracy Mrs. M., Military. 
Weisley G. 
Wright T. A., Water. 

Ship Stores, &c. 
Hutchinirs John & Co., on the 
Dock." 

Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c. 
Miles T., Butler. 
Shulte F., Butler. 
WALKER M., MILITARY. 

Walsh Robt., Huron. 

Wines and Liquors. 
Goldea James, Huron. 



ST. CLAIR. 

A post city, and the capital of St. 
Clair county, Mich., situated at the 
Junction of Pine and St. Clair riv- 
ers, 50 miles north-east from Detroit. 
It exports largely of wheat, corn, 
and other staple products of the sur- 
rounding country, which is unusual- 
ly fertile, and is also extensively en- 
gaged in the stave and lumber trade 
and boat building, and contains eight 
steam saw mills, one Catholic and 
four Protestant churches, one Union 
school, one weekly newspaper — the 
Republican, issued on Saturday, one 
Masonic lodge, one Royal Arch 
Chapter and Council, one Good 
Templar's lodge, also numerous mer- 
cantile and manufacturing establish- 
ments, and a variety of trades and 
professions. Population, 3,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

E. R. Haines, Sheriff. 

J. Scarrett, Probate Judge. 



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ST. CLAIR REPUBLICAN, 

F. H. MOESE, Editor and Proprietor, 

ST. CLAIR, MICHIGAN. 

*~^~» 

Also, Dealer in Patent Medicines and Yankee Notions. Also, Notary Pub- 
lic for St. Clair County. 

The Republican being located in the County seat, and having the most 
extensive circulation of any paper in the County, is therefore the best adver- 
tising medium for both legal and miscellaneous advertisers. 

N. B. — No miscellaneous advertisements inserted without payment quar- 
terly in advance. 



F. H. Blood, Register. 
Ed. Carlton, jr., Treasurer. 

B. C. Farrand, Prosecuting Attor- 
ney. 

T. C. Ewing, Clerk. ' 
J. McNeel, Circuit Court Commis- 
sioner. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

M. M. St. Clair, Mayor. 

G. W. Carlton, Treasurer. 
F. H. Blood, Alderman. 
D. C. Soils, 

J. L. Agens, " 

11. H.Mather, " 
H. Chamberlain, Supervisor. 

C. Kimball, 

(jr. F. Collins, Recorder. 

D. D. Odell, Justice Peace. 
M. H. Miles, " " 
Pat. Coyle, Marshal. 



Attorneys at Law. 

Collins Geo. F., Front. 
Grace Wm., " 

Miles M. H., " 

Wilson G. W.; " 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Hifferman C, Front. 
Lack Wm. S., " 
Malar F., Trumbull. 
Murphy James, Front. 
Rankin John, " 
Trim James, " 

Butchers and Meat Dealers. 
Bayschley Cha's, Front. 
Keller & Co., 



Carriage and Wagon Makers. 
Odell J. A., Second. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
Abt M., Trumbull. 

Clothier. 
Rindskopf H., Front. 

Dentist. 

POMEROY W. B., DENTIST, 
CITY HOTEL. [See card, p. 
45.] 

Drugs and Medicines. 
Kitton E. D., Front. 

Dry Goods. 

Bendit & Shortsteins, Front. 
Jenks Rob't, Front. 

Foundry and Machine Shop. 
Kitton John E., Front, 

General Merchants. 

Brown & Barron, Front. 

CADY & BRO., DRY GOODS, 
GROCERIES, DRUGS, BOOKS, 
&C., FRONT. [See card, p. 45.] 

STEELE J. A., DEALER IN 
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, 
BOOTS. SHOES, &C., FRONT, 
COR. CASS. 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Agens J. L., Front. 
Chamberlain J. D., Front. 
Eber Andretv, Front. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



45 



WILLIS B. POMEROY, 



Surg 



C^DY & BRO., 

Successors to H. Whiting &. Co., 



M^ B Dealers in 

eon DeDtlSt, ^ry GooUs, nats, Caps, Boots, 

Shoes, Books, Stationery, 



St. Clair, Michigan. 

All work done in the most approved 
manner and warranted to give satis- 
faction, or the money refunded. 



Gonlait Alex., Trnmbull. 
Hubel John, Front. 
Livingston Wm., Front. 
Smith J. 1)., Front. 

Hotels and Proprietors. 

SOLIS D. E., PROP. CITY HO- 
TEL, COR. CASS AND FRONT. 

Richmond S. L., F., St. Clair Ex- 
change, Front. 

Livery and Sale Stable. 
Brown L. B., Front. 

Lumber Dealer. 
Oakes & Holland, Front. 

Milliners and Dress Makers. 

Blanchard Mrs. M., Front. 
Stone Mrs. T., Front. 

Newspapers and Publishers. 

St. Clair Chief, J. R. Averill, editor, 

Front. 
ST. CLAIR BEPUBLICAN, F. II. 

MORSE, EDITOR, FRONT.— 

[See card, p. 44.] 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Bell Dr., Front. 
Cornell L. B., Fropt. 
Dickey B., '• 

Saddle and Harness Maker and 
Dealer. 

Rooney T. J., Front. 



Hardware, Iron, Drugs, Medicines, 

Groceries, Provisions, Paints, 

Oils, A'c, <fcc., etc., 

FROKT STREET, 

St. Clair, St. Clair Co., Mich. 



Saloons and Bestaurants. 

EDWARDS DAVE, EATING 
HOUSE AND SALOON, AND 
FERRY HOUSE, FOOT OF 
ADAMS. 

Morrison John, Front. 

Shepperman A., Front. 

Stringer D., " 

Saw Mill. 
St. Clair Wm., Front. 

Stoves and Tin Ware. 

LORD JAMES, TIN, SHEET 
IRON AND COPPER WARE, 
FRONT. 

Mather & Son, Trumbull. 

Tailor. 
Mair A., Trumbull. 

Tanner. 
Sheldon D., Front. 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Baird A., Front. 

BARRINGER H. F., JEWELER 

AND W A T C H MAKER, 

TRUMBULL. 

Woolen Factory. 
Nichol John, Front. 



NEWPORT, 

BELLE RIVER POST OFFICE. 

A post village of St. Clair county, 
Mich., situated on the river so called, 



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at its junction with the St. Clair, 8 
miles from St. Clair, the capital of the 
county, 111 miles east from Lan- 
sing, and 50 miles from Detroit. 

It is surrounded by a good gra- 
zing country, abounding in oak tim- 
ber of superior quality, from which 
large quantities of staves are manu- 
factured and exported direct to Eu- 
rope and other markets. Among 
other industrial employments, ship 
building is carried on quite exten- 
sively at this place, at which numer- 
ous large first class steamers and 
sail craft have been constructed, 
and a large amount of square timber 
exported. 

This village contains one Catholic 
and two Protestant churches, a Se- 
lect school, eleven stores of various 
kinds, one Masonic Lodge, one 
Lodge I. 0. 0. F., one hotel, one 
steam flouring mill, three steam saw 
mills, one attorney at law and nota- 
ry public, two justices, two physi- 
cians, one baker, two coopers, two 
gunsmiths, one tanner, one milliner, 
one wool dealer, two masons and 
builders, and various additional me- 
chanical trades. Population 1,500. 
Post office established about 1829. 



Boot and Shoe Maker. 
Biddlecomb J., Broadway. 

Butcher and Meat Market. 
Fredericks H., Water. 

Carriage and Wagon Manufact- 
urer. 
Sickers J., Water. 

General Stores. 
Balkus J. W., AVater 
Kelly Wm., Water. 
Kern & Co., Water. 
Knoll & Wiseman, Water. 



Grocers. 

Gilchrist Alex., Water. 
Love Adam, Broadway. 

Merchant Tailor. 
Butteroni H., Broadway. 

Saddler and Harness Maker. 
Ladd C. P., Water. 

Saloons. 

Munn C, Water. 
Shafer J., Water. 

Steam Saw Mill. 
Whorton B., Water. 

Tailor. 
Drawl Wm., Water. 



ALGONAC. 

(Formerly Manchester;) a post vil- 
lage of St. Clair county, Mich., in the 
Eastern extremity of the State, situ- 
ated on the St. Clair river, near the 
head of the Lake, so called, 16 miles 
south from St. Clair, the capital of 
the county, 140 miles from Lansing, 
120 miles from St. Johns, and 40 
miles from Detroit. 

The village contains three general 
stores and" oae grocery, two hotels, 
two steam saw and grist mills, one 
woolen factory and carding machine, 
one foundry and machine shop, 
three justices of the peace, three at- 
torneys, two physicians, one brick 
maker, two bankers, one cooper, one 
dentist, one edge tool maker, two 
hide and leather dealers, one jeweler, 
two milliners, three wine and liquor 
dealers, one shingle maker, and va- 
rious additional mechanical trades. 
Population 800. Postoffice estab- 
lished about 1829. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



47 



Blacksmith. 
Bostwick A., Water. 

Boot and Shoe Maker. 
Combs A., Water. 

Cooper. 
Rathbone R. M., Water. 

Dry Goods. 

Smith D. c^- 8. L., Water. 

General Stores. 

Folkerts C. & Son., Water. 
Pooles C, Water. 
Swartout B. & Co., Water. 

Grocer. 
Poole E., Water. 

Hotels. 
Hill T. F., Water. 
Jackson M., Water. 

Physician & Surgeon. 
Melvin Alex., Water. 

Postmaster. 
Smith S. L. 

Steam Saw Mill. 
Smith A. & S. L., Water. 



NEW BALTIMORE. 

A post villape of Macomb county, 
situated on Lake St. Clair, 10 miles 
from Mt. Clemens, the capital of 
the county, 95 miles from Lansing, 
and 30 from Detroit. 

It is a flourishing village, exten- 
sively engaired in the lumber and 
stave business, and contains eight or 
ten stores, one church, one Masonic 
Lodge, one steam saw mill, two 
steam stave manufac'ories, and nu- 
merous and varied mechanical trades 
and professions. Population 1000. 



MT. CLEMENS. 

A flourishing po.st village and the 
capital of Macomb county, situated 
on the Clinton river, 5 miles from 
its entrance into Lake St. Clair, and 
by stage route 20 miles from De- 
troit. It is also connected by stage 
lines from with Almont, Port Huron, 
and Romeo, and during the boating 
season has daily connection with De- 
troit by steamer. 

It is h&ndsomely located, has good 
public buildings, and a fine appear- 
ance. In addition to the county 
buildings, it contains a Baptist, 
Methodist, and Presbyterian church, 
an union school, two newspapers — 
the Peninsular Advocate, and the 
Republican Standard, one Masonic 
Lodge (Mt. Clemens, No. 6), two 
hotels, two steam flouring and one 
steam saw mill, six stores, and nu- 
erous and varied mechanical trades 
and professions. Population 2000. 
Post oflSce established in 1825. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

S. S. Green, Circuit .Judge. 
Isaac B. Gilbert, Judge of Probate. 
0. II. Smith, County'Clerk. 
Geo. W. French, Register of Deeds. 
E. C. Gallop, Treasurer. 
Joseph Hubbard, High Sheriff. 
S. S. Gale, Circuit Court Commis- 
sioner. 
G. F. Mead, Pros. Attorney. 



MASO.NIC. 

Mount Clemens Lodge, Xo. 6. Meets 
first Wednesday preceding the 
full moon. 

Wni. S. Robinson, W. Master. 

Charles Jjainb, Senior Warden. 

Norton L. Milller, Junior Warden. 

Theodore Traver, Treasurer. 

Judson 8. Farrar, Secretary. 

Edgar H. Shook, Senior Deacon. 

W. Longstaff", Junior " 

James Williams, Tyler. 



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CHURCHES. 

Presbyterian — H. N. Bissell, Pastor. 
Methodist— Alfred Allen, " 

Baptist — No pastor. 
Roman Catholic — R. Van Rentegen, 
Pastor. 



SCHOOL. 

Union — Wm. Campbell, Principal. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Wm. S. Robinson, President. 
John Connor, Trustee. 
Elisha West, " 

John Huntington, " 
J. P. Dickinson, " 
Myran White, " 

Thos. Goulby, Marshall. 



Attorneys at Law. 
Eldridge R. P. & J. B., Court. 
Gale S. S., Court. 
Town Anson C, Court. 
Weeks Egda, Court. 

Baker. 

Scott George, Court. 

Barber. 

Wilson Francis, Cass. 

Boot and Shoe Maker. 
Miller Frederick, Front. 

Butcher. 

Renold Jacob, opp. Court House 
Square. 

Cabinet Makers. 

Brown Wm., Front. 

DAHM AUGUSTUS, MANUFAC- 
TURER AND DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS, CAB- 
INET WARE AND COFFINS, 
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 
FRONT. 

Druggist. 

Farrar J. S., Court. 

Dry Goods. 
Fletcher J. C, cor. Cass and Court. 



Stephens & Traver, Court. 
Snook T. W., Court. 
Stiger, White & Co., Court. 

General Store. 

Wise & Moser, Front. 

Grocers. 

Bardin Clemens, Front. 
Hart Wm., Front. 
Knoll, Joseph, Cass. 
Rottman A., Front. 
Stapleton Michael, Front. 

Gunsmith. 

Robinson Wm. E., Gratoit Turn- 
pike. 

Hardware. 

Steurtevant, Court. 

VANLANDEGHEM BRUNT, 
DEALER IN GRAIN, HOOP 
AND STAVE CUTTING, OPP. 
COURT HOUSE SQUARE. 

Hotels. 

Indermill Frederick, opp. the Court 

House. 
Phelps Loren N., Front. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Williams D. C, Court. 
Williams M. A., Cass. 

Miller. 
Garlic J. R., Front. 

Milliner. 
Richards Leah Mrs., Court. 

Newspapers. 

Republican Standard, Camfield Wm., 

cor. Court and Cass. 
Peninsular Advocate, Stockton Wm. 

& Co., Court. 

Photographic Artist. 
Batty James, Court. 

Physicians. 
Taylor H. & Son, Court. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CHARLES KELLOGG & CO.'S 




_^ IST D 



MACHINE SHOP! 

O.V ^TFWJITER STREET, 

Just Above the Detroit & Milwaukee R. R. Depot, DKTROIT, MICHIGAN. 



At the above establishment arc manufactured and furnished, on short notice, 

of the best stock, after the most approved models, and 

in the most thorough manner. 

HKiH m m nmm sTAiioMRy siemi Excm 

0:P -A.DL.L. SIZES, 

Portable Steam Engines, of all Sizes, Railroad "Work, 

M.4CIIIIVE SUOP TOOLS A^I> FIXTl RES, 

IRON FENCES, VERANDAHS, RAILING, 

ORNAMENTAL GARDEN CHAIRS, 

All kinds of Iron Castings. Mining Machinery of every description. Blast 
furnace and Rolling Mill Machinery, Composition and Br(\S4 (>4i5^rngs»/ ' 
and Finished Work, including Steam Whistles, Oil ^'mpps an<4 Globes, ' 
Oil Cups and Cocks, Steam Cocks and Bibba, Gaugp ^'pc^f's of (\\\- " 
ferrent j^atterns. ALso, Mills of every kind, driVpp by ^^eam 
or Water, embracing Flour, Grist a^d 8a>v Mij^s, iia^^g*, 
large and Pony, with latent improveni(ip^3; ^uiay, 
y^sh, Circular, Latho and Sidipy Milt^j all put 
\ip ^eady i'or use, when vlegir^d, whether 
at home QV p.bioad. 

^Iso, Repairing of all kinds of Work and Machinery, done with dispatch 
and at low ri^tes. Also, Gearing and Patterns of any size, up to 7 feet in 
diameter, cut by means of our commodious ann effective Gear-Cuttinc Ma- 
ehme. *' 

Also, Plans, Drawings and Specifications for Machinery, 

fi@»On application, a Circular wiU bo sent gratis^ containing a list of 
prices and further intormation, ^ 

CHARLES KELLOGG & CO., 

No. L'.^O At wafer Streot, Deti-oif. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. H. BUHL. 



C. DUCHARME. 



WHOLESALE 

Hardware Store! 

A.BBOTT BLOCK, 

Nos. 17 AND 19 WOODWARD AVENUE. 




^ 



BUHL & DDCHARME, 

IMPORTERS ANB JOBBERS OF 

m 

IRON, NAILS, SPIKES, 



TI COPPER. SHEET M WARE. 

Manilla Rope, Glass, Shot, Bar Lead, Etc., 



Nos, 17 and 19 Woodward Avenue, 



AND BUSINRSS DIRECTORY. 



49 



Post Master. 

Shook E. H., cor. Pearl and 3Ia- 
conib. 

R. R. Agent. 

de Boucherville J. V.,CJrand Trunk 
Station. 

Saddle and Harness Maker. 
31illor Jolm A., Front. 

Saloons. 

Beach Paul, Front. 

Lowe Anicill, (Irand Trunk Station. 

Pelkey Daniel, Front. 

Watches and Jewelry. 

Grebe William, cor. l*earl and Ma- 
comb. 



DETROIT. 

A flourishing post city, port of en 
try, and the capital of Wayne coun- 
ty, situated on the north-west bank 
of Detroit Strait, or River, 82 miles 
east south-east from Lansing, in lat- 
itude 42° 24' north, and longitude 
82° 53' west, 526 miles from Wash- 
ington. 

It is the commercial metropolis oi 
the State, and one of the most im- 
portant cities of the North-west; ad- 
mirably situated for an extensivi 
commerce, and possessing one of thr 
finest harbors in the United States 
As early as 1610, the present site ofl 
the city was visited by the French, 
by whom it was colonized and set 
tied as a fur trading post about 1701 
Detroit continued in the military oc 
cupation of the French until Nov 
29th, 1760, when it fell into th( 
hands of the English, and in 1781 
became a part of the United States 
It was incorporated as a village ii 
1802, destroyed by fire in 1805, and 



re-incorporated in 1815. Since 
which it has increased in wealth and 
population, with regularity and ra- 
pidity. In 1810 it contained 770 
inhabitants ; in 1820, 1.442; in 
1830, 2,222; in 1840, 9,192; in 
1850, 21,019; in 1854, 40,127; and 
its present population is estimated at 
75,000. 

The city is lighted with gas, and 
supplied with water of the purest 
quality, from the Detroit River, by 
means of a hydraulic establishment 
in the upper part of the city. It is 
also adorned with several public 
squares, and its streets are generally 
spacious ; the more noted of which 
are several avenues, each 200 feet 
wide. Many of its public buildings 
and private residences are elegant 
specimens of architecture. Among 
the former are several churches, re- 
cently erected; also, the U. S. 
Building, on Griswold street, now 
completed, of the Roman style 
with semi-circular doors and win- 
dows. The building has an altitude 
of 60 feet above the street, and is 
composed of rusticated ashlar to the 
bight of the second story floor, and 
polished ashlar above. 

The manufacturing interests of 
Detroit, are varied and extensive, 
ind include numerous large steam 
saw mills, furnishing an immense 
amount of lumber, and foundries 
with machine shops attached for the 
manufacture of steam engines, mill 
irons, and machinery of various 
kinds, stoves, agricultural imple- 
ments, etc., also boiler manufacto- 
lies, pail and sash factories, brewer- 
cs, &c.. unitadly constituting a 
v'ast industry. 
The export and import trade of 



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Detroit is immense, the former em- 
bracing the greater portion of the agri- 
cultural product of the State,]which in 
common with the productions of 
portions of adjacent States are ship- 
ped from this port. 

Detroit has various charitable in- 
stitutions and orphan asylums which 
attest the munificence of her citi- 
zens, also several literary and scien- 
tific institutions of a superior char- 
acter, with numerous primary and 
public schools. Three daily and 
eight weekly newspapers are publish- 
ed in the city, one semi-monthly 
bunk note and commercial reporter, 
one Masonic, one agricultural, and 
two monthly medical journals. 

The trade of Detroit has increas- 
ed to a great extent during the past 
year. There has been an improve- 
ment in the manufacturing and job- 
bing interests of from twenty to fifty 
per cent., while the amount of pro- 
duce handled at this point greatly 
exceeds that of any former year. 

The principal articles of import 
and export at Detroit are included 
in the following tables: 

The Imports at Detroit for I860. 

Alcohol, bbl 6,545 

Apples, " 13,603 

Ashes, " 4,619 

Broom corn, bales 17,821 

Barley, bu 103,302 

Bacon, boxes 7,855 

Beans, bu 2,822 

Beef, bbls 29,535 

Butter, lbs 3,084,067 

Cattle, No 70,830 

Coal, tons 25,438 

Cotton, bales, 8,496 

Copper, tons 6,383 

Copper, bbls 3,519 

Note — The above statistics are compiled from 
an anmiul statement of the trade and commerce 
of Detroit for 18U0, by James E. Scripps, editor of 
the Advertiser. 



Corn, bu 608,698 

Cranberries 1,068 

Dried Frnit pkgs 1,925 

Dressed Hogs, No 27,273 

Eggs, bbls ... 13,196 

Fish, bbls 16,954 

Flour, bbls 826,798 

Furs, pkgs 4,477 

Glass, boxes 29,099 

Hay, tons 889 

Hams, trcs 5,337 

Hides, No 103,030 

Highwines, bbls , 11,255 

Hogs, No 61,262 

Iron, bars 73,444 

Iron, bdls 23,596 

Iron, tons 2,302 

Iron Pig, tons 2,210 

Iron Ore, tons 3,497 

Lard, tcs 9,195 

Lard, bbls 17,329 

Lard, kegs 1,695 

Lath, M 328 

Leather, rolls 3,291 

Lime, bbls 9,128 

Lumber,M 6,211 

Malt, bags 1,963 

Meal, batis 12,445 

Millstuffs; bags 66,411 

Nail, kegs 43,863 

Oats, bu 174,439 

Oil, bbls... 3,620 

Paper, bdls 24,784 

Pelts, bdls 2,407 

Plaster, tons 10,691 

Peas, bu 2,506 

Pork, bbls 53,903 

Potatoes, bags 9,716 

Rags, bales 15,175 

Rye, bu 20,343 

Salt, bbls 58,212 

Seed, bags 29,016 

Sheep, No 11,672 

Shingles, M 7,574 

Skins, bdls 14,351 

[Staves, M 4,751 

I Stone, cords 1,879 

Tallow, bbls 8,661 

Tobacco, pkgs 8,726 

Wheat, bu 1,696,631 

Whisky, bbls 14,692 

Wood, cords 9,764 

Wool, lbs 4,128,117 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Total Exports from Detroit for 186<). 

Alcohol, bbls 7,10G 

Applets bbls 23,34U 

Ashes, casks 7,255 

Broom corn, bales 15,802 

Bacon, boxes 0,511 

Barley, bu 2,728 

Beans, bu 6,550 

Beef, bbls 27,771 

Butter.lbs 2,704,4-tl 

Cattle, No 58,090 

Coal, tons 

Cotton, bales 8,112 

Copper, tons 2,744 

Cornbu 592,044 

Cranberries, bbls 796 

Dried Fruit 2,422 

Dressed Hogs, No 25,136 

Eggs, bbls 11,569 

Fish, bbls 16.328 

Flour, bbls 808,519 

Furs, bales 4,136 

Hay, tons 832 

Hams, tcs 6,347 

Hides, No 87,890 

Highwines, bbls 4,674 

Hogs. No 48,259 

Iron bar, tons 237 

Iron pig, tons 375 

Lard, tcs 12,307 

Lard, bbls 9,715 

Lard, kegs 4.607 

Lath, M 11,815 

Leather, rolls 12,616 

Lime, bbls 4,897 

Lumber, M 42,482 

Malt, bags 5,369 

Meal, bags 11,284 

Mill Stuflfs, bags 46,682 

Oats, bu 309,205 

Oil. bbls 832 

Pelts, bdls 1,310 

I'eas, bu 4,421 

Pork, bbls 52,866 

Potatoes, bags 61,941 

Rags, bales 5,150 

Rye, bu 10,699 

Salt, bbls 7,206 

Seed, bas;s 25,219 

Sheep, No 9,502 

Shingle, M 22,767 

Skins, bdls 6,585 

Staves, M 4,800 

Tallow, bbls 7,695 



Tobacco, pkgs 6,559 

Wheat, bu 1,607,757 

Whisky, bbls 6,388 

Wool, lbs 4,498,226 

Ale and Beer. 

The manufacture of malt liquors 
has long been an important branch 
of business in Detroit. The report 
of the Secretary of the Water-works 
shows the number of breweries to be 
thirty. Ten of these are large con- 
cerns, employing an aggregate capi- 
tal of something like a quarter of a 
million of dollars. The remainder 
are conducted on a smaller scale, and 
will, perhaps, increase the capital in- 
vested in the business to 300,000. 
These turn out between thirty-five 
and forty thousand barrels of ale and 
beer per annnm. 

Bark. 

There are in the city fifteen tan- 
neries, large and small, and these 
consume in the course of the year, 
at a low estimate, 5,000 cords of 
hemlock bark. This bark is re- 
ceived mainly from along the West 
shore of Lake Huron, though some, 
perhaps 10 per cent of the whole, 
comes from the Canada side. It is 
brought down during the season of 
navigation in scows such as are used 
for the wood trade. The prices paid 
for bark the past season, have rang- 
ed from S3 50 to 84 50, averaging as 
near as may be §4 per cord. Last 
year the average price was about the 
same, but in 1858 it was somewhere 
in the neighborhood of §6. 

Boots and Shoes. 
There are nineteen firms in the 
boot and shoe trade in the city, do- 
ing a business of over $10,000 apiece. 



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The ao-'Teo-ate sales of the whole are I over a million dollars. The dealers 
put at $1,250,000. There is but one enjoy almost a monopoly of the 



exclusively jobbing house, though 
some five or six others do consider- 
able in a wholesale way. Manufact- 
uring is also extensively prosecuted, 
some 400 hands being constantly 
employed, exclusive of those enga- 
sed in custom work. The stocks 

o 

manufactured consist chiefly of 
mens' heavy boots, adapted to the 
wants of the lumber and mining re- 
gions, from whence the heaviest por- 
tion of the trade is drawn. 

Caudles aud Soap. 

The receipts of tallow for the year, 
foot up 8. 661 bbls., the shipments 
7,695 bbls. The difi'erence, with 



Lake Superior trade beside the lar- 
gest share of that of the lower Pen- 
insula. The trade of several coun- 
ties in the Western portion of the 
State is lost from the fact of Chica- 
go being the natural market for 
their lumber and other products, but 
Detroit dealer salso number many 
customers in Northern Indiana and 
some even in Ohio. What are 
known as the Northern counties of 
Michigan are in themselves begin- 
ning to constitute quite an impor- 
tant field for trade, and from no 
point can this be supplied so readi- 
ly as from Detroit. The Lake Su- 
perior trade is assuming such impor- 



that mad2 by the city butchers andjtance that stocks are made up with 
packers, is manufactured into soap special reference to its wants, and 
and candlot at this point. There! no where can these be met more ?at- 
are, according to the assessni'^nt re- isfactorily. 

port of the Secretary of the Water- The sales for twelve months past, 
works, thirteen factories in Detroit, i have exceeded by over twenty per 



Some of these are quite extensive 
concerns, one employing twenty 
hands, and turning out the past year 
something like 100 tons of candles. 



cent those of the previous year, and 
have been larger even than in either 
of the busy years, 1854 and 1855. — 
Collections also are reported never 



Three other houses are doing about to have been better. On the whole 
the same amount of business. Over' the trade has been highly satisfac- 
1,000 tons of soap are made annual- Story throughout, 
ly in the city. Manufacturers' pri- 



ces during the year have ranged 11 
all|c per lb for candles, and 5a6c 
far hard soap. 

Dry Goods. 

Detroit has three exclusively job- 
bing houses in the dry goods line, 
and six others that combine jobbing 
and retailing. These are all res- 
pectable and some quite heavy hous- 
es, their aggregate jobbing business 
for the year reaching considerably 



Drugs. 

The Drug, Paint and Oil trade 
has been prosperous during the past 
year, the amount of sales having 
been considerably greater than that 
of any previous year. 

There have been no changes in 
the houses doing the business, the 
wholesale trade in drugs being still 
in the hands of the following firms, 
viz : T. & J. Hinchman, Farrand & 
Sheley, McKenna & Kadcliff. Theo. 



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53 



H. Eaton, J. S. Cuthbert & Co.. and i 
Higby & Stearns. 

Five of the above include in their 
stocks Groceries, Paints, Glass, Oils, 
and some fancy goods. Higby &' 
Stearns confine their business to 
drugs, instruments and fancy goods, 
and also do a retail business. 

Furniture. j 

There are four extensive furni-l 
ture manufactories, which give em-i 
ployment to some 275 hands, and, 
which turn out work to the amount 
of nearly 8200,000 annually. Be- 
sides these, there are some three or 
four others, doing a smaller busi- 
ness, but adding materially to the] 
above aggregate. One house, devo- 
ting its attention chiefly to the man- 
ufacture of cane and wooden-seat 
chairs, does a jobbing business of 
nearly §50,000 per annum, indepen- 
dent of a considerable retail trade. 
Another, manufacturing principally- 
hard-wood furniture, turns out $45. 
000 worth of work in the course of 
the year. A third confines its atten- , 
tion chiefly to fine work, producing' 
rosewood and oak furniture equal to 
anything that can be gotten up in i 
the East. A fourth does, besides, ; 
a general manufacturing business,; 
for which it has large facilities. Du-l 
ring the year this e.stabli.shment has 
manufactured, independent of its, 
furniture, a million of broom-hand 
les, besides 125 tons of unfinished 
wood-work, the whole valued at §16, 
250. To it has just been added, al- 
so, tub and pail machinery, of capac- 
ity to turnout 125,000 pails annual- 
ly. But one of the houses here men-, 
tioned, sells furniture other than of 
their own manufacture. There is, 



however, one large wholesale house 
which does no manufacturing at all, 
selling mostly Eastern work. Some 
of the large furniture warehouses 
are well worth a visit, comparing fa- 
vorably in all respects with anything 
of the kind East or West. 

The trade for the year shows a 
great improvement from that of 1850, 
sales having increased fully 33| per 
cent. 

Furs. 

The Fur trade is a limited one, 
the entire annual collection of the 
United States not exceedinir $2,500. 
000 in value. Of this amount, Si^>50, 
000 worth have each of the last two 
seasons been collected by Detroit 
dealers, in Michigan and the adjoin- 
ing States. The business in these 
two years has been unprecedent- 
edly large. Most of the raw furs 
here collected, consisting chiefly of 
Racoons, Muskrats, Otter, Bear, 
Fisher, Red Fox, Cross Fox, Grey 
Fox, Beaver and Marten, are ship- 
ped to Europe direct. Minks have 
usually been sold for home use, but 
owing to the large catch of this fur 
the American market has become 
overstocked, and shippers this seas- 
on are compelled to send them also 
to Europe, where they are not so 
highly prized. The result is a de- 
preciation in the value of Mink. — In 
consequence of the large accumula- 
tion of furred skins now in Europe, 
with the uncertainty of political as 
pects both at home and abroad, ship- 
ping furs will only sell at extreme 
low prices this season. 

Groceries. 

The Grocery trade during the past 
year has been heavy though not ve- 



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ry remunerative, there being more 
than usually active competition 
among dealers. Stocks have gener- 
ally been kept quite full, so that at 
any time any demand could have 
been met. During the winter months 
at the opening of the year, a moder- 
ate business was done. The spring 
trade, howevet, was quite active, the 
amount of goods sold, exceeding 
that of the same period in either of 
the last three years. This subsided 



of all combined cannot fall 
short of ^500,000. 



much 



Hardware and Iron. 

An extensive jobbing business in 
iron and hardware is done in this 
city. The aggregate sales are esti- 
mated to equal 81,000,000 annually. 
The amount of goods sold during 
the past year will probably exceed 
the sales of 1859 by twenty per cent., 
though as prices have generally ruled 
about 10 per cent, lower, the amount 



into a moderate summer trade, which 'in value will show a much smaller 



lasted till the prospect of abundant 
crops throughout the State, made 
buyers and sellers equally sanguine 
of an increased and successful fall 
business. Heavier stocks than usual 



increase. 

During the year machinery for 
the manufacture of spikes and rivets 
has been put in operation at \Yyan- 
dotte, and quite an extensive busi- 



were accordingly laidin. — The trade, ness in this line is expected to be 
however, hardly reached the extent done hereafter. 

that had been anticipated, owing to The Wyandotte Rolling Mill Com- 
the political excitement that prevail- quote Lake Superior merchant iron 
ed, and the high prices of some $60@90 per ton, depending on size- 
goods. In their expectations of a railroad bar, S55@60 per ton ; rail- 
more than ordinarily good winter road spikes 3^@3ic per lb.; boat 
trade, they have also been disap- j spikes 4^@4^e per lb.; boiler rivets 
pointed, the financial troubles that 5@7|-c per lb. 
have visited the whole country, hav- 
ing almost completely stagnated bu- ' 11 * -x 1 X J 

° ^ , ? • ,1 There has been quite a larce trade 

smess. Goods are now being sold . . ^ " m 

, 1 ■ X 1 in hay at this point tor a year, ihe 

mostly at a loss, and pay being ta- , ^i. . i^ • i v, ^ 

•^ , ,, . 'amount that has arrived by teams 

ken for them generally in currency xi, i n *i * 

° •" ■ "^ has been more than double that re- 

that costs 10al2 per cent, to convert! . , . ,, • -lo-n 

^ ceived in the same way in Iod'J, 

into exchange. i , ., i i n. \. 

while a much larger quantity has 

Hats, Caps and Furs. lalso been been received, by boats and 

The number of houses exclusively railroad. The arrivals at the two 
in this trade is four. The trade, hay markets have averaged during 
during the year has been quite large, 'the year 195 loads per week, or a 
a decided increase over the business total of 10,140 loads, equal to 8,619 
of 1859, amounting perhaps to 30 or tons. Add to this the total receipts 
40 per cent. Two houses do a large 'from other sources — 889 tons, and 
wholesale trade, extending through we have, as a grand total of hay re- 
Michigan and some portion of Indi- ceived, 9,508 tons. Of this amount 
ana. The whole amount of the trade 1 832 tons have been shipped by lake 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



to the lumber and mining regions, 
C>')i tons being loaded here for the 
Lake Superior country alone. Much 
more has been taken by the latter 
trade that has been loaded at points 
on the St. Clair Kiver. The amount 
left here for consumption has thus 
been 8,076 tons. 

Leather. 

The total shipments of leather 
from this point, so far as the books 
show, amount to 12,010 rolls, or per- 
haps 3,154,000 lbs. This leather is 
mostly shipped in the rough, to be fin- 
ished at Ea.stern factories. Its value 
in the state in which it leaves us may 
be roughly put down at §000,000, of 
this about three-fourths is manufac- 
tured in this city, the receipts for 
the year being but 3,291 rolls. 

Lath, Lumber aud Shingles. 

As vessels coasting in the district 
are not obliged to report their arri- 
vals and cargoes at the Custom 
house, the Collector's books show 
very imperfectly the amount of lum- 
ber received by lake during the 
year. The following statement, how- 
ever, which, though perhaps not in- 
cluding all the receipts, still approxi- 
mates that result. 



Receipts of Lumber for 1860 were: 

Received at the yards from vessels 0,000,000 ft. 

" at M.(;!r.R. (lock " S57,000 

" by -Mich. Central R. R 0(>t.000 

" by Del. atid Mil. R. R 2,aiiH,0(W 

" by l)et. and Toledo R. R 72,f»00 

" from other sources (est.) 3,0(X»,OtjO 

Total receipts 13,124,000 ft. 

The receipts of Lath and Shingles 
for the year have been : 

Lath, pes. Shingles. 

By lako 38.'i,0fi0 5,19.5,000 

Uv l>.t. i Mil. R. R 2,.{7t;,(XXi 

By Dot. 4 Toledo R. R 3.000 

3«o,000 7,.*i74,000 



There have been but seven mills 
in operation in this city the past sea- 
son. The amount cut by each of the 
others has beep as follows : 

Name. Lninlier.ft. Lath, pes. 

Brooks i A'lams 4,IXK),0<»U 2,0()0,WXJ 

K. liiibhard 2,4n,(HW 1,'>.V.),W)0 

N. W. Brooks 4,.''i<JO,000 1,0(J0,0(X) 

Henry K. Benson 2,.'yW,000 867,00(J 

Simuel I'itis 6,7(HVX)0 l;21'J,eOO 

Hugh MofTiit 4,20.5,000 

U. A. A S. G. Wight 9,0«J(J,(XX) 2;26O,0O0 

3.3,310,000 8,580,00 

Oil. 

It is estimated that about 200 bbls. 
of oil are consumed in this city per 
week. To aid in supplying this 
amount we have here a lard oil fac- 
tory and a coal oil refinery. The 
latter has recently been put in oper- 
ation, and is of capacity to refine 
200 bbls. per week. The crude oil 
is brought from Pennsylvania, arriv- 
ing either by Lake or by the Great 
Western Railroad or Lake Shore 
Railroads. The Canada oil found 
near Sarnia is not so readily refined 
as the Pennsylvania, which is there- 
fore brought from a greater distance. 
In sperm oil there has been but lit- 
tle trade since the introduction of 
coal and burning fluid. 

Paper and Rags. 

There are some three or four 
houses in this city extensively en- 
gaged in the rag business. The rags 
are collected up throughout the State 
and shipped here in small parcels, 
where they are sorted and packed 
in bales, to be again shipped to the 
paper mills in New York and Ohio, 
or to those nearer home, in Ann 
Arbor and Ypsilanti. A large num- 
ber of hands are constantly employ- 
ed in the sorting and packing oper- 
ations. The receipts for the year 
foot up 15,175 bundles and bales, 



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•equal to about 800 tons. The re- 
ceipts of paper shown in our statis- 
tics include both wrapping and print 
paper, and are mostly from the mills 
on the line of the Michigan Central 
Railroad. These receipts of paper 
amount to 24,784 bundles. The 
following is the list of the paper 
mills in operation in this State with 
the capacity of each : 

Cornwall & Vancleve, Ypsilanti, 
manufacturers print paper, 1,500 lbs. 
per day. 

Cornwall & Brother, Ann Arbor, 
wrapping paper, 1,500 lbs. per day. 

Chapin, Wood & Co., Ann Arbor. 
run two mills with a combined ca- 
pacity equal to 2,500 lbs. print 
paper. 

Bradner, Smith & Co., of Chicago, 
run a wrapping mill at Three Rivers, 
capacity 2,000 lb.s. 

Gale & Co., Monroe, wrapping pa- 
per, 1,000 lbs. 

Bcrais & Newberry, Rochester, 
Oakland county, wrapping paper, 
1,000 lbs. 

Agoregate capacity — 4000 lbs. 
print paper, and 5,500 lbs wrapping. 
Total 9,500 lbs. 

These mills are mostly kept in full 
operation. 

Pig Iron. 

The receipts of pig iron for the 
year as shown by the Custom-IIouse 
books have amounted to 2,210 tons. 
The product of the Eureka furnace 
at Wyandotte has been 3,500 tons, 
and that of the Detroit and Lake 
Superior works in this city 1,200 
tons, making a total supply of 6,910 
tons. 

Tobacco. 

The tobacco trade of the city for 
the past year has been larger than 
in any previous year ; although 
owing to the strong competition 



growing up in the trade, it has prob- 
ably been less profitable to the man- 
ufacturers. There are six establish- 
ments engaged in manufacturing- 
cut tobacco in Detroit, employing 
300 persons. These have cut in the 
past year 1800 hhds. leaf tobacco, 
average 1,350 pounds nett, making 
an aggregate of 2,430,000 pounds of 
manufactured tobacco. The prices 
of the ffrst half of the year ruled ex- 
tremely low, but are now advancing, 
owing to the nearly total destruction 
of the crop in the tobacco growing 
States by drouth and frost. 

This city manufactures more cut 
tobacco than any city in the Union, 
in proportion to its population. Its 
facilities for shipping in every direc- 
tion, together with its having the ad- 
vantage of cheap freights from Lou- 
isville, have done much to make it 
so important a point in its business. 
Tobacco is sent from here to several 
of the New England States, New 
York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Tennes- 
see, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, 
Iowa, Minnesota, Indiana and Can- 
ada. 

The number of persons employed 
in the manufacturing and connected 
therewith must be over 1,000 ; 25,000 
barrels are used yearly in packing. 

In addition to the manufacture of 
cut tobacco, there are one hundred 
persons employed in this city in the 
manufacture of cigars — making 
nearly 7,000,000 cigars per annum. 

It will be seen by these figures, 
that although tobacco is by many 
considered an evil, it is to this city 
a great benefit. 

Railroad Traffic. 

The earnings of all our western 



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57 



roads for the past year show a grati-j William J. Speed, City Attorney, 
a irratifying improvement. Below Jo'^" 1^- Stadler, (Mty Marshal. 

we present statements showing ther^''^'i'^'''f^, ^^' ^^^fe'^^'ftton, Deputy 

11 • f 1 f *v. -1 I Warshul. 

monihly earnings or each 01 the rail- ti,^. n . n-^ o 

•^ *= Inos. Lampau, City Surveyor. 

roads centering in Detroit, with theJDewitt C. Hart, City Collector, 
per centage of increase over last Luther B. Willard, Director of Poor. 



year's figures. The earnings of the 
Grand Trunk, of course, include 



Francis W. Hughes, Clerk of Re- 
corder's Court. 
, « 1 1 , 1- n^^^ ^^- Wilcox, Assessor, 

those of the whole line, a part oflB. F. H. Witherell, Historiographer, 
which was not completed till thel W. F. Storey, City Printer. 



close of the year 1850. 



Earnings of the Michigan Central Railroad 
for two years. 

is.'in— CO. 1858—9. 

Total 82,029,070 G2 81,753,580 67 

Increiise $275,489 95 

Per cent, of increase 15 7-lo 

Earnings ot the .Michigan Southern & North- 
ern Indiana Railroad for two years. 

1859— GO. 

Tatiil §2,148,353 04 

Increiise 

Per cent, of increase 



1858—9. 
$1,728,303 92 
420,060 12 
24 3-10 



Joseph Parkinson, City Sexton. 

BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS. 

E. A. Brush President. 
Robert E. Roberts, Secretary. 
Wm. R. Noyes. 
A. D. Frazer. 
Julius D. Morton. 
John V. Ruehle. 



Earnings of the Detroit & Milwaukee Rail- 
road for two years. 

1859—60. 1858—9. 

Total 5675,083 30 $.540,9,39 11 

Increase 134,144 19 

Per cent, of increase 24 2-10 

Earnings of the Great Western Railroad for 
two years. 

1859—60. 1858—9. 

Total $2,112,100 80 $1,897,6.59 73 I T^l,^ r\ 

Increase 214,441,07 ^Ohn Owen. 

Per cent, of increase 



BO.ARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS. 

E. Willard Smith, Engineer. 

Wm. Barclay. 

A. Sheley. 

T. H. Hinchman. 



BOARD OF GRADE COM.MISSIOXERS. 

W. W. Wilcox. 



11 3-10 



Earnings of the Grand Truuk Railway for 
two years. 

1859-00. 1858—9. 

Total 8.3,288,850 15 $2,395,861 75 

Increase 892,988 40 

Per cent, of increase 37 3-10 

Aggregate earnings of the five Railroads 
centering in Detroit, for two years. 

1859-60. 1858—9. 

Mich. Central R.R.... $2,029,070 62 $1,7.53,580 67 

Mich. S. & N. I. R.K. 2,148,363 04 1,728,302 92 

Detroit* Mil. R.K... 675,983, .30 540,939 11 

Great West. R.W 2,112,100 80 

Grand Trunk H.W.... 3,288,850 15 



1,897,6.59 73 
2,395,871 75 



Total $10,253,467 91 

Increa;^e 

Per cent, of increcse 



58,316,.344 18 

1,937,123 73 

23 1-5 



OFFICERS FOR 1861. 

Christian H. Buhl, ^layor. 

Henry A. Morrow, Recorder. 

U. A. Lacey, City Clerk. 

James 31. Edmunds, City Controller. 

Daniel P. Bushnell, City Treasurer. 



Jeremiah Godfrey. 



STREET COMMISSIONERS. 

Eastern District — James Huff. 
Western District — Francis W. No- 
ble. 



CLERK OF MARKET. 

Samuel C. Webster. 



ALDERMEN. 

Jacob S. Farrand, President of the 
Common Council. 

First Ward — George Foote, Joseph 
Godfrey. 

Second Ward — Edw. LeFavour, M. 
Howard Webster. 

Third Ward— Jno. J. Bagley, Theo- 
dore Williams. 

Fourth Ward— F. B. Phelps, J. D. 
C. Williams. 



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Fifth Ward— J. S. Farrand, Henry 

H. LeRoy. 
Sixth Ward— Stephen B. Morse, 

James Shearer. 
Seventh Ward — Franklin M. Wing, 

Joseph Cook. 
Eio-hth Ward— P. M. Phillips, Wm. 

Pureell. 
Ninth Ward-H. T. Backus, John 

Ford. 
Tenth Ward— Geo. W. Olewine. 

Francis C. St. Aubin. 



9. 

10. 

11. 
12. 

13. 

14. 
15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 
20. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Ways and Means — Foote, Back- 
us, Morse. 

Judiciary — LeRoy, Williams, 
4th. 

Claims and Accounts — LeRoy, 
AVilliams, 3d. Backus. 
Streets — Williams, 3J, Morse, 
St. Aubin. 

Fire Department — LeFavour, 
Cook, Phillips. 

House of Correction — Bagley 
St. Aubin, Cook 
Public Buildings — Shearer, Bag- 
ley, LeFavour. 

Sewers — Morse, Webster, Pur- 
cell. 

Taxes — Webster, Olewine and 
Phelps. 

Police — Olewine, Webster, Bag- 
ley. 

Parks — Cook, Ford, LeRoy. 
Street Openings— Williams, 4th, 
LeFavour, Foote. 
Printing — St. Aubin, Foote, 
Shearer. 

Markets — Ford, Wing, Godfrey. 
Licenses — Godfrey, Shearer, 
Wing. 

Health— Phelps, Foote, Wil- 
liams, 3d. 

Gas Lights — Phillips, Olewine, 
Wing. 

Hydraulics — W i n g , M o r s e, 
Phelps. 

Pounds — Pureell^ Ford, Cook. 
Special Committee to confer 
with Gas Co — Bagley, Williams, 
3d St. Aubin. 



BOARD OP EDUCATION. 

William D. Wilkins, President. 
Edmund Hall, Secretary. 
Daniel P. Bushnell, Treasurer. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Benjamin Vernor, President. 

George C. Codd, Vice-President. 

Henry Starkey, Secretary. 

Robert McMillan, Treasurer. 

John Kendall, Collector. 

Wm. Holmes, Chief Engineer. 

Benjamira Clark, 1st Assistant En- 
gineer. 

James Battle, 2d Assistant Engineer. 

John F. Cooper, t'hief Warden. 

H. H. Baxter, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

Geo. C. Codd and Jno. II. Adams, 
Trustees. 

H. A Snow, Superintendent of Re- 
pairs and Supplies. 

Geo. B. Parsons, Chimney Sweep. 



CITY PHYSICIANS. 

First District — Chailes H. Barrett. 
Second District — Caspar Schultz. 
Third District— F. W. Sparling. 
Fourth District— Dwight D. "Steb- 
bins. 







CONSTABLES. 


First Ward — John Gore. 


Second 


'A 


— Ara W. Sprague. 


Third 


a 


— Geo. L. Scanlon. 


Fourth 


a 


— Christopher Stadler. 


Fifth 


u 


— E. Winkoop. 


Sixth 


(( 


— James Love. 


Seventh 


(( 


— Dennis K. Sullivan. 


Eighth 


(( 


— Timothy Mahoney. 


Ninth 


a 


— John Zimmerman. 


Tenth 




— Herman Denstadt. 




lRD COLLECTORS. 


First War 


d — John Collins. 


Second 


it 


—Charles O'Neil. 


Third 


u 


— Leonard Richter. 


Fourth 


u 


— Aloys Katus. 


Fifth 


(( 


— Thomas J. Barry. 


Sixth 


" 


— William L. Streeter 


Seventh 


(< 


— John Hornbogen. 


Eighth 


a 


— Thomas Trehey. 



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59 



Ninth 
Teath 



John C. Curry. 
Henry Plass. 



OVERSEERS OP HIGHWAYS. 

First "Ward — John B. Long. 

Second " — James Cosgrove. 

Third " — Andrew AVilkie. 

Fourth " — CarlWeiehsler. 

Fifth " — Wm. H. Knowles. 

Sixth " — Nicholas Wurges. 

Seventh " — "William ^Martin. 

Eeighth " — Co.nelius Dauahey. 

Ninth " — John Frey. 

Tenth " — Anthony Demeill 



POUND KEEPERS. 



Henry M. Whittlesey, Register of 
Deeds. 

John Bloynk, County Treasurer. 

Frederick B. Porter, Circuit Court 
Commissioner. 

Ervin Palmer, Circuit Court Com- 
missioner. 

Matt Anderson, County Auditor. 

Wm. H. Craig, " " 

Charles Steward " " 

David Vj. Harbaugh, Prosecuting At- 
torney. 

J]dward Landerdale, Coroner. 

Charles H Barrett, 

Wm. B. Knapp, County Surveyor. 



Eastern District — Henry II. Covert. 
Western " — John Greenwood. 



WEIGHMASTERS. 



James McGrath, Upper Hay Scales. 
Russel Gage, Lower Scales. 



Janitors. 

}*eter Krumhorn, City Hall. 
Herman Krumback, Seminary Build- 
in <x. 



wood inspectors. 

John H. Smith, on the Dock, East- 
tern District. 

Frederick Funke, on the Dock, West- 
ern District. 

Wm. Ball, on the Market, Michigan 
Ave. 

Chas. Kamminskic, on the Market, 
Hastings st. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Norton B. Rowley. 



CITY SCAVENGERS. 

Wm. Jones. 
Nicholas Edmunds. 
Benj. Singleton. 



WAYNE COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Mark Flanigan, Sheriff. 
L. W. Tinker, Under Sheriff. 
Wm. P. Yerkes, Judge of I'robate. 
David Walker, County Clerk, 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 



MASONIC. 

Grand Commaudary of Kniirht Tem- 
plar's of the Slate of Michigan, 
meets in Detroit first Tuesday in 
June of each year. 

Officers for 18G1. 
Sir Wm. P. Inni.s, R. E. G. C. 
" Frank l)arrow,"V^. E. Dept. G-. C. 
" Jno. Clark, E.G. Generalissimo. 
" L. Ralwater, E. G. Capt. Gen. 
" D. B. Tracey, E. G. Prelate. 
" A. B. Ayer,E. G. Sen. Warden. 
" F. F. Eddy, E. G. Jr. Warden. 
" Wm. Barclay, E. O. Treasurer. 
" Geo. W. Wilson, E. G. Recorder. 
" B. Porter, jr., E. G. Standard 

Bearer. 
" D. B. Nichols, E. G. Sword 

Bearer. 
" D. B. Nichols, E. G. Warden. 
" R. P. Eldridge, E. G. Capt. of 

Guards. 

Detroit Commandery No. 1. Regu- 
lar meetings first Friday in each 
month, 7 o'clock, P. M. 

Officers for 1861. 
D. B. Nichols, E. C. 
G. B. Noble, G. 
J. J. Rhodes, C. G. 
Thos. II. Armstrong, P. 
C. S. Mott, Rec. 
Wm. Davis, Treas. 



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D. D. Mallory, S. W. 
Win. Penfield, J. W. 
P. Dixon, Std. B. 
Joseph Dimmick, W. 
C. D. Howard, Sent. 



Grand Council of Royal and Select 
Masters of the State of Michigan, 
Meets in Detroit on the second 
Tuesday in each year. 

Officers for 1861. 

Comp. Frank Darrow, as T. I. G. P. 
John Clark, St. Clair, as I. 

D. G. P. 
D. B. Tracey, Mt. Clems, as 

G. T. I. 
B. F. Doughty, Three Rivers, 

asG. P. C. of Work. 
S. B. Morse, Detroit, as G. C. 

Guard. 
Ezra Rood, Detroit, as G. 

Treasurer. 
Nathl. P. Jacobs, Detroit, as 

G. Recorder. 
L. H. Corson, Jonesville, as 

G. Chaplain. 
Wm. P. Innis, Grand Rapids, 

as G. Steward. 
Chas. D. Howard, Detroit, as 

G. Sentinel. 



Monroe Council, No. 1. Regular 
Communications Mondays on or 
following full moon in each month 
at 7 o'clock, P. M. 

Officers for 1861. 

S. B. Morse, T. I. G. M. 
N. P. Jacobs, I. D. G. M. 
E. A. Elliott, P. C. 
E. S. Mott, C. G. 
Thos. Hurst, G. S. 
G. B. Noble, Ree'd. 
John Moore Treasurer. 
C. D. Howard, Sentinel. 



Grand Chapter of Michigan, meets 
on Monday preceding the second 
Wednesday in January each year, 
at 6 o'clock P. M. Next annual 
communication to be held at De- 
troit. 



Officers for 1861. 

Wm. P. Innis, M. E. G. H, Grand 
Rapids. 

Benj. Porter, jr., M. E. D. G. H. P., 
Jackson. 

F. Darrow, R. D. G. K., Pontiac. 

E. Sprague, R. E. G. S., Battle 
Creek. 

J. E. Johnson, R. E. G. Sec'y, Cen- 
terville. 

W. H. McOmber, R. E. G., Treas- 
urer, Centerville. 

D. M. Tracey, R.E. G. Chaplain, Riv- 
er Rasin. 

P. H. Taylor, E. G. C. H., Battle 
Creek. 

A J. Cummings, E. G. R. A. C, St. 
Clair. 

S. Blanchard, E. G. Lecturer, Te- 
cumseh. 

R. Rowe, E. P. S., Hillsdale. 

U. D. Howard, E. G. Sentinel, De- 
troit. 



Monroe Chapter No. 1, R. A. M.— 
Regular Communication Thurs- 
day, on or proceeding the full moon 
in each month, at 7 o'clock, P. M. 

Officers for 1861. 

G. B. Noble, H. P. 

J. J. Rhodes, K. 

C. S. Mott, S. 

J. Lovett, C. H. 

T. H. Armstrong, P. S. 

Wm. Walker, R. A. C. 

A. Ives, M. 3d V. 

T. Hurst, M. 2dV. 

J. A. Shepard, M. 1st V. 

H. Johnson, Sec'y. 

0. Bourke, Treasurer. 

C. D. Howard, Sentinel. 



Peninsular Chapter R. A. M. Reg- 
ular meetings Friday, on or pro- 
ceeding the full moon. 

Officers for 1861. 

H. S. Roberts, H. P. 
G. B. Ensworth, K. 
J. B. Fisk, Scribe. 
E. Lefavour, C. H. 
I A. P. Toulman, P. S. 



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61 



E. rfatwell, R. A. C. 

J. A. Earner, M. 3d V. 

J. W. Indirersoll, M. 2d Y. 

W, P. Kumney, M. 1st V. 

W. II. Barse, Treas. 

C. F. Davis, Scc'y. 

J. J. Ludlow, Sentinel. 



Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted 
Masons meets in Mosonic Hall, on 
the second Wednesday in January 
of each year, at 12 o'clock M. 

Officers for 18G1. 

H. S. Roberts, G. M., Detroit. 
F. Darrow, Dep. G. M., Pontiac. 

F. Carlisle, sen. G. W., Dexter. 
P. II. Taylor,jr. G. W., Ionia. 

G. Taylor, G. C, Ann Arbor. 
A. H. Jordon, G. A., Detroit. 
James Fenton, G. Sec'y, Detroit. 
R. W. Landon, G. Treas., Detroit. 
S. Blanchard, G. V. and Lecturer, 

Tecumseh. 
M. Ayer, sen. G. D., Hudson. 
R. B. Piper, jr., G. D., Hudson. 
A. Patridge, G. S. B., Birmingnam. 
C. D. Howard, G. S. and T. 



Chas. W. Hunt, Adrian, R. W. 
Dep. Grand Master. 

Henry McAffee, Sturgis, R. W. 
Grand Warden. 

B. A''ernor, Detroit, R. W. Grand 
Secretary. 

Henry Fralick, Plymouth, R. W. 
Grand Treasurer. 

D. C. Jacokes, Detroit, R. AV. Grand 
Chaplain. 

Charles Kelly, R. W. Grand Mar- 
slial. 

Frederick Weber, R. W. Grand Con- 
ductor. 

S. M. Glasgow, R. W. Grand Guar- 
dian. 



There are five blue lodges in the 
city, which meet in Masonic Hall, 
to-wit: 
Zion Lodge No. 1, meets every 

Wednesday night. 
Detroit Lodge No. 2, meets every 

Tuesday night. 
LTnion Lodge of Strict Observance 

No. 3, meets every Monday night. 
Ashlar Lodge 91 

Charity Lodge No. 94, meets every 
Monday night. 



Michigan Encampment No. 1, 
I. 0. 0. F., meets 2d and 4th Wed- 
nesdays in each month at 0. F. 
Hall. 

Wm. Breen, C. P. 

B. F. Eddy, H. P. 
Wm. Curtiss, S. W. 

E. S. Ledbeater, Scribe. 
Jas. McKinley, Treasurer. 

C. J. Brady, J. W. 



I. 0. 0. F. 

Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F., in the 
State of Michigan, meets in De- 
troit, on the third Wednesday in 
January of each year. 

OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE 
FOR 1860. 

I. S. Bugbee, Edwardsburgh, M.W. 
Grand Master. 



Michigan Lodge No. 1, I. 0. O.F., 
meets at Odd Fellow's Hall, Monday 
evenings. 

Geo. W. McGee, N. G. 
J. W. Surles, V. G. 
A. Burrows, Sec'y. 
S. McDonald, Treas. 



AVayne Lodge No. 2, I. 0. 0. F., 
meets at Odd Fellow's Hall, Friday 
evenings. 

Jas. H Wood, N. G. 
C. C. Sprague, V. G. 
R. S. Dillon, Sec'y. 
W. Knowlcs, Treas. 



Olive Branch Lodge No. .38, I.O. 
O. F., meets at Odd Fellow's Hall, 
Thursday evenings. 
J. R. Gillett, N. G. , 

J. 0. Melick, V. G. 
C. J. Brady, Sec'y. 
Jacob Martin, Treas. 



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Washington Lodge No. 54, I. 0. 
O. F., meets at Odd Fellow's Hall, 
Thursday Evenings. 

Franz Hesse, N. G. 
Theodore May, V. G. 
C. Newman, Sec'y. 
Englihard Malty, Treas. 



CHURCHES. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Christ's Church, south side Jef- 
ferson ave., between Hastings 
and llivard streets. 

St. Paul's, corner Congress and 
Shelby sts. 

Mariners', (free) corner Wood- 
ward ave., and Woodbridge sts. 

St. Matthew's, (colored) corner 
Congress and St. Antoine sts. 

St. John's, cor.. Woodward ave., 
and High st. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

State street, corner State and 

Farmer sts. 
Fort street, corner Fort and Third 

sts. 
Avenue, corner Jefferson ave. and 

Rivard sts. 
Association, corner Lafayette and 

Wayne sts. 
Bethel, corner Jefferson ave., and 

Cass St. 
CONGREGATONAL. 

Congregational, corner Fort and 
Wayne sts. 

KIRK OF SCOTLAND. 

Kirk of Scotland, corner Farmer 
and Bates sts. 

BAPTIST. 

Fort street, cor.. Fort and Gris- 
woldsts. 

Tabernacle, cor., Washington ave. 
and Clifford st. 

Lafayette street, (colored,) be- 
tween Brush and Beaubien sta. 

Zion, (colored,) meets in Water- 
man block. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Woodward ave., corner Woodward 
ave., and State st. 



Congress street, corner Congres 
and Randolph sts. 

Lafayette street, corner Lafayette 
and Fourth sts. 

Walnut street, corner Walnut and 
Seventh sts. 

Rivard street, French, corner Riv- 
ard and Croghan sts. 

African, (colored,) Lafayette St., 
near Beaubien. 

GERMAN METHODIST. 

St. Antoine, (German,) corner of 
St. Antoine and Croghan sts. 

UNITARIAN. 

Lafayette street, corner Lafayette 
and Shelby sts. 

GERMAN LUTHERAN. 

Congress street, between Rivard 
and Russell sts. 

Larned street, between Rivard and 
Russell sts. 

German United Protestant, Mon- 
roe ave., corner Macomb ave., 
and Randolph st. 

DUTCH REFORM. 

Russell street, between Catharine 
and High st. 

SWEEDENBORGIAN, 

New Jerusalem, Macomb ave., 
near Grand Circus. 

CATHOLIC. 

St. Peters and St. Pauls. 

Cathedral, corner of Jefferson ave. 
and Antoine st 

St. Ann's, (French,) corner Bates 
and Larned sts. 

St. Mary's, (German,) corner An- 
toine and Croghan sts. 

Trinity (Irish,) corner Porter and 
Sixth sts. 

St. Joseph's Gratiot st. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 
Attorneys at Law, 

Andrews Geo., Butler's building, 
Griswold. 

Backus & Harbaugh, Masonic Hall, 
Jefferson ave. 

BELL A. F.. BELL & SOULE, 
ATTORNEYS, 154 JEFFER- 
SON AVE. 

Bell & Soule, 154 Jefferson Ave. 



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63 




JEFFERSON AVENUE, 



E. T. SHERLOCK, Lessee and Manager. 



Dress Circle 50 Cents. 

Orchestra Chairs 50 Cents. 

Parquette 25 Cents. 

Upper Circle 15 Cents. 

Doors open at 1; Performance Comineiices at 8 o'clock. 



Bishop ifc Holbrook, 56 Griswold. 
Blackraar T. 8., opp., PostofSce. 
Brown H. B., Griswold, cor. Con- 
gress. 
Buel & Trowbridge, 2 <fe 3, Seitz 

block, Griswold. 
Chapman & Davisson, opp., Post 

office, up stairs. 
Chase Marcus A., corner Griswold 

and Congress. 
Clark 11. K., Griswold. 
Cole S. C, 147 Jefferson Ave. 
Crookes B., 59 Griswold. 
Crosby C. B., 185 Jefferson Ave. 
Cullen J. W., 126 Jefferson Ave. 
Danfbrth Geo. M., 124 Jefferson 

Ave. 
Douglass & Andrews, opp. Postoffice. 
Duffield D. B., 124 Jefferson Ave. 
Fraser, A. D., opp., l^ostoffice. 
Fraser A. J., opp., Postoffice. 
Gavin Knox, 53 Griswold. 
Goodwin D., 124 Jefferson Ave. 
Hand Geo. K., 1G2 Jefferson Ave. 
Hensdale E. C , Waterman block, 

Lamed. 



Howard J. M., cor., Jefferson Ave. 

Hoyt W. C, Griswold. 

Hunt & Wells. Griswold. 

Jacokes James, 162 Jefferson Ave. 

Jennison Wm., Seitz block, Gris- 
wold. 

Jerome, Howard & Swift, Jefferson 
A\e. 

Joy James F., Canal building, Gris- 
wold. 

Knight & Jennison, Seitz block, 
Griswold. 

Knox W. B., 124 Jefferson Ave. 

Lamed S., 3 Lamed. 

Lathrop Geo., 124 Jefferson Ave. 

LOCKWOOD& CLARK. ATTOR- 
NEYS AND COUNSELORS 
AT LAW, SEITZ BLOCK, 
GRISWOLD. 

Loose J. P., 185 Jefferson Ave. 

Loyd C. W., Griswold. 

McClelland R , opp., Postoffice. 

Moore W. A., 3Iichigan Bank build- 
ing, Jefferson Ave. 

Morrow Henry A., Seitz block, Gris- 
wold. 



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DEALER IN 

.EY, MALT AND HOPS, 

Corner Bates and Woodbridg-e Streets, Detroit, Mich. 

Best Pale Amber and Brown Malt always on hand. Also, best New York Hops. 



Newberry S., 52 Griswold. 

O'Rieley M.V., corner Griswold and 
Congress. 

Palmer Ervin, Seitz block, Gris- 
wold. 

Penniman corner Griswold and 

Congress. 

Pestorions & Bigelow, 11 Merrill 
block. 

Porter F. B., corner Griswold and 
Congress. 

Pritcbard S. W., 127 Jefferson Ave. 

Quinby W. E., opp. Postoffice, up 
stairs. 

Rexford James P., Seitz block, 
Griswold. 

Rogers E. H., cor. Jefferson Ave. 
and Griswold. 

Romeyn J. W., 127 Jefferson Ave. 

Romeyn T., 127 Jefferson Ave. 

Ross J. B., 54 Griswold. 

Russell Alfred, (of Walker & Rus- 
sell) l&2Waterman block, Wood 
Ave. 

Speed Wm. J. 53 Griswold. 

SWIFT EDWARD Y., ATTOR- 



NEY AND COUNSELOR AT 
LAW, ODD FELLOW'S HALL, 
WOODWARD AVE. 

Taplor & Hartwell, under Michigan 

Ins. Bank. 
Tryon C, 99 Jefferson Ave. 
Walker E. C., Lamed. 
Ward & Earnsworth, 40 Woodward 

Ave. 
Walker C. I., Larned. 
Wells & Hunt, 53 Griswold. 
Whittemore J. P., 185 Jefferson 

Ave. 
Wilcos N. E. & 0. B., 54 Griswold. 

Auction and Commission Mer- 
chants. 
Blake P., 88 Grand River. 
Cargil & Dimmic, 197 Jefferson Ave. 
Ezekiel J. W., 162 Jefferson Ave. 
McGinnis Peter, in front of Campus 

Martins. 
Rowley H. E., 131 Woodward Ave. 
Sewell C, 211 Jefferson Ave. 
Starling G. J., 9 Michigan Ave 
Treyent Bro's. & Co., 125 Jefferson 

Ave. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FRISBIE & CO., 

DEAI.ER8 in 

DRY GOODS! 

Constantly on Hand 

SILKS, DE LAINES, MERINOS, PRINTS, ' 

Trlmmlugat NaQtUlas, Shawls, W hlte Govds, 

EMeiiDmEiiics, fusions, gloves^ 

Hosiery, Cloths, Flannels, Linens, Sheetings, Shirtings, Ac, Ac, 

1«Y JEFFIUASOM AVEHUE, 

DETROIT, MICHIGAK. 



CHANDLER & BRO., 

Wholesale Manufftetiirers of 

SHIRTS, COLLARS, 

Stitched Bosoms, 

B|o. »3 WOODWARD ATEN VB, 

DETROIT. MICHIGAN, 



PERIOT FlTTll SHIRTS AND WARS, 

MA^DE TO ORDER. 

L. B. CHANDLER. GEO. C. CHANDLER. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 





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Manufacturers and Dealers in 




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Wholesale Exclusively^ 

No. 25 WOODWARD AVENUE, 



COR. tvooobridgf: street, 



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At all times on hand a Large Stock of 




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H. HALLOCK, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 




AND 



Gents Furnishing Establishment. 

No. 168 JEFFERSON AVENUE, 
DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



G-.^I^IMIEIIN'TS nVC^IDE TO OK.IDEI?., 



Willmarth 0. B., Third, near Mich- 
igan Ave. 

Auditors. 
Muies James, D. A. 31. R. R. Depot. 
Newell J., at Depot, Third, 

Aurist and Oculist. 
Randall J. Dr., 179 Woodward Ave. 

Artists. 
Dolph J. Henri, old Odd Fellow's 

Hall, Woodward Ave. 
Highwood C, Firemen's Hall. 
St. Alary E., 185 Jeflferson Ave. 

Architects. 
Jordon <k Anderson, 53 Griswold. 
Schaffer John, 15 Jefferson Ave. 
Smith E. W., 127 Jefferson Ave. 

Ambrotype and Photographic 
Artists. 

Abraham A. W. 105 Woodward ave. 
Andrews Wm. V., 235 Jefferson 
Ave. 
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BARDWELL J. J., PHOTO- 
GRAPHIC AND STEREOSCO- 
PIC ARTIST, AND STOCK DE- 
POT, 162 JEFFERSON AVE. 

Grelling G. & Co., 219 Jeffersoa 

Ave. 
Hart W. P., Jefferson Ave., between 

Second and Third. 
Johnston J. H., cor. Larned and 

Bates. 
Kidd T., cor. Jefferson Ave., and 

Griswold. 
Langer C, 85 Woodward Ave. 
Lum C. H., SheldonBlock, Jeffer- 
son Ave. 
Willis J. T., cor. Woodward Ave.,. 

and Larned. 
Meore 0. D., 160 Jefferson Ave. 
Poor F., 65 Woodward Ave. 
RANDALL J. J., FISHER'S 

BLOCK, CAMPIUS MARTIUS. 
Roberts Wm., 159 Jefferson Ave. 
Secomb Wm. L., IGl Woodward 

SUTTON MOSES, W^HOLESALB 
DEALER AND MANUFACTU- 



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GO TTEAIiS ESTABLISHED. 

1 ♦ » 

Branch Office, corner Jefferson and Woodward Avenues, 

Over Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, 

iDETi?.oiT, :M:iOH:ia-.^n^. 

ParticLilar Attentioii Paid to Bincling;. 
K. T. IVES, Managing Agent. 

Subscribers having removed, will please give notice by Post or otherwise. 
CANT^ASSERS TTAIVTEI). 



RER OP AMBROTYPE AND 
PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS, 
APPARATUS, CHEMICALS, 
GLASS, GILT FRAMES, COL- 
LODION AND ARTISTS' MA- 
TERIALS. 205 & 207 JEFFER- 
SON AVE. 

Agricultural and Seed Stores. 

Bloss J. 0. & Co., 211 Monroe Ave. 

Gardner M. T. & Co., 189 Wood- 
ward ave. 

MOORMAN & BOWEN, MANU- 
FACTURERS OF SEPARA- 
TORS AND SMUT MACHINES, 
COR. WOODBRIDGE AND 
BRUSH. 

Penfield W. S., 108 Woodward ave. 

Bakers. 
Adams W. H., cor. Third and Por- 
ter. 
Altwood H. S., 303 Woodward ave. 
Barns J. A., 191 Woodward ave. 
Barrie L. W., 144 Fort. 
Beekbissinger J., High and Rivard. 



Chambe F., 209 Fort. 
COPLAND A. W., WHOLESA 
CRACKER AND BISCIHT BA- 
KERY, 20 MONROE AVE. 
Copland J., cor. Woodbridge and 

Randolph. 
Curtis J., 81 Larned 
Ebeling Chas., cor. Franklin and 

Hastings. 
Elliot Bobert, 168 Gratiot. 
HATCH JOSEPH, NEV\^ ENG- 
LAND BAKERY; BREAD AND 
CRACKERS OF ALL KINDS, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 
186 WOODWARD AVE. 
Herring H., cor. St. Antoine and 

Croghan. 
Hutton G. & C, 109 Larned. 
Jeanes James, 49 Larned. 
Lee Wm., 81 Congress. 
Muhlek J., 116 Woodbridge. 
Parmer R., 129 Michigan ave. 
Plummer G., 294 Gratiot. 
Quinn P. P., 104 Croghan. 
Remington Wm. L., 69 Grand Riv- 



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M. S. SMITH, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

WATCHES, CLOGES AND JEWELBY, 

SILVER & PLATED WARE, FANCY GOODS, 

TOOLS, MATERIALS, ETC., 

No. 55 Woodward Avenue, DETROIT, 3IICH. 



Roll Frederick, 72 Fort. 

Schulze Jacob, Catherine, near Rus- 
sell. 

Tuton James, cor. Second and Ear- 
ned. 

Witherspoon J., 163 Gratiot. 

Witterberger F., 10 Michigan ave. 

Banks and Bankers. 

Butler Wm. & Co., 68 Griswold. 

Dey Alexander H., Seitz block, 
(Jriswold. 

Duirtran A. W. & Co., 53 Griswold. 

FARMf^RS AND MECHANICS' 
BANK, J. D. MORTON PREST. 
J. C. W. SEYMOUR, CASH'R., 
COR. JEFFERSON & WOOD- 
WARD AVE. 

Howard E., cor., Woodbridge and 
Third. 

Ives C. & A., 149 Jeiferson ave. 

MICHIGAN INSURANCE BANK; 
J. OWEN, PREST.; H. K. SAN- 
GER, CASHIER; MICHIGAN 
BANK BUILDING, JEFFER- 
SON AYE. 

MERCHANTS BANK; J. BEESON, 
PRESIDENT; C. N. GANSON, 
CASHIER; 65 WOODWARD 
AYE. 

Parsons & Fi.sher, 54 Griswold. 

PENINSULAR BANK; II. P. 
PULLING, 1>RESIDENT,E. W. 
WENDELL. CASH'R. 126 JEF- 
FERSON AYE. 

PRESTON DAVID & CO., BAN- 
KERS AND EXCHANGE 
BROKERS, COR. WOODWARD 
AYE. AND EARNED. 

Scott Vincent C, 159 Jefferson ave. 



STATE BANK; CAPITAL §50,000; 
S. MEDBURY, PRES'T.; T. P. 
HALL, CASH'R.; COR JEF- 
FERSON AVE. AND GRIS- 
WOLD. 

Thompson 0. C, 37 Woodward ave. 

Barbers and Hair Dressers. 

Beehler R., 262 Jefferson ave. 
Beyer C. H., 118 Jefferson ave. 
Binga W. W., cor. Woodward ave. 

and Larned. 
Casterton Daniel, 19 Campus Mar- 

tius. 
Denshman T., 226 Jefferson ave. 
Dunhan J. & W., Atwater. 
Finn J., under Butler's Bank. 
Jeffrey, Cullen & Ouer, Merrill's 

block. 
Kuhn J., 416 Gratiot. 
KnatU., 207 Gratiot. 
Miller C, 184 Gratiot. 
Nichols D., 179 Atwater. 
Nicderonuller C, cor. Lafayette and 

Hastings. 
Nochals T., 139 AYoodbridge. 
Parker G. II., 404 Griswold. 
Pritchett Allen, Michigan ave. 
Richards & Parker, under Farmers' 

and Mechanics Bank. 
Socman Adolph, 56 Mich. ave. 
Smith H., Ill Catharine. 
Starks B., Ca.ss cor. (Jrand River. 
Tate Wra., 240 Jefferson ave. 
Ubnish K., 207 Gratiot. 
Wood 0. C, 20 3Iich. ave. 

Barley, Malt and Hops. 
HAWLEY R., BARLEY, xMALT 
AND HOPS, COR. BATES AND 



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AND 

(EN'S nmmmt journal, 

A Weekly Paper, devoted to Home Interests, Literature, 
Miscellany and General News, 

Published by S. DEXTER GREEKT, Editor & Proprietor. 

iDETi^oiT, :m:iob:. 

TEIiMCS, OIVE DOLLAR PEK ITEA.!?. 



WOODBRIDGE. 
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Beef and Pork Packers. 

ASH RICHARD, BEEF, PORK, 
LARD AND TALLOW DEAL- 
ER, 36 MICH. AVE. 

Peck & Bigley, 38 Mich. ave. 

Bell Hanger. 
Hansing Henry, 67 Randolph. 

Billiard Saloons. 

Bloynk J., 128 St. Antoinc. 

Maxwell J. AV., under Bagg's Hotel. 

May S., 232 Jefferson ave. 

McClure C. & Gr., under Bragg's Ho- 
tel, Woodbridge. 

SEEREITER JOHN, BILLIARD 
ROOM. 215 JEFFERSON AVE. 
[See card, p. 69.] 

Whipple D. D., 228 Jefferson ave. 

Blacksmiths. 
Anscomb G. C, 137 Grand River. 
Delaney F., 152 Gratoit. 
Fox Robert, 19 Congress. 
Hickey Daniel, 29 Water. 
Keatus A., Macomb. 
Keatus P., Macomb. 
King W., 40 Earned. 
McSay G., cor. Grand River and 

Middlemiss W., 146 Gratoit. 
Oglard P., 327 Mich. ave. 
Schamadan James, 42 Earned. 
Sharadd & Canfield, 33 Jefferson 

ave. 
Taff S. S., cor. Woodbridge and 

Shelby. 



Taylor A. G., 121 Woodbridge. 
Tosey S., cor. Atwater and Rivard. 
Vanantwerp T., 318 Atwater. 
Whitney A., 214 Woodward ave. 
Wortham R. E., Earned West. 

Boarding Houses. 

Adkins D., 47 Atwater. 
Bradley H., 75 Woodbridge. 
Carney D., 52 Front. 
Feeney John, 122 Franklin. 
Fitzpatrick Michael, Atwater. 
Furlang Wm., 1115 Earned. 
Keuter A., cor. Clinton and Bean- 

bien. 
King S. B., 249 Jefferson ave. 
Kuhnle J. J., cor. Lafliyette and 

Hastings. 
Little T., Atwater. 
3Iieghel G. P., 302 Atwater. 
O'Connor J., 96 Woodbridge. 
Pelon F., 319 Atwater. 
Sutter v., 197 Grand River. 
Tosley C, 45 Atwater. 
Vallier A., 69 Atwater. 
WHITFIELD J., BOARDING 

HOUSE, 49 ATWATER. [See 

card, p. 81.] 
Wilkinson J., 170 Franklin. 
AVilliams A., 133 Woodbridge. 
Wilson L. C, 99 Atwater. 

Boiler Makers. 
Brennan J, & J., 164 Earned. 
Buchanan & Carroll, Atwater. 
3IcGregor J. & T., Atwater. 

Book Binders. 
Palmer Friend, 130 Jeffersoa ave. 
Slater J., 98 Griswald. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



69 



H. BENEDICT, 

DEKTIST, 

268 Jefferson Avenue, 

One block above Biddle House, 
DETROIT, 3IICfI. 



Book Sellers and Stationers. 

Elwood S. D., 49 Griswold. 

Goodwin John S., Merrill Block, 
Jefferson ave. 

Howe W. B., 102 Jefferson ave. 

Krug G., 83 Crogban. 

Putnam, Smith A Co., 118 Wood- 
ward ave. 

RAYMOND & L A P H A M, 90 
WOODWARD AVE. 

RICHMONDS & BACKUS, 187 
JEFFERSON AYE. 

Slater John, 58 Griswold. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Adlaff L., 11 Congress. 

Baldwin H. P. & Co., 25 Woodward, 
wholesale. ^ 

Barnard S. T., 200 Jefferson ave. 

Bayer M., 521 Gratiot. 

Blenham H. A., 608 Jefferson ave. 

Bour A. <fe J. jr., 254 Jefferson ave. 

Burkard M., 242 Beanbicn. 

Cain Lewis, 10 Beanbien. 

Clark D., 20 Clinton. 

Conolly D., 73 Beaubien. 

Cross Wm., cor. Fort and Hastings. 

Curdy D., 135 AYoodbridgc. 

Curtis W., Ill Woodward ave. 

Depper Wm., Gratiot. 

Dilman L,, 24G Jefferson ave. 

Eckert Joseph, 07 Gratiot. 

Eib John, cor. Chestnut and Or- 
leans 

Ellis James, 212 Macomb. 

Endel Henry, 132 Woodbridge. 

Farnsworth L. L., 60 Woodward 
ave. 

Fisher Charles, 325 Woodward ave. 

Girst Yalentine, 73 Monroe ave. 



A. LAITNER & SONS, 

Wliok'salc iilul Retail 

Brash Factory 

139 GRATIOT STREET, 

DETROIT, MICH. 

.Vll kinds of Factory and Machinery 
Brushes made to order. 



Giepel Joseph, cor. Gratiot and 

Rahdolph. 
Grace Christian, 275 Woodward 

ave. 
(^,ray G. P., 405 Gratiot. 
Hairer George, 116 Franklin, 
flail Henry, 116 Fort. 
Hansman Martin, 68 Catharine. 
Heyd & Weber, 51 Michigan ave. 
Hiller J. C, 169 Fort. 
Hubbell Wm. & Co., cor. Randolph 

and Lafayette. 
Huss M., 64 ]Monroe ave. 
Johnson & Barnes, 85 Woodward 

ave. 
Jones Sam., 7 Woodward ave. 
Jones William, cor. Woodbridg3 and 

Jefferson ave. 
Judson Otis, 1164Woodward ave. 
Keusch J., 216 Jefferson ave. 
Kidder F. H. ct Co., 152 Woodward 

ave. 
Kimball S. W., cor. Seventh and 

Fort. 
Knight & Bulker, 91 Woodward ave. 
Kremer F., 246 Jefferson ave. 
Kunze L., cor. Woodbridge and 

Beaubien. 
La no: P< 63 Atwatcr. 
LeFAYOTR EDWARD, WHOLE- 
SALE MANUFACTURER OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES, 108 

WOODWARD AYE. 
Lee H., 107 Woodward ave. 
Lyon H., 196 Woodward ave. 
Mc(iraw A. C. &Co.cor. Jefferson and 

Woodward ave's. 
Marks J., cor. Clinton and St. An- 

toine. 
:\Iartz M., 220 Jefferson ave. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



THE CANADA STORE, 

Woodward AvcBJiie, 
Ferry Lauding, Detroit, Mich. 

Choice Family Groceries, 

Always on hanrl. Also, 

IMPORTED BRANDIES & GINS. 

Among the former will be found the 
celebrated brand of Chaloupin ct Co., 
which cannot be obtained elsewhere in 
the city. Canada quarters taken at 
their full value. 

HENRY MEARS, Agent. 



Marza J., 28 Catharine. 

Metzer F., cor. Croghan andRivard. 

Miller A., 645 Jeftersou ave. 

Neibling Peter, 256 Jefferson ave. 

Newman C, 204 Woodward ave. 

Newman C. H., 204 Woodward ave. 

O'Conor J., 12 Grand River. 

Palmer A., 25 Randolph. 

Pfiefla L., Franklin. 

Price W. G., 77 Croghan. 

Pudler Frederick, 303 Woodward 
ave. 

Quals John P., 236 Larned. 

Piankin Lewis, Grand River, near 
Jones. 

Rush Wm., 94 Grand River. 

Schantz M., 6 State. 

Schmittdiel J. H., 142 Eighth. 

Schooles R. G., 102 Jefferson ave. 

Schulze Frederick, 333 Lafayette. 

Seilleimer V., 210 Atwater. 

Smith S., 67 & 69 Woodward ave. 

Stewart & Patterson, 105 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Thompson C. A., 152 Woodward 
ave. 

Turner Wm., 25 Grand River. 

Tyler C. C. & Co. 

Uppendall F., 213 Croghan. 

Walde C, 156 Gratiot.' 

Wenlt J. F., 289 Fort. 

Williams Z., 132 Seventh. 

Wein J., 115 Bates. 

Young H., cor. Bates and Congress. 

Zacherder J., cor. Gratiot and Ran- 
dolph. 

Bonnet Bleachery. 
Oakes J., 204 Jefferson ave. 



E. T. HARRIS. R. C. N.VSH. 

HARRIS & NASH, 

Wholesale Dealers iu 

Imported & Domestic Liquors, 

CIGARS, AI^COHOIi, 

Pure Spirits, Vinegar, 

AND KECTIFIED WHISKY, 

No. 58 Michigan Avenne, East, 

DETROIT, MICH. 



Bowling Saloon. 

Hourigan S., 19 Griswold. 

Brass Founders. 

Davis S., 17 e. Park. 

FLOWER JAMES & BROTHERS, 
BRASS AND IRON FOUND- 
ERS AND MACHINLSTS, cor. 
BRUSH AND WOODBRIDGE. 

Harvey A., 123 Woodbridge. 

RANKIN J. & J. S., BRASS 
FOUNDERS; BRASS WORK of 
ALL KINDS DONE TO OR- 
DER, COR. CONGRESS AND 
THIRD. (See card p. 82.) 

JACKSON & WILEY, IRON and 
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MA- 
CHINISTS, COR. FIFTH AND 
WOODBRIDGE. (See card in- 
side front Cover.) 

Brewers. 

Brown Rufus & Co., cor. Seventh 
and Abbott. 

Carne G. W., 460 Atwater. 

Dash John, cor. John R. and Ad- 
ams. 

Dash T. H., 92 Adams ave. 

Duncan W. C, 186 Woodbridge. 

Harding Wm., 230 Lafayette. 

Miller H., 137 Antoine. 

Rueblemann Elois, cor. Clinton and 
Russell 

Volkel J., Gratiot. 

Broker. 

Sage 0. F., 8 Larned. 

Broom Makers. 

Eagle James E., 77 Larned. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



71 



LYMAN BRIGGS, 

General Agent for Standard Subscription 
Books of 

American & Foreign Publishers, 

Xo. 70 Griswold Street, 
DETROIT, MICH. 

Sole Agent at Detroit of J. Sage & 
Sons, Lithographers and Engravers, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Local Agent for J. Sage ife Sons' new 
and reliable Eailroad Map, S4 per copy. 

Notes, Checks, Drafts, Certificates, 
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Envelopes, 
Labels, Cards, Seals, A'c. General Ad- 
vertising Agent for Michigan. 



PIIIPP8 DAVID, BROOM MAN- 
UFACTURER, 10 GRAND RIV- 
ER 

Brush Maker. 

LAITNER A & SON, MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF BRUSH ESOF EV- 
ERY DESCRIPTION, 139, Gra- 
tiot. [See card, p. G9.] 

Butchers. 

Glare! J. & W., cor of First and Lar- 
ned. 

Clark & Brothers, cor. First and 
Lamed. 

Eberl Peter, 93 Grand River. 

Hops Heury, cor. Orleans and Lar- 
ned. 

Hubbert Nathaniel,' 331 Woodward 
ave. 

McCune Geor2;e, 209 Woodward ave. 

McCune J. N., M. 155 Woodward 
ave. 

3Iessmore P. J., 230 Woodward ave. 

Sowersby James, 273 Woodward ave. 

Tucker Robert, 315 Woodward ave. 

Vewu T., 275 Jeiferson ave. 

Weeber F., cor. St. Antoine and Gra- 
tiot. 

Cabinet Makers. 

Cornes J., 107 Crand ^\'ater. 
Federlein Martin, 131 Rivard. 
Koch A., 611 Larned. 
Pfiefla P., 7G Fort. 
Stron;r J,, 3 Franklin, 



ICE C REAM D EPOT. 

OSWALD irESSELBACIIEK, 

COISTZPECTIOIsrEI^ 
Ice Cream & Oyster Saloon, 

All kinds of French Pastry, Pies, 
Cakes, Jellies, Pyramids, A:c. Country 
Parties supplied. Orders for Wedding 
parties punctually attended to with 
every article in our line. All kind of 
cake trimmings on hand. 

228 JEFFERSON AVENUE, 

Xext door to tlic I'lniiien's Hall, 
DETROIT, MICH. 



Canal Company. 

SAINT MARY'S FALLS SHIP 
CANAL COMPANY, E. FAIR- 
BANKS, PREST, GEORGE S. 
FROST, TREASURER, CANAL 
BUILDING, GRISWOLD. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Fisher E. & A., Fisher's Block Cam- 
pus Martins. 
Leroy J, H., Larned East. 
Myler A., 74 Beaubien, 
Parhner & Boyle, 45 31ich. ave. 
Vinton G. W., Elizabeth. 

Carpeting and Matting. 
Shepard Edward, 142 Jefferson ave. 

Card and Seal Engraver. 
Wiggins S. A,, 55 Woodward ave. 

Carriage and Wagon Makers. 

BENNETT IRA, CARRIAGE MA- 
KER,JOBBING OF ALL KINDS 
PROMPTLY EXECUTED, 9 
MONROE AVE, 

Bennett & McCuUough, 25 Monroe 
ave. 

Danze Wm., 330 Gratiot. 

Dupont C, 88 Franklin, 

Gisler M,, l36 and 138 Larned. 

Gisler M. M,, 136 and 138 Larned. 

Ghernhard Abraham, cor. Grand 
River and First. 

Gruonbler E. W,, 177 (jratiot. 



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HEHRY WOLFF, 

^Vllok'^i:lk■ and Ilotail 

Trnnk Factory 




40 Monroe Avenue, 

DETROIT, MICH, 



All kinds of Traveling Trunks, Bags 
and Valises made to order at the 
shortest notice. 

Gnau John, cor. Macomb and Eiv- 
ard. 

Horn F., 309 Mich. ave. 

Johnson & Pajot, 7 Monroe ave. 

Kingle J., Hastings. 

Lemka C, 508 Gratiot. 

Lockbiller J., 402 Gratiot. 

Lyon W. M., Park. 

McDuff & Mitchell, Jones bet. Third 
and Fourth. 

Patton J., cor Brush and Wood- 
bridge. 

Reichle & Co., rear of Biddle House 
Jefferson ave. 

Rhodes J. J., 50 Mich. ave. 

Shearer James & Bro., 130 Wood- 
bridge. 

Smith John, 313 Mich ave. 

SMITH W3I., CARRIAGE AND 
WAGON MAKER, BLACK- 
SMITH AND HORSE SHOER. 
JOBBING IN ALL BRANCH- 
ES, 9, 11 AND 13 MONROE 
AVE. 

Wain Wm., Brush. 

Carvers. 
Myl H., 75 Croghan. 
Pickard J., 50 Riopelle. 

Cashier M. C- R. R. 
Gilbert G. W., Depot foot Third. 

Chair Painter. 
Simmonds Sumner, 14-4 Jefferson 
ave, 

China, Glass and Queensware. 
Jenness John S., Coyl's Block, 
Woodward ave. 



JOHN STUPINSKI, 

SHIP BUILDER 

Yard, foot Eirard Street, 

Opposite Barcklay's Foundry,' 
DETROIT, MICH. 



Ji@"Ship Building and Spar Making 
executed according to contract on the 
shortest notice. 



King R. W., cor. Jefferson ave. and 
Wayne. 

Lewis & Mosses, 221 Jefferson ave. 

WETMOHE F. & CO., IMPORT- 
ERS AND DEALERS IN 
CROCKERY, CHINA &C., &C., 
68 WOODWARD AVE. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Baddy J. F., 287 Jefferson ave. 

EOCARD FRANCIS, MANUFAC- 
TURER AND DEALER IN TO- 
BACCO AND CIGARS, 126 AND 
128 RANDOLPH. 

Fink John C, 182 Gratiot. 

GOLDSMITH M. MRS., DEALER 
IN FRUIT, CIGARS AND CON- 
FECTIONERYS, 81 LARNED 
EAST. 

GOLDSMITHOLIVER,35 WOOD- 
WARD AVE. 

Grunors H., 70 Jefferson ave. 

Hancock H., 214 Jefferson ave. 

Harehen & Bro., 189 Jefferson ave. 

Henniks C, 28 Fort. 

Hesse Francis, 191 Lafayette. 

IJirsch Joseph, 126 Clinton. 

Hodsay H. H., 60 Gratiot. 

Kaichen & Brothers, 189 Jefferson 
ave. 

Kopp & Judd, 58 Monroe ave. 

Krenier F., 120 Woodbridge. 

Kuhle C, 64 Monroe ave. 

Luderus P., 360 Congress. 

Mill Wm., 74 Croghan. 

Rosenfield J., 105 Jefferson ave. 

ROTHSCHILD & BROTHER, CI- 
GARS AND TOBACCO, ALL 
KINDS O F MEARCHAUM 
GOODS, 231 JEFFERSON AVE. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



D. I^. RICHARDSON, 

Mauiifacturer and >Vliolesalc Dealer in 



73 



^X^^w ^m^» ^%.- v^i \m\%%w^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^M 



Blue Percussion Split Matches; Round Matches in Round 
Wood Boxes; Round Matches in Paper Boxes, in 
1^ Gross and Gross Boxes; Square Tele- 
graph Matches in j Gross Boxes. 



W 



WARRANTED TO STAND IN ANY CLIMATE. 



No. 371 WOODBKIDGE STREET. 
DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

B^° I have Contracts with almost all the Railroads, so that Jobbers 
can ship my Matches in original packages. 



Civil Engineer. 
Scott Wm., 50 Griswold. 

Clothiers. 

Amberc David, 103 Jefferson ave. 

BURNII AM A. & CO., MANUFAC- 
TURERS AND WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 
CLOTHING AND GENT'S FUR- 
NISHING (^OODS, 183 JEF- 
FERSON AYE. [See card, p. 84.] 

Cohen M., 133 Jefferson ave. 

Cohnan H., 147 Jefferson ave. 

Eagle & Elliott, 7G Woodward ave. 

Ervin H. P., 15 Woodward ave. 

Ferner & Kranshaar, 94 Woodward 
ave. 

Hallock II., IGS Jefferson ave. 

Hart Abraham, 19G Jefferson ave. 

Heart A., 19G Jefferson ave. 

Heineman E. S., 130 & 132 Wood- 
word ave. 

Judson & Smith, 114 Woodward 
ave. 

Kauffinan S., 181 Jefferson ave. 

Kcveny P., 31 Jefferson ave. 



King J. L., 174 Jefferson ave. 
Labold L., 3G Woodward ave. 
Lehman A., 34 Woodward ave. 
Leiberman E., 97 Woodward ave. 
McGrath James, 121 Jefferson ave. 
Mabley C. R. & Bros,, 203 Jefferson 

ave. 
Mabley & Co., 131 Jefferson ave. 
Newman J., 147 Jefferson ave. 
Rossinbcrger M.; 103 Grand River. 
Schloss & Brother, 141 Jefferson ave. 
Schloss & Brother, 71 Jefferson ave. 
Schroder J. & Co., 251 (iratiot. 
Sykcs S., 76 Woodward ave. 
Troustime M., 185 Jefferson ave. 
Vanbaalen Wm., 133 Woodward 



Clothes Cleaners. 
Dunn Thomas, G3 Fort. 
Hanselman Geo., 5 Lamed. 
Lambert Wm., 12 Conaress. 
Lawrence G. W., 18 Bates. 
Schlicker Xavier, 2G0 Jefferson ave. 
Shimer M., 97 Bates. 
Van Baalan Israel, 10 Michigan 
ave. 



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No. 278 ATWATER STREET, 

H. H. DAY, Proprietor, > RTTTlBnTT MTPR 

AUGUSTUS DAY, Ai^^ent and Patentee,^ U Li 1 IlUl 1 , mlUn, 

Manufacturer of Rived, Jointed, and Planed Shingles. Also, Sawed 
Shingles, fully warranted as to quality and quantity. 

Also, Manufacturer of Day's Patent Shingle Machine, which Rives, Joints 
and Planes the Shingles all at one operation, performing the work in the 
most complete and perfect manner. Cash jiaid for Shingle Eolts. 



Coal and Wood Dealer. 
Williams J. M., foot of Griswold. 

Coffee, Spiees and Mustard. 
Bourke Wm., 15 Weodward ave. 
Evens, Walker & Co., 96 Jeflferson 

ave. 

Commission Agent. 

Mumford F. K., Freeman's Hall, 
Jefferson ave. 

Commissioner of Deeds. 

Trowbridge, L. S., Griswold. 

Commission Merchants. 

Anderson & Denton, 144 & 146 
Woodbridge. 

Bawn J. H , on Dock, bet. Second 
and Third. 

Bissell Ct. W., Michigan Central 
Freight Depot. 

Black & Young, Dock, bet. Shelby 
and Wayne. 

Brady S. P. & Co., 1 Woodward ave. 

Craig W. H., foot of Randolph. 

Dickinson Gr. D. & Co., foot of Sec- 
ond. 

Erwin John G. & Co., on Dock, foot 
First. 

Fremain J. Gr., 36 Grand River. 

Gilbert John R., 57 Woodbridge. 

Hendrickson J. & Co., opp. Detroit 
and Milwaukie R. R. Depot. 

Hornbeck B. N. & Co., 113 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Hurd J. L. & Co., foot of Second. 

Jones G. E., foot of Second. 

Newbury & Co., foot of Wayne. 



Oliphant & Haywood, 92 Jefferson 

ave. 
Sheldon C. A., foot of Cass, on 

Dock. 
Standish J. D., 17 Woodbridge. 
Stimson B. G., 66 Atwater. 
Williams G. 0. & Co., foot of First. 

Confectioners and Fruit Dealers. 

Bennett J., 15 Michigan ave. 

Droyer J., 104 Jefferson ave. 

German Anthony, 30 Monroe ave. 

Gore Mc, 81 Atwater. 

Gray P. C, 71 Woodward ave. 

HESSELBACKER 0., CONFEC- 
TIONER; ICE CREAM AND 
OYSTER SALOON, 228 JEF- 
FERSON AVE. (See card p. 71.) 

Pelgrim C, 50 Jefferson ave. 

Ralfe Alonzo, 5 & 6 3Iichigan ave. 

Saft'ord N. D., 134 Jefferson ave. 

Warren E.,216 Jefferson ave. 

WESTAWAY & AYERS. CON- 
FECTIONERS, 4 LARNED. 

Williams S. Mrs., 216 Jefferson ave. 

WINEMAN H., WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL CONFECTION- 
ER; OYSTERS AND ICE 
CREAMS SERVED IN THE 
BEST STYLE, 229 JEFFER- 
SON AVE. 

Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron 
"Worker and Dealer. 

BATTLE JAMES, MANUFACT- 
URER AND DEALER IN 
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET 
IRON WARE. STOVES AND 
TIN WARE CONSTANTLY ON 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Va 



E. W. LADD &, CO., 

ROOFING SLATe'& MARBLE. 

Slate laid on Rool's in City and Conntry, and AVarrantod. 
ENCAUSTIC, MARBLE AND SLATE TILE, 

Ftiriiishcd and Laid to Order. 

Also, will keep on hand and furnish to order, ^Marble and Marbleized Slate 
Mantles and Table Tops, Billiard Table Beds, blate Black Boards for Schools, 
<kc., etc. 

Office and Yard, corner of Eandolph and Atwater Streets, 



HAND. ORDERS PRO.^IPT- 
LY EXECUTED, 54 MICHI- 
GAN AVE., and 41 CON- 
GRESS. 

Coopers. 

Hart N. & Son, 247 Earned. 
Kling P., 221 Gratiot. 
Marr J., 170 Gratiot. 
Turner H., Atwater. 

Cutlery, Surgical Instruments, 
&e. 

Shaw Samuel, lOU Woodbridge. 

Dentists. 
Ashley R. V., ^lerrill Block, cor. 

Jefferson and Woodward ave's. 
Benedict H., 2G8 Jefferson ave. 
Cahoon "William, 199 Woodward 

ave. 
Cleland W., cor. Woodward ave. 

and Earned. 
Dumon J. J., Fisher's block, Cam- 

pius Martins. 
Farmer Dr. J. H., cor. Monroe ave. 

and Farmer. 
Farnsworth Dr. J. H., 97 Jefferson 

ave. 
Feild Dr. Geo. L., cor. Woodward 

ave. and Congress. 
Gilman B. F., 3 Merrill's block. 
White & Lathrop, llJG Woodward 

ave. 

Deputy Collector of Customs. 
Chamberlain S., 4 Woodward ave. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Gumming & Blodget, 53 Griswold. 



Door Plate Makers. 
Traub & Bro's, 20G Jefferson ave. 

Dress Makers. 

Ashley Mrs., 83 Fort. 

Babcock H. A. Miss, 2G9 Jefferson 

ave. 
De Baptist, Mrs., 224 Lamed. 
Foster Mrs., 118 Woodbridge. 
Grant Mrs. O. A., 265 Jefferson ave. 
l*lemondon Mrs., 187 Congress. 

Scharlene , 348 Michigan ave. 

Weber Mrs. H., 206 Jefferson ave. 
Winchell Mrs. S., 117 Fort. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Biddle & Thorn. 107 Mich. ave. 

Chittenden N. J., under Russell 
House. 

Cranage Thomas, jr., 99 Woodward 
ave. and Michigan ave. andShelby. 

Cuthbert J. S. & Co., 102 and 104 
Woodward ave. 

DUFFIELD S. P., DRUGGIST 
AND CHEMIST, 162 WOOD- 
WARD AYE. [See card, p. 83.] 

Eaton T. H., 18 Woodward ave. 

HATCH HENRY, DRU(;(;iST & 
CHEMIST, PERFUMERY, TOI- 
LET SOAP, HAIR & TOOTH 
BRUSHES AND WINES, LI- 
QUORS, &c. S. E. COR. JEF- 
FERSON AVE. AND BRUSH. 

Higby & Stearns, 177 Jefferson and 
60 Woodward ave. 

Jackson I. P., 279 Woodward ave. 

Johnson W., 151 Jefferson ave. 

Lebot E., cor. Franklin and Orleans 

Lenschuer 0., 187 Jefferson ave. 



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WHOLESAIiE AND RETAIL 



BOOKulEIiLER 





AND 




Offer to the Citizens of Michigan an extensive 
assortment of 



SCHOO 



1 

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Jj 



Ai IHEOLOGICA 



Li. 



STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, 

STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY, 

PAPERS, PENS, INKS, I,ETTER PRESSES, &C. 



PRIVATE m mm immn sijpplii 

ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS. 



FOR SABBATH SCHOOL LIBEARIES, 

We have the Publications of the Amer. S. S. Union, Episcopal S. S. Union, 
Mass. S. S. Society, Am. Tract Society, Presbyterian Board, Methodist Book 
Concern, with the Publications of other Keligious Societies and private Pub- 
lishing Houses. 

« ■ » ■ » 

For the Jobbing Trade we offer a larcre stock of the leadins; 



Used in thiS' State, which we will sell on satisfactory terms, and with but 

few exceptions at Eastern prices, thus saving to the purchaser Freight 

and Insurance. Our shelves are well supplied with 

STANDARD AND POPULAR LITERATURE 

Of the day, and all New Books of merit are received as soon as issued 
from the Press, making a choice stock to select from, either 
for the Library or for current reading. 
We respectfully solicit a call from all who visit our city, as we shall be 
pleased to show our stock, or to receive orders for anything in our line. 

RAYMOND & LAPHAM. 



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J. HB. SOOTT, 

SHIP iERCHilT S SHIP BROKER, 

WILL ATTEXD TO THE 

PURCHASE AND SALE OF VESSELS, 

Will Procure Cargoes for Vessels and 

Supply Vessels for Cargoes, Season 
Charters, &c. 




IJeiiij^ Proprietor of six good V^essels, am prepared to transport 

Produce, Lumber, Staves, Timber, Railroad Iron, Pig Metal, 

Coal aud Stone, 

To and from any of the Lake Ports, on reasonable terms. 



Lumber delivered at Albany or N.York at Current or Special Rates. 

< ♦♦♦■ » 

Office on Atwater St„ bet. Randolph & Bates Sts., 



MeKenna & Rancliff, 28 Woodward 
ave. 

MOSER THEODORE, DRUGGIST 
AND CHEMIST, 204, RAN- 
DOLPH. [See card, p 81.] 

Payne & Jolinston, 151 Jefferson ave. 

Soberer Dr. J. C, 39 Mich. ave. 

Simonean H. & L., 56 Jefferson ave. 

Spence T. R. & Co., 164 Woodward 
ave. 

Spence T. R. & Co., 269 Jefferson 
ave. 

Torrey E. C, 253 Jefferson ave. 

Dry Goods. 

Burns James & Co., 57 Woodward 
ave. 

Campbell, Sims & Co., cor. Wood- 
ward ave. and Congress. 

Farrell & Brother, 170 Jefferson ave. 

Fisbec Richard, 333 Woodward ave. 

Freedman & Brothers, 78 Woodward 
ave. 

Gardner Ranson, 88 Woodward ave. 

Grenning & Bloome, 63 Monroe ave. 

Kayser J., 202 Randolph. 



Kreming W.; 3Iaple. 
Knill G. R., 305 Woodward ave. 
Lowrie & Son, 148 Woodward ave. 
Peck Geo., 127 Woodward ave. 
Sittig Fuda lol Woodward ave. 
Smith, Root & Parsons, 16 Wood- 
ward ave. 
Thayer A., 139 Jefferson ave. 
Wagner I., 34 Monroe ave. 

Dry Goods—Wholesale. 

Frisbie & Co., 53 Woodward ave. 
and 167 Jefferson ave. 

Gunn & Locke, cor. Woodward ave. 
and Congress. 

Nail, Duncklee & Co., ^4 Woodward 
ave. 

ORR EDWARD, 146 JEFFERSON 
AVE. 

Root C. & G. 

TOWN & SHELDON, 23 WOOD- 
WARD AVE. 

Dyer and Scourer. 
Weber N., 87 St. Antoine. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 






JAMES PARSHALL, Proprietor, 
. 160 WOODWARD AVENUE, 

COR!VER OF STATE STREET, 



TERMS, ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. 



This House is centrally located, and is conducted on strictly 
Temperance principles. It lias been remodled, enlarged and refur- 
nished, and has excellent, large well ventilated rooms. 

Omiiibiisses run to and from every Train and Steamboat. 



LARGE NEW BRICK STABLES, 

And trusty Attendants, in connection with this House. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



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ILLIABD ROOMS 



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No. 215 Jefferson A.veIl^le5 
DETROIT, IVIICH. 



B^° These Rooms are new, elegantly fitted up, and contain Eight 
Superb Tables from the manufactory of J. M. Brunswick & Brother, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Embroideries, Laces and Millin- 
ery Goods. 

Flint Mrs. E. W., 191 Jefferson ave. 
Forsyth & Co., 62 Woodward ave. 
McAdam Mrs. A., Woodward ave. 
Saloman Mrs., 258 Jefferson ave. 

Engravers. 

Conklin G. P., 218 Jefferson ave. i 
Downer H. E.,186 Jefferson ave. 
O'Brien J., Jefferson ave. 

Express Companies and Agents. 

Fan:o C, lOG Jefferson ave. 

PETTY C. J., AGENT OF UNITED 
STATES EXPRESS COMPANY, 
112 JEFFFKSON AVE., MICH. 
EXCHANGE BUILDING. 

U. S. EXPRFSS CO.. 112 JEF- 
FERSON AVE., MICH. EX- 
CHANGE BUILDING. 

Fancy Goods. 

Clay Wm., 110 Jefffr.<on ave. 
Doeltz G. & Brother, 7U Woodward 
ave. 



Karraven P., 518 Gratiot. 
Mills M. T., 190 Jefferson ave. 
Norden M., 147 Mich. ave. 
Phelps Wm. & Co., 18 Jefferson ave. 
Scherer J. C, 205 Jefferson ave. 
Schwartz Chas., 219 Jefferson ave. 
Wise Mrs. M., Croghan. 

Ferry. 
Detroit & Windsor, foot Woodward 



File Maker. 
Camus P., 102 Gratiot. 

Flour, Feed and Grain Dealers. 

Buchan <fe Bro., 71 Grand River. 
Carr Patt. 10 Mich. ave. 
Dubois Wm., 273 Jefferson ave. 
Fish A. A., 199 Gratiot. 
Graves & Co., foot Woodward ave. 
Sheeram T., 85 Mich. ave. 
Stewart R., 47 Jcffor.son ave. 
Wilkes G.. 127 Woodbridge. 
Williams J., 81 Griswold. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




IMPORTER & JOBBER OF 



X XjtXntL) X OC O 




146 JEFFEftSi 



'W^il)^^^ 



.ItJ. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FARRAND & SHELEY, 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 




GROCERIES, 

Plllf i. MM 



WINDOW GLASS, ETC., 



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Ko. 80 Woodward Avenue, 



J. S. FARRAND, 
A. SlIELEY. 



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DETROIT. 



AGENTS FOR FAIRBANKS SCALES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



RUSSEU HOUSE, 

FRONTING CAMPUS MARTIiJS, 
DETROIT n^lCHSCAN. 



For elegance and comfort, the Russell House is not surpassed by 
any Hotel in the United States. 

II m oUrJklloiil i; UlllviialtCiili^ 

Warmed by Steam, and Lighted with Gas throughout. It is 

THE LAEGEST HOTEL IN MICHIGAN, 

Has the advantage of a pleasant, airy location, in the very heart of the city, 
and will be conducted in a manner that cannot fail to com- 
mend it to the traveling public. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



81 



RISING SUN 

BOARDING HOUSE, 

Xo. 49 Atwater Street, 

DiyrUOlT, MICH. 

JOHN WHITFIELD, Proprietor. 

Terms, $1,00 per Day. 
Single Meals, 35 Cents. 



Flouring Mills. 

Cla)'ton Mills, Gratiot. 

FORT GRATIOT FLOUR MILLS, 
PERRIEN & BROTHER, PRO- 
PRIETORS, 175 GRATIOT 
3IILLS. 

Gillespie R., cor. Second and Larned. 

Sanford & Delano, rear of Biddlc 
House, Jefferson ave. 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Barclay & Son, cor, Atwater and 
Rivard. 

DAY H. 11., PROPRIETOR 
DAYS MACHINE AND SHIN- 
GLE WORKS, 278 ATWATER. 
(See card p. 74.) 

DETROIT AND LAKE SUPERI- 
OR IRON MANUFACTURING 
CO. GEO. B.RUSSELL, Pres't. 
EDWARD C. WALKER, Vice 
Pres't. ALLEN A. RABIN- 
EAU. Treas.; OFFICE FOOT 
WOODWARD AVE. WORKS 
IN HAMTRAMCK. 

Eureka Iron Co., 10 Woodward ave. 

JACKSON & WILEY, IRON 
FOUNDERS AND MACHIN- 
ERY MANUFACTURERS, COR. 
FIFTH AND WOODBRIDGE. 
(See card inside front cover.) 

KELLOGG & CO., IRON FOUN- 
DERS, ENGINE BUILDERS, 
&c., ATWATFR near D. & M. R. 
R. Depot. 

Landmour D. W., Michigan ave. 

OWEN J., PRES'T. DETROIT 
LOCOMOTIVE CO., EARNED 
FROM THIRD TO FOURTH. 

Wayne J. B. & Co., near D. & 31. 
R. R. depot. 
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THEO. MOSER, 

Dfuler ill 

Drugs, Medicines, 

PURE WINES, LIQUORS, 

Perfumery, Toilet Articles, 
Trusses, &c., 

No. Q04 Kandolph St., 

DETROIT, MICH. 

Physicians Prescriptions carefully compoiinded. 



Willits W. J., 145 Cass. 
Wilson J. B., foot of Randolph. 
WYANDOTTE ROLLING xMILL 

CO., 10 WOODWARD AVE. 
Zabriskie W. II., 10 Woodward ave. 

Forwarding and Commission 
Merchants. 

BRADY S. P. & Co., PRODUCE 
AND GENERAL COxMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, A(;ENTS FOR 
LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS, 
WAREHOUSE, 1 WOODWARD 
AVE. 

HUTCHINS JOHN & Co., FOR- 
WARDING & COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, FOOT OF GRIS- 
WOLD. [See card p. 90.] 

KEITH & CARTER, STORAGE, 
FORWARDING <fe COMMIS- 
SION .MERCHANTS, FOOT 
OF SHELBY. (See card p. 93.) 

Walbridgc W. D., on Dock, foot of 
First. 

Freight Agent. 

Hansman Jolin, foot Third. 

Fruit Dealers. 
Doren T. II., 177 Michigan ave. 
Hatch George, 409 Jefferson ave. 
Langston J., 423 Jefferson ave. 
Nichols Mrs. J., IGG Woodbridtre. 
Turner Chas. D. & Son, 32 Wood- 
ward ave. 
TaftS. IL, under Russell House. 
Turney J., 2S3 Woodward ave. 

Fur Dealer. 
Altman J. & Co., 108 Woodward ave. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Barbi'^r F. & Son, cor. Lafayette 
and Riopelle. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



J. & J. 



r#ORK OF ALL KINDS. 




Brass and Bell Castings, Stop Cocks, 
Steam Whistles, Oil Pumps & Globes, 
Cylinder and Gauge Cocks, Bell Hang- 
ing, Models made to order, &c., &c. 

Corner Congress & Third Sts., 

DETROIT, MICH. 



Flattery & Bro's, 26 Woodward ave. 
Frost Dave & Co., 194 Jefferson ave. 
Griggs S. & Co., 165 Jefferson ave. 
Harrion Wm., 9 Michigan ave. 
Henderson John, 139 Woodward ave. 
Hoffman Wm., 275 Woodward ave. 
Keinyel F., 200 Gratiot. 
Kenyou J. H., 165 Jefferson ave. 
Lapham & Thayer, 16 Michigan ave. 
Mason G. F., 228 Woodward ave. 
Seeley John, 10 Michigan ave. 
Smith H. & Co., 109 Woodward ave. 
Stevens M. & Co., Woodward ave. 
Tillman J. W., 1-14 Jefferson ave. 
Wayner A., 172 Gratiot. 
Weber Henry, 129 Woodward ave. 
Whener A. J., 56 Monroe ave. 

Gas Light Company. 

Detroit Gas light Company, 8 Lar- 
ned. 

Grocers. 

Adams M. A., cor. TLird and Mich- 
igan ave. 

Allen J. M., 271 Woodward ave. 

Andre J., 212 Gratiot. 

Andrew H., 448 Gratiot. 

Arderly W., Gratiot. 

Armstrong & Sears, 311 Woodward 
ave. 

Baker D. T. & F. G., 146 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Barnard & Tiffany, 98 Woodward 
ave. 

Barnlet & Wells, 17 Grand River. 

Barrish L., 156 Woodward ave. 

Bartels Wm., Grand River and Or- 
chard. 

Bates George, cor. Third and Ab- 
bott. 



Beasley G. M., 128 Fort. 

Beck Henry, 188 Franklin. 

Bissell Louisa, cor. Fort and Hast- 
ings. 

Blair J. S., 22 Woodward ave. 

Blaker F. F., cor. Fort and Hastings. 

Bleser Frank, cor. Maple and Or- 
leans. 

Brewster J. E., 202 Woodward ave. 

Carroll M., cor. Sixth and Porter. 

Chagnon J. B., 63 Larned. 

Chagnon John D., cor. Wayne and 
Larned. 

Clinton, 33 Michigan ave. 

Cole J. B., cor. Larned and Beau- 
bien. 

Connor J., cor. Sixth and Labrosse. 

Conners & Hutton, 118 Grand Riv- 
er. 

Cowen R., 302 Michigan ave. 

Cross L., cor. First and Larned. 

Crowley J. & Co., 10 Grand River. 

Carrie, 117 Thompson. 

Curtin M. J., 25 Atwater. 

Cuthburt J. S., 263 Jefferson ave. 

Damm J. A., cor. Croghan and 
Hastings. 

Damanhaney M., 79 Michigan ave. 

Davie George, 97 Michigan ave. 

Dean John, 211 Woodward ave. 

Deimel A., 508 Gratiot. 

Dickson D., cor. First and Lar- 
ned. 

Donovan Daniei, 124 Seventh. 

Drexelios P., cor. Beanbien & Beck- 
man. 

Dripold Peter, 74 Thompson. 

Eccard E., cor. Catharine and Rus- 
sell. 

Elliott J. A., 225 Jefferson ave. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



83 



SAMUEL P. DUFFIELD, 

iimiYTICIlL m PHARMIlCfUTICil 




Pure Drugs and Medicines constantly on hand. 



Analyses of every description conducted 
with accuracy. 



No. 162 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 



Esser John, 109 Gratiot. 

Fellers G. J., 02 and G-i Jefferson ave. 

FerlP. H., 329 Mich. ave. 

Fischback Mrs., 35 Mich. ave. 

Fischback P., cor. Catharine and 
Russell. 

Fish W. S., cor. Michigan ave. and 
Lafayette. 

Fitzsimo ns Charles, 151 Woodbridge. 

Foster 11. J., 23 Randolph. 

Frinke J. W., cor. Clinton and Rus- 
sell. 

Gannt Samuel, 12G Gratiot. 

Gellers Peter, 412 Gratiot. 

Gies F., cor. Congress and Brush. 

Gillman Edward, cor. Fort and St. 
Aubin. 

Gordon G. H., 98 Grand River. 

Gordon H. H., cor. Franklin and St. 
Aubin. 

Gorman Martin 0., 127 Third. 

Graham Peter., cor. Sixth and La- 
brosse. 

Gucnin John, 203 Gratiot. 

Guinevan T., cor. Clifford and Eliza- 
beth. 

Haddow John, 100 Michigan ave. 

Hallihan T., 208 Congress. 

Hall Wra., 32G Michigan ave. 

Hatzenbuhler Jacob, cor. Fort and 
Riopelle. 

Hayden P. H., cor. Michigan ave. 
and Sixth. 

Heck John, 288 Gratiot. 

Heebensteck John, cor. Crogham 
and Riopelle. 

Henkel 117 Michigan ave. 

Heninson G., Fort. 

Henry R., 87 Seventh. 

Heywood T. J., 83 Congress. 



lliggins Charles, cor. Park and Co- 
lunibia. 

Higgins Thomas, cor. Third and 
Michigan ave. 

Ilillim (Jeo. W., Woodward ave. 
cor. Montcalm. 

Hilsendegen V., 400 Gratiot. 

Hinchman G. F. & Co., foot Wood- 
Ward ave., on the Dock. 

Hinchman T. & J., 120 Jefferson ave. 

Hitchner John, cor Lafayette and 
Russell. 

Hoak Joseph, cor. Lafayetteand An- 
toine. 

Hogan Michael, 103 Congress. 

Homnel M., cor. Third and Jones. 

Hooper G. W., 107 Michigan ave. 

Hopkins R., Park. 

Hubler S., 353 Congress. 

Hughes F. & Co., cor. Fifth and 
Michigan ave. 

Hughes P., 4013 Michigan ave. 

Hurlbut Chauncy, 20 Woodward 
ave. 

Indermill F., 318 Gratiot. 

Ivers John, 187 Michigan ave. 

Jack J. A. & Bro., cor. Gratiot and 
Randolph. 

Jacobs C, cor. Clinton and Antoine. 

Jones E. W., cor. Cass and Larnod. 

Kanter Edward, 4 and 6 Woodward 
ave. 

Keith A. & Brother, cor. Fifth and 
Porter. 

Keller J., Congress. 

Kensch M., cor. Catharine and Hast- 
ings. 

Kimbal J. E., 329 Woodward ave. 

Kingston S., cor. Eighth and How- 
ard. 



84 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



GREAT WARDROBE, 



9«^ 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




DEAtEKS IN 



GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 
OIL CLOTH mn INDIA RUBBER CLOTHINQ, 

TVliolesale a.ii<l Hetaii, 

USTo. 183 Jefferson Avenue, 
DETROIT, SVISCHIGAN. 



Kroegel F. A., 271 Jefferson ave. 

Kroeper F. A., 277 Jefferson ave. 

Kruger H., cor. Gratiot and Brush. 

Lane Mrs. M., cor. Abbott and Sev- 
enth. 

Lenibert B., 205 Second. 

Lebot D., cor. Franklin and Orleans. 

Lecbner Wm. F., 300 Franklin. 

Leddey J., 133 Michigan ave. 

Leddy Mrs. E, cor. Abbot and Sixth. 

Lindsay J. R., 56 Larned. 

Ling C, 77 Monroe ave. 

Lotz C, cor. Hastings and Catha- 
rine. 

McDonald J., 251 Congress. 

McFarland P., cor. Seventh and La- 
brosse. 

McGill D. J., 43 Atwater. 

McGraw Mark, 133 Michigan ave. 

McGunigle Wm., cor. Croghan and 
Orleans. 

McHutchon Wm., cor. Lafayette and 
Beanbien. 

McKinsey M. J., Grand River. 

McLaughlin M., 159 Fort. 

McMahon P., cor. Sixth and x\bbot. 



McMillan J. W., 232 Woodward 



-, 189 Michigan ave. 



ave. 

McNamara 

McRoy D., cor. Fifth and Abbot. 

Malcomson R., cor. Fifth and Porter. 

Mann C. M., 103 Michigan ave. 

Marks M.. 64 Gratiot. 

Marthian F., cor. Franklin and Ri- 
opelle. 

Martin Wm., cor. Catharine and Or- 
leans. 

Mathewson & Mason, cor. Larned 
and Shelby. 

Maurice Geo., 204 Woodward ave. 

Mead A. H. & C, 105Michi2;an ave. 

MEARS HENRY, AGENT THE 
CANADA STORE, CHOICE 
FAMILY GROCERIES, IM- 
PORTED WINES, LIQUORS 
AND CIGARS, WOODWARD 
AVE., FERRY LANDING. [See 
card p. 70.] 

Melody P. J., cor. Third and How- 
ard. 

Miller Arthur, 259 Jefferson ave. 

Miller Geo,, cor. Orleans and Larned. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



85 



"INL., 



& 



The undersigned has always on hand a full assortment of 

WINES AND LIQUORS, 

SUCH AS ' 

Fine Table Claret Wine, Sauterne Wine, Rhenish Wine of 

different qualities, Sherry Wine, Madeira Wine, Port 

Wine, Sweet and Dry Catawba Wine. Old Cognac 

Brandy, Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum, Swiss 

Absinthe, Fine Olive Oil, Sardines, 

and all kinds of Cordials, 

STJCIi Jt^S 

Kirsh-Wusser, Noyau, Parfait d' Amour, Anisette, 
Curacoa, Marasquino, Regenerator of Health, etc., 

AT WHOI.ESAI.E AND RETAIL, HY 

J. aOFFIN^ET, 

No. 65 East Larned Street, near Randolph, Detroit, Mich. 



MILLAR ROBERT, GR0CJ:RIES 
AND PROVISIONS, IxMPORT- 
ER OF WINES AND LIQUORS, 
I 200 WOODWARD AYE. 

Miller & Walcott, 259 Jefferson ave. 

Monaghan Wm., cor. Orleans and 
Lafayette. 

Morgan P., 284 Franklin. 

Morris A., cor. Seventh and Fort. 

Muclilman J., cor. Clinton and Hast- 
ings. 

Mulry J., 238 Thompson. 

Nayhiel P. W., 59 Elizabeth. 

Nichols D. B., 18 IMonroe ave. 

Nolan L., cor. Second and Michigan 
ave. 

O'Donnel John, 293 Woodward ave 

O'Leary D., cor. Third and Howard. 

Ott J., cor. Maple and Orleans. 

Otto J., 12 Randolph. 

Paulus A., cor. Lafayette and 
toine. 

Perkins Wm., 102 Grand River 

Philps R., cor. Michigan ave. 
First. 

Pilkey P.,8G Franklin. 



An- 



and 



Pothemus J. B., 154 Woodward ave. 

Pulte Anton, 36 Monroe ave» 

Prontz F., 75 Grand River. 

Quenthner P., cor. Clinton and Riv- 
ard. 

Quigley John, cor Seventh and Ab- 
bot. 

Radcliff J. T., cor. Grand River and 
Park. 

Rarrie L., cor. Beaubicn and Ma- 
comb. 

Rechford John, 120 Franklin. 

Regnery Jacob, cor. Gratiot and 
Hastings. 

Rice Christian, cor. Catharine and 
Rivard. 

Richards Henry, 118 Lafayette. 

Riggs Joseph 251, Jefferson ave. 

Ripley H. C, Woodward ave., Coyls 
Block. 

Roberts N. H., 96 Gratiot. 

Rowe Wm., 205 Michigan ave. 

Rowsen it Davis, 108 3Iichigan ave. 

Ruehle Frederick, cor. Fort and Rus- 
sell. 

Russell Dr., -l-l Jefferson ave. 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



L. F. BARTER & CO., 

■II llllll^ 

No. 154 Woodward Avenue, 



m m 



Above Campus Martius, 



CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 

Every Description of Teas, 

Consisting of Hyson, Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, Gunpowder, Imperial, 
Oolong, Souchong, Congo, Ning Young, Pouchong, English Breakfast, Pekoe 
Flowers, Orange Pekoe, &c. 



A-lso, 



lO, 1^ tiiicl SO ll>. Boxes. 



COFFEE EOASTED AND GROUND FRESH EVERY DAY. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ORDERS. 



Ryan James, cor. Grand Kiver and 
Macomb. 

Ralliet A., 1G4 Gratiot. 

Salter M., cor. Randolph and Ma- 
comb. 

Schmittdiel, J. B., 90 Fort. 

Schroeder Charles, cor. Beanbien 
and Harriet. 

Schulte Anton, cor. Macomb and 
Antoine. 

Schulte Peter, cor. Macomb and 
Rivard. 

Sherlock James, 329 Jefferson ave. 

Soloman H., cor. Russell and Jja- 
fayette. 

Staples L. J., 179 Woodward ave. 

Stephens & Beatty, 29 Woodward 
ave. 

Stewart Wm., 276 Gratiot. 

Stewart Wm., 286 Gratiot. 

Stober J., 185 Franklin. 

Sutherland G. W., 57 Michigan ave. 

Theile S., cor. Croghan and Hast- 
ings. 

Thomas F. A., 173 Woodward ave. 

Thompson J. M., 51 Gratiot. 



Tinker L. W. & Co., 116 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Trollope John, 232 Woodward ave. 

Troaster J., 283 Franklin. 

Tully P., Lafayette. 

Tyler R. G., cor. Michigan ave. and 
Congress. 

Vanderbeck E., 209 Atwater. 
|Veith C, 255 Gratiot. 

Vorliees P., 34 Michigan ave. 

Wagner D. & R., 70 Gratiot. 

Wagner D. & R., 219 Woodward 
ave. 

Wallace H. & R., 161 Woodward 
ave. 

Warshaurer I., cor. Earned and 
Rivard. 

Watson' A., 271 Woodward ave. 

Webb C, 154 Congress. 

Weber G., 60 Front. 

WeithoflF J., 105 Maple. 

Welbasky F. S. & Co., Gratiot. 

Werthman A., Clinton- 

Witgen A., cor. Franklin and Hast- 
ings. 

Wickham Mrs. A., 99 Larned. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



87 



Jo T. SMITH, 



DEAI.ER IN 





J. T. SMITH, 

181 JEFFERSON AVENUE, 

DETROIT, MICH 
WHOIiESALE AND RETAlt. 

A Choice and Fashionable Stock always on hand. 



Wilkes A., cor. Beaubien and Lafay 

ette. 
Willinger Wnu, Hastings. 
Wilmer 11., 172 Lafayette. 
Wing F. M., 79 Congress. 
Wing A. A., cor. Beaubien and 

Lamed. 
WoodhuU J. C,H., cor. Adams ave. 

and Kandolph. 
Wright R. C, 37 Michigan ave. 
Yoost P., 99 Grand River. 
Zeagis F., 506 Gratiot. 

Grocers-Wholesale. 

Drury E. A., 150 Woodward ave. 

Feild Moses W., 13 Woodward ave. 

Garrison & Dickonson, cor. Shelby 
and Jefferson ave. 

Moore, Foote & Co., foot of Cass. 

Parker T. A., 75 Woodward ave. 

Parsons & Johnson, 21 Woodward 
ave. 

Peck Wm., 24 Woodbridge. 

Phelps W. & Co., 98 Jefferson ave. 

STOKES F. A., COR. JEFFER- 
SON AVE. & AVAYNE. (See 
card, p. 100.) 



Wheaton & Peck, 14 Woodward 
ave. 

Wholesale and Retail Grocers. 

Campbell & Calnon, 50 & 52 Michi- 
gan ave. 

Dermont Robert, cor. Grand River 
and Woodward ave. 

Fitzsimons C. & Co., 9 Woodward 
ave. 

Hennes & Huber, cor. Macomb and 
Antoine. 

McMillan G. & R., 100 Woodward 

MEHLIXG JOHN Y., WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEALER 
IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS 
WHINES AND LIQUORS. 13 
NORTH SIDE MICHIGAN 
AVE. 

3Iiller <fe Judd; 175 Woodward ave. 

WRIGHT II. H. & R. F., GRO- 
CERIES, WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL, COR. i^lONROE AND 
MICHIGAN AVE. 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



FREDERICK BSSOLD, 

PAPER BOX FACT 



. 37 WOODWARD 
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 



.All kinds of Paper Boxes for Stores made to order. Particular atten- 
tion paid to Fancy, Cake and Bandboxes. 



Guns and Pistols. 

Purmurn Q. ^Y., 465 Gratiot. 
Tobin Wm., 13 Congress. 
Wingert Wm., 108 Woodward ave. 

Gunpowder, Fire-Works, &c. ; 

AUSTIN A. C, WHOLESALE 
DEALEIl IN GUN POWDER, 
YANKEE NOTIONS, FIRE- 
WORKS, SAFETY FUSE, 
SHOT, LEAD, GUN CAPS. 
FISHING TACKLE, CUTLERY 
STATIONERY, WHIPS AND 
WOODEN WARE, 40 WOOD- 
WARD AVE. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Bulil&.Ducharme, 17 & 19 Wood- 
ward ave. 

BUSH CHARLES, DEALER IN 
HARDWARE, HOUSE-HEEP- 
ING ARTICLES, MECHANICS' 
TOOLS, STOVES, GRATES, 
DRAIN TILE, TIN AND JA- 
PANNED WARE, &c., (fee, 201 
JEFFERSON AVE. 

•James J., & Son, 100 W^oodward ave. 

Noyes B. E. & W. R., 86 Woodward 
ave. 

Noyes T. J., 81 Woodward ave. 

Rohns & Limback, 14 Monroe ave. 

STRUBEL C. D. [See card p. 89.] 
Harness Makers and Saddlers. 

Amberg A., 398 Gratiot. 

BROW^N CULLEN, SADLER, 
HARNESS AND TRUNK MA- 
KER, 203 JEFFERSON AVE. 

[See card page 98.] 
Cassman P., 22 Michigan ave. 
Dobb & Sabine, 65 Grand River. 
Duncan Henry, 165 Jeflferson ave. 



Dunnebake Joseph, 65 Gratiot. 
Gafler Loring, 424 Gratiot. 
Henning Wm., 478 Gratiot. 
Lanson J., 353 Michigan ave. 
Marsh H., Grand River. 
Pearce Henry, 309 Woodward ave. 
Rogers Thos., 97 Grand River. 
Rumney W. Y., 100 Woodward ave. 
Sabin John C, 3 Michigan ave. 
Shain Daniel, 92 Michigan ave. 
Tebo S., 298 Franklin. 

Harness & Carriage Trimmings. 

Hayden & Baldwin, 81 Woodward 
ave. 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

ARMSTRONG T. H., HATS, CAPS 
AND FURS, WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL, 176 JEFFERSON 
AVE. [See card p. 96.] 

Barri John P., 71 Monroe ave. 

Buhl F. & Co., 148 Jefferson ave. 

FULLER S. A. & CO., JOBBERS, 
HATS, CAPS AND FURS, 182 
JEFFERSON AVE. 

Hodgkins J. W., 123 Woodward ave 

Levi D., 186 Gratiot. 

SMITH J. T., 184 JEFFERSON 
AVE. [See card p. 87.] 

Winter G., 202 Jefferson ave. 

Hide and Leather Dealers. 

Croul B., cor. Bates and Woodward. 

CURTIS GEO. E., LEATHER & 
SHOE FINDINGS, AT WHOLE- 
SALE, 215 JEFFERSON AVE. 

Hail H. & Co., 11 and T3 Wood- 
bridge. 

KIRBY GEO., MANUFACTURER 
AND DEALER IN LEATHER, 
HIDES, OIL SHOE TRIM- 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



89 




C. D. STRUBEL, 

Drahv in 
And Manufacturer of 

Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware 

All kinds <if Cuckiiifc, J'arlor, Oflico and 
llvx Stoves, t'uiiioiitor and Joiner's Tools, 
Nails, Screws, Locks, Ac, Bathing Tubs, Ice 
Boxes, &c.. Garden Implements. 

No. 2(>T Jefll'ison Avenue, 
DETROIT, MICH. 

The Hotspur large oven air-tight 
Cooking Stove, for wood or coal, 
exclusively sold. 



MINGS, TANNER'S AND CUR- 
RTER'S TOOLS, <fec. CASH 
PAID ROR HIDES, 33 WOOD- 
WARD AYE. 

Kremer F., 144 Woodward avc. 

Ladue J. T , 1 Michigan ave. 

Parker G. H. & Co., cor. Rivard and 
Porter and 10 State. 

SANGER C. M., DEALER IN 
LEATHER, HIDES, OIL SHOE 
FINDINGS, &c. CASH PAID 
FOR HIDES AND SKINS, 28 
MONROE AVE. 
Homeopathic Pharmacy. 

LODGE EI). A., HOMEOPATH- 
IC PHARMACY, 121 WOOD- 
WARD AVE. [See card p. 91.] 

Hotels and Hotel Proprietors. 

ACKERMAN B. P., ACKER- 
MAN'S HOTEL, OPP. D. & M. 
R. R. DEPOT. 

Andrews II. R., Campus Martius 
Square. , 

Blindburg J., cor. Michigan and 
Washington ave's. 

Burgett J. T., 8 Congress. 

Button Wm., cor. Grand and Gris- 
wold. 

City Hotel, II. L. Reeves, 7 Lafay- 
ette. 

Crodby C. L., cor. Grand River and 
Jones. 

Darwin R. M., cor. Griswold and 
Atwater. 

Eisenlord Wm., cor. Grand River 
and 3Iacomb. 

FINNEYS HOTEL, JAMES PAR- 
SHALL, PROPRIETOR. 160 
WOODWARD AVE. [See card, 
p. 78.] 



Flemminir Robert, 81 Jefferson ave. 
Garrett Eliza, 219 Grand River 
Garrison & Gilman, 65, 67, 69, 71, 

Jefferson ave. 
Hack M., 159 Larned. 
Ilarvie James, cor. Randolph and 

Atwater. 
Ilassraan J., 254 Woodbridge. 
Hill N., cor. Atwater and Beaubien. 
Kerns J., Cass. 
Ledbeater A., cor. Woodbridge and 

Third. 
McDonald James, 78 Woodbridge. 
3IackeyM. J., cor. Atwater and Beau 

bien. i 

Michigan Exchange Hotel, 110 Jef- 
ferson ave. 
■Murrin P., cor. Bates and Atwater. 
Nester 31., 58 Front. 
PARSHALL JAMES, FINNEYS 

HOTEL, 16 WOODWARD 
AVE. [See card, p. 78.] 
Patchett Wm., cor. Seventh and 

Fort. 
Payne Joseph, 264 Woodward ave. 
Reeves H. L., 7 Lafayette. 
Russell House, Junction Woodward 

ave, Michigan avc. and Campus 

jNIartius. 
Senihder J., cor. Atwater and Or- 

TIBBITTS J. R., PROPRIETOR 
OF FRANKLIN HOUSE, COR. 
BATES AND LARNED. 

Indian Agency. 
Leach D. C, 85 Woodward ave. 

Indian Rubber Goods. 
Woodruff C. P. & Co., 73 Wood- 
ward avc. 



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ilM HUTCHINS <Ss CO., 

FOOT OF GRISWOLD STREET, 






DEAI.ERS IN 

GRJllML0UR,6[Er, PORK, FiSH.DRIlD FRUITS, 

AW» OTMER PROnSIOSfS. AILS©, 

WATER LIME, PLASTER, COAL, SALT, 

AND LAKE SUPERIOR PIG IRON. 



River St. Clair, Lake Shore and Saginaw Line Steamers. 

First Class Line Lake Superior Low Pressure Side Wheel 

Steamers. 



Steamers leave our Dock every morning, (Sundays excepted,) for Port 
Huron, Lexington and intermediate ports, and twice each week for 
Saginaw, Lake Shore ports and Lake Superior. 

Persons Laving Freight to ship to any of the al$t)ve ports, will save 
time and money by consigning it to our Warehouse, 

FOOT OF GRISWOLD STREET, 

JOHN HUTCHINS & CO. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



91 



DETROIT 




PHARMACY 



EDWIN A. LODGE, M. D., 

(FISHEKS BLOCK,) 



Address, DR. LODGE, Drawer 3S0, Post Office, Detroit, 3Iicli. 



At this Establishment, all the Books, 3Iedicines, &c., required by the 
practice, are sold, for cash, at more favorable rates than the same quality 
of goods can be obtained elsewhere. 

Remittances under $5 can be sent by mail, in registered letters, at my risk. 
Over $.") send by draft or check, or the invoice will be given to Express Agent 
to collect on delivery of goods. On orders exceeding $10, the freight will be 
paid by Dr. Dodge to any Express Agency in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illi- 
nois, Wisconsin, or Canada. Over $25, in addition, a discount of 5 per cent, 
will be allowed. Goods forwarded the same day the order is received. 

J8@^ Complete price lists sent to any address, postage free. 



Insurance Agents. 

BAKSE W. H. & SON, INSUR- 
ANCE AND COLLECTING 
AGENCY, NOTARY PUBLIC 
AND PROTESTS FOR VES- 
SELS, 6 WOODWARD AVE. 

Crane J., cor. Griswold and Con- 
gress. 

Frost M. S., 70 Griswold. 

Hebbard C. B., 70 Griswold. 

Hoffman Geo. W., 3 Merrill Block. 

Munson H. C, 34 Griswold. 

Palmer J., cor. Woodward and Jef- 
ferson aves. 

Phillips James W., 66 Jefferson ave. 

Strong J. W., 34 Griswold. 

Swinscoe & Co., 75 Griswold. 

Vernor B., 45 Griswold. 

Worcester I., 44 Griswold. 

Intelligence offices- 

Denton C. II., 260 Jefferson ave. 

DODDS WM., PEOPLES INTEL- 
LIGENCE AND SUPPING OF- 
FICE, COR. WOODBRIDGE & 
BATES. 



Dobbs Wm., 206 Jefferson aye. 

Griswold A. E., 33 Griswold. 

Mattison E. D., 135 Woodward ave. 
Jewelers, 

Allison J. H., 118 Woodward ave. 

Baehlins G. & M., 213 Jefferson ave. 

Crounch J., 179 Michigan ave. 

Doty Geo., 218 Jefferson ave. 

Dunks C. H., 157 Jefferson ave. 

Fischer P. & W., 209 Jefferson ave. 

Greshbeck Fred., 72 Jefferson ave. 

Hall Wm., 137 Jefferson ave. 

Harris J., 191 Jefferson ave. 

Moller E. G., 137 Woodward ave. 

^lorrison & Conklin, cor. Jefferson 
and Woodward aves. 

Pohl A., 226 Jefferson ave. 

ROLSHOVEN F., 204 JEFFER- 
SON AVE. [Sec card p. 02.] 

SMITH M. S., WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALER IN WATCH- 
ES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, 
55 WOODWARD AVE. [See 
card p. 67.] 

Valentine Anton, 2r)6 Jefferson ave. 
Junk Store. 

Smit N. W., 5 Michigan ave. 



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IMaiiTifactTivei* of 




Hair Braiding and Mounted to order. Diamonds set in the newest style. 
Every variety of Jewelry made and repaired to order. Silver Plating, Gal- 
vanizing and Fine Gilding, promptly executed on short notice. 

A rich assortment of Jewelry, Gold and Silver Watches, always on hand. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Fecht Eugene, 7 Larned. 

Kuhn Joseph, cor. Griswold and 

Congress. 
LANEM. T., JUSTICE OF THE 

PEACE, 11 LARNED. 
Purdy Stephen P., 9 Larned. 
Spencer Grarry, 8 Larned. 
Swinscoe H. H., 72 Griswold. 

Last and Peg Factory. 

CURTIS GEO. E., MANUFACTU- 
RER OF LASTS, BOOT AND 
SHOE, TREES, CRIMPS AND 
CLAMPS, 56 & 58 FORT. 

Lime and Stone Yards. 

Hart W. W., 288 Atwater. 
Lewis & Co., Atwater.J 

Livery and Sale Stables. 
Burrell A. & Co., 24 Michigan ave. 
Green B., 196 Grand River. 
Howe G. W., 26 Larned West. 
Long J. B., 55 Jefferson ave. 



McGregory W. G., 46 Larned. 
Moross C, 52 Monroe ave. 
O'Connor D., 51 Jeflferson ave. 
Smolk A. & Son., Farmer. 
Thompson B., 37 Woodbridge. 
Wight A., 46 Michigan ave. 
Williams JE., 74 Larned West. 

Loan Office. 
Clapp H., 47 Griswold office. 

Locksmith. 
Hansing Henry, cor. Randolph and 
Larned. 

Looking Glass & Picture Frames. 
Atkinson & Co., 92 Woodward ave. 
Bond Wm., Masonic Hall, Jefferson 

ave. 
Elder Adam, 155 Jefferson ave. 

Lumber Yards, 
Benson H. E.,427 Atwater. 
BYRAM CHAS. & CO., LUMBER 

DEALERS 237 ATWATER. 
Doty Henry, agent, office foot of 

Eleventh. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



93 



J. W. KEITH. 



D. CARTER. 



KEITH & CARTER, 



Also, Agents and Consignees for 



CONSISTING OF THE 



STEAMERS OCEAN & MAY QUEEN, 

Warehouse, foot of Shelby Street, 



8^"The Detroit and Cleveland Line connects at Cleveland with the Cleve- 
land cfc Pittsburg, Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati, Cleveland & Erie, and 
Cleveland & Mahoning Eailroads. 

TTREIGHTS 

Contracted from Detroit to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, 
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Ac, &c. 

Infbi-mation px'omptly given on application. 



Kibbee H. C, 73 Griswold. 
MoflFatt H., Atwater. 
Reeves & Co., River Road. 
Warriner Wm. E., 113 Jefferson ave. 

Malt Houses. 

HAWLEY R., BARLEY, MALT 
AND HOPS, COR. BATES AND 
WOODBRTDGE. [Seecardp.G-4.] 

Phelps Wm., 29 Bates. 

Marble Works. 

Peters S. E., 13 Conp:ress. 

PETERS W. E., DETROIT CITY 
MARBLE WORKS, MICHI- 
GAN AVE. 1 DOOR WEST 
AVOODWARD AVE. 

Shultheis Wm., cor. Bates and Mich- 
igan ave. 

Wanbccq & Mussche, 171 and 173 
Gratiot. 

Marine Inspector. 
Wolverton G. AV., 31 Griswold. 

Match Factories. 
Kuchner A., 54 High. 



RICHARDSON D. M., MANU- 
FACTURER AND WHOLE- 
SALE DEALER IN MATCH- 
ES, 371 WOODBRIDGE. (See 
card page 73.) 

Mathematical Instruments. 
Grant & Crosman, 21-i Jefferson ave. 

Meat Markets. 

Barlege A., cor. Franklin and Hast- 
ings. 

Binder Wm., 74 Thompson. 

Broag <fe Gerber, 5 Michigan ave. 

Conker John, 2S0 Jefferson ave. 

Dixon R., cor. Brush and Clinton. 

Donahue John, Michigan ave., bet. 
Second and Third. 

Downey John, 304 Michigan ave. 

Francha John, cor. Fort and Hast- 
ings. 

Glaser Henry, 1 Abbott. 

Hammond G. H., 117 Third. 

Hanninian J. B., cor. Beaubien and 
Fort. 

Hartmeyer L., 66 Monroe ave. 



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-0-- 




PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF THE 




UN 



I 



DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, 

ARE PREPARED TO EXECUTE 

CARD <fe JOB PRINTING 

IN EVERY STYLE OF THE ART. 



Done on New Type, Steam Presses, and by careful and experienced Workmen. 
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 

¥mm mm pmmim 

OF ALL SIZES AND STYLES. 

Business Cards, printed on Gordon's celebrated " Fire Fly Card Press," which 

Prints, Cuts and Counts 10,000 Cards per hour, enabling us to furnish 

Cards at Lower Prices, and on Shorter Notice, than any 

other Printing Establishment in the State. 

BLEOTROTYPIISrG, 

On Short Notice, and Reasonable Terms. 
1 « » » ■ 

Always in advance— DAILY TKIBUNE, Morning or Evening edition, by mail, per annum.. ..86 00 

To city subscribers, per week 12J^ 

TRI-WEEKLY TRIBUIilE, to mail subscribers, per annum 3 00 

Four copies W GO 

WEEKLY TRIBUNE— a paper larger than the N. Y. Tribune— to single mail subscribers, 

per annum 1 50 

To clubs of ton, by mail 12 50 

To clubs of twenty, by mail 20 00 

< • • » ► 

OFFICE— THIBXJIVE BXJIIL.X>I]VG!^S : 

Nos. 52 & 54 SHELBY STREET, 
Near the Michigan Exchange, DETROIT, MICH. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



95 



ALEX. W. BUEL. I.. S. TROWBRIDGE. 

BUEL & TROWBRIDGE, 

Ofl&ee, 2 & 3 Seitz's Building, No. 73 Gris- 
wold Street, next to P, 0,, 

DETROIT, MICH. 



Hasselbach P. & Bro., 81 Congress. 

Hilderschirt J. & P.. 200 Fort. 

Rauss J. B., lis Randolph. 

Richenbacli Geo., cor. Macomb and 
Hastings. 

Robinson Wm., 58 Grand River. 

Schaffer Jacob, cor. Eighth and Ba- 
ker. 

Scheels H., 609 Jefferson ave. 

Stanton G., 425 Jefferson ave. 

Venn Thos. & Co., 273 Jefferson 
ave. 

Mercantile Agencies. 

Dunn K. G. & Co., 159 Jefferson 
ave. 

MERCANTILE AGENCY, JAMES 
MOORE, AGENT; 159 JEF- 
FERSON AVE. 

Mercantile College. 

Bryant, Stratton & Co., Merrill's 
block. 

Merchants Dispatch. 

J Chittendon, Agent, lOG Jefferson 
ave. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Craven D., 182 Jefferson ave. 

Carver D., 132 Jefferson ave. 

Dunlap Wm. H., 15 Griswold. 

Fetch E. D., 114 Jefferson ave. 

Glover & Shaw, 15G Jefferson ave. 

Henderson & Satchell, 217 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Herbst Wm., 202 Gratiot. 

Hodgkin J. W., 123 Woodward ave. 

McTerney P., 207 Jefferson ave.. 

Menzies J., 127 Jefferson ave. 

Mullane D., cor. Jefferson ave and 
Second. 

O'Brien T. B., 90 Grand River. 



A.. OOUSE, 

Wliok'salo and Eetiiil Dealer in 

Piano Fortes, Musical Instru- 
ments, Sheet Music, 

And all kinds of Fancy Goods, 

13T Jefiersou Street, 

Detroit, Mich. 



Ryan Charles, 11 Jefferson ave. 
Sharan Henry 245 Jefferson ave. 
Stevenson J., 145 Jefferson ave. 
Wilson J., 12 Congress. 

Milk Depot. 

GOLDSMITH Mrs., M. MILK DE- 
POT, 81 LARNED, EAST. 

Miller. 
Durlong Geo. G., Clayton Mills. 

Millinery Goods- 
(See also Dry Goods.) 

Macadam Mrs. A., 79 Woodward 
ave. 

Milliners and Dressmakers. 

Buhlcr Anna, 30 Fort. 

Chapel Emeline, 94 Michigan ave. 

Daily Miss A., IG Merrill's block. 

Dobson Mrs. R., 313 ^Michigan ave. 

Faulkaber Ida, 273 Jefferson ave. 

Glendening Mrs., cor. Griswold and 
Fort. 

Hirschman Mrs. Fanny, 125 Wood- 
ward ave. 

Hirschman Mrs. Fanny, 224 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Marx ]Mrs. M., 135 Michigan ave. 

Quackeubush Miss., 202 Jefferson 
ave. 

Snell Mrs. P., 10 Fort. 

Thirkel Mrs., 144 Woodward ave. 

Music and Musical Instruments. 

COUSE A., PIANO FORTES, 
SHEET MUSIC, MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS AND ALL 
KINDS OF FANCY GOODS, 
137 JEFFERSON AVE. (See 
card page 95.) 



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jUm JCI.« A. 



DEALER IN 



HATS I 





, I. 0. 0. F. REGALIA 

AND JEWISLS, 

At Wholesale and. Retail, 

176 Jefferson Avenue, 

DETROIT, MICH. 



STEIN & BUCHHEISTER, MU- 
SIC STORE, SUPERIOR PI- 

- ANO FORTES, ITALIAN, 
FRENCH AND GERMAN 
STRINGS, SHEET MUSIC AND 
INSTRUMENTS OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION, 180 JEFFER- 
SON AVE. 

WHITTEMORE HENRY J., 
DEALER IN PIANO FORTES, 
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSI- 
CAL MERCHANDIZE, 179 
JEFFERSON AVE. MER- 
RILL'S BLOCK. (See card 
page 99.) 

Schonacker H., 18 Lafayette. 

Music, Prof. of. 
Goodall John H., G3 Larned. 

Newspapers and Proprietors- 

BARNS, FRENCH & WAY, PUB- 
LISHERS DAILY TRIBUNE, 
52 & 54 SHELBY. (See card 
page 94.) 

DeHaars & Bererle, Michigan 
States Zeitunc, 273 JeiFerson ave. 

GREEN & DEXTER, TRANS- 
CRIPT AND YOUNG MEN'S 
TEMPERANCE JOURNAL, 



146 WOODWARD AVE. [See 
card page 68.] 

Johnston R. F., Michigan Farmer, 
130 Jefferson ave. 

Kramer & Co., Michigan Democrat, 
208 Jefferson ave. 

MARXHAUSEN A. & C, EDIT- 
ORS MICHIGAN JOURNAL, 
(German) 208 JEFFERSON 
AVE. 

MORLEY F. H., DETROIT DAI- 
LY ADVERTISER, 212 JEF- 
FERSON AVE. 

Patterson G. W., Fireman's Journ- 
al, 146 Woodward ave. 

STORY W. F., DETROIT FREE 
PRESS, COR. GRISWOLD & 
WOODBRIDGE. 

News Depots- 

Freeman L., 249 Jefferson ave, 

Minty R. H., 6 Larned. 

Roys J. A., cor. Larned and Gris- 

wold. 
Tunis W.E., Larned. 

Notaries Public. 
Chaniss Wm., 14 Merrill's block. 
Chase G. N., 50 Griswold. 
Madell A., cor. Jefferson ave. and 
Griswold. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TOWN £ SHEIOEN 



[Successors to Z. Chandler & Co.,] 




OI^ 



STAPLE AND FANCY 





No. 23, 

Woodward Avenue, 



'/.. CHANDLER, Special rurtiur, 
KKUBEN TOWN, 
ALLEN SHELDEN, 



DETROIT, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WM. PHELPS & CO., 

WHOLESALE 




JI^O OEJlEiERS Ijy 



FRUITS, NUTS, FIRE WORKS, 

YiNK[[ NOTIONS, WOOD & WlllOlf WIIR[, [JC, 

No. 98 JEFFERSON AVENUE, 

IVear the Micbigau £xcliange, 



WTLLIAM PHELPS, 
OEREN STAPLES. 



OETiilT, MliH. 



SUGARS. — New Orleans, Porto Rico, Cuba, and Eefined, all kinds. 

IH01.ASSES.— Porto Rico, Cuba, Trinidad, and New Orleans. 

STRUPS. — Honey, Excelsior, Beehive, and other brands. 

COFFEES. — Java, Maircaibo, Mocha, Rio, Laguyra, and Cape. Fresh 
Roasted and Ground Coffees. 

TEAS. — Young Hyson, Imperial, Gun Powder, Oolong, and Breakfast. 

SPICES. — Allspice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Mace, Ginger, Cinamon. 

DRUGS. — Alum, Sulphur, Soda, Cream Tarter, Epsom Salts,Salt Petre, 
Salaratus, Tart. Acid; Indigo, Blueing, Stove Blacking, Cochineal, Essen- 
tial oils. Castor and Sweet Oils, Putty, etc. 

FISO.— Cod Fish, Mackerel, White Fish, Halibut; and Herring. 

FRUITS. — Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Dates, etc., etc. 

mUTS. — Of every kind, the largest assortment and stock in the city. 

WOODEIV 11^ ARE Pails, Tubs, Wash Boards, Measures, Clothes Pins, 

Mop Handles, Brooms, etc. 

CAWDIES. — Of every kind, fresh made, of our own and the best French 
manufacture, always on hand, and all good; at the lowest cash prices. 

FIRE ff ORKS. — Largest stock and variety West of New York, at Manu- 



facturers Prices. 



WM. PHELPS & CO. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



97 



J. W. GILBERT & CC 

MANUFACTURERS OF IMPROVED 

Fire and Water Proof Felt aud Composition 




i 




AND ROOFING MATERIALS. 



ROOFING PAPER & ROOFING CEMENT. 

At Wholesale and Retail. 
Office, 54 Jefferson Avenue, DETROIT, MICII. 



REFERENCES. 

Architerts-Jordan & Anderson, Sheldon Smith, Ksq., John Shaffer, Esq. Bnildcra— Joraes 




Oil Dealers. 

Burtis Arthur, 135 Jefferson ave. 

Detroit Crystal Oil Co., 14-4 AVood- 
ward ave. 

HARDINd & Co., DEALf:RS IN 
ALL KINDS OF OIL, 46 JEF- 
FERSON AVE. 



Optician. 

Black Louis, 198 Jefferson ave. 

Oyster Dealers. 

Carson "Wm., 34 Larned. 

ELLIOTT & DEMING, DEAL- 
ERS IN FRESH KEG, CAN & 
SHELL OYSTERS, IMPORT- 
ERS OF WINES, LIQUORS, 
AND CIGARS, FOREIGN 
FRUITS, SARDINES, SAUCES, 
PICKLES, &c., JEFFERSON 
AVE. 

Spear J. H., agent, 18G Jefferson 
ave. 



near 



Painters and Glaziers. 

Davis C. F., 40 Monroe ave. 

Elliott Wm., Woodbridge 
Bates. 

Godfrey, Dean & Laible, 100 Jeffer 
son ave. 

Haisher Andrevp, 160 Gratiot. 

House Levi, Brush. 

Lehman T. G.,8G Laf\iyette. 

Ottley 0. S., 60 Randolph. 

Rairden & Beard, 77 Michigan ave 

Richter G., Beaubien, bet. Wood- 
ward and Jefferson aves. 

Stow E. C-, 295 Woodward ave. 

Thompson C. H., Larned. 

Truckey T., 40 Jefferson ave. 

Wigmore W., 10 Congress. 

Williams S., 216 Jefferson ave 

Wright Wm 



114 Woodward ave. 



Paper Box Maker. 

BESOLD F., 39 WOODWARD- 
AVE. [See card, p. 88.] 



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Paper Warehouses. 

Cornwell, Barnes & Co , 118 Jef- 

fert^on ave. 
Pease W. H. & Sons, 210 Jefferson 

ave. 

Patent Linament. 

PETER RICHARD, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF PETER'S BLACK 
LINAMENT, 212 JEFFERSOiN 
AVE. 

Patent Planing Machine. 

Johnson H. R. & Co., MVaverly 
Block. 

Pawn Broker. 

Ryan J. S., 189 Jefferson ave. 



Pension Agent. 
Lyon R. M., Lamed. 



Physicians. 

Alden J. M., 105 Woodward ave. 
Allen I. M., 39 Woodward ave 
Barrett C. H., 1G6 Jefferson ave. 
Brown J. A., oor. Woodward and 

John R. 
Brodie Wm., 235 Woodward ave. 
Case C. R., 122 Jefferson ave. 
Clarke T. B., 93 Jefferson ave. 
Clemens J. C, 187 Michigan ave. 
Cranage W. J., cor. Griswold and 

Congress. 



Davenport L., cor. Jefferson and 

Griswold. 
Delos B. C, 203 Jefferson ave. 
Ege Dr. C. N., 39 Woodward ave. 
Ferguson L., 173 Congress. 
Gorton J. C, 104 Antoine 
Hanmer C. H., M. D., 208 Jefferson 

ave. 
Hollywood J. N., 105 AVoodward 

ave. 
Johnson R. D., Macomb near Hast- 
ings. 
Joyte J. A., Randolph. 
Kane E., 256 Woodward ave, 
Kermott J. AV., 183 Woodward ave. 
Klein P., 257 Jefferson ave. 
Knapp & Rose, Fisher's Block, 

Campus Martins. 
Lanian W, W., Canal Building, 

Griswold. 
Lauderdale Dr. E., 65 Woodward 

ave. 
Leniaire L., 114 Bates. 
Oakley J. J- M. D., 128 Jefferson 

ave. 
Peters E., 100 Fort. 
Schroder Dr., 119 Croghan. 
Scovel J. B., 208 Jefferson. 
Sparling Dr., Waverly Block, Jef- 
ferson ave. ' 
White Dr. J. C, 134 Jefferson ave. 



Physicians, Homeopathic. 

Albertson J. A., Woodward ave. 
Day D., Woodward ave., 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



99 



J. HENRY WHITTEMORE, 



PIANO FORTES, MElODEONS, SHEET P/IUSiC 



And eve-ry varie1;^r ,,f Musical 
179 Jeflersun Avemie, Merrill IJlotk, 



l^tTROIT, MICH. 




FU^fl vJ' ^"' ,.^^^'"t^"'^; '^Ji^^t Music, Guitars, Violins. Acoord.ons 

ordor ' Pi • V'" r^'/ r^'"': ''^^'•'"-^- ^^'■''^•'^^ Instruments furni^hodT.S 
Older. Pianos luned and I^epau-ed. Music s.-nt p.r mail. fV... oi postage 

179 Jefferson Avenue, Merrill Block, Detroit, Mich. 



100 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




je:"v^e:lkr, 



No. 226 JefFei'son Avenue, 



BETWEEN BATES AND RANDOLPH STREETS, 



Watclies, Clocks and Jewelry, carefully repaired and Warranted. 

Cut, Polished, and Set in Gold or Silver. 



Drake E. H., 85 'Woodward ave. 

Hastings Chas., 80 West Lafayette. 

Lod<''e A. E., 121 Woodward ave. 

LODGE EDWIN A., PROPRIE- 
TOR HOMEOPATHIC PHAR- 
MACY 121 WOODWARD AVE, 
FISHER'S BLOCK. [See card 
p. 91.] 

Pomeroy T. F., Congress. 

Walker H. T., 28 Grand River. 

Photographic Artists. 

Bardwell J. S., 162 Jefferson ave. 

RAYMOND J. F., PHOTO- 
GRAPHIC AND FINE ART 
GALLERY, PHOTOGRAPHS 
LIFE SIZE COLORED OR 
PLAIN, 205 and 207 JEFFER- 
SON AVE. (Formerly Sutton's.) 



Plasterer. 

Reeves C, cor. Michigan ave. 
Griswold. 



and 



Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 
Bannerman J. & Co., Larned opp- 
Post Office. 



McDonald, 27 Randolph. 

Reilly John, 93 Jefferson ave. 

Ross E. H., .17 Congress. 

Ross James & Co., 38 Woodward 

ave. 
Snell S., 17 Fort. 
White G., 202 Bates. 

Pork Packers.^ 

Bigby J., on the River, 
Parker W., Woodbridge. 

Potter. 
Pfluk J. A., 512 Gratiot. 

Produce Dealers. 
Kilbrrn H. C. & Co., Woodbridge 
near Griswold. 

Provision Dealers. 
Ganson J. & Co., 180 Woodward 

ave. 
Milroy Chas., 230 Woodward ave. 

Publishers. 

BRIGGS LYMAN, ADVERTIS- 
ING AGENT, AGENT FOR 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



101 



New Wholesale Grocery House. 



F. A. STOKES, 



Cor. Jefferson Ave. & Wayne St., 

DETROIT, MICH. 



AMERICAN AND FOREIGN 
PUBLISHERS 70 GRISWOLD 
UP STARS. [See card, p. 71.] 

Brown J., 7 Larned. 

IVES K. T., MANAGING AG'T 
VIRTUE & Co., NEW YORK 
AND LONDON PUBLISHERS, 
COR. WOODWARD AND JEF- 
FERSON AVES. [See card, p. 
GG.] 

VIRTUE & COMPANY, NEW 
YORK AND LONDON PUB- 
LISHING HOUSE, BRANCH 
OFFICE, COR. WOODWARD 
& JEFFERSON AVES. [See card 
p.^GC.] 

Queensware. 
McCormick D., 12 Michigan ave. 

Rag Cutter. 

Naylor M., 58 Jefferson ave. 

Rail Road Agent. 

MORTON J. D, RAILROAD 
AGENT,GENERAL WESTERN 
AGENT NEW YORK CEN- 
TRAL RAILROAD. COR. 
THIRD AND WOODBRIDGE. 

Rail Road Contractor. 
Stewart N. P., 15-4 Jefferson ave. 

Rail Road Superintendents. 

RICER. N., GENHRAL SUPER- 
INTENDENT M. C. R. II. Co., 
OFFICE AT DEPOT. 



MUIR W. K., GENERAL SUPER- 
INTENDENT DETROIT (k 
MILWAl'KEE R. R, OFFICE 
IN DEFOT, AT WATER. 

Real Estate and Land Agents. 

Campau H. F., 124 Jefferson ave. 

Crane F. J. B., IGO Jefferson ave. 

Crane Walter, IGO Jefferson ave. 

Crane & Wieson, cor. Griswold and 
Congress. 

Duncan & Mackay, 189 Jefferson 
ave. 

FROST GEO. S., LAND AGENT 
FOR ST. MARY'S SHIP CA- 
NAL COMPANY. C A N A L 
BUILDING, GRISWOLD. 

Hubburd B., cor. Congress and Gris- 
Wold. 

Johnston John W., IGO Jefferson 
ave. 

Morass A., 185 Jefferson ave. 

Peltier C, 5 Larned. 

Philips J. W., GGi) Jefferson ave. 

Rathbone W. P., IGO Jefferson ave. 

Richmond Chas., old Odd Fellows 
Hall, Woodward ave. 

Smith Ralph C. & Co., cor. Jefferson 
ave and Griswold. 

i Receiver of Public Moneys. 
{Beeson J., 35 Griswold. 

I Recruiting Agent. 

1 

; Thomas Edward, 5 Monroe ave. 

I Register, U. S, 

iHeyerman Chas. F., Michigan Bunk 
! Building, Jefferson ave. 

i Restaurants. 

■Babillion P., 82 Griswold. 

! Brazel Thos. P.. 4 Woodward ave. 

Carson Wni., 34 Lamed. 

Cullard J. B., 257 Jefferson ave. 

Heffron J., cor. Woodward and Jef- 
ferson aves. 
IPottinger H., 01 Jefferson ave. 
|Simp«on John B., 202 Jefferson ave. 

Thomas Alfred, cor. Griswold and 

Lamed. 
IWilmot Wm., 243 Jefferson ave. 



102 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




(Successor to J. C. Warner.) 



i^TES ST 



CORNER OP LARNED STREET, 



Having leased this popular House for a term of j^ears, and 



C^l 



And fitted up the House in good style for the 

\im OF fllE FililER ASD 



3 



I take this method to inform my old friends and the public that I am deter- 
mined to give 

BETTER FARE FOR BOTH MAN & BEAST, 

Tlian can be had for the same jirice in the city. 

With Attentive Hostlers in attendance. 

The location is the most central for business, (but one square from Jeffer- 
son and Woodward Avenues,) and as pleasant as any in the city. 

Thankiul for the liberal and constantly increasing patronage of the past,. 
I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



103 



Roofing. 

GILBERT J. W. & Co., MANU- 
FACTURERS OF IMPROVED 
FIRE AND WATER PROOF 
COMPOSITION GRAVEL 
ROOFS AND ROOFING MA- 
TERIALS. 54 JEFFERSON 
AVE. [See card, p. 97.] 

LADD E. W. & Co., DEALERS IN 
ROOFING, SLATE AND MAR- 
BLE, COR. RANDOLPH AND 
ATWATER. [See card, p. 75.] 

Messenger H. K. & Son., 2 Dsen- 
oyersT31ock, Jefferson ave. 

NEWMAN & CO., MANUFACT- 
URERS OF RUSSELLS PAT- 
ENT MASTIC FIRE AND WA- 
TER PROOF ROOFING, 75 
GRATIOT. [See card p. 10-4.] 

Rubber Goods and Belting. 
Bellows 0., 87 Woodward ave. 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 
(See also Harness makers and Sad- 
dlers.) 

ADAMS PLATT, SADDLE AND 
HARNESS MAKER, 141 
WOODWARD AVE. 

Sail Makers. 
Bloom Jolin, foot of First. 
White T., 4 & 6 Woodward ave. 



Saloons- 

Ackerman J., Larned. 

Adair Thos., 97 Atwater. 

Aderman Jacob, cor. Third and Lar- 
ned. 

Allmang J., 67 Croghan. 

Baker G. W., 322 Gratiot. 

Barringtoa A., Ill Atwater. 

Beardslec C. J., 26 Michigan ave. 

Beller Jacob, 112 & 114 Randolph. 

Blankenham J., cor. Chesnut and 
Orleans. 

Bour Mrs., cor. Croghan and Rus- 
sell. 

BRADFORD CHARLES, SA- 
LOON KEEPER, 157 WOOD- 
WARD AVE. 

Bratt Geo., cor. Rus.«ell and Wood- 
bridge. 



Brown Mrs., Atwater. 

Brown ^\'m., 91 Atwater. 

Bulke P., 1 Jefferson ave. 

Burns D., 74 Lafayette. 

Busch H., cor. Fort and Beaubicn. 

Cagley S., 195 Atwater. 

Cahill J.,131 Michigan ave. 

Cameron A., 167 Atwater. 

Chadwick W.. 58 Michigan ave. 

Christian S., 46 Michigan ave. 

Collins S. B.. 13 Jefferson ave. 

Cook Wm., lUO Atwater. 

Comte v., cor. Maple and Russell. 

Damper G., 101 Bates. 

Davis Wm., 63 Jefferson ave. 

Devill J., Fort. 

Dilliard Joseph, Macomb, nearBeau- 

bien. 
Diltz Chas., 12 Monroe ave. 
Ehrman Wm.,41 Michigan ave. 
Enright Michael, 111 Woodbridge. 

Fallon Hugh, 9 Jefferson ave. 

Finn Thos., 125 Woodbridge. 

Fitzsimons Chas. & Co., 7 Woodward 
ave. 

Flood John, 190 Congress. 

Flynn Thomas, 117 Woodbridge. 

Freeman Albert, Gratiot. 

Freeman B., Atwater. 

Freidsom J., 72 Atwater. 

French John, cor. Fort and Rivard. 

Furlong William, cor. Second and 
Larned. 

Gadway A. C, 3 Monroe ave. 

Gagel P., 25 Fort. 

Ginter W., 107 Larned, West. 

Goellner Gustas, 126 Fort. 

Gore Arthur, Woodward ave.. Ferry 
Landing. 

Gray Martin, cor. Front and Second. 

Hancock A. J., 16 Monroe ave. 

Harday G., Atwater. 

Harman John, 70 Woodbridge. 

Harring F., 607 Jefferson ave. 

Heal R., 56 Michitran ave. 

Heller J., 221 Croghan. 

Hickey M., 181 Atwater. 

Hill Jacob, 7 Atwater. 

Hilsendcgen John, 206 Randolph. 

Horn John, cor. Shelby and Larned. 

Humphrey J., 85 Woodward ave. 

Illing.iworth Alice, 298 Michigan 
ave. 

Jacklin Wm. T., 125 Randolph. 



104 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

5, 



FIRE AND WATER-PROOF 




The Cheapest Eeliable Roofing now in use. It has been used in all large 
cities, East and West, the past six j'ears, and thoroughly tested in Detroit 
for the past three years, on the largest block? and finest dwellings, by some 
of the best mechanics and most reliable business men in the city. 

It is applicable to Steep and Flat Roofs, can be put on over Tin and 
Shingle, without removing the same. 

Old Tin Roofs and Gutters made as good as new, at a very small expense. 

All orders promptly attended to in the City or State, addressed to 

NEWMAN & CO., DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

Or by calling at our Office, corner of Jefferson and Woodward Avenues, 
over the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank. 

All work warranted. We will sell the right to any City in the State, except 
Detroit and Jackson. 



I>eti'oit References : 



Messrs. Jas. Shearer & Bro., Builders. 

Mr. C. Merrill's Block, cor. Woodward 
and Jefferson Avenues. 

Mr. P. Desnoyers' Block, Jefferson Ave 

Mr. H. P. Baldwin's house, Woodward 
Avenue. 

S. Folsom's house, Washington 
Avenue. 

J. C. D. Williams, 2 blocks. Wood- 
ward and Monroe Avenues. 



Mr. 
Mr. 



Mr. J. Copland's Store, cor. Woodward 
Avenue and Congress Street. 

Mr. K. C. Barker, house on Fort St. 

Mr. T. W. Palmer, house on Jefferson 
Avenue. 

Mr. Cleveland Hunt, house on Con- 
gress Street. 

Mr. G. W. Bissell, house on Lafayette 
Street. 

Mr. A. C. McGraw, two stores, Wood- 
ward Avenue. 



l^Xil-waukee Uefferences : 



Round House for M. & H. Geo. B Bingham, Builder. 
E. R. G. Southwell, Jr., Builder. 

Badger Iron Works. J. O'Brien, Builder. 

For Horace Belden. jMartin Schreiner, Builder. 

A. Wise, over tin. C. D. Nash, Esq. 

J. C. Smith, over shingles.JA. C. May, Esq. 
R. C. Jacks, Builder. N. S. Donaldson. 



Myers & Co.'s Brewery. 
C. Adams & Co. 
S. & W. Lumsdens. 
John E.sch. 
W. Haywood. 
A. McCormick. 

And many more. 



Oliioag'o liefereixces : 



I. H. Burch, Esq. 
Sturges, Buckingham & Co 
F. Tuttle, Esq. 
Matthew Laflin, Esq. 
Peter Page, Esq. 
Laflins, Smith & Boies. 



M. O. Walker, Esq. 
Brown & Wilder. 
Carter & Bauer. 
E. Burling, Esq. 
G. M.- Hawks, Esq. 



0. S. Hough, Esq. 
Gage & Haines. 
Charles Walker, Esq. 
Watson Matthews, Esq. 
Hiram Joy, Esq. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



105 



Johnson E., Woodward ave., Ferry 

Landinj;. 
Johnson H. S., 56 Jcfifcrscn ave. 
Kearn John, 37 Jcflferson ave. 
Kelley J., cor. Michigan ave. and 

Seventh. 
Kies J. G.; cor. Macomb and Hast- 
ings. 
King C. S., Beaubien. 
Ladeaux J., Atwater. 
Lang II., 49 Jefferson ave. 
Langnon G., cor. Thompson and 

Lafayette. 
Lee J., cor. Atwater and Brush. 
Leonet C, cor. Lafayette and Rivard. 
Lingiuians C, 463 Gratiot. 
McCan, 44 Michigan ave. 
McCormick T., 05 Atwater. 
McDonough, 312 Larned. 
McKenzie D., 295 Franklin. 
Mabley C.,317 Gratiot. 
Mack \Mrs. L., 89 Jefferson ave. 
Mararty T., 67 Atwater. 
Mathews B., 17 Michigan ave. 
Mauch B., 43 Michigan ave. 
Moran P., 115 Grand River. 
Morrissey Wm., 60 Jefferson ave. 
Nash Charles, cor. Beaubien and 

Larned. 
Nolan E., cor. Cass and Woodbridge- 
O'Brien J. S., Third. 
O'Connor L., 14 Woodbridge. 
O'Donnell P., 110 Woodbridge. 
Ogannaur C, cor. Larned and 

Brush. 
O'Keefe J., 170 Woodbridge. 
Pallad J.. 330 Michigan ave. 
Phelps R. F., 17 (Jriswold. 
Potter J. C, 153 Woodward ave. 
Poners Wra. R., 5 Jefferson ave. 
Pramstaller L.,408 Gratiot. 
Prescott Francis, 226 Gratiot. 
Puffer L., cor. Cass and Larued. 
Pulford John, 87 Atwater, 
Ready Jerry, 24 Michigan ave. 
Reath Tnoinas, 8 Woodward ave. 
Reeves H. J., 279 Jefferson ave. 
Ricketts S., 22 First. 
Rishter L., Baubien, bet. Woodward 

and Jefferson ave's. 
Riley M., 6 Brush. 
River Joseph, Clinton, near Russell. 
Roberts C. H 57 Jefferson ave. 
Robinson James, 15 Michigan ave. 



'Ruoff Charles, 117 Grlswold. 
I Ryley Thomas, 77 Woodbridge. 
'Saniner Wm., 235 Jefferson ave. 

8ayer John, cor. High and Riopelle. 

Schlieck M., 279 Gratiot. 
, Scherez C, cor. Croghan and Rail 
Road. 

Schoppe IL, cor. Croghan and Riv- 
ard. 

Seabrook & Hall, cor. Beaubien and 
Woodbridge. 

.Shannon Joseph, 159 Woodbridge. 

.Silverman J., 222 Jefferson ave. 

Smith C, 42 Michigan ave. 

Smith Edward, 8 Michigan ave. 

Stewart Wm., 33 Jefferson ave. 

StilwellS. H., cor. Antoine and At- 
water. 

Stock J., cor. Hastings and Colum- 
bia. 

Story Alf., 237 Jefferson ave. 

Strasbury H., cor. Beaubien and 
Woodbridge. 

Strengson C, cor. Lafayette and An- 
toine. 

Vanbeauren Mrs. Ann, cor. Cass 
and Larned. 

Qanlerhide H., 133 Gratiot. 

Wallace S., 113 Woodbridge. 

Warner M. W., cor. Woodbridge 
and Third. 

Warran Mrs., Phoebe, 128 Larned. 

Watson A., Lafayette. 

White J., 155 Woodbridge. 

Williamson R., Macomb. 

Willard J., 22 Clinton. 

Wilson J., 158 Gratiot. 

Wirfs M., Gratiot. 

Wolff B., 450 Gratiot. 

Zise Nicholas, 65 Monroe ave. 

Sash, Blind and Door Makers. 

Ingersoll J. W., 68 Fort. 

Morhous & Dewey, 132 Woodbridge. 

Turner Robert G., 9 Grand River. 

Saw Manufacturer. 

MELLUS C. & P., SAW MANU- 
FACTURERS, 60 FORT. 

Saw Mill— Steam. 
Brooks & Adams, 361 Woodbridge. 



106 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 









G-INS, &:C. 

3Maiiii.factixi'er of 

Copper Distilled & Rye Whisky, 

PURE SPIRITS, ALCOHOL. 



DOMESTIC LIQUORS &, VINEGAR, 

No. 22 Woodbridge Street, 

Three doors west of Griswold St., two doors from Free Press Office, 

IN THE NEW^ BLOCIi, 

Eear of Mich. Insurance Bank, 



i>e:ti^oit, 3i:ioh[. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



107 



Scales and Safes. 

Jonks Cyrus & Co., 113 Jefferson 

ave. 
Woolley S. R., cor. Jefferson ave. 

and (Iriswold. 

Second-Hand Clothing. 
Dorscy V., 47 Fort. 

Sewing Machines and Agents. 

BRAM ANS SEWING M A- 
CIIINES. \Vm. D. MANN & 
CO., AGENTS; OFFICE No. 4, 
MERRILL BLOCK. [See card 
in i'ront of book.] 

Gates J. W., 198 Jefferson ave. 

Graham C. W., 58 Woodward ave. 

Hittel Samuel, l.o5 Jefferson ave. 

Ludlow F. W., Fishers Block, Cam- 
pus Martius. 

Patridge 0. M., Merrill block. 

Singer I. M. & Co., 58 Woodward 
ave. 

Shingle Machine. 
DAY AUGUSTUS. PATENTEE 
AND AGENT FOR DAYS 
SHINGLE MACHINE, 278 AT- 
WATER. [See card p. 74.] 

Ship Builders. 

McDonald Stewart, Atwater. 
STUPINSKI JOHN, SHIP 

BUILDER, SPAR AND BOAT 

MAKER, ATWATER, OPP. 

BARCLAY'S FOUNDRY. [See 

card page 72.] 

Shipping Merchants. 

Fowler <fe Esseleyn, foot of Wood- 
ward ave. 

Ml rick E. G., foot of Woodward ave. 

SCOTT J. B., SHIP MERCHANT 
AND SHIP BROKER. ATWAT- 
ER, BET. RANDOLPH AND 
BATES. [See card page 77.] 

Shirt Makers. 

Barrett D. T., cor. Jefferson ave. 

and Shelby. 
CHANDLER <fe BROTHER, 

WHOLESALE MANUFACTU- 



RERS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS 
AND STITCHED BOSOMS, 53 
WOODWARD AVE. 

Show Case Maker. 
Brown Geo., 27 Jefferson ave. 

Soap and Candle Factories. 
Detroit Soap Co., Michigan ave. 
Finehart & Tax, 22 Antoine. 
Metzner & Co., cor. Grand Biver 

and Second. 
Ruehle John Y., 77 Gratiot. 
Shulte & Bros., 186 Franklin. 
Tomlinson & Graves, 32 Atwater. 



Steamboat 
Brady S. P. & Co., 



Offices. 

foot of Wood- 
ward ave. 

CAMPBELL W. P., STEAMBOAT 
OWNER. OFFICE 6 WOOD- 
WARD AVE. 

Ward E. B., 10 Woodward ave. 

Steam Engine Builders. 

(See also Founders and Machinists.) 

JACKSON & WILEY, STEAM 
ENGINE BUILDERS AND 
BRASS FOUNDERS, COR. 
FIFTH AND WOODBRIDGE. 
[See card inside front cover.] 

Steam Forge. 

Detroit Steam Forge, near Marine 
Hospital. 

Stencil Cutters. 

Eberts H. F., cor. Jefferson ave. and 

Griswold. 
Lillibridge G. R., 28 Larned. 
Monroe R. B., 53 Griswold. 

Stone Yards. 

Buhner & Vasey, Atwater. 
HoUoway & Co., foot of Shelby. 
Louis Conrad, Atwater. 
Wanberg A., Atwater. 

Stoves and Tinware- 
Crimmins John, 52 Jefferson ave. 
Dudley Geo. E., 117 Jefferson ave. 



108 LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



1881-2. 1861-2. 



CENTRAL Hj^ 



^ 



^ -?^^> ^<^ 




The ^iclc ^Vlieel Steamers, 



Form a daily Evening L,ine between 



IT 



i. 



One of the above Steamers leave Cleveland and Detroit every evening, 

(Sundays excepted,) at 8 o'clock, connecting at 

Cleveland with Lake Shore R. R., 

For Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo and Newl ork City. 

Cleveland & Pittsburgh R. R., 

For Pittsburgh, Wheeling, Harrisburgh, Philadelphia, 
Baltimore, Washington and New York City. 

Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati R. R., 

For Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville & points on Oliio River 

Cleveland & Mahoning R. R., 
For "Yoixng-sto^vix and IVe>vcastlo. 

Connecting at Detroit with Michigan Central R. R., 

For Jackson, Kalamazoo, Niles, Michigan City, Chicago, 
and all points West. 

Detroit Ik, Milwaukee Railway, 

For Grand Rapids, Lansing, Milwauliee k all points Northwest. 

With the Great Western Railway and Grand Trunk Railway. 

Also, with Lines of Steamers for River St. Clair, SaginaAv and 

Lake Superior. 
fi^-Through Tickets to be had at all Principal R. R. Offices.°^a 
''reights contracted through to all points by the Agents. ■'^©a 

L. A. PIERCE, Genl Ag't, 

River Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

KEITH & CARTER, Gen'l Ag'ts, 

Foot of Shelby Street, Detroit, Mich. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



109 



Gill James & Co., 155 Woodward 
ave. 

GubbyClias., 100 Woodbridge. 

Holines J., 177 Jefferson ave. 

McBrairty <fe Crimmins, cor. Wood- 
ward and Michigan aves. 

Porter A. T., Jefferson ave. 

ToepclJ., 72 Gratiot. 

Surveyor. 
Munroe J. F., 120 Griswold. 

Tailors. 

Baier F., 51 Monroe ave. 

Common George, 33 Lamed. 

Donaldson J.. 242 Jefferson ave. 

Fitzgibbon M., 07 Grand River. 

Henderson Wm. & Co., 217 Jeffer- 
son ave. 

Holstein J., 91 Fort. 

Lappan & Cruise, 247 Jefferson ave. 

Maier M., Randolph. 

Maltz G. C, cor. Third and Porter. 

Miner E., 279 Jefferson ave. 

Myers J. M., 71 Fort. 

Rasch & Bernart, 295 Jefferson ave. 

Schoop H., Gratiot, Monroe ave., 
cor. Campus Martius. 

Shait Henry, 49 Jefferson ave. 

Stickel & Henkel, 192 Woodward 
ave. 

Tobin J., 282 Franklin. 

Tanners. 

Eldred F. E,, 1 Michigan ave. 

KARKER J. & BROTHER, TAN- 
NERS AND DEALERS IN 
LEATHER, HIDES, OIL AND 
SHOE FINDINGS OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION. CASH PAID 
FOR HIDES AND SKINS. Cor. 
MONROE AVE. AND FARM- 
ER. 

Ladue A., cor. Atwater and Rivard. 

Smith S., 58 Croghan. 

Turner P. G., 14 Congress. 

AVansel A., 22 Monroe ave. 

Wenzell A., Jones. 

Tea Dealers. 

Reedzlcr J., 101 Woodward ave. 
HARTER L. F. & CO., WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEAL- 1 



ERS IN TEAS, SPICES, &c. 
59 WOODWARD AVE. [See 
card page 8G.] 

Telegraph OfQee. 

Western Union Telegraph Company, 
Bagg's Building, Jefferson ave. 

Theater. 
METROPOLITAN THEATER 
E. T. SHEHLOCK, LESSEPJ 
AND MANAGER, JEFFERSON 
AVE. [See card p. G3.] 

Ticket Agents. 
Frazer Thomas, at Depot. 
Morton B. F., cor. Third and Wood- 
bridge. 
Palm A., D. & M. R. R. Depot. 

Tinsmiths. 
(See also Stoves and Tinware.) 

Algerdon C, cor. Croghan & Broad. 

Browney S. C, 177 Woodward ave. 

Dederieeh J., 79 Croghan. 

Fransveller A., cor. Jefferson ave. 
Riopelle. 

Gill James & Co., 155 Woodward 
ave. 

Hawkins & Kennedy, 49 Michigan 
ave. 

Hodgetts John, 75 Congress. 

Labrosse B., 73 Fort. 

McCarran Neil, 188 Woodward ave. 

Mihalovitch & Co., 53 Michigan 
ave. 

Motz F., 157 Grand River. 

Sales Wm., 5 and 7 Michigan ave. 

Staiger F., 281 Woodward ave. 

STRUBEL C. D., TINSMITH, 
DEALER IN STOVES, HARD- 
WARE, &c., 267 JEFFERSON 
AVE. [See card p. 89.] 

Tefft W. H., 44 Woodward ave. 

Westaway J., 23 Michigan ave. 

Wilkie D., 205 Gratiot. 

Tobacconists. 

Baglcy John P., 24 Woodward ave. 
Harker K. C. & Co., 60 Jefferson ave. 
Fink J., cor. of Rail Road. 
Grueiiwald H. & Co., 75 Griswald. 
llanna & Co., 112 Woodward ave. 



no 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Maxfield & Oook, 2 Atwater. 
Scoiten, Granger & Lovet 108 and 
no Rindoiph. 

Toys, Trimmings & Fancy Goods. 

Babe Mrs J., 213 Jefferson ave. 
Fisher Mrs. Sarah, 206 Woodward 

ave. 
Fisher John, 85 Jefferson ave. 

Pamberger , 99 Woodward ave. 

Schwartz Charles, 219 Jefferson ave. 

Trunkmaker. 

WOLFF HENRY, TRUNKS AND 
VALISES, WHOLESALE AND 
RET.VIL, 40 MONROE AVE.— 
[See card p. 72.] 

Turners. 

Clement S., 3 Franklin. 

Kruger Wm., cor. Gratiot and Brush. 

Umibrella Manufacturers. 

Crongeyer John, 235 Jefferson ave. 
Weber A., 206 Jefferson ave. 

Undertakers. 

Farwell J. H., 181 Woodward ave. 
Far well & Co., 181 Woodward ave. 
Ray A. T., cor. John R. and Eliza- 
beth. 
Sutherland James, 91 Fort Gratiot. 

Varnish, Glue, fee- 
Berry Brothers, 26 Woodbridge. 

Vegetable Dealer. 
Sullivan E., cor. First and Larned. 

Venitian Blinds. 
Stevens J. M., 194 Woodward. 

Veterinery Surgeon. 
Cochrane J., 75 Larned. 

Vinegar Factories. 
Frankle Isidore, 17 Jefferson ave. 
Landsberg A., 51 Griswold. 
Winter Wm., 175 Macomb. 

"Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 
(See Jewelers.) 
Gray Alexander, 159 Woodward ave. 
Lingerman F., 104 Randolph. 
POHL ANTHONY, WATCHES. 
CLOCKS & JEWELRY, 226 
JEFFERSON AVE. [See card 
p. .100] 



SCHULER GEO., IMPORTER OF 
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEL- 
RY, WATCH GLASSES, 
TOOLS, MATERIALS, &c., 160 
JEFFERSON AVE. 

Whips and Lashes. 

Noble S., 105 Woodward ave. 

Wines and Liquors. 

Brooks & Albertson, 165 Wood- 
bridge. 

Bourke Oliver, 122 Jefferson ave. 

Bayless L. M., 52 Griswold. 

Chandler II. B., Woodbridge. 

CuUen R., 66 Woodbridge. 

Diederich Wm., cor. Atwater and 
Griswold. 

Deiderichct Melchors, 199 Jefferson 
ave. 

Gallagher Thos., Atwater near 
Woodward. 

Gardner Geo. F., 58 Jefferson ave. 

GOFFINET JAS., WHOLESALE 
WINES AND LIQUORS, 65 
LARNED. [See card p. 85.] 

Gravier R., 68 Gratiot. 

HARRIS & NASH, WINES AND 
LIQUORS, WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL, 58 MICHIGAN AVE. 
[See card p. 70.] 

Hart Orson H. & Co., 109 Jefferson 
ave. 

Kemman F. & Co., 78 Grand River. 

Mott & Co., 15 Jefferson ave. 

Nelson W. A., 230 Jefferson ave. 

Netting G., 7 Michigan ave. 

Niles Geo., 135 Woodward ave. 

[Robinson J. & Co., Jefferson ave. 

I bet. First and Second. 

SMITH ELIJAH, IMPORTED 
WINES, BRANDIES, COPPER 
DISTILLED WHISK Y, 27 
WOODBRIDGE. [See card p. 
104.] 

Wire Works. 

ADAMS & EDDY, PROP'S MICH- 
IGAN WIRE WORKS, 109 
WOODWARD AVE. 

SNOW WM.. WIRE WORKER, 
BURR MILL STONES, 102 
WOODWARD AVE. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Ill 



"Wood Yards. 

Brossyard H., cor. First and Michi- 
gan avc. 
Hudson G. W., 03 Woodbridge. 
Kelley J , 301 Atwater. 
IMcGonciial James, Atwater. 
Newberry 11. L., foot of Wayne. 

Y. M- Society. 

DETROIT YOUNG MEN'S SO- 
CIETY. SIDNEY D. MILLER, 
PRESIDENT, RIDDLE HOUSE 
BLOCK,JEFFERSON AYE. 

(Omitted.) 

Dry Goods. 

Fairbairn T. A., 59 ^Yoodward ave. 

Dry Goods— Wholesale. 

TOWN & SHELDON, IMTORT- 
ERS AND JOBBKRS OF STA- 
PLE AND FANCY DRY 
GOODS, 23 WOODWARD AVE. 



WYANDOTTE, 

A post village of Wayne county, 
Mich., 10 miles below Detroit, situa- 
ted on Detroit River. It was first 
laid out in 1S55, and has rapidly in- 
creased in population. It contains 
several stores and one of the most 
extensive Railroad and merchant 
iron Rolling Mills in the country. 
The iron used at this mill comes 
chiefly from Lake Superior, and is 
considered equal in quality to any 
in the world. 



TRENTON. 

A post village of Wayne county, 
Mich., IG miles below Detroit, on 
the Detroit river. It contains sev- 
eral stores and saw mills, and is a 
place of considerable trade. Popu- 
lation 1500. 



MONROE. 

A post village of importance, and 
the capital of Monroe county, pleas- 
antly situated on the River Raisin, 
2 miles above its entrance into Lake 
Erie, and on the Detroit, Monroe & 
Toledo Railroad, 41 miles from De- 
troit, 24 miles from Toledo, 33 miles 
from Adrian, via Michigan South- 
ern and Northern Indiana Railroad \ 
and 243 miles fromChicago. 

Monroe was first settled by the 
French, as early as 1776, but its 
rapid improvement and settlement 
by the Americans commenced about 
1835. 

It is the principal market for the 
staples of several of the southern 
counties, and its commerce finds in- 
gress and egress by a ship canal to 
Lake Erie, and by the 3Iichigan 
Southern Railroad. 

In addition to the elegant private 
residences, with extensive grounds 
attatched, and beautifully adorned 
with shade tress and shrubbery, it 
coniains a Female Seminary and 
Collegiate institute, a Union School 
and branches, a fine Court House, 
erected at a cost of $35,000, two 
Catholic and eight Protestant 
churches, two weekly newspapers — 
the National Press and the Commer- 
cial, two Masonic Lodges and one 
Royal Arch Chapter, one Lodge of 
Independent Order of Odd Fel- 
lows, and numerous and varied pro- 
fessions and trades. Population 
4,500. 



MONROE CITY OFFICERS. 

R. O'Connor, Mayor. 
M. Nadue. Alderman. 
A. D. Aldridge, " 
F. Eiseman, " 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



ROOT & STEVENS, 

JIanufacturers of 

Sasli, Doors, Blinds, Horse 
Rakes, Grain Cradles, &c., 

FR0WT STREET, 
Monroe, Micliigaii. 

N. Vincent, " 

S. C. Goeffron, " 

0. Stoddard, 

A. D. Anderson, Recorder. 

L. Durocher, City Clerk. 

C. F. Beek, City Marshall. 

MONROE COUNTY OFFICERS. 

F. Johnson, Judfje Prob. Court. 
H. B. Marvin, Sheriff. 
Geo. Landon. Treasurer, 
F. B. Clark, Clerk. 
J. M. Oliver, Register of Deeds. 
E. Willitt, Pros. Attorney. 
A. D. Anderson, Circuit Court Com- 
missioner. 
H. Allen, County Suryeyor. 
H. Allen, Coroner. 
A. M. Patton, " 



Ambrotype Artists. 

Heritage Miss Mary, cor. Front and 
Monroe. 

STEVENS L. S. & CO., DA- 
GUERREAN ARTISTS, COR- 
NER FRONT AND WASHING- 
TON. [See card p 112.] 

Attorneys at Law. 
Bauch J. R., Washington. 
Grosvenor Ira, Washington. 
Johnson F., Washington. 
Noble C, Front. 
Vrooman & Bro., Washington. 
Willetts Riley, Washington. 
Wing W., Washington. 

Bakers. 

Munch Anton, Monroe, cor. First. 
Weier A., Front. 

Bankers. 
Clarke E. L. &Co., Washington. 
Darnsard B. & Co., cor. Front and 

Washington. 
Wing & Johnson, Washington. 



STEVENS & CO.'S 



FINE AET ROOMS, 

Monroe, Micliigan. 

We are prepared to make Photo- 
graphs, Ambrotypes, and all other 
styles of pictures, in the best style of 
the art. Photographs coi^ied and en- 
larged from small Daguerreotypes of 
deceased or absent friends as perfect 
as from life. Also, Stereographic views 
of private residences and public build- 
ings made on reasonable terms. 

From long experience in the busi- 
ness, we feel confident of giving per- 
fect satisfaction to all who may favor 
us with their patronage. 

Photographs of all sizes colored in 
oil and water colors in superior style. 



Barbers. 

Jackson J., Front. 
Mims H., Washington. 

Billiard Rooms. 

Cicott J. I., Washington. 
Frost C, cor. Monroe and First. 

Blacksmiths. 

Acker L., Front. 
Kibbee L., Front. 
Kuhl J., Front. 
KuU W., Front. 

Boot^and Shoe Makers. 
Frank K., Front. 
Hammond C. W., Front. 
Kornback & Fernor, Front. 
Kromer & Piffier, Front. 
Martin G., Monroe. 
Nuhull & Loeifler, Monroe. 
Stoddard W. & H., Front. 
Varrin & Martin, Monroe. 
Yager E., Front. 

Cabinet Makers. 
Consee J., Washington. 
Hughes A., Front. 
Leinier A., Front. 



Clothiers. 
Freidenberg L., cor. 
Washinsrton. 



Front and 



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Meyerfeld S., Washington. 
Reiseg J. & Bro., Washington. 

Confectioner. 
Bailey L. E., 3Ionroe. 

Dentist. 
Taylor S. C, Washington. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

. Darsch, Schafer & Co., Front. 
Oliver J. M.. Front. 
Sackett S. S., Front. 

Dry Goods and Groceries. 

Armitage J., Washington, 
Barnsard B. & Son, Front. 
Diber A., Front. 
Godfrey J. & Co., Front. 
Little L. R. & Co., Front. 
Nadeau Moses, Front. 
Noble H. S., cor. Front and Mon- 
roe. 
O'Conor B., Front. 
Ohr J. C, Front. 
Waldruff Mrs. A., Front. 

Fish Dealer. 
Paxton John, Front. 

Furniture Dealer. 

Brigan E., Monroe, bet. First and 
Front. 

Grocers. 

Armitage G. W., Washington. 

Bevier Levi, Front. 

Billm:in M., Front. 
•Darrah L. & Son, Front. 

Durall II., Front. 

Heiss ik Kais, ^Monroe. 

Hubble W. II, First. 

Knaup J., Front. 

Kreuchauf C, Front. 

Leonard J., Front. 

Jiingly G. N., Front. 

MILLER IIKNRY, GROCERIES, 
PROVISIONS, FRUITS, FISH, 
&c., CASH PAID FOR HIDES, 
PELTS & SKINS, FRONT. 

Nadaeu J., Front. 

Natler J., Front. 



Noble D. & Son, cor. Monroe and 
First. 

Nuhffer P., Front. 

O'Donnell F., Fmnt. 

Phelan James, cor. Front and Ma- 
comb. 

Vincent J., Front. 

Wagner A., Front. 

Weir Jos., Front. 

Zauy Jacob, Front, 

Hardware and Cutlery, 
Ferris T. R., Front. 

Saddlers and Harness Makers & 
Dealers. 

Dashner J., Monroe, 

Harnies N., Front. 

McEride James., Front. 

Thompson B. J., Monroe cor. First, 

Hotels. 

Humphrey L. S., Washington bet. 

First and Front. 
Murphy James, Front. 
Strong , Washington bet. First 

and Front, 

Justice of the Peace. 

Prentice W. W., Noble's Block, ^ 
Front. 

Livery Stable. 
Paton J., Front. 
Wakefield S. B., Washington. 

Meat Market. 

Foleck F., Front. 
Lang J., Front. 
McCormick D., Front. 
Sieb J. M., Monroe. 

Merchant Tailor. 
Castleman C, Monroe. 

Millinery Goods. 

Avery Mrs., cor. Monroe and First, 
Kendell N, N., Washington. 

Newspapers and Publishers. 
Sailsbury A. C, Front. 
Walker & Hamilton, Washington 

and Front. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



.Painter. 
Duncanson S., Washington. 

Physicians. 

Arnold Dr., Washington. 

Dorset Dr., First. 

Edmanson Dr., cor. Monroe and 

First. 
Sawyer A. J., Washington. 
Southworth Dr., Front. 

Plaster Mill. 
Noble Wm. A., Front. 

Saloon Keepers. 

Beir Peter, Front. 
Taylor C. R., Front. 

Sash and Blind Factory. 
ROOT & STEVENS, SASH AND 
BLIND FACTORY, FRONT.— 
[See card p. .] 

Tailors. 

Kurtz H., Monroe. 
Lieht J. H., Front. 
Milles Ed., Monroe. 

Tobacconist. 

Sedlaczch Jos., Washington. 



Wood, J. 
ond. 



Undertaker. 

B., cor. Monroe and Sec- 



Wagon Makers. 

Fisher John Front. 
Reynolds N. & J., Front. 
Westerman A., Front. 

"Watchmakers . 

Grant Alex., Strong's Block. 
Prentice S. S., First. 



TOLEDO. 

A flourishing city and port of entry 
of Lucascounty, 0.,on the west bank 
of the Maumee river, four miles from 
its mouth. Swan creek enters the 
river here, and furnishes a conven- 



ient outlet for the Wabash and Erie 
canal. Opposite the mouth of this 
stream the river suddenly expands 
to the width of three quarters of a 
mile, and just above it has been form- 
ed a deep bayou, one half mile in 
lengtb, separated from the main 
channel of the river by a tongue of 
low land, formerly known as Grassy 
Point. On this spot, but a few 
years since covered with wild rice 
and pond lillies, are now located the 
depot buildings of the numerous 
railroads terminating here. 

■Substantial brick structures have 
taken the place of what seemed an 
unsightly green morass. Grassy 
point is now known as the Middle 
Ground. More than two millions of 
money have been expended in im- 
provements. With an area of fifty 
acres, it will have more than two 
miles of water front, all under the 
exclusive cantrol of the railroad 
companies. Here are located the 
passenger aad freight houses, the 
grain warehouses and the various of- 
fices. The Maumee river, or as it 
is more properly termed, the Miamj 
of Lake Erie, furnishes at Toledo 
the finest harbor on the great Lakes, 
and is the terminus of over seven 
hundred miles of canal navigation- 
The Michigan Southern Railroad 
and the Air-line road passing 
through Northern Indiana, the To" 
ledo, Wabash and Western road, the 
Toledo and Detroit road, the north- 
ern and southern divisions of the 
Cleveland and Toledo road, and the 
Dayton and Michigan road all ter- 
minate in a common center at the 
union depot, on the middle ground. 
It contains thirteen churches, and 



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115 



the Presbyterians, the Methodists, 
the Episcopalians, the Unitarians, 
the Baptists and Catholics, have 
large and handsome churches, well 
supported by numerous congrega- 
tions. A tasteful Bethel church 
has also been built for the sailors and 
boatmen, who form a large floating 
population during the summer seas- 
on. It has four newspapers, viz : 
three daily, tri-weekly and weekly, 
and one weekly ; one high school 
and several ward or district schools, 
under the best government, and well 
supported; the Young Men's Asso- 
ciation have a fine library and read- 
ing room ; there are also an orphan 
asylum, and Ursuline convent; the 
Masons have two lodges, a chapter, 
council and encampment, and the 
I. O. 0. F. one lodge; there is a 
Branch of the State Bank, the Bank 
of Toledo, three private banking of- 
fices and one Savings bank; 154 
miles from Columbus, 237 from Cin- 
cinnati, 113 from Cleveland, and 
280 from Pittsburgh ; fare to Cincin- 
nati S7, Cleveland 83 25, New York 
S17, Philadelphia 81G. Population 
18,000. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

John J. Manor, Mayor. 
Wm. C. Cheny, Marshall. 
Henry jMerrill, City Clerk. 
Henry Brand, Treasurer. 
G. R. Haynes, Solicitor. 

D. Mason, Engineer. 

E. McLeary, Street Commissioner. 

" Poor Master. 
" Harbor Master. 
Assessors. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Alex. Reed, Auditor. 

Jonathan Wynn, Recorder. 

John Fitch, Judy-e Common Pleas. 



F. A. Jones, Probate Judge. 
P. T. Clark, Clerk Common Pleas. 
E. W. Lenderson, Surveyor. 
S. H. Bergen, Coroner. 
L. Parcher, Jailor. 
H. D. Kingsbury, Sheriff". 
V. Brown, Treasurer. 
Wm. Taylor, G. Norton, S. D. Ray- 
mond, County Commissioners. 

I. 0. 0. F. 

The officers of Wapankonica Lodge,. 

No. 38, at Toledo, are — 
John Faskin, N. G. 

C. ^y. Moulton, V. G. 
Joseph Stanberry, Sec. 

D. y. Edsil, Per. Sec. 

S. S. Kingsly, Treasurer. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Daily Blade, Pelton, office Summit. 

Daily Herald, office cor. Summit and 
Madison. 

Daily Times. 

Express (German weekly,) J. E.. 
Marx, publisher, office cor. Sum- 
mit and Monroe. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of Toledo, (branch of the State 
Bank,) capital 8150,000, Amasa 
Stone, President, Paul Jones. 
Cashier, office Summit. 

Ketcham, Berden & Co., bankers^ 
146 Summit. 

Kraus & Wood, proprietors of City 
Bank of Toledo, office Summit. 

Raynor & Clark, bankers and deal- 
ers in exchange. 158 Summit. 

Treadwell & Collins, Toledo Sav- 
ings Bank, 187 Summit. 

CHURCHES. 

1st Baptist. 

1st Congregational. 

Trinity, (Episcopal.) 

1st Methodist. 

Ames Chapel, (Methodist.) 

Methonist, (German.) 

German Reformed. 

German Lutheran. 

German Lutheran Evangelist. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



IS :f'oxj 



the: :oe:st 

HXITTLE 




MACHINE, 

OF THE ^OE, 

^ MANUFACTURED BY 

ijk WM. E. CRAFT, 



Over City Bank, 

TOLEDO, OHIO. 



This is the most Popular Machine in use, as all who use it will testify. 

We have 

Two Mew Improvements on the Machine. 

References given regarding the Machine to all that ask. 
No. 1 Machine has an elevated Case, which 

Enables the Operator to Sew around a Coat Sleeve, 

This Machine Sews with a Shuttle, and a Straight Needle, 

Making the Stitch Alike on Both Sides of the Goods, 



We would respectfully invite all to call and examine this Maohine 
before purchasing elsewhere. It sews both the 

Price, Ho. 1, $40- Mo. 2, $35, with Hemmer. 



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117 



HARRIS & NASH, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Tnbs, Pails & Wooden Ware 



TOLEDO, OHIO. 



St. Francis De Sales, p]nglish Cath- 
olic. 
St. Mai'y's German Catholic. 
French Catholic. 
Bethel Church. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS. 

D. H. Young & C. M. Dorr, com- 
missioners, office in Postoffice 
building, Madison. 
Agricultural Implements. 

TH03IAS E. A. & Co., 8UCCESS- 
S0R8 TO L. Y. BUSH & CO., 
DEALERS IN AGRICULTUR- 
AL IMPLEMENTS, SCALES, 
&c., 182 SUMMIT. [See card p. 
119.] 

Ale and Beer Depot. 
Holland John, 212 Summit. 

Ambrotype Artists. 
ALLEY E. H., AMBROTYPE & 
PHOTOGRAPH STOCK, 235' 
SUMMIT. I 

RUDOLPH , AMBROTYPE! 

•ROOMS, 151 SUMMIT. [Scej 
card, p. 125.] 

Artists. 

Muhlenbek J., 181 Summit. 
Attorneys at Law. 

Austin D. K., I'.'u] Summit. 

Baker ck Collins Timpany's Block. 

Bassett E. P., Timpany's Block. 

Bissell E., jr., Timpany's Block. 

Castle C. F., 4:} Summit. 

Chase J. H., 43 Summit. 

Dodge Charles 43 Summit. 

Doyle M. D.. 43 Summit. 

DUNLAP THOS., ATTORNEY & 
COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 81 
SUMMIT. [See card p. 122.] 



Este G. P., Timpany's Block. 
HAYNES & RAY, ATTORNEYS 

AT LAW, 3 TIMPANY'S BL'K. 
HILL & PRATT, ATTY'S AT 

LAW, TIMPANY'S BLOCK. 
Hosmer & Meyer, 158 Summit. 
Jones F. A., 43 Summit. 
KENT & NEWTON, ATTORNEYS 

& COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

TIMPANY'S BLOCK. [See card 

p. 124.] 
Lee & French, 158 Summit. 
Lenimon R. C, 133 Summit. 
McKinn & Ashley, Summit. 
Mott R., 158 Summit. 
Osborn J. R., 133 Summit. 
Pike L. H., 133 Summit. 
Piatt II. P. & E. S., 31 Summit. 
Rouse & Clark, 15U Summit. 
AA^AITE M. R. & R., ATT'YS & 

COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 7 

TIMPANY'S BLOCK. 
Young A., Monroe. 

Auction and Commission Mer- 
chants. 
HUYCK& BROWN, AUCTION & 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
137 SUMMIT- [See card p. 125.] 
Bakers. 
Seiteter J., 267 Summit. 
Worts M. C, 3G Summit. 

Barbers. 

Franklin S. N., 210 Summit. 
Greener J. IL, 103 Summit. 
Jacobs C, Western Hotel. 
jMerrett W. II., GU Summit. 
Scott J., St. Clair. ^ 
Tucker G. W., 30 Monroe. 
Walker E. P., 131 Summit. 



118 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



W. II. OSBON. 



J. D. Cook. 



V. Hamilton. 

V 

Dealers in Grdiiii, Flour, Salt, Flsli, Water Lime, &c., 

Water Street, Foot of Madison St., TOLEDO, OHIO. 




Hon 
Hon, 



. .Fno. B. Howe, "I 
. S. P. Williams, j 



Hon. D. R. Bear.ss, Peru, Ind. 
Messrs. Kent, Lowber & (Jo., N. Y. City 
M. S. Hawley & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 



REFERENCES. 

Lagrange Bank,! Deveau, Farmer & Co., Toledo, Ohio. 
Lima, Ind. Hon. Jno. S. Barry, Constantine, Mich. 



Richard Reed, Sturgis, Mich. 

Hon. Allen Hamilton, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

lion. Jas. S. Collins, Columbia, Ind. 



under White Hall 



Billiard Saloons 

Field Otis, 74 Summit. 
Creorge John, 140 Summit. 
Hennessy Chas 

Summit. 
Just F., 162 Summit. 
Pinkerton J., 184 Summit. 
TEMME G. W., BLLIARD AND 

BEER SALOON, 35 MONROE, 

SECOND FLOOR. 

Blacksmiths. 

Anderson & Fuller, 133 Summit. 

Brown & Patten, 213 Summit. 

Bohannon F., St Clair. 

Freeman D. S', cor. Oak & St. Clair. 

Kemp J., St. Clair. 

Ruter & Spielbusch, cor. St. Clair & 

Orange. 
Wall E., Oak and Summit. 

Boiler Works. 
Henderson F., Lafayete. 

Boots and Shoes, Wholesale. 
Griffith W. W. & Co., 70 Summit. 

Books and Stationery. 

POWERS H. G., DEALER IN 
BOOKS & STATIONERY AND 
WALL PAPER, 115 SUMMIT. 
[See card p. 121.] 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Brown A., 40 Summit. 
Hunt W. W. & Co., 147 Summit. 
Kaufman J., 127 Summit. 
Ludrick A., 57 Summit. 



MAYER GEO. F., DEALER IN 
BOOTS & SHOES, 63 SUMMIT. 
[See card p. 120.] 

Messinger & Bond, 150 Summit. 
W., 117 Summit. 



Ruffofles D 



Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Cunningham J. J., 192 Summit. 
Eraser W. & G., 199 Summit. 
Keisert C., 257 Summit. 
Hilt J.. Adams. 
Litton M., Perry. 
Lumbeck C, Adams. 
Malowny J., 189 Summit. 
Mallaneilk J.. 49 Monroe. 
O'Neil Thos., 32 Summit. 
Seller J., Adams, 
Sharky M., 59 Monroe. 
Sagar Wra., 307 Summit. 
Young J., 261 Summit. 

Brewers, 

Finlay & Wilder, Water. 
Lenk P. 

Carriage Makers. 

Carter & Gifford, 252 and 254 Sum- 
mit. 

Waite A. B. & Co., cor. Monroe and 
St. Clair. 

China, Glass and Queensware. 
BARLOW & THOMPSON, IM- 
PORTERS OF QUEENSWARE, 
166 SUMMIT. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

(See also Tobacconists.) 
Bronson C, 103 and 106 Summit. 
Hamblin P., 165 Summit. 



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119 



(Successors to L. J. Bush <fc Co.,) 
DEALERS IN 

Agricultural Implements, 

ALSO, evi;ry variety of machinery, 

Reaping and Mowiiiju;' Machines, Grain Drills, Threshing Machines, Horse 
Powers, and Portable Steam Kngines, 

Aiitl A.fS'i'iit!!!* ol" tlio 13ii.ira.io Sciilo AVoi-li!^, 

No. 182 Summit Street, TOLEDO, OHIO. 



Clothiei's. 

Goldsmitt G., 43 Summit. 
Gitsky B., 50 Summit. 
Kraus J., G.5 Summit. 
Kraus D,, Gl Summit. 
Mulheny J., 24 Summit. 
Koemer J. & Co., 44 Summit. 
Tuey A., 97 Summit. 
WcgennerT., 59 Summit. 

Coal Dealers. 

Walton & Birkhead, Water. 

Coal Oil and Lamps. 

CHAMBERLAIN R. Y., DEALER 
IN LAMPS, COAL OTL, GLASS 
WARE, *kc., 197^ SUM3HT. [See 
card p. 123.] 

Commission Merchants. 

Bash J. & Co., Water. 

Bashare & Pomeroy, cor. Madison. 

BisscU Fred., Water. 

Bower H. S., Water. 

Brown Walbridge k Co., Water. 

Burton & Hubbard, Water. 

Carpenter Geo. A., Water. 

Carrington, Casey & Co., Water. 

Fitz & Flynn, Water. 

Godard A., Water. 

HAMITON & Co., FORWARDING 
AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS, WATER, FOOT OF 
MADISON. [See card p. 118.] 

Ham P. & Co., 31) Summit. 

Hopkins A., Water. 

Hyde & Woodliury, Water. 

Powers W. & Co., Water. 

SMITH J. D. & Co., COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, COR. WATER 



AND MADISON. [See card p. 
122.] 

Stevens & Chase, Water. 

Strong J. R., Water. 

Walker (fe Ilaynes, Water. 

WILLEBRAND & Co., COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANTS, 39 MON- 
ROE. 

Confectioners. 
Fox S. E., 208 Summit. 
Hunker M., 171 Summit. 
Lenk Chas.,85 Summit. 

Cooper. 
McCracken L., cor. St. Clair and 

Oak. 

Dentists. 
Estil J., 177 Summit. 
Harown & Evans, 141 Summit. 
Wemple Dr., 181 Summit. 

Drugs and Medicines. 
Daniels T., 289 Summit. 
Dooley & Bro., 94 Summit. 
Eddy C. H. & Co., 93 Summit. 
Miner D. H. & Co., 125 Summit. 
Peek & Roos, 37 Madison. 
West C, 46 Summit. 
Welles W. B., cor. Summit and 

Adams. 
WILLSTEIN H., DRUGGIST, 227 

SUMMIT. 



Dry Goods. 
Bafkman & Kecler, 297 Summit. 
Barker A. M. 

Barker & Bro., 71 Summit. 
Bolles H. C. 

Bollcs Wm. & Co , 164 Summit. 
Gushing & Sccor, 155 Summit. 
I Eaton it Biilkus, 79 Summit. 
Hough <fe Hall, 113 Summit. 



120 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



EORGE F. MAYER, 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 




No. 63 SUMMIT STREET. 
TOLEDO, 



Keeler & Hubbell, 96 Summit. 
Keeler, Hunt & Co., 75 Summit. 
Moores Bros., 73 Summit. 
Perry & Haughton, 46 Monroe. 
Stewart T. C, 159 Summit. 

Dyer, 

BOWERS J. S., TOLEDO FAN- 
CY DYE-HOUSE, 111 SUMMIT. 

Eating Houses. 

BYAN MICHAEL, DINING 
ROOMS AND BALL ALLEY, 
105 SUMMIT. [See card p. 123.] 

Tirrell R., 194 Summit. 

Elevators, 
King l^ros., Water. 

Engraver. — Wood. 
Walker E., 150 Summit. 

Express Agent. 
Chapin E., 160 Summit. 

Fancy Goods and Toys- 
Hoffman M., 209 Summit. 
Stahl Mrs. E., 223 Summit. 
Tredwell T., 185 Summit. 

Flour and Feed Store. 
Weber M., 363 Summit. 

Flouring Mills. 
Raymond W. H., 1 Monroe. 
Seott & Winans, cor. Summit and 
Oak. 

Frame Maker. 
Frost 0., 213 Summit. 



Freight Agent. 
WHITE A. L., FREIGHT AGENT 
OF C. & T. R. R., OFFICE ON 
MIDDLE GROUND. 

Fruit Dealer. 
Finlay W. J., Summit. 

Furniture Dealers. 
Burns & Co., 231 Summit. 
Ingold & Son. 335 Summit. 
Johnston D. & Co., 67 Monroe. 
Meebling & Torber, 205 Summit. 
Meilink & Torber, Vine. 
Read Joel, 54 Monroe. 

Grocers-Wholesale. 
Bell, Holcomb & Co., 142 & 144 

Summit. 
Bisbop & Co., 66 Summit. 
Devaau, Farmer & Co., 132 Summit. 
May & Hathaway, 98 Summit. 



Grocers. 

Co., cor. Perry 



and Sum- 



Auth & 
mit. 

Bradly J., 41 Mouroe. 

Chase S. J., 207 Summit. 

Clear P., 38 Summit. 

Cole F. J., 52 Monroe. 

Dooley M., 43 Monroe. 

Douglass & Baker, 143 Summit. 

Duston Wra. S., 229 Summit. 

GOULDEN M. M., DEALER IN 
GROCERIES AND PROVIS- 
IONS, 31 ST. CLAIR. 

Grant F., 64 Monroe. 

IIENNIG FREDERICK, DEAL- 
ER IN GROCERIES, FLOUR, 
FEED, PROVISIONS, &c., &c., 
48 MONROE. 



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121 



HENRY G. POWERS, 

WHOLESATE DEALER IN 

■^^ " SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, 

Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, 

Paper Hangings, Inks, Yankee Notions, 
Fancy Goods, &e., &c., 

lis HI 3i:>ll'r HTIJEICT, 

TOLEDO, OHIO. 



Higirins M., 1 Suniniit. 
Lewis T. & Co., 235 Summit. 
Lyons &, Co., 89 Summit. 
Morris P. C, 7G Cherry. 
Nesbit A., 87^ Summit. 
Redding George, 141 Summit. 
Sinclair C. & Co., 45 Summit. 
Speyer J., 269 Summit. 
Weber J. B., 397 Summit. 
Welker P., 60 Monroe. 
WhittlesyS., 215 Summit; 
Young Mr.«. M. A., 95 Cherry. 

Gunsmiths. 

Cardig John, 206 Summit. 
Pheatt G. K., 185 Summit. 

Hardware, Iron and Metals. 

Ketcham & Barker, 69 Summit. 
RofF & Co., 72 Summit. 
Schael F., 233 Summit. 
Stevens & Brigham, 83 Summit. 
Whittaker & Philips, 102 Summit. 

Harness Makers and Saddlers. 
Bormert & Co., Summit. 
Redding & Co., 196 Summit. 

Hats and Caps. 

Corbusier J. A., 176 Summit. 
EddyN. W., 123 Summit. 
Lapwater G., cor. Oak and Summit. 
Seyler Jacob, 121 Summit. 
Seyler M., 53 Summit. 

Hides, Leather and Findings. 

BRAISTED, GURLET & Co., 
AVIIOLESALE DEALERS IN 
HIDES. LEATHER, SAD- 
DLEY HARDWARE, TAN- 



NER'S FINDINGS, &c.,42 MON- 
ROE. 

Pugh H. D., 62 Summit. 

Sheldon & Burgert, (jG Summit. 

Hotels and Proprietors. 

Angier R. P., jNIiddle Ground. 

COLLINS HOUSE, B. FARLEY 
& Co., PROPS., COR. JEFFER- 
SON AND ST. CLAIR. [See 
card.] 

Denny A., Water. 

Early Pat, Water. 

FARLEY B. & Co., PROPRIE- 
TORS COLLINS HOUSE, COR. 
JEFFERSON & ST. CLAIR.— 
[See card.] 

Jacobs F. N., cor. St. Clair and Mad- 
ison. 

Kelkeny P., Ottawa. 

McKenster John, cor. Ottowa and 
Broadway. 

Moore J. M., near Depot. 

SCHOLL H., PROP. WESTERN 
HOTEL, PERRY BET. SUM- 
MIT & ST. CLAIR. 

Whipple E., near Depot. 

William T. 0., 318 and 320 Summit. 

Ice Dealer. 

St. John & Co.. Water. 

Insurance Agents. 

Bennett & Sinclair, 134 Summit. 

Brown T. P., 158 Summit. 

BROWNLEE A. B., SPX'Y OF 
TOLEDO FIRE AND MARINE 
INSURANCE CO., WATER 
BET. ADAMS & M\DISON. 

Campbell J., Timpany's Block. 



122 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



TH0MA3 DUNLAP, 

ATTORIY AT LAW, 

* Office, 81 Summit Street, 
TOLEDO, OHIO. 



I J. D. BMITH. E. A. SMITH. 

J. D. SMITH & CO., 



Collections promptly attended to. 



COLTON CARLOS, SECY OF MU- 
TUAL INSURANCE CO. OF 
TOLEDO, WATER BET. AD- 
AMS AND MADISON. 

Fitch S., 141 Summit. 
Molton C. W., 131 Summit. 
Russell & Peek 44 Summit, 
Yardley C , Monroe. 

Iron Fencing. 
Mathirs J., cor. Oak and St, Clair, 

Jewelry, Watches, &c. 

Caneffe J. N., 87 Summit. 
Clawson J. N., 191 Smmit. 
Cook H. T., 121 Summit. 
Cross R. A. & Co., 151 Summit. 
Deney H., 135 Summit. 
Frank & Bros., 227 Summit. 
Love J., Ill Snmmit. 
Paul & Co., 103 Summit. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Merrill D. C, 85 Summit. 
Reidemeister Otto, 43 Summit, 

Lime Dealers. 

Holt & Sawyer, Ottowa. 
McMonagle Gr. , Ottowa, 

Livery Stables. 
Blodget E. C, St. Clair. 
Janes W., St, Clair. 
Waite W., Ottowa. 
Warren S,, St, Clair. 

Lumber Dealers. 
Beard H. U., near St. Clair Bridge. 
Copeland J. & Co., Water. 
Hall, Smith & Co., Water. 



FREIGHT BROKERS, 



Aeents Mutual Insurance Company, 
of Buffalo, N Y. 



Kelsey A. J. & Co., Water. 
Raymond & Jones, St. Clair. 
Skidmore L. 31., St. Clair. 
Thorn W. B, & Co., Washington. 

Marble Works. 

Clark & Bros., Summit. 

Dolen Wm., cor. Summit and Wal- 
nut, 

Vanantwerp E., cor. Summit and 
Oak. 

Matheraatical Instruments 

ALLEN C. H., PHILOSOPHICAL 
AND MATHEMATICAL IN- 
STRUMENTS 319 SUMMIT. 

Meat Markets. 

BELLANY J. W, & Co., MEAT 

MARKET, 129 SUMMIT. 
Chamberlain & Melan, 249 Summit, 
Dederich J., St. Clair, 
Levi, H., 35 Summit. 
Pettys D. C. & Co., 101 Summit, 
Ranth Frank, 263 Summit. 
Smith A., cor. Summit and Oak. 
Thorneloe T., 295 Summit. 
Vanorden J., 217 Monroe. 
Vanburen S. Gr., G2 Monroe. 
Woolf Fred, Summit. 

Medical Dispensary. 
Trembly J. B., 150 Summit. 

Merchant Tailors, 
BUCK C. H., MERCHANT TAI- 
LOR, 149 SUMMIT. 
Granger & Bros., 145 Summit. 
Stutz J., 271 Summit. 
Thorner J., 49 Summit. 



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123 



COLLINS DINING SALOON, 

BY miClI. RY.^IV. 



This Saloon, with the opoiiiiif; of 
spring, has boen newly ojionod, and re- 
fitted by the proprietor, and he is now 
prepared to ''feed the hungry." Warm 
meals prepared at all hours of the day 
and reasonable hours of the night. 

He also has accommodations for 25 
boarders with lodging, if desired. — 
Bear in mind the location, 

COT,l,l\'S DIMXf; SAT.OOX. lOI, 

I05. sr>nii r si., toi.i.do, o. 



Ward & Sullivan, 183 Summit. 
Woebler & Co., 53 Summit. 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Carney Miss, 57 Summit. 

Foule E. II., 211 Summit. 

Iligby Mrs., 71 Summit. 

Miller k Stales, 153 Summit. 

Rawls ]^^m., 183 Summit. 

SIIEllWOOD W. W., DEALER 
IN ALL KINDS OF MILLIN- 
ERY AND FANCY GOODS, 
lU SUMMIT. 

Music Store. 
Doeble & Strenghson, 213 Summit. 

Notary Public. 
Constable J. P., 131 Summit. 

Novelty Works- 
Russell R. F., Water. 

Nurseries and Seed Stores. 

Philipps II., 58 Summit. 

LENK. HANSEN & CO., HUN- 
BALDT NURSERIES Sc SEED 
STORE, 1(]1 & 1G3 SUMMIT. 

Painters, 

Carter R. IT., 43 Monroe. 
Collins &;Chenny, 182 Summit. 
Dency D. C. 28 Summit. 
Hamlin & Miller, cor. Water and 

Adams. 
Miller & Rladon, Summit. 
Southard & Hall, 188 Summit, 2d 

floor. 



R. V. CHAMBERLAIN, 

Dealer in 

COAL OIL LAMPS, 

GLASSWARE, &C. 

197^ SUMMIT STREET, 



Physicians. 

BAILEY & BKIELOW, HOMEO- 
PATHIC PHYSICIANS AND 
SUR(JEONS, 153 SUMMIT. 

Braun V., 2-i Summit. 

Berger 6. H., 289 Summit. 

Bostwick A., cor. Adams and Sum- 
mit. 

Clark J., 291 Summit. 

Darling , 55 Summit. 

Fennenberg (1., 21 Summit. 

Forbes Dr. 117 Summit. 

Goldhan Dr., 293 Summit. 

Hohyle 289 Summit. 

Jones Jefferson. 

Nown J. G., Jefferson, bet. Summit 
and St. Clair. 

Swalm C. H., cor. Jefferson and Sum- 
mit. 

Thom S. S., 113 Summit. 

Timpany R., 34 Monroe, 

Tyler A., 143 Summit. 

Thorn S., 143 Summit. 

Waldron & Justins, 159 Summit. 

Plaster Mill- 
Keyson C. C, Water. 

Pork Packer- 
Brown W. 0., 178 Summit. 

Printers— Book & Job. 

Boyd it Co., Tunpany block. 
Marx J. E.,43 Summit. 

Produce Merchant. 
(See also Commission Merchants.) 
Hoag & WalbriJge, Water 



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CHARLES Ki:\T, JOHN T. NEWTON. 

KENT & NEWTON, 

IIS AT lAW, 

OFFICE, No. 4, Timpany's Block, 

Next to the Postoffice, 

TOUjEIDO, o. 

Railroad Agent. 

Read S.. Water. 

Real Estate and Land Agents. 

Allen N., cor. Oak and Summit. 
Card Piatt, Tinpany blook. 
Scotts & Eaymond, I'd-i Summit. 

Saloons. 

Breuston M. L., 34 Monroe. 

Cline King, 70 Cherry. 

DEDEBICHS ROBERT, ARCTIC 
SALOON, COR. SUMMIT AND 
MADISOX. 

DELANEY JOHN, RIALTO SA- 
LOON, 24 SUMMIT. 

Deibel Fred., 293 Summit. 

GACTSCHENBERGER F., LA- 
GER BEER SALOON, 44 SUM- 
MIT. 

Hamser Louis, St. Clair. 

HARRIS C, MONROE ST. SA- 
LOON, COR. MONROE AND 
ST. CLAIR. 

Hausen P. R., 24 Madison. 

Howser J. M., 225 Summit. 

Hillberry George, 299 Summit. 

Hitchcock & Wilder, Whittlesy. 

Kapp Geo., 391 Summit. 

Riser M., 103 Cherry. 

Koch Geo., Adams. 

MONTAGUE FRED, SALOON 
& EATING HOUSE, 221 SUM- 
MIT. 

Murray P., Ottowa, 

Pfeister J., 188 Summit. 

Rail Z., 240 Summit. 

Schauer R., 195 Summit. 

Smith Fred, Cherry. 



J". O, iKZLOTZ, 

MANUFACTURES 



Of Tobacco Imported from 

HAVANA, PUERTO-PRINCIPE AND SUA(]0, 

AND DEALS IN 

Pipes, Snuff, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. 

No. 26, SUMMIT ST., 

TOI-.EIDO, omo- 



Weber Geo., 391 Summit. 
Weinhart G., 259 Summit. 
Wing Mernek, cor. St. Clair and Jef- 
ferson. 

Sewing Machine Agent. 

CRAFT WM. E., SEWING MA- 
CHINES, 150 SUM3IIT. [See 
card p. 116.] 

Perregog G. W., 151 Summit. 

Ship Carpentei'- 

Crawford E., cor. Adams and Wall. 

Ship Stores. 

Wilcox Bros., cor. Water and Madi- 
son. 

Shooting Gallery. 
Unthank W. W., 103 Summit. 

Steam and Gas JPitters. 

Williams H. J., Madison bet. St. 
Clair and Summit. 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Birckhead P. H., Ottowa. 

SHERMAN H. H., STOVE, TIN & 
HOLLOW WARE, 197^ SUM- 
MIT. [See card p. 125.]" 

Woodruff C. D., Summit. 

Tailor. 

Solis J., 201 Summit. 

Tobacconists. 

Clark T. C, 32 Monroe. 

Hagerner & Co., 187 Summit. 

Halzuartt J. G., 67 Summit. 

Hudlsnalth J. A., Summit. 

KLOTZ J. C, CIGARS AND TO- 
BACCO, 26 SUMMIT. [See card 
p. 124.] 



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125 



H. H. SHERMAN, 



DKALKR l.\ 



SmiUIMHEET-TO, 

Copper and Brass Work. 

AND HOUSE FURMSUING GOODS. 

1»T 1-2, Summit Street. 

TOLEDO, OHIO. 



R. RUDOLPH'S 

Excelsior Photographic Fine Art 

Rooms, 

161 SUMMIT, TOLEDO, OHIO. 

Photographs made of all sizes from 
Minature up to Life Size, Plain and 
Colored in oil or water colors. Also 
Photographs copied and enlarged from 
small Daguerreotypes of deceased or 
absent friends, as perfect as from lii'e. 

Ambrotypes, Maluinotypes, Sphereo- 
types, and all other modern types 
made on reasonable terms, and in the 
best style of the art. 

Tubs and Pails. 

HARRIS & N A S H, iMANU- 
FACTURERSOF TUI3S, PAILS, 
&c., OFFICE 182 SUMMIT. [See 
card p. 117.] 

Undertakers. 
Rigby & Bro., 99 Summit. 

Upholstery. 
Brancr M., Monroe. 

Vinegar Factories. 

Marsh S., 415 Summit. I 

Smith & Yost, 309 Summit. j 

Wagon & Carriage Makers. 

Gove & Conway, 202 and 20-1 Sum- 
mit. 
Hall Wm., cor. Adams and Water. 
JackmanT., cor. St. Clair & Orange. 

"Wheel & Tire Works. 

MOOERS c<c HAMILTON, PROP'S 
TOLEDOUiNION WHEEL AND 



UIJYCK & BROWIV, 

AUCTION AND C01IMI8SI0\ MEllCIIAMS. 

Timpany's Brick Block, 137 Summit St , 
TOLEDO, . . . OHIO. 

STRICT LY COMMISSION BUSINESS. 

(ii'ticrnl Agents for Anicrirnn Maniiructures, 
AVholi'.sale dcak-rs in Jewelry, Yankee Notiuuaand 
Fancy gnods. 

Tlie aiiove liusincfs in all its Iiranclics will be 
protHptly attended to. CofsipnnientH Bolicited. 
Will also attend to the sellinR of Keal Kstato, 
Merchandise, houselmld Furniture, in any part 
ol the city or county, or at the .'^tore. 

RKFKnF.NCF.s:— Messrs. ]{<.gcrs * Lvman, Toledo, 
Secor, Berdan A Co., Toledo, Keeler & lluhbell, 
Toledo, Marine Bank, Toledo, Paul Jones Esq., 
Toledo, Samuel Brooks, Esq., Tolodo. 



CHILL TIRE WORKS, ALL 
KINDS OF WOODWORK 
DONE, COR. WATER AND 
CHERRY. 

Wig Maker. 
Paine E., 39 Summit. 

Wines and Liquors. 

Brand F, & Co., Summit. 
Hargert & Co., 38 IMonroe. 
Isherwood U. S & Co., 71 Summit. 
O'Brien & Poe, GO Summit. 
Wheeler L. & Co., Monroe, 
Wilder & Co., 68 Summit. 



HARTFORD, 

(post office OTTAWA,) 

A village of Ottawa county, Ohio, 
and station on the main line of the 
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad, and 
situated on Portage river, 11 miles 
from Port Clinton, and 8G miles 
from Cleveland. The PostoflBce was 
established in 1840. Population 
200. 



PORT CLINTON, 

A post village and county seat of 
Ottowa county, Ohio, on the main 
line of the Cleveland and Toledo 
Railroad, and on Lake Erie, 120 
miles from Columbus ; 75 miles from 



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Cleveland, and 47 miles from Tole- 
do. 



VENICE, 

A small post village of Erie county, 
Ohio, on the main line of the Cleve- 
land and Toledo Railroad, 3 miles 
from Sandusky. 



BERLIN, 

A post village of Erie county, Ohio^ 
on the Northern Branch of the 
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad, 13 
miles from Sandusky. 



VERMILLION, 

An important post village of Erie 
county, Ohio, situated on the Ver- 
million river, and on the Cleve- 
land and Toledo Railroad, 21 miles 
east of Sandusky, and 40 miles from 
Cleveland. Population 600, 



SANDUSKY, 

The county seat of Erie county, 
Ohio, on Sandusky Bay, and on the 
Northern division of the Cleveland 
and Toledo Railroad. It is the ter- 
minus of the Sandusky, Mansfield 
and Newark, and Sandusky, Dayton 
and Cincinnati Railroads ; 116 miles 
from Columbus, 216 from Cincinna- 
ti, and 61 from Cleveland. It has 
an excellent harbor, and has a very 
extensive shipping trade, as well as 
several manufactories of wood and 
iron. Population 11,000. 



' CITr OFFICERS. 

William S. Pierson, Mayor. 
Frederick W. Cogswell, Clerk. 
William K. Chapman, Marshal. 
John H. Williams, Treasurer. 
A. H. Stryker, City Solicitor. 



and 



CITr COUNCIL. 

First Ward — Enoch Weller 

George Barney. 
Second Ward — John Mackey and 

Chauncy C. Bill. 
Third Ward — James H. Stead and 

Henry J. Dunahoe. 
Fourth Ward — George Ramsey and 

William Hudson. 
Fifth Ward — George W. Barker and 

Vincent Fox. 
Henry J. Dunahoe, President. 
F. W. Cogswell, Clerk. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

• Probate Judge. 



D. S. Worthington, Sherifi". 

0. C. McCoutt, Dep. " 

J. J. Penfield, Clerk. 

G. 0. Selkirk, Dep. Clerk. 

G. U. Smith, Auditor. 

W. H. McFull, Treasurer. 

J. W. Cooke, Recorder. 

J. Mackey, Pros. Attorney. 

J. B. Foster, Surveyor. 

Phillipe Graeffe, Coroner. 

C. Beardslee, County Commissioner. 

Isaac McKissen, " 

Robert Bennett, " 

John Weeden, Director of Infirmary. 

Hiram McMillan, " 

II. G. Depu, " 

CHURCHES. 

First Congregational. 

Methodist Episcopal. 

Episcopal. 

First Presbyterian. 

First Baptist. 

Wesleyan. 

Bethel. 

German Reformed. 

Salem Church, (Evangelical.) 

German Lutheran. 

Catholic. 

German Methodist. 

German Evangelist. 

German Catholic. 

GAS COMPANY. 

Sandusky Gas Company, ofl5ce and 
works on Lawrence, between Wat- 
er and Market. William Hudson, 
Superintendent. 



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127 



SOCIETIES, LODGES, Etc. 

Erie County Medical College, Or- 
ganized April, 185G. 

MASONIC. 

Science Lodge, No. 50, F. A. Ma- 
sons ; stated communications, first 
and third Mondays. Hall over 
Gale's stove store, Water. 

Sandusky City Chapter, No. 72, R. 
A. Masons; stated communica- 
tions, second and fourth Wednes- 
days. 

Sandusky City Council, No. 26, R. 
and 8. Masters; stated communi- 
cations, second Friday in each 
Month. 

I. 0. 0. P. 

Valhalla Lodge, No. 282; charter 
granted February 22, 1855 ; in- 
stituted May 30, 1855; meets ev- 
ery Wednesday evening. 

Erie Encampment, meets first and 
third Fridays in each month, 

OGontz Lodge, No. 6G; meets every 
Tuesday evening. 

I. 0. G. T. 

Eaton Lodge. No. 168; instituted 
May 10, 1856 ; meets every Mon- 
day evening. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT, 

No. 1, O'Gontz, Fire Company, en- 
gine house situated at the foot of 
Hancock. 

No 2, Rescue, Fire Company, engine 
house situated corner Fulton and 
Market. 

No. 3, Hornet, Fire Company, en- 
gine house situated foot of Jack- 
son. 

Hook and Ladder Company, Mar- 
ket, near Hancock. 

YOUNG men's library A.S30CIATI0N, 

Organized February 22, 1854. 



Ambrotype Artists. 

Frisbie J. 31., Water. 
Weeks R. E., Columbus ave. 



Attorneys at Law. 

Bijrelow J. G., Columbus ave. 

BUSH H. C, ATTORNEY AT 
LAW, COLUMBUS AVE. 

Cogswell F. W,, Columbus ave. 

Finch J. J., Columbus ave. 

Goodwin A., Moss Building. 

Hendery A., Columbus ave. 

Lane W. G., Columbus ave. 

McLouth 0. C, Columbus ave. 

Mackey J., Columbus ave. 

REBER & STRVKER. ATTOR- 
NEYS AS LAW, REBER BL'K 
WATER. 

Root J. M., Water. 

Stone W. F., Columbus ave. 

Wildman H. Columbus ave. 

Bakers. 

Kanzler J., Water. 
Waltx Wm., Wayne, 

Bankers. 

Barry, Hibbard & Durbin, 
Converse Henry, Columbus ave. 
Moss Bros., Columbus ave. 

Barbers. 

BOCK M., BARBER AND HAIR 

DRESSER, 213 WATER. 
Kunz P., 191 Water. 
Sharlleau , 4 Columbus ave. 

Billiard Room. 

STAHL GEO .BILLIARD R003I, 
169^ WATER. 

Boarding Houses. 
Ray F. W., Water. 
Schafer C, Water. 
Waller J., Wayne, 

Books and Stationery. 

OLDS CHAS. v., BOOKS & STA- 
TIONERY, COLUMBUS AVE. 

Book Binders- 

Heinke C, Wayne. 
Miller A., Register Blook. 

Boots and Shoes. 
Bright & Cable, 184 Water. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Klei J., Decatur. 

Kuhn J., 217 Water. 

Moss A., 8 Columbus. 

Ohich L., Water. 

Ruppredt J., 105 Water. 

Stapleford & Son, 186 Water. 

Vinton Geo. A. & Co., Columbus 

ave. 
Water H., 189 Water. 
West F. & Co., 165 Water. 

China, Glass and Queensware. 
Brooks L. M. & Co., 146 Water. 

Cigar Maker. 
Fressel J., Fulton. 

Civil Engineer. 
Morton G., 139 Water. 

Clothiers. 

Cahn J) , Water. 
Greenfield M., West House. 
Kronbahl J., 183 Water. 
Latham Wm., 144 Water. 
Large C, Market. 
Meyer G. B., Water. 
Monat L., West House Block. 

Confectioner. 
Miller A., Columbus ave. 

Dentists. 

Caldwell F., West House. 

Delano F., Market. 

May Edgar, Columbus ave. 

Drugs & Medicines. 

ADAMS & FAY, DRUGGISTS & 
CHEMISTS, 152 WATER. 

Graham W. A., cor. Columbus and 
Water. 

Mills Isaac, West House. 

PAPE F. E., DRUGGIST AND 
CHEMIST, 131 MARKET. 

Dry Goods. 

Cooke & Converse, West House. 
WEST W. T. & A. X., WEST 

HOUSE BLOCK. 
Wiley & Bros., Water. 
ZERBE A. & CO., DRY GOODS, 

WATER. 



Dyer & Scourer. 
Comstock B. F., 63 Market. 

Express Agent. 
McClellan T. D., Water. 

Pish Dealer. 
Hosmer & Guesdorf, Water. 

Flouring Mills. 
Pool & Miner, Water, 

Founders and Machinists. 
Horning, Pringle & Co., Water. 

Furniture Dealers. 

Alder & Bach, 190 Water. 
Brainard B., Fulton. 
Gerlaet M., Market. 
Thorpe & Fosdick, Market near 
Post Office. 

Grocers. 

Bauer Adam, Market. 

Bretz John, Water. 

Buyer N. J., Water. 

Davis I. T., 22 Columbus ave. 

Eck J. S., 188 Water. 

Gagen P., Columbus ave. 

Goss Fred Water. 

Lotz H., Shelby. 

Magle G., Water. 

Malany & Costigan, Columbus ave. 

Post & Lewis, Water. 

RatcliflF S. W., 158 Water. 

Robertson & Son, Water. 

Smith Wm B., Water. 

Spinck J., Water. 

Steik W., Market. 

SIMMER MACHER & Co., GRO- 
CERIES, PROVISIONS, FISH, 
&c., WATER. 

Zimmerman & Woolf, cor. Columbus 
ave. and Market. 

Gunsmiths. 

Hanninger A., Market. 
Robinson R. H., Wayne. 

Hardware. 

Barney & ConJery, 70 Water. 
Gale A. H.,139 Water. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



129 





Cor. Columbus Ave. & Water Street. 
SANDUSKY. OHIO. 

The public are respectfully informed that this large and capacious House 
has been opened for the reception of Guests. Tiiis house is one of the 

Replete with all the modern improvements, and furnished throui.'hout in the 
most perfect style, witli 

HOT, COLD AND SHOWER BATHS, 

On every story. Gas and bell in every room. The Furniture is entirely 
new and of the most modern style. This house is so constructed chat there 
are a large number of tvell ventilated parlors, with one, two and three bed- 
rooms attached for the convenience of families. Every attention will be 
paid to the comfort and convenience of Guests, and every exertion used on 
the part of the Proprietors, to make it 



Not only 



A. FIRST CLASS HOUSE, 

■f in its general arrangements, but in its table and management. 



W. T. & A. K. WEST, Prop's. 



Hats, Caps and Furs. 

FERRY AUSTIN, DEALER IN 

HATS & CAPS, 174 WATER. 
Keech C. C, Water. 

Hides, Leather & Findings. 
Niederlauder J. N., Columbus ave. 

Hotels. 

Bourne J. D., cor. Decatur <fe Mar- 
ket. 

Butts Fritz & Brc, Water. 

Fink M., Market. 

Rummell C, Wayne. 

Shelt Mrs. Market. 

WEST W. T. & A. K., PROPRIE- 
TORS WEST HOUSE, COR. 
AVATER & COLUMBUS AVE. 
[See card p. 129.] 

Insurance Agent- 
Anderson Geo. J., Columbus ave. 
Condery W., Water. 

Iron Merchant. 
DONNELL H. H., BAR & SHEET 
IRON, NAIL STORE 230 WA- 
TER. [See card p. 130.] 
9 



Watches, Clocks and Jewely. 

Huetson W. B., cor. West House. 

Nulsy v., 3Iarket. 

Textor & Serch, West House Block. 

Justices of the Peace.. 

KERSHNER W.AI., JUSTICE OF 

THE I'EACE, 146 WATER. 
Myers W. F., Columbus ave. 

Livery Stable. 

Houck Wm., rear of Townsend 
House. 

Lumber, Lath and Shingles. 

ALEXANDER ARTHUR, LUM- 
BER, LATH, SHINGLES, &c., 
FOOT OF WATER. 

Gilcber P., Water. 

Hubbard R. B. & Co., Water. 

Lea J. D., Water. 

Machine Shops. 

Cay & Miner, 219 and 221 Water. 
Center C, Water. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



isroit3M-A.isr ha-IjIj block:. 



230 W^JITEU STREET, 



SANDUSKY. 0. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



lAR&SHI 




, NAILS, m. 

GLASS, PIPE BOXES, FOREIGN IRON, 

SPRINGS AND AXLES, CARRIAGE BOLTS, &c. 

Also, dealers in Tinner's Goods generally, and Agent fur Fire, Burglar and Powder Proof Safes. 

Highest price paid for Rags, Scrap and Wrought Iron. 



Marble Dealers. 

Prost J. D., Columbus. 
Rossiter & Montgomery, Columbus 
ave. 

Meat market. 
Rawsom C. H., Water. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Miller & Bobrahn, 6 Columbus ave. 
Walter J. M., Water. 

Milliners. 
Badsliar Miss., over Converse Bank. 
Scott Mrs. J., Market. 
Smith Mrs., Market. 

Music Teacher. 
Jackson J. R., 5 Columbus ave. 

Newspaper. 

BILL,COOKE & JOHNSON, PRO- 
PRIETORS DAILY REGIS- 
TER, REGISTER BLOCK. [See 
card p. 131.] 

Painters. 

Holland J. W., Water. 
Wagor IT. P., Water. 
Porter Henry, Wayne. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Agard , Register block. 

Dunahoe H. J., Columbus ave. 
Kramer T.. 5G Washington. 

McMeen , Columbus ave. 

Massy Dr., in Week's Gallery. 
Stanley E„ 149 Water. 



Planing mill. 
Reiree Moolsey, Water. 

Printing Office. 
Hartel J. 

Produce and Commission. 

Bear & Alvord, Water. 

Butler S. W., Water. 

Hubbard & Co., foot of Columbus 
ave. 

Thornton & Fitzhugh, foot of Co- 
lumbus ave. 

Upp B., 234 Water. 

Restaurant. 
Fritz, Potts & Bro., Norman Hall. 

Saddlers and Harness Makers. 

Francisco F. H., Water. 
Wagner C, Market. 
Wetterer J., Columbus ave. 
Williams A., Columbus ave. 

Sail maker- 
Douglass A., Water. 

Saloons. 
Banmeister I., Market. 
Buyer J., Columbus ave. 
Buyer N., 158 Water. 
Price T. H., 181 Water. 
Hagy P., 103 Water. 
NICHOLS J. H., WEST HOUSE 

SALOON, WEST HOUSE. 
PEACH R., SALOON. WATER. 
Schafer P., Water. 
Wage P., Water. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



131 



DAILY AND WEEKLY 

COMMERCIAL REGISTER, 

BILL, COOKE & JQHNSON, Proprietors. 
»~^~» 

EVERY VARieT-Y OF 

BOOK A.iS^D JOB r»iiiNTiisra 

E2CECTJTEI3 -WITH DISFA.TCII. 

All orders for Plain and Colored Printing executed in the very best style. 

Show Cards. Ilaml Bills, I'osti-rs, Progriiinmos, Laljeb, Circulars, Letter Ilc-adii, Bill Ucuils. Ball 
TIcketi!, Shippiii)^ Rills, Checks, Envelopes, Urnftj, Ac, &c. 

U. C. JOHNSON, 11. D.COOKE, A. H. AOARD, C. C. BILL. 



Sewing Machine Agent. 
Merriam J. P., 8(J Columbus ave. 

Stone Cutter. 

Sluik & Long, cor. Washington and 
Perry. 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Bailey J., Columbus ave. 

Mattern II., Water. 

RICKERT J. B., MANUFACTU- 
RER AND DEALER IN STOVES 
AND TINWARE, 152 MAR- 
KET. 

Thrashing Machine- 
Messer G. J., ^^'ute^. 

Tinsmith. 
Flood Jos., "Water, 

Tobacconists. 
Black D. Sc Co., West House. 
Greenfield Chas., Columbus ave. 
liextor M., 215 Water. 

Undertaker. 
Zollinger, Wayne. 

Upholster. 
Steitz J., cor. Wayne and Market. 

Wagon Makers. 
Coghlin D., Lawrence. 
Norman it Facer, Market. 

Wines and Liquors. 
Hart, Blatt &, Oltinger, Keech 
block, Water. 



Hosmer T., Register block. 
Porter S., 228 Water. 
Smith & Parsons, 214 Water. 
Vonhausen & Birkmayer, Water. 



CLEVELAND. 

A city and port of entry of Ohio, 
and capital of Cuyuhoga county, sit- 
uated on both sides of the Cuyahoga 
river, at its entrance into Lake Erie, 
and is the terminus of the following 
Railroad lines, viz: The Cleveland 
and Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus 
aud Cincinnati, Cleveland and Ma- 
honing, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. 
Cleveland and Erie, and Cleveland, 
Zanesville and Cincinnati ; 135 miles 
from Columbus, 255 miles from Cin- 
cinnati, 183 miles from Buffalo, and 
144 miles from Pittsburgh. Lat 
41°30'N., Ion. 81<^ 47' W. Popu- 
lation, 60,000. It is nearly one 
hundred feet above the level of the 
lake, and is a beautiful and healthy 
city. The manufactures of the city 
are extensive and important, consist- 
ing of steam engines and various 
kinds of machinery, mill irons, stoves 
plows, carriages, cabinet ware, edge 
tools, copper smelting works, woolen 
goods, tanning aud the manufacture 
of oils. The agricultuaal products 



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of the interior of the the State are 
forwarded here in large quantities, 
which are reshipped for eastern or 
European markets. Ship and Steam- 
boat building is also carried on to a 
considerable extent. The lumber 
trade is one of great prominence. 
The packing of beef and pork is 
largely carried on. The wholesale 
and jobbing business in the various 
mercantile departments, is increas- 
ino- daily. The theaters are, the 
Dramatic Theater on Bank street^ 
the Melodeon on Superior street, and 
Chapin's Hall, all of which are large 
and substantial buildings. 

There are fourteen public schools, 
conducted at an annual charge of up- 
wards of 845,000 

There is a Convent of the Order of 
St. Ursuline on Euclid street, where 
is a free school for Catholic girls. 
A similar school for boys of this d 
nomination, is situated at the rear of 
the Cathedral on Erie street. There 
is also a Convent of the Order of St. 
Joseph on the West side ; together 
with two schools, one for Roman 
Catholic girls and another for boys. 

The city Water Works are situate 
on the west side of the Cuyuhoga, 
and were completed in 1856. 

Cleveland has two Medical Col- 
lages, the one situate on Erie street, 
end the other, called the Western 
College of Homcepathic Medicine, is 
on Ohio street, near Pittsburgh st. 

The Female Seminary is pleasant- 
ly situated on Kinsman street, near 
Wilson avenue, and is incorporated 
by charter. It is a large brick build- 
ing, capable of accommodating 160 
boarders and as many day schollars ; 
stands on several acres of ground, 
and is about two miles from the city. 



There are two Water Cures, one 
situate on Kinsman Street, and the 
other on Sawtell street, and sur- 
rounded by the most pleasant and 
agreeable grounds. 

There is an asylum for Protestant 
orphans situate on Washington 
square, at the junction of Kinsman 
street and Wilson avenue. It is sup- 
ported by voluntary contributions. 

There is an asylum for Catholic 
orphan girls on Harmon street. It is 
partly self-supporting and partly 
maintained by private benevolence. 
There is also one for Catholic orphan 
boys in Ohio City. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 
Edward S. Flint, Mayor, office City 

Hall, Public square. 
C. E. Hill, Clerk, office City Hall. 

CITY COUNCIL. 

Henry S. Stevens, President. 

First Ward — Thomas Quale and J. 
J. Benton. 

Second Ward— 0. M. Oviatt and T. 
N. Bond. ■ 

Third W^ard— H. S. Stevens and A. 
C. Keating. 

Fourth Ward — E. Thomas and Hen- 
ry Blair. 

Fifth Ward— W. B. Reznor, and Jo- 
seph Sturges. 

Sixth Ward— C. J. Ballard and Wm. 
Meyer. 

Seventh Ward— E. S. Willard and 
P. M. Freese. 

Eighth Ward — J. D. Palmer and 
Solon Corning. 

Ninth Ward — Wm. Sabin and Am- 
brose Anthony. 

Tenth Ward — I. U. Masters and 
Wm. Wellhouse. 

Eleventh Ward — J. Coonrad and 
Thomas Dixon. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

J. B. Bartlett, Auditor. 
Wm. Hart, Treasurer. 



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133 



J. WliitelaWj City Civil Engineer. 
E. H. Lewis, Director of lutirraary. 
E. Kussell, Director Board of Im- 
provements. 
S. Leslie, M. D., City Health Officer. 
Jesse Palmer, City fcjoxton. 
A. Roberts, Clerk Board Education. 
J. F. Kennedy, Harbor Master. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Henry C. Hawkins, Auditor. 

John Packard, Recorder. 

Harvey Burke, Treasurer. 

Daniel R. Tildea, Probate Judge. 

Frederick J. Prentiss, Clerk. 

James A. Craw, ISherifi". 

Wm. W. Richards, A. Everett, John 
Barnum, County Commissioners. 

Albert T. Slade Pros. Attorney. 

Frederick S. Smith, George Bing- 
ham, Frank H. Hinman, B. 8. 
Cogswell, Deputy Clerks. 

James H. Miller, Henry X. Johnson, 
Walter E. Lawrence, John Udell, 
Samuel Patrick, Deputy Hherifts. 

A. M. Burke, H. S. Whittlesey, Dep- 
uty Treasurers. 

A. A. Goodwin, Deputy Clerk of 
Probate Court. 

Jehiel C. Saxton, County Surveyor. 

Charles A. Hartman, Coroner. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Thomas Bolton, Horace Foote, Jes- 
se P. Bishop, Judges. 

Frederick J. Prentiss, Clerk. 

James A. Craw, SheriflF. 

The Court of Common Pleas holds 
three sessions every year, in Feb- 
ruary, May and November. 

The District Court, which is compos- 
ed of the Judges of the Common 
Pleas and one Judge of the Su- 
preme Court of the State, holds 
one session each year. The Clerk 
of the Court of Common Pleas is 
also Clerk of all other Courts of 
Record in the county. 

Henry G. Abby, Joseph S. Grannis, 
George H. Wyman, Roland D. No- 
ble, Flarel W. Bingham, William 
K. Sherwin, ^Lister Commissioners 
of Court of Common Pleas. 



CITY POLICE COURT. 

Johnson street, near Water. 
Isaac C. Vail, Judge. 
J. Schroeder, Clerk. 
Merick Barlow, City Attorney. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, CUYAHOGA 
COUNTY. 

Edward Ilessenmuller, Cleveland. 
George B. Tibbits, Cleveland. 
Wells Porter, Cleveland. 
George H. Benham, Cleveland. 
Samuel Foljamtlc. Cleveland. 
Julius H. Brown, Cleveland. 
J. S. Allen, Cleveland. 
Lewis M. Gates, Mayfield. 
Ezra Eddy, Mayfield. 
Montrevillc Stone, StrongS'Cille. 
Lester Miles, Strougsville. 
Thompson Willet, Orange. 
William Stoneman, Orange. 
Daniel A. Miner, Royaltou. 
Joseph Smith, Royalton. 
Hiram McHrath, Euclid. 
M. N. Walworth, Euclid. 
Lucius Dean, Rockport. 
John Barnum, Rockport. 
John Coates, Brecksville. 
Charles B. Rich, Brecksville. 
Otis Farrer, Warrensvillc. 
Joshua C. Cole, Warrensville. 
Edwin Fuller, East Cleveland. 
James Wilds, East Cleveland. 
Chas. S. Ur.derhill, Olmsted. 
William S. Carpenter, Olmsted. 
Leverett II. Johnson, Dover. 
Charles H. Hall, Dover. 
Charles H. Babcock, Brooklyn. 
Felix Nicola, Brooklyn. 
Jeremiah Fuller, Middleburgh. 
Alexander McBride, Middleburgh. 
Philip Henninger, Parma. 
Alfred Fisher, Independence. 
Jesse K. Braniard, Independence. 
Leverett Tarbell, Bedford. 
James C. Cleveland, Bedford. 
Alexander Tossping, Newburgh. 
Javins G. Ruggles, Newburgh. 
Alanson Knox, Chagrin Falls. 
S. S. Wilkinson, Chagrin Falls. 
Asa Emerson, Parma. 
Sidney B. Smith, Solon. 
James Webster, Solon. 



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CLEVELAND BOARD OF TRADE. 

J. L. Weatherly, President. 

L. Rawson, Vice President. 

R. T. Lyon, Treasurer. 

C. W. Coe, Secretary. 

A. J. Holt, M. B Scott, J. G. Hus- 

sey, S. F. Lester, B. Brownell, R. 

Hanna, Directors. 
L. Rawson, H. Harvey, A. J. Holt, 

Reference Committee. 

POST OFFICE. 

Corner Public Square and Superior 
street. 

Edwin Cowles, Postmaster. 
E. B. Chamberlain, Assistant Post- 
master. 
J. F. Tainter, Cashier. 

STREET RAILROADS. 

EAST CLEVELAND RAILROAD OFFI- 
CERS. 

H. S. Stevens, President and Su- 
perintendent. 

A. Van Buren, Secretary. 
Office, Atwater Building. 

KINSMAN STREET RAILROAD OFFI- 
CERS. 

H. S. Stevens, President, 

E. G. Williams, Secretary and Su- 
perintendent. 
Office Atwater buildinor. 



CLEVELAND CITY FIRE DE- 
PARTMENT. 

James Hill, Chief En2;ineer, res. 21 
Oak Place, bet. Fueled and Pros- 
pect. 

David H. Boyd, First Assistant En- 
gineer, res. 28 St. Clair. 

James Logan, Second assistant En- 
gineer, res. 41 Woodbine, West 
side, 

OFFICERS OF THE FIREMEN's RELIEF 
ASSOCIATION, 

John S. Stephenson, President. 
James Stone, Secretary. 
William Hart, Treasurer. 



This Board will meet the second 
Tuesday of each month at Coun- 
cil Hall 

The Cleveland Fire Department hold 
their monthly meetings the first 
Tuesday of each month. 

Office of Chief Engineer, in H. F. 
Brayton's Insurance office, No. 6, 
(up stairs,) Atwater building, Su- 
perior. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COM- 
PANY. 

Office in Washington Block, St" 
Clair street. 

Hiram Sibley, Rochester, New York, 
President. 

Isaac R. Elwood, Rochester, New 
York, Secretary. 

J. H. Wade, Cleveland, 0., General 
Managing Director. 

A. Stager, Cleveland, 0., General 
Superintendent. 

William Hunter, Cleveland 0., Su- 
perintendent supplies. 

Emory Cobb, Chicago, III, C. Dav- 
enport, Cincinnati, 0., Division 
Superintendents. 

A. M. Van Duser, Manager of Cleve- 
land Office. 

H. L. Melton, Assistant. 

E. P. Wright, Chief Operator. 

T. J. Higgins, Manager Auxiliary 
Office, in R. R. Depot. 



WATER WORKS. 

S. F. Lester, President. 
W. B. Castle. 
Peter Thatcher. 

Superintendent and Engineer, Jo- 
seph Singer. 
Secretary, George W. Girty. 
Street Man, Patrick Monks. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

A. G. Lawrence, Judge. 

Chas. W. Palmer, City Attorney. 

Jacob Shroeder, Clerk. 

James A. Craw, City Marshal. 

Thomas Kinstry, Assistant Marshal. 

Fred. Mertensheimer, Prison Keeper. 



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135 



JUDICIARY. 

U. S. DISTRICT COURT. 

Postoffice builJing, corner Public 
Square. 

Hiram V. Wilson, District Judge. 

Frederick W. Green, Clerk. 

Erl Bill, Marshal. 

Robert F. Payne, U. S. District At- 
torney. 

Terms of U. S. & District Courts, 
Second Tuesdays in March, July 
and November. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CUYAHOGA 
COUNTY. 

Thos. Colton, Jesse P. Bishop and 

Horace Foote, Judges. 
F. J. Prentiss, Clerk^ 
F. S. Smith, F. 11. Ilinmann and 

Geo. Bingham, Deputies. 

PROBATE COURT. 

Daniel R. Tilden, Judge. 

Asa A. Goodwin, Clerk. 

James A. Craw, County Sheriff. 

Henry C. Hawkins, County Auditor. 

Harvy Burke, County Treasurer. 

John Packard, County Recorder. 

J. C. Saxton, Connty Surveyor. 

Wm. W. Richards, A. Everett and 
John Barnum, County Commiss- 
ioners. 

A. T. Slade, County Prosecutor. 



CUSTOM HOUSE. 
Opposite Public Square. 

OFFICERS. 

Benjamin Brownwell, Collector. 
F. X. Byerley, Deputy Collector. 
J. M. Armstrong, Inspector and 

Cashier. 
Wm. Abbey, Inspector. 
Robertson Smith, Clerk. 



BOY'S ASYLUM. 

Monroe street, "West side. 



CLEVELAND ORPHAN ASY- 
LUM. 

Kinsman street, near Wilson Ave- 



ST. MARY'S ORPHAN ASYLUM. 
Harmon street, near Kinsman. 



UNITED STATES MARINE 
HOSPITAL. 

Corner Lake and Erie Streets. 
Capt. Lewis Dibble, Steward. 
W. H. Capener, Physician. 
Joseph J. King, Assistant Physician. 



RAILROADS. 

CLEVELAND, COLUMIUS AND CINCIN- 
NATI RAILROAD. 

L. M. Hubby, President. 

E. S. Flint, Superintendent. 

T. P. Handy, Treasurer. 

George H. Russell, Secretary and 
Deputy Treasurer. 

S. B. Jackson, Paymaster. 

Stilman Witt, Samuel Williamson, 
Martin B. Scott, Leander M. 
Hubby, John Miller, Hosea Wil- 
liams, Erastus S. Prosser, David 
Dows, John M. Woolsey, Jacob 
Perkins, Directors. 

CLEVELAND, PAINESVILLE AND ASH- 
TABULA RAILROAD. 

Amasa Stone, jr., President. 

George B. Ely, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

H. Nottingham, Superintendent. 

Alfred Ely, jr.. Paymaster. 

Alfred Kelly, Columbus, 0., Jas. 
Miles, Girard, Pa.; W. D. Beattie, 
Stillman Witt, Thomas M. Kelly, 
Amasa Stone, jr., Wm. Case, H. 
P. Payne, Cleveland, 0.; E. M. 
Gilbert, Utica, N. Y.; Samuel J. 
Randall, Phil.; J. B. Johnson, 
P^rie, Pa.; Hamilton White, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y.; C. C. Dennis, Buflalo, 
N. Y., Directors. 

CLEVELAND AND MAHONING RAIL- 
ROAD. 

David Tod, President. 
Chas. L. Rhodes, Vice President 
and Superintendent. 



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O. M. Buvk, Secretary and Treasu- 
rer. 

David Tod, Reuben Hicthcock, Jo- 
seph Perkins, R. W. Cunningham, 
Dudley Baldwin, Frederick Kins- 
man, Chas. Smith, Henry B. Per- 
kins, Directors. 

CLEVELAND AND TITTSBURGH RAIL- 
ROAD. 

J. N. McCullough, President and 
Superintendent. 

C. E. Gorham, Assistant Superin- 
tendent. 

Edward Rockwell, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

W. W. Chandler, General Freight 
Agent. 

F. R. Myers, General Ticket agent. 

R. F. Smith, Paymaster. 

J. N. McCullough, Wellsville, O.; 
Zalmon Fitch, Jas. F. Clark, Jas. 
Farmer, Henry W. Clark, Cleve- 
land, 0.; W. W. Holloway, Bridge- 
port, 0., B. Brennan, Steubens- 
ville, 0.; Henry C. Kingsly, New 
Haven, Ct.; D. C. List, Wheeling, 
Va.; J. Pennock, J. S. Dilworth, 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; H. Stowe, Beaver, 
Pa., Directors. 

CLEVELAND AND TOLEDO RAILROAD. 

John Gardner, President. 

H. C. Luce, Secretary and Treasu- 
rer. 

L. D. Rucker, Superintendent. 

J. T. Simpkins, Assistant Superin- 
tendent. 

E. Sheldon, Paymaster. 

J. U. Parsons, General Ticket Ag't. 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

The Ancient and Honorable Frater- 
nity of Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons, Biglow Lodge, No. 243, 
meets at Columbus Block, Detroit 
Street, west side. 



Cleveland City Lodge, No. 15, F. & 
A. M., meets on the First and 



Third Tuesday evenings of each 
month at Iris Hall, Forest City 
Block, Siiperior. 



Iris Lodge, No. 229, F. & A. M., 
meets on the Second and Fourth 
Monday evenings in each month 
at Iris Hall, Forest City block, Su- 
perior. 



Webb Chapter, No. 14, Royal Arch 
Masons meets on the First and 
and third Tuesdaysin each month, 
at Iris Hall, Forest City Block, Su- 
perior. 

Oriental Commandery, No. 12, of 
Knight Templars meets First 
Monday in each month, at Iris 
Hall Forest City Block, Superior. 

Eliadah Grand Lodge of Perfection, 
meets Second Friday in 'each 
month at Forest City Block. 



Bahurim Grand Council of Princes of 
Jerusalem, meets Fourth Wednes- 
City day in each month at Forest 
Block, Superior. 



Aril Grand Chapter of Rose Cross, 
meets First AVednesday in each 
month at Forest City Block, Su- 
perior. 



L 0. 0. F. 



Cleveland Lodge, No. 13, meets eve- 
ry Monday evening at Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, cor. Superior and Sen- 
eca. 



Cleveland Encampment, No. 5, meets 
every Second and Fourth Thurs- 
day in each month, at Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, cor Superior and Sene- 
ca. 



Cuyahoga Lodge, No. 22, instituted 
July 15th, 1853, meets every 
Wednesday evening at Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, cor. Superior and Sene- 
ca. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



137 



Erie Lodge, No. 27, meets every 
Friday evening atColumbus Block, 
Detroit, west Side. 

Phoenix Lodge, No. 233, meets eve- 
ry 3Ionday evening, at Columbus 
Block, Detroit, west side. 



Forest City Lodge, No. 162, meets 
every Tuesday evening at Odd 
Fellows Hall, cor. Superior and 
Seneca. 



CHURCHES AND LOCATION. 

BAPTIST. 

First Baptist, cor. Euclid and 

Erie. 
Second Baptist, cor. Erie and Ohio. 
Third Baptist, cor. Clinton and 

State. 
Mission Baptist, cor. Hudson and 

and Scoville ave. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Congregational Church, cor. State 
and Detroit. 

CATHOLIC. 

St. John's Cathedral, cor. Erie and 
Superior. 

St. Mary's Church, cor. Columbia 
and Girard. 

St. Patrick's Churck, Whitman, nr 
Woodbine. 

St. Peter's Church, Superior, cor. 
Dodge. 

St. Vincent's Asylum, under the 
care of the Sisters of Charity of 
St. Augustine, S. Ursula, Moth- 
er Superior. 

disciple's church. 

Disciple's Church, cor. Franklin 
and the Circle. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Grace, cor. Prospect and Erie. 

St. Johns, cor. Wall, West side. 

St. Pauls, Euclid, cor. SherifiF. 

Trinity, Superior. 

Free Chapel and Widows' Home, 
Scovil ave, near Brownell, un- 
der the care of and sustained by 
Trinity Church. 



JEWISH. 

Anche Chesel Congregation, 28 
Eagle. 

Tiffereth Israel Congregation, Hu- 
ron cor. 3Iianii. 

LUTHERAN. 

Evangelical Zion, Bolivar, near 
Erie. 

Trinity Church, Jersey, near Lo- 
rain. 

Salem Church, cor. Eagle and 

Erie. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

St. Clair Street, cor. St. Clair and 
Wood. 

Erie Street. Erie, near Ohio. 

Church Street, cor. Church and 
Hanover. 

Scoville Avenue, Scoville ave, e. 
of Perry. 

Bridge Street, cor. Bridge and 
Taylor. 

City Mission, St. Clair, near Pitts- 
burg repair shop. 

German, Prospect, w. of Erie. 

German, Lorain, cor. McClean. 

African, Bolivar, e. of P]rie. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

First, Public Square, cor. North 
Ontario. 

Second, Superior, e. of the Park. 

Euclid Street, Euclid, cor. Brown- 
ell. 

Associate, Erie, near Huron. 

Westminster, Prospect, cor. Hu- 
ron. 

Mayflower 3Iission Church, Or- 
ange, near Mayflower. 

WESLEYAN METH0D7ST. 

Elucid, near Sheriff. 

GERMAN UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH. 

Cor. York and Bridge. 

MORAVIAN CHURCH. 

Tracy, bet. Lorain and Abbey. 

DUTCH EVANGELICAL PROTESTANT 
CHURCH. 

Corner Erie and Hamilton. 



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TRUE BIBLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 

Cor. Orange and Irving. 

SALEM EVANGELICAL CHURCH. 

Corner Erie and Eagle. 



EDUCATIONAL. 

ST. MARY'S ECCLESIASTICAL SEMINA- 
RY, LAKE. 

Superior — Rev. Francis Salaun. 
Professors — Rev. Louis Hoffer, Rev. 
Francis Sullivan. 

PETIT SEMINARI^. 

Superior — Rev. A. Martin. 
Professors — Rev. J. Carroll, Rev. 
M. Thorp, Rev. J. Callitan. 

CLEVELAND INSTITUTE. 

University Higlits, 1^ miles south- 
east of the Public Square. 

Principal and Proprietor — R. F. 
Humiston, A. M. 

Matron — Mrs. R. F. Humiston. 

Instructors. 

Mathematics and Taxidermy — Chas. 

Buffett. 
Ancient and Modern Languages — 

Karl Ruger, A, M. 
Latin, Grreek and Belles Lettres — 

Jerem. Tingley, A. M. 
Elocution — Rev. J. A. Thorne and 

Alfred Barnitz. 
Vocal Music — Joseph Holbrook. 
Preceptress, French and English 

stvdies — Miss Hellen W. Robbins. 
Drawing and Painting — Mrs. E. S. 

BuffeU. 
English Studies — J. B. Dutton. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



Cleveland Post Office. 

Custom House. 

Cleveland Medical College, Erie and 

St. Clair. 
Western Homoepathic College, Ohio. 
Western Law College, Superior. 
United States Marine Hospital, cor. 

Lake and Erie. 
Female Seminary, Kinsman. 



Cleveland Herald, dailj', 132 Bank. 

Morning Leader, daily, 144 Superi- 
or. 

Plain Dealer, daily, cor. Superior and 
Vineyard. 

National Democrat, daily, 144 Supe- 
rior. 

Morning Review, daily, 184 Supe- 
rior. 

Ohio Farmer, weekly, Lyman's Bl'k, 
Square. 

Commercial Gazette, weekly, 197 
Superior. 

Dodge's Literary Museum, weekly, 5 
Euclid. 

Analyst, weekly, 197 Superior. 

Gleaner, weekly, Atwater Building. 

Waechter American Erie, 181 Onta- 
rio. 



OMNIBUS LINES. 

Kinsman Street, from cor. Superior 
and Water, to Water Cure and 
Seminary. 

Prospect Street, from Omnibus Of- 
fice, through Prospect to Hudson. 

West Side, from cor. Superior and 
Seneca, to Reservoir, West Side, 
through Clinton. 

Depot Line, to all parts of the city, 
on arrival of trains. An Order 
Book is kept at the office, for calls 
from any part of the city, to con- 
vey persons and baggage to every 
train. Carriages, omnibuses and 
wagons for moving parties, by the 
hour or job. Office, 447 Superior. 
H. S. Stevens, prop. 

Omnibus Line, Cleveland & Bright- 
on, M. M. Johnson. Leave Com- 
mercial House at 11 A. M. and 5 
P. M. ; return at 7:30 A. 31. and 
1:15 P. M. 



Agricultural Works. 
Baldwin. Dewitt & Co., office 39 
Centre. 

Ambrotype, Daguerean and. Pho- 
tographic Artists. 
(See also Photographic Artists.) 
Alberts, A., 247 Superior. 



AND BnSINESS DIRECTORY, 



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J O H TV OB .4. T^ L , 

CITY INSPECTOR AND PACKER 

BEEF, PORK ^jSTD FISH, 

AND COMMISSION DEALER, 

No. 50 and 56 on the Dock, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

ay NO CllAUGE FOR CAISTAGK OR STORAGK. ,/3) 
RKFKREKCES:— Ilusgey * M'nrid.-, Bradbiirn & Fisher, U. N. Gatoa .t Son, Mix & Morris, Capt. 
L. A. I'irrce, Agent M. C. R. H., T. N. Hond, \tspnt W. T. Co., Becgo ic Sinclair, A. T. Spencer & 
Co., Chicapo; .1. F. Kirkland, Sliel>ov;ran; Uousnian A- Co., Milwiinlvee; G. Williams & Co., Detroit; 
Ruck.T & lIuMiard. Toledo; Joel S. i'isk, Green Bay; Newl)ury& Goodale, Green Buy. 



SMITH & MATHER, 

^lanufacturers of 




Repairing Done on Short Notice. 

All orders promptly attended to. 
149 West River Srseet, 

WEST CLEVELAND, 0. 



Crobaughs Daniel, cor. Ontario and 

Public Square. 
Green J. M., 2-i3 Superior. 

Architects and Builders. 

(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 

HEARD C.W., ARCHITECT,COR. 
EUCLID & SHERIFF. 

Porter S. C, Perkins Building, Pub- 
lic Square. 

Artists. 

Dolph J. Henri, 9 West Public 
Square. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Axtell S. B. 

Andrews Sherlock J. 

Adams Joseph. 

ADAMS S. E., ATTORNEY AND 
COUNSELOR IN THE STATE 
& UNITED STATES COURTS, 
COR SENECA & SUPERIOR. 

Adams Jarvis M. 

Abbey Henry C 

Abbey Wm. 



C. MOLLEN, 

mm m ((iiiiiissioi 

MERCHANT: 



AVlioIecalc and Ketail 



Jcalcr in Matr^es aub IsluclriT. 

194 Superior St.. CLEVELAND, 0. 

♦ 

Liberal Cash advances made on ev- 
ery description of property sold at 
Auctit)n. 



Andrews Wm. W. 

Arnold Chas. 

ADAMS & CANFIELD, ATT'YS 
AT LAW IN THE STATE <fe 
U. S. COURTS, PROCTERS IN 
ADMIRALITY, 172 SUPERI- 
OR. 

Backus Franklin T. (R- B. & .N) 

Bingham Flavel W. 

BINGHAM GEO. 

Barlow Mervill. (H. & B.) 

Brooks D. W. (B. & F.) 

Baldwin Chas. C. (S. B. P. & B.) 

Boardman W, I. (B. & I.) 

Beavis B. R. 

Bruce Eli. (G. & B.) 

Brown J. S- 

Breslin P. Henry. 

Cartter David K. 

Coon John. (K. i C.) 

Castle Marshal S. 

Caffinberry J. M. (0. <k C.) 

Clapp John II. 

Camp Henry S. 

Carey John E. (W. & C.) 

Coe Amos. 

CrowcU John. 

Collins Wm. 



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No. 29 Superior, up Stairs, 2d Store above C. 0. & 0. E. E. Crossing, 

Keeps constantly on band a full asssortment of 

CHOOL BOOKS. 

4^<S»-#^ 

ALSO A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

Sucli as Bibles, Testaments, Prayer Books, Hymn Books, and all kinds 
of Books of Controversy, also Rosaries and Crucifixes, all of which will 
be sold either at Wholesale or Retail. 



J. A. FIRESTINE, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

LADIE'S & GENT'S 



228 Erie Street, 



Custom Work and Repairing 
promptly executed. 



CANFIELD JASON, (A. & C.) 

Clark Horace D. (C. &B.) 

Chase T. R. 

Dickman F. J. 

Davidson R. A. 

Duffy J. 0. 

Duncan 0. C. B. 

Day Thos. 

DeWolf H. B. (DeW. & D.) 

Dunn . (DeW.& D.) 

DENNIS R. B., ATTORNEY AT 
LAW, 10 PERKINS BUILD- 
ING, PUBLIC SQUARE. 

Estep Ephriam J. (H. M. & E.) 

Elwell J. J. 

EVERETT CHAS. D., ATTOR- 
NEY AND COUNSELLOR AT 
LAW 184 SUPERIOR. 

Fish Chas. L. 

Fitch James. 

Friend John 

Ford i. (B. & F.) 

GRANNIS JOHN C, ATT'Y AT 
LAW, ROUSE'S BLOCK, PUB- 
LIC SQUARE, COR- SUPERI- 
OR. 



A 1> A M MAY, 

Manufacturing Baker. 

All kinds of Crackers, Bread, Soda Biscuit, 
Boston Butter, Wiue and Sugar Crackers. 

Plain and Fancy Picnic Crackers, Cakes and 
Pastry. 

316 Pittsburgh St., CLEVELAND, 0. 



Griswold S. 0. (K. & G.) 

Griswold Hiram. 

Grannis Joseph S. (P. & G.) 

Gollter Pierre A. 

GAGE & BRUCE ATTY'S AND 
COUNSELORS AT LAW, PEN- 
SION, AGENTS & NOTARY 
PUBLIC, 108 SUPERIOR. 

Hitchcock Reuben. (H. M. & E.) 

Herrick Gamiliel E. (H. & B.) 

HAMILTON E. T., ATT'Y AT 
LAW, 101 ATWATER BUILD- 
ING. 

HAIGHT A. B., ATT'Y AT LAW, 
5 ROUSE'S BLOCK, PUBLIC 
SQUARE, SUPERIOR. 

HOVEY FRED, ATT'Y AT LAW, 
121 SUPERIOR. 

Hartness J. A. 

Hessenmueller E. 

INGERSOLL J. E., ATT'Y AT 
LAW, ROUSE'S BLOBK, SU- 
PERIOR. 

Inqersoll E. P. (B. & I.) 

KEITH & COON, ATT'YS AT 
LAW,5 PERKINS BUILDING, 
PUBLIC SQUARE. 

Jones James M. 

Kelly Moses. (K. & G.) 

Keith Myron R. (K. & C.) 

Kinsman E. C. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



141 



J. p. ROBISON. 0. M. OVIATT. 

ROBISON & OVIATT, 

D£AL£IIS IN 

PROVISIOI, Al BEEF AND PORK PACKERS. 

NOS. 40 & 42 RIVER STREET, 

Kunuing through to Meadow Street, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Kerruish W. S. 

Kirk J. J. 

LyndcGeo. W. 

Loomis . (V. & L.) 

Mason James. (H. M. & E.) 

Miller Jacob. 

McReynolds A. 

Noble Chas. W. (R. B. & N.) 

Noble Roland D. 

Nicola Felix. 

Otis W. S. C. (0. & C.) 

Parsons R. C. (P. & G.) 

PRENTISS S. B. & BALDWIN, 
ATT'Y AT LAW 113 SUPERI- 
OR. 

Prentiss Loren. 

PALMER CHAS. W. ATT'Y AT 
LAW, 10 PERKIN'S BUILD- 
ING, PUBLIC SQUARE. 

POOL JOSEPH, ATT'Y AT LAW, 
124 SUPERIOR. 

Paine Robert F. (P. & W.) 

Philpot John T. 

Prentiss I'erry. 

Ranney RufusP. (R. B. & N.) 

Riddle Albert G. (W. & R.). 

Robinson Wni. 

Rider Lorenzo J. 

Russell C. L. 

Stetson Chas. (C. & W. S. S.) 

Stetson Wyllys S. (C. & W. S. S.) 

Spalding Rul'us P. 

Slade Wni., jr. (S. & S.) 

Slade Albert T. 

Sherwin N. B. (S. & S.) 

Sherwin W. K, 

Starkweather S. 

Starkweather S., jr. 

TIIAYKR L. C, ATT'Y AT LAW, 
219 SUPERIOR. 



Vail I. C. 

Van Buren Augustus. 
Williamson Samuel. 
White Bushnell. 
Wyman Geo. H. 
Wade James, jr. 
Willey Geo. (W. & C.) 
Wallace F. T. 

FIRMS OF ATTORNEYS. 

ADAMS & CANFIELD. 

Brooks & Ford. 

Boardman & Ingcrsoll. 

Clark & Burke. 

C. & W. S. Stetson. 

DeWolf & Dunn. 

Gage & Bruce. 

Ilerrick & Barlow. 

Hitchcock, Mason & Estep. 

Kelly & Griswold. 

Keith & Coon. 

Otis ifc Coffinberry. 

Prentiss S. B. & Baldwin. 

Parsons & Grannis. 

Paine & Wade. 

Stetson C. & W. S. 

Slade & Sherwin. 

Vail & Loomis. 

Willy & Gary. 

WILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT- 
TORNEYS AT LAW, 168 SU- 
PERIOR. 

Auction and Commission Mer- 
chants. 

Cutter 0. & Son, lU Bank. 
Hill J. P., 109 Ontario. 
MOLLEN C, AUCTION k COM- 
MISSION MERCHANT, DEAL- 
i ER IN WATCHES & JEWEL 



142 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



\y. p. SOUTHWORTH, 



N. A. WILLIAMS. 



SOUTHWORTH & WILLIAMS, 




AM> J)i:aj.s:;h*^ in 
FLAGGING, CURB, PAVING & BUILDING STONE, 

CUT, OR IN THK ROUGH, 

O Xj E V E Xj -A- 3 Sr 3D , O SI I O . 

OFFICE AND YARD ON COLUMBUS ST., FRONTING THE RIVER. 
A large stock always on hand, and unsurpassed facilities for shipping by 
Lake, Canal or Railroad. B^° All orders filled promptly. 



RY, 194 SUPERIOR. [See card, 
p. 139.] 
3Ioore H., 161 Ontario. 
Sclimerdt, C. F., 203 Superior. 

Astrologer. 
Phillips Wm., 70 Garden. 

Asylum. 

CLEVELAND PROTESTANT OR- 
PHAN ASYLUM, MRS. J. N. 
MASON, Matron, KINSMAN, 
OPP. WILSON AVE. 

Bacon, Hams & Lard. 

Janning M., 179 Lorain. 

ROSE BENJAMIN, CURER OF 
SUGAR CURED HAMS, PORK 
PACKER AND PROVISION 
DEALER, 142 & 144 ONTA- 
RIO. 

Bakers. 

Bahr Henry, 54 Cheshire, w. s. 

Billenstein J., 190 Hamilton. 

Garrian Chas , 195 Lorain. 

Gorham J. H. & A. S., 106 Superior. 

Graf Andrew, 95 Pearl. 

Gunther Peter, 106 St. Clair. 

Loep E., 131 Kinsman. 

Lourie John, 100 Pearl, W. S. 

MAY ADAM, BREAD, CRACK- 
ER AND BISCUIT BAKERY, 
316 PITSBURG. [See card, p. 
140.] 

Mayer Simeon, 159 Pearl, W. S. 

Meryick & Cady, 147 Pearl, W. S. 



Michie Alex., 63 Kinsman. 

Schultte Fred., 190 Pearl, W. S. 

WACKERMAN W., BAKER, CON- 
FECTIONER & GROCER, 193 
ONTARIO. 

Wing Thos., 298 St. Clair. 

Banks, Bankers & Exchange 
Dealers. 

COMMERCIAL BRANCH BANK 
OF OHIO, T.P.HUNDE, Pres., 
D. P. ELLIS, Cashier, ATWA- 
TER BUILDNIG. 

Hrittenden S. W. & Co., 117 Superi- 
rior. 

Hale E. B., Rouse's block, cor. Pub- 
lic Square. 

Merchants Bank, cor. Bank and Su- 
perior. 

Read C. A. & Co., 95 Superior. 

REED CHARLES, BANKER, 95 
SUPERIOR. 

Wason, Everett & Co., 143 Superior. 

Wiek H. & Co., cor. Bank and St. 
Clair. 

Barbers. 

Alston J. T., 266 Superior. 

Barber Ellis Robert, 18 Pearl, W. S. 

Boehm Geo., 46 St. Clair. 

Brown John, 339 St. Clair. 

Day William, 56 South side Public 

Square. 
Deitz R., 92 Erie. 
Etna Phillip, 332 Prospect. 
Hausler A. P., 18 River. 
Heist J., River. 
Jermsran & Alston, Ansrier House. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



143 



F. J. POMEROY, 

Manufacturer of 
ALL KIXDS OF 

BROOMS, 

10 HURON STREET, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

All orders promptly attended to. 



KING JACOB, BARBER AND 
HAIR CUTTER, 117 DETROIT, 
W. S. 

Kress C, under "Wick's Bank. 

Orth D., cor. Franklin and Colum- 
bus. 

Smidt N., New England House, Wat- 
er. 

Waisbraith Martin, cor. Lorain and 
M'Lane, W. S. 

Wilds W. H., 3 Pearl, W. S. 

Baths. 

Raebel Mrs., 97 St. Clair. 
Young Dr. J., 34 & 36 Prospect. 

Bee Hive Manufacturer. 

FLANDERS W. .A & CO., MANU- 
FACTURERS OF FLANDERS' 
PATENT BEE HIVES, OFFICE 
188 SUPERIOR. (See card page 
144.) 

Beef and Pork Packers. 

BALL JOHN, CITY INSPECTOR, 
AND PACKER OF BEEF, 
PORK AND FISH. ALSO, 
COMMISSION MERCHANT, 50 
& 56 ON DOCK. (See card page 
139.) 

Chapin H. M. & Co., Columbus. 

ROBISON & OVIATT, WHOLE- 
SALE DEALERS IN PRO VIS 
IONS, AND BEEF AND PORK 
PACKERS, 40 & 42 RIVER. [See 
card page 141.] 

ROBINSON J. P., BEEF AND 
PORK INSPECTOR. 42 RIVER. 

Wilson F. S., 101, 103 & 105 Riv- 
er. 



J. M. HUGHES, 

Manufactures XX, XXX, Cham- 
pagne, Kennett and Bitter Ales, Por- 
ter and Lrown Stout. 

Office in IJrewcry, No. l.> West Street 
bet. Mcrwiii & Viuyard, 

CLEVELAND, O. 



Billiard Saloon- 
Adams 0. B., 222 Superior. 
Duggan William, 121 Detroit, W.S. 
MABB BRO'S, 104 BA\K. 
MESSNER F., BILLIARDS, 176 

ONTARIO. [See card] 
Richards J., 21 West Public Sq'r. 
Weiden Kopb T., 108 Bank. 

Blacksmiths. 

Bragg B. A., 54 Champlain. 

Culfen C, Perry. 

Horton T., Fair Ground. 

Kelly J., Champlain. 

Kleram John, 405 Lorain, W. S. 

Lachlie Henry, 243 Lorain, W. S. 

LARTER THOMAS, MANU- 
FACTURER OF BLACKING, 
INK AND WATER PROOF 
COMPOSITION FOR BOOTS 
AND SHOES, 102 SUPERIOR. 

Leonard Patrick, 17 Lighthouse. 

Lopp Frederick, 242 Lorain, W. S. 

Mulcany D., 750 St. Clair. 

Murphey John, 183 Detroit, W. S. 

Quile Robert, cor. Michigan and 
Centre. 

Scheurer, F., 360 St. Clair. 

Schuerder A., 215 Garden. 

Weinehart Jacob, 109 Lorain. 

Wetsel J., 162 Garden. 

Wheller B. S., 18 Kinsman. 

Wilks & Gabriel, 70 Michigan. 
Boarding Houses. 

Barker H., 146 River. 

Burrows O. V., 198 & 200 Ontario. 

Coon H. L., 74 Ontario. 

Fang Mrs. M., 142 River. 

Fischer F. II., 104 Water. 

Freselle Mrs., 148 Ontario. 

Saal Geo., 61 St. Clair. 

Boat Builders. 

Lucas William, West River, W. S.^ 

Vaughm J. 31., 76 Washington, W. 
S. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



W- A. FLANDER'S 







« t fy » — — • 



NATIVE AND ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE. 



For State, Town, County and Farm Rights, apply to Proprietors, 



^J^,l\^^^^^}s Office 188 Superior St, CLEVELAND, 0. 

BRAMCai & McMURRAY, Wholesale Grocers, 188 Superior Street, 
Cleveland, 0., are agents for the sale of Flanders & Go's Farm Eights and 
Patent Bee Hives. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. E. BRAMAN & CO.'S 

SEWING MACHINES! 

. — ♦— * 

PRICE #J.O. 

• 1 ♦ » 

Our Machines are Put Before the Public on Their Merits. 

They will be found equal to the most expensive Machines in the 
following particulars, and in some respects 

iiiii uiffdiiikfi oUrJiiiiiUfi: 

1st — In simplicity of construction and action. 

2d — In durability, and non-liability to get out of order. 

3d — In the quality and amount of work it will do in a given time. 

4th — In the facility with which it will work on all kinds of fabrics, from 
the coar-sest to the finest cloths and textures. 

5th — In the ease with which one can learn to use it. 

r)th — While with cheapness, combined with excellence, and in the ease 
with which it runs, it is without a parallel. 

7th. — Cotton, silk and linen can be used from the original spool. 

The elegance, speed and simplicity of the Machine, the beauty and strength 
of the stitch, and adaptability to the thickest and thinest fabrics, will ren- 
der this the most successful and popular Family Sewing Machine now made. 

This Machine will Quilt, Stitch, Hem, Gather, Fell and Embroider — the 
latter is a peculiar feature. For all varieties of work in braid patterns, it is 
very useful. 

MACHINES WARRANTED FOR THREE YEARS. 

Persons in want of Machines are invited to call and examine ours before 
purchasing elsewhere. 

|]^"Agents vvacted to sell tliis Machine in every Town and County through- 
out the United States. Send for a Circular giving full particulars. 

W. E. BRAMAN & CO., 

Cinriiiiinti, Ohio. 



ADVERTISP]MENTS. 



GEO. A. DAVrS, 

Now York. 



B. P. PIEXOTTO, 

Cleveland. 



n. PIEXOTTO, 

C'leveliiud. 



ESTABLISHED IIST 1847. 



DAVIS, PIEXOTTO & CO., 

Alauufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers in 




CORNER SUPERIOR AND WATER STREETS, 

Jind JVo, 5 W*at€r Street^ 



o 



js^isriD 



Same Parties Under the Firm of 

GEO. A. DAVIS & CO., 

360 CAMAL ISTREET, NEW YORK. 



Enjoying greater facilities for the importation, purchase and manufacture of 

our Goods than any other House in Cleveland, we feel 

confident that we can offer 

SUPERIOR CLOTHING, 

At rates equal to any House in the Union. 

We keep on hand and make to order the finest and most fashionable, as 
well as the greatest variety of Clothing — (iarments of every cut, and for every 
age, from children's to men's sizes — to he found in the city. An elegant as- 
sortment, also, of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Rubber Goods, Delano's 
Life Preservers, <kc., ttc. 

N. B. — Country Merchants will find it greatly to their advantage to exam- 
ine our stock and prices before purchasing East or elsewhere. 



AND IJUSINRSS DI RECTOR V. 



14') 



&» miA.mm 



Mamilacturor ami Wholesale Dealer in 



READY-MADE 



9 




GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. &c, 
162 SUPERIOR STREET, 

(Superior Block, opj). Bank Street,) 

CLEVELAND OH lO. 



£Kt5""()r(ler,s solieltcil uiul ))r(»ni|»t attention thereto. 



.IOBg\ 111 I III.A\H», 

ALSO 

Lager Beor Saloon, 

•Ut2 PITTSIUJUC} ST., 

m:vi:LAi\i», «Mio. 

Boiler Plate Makers. 

CLKVKL.WI) BOII.KIl PLATE 
('.... SAMl'KL L. .MATIUOU, 
I'1;KST, .f. W. BltlTTON, SKC- 
RKTAKY. OKFICI-:, (►VIVTT'S 
BLOCK, WOllKS, UN LAKK 
MIOKK. [See card p. UIU.] 

Boiler Makers. 

KIN(} S: FliKKS, IJOILKR MA- 
KKIIS, coll. ST. CLAIll AND 
WASSON. [See card p. lS-{.] 

.M('<ioarry T. .)., Centre. 

SMITH ik .MATIIHH.MANCKAC- 
T nil-; lis OF STFAM r.OIL- 
KRS, &c., Ml) WEST RIVKR, 
W. S. [Sec card p l.'JD.] 
10 



B S T U M P P, 

^raiinraotiuiT of 

BEEF, PORK, FLOUR, OIL 
BEER e ARREILS, 

COOPERAGE. 

Cor. Ward and Monroe Sis, 

m:sT c i.i:ii:i.4:\i>, oiiio. 

JB®'"A11 order.s l'ronii)lIy attended 
to. 



nonnct Bleacher. 
Davi.s F. R., 222 Superior. 

Books and Stationery 

Cobb J. B. & Co., 211 Superior, 
[nf^hani W. A., cor. Pearl and Dc 

troit, w. ». 
KBAMHR HKNItV, SCIIOOI- 

BOOKS ,t CATHOLIC BOOKS, 

2i)SUPKiaoi{, UP STAIRS.— 

[See card p. 1 10.] 
Merrill E. IL, 1") Pro.speet. 
Quinlan T. J., 174 Ontario. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



MERCHANTS' HOTEL, 




1 



zm 



CORNER IVIAIEM AND RIVER STS., 



WEST SIDE, 



1 



G. F. E. WADIEIGH, 



BRAINEED & BUKRIDGE 

Designers ami Lithographers. 

ENGRAVINTW WOOD, 

book: .A.isrxD 

Newspaper Illnstrations, &c., 

In every A'ariety of style. 
(opp. Weddell House,) 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



Boots and Shoes. 



LA- 



ABOLD F. W., DEALER IN 
DIES' FRENCH SHOES, 
SUPERIOR. 

Amman P., 144 River. 

Austen Wm., 26 Garden. 

Barry I., 185 Columbus, w s. 

Beckham N., 884 St. Clair. 

Bergold J. A., 122 Water, bet. Su 
perior and St. Clair. 

Black John, 25 Superior. 

Blatner G., 310 Kinsman. 



Proprietor. 



imili® iSUTIilFF, Agent 

For the Sale of Eights or Territory 

Butler, Hosford & Go's 

PAR AGON GAS LAM PS. 

Agent for making advances on Con- 

sighment^ of Produce for sale 

in New York. 



Will sell on Commission at 

91 Bank St., CLEVELAND, 0., 

Butter, Cheese,Wool, Sheep Pelts, &c. 



Bloom J., 127 Kinsman 
Borgeman John, 256 Perry. 
Bec'dinger H., 3.54 St. Clair. 
Cain & Kneale, 198 Ontario. 
Crowell & Chiles, 143 Water. 
Dachnert Fred., 2U9 Detroit, w. s. 
Deseh L., 533 St. Clair. 
Diehl P., 271 St. Clair. 
Deitz Gottfred, 158 Pearl, w. s. 
Emele C, 405 St. Clair. 
Engle G., Gate's Block, on Dock. 
Erbe A., 262 St. Clair. 



Gi'over & Baker's Family Se^tvin^ IJIacIiines. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



147 







SXJPEJRIOE STREET, 

CLE VELi^ND, O. 



G. F. R. WADLEIGH, PROPRIETOR. 



UNION IRON WORKS. 

Beard s^Torth & Reeves, 

^Manufacturers of 
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE 

STEAM ENGINES, 

BOILERS, 

3Iachinery, Mill Gearings, &c., 

Jobbing and Kepairing Promptly 
executed. 

Cor. Hamilton ftWassonSts., 

CLEVELAND, O. 



Faber Geo., 187 Pearl, w. s. 

Faber Fieldsmith, 151 Detroit w. 6. 

FIllESTINE J. A., BOOTS AND 

SHOES, 228 ERIE. [See card 

p. 140.] 
Gaeberlern P., 398 Perry. 
Geenen L., 132 River. 
Geid Chas. F., 168 Lorain, w. b. 
Gerlach J., 170 River. 
Goodheart S., cor. Pittsburg and 

Kinsmau. 



JOHN GOODMAN, 
Clock and Watch Maker. 

yw Jewelry Manufacturer, 

jg^^^^ and Repairer, 

256 Superior St., 

CLEVELAND, O. 

lias on hand an assortment of 
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Combs. 
Knives, Portmonies and small notions, 

With regard to the quality ami prompt- 
ness of his repair?, he refers to his 17,207 
customers for Clock and Watch repairs from 
February, 1852, to May 7th, 1S61. 



Graham R., 135 Ontario. 

Gross L., 239 Superior. 

Hawthorn A. D., 19 Prospect. 

Heil Wm., 234 Pearl, w. s. 

Hemmerling J., cor. Garden and 
Laurell. 

Herbert John, 191 Lorain, w. s. 

Iloffee Nicholous, 139 Kinsman. 

Huck Albert, 160 Seneca. 

IIUETT, BURGERT & Co., MAN- 
UFACTURERS AND WHOLE- 



Are tlie Best. Price from $40 to $100. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



NEW ENGLAND HOTEL 




CHARLES CoATES. CHARLES BRAMLEY. 

COATES & BRAMLEY, PROKIETOR?!. 
CORNER WATER & JOHNSON STREETS, 

CLEA^ELA^lNrD, OHIO. 

TERMS—OWE DOLLAR PER DAY. 

This House has been enlarged and refurnished, has large airy, well venti- 
lated rooms, is but a short distance from the DejDot, and convenient to the 
business portion of the city. 

There is a large kStable connected with the House for the accommodation 
of patrons. 



A. J. WENHAM, 

Dealer in 

GROCERIES, 

Drugs, Paints, Oils, fee, 

'So. 38 Merwiu St., 
CLEVELAND, OISIO. 



-A., 



Wholesale Dealer in 



8ALE DEALERS IN BOUTS & 
SHOES. 

Jones J., cor. Erie and Ohio. 

Koeckert A., 2G1 St. Clair. 

Koster E., 625 St. Clair. 

Kramer K., 415 Pittsburg. 

Krausss J. G., 221 Lorain, w. s. 

Kroesen Joseph, 100 Lorain, w. s. 

Ivruse Henry, 230 Erie. 

LAUER P., BOOTS & SHOES, 
COR. PEARL AND FRANK- 
LIN. [See card p. 153.] 

Lord H. & Co., 248 Superior. 

Lord John, 224 Superior. 

Lorenz F., 76 Merwin. 

McGuire P. F., 126 Ontario. 

McVeen S., 87 Seneca. 



Watches & Jewelry, 

Plated Ware,, AVhite Goods, Laces, Collars, 

Shirt Bosoms, .fee., 

Smith & Pannel's New Block, Boom No 3' 

184 SUPERIOR STREET, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



Moser E., 78 Water. 

Ncagle Gr., 59 Lorain, w. s. 

Patten L., 147 Brownell. 

PENNING P., MANUFACTURER 
AND DEALER IN BOOTS AND 
SHOES, 88 LAKE. (See card p. 
153.) 

Peters Jacob, 260 Columbus, w. s. 

Potter Henry, 187 Detroit, w. s. 

Pricktle N., 388 Lorain, w. s. 

Purper Wm., Pittsburg. 

Ranney H., 168 Detroit, w. s. 

Ranney J., 140 Ontario. 

Reiderlback P., 549 St. Clair. 

Rosenfelder B., 347 St. Clair, 

Rust August, 364 Lorain, w. s. 

Schnisler J., 276 Pittsburg. 



Cirover & Baker iitake tlie best Se^viugr Macliines. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



141) 



THOMPSON'S HOTEL, 




OEO. XII03X1'S0]V, ----- l*x-oi>vietoi-, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO- 

This House is situated witliin a few rods of tlie Passenger Depots, and is 
one of the most convenient in the city, and is also situated directly opposite 
the Detroit Steamboat Landing corner Front and River Ftreets. Merchants, 
Farmers, Mechanics and business men in general, will find it to their advan- 
tage to patronize this house, as they have no omnibus fare to pay for 
themselves and baggage to come here. What you pay for riding to other 
hotels, will pay your bill with me. This hotel runs a free bus to and from 
the Boats and trains for the accommodation of guests. 

if»iii?le 3IealsT\veuty-five Cts. Board One Dollar per Day. 

Prices rate this house as 2d class, but you will find tlu; accomnio lations 
«'qual to the most of first class hotels. The old motto is, a nimble sixpence 
is better than a slow shilling. When you arrive call for Thompson's 
Hotel. Good trusty Porters at all times in attendance. Large stabling at- 
tached. 



WILLIAM WELLFIOUSE, 

Successor to Z. Jones it Co., 

WHOLESALE DE.\LER IN 

STONE WARE, 

Sewer A* IVafe*' I^ipe, 

FIRI3 BRICK, FIRK CliAV, 

WATER LIME&C, 

On Ri\ ei-, foot of St. Clair SI. 
CCEVELAXD, OHIO. 

F0RW.\RD1NG AND COMMISSION MERCII.\NT. 
Agent for tlic l^ort Stanley l*acket. 

Schreibcr Ceo., 196 Pearl, W. S. 
Sildcn W, 42B St. Clair. 
Sharpe Frederick, 40 Main, W. S. 
SIIER>;A.N Ik 8MITII 3IANU- 
F ACTUIl K RS AN D W HOLE- 
SALE DEALERS IN BOOTS 
SHOES & LEATHER, 17-4 SU- 
PERIOR. 



JOHN HUNTINGTON & CO., 

SLATE HOOFERS. 

AXD DE.4I.ERS I.\ SB..4TE, 
Post Office Box 1909. 

AKi) m.\nitf.\ti:rki;s or 

Asphaltic Composition Roofing. 

A.L,Xi work: ■V^^jft.RRA.rvJTEID. 

Old Tin and Composition Roofs 
of every description repaired and 
warranted. 

Residence, C^^il.ir Street, iieiir •'»?;» A vrnue. 



Sholes T. (;., 231 Superior. 
SMITH, DODD & CO., MANU- 
FACTURERS AND DEALERS 
IN BOOTS. SHOES AND RUB- 
BERS, WHOLE.SALE, 12G SU- 
PERIOR. 
Smith M., 6 Pittsburg. 



For Tailors aud :flan II f'acturcrs. Price $50. ITl Superior St, 



150 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



BURNETT HOUSE, 

Cor. Ontario & Prospect Sts., 

CLEVELAND, O. 

■ » ■» » ■ . 

J. TIISTKER & SOjST, Prop's 

BOARD, ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. 



Siate Roofer. 

American Vulcanized Eoofing. 

Exclusive right to Russell's Patent 

Fire Proof Composition Roofing, 

For Cuyahoga County. 

Office, ■? Perkins' BulBtlsag-, 

ITest Pablic Square, 

CLEVELAND, 0. 

Personal attention to Slate Pioof- 
inc^ in all its branches. 



J. F. BOEGES, AG'T, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 



Corner of Superior and River Sts. 
CLEVELAND, O- 



Snider A., 148 River. 
Snider H., 164 River. 
Spencer & Mellen, 140 Water. 
Sommer L., 8 Union. 
Teirman Arthur, 111 Bank. 
Tomes John, 425 St. Clair. 
Tucker Dan., 154 Prospect. 
Voelker Christian, cor. Champlain 

and Seneca. 
Waliingford C, 181 Lorain, w. s. 
Weber J. C, 152 River. 
Weber & Smith, 181 Pearl, w. s. 
Weed John, 15 Pearl, w. s. 
Whitney Moses, 158 Detroit, w. s. 
Wilker Geo., 404 Lorain, w. s. 
Wltzel P., 84 Greenwood. 
Wetzel Rudolph, 119 Seneca. 
Woerhle F., Gate's Block, on Dock. 
WOLKE H., DEALERIN BOOTS 
^ AND SHOES, 30 SUPERIOR. 
Yates, Wm., cor. Scovel and Laurel. 

Botanic Eclectic Medicines. 

Keeler C. J., South-west cor. Public 
Square. 



A. large assortment of uu- 
manufactured Goods which I con- 
staiitl}^ keep, will be made to order 
on the shortest notice and in the 
best style. 



Bowling Alley. 
Robinson Wm., 407 Lorain, w. s. 

Brass Founders. 
Farnan Walter, Centre. 
Heath J., 15 Vineyard. 

Brewers. 
Bishop J. A. & Co., Pittsburg. 
DANGELEISEN JCHN, BREWER 

OF LAGER BEER, FOREST. 
Gehring Chas., cor. Freeman and 

Brainard, w. s. 
HUGHES J. M.. BREWERY, 

MANUFACTURES XX, XXX. 

ALB AND PORTER, BROWN 

STOUT, &e., 15 WEST, BET. 

MERWIN AND VINEYARD. 

[See card p. 193.] 
Kindsvater & Moll, 141 Hamilton, 
Lloyd H. & Co., 19 St. Clair. 
Newman T., 32 Erwine. 
Quinn John, 32 Michigan. 
Stoppel J. & Co., cor. Canal and 
^ Ohio. 
Stumpl M., Lake, near Clinton. 



Grover & Baker's Family Sewing Machines. 



yND business directory. 



15 



WASHINGTON HOUSE. 



1. MERKEL, PROPR 

NO. 38 RIVER STREET. 

Opposite the Cleveland and Chicago Kail Koad Depot 
and the Steamboat Landing. 

CLEVELAND. OHIO 



A. J. 



HOLT. - - - - HEMAN OVIATT. 

HOLT & OVIATT. 

AND 

Commission Merchants. 

Warehouse at Junction of Canal & River. 
CLEVELAND, O . 

REFER TO — 
i\ P. Handy, Cas^hier, 11. B. Hurlbut, 
Cashier, T. M. Kelly, President. Levi 
Rawson, N, C. Winslow, Hanna, (!ret- 
son, it Co., Cleveland— Wright, Gillet, 
&RavFson: llolcomb. Harvey, & Co; 
J! H. Drake ct Co., New York; Isaac 
Steese, President, Massilon, 0.; War- 
ren, Porter it Co., Cincinnati, 0. 



Briek Makers. 

Eukers Jolni, Pittsburg. 

WHITE it C03IST0CK, 3LVNU- 
FACTUREllS OF COMMON 
MUD AND STOCK BIIICK, 
COR. ELM AND MAIN, W. S. 

Bridge Builders. 

KING & rREE>, BRIDGE BUILD- 
ERS. &c., COR. ST. CLAIR 
AND WASSON [See Card p 183.] 

THATCHER, BURT & CO., 
BRID(iE BUILDERS & LUM- 
BER DEALERS, 197 MERWIN. 

Broom Manufacturers. 

rOMEROY F. J., BROOM MAN- 
UFACTURER, 10 HURON. (See 
card p. 143-) 

Brush Manufacturers. 
Figer Benedick, 142 Champlain. 
Pate William, 87 Champlain. 



C. T. MORSE. 

138 SUPERIOR ST., 

CLEVELAj^D, OHIO. 

Wlioles.'ile Dealer in Iini)orte(l ami Domestic 

CIGARS, LEAF TOBACCO, 

MEERSCOALMI PIPES. 

French Clay, African Bryer ami Other Pipes, 

Manufactured Tobaccoes. Playing Cards. 

&c., Also Manufacturer of Choice 

Brands of Cigars. 



Builders, 

(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 

DclandC. R.. 43 Walnut. 

SOUTHWORTH k WILLIAMS, 
BUILDERS & DEALERS IN 
STONE FOR BUILDING, (fee, 
COLUMBUS. (See card p. 142.) 

Zoetcr J., Perry. 

Butchers. 

(See also Meat 3Iarkets.) 
Emerich George, 81)6 St. Clair. 
Fronenfelder John, 182 St, Clair. 
Greening J. 113 River. 
Hartman Joseph, 299 Kinsman. 
Heimerdinger & Hausheir, 121 

River. 
O'Connel Matthew, cor. St. Clair and 

Sterlin^ave. 
Ruscoptf Chas., 330 Erie. 
Scherwitz F., 2G0 St. Clair. 
Wetzel Peter, 32 Pittsburg. 



Are the Best. Price from $40 to $100. 



152 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



CHARLES W. STEARNS. 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

Berea& Independence Grindstones. 

SHOEMAKEES' SAND STONES. 

Curriers' Bloclts, MitclieBi Cirlmtl SIomcs, & Fiag^ging^ Stone. 
OFFICE AND YARD, FOOT OF VINEYARD STREET HILL. 

C LEVEL AMD, O. 



JOHN BASHOLD. 

MANUFACTDKER AND DEALER IN 

Flour, Beef, Pork and Beer Barrels, Firkins, 

Kegs and Buckets of every Description, 
229GAROE?8 STREET, 

8®, Particular attention to all 
orders, 



JOffl]V "WEBER. 

DEALER IN 



SHIP STORES, 
! China, Glass, & Queensware, 

rtOUR, FISH, &.C., 6ic. 

162 RIVEBTSTr 

CI.EVEI>ArVB,OfiSIO. 



Cabinet Makers & Furniture Dea- 
lers. 

Beckenback W. ,fe II., 274 St. Clair. 

Belshtine Henry, 87 Grarden. 

Clans W., 153 Pearl, w. s. 

Grothe Julius P.. 231 Lorain, w. s. 

HART WILLIAM, WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALER IN 
CABINET AND CHAIR MAN- 
UFACTURE, 107 WATER. 
(See card p. 105.) 

Leopold & Brothers, 200 Lorain, 
w. s. 

Owce Andrew, 124 Pearl. 

PULLS JOHN, CABINET MA- 
KER AND GENERAL UNDER- 
TAKER. 154 AND 15(i DE- 
TROIT, W. S. 

SCHULTZ FERDINAND E , 
M ANU FACTURERAND 
DEALER IN CABINET FUR- 
NITURE, 69 ONTARIO, BFT. 
ST. CLAIR & LAKE. 

Seitz L., 340 Prospect. 

Spear James, 77 Pittsburg. 

Warner F.. 264 St. Clair. 

Whittinburgli Chas., 33 Cherry. 

Carpenters and Builders. 
CorlettAr Cubban, 101 Prospect. 



Denham L. SheriiF. 
El-wine William, 29 Monroe, w. s. 
Spangler A., 163 Hamilton. 
Stevenson & Thompson, 125 Brow- 

nell. 
Ward E. M., Jackson. 
Wood M., 340 Lorain, w. s. 

Carpets and Curtains 

Beckwith T. S., 189 Superior. 

Carpet Tack Maker. 
Phillips Geo. P., 70 Garden. 

Carpet Weaver. 

Elmers H., 279 Lake. 
Carriage and Wagon Makers. 

Black Peter, 33 & 35 Pittsburg. 
Burke & McLaughlin, cor. Centre 

and (/olumbus. 
Drum J., 101 Bank. 
Dromm J.. 93 Seneca. 
Ernest Joseph, 413 Pittsburg. 
FREY PHILIP, CARRIAGE 

PAINTER, Cor. SENECA AND 

MICHIGAN. 



GroTer & Baker make tlie best Sewing Machine. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



153 



L. A. PIERCE, 

General Agent Michigan Central R. R. Line, 

STEAMERS ''OCEAN," ''MAY QUEEN," 
11II*JE R S TRIE E T, 



Cor. PEAEL & FEANKLIN STS.,West Side, 

CLEVELAND, O. 

Has constanllj" on hand a well selected 
stock of Dry Gobds, such as DeLanes, 
Lawns, Aljiacas, Merinos, Ginghams, Eng- 
lish and Anu-ricau Prints at very low prices. 
Bleached and L'nbjeached Cloths, Table 
Linen, Bed and Table Spreads, Diaper and 1 
Crash, Iloosiery and Gloves Particular 
attention paid to Trimmings. Buttons and 
Tassels, a great variety and best article. — 
Cloths and Cassinieres for Youths and Men, 
a nice assortment. In short all demands 
in the line of Dry Goods satisfactory. Millin- 
ery Goods of all discriptions. Also, Hats 
and Caps from Infant to Man. Wall and 
Window Paper, Shades and Fixtures, and 
the Holland Linen of all Widths. Then 
Crockery and Glassware, House Furnishing 
and Hardware Goods. Again — Shoes ot 
every Description, also the very best Eng- 
lish Prunelle Gaiters, for ladies' ware* 

Please call and examine our stock, and 
remember our motto, '-Small Profits and 
Quick Sales"- P. LAUER. 



(jabriel & Edee, 4G Michigan. 

1I0FF31ANN FREDERICK, 
MANUFACTURER OF CAR- 
RIAGES AND WAGONS, 103 
DETROIT W. S. 

Hurlbert A. \\ ., 205 Ontario. 

Kayleber & Knapp, 96 Champlain. 

Ranch J., l':50 Pearl, W. S. 

SMITH A., CAllRIAGE MAKER 
AND RLACKSMITH, 38G & 
388 PITTSBURG. 

Wcnban John, 37 Pearl. 

Willows Thos., 35 Pearl. 

Car Wheel Manufacturer. 

Carpenter S. M. & Co., near R. R. 
Iron Mill. 



P. P»Eisr]Nriisra, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

LADIES' & GENTS' 

Boots and Shoes, 
CLEVELAND, 0. 

JS^" All kinds of Boots and Shoes 
Made or Repaired in the Best Man- 
ner. 



China, Glass and Queensware- 
GxVRDNER A. S., WHOLESALE 
DEALER IN CHINA, GLASS 
AND QUEENSWARE, 220 SU- 
PERIOR. 
Huntington & Brooks, 138 Water. 

Cigar Stores. 

Beggs ct McFadden, 122 Ontario. 

Brona Frederick A., 34 Pittsburg. 

Deitz George, 112 Champlain. 

DEITZ GEORGE, DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF LEAF TO- 
BACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, 
155 WATER & 112 CHAM- 
PLAIN. 

Douglas T. C, 10 Pearl, w. s. 

Haag C. L., 212 Ontario. 

Iluneng Chas., GO Superior. 

Keepler Mrs. L., 110 Superior. 

Krauss J. F., 210 Pearl, w. s. 

Lichtenstadter J-, 210 Pittsburg. 

Lyman J., 32 Merwin. 

Mier Frederick, 182 Lorain, -y. s. 



For Tailors and Manufacturers. Price $50. ITl Superior St 



154 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



ROBEUT HOLMES, 

Manufacturer of 

PLAIN and ORNAMENTAL IRON RAILING, 

BALCONIES; VEMNDAS, WINDOW GUARDS, BOOK 
Safes, Iron Doors, Shutters, Iron Bedsteads, Sky- 

Lighis, Gratings, Stairs, and House-smitli Work in General, 

nSTos. 17 & 19 Vineyard Street, 
CLEV^ELAlSri:), OHIO. 

p. O. BOX 2Ofi0. 



UNITED STATES 

ANH FOREIGBf 




B3AINERD & BUERIDGE, 
No. 134 BAMK. STREET, 

OPPOSITE WEDDELL HOUSE, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



MORSE C. T., WHOLESALE 
DEALER IN IMPORTED AND 
DOMESTC CIGARS, LEAF 
TOBACCO, 138 SUPERIOR. 
[See card p. 151.] 

Moses M., 202 Ontario. 

Scliarfenberg L., 293 St. Clair. 

STEWART G. W., CIGARS AND 
TOBACCO, 129 BANK. [See 
card p. 1C3.] 

Walter Alexander N., 102 Superior. 

Young G. W. H., 16 Pearl, w. s. 

Civil Engineer. 
Pillsbury J. M., Bank. 

Clothing Stores. 

Beeknian Henry, 58 Superior. 

BORGES J. F., MANUFACTUR- 
ER AND DEALER IN READ 7 
MADE CLOTHING, COR. SU- 
PERIOR AND RIVER. [See 
card p. 150.] 

Cohen E., foot of Superior. 

Cohn L. H., 54 Superior. 

DeRoy Abraham, 62 Superior. 

DETMER G. H. & SON, WHOLE- 



SSEKTRY MIILI^Eia, 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

AND CUTTER. 

Garments Made and Cut in the very 

Latest Style. 

100 Lioraiii Street, 

CLE VELAN I> . O. 



SALE AND RETAIL DEAL- 
ERS IN READY MADE CLO- 
THING, 156 and 158 RIVER. 
[See card p. 169.] 

DeWitt J. H., 7 West Public Square 

Gaelheart ±j., 54 Superior. 

Halle I., 212 Superior. 

ISAACS ISAAC A.,UNION HALL 
CLOTHING HOUSE, CORNER 
UNION & SUPERIOR. [See 
card p. 155.] 

KRAMER HENRY, WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALER IN 
READY MADE CLOTHING, 
92 SUPERIOR. [See card p. 
156.] 

Kramer J. G., 27 Superior. 

Koch Levi & Mayer, 147 Water. 

LIEBENTHALM., WHOLESALE 
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CASSI- 
MERES, VESTINGS, GENTS' 
FURNISHING GOODS, &c.,&c., 
273 WATER, UP STAIRS. 

Loeb A. & C, 200 Superior. 

Mandelbaum J., 238 Superior. 

MANN S., MANUFACTURER & 
WHOLESALE DEALER IN 
READY MADE CLOTHING, 
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 
&c„ 162 SUPERIOR. [See card 
p. 145.] 

Nusbaum M., 208 Superior. 

Ochsmer J. & M., Superior Lane. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



155 



ISAAC Ai ISAACSi 




P: ^. ^ 



ISAAC A. ISAACS, 

COR. UNION AND SUPERIOR m. 




MEN'S, YOUTHS' & BOYS' READY-MADE CLOTHING 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, 

Also TAILOR'S TRIMMIIVGS, 

UJMXUJM xxxLJuJu^ 

THE LARGEST AIVD MOST MAG^IFICEXT 

READY-MADE CLOTHING & CLOTH WAREHOUSE 

IN THE WESTERN COUNTRY, 



This Mammoth Clothing Emporium is constantly filled with the most 

Extensive and most Fashionable stock of 

TUSJ^ID-^ I^J^ID:^ CX^OTIEHIIlSTG-, 

For Mens', \ouths' and Boys Wear, of our own manufacture, together 

with the greatest variety of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings of 

the latest importations, 

Fiirniiiihing^ Goods and Tailor';;) Triiiiiniii^!!), 

Of all descriptions, all of which we sell at the very lowest prices, and re- 
spectfully invite Western Merchants to an inspection of our Stock. Sole 
Agency for the sale of Singers Celebrated Sewing Machines, and Storr's 
Automaton Pressman, at ^Manufacturer's Prices at 

ISAAC A. ISAACS, Uuiou Hall, cor. Superior and Union Streets, 



156 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



READY MADE CLOTHING 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &c. 

Clothiuff Made to Order on short ?Jotice and in the best Style. 



No. 29 Superior St.; 2d Store above the Crossing of the 0. 0. & C-E. E. 
CLEVEL^lSri:), OHIO. 



HOTEL KEEPER. 

Cor. Pittsburg & Liberty Sts., 
CLEVELAND, O. 



.A^. It.. JE^.^k.ir, 



« Mil MO 



BEER HAll 

64 St. Clair St., 



DAVIS, P E I X T T & Co., 
WHOLESALE DEALEllS IN 
CLOTHING. 3 and 5 WATER. 

Roemer Henry, 151 Water. 

Schroab A., 254 Superior. 

WAGMAN & BERGMAN, MAN 
UFACTURERS & DEALERS IN 
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, VEST 
ING8, GENTS' FURNISHING 
GOODS, &c., 246 SUPERIOR. 

Wilde James, jr., & Co., 230 Supe- 
rior. 

Coal Dealers. 

BUTTS F. & CO., WHOLESALE 
COAL DEALERS, GOVERN- 
MENT PIER, ON DOCK. (See 
card p. 162.) 

Clark, Aaron. Superior. 

Cross & Pnyne, foot of Bath. 

Evatt Cha<., Franklin, w. s. 

Golerick Peter, Lake, near the Rail- 
road. 



J. & S. NEWMAN, 

COOPER, TUB 



VAT MANUFACTURERS, 

Cooperage, 43 & 44 Erwin, 



Hammond E. N., Euclid, near Pub- 
lic Square. 

Hovey H. D. & Co., cor. Marion and 
Centre. 

Rhodes & Card, foot of West River, 
west side. 

Todd, Yates & Todd, Columbus st. 
Bridge. 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 

FRISBY, STEPHENS & CO, COF- 
FEE & SPICE MILLS, 20 MEfl- 
WIN. [See card p. 166.1 

SMITH & CURTISS, COFFEE k 
SPICE MILLS, 207 ONTARIO. 
[See card p. 161.] 

Collecting Agent. 

Judson F., 10 Perkin's Buildin,<r, 
Public Square. 

Commission Merchants. 

Anderson P., 10 Oviatt's Block. 
BALL JOHN, 50 & 56 ON DOCK. 

[See card p. 139.] 
Begges & Sinclair, 91 River. 
Bond & Spencer, River. 
BROWN J. 0., COMMIS.^ION 

MERCHANT, 180 SUPERIOR. 
Burt, Clark & Co., 64 River. 



Grovcr & Baker's Family SeTrlng Macliincs 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



157 



fllllAMS^ FABK 



MESSNER & ELMER 



1. MESSNER. 



We respectfully inform the Public that we have opened, 
at the above Park, 



fU^Jlli 



Which we can recommend as a place of resort for families who wish to 
enjoy their Summer evenings agreeably. 

BeinLT situated at the eastern terminus of the Kinsman Street Railroad, 
Cars will run to and fro every ten minutes. Fare five cents. ■ 

Concert Every Evening. 



Carlisle John, 40 and 42 River. 

glakk, gardner & co., pro- 
ducp:, commission mer- 
chants AND DEALERS IN 
GRAIN, FLOUR, FISH, WA- 
TER LIME, PLASTER, SALT, 
&c., 39, 41, 43 and 45 RIVER. 
[See card p. 167.] 

Comstock & Newberry, 150 Ontario. 

Conklin E , 38 Merwin. 

CUNNIN(;HAM JAS. S., FOR- 
WARDING & COMMISSION 
MERCHANT, OYIATTS EX- 
CHANGE. [See card p. 168.] 

DAVIS & VORCE, GENERAL 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS 
FOR THE SALE OF FLOUR. 
GRAIN, PRODUCE, PROVIS- 
IONS, &c., &c.. 77 RIVER. 

Fargo \Vm. H. & Co., 22 Merwin. 

HOLT tt OVIATT, STORAGE, 
FORWARDING AND COM- 
MISSION M E R C H A N T S , 
JUNCTION OF CANAL AND 
RIVER. [Sec card p. 151.] 

Hughes & Lester, River. 

Hussey & McBride, 127 River. 



LyonR. T, 50 Merwin. 

Melincli Wni., 24 Merwin. 

Murray Sc Stewart, 68 River. 

Otis & lirowncll, River. 

PELTON & BREED, COMMIS- 
SION AND FORWARDING 
MERCHANTS, COR. MERWIN 
AND DIVISION. 

Rawson Levi, Oviatt's Exchange, 1 
on Dock. 

Sackett A., 10 Oviatt's Block. 

Sharman Kinsley, West River, w. s. 

Stillwcll & Percival, 55 Merwin. 

THORMAN S. & CO., COMMIS- 
SION IVIERCHANTS, DEAL- 
ERS IN AVOOL,SHEEP PELTS, 
CALF SKINS, HIDES, FURS, 
TALLOW, &c. 

Walton T. A., 139. 

WIENER A. & CO., PRODUCE 
CO.MM ISSION M E RC HAN TS, 
FOR THE SALE OF GRAIN, 
FLOUR, n U T T E R , EGGS, 
C H EESE, HI DES. H I GH 
WINES, SEEDS, &c., 30 RIVER. 

Whitelaw, Root & Co., Davis Block, 
7 Water. 



Are the Beist. Price from $ 10 to $100. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



n. GARRETSON. 



HANNA, GARRETSON, &, CO., 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Commission Merchants and Dealers in 

PRODUCE, SALT, FISH, &c., 

Nos. 169 and 171 River St, on River. 
CLEVELAND, OHIO, 



Confectioner's 

Boltz Fred. 

Heckman L., 13 Water. 

Heckmaii V., 149 Detroit, w. s. 

Hersel N., 247 St. Clair. 

Moore N. 11., 18 Pittsburo;. 

MOULD & NUMSEN, MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF CANDIES, CON- 
FECTIONARY, ETC., 122 SU- 
PERIOR. 

Schrink John, 23 Public Square, w. 

Stacy Josiah, cor. Euclid and Public 
Square. 

Wiser C. (x., 110 Ontario. 

Contractors and Builders. 
BLACKBURN & FULLER, CON- 
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS AND 
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 
FINISHED WORK ALWAYS 
ON HAND, 36 OREGON. 

Coopers. 

BASHOLD JOHN, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF ALL KINDS OF 
BARRELS, KEGS, &c., 229 
GARDEN. (See card p 152.) 

Craw W. V. 24 Lighthouse. 

Emerick Julius, 61 Ward, w. s. 

Enkler Win.. Brainard, w. s. 

Lander R., 136 River. 

LEIBLEIN GEO., MANUFAC- 
TURER OF ALL KINDS OF 
COOPERAGE, 54 LORAIN, 
W.S, 

Miller Michael, 62 Orange. 

NEWMAN J. & S.. COOPER. 
TUB &VAT MANUFACTUR- 
ERS, 43 and 44 ERWIN. (See 
card, p. 156.) 



Saddle Lewis, River, w. s. 
STUMPP B., MANUFACTURER 

OF BEEF, PORK, FLOUR, OIL 

AND BEER BARRELS, COR. 

WARD AND MONROE, W. S. 

[See card, p. 145.] 
Weis Philip, 37 Erwin. 

Coopers Tools, &g. 

HIGLEY M. E., MANUFACTUR- 
ER OF TRUSS HOOPS, COOP- 
ER'S TOOLS, BOARD RULES, 
&c., 30 CENTRE. 

Copper Plate Engraver. 
Hopkins J. E., 197 Superior. 

Coi'n Mill and Grain Elevator. 

Bavnum T., cor. West River and 
Main, w. s. 

Country Produce. 

Dowse, Hollister, & Co., 177 Onta- 
rio. 

Crockery 

Cunnington A., 300 St. Clair. 
Duffner Joseph, 192 Lorain, w. s. 
Fogg W. P., cor. Superior and Sen- 
eca, w. s, 

Curer of Hams. 
Rose Benjamin, 142 and 144 Onta- 
rio. 

Daguerrean and Photographic 
Materials. 

DOUGLAS R. B., MANUFACTU- 
RER & DEALER IN DAGUER- 
REAN & PHOTOGRAPHIC 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



159 



G. \V. MOKini.I., 



r,. n. HOW Ens. 



iViORRiLL 1^ BOWERS, 

(Successors to C. Wason <k Co.) 

CAR BUILDERS, 

KEAR THE PITTSBURG R. R. SIIOFS, 

CLEVJUL^ISTD, OIIIO. 

Passenger, Baggage, Freight, Dumpers, Hand Cars, &c., of the best 
quality in style, workmanship and material, made to order, wilh prompt- 
ness. 

B@^Orders respectfully solicited, with the assurance that no pains will 
be spared to give entire satisfaction in all cases. 



MATERIALS; ARTISTS MA- 
TERIALS. 178 SUPERIOR. 

Dentists' 

AMBLER DR., DENTIST, 136 
SUPERIOR. 

Buffctt L., 243 Superior. 

Dickersou M. I., 257 Superior. 

Guild W. J., 17 Bolivar. 

Ilallewell & Daniels, cor. Ontario 
and Public Square. 

ITorton W. P., cor. Euclid and Pub- 
lic Square. 

Langsdorf Dr., 48 Public Square. 

Moore J. G., 235 Superior. 

Morse A. P., 117 Detroit, w. s. 

Pollock David, 13 lloflfman Block. 

Robinson B. P., 00 Wood. 

Slosson Dr T. S., 8 Ilofifman Block. 

Strickland B., 15 Euclid. 

Wright M. L., 200 and 208 Lake. 

Deputy Clerk in the Cuyahoga 
County Courts. 

BINGHAM GEORGE, DEPUTY 
CLERK IN CUYAHOGA CO. 
COURTS, COURT HOUSE 
PUBLIC SQUARE. 

Distillers and Rectifiers 
[See also Rectifiers.] 
BUHRER S., DISTILLER ii REC- 
TIFIER OF PURE ALCOHOL 
& COLOliNE SPIRITS, &c. 
HEWITT'S BLOCK & 70 MER- 
WIN. [See card p 17it,J 



Draughtsman. , 

Whitney E. J., 7 Perkin's building, 
Public Square. 

Dress Makers- 

[See also Milliners and Dress Ma- 
ke ns.] 
Chambers Miss R., 10 Hoffman's 

block. 
Cox Miss J. & M., 112 Erie. 
Herbert Leonea, 210 St. Clair. 
Staats Mrs. E., 108 East Public 

Square. 

Druggists. 

Benton Brothers, 130 Detroit, w. s. 

Bock A. W., 158 Ontario, 

Brewer N. C. & Co., 13 Pearl, w. s. 

Churchell & Bro.. 5 Ontario. 

Dalton Frederick, 185 Pearl, w. s. 

FENTON C. F. i Wm. M. , DEAL- 
ERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, 
OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, GRO- 
CERIES, &c., &c.; 108 RIVER. 

Fenton 0. F. & W. M., 108 River. 

f isk W. 119 Superior. 

Gasser J. J., 319 St. Clair. 

GAYLORD E. F.. WHOLESALE 
DHU(iGIST— PAINTS, OILS, 
DYESTUFFS, GLASSWARE & 
PHOTOtJRAPHlC GOODS, 120 
SUPERIOR. 

Gaylord II. C, cor. Superior and 
Public Square. 

Hill F H., 159 Browncll. 

Hopkins Dr. R. C, 04 Euclid. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Cleyeland Boiler Plate Co., 

Manufacturers of Hammer Welded 

BOILER IRON, 

Locomotive Fire Box Plates, Propeller Blades, &c., from Lake 

Superior Iron. 
— -^ < ■ » * > 

Works on Lake Shore, near Wasson's Car Factory. Office in Oviatt's Block, 



8AMUEL L. MATHER, Prest and Treas., J. W. BRITTON, Sec'y. 



WOOLSON, HITCHCOCK & CARTER, 

Manufacture and Sell at Wholesale, 

"THE dispatch" 
CO& MlJ^^a « TO F'iS S , 
And a great variety of 
as, Parlor and Heating Stoves, 



FOR WOOD k FOR COAL, 

.Tuuction ol Vineyard and Chami)laiii Sts., 

CI.EVEL.A1VO, OlSIO. 

Kane Joseph, 144 Pearl, w. s. 

Krause Dr. B., 108 Ontario. 

MACKENZIE C. S., WHOLE- 
SALE & RETAIL DRUGGIST, 
126 SUPERIOR. 

MULLER HENRY, APOTHECA- 
RY & CHEMIST, 116 PEARL, 
W. S. 

Palmer E. A., cor. Prospect and 
Erie. 

Parker Dr. M. C, 50 Public Square. 

Ranney H. S., 135 Detroit, w. s. 

Sackrider E. W., 223 Superior. 

Sehyllander J. A., cor. Fulton and 
Lorain, w. s. 

Smithnight L., 135 Kinsman. 

STRONG AND ARMSTRONG, 
WHOLESALE DR U G (i I S T S, 
199 SUPERIOR. 

Dry Goods. 

ALCOTT & HORTON, WHOLE- 
SALE DEALERS IN DRY 
GOODS, AND YANKEE NO- 
TIONS, 139 AND 141 WATER. 

Baldwin E. I. & Co., 240 Superior. 

Byan L., 206 Pittsburg. 

Colman Loeb, 30 Prospect. 



FOREST CITY TOOL CO. 



IF. ID. STODGE, 

Manufacturer of 

JE 

And all kinds of 

EDGE TOOLS. 

Jobbing done to order. 

OMce & Factory,cor. James & 

Viiieyardl Streets, 

Ci-KVKLANL>, O. 



Drescot W. H., cor. Detroit and 
Pearl, w. s. 

Fluck C, 8 Pittsburg. 

Freeman & Kellogg, 217 Superior. 

FRENCH & KEITH, WHOLE- 
SALE DEALERS IN DRY. 
GOODS, 142 AND 144 WATER 

Halle L., 144 Kinsman. 

Hart Henry, 354 Lorain, w. s. 

Hower & Higbee, 137 Superior. 

Hyman S., cor. Superior and Public- 
Square. 

Kendal H. D. & Co., 247 Superior 
and 11 Public Square. 

Kilby Chas., 84 Kinsman. 

LAUER P., DEALER IN DRY 
GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 
CLOTHING, HARDWARE, &e., 
COR. PEARL & FRANKLIN, 
W. S. (See card p. 153.) 

Lewis C, 143 Detroit, w. s. 

MORGA & ROOT, WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, 



c; rover &. Baker make tlic best Seit'in^ Machiiuies. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DR. H. W. LIBBET, 

THE MOST CELEBRATED 

imiAlV PHYSICIAN 

YET KNOWN, 

I\o. 73 St. Clair Street, 

C LEVEL A.ITr>, OHIO. 



He gives the afflicted a full description of their cases, without asking 
any questions, taking upon himself the pains and bad feelings as they 
exhibit themselves on the one he examines, even though they be a thou- 
sand miles off — having their names and place of residence is sufficient. 
The charge for all examinations will be twenty five cents apiece, or eight 
postage stamps. He makes and puts up fifty-seven different 

Scientific Indian Remedies! 

For all diseases the human family are heir to. Those wishing a list of 
diseases cured by bira, with a statement of his various remedies, also, 
reference to cases cured, should see his Indian Hygienian, published at 
his Indian Hygienic Institute and Infirmary. Poor people treated gratui- 
tously, but others taking medicine, he expects will pay for it on delivery. 

B^-All orders directed to Dr. H. W. Libbey, Cleveland, Ohio, will be 
filled immediately, if the amount for the medicine accompany the order. 
Mail and express charges extra. No letters of inquiry noticed, unless a 
stamp be enclosed. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CLEVELAND WOODEN WARE MANUFACTORY. 



HERVEY & BOUSFIELD, 



MAWirFACTlJRERS OF 



Tl 




1 * ***— >«^^ 
HALF-BUSHELS, WASH-BOARDS, 

Clothes Pins, Patent Washing Machines, &c., &c. 

Manufactory aud Office, Liconard Street, 

OLEV^ELA^ND, OHIO. 



ALFKED ADAMS. 



J. F. JEWETT. 



ADAMS & JEWETT, 

SACK MANUFACTURERS ! 

No. 144 Superior St., American Buildings, 

O Hj E^E L^lsr 3D, OHIO. 



Flour, Buckwheat and Meal Sacks, 



AL,WAYS ON HAND. AI>S(), 



SEAMLESS ailA.I]Sr BA-GS. 

Orders Filled With Promptness. Terms Cash. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



161 



THE CLEVELAND MILLS. 

SMITH Si, CURTISS' 

STEAM COFFEE AND SPIGE MANUFACTORY. 

20 7 Ontario Street, ' 

C L E AT E L .A. 3Sr ID O KC I O . 



Strong inducements offered to Cash purchasers in the following Goods 
viz: Green and Black Teas, Green. Roasted and Ground Coffee- Bakers'^ 
Cocoa and Chocolate; Whole and Ground Nutmegs; oMace Ginirer Cin- 
namon, Cloves, Allspice, Pepper, Mustard and Cream Tartar. AUo In- 
digo, Sago, Tapioca, Out Meal, Pearl Barley, Starch, Carb. Soda, Su'lera- 
tus, Dixou's Stove Polish, Paste Blacking, &c., ia the usual variety of 
packages. 



YANKEE NOTIONS, &c, 228 
SUPERIOR. 

RAYMOND, ADAMS & COMPA- 
NY, WHOLESALE DEALERS 
IN FOREIGN AND D03IESTIC 
DRY GOODS. CLOTHS, CASSI- 
MERES AND YANKEE NO- 
TIONS, 130 AND 132 WATER. 

Schwarzenberg L. II., 182 Kins- 
man. 

Sherwood J. P., 242 Superior. 

Skall Simon, 397 St. Clair. 

Spring Adam. 200 Pearl, w. s. 

TAYLOR, GRISWOLD & CO., 
DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND 
DOMESTIC STAPLE & FANCY 
DRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL 
CLOTHS, 173 SUPERIOR AND 
136 BANK. 

Wiedenthal Levi, 869 St. Clair. 

Zi'igler W., 73 Garden. 

Dyers. 

Cyriax F.. 96 Seneca. 

ROBERT KUGENE, FRENCH 

DYE HOUSE. 262 PITTSBURG. 

(Sec card p. 188.) 
Umlauft Jos., 119 Seneca. 
WILLIAMS G. S., STEAM DYER, 

68 ST. CLAIR. (See card p. 

187.) 



Express Agents. 

Parks E. N., 19 River. 
Ralston Robert S. 97 Bank. 
Yates W. G., 105 Bank. 

Grover &, Baker make 

11 



Edge Tools. 

Powell A., 36 Detroit, w. s. 

STONE F. D., MANUFACTURER 
OF AXES AND ALL KINDS 
OF EDGE TOOLS, Cor. JAMES 
AND VINEYARD. (See card p 
160.) ^ ^ 

Cuyahoga Steam Furnace Co. 
Castle II. B., Agent, River, w. s. 

Engravers. 
BRAINERD & BURRIDGE, DE- 
SIGNERS AND EXfniAVERS 
ON WOOD, 134 BANK. (See 
card p. 146.) 

Fancy Goods. 
Black D., 209 Superior. 
Rettberg <fe Hausman, 232 Superior. 

Pile Works. 
PARKIN JOHN & Co., PROP'S 
CLEVELAND FILE WORKS, 
23 COLUMBUS. (See card p 
172.) ^ 

Fish Market. 
Edson «k Enas, 83 Michigan. 
Lauderdale R., cor. Superior and 
Merwin. 



Flouring and Gx*ist Mills. 
COE & BINGHAM ]>ROP'S OF 
CLEVELAND STEAM FLOUR 
the best Sewiug: 31achlues. 



162 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



(Successors to BUTTS & KEXDALL,) 

DEALERS IN THE CELEESATED 




Pittsburgh, and other Gas Coals, 

P, 0. DRAWER, 74, 




We woiilcl also refer to Gas Companies in the following places. 
New York City, (Manhattan and New York Co.'s,) Brooklyn, Albany, 
Troy, West Troy, Rochester, Oswego, Rondout, Kingston, Albion, Brock- 
port, Seneca Falls, Elmira & Lyons, in State of New York; Cleveland. 
Toledo, Sandusky,, Norwalk and Oberlin, in Ohio; Detroit, Ann x\rbor. 
Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo, in Michigan; Coburg, in Canada; Chicago, 
111., and two Companies in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

The extensive Mines in Pennsylvania, known as the Sterling Hills, 
(which are the highest in that part of the State,) are wholly under our 
control, and the coal is mined and sold only by us, or our agents. As 
the coal has improved the further we got in, and being several hundred 
yards further in than last season, with about a hundred feet more earth 
over it, the ciuality of coal wc mine this year will be better than ever. 
Some coals are good in one or two particulars, and defective in others: 
but in combining all the qualities desired in a gas coal, we know of none 
equal to the Sterling. Getting it to this place by Railroad, a supply can 
be had during the summer months, (as well as at all other times,) which 
is not the case with coals dependent upon high water for transport- 
ation, as are those shipped from Erie. Having increased our mining 
facilities we are prepared to ship on a more extensive scale than hereto- 
fore, and should be pleased to receive your orders. 

Havinf discovered that certain unprincipled coal dealers are endeav- 
orino- to sell an inferior article of coal, under the name of Sterling, we 
deem it our duty not only for your interest as well as ours, to notify you. 
that you may be on your guard in purchasing what you might think was 
Sterlin<i-. There is but one Sterling Coal Mine, and that mine we have 
the full and entire control of; and Gas Light Companies can only obtain 
the Genuine Sterling Coalbyordering direct from us, or of F. Welling- 
ton, Syracuse, N. Y., who is our only agent for that State. 

There being several firm names similar to ours in this city, correspond- 
ents will avoid confusion by being particular to direct their let- 



ters to 



F. BUTTS & CO., 
P. 0. Drawer 74, CLEVELAND, O. 

Cirover & Baiter's Family Sewing Machines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



163 



Wholesale and Ifetail Dealer in 



3Jii^25 iiia^D ®i 



Straw GoodK, Lndie$!t' Flirts, 

Buffalo Kobes, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, 
Canes, Gents' Gloves of all Kinds. 

CLTCVELA.]^q^D. OHIO. 



G, W, STEWART. 



-Alanufactiirer and Dealer in 



FOREIGJ\' .tJVn nOMESTIC 




MILLS, AND DP:aLERS IN] 

FLOUR, MERWIN. 
Dutton J. tk Co., 856 St Clair. 
Harvey H.<tCo.,on Canal. 
Harvey & Witt, Merwin. 
LaysyJ., Hewit's Block. 
Union Flour Mills, cor. Prospect and 

Ontario. 

Flouring Mill Machinery, Gear- 
ings, &c. 

HAYWARD GEO. L., DEALER 
IN ALL KINDS OF FLOUR- 
I NG iM 1 LL .AI AC H I NS R Y A N D 
APPARATUS, DUTCH BOLT- 
ING CLOTHS, FRENCEI JWRR 
MILL STONES. WATER LLNJE, 
&c., 32 RIVER. 1 

Flour, Feed and Grain Dealers. 

ANDREWS C, FLOUR, FEED,! 

AND GRAIN STORI<], COR. j 

ONTARIO AND PROSPECT. | 
Barton B., cor. River and Centre 

w. s. ' 

CLARK, GARDNER , & CO.,, 

GRAIN & FLOUR DEALERS, Shepard W.. lOG East Public Square 

39, 41, 43, 45, RIVER. [See | Van Pelt S. R., 71 Pittshur^^ 



No. 120 BANK STREET, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



j FLOUR AND FEED, 313 KINS- 
MAN. 

Lenge Gasper. 501 Seneca. 

Lowrie & Rudder, 146 Ontario. 

Miller J. IL, 179 Detroit, w s. 

PERRY A M. & CO., WHOLE- 
SALE DEALER IN FLOUR, 
116 and 118 SUPERIOR. 

Quinn A., River. 

Seibel Adam, 118 Kinsman. 



WIENER A. ct CO., DEALERS IN 
FLOUR AND GRAIN, 30 RIV- 
ER. 

WEPrZ .J.&V., FLOUR, FEED, 
AND GRAIN STORE, 170 and 
172 ONTARIO. 



card, p. 1G7.] 
Dempsey J., 39 Pearl. 
DAVIS k VORCE, DEALERS IN 

FLOUR AND GRAIN, 77 RIV- 
ER. ST. 
DUTTON J. <fe Co., PROPS ST. 

CL.UR STEAM FLOUR MILLS' Werdenkopf J., 239 Garden. 

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS Zizelman W. F., 283 St. Clair 

IN FLOUR AND FEED, 854! 

ST. CLAIR. 
Eddy D. A., Fronting Miami. 
FEIL GABRIEL, AVHOLESALE 

AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



Arc the Be.st. 



Foundries and Machine Shops. 

BEARDSWORTH <fe REE\ ES, 
PROPRIETORS OF UNION 
IR(.)N WORKS. (See card p. 147 

Price from $40 to $100. 



164 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



^v. D. CTJSHiisra, 

mm Miw mi & eri hailhoad co. 

And Cleveland & Dunkirk Daily Line of Steamers, 

OFFICE, FOOT OF RIVER AW» FROIVT STREETS, 



Blish Garlick, & Co., Meadow. 

Prankland J., & Co., Front. 

Holt J. P. foot of Lighthouse. 

HOLT & SWIFT, PrtOP.S OF 
CLEVELAND FOUNDRY, EN- 
GINE AND MACHINE 8H0P. 
SHOP, 64 CENTRE, (See card 
p. 192.) 

Larkin F., 2 California. 

Manning & Reitz, Hewitt's block. 

Schneider J. A. & G. P.. 287 St. 
Clair, 

Sommcr & Doll, 66 Centre. 

Freight Agency. 
PELTON & BREED, AGENTS OF 
NORTHERN TRANSPORTA- 
TION CO., AND COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS. MERVVIN. 

Fruit Stores. 

Chandler C, cor. Champlain and 
Ontario. 

(JLENN J. B., & Co., DEALERS 
IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 
FRUITS, (See card, p. 177.) 

Lodge a. H., 112 Ontario. 

Thackwell F., 130 Ontario. 

Furniture Dealers, 
(See also Cabinet Makers.) 

Bander C. L., & Co., 33 Prospect. 

Brinker , 112 Water. 

Gardner & Vincent, 120 Water. 

Jones John, 20 Pittsburg. 

KOEBLER CHS. & Co., FURNI- 
TURE DEALERS, UNDERTA- 
KERS, COR. KINSMAN AND 
CHARLES ST., (See card, p. 
180.) 




And Cutter of Garments, 

OF THE LATEST STYLES. 

NO. 264 COLUMBUS, ST. 

WEST CLEVELAND, 0. 

All Orders promptly attended to. 



Line Wm., 313 St. Clair. 

Pratt D. N., 117 Water. 

SHEPARD D. A, & Co^ MANU- 
FACTURERS AND DEALERS 
IN FURNITURE, CHAIRS, 
DOORS, WINDOW SASH AND 
WINDOW BLINDS, 131 WA- 
TER. 

Garden & Museum. 

MESSNER & ELMER, PROP'S 
WILLIAMS' PARK & SUM- 
MER GARDEN, EASTERN 
TERMINUS OF KINSMAN ST. 
R. R. (See card, p. 156.) 

STRANGE S., FOREST DALE 
GARDENS AND MUSEUM, 
COR. KINSMAN AND WIL- 
SON AVE. 

Gas Lamps. 
[See also Oils and Oil Lamps.] 
SUTLIFF MILO, PARAGON 
GAS LAMPS, 91 BANK, [See 
card, p. 146.] 



Grover & Batier's Family Sewing Macliines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



165 



CABINET ANDCHAIRM 

107 Water Street, Cleveland, 0. 

Keeps eons'aritly on liaiiil 
A general aNsorlitieut oJ 
'^- ** C'i4l»inct Ware, Cliairs, &.«;. 

Also, a large aasortnient of Rosewood 
_ and Fine Mahoj^nny Furniture. 

Centre Tables, Bureaus, Sofas, Stands, Bedsteads, Rocking, Maho^^anv. 
and Tane Seat Cliairs, Wash Stands. A:c., kc. 
X. B. — Work made to order on short notice. 




C. FEIKERT, 

ROFEWALK, 

Manuliictiirrr of all kinds of 

Rope, Twine, Cordage and 
Rigging, 

316 AND 318 KINS31AN STREET, 

CLKVEI.AND, O. 

All Orders promptly' attended to. 

Gas Light and Coke Company.! 

Cleveland Gas Light Co., 197 Su-j 
pcrior. I 



FULL AND HALF CONCAVE GR3U(\JD 
RAZORS. 

JOHN WASSERMANN, 

I Shears, Scissors. Surgical Instni- 
Iments, and all kinds of Edce Tools. 

I NO. 27 OREGON STREET, 

B@°'Concave (Iround Razor.s, Shears. 
Seissors, etc., of the most approved 
kinds, warranted, constantly on hand, 
and for sale cheap. 

PAINTS, YARXISIIES AND 
GLUE, 18G SUPERIOR. (See 
card p. 178.) 



Gents' Furnishing Goods. j Glove Maker. 

BUTTS B., 123 SUPERIOR. (Scej ^'a^per Bohm, 188 Hamilton. 



card p. 1G3.) 
Smith Silas, 135 Superior. 

General Store. 

Allinger E., 97 Garden. 

Geologist. 
Newberry Dr. J, A., (51 Prospect. 

Glassware. 
Rice & Burnett. 103 Superior. 

Glass, Paints, Glue, &c. 
BENTON, BROTHERS & Co 
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

FRENCH, en(;lish and 

AM ERIC A N ORN A M ENT A L 
& PLATE AVINDOW GLASS, 



Great Western Dispatch. 
Barney B. H., foot of River and 
Front. 

Grinder of Razors, Surgical In- 
struments, &c. 

WASSERMAN JOHN, GRIND- 
ER OF RAZORS, SHEARS, 
SCIS.SORS. SURGICAL IN- 
STRUMENTS,AND ALL KINDS 
OF EDGE TOOLS, 27 ORE(iON. 
[See card p. 165.] 

Grind Stones. 
STEARNS CHAS. W., WFIOLE- 
SALE DEALER IN GRLND- 
STONES, FLAGlJINd.&c, foot 
OF VINEYARD ST. HILL.— 
[See card p. 152.] 



Are tlic Best. Price from ^10 to $100. 



16G 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



R. Frisby. 



A. Stephens. H. A. Stephens. 

iY, STEPHENS, $i 

MANUFACTURERS, 



FOfflT m\ COfflll 



No. 20 Merwiii Street, Cleveland, Ohio. 

^VlBOIe^aSc Dealers in 

TEAS, GREEN. ROASTED & GROUND COFFEES, 

Pepper, Allspice, Cinnamon. Chocolate Cayenne, Cloves, Mustard of 

all qualities. Baking Powders, Cream Tartar, Saleratus Nutmegs, 

Cocoa, Pepper Sauce, Pearl Barley, Indigo, Mace, Carb. Soda, 

Ginger, Starch, Choice Brands of Cigars, &c. 



Grocers. 

Aitkain Mrs. Jane, 166 Main, w. s. 

Alackmer R. H., corner Perry and 
Prospect. 

Allan Mrs. Elizabeth, 155 Detroit, 
west side. 

Apy Peter, 216 Pearl, w, s. 

Bailey E. M., 107 Marion. 

Bailey J. G., 14 Garden. 

BECK GEO. D., DEALER IN 
CHOICE FAMILY GROCER- 
IES, PROVISIONS & FRUITS, 
270 SUPERIOR, HOFFMAN'S 
BLOCK. 

Beckman H., 160 River. 

Bimeler G., cor. Kinsman and Er- 
win. 

Blee Hugh. 28 Walnut. 

Bloch A., New England House, Wa- 
ter. 

Borger J., 172 Greenwood. 

Boyle Daniel, 214 Ontario. 

Brescher A., 225 Hamilton. 

Brokenshire Mrs. H. L., 244 Gar- 
den 

Bruggeman J. G., 437 St. Clair. 

Burgess L. F. & S., 116 River. 

Burns Thomas, 232 Lorain, w. s. 

(■arr Francis, 160 Detroit, w. s. 

Carr Patrick, 185 Detroit, w. s. 

Carson Edward, 126 Pittsburg. 

Casselbery W. D., 341 St. Clair. 

Clark W. R., 725 St. Clair. 

Colahan R., cor. Columbus and Lo- 
rain, w. s. 

Connrad J., cor. Pearl and Willey, 
w. s. 



and 



Cowell Geo., 217 Perry. 

Dahler Jacob, 206 Lorain, w. s. 

Decker E., 205 Superior. 

Dill Edward, cor. Lake and Brig. 

DONNELLEY M., GROCERY 
AND PROVISION DEALER, 
COR. PEARL AND FRANK- 
LIN. 

Doss Michael, 381 Lorain, w. s. 

Ebely Geo., 380 Lorain w. s. 

Ekinsfels A., 323 Pittsburg. 

Elsinger M., cor. Prospect and Lib- 
erty. 

Farley John, 188 Detroit. 

Fickelsher F., 55 Oregon. 

Fitzgerrald Wm., 158 Seneoa. 

Flick Joseph, cor. Jackson 
Floyd. 

Fooargul C, 859 St. Clair. 

Faulkner Geo., 182 Ontario. 

Fournier Henry, 120 Detroit, w. s. 

Fuldheim M., 110 Pittsburg-. 

Gahan James, 135 Pearl, w. s. 

Gallagher Patrick, 45 Lighthouse. 

Gates M., 154 Lorain, w. s. 

Gerlach P., 51 Centre. 

Gilbert & Pease, 132 Ontario. 

Goetz Frank, 243 Pearl, w. s. 

Goodrich Mrs. J., 427 St. Clair. 

Goaca Luke, 301 St. Clair. 

Greene James, 204 Ontario. 

GREGORY MICHAEL, GRO- 
CERY, 245 ERIE. 

Haggarty Francis, 317 Lorain, w. s. 

HaifWrn., 152 Ontario. 

Harley P., 79 Lake. 

Hart Chas., 24 Bolivar. 



Grover & Baker make tbe best Scvtrin^ macliiues* 



AND BUSINESS DlKfc,CTORY. 



167 



CLARK, GARDNER & CO., 



J 



fSolar and Dairy Salt 



And Dealers in 

Water Lime, Plaster, Coarse, Fine, Ground, 

Xos. 39, 4:1, 43. and 45 River St., CL.EVEL.AAD. O. 

Property received by Railroad or Canal, lor sale or .s]iij)nient. Will 
t^^ive personal attention to the sale and purchase of Produce and Merchan- 
dise, on Commission. Liberal Cash advancements made on consign- 
ments. 

it^~Pief'er to Banks, Bankers and Business men generally. 

M. B. Clark, J D. Rockefeller, | George W. Gardner [Late of 
[Late Clark & Rockefeller] | Firm of Otis, Brown ell & Co.] 



Heil Conrad, 238 Pearl, w. s. 

Hemrick , 50 Morrison. 

Henry M., 34 River. 

ilerth John, LoG Cedar. 

Iless John, cor. Orange and Cross. I 

ITey Ehart, 157 Lorain, w. s. 

Ilirambeck Mrs. Jacob, 285 Lake. 

llobam Thomas, cor. Wood and 
Lake. 

Hoffman Adam,. 232 Kinsman. 

Hopp M., 100 Garden. 

Hoszell B, G. H., cor. Webster and 
Erie. 

llower J. M., 1G3 Ontario. 

Hutchison J. P., 15 Bank. 

Inghbiirt Mrs, E., 189 Pittsburg. 

Jemieson Julius, 27 Ohio. 

JOHNES H. W., CHOICE FAMI- 
LY GROCERIES. ENGLISH 
PICKLES AND SAUCES, HA- 
VANA CIGARS, SUPERIOR 
OLD WINES, BRANDIES & 
LIQUORS, 108 HOFFMAN'S 
BLOCK, EAST SIDE OF PUB- 
LIC SQUARE. 

Jones II. W., cor. Rockwell 
Erie. 

Kehres John. 28G Garden. 

Kinderick William, cor. Perry 
Cherry. 

Kilmer Henry, 209 Garden. 

Kirchner C, 42 Clinton. 

Koss Joseph. 47 Mayflower. 

Krejeitz M., cor. Groten and Forest, 

Ayser (k Perry, 111 Ontario. 



and 



and 



LAMPMAN N. S., CHOICE FAM- 
ILY GROCERIES, DRUGS, 
MEDICINES,CI(J ARS & FRUIT, 
13 PERKIN'S BUILDING. W. 
S. PUBLIC SQUARE. 

LaRue Nathan. 123 Cedar. 

Le Pelly S. B., cor. Lorain and Jer- 
sey, w. s. 

[Loeser M., 154 Scovel. 

' Macardle , 395 St, Clair. 

■McCart M., 3:^1 St. Clair. 

jM(iGlaughlin Matthew, 377 Lorain 
w. s. 

iMcKinty John, 58 Bank, 

iMcMahon Martin, I'-G Detroit, w. s. 

Me xMully Samuel 458 St. Clair. 

iMcNally P., 22 River. 

McNamaree D., 057 St. Clair. 

jMarm Katherine, 422 Lake. 

iMartine H., 184 Ontario. 
Marx F., 147 St. Clair, 
Mason C, 254 Perry. 

iMead G. W., 3 Garden. 

iiMelcher J. H. & Co., 190 and 192 

I Prospect. 

'Metcalf S.C, 31 Chesnut. 

I Meyer C, cor. Pittsburg. 

'Michael G., 289 Kinsman. 

Micklish Henry, 171 Drtroit, w. s 

Mosebecker John, 79 Crotton. 

Moses Samuel, 180 Grocery. 

Mouse Joseph, 141 Lorain, w.s. 

Mower Andrew, 420 Lorain, w. s. 

Muenzing-C. J., 182 Greenwood. 

Murphey John, 118 Detroit, w. s. 



GroTer &. Baker make tbe best Sewingr Machines. 



168 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



FORWfflDlMG ASD COiilSSlOi AGEIT, 

Oviatt's ExcliJiiige, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Agent for Cimnin^^liam & Sliaw. 50 Tower Buildings, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND, 

Heper to T. P. Handy, Prcs't Commercial Bank, Cleveland, Geo. My- 
gatt, Cashier Merchant's Bank, Cleveland; N. C. Winslow, Cleveland; 8. 
Kayujond & Co., Cleveland; P. Anderson, Chicago; H. C. Ranney,Chicago. 



Neanhouse John, Garden, cor. New- 
ton. 

I^ELSON S. W., DEALER IN 
CHOICE GROCERIES, &c., 177 
DETROIT, W. S. 

Newcomb 8., 165 & 167 Kinsman. 

New Isaac, Ag't, 32 Prospect. 

New Nathan, 59 St. Clair. 

Nierman John, 51 Ward, w. s. 

O'Brien P. 257 Superior. 

Oliver J. C, 76 Huntington. 

Oilman Jacob, 164 Prospect. 

O'Sullivan P., 70 Water. 

Ott Geo., 277 St. Clair. 

Ott Geo., 707 St. Clair. 

Pfeiffer Frederick, 86 Lorain, w. s. 

Powell H. H., 134 Ontario. 

Reafe Christian, 786 St. Clair. 

Reese F., 175 Lorain, w. s. 

Rice Simon, 222 Ontario. 

Roney Mark, Lake. 

Rose'W. E., 154 Ontario. 

SaegerF., 320 Kinsman. 

Scania n Thos., 230 Lorain, w. s. 

Schaffner S., 290 Pittsburg. 

vSchreiner Andro, 110 Chatham, w. s. 

Schuren F., 408 Lorain, w. s. 

Schwap Solomon, 108 Pittsburg. 

Sem T. M., 32 Scovell. 

Schoff John, 9 Lorain, w. s. 

Shoifner L., 50 Superior. 

Shuler Cooney, cor. Jackson and 
Kinsman. 

Shulte M. F., cor. Orange and Perry. 

Shykowitz C. S., 122 Pittsburg. 

Singer John, 177 Pearl, w. s. 

SMITH THOMAS, DEALER IN 
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GRO- 
CERIES AND LIQUORS OF 



ALL KINDS, 164 DETROIT, 
W. S. 

Southworth . 117 Ontario. 

Steinfurth F., 35 Oregon. 

Sterner J., cor. Orange and May- 
flower. 

Straus Reuben, cor. Huron and 
Pittsburg. 

Stubenger M., 56 Michigan. 

Surenger T., 32 Erwin. 

Tamblyn John, 116 ani 118 Onta- 
rio. 

Terboss Joseph, 156 Pearl, w. s. 

Theas Henry, 193 Lorain, w. s. 

Tibbetts L. C, cor. Lorain and 
Pearl. 

Townsend Nelson, 4 Pittsburg. 

Trampel J., 43 Oregon. 

Treemer Geo., 14 Crottou. 

Turner A. P., 151 Pearl. 

Vallentine F., 86 Garden. 

Wagner M., Middle St. Clair. 

Walker E. T., 8 Central Market 
Ground. 

Walker Henry, 67 Monroe, w. s. 

Wamelink L. B., 139 Lorain, w. s. 

Wangerin A., 559 St. Clair. 

Warbarton Thomas, 222 Lake. 

Weeber Christopher, 104 Pearl, w. s. 

WEBER JOHN, DEALER IN 
GROCERIES, SHIP STORES, 
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS- 
WARE, FLOUR, FISH, &c., &c., 
162 RIVER. [See card p. 152.] 

Weil Mrs. S., 40 Seneca. 

WEN HAM A. J., DEALER IN 
GROCERIES, DRUGS, OILS, 
PAINTS, &c. [See card p. 148.] 

White L., 57 Merwin. 



GroTer & Baker nuaKc tlie best Sewing Macliines. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



169 



r,. n. PKTMER. ir. DETMER. 

G. H. DETMER & SON, 

^\ holosale and Itctail Dealers in 

MMM Mil (SE,©f 111^, 

Nos. 156 and 158 River Sts., 
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Avery large stock of Imported and Domestic 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings and Tailors' Trimmings 

Kept constantly on hand. B@,^Also, Gents Furnisbini;- Goods, and 
Clothing made to order in the latest styles. 



Wilke Otto, 537 St. Clair. 

Winter Peter, 171 Hamilton. 

Wolf J., 17 Pittsburtr. 

Wolf F., 311 Kinsman. 

Wolf S., cor. Ontario and Lake. 

WoodliffE., (colored) 158 Prospect. 

Worm'er I., cor. Centre and Mer- 

win. 
Yeitz C, 325 Lorain, w. s. 
Zweidinger Chas., 72 Bolivar. 

Groceries, "Wholesale. 

BABCOCK & IIUIU), WHOLE- 
SALE GROCERS AND COM- 
MISSION MERCHANTS. FOR- 
EIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQ- 
UORS. 

Bradburn, Fisher & Co., 58 and 60 
River. 

ED WARDS &IDDINGS, WHOLE- 
SALE GROCERS AND COM- 
MISSION MERCHANTS, SU- 
GAR, TEAS, COFFEK, OILS, 
TOBACCO, 145 WATER. 

GORDON, McMillan & co., 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, COR. 
MERWIN & SUPERIOR. 

HANNA, GARRETSON & Co., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
1G9 and 171 RIVER. [See card 
p. 158.] 

SPRAGUI'] GEO., WHOLESALE 
GROCER AND COMMISSION 
MERCHANTAND DEALER IN 
PORK, FISH, FLOUR, LIQ- 
UORS. &c., OVIATT'S BLOCK, 
FOOT OF SUPERIOR. 



Umbstaetter L., River. 
Wick C. D., 5G River. 

Groceries Wholesale and Retail. 

BRANCH & Mc MURRAY, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
DEALERS IN GROCERIES, 
188 SUPERIOR. 

^yenham A. J., 28 Merwin. 

Guns, Rifles, Pistols, &c. 

HATTERSLEY H., MANUFACT- 
URER AND DEALER IN RI- 

i FLES AND SHOT, SPORTING 

I APPARATUS, GUN MATE- 
RIALS, 102 SUPERIOR. 

{JENNINGS R., MANUFACTUR- 
ER, IMPORTERS DEALER IN 
RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS, 
218 ONTARIO. 

Hair Braider. 

Juner Miss, 257 Erie. 

Hardware- 

Colwellct Co., 143 Ontario. 

Luctkcmeyer H. AV., 150 Superior. 

Wells H. k. & Co., 11 Pearl, w. s. 

Worthington Geo. & Co., Ware- 
house 81 Merwin, Sale Rooms cor. 
Water and Superior. 

Hardware, Wholesale- 
Bingham W. & Co , 148 and 15i» 

Water. 
Reynolds II. K. 96 Superior. 
TENNIS & DANGLER, WHOLE- 



Orovcr & Baker make tbe best Se^Tiugr Itlacbiucs. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



:ea gle distillery. 



S. BUHIiEI?, 

Distiller and Rectifier of 

Alcohol^ Pure and Cologne Spirits, 

Balirer's Magnolia, Cuyahoga Valley, and other Brands of Whisky; 
Sole Manut'iicturer of the Celebrated 
Pure Rye and Banana ^¥liiaslty, and OnSsrer's Gentian Hit- 
ters, also, Dealer in Foreij^n and ©onieslic Wines and 

Liiquoi'S. 

NO. 6 HEWIT'S BLOCK, 1 nTr>JTn ntaTk nmn 

NO. 70 MERWIN STREET, / uLL V LLANDj OHIO. 



SALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN 
& DOMESTIC HARDWARE, 
147 WATER. 

Hats, Caps and Furs 

Benedict L. & Sons, 201 Superior. 

Benton J. J., 255 Superior. 

BUTTS B., HATS AND CAPS, 
STRAW GOODS, LADIES' 
F U R S, B U F F A L ROBES, 
TRUNKS, VALICES, SATCH- 
ELS, UMBRELLAS, CANES, 
123 SUPERIOR. [See card p. 
163] 

Collins, Goodsell & Co., 125^ Wa- 
ter, up stairs. 

DECKARD AND ENGELHART, 
MANUFACTURERS & DEAL- 
ERS IN HATS, CAPS, FURS, 
154 SUPERIOR. 

Fuller & Co., 133 and 135 Water. 

Gillmore M., 148 Seneca. 

Mack John G., 66 Superior. 

Paddock T. S., 241 Superior. 

Prescott and Chase, 1434- Water. 

Stair E. & Co., 245 Superior. 

Wilkouskie B., 64 Superior. 

Hay Market and Scales. 
Shadbolt T., Seneca, over the River. 

Hides, Leather and Findings. 

BRATENAHL BROS, DEALERS 
IN LEATHER, HIDES & OIL, 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 
VINEYARD BLOCK, FOOT OF 
SUPERIOR. 

COOKE W. P. & Co., DEALERS IN 



LEATHER, HIDES, OILS, 
FINDINGS, &c., 127 WATER. 

Glaser Bros., 115 Wf.ter. 

NEWMARK S., WT)OL, HIDES 
AND PELTS, 165 ONTARIO. 

Homeopathic Pharmacy. 

HALL JOHN B., M. D., HOMEO- 
PATHIC CHEMIST, 16 WEST 
SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. (See 
card opp. front cover.) 

Hospital. 
MARINE HOSPITAL, LAKE. 

Hotels and Hotel Proprietors. 

iLLEN S. D., PROP. BENNETT 
FOREST CITY HOUSE, COR. 
SUPERIOR AND PUBLIC SQR. 
[See card p. 179.] 

ANGIER HOUSE, R. M. N. TAY- 
LOR, PROP., COR. BANK AND 
ST. CLAR. [See card p. 185.] 

BACKUS N., HOTEL KEEPER, 
COR. PITTSBURG & LIBER- 
TY. [See card p 156.] 

Barrett M., River. 

Brockway T. B., 114 Seneca. 

BURNETT HOUSE, J TINKER 
& SON, PROP'S, CORNER ON- 
TARIO AND PROSPECT. [See 
card p. 150.] 

City Hotel, Seneca. 

COATES & BRAMLEY, NEW 
ENGLAND HOTEL, COR. WA- 
TER AND JOHNSON. (See 
card p. 148.) 



Grover & Baker's Family Sewing 31acliiues 



AND nUSLNESS DIRECTORY. 



171 



W. PARKS, M. D., 

INDIAN MEDICINE INFIRMARY 

Corner of Ontario and Michigan Streets, 
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Particular attention paid to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases, and ajl 
others known in office practice. Has been very successful in the treatment of 
Crippled Limbs. Stiff and Swelled Joints, Sec. The best of references can be 
given. Office hours from 8 A. M., to 8 P. M. 



Cook Mrs. Myria, cor. River and 

Main, w. s. 
Dalton:House.2G2 Pittsburp'. 
DeLoDii P. L., cor. Columbus and 

Willey, w. s. 
Dottey K. E., cor. Pearl and Wil- 

ley. w. s. 
ENSIGN J. A., PllOP'R AMERI- 
CAN HOTEL, SUPERIOR.— 

[See card p. 17G.] 
European House, 43 north side 

Public Square. 
Gilbert W. B., 244 Pearl, w. s. 
Ilanscon L., cor. Pearl and Detroit, 

w. 8. 

JOHNSON HOUSE, SUPERIOR 
ST., G. F. R. WADLEIGH PRO. 
[See card p. 147.] 

KEISEIL WM.. PROP'R ST. 
CLAIR HOTEL, COR. ST. 
CLAIR & AVATER. 

Keller B., oO Lighthouse. 

Kleinsehmidt A.,,206 St. Clair. 

Laysy J., cor. Columbus and Tra- 
cey, w. s. 

Jjcnibeck C, cor. Front and Midow. 

McLane Alex., cor, Pearl and Lo- 
rain, w. s. 

MERCHANT'S HOTEL, COR. 
MAIN AND RIVER, G. F. R. 
WADLEIGH, PROP. (See card 
p. 14(J.) 

MERKEL;M.. PROP., WASHING- 
TON HOUSE, 38 RIVER, (See 
card p. 151.) 

NAPOLEON HOUSE, F. K 
FISHER, PROP.. 104 WATER 

NEW EN(J LA N D HjO T E L 
COATES& BRAMLEY, PRO- 
PRIETORS ,COR. WATER & 



JOHNSON. (See card p. 148.) 
Smith Nicholas, 152 Detroit, w s 
TOHMPSON GEO., PROP., OF 

THOMPSON'S HOTEL. (See 

card p. 149.) 
TINKER J. & SON BURNETT 

HOUSE, COR. ONTARIO AND 

PROSPECT, [See card p. 150.1 
WEDDEL HOUSE, J. P. ROSS 

PROP- cor. SUPERIOR AND 

BANK,(See card p.lSG.) 
Wright House. 123 Ontario. 



Ice Dealers, 
Allpress & Gardner, 20 River. 
Allpress & Gardner, 108 Superior. 

Insurance Agencies, Fire, Life 

and Marine- 
Brayton H. F., Agent, Atwatcr 

Building. 
Carltons C. C, 197 Superior. 
Coe & May, Oviatt's block. 
Commercial 3Iutual Insurance Co., 

Oviatt's block. 
Ensworth J., Perkin's Building. 

west I'ublic Square. 
Fireman's Insurance Co, 1 Lymans 

Building, West Puplic L^quare. 
GERMAN INSURANCE Co., AT- 
I WATER BUILDING. 
Henderson Anthony, Superior. 
LIVERPOOL c^- LONDON FIRE 

AND LIFE INSURANCE Co.. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1830, S. C. 

GREEN,;Agent, 205 SUPERIOR 

UP STAIRS. 
Resolute Marine Insurance Co., (I 

Board of Trade Rooms. 
SPALDING R. C, GENERAL 

FIRE d' MARINE INSURANCE 



Are tlie Best. Price from S40 to *100. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



THE DISl^A-TCH 




Koasts meats by an open fire. 

It has a better oven than any other Stove. 

It consumes less wood than any other 8tove. 

It is made with Waterback, orwith llesorvoir, or without either. 

We have also for sale, all of the newest and most approved styles of 
Cookint'-. Parlor and Heating Stoves, for wood or coal; also, enameled 
Grates and House Furnishing Goods. We manufacture and have for 
sale, all varieties of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, at the well known 
stand of 

42 South Side Public Square, Cleveland, 0. 



[ESTABLISHED 1852,] 

No. 23 Columbus Street, CLEVELAND, 0. 
JOHN PARKIN & Co., ■ - ■ Proprietors. 

I^iles and JE^a^ps 
Of every description Maunfactured and Re-cut in the best Style. 

Letters of enquiry, and work from the country, will meet with prompt 
attention. 



AGENT, ROOM, 7 OVIATT'S 
BLOCK, (See card p. 180.) 

STRONG ASAHEL, AGENT OF 
AM ERIC AN EXCHANGE FIRF 
INSURANCE Co., U ATWA- 
TER BLOCK. 

WEATHERLY J. L., MARINE .fe 
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT, 3 
BOARD OF TRADE ROOMS. 

Iron Merchants. 

(See also Iron Manufacturers.) 

CAREY W. F. & Co., WHOLE- 



SALE DEALERS IN IRON, 
NAILS, STEEL AND BOILER 
PLATE, WINDOW GLASS, &c., 
Gl, G3, 65 and 67 RIVER. [See 
card p. 181.] 

CLARK JAS. F., DEALER IN 
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, GLASS, 
ALL KINDS OF SHELF HARD- 
WARE, 92 SUPERIOR. 

JACKSON IRON Co., DEALERS 
IN IRON ORE, ATWATER 
BLOCK. 

Smith J. S., 117 Seneca. 



drover & Baker's Family Se^tring Macliines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 173 



THE CLEVEUND PLAIN DEALER, 

Established Jaimary 1st, 1841. 
PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, 

CORNER SUPERIOR AND VINEYARD STREETS., 

CLEVELAND, O. 



THE OAIL¥ Pimn DEALER 

Is one of the oldest daily papers in the Northwest, and being theonly Dem- 
ocratic Daily in Northern Ohio, it aft'ords advantages to advertisers un- 
equaled by any paper in this vicinity. It contains the latest News and 
Market Reports received by telegraph up to the time of going to press, 
and 30 hours in advance of the New York Dailies. It is published every 
afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at 3 o'clock, and is sent to mail subscri- 
bcr.> at the following rates: 

PER YEAR $5.00. 

LESS THAN A YEAR, Per Month SOcts. 



im TRl-WEEHLf PLmU OE^LER 

Contains all the reading matter, of the Daily, Telegraphic and Commercial 
Reports, and is confessedly the best and cheapest paper published in 
Ohio. It i.-^ printed every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, and 
is furnished to mail subscribers at the following rates : 

PER YEAR 3,00. FIVE COPIES, one year $12;00. 

TWO COPIES, one year 6,00. TWENTY '• " " 40,00. 



THE WEEKLY PLAIN DEALER 

Is printed every "Wednesday morning, and contains the news of the week) 
Choice, Original and Selected Miscellany, Editorials, Correspondence, the 
latest Telegraphic reports, and carefully prepared ^Market reports, of this 
and the Eastern markets, and nAS the largest circulation of ant 
PAPER IN THE WEST. It is furnished to subscribers at the following rates; 

Single Subscription, per year ?1,50. Clul>s of Ten, i)er yt-ar SIO.OO. 

" '• tor six niunths,.... 1,00. .Ml uver ten copies, to one P. 1,00. 

To each getter up of a Club, one copy extra. 



We beg leave to call the attention of advertisers to the rare induce- 
ments offered by the Plain Dealer, for giving publicity to their busi- 
ness. The couibind Weekly Circulation has reached the enormous num- 
"f 65,000! being the largest circulation of any Democratic paper in the 
United Statc.>^! The subscribers »re noNA fide, having paid in advance, 
and their names appear on our Subscription Books. 

Arc the Best. Price fron $10 to $100. 



174 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 





And all Important Points in the 'Great Wesr,' 
F^^RE OlSTE DOLI.A.R LESS 

Than any Other Rail Road Route. 

o c 





j^nsriD 



Form a Daily Line Between 

GLEYE3L1.HD <& DETSOITe 

One of the above boats leaves Cleveland every evening, (Sundays ex- 
cepted,) on the arrival of the evening trains from Pittsburgh, Buffalo and 
Cincinnati, connecting next morning at Detroit with the Michigan Cen- 
tral Bail Boad for Chicago and the "West," thereby saving night travel 
in a hot pent up car. 



Detroit Passengers by taking this route. 

Will Save 173 Miles Rail Road Travel. 

^^No Loss of Sleep between Cleveland and Chicago. 
— < — ^ — . 

Trains on the Michigan Central Bail Boad run into the Great L^'nion 
Depot at Chicago, from which the trains of the Illinois Central ; Chicago, 
Burlington & Quincy ; Chicago, Alton & St. Louis; Chicago k Galena 
Union Bail Boads depart, avoiding Hack Hire and frequent changes of 
Baggage, incident to other Boutes. 

fiii^ Be sure and call for Tickets by the Michigan Central Bail Boad 
Line, and be sure that they read, " Cleveland & Detroit-" 

JS^^-For the transportation of Freights, Horses, Cattle, and movers em- 
igrating to the Far West, this line offers inducements that cannot be ob- 
tained elsewhere. 



Freights Contracted through to all Western points at the 
Lowest Possible Rates. 

BSr Tickets can be obtained at all the principal Ticket Offices, also 
at the Office of the line on the Dock. 

L. A. PIERCE, Gen'l Ag't. 
KEITH & CARTER, Agt's., Detroit. 

Cleveland, May, 1861. 

Grover & Baker's Family Sewing Macliines 



yND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



175 



^lanufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE. 

Personal Attention paid to 

1, COPPIR & SII[[I 



B@^ All kinds of iron Cornice constantly on hand and made to order. 

101 Prospect & 106 Brownell Sts., 
CLEVELAND OHIO. 

All orders promptly executed and warranted. 



TUTTLE H. B., AGENT FOR 
LAKE SUPERIOR IKON Co., 
AND (JENERAL COMMISSION 
MERCHANT, OVIATT'SBL'K. 

Iron Manufacturers. 

BEARDSWORTH & REEVES, 
PROPS OF UNION IRON 
WORKS. COR. WASSON AND 
HAMILTON. [See card p. 147.] 

Gardner G. S. & CO., 1(J West. 

HOLT & SWIFT, IRON FOUND- 
RY AND MACHINE SHOP, G4 
CENTRE. [See card p. 1!)2.] 

McCLELANDife Co., GLOBE IKON 
W^ORKS, COR. ELM & CEDAR. 
W. s. 

OTIS ,»t Co.. PKOP'S LAKE ERIE 
IRON WORKS.STEAM FORGE 
AND KOLLING MILL, LAKE 
SHORE, W. S. 

R. R.IRON MILL CO., MANU- 
FACTUKEKS OF R. R. IRON 
RAIL, CHAIRS, MERCHANT 
IRON, kc. NEAR C. <fc E. & C. 
P. R. ROADS. EAST SIDE OF 
THE CITY. (See card opp. in- 

SMITH AEBERT G., Pres't OF 
R. R. IKON 31ILL Co., NKAR 
PITTS BUPvG R. R. SHOPS.— 
(See card opp. index.) 

STONE. CHISIIOLM & JONES, 
MANUKACTUKERS OF R. R. 
IRON, BAR IRON, &c , &c., 
COR. FRONT AND RIVER. 



Iron Railings, Gratings, fee- 
Cleveland Iron Railing Works, 10 

]*rospect. 
HOLMES ROBERT, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF PLAIN & ORNA- 
MENTAL IRON RAILINGS, 
B A LCON I ES, VERA N D A S, 
WINDOW^ GUARDS, &c., &c., 
17 and 19 VINEYARD. [See 
card p. 154.] 
Schneider II., 10 Prospect. 

Jewelers. 

ABRECHT LOUIS, MANUFAC- 
TURING HAIR JEWELER, 70 
ONTARIO. 

Benton Lucius A., 112 Superior. 

Burt Merrit, 183 Superior. 

Cowles & Co., cor. Public Square. 

CRITTENDEN N. E., IMPORTER 
AND MANUFACTURER AND 
DEALER IN FINE WATCHES, 
RICH JEWELRY^ &c., 121 SU- 
PERIOR. (See card p. 181.) 

CUDWORTH AND LORING, 
W^HOLESALE DEALEKS IN 
WHTCHES CLOCKS. JEWEL- 
RY, &c., I'JG ONTARIO. 

Deitz B. G., G2 Public Square. 

Droz F. H., cor. of Pearl and De- 
troit, w. s. 

Field D. E., 127 Bank. 

GOOD.MAN JOHN, CLOCK AND 
WATCH .MAKERS JEWEL- 
ER, 250 SUPERIOR; [See card 
p. 147.] 



Arc tbe Best. Price from ?40 to ^lOO. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



AllllEiii l©f la. 




CLEVELASMD, OHIO. 



J. A. ENSIGN, - 
HENRY MARVIN, 



Proprietor. 
- Clerk. 



Grower & Baker make the Best Sewing Machines. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



177 



J. B. Glenn. 



I. W. MONCRIEP. 



J. B. GLENN ^ CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS 

^TEG-ET^^EXjES, ETC- 

ALSO, DEALKRS IN 

POULTRY AND GAME IN THEIR SEASON. 

Agents for J. Davidson's English Farina Cracknels, 
l^O Ontax'io Sti'cet, CLEVELA.]Vi:>, O. 

Orders from city and country filled iiromptly and at lowest rates. 



Heine A., 204 Pittsburg. Lime Manufacturers. 

Holt John P., foot of Lighthouse 'Calkins (K W. & Co., Canal, near 
JANKAU A, WHOLESALE i Weigh Lock. 

DEALER IN WATCHES & Clark Diodate, Centre. 

JEWELRY, " 



PLATED WARE, 
WHITE GOODS, LACES, COL- 



Lithographers. 



BANK, ST. [See card p. 146.] 
Livery and Sale Stables. 



LARS, SHIRT BOSOMS, &c.,iSanford & Haywood, Superior. 
184 SUPERIOR, [See card p.BRAINERD & BURRIDGE 
148.] -~ 

Johnson Geo., 316 St. Clair. 

MAYER JACOB, WATCH MA- 
KER AND JEWELER, 153|Briggs C. C, 190 Detroit, w. s. 
WATER, [See card p. 192.] Brisrgs E., 144 Pearl, w. s. 

MOLLEN C, WATCHES AND i Curds & Tompkins, 53 Champlain. 
JEWELRY, 194 SUPERIOR,|Gaines J. W., 128 Chauiplain 
[See card p. 139.] Jennings C. H., 10 Academy Lane. 

Pugh R. J., 10 Public Square. Lawrence W. G.^ cor. Erie and The- 

Schneider Geo., 14 Pearl, w. s. resa Lane. 

Thiele C. F., 133 Bank. Parker Frank, 99 Seneca. 

WAGNER WILLIAM, DEALER Potts W. H. & Co., 5 Academy 



IN WATCHES, JEWELRY- 
MONEY TO LOAN, COR. WA- 
TER & SUPERIOR. 
Wertheimcr M., 14 Pittsburg. 

Justices of the Peace. 



Locksmiths. 
Kirner M., 30 Pittsburg. 
Schwartzenburg Jacob, 156 Seneca. 
Steiger John G., cor. Columbus and 
Lorain, w. s. 



BROWN JULIUS H., JUSTICE 
OF THE PEACE, OFFICE, Cor. 
BRAINERD AND ABBEY, 
W. S, 

FOLJAMBE SAMUEL, JUSTICE 
OF THE PEACE, 96 SUPERI- 
OR. 

IIESSENMULER E., JUSTICE 
OF THE PEACE, 90 SUPERI- 
OR. 

Porter Wells, 133 Detroit. 
12 

GroTer &. Baker make the best Sewings machines. 



Lane. 

Sheldon W. B., St. Clair, 
ter. 



near Wa- 



Local Inspector of Lake Board 

of Undertakers. 
Gardner C. A., Oviatt's Block. 



Looking 



Glasses and 
Frames. 
Sargent J. W., Marble block 
rior. 



Picture 



Supe- 



178 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Wholesale Dealers in 
FUEIVOII, EIVOLISII, Al^XEXlICAIV, 

Ornamental & Plate Window Glass 

PAINTS, VARNISHES AND GLUE, 

186 SUPERIOE STREET, CLEVELAND, 0. 



Lumber Dealers 

Crapser M. & Co., 175 Merwin. 

Foote & King, 275 River. 

Harmon & Crowl, 139 Merwin. 

Hurlbut H. A., cor. Merwin and 
Centre. 

PURDY & McNEIL, WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEAL- 
ERS IN PINE AND DOMES- 
TIC L*UMBER, LATH & SHIN- 
GLES, 277 MERWIN, NEAR 
COLUMBUS ST. BRIDGE, 

SARIN W. & Co., MANUFACTU- 
RERS AND WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALERS IN LUM- 
BER, LATH AND SHINGLES. 
133 MERWIN. 

Sanford D., 160 Merwin. 

Sanford E., HI Merwin. 

SHELDON & FRENCH, WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEAL- 
ERS IN PINE AND DOMES- 
TIC LUMBER, LATH, SHIN- 
GLES AND TIMBER, 177 MER- 
WIN. 

Slaghfc E. & Co., River, w. s 

Sturtevant & Brothers 
gan and Seneca. 

THATCHER, BURT, & Co 
BER DEALERS, 197 
WIN. 

Thomas & Butts, 278 River, w. s. 

Malsters. 

Barry George W., 71 Superior. 
Spangler M. M. & B. L.. Michigan. 

Marble Works. 

Jones T. & Sons, cor. Prospect an.d 
Middle. 



cor Michi- 



LUM- 
MER- 



Myers, Url, & Co., 197 Ontario. 
Strong L., Merwin. 

Marine Inspector. 
Glazier N. P Oviatt's block. 

Market House. 

STICKNEY & Co., GENERAL 
MARKET HOUSE, 149 and 151 
ONTARIO. 

Meat Markets. 
(See also Butchers.) 

ARNOLD P. R., MEAT MAR- 
KET, BEEF AND PORK PACK- 
ER, 273 St. Clair. 

Brunner A.. 315 Pittsburg. 

Dressier Charles, 211 Garden. 

FolsoD G., 9 Pearl, w. s. 

Foster F. 57 Bank. 

Gehring K. A., 50 Abbey, w. s. 

Hahn Chas., 339 St. Clair. 

Heinlein L., 81 River. 

Hermerdinger J. & Co., 4 Garden. 

Hughes T, & J., cor. Detroit and 
Hanover, w. s. 

Knoblenler F., 214 Lorain, w. s. 

Koelges John, 97 Seneca. 

Langhorn James, 39 Bank. 

Miller C, 110 Pearl, w. s. 

Miller Louis, 303 St. Clair. 

Moorer J. R., 134 Cedar. 

Noderer John. 391 Lorain, w. s. 

Norton R. H., 146 and 147 Ontario. 

Probert W., 114 Ontario. 

Randerson J., 165 Detroit, w. s. 

Ross James, 124 Ontario. 

Seyle J., cor. Scovill and Laurel. 

STEDMAN B. & Co., DEALERS 



Grover & Baker's Family Sewing Machines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



179 



BENNET FOREST CITY HOUSE. 










M 

•^ 



CORNER SUPERIOR STREET AND PUBLIC SQUARE, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

JS. 1>. ^LLEZV, I*x-oprietoi*. 



IN FRESH AND SALT MEATS 
AND CURED PROVISIONS 
GENERALLY, 167 ONTARIO. 
Wurtz P., 17 Marshall. 

Mercantile Agency. 

Dunn R. C. & Co., Atwater build- 
ing. 

Merchants Dispatch. 

Boylston H. K., 2 Johnstone's block 
River. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Althen Geo., 1(JG Superior. 
Beverland John, 127 Detroit, w. s. 
Cooke & Alton, 32 and 34 Superior, 
Eyears Alfred, 121 Bank. 
Hancock Wra. B., 141 Superior, 
lleil Henry, 03 Pearl, w. s. 
Klegin C. F., 115 Seneca. 
Latiiuer L. M., 15 Public Square, 
iloeder D. 150 River. 
Mooney 3L, Public Square. 
Seaman H., 131 Bank. 
Shelly John, 125 Superior. 
Strong John. Cleveland Ohio. 
WIEBER J. B., MERCHANT TAI- 
LOR, G PEARL. 
Wilkinson A., 129 Bank. 

Milk Dealers. 
Heycox & Co., 1G7 River. 



Milliners. 

(See also Dress Makers.) 

Abbott Miss E. A., Hudson, near 

Scovill ave. 
Bower Mrs. II., 20 Kinsman. 
Buron Miss, 40 Pittsburg. 
Chubb Mrs. Julia A., 90 Lorain w. 

side. 
Dolman Mrs., cor. Superior and Sea- 

eca. 
Gunson Mrs., 24G St. Clair. 
Hoper Mrs., 44 Superior. 
Kimberly Mrs., 173 Detroit, w. s. 
Lappel Miss Mary, 7 Garden. 
Miller Mrs. M., Gl Rockwell. 
Snell Mrs. Sophia, 142 J*carl, w. s. 
Suss Mrs Babet, 222 Ontario. 

Millinery Silk & Fancy Goods,. 
(Sec also Fancy Stores.) 
Hutchins Mrs., 88 Seneca. 
Marchand J., 251 Superior. 
Meares Mrs. 25G Superior. 
Porter Mrs., 94 Seneca. 

Model & Patern Maker, 
Gerspacher J., 189 Kin.snian. 

Music Teachers. 
Brainard & Co., 203 Superior. 
Dormeyer H., 259 St. Clair. 
Frosch C, 8G Kinsman. 
Shaw & Barlow, 5 Huclid. 
Smith C, 38 Kinsman. 
Wilson Robert 59 Walnut. 



Are the Best. Price from $40 to i^lOO. 



180 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



CHARLES KOEBLER & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



l!lilil!,CHAIRUWEAl)UmU80I!UIi^'IIUf. 

^r^,U^ READY-MADE V- -^ . ^ 




Constantly on hand. Funerals ^^^3^^. 
attended and Carriages furnished. --,»-'^'"^3 




COR. KIIVSBXATV ^IVO CHAHLES STREETS, 



R. C. SPALDING, 

GENEKAL FIRE & MARINE 




,« ^; ,^,, .. ^ .. .mm 

No. 7 Board of Trade Rooms, 

OVIMT'S EXCnWGE, FOOT OF SUPERIOR ST„ 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



North-Westeni Insurance Company, 
Oswego — Capital and Assets, $320,000. 

Market Fire Insurance Company, 
No. 37 Wall street, New York— Capital 
$200,000. 

Norwich Fire Insurance Company, 
Norwich, Conn.— Capital $200,000. 

Phaniix Fire Insurance Company, 
Brooklyn, N. Y.— Cash Capital and 
Surplus, $282,859 86. 



News Depots. 
Hawks & Bro., 2>9 Superior. 
Murray J., 421 St. Chiir 
Walsh James, 226 Ontario. 
Watson J. S. 264 Superior. 

Newspapers . 

ALLARDT M. H., PUBLISHER 
OF REVIEW, AT WATER 
BUILDING. 

Brown Thomas & Kirkpatrick J., 
Lyman's Building, west Public 
Square. 

COWELS E. & CO., PROP'S OF 
CLEVELAND DAILY, TRI- 
WEEKLY AND WEEKLY 
LEADER, 144 SUPERIOR. [See 
card p. 198.] 



FAIRBANKS, BENEDIICT & 
Co., DAILY, TRI WEEKLY ct 
WEEKLY HERALD, 182 BANK. 
(See card p. 195.) 

GRAYJ. W., DAILY, TRI- 
WEEKLY AND WEEKLY 
PLAIN DEALEY, COR. SUPE- 
RIOR AND VINEYARD. (See 
card p. 173.) 

Lewis G. F., 99 Superior. 

Ohio Farmer, Lyman's Building, 
West Public Square. 

Notary Public. 
Camp H. S., 139 Superior. 

Nursery. 
Fletcher J. P., 468 St. Clair. 

Ocultists. 
Everett & Marshall, 86 Brownell. 

Omnibus Line. 

STEVENS H. S.. PROP'R OF 
THE OMNIBUS LINE, Pres r 
OF THE KINSMAN STREET 
R. R. Co., Superintendent OF 
EAST CLEVELAND R. R. Co., 
36 WATER. 

Oysters and Fresh Fish- 

Mallby C. S., 209 Superior. 
Mann L., 124 Detroit. 

Oil Cloth Factory. 

Cleveland Floor Oil Cloth Factory. 
Canal, above Ontario. 



Grover & Baker's Family Sewing Macliines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



181 



lEON AND NAIL WAEEHOUSE. 



Nos. 61, 63, 65&67 
SIVER STREET, 



CLEVELAND, 0. 



Nos. 95. 96, 97 & 9 
ON THE DOCK. 



WIIOLKSALE AGE.NX'Y KOIl THE SALE OF 




S .liLlTl MILS, 



COMMON AND CHARCOAL SHEET IRON, 

Juniata Boiler Plate, yprtng, Plow and Blister Steel, Steel Plow Wings, Bar Iron, 

Croton Window Glas3, Grindstones, William C. Barr's Celebrated Fire 

Proof Safes, &c., at Manufdcturers' Prices. 



ESTAI5LISHED 182G. 



i 



N. E. CRITTENDEN, 

Importer, Mannfmturer A Dealer in 

HE WATCHES, 

Silver Ware, Fancy Goods, Cutlery, &c. 
Watchmakers' fools and Materials. 

No. 127 Superior Street, 

CI>i:VKI.ANU, OHIO. 

Oil & Oil Lamps. 

BARRIE S. S., WHOLEJ^ALE 

DEALER IN OILS, LAMPS, &c., 
IIG BANK. 

CLARK AAROX, DEALER IN 
COAL AND CARBON OIL, AT 
WIIOLE.SALE, 289 ONTARIO. 
[See card p. 187.) 

Great Western Coal Oil Works, Of- 
fice rear of lOG St. Clair. 

Howe, Backus & Co., ofiSce at Na- 
tional Mills. 

Masury Joseph, 112 Bank. 

Pioneer Oil Works, Canal opp. On- 
tario. 

Paintei's & Artists Materials. 
DOUGLASS R. B. & Co. 

Painters and Glaziers. 

Adams G. H., 7U Superior. 

Ay lard Wm., 174 Seneca. 

Bond N. & Co., Euclid cor. Sheriff. 

Cherry Wm. II., 211 Ontario. 

Cordes G., 23 Ward, w. s. 



Denhan J. L., Sheriff. 

DOWLING J. S., ORNAMENTAL 
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINT- 
ING, GRAINING AND GLAZ- 
ING, 205 ONTARIO. 

Gibbon M. B., cor. St. Clair and 
Bank. 

|Howe & Willard, 29 Main, w. p. 

J urging W. D., 425 Lake. 

Linden John, 120 Pearl, w. s. 

Ncff & Bro., 433 Superior. 

Proudfoot David, 188 St. Clair. 

Proudfoot James, 159 Kinsman. 

Tascott J. S. & Co., 274 Superior. 

Tascott J. S. & Son., 274 Superior. 

Turton Chas., 18 Main, w. s. 

Vlest W. F., 152 Champlain. 

Witter S. <fe Son, 153 Detroit, w. s. 

Woodard and Logan, 122 Detroit. 

Paper Hangings and Window 

Shades- 
Carson ]M. <fe Co., 183 Superior. 
Downing J., 20 south-west cor. Pub- 
lic Square. ' 
LAWTON P., WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL DEALER IN PAPER 
HANGINGS AND CARPETS, 
193 SUPERIOR. 

Patent Agency. 

BRAINERD & BURRIDGE, 134 
BANK. [See card p. 154.] 



Bolton 
yard. 



Pattern Makers. 

& Aldrich, foot of Vine- 



Arc the Best. Price from $40 to $100. 



182 



LAKE SPIORE GAZETTEER 



J. P. WcMAHON, 

Manufacturer of 




Trunks, Whips, Horse Covers &c. 

Also, Military Work done to order. 

158 DETROIT STREET, 
Tf^EST Cfl.EVEL,4KO,OmO. 



F. J. BODY, 

Manufacturer of 

Wood and Willow 




BOYS' SLEIGHS, 

Wheelbarrows and Carts. 



Toys of every description. 
141 Greenwood Street, 



Pawn Brokers. 

Deroy A., 39 Superior. 
Van Baalen R. C. & Co., 41 Supe- 
rior. 

Pedestrian. 
Coy Frank, Ohio near Allen. 

Photogi'aphic Artists. 

(See also Aiobrotype, Daguerrean 
and Photographic Artists.) 

BECKWITH M. E., PHOTO- 

aRAPHIC ARTIST, 9 PEARL, 

UP STAIRS, W. S. 
Bisbee A., 211 Superior. 
Crobaugh S., 28 and 29 Hoffman's 

Block. 
McLEOD J). F., PHOTOCxRAPH 

& AMBROTYPE ARTIST, 116 

ONTARIO. 
RYDER I. F., PHOTOGRIPHIST, 

COR. SUPERIOR AND BANK. 

Physicians & Surgeons. 

Allen Dr. E. G., 44 St. Clair and 

102 Water 
Beckwith Dr. S. R., 34 Euclid, 

north-east cor. Public Square. 
Brooks Dr. M. L., 56 Euclid. 
Capner Dr. W. G., 102, Seneca. 
Clark S. G., 62 Garden. 
Cleaveland Thos. G. 171 Prospect. 
Gushing Dr. W. K. 10 Euclid. 
Delaniater J., cor. Rockwell and 

Wood. 
EAGLE PHARMACY, H. 



HENSCH, APOTHECARY, 208 
ONTARIO. 

EVERETT & MARSHALL, MED- 
ICAL PHYSICIANS AND OC- 
ULTISTS, 86 BROWNELL. 

Frosch Mrs. Louisa, 86 Kinsman. 

Gibson Dr., 141 St. Clair. 

Grissell Miss E., 85 Prospect. 

Griswold Dr., 134 Bank. 

HARTMAN CHAS. A., PHYSI- 
CIAN AND SURGEON AND 
CORONER, 117 PEARL, W. S. 

Herrick A. J., Marine Hospital, 
Lake. 

Hoyt D. 0., 228 Columbus, w. s. 

Hutchinson B. M., 39 Bolivar. 

Lammersmann H., 127 Lorain, w. s. 

Laisy J., cor. Rockwell and Wood. 

Leslie S., 148 Public Square. 

Libbey Dr. H. W., 92 Seneca. 

Lyqns R. J., 283 Superior. 

McCONNELL Dr. J. B. OFFICE 
235 SUPERIOR, OVER FOGG'S 
CHINA STORE. 

Maynard Alleyne, Cor. Euclid and 
Public Square. 

Messenger A. C, 117 Detroit, w. s. 

Nelson N. H., 227 Perry. 

PARKS W., MEDICAL PHYSI- 
CIAN, COR. ONTARIO AND 
MICHIGAN. (See card p. 171.) 

Rodman T. S., 121 Prospect. 

Roeder P., 231 St. Clair. 

Sanders Dr. J. C, 11 west Public 
Square. 

Sargent Dr. S. M., Rouse's Block, 
Public Square. 



Grover & Baker's Family Sewing Machines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



183 



KING & FREES, 




Improved Wrought Iron Bridge, 

WROUGHT IRON GIRDERS AND BEAMS. 




No, I. Corruffated Irou Sheet. 



Corrugated Iron Roofing, 
Boiler & Sheet Iron Workers, 

Factory, Corner St. Clair & 
Wasson Streets, 

Near Wason's Car Factory, 
CL.ETEL.AND, OHIO. 



Sheldon B. & S. E., 129 Detroit, w. 

side. 
Sterling Dr E., 4 Hoffman's Block. 
Strong Dr. R. S., 102 Seneca. 
Sweetland Dr. John. 97 >St. Clair. 
Thayer Dr. P., 219 Superior. 
Thrall F. G., 15(J Lake. 
TURRELL (1. F., PHYSICIAN & 

SURGEON. MATHEWS BL'K, 

PUBLIC SQUARE. 
Turrill M. Y., Public Square. 
Wamser J., 51 Lorain, w. s. 
^Veber Dr. G. C. E. 

Physicians, Homeopathic. 

Bower H., 850 St. Clair, 

HALL J. B., M. D., 17 WEST 

PUBLIC SQUARE. (See card 

opp. front cover.) 
JOHNSON J. M., M. D., HOMEO- 

PATHIST. 237 SUPERIOR, 

SARTWELLS BLOCK, COR. 

SENECA. 
Sapp L. W., cor. Euclid and Erie. 
Wheeler Dr. John, 11 west Public 

Square. 



Piano Fortes. 
(See also Music Stores.) 

Long J., Agent., 77 west Public 

Square. 
Pomeroy S. T., 19 west Public 

Square. 
Stodart's Piano Forte Agency, 17 

West Public Square. 

Planing Mills. 

Foster N. K., Canal. 

Persival & Lewis, 42 Elm, w. s. 

Ransom, Cobb & Co., cor. Colum- 
bus and Centre. 

SEABORN & HEMPHY, PLAN- 
ING MILL, SAWING & TURN- 
ING, CENTRE, NEAR CEN- 
TRE BLOCK. 

Sturtevant J., cor Michigan and 
Seneca. 

Plow Makers. 
Martin B. <fe Co., Hewitt's block. 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters. 
Born C. P., 218 Superior. 



Are tlic Best. Price from §40 to §100. 



184 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



GROVER & BAKER 




MACHINE 




No. £71 

Superior Street 

NEAR 

Merchants' Bank, 



LOOK AT THE NEW LIST OP PRICES. 

Plain Finished Family Machine, extra speed $40 

Formerly $50. 
Plain Finished Family Machine, large size, extra speed, 55 

Formerly $65. 
Fall Plated and Ornamented Machine, extra speed, ■. 60 

Formerly $75. 
Full Plated and Ornamented Machine, large size, extra speed, 70 

Formerly $90. 

Full Plated and Ornamented Machine, in case, extra speed, 90 

Formerly $100. 



We have recently introduced a new 



Shuttle Machine, 



FOR TAILORS' USE, 

Which is acknowledged to be Superior to any of its kind in the market 

[Price 50 Dollars. 



Family Sewing, Stitching and Quilting done to order. Silk thread and 
Needles constantly on hand. 

Grover & Baker's Family Se^Tin? Machines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



185 



ANGIER HOUSE 




tM'^- 



r r r 



J - 



T. 



5 » » a a a J! ii) ; -^ 

4 . .i^NClEP, H0U5E '« "^ 

1a sijiiini 




R. M. N. TAYLOR, PROP'R, 

Comei* Bank and St. Clair Sts., 

CIjEl*EIj*Mjyn^ OHIO, 



Are tlie Best. Price n-om $ lO to $100. 



186 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



w 



J. p. 

Comer Superior and Bank 



5 

ts., 



GroTer & Baker make the best Sevring Macbines. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



187 



GEORGE S. WILLIAMS, 

ISTo. 68 St. Clair Street, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 




Silk, Cotton and Woolen Goods, Dyed any Color. 

Crape, and every description of Shawls, colored or cleaned in a style to 
defy competition. 

Merino, Cashmere, and every kind of Woolen Goods, Cleaned and Dyed. 
Lace and Muslin Curtains, Bleached, Cleaned and Finished equal to new. 
Merchants' Goods Dved and Finished. 



AARON CLARK, 

Keliner and Dealer in 



HO ABLE Y, 

Manufacturer of 



COAL & CARBON OIL ^^^^"^ ^y^'-^'^y i^^^""^- 



Dentist's Mutlh-s, Fiie I'.rick and 
JTiles, for Gas Works and other purpo- 
ses. 

Cor. Main and Mulberry Sts., 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. | ivest ci.evei.axd, omo. 



AT WHOLESALE, 
No. 18(> ONTARIO STREET, 



Bower B. P. 102 east Public Square. 
Koberts & McGarvey, 12 Prospect. 

PorcGlain Teeth. 
WKIGHT M. L., MANUFACTUR- 
ER OF PORCELAIN TEETH, 
2UG & 208 LAKE. 

Porter, Ale and Beer. 
Steinhart A., 107 Scovill ave. 



PUBLISH ING HOUSE, CHAS- 
HAMMER, Agent, 218 and 220 
KINSMAN. 
INGHAM & BRAGG. I'UBLISH- 
ERS, BOOKSELLERS AND 
STATIONERY DEALERS IN 
SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS, 
LAW, MEDICAL AND MUSIC 
BOOKS, 191 SUPERIOR. 

Pumps, Water Drawers &c. 
Baker W. D., 7 Hoffman's block. 



Powder Agency. 
Fuller H. D. & Co., 8 Attwater blk.'Hutton W. M., 20 Columbus 

Wadsworth W. B. 56 Kinsman 
Printers, Book and Job. 
VEITS &: S AA^\( J E, JO B PRINT- 
ERS, 184 SUPERIOR, (See card 
p. 191.) 



Produce and Provision Dealers- 
DeWolf I. E , 50 Merwin. 

Publishers. 
EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION 



WHEELER J. W. & Co., MANU- 
FACTURERS OF AVHEELER'S 
PATENT WATER DRAWER, 
HEWITTS BLOCK. 



Rail Road Agents. 

GUSHING W. D.. AGENT FOR 
N. Y. &ERIE R. R. Co., OF- 
FICE FOOT OF RIVER, [See 

card p. 104.] 



Grovcr & Baker make the Best Se^vin? Machines. 



188 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



CITY FRENCH DYE HOUSE. 

•-•-• 

EUGENE ROBERT, 

Jfancg ^ilks, ^|a iw's anii iiooltn (i odIjs 

DYED IN EVERY VARIETY OF COLORS. 

Ladies and Gentlemen's Garments, Kid Gloves, Gaiters, &c., 
Dyed or Cleaned in the best manner. 

IsTo. 265 I>ITTSBXJIia STREET, 
CL.EVEf>AI^D, OHIO. 



Jolinson H., 11 River. 

PIERCE L. A., GENERAL AG'T 

MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. R. 

LINE, RIVER. (See card p. 153 

and 174.) 

Rail Road Car Builders. 

Cleveland & Columbus R. R. Car 
Manufactory. Merwin. 

MORRILL & BOWERS, R.R. CAR 
BUILDERS, NEAR PITTS- 
BURG R. R. SHOPS. (See card 
p. 159.) 

Real Estate Agents 

ALLYN ALBERT, PROPERTY 
EXCHANGE AND REAL ES- 
TATE AGENT, 4 ATWATER 
BUILDINGS. 

Haines H., 246 Superior. 

Little H. H., 213 Superior. 

Lyman J., 19 West Public Square. 

Rouse & Jennings. 211 Superior. 

Seymour Belden, 97 Superior. 

Rectifyers. 

[See also Distillers and Rectifyers.) 

BUHRER S., RECTIFYER AND 
DISTILLER, 70 MERWIN, (See 
card p. 170.) 

Roeder & Co., 265 Columbus, w. s. 

Kanson & Son, 378 St. Clair. 

Stopple Joseph, 85 Michigan. 

Restaurants. 

(See also Saloons.) 

MABB BRO'S., PROP'S TERRA- 
PIN LUNCH, (See card p, 193.) 



Retorts. 
HOADLEY THOS., .MANUFAC- 
TURER OF PATENT PYRO 
CLAY RETORTS, &c., COR. 
MAIN & MULBERRY, w. s. 
(See card p. 187.) 

Roofing. 

HUNTINGTON JOHN, & CO. 
SLATE ROOFERS AND DEAL 
ERS IN SLATE k ASPHALTIC 
COMPOS I T I N, CEDAR, 
NEAR CASE AVE. (See card p. 
149.) 

KING & FREES, MANUFACTU- 
RERS OF WROUGHT IRON 
BRIDGES, CORRUGA <ED 
IRON ROOFING, BOILER & 
SHEET IRON WORKERS, (See 
card p, 183.) 

TOWSON T.J., SLATE. GUTTA 
PERCHA, AND COMPOSITION 
ROOFING, 7 PERKINS' 
BUILDING, WEST SIDE PUB- 
LIC SQUARE, (See card p. 150.) 

Rope Walk.. 

Church James, 40 Miami. 

FEIKhRT CHAS., ROPE WALK, 
MANUFACTURER OF ALL 
KINDS OF ROPES, TWINES & 
CORDAGE, &c., 318 KINSMAN, 
(See card p. 165.) 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 
Bell J., 36 South side of Public 
Square.) 



Grover & Baker's Family Sewing Macliines 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



189 




I. W. BLAKE, 

AM) DEALER IX ALL KINDS OF 

Duck, Canvas, Bunting, Russia Bolt Rope. 

NO. 123 RIVER STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Awnings, Tents, Marquees and Wagon Covers made to order. Also, Flags 
made, and Trunks covered on short notice. 

JB^^Kesidence, corner of Lorain and Hudson Streets, Ohio city.-'^Jg 



Christian & Marshall, 30 Ontario.! 

Dare Jesse, cor. Prospect and On- 
tario. 

Haas A., 144 River. 

Hack Andrew, 344 Prospect. 

Haserott John, 123 Detroit, w. s. 

Hugel Wm., 178 Garden. 

Huntington, Price & Co., 88 Supe- 
rior. 

Irwine T., cor. Erie and Kinsman. 

Kallina Anthony, 8 Orange. 

Lindsay Thomas, 112 Detroit, w. s. 

Lyon & Whitelaw, 123 Seneca. 

McMAHOX J. P.. MANUFACTU- 
llER OF SADDLES, HARNESS, 
&c., 158 DETROIT, W. S. (See 
card p. 182.) 

MARSHALL GEO. F., SADDLE 
AND [LVRNESS MAKER, 14 
SUPERIOR. 

Price, Huntington & Co., 88 Supe- 
rior. 

Sauer Henry, 2G9 St. Clair, w. s. 

Scribah Lewis 181 Pearl, w. s. 

Stephan A., Kinsman opp. lirwin. 

Sail Makers. 

BLAKE L ^V.. SAIL MAKER & 
DEALER LNDUCK CANVASS, 
BUNTLXG AND RUSSLV BOLT 
ROPE, .kc, &c., 123 RIVER.— 
[See card p. ISl) .] 

MERRICK & KING, SAIL MA- 
KERS, TENTS, FLAGS, AWN- 
INGS, H AMMOCKS,^c., MADE 
TO ORDER, 203 RIVER. [Sec 
card p. 104.] 

SWAIN v., SAIL MAKER AND 



SHIP CHANDLER, 155 RIV- 
ER. 
Thompson & Nichols, 123 River. 

Saloons and Restaurants. 

Abraham J., 134 River. 

Algier Conrad, Pearl. 

Andrews T. F., lOG Seneca. 

Armbrustear Geo., cor. Groten and 
Forest. 

Backus Wm., 36 Merwin. 

Barnett James, cor. Front and Riv- 
er. 

Beilstein A., 154 Garden. 

Bennett John, Rail, rear of Court 
House. 

Bentz Henry., foot of Ontario. 

Boulton Every, 100 Pittsburg. 

Boulton Wm., 38 Main, w. s. 

Brown James, 44 Pittsburg. 

BURNETT HOUSE SALOON, J. 
TINKER & SON, COR. PROS- 
PECT ct ONTARIO. [See card 
p. 150.] 

Butterfield J. L., 175 Seneca. 

Carr Chas., 11 St. Clair. 

Clemens Wm., 16 Miami. 

Coonay J., 8 Main, w. s. 

Cowrter J., 317 Garden. 

Cowles C. F., Centre. 

Cowper Chas., cor. Spring and Light- 
house. 

Craik Geo., 84 ^lichigan. 

Cremar Mrs., West River, w. 8. 

CROMPTON TilOS. R., 190 ON- 
TARIO. 

Cunningham J., 120 River. 

Darragh J., 34 Merwin. 



Are the Best. Price from $40 to $100. 



190 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



m, I 

LAKE SUPEEIOE 




The First Class low pressure Steamers, "NORTHERN LIGHT" and 
"ILLINOIS," will leave Cleveland for Lake Superior reg- 
ularly, on the following days, at 8 o'clock, P. M. 



JOHN SPALDING, Commander. 



Friday, May 3d 

Wednesdey, May 15th 

Tuesday, May 28th 

Monday, June 10th 

Friday, June 21st 

Wednesday, July 3d 

Tuesday,. July 16lh 

Monday, July 29th 



Friday, August 9th 

Wednesday August 2 1st 

Tuesday, September 3d 

Monday, Sept., 16th 

Friday, Sept., 27th 

Wednesday October 9th 

Tuesday,, October 22d 



JOHN HALLARAN, Commander. 

Wednesday, May 8th iWednesday, August 14tli 

Tuesday, May 21st iTuesday, August 27th 

.Monday, June 3d [Monday, September 9th 

Friday, June 14th Friday, September 20lh 



Wednesday, June 26th 

Tuesday, July 9th 

Monday, July 22d 

Friday, August 2d 



Wednesday, October 2d 

Tuesday October I5th 

Monday, October 28th 



These Steamers will LEAVE DETROIT on the follow- 
ing days at 10 o'clock A. M. 

During the months of July and August the above Steamers will make 

Grand Pleasure Excursions 

Leaving Cleveland on their regular days. On these trips they 

WILL CARRY GOOD BRASS & STRING BANDS, 

And every effort will be made to secure the comfort and convenience of Pas- 
sengers. Each Point of interest on the route will be visited, giving 
pleasure seekers an opportunity to fully enjoy the finest, most healthy and 
instructive trip on the continent. 

B®" Passengers will find their advantage in embarking for the trip at 
Cleveland in having the first selection of rooms. 

For further information regarding Freight or Passage, address 
S. P.BRADY & Co., Detroit, Agts for Northern light, HANNA, GARRETSON & Co. AgtS. 

WilllAMS&Co., " " Illinois. Cleveland, Ohio- 



Crrover & Baker make tbe best Serving Ufacbiues. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



191 



VIETS & SAVAGE, 




USTo. 184 Siiperioi" Street, 
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Having lately fitted up our office with new Type and Printing Material 
generally, we are prepared to execute all kinds of Printing with neatness 
and dispatch. 



140 PITTSBURGH, NEAR 
CENTRAL PARK. 

Ilogan Simeon, 122 Detroit, w. s. 
Howton Wm., 206 Ontario. 
Jahrans C, 154 Kinsman. 
Jones Edward P., 86 Michigan. 
Jurgens F. W., 328 Erie. 
KINDSVAWTER P. LAGER 
BEER AND WINE SALOON, 

281 ST. CLAIR. 
F., Gates' Block, onjKraus John, 180 Ontario. 

Kritze Arnold, 433 River, w. s. 

Krouse 3Irs. Margaret, 81 Pittsburg. 

KuDz P., 337 St. Clair 

Lang J., 12 Centre. 

Lewis William, 114 Detroit, w. s. 

Lied D., 191 St. Clair. 

Locher W., 9[) Marion. 

Lockwood D. F.. cor. Seneca and 

Champlain. 
Lockwood S. S., 150 Seneca. 
M'Cauly John, 54 South side Pub- 



Deason Jacob, Centre. 
Denner J. L., Balware. 
Derrer Geo., 332 Columbus w. 8. 
Dlstler John, 149 Lorain, w. s. 
Dickenson Geo., 214 Pittsburg. 
Doharty J., 294 St. Clair. 
Doyle Francis, 16 Main w. s. 
Eber Solomon, 125 Lorain, w. s. 
Eberhard John, 9 Brainerd, w. s 
Eckerman H. M.,336 Prospect. 
Egensperger 

Dock. 
EUsasser AVm 265 St. Clair. 
Elmer N. 145 Ontario. 
Elwood Thos., 25 Superior. 
Fable John, 348 St. Clair. 
Fanghnan Peter, 319 Lorain, w. s. 
Farr Philander, 29 Ohio. 
Farrell M. J., 365 St. Clair. 
Farrell Wm., 37 Main, w. s. 
FAY A. R., 64 ST. CLAIR. (See 

card p. 156.) 
Felling Henry, cor. Pittsburg and 

Miami. 
Fraley J., 112 River. 
Fretter John, on Dock. 
GafTney Mrs., 7 St. Clair. 
Gallagher F., 82 Water. 
Gibbons Peter, 2 Kinsman. 
Gillmartain P., 55 Lighthouse. 
Givens G., 25 Superior. 
Goodwin John, Champlain. 
Goutler Frederick, 146 Lorain, w. s. 
Gramer G., 322 Pittsburg, 
(iiiffen James 116 Detroit, w. s. 
Griffin N., 108 River. 
Green Geo., 120 Pittsburg. 
Culbhad L., 216 Ontario. 
Harmon H., 100 Merson. 
IIEMPHY EARNEST, SALOON 

KEEPER & OYSTER DEALER, 



lie Square. 

M'Guire Patt, 45 Main, w. s. 

McGuire Paul, 17 Ontario. 

McKNIGHT JOHN, SALOON «fe 
GROCERY. COR. CENTRE & 
SPRUCE, W. S. 

McNEIL D., SALOON, 154 RIV- 
ER, 
i McNeil Duncan, 1 St. Clair. 
JMABB BROTHERS, TERRAPIN 
! LUNCH, 102 BANK. See card 
p. 193.] 

Major Christian, 61 Michigan. 

MANN L., SALOON, OYSTER 
AND FOWL DEPOT, 124 DE- 
TROIT, TOP OF HILL, W.S. 

MANN PETER, SALOON, 100 
WATER. 

Manning: Thos., 265 River, w.s. 



GroTer &, Baker make the best ScTvln? Machines. 



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f I>, HOLT A SWI-FT; 7^ 

CLEVELANH FPUNt)RY^i| 
slNCINE&MACHINE SHOrH 

S's-.--':-'6'4'' CENTRE ^vSI'- ■- - . 'r.^^ 
CLEVELAND. OltlO. 



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.MANUFACTURERS OF STE AM E N C I N E S, 

Aiukiiubs OF CASTmos, also scroll saws, 

'^V'S■AS1^ MOULDING ft S L AT M A C H I N E S ,. ;-^ 
lii:UREPAIR,(Nj3.:;AN;D CENER:Al J'OBBI NC, ,^ 



JOIIjV IIUHL,AI\'D, 



Lager Beer Saloon, 

402 PITTSBURG ST., 
CLEVEL.A^O, OUIO. 

Mark P., 56 St. Clair. 
MATTHEISON MRS. DKESSIL- 
LE, SALOON, WEST RIVER, 

w. s. 

Metcung Lorrance, 99 Lorain, w. s. 

MEYER a., SALOON & BOARD- 
ING HOUSE, 130 RIVER 

Miller Mrs. E., 60 St. Clair. 

Miller Peter, Lorain, w. s. 

Miler Philip, 162 Pearl, w. s. 

Mog A., cor. Perry and Pittsburg. 

Mohr Jolin, 350 Lorain, w. s. 

Moran J., 72 Water. 

MULLEN DANIEL, SALOON & 
(mOCERY, 261 RIVER, W. S. 

Mullin Wm. C, 61 Pittsburg. 

O'Donnell , 122 River. 

O'Meallia Jas., 32 Lighthouse. 

Pickersgiile W. W., 179 Seneca. 

Pierce & McNani, Marine block. 

Potts R. C, 4 Kinsman. 

Purdy James, cor. Miami and Wal- 
worth. 

Quale Fredrick, 71 Michigan. 

Rabatzky F., 10 Union. 

Raquet J., 164 Greenwood. 

Raucher John G., 178 Ontario. 



JACOB MAYER, 

Will CEMilKEil 

AIVr> JEWELER, 

No. 153 Water Street, 

cl.i:tel.a]vd, OHIO. 



Repairing neatly executed, on 
short notice. 



Rogers William, cor. Columbus and 
River. 

Roniger J., 144 Greenwood. 

Rosenbaum A., cor. Orange and 
Perry. 

Rouse George, cor. Bank and Frank- 
lin. 

RUHLAND JOHN, SALOON 
KEEPER AND PORK AND 
SAUSAGE STORE, 402 PITTS- 
BURG. [See card p. 192.] 

Ruhtz F. W., 645 St. Clair. 

Russell G., 104 River. 

Ryan J., 106 River. 

Sallzborger Fred., 141 Pearl, w. s. 

Schafer H., 18 Marshal. 

Schahterle J., 300 Pittsburg. 

Schlegal Jos., 149 Kinsman. 

Schneider John, 5 St. Clair. 

Schoemann Matthias, 180 Pearl, w. 
side. 

Schorndorfer C, 100 Kinsman. 

Schrien Mrs. E., 406 Lorain, w. s. 

Schwitzer A., 20 Water. 

Scovell B. T., 86 Erie. 

Seddon J., 6 Miami. 



See Dr. IIall'!>$ Card, opposite front cover. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



193 



J. 3Vt. HXJCSrHESS, 



.MANrrAcTrinii! oi' 



XI, IE fHAlII'lGl, KEIiTT Mil BITTEIl MES, 

PORTER AND BROWN STOUT, 

Office in Brewery, 15 West St., bet. Mervin & Vineyard, 



TiR 



OH 



MABB BROTHERS, Proprietors, 
102 BANK STREET, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



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This Restaurant is located in the central part of the city, and is one of the 
finest in Cleveland. The tables are supplied at all times with the delicacies 
of the season, and no pains will be spared to render it in every respect first 
class. Warm Meals at all hours, day or night. Choice Wines, Liquors and 
Cigars, always on hand. 



A. J. M.\Kn. 



H. W. MABB. 



I.. H. MABH. 



Semple John, cor. River and Main. 
Seneger Fred. 147 Scovell. 
Servance Jus. H., 45 Michigan. 
8peed G., 124 Bank. 
Stagelmier J., 172 lliver. 
Stanton Austin, 144 Detroit, w. s. 
Stegmier S., 172 lliver. 
Strove] John, 872 Prospect. 



Waldeck C, 279 Pittsburg. 
WaUacc C, 114 lliver. 
WALSCII JAS., 128 PITTSBURG, 
Warren J. R., 40 Erie. 
Watson J. B., 61 Pittsburg. 
Weatherhead Geo., Ki Pittsburg. 
Weckerling Geo.. 1G8 Seneca. 
Williams Henry, 42 Superior. 



STUCKLEY EDWARD, SALOONjWilliauison Andrew, 3(iG St. Clair 
KEEPER AND GROCER, 424, Wilson xMrs. Bridget, 118 Pittsbur- 
PITTSBURG. iWilson Helen. 7:; .Michi-nn. 



Thaler Frank, 338 Prospect. 

Thompson Wm., 1G2 Prospect. 

Van Eassell 0. H., cor. Michigan 
and Centre. 

VERCII E G., SALOON AND 
BOARDING HOUSE. COR- 
NER CENTRE AND MERWIN. 

Voght William, 55 Erwin. 

Volwerth 0., 108 Kinsman. 

Vorman Andrew, 20 Main, w. s. 

Wagner John, 194 Pearl, w. s. 

Waisbraith John, 99 Lorain w. s. 



Wincandrcad Elizabeth, 77 Hill. 
Ziemer W., 4 Brainerd, w. s. 
Zimmerman Gellas, 34 Lighthouse. 

Sash, Doors & Blinds. 
BROOKS S. C. & E. W., CENTRE. 
Kidney G. II., Mill, cor Erie and 

Kinsman. 
Shepard D. A & Co., Vineyard. 

Saw Manufacturers. 
MARIOTT WM. & Co.,SAW MAN- 



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See Card ol" Isaac A. Isaacs, pa^e 155. 



194 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



THOMAS E. MERRICK, 



CHARLES E. KING. 



.]^]Eli!H)I01^ os ICHNTGr^ 




o. 203 River St 



Orders solicited, except from Secessionists, which will not be received. 
We have facilities for furnishing Tents which we will deliver at Cleve- 
land, Ohio, at the following rates: 

Officers Tents made of Ship Duck, 7 feet, 2 inches long by 
8 feet, 7 inches at bottom when spread, with 2 feet, 8 inch- 
es Wall, and Sod Cloth 8 inches wide all round, and poles 

and pegs compL^te, at per Tent, $13,30. 

Tents for Privates made of same size and material as the of- 
ficers tents, with Sod Cloth 8 inches wide all round, with 

poles and pegs complete, at per Tent, 10,30. 

Tents made of Drilling at lower prices. 



There will be an iron pin in the top of the upright poles, which will be 
fcrruled or banded at entrance of the iron pin, and an iron plate at the 
ends of the ridge pole where it rests upon the uprights. Poles will be 
painted, and the tents furnished ready to be set up. 

Cost of transportation from Cleveland, Ohio, to other points, to be in 
addition to above rates. 

Bell Tents of all sizes made to order, and at rates corresponding with 
above. 



AND ALL STYLES OF FLAGS, 

MADE TO ORDER, OF SILK OR BUNTING. 

B@" All orders promptly filled. Address, 

MERRICK &, KING, 

Cleveland, Oliio. 
See Adverti!«euieiit of Or. Hall; opposite Frout Cover. 



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AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



195 



E[ER^1_.D 




ESTABLISHMENT. 



This Office is running SEVEN PRESSES, by STEAM, and with a large supply of 
materials, and wit.i the best workmen that can be employed, give us facilities for doin"- 
all kinds of 

lOB FRIITIf G I BOOK BIIOIIG, 

in as Good Style, and at as Low Prices, and as promptly as any office in the country. 

Our supply of stock is large, aud has been selected with care, from the best Eastern 
Establishments. 

Printers' Stock, Ink, Bronze, &c., sold at Eastern Prices, FOR CASH ONLY. 

THE CLEVELAND HERALD, 

Daily, Tri- Weekly and Weekly. 

THE HERALD will contain the Lastest News by Telegraph, a full .Market Report, 
Railroad Items, and all matters peitaining to a newspaper. 

20 copies to one Post Office, , Si 00 cacli 

and an extra Tri- Weekly to getter up of the Club. Clubs tan commence at any time. 

10 copies to one Post Office, aud one copy to getter up of the club, $] 20 each. 

7 " " " 1 43 " 

'> " " '• 160 " 

.3 » " " I 66 " 

Single copies, where there are no clubs, 2 00 '• 

At any Post Office where we have clubs, any person remitting us the club price, will 
receive the paper the same as though they comaieuced with the club. 

One copy at a Post Office, .^a 00 per year, or 25r. per month. 

Two copies to one Office, ....' $2 50 each. 

Ten copies, or over, to one Office, 2 00 " 

One copy, one year. 55 00 

" six months, 3 00 

" one month, 50 

Stibscrijjtions received for the Daily or Tri-Weekly for one year or one month. 

All orders v«'ill receive pronipt attention. Address 

FAIRBAKS, BENEDICT & CO., 

132 Bank Street, Cleveland, 0. 

See Dr. IlallVs Card, opposite front cover. 



196 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



UFACTUUEllS, CENTRE, 
NEAR CENTRE BLOCK. [See 
card, p. 197.] 

Seulptor. 
O'Brien John, 44 Michigan. 

Seed Store. 
Stair & Sons, 115 Ontario. 

Seminai-y. 

Cleveland Female Seminary, cor. 
Kinsman and Wallingford court. 

Sewing Machine Agents. 

Brant Miss E.. 15 Hoffman's block. 

Earl M. A., 242 Superior. 

Tine Mrs. Jane,, 63 Ontario. 

WADS WORTH S. J., ACxENT 
GROVER & BAKER'S SEW- 
ING MACHINE, 171 SUPERI- 
OR. (See card p. 184.) 

Shingle Maker. 
Burrit E. H., Merwin. 

Ship Builders. 

Johnson & Tisdale, w. s. 

Master.s I. U., w. s. 

Peck E. M., w. s. 

Quail & Martin, 110 Centre, w. s. 

Ship Chandlers. 

Rotheran E., 4G Merwin. 

LYON L. L., SHIP CHANDLER, 
G R C E R A N D BAKER, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
DEALER IN CANVASS, COR- 
DAGE, PITCH. OAKUM, &c., 
&c., 83 and 85 RIVER. 

O'Niel J. & Son 115 River. 

Ship Smiths. 
Masters E., 139 West River, w. s. 
Walrond & Wright, 12G River. 

Shirt Makers. 
Donnelly Mrs. A., 102 Seneca. 
Tage & Co., 243 Superior. 

Silk and Woolen Steam Dye 

House. 

WILLIAMS GEO. S., SILK AND 



WOOLEN STEAM DYE 
HOUSE, 68 ST. CLAIR. (See 
card p. 187.) 

Silver Plater. 
Gild R., cor. Prospect and Ontario. 

Soap and Candles. 

Cono-den Wm., 132 Chase. 

DUNCAN A. B., SOAP & CAN- 
DLE MANUFACTORY,CANAL 
FOOT OF EAGLE. 

Outhwaite & Blackwell, 22 to 35 St. 
Clair. 

Paton A., 134 Chase. 

SAUERTING J. C, SOAP AND 
CANDLE MANUFACTURER, 
COR. CANAL AND HARRI- 
SON. 

Spencer T. P., Can:.l. 

STANLEY GEO. A., LARD, OIL, 
STAR AND STEARIN CAN- 
DLE MANUFACTURER, ON 
THE CANAL, NEAR THE 
WEIGH LOCK. 

Stafford J., Canal. 

Townsend H. G. & Co., 43 Main, 
w. s. 

Soda Water Manufacturer. 
Gilbert & Norris, 60 and 62 Mich- 
ifc^an. 

Spar Maker. 
Burrin T. J., West River, w. s. 

Spectacles, 
Solomonson L. H., 130 Superior. 

Spereotype Gallery 
Stimpson C. W., 255 Superior. 

Spice and Coffee Mills. 

FRISBY, STEPHENS, & Co., 
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS. 
20 MERWIN, [See card p. 166] 

SMITH & CURTIS, SPICE AND 
COFFEE MILLS, 207 ONTA- 
RIO, [See card p. 161. J 

Stationery Store. 

(See also Books and Stationery.) 

Brown Mrs. H. F. M., 288 Superior. 



See Card of Isaac A. Isaacs, page 155. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



197 



CLEVEUND SAW MANUFAGTORT, 

Centre St., near Centre Block, 
CLEVELAND. OHIO. 




•^Brj" 



^--;-.> 



r 



^-^'^o. 



Every description of 
Saws, Circular. Mill, 
Pitt and Cross-cut, on 
hand or made to or- 
der. All kmds of 
Saws K e'- toothed. 
Straightened, Set and 
Sharpened. Handles 
put to Cross-cut and 
ihuul Saws, and New 



Suws fitted I'd 



1.^ ,u..i.. .>.>ed to 



Will receive prompt attention. Particular attention paid to the manufac- 
ture of Circular and Web Saws, for cutting Iron, Pn-ass, Shell, Bone, Ivory (fcc. 
Melodeon Springs. Springs for Machinery, India-rubber and Cork Cutters, 
Knives for mowing and Reaping Machines. 

B®"" All the above work done in the best manner by workmen of experi- 
ence and al)ility. 



Stationery and Mathematical In- 
struments. 



Sanford & llayward. 107 Superior. 

Stave Dealer. 
Ilarbeck J. S., Oviatt's block. | 

Steam Boat Line. 

IIANNA, GARllETSON, & Co,, 
AGENTS OF CLEVELAND. 
DETKOIT & LAKE SUPERI- 
OR LINE OF STEAMERS, 169 
k 171 RIVER. (See card p. 158 
and 190.) 

Steam Dyer. 

WILLIAMS GEO. S., 08 ST. 
CLAIR, (See card p. 187.) 



SALE DEALER IN STONE- 
WARE, SEWER AND WA- 
TER PIPE, FIRE BRICK, 
FIRE CLAY, W^ATER LIME. 
&c., RIVER. FOOT OF ST! 
CLAIR, (See card p. 149.) 

Storage and Shipping Merchants. 
Morris ]j. R., 1^'oot of River and 



Stencil Cutter. 



Reaitic 



Stone Ware. 
(See also Tinsmiths.) 
Abbey & Co., 161 River. 
WELLIIOUSE WM., W^IOLE 



Front. 

Stoves and Tin Ware, 

Dewey & Co., 86 Mcrwin. 

Hall J. E., 216 Superior. 

Jones R. A. & R., cor. Euclid and 
SheriflF. 

McKee P. M., 104 Public Square, 
East. 

xM A R \' I N W . L . , STO V ES A N D 
TIN WARE, 42 SOUTH SIDE 
PI^RLIC SQUARE, (See card p. 
172.] 

Myers R. P., cor. River and Light- 
house. 

Parrish <fe Knight, 94 Superior. 

Tetterback Peter, 188 Pearl, w. s, 

Wansou J., US South Side Public 
Square. 



See Dr. Ilair^ Card, oppo^iite front cover. 



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(lEIlli mmi TRI-WEEKl! All) Mil! 




A REPUBLICAN PAPER, 




PUBLISHED BY 



. COWLES & CO. 

AMERICAN BUILDING, 144 SUPERIOR STREET, 

CLEVELAIVO, OHIO. 



D.AILY MORNING LEADER, by mail, per year, $5; by mail, six months, $3. 

TRI-WEEKLY LEADER, by mail, per year, $3. 

WEEKLY LEADER, single copy, $1 50; 10 copies, $13 00; 15 copies, $17 00; 20 
copies, $20 00; 30 copies, $28 00; 50 copies, $46 00, 100 copies, $90 00. 

Any person sending us a club often or more, with the money, will be entitled to one 
copy for his trouble. 

TO ADVERTISERS. 

The Leader has the largest circulation in the State, out of CincinnatL It reaches the 
active, progressive and enterprising classes, and is, therefore the best possible medium 
for business men to gain access to the public by advertising. 





We are prepared, with the most elegant and varied assortment of Type in the West, 
to execute, in superior style, every description of 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, 

From a Card of a single line to a volume of thousand pages. Having several Steam 
Presses, we are enabled to do our work promptly, on short notice, and at low prices. 
Every description of-Book-Binding done in the best manner. Railroad, Bank and Com- 
mercial Blank Books done in the latest style and on short notice. 

See Card of Isaac A. Isaacs^ page 155. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



199 



Whittaker S., 129 Water. 

WOOLSON, HITCIICOOK, & 
CAllTEH, MANUFACrrjiERS 
AND WHOLESALE DEAL- 
ERS IN COOKING, PARLOR, 
& IIEATlNlr STOVES, JUNC- 
TION OF VINEYARD AND 
CHAMPLAIN, (See card p. 160.) 

Summer Garden. 

MESSNERct ELMER, PRO'S OF 
WILLIAMS' PARK, (See card 
p. 157.] 

Tailors. 

Ager F., 19 Prospect. 

Andrew Jas., 65 Kinsman. 

Baynes Wm., 75 St. Clair. 

Bontall J., 263 St. Clair. 

Cardozo H., 160 Prospect. 

Fox S., 124 River. 

Gillinan Clara, 223 Lake. 

Gillmore F., 42 Pittsburg. 

Heiman L . Bank. 

Huletz Charles, 705 St. Clair. 

Irwin M., 45 Oregon. 

Jaster John, 113 Bank. 

Josey Julius, 137 Scovell. 

Knippenberg Ernest, 210 Lorain, 
w. 8. 

Kohlniaier A., 89 Seneca. 

MILLER HENRY, MER. TAI- 
LOR, 100 LORAIN, W. S. (See 
card, p. 154. 

Wintzel Edward, 152 Lake. 

Morris F. IL, 8 Public Square. 

Phyper & Stokes, 114 Bank. 

Reding R. 16 Prospect, 

Rogen II. J., William's block, on 
Dock. 

Schener D., 627 St. Clair. 

SCHLITTER HENRY, TAILOR 
AND CUTTER, 264 COLUM- 
BUS, w. s (See card p. 164.) 

Smith E, W., 246 Superior. 

Weiber Jacob B., 6 Pearl, w. s. 

VVischmeier Frederick, 167 Lorain, 
w. s. 

Zwicker C. II. 295 Pittsburg. 

Tanners. 

Gaensslen Bros., 103 Water. 
Percival II. F. & Co., 19 Leonard. 



Telegraph Superintendent. 

Stager Anson, cor. Bank and St. 
Clair. 

Tinsmiths. 

Albrecht Henry, 183 Pearl, w. s. 

Armstrong W., 323 St. Clair. 

(Jroethe Peter, 229 Lorain, w. s. 

Gremm J., 152 Kinsman. 

Ju.ssand F., 210 St. Clair. 

(liilliford L. D., 647 St. Clair. 

3IoMullen Thos., 16 Prospect. 

POLYBLANK WILLIAM, MAN- 
UFACTURER OF COAL HODS, 
TIN BENT SPOUTS, OIL 
CANS AND JAPAN WARE, 
ONTARIO. 

Swing J. H., 179 Ontario. 

Van Tassel A. T., 476 Detroit, w. s. 

YAPP WM., TIN. COPPER. AND 
SHEET IRON WORKER. 101 
PROSPECT & 106 BROWNELL, 
(See card p. 175.) 

Tobacco Store. 
(See also Cigars and Tobacco.) 
Bergholz J., 175 Ontario. 

Trunk Makers. 

Latimer James, 56 &; 58 Centre. 
Thomson ,120 Superior. 

Truss Hoops. 

HIGLEY M. E., MANUFACTUR- 
ER OF TRUSS HOOPS, COOP- 
ER'S TOOLS &c., 30 CENTRE. 

Tubs, Pails &c. 

Stanley & Graham, cor. Main and 
Centre, w. s. 

Undertakers. 

Dutz D. W., 187 Erie. 

Ilowland J., 72 Bank. 

KOEBLER CHAS. & CO., MANU- 
FACTURERS AND DEALERS 
IN FURNITURE AND COF- 
FINS, cor. KINSMAN <fe St. 
CHARLES, (See card p. 180.) 

McLane Thus. 157 Lorain, w. s. 

Wagner L., 375 Superior. 



See Dr. Ifall's Card, opposite front cover. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 





Dr. L. GUST IN, J 



Having permanently located in 4>^ (M [Ml 

WoTilcl inform tliose stifleriniv from 

(Generally termed Inflamation of the Eye) 



Arising from Ulceration of the Eye or its membranes, or injury of any 

kind, either of short duration or many years' standing, that 

he is prepared, in all eases, to give immediate 

relief, and in most cases to give 



nm 



As a great many who have been so afflicted, are willing to testify. 



_A.LSO, 

STUTTERING & STAMMERmG, 



PEIlMAa«EIVTL.Y CUREO, 



CONSULTATIONS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 



All Chronic Diseases attended to at his Office, 

Opposite West end of Union Depot, N. E., Cor. III. & Lonisiana Sts., 

See S>ii'. IlaEl's Card, opposite front cover. 



AND 15USINESS DIRECTORY. 



201 



U. S. Commissioner and Master 
in Chancery. 

IlayJon C. Lyman's building. West 
I'ublic ifquarc. 

Upholsterers. 

(labcrdiel Geo. W., 193 Kinsman. 
Oerl John, 412 Perry. 
Whiting A.a., OS Bank. 

Variety Stores. 

Fernald Jno. S., 17G Ontario, w. s. 
Hays John & Co., 272 Superior. 
Lehman H., 58 (Jarden. 
Levi & Weidenthall, 271 Kinsman. 
Levi & Weidenthall, 415 St. Clair. 
Moditzka Samuel, l'J5 Kinsman. 
Weiner 11., 233 Erie. 

Veterinary Sul-geon. 

Hinder Henry, cor. Kinsman and 
St. Charles. 

Watch Maker. 

(See also Jewelers.) 
Kruger 1^., G4 Public Square. 

Water Cure. 
Scclye T. T., 31. D. Prop., Sawtel 



Water Drawers. 

(See also Pumps &c.) 

WHEELER J. E. & Co., MANU- 
FACTUllERSOF WHEELER'S 
PATENT WATER DRAWER, 
HEWITTS BLOCK, VINE- 
YARD. 

Wheel Barrow Makers. 
Kelly jNIichael, 47 Lighthouse. 

White Lead Manufacturer. 
Cary G. & Co., Hewitt's Block. 

Wig Makers. 

Greenfield G., 121 Seneca. 
Gunson M., cor. Public Square and 
Superior. 



Niel James, 2 Pittsburg. 

Willow Ware. 
BODY F. J., MANUFACTURER 
OF WILLOW CABS, SLEKMIS, 
TOYS, etc., 141 GREENWOOD. 
[See card p. 182.] 

Wines and Liquors. 

Bishop, Mason & Co.. 123 Water. 

Block S. H. & E., 30 Merwin. 

BUHRER S., WHOLESALE 
WINES AND LIQUORS, G 
HEWIT'S BLOCK. [See card, 
p. 170.] 

CORNINtr & CO., WHOLESALE 
DEALERS IN WINES AND 
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, 7G 
& 78 RIVER. 

Curran James, 3G River. 

Dickinson J., Columbus. 

FAY A. R., WINE AND LAGER 
BEER HALL, G4 ST. CLAIR. 
[See card p. 156.] 

Hill J., 98 Bank. 

Hillard & Hatch, 70 River. 

Ilocke J. B., GO Merwin. 

Lawtey Wm. & Co., GO Merwin. 

LEICK GEORGE, IMPORTER & 
DEALER IN BRANDIES,GINS, 
WINES, WHISKIES AND HA- 
VANA CIGARS, 181 ONTA- 
RIO. 

Riley M. L., 107 River. 

Boeder G. & Co., 2G5 Columbus, 
w. s. 

TROMMLTTZ W., DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF FOREIGN & 
DOME.STIC LIQUORS, ONTA- 
RIO, NAER MARKET. 

Weaver & Bro., 138 River. 

Weideman & Co., 104 River. 

Wire Cloth Weaver. 
Noyes A. M., 25 Vineyard. 

Wood Dealers. 

GOODALE ct CO., DEALERS IN 
WOOD. &c., 107 BANK. 

HASTL\(r S. v.. WOOD DEAL- 
ER, Cor. BOLIVER AND MIA- 
MI. 



See Card of Isaac A. Isaacs, page 155. 



202 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Wooden Ware- 

Hervey & Bousfield, Leonard, 
Stanley & Graham, cor. Centre and 
Main. 

Yankee Notions. 
McNallyP., 20 onDftck. 
Matthien C. F., 104 Lorain. 
Schutthelm John, cor. Lake and 

Erie. 
Stillson, Leek & Price, 140^ (old No. 

22) Water. 
Weidenthall Lepol, 392 Perry. 



PAINSVILLE, O. 

The county seat of Lake county, on 
Grand river, 3 miles south of Lake 
Erie and Cleveland and Erie Rail- 
road, and 29 miles from Cleveland. 
It contains a large Union school, 
a Pemale Seminary, one Masonic 
Lodge and Chapter, 2 Lodges I. 0. 
0. F., 6 Churches, Bank, &c. Pop- 
ulation about 4,000. 



LAKE COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Horace Wilder, Judge Court Com- 
mon Pleas. 

C. S. Waring, Probate Judge. 

C. Quinn, County Clerk. 

Caleb Ensign, Treasurer. 

Benj. D. Chesney, Auditor. 

Franklin Paine, Recorder. 

J. V. Viall, Sheriff. 

Wm. L. Perkins, Pros. Attorney. 

Horatio Munson, Surveyor. 

J. Coolidge, Coroner. 

T. Rockwell, S. T. Lomis, J. T. Doo- 
little, County Commissioners. 

J. P. Axtell, J. T. Doolittle, Milo 
Harris, Directors County Infirm- 
iry. 

PAINESVILLE CITY OFFICERS. 

C. A. Avery, Mayor. 

Henry Sanford, Recorder. 

W. Mathews, A. J. Williams, S. C. 

Hickox, 0. J. Lines, C. Quinn, 

Members Council. 
A. W. Stocking, Marshal. 
S. Butler, Collector of Customs. 



MASONIC. 

Masonic Hall cor. State and Main. 

Temple Lodge, No. 28, meets every 
Second and Fourth Saturday in 
each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Painesville Chapter, No. 46, meets 
the First and Third Thursdays in 
each month, at Masonic Hall. 

Painesville Council, No. 23, meets 
the first Friday after the first 
Thursday in each month, at Ma- 
sonic Hall. 

I. 0.0. F. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. Main and 
St. Clair. 

Northern Light Lodge, No. 04, meet 
every Monday night, at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall. 

Cornucopia Lodge, No. 212, meet 
every Tuesday evening, at Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Union Encampment, • o. 46, meet 
the first Wednesday in each 
Month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Agricultural Implements. 
Wilder T. & G. N., State. 

Ambrotypes and Photographs. 
Clapsadel J., Main. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Bissel & Tinker, cor. State and 

Main. 
Bosworth Perry, cor. State and 

Main. 
Doolittle J. T., cor. Main & St. Clair. 
Huntington E. S., cor. State and 

Main. 
Mathews Stephen, cor. Main and 

State. 
Nevison W. W., Wilcox Block, Main. 
Perkins Wm. L., Wilcox Block, 

Main. 
Sterling tfe Komar, Milwaukee Block, 

Main. 
Williams A. J., Milwaukee Block, 

Main. 

Baker. 
Barber Daniel, jr., Milwaukee Block, 
Main. 



See Advertisement of Dr. Hall, opposite Front Cover. 



AND lUISIXESS DIRECTORY. 



203 



Manulacturer and iJcalcrin 

CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. 

Sole Manufacturer of Sherwood's Improved Cultivator. 

Tliis is the most diirahlc uiul tHoiKiiiiical (,'ulli\ atoi'. evt r otlficil to tlie 
public, boing constructed to throw tlie earth from tlie Corn at the first hoe- 
ing, and by leversing Shears and StocPcs, will throw the earth to tiie Corn at 
the second hoeing, as practicallj' as can be done with a iiand hoe. It will 
save fifty per cent, in labor above any machine in the market. Price, §6. 
^ The usual discount to the trade. 

Manufactory, State Street, 

1^ J^ I M 1^: S A^ I 3 , L E , o ti 1 o . 



Banks and Bankers- 
Bank of iJeauga, Daniel Kerr, Prest. 
S. S Osburn, Cash'r.. cor. Main 
and City Park. 
Kerr Daniel, Prest. Bank of Geau- 
ga, cor. 3Iain and City Park. 
Lake County Bank, E. S. Pike & 

Brother, Jlain. 
Osborn iS. S., Cash'r. Bank of Geau- 
ga, cor. Main and City Park. 
Pike E S. & Brother, Lake County 

Bank, >Main. 
Steele Horace, jr., Banker and Ex- 
press Agent, Main. 

Barbers. 

Freeman Wm., Cowles House, cor. 

Main and St. Clair. 
Stanton J., cor. Main and St. Clair. 

Billiard Room. 
Baker L T., cor. Main and St. Clair. 

Blacksmiths. 

Roe D. A., State. 
Titus Hiraiu, State. 

Book Binder. 

WHITAKEK L., BOOK BINDER. 
M A 1 N, U P STAIRS. (See card 
p. 204) 

Books and Stationery. 

Bartlctt C. S., Main. 
Schofield J. F., Milwaukee block, 
Main. 



Smith L., 3Iain. 

Boots and Shoes. 

iBenedictR. F., Main. 

Braman L., Milwaukee block, Main. 
lEddy D. M., cor. Main and St. Clair. 

Gafney J., State. 

iGriswold H. h. & Co., Main. 

iMellin E. T., Main. 

Patterson C. W., Marshall's block, 
Main. 

Werner C, State. 

Brick Yard. 

Thompson Daniel, near Main street 
Bridge. 

Carriage and Wagon Manufact- 
urers. 

Chubb A., Jackson. 

Johnson Henry, State. 

MclJrew F., foot of Main. 

SHERWOOD E. N., MANUFACT- 
U RE R F W A n N S, C A lUlI A - 
GES, &c., STATE. [See card p. 
203.] 

Carriage Painter. 
Offer Chauncey, foot of Main. 

Carriage Trimmer. 
Camfield M., foot of Main. 

Carpenter and Builder. 
Hickox S. C, State. 



See Card of l!«aac A. Isaacs, page 155. 



204 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



CARLOS NORRIS, 

ManurMturerand wholesaledealer in 

OHIJ^DRENS' 




AND CARRIAGES. 



The Trade furnished with all kinds 
of Childrens' Willow or Wooden Cabs 
and Carriages, on the most reasonable 
terms. 

Manufactory on North Ridg-e Road, 

PAIIVS^SVILI^E, O. 

Childrens' Cabs, Wagons, &e. 

NORRIS CARLOS, MANUFACT- 
URER OF CHILDRENS' CABS 
A N D W A G N S, NORTH 
RIDGE ROAD. [See card p. 
204.] 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Masters W. G., Marshall's Block, 
Main. 

Clothing. 
Porter L. A., Wilcox block, Main. 

Commission Merchant. 

SMITH MARCUS, COMMISSION 
MERCHANT AND DEALER IN 
SUGAR, FLOUR, FISH, SALT, 
WATER LIME, PLASTER, 



T« WHITAEiEa 



Books Ruled, Paged, 

A-ncl Bo"Liiicl to Order 

Marshall's new Block, Main St., 

PAIHESVILLE, OHIO. 

Orders from abroad promptly ex- 
ecuted. 



Huntington Dr. S. P., cor. Main & 
State. 

Dress Makers. 
Branch Miss M. S., Main. 
Rich Mrs. M. J., Wilcox Block, 

Main. 
Tear Sarah, Milwaukee Block, Main. 

Druggist. 
Casterline & Lee, Wilcox Block, 

Main. 
Woodey S., cor. Maine and St. Clair. 

Dry Goods. 
Cowles G. R., Cowles House Block. 

cor. Main and St. Clair. 
Curtis & Pancost, Maiu. 
Lockwood Brothers, Main. 
Pratt & Mather. Main. 



WINES AND LIQUORS, 1 COM- Wilcox & Co.. Wilcox Block. 



MERCIAL BLOCK, CORNER 
STATE AND xMAlN. [Seacard 
p. 206.] 

Confectioner. 
Buys H. N., State. 

Cooper. 
Durand L., State. 

Crockery, Clocks, Watches, &c. 
Gray D. C. & Co., cor. Main and St. 
Clair. 

Dentists. 

Fowler W. II., Milwaukee Block, 
Main. 



Williams Henry, State. 

Floui-ing Mills. 
Painsville Flour Mills, Main, near 
the Bridge. 

Foundry and Machine Shop. 
Wilcox, Hurlbut & Co., Jackson. 

Freight Agent. 
KNIFFIN C. K , FREIGHT AG'T 
CLEVELAND & ERIE RAIL 
ROAD. 

Furnace Coampany. 
SANFORD P. P., AGT. FOR GE- 
AUGA FURNACE CO. NORTH 
RIDGE ROAD. 



See »r. flail's Card, opposite front cover. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



205 



l^LI T. BOOTH, P»roprietor. 

1 ♦ I 

Livery Stable Connected with the House. 
» * « 

Corner Main and St. Clair Streets, 

PAINESVILLE, OHIO. 

Omnibuses to and from cvciv Train. 



Furnitui'e Manufacturers. 

Lines & Co., Russell's Jilock, Main. 
Talbot J. T. & Co., Main. 

Gas and Coal Company. 

Painesville (Jas & Coal Company, 
Works near the Depot, office 
Main. 

General Merchant. 
House J. ct Son, State. 

Groccx'ies and Provisions. 

Baldwin G. M^., Main. 

Dinj^ley W. W., cor. State and Main. 

Komar A. C. & Co., Main. 

Ladd & Clayton, cor Main and 

State. 
Dee Geo., State. 
Morse C, Covvles House Block, cor. 

Main and St. Clair. 
Stocking S., State. 
Tinan 11. & Son, cor. Main and St. 

Clair. 

Guns, Pistols, &c. 
Haskell Riley, Main, near Park. 

Hardware Dealers. 
Marshall F., Main. 
Raynolds k 31athews, cor. Main and 
State. 

Harness Makers. 

Childs Asa, cor. Main and St. Clair. 
Cleveland W. M., State. 
KAISKR JOHN, xMANUFACTr- 
RER AND DEALER IN JlAR- 



NESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, 
WHIPS, LASHES, FLY NETS, 
.AND HORSE BLANKETS, 
SOUTH-WEST COR. MAIN & 
STATE. 

Hats and Caps. 
Moodey R. A., Main. 

Hotels. 

American House, foot of Main. 
BOOTH E. T., PROPRIETOR OF 

THE COWLES HOUSE, COR. 

MAIN AND ST. CLAIR. [Sec 

card p. 205.] 
COWLES HOUSE, E. T. BOOTH. 

PROPRIETOR, COR. MAlxN & 

ST. CLAIR. [See card p. 205.] 
Dunningan P. M , State, near the 

Depot. 
Gafield A. H., foot of Main. 

Insurance Agents. 

Ford W. L, 3Iilwaukee Block, Main. 
Warning C. S., cor. State and Main. 

Jewelers. 

Ackley L. W., Main. 

Carter 0. G., Milwaukee Block, 

Main. 
Rich J., Main. 

Job Printers. 

Doolittlc M. J{., cor. Main and St. 
Clair. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Loomis S. T., cor. State and Main. 
Rockwell T., ^Milwaukee Block, 
Main. 



See Card or Isaac A. Isaacs, page lOd. 



206 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



M^ROTJS SMITH, 

FORHIiDlilli ilD CilllSSlii lEiCilll. 

Wliolesale and Retail Dealer in 

Sugar, Floor, Fisli, Salt, Water Lime and Plaster. 

All kinds of 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES & LIQUORS. 

Butter, Cheese, Lard, Kiig'S, Poultry, Green and Dried Fruits. 

HO. 1 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, 

Cor. State and Main Sts., PAmESVILLE, 0- 



Livery Stables. 

Briggs Pt., St. Clair, rear of CowJes 

House. 
Barrage D., foot of Maine. 
Stockwell B., Washington opp. St. 

Clair. 

Lumbei' Dealer. 
Gage L. R., cor. State and Erie. 

Machine Shop. 

Anderson & Coe, cor. St. Clair and 
Jackson. 

Marble Works. 

Mathews & Kleeberger, State. 

Meat Market. 

Elias Henry, State. 
Elias Sanford, St. Clair. 
Huntoon & Gregory, Main. 

Melodeon Manufacturei'. 

Bishop E. N., Melodeon Building, 
State. 

Merchant Tailors. 

Blackmore & Baker, Main. 
Fisher N. M., Main. 

Millinery Goods, &e. 

Beard H. W., Milwaukece Block, 

Main. 
Scofield Mrs. J. L , Main. 
Seeley Mrs. L. A., Main, 
Winslow Mrs. A. J., Main. 

Newspapers. 
Paincsville Telegraph, (weekly,) L. 



S. Abbott, Editor and Proprietor, 
Steele's block. Main. 
Press and Advertiser, H. C. Gray, 
Editor and Proprietor, cor. Main 
and St. Clair. 

Nursery. 

STORES & HARRISON, PAINE3- 
VILLE NURSERIES, FRUIT 
AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, 
GRAPE VINES, FLOWER, 
GARDEN AND BEDDING OUT 
PLANTS, NORTH RIDGE 
ROAD. 

Painters. 

Brooks T. &.Son, State. 
Weeks S., State. 

Passenger Agent. 

PHELPS S. W., PASSENGER 
AGENT CLEVELAND k ERIE 
RAIL ROAD, OFFICE AT DE- 
POT. 

Photographic and Ambtotype 
Artist. 

Clapsadel F., "Wilcox block, Main. 

Physicians. 

Matthews Dr. J. H., State. 
Willey Dr. D. II., Wilcox block, 
Main. 

Planing Mills and Sash and 
Blind Manufacturers. 

Colby M. H., rear of State. 
Kicker G. L., North Ridge Road. 
Weed Julius, rear of State. 



See AdvertiseiMeBit of Dr. Hall, opposite Front Cover. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



207 



ASHTABULA HOUSE 

fi. G. WARMINGTON. 

Ofilee of the 8on(herii Stages. 

A Livery Stable in Connection with the House. 
Main Street, ASHTABULA, OHIO. 

fir-rr" ' •innibuses in attendance at every Train. 



Post Master. 

Seymore M. 31., Milwaukee block, 
Main. 



Real Estate Agent. 
Bruce C. G., Milwaukee block, Main. 

Saloons 

Babcock E., State. 

Dod^t^e N., Stat3. 

Fleming F. H., cor. Main and St. 

Clair." 
llijigins J., Main. 
Lanphier W., opposite Depot. 
Lindsay J. S., Main. 
Rich M. J., Main. 

Seminary. 

Lake Erie Female Seminary, Hon. 
K. Hitchcock, Prest.; Hon. Aaron 
"Wilcox, Secy and Treas,; Miss. 
Lidia Session, principal. 

Stoves and Tinware- 
Abbott W. C. i*c Co., Avery"s block, 

State. 
Clayton D. B., Main. 
Holeomb H., State. 

Tailors, 

Cain E., State. 

Curphay Wm., "Wilcox block. Main. 

Tanner and Currier. 
Tailor J. H., Main. 



ASHTA.BULA, O. 

A post village of Ashtabula county, 
on Lake Erie, at the mouth of Ash- 
tabula creek, and on the Cleveland, 
Painesville and Ashtabula iiailroad, 
10 miles from Jefferson, the county 
seat, 200 miles from Columbus, 58 
miles from Cleveland, and 275 miles 
from Cincinnati. It contains sever- 
al Stores, a Bank, Newspaper, Li- 
brary Association, 1 Union School, 
and a School connected with St. Pe- 
ters Church, 1 Masonic Lodge, 1 
Odd Fellows Lodge, 5 Churches, 1 
Flouring Mill, 3 Foundries and Ma- 
chine Shops, 5 Hotels, -l Soap and 
Candle Manufactories, several Steam- 
boat Builders, and 4 Sash and Blind 
Factories. Population, about 4.000. 



W. W. Smith, Mayor. 



MASONIC. 



Rising Son Lodge, No. 22, meet 
Tuesday before the Full of the 
Moon, and the Second Tue.'^day 
following, at Masonic Hall, Union 
School building. 



I. 0. o. F. 



Western Reserve Lodge, No. 50, 
meet every Friday evening, at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Union School 
building. 



See Dr. UulTs Card, opposite front cover. 



208 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



LEWIS & ROBERTS, 

Handle 



Factory. 



Manufacturers and Dealers in all 
kinds of 

f1 



MAIN STREKT, 

ASHTABULA, OHIO. 

All kinds of Handles made to order 
from paterns. 



Attorneys at Law. 

Booth C, Main." 
Fitch 0. IL, Main. 
Sherman & Farmer, Main, near the 
Fisk House. 

Bank. 

Farmers Branch Bank of the State 
Bank of Ohio, 0. H. Fitch, Pres- 
ident; A. F. Hubbard, Cashier; 
Main. 

Billiard Boom. 
Burned Edmond, Main. 

Blacksmiths. 

Runkle I., Main. 

Kutter & Capindale, Main. 

Bonnet and Millinery Booms. 

Stodard Mrs. I. K.. Main. 
Wright J. G., Main. 

Books and Stationery. 
Dick M. G., 3Iain. 

Books, Stationery and Fancy 
Goods. 

Chapman J. E., Main. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Beck G., opposite Depot. 

Lay T. S., Main. 

Nuttall W., Main. 

NUTTAI.L W. G., BOOTS AND 
SHOES, SALOON AND BREW- 
ERY, MAIN. [See card p. 208.] 



FOR SA.LE. 

The Stock and Fixtures of the 

Ashtabula Brewery. 

The subscriber, on account of ill 
health, offers the Stock and Fixtures 
of the above, for sale CHEAP. It is a 
good chance for an enterprising man, 
as there is no Brewoy within fifty 
miles. Terms Reasonable. 

W. Cf. NUTTALL, Proprietor, 

ASHTABUI.A, OHIO. 



Patterson G. A., Main. 
Redhead H., Main. 
Sikes & Shjan, Main. 

Butter and Cheese. 
Hubbard & Silman, Main. 

Carriage and "Wagon Makers. 

Benham W. G. Main. 

Hall E., Main. 

Savage J. H. & Co., Main. 

Clothier. 

Wolff L.,^ Main. 

Confectionery and Ice Cream 
Saloon. 

Fowler W^m., Main. 

Dentist. 
Barrett Dr. E., Main. 

Drain Tile Manufacturers- 

Humphrey & Pennfield, Road South 
from xishtabula House. 

Druggists. 

Hendry & Copeland, cor. Centre 
and Main. 

Dry Goods. 

Herrick & Bro., Main. 
Mann W. W., Centre. 
Robertson J. P., Main. 
Smith & Gilky, Main. 
Tyler & Collins Main. 



See Advertisement of Dr. Hall, opposite Front Cover. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



20^ 



Express Agents. 

American Express, office at the De- 
pot. 

Fanning Mill Manufacturer. 
Crosby L. M., Elm. 

Flouring Mill. 
Maltby J., foot of Main. 



Foundries and Machine Shops. 

Crosby & Olmsted, rear of Ashtabu- 
la House, Main. 
Rice H., ]Main. 

Furniture Manufacturers. 

Ducro & IJro., Main. 
Savage L., 3Iain. 

General Merchants. 

Hall Stephen, Main. 
Willard Geo., Main. 

Grocers. 

Fowler John, Main. 

Haskell & Son, Main. 

Osborn S. C, 3Iain. 

Thomas N. H., Pennsylvania ave. 

Toombes H. C, Main. 

WELLS & FAULKNER, WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 
AND COMMISSION MERCH- 
ANTS, WESTERN RESERVE 
BUTTER & CHEESE, EGGS, 
POULTRY AND PRODUCE, 
GREEN AND DRIED FOR- 
EIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS, 
MAIN. 

Handle Factory. 

LEWIS & ROBERTS, MANU- 
FACTURERS AND DEALERS 
IN ALL KINDS OF AGRI- 
CULTURAL IMPLEMENT 
HANDLES, &c., MAIN. [See 
card p. 208.] 
14 



Hardware. 
Hubbard G. C, Main. 

' Harness Maker. 

Ford & Bro., Main. 

Hotels. 

American House, opp. Depot. 

ASHTARULA HOUSE. R. C. 
WARMINGTON, P R P R I E- 
TOR, MAIN. [See card p. 207.] 

Baker M., opp. the Depot. 

Fisk House, opp. Depot. 

Union House, opp. Depot. 

WARMINGTON R. C, ASHTA- 
BULA HOUSE & SOUTHERN 
STAGE OFFICE, MAIN. [See 
card p. 207] 

Iron "Works. 
Tower R.& Son, Main. 

Jewelers. 

Dickinson G. W., Main. 
Punghes W., Main. 

Lime Kiln. 

Humphrey Wm., near Depot. 

Livery Stable. 

Merow Orson, rear of Ashtabula 
House, Main. 

Marble Works. 
Reeves J. L., 3Iain. 

Meat Market. 

Allcock & Mann, Centre. 
Phillips & Stephens. Main. 

Merchant Tailors. 
Brigham & Co., Main. 

Millinery Goods. 
Barrie Mrs. A. J., Main. 

Notaries Public. 

Fassett H. II., Main. 
Fitch E. H. Main. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Hall Theodore, Main, near the Fisk 
House. 

Physicians. 

Farrington S. H., Main. 
Hall D. S., foot of Main. 
Hubbard Amos F., Main. 
McDonald Dr. O. P., Main 
Hall Geo., Park. 

Planing Mills. 

Abbott Ausjustus, Elm. 
Culley Q. C., Main. 

Post Master. 
Harris Henry. Main. 

Railroad Agent- 

HUBBARD A. C, GENERAL 
AGENT CLEVELAND & ERIE 
R. R., OFFICE AT THE DE- 
POT. 

Saddle, Harness and Trunk Ma- 
kers- 

Benham S., Main. 
Sinclair J. H., Main. 

Saloons- 
Fowler W. S., Main. 
Kline P., Main. 
Redecker H. R., Main. 
Udy Hart, Main. 

Sash, Blinds and Doors. 

Willard Geo. H., Main. 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Maguire Thos., Main. 

Tanners and Curriers. 
Smith W. W., Main. 

Telegraph Operators. 

Allen J. M., at Hardy & Copeland's 

store, Main. 
Losez H. E., office in the Depot. 



CONNEAUT. 

A post village of Ashtabula county, 
on the Couneaut creek and Cleve- 
land & Erie Rail Road, 22 miles 
from Jefferson, the county seat, 67 
miles from Cleveland and 203 miles 
from Columbus. 

It contains one newspaper, one 
Masonic lodge, four churches, one 
flouring mill, two foundries and ma- 
chine shops and two saw mills. 

Population 1,800. 



MAYOR. 



Thomas Carlin, 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 



Evergreen Lodge, No. 222, Ancient 
Order of Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons, meet First and Third Thurs- 
day of each month. 



Conneaut Chapter, No. 76 Ancient 
Order of Freemasons, meet First 
and Third Tuesdays in each 
month, at Masonic Hall, Main. 



Attorneys. 

Carter D, K., Main. 
Chapman W. B., Wain. 
Smith M. J., Main. 

Blacksmiths- 

Fredricks Jerome, State. 
Guthrie James S., Washington. 
Jones B., Buffalo. 

Bonnets and Millinery. 

Burgess Miss E. A., Main. 
Hunebaugh M. & M. J., Main. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Baker Mrs. Mary, Main. 
Douglass J., Main. 
Mack & Bonney, Main. 
Smith E.W., Main. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



211 



R. D. WAUXi:n. 



S. W. COLE. 




II. BLAKELEl, Proprietor. 



JEONNEAUT 

IROM WORKS. 

^^^^i?„,l^°^=' Southern Stage Office. 

stints. I country. 



Mill Gearing, Plows & Casting: 

COIVXEAUT, OUIO 

Portable Steam Kngines and Boilers, for oil 
pUmping, made to order. Manufacturers of the 
{^urti.s Plow. All jobs warranted. 



Cabinet Makers. 

Beach S., foot of Main. 
Hart P., Main. 

McKenzie James, Main. 

Dentits. 
Gilman H. F., Main. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

Fenton S. P., Main. 
Guthrie James, Main. 
Lyon L., Main. 

Dry Goods. 

Smith S. J., Main. 
Winship G. S., Main. 

General Merchants. 

BOUGUTOX , GENERAL 

AGENT CLEVELAND k ERIE 
KAIL ROAD, OFFICE AT DE- 
POT. 

Cleveland S., Main. 
Judson H.& Co., Main. 
Rice & Gansevort, Main. 
Webster D. N., Main. 

Groceries and Provisions. 

Judd J., ^Lain. 
Keyes E. A., Main. 
Wheeler S. B., Main. 

Hotels. 

BLAKELEY II., PROPR OF 
TREMONT HOUSE, CORNER 
MAIN AND BUFFALO. [See 
card p. 211.] 



Horses and Carriages to let and con- 
passengers to any part of the 
Omnibuses attending every 
train. 

Ik^A-IlSI STREET, 



CONNEAUT, OHIO. 



Randolph P., Main. 

TREMONT HOUSE, H. BLAKE- 
LEY, PROPRIETOR. CORNER 
MAIN & BUFFALO. (See card 
p. 211.) 

Hardware. 

Tyler T. W., Main. 

Iron Manufacturers. 
CONNEAUT IRON WORKS. 
WARREN (fc COLE, PROPRIE- 
TORS, WASHINGTON. [Sec 
card p. 211.] 

Jeweller. 
Venen D. P., Main. 

Justice of the Peace. 
THURBER H. G., JUSTICE OF 
THE PEACE, MAIN, OPPO- 
SITE TREMONT HOUSE. 

Liquor Dealers. 

Bartholemew , Harbor. 

Woodworth E.,Main. 

Livery and Sale Stable. 
Warren & Stage, Washington. 

Marble Works. 
Dunning M. A., Main. 

Meat Market. 
Collins M. H., Main. 

Merchant Tailor. 
Fenton C. J., Main. 



212 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



SEIiDE 




Manufaetuiers and venders of 



IN ITS APPLICATION TO 



Carriages, Lumber Wagons, &c. 

Sixth. Street, 



Notary Public. 
Gould Loren, Main. 

Newspaper. 

Conneaut Reporter, (weekly,) J. P. 
Reig, Editor and Proprietor, Main. 

Photograph and Ambrotype 
Gallery. 

HawkW. W., Main. 

Physicians. 

Bean Asa, Main. 
Fifield A. K., Main. 
Innis Mr., Main. 
Merriam E. D., Main. 
Raymond D. W., Main. 
Venen John, Main. 

Post Master. 
Allen D. C, Main. 

Saddlers and Harness Makers. 

Attwood S. B., Main. 
Cummins D., Main. 
Judson Isaac, Main. 

Saloon. 

Ray S. B., Washington. 

Stoves and Tinware. 
Mateson C. P., Main. 

Tailor. 

Gilman G. R., Main. 

Tanners and Curriers. 

Kittelberger C, foot of Main. 
Winersberger G., foot of Main. 



Telegraph Operator. 
Miles T. H., office at Depot. 



ERIE, PA. 

A post town, port of entry and Cap- 
ital of Erie county, on Presque Isle 
Bay of Lake Erie, 218 miles N. W. 
by W. from Ilarrisburg, in latitude 
42° 10' North, and longitude 80° 
08' West. The borough extends 
along the bay for 8 miles, and from 
it 1 mile. The harbor is one of the 
best and safest on the Lake, with 8 
or 10 feet of water on the bar, and 
the depth within it averages 20 fee t 
The borough contains the County 
Court House, a Jail and other offices 
Churches of nearly all denomina- 
tions. Schools and Academies, a 
Bank, numerous wholesale Stores, 
Commission and Forwarding Houses, 
and lumber yards; also, Foundries, 
Mechanics' Shops and manufacturing 
establishments of various kinds. Its 
population in 1840, was 3,412; in 
1850, 5,850, and in 1860, about 12, 
500. At the first period, it had few 
facilities of communication, — at the 
last the line of Railroads to Buffiilo 
was completed, and also the line to 
Cleveland, thus extending its com- 
mercial highways to the extreme 
West and East of the Union Its 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



213 



JAMES P. CROOK, 

]\raniifacturer oi' 

urn, m, euNDS miD mmmi, 

Peach St., Between 4th & 5th, 
ERIE, P^. 



' B@=. Surface Planing and Matching, Sticking Mouldings of all descrip- 
tions made at short notice and warranted. 



connections with the interior are 
now such as place it on a par with 
BuflFalo, Cleveland, Sandusky, &c., 
and make it in a commercial point of 
view, one of the most important 
ports of Lake Erie. Erie has long 
been a port the position and local ad- 
vantages of which were appreciated 
by the Lake navigator, and it has as 
long been a harbor of refuge to the 
national vessels, in war or storm. It 
was liere that Perry, in the last war 
with Great Britain, fitted up his fleet; 
and in case of war again ensuing no 
port on the Lake has the same ad- 
vantages for defense and safe harbor, 
Presque Isle being a natural harbor, 
easily defended against the enemy. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Shrbum Smith, Mayor. 

Joseph Dcamer, High Constable. 

Jonas Gunnison, Geo. W. Starr, M. 
3Iayor, D. McAUaster, W. A. 
Brown, J. H. liiblet, Wilson 
King, James Dunlap, Select Coun- 
cil. 

J. Gunnison, President. 

J. F. Downing, Clerk. 

H. Pelton, L. Strong, Jas. Blenner, 
John Graham, James O'Hanlan, 
W. B. Hays, W. C. Warner, M. 
Harlleb, H. B. Haverstick, Geo. 
W. Coltou, John Hearn, James 
Skinner, Common Council. 

Jas. Skinner, President. 



Wm. Thornton, Clerk. 

John Law, Treasurer. 

11. F. Gaggin, City Surveyor. 

J. P. Vincent, City Solicitor. 

John Loyer, Supervisor of Streets. 

James Dunlap, Harbor Master. 

Jos. Deamer, Water Commissioner. 



U. S. Government Building, Custom 

House and Postoffice, State St. 
Charles M. Tibbeals, Collector. 
W. W. Loomis, Deputy Collector 

and Inspector. 
J. M. Sterrett, Post Master. 
A. C. Landon, Keeper of Land 

Light House. 
L. Vaughn, Keeper of Beacon 

Light House. 



Erie County Court House, Sixth St., 
near West Park. 

COURTS. 

Oyer and Teminer, and Quarter 
Sessions, meet quarterly on first 
Mondays in February, May, Au- 
gust and November. 

Common Pleas, 1st, 2d and ?>d Mon- 
days March, June, September and 
December, and last Mondays in 
January, April and October. 

Hon. Samuel P. Johnson, President 
Judge. 

Hon. David Derickson, Additional 
Law Judge. 

Hon. John Greer and Hon. Samuel 
Hutchins, Associate Judges. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
James Skinner, Prothonatory and 



214 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



GREOORY EHRIiJT, 




Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of 

BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS, BUCKETS AND FIRKINS. 

B@^ Brewery, Distillery or Refining vats made to order at short notice. 



eji^ie:, lE^j^. 



Hon. Samuel ITutchins, Clerk of 
the several Courts. 

John W. McLane, SheriiF. 

Samuel A. Davenport, District At- 
torney. 

Samuel Rea, jr., Register and Re- 
corder. 

W. O. Black, County Treasurer. 

William Putnam, Joseph Hender- 
son, Jacob Fritts, County Com- 
missioners. 

Thomas Stewart, William Bracken, 
Thomas Willis, Directors of the 
Poor. 

Richard Gaggan, Coroner. 

John L. Way, Wm. H. Belnap, 
Phillip Osborn, Auditors. 

Wm. Benson, County Surveyor. 

JUSTICES PEACE ERIE CITY. 

Allen A. Craig, Esq. 

E. P. Bennet. 
John Sweney. 

F. Curtze. 

BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Presque Isle Lodge, No. 235, meet 
First and Third Tuesdays in each 
Month, at Masonic Hall, State St., 
bet. Sixth and Seventh. 

I. 0. o. F. 

Presque Isle Lodge, No. 107, meet 
every Thursday Evening, at Odd 
Fellows' Hall, State St., bet. the 
Park and Fifth St. 

Philadelphia Lodge, No. 299, meet 
every Monday Evening, at Ster- 



rett's Building, French St., below 
the Park. 

Ambrotype & Photographic Art- 
ists. 

CHAMBERS D. M., FINE ART 
GALLERY, AMBROTYPE, 
PHOTOGRAPHS AT WHOLE- 
SALE & RETAIL, PHOTO- 
GRAPHS AND AMBROTYPE 
MATERIALS, COR. PARK & 
STATE. 

JOHNSON N. G., PHOTOGRAPH 
& AMBROTYPE GALLERY, 
BLOCK NORTH SIDE OF 
WEST PARK. [See card p. 
222.1 

PALMER O B., PHOTOGRAPH- 
ER & AMBROTYPLST. THE 
HIGHEST PERFECTION IN 
THE ART, PARAGON BUILD- 
INF. [See card p. 225.) 

Ashery. 

Ritt (fe Hofner, cor. Ninth and Pa- 
rade. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Babbit E.. Peach. 

Benson W. 

Downing J. F. 

Elliott Geo. A., west side Park. 

Galbrath Wm A., ofl&ce opp. the 
Court House. 

Grant Benjamin. 

Kelso W. C., Peach. 

Laird Wilson, French. 

MARSHALL J. C. & F. F., AT- 
TORNEYS & COUNSELLORS 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



•215 




IRON FOUNDERS 

AND MACHINISTS. 

Also Manul'acturers of and Wholesale 
Dealers in 

milEUIUMlEETTOWAKE, 

N. W. Cor. State and 11th Sts., 

If } ERIE, PA. 



MATTHEW tt. BAR 
GROVE H. J0HN80X 



AT LAW, BKATY'S BLOCK. 
SPENCER & MARVIN, ATTYS 

& COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

OFFICE PARACON BLOCK. 
STERRETT D.& B. I., ATTYS AT 

LAW, NORTH-EAST CORNER 

PUBLIC SQUARE. 
Thomp.son Jas. 
Vincent John P., State. 

Bakers. 

Adams F. F., State. 
Earnest Henry. 
Preuss N., State. 

Bankers. 

Clark & Metcalf. 

Saford M. & Co., 8 Reed House. 

Warren & Nailer. 

Barbers. 

Grilcher A., Peach. 
Mehl M., south side Park. 
Mehl M., Peach. 

Billiards. 

Knopcl J., cor. State st. and the 

Park. 
Scheiler & Zeigler, Peach. 

Blacksmiths. 

Hoves A. II., Peach. 

Mahen W., Peach. 

Mapes G. W., Turnpike. 

Moran J., cor. Sixth and Holland. 

Motsch A., Parade. 

Schneider Henry, State, 

Valentine Stephen, Parade. 

Walz J., Mill Creek. 



Warren Wm.,E(liburgli Plank Road. 
Zuch S. J., Peach. 

Boarding Houses. 

Campbell Jas., French. 

Franklin House, cor. of State and 

Second. 
Ho^alty Dennis, French. 
McMann Michael, French. 
Noble Daniel Public Dock. 
Noona Dennis, State. 

Bonnet & Millinery Goods. 

HALL MRS. M. H., BONNET 
& MILIINERY ROOMS, FASH- 
IONABLE HATS, BONNETS, 
CAPS, SHAKERS, LACES & 
LADIES' FURNISHING 
GOODS, PEACH, FOURTH 
DOOR FROM LAKE SHORE 
DEPOT. 

Model Bonnet Store, State. 

Books and Stationary. 

Rockmer A., south side Park. 

SHAEFORD OLIVER, DEALER 
IN BOOKS. STATIONERY, 
PAPER HANGINGS, <kc., A:c., 
STATE. 

Boots & Shoes. 

Bloeser John, State. 

CLARK N. J , WHOLESALE 
DEALER IN BOOTS AND 
SHOES, LEATHER & FIND- 
INGS, N. W. Cor. PARK AND 
PEACH. [See card p. 22G.] 

Doll M. & Co., south side Park. 



216 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



WHOLESALE AND EETAIL 




Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors of 

1. P. HALL'S CELEBRATED COUGH REMEDY. 



Hall's New Building, State Street, 
2 Doors from Seventh. 



} 



ERIE, PA. 



Eichenlaub & Co., American Block, 
State. 

GABLE JOHN, MANUFACTUR- 
ER OF BOOTS AND SHOES & 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
DEALERS IN LADIES' GAIT- 
ERS, STATE, BET. EIGTH & 
NINTH, W. S., ALSO ON PUB- 
LIC DOCK, E. COR. OF STATE. 

Guckenbiehl J., Peacli. 

Henry R. H. & Co. 

Kerner A., Edinburgh Plank Road. 

Lutz N., Ninth. 

Miller 0. & C. State. 

Pfeifer Francis, State. 

Smith S. Z., State. 

Urban E., Peach. 

Williams , French. 

Brass Pounder. 
Jarecki Henry, State. 

Brewers. 

Knobloch J., Mill Creek. 

KOEHLER CHAS., LAGER AND 
BUCK BEER BREWERY, PA- 
RADE, NEAR BUFFALO. 

Brick Yard. 
Kennedy D., Edinburgh Plank 
Road. 

Cabinet Makers. 

Reblet Jonathan, State. 
Riblet Wm. Fifth. 

Canal Company. 

PENNSYLVANIA ERIE CANAL 
Co., CHAS. M. REED, Pres't, 
A. H. CANGHEY, Secy, OF- 



FICE SOUTH SIDE PARK— 
(See card p. 218.) 

CANGHEY A. H., Sec'y PENN- 
SYLVANIA ERIE CANAL Co., 
OFFICE SOUTH SIDE PARK. 

McALLASTER D., Trasurer 
PENNSYLVANIA ERIE CA- 
NAL Co., OFFICE SOUTH 
SIDE PARK. (See card p. 218.) 

REED CHA'S M., Pres't PENN. 
ERIE CANAL Co., OFFICE 
SOUTH SIDE PARK. (Se card 
p. 218.) 

REED WM. W., Sup'T PENNSYL- 
VANIA ERIE CANAL Co., OF- 
FICE SOUTH SIDE PARK.— 
(See card p. 218.) 

Carpenters. 
Lydle & Constable near the Canal. 
Russell G. S., Eighth. 

Carriage & Wagon Makers. 

Blum Peter, State. 

Clemens F., Peach. 

Frey B., Peach. 

Motsch M., Parade. 

Pfluger G. Peach. 

Schmoli C, Parade. 

SELDEN & BLISS, MANUFACT- 
URERS OF BENT RIMS, 
SHAFTS & POLES, CARRIAGE 
& WAGON BOWS, SPOKES, 
HUBS &c. SIXTH. [See card p. 
212 and 222.] 

Thren Jake, Mill Creek. 

Weber J., Peach. 

Wittich Frederick, State. 

Carriage Spring Maker. 
SELDON & BLISS MANUFACT- 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



217 



ERIE CITY DISPATCH 



FRINTIlSli; OFFIC 

Wright's Block, Cor. 5th & State Sts. 

ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA. 

§ooh, l^amphlct and 6i^ncval ^oh ^^iutiug, 

PROMPTL,!" AXD XEATL,Y EXECUTED. 

The Dispatch has a Circulation of nearly 3000, and affords superior facil- 
ities to advertisers. 

Jos. S. M. YOUNG, Editor and Publisher. 

B@^ Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. 



URERS & VENDERS OF LID- 
DELL'S PATENT SPRING IN 
ITS APPLICATION TO CAR- 
RIAGES, LUMBER WAGONS, 
&c., SIXTH. (See card p. 212 
and 222.) 

Clothiers. 
Baker B. 

Frank Henry, State. 
Gensheimers John, cor. Seventh and 

State. 
Graham John, French. 
Justice J. M., State. 
Koch Jacob, Cheap side. 
Koch Closes, State. 
Liebel A. & Bro., State. 

McGath , 9 State. 

Newberger , Central Block. 

Rosenzweig J., State. 

Coal Merchants. 

Curtis & Boice, east side of Public 

Dock. 
Hern & Scott, Public Dock. 
Reid Hart, Reed's Dock. 



Coramission, Storage & Foi'ward- 
ing Merchants. 

FINN & STEARNS, FORWARD- 
ING & COMMISSION DEALERS 
IN LUMBER, STAVES k SHIN- 
GLES, OFFICE AND DOCKS 
OPP. S. & E. R. R. DEPOT, 
ERIE. (See card p. 223.) 

KELLOGG JOSIAH & Co., DEAL- 
ERS IN COAL, & C03IM1SSI0N 
MERCHANTS, OFFICE ON 
PUBLIC DOCK. (See card p. 
225.) 

Morrison L, A., Wagner's Block. 

MORTON GEO. J., STORAGE 
AND SHIPPING AND COM- 
MISSION MERCHANT, DEAL- 
ER IN ALL KINDS OF COAL, 
FLOUR, FISH AND SALT, 
EAST SIDE OF PUBLIC 
DOCK. 

SANBORN WM., FORWARDING 
& COxMMISSlON MERCHANT, 
DEALER IN LUMBER AND 
STAVES, FOOT OF FRENCH, 
EAST SIDE. 



218 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



PENlsrSYL\^A.ISriA. 




CHARLES M. REED, President. 

A. H. CANGHEY, Sec'y, D. McALL ASTER, Treas. WM. W. REED, Sup't. 

DIRECTORS: 

C. m. HEEP, J. C. 1?I.^KS1IAI.L, J, .4. TR.4CY, 
J. EiEAIS]^, ©. McALlLASTEM, A. ©€®TT, 
F. ITIETCAJLF. 



The Pennsylvania & Erie Canal passes through the Western Pennsylvania 
Coal and Iron Districts connecting Erie with Pittsburgh, and at Bridgewater 
with all points on the Ohio, Mississippi and Missouri Rivers; at Erie with Buf- 
falo and Erie, Cleveland and Erie, Philadelphia and Erie Rail Roads; at New 
Brighton, with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail Roads, at Cross Cut 
Junction, with the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal. 





DISTANCES: 




From Erie 


to Girard, 


16 


miles 


From Erie 


to Meedville Feeder, 


on 




Lock[X)rt, 


21 


a 




French Creek, 


68 miles 




Cranesville, 


24 


II 


u 


Greenville, 


63 " 




Albion, 


26 


11 


11 


Big Bend, 


75 « 




Spring Corners, 


33 


11 


II 


Clarksville, 


80 " 




Conneautville, 


37 


II 


11 


Sharon, 


88 « 




Summit Junction, 


45 


u 


(1 


Middlesex, 


93 " 




Sherman Corners, 


47 


• 1 


11 


Pulaski, 


98 « 




Evansburgh, 


49 


II 


11 


New Castle, 


111 " 




Hartstown, 


52 


u 


" 


New Brighton, 


133 " 



Junction Cross Cut Canal, 114 miles. 

Bridgewater, Junction of Beever and Ohio Rivers, 13G miles. 

From Bridgewater to Pittsburgh, 28 miles. 

Length of Main line, 136 miles. 

Length of French Creek Feeder, 25 miles. 

Total Length of Canal, IGl miles. 



OFFICE OF COMPANY, ON SOUTH SIDE PARK, 
EEIE, PA. 



AND ^BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



219 



AUGUSTUS HOFMAN, 

[Ei[ iiRBif mm. 

Manufacturer and doaler in 

Monuments, Headstones, Statues, 

Mantle Pieces, Furniture Tops, itc. 
Seventh St., bet. State and Peach, 

ERIE, PA. 

BgT" Orders from a distance prompt- 
ly executed. 



Tennant J., on Canal bet. Seventh 
and P^iizhth. 

WALKER & GILSON, FOR- 
WARDING AN D CO M M IS- 
SION .MERCHANTS. SALT, 
FISH, FLOUE, PLASTER, WA- 
TER LIME, LAKE WAKE 
HOUSE, PUBLIC DOCK AND 
CANAL WAKE HOUSE, AT R. 
K. CROSSING. 

Confectionery. 
Sherwood Wm., State. 

Copper, Iron & Hardware. 
Roberts & Bro. 

Cooper. 

EHRET GREGORY, COOPER, 
MANUFACTURERS DEALER 
IN BARRELS, TUBS, BUCK- 
ETS, VATS, KEGGS, Arc., &., 
NINTH, NEAR PARADE. (See 
card p. 214.) 

Dentists. 

Elliott 0. L , south side Park. 
LuceW. H., Beaty's Block. 

Dining HalL 
3Ioore T. W., Union Depot. 

Doors, Sash & Blinds. 

CROOK J. P.. MANUFACTURER 
OF SASH, DOORS & BLINDS, 
PEACH, NEAR FOURTH. [See 
card p. 213.] I 



SLOAN, BOOTH & McCREARY, 

(Succfssorg to Oriribliy A- nootli.) 
PKALEKS IN" 

GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 

Ship Chandlery, &c. 

Also, Manufacturers of Flour 
Sacks, and dealers in Flour. 

No 1 Wayne Block, French st. 



liKNJ. F SI.IIAX, 
H. W. I'.OOTH, 
J. C. .MoCKKAUY. 



ERIE, PA. 



Dress Makers. 
(See also Milliners.) 
Crosby Miss Rose, cor. French and 
Sixth. 

Druggists. 

Carter & Bro. 

HALL & WARFLE, WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DRUG- 
GISTS, ALSO MANUFACTU- 
RERS & PROPRIETORS OF 
DR. P. HALLS CELEBRATED 
COUGH REMEDY, HALL'S 
NEW BUILDING, STATE, 2 
DOORS NORTH SEVENTH.— 
[See card p. 21G.] 

LANDON 0. A., WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DRUGGIST, PAINTS, 
OILS, GLASS, DYE STUFFS, 
&c., &c., 8 Reed House. 

SINCLAIR T. S., WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALER IN 
DRUGS AND PURE MEDI- 
CINES, LINSEED, LARD AND 
TANNER'S OIL.SPIRITS TUR- 
PENTINE, WHITE LEAD, 
PERFUMERY, B K U S H E S, 
SOAl'S, CAMPHENE & BURN- 
ING FLUID, COR. STATE AND 
SEVENTH. 

Dry Goods. 

BEEBE JOHN C, WHOLESALE 
& RETAIL DEALERS INFOR- 
IGN AND DOMESTIC DRY 
GOODS, LACES. EMBROID- 
ERIES ct FANCY (JOODS, COR. 
FRENCH <fe SIXTH. 

Bell Wm., jr. 



220 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



WM. A. KIMBALL, P. VAN SCOTER, A. JONES. A. J. DOBBINS, W. L. CLEVELAND. 



Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in 




Works on Sixth St., 

Philadelphia and Erie Rail Eoad, 
ERIE, FJ^. 



E. W. L, CLEVELAND, Sup't. and Manager. 



For Illuminating and Lubricating, our oils are non-explosive. 
Prompt attention to all orders, and prices to command the market. 



Booth, Kepler & Co. 

Gabel & Hendricks, 16 State bet. 
Seventh and Eighth. 

Griswold AVm. A., State. 

HAYS & JORDAN WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 
GOODS, SHAWLS, GLOVES, 
HOOSIERY, &c., AT THE 
SIGN OF THE BEE-HIVE, 8 
REED'S BLOCK. 

Merrill G. W., State. 

Morrison R. S. 

Rees Brothers, Erie. 

Walther J. F., State. 

Engraver. 
Walker Chas. N., Sixth near French. 

Fish Dealer. 
Scott & Rankin, Public Dock. 

Flouring Manufacturers & Deal- 
ers. 

ARNDT J. M. & Co., WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEAL- 
ERS IN FLOUR, WHEAT & 
CORN, OATS, RYE, CORN- 



MEAL, MILL FEED, SHORTS 
& BRA N,FRENCH,E AST SIDE 
PARK. 

Converse &■ Brother, Parade. 

COOPER WM., WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALER IN FLOUR, 
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, RYE, 
FEED, CORN-MEAL, MILL 
FEED, SHORTS AND BRAN, 
2 BEEBE BLOCK, EAST SIDE 
PARK. 

Crouch & Bro., French. 

Elliott John, Mill Creek. 

Fairmount Mills, Eighth. 

Gingry Heury, Mill Creek. 

HAVERSTICK H. B., WHOLE- 
SALE DEALER IN FLOUR & 
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS AND 
COMMISSION MERCHANT, 
BONNELL'S BLOCK, STATE. 

Miller Chas., Peach, 

Slocum H., State. 

Forwarding & Commission Mer- 
chant. 
GRISWOLD J. H., FORWARD- 
ING AND COMMISSION MER- 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



221 







I; %um 






a^. 



H. L. BROWN, Proprietor. 

»— <» — > 

Cor. State Street & Public Park, 

ERIE. PENNSYLVANIA. 



222 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




?T"E "PA 

^Vm. SHERA\^OOD, Prop. 



N. G JOHNSON, 

Photograph & Ambrotype 

Beatty's Block, N. Side West Park, 



CHANT, OFFICE, FOOT OF 
FRENCH. [See card p. 227.] 

Foundries & Machine Shops. 

Acheson & Henry, Peach. 
Coates John, State. 

Freight Agents. 

BROWN AV. S., FREIGHT AG'T 
BUFFALO & ERIE R. R., OF- 
FICE AT FREIGHT DEPOT. 

DAVENPORT W. R., FREIGHT 
AGENT CLEVELAND & ERIE 
R. R., OFFICE AT FREIGHT 
DEPOT. 

Furniture Dealers. 

Riblet J. II., Perry Block, State. 
Serr J., Peach. 

Gas Company. 
Erie Gas Co., office south side Park. 

Grocers. 
Babo Vincent, State. 
Bangard John. 
Becker P. A., French. 
Baldwin H. State. 
Brengarner J., Parade. 
BURGISSJ.C.&Co.,WHOLESALE 



GEORGE SELDEN, 



JOHN H. BLISS. 



Miinufacturers of 

BENT RIMS, SHAFTS 

And Poles, Carriage and Wagon 
Bows, Spokes, Hubs &c. 

ERIE, PA. 



GROCERS AND DEALERS IN 
FLOUR, FISH, SALT, WINES 

6 LIQUORS, ALSO AGENTS 
FOR FAIRBANK'S SCALES, 

7 BONNELL'S BL'K, STATE. 
Canty J. H., Fifth. 

Clemens Chauncy & Co., Commer- 
cial Buildings. 

CONRAD G. M., GROCERIES, 
PROVISIONS, STATIONERY, 
AND AGENT FOR PUBLICA- 
TIONS, PARADE, BETWEEN 
EIGHTH & NINTH. 

CRAWFORD AND CHANGEY, 
DEALERS IN GROCERIES & 
PROVISIONS, GREEN, DRIED 
AND SEALED FRUITS, TO- 
BACCO AND CIGARS, COM- 
MERCIAL BLOCK. 

Croulenberger J., Edinburgh Plank 
Road. 

Decker J. F., Peach. 

Deerfield B., Parade and Tenth. 

Diefenbach P., Peach. 

Diefenbach P. L., Fourth. 

Dreisigaker J., State. 

Dumars J. R., State. 

Dunn John. 

Eichenlaub B., Peach. 

Felkins Nelson, State. 

Frez Isaac, Peach. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



223 



P. G. FINN, H. S. STEARNS. 

FINN & STEARNS, 

(Successors to H. JONES.) 

FORWARDING I COMISSlOilERCHASTS 

And Dealers in 

LUMBER, STAVES AND SHINGLES. 

Agents for the retroloum Oil Transportation Company ; Erie to New York, 
Brooklyn, Green Point, Jersey City and all points on the Hudson River, by 
Lake and Canal. 

Olllce and Docks opposite Phil- ] 
adelphia and Erie Depot, | 



ERIE, PA. 



GRAr&FARRER, WHOLESALE 
GROCERS AND DEALERS IN 
FLOUR, FISH, LIQUORS AND 
FRUIT, TOBACCO, SEGARS, 
&c., 5, 6, 7 and 8 COMMERCIAL 
BUILDINGS. 

Hanson J.. Cheap Side. 

JOHNSTON J. & Co., WHOLE- 
SALE GROCERS, A LARGE 
STOCK OF COFFEE, TEAS, SU- 
GAR, SYRUP, &c., FRENCH, 
OPP. REED HOUSE. 

Maner L., Peach. 

Minuing P. & J., State. 

PELTON W. H., GROCERIES & 
PROVISIONS, FLOUR, PORK, 
SALT, VEGETABLES AND 
FRUITS. 

Riblet J. E. 

Kindcrnecht & Beckman, 2 Wright's 
Block. 

Robinson & Co. 

Sheaf k Knoll, French. 

Schlaudecker F. & M., State. 

Schneider F. & Son, Peach. 

Schoaf G., Peach. 

Schultz v.. Mill Creek. 

Siegel F. L., cor. Fifth & French. 

SLOAN, BOOTH & McCREARY, 
DEALERS IN GROCERIES, 
PROVISIONS, SHIP CHAND- 
LERY, Ac, ALSO MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF FLOUR SACKS & 
DEALERS IN FLOUR,WAYNE 
BLOCK, FRENCH. (See card 
p. 219.) 

Stahl Henry, Sassafras. 

Sterrctt J. S., French. 



Thayer R. H., State. 
Wagner Geo., Parade. 

Hardware Merchants. 
Bennett G. A & Co., State. 
Bozer J. V., State. 
McConkey & Shannon, Reed House. 
Murphey N. 

Harness Makers. 

Seldon John C., French. 
Lantz & 3Iayo, Fifth. 
Ulrich v.. Peach. 
Weber M., Peach. 

Hats and Caps. 
Bryant J. S., 5 Reed House. 
Kendal Wra., Erie. 
Philadelphia House, State. 
Smith S. 
Woeltge C, Peach. 

Hides, Leather and Oil. 
Kittlebergher II., jr., & Co., State. 

Hotels and Hotel Proprietors- 
Anthony John, French. 
BROWN H. L., PROP. BROWN'S 

HOTEL, COR. STATE ct THE 

PARK. [See card p. 221.1 
BROWN'S HOTEL, H. L. BROWN, 

PROP., COR. STATE, ON N. 

SIDE PARK. [See card p. 221. J 
City Hotel, French. 
Dunn 0., south side I'ark. 
Eicherlaub P., Edinburgh Plank 

Road. 



224 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




ERIE, 




Pa. 



A. M. CrUILD, Proprietor. 



THIS "WEIjL IClTO'WlSr HOTJSE 



And is now open for the reception of Gnests, who will 

Have every attention to make tticir Stay Agreeable. 

OMNIBUSES TO AND FROM THE TRAINS 



Hans John, Peacli. 

Martin Henry cor. French & Fifth. 

Needman W., at Lake vShore Depot. 

REED HOUSE, A, M. GUILD, 
PROP. THIS WELL KNOWN 
HOUSE HAS LATELY BEEN 
REPAIRED & REFITTED, & 
IS NOW OPEN FOR THE RE- 
CEPTION OF GUESTS WHO 
WILL HAVE EVERY ATTEN- 
TION TO MAKE THEIR STAY 
AGREEABLE. OMNIBUSSES 
TO & FROM THE DEPOT.— 
[See card p. 224.] 

Turner Geo., Peach. 

Walbridge W., Peach. 

Iron Pounder and Stove Manu- 
facturers. 

BARR AND JOHNSON, IRON 
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS, 
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS 
IN STOVES, TIN AND SHEET 
IRON WARE, &c., NORTH- 
AVEST COR. STATE. [See card 
p. 215.] 



Jewelers. 

Austin T. M., We»t Park, near 
Peach. 

DROZOZEWSKI A., WATCHMA- 
KER & JEWELER, A GOOD 
ASSORTMENT OF WATCHES 
& JEWELRY ON HAND, RE- 
PAIRING DONE ON SHORT 
NOTICE. 

Jarecki Brothers, American Block. 

Loomis Guy, State. 

Suerken B. J., State. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Craig Allen A, West Park Row. 
Gunnison & McCreary. 

Lime Kiln. 

Pelton & Zimerly, Fourth. 

Lumber. 
Griswold J. H., east of Public Dock. 

Marble Works. 

HOFFMAN AUGUSTUS, MAR- 
BLE WORKS, MONUMENTS, 



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225 



O B "P A T^IVfT!!?. 

piioTosRipiieR A kiummi 



Between State and Peach 
Sts., West Park, 



Paragon Building, 

} mm, PA. 



The highest perfection in the Art has been attained at this Gallery. 
See specimens. 



DEALERS IN COAL, 

j^ jsr JD 
Cominissioii IVTer chants, 

} ERIE, PA. 



JOSIAII KELLOGG, 
A. K. KELLOGG. 



HEAD STONES AND MAN- 
TLEPIECES,SEVENTH,NEAR 
^'STATE. (See card p. 219.] 
Petton & Son, Fifth, east Wright'« 
Block. 

Meat Market. 

Abell John, Erie. 
Eichenlaub Ferdinand, Erie. 
Loesch L., Edinburgh Plank Road. 
Ludwig (leo. 
Wild Adam. 

Merchant Tailor. 

Wagner Frank, American Block, 
State. 

Millinery & Fancy Goods. 

Barrett Mrs. M. N., south side Park. 
Curtis Mrs. M., south side Park. 
Pelton Mrs. E. R., cor. State and 

Eighth. 
Rockhard Mrs. C, Peach. 
Warren Mrs. M. R., State. 
15 



Music Store. 
Wheeling Wm., State. 

News Depot. 
Golding Geo. J., south side Park. 

Newspapers. 

Cateen Henry, cor. French and Fifth. 
ERIE CITY DISPATCH, JOSH. 

S. M. YOUNG, PROP'R. [See 

card p. 217.] 
Erie Free Press, cor. State & Fifth. 
Observer Steam Printing Office, Erie. 

Oil Works. 

ERIE & CANADA OIL Co., WM. 
SHERWOOD, Pres't. [See card 
p. 222.] 

Kennedy <fe Co., cor. Buffalo and 
State. 

VANSCOTER & Co., MANUFAC- 
TURERS AND WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 
DOURLE REFINED ROCK 
OIL; WORKS, ON SIXTH, 



226 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 




N. W. Cor of the Park and Peach St., ERIE, PA. 



NEAR THE PHILADELPHIA 
AND ERIE R. R. (See card p. 
220.) 

Omnibus Company. 

McCLUSKE Y JOHN, RAIL ROAD 
OMNIBUSSES & CARRIAGES 
TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, 
OFFICE BROWN'S HOTEL, 
COR. STATE & THE PARK. 

Painters, House and Sign. 

Gray & Griffin, Seventh. 
Mangold F., Tenth. 

Peltroleum Oil Transportation 
Co. 

PELTROLEUM OIL TRANS- 
PORTATION CO., ERIE TO 
NEW YORK, BROOKLYN, 
GREEN POINT,JERSEY CITY, 
AND ALL OTHER POINTS ON 
THE HUDSON RIVER, BY 
LAKE AND CANAL, FINN & 
STEARNS, OFFICE & DOCKS 
OPP. P. & E. R. R. DEPOT.— 
[See card p. 223.] 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Dickinson S., Mill Creek. 

Faulkner P., Eighth. 

Faulkner Robert, Eighth. 

Sevin Chas., Eighth. 

Stewart Dr. J. L., office at Austin's, 

Paragon Block. 
Thazer A., Ridge Road. 

Postmaster. 
Sterrett J. M., Post office, State. 



Pumpmaker. 
Olds L. W., Twelfth, near Peach. 

Railroad Officers. 

BROOKS S. C, MASTER ME- 
CHANIC C. & E. R. R., AT DE- 
POT. 

BUFFALO & ERIE RAIL ROAD 
Co., W. S. BROWN, FREIGHT 
AGENT, J. W. HARTT, TICK- 
ET AGENT, OFFICE AT LAKE 
SHORE DEPOT. 

CLEVELAND AND ERIE RAIL 
ROAD Co., J. W. HARTT, TICK- 
ET AGENT, W. R. DAVEN- 
PORT, FREIGHT AGT, OF- 
FICE AT LAKE SHORE DE- 
POT. 

ERIE & NORTH-EAST RAIL 
ROAD Co., J. A. TRACY,Pres't, 
J. C. SPENCER, Sec'y, OFFICE 
SOUTH SIDE PARK. 

ERIE & PITTSBURGH RAIL 
RAIL ROAD Co., J. A. TRACY, 
Pres't, PARBUCKLE, Secy, 
OFFICE, SOUTH SIDE PARK. 

GRISWOLD A., MASTER ME- 
CHANIC B. & E. R. R., AT DE- 
POT. 

HARTT I. W., GENERAL TICK- 
ET AG'T OF B. & E. & C. R. R., 
OFFICE AT UNION DEPOT. 

TRACY J. A., Pres't ERIE & 
NORTH-EAST R. R., OFFICE, 
SOUTH SIDE PARK. 

Saddle & Harness Makers. 

Erhart Stephen, State. 

Law John, French, cor. Seventh. 

Mutterer Francis, State. 



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227 



J. H. GRIS^V\^OLD, 



DEALER IX 

LUMBER AND STAVES. 
Office foot of French St., ERIE, FA. 



Saloons. 

Adam John M., State. 

Allen E., Peach. 

DALLY. J. J., PROP. EVENING 
SALOON, NOTHING IMPURE 
SOLD, EAST END PUBLIC 
DOCK. 

Dellin John, French. 

Demerling J., Parade. 

Erharth W., cor. Ninth and Parade. 

Horn A Parade. 

Jantzer J. A., Edinburgh Plank 
Road. 

Ross H. T., Peach. 

Schmitt F., near Union Depot. 

Spath Jos., State. 

VeitJ. A., Edinburgh Plank Road. 

Weber F. A.. Ninth. 

Weschler P., opp. Lake Shore De- 
pot. 

Sewing Machine Agent. 
Dcwitl J. E., south side Park. 

Shingle and Box Factory. 
Cook M. B., Ninth. 

Ship Chandlery, &c. 

HOFSIES ANDREW, DEALER 
IN ALL KINDS OF SHIP 
CHANDLERY, CROCERIES, 
MANILLA k TRADE ROPE, 
PUBLIC DOCK, WEST SIDE 
STATE. 

Soap & Candle Works. 

Brevillier F. G. cor, Sixth and Hol- 
land. 



Stoves & Tinware. 
Hubbard R. B. State. 
Korrell G., Perry Block State. 
Tanner J. J., Agent, Reed's Block, 

west side State. 
Vincent, Tibbals, Sherk & Co., State 

Table Covers, Enamel. 
Kerner J., Myrtle. 

Tailors. 
(See also Clothiers.) 
Illig D., Peach. 
Turk John. Peach. 
Leibel & Sheeley, Peach. 

Tanners & Curriers- 
FUESSLER & SANNER, TAN- 
NERS & CURRIERS, MANU- 
FACTURERS & DEALERS IN 
LEATHER & HIDES, NINTH, 
BET. FRENCH & HOLLAND. 
Gunnison C. E., Buffalo, near Myr- 
tle. 
Hays W. B. & Co., cor. Eleventh & 
French. 

Telegraph Operators. 
Cherry & Gregg, at the Union De- 
pot. 

Tin & Copper Store. 
Heilmann B., State. 

Turners. 

Dees M., French. 
Sevin Javin, State. 

Upholsterer. 
Walther C. P., south side Park. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



DUNKIRK, N. Y. 

A post village, of Chautauque coun- 
ty, on Lake Erie, 278 miles west 
from Albany. It is tlie western ter- 
minus of the New York & Erie 
Railroad, and is intersected by the 
Buffalo & State Line Railroad which 
forms a link in the line of the Lake 
Shore Railroad from Buffalo to Mon- 
roe. It has rapidly progressed in 
every branch of industry since the 
completion of these great works, and 
is destined to become one of the 
great ports of the lakes. 

The harbor has been improved, 
and affords twelve feet of water on 
the bar. 

Steamboats arrive and depart hour- 
ly in connection with the railroads, 
and an extensive commerce is car- 
ried on at, not only with domestic 
ports, but also with Canada. 

The harbor formerly called 'Chad- 
wick's Bay,' is capacious, accessable, 
secure and capable of improvement 
so as to become one of the best up- 
on the lakes. 

Ambrotype and Photographic 

Artists. 
Monroe 0., Centre. 

Attorneys at Law. 

BUCKNORC. B., ATTORNEY AT 
LAW, FRONT. (See card p. 
228.) 

Edwards E. S., Centre. 

Grosvenor T. P., Centre. 

Stevens W. O., Centre. 

Bakers. 

Garber F., Fox. 
Hahn J., Third. 
Hook Jas., Front. 
Jonnston W B., Centre. 

Bankers. 
Colman T. R., Centre. 



CHARLES B. BUCKNOR, 

DUNKIRK, Cliaiitauqiie Co. N. ¥. 

ATTORNEY, 

AND 

CONVEYENCER. 

Collections made and titles ex- 



amined. 



Miner H. J. & Co., cor. Centre and 
Front. 

Barbers. 

Allen Walter, Passenger Station. 
Bone John, Centre. 
DAVIS W. M., BARBER & HAIR 
DRESSER, CENTRE. 

Billiards. 
Finkle Edward, Eastern Hotel block. 

Blacksmiths. 

FLESHER THOS., MANUFACT- 
URER OF WELL SINKING 
TOOLS, & GENERAL BLACK- 
SMITH, FRONT. [See card p. 
229.] 

Keyes Edward, Eagle. 

Wood Wm., Buffalo. 

Books, Stationery, &c. 

WRIGHT II. C, WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALERS IN MAG- 
AZINES & CHEAP PUBLICA- 
TIONS, AND ALL KINDS OF 
STATIOARY&WALL PAPER, 
FRONT. 

Boots & Shoes. 

Brady Thos., Centre. 
Canning John, Third, 
Donaven D. Front. 
Groves & Sullivan, Front. 
Moris Pat, Third. 
Nassbaumer J. J , Centre. 

Cabinet Maker, 
Lenz John, Centre. 



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229 



Manufacturer of 

W[ll SlilNG TOOLS, 

A N 1) 

General Blacksmith. 

T^^ront Street. 
DUNKIRK, N. Y. 

B^' All oriU'Ps promptly attended 
to. 



Carpenters. 

Brownell J., near Union Depot. 
Moorey 0. W., Front. 

Carriage Makers. 
Erbes P. & 11. , Second. 

Cigars. 

Elby Jacob, Centre. 

Clothiers. 

Holland David, Third. 
Marcus L., Centre. 
Strass Abraham, Centre. 

Coffee House. 
Elker Fred, Second. 

Commission Merchants. 
Montague & Co., Front. 

Confectioner. 
Bartholomew N., Centre. 

Dentist. 
Lord v. A., Centre. 

Druggists. 

Schwint Chas., Second. 
Smith H. M., Centre. 
Williams E. C, cor. Front and Cen- 
tre. 
Williams J. S. Centre. 

Dry Goods. 

Bradley & Isham, Front. 
Fleishman J., Centre. 



D. PHILIPPBAAR, 
OYSTER, FRUIT 

FOWL DEPOT. 

Also, LIQUORS of ALL KINDS, 

Which I will sell at wholesale or 
retail. 

Strangers coming to the city would 
do well to give me a call. Cold meals 
at all hours of the day. 
Oor. Third and Lange Sts , Near Passenger 
Depot, 

DUNKIRK, N. Y- 



Sraith W. C, Centre. 
Vanburen J. H., Centre. 

Flour & Feed Stores. 
Abell Geo. M., cor. Front and Cen- 
tre. 
Coleman H. & E. S., foot of Elk. 
O'Niel Wm., Front. 

Furniture. 
GiflFord C. L., Front. 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
Warner Wm. & Bros., Centre. 

Grocers. 

Alton G. D., Front. 

Davis Wm., Centre. 

De Long J. S,, Second. 

Fitz Gibbon E., Centre. 

French F., cor. Front and Elk. 

Haycroft H. J., Third. 

Hays T. N., Second. 

Koch & Bros., cor. Centre and Sec- 

IIEYL LOUIS, GROCERIES. 

PROVISIONS, CROCKERY & 

GLASSWARE, COR. SECOND 

AND CENTRE. 
Molqueen & McMahon, cor. Third 

and Leopard. 
O'Niel Thos., Front. 
Wager E., Front. 
ZIMMEHMANN & KELLER, 

DEAELRES IN GROCERIES. 

PROVISIONS, FLOUR, FEED, 

FRUITS, NOTIONS, WINES, 



230 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




r>XJ TVIilll^ KI, TV. ^^. 



WALTER FINKEL, Proprietor. 

« ^ I 

NEAREST HOUSE TO DEPOT. 



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231 



LIQUORS, CIGARS. &c., 
THIRD. 

Hardware, 
Lord D., Centre. 

Hats, Caps, &c. 

Bartholomew J., Second. 
ZIMMERMAN JACOB, DEALER 
IN HATS, CAPS, &c., THIRD. 

Hotels. 

FINKEL WALTER, EASTERN 
HOTEL, COR. FRONT & LY- 
ON, NEAR PASSENGER DE- 
POT. [See card p. 230.] 

Fox G. W., cor. Third and Deer. 

Hayward C. W., Centre. 

Kinney R. Front. 

Miller Conrad. Third. 

Peter F. A., Third. 

Pich S., Second. 

Rosten R., Second. 

Tolls Samuel, Eagle. 

Jewelers. 

Nelson J., Centre. 

VANGUNTEN J., JEWELER, 
WATCMAKER, &c., THIRD. 

Livery Stables. 

Farr Luther, Lyon. 
Kane James, Second. 

Meat Markets. 

Garrans Jas., cor. Second and Buf- 
falo. 

LECHMER JOHN, MEAT MAR- 
KET, COR. SECOND AND BUF- 
FALO. 

Milliners. 

Dunham Jane, Centre. 
Woodford Mrs., Centre. 

Musical Instruments. 
Driggs F. F,, Centre, 

Newspaper. 

Carpenter W. L., Dunkirk Journal, 
Front. 



Oyster & Fruit Depot. 

PHILIPPBAAR D., OYSTER. 
FRUIT AND FOWL DEPOT, 
COR. THIRD AND LANGE, 
NEAR PASSENGER DEPOT. 
[See card p. 229.] 

Painter. 
West W. T., Buffalo, 

Physicians & Surgeons. 

Cook D. J., Centre. 
Irving Dr., Second. 
MattesonJ. C, Centre. 

Postmaster. 
Carey R. L., Front. 

Railroad Agents. 

Caldwell S. D., Front. 
Stowe G. J., Front. 

Saddler. 
Perkins J. W., Centre. 

Saloons. 

Blatte Fred, Front. 

Coney Jasper, Second. 

Donoghue C, Third. 

Drazer C, Front. 

Erbes II., Second. 

Gunther L., Buffalo. 

Kepner T., Third. 

Lock D., Buffalo. 

Metz Nicholas, Buffalo. 

O'Donohue J., Buffalo. 

PHILIPPBAAR D., SALOON & 
OYSTER DEPOT, NEAR PAS- 
SENGER STATION. (See card 
p. 229.] 

Philippbaar Philip, Third. 

Pitcher Joseph, Centre. 

Smith S. B., Passenger Station. 

THOMPSON M., SALOON, IN 
OCEAN HOUSE, COR. THIRD 
AND DEER. 

Woolen Peter, Third. 

Soap and Candle Manufacturer. 

CAMP A. W. «fe H., SOAP & CAN- 
DLE MANUFACTURERS, 
FOOT OF ELK STREET. 



232 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Stoves & Tinware. 
Bellou & Carey, Centre. 

Upholsterers. 

Blood W. & C, Front. 

Wines & Liquors. 

Barrett John, Front. 
Ilisley Bros., Front. 

BUFFALO. 

A post city, port of entry, and 
capital of Erie county, N. Y., at the 
outlet of lake Erie and the head of 
Niagara river, 254 miles West of 
Albany. The city lies on Buffalo 
Creek, which falls into the lake, and 
constitutes its harbor, Lat. 42° 53' 
N., and Long. ,78° 55' W. Popula- 
tion from 80,000 to 100,000. 

Buffalo is the great entrepot be- 
tween the North-west and the States 
of the Atlantic seaboard — the gate 
through which the bulk of commer- 
cial material must pass for a market. 
Its position is unrivalled on the 
lakes, and from the advantages pos- 
sessed by its port, it has become the 
rendezvous for a vast tonnage em- 
ployed on the Western waters. The 
harbor is spacious and safe, the 
creek having a depth of 13 or 14 
feet for a mile up, and being from 
12 to 16 rods wide. 

The land on which the city is 
built rises by a very gentle ascent 
two miles from the water, and from 
its higher parts affords fine views of 
the Lake, the Niagara river, and the 
Canada shore. The city is laid out 
in broad and regular streets, which 
contain numerous elegant stores, 
large warehouses, railroad depots, 
(fee. Most of the dwellings are sub- 
stantial and neat. 



The public buildings are a court 
house, jail, and other county offices, 
a State arsenal, three market houses, 
city ofiices, churches, banks, &c. 

The city is divided into 13 wards, 
and is governed by a mayor and 
common council. The city contains 
an efficient fire department. Water 
is supplied to the citizens through 
pipes, and the streets are lighted 
with gas. Among its benevolent in- 
stitutions, we would mention the 
Orphan Asylum, the City Hospital, 
the Hospital of the Sisters of Chari- 
ty, the Female Orphan Asylum, and 
the Association for the Relief of the 
Poor. The city is well supplied 
with common schools, and many 
highly efficient academies and pri- 
vate schools. 

The different religious denomina- 
tions are well represented, there be- 
ing no less than 68 churches, most 
of which are costly and magnificent 
edifices. 

The press of Buffalo consists of 
the "Commercial Advertiser," the 
oldest daily paper in the city, the 
"Patriot and Journal," the "Couri- 
er," and the "Morning Express," 
together with about 12 other weekly 
and monthly publications. 

The railroads uniting Buffalo with 
Canada, the great West and the 
Eastern States, are magnificent 
works, and consist of the following 
roads, viz : The New York Central, 
the Great Western, Buffalo, New 
York and Erie, New York and Erie, 
Buffalo and Lake Huron, and Buffa- 
lo and State Line. There are also 
several plank roads centering in 
Buffalo and reaching back to the 
principal villages in the county. 

Buffalo was founded in 1801 by 



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233 



the Holland Land Company, but for 
a long period it made but little pro- 
gress, since in 1814, when burned 
by the British, it did not contain 
more than 200 houses, nor was it 
until the Erie Canal opened a navi- 
gable passage from the lake to the 
Hudson river, that it exhibited any 
uncommon rapidity of growth. Since 
that period, however, its prosperity 
has been unbounded, and its rise, in 
the scale of importance as a com- 
mercial city, has been such as its 
original founders could never have 
dreamed of. It now ranks as the 
fourth city in the State, and the 
twelfth of the United States, in re- 
spect of population, and in a com- 
mercial point of view, is surpassed 
by only three or four of our sea- 
board ports. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 

B'ranklin A. Alberger, Mayor. 

Asaph S. Bemis, President of the 
Council. 

Otis F. Presbrey, Clerk. 

Alonzo Tanner, Comptroller. 

George Wadsworth, City Attorney. 

Levi J. Waters, Street Cemmission- 
er. 

John S. Trowbridge, City Treasurer. 

Michael Wiedrich, Receiver of Tax- 
es. 

Peter Emslee, City Surveyor. 

Sanford B. Hunt, Superintendent of 
Schools. 

Charles B. Morse, Overseer of the 
Poor. 

Job Gorton, Assessor. 

Fayette Rumsey, " 

L. Gillig, " 

David Kissock, Fire Marshal. 



BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

1st WanJ — John llanovan, Pat- 
rick Walsh. 

2d Ward — Nathaniel Jones, Joel 
Wheeler. 



3d Ward— Zadock G. Allen, Na- 
thaniel Brush. 

4th Ward— Everard Palmer, Ed- 
ward Storck. 

5th Ward- Charles Beckwith, An- 
drew (Jrass. 

Gth Ward — Paul Goembel, Jacob 
Scheu. 

7th Ward — Jacob F. Schwartz, 
Frederick M. Pratt. 

8th Ward— Robert Mills, Charles 
E. Felton. 

9th Ward — James Adams, Eben- 
ezer P. Dorr. 
10th Ward — George R. Yaw, Asaph 

S. Bemis. 
11th Ward — Jacob Crowder, Austin 

A. Howard. 
12th Ward — Washington Russell, 

Stephen W. Howell. 
13th Ward — Thomas Savage, Thom- 
as Rutter. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Gustavus A. Scroggs, Sheriff. 
Obadiah J. Green, County Clerk. 
James Sheldon, County Judge. 
F. J. Fithian, District Attorney. 
Nelson Randall, Coroner. 
Norman B. McNeal, County Treas- 
urer. 



POST OFFICE. 

Situated cor. Seneca and Washing- 
ton streets. 
A. M. Clapp, Postmaster. 
Thomas Blossom, Assistant Post- 
master. 



BOARD OP LAKE UNDERWRITERS. 

Office — Thompson's Block. 
E. P. Dorr, Executive Committee. 
A. A. Eustaphiere, " " 

J. D. Jones '« " 

E. P. Dorr, Chairman. 
R. Thomas, Marine Inspector. 



BANKS AND CAPITAL. 

Name of Bank. Capiul. 

White's Bank of Buffalo, §200,000. 
Bank of Attica, - - - - 250,000 
New York and Eric Bank, 3(10,000 
Marine Bank, - - - - 200,000 



234 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Buffalo City Bank, - - 140,000 
Farmers and Mechanics Bk, 150,000 
International Bank, - - 400,000 
The Manufacturers and Tra- 
ders Bank, 500,000 

Clinton Bank, - - - - 250,000 

Buffalo Savings Bank, - - 

Buffalo Trust Company, - 

Erie County Savings Bank, 

Western Savings Bank, - 

Emigrant Savings Bank, - 



CHURCHES AND LOCATION. 
First Presbyterian — On the trian- 
gle bounded by Church, Pearl and 
Niagara streets. 

Lafayette Street PresTayterian — 
Between Main and Washington, 
north of the Park. 

Central Presbyterian — Cor. Gen- 
esee and Pearl. 

North Presbyterian — Main street, 
between Huron and Chippewa. 

United Church, Presbyterian — 
Washington, below Eagle. 

First Reformed Protestant Dutch 
— Delaware, near Chippewa. 

Westminster — Delaware, above 
North. 

East Presbyterian, Colored — Elm 
between North and South Division 
streets. 

Church of the Puritans, Presby- 
terian — Breckinridge, near Niagara, 
Black Rock. 

Niagara StreetMethodist Episcopal 
— Niagara street, between Pearl and 
Franklin. 

Asbury Methodist Episcopal — 
Corner of Pearl and Chippewa. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal — 
Michigan, between North and South 
Division. 

German Methodist Episcopal — 
Sycamore, corner Ash. 

River Side Methodist — Dearborn. 

Fillmore — near Whittmore's Tav- 
ern. 

St. Mark's Methodist Episcopal — 
Elk, near Alabama. 

Free Baptist — Corner Pearl and 
Genesee. 

Michigan Street Baptist, Colored 
— Between Clinton and Batavia. 



First German Baptist — Spruce, 
north of Batavia. 

North Buffalo Baptist — Dearborn. 

Vine Street Methodist Episcopal, 
Colored. 
Washington Street Baptist — Wash- 
ington, north of Swan. 

Niagara Square Baptist — North- 
west corner Niagara Square. 

St. Luke's Episcopal — Maryland, 
near Virginia street. 

St. John's Episcopal — Corner of 
Washington and Swan. 

Trinity, Episcopal — CornerWash- 
ington and Mohawk. 

St. Paul's, Episcopal — On the tri- 
angle bounded by Erie, Church and 
Pearl. 

Church of the Ascension, Epis- 
copal — North, at the head of Frank- 
lin. 

St. James', Episcopal — Corner of 
Swan and Spring. 

Grace, Episcopal — River Side. 
Union Bethel — Perry. 

First Unitarian — Corner Eagle 
and Franklin. 

First Universalist — Washington, 
near corner of South Division. 

First French Protestant — North- 
east corner of Ellicott and Tupper. 

German Evangelical — Corner of 
Spruce and Sycamore. 

Evangelical Lutheran — Hickory, 
between Batavia and William. 

German Evang'^lical — Corner of 
Genesee and Hickory. 

Evangelical Lutheran Trinity, 
German — Corner Goodell and Ma- 
ple. 

German Evangelical — North Buf- 
falo, Amherst. 

German United St. Paul's, Evan- 
gelical — Washington, between Gen- 
esee and Chippewa. 

Zion's German Reformed — Lem- 
on. 

Lutheran Trinity, German — Wil- 
liam. 

St. Peter's — Genesee, corner of 
Hickory. 

St. Joseph's Cathedral — Franklin, 
near Swan. 

St. Michael's, Catholic — Wash- 



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235 



ington, between Chippewa and Tap- 
per. 

St. Francis Xavier, Catholic — 
Ea.st, near Amherst. 

St. Patrick's, Catholic— North 

Canal. 

Holy Angel's, Catholic — Prospect 
Hill. 

Holy Cross — Main. 

Hospital of the Sisters of Chari- 
ty and Chapel at the Asylum. 

Immaculate Conception — Edward. 

St. Peter's, French Catholic — Cor- 
ner Clinton and AVashington. 

St. Louis, German Catholic — 
Main, opposite Cooddell. 

St. Mary's, Catholic — Corner Ba 
tavia and Pine. 

St. Bonifacius, Mulberry. 

St. Bridget's — Louisiana. 

St. Anne's — Emslie. 

North Street Methodist, 

Thirteenth Street Church. 

Calvary Church — Delaware, be- 
low Tupper. 

Cedar Street Baptist — Cedar, be- 
tween North and South Division. 

Second German — Hickory. 

Mission Church — G&odell, corner 
Boston. 

St. Stephen's — Peckham, corner 
Adams. 

St. Andrew's — Peckham, corner 
Sherman. 

Evangelical Association — Wil- 
liam. 

Ebenezer Church — Grape, near 
Virginia. 

Zion Church — Williamsvillelload 

Old Indian Church — Indian Ch. 
street. 

Jewish Synagogue — Pearl, near 
Eagle. 

House of Bethel, Seneca, near 
Jefferson. 



Erie Lodge, No. 161, F. & A.M. 
Dr. Wm. (iould, W. M. 
Wm. F. Best, S. W. 
John Rodney, J. W. 
W. G. Seeley, Sec'y. 



Concordia Lodge, 143, F. <k A. M. 
Joseph L. Haberstro, W. M. 
Chas. Raut, S. W. 
Philip Schen, J. AV. 
Oberist, Sec'y. 



Washington Lodge, No. 240, F. & A. 

Masons. 
Michael Pinner, W. M. 
A. S. Swartz, S. W. 
M. Scoville, J. W. 
Wm. Fleming, Sec'y. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 



MASONIC. 



Hiram Lodge, No. 105, F. & A. M. 
James II. Barton, W. M. 
Andrew S. Ma.son, S. W. 
Hawley Kline, J. W. 
Wm. A. Jarrett, Sec'y. 



Modestia Lodge, No. 340, F. & A. M. 
Benj. Kinii, W. M. 
Richard Flach, S. W. 

, J. W. 

, Sec'y. 



Queen City Lodge, No. 358, F. <fe 

A. M. 
C. G. Fox, W. M. 

John N. Lockwood, S. W. 

George , J. W. 

, Sec'y. 



n Of the Ancient Landmarks, Lodge 

No. 441. 
Wm. Ilersee, W. M. 
R. N. Brown, S. W. 
Charles E. Young, J. W. 
Benjamin Felton, Sec'y. 



DeMolay Lodge. No. 498. 
Johnathan T. Wilbur, W. 
P. C. Stambach, S. W. 
P. Hitchcock, J. W. 
C. Shurley, Sec'y. 



M. 



Parish Lodge, No. 292. 
Davis, W. M. 



S. W. Howell, S. W. 
John Rudy, J. W. 
ec. 



Sf 



Buffalo Chapter, No. 71. 
James McCredie, II. P. 
Darwin Kenyon, K. 



236 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



William Allen, S. 


Lodge Room, corner Washington 


James luglis, Sec. 


and Seneca streets. Meet every 


Keystone Chapter, No. 163. 
M. Pinner, H. P. 


Tuesday evening. 


Niagara Lodge, No. 25. Instituted 


R. N. Brown, K. 


November 6, 1839. 


A. S. Swartz, S. 


Richard Mor2;an, N. G. 


William Flemming, See. 


G. A. Rice, V. G. 




A. T. Mason, Sec. 

G. A. Moore, Treasurer. 


Buffalo Council, No. 17. 


William Gould, T. J. M. 


J. S. Ewin, Permanent Secretary. 


James McCredie, Deputy M. 
James Inglis, P. C. W. 




Tehoseroron. No. 48. Instituted 


Horace F. Kenyon, Rec. 


August 22,1845. 




P. M. L. Sheppard, N. G. 




Keystone Council, No. 20. 


T. C. Turner, V. G. 


M. Pinner, T. J. M. 


H. P. Fiffer, Sec. 


Wm Fleming, Dep. M. 


J. D. Dudley, Treasurer. 


A. S. Swartz, P. C, W. 




Lake Erie Commandery, No. 20. 
J. McCredie, E. C. 
Wm. Gould, Gen. 
G. W. Winans, C. G. 


Odin Lodge, No. 178, (German.) 

Instituted February 19, 1849. 
J. Movias, N. G. 
J. Volk, V. G. 
J. Krow, Sec. 


N. Case, Recorder. 


Lewis Schultz, Treasurer. 

Robert Hager, Permanent Secretary. 


I. 0. 0. F. 




Buffalo Lodge No. 137. Instituted 


Wahalla Lodge, No. 260. 


May, 1840. 


Peter Bieber, ^ . G. 


Martin Thorp, N. G. 


F. B. Gensch, V. G. 


C. F.Allen, V. G. 


F. W. Biecke, Sec. 


Richard Barker, Sec. 


Fred Persch, Treasurer. 


Arthur Hickman, Treasurer. 


William C. Zimmerman, Per. See. 



THE AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

ORGANIZED 1850-REORGANIZED 1860. 



CAPITAL, 



^1,000,000. 



The business of this Company is the forwarding, with the greatest 
speed and safety, Coin, Bank Notes, Jewelry and other Valuables, 
Goods and Packages, and to Collect Notes, Drafts, Accounts, and 
Bills sent with Goods, and to execute all other Commissions connect- 
ed with the Express Business, at all the principle places between the 
city of New York and the Western, North and Southwestern States, 
and Canada. Its connections with other responsible Express Compan- 
ies also extend their facilities to all parts of the United States, Cali- 
fernia and Europe. Each Express is sent on a first-class passenger 
train, and accompanied by a trusty messenger, provided with an iron 
safe for the security of valuables. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



237 



DIRECTORS. 



OFFICERS. 



Henry Wells Aurora, N. Y. i Henry Wells President. 

John Buttcrfield New YorkJ John Butterfield....Vice President. 

Johnston Livinf:rston New York. ! | Win. G. Fargo Secretary. 

Wm. G. Fariro Buffalo. | Alex. Holland Treasurer. 

Alex. Holland New York.' 



PRINCIPAL OFFICES: 

New York, 124 Broadway and 61 Hudson Street. Bulfalo, 9, U 

and 13 West Seneca Street. 

WELLS. BUTTERFIELD k CO.. NEW YORK,) ^ 

LIVINGSTON. FAIIGO k CO., BUFFALO, I Proprietors. 

W. B. PECK, Agent, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Albany, 

Adams, 

Auburn, 

Adams Centre, 

Attica, 

Akron, 

Albion, 

Alder Creek, 

Amsterdam, 

Aurora, 

Alexander, 

Antwerp, 

Buffalo, 

Bergen, 

Byron, 

Batavia, 

Broekport, 

Barrytown, 

Boonville, 

Baldwinsville, 

Brownville, 

Canandaigua, 

Cooperstown, 

Caledonia, 

Camillus, 

Canastota, 

Camden, 

Cape Vincent, 

Cherry ^^alley, 

Catskill, 

Castleton, 

Cayuga, 

Chaumont, 

Chili, 



LIST OF OFFICES 

NEW YORK. 

Chittenan go, 

Churchville, 

Clifton Springs, 

Clyde, 

Cayuga Lake, 

Coxsackie, 

Cold Spring, 

Crugers, 

Croton, 

Dobbs Ferry, 

Dresden, 

DeKalb, 

East Bloomfield, 

Evan's Mills, 

Fairport, 

Fonda, 

Fort Plain, 

Fishkill, 

Fishkill Landing, 

Frankfort, 

Frog Point. 

Fulton, 

Ft. Montgomery, 

Garrisons, 

Germantown, 

Geneva, 

Gasport, 

Oouverneur, 

Glenham, 

Hudson, 



EAST OF BUFALO. 



Hastings, 
Hyde Park, 
Iloneoye Falls, 
Herkimer, 



Holland Patent, 

Hermmon, 

Ithaca, 

Ilion, 

Irvington, 

Jefferson, 

Jordan, 

Junction, 

Kingston, 

Kasoag, 

Kidder's Ferry, 

Knowlesville, 

Xeene's, 

Lava n a, 

Lamsons, 

Little Falls, 

Leroy, 

Lockport, 

Lyons, 

Limerick, 

Lewiston, 

Lodi, 

Lake Ridge. 

Medina, 

Manlius, 

Marcellus, 

Macedon, 

Mansville, 

Middleport, 

Murray, 

McConnelsville, 

Milton, 

Mattewan, 

Milan, 

Millers Corners, 



New York City, 

Newark, 

Niagara Falls, 

Newburgh, 

HoUey, 

New Hamburgh, 

North Hector, 

Oriskany, 

Oneida, 

Oak Hill, 

Ogdensburgh, 

0.swego, 

Ovid, 

Poughkcepsie, 

Palmyra, 

Palatine Bridge, 

Peekskill, 

Pembroke, 

Pitt.sford, 

Pierrepo n t Man'r, 

Port Byron, 

Prospect, 

Pulaski. 

Philadelphia, 

Potsdam, 

Potsdam Junct n, 

Phelps, 

Kochester, 

Rem sen, 

Richland, 

Rondout, 

Rome, 

Rhine beck, 

Rock .'^tream, 

Richville, 



238 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Saugerties, 
Syracuse, 
Savannah, 
Sand Banks, 
Sandy Creek, 
Seneca Falls, 
Schenectady, 
Sing Sing, 
Skeneatles, 
Seneca Lake, 
Schodack, 
Shortsville, 
Sheldrake, 
South Byron, 



Spencerport, 

Springport, 

Spuyten Duyvel, 

Starkey, 

Staatsburgh, 

Stafford, 

Stockport, 

Stuyvesant, 

St. Johnsville, 

Suspension Br'ge, 

Troy, 

Tarrytown, 

Taberg, 

Tivoli, 



Three Mile Bay, Watertown, 



Trenton, 

Tonawanda, 

Trumansburgh, 

Union Springs, 

Utica, 

Verona, 

Victor, 

Vienna, 

Verplanks, 



West Point, 

Waterloo, 

Weedsport, 

West Bloomfield, 

West Camden, 

Willianistown, 

Wende, 

Watkins, 

Yonkers. 



CANADA WEST. 



Kingston, 
Coburg, 



Colborne, 
Port Hope. 



LIST OF OFFICES WEST OF BUFFALO. 



NEW YORK. 



Dunkirk, 
Evans Centre, 
Jamestown, 



Silver Creek, 
Westfield. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Beaver, 

Columbus, 

Conneautville, 

Darlington, 

Erie, 

Girard, 

Industry, 

Meadville, 

North East, 



New Brighton, 
Rochester, 
Springfield, 
Sewickley, 
Smith's Ferry, 
Union Mills, 
Warren, 
Waterford, 
West Granville. 



OHIO. 



Ashtabula, 

Alliance, 

Atwater, 

Ashland, 

Akron, 

Aurora, 

Ashley, 

Bucyrus, 

Bedford, 

Bayard, 

Bristol, 

Braceville, 

Berea, 

Crestline, 

Columbus, 

Cincinnati, 

Cleveland, 

Cardington, 



Conneaut, 

Cedarville. 

Corwin, 

Camden, 

Columbiana, 

Canton, 

Carrolton, 

Clinton, 

Wayne Co. 
Clinton, 

Summit Go. 

Cuyahoga Falls, 

Collinsville, 

Dayton, 

Delaware, 

Delphos, 

Deerfield, 

Damaskus, 



Dodsons, 

Jlaton, 

Eariville, 

Eldorado, 

Enon Valley, 

East Rochester, 

East Liverpool, 

Edinburgh, 

Euclid, 

Forest, 

Franklin Mills, 

Franklin Square, 

Frederickshurgh, 

Fosters Crossing, 

Florence, 

Fort Ancient, 

Geneva, 

Grafton, 

Gallon, 

Greenwich, 

Gilead, 

Garritsville, 

Girard, 

Hamilton, 

Hudson, 

Hammondsville, 

Iberia, 

Kingsville, 

Loveland, 

Lewis Centre, 

London, 

Lima, 

Livingston, 

Louisville, 

Lakeville, 

Loudonville, 



Lucas, 

LaFayette, 

Lagrange, 

Lebanon, 

Millford, 

Madison, 

Morrow, 

Mt. Gilead, 

Massilon, 

Mansfield, 

Minerva, 

Malverrj, 

Mineral Point, 

INIoultrie, 

Millersburgh, 

Mantua, 

Macedonia, 

Manchester, 

Newark, 

Nev London, 

New Paris, 

New Waterford, 

New Philadelp'a, 

New Portage, 

Niles, 

Neals Station, 

New Hope, 

Orville, 

Oneida, 

Oxford, 

Olmsted, 

Painesville, 

Palestine, 

Perryville, 

Rochester, 

Rootstown, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



239 



Bavenna, 

Seven Mile, 

Spring Valley, 

Selma, 

Shelby, 

Springfield, 

Somerville, 

Salem, 

So. Charleston, 

Sonora, 

Saybrook, 

Salineville, 

Summitville, 

Solon, 

Starsburgh, 



Upper Sandusky, 

Van Wert, 

Worthington, 

Willonghby, 

Wellington. 

Wooster, 

Waynesburgh, 

Winchester, 

AVellsviUe, 

Windham, 

Warren, 

West Jeflferpon, 

Yellow Springs, 

Youngstown, 

Zanesville. 



INDIANA, 



Anderson, 

Arcadia, 

Brazil, 

Bradford, 

Brookston, 

Bainbridge, 

Bourbon, 

Belleville, 

Battle Ground, 

Brookville, 

Buena Vista, 

Bennetts, 

Brittons, 

Centerville, 

Cambridge City, 

Columbia City, 

Crawfordsville, 

Cicero, 

Connersville, 

Council Hill, 

Cloverland, 

Coatsville, 

Clayton, 

Cartersburgh, 

Carpcntersville, 

Corwin, 

Crittenden, 

Colfax, 

Clark's Hill, 

Cleveland, 

Cumberland, 

Culbertsons, 

Cassville, 

Casthton, 

Dublin, 

Dyer. 

Fort Wayne, 



Francisville, 

Fairfield, 

Frankton, 

Germantown, 

Greenfield, 

Greencaslle, 

Galveston, 

Hagerstown, 

Hanna, 

Huntsville, 

Hobart, 

Indianapolis, 

Jackson, 

Kokomo, 

Knights town, 

Lake, 

LaFayette, 

Logansport, 

Lebanon, 

Lagoda, 

Lewisville, 

Linden, 

Linccolu, 

Leonda, 

Medaryville, 

Michigan City, 

Manchester, 

Middletown, 

Miami, 

Millville, 

New Castle, 

Noblesvile, 

NicholsoQville, 

Nevada, 

Ogden, 

Peru, 

Philadelphia, 



Plainfield, 

Plymouth, 

Quincy, 

lloselle. 

Reels Mill 

Ross, 

Richmond, 

Reynolds, 

Raysville, 

Stock well, 

Sulphur Springs, 

Sharpsville, 



San Perrie, 

Tampico, 

Terre Haute, 

Thorntown, 

Tipton, 

Valaparaiso, 

Windfall, 

Warsaw, 

Washington, 

White^town, 

Zionsville. 



KENTUCKY. 
Louisville. 

MICHIGAN. 



Ann Arbor, 

Albion, 

Ada, 

Augusta, 

Birmingham, 

Boston, 

Battle Creek, 

Beebe's Corners, 

Buchanan, 

Chelsea, 

Corruna, 

Clarkston, 

Decatur, 

Dayton, 

Detroit, 

Dexter, 

Dowagiac, 

Dayton Plains 

Davisburgh, 

Feentonville, 

Galesburgh, 

Grass Lake, 

Grand Rapids, 

Gaines, 

Grand Haven, 

Holley, 

Ionia, 

Jackson, 



Kalamazoo, 

Leoni, 

Lawton, 

Lyons, 

Lowell, 

Lin dan, 

Mattewan, 

Mt. Clemens, 

Mill Point, 

Marshall, 

Niles, 

New Baltimore, 

Nunnica, 

New Buffalo, 

Owosso, 

Ovid, 

Pontiac, 

Parma, 

Pewarno, 

Port Huron, 

Royal Oak, 

St. Johns, 

Savanack, 

Smith's Corner, 

Utica Roads, 

Vernon, 

Wayne, 

Ypsilanti. 



ILLINOIS. 



Algonquin. 

Aurora, 

Amboy, 

Alton, 

Ashkum, 

Ashmore, 



August, 

Apple River, 

Altoiia, 

Arlington, 

Abingtou, 

Avon, 



240 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



Assunjption, 

Batavia, 

Bloomington, 

Belvidere, 

Bunker Hill, 

Blackberry, 

Brandon, 

Bushnell, 

Buda, 

Bristol, 

Barrington, 

Bardolph, 

Butler, 

Bluni, 

Cethalto, 

Chicago, 

Courtland, 

Central ia, 

Clinton, 

Charleston, 

Cherry Valley, 

Cameron, 

Clintonville, 

Carey, 

Crystal Lake, 

Chebanse, 

Colchester, 

Camp Point, 

Como, 

Colmar, 

Coatsburgh, 

Clifton, 

Cottage Hill, 

Clyde, 

Carthage, 

Decatur, 

Dixon, 

Dundee, 

Dekalb, 

Dunton, 

Dement, 

Davis, 

Danby, 

Dunleith, 

Des Plaines, 

Dudley, 

Dorseys, 

Elgin, 

Earlville, 

Effingham, 

Edgewood, 

Elpaso, 

Freeport, 

Fulton, 



Forreston, 

Franklin Grove, 

Frankfort, 

Galesburgh, 

Geneva, 

Galena, 

Galva, 

Oilman, 

Garden Prairie, 

Gillespie, 

Harvard, 

Huntleys, 

Hayworth, 

Hillsboro, 

Haldane, 

Hudson, 

Irving, 

Joliet, 

Juneau, 

Junction G. & C. 

U. and C. B. & 

Q. R. Rs., 
Kankakee, 
Kewanee, 
Kappa, 
Kansas, 
Kinmundy, 
LaSalle, 
Lodi. 
Lane, 
Loda, 
Leland, 
Lawrence, 
Lena. 
Litchfield, 
La Prairie, 
Minonk, 
Mason, 
Matteson, 
Mattoon, 
Marengo, 
Mendota, 
Macomb, 
McHenry, 
Moawequa, 
Morrison, 
Manteno, 
Malta, 
Monee, 
Maiden, 
Maroa, 
Macon, 
Monmouth, 
Moro, 



Neponset, 

Neoga, 

New llutland, 

Nora, 

Nachusa, 

Nokomis, 

Onargo, 

Ogle, 

Oconee, 

Oneida, 

Oswego, 

Okaw, 

Oquawka Junct., 

Odin, 

Pecatonica, 

Pana, 

Princeton, 

Polo, 

Peotome, 

Plymouth, 

Patoka, 

Prairie City, 

Panola, 

Piano, 

Palatine, 

Paris, 

Peoria Junction, 

Pesotum, 

Pera, 

Prospect City, 

Peru, 

Quincy, 

Rockford, 

Ringwood, 

Richmond, 

Rosemond, 

Round Grove, 

Richton, 

Ridgefield, 



Rantoul, 

Ramsey, 

Rutland, 

Sandford, 

Sterling, 

Sandwich, 

Somanauk, 

Sublette, 

Scales Mound, 

Shelbyville, 

St. Augustine, 

Sandoval, 

Tonica, 

Thornton, 

Tacusa, 

Turner, 

'I'olono, 

Tennessee, 

Tuscola, 

Urban a. 

Union, 

Vermillion, 

Vandalia, 

Waukegan, 

Wayne, 

Wheaton, 

Woodston, 

Warsaw, 

Warren, 

Wenona, 

Winnebago, 

Wataga, 

Wapella, 

Woosung, 

Windsor, 

Winfield, 

Wyanet, 

Youns: America. 



WISCONSIN. 



Appleton, 

Arena, 

Avoca, 

Beaver Dam, 

Bangor, 

Beloit, 

Boscobel, 

Berlin, 

Burlington, 

Broadhead, 

Black Earth, 

Brandon, 

Columbus, 



Clinton, 

Cambria, 

Calamine, 

Darlington, 

Delevan, 

Darien, 

Durand, 

Elkhorn, 

Eagle, 

Fond du Lac, 

Fox Lake, 

Fulton, 

Fort Atkinson, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



241 



Greneva, 

Greenfield, 

Green Bay, 

Genesee, 

Horicon, 

Hartford, 

Hartland, 

Iron Kidge, 

Janesville, 

Jefferson, 

Kenosha, 

Kilbourne City, 

Lisbon, 

Lone Rock, 

La Crosse, 

Lowell, 

Milwaukee, 

Minnesota Junct. 
(Mil.,3Iin. and 
Chi. andN. W. 
Railroad.) 

Maze-Mania, 

Madison, 

Menasha, 

Mineral Point, 

Monro'?, 

Muscoda, 

Milton, 

Maustin, 

McFarland, 

Midland, 

Newporl, 



North Prairie, 

New Lisbon, 

Oshkosh, 

Oconowoe, 

Portage City. 

I'rairie duChien, 

Pardeeville, 

Pine Lake, 

Pewaukee, 

Palmyra, 

Racine, 

Rolling Prairie, 

Ripon, 

Roc ton, 

Ritchfield, 

Rubicon, 

Randolph, 

Stoughton, 

Sharon, 

Shopiere, 

Sleisingerville, 

Springfield, 

Sun Prairie, 

Sparta, 

Spring Green, 

Tomah, 

Whitewater, 

Watertown, 

Waupan, 

"Waukesha, 

"Woodland. 



MISSOURI. 



Alexandria, 
Canton, 
Clarksville, 
ITannibal, 



La Grange, 
Louisiana, 
St. Louis. 



Agency City, 

Anatnosa, 

Rurlington, 

Clinton, 

Cedar Rapids, 

Camancbe, 

Cedar Falls, 

Dubuque, 

Dyersville, 

De Witt, 

Epsworth, 

Fairfield, 

Independence, 

Keokuk, 

Lyons, 



IOWA. 

London, 

Lisbon. 

Mt. IMeasant, 

Monticello, 

Manchester. 

Mt. Vernon, 

Marion, 

Nottingham, 

New London, 

Ottuiiiwa, 

Onion Grove, 

Rome, 

Waterloo, 

Yankee Run. 



CANADA WEST. 



Acton, 

Berlin, 

Brampton, 

Baden, 

Brantford. 

Caledonia, 

Canal Dover, 

Chatham, 

Clifton, 

Clinton, 

Dundas, 

Duiiville, 

Fort Erie, 

Gait, 

Georgetown, 

Guelph, 

Goderich, 

Hamilton, 

Ingersoll, 

Kingston, 

London, 

Malton, 



Mitchell, 

Newbury, 

New Hamburgh, 

Paris, 

Petersburgh, 

Port Colbornc, 

Port Stanley, 

Preston, 

Rockwood, 

St. Catherines, 

St. Thomas, 

Shak^^peare, 

Stratford, 

Strathroy, 

Sarnia, 

St. Marys, 

Toronto, 

Weston, 

Wi'Mer, 

Windsor, 

Woodstock. 



16 



242 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



EXPRESS COMPANY, 



The United States Express Company connects with the Great 
California Express Companies of Wells, Fargo & Co., for California, 
Orec^on, South America and the Sandwich Islands ; also with the 
Central Overland and Pikes Peak Express Company, for Salt Lake, 
Fort Laramie, Denver City, Central City, Mountain City, and all the 
towns in the gold district of Colorado Territory, as also Avith the 
Pony Express for San Francisco, California. 

Letters will be forwarded by the Pony Express semi- weekly. 

This Campany will receive and forward Express matter to all parts 
of Europe. Invoices with Goods will be collected and returned 
promptly. 

This Company makes direct connections with all the responsible 
Expresses in the United States, and with Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Ex- 
press for California, Oregon and the West Indies. 

Never deliver a Money or Valuable Package to an Express Agent 
unless it is well sealed with wax, stamped with a private seal, and 
plainly marked. 

The United States Express Co. own and control "The Great West- 
ern Despatch,'' a reliable and expeditious freight line for heavy goods. 



HENRY KIP, Gen'l Siip't, West. 
C. A, DEWITT, Genu SiipH, East. 



D.N.BARNEY, President, 
82 Broadway, New York. 



GENERAL OFFICE DIRECTORY. 

EASTEEN DIVISION. 



NEW YORK. 


Office. 


County. 


New York City, 


New York. 


Addison, 


Steuben. 


Almond, 


Alleghany. 


Alfred, 


Alleghany. 


Andover, 


Alleghany. 


Alleghany, 


Cattaraugus. 


Apulia, 


Onondaga. 


Avoca, 


Steuben. 


Avon, 


Livingston. 


AUica, 


Wyoming. 


Alexander, 


Genesee. 


Alden, 


Erie. 


Blauveltville, 


Rockland. 


Binghampton, 


Broome. 


Barton, 


Tioga. 



Big Flats, 


Chemung. 


Belvidere, 


Alleghany. 


Bath, 


Steuben. 


Bloods, 


Steuben. 


Batavia, 


Genesee. 


Burnt*, 


Alleghany. 


Buffalo, 


Erie. 


Candor, 


Tioga. 


Chester, 


Orange. 


Cochecton, 


Sullivan. 


Callicoon, 


Sullivan. 


Campville, 


Tioga. 


Hhemung, 


Chemung. 


Corning, 


Steuben. 


Cameron, 


Steuben. 


Canisteo, 


Steuben. 


Cuba, 


Alleghany. 


Cattaraugua, 


Cattaraugus 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



243 



Chenango Fk's, 

Cortland, 

Canandaigua, 

Campbell, 

Conesus, 

Caledonia, 

Canaseraga, 

Castile, 

Deposit, 

Dayton, 

Dunkirk, 

Darien, 

Elniira, 

Friendship, 

Forestville, 

Goshen, 

Genesee, 

Genesee, 

Great Valley, 

Gorham, 

Gainesville, 

Hampton, 

Howell's, 

Hankins, 

Hancock, 

Hale's Eddy, 

Hoopers, 

Ilornellsville, 

llirarods, 

Hinsdale, 

Homer, 

Horseheads, 

Havana, 

Ithaca, 

Kirkwood, 

liOrdville, 

Little Valley, 

Lisle, 

Liberty, 

Livonia, 

Le Roy, 

Linden, 

Lancaster, 

Monsey, 

Monroe, 

Middletown, 

Mast Hope, 

Marathon, 

Millport, 

Mt, Morris, 

Nanuet, 

Newburg, 

Narrowsburg, 



Broome. 

Cortland. 

Ontario. 

Steuben. 

Livingston. 

Livingston. 

Alleghany. 

Wyoming. 

Delaware. 

Cattaraugus. 

Chautauque. 

Genesee. 

Chemung. 

Alleghany. 

Chautauque. 

Orange. 

Alleghany. 

Livingston. 

Cattaraugus. 

Ontaria. 

Wyoming. 

Orange. 

Orange. 

Sullivan. 

Delaware, 

Delaware. 

Broome. 

Steuben. 

Yates. 

Cattaraugus. 

Cortland. 

Chemung. 

Schuyler. 

Tompkins. 

Broome. 

Sullivan. 

Cattaraugus. 

Broome. 

Steuben. 

Livingston. 

Genesee. 

Wyoming. 

Eric. 

Kockland. 

Orange. 

Orange. 

Sullivan. 

Cortland. 

Chemung. 

Livingston. 

Rockland. 

Orange. 

Sullivan. 



Nunda, 

Otisville, 

Owego, 

Olean, 

Piermont, 

Port Jervis, 

Painted Post, 

Phillipsvilc, 

Perrysburg, 

Pen Yan, 

Portage, 

Rochester, 

Rathboneville, 

Spring Valley, 

Suffer ns, 

Southfield, 

Shohola, 

Stockport, 

Susquehana, 

Smithboro, 

Scio, 

Smith's Mills, 

Syracuse, 

Starkey, 

Savona, 

Springwater, 

Tally, 

Union, 

Washingtonville, 

Waverly, 

Wellsburg, 

Whitney's Pt. 

Watkins, 

Wayland, 

Warsaw, 



Wyoming, 
Orange. 
Tioga. 
Cattaraugus. 
Jlockland. 
Orange. 
Chemung 
Alleghany. 
Cattaraugus. 
Yates. 
Wyoming. 
Monroe. 
Steuben. 
Rockland. 
Rockland. 
Orange. 
Sullivan. 
Delaware. 
Broome. 
Tioga. 
Alleghany. 
Cattaraugus,. 
Onondaga. 
Yates. 
Steuben. 
Livingston. 
Onondaga. 
Broome. 
Orange, 
Chemung. 
Chemung. 
Broome. 
Schuyler. 
Steuben. 
Wyoming. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 
Offi-iec. County. 

Great Bend, Susquehanna 

Lackawaxen, Pike. 

NEW JERSEY- 

Office. County. 

Godwinville, Bergen. 

Hohokus, Bergen. 

Paterson, Passaic. 

Ramseys, Bergen. 



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WESTERN DIVISION. 



NEW YORK. 
Office. County. 

Buffalo, Erie. 

Dunkirk, Chautauque. 



OHIO. 



Office. 
Antwerp, 
Arcanum, 
Berea, 
Berlin, 
Bellevue, 
Bellefontaine, 
Belleville, 
Bryan, 
Camden, 
Castalia, 
Carthage, 
Columbus Gr., 
College Cor., 
Covington, 
Cumminsville, 
Carey, 
Carlisle, 
Caledonia, 
Cincinnati, 
Cleveland, 
Clyde, 
Columbus, 
Crestline, 
Delto, 
Dayton, 
De Graff, 
Defiance, 
Delaware, 
Edgerton, 
Elmore, 
Elyria, 
Findlay, 
Forest, 
Fostoria, 
Fremont, 
Fredricktown, 
Glendale, 
Gallon, 
Grafton, 
Greenville, 
Havana, 
Hamilton, 
Huron, 
Huntsville, 
Independence, 



County. 
Paulding. 
Darke. 
Cuyahoga. 
Erie. 
Huron. 
Logan. 
Richland. 
Williams. 
Loraine. 
Erie. 

Hamilton. 
Putnam. 
Butler. 
Miami. 
Hamilton. 
Wyandotte. 
Butler. 
Morrow. 
Hamilton. 
Cuyahoga. 
Sandusky. 
Franklin. 
Crawford. 
Fulton. 
Montgomery. 
Logan. 
Defiance. 
Delaware. 
Williams. 
Ottawa. 
Loraine. 
Hancock. 
Wyandotte. 
Seneca. 
Sandusky. 
Knox. 
Hamilton. 
Crawford, 
Loraine, 
Darke, 
Huron. 
Butler. 
Erie. 
Logan. 
Richland. 



Kenton, 


Hardin. 


Lima, 


Allen. 


London, 


Madison. 


La Rue, 


Marion. 


Leipsic, 


Putnam. 


Lexington, 


Richland. 


Lockland, 


Hamilton. 


Mt. Victory, 


Hardin. 


Mansfield, 


Richland. 


Marion, 


Marion. 


Marysville, 


Union. 


Maumee City, 


Lucas. 


Mechanicsburg, 


Champaign. 


Miamisburg, 


Montgomery 


Middletown, 


Butler. 


Milford Cen., 


Union. 


Monroeville, 


Huron. 


Mount Vernon, 


Knox. 


Napoleon, 


Henry. 


Newark, 


Licking. 


Norwalk, 


Huron. 


Oberlin, 


Loraine. 


Osborne, 


Greene, 


Oxford, 


Butler. 


Ottawa, 


Putnam. 


Post Town, 


Butler. 


Perrysburg, 


Wood. 


Piqua, 


Miami. 


Plymouth, 


Richland, 


Quincy, 


Logan. 


Ridgeway, 


Hardin. 


Rushsylv'ia, 


Logan, 


Sandusky, 


Erie. 


Shelby, 


Richland. 


Sidney, 


Shelby. 


Springfield. 


Clarke. 


Sylvania, 


Lucas. 


Stryker. 


Fulton. 


Tiffin, 


Seneca. 


Tippecanoe, 


Miami. 


Toledo. 


Lucas. 


Townsend, 


Huron. 


Troy, 


Miami. 


Trenton, 


Butler. 


Union City, 


Darke. 


Urbana, 


Champaign. 


Utica, 


Knox. 


Vermillion, 


Erie. 


Versailles, 


. Darke. 


Washington, 


Henry. 


W. Sul. Spr. 


Delaware. 


Wakeman, 


Huron. 



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245 



Wapakoneta, 
Waseon, 
West Liberty, 
Zanesville, 



Au Glaize. 
Fultun. 
Lojxan. 
Muskincrum. 



INDIANA. 



Office. 
Anderson, 
Attica, 
IJristol, 
Calumet, 
Chestertield. 
Delphi, 
Elkhart, 
Fnriuland, 
Fortville, 
I^'ort Wayne, 
(loshen. 
Huntington, 
[ndianapolis, 
Kendallville, 
Lafeyette, 
La Gro, 
La Porte. 
Ligonier, 
Logansport, 
Liberty, 
Marshfield, 
Middlebury, 
Mishawaka, 
Muncie, 
New Carlisle, 
Oakland, 
Pendleton, 
Peru, 
Plymouth, 
Rome, 

llolling Prairie, 
State Line, 
Smithfield, 
South Bead, 
Wabash, 
Waterloo, 
Williamsport, 
Winchester, 



County. 
Madison. 
Fountain. 
Elkhart. 
Lake. 
Madison. 
Carroll. 
Elkhart. 
Kandolph. 
Hancock. 
Allen. 
Elkhart. 
Huntington, 
Marion. 
Noble. 
Tippecanoe. 
Wabash. 
La Porte. 
Noble. 
Cass. 
Union. 
Warren, 
Elkhart. 
St. Joseph, 
Delaware. 
St. Joseph. 
Marion. 
Madison. 
Miami. 
Marshall. 
Noble, 
La Porte, 
Warren, 
Delaware. 
St. Joseph, 
Wabash, 
De Kalb. 
Warren, 
Randolph, 



MICHIGAN. 

Ojjice. County. 

Adrian, Lenawee, 

Blissfield, Lenawee. 

Bronson, Branch. 

Burr Oak, St. Joseph, 

Clayton, Lenawee. 



Clinton, 

Coldwater, 

Constantino, 

Detroit, 

Hillsdale, 

HuJ^oii, 

Jackson, 

Jonesville, 

Manchester. 

Monroe, 

Napoleon, 

Quincy, 

Sturgis, 

'i'ecumseh, 

Three Rivers, 

White Pis'n, 



Lenawee. 

Branch. 

St. Joseph, 

Wayne. 

Hillsdale. 

Lenawee. 

Jackson, 

Hillsdale, 

Washtenaw. 

Monroe. 

Jackson. 

Branch. 

St. Joseph. 

Lenawee. 

St. Joseph. 

St. Joseph. 



ILLINOIS. 



Office. 
Allon, 
Annawan, 
Athens, 
Atlanta, 
Auburn, 
Bath, 

Beardstown, 
Bement, 
Bloomington, 
Breman, 
Brighton, 
Burea Junction, 
Camp Point, 
Carlinville, 
Catlin, 

Cerro Gordo, 
Chatham, 
Cheneo, 
Chicago, 
Chillicothe, 
Clayton, 
Colons, 
Danville, 
Decatur, 
De wight, 
Elkhart, 
Elmwood, 
El Paso, 
Eureka, 
Fairburry, 
Galesburgh, 
Gardner, 
Geneseo, 
Gilmore, 
Girard, 



County. 
Madison, 
Henry, 
Cook. 
Logan, 
Sangamon. 
Mason. 
Cass, 
Piatt, 
McClean. 
Cook. 
Macoupin. 
Bureau. 
Adams. 
Macoupin. 
Vermillion. 
Piatt. 

Sangamon. 
McLean. 
Cooke, 
Peoria. 
Adams. 
Henry. 
Vermillion. 
Macon. 
LivingstODw 
Logan. 
Peoria. 
Wootlford. 
Woodftird. 
Livingston. 
Knox. 
Grundy. 
Henry. 
Iroiiuois, 
Macoupin. 



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Havana, 

Henry, 

Homer, 

Jacksonville, 

Joliet, 

Knoxville, 

Lacon, 

La Salle, 

Lexington, 

Lincoln, 

Lockport, 

Mechanicsburgh, 

Meredosia, 

Middleport, 

Minooka, 

Mokena, 

Moline, 

Monmouth, 

Morris, 

Monticello, 

Mt. Sterling, 

Naples, 

Niantic, 

Odell, 

Ottowa, 

Peoria, 

Perkin, 

Peru, 

Pontiac, 

Port Byron, 

Quincy, 

Rock Island, 

Rome, 

Sadorus, 

Sheffield, 

Shipmans, 

Sidney, 

Springfield, 

Tiskilwa, 

Tolono, 

Towanda, 

Virden, 

Virginia, 

Washingtop, 

Williamsville, 

Wilming-ton. 



Mason. 

Marshall. 

Champaign. 

Morgan. 

Will. 

Knox. 

Marshall. 

La Salle. 

McLean. 

Logan. 

Will. 

Sangamon. 

Morgan. 

Iroquois. 

Will. 

Will. 

Rock Island. 

Warren. 

Grundy. 

Madison. 

Brown. 

Pike. 

Sangamon. 

Livingston. 

LaSalle. 

Peoria. 

Tazewell. 

LaSalle. 

Livingston. 

Rock Island. 

Adams. 

Rock Island. 

Peoria. 

Champaign. 

Bureau. 

Macoupin. 

Champaign. 

Sangamon. 

Bureau. 

Champaign. 

McLean. 

Macoupin. 

Cass. 

W^oodford. 

Sangamon. 

Will. 



IOWA. 



Office. 
Adel, 
Atalissa, 
Bentonsport, 
Burlington, 
Cedar Rapids, 



Coimty. 
Dallas. 
Muscatine. 
Van Buren. 
Des Moines. 
Linn. 



Council Bluffs, 

Columbus C, 

Davenport, 

Des Moines, 

Durant, 

Eddyville, 

Farmington, 

Ft. Madison, 

Glenwood, 

Grinnell, 

Iowa City, 

Keokuk, 

Keosauqua, 

Lewis, 

Marengo, 

Montezuma, 

Moscow, 

Muscatine, 

Newton, 

Ononwa, 

Oskaloosa, 

Ottumwa, 

Pella, 

Sidney, 

Sigourney, 

Walcott, 

Washington, 

West Liberty. 

Wilton, 

Wintersett. 



Pottawattomie. 

Van Buren. 

Scott. 

Polk. 

Muscatine. 

Wapello. 

Van Buren. 

Lee. 

Mills. 

Poweshiek. 

Johnson. 

Lee, 

Van Buren. 

Cass. 

Iowa. 

Poweshiek. 

Muscatine. 

Muscatine. 

Jasper. 

Louisa. 

Mahaska. 

Wapello. 

Marion. 

Fremont. 

Keokuk. 

Scott. 

Washington. 

Muscatine. 

Muscatine. 

Madison. 



MISSOURI. 



Office. 
Allen, 

Arrow Rock, 
Boonville, 
Brunswick, 
Centralia, 
California, 
Columbia, 
Franklin, 
Florence, 
Forest City, 
Fulton, 
Georgetown, 
Glasgow, 
Hudson, 
Hannibal, 
Hermann, 
Hill's Landing, 
Independence, 
Jefferson City, 
Kansas City, 
Lexington, 



County. 
Macon. 
Saline, 
Cooper. 
Charlton. 
Boone. 
Moniteau. 
Boone. 
Franklin. 
Montgomery. 
Holt. 
Callaway. 
Pettis. 
Howard. 
Macon. 
Marion. 
Gasconade, 
Carroll. 
Jackson. 
Cole. 
Jackson. 
Lafayette. 



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247 



Liberty Landing, 

Macon City, 

Mexico, 

]Miann, 

Martinsbur<;, 

Missouri City, 

Montgomery, 

Oregon, 

Otterville, 

Providence, 

Parkville, 

Rocheport, 

Renick, 

Sedalia, 

Smithton, 

Savannah, 

Syracuse, 

St. Charles, 

St. Joseph, 

Sturgeon, 

St. Louis, 

Tipton, 

Warrenton, 

Washington, 

Wellsburg, 

Waverly, 

Wentzville, 

Weston, 

We><tport, 

Warren sburg. 

Wright City, 

St. Aubert. 



Clay. 

Macon. 

Audrian. 

Saline. 

Audrian. 

Ray. 

Montgonier}'. 

Holt. 

Cooper. 

Moniteau. 

Platte. 

Boone. 

Randolph. 

Pettis. 

Pettis. 

Andrew. 

Cooper. 

St. Charles. 

Buchanan. 

Macon. 

St. Louis. 

Cooper. 

Warren. 

Franklin. 

St. Charles. 

Lafayette. 

St. Charles. 

Platte. 

Jackson. 

Johnson. 

Warren. 

Calloway. 



KANSAS. 



Office. 
Ashland, 
Atchison, 
Doniphan, 
Ft. Riley, 
Indianola, 
Junction City, 
Lawrence. 
Lecompton, 
Leavenworth, 
Manhattan, 
Quindaro, 
Sonora, 
Summer, 
Tecumseh, 
Topeka, 
Wyandotte. 



Coiinfi/. 
Davis. 
Atchison. 
Doniphan. 
Davis. 
Shawnee. 
Davis. 
Douglas. 
Jefferson. 
Leavenworth. 
Calhoun. 
Leavenworth, 
Atchison. 
Doniphan. 
Jefferson. 
Shawnee. 
Leavenworth. 



NEBRASKA. 



Office. 
Ft, Kearney, 
Nemaha City, 
Plattsniouth, 
Brownsville, 
Nebraska City, 
Omaha City. 



Coitntij. 

Otoe. 

Mills. 

Nemaha. 

Otoe. 

Douslass. 



Agricultural Implements. 
[See also Seed Stores.] 

Baker M., cor. Genesee and Wash- 
ington. 

Brayley & Pitts, Carolina cor. 4th. 

Howard R. L., Chicago cor, Erie 
Canal. 

WHITE H. C, DEALER IN AG- 
RICULTURAL IMP!>E.MENTS, 
FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS, 
Ac, 338 MAIN. (See card p. 316.) 

Ambrotype and Photographic 

Artists, 

Bliss H. L., 293 Main. 
Brent H. & Co., 183 Genesee. 
Clark Mrs. (ieo. W., 348 Main. 
Coleman William, G Swan. 



COONS D. M., PHOTOGRAPHIC 
GALLERY, 203 MAIN. PIC- 
TURES OF EVERY DESCRIP- 
TION MADE IN A STYLE 
SUPERIOR TO THE REST IN 
THE STATE, (See card p. 313.) 

Evans Mrs., 234 and 240 2d, and 244 
and 240 Main. 

KOEGEL CHARLES H., PHOTO- 
GRAPHIC ARTIST, 36 GENE- 
SEE. (See card p. 288.) 

Miller John, 505 Michigan. 

Miller Henrv, 346 Seneca. 

Nirabs A. B', 302 Main. 

SMITH tfe BO WEN, DHSIGNERvS. 
PHOTO(JRAPHERS AND EN- 
GRAVERS ON WOOD, 190J 
MAIN, GRANITE BUILDING. 
(See card p. 298.) 



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SAIL MAKl 

And Dealers in all kinds of 

RUSSIA BOLT ROPE, 

Awnings, Tents, Marquees and 
Wagon Covers 

Made to order. Also, Flags made and Trunks 
covered on short notice. 



MARINE BLOCK, BUFFALO, N.Y. 



TONI LINNEMAN, 

IW"""" 

Also, strict attention paid to 
Custom Work. 

6 Water St., Buffalo, N.Y. 

THAYERS J. H., AMBROTYPE 
ROOMS, 270 MAIN ( Up Stairs.) 
Upson J. T., S24 xAIain. 
Van Gieson, 202 Main. 

Amtarotypa and Photographic 
Stock. 

BENTON R. 0., DEALER in AM- 
BROTYPE AND PHOTOGRPH- 
IC GOODS, 204 MAIN. (UP 
STAIRS.) 

Lett & Samuels, 10 Weed's Block. 

American Draught Player. 

SPAYTH HENRY, PUBLISHER 
OF SPAYTH'S AMERICAN 
DRAUGHT PLAYER, 38 
LLOYD. [See card, p. 308.] 

Architects. 

(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 
Sage & Allison, 7 Brown's Building- 
Artists. 

McDonell D. 232 Main. 
Pond C. L. 198 Main. 
Rutland John, 88 Batavia. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Allen J. A. cor. Main and Swan. 



Cabiset Maker 

AND UPHOLSTERER, 

Batavia St., between Oak and EIra, 

BUFFALO, W. Y. 



AUSTIN & AUSTIN, ATTOR- 
NEYS AND COUNSELLORS 
AT LAW, 289 WASHING- 
TON. 

Avery, Truman G. Spaulding's Ex- 
change. 

Baker C. A. 1 Brown's Building. 

Baker E. P., N. Y. and Erie Bank. 

Beckwith C. 302 Main. 

Beardsley, J. 5 Granite Building, 
Main. 

Bissell L. F. 3 Brown's Building. 

Blanchard, A. A. 9 Spaulding's 
Block. 

Brooks A. S. 146 Main. 

Brown & Fisher, cor. Seneca and 
Pearl. 

Bryant Clement William, 268 Main. 

Chapin E. B., 7 Granite Building, 
Main. 

Clark Charles E., 2 Granite Build- 
ings. 

Clark L. B., Main. 

Coe S. C, 140 Main. 

Cook Eli, cor. Main and South Div. 

Coriiwell Francis E., Stephenson 
Block. 

Cottle 0. 0., 2 Granite Block, Main. 

Cutler Wra. H., cor. Main and Swan. 

Curtinius John, 12 Spaulding's Ex- 
change. 



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249 



\J^^ EST-^BHilSHIEID I3Sr 1846- ^^J 

P. S. JBEMIS, 

(successor to hkmis dkos.) 

SHIP CHANDLER, GROCER, 

And Provision Dealer, 

NOS. 6 AND 7 OHIO STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Naval Stores, Anchors, Chains, Oils, Paints 
Putty, Varnishes, Groceries and Provisions. Manufacturers of Ships' Blocks 
Pumps, itc, etc. 

' J. H. ELSINGHORST, 

Maiiufartiiior of ;ill kiii.i.s cf 

im AND COPP[li M[, 

No. 134 Batavia Street, 

BUFFALO, X. ¥. 



J. STRELL, 

rriuliiig sn'l Manufiicturini? uf 



HtVoolcu and Cotton (Doocb 

Carding, Weaving of all sorts of 
Yarn. 

MO.\TAVIAJET,ASn& PINE, BUFFALO. 

Dyeing and Cleaning done to order. 
Manufacture of Velvet Braid for Trimming. 



Day D. F., Adams' Block, Washing- 
ton. 

Day, H. C, 164 Main. 

Delavan F. C, Arcade Building. 

Douw E. J., 146 Main. 

Fitch A. B., cor. Swan and Main. 

Fithian F. J., Court, near Main. 

FORBUSH E. B., ATTORNEY 
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 
COR. MAIN AND SWAN. [See 
card, p. 268.] 

<}anson John, Spaulding's Exchange. 

(xibbs Jaraes S., 164 Main. 

<5reene W. IL, 3 North Division. 

Haddock L. K., 8 Spaulding's Ex- 
change. 

Ilalbert N. A., 2 Exchange. 

Hard S. B., Spaulding's Exchange. 

Hibbard Cr. B., New York and Erie 
Bank. 

Hodge L. D., 8 Spaulding's Ex- 
change. 

Hodges P. A., 317 Washington. 

Hoffman P., 2 Exchange. 

Hopkins N. K., 2 Exchange. 

Howard A. A.. 268 Main street. 

Hoyt J. G., Main. 

Hubbell <fe Davis, 14 Spaulding's 
Exchange. 



Ml 



and 



Judson J. S. A., cor. 

Court House. 
King C, 148 Main. 
Lett & Samuels, cor. Swan and Main. 
Lewis L. L., Arcade building. 
McDonell A., cor. Main and Swan, 
Marshall & Harvey, 3:UJ Main. 
Matteson A. A., 149 31ain. 
Mills Josiah A.. 268 Main. 
Noyes G. M., 11 Granite building, 

Main. 
Norris J., 146 iMain. 
Norton C. D., cor. Main and Swan. 
Rathbun & Metz, 334 Main. 
Sayles P. M., cor. Washington and 

Seneca. 
Seymour H., jr., 5 Granite building, 

Main. 
Sheldon James, 7 Granite Building, 

Main. 
SHEPARD CHARLES E., AT- 

TORNEY AT LAW, 101 MAIN. 
Sibley John C, 266 Main. 
Smith L. R., cor. Washington and 

Seneca. 
Sprague & Felmore, cor. Main and 

Swan. 
Stevens Edward, 3 North Division. 
Stevens F. G. k H. P., corner Main 

and Swan. 
Stringer Geo. A., 2 Brown's Build- 
ing. 



250 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




PRATT 

28, 30 and 32 Terrace St., 

DBXJirFA.LO, TV. IT. 



PROPRIETORS OF THE 




mportersand DQalersin 

i¥iRY ¥AiiIT¥ ©F 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



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NAILS AND SPIKE. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



251 



^LSO, 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

FOR. THE SALE OTT 

§mk mi Siik 

FIRE PROOF SAFES. 






vWWWV *PWV ^V^Pffi ^CVi TVS 



Platform Scales, 

LEATHER BELTING, &c. 



Any Size, Shape, Length or Quality of 




N ROLLED TO 




And Furnished to Manufacturers or Merchants 
on Short Notice. 



Scrap Iron wanted 

FOR WniC II THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE WILL BE PAID. 

SAMUEL F. PRATT. PASCAL P. PRATT. EDWARD P. DEALS. 



252 



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1*?J01. 



1S61. 



NORTH-WESTERN 





CLARK, PRATT & CO., No. 5 Coenties Slip, New York. 

VANDENBERGH & CHARD, - Marine Block. Buffalo. 

•~^~* — ■ — ■ — 

Boats leave New York daily, and connect at Buffalo with Buffalo and Lake 
Huron Railway, and the following first-class Steam Propellers on the Lakes : 




SUN, Captain Jones. 

HUNTER, Captain Dickson. 

ONTONAGON, Captain Wiikins. 

EDITH, Captain Hunt. 

Shortest, Qaickest and Cheapes 

LAKE ROUTE TO CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, AND ALL POINTS WEST. 



Mark Packages "N. W. T. CO.," and Ship at Pier 4 East River. 
The Proprietors of the N. W. T. Co. will give the lowest rates on freight to 
all Points West. Boats Towed by Steam between New York and Buifalo, 
average time six days, and from New York to Chicago about from nine to 
ten days. 

CL.ARK, PR4TT & CO., IVo. 5 Coentle<9 Slip. 

New York Agents of the Buffalo & Lake Huron R. R. 

'^ WESTERil^iNTrASrO^^ 

M. C. HALE & CO Chicago, 111. 

DOUSEMAN & CO Milwaukee. Wis. 

WRIGHT & CO Waukegan, HI. 

BUTTON & RAYMOND Racine, Wis, 

J. W. MERRILL, Secretary Pier Co., 

Kenosha, Wis. 
CURTIS & BROS Port Washington, III. 



I. H. KIRKLAND Sheboygan, Mich. 

JOHNSON & HODGK Manitowoc, Mich. 

HURLBERT & KIRKLAND, Mackinac,Mich 

B. 0. GRADY Detroit, Mich. 

A, GODARD Toledo, 0. 

J. H. STEAD Sandusky. 

BOND & SPENCER Cleveland, 0. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



253 





GUILEORD W. M'CRAY 

Physiciaii and Surgeon, 

DRUGGiST AND DEALER IN PATENT MEDICINES, 

COR. COMMERCIAL & WATER STS., 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



J. c. FOKnrsn 



X. KHOWN, JR. 

FORBUSH & BROWN, 

\VHOI.KSALE 



91 Main St. Buffalo, N. Y. 



Strong, James C, 2 Granite Build- 
ing, Main. 

Tucker C. & H., New York and Erie 
Bank. 

Vanderpoel J. V., cor. Washington 
and Seneca. 

VEDDKll EDWARD B., 191 
MAIN. 

Vosburgh P. M., cor. Washington 
and Seneca. 

Wadsworth & Williams, cor. Main 
and Swan. 

Walker H. N., 14S Main. 

Welch L., cor. Main and Seneca. 

Welch J. T., cor. Main and Seneca. 

Auction and Commission. 

BRISTOL & BEIRNK, AUCTION 
AND COMMISSION HOUSE, 
327 MAIN. 

Day M. W., 1 Terrace. 

HIGGINS DE WITT. AUCTION 
AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANT FOR THE SALE OF 
ALL KINDS OK MERCHAN- 
DISE, HEAL ESTATE AND 
STOCKS, 2^5 MAIN. N. B.— 
LIBKKAL CASH ADVANCES 
MADE ON CONSKJNMENTS, 
AND PROMPT RETURNS FOR 
SALES. SATISFACTORY REF- 
JiRENCES GIVEN. 



Irish G., jr., 7 W. Seneca. 
Locke W. C, 3 Swan. 
Plimpton, L. K., Ohio. 
Richardson and Covins, cor. Wash- 
ington and Exchange. 
Vaughan D., 6 Terrace. 
Vaughan M., 7 Quincy. 

Bakers. 

Clark William IL, cor. Genesee and 
Main. 

Colston John, 426 Main. 

Conimell John, 260 Genesee. 

Derr J., Pine. 

Elsinger C, 202 Batavia. 

Eryge Christian, 375 Genesee. 

Feumore J., West House Block. 

Foell v., Ellicott. 

Greiner F., 458 Michigan. 

Ilellriegel William, 306 Genesee. 

Hick Jacob, 116 Genesee. 

Hurbolt M., 188 Elm. 

Johe J., Batavia. 

Keinder C., Niagara. 

McGlinn W., cor. Niagara and Penn- 
sylvania. 

Matthes Conrad, 179 Genesee. 

Mugridge Geo., Commercial Block, 
Ohio. 

Munch G., Michigan. 

Oreich Chas., Goodcll. 

Ovens R. B., 50 Niagara. 

Ovens Robert, 34 East Seneca. 

Reinhardt F., Sycamore. 

Rittlingghofter John, Genesee. 

Rodenbach L., cor. Hickory and 
William. 

Roese Henry, 124 East Seneca. 

Schneider Phillip, Batavia. 

Schultz Lewis, 252 Genesee. 



254 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



J. J. SlVtlTH, 





WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, 

No. 197 Washington Street, 

BUFFA.LO, N. Y. 



ABRAHAM LANG, 




Manufacturer oi 



Cor. Perry & Chicago Sts., 

BUFFALO, JS. Y. 



SCHWARZ CHARLES, BAKER 
AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
OF COMMON AND FANCY 
BREAD, ALSO DEALER IN 
SODA BISCUIT AND TEA 
CRACKERS, 339 EAST GEN- 
ESEE. 

SCHWARTZ DANIEL, BAKER 
OF SODA BISCUIT, TEA AND 
WINE CRACKERS & BREAD 
OP ALL KINDS, 96 ELM. 

Smith James, Court. 

Spence James, cor. Washington and 
South Division. 

Vanbalaan B., 296 Main. 

Wilson & Samuel, 193 Seneca. 

Bakers Machine Manufacturers. 

RUGER J. S. & Co., BAKERS' 
MACHINE MANUFACTUR- 
ERS, CHICAGO, NEAR OHIO. 

[See card p. 278 & 279.] 

Banks. 
Bank of Attica, A. J. Rich, Pres't, 
C. Townsend, Cashier, 1 Spald- 
ios's Exchanere. 



BuflFalo Savings Bank, 330 Main. 

Buffalo City Bank, John L. Kimber- 
ly, Pres't, A. P, Thompson, Cash- 
ier, 179 Main. 

Clinton Bank, G. T. Williams, Pres't, 
James M. Smith, Cashier, cor. 
Main and Seneca. 

Erie County Savings Bank, 244 
Main. 

EMIGRANT SAVINGS BANK, 
317 MAIN. 

Farmers and Mechanics Bank, 
E. G. Spalding, Pres't, Ed. Pier- 
son, Cashier, 3 Spalding's Ex- 
change. 

International Bank, M. S. Hawley, 
Pres't, Chas. T. Coit, Cashier, 
Seneca, near Main. 

Marine Bank Buffalo, Geo. Palmer, 
Pres't, H. E. Howard, Cashier, 90 
Main. 

Manufacturer's and Trader's Bank, 
H. Martin, Pres't, H. H. Martin, 
Cashier, 219 Main. 

New York and Erie Bank, John S. 
Ganson, Pres't, James Sweeney, 
Cashier. 

The Buffalo Trust Company, Office, 
228 Main. 

White's Bank of Buffalo, Geo. C. 
White, Pres't, J. H. Madison, 
Cashier. 146 Main. 

Western Savings Bank, 381 Main. 

Bankers. 

Blodgett & Co., 136 Main. 

Burtis Arthur, jr., cor. Main and 

Exchange. 
Chard Wm. A., Mansion House 

Block. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



255 



l^p'^yette: 





A. GOOD, PROPRIETOR, 

No. 21 Ohio Street, two Doors from Washington Street, 



BUFFALO, IV. Y^ 



MANUFACTCREU OF 



IfatiOiBery mi PQ)rta&Ii 





STEAMBOAT AND RAIL ROAD CASTINGS, 
Chiirch., Steamboat and Locomotive Bells 

Plumbers Work, Brass Cocks of all descriptions, Couplings, Gun Mount- 
ings, Malt Rollers, Copper Rivets, Leather Rollers, Jack Screws, Black Lead 
Crucibles, Whistles, Force, Lifting. Oil and Fire Engine Pumps. Fire En- 
gines made and repaired. Particular attention paid to Jobbing.) 

CASU PAID FOR COPPER A^VO BRASS. 



LiATHiR efLTIIMO 

And Double and Single Copper Riveted Leather Hose. 



256 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



THOMAS KEMETT, 

er and Tailor 




AND 



lENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, 

JVo. 1S3 Main Street, Buffalo. 



L. MOONEY, 

k llTHOfiMPHER, 

Wedding and Visiting Cards, 

200 Main Street, 



MANCHESTER & RICH, BANK- 
ING HOUSE, COR. MAIN AND 

SENECA. 

Robinson & Co., cor. Main and Sen- 
eca. 

Smith H. N., 2 East Seneca. 

Barbers. 

Bauni H., cor. Pearl and Terrace. 

Coeckel M., Niagara. 

Grabeuslatter J. & F., 31 East Sen- 
eca. 

G-raham Wm., 27 Exchange. 

Hoffman H., 89 Genesee. 

HOLDEN JOHN, BARBER AND 
HAIR DRESSER, 4 WATER. 

Henry James, 204 VVashington. 

KING C. H., BARBER & HAIR 
DRESSER. COR. SENECA AND 
MICHIGAN. 

Krauss Wm. E., Ohio. 

Leir P., 25 Genesee. 

Linnermann Jacob, 6 Water. 

McQuan Geo., Reverre House Block. 

Newman Henrj, cor. Ohio and Co- 
lumbia. 

Pearson H., 27 Genesee. 

Schouten R., cor. Genesee and Main. 



Smith, E. W., 43 Seneca. 

Slygall J., 9 Terrace. 

Weiss F., Wadsworth House. 

Barometer and Spy Glass Manu- 
facturers, 

NEWMAN & SCOVILL, BAROM- 
ETER. SPY AND MASTHEAD 
GLASSES, &C., ON DOCK 
FOOT OF LLOYD. [See Card, 
p. 283.] 

Beef and Pork Packers. 

Bullymore Richard, near Elk Street 

Market. 
Lamb H., Commercial. 
Landen & Sears, 22 Hanover. 
Newell V. C. & Bro., 3 Dayton. 
Roop H., 4 Dayton. 

Bellows Factory. 
Voas & Ward, Buffalo City. 

Belting. 

GOOD A., BELTING MANUFAC- 
TORY, LAFAYETTE BRASS 
BELL FOUNDRY, 21 OHIO.— 
(See card p. 255.) 

Newman W. H. H., 46 Main. 

Billiard Rooms. 

Abbey G., cor. Exchange and Mich- 
igan ave 
Meech John., Wadsworth House. 
Zesch F., 33 Genesee. 

Billiard Table Manufacturers. 
Wacker L. & Co., 563 Main. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



SHEPARD IRON WORKS! 

OHIO STREET. 



:]V[:-A.2srTj:F.A.CTTj:E^E 





ATS, I'ROPEllEIIS, llllLS, ElEl'ATOllS. 

BL^tST FURJV^§CES^ Etc, 

STEAM PUMPING ENGINES 

OF ^LL SIZES, 

]VlI]VI]VO I*XJ3Xr»JsJ, AVR-ECItllVO I»XJ3II»S, Etc. 



PAHNT SOCKfT SCRfW PROP[LL[R Mril[[LS, 

of which over ono hundred have been sohl witliin tliree vi'ar-;. 



Sloan's Patent Stave Dressing Machinery, 

MARK'S PATENT LUBRICATING APPARATUS. 



Iron and Brass Castings and Wrought Iron Work. 
JOHN D. SHEPARD, Agent 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



iifii 





OliEiTLY ©PPSSITE THi ©fP®T 

OF THE 

mia^ara Falls, Lockport, Buffalo and L.ake Huron and 
Great T¥estern Railroads, 

BUFFALO, NEW YOUK. 



The undersigned would respectfully inform bis friends and the trav- 
eling public, that he has purchased the business of the late Wm. 
Kelsey, and after considerable expense, and much im- 
provement, has rendered the above Hotel 



IN THE CITY OP BUFFALO. 

He pledges himself to make every possible effort to maintain a house that 
will give general satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage, 
both as to price and accommodation. 



PORTERS ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE 

TO AND FROM THE CARS. 

DOMINICK BOZZE. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



257 



W. A. McAVOY, 

Manufacturer of Every Style of 

From Tobacco imported from Ilavaua, St. Ja,L'0., 
Conrter House Block. Cor. Eric and Seneca Sts., 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



Binders Stock. 
JEWETT E. R. & Co.. DEALERS 
IX BINDERS STOCK, IGl 
MAIN. , 

Blacksmiths. , 

Bauer J., Goodell. ' 

Brown W. W., 63 Ellicott. 

Coak J., cor. Michiirau and Green. 

COLE ADAM. BLACKSMITH. 
CLINTON. 

Corbit M., Perry. | 

Dempster R., Washington. 

JUSTIN A. A.. BLACKSMITING 
AND MACUINE WORK, NI- 
AGRA. BET. AMHERST AND 
HAMILTON. 

Kane P., State and Canal. 

Mills A., 20 and 22 Elm. 

Mooney J., East Seneca. 

Oliver H. E., cor. Eagle and Ni- 
agara. 

Stanton P., Washington, near Per- 
ry- 

Wibacker P., Washington. 

Blast Furnaces. 

Palmer (fe Wadsworth, cor. Hamil- 
ton and South. 

Warren & Thompson, on Buffalo 
Creek. 

Block &; Pump Maker. 
(See also Pump Makers.) 
Taff M., Ohio. 

Board of Trade. 
PARKER JASON. PRESIDENT 
OF BOARD OF TRADE, 5 
CENTRE. 
17 



Boardiug Houses- 

Boorman Mrs. M., cor. Elk and Illi- 
nois. 
Doyle Ed., Ohio. 

Erlbach Adam. rJGO Michigan ave. 
Galivah Mrs. J., 51 Ohio. 
Howe J. H., 27 Ohio. 
Jameson G. E., Ohio. 
Lappin R., 40 Ohio. 
Lonergan James, Ohio. 
McLeod G., 51 Ohio. 
Shannahan M. 21 Ohio. 
Stem H., 63 Exchange. 
I 

Boat Builders. 

Newton R., Green, 
j Pratt L. H., cor. Green and Michi- 
gan. 

I Boot House. 

Beck C. C, foot of Erie. 
iPye Thos., foot of Erie. 

Boiler Makers. 

Davenport & Nelson, La Couteaux. 

Riter P. H.. Indiana, 

RUGER J. S. ct Co.. BOILER MA- 
KERS, CHICAGO, NEAR 
OHIO. (See card p. 27S i 279.) 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS. JOHN 
D. SHEPARD. Age.nt STEEM 
BOILER MANUFACTURERS, 
OHIO. [See card opp. p. 256 ] 

Bolting Machine. 
Cogswell M. C, Terrace. 

Book Binders. 
Johnson J. M., 161 Main. 



258 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



EST^BXjISHIEID IZnT 1834. 

FoiiERCfAlTADV™ 



PRINT! 





R, WHEELER & CO., PROP'R, 

161 Main St., Commercial Advertiser Building 

■ » ■ » » 

PUBLISHERS OF THE 

Daily Gos22merc£aI AdTertiser^ 

Six Dollars per year, in advance. The oldest daily j^ajier in Western 
New York. 

SEMI-WEEKLY COMMERCIAL— Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Three dollars per year, pavaVjle in advance. 

PATRIOT AND J()URNAL— A weekly family and political paper, estab- 
lished in 182.J. One dollar per vear in advance. 

COMMERCIAL ADVERTLSER CITY DIRECTORY— Published annually. 
Price two dollars. 



In connection with the above we have a most complete 



PRTMT 



TABLIEEMEMT 



Where Work of every descri^ition is executed. 



Comnurcial, |lailroab anb C:jjromot]inc |!rinling 

In all its Styles and Varieties, Book, Pamphlet and Law Work, etc., etc. 



Stereotyping and Electrotyping. 

Books, Pamphlets, Blanks, Checks, Music, Bill Heads, Labels. Cuts, etc., 
Electrotyped and Stereotyped in the best manner. 



JlJi 



^rRh 



Q-p Q'P m CP 



di5. 



An extensive Bindery is attached to our Establishment, where 
Binding and Ruling of every description is executed. 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



259 



JOHN WALLS, 

PLAIN m m\M^m plastim! 

F.^iiL,Y STREET, BlFF.iljO. .V. 1'. 

Decorative Plastering executed in the highest order of the Art, and upon 
the most scientific principles. 



Mastic and Stucco Work for beautifying the exterior of Public or Private 
Buildings, done in he most durable manner 



Work done Everywhere in tlie United States and Caiiadas. 



VALENTINE YOUNG, 



Manufacturer of all kinds of 



No. 1*? Batavia Street. 

All Orders carefully put up and 
promptly executed. 



Leavitt J. S., 70 Lloyd. 

PENFIELD T. V. X., BOOK 
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK 
MANUFACTURER, 15 WEST 
SENECA. 

Schottin F., Baker's Block, Gensee. 

Booksellers and Stationers. I 

Baer Conrad. -110 Main. ' 

BUTLER THEODORE, PUB- 
LLSHER, BOOK SELLER AND! 
STATIONER, LAW, MEDICAL! 
AND MISCELLANEOUS 
BOOKS, CONSTANTLY ON 
HAND, BLANK BOOKS AND' 
STATIONARY OF ALLKINDS, 
159 ]\L\IN. ; 

Butler & Breed, 188 Main. 

Conry T. J., 17^ Seneca. 

Haefner T., 222 Elicott. 

llager Robert, 3G-ti Main. 

Lockwood, Young k Co., Main. 

Otts H. 11., 220 Main. 

Schmcidt Anthony, 411 Main. 

Samo II. W., 4;52'Main. 

TAYLOR MARTIN, PUBLISH- 
ER AND BOOK SELLER AND 



STATIONER, WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALER INSCHOOL 
& MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS 
STATIONERY, 299 MAIN.— 

(See card p. 284.) 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Albet John, 9 Commercial. 

Baier J., 145 Eagle. 

Beecherer F., Seneca. 

Beinbach J., Michigan. 

Bentz S., 105 Genesee. 

Bielmaier F.. Niagara. 

Boechat F., cor. Commercial and- 

Canal. 
[Bosch A., 49 Genesee. 
[Bramlieh Fred., 109 Genesee. 
Bullemer G. K., cor. Elk and Chica- 



Castello T. P., 112 Pearl. 

Chamot C. P., 217 Washington. 

Dennis Robert, 9(5 Seneca. 

Diegelmann L., Niagara. 

Diestel Arnest, Ohio. 

Eberhart B., cor. Ohio and Indiana.. 

Eckert Thos., 344 Michigan. 

Ege A., Ohio. 

Ernerhart B., Ohio, 

Greuer Herman, 110 Exchange. 

Green Wm., Chippawa. 

Gunold R., Ohio. 

Habele Fred., cor. North Division. 

Ilanning G., 20 South Division. 

Hellriegel Henry, 7 Commercial. 

Herrman Jacob, Junction of Erie A. 

Seneca. 
Hess Frank. 182 South Division. 
HIEHS GEO.. BOOT AND SHOE 

MAKER, 55 EXCHANGE. 



2(10 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




l! i i i &t 







BXJIF'IP^^I-.O, IsT. Y.: 



The undersigned, thankful for the many favors bestowed on him for 
the past twelve years, when proprietor of the United States Hotel, is 
happy to inform his numerous friends and the public generally that he 
has removed from the U. S. Hotel to his own house, newly erected and 
furnished by him expressly for a Hotel, known as Bonnfa''s Hotel, 
located corner AVashington and Carroll Streets, a few rods from the Post 
Office and Custom House, and convenient to all the R. 11. Depots, Banks 
and General Business, where he will at all times be pleased to sec his 
friends and former patrons, and hopes by attention to business as in years 
gone by, to merit a share of patronage from a generous public. 
Respectfully yours. 



See advertisement of J. S. Rugrer & Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



2t)l 



L. & L J. WHITE, 

.Vo. 32 Ohio Street, Co^. indifinn^ ZS(cff\itlo^ ^li^. W 

MANUFACTUIIEKS OF 

[UG[ TOOLS, ins, mm, suns. 




Joiners', Ship Builders' and CdOpcrs' Tools, Butchers' Knives o: Cleavers 
Superior 3Iachine Knives of all kinds made to order. 



Skates from 61.00 to §20.00. Send for Circulars. 



■SI 



H. THOMPSON, 

Manufacturer of 
Also, Dealer in 

Tallow, Palm Oil, Grease, 
SODA ASH, RQSiN, &c., 

Corner of IN-rry and Oliicago Streets, 

llilderbrand 11., cor. of East Swan 

and Main. 
Klin^rner (J. \V., Elk. 
Korn ('., 77 Genessee. 
Krauz John M., Canal. 
Lehman n N., 7 South Division. 
Lohouse F. W., 3 Arcade liuild- 

iny. 
Lux H., 215 Elicott. 
Manhard F., 190 Exchange. 
i^Iurphey James, 88 East Seneca. 
Xewuians C, 5 Water. 
O'Rork r., 25 Ohio. 
Perry J. B., 103 Elk. 
Phillips S., Niagara. 
Pierce J., 12 Court. 
Press J., 347 Seneca, 
llehorn M., East Seneca. 
Rehorn P., Exchange, 
llcining John.. Commercial, 
lleifler J. C, 80 East Eagle. 
Koss Geo. A., East Seneca. 



Both S., 103 Niagara. 

Schott Geo , 3 East Genessee. 

Shumager W., 7 Commercial. 

Sidney Luther, 105 East Seneca. 

Smith J. M., 5 Commercial. 

Sperri J., 575 Main. 

Stemnler D., cor. Clinton and Wat- 
son. 

Strotter H., 213 North Division. 

Volk John G., 90 Genessee. 

Wanamnager C, Niasrara. 

Warhurs F. W., 19 Eagle. 

Weber B., 1 Swan. 

Weber S., Seneca. 

Weber F., cor. Pearl and Terrace. 

Weick P., 130 East Seneca. 

Wei.se Adam, cor. Niagaraand Mary- 
land, 

Welker F , Niagra. 

William'- Wm., 55 Lloyd. 

Witzeg A., 188 Seneca. 

Zeeh J. J.. 2-19 Seneca. 

Boot and Shoe Dealara* 

Abbott M. I., 240 Main. 
IJoland Wm., 92 Main. 
Brown T., 43 Seneca. 
Huehl Lewis A., 370 .Main.| 
Clark D. S., 89 East Seneca. 
Dicbolt G.. Commercial. 
Draper ct Bathbun, 25!5 !Main. 
Ferkel .Martin, 394 xMain. 
Fields Thos. C, 190 .Main. 
FOBBUSII & BKOWN, WIIOLK- 
SALEBOOT& SHOE .MANl- 



ISiiicuit Machine, and other Machines, pageiii SfS &. 2^9. 



260 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



ij^^ Ji IE 



mn STiEET, iLUFFAL©, M. ¥, 



9 



Has been thoroughly repaired and is now in complete order, and the 
Proprietor pledges himself to maintain its popularity. 



L. L. HI 



See advertisement of J. S. Rwger & Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



263 



FACTUKERS, 91 MAIN. [See 
card p. 253.] 

Forsyih R., 51 Seneca. 

Fraser S., 3-lU Main. 

Hess Geo., 14 Main. 

Klu Fred. C, 22 Main. 

KRUGER BEX.I. C, BOOT AND 
SHOE MAKER, 341 EAST SEN- 
ECA. 

Lander J.. 15(j Main. 

LANNSPACH WM.. BOOT AND 
SHOE MAKER, COMMERCIAL 
BLOCK, OHIO. 

LIXNEMAN TOXI, MANU- 
FACTURER OF BOOTS AND 
SHOES, G WATER. (See card p. 
248.) 

McWillianis <k Sons 310 .Main. I 

Mabie M. T., 278 Main. 

.Mabie M. F.. 4lU .Main. I 

Moore.s & "White, 218 Main. j 

Neflf Simon, 88 Main. I 

Paiirc Timothy, 238 Main. 

Pettil, Sweet & Co., 16(J Main. 

Ramsdell & Co., 162 iMain. , 

Ramsdell C, 214 Main. ' 

Randall V., 78 Main. 

Sehadler Y., 175 Washington. 

Schmidt J. N., 25 Commercial. 

Schryver A. L., 304 Main. 

Taylor Wm. R., 23G Main. 

Wairner Christopher, 81 Main. 

WARHUS HENRY, MANUFAC-, 
TURER OF BOOTS k SHOES,' 
COR. OF MAIN AND EX- 
CHANGE. 

WEEBER SAMPSON, BOOT & 
SHOE MANUFACTURER, AL 
SO PARTICULAR ATTEN- 
TION PAID TO CUSTOM 
WORK, U EXCHANGE, MAN- 
SION HOUSE BLOCK. 

W^eiands Augustus, Main. 

I 
Brass and Bell Founders. 

Bencnsser c^ Hro., 15 Seneca. 

BROWN di McCUTCHEON, PRO- 
PRIETORS BUFF.\LO BRASS 
FOUNDRY, 3 ELK. [See card 
p. 2:tft.] 

DUDLEY JAS. G., DEALER IN, 
IN BELLS. SCALES, &c., 93: 
MAIN. [See card p. 309.] i 

Dudley J. D. «fe Co., cor. State and 
Fly. ' 

Biscuit .Macliine, and other 



GOOD A.. PROPRIETOR LA- 
FA YETE BRASS AND BELL 
FOUNDRY, 21 OHIO. (See card 
p. 255.) 

Brewers. 
Borns P., Gene.xsee. 
llieuiens W., 118 Batavia. 
Jennings E., 181 Ninth. 
Jost J., Batavia. 

Schen J., cor. Genessee and Spring. 
Schlisher John, Clinton. 
Weber J., 5tJ7 ^hiin. 
Ziegele Albert, 587 Main. 

Brittania Ware. 

LAUDENBACHER FREDERICK, 
MANUFACTURER OF BRIT- 
TANIA WARE, COR. PEARL 
AND SENECA. (See card p. 
300.) 

Broom and Brush Makers. 

CHRIPLER GEORGE, BROOM «!c 
BRUSH MANIFACTURER, 3G 
GREENE. [See card p. 315.] 

Kiser Fred. 

YOUN(t valentine. MANU- 
FACTURER OF BRUSHES, 177 
BATAVIA. [See card p. 250.] 

Butchers. 

Albergcr Job, cor. Franklin and 
Terrace. 

Baker Geo. W., 196 East Seneca. 

Barker D. B., Elk Market House. 

Barnes J. L., 197 Seneca. 

Barnes John L., 19 Main. 

Barnes J. ct Son, 3 East Seneca. 

Behringer Peter, 14 Niaaara. 

Behringer P., 115 Batavia. 

Bennett J. P., Elk Market House. 

Braky Peter, cor. Hickory and Clin- 
ton. 

BULLEMORETHOMAS.BUTCH- 
ERANU (iENEKAL DEALER 
IN SALT AND SMOKED 
MEATS AND TALLOW, 326 
MAIN. 

Buregard Thos., cor. Tupper and 
Deleware. 

Butler John. Elk .Market. 

Campbell T. F., Seneca. 

.llacliines, pages !2?S & 2^9. 



264 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



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Cor. Niagara, Pearl and Eagle Sts., Kremlin Hall Building, 

BUFFA.LO, ISr. Y., 






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All Kinds of Plumbers' and Gas-Fitters' Materials, at 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 



All Work and Materials Warranted. 

See advertiseniczit of J. S. Ruger &. Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTOUY. 265 

Clinck C, Elk Market. Rosenthall A., 26 Commercial. 

Connolly Edward, Elk Market | llus.sell Auguste, 84 I?afavia. 

Hoii?e. tSthaefor V., cor. (loodcll and Maidc 

CORPS C, ELTCOTT ST. MAR-iSchiuidt Joseph, Clinton. 

KET HOUSE, 181 EIJCOTT. Seckler Anton, cor. (jenesec and 
Dadd J. *k Co., Klk Market. j Elm. 

Deis , Elk Street Market Hou.se. I Shaver M., cor. William and Ilick- 

Dickman G. C, Elk Street ]Marketl ory. 

House. ; Smith John S., lUG Ea.-^t Scno^. 

Dolet E., Elk Street Market House. |Sohm &, Ruhraan, cor. Cumniercial 
Ewe.s William, Ohio. and Water. 

Farthing, J. J., 201 Main. | Spencer C, Elk Street Market. 

Feasel Charles, cor. Genesee and Squibb G., Elk Street Market. 

Spron. jStinson E., Elk Street Market. 

Fischer H., Genesee. iTurnerG., Elk Street Market House. 

Furthing G., Elk Street Market. jA'ine George, Elk Street Market 
Gallagher John, Elk Street Market House. 

Hou.se. I Vine G., Niagara. 

Girable l*aul, 164 Batavia. Walter John, Elk Street Market 

Goring G. J., Elk Street Market* House. 

House. Walter F., 408 East Seneca. 

Goshee Lewis, Elk Street Market Woodcock William, Elk Street. 

House. j 

Hannaman H., 399 Seneca. I Buyer and Seller. 

Hasselback Anton, 138 North I)i- gi^ipj^Qj,. JOHN, BUYS AND 



SELLS ANYTHING AND EV- 
ERYTHING, FOR CASH ON- 
LY, 107 MAIN. 



vi.sion. 
HKITZEL H., MEAT MARKET, 

335 SENECA. 
Heitzel 0., 287 Genesee. 
HOFFER FREDERICK, MEAT: ^ ^ . ^ .. 

MARKET 274 MAIN I Cabinet Makers and Furniture 

Kelly J., jr'.,"Elk Street Market! Dealers. 

House. 'Bell R. ^V., 101 Washington. 

KIAM G., MEAT MARKET, 135| Bensiler II., 154 Batavia. 

GENESEE. ■ Bartz V., cor. Cherry and Michigan. 

Kirk T. & Co., Elk Street iMarket (rRANACHER L., FURNITURE, 

House. I CHAIR, GLASS FRAMES, &C., 

Klas J. & v.. Elk Street Market 137 GENESEE. [See card 313.] 

House. Hersee Harry. 241 Main. 

Kleim P. J., 61 Exchange. Hersee and timermuft, 307 and 309 

Klotz F., cor. Niagara and Hamilton. Main. 

Lang F., 97 Gene.see. Homer L., cor. Virginia and Niag- 

McPhorson J., Elk Street Market ara. 

House. JKrieger 31., 218 Genesee. 

Maisl Jacob, Clinton. iLindike C, Micliigan. 

Miller C, cor. Franklin and Tupper. Mesner Peter, 7S Genesee. 
Miller John, Palmer. Me-ners Peter, 243 Main. 

Nauland Frederick, East Seneca. 'Phillips Peter, 90 Clinton. 
Norman & Rogers, Scott. | RAEKER AU( i USTUS, CABI NET 

O'Brien J., Elk Street Market! MAKER. BATAVIA, BET.OAK 

House. AND ELM, [Sec card, p. 248.] 

Pickard Frank, jr., & Co., Elk Street Rau John, 112 William. 

Market House. iRolf Augustus, 112 Batavia. 

Roberts T., Elk Street Market. Shatz William. 390 East Seneca. 

Biscuit Matliine, and other Macliiiies, pages 2TS & 279. 



266 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




Corner Wa^liiiigton and Perry Sts., Btsift'alo, N. Y. 

SOI.E MAXKIFACTURERS OF 

A. J. ALIEN' S PATENT STEA M GAUGE, 

This Gauge has been got up with a special view to use on Locomotive En- 
gines, and IS free from all objections arising from those now in use, all its 
parts being constructed and held firmly in place, so that the hand is not 
affected by any jar or shaking motion from the Engine, and unlike most 
other Gauges, is free from India Kubber or Steel, that is brought in contact 
with water or steam, (which is a great annoyance aud soon fails,) rendering 
the Gauge useless until repaired, at considerable trouble and expense, and 
then is no better than at first. These Gauges are all tlioroughly constructed, 
and guarded in all their parts against wear, and must of necessity be verj' 
durable if properly used. 

These Gauge; have been in use a considerable length of time on Locomo- 
tives and Stationary Engines, and prove to be all that we claim them. 

C JMU T I O JV! 

All parties will be particular to notice that this Gauge is not E. G. Allen's 
of Boston, but is A. J. Allen's of Buff'alo, N. Y. 

All Gauges manufactured by this Company will be marked on the dial 
"Buffalo Steam Gauge Co., Buffalo. N. Y., A. J. Allen's Patent." All others 
are not genuine. Any parties wishing a Test Gauge and Force Pump for 
adjusting Gauges, can be supplied at short notice. 

SCALK OF PRICES. 

- $30 00. 
25 00, Iron Case, - - $22 00. 

- 20 00, Iron Case, - - - 16 00. 
15 00, Iron Case, - - 12 00. 



8, in Brass Case, 
7, in Brass Case, 
6, in Brass Case, 
5, in Brass Case. 



3DII?.EaTI03SrS. 



A Sip.ion is indispensible in all case.", and no Gauge should be put up without the 
Siphon being attached thereto. On Locomotive Engines the Gauge should never be 
attached to the "Cab," but to a stand fastened to the boiler. The pipe leading from 
the Gauge, on Steamboats and Stationery Boilers, should incline to the boiler, so that 
the water may run back into the boiler when the steam is down, and thus prevent the 
water from freezing in the pipe. Care should be used in putting up the Gauge, that the 
case be not sprung outof shape, thereby deranging the working parts. Address orders to 

TH^^ri! RYi-rsup't;"*' BUFFALO STEAM GAUUE CO., Buffalo. N. Y. 

See advertisement of J. S. Rugger & Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



207 



Stout Wm., 3 Quay. 
Sturn GeiTach, 132 Genesee. 
Tiiuiit & Bristol, 233 Main. 
Whites Isaac, 2U3 Main. 

Cabinet Hardware. 
Utley II., 3S Pearl. 

Camp Chest Maker. 
Parr George, cor. Court Sc Hospital. 

Card Maker. 
Bailey George, 9 and 10 Water. 

Car Wheel Works. 
Scoville J. vt N. C, Exchange. 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Morgan Aiuos, 96 South Division. 
Parsons S. V., Indiana. 
Waterman D. W., Terrace. 
Wilber. L. D.. Elm. 
Zitlles F., 333 Washington. 

Carpet Weavers. 

Apel L., Michigan. 
Matheas C. G., 222 Genesee. 
Xitzschke Henry, 142 Elm. 

Carriage and Wagon Manufac- 
turers. 

Chamberlain & Co., cor Niagara and 
Mohawk. 

Ford R.. cor. Eagle and Michigan. 

FRENCH & COLLEY, WASH- 
INGTON, NEAR SWAN. 

Goodwin 1>. C, 188 East Eagle. 

Harvey ct Wallace, near the Courter 

LANDsilFT WILLIAM, WAG- 
ON & CARRIAGE CUTTEK 
AND SLEKJH MANUFACTU- 
RER, 136 BATAVIA. 

LANG ABRAHAM, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF CARRIAGKS, 
WAGONS, PLOWS, &c., COR. 
PERRY AND CHICAGO. [See 
card }). 2r)4.] 

Mills A. & Son, 20 and 22 Elm. 

Rieman A: Selbert, 79 Elm. 

Warren II. H. 67 and 69 Ellicott. 

Williams k Son, 499 Main. 



Carriage Hardware and Trim- 
mings. 
Taylor D., 2 East Swan. 

Chair Makers. 

(See also Cabinet .Makers.) 

Messner P., 185 Ellicott. 
Sikes S. D., Clinton. 

Cheese Dealer. 
(See also Grocers.) 
Bogardus Samuel, 24 Main. 

China, Glass and Queensware. 
Homer & Co., 175 ^lain. 
Newman Geo., E., 344 Main. 

Churn Dealer. 
McAllister E., 7 East Seneca. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

ADAMS JAMES ct Co., MANU- 
FACTURERS AND DEALERS 
IN TOBACCO, SNUFF AND 
CIGARS, 207 WASHINGTON. 
[See card p. 280.] 

Deihl Henry, 322 Main. 

Dreher C. G., Sycamore. 

l^berhard M., cor. Canal and Com- 
mercial. 

Freiert C. F. W., 95 E. Seneca. 

Gayer F. C. W., 342 Main. 

Haehn Otto, 40 East Seneca. 

Hayen J. F., 5 Terrace. 

xMcAVOY WM. II., MANUFAC- 
TURER AND DHALER IN 
CIGARS,COURT HOUSEBL'K. 
(See card p. 257.) 

New Geo., 148 Batavia. 

Pfening F., 61 Genesee. 

Riehl F., William. 

Scheidt Laurance, 224 Genesee. 

Schuifner Ernest, 360^ .Main. 

SIIOOP GEORiJE. DEALER IN 
DO.MESTIC AND LMPORTED 
SKrARS, SNUFF AND TOBAC- 
CO. CHEWING k SMOKING 
TOBACCO.WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL, 325 MAIN. 

Small D. I)., 4(» East Seneca. 

Stephens Oscar, 191 Main. 



Biscuit ]>Iacbine, and oilier I>lacliiucs, paf?cs 2T8 & 279. 



268 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



. B. FORBUS 




FijyKirsiOfMiJimASi 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Having had a long practical experience in conducting cases through all 
the departments of the Patent Otfice, and an intimate and practical connec- 
tion with mechanical science, Mr. F. is prepared to attend to all the requi- 



sites for obtaining 



PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS. 



Driiwliig'§ and Specifieatkns 

Prepared with accuracy and in a manner to protect the invention for which 

a Patent is sought. 



Proceedings for Reissues and Extensions conducted with care, and in a 
manner to secure to the inventor all he is entitled to. 



C0IVSXJ1L.TATI01VS. 



Previous to applying for a Patent inventors had better consult with an at- 
torney skilled in the business as to the novelty and utility of their inventions 
and the best mode of securing the same. Such consultations are free of 
charge. 



IN ADDITION TO THE SERVICES OP 



COSVIPETE 



Residing at Washington, with whom F. is associated, he will visit the Patent 
Office FOUR TIMES PER YEAR, and as much oftener as the interests of 
his clients may require, and thus combine the double advantage of 

PERSONAL ATTENBAN€E 

At the Patent Office, with personal consultations with inventors. The ad- 
vantages of this arrangement are very great. 

N. B.— SEND FOR MY CIRCULAR ON PATENT LAWS. 
See advertisement of J. S. Ruger & Co.'s Craclier and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



269 



TUPPER JOHN, WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALER TN LEAF 
TOBACCO AND CIOARS HIO, 
W A SIIIN( i TON, A R C A D E 
BUILDING. (See card p. 3i:5.) 

Walker Samuel N., 1- East Seneca. 

Clothing aud Gent's rurnishing 
Goods. 

Alexander I., 138 Main. 

ALT.MAN(fe Co., MANUFACTUR- 
ERS c^- DEALERS IN READY- 
MADE CLOTHING, 40 PEARL. 
[See card p. 286.] 

BerfTUian S. & Co., 198 Main. 

Berkman F., 3(jG 3Iain. 

Beiinaird M., 116 Main. 

Burirliardts F. A., 82 Main. 

Black & Co., 160 Main. 

Bogert k Duolittje, 164 Main. 

Clark ct Storms, 308 Main. 

Cochrane T., 107 Main. 

Fredenberg Julius, 9 and 124 INIain. 

Greenf^hield A: Laux, Commercial. 

Hart Henry. 171 Main 

Hettricbs Peter, 108 Exclian<j:e. 

Hotelier & Bro.s., 140 Main. ' 

Ilorwitz T., 99 Main. 

Hayman B & Son. 120 Main. 

Hynian B. & Son, 154 Main. 

Hyman J., 122 Main. 

Jacob B.. 98 .ALiin. 

Kieser L.. 41 Main. 

Lazarus Joseph, 38 Main. 

Levi Emanuel. ir)3 and 184 Main. 

Licbtenstcin E., 13 Main. 

Nicklis William, 27 Main. 

O'^Iarra P., Commercial. 

Petscb C. F., 46 Genesee, 

Phillip S. & Co., 192 Main. 

Scbulze J. P., 18 Main. 

Silber-er S., 152 Mair.. 

Sippei C. 398 .Main. 

Strass J. E. Commercial. 

Tbeobold tt Kru[)p. 352 Main. 

WARN K U & 15 K OT H ERS, R E A D Y 
:\IA1)H: (^LOTHlN(i, 43 AND 
45 MAIN. 

Werle A., Commercial. 

Clothing, Second hand. 
Aarons A.. 25 Isx'banire. 
BOASBERG NATHAN, SECOND 
HAND CLOTHING STOKE, 



CORNER COMMERCIAL AND 

TERRACE. 
Rbinebard I)., 29 Exchange. 
Smit M. J., 2 Commercial. 

Coal Dealers. 

Bull C., cor. Ohio and Chenango. 
Parker & Co., Makron. 
Farnhain & Hodges, Erie. 

Coffee, Teas and Spices. 

Benson & Co., 313 iMaiu. 

Chase James H., 271 Main. 

FERRIS, P, J., MANUFACTUR- 
ER AND DEALER IN ROAST- 
ED AND GROUND COFFEE 
AND SPICES, 6 HANOVER. 
[See card, p. 305.] 

Holmes E. D., 145 Main. 

Rohebrenner J., cor. Goodell and 
Maple. 

I Comb Factory- 

j Graff F. Cherry. 

Commercial College- 
Bryant, Stratton & Co 's Mercantile 

Collesre, cor. Main and Seneca. 
Hicks C. D. & Co., 194 Main. 

Commission Merchants. 

Annin J. V. W., 9 Central Wharf. 

Arnett. H. M. 7 Central Wharf. 

Bentley J. R. & Co., 17 Central 
Wharf. 

Blackmar & Gilbert, 13 Central 
Wharf. 

Bigelow W. II., 15 Central Wharf. 

Billings & Dickinson, cor. Central 
Wharf and Canal Slip. 

Bissell. Sheldon & Co., 7 Central 
Wharf. 

Boyd R. D., 10 Central Wharf. 

Boynton T. C. & Co., 8 Central 
Wharf 

BREMERS., COMMISSION 31ER- 
CHANT. 3 PRIME AND 94 
SENECA. [See Card, p. 31 7.] 

Brownell Lsiac W., 10 Central ^\ hf. 

Currier Joseph, 163 Main. 

Cutter & Ninis, 6 Con'ral Wh.irf 

DAW HENRY & SON, COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANTS AND 



Biscuit Machine, and other Itlachine»(, pages 27$ & 379. 



270 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



w 




Cor. of Pearl Street and Terrace, 



o ^ » 



FARE, ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. 



This Hotel is one of the largest in the city, located on the Terrace, 
about midway between the Central and Niagara Falls Depots. We 
design to make it one of the best stopping places in the city. 

S@^ Trusty Porters always ready. 



$ee advertisement of J. S. Rugrer & Co.'« Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



271 



DEALERS IN FLOUR, GRAIN, 
CLOVER SEED, &C., L^G CEN- 
TRAL WHARF, [tee Card, p. 

288.] 
Deshlor J. G., 14 Central Wharf. 
Earaes M. R., 20 Central Wharf. 
Fish & Avery, 18 Central Wharf. 
Fish S. H. & Co., 19 Central Wharf. 
Fleeharty J. & Co., 27 Central Whf. 



STEAMBOAT AGENTS, FOOT 
OF WASHINGTON. 

Ketchum & Voter, 48 Main. 

Little and Arnold, foot of Commer- 
cial. 

Lockwood & Kinne, 11 Central 
Wharf. 

Maharz John William, 08 Main and 
10 Hanover. 



Foster W. C. & Co., 20 Central Whf. Mann Cliarle.s J., 15 Central. 



GALLOWAR G. R., COMMIS- 
SION MERCHANT, WILL AT- 
TEND TO THE PURCHASE 
AND SxVLE OF WHEAT,CORN, 
OATS AND BARLEY, PRO- 



MATHEWS & TALMAN, COM- 
MISSION AND GROCERY 
MERCHANTS, WINES LI- 
QUORS, &C., 334 MAIN. 
Moore J. H., Central Wharf. 
DUCE AND PROVISIONS Morse & Nelson, 28 Central Wharf. 
GENERALLY, 40 MAIN. Morton J. F., 7 Central Wharf. 

Gibson Bros., 28 Central Wharf. 3Iorton, Foote, Sc Co., 32 Lloyd. 
Grecnvault & Co., 73 Main. Niles H. & Co., foot of Washin<rton. 

Griffin A. L. & Co., 23 Central Orr A. B., Clinton Mills Depot, 58 

Wharf. I Main. 

GrifiBn & McDonald, 13 Central , Palmer, Monteith & Co., 21 Central 

Wharf. ! Wharf. 

Guthrie S. S , 11 Central Wharf. I Parker Jason, 23 Central W^iarf. 
Harvey and Allen, 23 Central Parsons S.. 17 Central Wharf 



Wharf. 
Hawley M. S. & Co., 18 and 19 Cen 

tral Wharf. 
Hayward & Selmser, IG 

Wharf. 



Peterson F. W. 13 Central Wharf. 
Pease & Trowbridge Lloyd. 
jPetrie Wm. & Co., 13 Central Wh"f. 
Central Philpot W. S., 2G Central Wharf. 

I POTTER A. K., COMMISSION 



Hazard G. S. & Co., 25 Central! 

Wharf I 

HEAD JOSEPH A , GO Main and! 

21 Hanover. I 

HOLLISTER JAMES, PRODUCE 

AND C M M I S S 1 N MER- ' 



MERCHANT, WILL ATTEND 
TO THE PURCHASE AND 
SALE OF WHEAT. CORN. 
OATS, FLOUR. PRODUCE 
AND PROVISIONS GENER- 
ALLY, 24 MAIN. 



CHANT, IG CENTRAL WH'F. Pratt Anson, 17 Central Wharf. 
[See Card. p. 312.] JPRATT & CO., COMMISSION 



Holt A. J., 14 and 15 Central Wh'f. 
Hopkins & Co., 8 Central Wharf. 
Horton A. W., 10 Central AVharf. 
Howard ct Ellis 8 Central Wharf. 
Howcntt John, foot of Washington. 
HUNTER GEORGE, PRODUCE, 



MERCHANTS FOR THE SALE 
OF PAILS, TUBS, SAFES, 
WATER LIME, I'LATFORM 
SCALES, LEATHER BELTlNtJ, 
&c., 28, 30 AND 32 Terrace. 
[See cards pp. 250 and 251.] 



COMMISSION MERCHANT Rainev & Wheeler, 22 Central Wh'f. 
AND SHIPPING AGENT, 42 Richniond. J. M., foot of Michiuan. 



MAIN. 

JOHNSON WxVLLACE, PRO- 
DUCE AND CONMISSION 
MERCHANT, 89 MAIN. 

Judson & Avery, 24 Central Wiiarf. 

KEAYS W. J. <fe Co., COMMIS- 
SION AND PRODUCE MER- 
CHANTS AND GENERAL 



Ritchie H. B., 8 Ohio. 
Sandrock (Jeortre. 23 Central Wh'f. 
Sawyer James I)., 11 Central Wh'f. 
Schoellpopf, 10 Central Wh'f. 
Seymour & Wells, foot of Illinois. 
Sherwood A. & Co., 9 Central Wh'f. 
Silliman Matthews <fe Co., G Central 
AVharf. 



Biscuit Machine, and other Macliines, pages 27$ & 279. 



272 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




SENECA & MICHIGAN STREETS. 
BUFFALO, ISr. Y. 



The Proprietor has during the last season rebuilt and refur- 
nished his Hotel, and is prepjired to accommodate his customers 
in a more comfortable manner than heretofore, and is also pre- 
pared to offer superior accommodations to persons taking horses 
and sheep East and West, having 



IS, 



That will accommodate One Hundred Horses. Also, 

Planked Yards and Sheds, provided with an 

abundance of Pure Water. 



For the accommodation of those bringing Horses to sell in this 

Market 

Careful and trusty Ilostliers always on hand to assist in taking 
Stock and Luggage from and to the Cars and Bjats. 
Charges moderate and satisfactory. 

CHARLES BROWN, Proprietor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. D. WIGHTMAN, 

MGRAVM AID PIIOTOGRAPIR 

o isr ^w" o o D. 

mi€E'S PlTllT raD€ESS 

Has produced a great revolution in the art of Wood Engraving — a few 
seconds only being required to represent any object upon the block. The 
tedious and inacurate method of Hand Drawing becomes unnecessary. This 
process takes pictin-es for any description of Wood Cut Illustrations, 



READY TO BE ENGRAVED, 

Performing with perfect accuracy, in a few seconds, that which' has here- 
tofore without the aid of this invention, required days to accomplish, and 
even then in a very imperfect manner. I have succeeded in purchasing the 
right to use this process of 

Photographing' on Wood, 

For engraving, in Erie County, in the State of New York, I would invite all 
those who wish work done, to 

CALL AT MY OFFICE AND SEE SPECIMENS. 



AMBROTTFES OR FH0T06RAFHS, 

On Paper, Can toe Copied on the Wood, 

So that parties at a distance have only to forward a picture of the object to 
be engraved, by Express. Both work and prices warranted to give satisfac- 
tion. Illustrative Cuts of all kinds of manufactured articles, 

Portraits, Machinery, Buildings, Models, Facsimiles, 
STOVES, MEDALS, LANDSCAPES, ANIMALS, &c., &c., 

Photographed directly on the block, and engraved from the photograph. 
Pictures Enlarged or Reduced. Perfect accuracy guarantied. 

GEO, n. JVIGUTJfi^iiJV^ 

Engraver on Wood, 
166 Main Street, Express Buildings, Bufl'alo N. Y. 

Original Designs furnished if required. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. & J. KEOGH, 




PIMO FORTE MMiACIBRERS 

Nos. 257, 259 and 261 Washington Street, 

BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH DIVISION STREETS. 



The subscribers keep constantly on hand an extensive and choice assort- 
ment of Piano Fortes, in elegant Rosewood Cases, which we warrant to be 
equal in tone, touch and finish, to any manufactured in this country. As a 
proof of the superiority of our instruments, the subscribers would respectfully 
call the attention of the public to the subjoined testimonial from Professor 
Gottschalk, (one of the most distinguished pianists in this country,) being 
one of the many they are daily receiving from professors and others, assuring 
them of the merits of their Pianos. Persons desirous of obtaining a superior 
instrument are earnestly invited to give us a call. Dealers supplied on 
liberal terms. 

•^. 4* «J. KEOGH. 



Saratoga, 27th July, 185G. 

I was excessively satisfied with the piano which Mr. Richard OvvenTof 
Quebec, was kind enough to lend me for my concert here. 

That instrument, of the manufacture of Messrs. A & .J. Keogh, of Buffalo, 
was one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful, two stringed square 
Pianos I had ever met with. The tone was full and round, without harsh- 
ness, and of a remarkable evenness in all its registers. As to its strength, I 
will merely state the fact that it stood at my concert during two hours, with- 
out intermission, under five or six heavy fantasias, and as many small pieces, 
in a moist and hot atmosphei-e, without one single string breaking, or the 
instrument getting out of tune; which is more than I could say of many 
grand Pianos, even of the most eminent makers. 

The Messrs. Keogh are personally unknown to me, and this was the first 
instrument of theirs I had ever performed on ; my opinion, therefore, cannot 
be influenced by partiality. In recommending it, I simply respond to an ar- 
tistic feeling, and a desire to do justice to manufacturers whose popularity 
is so well deserved. 

(Signed:) JL. CJOTTSCIIAI.K. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



273 



Stambach W. P. & P. C, 3 Main. 

STELLWAGEN J. & KKAET- 
ZEll, DOMESTIC AND FOR- 
EIGN COMMISSION, FOR- 
WARDING. EXCHANGE AND 
PASSENGER BUSINESS, 369 
MAIN. 

Slernberg P. L. & Co., 4 Central 
Wharf. 

Stevens James G., 12 Central Wh'f. 

Stimpson William, G Central Wharf. 

Swan & Thayer, 25 Central Wharf. 

Van Buren & Noble, 21 Central 
Wharf. 

Wand & Abell, 24 Central Wharf. 

Whiting & Parsons, 17 Central 
Wharf. 

Wilkie M., Merchants Exchange. 

Wilkins R. P., 13 Central Wharf. 

Willard <fe Curtis, corner Lloyd and 
Prime. 

Worthington, S. K., 16 Central 
Wharf. 

Confectioners. 

Benson John, 131 Main. 

Bierna Henry, 350 Main. 

Bouyon Paul, 298 Main. 

Brooks G., 23 Seneca. 

Christoph E., Main. 

Crelasque D., 99 Batavia. 

Everstine George, 258 Genesee. 

McArthur J. J., 297 Main. 

McCorabs Mrs. E., 410 Main. 

xMACKWIRTH EDWARD, MAN- 
UFACTURER OF ORNA- 
MENTAL AND FANCY CON- 
FECTIONERY, 409 MAIN. 

Mesnare J., Genesee. 

Newton Robert, 12 Niagara. 

Vanslyck G. A., 39 Seneca. 

WUEST JOHN, WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF CONFEC- 
TIONERY, 282 MAIN. 

Cooper. 
Zommer Jacob, Amherst. 

Cordial Manufacturers- 
Turner & Brothers, Niagara. 

Cracker, Bread and Biscuit Ma- 
chine. 
RUGER J. S. & CO., MANUFAC- 

18 



TURERS OF RUGER'S PRE- 
MIUM CRACKER, BREAD 
AND BISCUIT MACHINES 
AND BA.KERS' TOOLS. CHI- 
CAGO. [See card, pp. 27S and 
279.] 

Dentists. 
Lewis J., 278 Main. 
Oliver W. G., 11 Niagara. 
Reynolds D., 4 West Swan. 
Straight E., 280 Main. 
Whitcomb N. 240 Main. 
Whitney Dr., cor. Washington and 
South Division. 

Distillers. 

Ayers Wm. B., 6 and 8 Hanover. 
Becker H., cor. Center and Elm. 
Clark Thomas, cor. Washington and 

Perry. 
Gillet H. F., 18 and 20 Lloyd. 
Shoemaker, Stewart & Co., 4 Central 

Wharf. 
Trusket George, William. 

Dress Makers. 

Bliss E. L., 293 Main. 

Daily Mrs. E. II., 233 Seneca. 

Fenchter Mrs., 389 Main. 

HA.AIMOND MISS JANE, FASH- 
IONABLE DRESS MAKER, 346 
MAIN. 

Lewis Mrs. C, 431 Michigan. 

Packwood Mrs., 98 Eagle. 

Drugs and Medicines. 

BECKER PHILIP & CO., WHOLE- 
SALE DRUGGISTS, 384 MAI >. 

Chapman 0. II. P., 319 Main. 

Davis E. H., cor. Terrace and Pearl. 

Diehls John P., 402 Main. 

Francis J. E., 268 Main. 

Jenner R., 300 Main. 

King Wm., Jr., 249 ^lain, corner of 
South Division. 

Liebetrut Julius, 364 Main. 

McCRAY G. W., M. D., DEALER 
IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 
COR. COMMERCIAL \ND WA- 
TER. [Sec card, p. 253.] 

Peabody, W. H., 25! Main. 

Reynolds A. & Co., 155 and 157 
Main. 



274 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



A. M. CLAPP & CO 




Publishers and Proprietors of the following leading Newspapers 
in Western New York. 



BTJF'in^I.O 





Daily, delivered in City $6.50, by Mail $6.00 per annum. 

Having the largest circulation of any Daily, west of New 
York, offers the best medium for advertising of any paper in 
this city. 

BUFFALO TRI-WEEKLY EXPRESS. 

$3 OO PER A^]\IjM. 

Gives all the reading matter of the Daily, and has a large 
country circulation. All new advertisements published in the 
Daily are inserted in the Tri-Weekly without extra charge. 

BUFFALO WEEKLY EXPRESS, 

$1 OO PER Ai«:^lJM. 

This Paper has a very large and increasing circulation in this 
and adjoining counties, and in the Western States- 



CLAPP, MATTHEWS & CO.'S 

STMM PE!NTl]f& HQUS£ 

Office of the Morning' Express, 

BIIFFJIIjO, J\\ I'. 

See advertisement of J. S. Ru^er &. Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



275 



Reynolds A. & Co., cor. Washing- 
ton and Seneca. 

lliefFenstahl lirothers, 39G Main. 

Sage (k Tucker. 232 Main. 

Volker William, 240 (Jcnesee. 

Wiggins 1). B., 107 Franklin. 

Williams Wni. J., cor. Main and 
Seneca. 

Dry Dock. 

Jones & Hardison, near Boom Der- 
rick. 

xMASON & BIDWELL, TWO DRY 
DOCKS FOR REPAIRS, BUF- 
FALO CREEK, OPP. FOOT OF 
CHICAGO. [See card, p. 30G.] 

Dry Goods- 

HETTINGER S. & CO., MANU- 
FACTURERS, IMPORTERS 
AND JOBBERS OF FOREIGN 
AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 
399 MAIN. [See card, p. 291.] 

Boyer J., 113 Genesee. 

Dahlman L. k Co., 27G Main. 

Geiershofer & Loesdi, 306 Main. 

Gerhardt J. P., cor. Elk and Alaba- 
ma.. 

Greenburg H., -100 East Seneca. 

Ilaberstre Joseph, 401 Main. 

Hamlin & Mendscn, 208 Main. 

Hausle M. k Son, 14G and 148 Gen- 
esee. 

Ilolbrook, Dee & Co., 220 Main. 

HOWARD AVHITCOMB & CO., 
MAN UFACTURERS' AGENTS 
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS 
IN DRY GOODS, 207 MAIN. 
[See card, p. 294.] 

MURRAY, GUMMING & GRANT, 
DRY GOODS, 316 MAIN. 

iMurray & Grant, 288 Main. 

Pardridge C. W. tt E , 318 Main. 

Persch ilenry C, cor Church and 
Terrace. 

Rosenau S. & Co., 380 Main. 

Sherman &, Barnes, 205 Main. 

Titus French & Co., 283 and 285 
Main. 

Weil M., 138 East Seneca. 

Dyers and Scourers- 
Chester L., 18 Batavia. 
Claude L., 30G Michigan. 



Perry James, 412 Main. 
Strele J., 142 Batavia. 
Streele J., Niagara. 

Edge Tool Manufacturers. 

WHITE L. & J. J., MANUFAC- 
TURERS OF EDGE TOOLS, 32 
OHIO, COR. INDIANA. [See 
card, p. 201.] 

Elevators. 

Cutter & Austin, Morton. 

Evans Chas. W., Erie and Canal. 

Hatch and Richmond, West Side of 
Buffalo Creek. 

Howell S. W., cor. Ohio and Indi- 
ana. 

RICHMOND DEAN, BUFFALO 
CITY ELEVATORS, WEST 
SIDE OF BUFFALO CREEK. 

Storraburg B. L., corner Ohio street 
and the Canal. 

Ward & Abel, West Side Buffalo 
Creek, foot of Mississippi. 

Wells C. J., cor. Ohio and Indiana.. 

Williams A. G., 22 Central Wharf. 



Engravers and Lithographers 

Drew E. 138 Main. 

MOONEY L., ENGRAVER AND' 
LITHOGRAPHER OF WED- 
DING AND VISITIN(r CARDS,. 
SEALS, &C., 200 MAIN, UP 
STAIRS. [See card, p. 2r)G.] 

Sage J. <fe Son, Arcade Buildings, 
Main. 

SMITH & BOWEN, PHOTO- 
GRAPHERS & ENGRAVERS 
ON WOOD, 190.V MAIN. (See 
card p. 298.) 

WIGHTMAN GEO. D., ENGRA- 
VER AND PHOTOGRAPHER 
ON WOOD, 15G MAIN. (See 
card opp. p. 272.) 

Exchange Dealers. 

Church A., cor. Exchange &. Wash- 
ington. 

Graham J., Wadsworth House. 

Shuttleworth t^t Co., cor. Main and. 
Seneca. 



Biscuit Macliine, and otber Macliines, pag^es 278 &, 379. 




276 LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 

Illy 

^ctua f u,5^uvawce ffiomininvt, ^lavtfovd, tfontt, 

INCORPORATED 1819.— CHARTER I'ERl'ETUAL. 

Capital, Paid up in Casli, $1,500,000 OO. Casb Surplu!<i, 
$694,100 02. Assets, $2,194,100 02. 

E. G. RIPLEY, Prest. T. A. ALEXANDER, Vice Prest. 
T. K. BRUCE, Jr., Secretary. 



ASSETS, a-.A.3Sr"U".A.I?,ir 1, I860. 

Tar A'alue. Market Value. 

Cash on hand, in bank, and in agents' hands $3'J4,746 26 

United States Traeasury Notes, with accurate interest 87ri,00O 00 75,900 00 

United States Stock, semi-annual interest 150,000 00 156,750 00 

State Stocks, New York, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Blichigan 

and Indiana 244,810 00 224,882 20 

City Stocks, Hartford, Rochester, Brooklyn, Jersey City and Milwaukee.. 115,000 00 116,000 00 

Bank Stocks, New York, Hartford, Boston, St. Louis, Ac 839,400 00 937,982 00 

Kailroad Stocks, Hartford and New Haven, Boston, Worcester, Conn. 

River 90.700 00 93,414 00 

Mortgage Bonds 93,323 35 93,544 35 

Real Estate, unincumbered 75,920 00 

MisceiUaneous Items 24,885 21 



Total 82,194,100 02 



e:. I*. i>oi^JR, 



Agent for the above well known Company, would respectfully ask from his patrons and the public 
generally, their attention to the above statement of its finances and prosperity, showing, as it does, 
the best guarantee of indemnity in case ot loss of any Fire Insurance Company in the world, and 
from its prompt, liberal settlement and payment on losses upon equitable principles, deserving of 
special preference. 

I would solicit from the citizens of Buffalo, and of the Lakes, a continuance of their confidence and 
patronage. 

l!eS"Policies issued. Risks taken by Lakes, Rivers, Canals and Railroads, to and from any place in 
the United States and Cauadas, and losses promptly adjusted and paid at this office by 

E. I». OORR, OeEieaal Agent. 

Office, Thompson Block, (late Custom House,) up stairs, 
Corner Prime and Lloyd Streets 

WILL IAM S. KINO, SURVE YOR. 
.ailtntv Insurance Coinpan^-, 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT— INCORPORATED 1819 

Cash Ca,pital §2,194,100 00. 

E. G. RIPLEY President. 

T. A. ALEXANDER Vice President. 

T. K. BRACE, JR Secretary. 

]Voi*tlx A.iiiei*icari Fire Insurance Company, 

OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 

Cash Capital and Surplus 1351,084 00. 

JAJtESG. BOLLES • President. 

JOHN A. WALLACE Secretary. 

Coninxei'ce Insni'ancc Company, 

OF ALBANY, N. Y. 

Cash Capital and Surplus 3211,230 00. 

S. B. HAMILTON President. 

G. H. VAN ALLEN Secretary. 

Hope Insurance Company, 

OF PROVIDENCE, K. I. 

Cash Capital ^150,000 00. 

SAMUEL SHORE President. 

JOSEPH MARTIN Secretary. 

IVox'tli"western Insvir*ance Company, 

OF OSWEGO, N. Y.— FIRE AND MARINE. 

Cash Capital an'l Surplus 3310,697 00. 

JAMES PL ATT President. 

S. B. LUDLOW Secretary. 

E, P. nORH, General ^g-ent, Buffalo, JV. Y, 

Policies issued at fair rates, and losses promptly adjusted and paid at this office. 

Office, Thompson's Block, (lato Custom House,) up stairs, corner Prime and Lloyd streets. 

See advertisement of J. S. Ruger &. Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



277 



anil 



Express Companies. IPeekbenwalt P., Batavia. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 9, 11, I'boll Jacob, Ui2 Batavia 

AND 13 W. SENECA. W. P. 

PECK, AGENT. [ See card p. 

236.] 
UNITED STATES EXPRESS CO., 

15 W. SENECA. [See card, p. 

242.] 



Fancy Goods. 

Comstock & Co., 230 Maia. 
Barnum S. 0., 211 Main. 
Hart Henry, 275 Main. 
Hoffman Julius, 294 Main. 

Fish Dealers. 

Cheney E. B., Michigan. 

Higgins C. D. & Co., Lloyd. 

Hoag D., Michigan. 

Johnson H. & Bros., Lloyd. 

Neff A., Lloyd. 

Piatt L. B. & Co., 286 Main. 

Root Adrian R., 64 and 06 Main. 

Flour and Feed. 

Abernethy A., cor. Louisiana and 

Elk. 
Cande G., cor. Michigan and Carroll 

sts. 
CLARK A., FLOUR AND FEED 

STORE, COR. PERRT AND 

MARKET. 
Cobb W. H. & Co., cor. Terrace and 

Evans sts. 
Cutter & Bailey, 201 Washington st. 
DAW HENRY & SON, FLOUR & 

FEED STORE, 26 CENTRAL 

WHARF. [See card, p. 288.] 
Diekey & Marsh, 210 Washington. 
Diebolt S., 133 Batavia. 
Enos L. & Co., 17 Central Wharf. 
Fisher J. A: (}. & Co., 74 Genesee. 
French & IJustead, 204 Washington 
Grahling Fred., 76 Genesee. 
Hanowan <fe Albro, 36 E. Seneca. 
Harvey & Allen, 206 Washington. 
Heimlich P. J., Jr., 12 Central 

Wharf. 
Houck P., 91 Seneca. 
Husted E. S., 41 Seneca. 
Lapp Jacob, 3 Marts Block. 
Marsh A. }>[., Kremlin Hall. 
Mesmer Michael, 277 Main. 



Speck John, William. 
Steingoetter H., cor. Michigan 

William. 
Urban George & Co., cor. Genesee 

and Oak. 
Vorse John, 96 Batavia. 
Walsh John, 8 Terrace. 



Flouring Mills. 

Campbell R., 61 Ohio. 

Howell S. W., Prop. Niagara Mills. 

Laurens E. & Co., Erie xMills. 

Smith IL, Queen City Mills. 

Thornton & Chester, on Canal, foot 
Amherst. 

WILLIAMS R., PROP. ERIE 
WATER FLOUR MILLS. OF- 
FICE, ON PRIME. 

Wilson & Co., cor. Chicago & Miami. 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 

BELL DAVID, FOUNDRY AND 
MACHINE SHOP, NORTON. 

COLLI GON F., MACHINIST AND 
MANUFACTURER OF STEAM 
ENGINES, COR. PERRY AND 
WASHINGTON. 

DUDLEY JOSEPH P., PROP. OF 
^.TNA IRON FOUNDRY.— 
IRON CASTINGS OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION, COR. STATE 
AND FLY'. [See card p. 318.] 

DUNBAR & HOWELL, IRON 
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE 
SHOP, COR. PERRY & MISSIS- 
SIPPI. [See card p. 303.] 

GOOD A., MACHINE SHOP, IN- 
DIANA. [See card p. 255.] 

RUGER J. S. & CO., FOUNDRY 
AND MACHINE SHOP, CHI- 
CAGO NEAR OHIO. [See card 
opp. pp. 278 and 279.] 

SHEi>AHD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, AGENT, OHIO. 
[See card opp. p. 156.] 

TIFFT G. W., SON & CO., FOUN- 
DRY AND MACHINE SHOP., 
COR. WASHINGTON & OHIO. 
[See card p. 326.] 

Fi'uits and Vegetables. 
Baylis C. & Co., 3 Scott. 



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J Adams. A. M. Adams. S. Stone. 

JAMES ADAMS & CO., 

(Successors to C. Athearn & Co.,) 
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 




No. 207 Washington Street, 



Blakely J. & W., 31 Main. 

Bullock Pticliard, 227 Main. 

COX S. B., WHOLESALE & RE- 
TAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 
FRUITS, OYSTERS & POUL- 
TRY, 295 MAIN. 

Dunlop Robert Jr., cor. Carolina and 
lOlh. 

Haldane James, 2 Scott. 

Hoy John, 49 Ohio. 

SMITH J. J., OYSTERS AND 
FRUITS, 197 WASHINGTON. 
[See card p. 254.] 

Yermilia & Co., 37 Main. 

Gas and Steam Pipe Fitters. 
(See also Plumbers.) 

Day G., 9 w. Eagle. 

HARDIKER & TOYE, PLUM- 
BERS AND STEAM GAS FIT- 
TERS, COR. NIAGARA AND 
PEARL. [See card p. 264.] 

IRR & IRLBACKER, PRACTI- 
CAL PLUMBERS AND GAS 
FITTERS, 1, 2 and 3 W. MO- 
HAWK. 

Smith Jno. D., 162 Main. 

Somerville J. \V., cor. Swan & Main. 

Valentine & Creily, 4 Court. 

General Stores. 
Fitch F. S., 125 e. Seneca. 
Simpson John, 167 Main. 



DODSWORTH WM., DEALER IN 
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 
GOODS, &c., 106 MAIN. 

KENKETT THOMAS, DEALER 
IN GENTS' FURNISHING 
GOODS, 183 MAIN. [See card, 
p. 256.] 

Mannings John B., 6 Main and 46 
Quay. 

Newman Emanuel, cor. Ohio and 
Columbia. 

Glove Maker. 

Fine J., 27 Seneca. 

Gold Leaf Manufacturer. 

Dennis & Cottier, cor. Exchange and 
Washington. 

Gold Pen and Pocket Book Man- 
ufacturer. 

Felton John, 159 Main. 

Grain Drying House- 

Tooley L. A., Erie. 

Grape Grower and Native Wine 
Manufacturer. 

PRESBREY OTIS F.. GRAPE 
GROWER & NATIVE WINE, 
PROSPECT HILL. 

Grist Mill. 
Gillett E. J., Michigan, by the canal. 



Gents' Purnishing Goods. 
(See also Clothiers and Merchant 
Tailors.) 
ALTMAN & CO., GENTS' FUR- 
NISHING GOODS, 40 PEARL. 
[See card p. 286.] 
See advertisemejit of J. S. Ruger &. Co.'s Cracker and 



Grocers. 

Adams H. & Co., 37 Seneca. 
Adams J., 23 Exchange. 
Adolph J. A., Goodell. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



281 



P. S. STEVENS, 

IMPORTER AXn DEALER IN 

BRANDIES, GINS, WINES. &C. 



7 



No. 290 Main Street, corner Eagle, 



Allen John P., cor. Exchange and 
Chicago. 

AUbright Jacob, 184 South Divis- 
ion. 

Anderson A. S., 56 Main. 

Argus G., Niagara. 

Barker John, Genesee. 

Barker Louis, 198 Batavia. 

Bamler Geo., Erie. 

Banks L. A., 69 Niagara. 

Bansin^^- Godle?, Clinton. 

Barber Daniel, 396 Seneca. 

Barnum (i. G., 74 Main. 

Barnard Ira, jr., 182 East Seneca. 

Barrett J., 117 East Seneca. 

Beard & Ilajward, cor. Green and 
"Washington. 

Beekel P. J., cor. Ellicott and Gen- 
esee. 

Becker John P., 358 Michigan. 

BECKER PHILIP& Co., WHOLE- 
SALE GROCER, 384 MAIN. 

Bell Brampton, 22 East Eagle. 

Belthelen L., cor. Washington and 
Goodell. 

BEML^ P. S.. DEALER IN GRO- 
CERIES AND PROVISIONS, 
6 AND 7 OHIO. [See card p. 
249.] 

Berlin Lewis, East Seneca. 

Bieber John A., cor. Ninth and 
Maryland. 

Bipont P. J., 81 Batavia. 

Bleler C, cor. Commercial and Wa- 
ter. 

Blassor J., Sycamore. 

BorstS., 234 Main. 

Boltz Geo., 392 Main. 

Borst J., 159 Elk. 

Brown Wm., 123 Main. 



Burks T., 255 Seneca. 

Byrne J., 31 Ohio. 

Caburet Peter ¥., 24 East Huron. 

Cain Wm., cor. Perry and Howard. 

Callanan C. 32 Terrace. 

Callender S. N., 229 Main. 

Castle J., Goodell. 

Chase & Bird, cor. Niagara and Am- 
herst. 

Chavel P., cor. Washington and 
Tupper. 

Colder Frank, 138 Batavia. 

COLE ALEX AND KR, GROCER- 
IES AND PROVISIONS, 163 
SENECA. [See card p. 315.] 

Crose G., Hickory. 

Garden Jas., Exchange. 

Dambach J., 106 Sycamore. 

Davis Samuel, 144 South Division. 

Diebolt B., cor. Canal and Maiden 
Lane. 

Dinwoodie Wm. C, cor. Michigan 
and Clinton. 

Dinwoodic& Schultz, 103 South Di- 
vision. 

Dobins S., cor. Seneca and Michi- 
gan. 

Dolan P., 122 Exchange. 

Doll S., cor. Canal and Evans. 

Doody Mrs., Exchange. 

DorstF., cor. Niagara and Sixth. 

Dorst Jacob, 367 Main. 

Druar J., Niagara. 

Duggan P. M.; 169 Seneca. , 

Dunne Mrs., cor. Cedar and Eagle. 

Duyer Edward, 344 East Seneca. 

Ewig Peter, Goodell. 

Faven Peter, cor. Huron and Elli- 
cott. 

Fink J., Batavia. 



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282 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



MEDIISTA. S^ND STONE. 

« » « — ■ 

DKALER IN 



., ijuiiii'ui^itiu, uimu, 

DOOR AND WINDOW CAPS AND SILLS, 

Paving and Building Stone of all kinds. Water Lime, &c. 

OFFICE AND STONE YARD, 

jLinctioii of Micliigan Street and tlie Canal, 

Near Exchange St. R. R. Depot. BTJFF.i^LO, IV. Y^. 



Fiscus P., 349 Seneca. 

Fix Geo., 555 Seneca. 

Fougeron Joseph, cor. Niagara and 
Mohawk. 

Fulmer Fred, cor. Elk and Howard. 

Graetz M., sen., cor. Canal and Ev- 
ans. 

Gage Geo., 5 East Seneca. 

Gaines F., Sycamore. 

Garson John, Elk. 

Giest Jacob, Niagara. 

Gill P., Ohio. 

Gottman H., 311 Genesee. 

Grass A., Hickory. 

Graf G., 200 Batavia. 

Greary W. & Co., 59 Main. 

Grimard G., 356 Main. 

Gruner V., cor. Chicago, and Ohio. 

Hager G., cor. William and Pine. 

Haines N. R., South Division. 

Haller P., Eagle. 

Haller M., Walnut. 

Hanly E., 231 Sene«a. 

Harris E. D., 7 Commercial. 

Hartman Chas. F., cor. Elm and 
Goodell. 

Haynes J. A., 293 Seneca. 

Hellriegel P., 119 Genesee. 

Henna P., Perry. 

Henry N., Genesee. 

Herrmann Joseph, Clinton. 

Hisbach Michael, 142 Eagle. 

Hickey Thos., cor. Perry and Indi- 
ana. 

Hoehen Fred., Amherst. 

Holfiener H., 125 Batavia. 

Hollister & Laverack, 202 Washing- 
ton. 

Houk C, Batavia. 

Howell S. W., cor. Amherst and 
Dearbourn. 
See advertisement of J. S. 



Hughes Wm., 274 East Seneca. 
Hullery M., 405 Main. 
Jamieson James & Co., 23 Canal. 
JOHNSTON A. M., GROCERIES 

AND PROVISIONS, 52 MAIN. 
Kermady J., 347 Seneca. 
Kennasy Thos., 277 Exchange. 
Kersch Emanuel, cor. Seneca and 

Michigan. 
Kiene S. C, East Seneca. 
Kill Geo., 300 East Seneca. 
Koch Ignatious, 209 Genesee. 
Kroupp G., Batavia. 
Kuhn F. A., Goodell. "^ 
KuU F., cor. Floyd and Prime. 
Laible C, Amherst 
Lanehard Andrew, 232 East Seneca. 
Laney Mrs. M., Perry. 
LANG AD AM,GROCERY STORE, 

COR. WALNUT AND SYCA- 
MORE. 
Latta Robert, 69 Niagara. 
Laurence P. G., 31 Genesee. 
Leader J. J., Perry. 
Lehman F. H., cor. Clinton and 

LTnion. 
Liechtnam John, 407 Main. 
Leonard C. 0., 51 Ohio. 
Lettau M., Canal, 
Lincoln B., cor. Michigan & North 

Division. 
Long A. & Co., 71 Main. 
Long Michael 150 Batavia. 
Lassen Fred., 168 Batavia. 
Lutz J. G., Perry. 
McCarthey John, 260 East Seneca. 
McCOLE HUGH, GROCERY & 

SALOON, COR. JEFFERSON 

AND CARROLL. 
McDonald J., 197 Exchange. 

Ruger &. Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



283 



George Newmax. Ekastds Scovill. 

NEWMAN & SCOVILL, 

SHIP CHANDLERS & GROCERS 

WhoU'sal.' an. I K.tail Dealois in 

Tarred & Manilla Cordage, Anchors, Chains. Capstans, 

Winches, ritch, Kosin, Tar, (Jakuin, Blocks, Canvass, Paints, Oils, Varnisli, 
Barometers, Spy and Mast Head Glasses, &c., 



On the Dock, foot of Lloyd Street, 



BUFFALO, N. Y. 



JG^r"Kii:,ain.i; Fitted to Order, and Vessels Furnished with everything requi- 
site tor a Comiilete Outtit. 



3IcRoberts John, 270 East Seneca. 

Manning D., 318 Seneca. 

3Iantz J., Genesee. 

Martin J., Batavia. 

Mean John, 240 East Seneca. 

Meyers J. W., cor. Batavia and Wal- 
nut. 

Miller B. H., foot of Tupper. 

Milliken C. A., 08 Lloyd. 

MILLRLNG II., DK/VLEll IN 
GROCERIES AND PROVIS- 
IONS, COR. CAROLINE AND 
TUPPER. 

Messenger George, Jr., 120 Genesee. 

Moon M. A., 11 East Seneca. 

Mooney Robert, Elk. 

Moore W. H., cor. Morgan and Ni 
agar a. 

Mugher Philip, 380 East Seneca. 

Magride J., 92 Seneca. 

Muldon G., cor. North Division and 
Cedar. 

Murphy Thomas J., cor. Franklin 
and Tupper. 

Murray Brothers., cor. Ninth and 
Caroline. 

Nelson James, 407 Seneca. 

O'Connel M., cor. Elk and Howard. 

O'Connor John, Perry. 

O'Donnell J., Ohio. 

O'Gradey Thos., E.\change. 

ONeil VVm., U Ohio. 

Ortner J., 145 Genesee. 

Ott3not Nieutralus, 425 Maio. 

Paig A., Niagara. 

Parish William, cor. Elk and Lou- 
isiana. 

Payne George, 293 South Division. 

Persch Henry C, cor. Church and 
Terrace. 



Persch F., 159 Eagle. 

Porter Samuel, 300 Main. 

Powers J., Green. 

Power Patrick, Junction of Seneca 
and Swan. 

Preston J. R., 194 East Seneca. 

Rauhenstein J. G., Lloyd. 

Roily Thos., 233 East Seneca. 

Reining John, 1 Water. 

Reis S. M., 398 Mitdiioan. 

Rendell E. D. R., 42 East Seneca. 

Renowden William, 180 South Di- 
vision. 

Ricchle John, Clinton. 

Rippel Jacob, 200 Genesee. 

Ripple AVilliam, 202 Genesee. 

Rodenback C, 90 Batavia. 

Roffo John, 5 Canal. 

Roots John, 204 East Seneca. 

Rublie A., corner East Eagle and 
Elm. 

Rudolph Jacob, 434 Main. 

Rupp J. M., Clinton. 

Ryan James. 57 Exchange. 

Ryan Morris, Ohio. 

Schell William, 155 and 157 Gen- 
esee. 

Schlife Wm., Clinton. 

Schlink L., cor. Maine and Godell. 

Schuster C, 887 Main. 

Schuler Conrad, cor. William and 
Hickory. 

Scott Georce W., 9 East Seneca. 

Seibel J. f7, 188 Niagara. 

Seibold Jacob, 17G .Main. 

Seward Stephen B., 103 Delaware. 

Sidway John J., cor. Huron and 
Main. 

Simon Frank, 217 Genesee. 

Sloan Alex., 82 Main. 



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284 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



MA-RTIlSr TAYLOR, 



Ml !: 



m STATIONER, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS & STATIONERY, 
No. 299 Main Street, nearly opposite American, 



ENGLISH BOOKS ON HAND AND IMPORTED TO ORDER. 
NEW BOOKS RECEIVED AS SOON AS PUBLISHED- 

Cap and Letter Papers aud Faucy Stationery in every style. 



Blank Books made & Book Binding done at short notice. 

Initials or Name Embossed on Paper and Envelopes, to Order. 



Sloan H., 39 Exchange. 

Sloan Wm., corner Exchange and 
Washington. 

Smith Wm. H., 308 Michigan. 

Sommer F., 387 Washington. 

Southwick A., corner Michigan and 
Carroll. 

Strasser Louis, Elm. 

Strasser II., cor. Fly and State. 

Stubs Mrs., Elk. 

Sullivan James, cor. Elk and Chica- 
go. 

Tobias & Reidpath, cor. Seneca and 
Chicago. 

Tourot Frederick, 382 East Seneca. 

Trautman F., Clinton. 

Tucker Thomas, 164 East Seneca. 

Tunison T. C, cor. Elk and Chica- 
go. 

Timmerman J. 561 Seneca. 

Twitchell A. & Son, 406 Main. 

Versch Adam, cor. Walnut and Syc- 
amore. 

Weber G. L., corner Michigan and 
William. 

Weber J. J., cor. Tupper and Oak. 

See advertisement of J. S. 



Webster A. S., 33 Seneca. 

Webster & Co., 1 East Seneca. 

Webster E.- 7 East Seneca. 

Weir George Jr., cor. North Divis- 
ion and Pine. 

Welker J., corner Ash and Syca- 
more. 

Weller P., cor. Elm and Tupper. 

Wessing H., William. 

Weter J., Genesee. 

Weter P., cor. William and Potter. 

White Gilbert, cor. Canal and Ev- 
ans. 

White P. N., 297 Seneca. 

Widmer J., 400 Seneca. 

Wilting F., 419 Michigan, cor. Cy- 
press. 

Winkler Frank, East Seneca. 

Winter F., Goodell. 

Wise Mrs, Anna, 125 North Divis- 
ion. 

Woodward D. M., 130 Clinton. 

Woodruff Samuel, 394 East Seneca. 

Wolf John, cor. 11th and Virginia. 

Wolf M., Court. 

Yax Jacob, cor. Franklin and Tup- 
per. 

Ruger & Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



285 



RAILROAD AND CANAL LINE. 



1861 



D. BRADLEY & TOLES, Proprietors. 



1861 



PRINCIPAL OFFICE, TROY, N. Y. 



Marble, Slate, and other Property, Transported from the Quarries in Ver- 
mont and New York, via Troy and Schenectady; also, from New 
York City direct, to Buffalo, Oswego, and all points on tiie 

WESTERSM LAKES, CANALS 8l RAILROADS. 

Also, to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other 
Southern and Eastern Ports, via Hudson Kiver. 

Sliipmeuts made Daily, and particular attcutiou giveu to tlie Handling 
and Dispatch of Property. 



T"OK, FREIGIirr ^\-I*r»L^" TO 

DANIEL BRADLEY, Marine Block, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

PERRY E. TOLES, [Office and Dock, Green Island,] TROY, N". Y. 

IRA BROWNELL, SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

L. J. N. STARK, 33 Coenties Slip, NEW YORK. 



Cousigu Property to care " RAILROAD AMD CANAL LINE," at Xew 

York, Troy, Sclienectady, or BuHalo. 



Zeiler Geo., cor. Cherry and Hick- 
ory. 

Grocers, Wholesale- 

BEMIS P. 8.. WIIOLE^ALP] AND 
KETAIL GROCER, 6 & 9 OHIO. 
(See card p. 241).) 

Churchill & Parker, 336 Main. 

Dodge A. L., 17 Main. 

Ingalls D. S., 346 Main. 

Miller & Greiner, 26 and 28 Main. 

NEWMAN & SCOVILL, WHOLE- 
SALE GROCERS, FOOT OF 
LLOYD. (Sec card p. 283.) 

TAYLOR & JEVVETT, WHOLE- 
SALE GR0CEUS,4 AND 5 MA- 
RINE RLOCK. 

Yaw A. P. & Soli, 44 Main. 

Guns and Pistols. 

Dick Fred, 100 Genence. 

GLANZ F. A., MANUFACTURER 
OF RIFLES, GUNS AND PIS- 
TOLS, 16 EAST GENESEE — 
(See card p. 318.) 

Robson J. O., 13ilMain. 

Smith P., 126 Main. 



Hair Workers. 

GRAUSS J. J., MANUFACTURER 
OF FRENCH HAIR WORK, 
302 MAIN, UP STAIRS. [See 
card p. 290.] 

JUENGLING HENRY, PRACTIC- 
AL HAIR BRAIDER, 1 NIAG- 
ARA. (See card p. 293.) 

Hardware and Cuttlery. 

Dudley & Brothers, ■)7 ^lain. 

FRESS & WARREN, i:\IPORT- 
ERS AND WHOLESALE AND 
RETAIL DEALERS IN IIARD- 
"W A R E, C U T T L E R Y, BAR 
HOOP BAND, ROUND AND 
SQUARE IRON, STEEL 
SPRINGS, NAILS, CHAINS, 
&c., 383 MAIN. 

Geiser G., Genesee. 

Hadley «fe Ilusted, 1 1 7 and 11 9 Main. 

Hausle M, & Son, 146 and 148 Sen- 

I eca. 

Kruger J. F. W., 23 (Jencsee. 

I Miller L. A., 354 Main. 

Moershfelder N., 397 Main. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




Importers & Jototoers in Foreign & Domestic 







ALSO, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



lOTRING 



No. 40 Pearl Street, and No. 140 Main Street, 
FFALO, NEW YORK. 



Newboald Frederick W., 23 Main. 

PRATT & Co., AMERICAN AND 
FOREIGN HARDWARE DEAL- 
ERS, 28 30 and 32 TERRACE. 
[See card, p. 250 & 251.] 

Sheppard S. & Co. 

Steichle John C, 140 Genesee. 

Weed D. & Co., 222 Main. 

Hat and Bonnet Stands. 

THEOBALD CHAS., MANUFAC- 
TURER OF HAT AND BON- 
NET STANDS USED IN MIL- 
LINERY AND DRY GOODS 
STORES, SUCH AS VEST 
STANDS & LADIES' FORMS, 
416 MAIN. (See card p. 312.) 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Ambs G., 17 East Genesee. 

BASSETT GUSTAVUS, HATS & 
CAPS, FANCY FURS, CARPET 
BAGS, GLOVES, UMBREL- 
LAS, &c., CASH PAID FOR 
SHIPPING FURS, 101 MAIN. 

Brown F., 27 Exchange. 



Cary H. C, 144 Main. 

Comstock M. L., 19 Main. 

Datt A., 73 Genesee. 

Emig John, 335 Main. 

Georger Chas., 388 Main. 

HENKEL HENRY, WHOLESALE 
AND RETAIL HAT, CAP AND 
FURSTO RE, BUFFALO 
ROBES, UMBRELLAS &c., 125 
MAIN. 

Kassler John, 140 Batavia. 

McCool James, 80 Main. 

iNIcKenzie C, 4 Terrace. 

Morgemstein J., 39 Genesee. 

Ransoms A. R., 332 Main. 

Robertsons G. W., 292 Main. 

Ryan J., Terrace. 

Scherck Philip, 5 East Genesee. 

Smith ctBro., 267 Main. 

Tweedy & Smith, 173 Main. 

Waldrab Andrew, 9 East Genesee. 

Hides, Skins and Pelts 

BOWEN & HUMASON, MANU- 
FACTURERS OF SHEEP SKIN 
LININGS OF ALL KINDS. 



See advertisement of J. S. Ruger & Co.'s Cracker and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



287 



PRATT & LETCHWORTH, 

NO. 34 TERRACE STREET, 

ETJf f ALO, HEW YOKK, 



MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF 




SAMUEL F, PRATT. PASCAL P. PRATT. ^^'. P. LETCHWORTH. 



DEALERS Ix\ WOOL, HIDES, 
CALF & KIP SKINS KOUGH k 
FINISHED, ion MAIN. 
COIT C. C. & SON, DEALERS IN 

WOOL, hidp:s and sheep 

PELTS, 70 MAIN & 15 HOW- 
ARD. 
Welch k Millar, 159 Washington. 

Hotels. 

AMERICAN H T E L, L. L. 
HODGES, PROPRIETOR, Main. 
'[See card p. 202.] 

Bo{i;<ris Mrs., cor. Pearl and Easle. 

BONNEY S HOTEL, Z. BONNEY, 
PROPRIETOR, COR. WASH- 
INGTON AND CARROLL.— 
(See card p. 260.) 

BOZZE D., REVERE HOUSE, DI- 
RECTLY OPPOSITE NIAGA- 
RA FALLS DEPOT. (See card, 
colored paper, opp. p. 257.) 

BROWNS HOTEL, CHARLES 
BROWN, PROPRIETOR, COR. 
SENECA AND MICHIGAN.— 
[See card p. 272.] 



BROWN CHARLES, PROPRIE- 
TOR BROWN'S HOTEL COR. 
SENECA AND MICHIGAN.— 
(See card p. 272.) 

Carpenter C, 176 East Seneca. 

Cotter T.. 36 and 37 Exchange. 

Dean Jame.s, 20 Washington. 

DICKEY & BOWEN, PROP'S OF 
SOUTHERN HOTEL, COR. 
MICHIGAN AND SENECA.— 
(See card p. 302.) 

FRANKLIN HOUSE, Z. EL- 
DREDGE, PROP., COR. ELLI- 
COTT AND SENECA. (See 
card p. 292.) 

Harris 11. W., cor. Elk and Michi- 
gan. 

HULL D.. PROPRIETOR WEST- 
ERN HOTEL, COR. TERRACE 
AND PEARL. (See card p. 
270.) 

Hurlburt M. A., Amherst. 

Itiren Henry, 15 Couiniercial. 

Krotz M., cor. Niagara and Hamil- 
ton. 

Krapp H. & Co., Commercial. 



Biscuit Nacbine, and otlier Macliiucs, pages 27$ & 279. 



288 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



HENRY DAW & SON, 




AND DEALEBS IN 



and (Hibm ^mi ilouv, Whtut, ^ont, 



EYE. OATS AND BARLEY, 

NO. 26 CENTRAL WHARF, BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



CASM AOVAXCES OX CO]\SIGXMEi\TS. 



Hexry Daw. 



Alfred D. Daw. 



^^ 



'^'^^'->\ 

5^> 




BY CHARLES H. KOEGEL 

No. 236 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

All kinds of Pictures taken as good 
and as cheap as elsewhere. 



Louden & Dunlap, cor. Erie and 

McDonald C. F., Elk. 

MEECH H.,PROP. WADSWORTH 
HOUSE, COR. EXCHANGE 
AND MICHIGAN (See card p. 
324.) , 

Mergenhagen & Bro., opp. N. Y. & 
Erie R. R. Depot. 

Messer C, Niagara. 

Myers F. H., cor. Erie and Peacock. 

Peak H.,cor. Main and Ohio. 

Peck D., cor. Ellicottand Clinton. 

Phoenix Hotel, Main. 

Purcell Henry, cor. Michigan and 
Carroll. 

REVERE HOUSE, D. BOZZE, 
PROP., OPP. N I AGRA FALLS 
DEPOT. (See card opp. p. 257.) 

Shepard W., Niagara. 

Shiehen Wm., 5 Erie. 

SOUTHERN HOTEL, DICKEY & 

BOWEN, PROP'S, COR. MICHI- 
GAN AND SENECA. (See card 
p. 302.) 



WADSWORTH HOUSE, H.- T. 
MEECH, PROP., ADJ. N. Y. C 
& N. Y. & E. R. R. DEPOTS.— 
(See card p. 324.) 

Welsh Philip, cor. Clinton and Ben- 
nett. 

WESTERN HOTEL, D. B. HULL, 
PROP., COR. PEARL AND 
TERRACE. (See card p. 270.) 

Ice Dealers. 

Austin S. G., 1 Granite Building, 

Main. 
Howlet Chas., 6 Brown's Building. 
Queen City Ice Company, cor. Main 

and Seneca. 

Ice Cream Saloon. 
Spertzell Justus, 9 South Division. 

Inspectors. 

Cash & Merrit, 29 Central Wharf. 

Instrument Maker. 
Andrews R. F., 221 Main. 

Insurance Agents. 

Baldwin J., 5 Granite Building, 

Main. 
Barker A., 3 Brown's Building. 
Brown & Johnson 46 Main. 
CHAMBERS H., INSURANCE 

AGENT, 172 MAIN. [See card 

page 289.] 
Dobbins D. P., Prime. 
DORR E. P., INSURANCE AGT. 

COR. PRIME AND LLOYD.— 

(See card p. 276.) 
Filbert L. E., Elm. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



289 



^HE YOXJ_^I^]SrSUIlEE>P 
II. 0IJLA*3I3BE:I^^' 



No. 172 Main Street, Buffalo, New York. 

PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO., PROVIDENCE, R. I^ 

Iiicori>onited in 17;t9. Caiiital, (all paid in,) $200,000. Assets, S.iT.'i/J.'iG 20. 

AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Incorporated in 1831. Capital, (all paid in,) SloO.dOO. Assets, $204,282 23. 

MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY, PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Incorporated in 1851. Capital, (all paid in,) $150,000. Assets, $280,138 52. 



B^^AII Losses promptly adjusted and paid at my office in this city. 
BUFFALO, N. Y. H. CHAMBERS, Agt. 



Fish & Armstrong, cor. Main and 
Dayton. 

Gridley F., at White's Bank. 

Hubbard G. Y., Spaulding's Ex- 
change. 

MAIIAMA T. H. <fe CO., FIRE & 
LIFE INSURANCE, REAL ES- 
TATE AND GENERAL AGEN- 
CY, 232 MAIN, UP-STAIRS.— 
[See card p. 314.] 

Merchants' Insurance Company, of 
Hartford Conn., office in Hunger- 
ford & Cone's Block. 

Niles <fe Brewster, Merchant's Ex- 
chani!;e. 

Perkins T. G., Prime. 

Rounds & Hall, 2 Brown's Building. 

Rounds & Hall, cor Seneca & Main. 

Smith Wm. C, 4 Brown's Building. 

Walker H. C, Prime. 

WILSON L., INSURANCE AND 
REAL ESTATE AGENT, 3 NIA- 
GARA. 

Intelligence Office. 
Williams S. F., 2U0 Washington. 

Iron Fence Makers. 

EDDY &BING HAM, IRON 
FENCE MAKER. CLINTON 
IRON WORKS. COR. CHURCH 
AND JACKSON. [See card, p. 
328.1 

JONES GEO., BUFFALO IRON 
RAILING & FENCE WORKS, 
19 



TERRACE, COR. HENRY. [See 
card p. 327.] 

Iron Works. 

(See also Foundries and Machine 
Shops.) 

DUNBAR & HOWELL, EAGLE 
IRON WORKS, COR, PERRY & 
MISSISSIPPI. (See card p. 303.) 

EDDY & BINGHAM, CLINTON 
IRON WORKS, COR. CHURCH 
AND JACKSON. (See card, p. 
328.) 

PRATT & CO., PROPRIETORS 
OF BUFFALO IRON & NAIL 
WORKS. OFFICE, 28, 30 AND 
32 TERRACE. (See card, pp. 
250 and 251.) 

RUGER J. S. & CO., PROPRIE- 
TORS OF QUEEN CITY IRON 
WORKS, ON CHICAGO NEAR 
OHIO. (See card pp. 278 and 
27!».) 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, 
JOHN D. SHEPARD, Agent, 
OHIO. (Col. paper opp. p. 256.) 

Iron, Springs and Nails. 

PRATT & CO., DEALERS IN 
HARDWARE, IRON, NxVILS, 
&c., 28, 30 AND 32 TERRACE. 
(See cards pp. 250 and 251.) 

FRESS & WARREN, IRON 
SPRINGS AND NAILS, 383 
MAIN. 



290 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



:M.\XI'FA(:TrU10]; ()!■' 




EVERY UESCRIPTION OF 



Wigs, Toupees, Braids, Curls, &c. 

i, m MAli STREET, DP miBS, MFFillO, iff lORK. 



Ivory Dealer and Turner. 

ADLER ALBERT, TURNER, IM- 
PORTER AND DEALER IN 
IVORY, MEERCHAUM PIPES, 
WALKING STICKS, &c., &c.— 
BILLIARD BALLS ON HAND 
AND TURNED OVER, No. 373 
MAIN, 

Jewelers. 

(See also Watches and Jewelry.) 

Appleton Jas., Jr., 196 Main. 

BAADER JOSEPH, JEWELER, 
GOLD AND SILVP]RSMITH, 
& FIRE-GILDER, 389 MAIN. 

Dilger Xavier, Genesee. 

Dubois Philo, 11 Swan. 

Oelrich Fred., 295 Main. 

Schwartz & Mache, 200 Main. 

Sibley 0. E. 186 Main. 

Stepeuson J. C, 200 Main. 

Walder J. H., cor. Main and Gene- 
see. 

Wurst Fred., 172^ e. Seneca. 

Justices of the Peace- 
Gardner C, 148 Main. 
Hart II. B., 147 Main. 
Lampham W., 140 Main. 
Shattuck C. F., 146 Main. 

Lamp Manufacturer. 

STACY FRANCIS, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF PATENT SIGNAL 
LAMPS. 22 COMMERCIAL.— 
[See card p. 297.] 

Lantern Maker, 

Cleveland L., cor. Washington and 
Perry, 



Leather and Hides. 
(See also Hides, Skins and Pelts.) 

Case N., cor. Exchange and Wash- 
ington. 

Eckhardt George, 246 Genesee. 

Howard and Bush, 91 Main. 

Hunter J. B., Commercial. 

Hutchinson J. M., 40 Lloyd. 

Klein C, 4 Quay. 

Lamb A., 11 e. Genesee. 

Neiderlander Chretien & Co., 353 
Main. 

Rumsey Aaron & Co., 4 Exchange. 

Schoellkop J. F. & Co., 105 Main. 

Seyd Emil, 121 Main. 

Wing H. & Co., 6 and 8 Exchange 

Lime Dealer. 
Grove & Evelhare, 1 Batavia. 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

Burton L., 28 Pearl. 

Cheeseman & Dodge, 114 Pearl. 

Efner Geo. B., 8 Ellicott. 

Harris J., Perry. 

Mace T. C, 219 Washington. 

Metzger G.. 326 Washington. 

Miller & Harris, cor. Terrace and 

Lock. 
Mount F., Terrace, opposite Western 

Hotel. 
Olcott M. N., Maiden Lane. 
Stevenson G. P. & Co., 391 and 303 

Main. 
Stevenson Jno. S., Washington. 
Tousey A. C, Henry. 
Tucker J. R., Michigan. 
Vosseller N., foot of Washington. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



291 



S. BETTINGER & CO., 

^lanutactiiriT?, ]ini)orters ami Jobbers of 

DRY GOODSI 

Gcriiiaii Dress Goods, Yarns, Hosiery, Woolen Goods, 
BUFFALO, N, Y, 



J. P. MUNSCHAUER'S 



New Bstablished 



MARBLE WORKS, 

Monuments, Tombstones, 

Table Tops, Mantle Pieces, etc., 

m:a.in street, 

Upp. North Church, near Chippewa st. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

orders promptly executed at 



reasonable prices. 



Locksmiths. 

Flach B. & Bro.. 17 Mohawk. 
Ouk G.. Genesee. 

Lumber Dealers. 

Booth John, Ohio, 

Clie 8. D., cor. Michigan and Car- 
roll. 

DART & BROTHERS, WHOLE- 
SALE & RETAIL DEALERS 
IN ROUGH & DRESSED LUM- 
BER, OHIO BASIN & COR. OF 
MACKINAW. 

Dreher F. & C^or. Batavia & Elm. 

Dutchie Jas., cor. Gth and Niagara. 

Frink n. A. <fe Co., No. 22 Central 
Wharf. 

Hodge & Baldwin, cor. Niagara and 
Carolina. 

Holmes E. <fe B., Michigan. 

Mixer G. W. & Co., Marine Block, 
Ohio. 

Mixer L. W. & Co., Marine Block, 
Ohio. 



MonierG. F., Elm. 

Park Paul, cor. Genesee & Canal. 

Pierce & Co., cor. Michigan and 

Scott. 
Williams Wm. J., 503 Main. 

Maps, Charts, &c. 
Thayer Horace & Co., 8 Exchange, 

Marble Workers. 

Albro Wm. II. & Co., Washington. 

Crawford J., 84 and 85 Niagara. 

Field N. J., Delaware. 

Gaylord H. M., cor. Erie and Ter- 
race. 

King Grosh & Co., Main. 

MUNCHAUER J. P., MARBLE 
WORKS, MAIN STREET, OPP 
NORTH CHURCH. [See card, 
p. 291.] 

Vail G. 0. & Co., Ohio. 

Mastic and Stucco Worker. 

WELLS JOHN, MASTIC AND 
STUCCO WORK, EMILY. [Sec 
card, p. 259.] 

Mathematical Instrument Ma- 
kers, 

ANDREWS & SON, MATHEMAT- 
ICAL AND ENGINEERIN(J 
INSTRUMENT MAKERS, COR. 
SWAN AND MAIN, [Seacard, 
p. 311.] 

Merchant Tailors. 
(See also Clothiers,] 

Becken C. F., 5 Wadsworth House 
Boland Wm. & Son, 104 Main. 



292 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 





'Z. ELDREDGE, Proprietor. 



Corner Ellicott & Seneca Streets, 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



DB0^1LIM>, #1.00 FElir I>^lk.^5^, 



Good Stabling and attentive Hostlers always in readiness. 



Diebolt A., 11 Commerciah 

DODSWORTH WILLIAM, MER- 
CHANT TAILOR AND GEN- 
TLEMEN'S FURNISHING 
GOODS. A GENERAL AS- 
SORTMENT OF READY- 
MADE CLOTHING, &C., &C., 
106 MAIN. 

Dubois J. B., 149 Main. 

Fallon J., 224 Main. 

Glass D., 123 Genesee. 

Jentler J. C, 497 Washington. 

KENNETT THOMAS, DRAPER 
AND TAILOR AND GENTLE- 
MEN'S FURNISHING WARE 
HOUSE, 183 MAIN. [See card, 
p. 256.] 

Loebs Jacob, 371 Main. 

McMurry Thomas, 288 Main, up 
Stairs. 

MANNHARD JOHN, MER- 
• CHANT TAILOR, 141 BATA- 
VIA. 

Marcus J., 157 Main. 

Metzger Jacob, 34 Main. 

Mohr & Schlag, 382 Main. 



Muth J., Water. 
Renner G. & Co., 281 Main. 
Rennett S., 126 and 128 Main. 
Ribbel & Cowan, 257 Main. 
Roll Aug., 27 Seneca. 
Sippel Adam, 408 Main. 
Small J., 43 Niagara. 
Stuart & Efner, 204 Main. 
Theobald & Krupp, 352 Main. 
Tryon M. H., 242 Main. 
YOUNG A. M., MERCHANT 
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, 232 
MAIN, UP STAIRS. 
Zinns F., 71 Batavia. 

Mill Stones and Machinery. 

Allen Z. G., Main S^et. 

HENRY S. H., MILL STONE 
AND MILL MACHINERY 
MANUFACTURER, ON WA- 
TER AND LE COUTEUIX. 
[See card, p. 301.] 

Millinery. 

ANGLES MRS. S., MILLINERY 
AND DEALER IN FANCY 
GOODS 284 MAIN. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



293 



HENRY F. JUENGLING, 



MANUFACTUKER OF 




No. 1 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

. ♦ I 

Drawing and Price List sent free on application. 



Beckman Mrs. J., 386 Main. 
Clark Mrs., 283 Main. 
CLAYTON MRS., MILLINER, 

372 MAIN. 
Deerr Louisa, 13 East Genesee. 
Dobb Mrs., 8 South Division. 
Elwood Mrs. 41 Niagara. 
Erb Mrs., 69 Genesee. 
Gerlack M., Genesee. 
Grosslands Jno. F., one door East of 

Post Office. 
Herbach I), cor. Oak and Genesee. 
Iloek Miss, cor. Perry and Howard. 
Hallerith Mrs., 279 Main. 
Lee E. H., 279 Main. 
Martin Kate and Lizzie Brennan, 

302 Main. 
Mastarson Mr?. F., 379 Main. 
Minkler L., 41 North Division. 
Palmer J. M., cor. Main and North 

Division. 
Keilly T. C, 228 Main. 
Rose Mrs., 6 West Eagle. 
Schow E., 48 Genesee. 
Thouia Otto, 156 Batavia. 
Walsh Mrs., 261 Main. 
Walter Catherine, 156 Batavia. 



White Mrs. H., 358 Main. 
Whitney S. E., 273 Main. 
Willis Mrs., Oak. 

Woodruff , 19 Seneca. 

Wright James, 265 Main. 
Young Mrs. Eliza, 328 Main. 

Mining Pump Manufacturer- 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, AGT., MINING 
PUMP MANUFACTURER, 
OHIO. [See card Colored Paper, 
opposite p. 256.] 

Mowing Machines. 

Howard R. L., corner Chicago and 

Hamburg. 
Miller Bennett & Co., Water. 

Music Publishers. 

BLODGETTlfe BRADFORD, MU- 
SIC PUBLISHERS A JJD DEAL- 
ERS IN PIANOS, MELODI- 
ANS AND MUSIC BOOKS, 209 
MAIN. 



294 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



B. H. HOWARP. 



J. M. WHITCOMB. 



W. B. FLINT. 



F. M. SNOW. 



HOWARD, WHITCOMB & CO,, 

MANUFACTURER'S AGENTS 



AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 




BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



Musical Instruments. 
Sheppard & Cotlier, 215 Main. 

News Depots. 

Beadly I. P., 227 Main. 
Felton B. F., 205 Washington. 
Hawks T. S., 10 East Seneca. 
Smith G., 352 Main. 
Todd Mary, 88 E. Seneca. 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

Atlantis (German) Monthly, Chas. 
Essellen, Editor and Proprietor, 
358 Main. 

Buffalo Algemeine Zeitung (Ger- 
man), Semi-weekly, F. lleinecke, 
Genesee Square. 

Buffalo Christian Advocate, Weekly, 
John E. Robic, Editor and Pro- 
prietor, 4 West Seneca. 

BUFFALO COMMERCIAL AD- 
VERTISER, S. B. HUNT, EDI- 
TOR. DAILY AND SEMI- 
WEEKLY. R. WHEELER & 
CO., PUBLISHERS, NO. 161 
MAIN. [See card, p. 258.] 

BUFFALO COURIER, DAILY, 
TRI-VVEEKLY AND WEEKLY. 
SANFORD J. WARREN & CO., 
PUBLISHERS, 178 WASHING- 
TON. [See card, p. 322.] 

Buffalo Sentinel, Weekly, Michael 
Hagan, 93 Main. 

Buffalo Telegraph, (German,) Daily 
and Weekly, P. H. Bender, Pub- 
lisher, 358 Main. 
Der Democrat and Weltburger,(Ger 
man,) Daily and Weekly, Brunck 



Held & Co., Publishers, 196 Wash- 
ington. 

Ecclesiastical Informer, (German,) 
monthly, J. A. A. Grabau, Pub- 
lisher, Genesee, near Oak. 

Evening Post, Daily, Geo. J. Brian, 
Proprietor, 184 Washington. 

Home Monthly, Gildersleeve & Arey, 
Publishers, 227 Main. 

MORNING EXPRESS, A. M. 
CLAPP & CO., PUBLISHERS, 
156 MAIN. [See card, p. 274.] 

Patriot and Journal, Weekly, E. R. 
Jewett, Publisher. 

Robie J. S., Advocate, cor. Seneca 
and Pearl. 

The Aurora, (German,) Tri-weekly 
and Weekly, C. Wieekman, Pub- 
lisher, 67 Batavia. 

Nursery. 
Needham J. P., 293 Main. 

Occulist. 
Fermenick J., 302 Main. 

Oil Lamps. 

Fellhouser & Russell, 115 Main. 

Oils and Paints. 
(See also Druggists.) 

BECKER PHILIP & CO., 
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 
GLASS, PAINTS AND OILS, 
384 MAIN. 

Coleman Chas. H., 4 Swan. 

PEASE P. S., MANUFACTURER 
OF OIL, SPERM, ELEPHANT, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



295 



]Vr YER'S 

STAINED GLASS WORKS, 

No, 79 Main Street, Buffalo, New York. 

ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. 



WHALE, LARD, LINSEED. EllN HOTEL BLOCK, TER- 

TANNERS' AND TALLOW | RACE. 

OILS, IMPROVED ENGINE Bean J. & W. M , 171 Main. 



!Buchannon R. G., 15 Mohawk. 
BURNS GEO. L., GLASS STAIN- 
I ER AND FRESCO PAINTER, 
204 WASHINGTON. [See card. 
j p. 317.] 

j Clancy William B., 92 Main. 
Oil Still Manufactory. j Courtney M., cor. Pearl and Ter- 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN | race. 

D. SHEPARD, AGT., MANU-Fost J., 279 Exchange. 
FACTURER OF OIL STILLS, Joseph J., 45 Seneca. 



AND SIGNAL OIL FOR RAIL- 
ROADS, GIMAIN. [See card, p. 
329.] 
Wardwell, Webster & Co., 157 Wash- 
ington. 



OHIO. [See card, Colored Pa- 
per, opposite p. 25G.] 

Opticians. 

ANDREWS & SON, OPTICIANS, 
MANUFACTURERS OF OPTI- 



Kenip W., 21 Seneca. 

Klein & Kieffer, 20 East Genesee. 

Miller C, cor. Pearl and Chippewa. 

Phillips L. H., 90 Clinton. 

Ralph E., 39 Pearl. 

Rowley James, 3 South Division. 



CAL, MATHEMATICAL AND|?°^,if^ '[^' ^"^ J'l^y^, o- 



ENGINEERING I N S T R U 
MENTS, COR. OF SWAN AND 
MAIN. [See card p. 311] 

Oyster Depots. 

Baker William, Pearl. 

COX S. B., DEALER IN OYS- 
TERS, 295 MAIN. 

Granniss & Co., 315 Main. 

Piatt L. B. & Co., 286 Main. 

SMITH J. J., OYSTER AND 
FRUIT DEALER, WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL, No. 197 
MAIN. [See card p. 254..] 

Painters. 
BARNES JOSIAH CHARLES, 
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNA- 
MENTAL PAINTER, WEST- 



White H. G., 79 and 273 Main 

Paper Hanging. 
Elder & Stearns, 270 Main. 
White H. G., 273 Main 
Wilgus N., 231 Main. 

Paper "Warehouse. 

Brush & Stockton, 190 Washington. 

Birge & Co., 174 Main. 

JEWETT E. R. & CO.. WHOLE- 
SALE DEALERS IN PAPKR 
AND STATIONERY. PRINTER 
AND BINDERS GOODS &c., 161 
MAIN. 

Cline E. C, Goodell and Michigan. 

NELSON D., DEALER IN PA- 
PER AND PAPER BOX MA- 
KER, WASHINGTON NEAR 
EXCHANGE. 



296 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



I>ilO^OOST & NETV^KIRK. 





AND DEALEKS IN 

Cotton Duck, Riisslsi Bolt 
Rope, BoiitiH^, «&c., 

FOOT OF LLOYD ST., 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Patent Ship Steerer. 

PROVOOST SAMUEL A, AGENT 
FOR REED'S PATENT SHIP 
STEERER, FOOT OF COxAI- 
MERCIAL. [See Card, p 304.] 

Patent Socket Screw. 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, AGT., MAN- 
UFACTURER OF PERRY'S 
PATENT SOCKET SCREW, 
OHIO. [See card on colored 
paper, opposite p 256.] 

Patent Solicitor. 

FORBUSH E. B., PATENT AT- 
TORNEY AND SOLICITOR, 
8 WEED'S BLOCK, cor. MAIN 
AND SWAN. [See card, p. 268.] 

Physicians. 

Adam Auguste, 29 PearL 

Amos & Son, 48 Genesee. 

Barnes Josiah, 6 Exchange. 

Bartlett F. W., 70 Pearl. 

Beers Alfred H., 82 Pearl. 

Berry Elizabeth W., 271 South Di- 
vision. 

Bissell E. L., Main. 

Blanchard, Henry C, Main, corner 
Eagle. 

Blanchard Joseph, 327 Michigan. 

Boardman John, 4 West Eagle. 

Bristol Moses, 214 Pearl. 

Brown J. N., 79 Franklin. 

Burwell George N., 66 Pearl. 

Carpenter Josiah, Hudson, N. Fifth. 

Gary Walter, 68 Delaware. 

Comstock Albert L., Albany corner 
JeflFerson. 



Congar H. M., 13 Pearl. 

Dayton, C. L., Niagara, corner Am- 
herst. 

Dayton L. P., Niagara, corner Am- 
herst. 

Dekeintze Charles, 342 Main. 

Dellenbaugh C. C. 133 Ellicott. 

Dellenbaugh Frederick, 87 Batavia. 

Dellenbaugh S. & Son, 538 Main. 

Devening Daniel, 361 Michigan. 

Dodge V. R., cor. Pearl and Erie. 

Dupre Victor, 565 Main. 

Eastman Sandford, 272 Main. 

Edmunds James J., Michigan and 
Fulton. 

Felgeninache.r J. A., 140 Batavia. 

Firmenich Joseph, 302 Main. 

Flagg Samuel D. Jr. 294 Main. 

Frank T. F. 302 Main. 

Furlonge Joseph, Dudley Hall. 

Garvin H. D., 1 Erie. 

Gay Charles C. F., Main cor. Mo- 
hawk. 

Gese Louis, 421 Michigan. 

Gibson Edward, Main cor. N. Divi- 
sion. 

Goldberger J. S., 176 Oak. 

Goldbero-erl. S., 239 Ellicott. 

Gould Wm.,125 Pearl. 

Gray, E. P., 6 West Swan. 

Greiner David, Genesee, n. Johnson. 

Griswold A. S., 232 Main. 

Grosvenor S. L., 9 Commercial. 

Grumholzer, I. J., 200 Elm. 

Guth Ludwig, William, cor. Adams. 

Hadley (George, Main, near Utica, 

Harvey Chas. W., So. Division, cor. 
Washington. 

Hauenstein John, 357 Washington, 

Henderson A. N., 186 Main. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



297 



FRANCIS STACY, 



M.VNlKAt lir.Ki; ()F 




r/iil^Rii SSilrAi/iii li/lJViro 

CORNICES, PUMPS, &o.. 
No. 22 Commercial Street, Buffalo, New York. 



Manufacturers' Propeller, Globe, Porter and Canal Boat Lamps, Sheet Iron 
Conductors, Cornice, Gutters, Eave Troughs, Stove Pipe, Elbows, Japanned, 
Tin and Plain Ware, Canal Boat and Cistern Pumps, Staffs and Cases. Also, 
an assortment of Coal Oil and Lamps, Brushes, SVicks, Chimneys, Paragon 
and Excelsior Burners, etc., etc. 

fig^Job Work done at the lowest price, and warranted to give satisfaction. 



Henner Christoph, 34 Batavia. 

Hill J. D., 2 West Eagle. 

Hill M. W., Botanic Physician, 245 
Main. 

Hinkley A. S., Homoeopathic, 2 
Court. 

Hoge Frank, Main, cor. Utica. 

Hoyt Austin C, 498 Washington. 

Hutchins, C. B., 238 Main. 

Hutchinson Elisha, 43 Seventh. 

Jahnke George F., Genesee, corner 
Ellicott. 

Jansen Augustus, 300 Swan. 

Johnson Chas., 95 Main. 

Jones J. B., 109 Main. 

Jourdon F. X. De llolet, Erie Ex- 
change. 

Kell Charles, 33 East Genesee. 

Kenyon & Wright, 262 Washington. 

Kindcrman, F. W., 429 Michigan. 

King J. E., over 9 East Seneca. 

Krombur Louis, Oak cor. Huron. 

Kuchler G. D., 338 Main. 

Lake J. G., Commercial, cor. Canal. 

Leake W. J., 18 Mart Block. 

Learned Samuel, 22 South Division. 



Legler, Henry T., 70 Oak. 

Lepa Joachim, Goodell, near Michi- 
gan. 

Lewis George W^., Pearl bel. Court. 

Lockwood N. S., over 266 Main. 

Lockwood T., 21 Niagara. 

Loereh Philip, 198 Genesee. 

Loomis H. N., 79 Franklin. 

Lothrop Joshua R., Washington, 
cor. Seneca. 

Lothrop Thomas, 2 West Eagle. 

Mackay Edward, 123 Pearl. 

Marshall William 311 Seneca. 

Mason William H., Jr., 272 Main. 

Mayer 3Iartin, 302 Main. 

McCagg J. W\, 4 West Swan. 

McCRAY G. W\, COMMERCIAL, 
COR. WATER. [See card, p. 
253.] 

Mead Charles, 163 Elk. 

Miner Julius F., 15 Ellicott. 

Miner J. M., 84 Carroll. 

Mixer S. F., 74 East Swan. 

Newell W. A., 5 Seneca. 

Newman James M., 55 Delaware. 

Nichell Henry, 68 Sycamore. 



298 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



G. F. SMITH. 



WM. II. BOWEN. 






DESIGNERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS AND 

RAV 

190* Main Street, Granite Buildings, Third Floor, 
over Breed, Butler & Co., 

BUFFALO, ]Sr. Y. 

Call at the Office, or address Box No. 7G8, P. 0. 



Nott S. E. S. H., 215 Seneca. 

Peltier P. D., Erie Co. Poor House. 

Perkins R. C, cor. Main and Eagle. 

Pratt G. ¥., 8 West Swan. 

Price Vincent C, Bowery, n. Allen, 

Rankin Francis, St. Paul, n. Main. 

Betel Caspar. 96 Pine. 

Retel John, Genesee, near Jefferson. 

Richards & Baily, 148 Main. 

Ring William, 4 Boston Block. 

Robinson Wm., cor. Exchange and 
Main. 

Roche.iter Thomas F., 9 Court. 

Roesch John A., 135 Carroll. 

Samo James B., 7 South Division. 

Schuch Charles C, Ellieott, n. Chip- 
pewa. 

Scott Wm. K., 39 W. Mohawk. 

Shattuck A., 45 South Division. 

Sonnick Peter, Ash, cor. Genesee. 

Sprague A. S., 57 North Division. 

Steele A. J.. Buffalo Gen'l Hospital. 

Stephens J. F., 293 East Seneca. 

Stevenson J. D. G., 237 Seventh. 

Stiger Joseph L., 5 East Genesee. 

Storck E., 161 Ellieott. 

Stowell Mrs., 1 Niagara. 

Strong P. H., 13 East Mohawk. 

Swain John, Carroll, n. Heacock. 

Sweet George J., 15 Elm. 

Thompson William, Delaware, near 
Ferry. 

Tilden J. H., Eclectic, 28 So. Di- 
vision. 

Tobie Edward, Main near Amherst. 

Treat William, 7 South Division, 

Trowbridge Josiah, City Treasurer, 
Mansion. 

Van Arx John, White's Corners, 
Plank road, n, Martin's Corners. 



Voelkner William, 240 Genesee. 

Walsh Nicholas, Terrace, n. Pearl. 

Warner Kenyon & Wright, 262 
Washington. 

Weaver, Nathan, 243 Swan. 

Weidler Frederick, Goodell, n. Good- 
ell, alley. 

Weiss, C, h. 19 Batavia. 

Weyland Francis J., h. 73 Batavia. 

Whittaker Jacob, 5 Kremlin Hall. 

W^hite James P., 460 Main. 

White R. J., 386 Franklin. 

Whitehead I. C. 152 Main. 

Wiggins Dennis B., Botanic, Niag- 
ara, n. Eagle. 

Wilcox Charles H., 22 West Gen- 
esee. 

Williams Avery, 57 East Eagle. 

Williams D. J. R., East, n. Parish. 

Winkler Louis, Batavia, n. Madison. 

Winne Charles K., Washington, cor. 
Eagle. 

WyckoffC. C, 80 Pearl. 

Photographic Artists. 

(See, also, Ambrotypes and Photo- 
graphic Artists.) 

WIGHTMAN GEO. D., PHOTO- 
GRAPHIST ON WOOD, 156 
MAIN. [See card on colored pa- 
per, opposite p. 272.] 

Pianofortes. 

BLODGETT BRADFORD, DEAL- 
ER IN PIANAFORTES, 209 
MAIN. 

KEOGH A. & J., PIANO FORTE 
MANUFACTURERS, 257, 259 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



299 



A. H. Bkown. Sam't,. McCutcueox 

BROWN & McCUTCHEON, 

iUFFALO BiASS FOUNDRY, 

No. 3 ELK, JUNCTION OF OHIO STREET, 

bxj:f:f^i_.o, int. nr. 
1 ^ t 

Particular attention paid to rattern Making'. Stoamboat and Railroad 
Castings, Babbit Metal, itc. Printing Presses and Machinery repaired to 
order. Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Work, Brass and Iron Finishing. Steam- 
boat, Locomotive and Gong Bells, Plumbers' ^^'ork, Brass Cocks of all de- 
scriptions, Couplings, Leather Rollers, Jack Screws, Whistles, Force, Lil'tin<', 
Oil and Fire Engine Pumps. Mercury and Spring Steam Gauges. Distillers' 
and Brewers' Work. Cash paid for old Copper and Brass. 

Agents for Ashcroft's Low Water Detector. 



and 261 WASHINGTON, 
card opp. p. 273.] 
Kurtzman <k, Heinze, State. 



[See 



Picture Frame Makers. 

Brigijs & Co., 7 Swan. 

Brodie A., cor., Niagara and Eagle, 

Duther George A., 12 Exchange. 

GRANACHER L., PICTURE 
FRAMES AND FURNITURE, 
137 GENESEE. [See card p 
313.] 

Houell W., 139 Main. 

Feller G. D, 170 Main. 

Plane Manufacturer. 
Axe G., 233 Seneca. 

Planing Mills. 

Briggs &. Martain, Mechanic. 

Erans J. R., & Co., Mechanic. 

M'Intyre J., <fe Co., Mechanic. 

SCHWARTZ & REBMANN, 
PLANING MILL, ELM, BET., 
BATAVIA AND SYCAJMORE. 



Hart, Ball & Hart, 237 Main. 

IRR & IRRBACKER, PRACTIC- 
AL PLUMBERS AND GAS 
FITTERS, 1, 2 AND 3 ^VEST 
MOHAWK. 

Souierville J. "W., cor. Swan and 
Main. 

Smith John D., 1G2 Main. 

ZOOK LEVI L., PLUMBER AND 
GAS FITTER, 5 COMMER- 
CIAL. 



Postmaster, 



Argus Geo. 



Plasterer, 
WALLS JOHN, PLAIN AND OR- 
NAMENTAL PLASTERER, 
EMILY. [See card p. 259.] 

Plumbers. 
(See also Gas and Steam Pipe Fit- 
ters.) 
HARDIKER & TO YE. PLUMB- 
ERS AND GAS FITTERS, COR. I 
OF NIAIJARA AND PEARL.— 
[See card p. 264.] I 



Printers. 
(See also Newspapers.) 
Felton Chas. E., 7 East Seneca. 
Lockwood, Young & Co., Main. 
PENFIELD T. V N, JOB PRINT- 
ER AND BOOK BINDER, 15 
WEST SENECA. 
Reese G. W., 5 West Seneca. 

Printer's Furniture. 
Roberts E. & Co., 47 Seneca. 



Produce Dealers. 

Acton H., Elk Market House. 

Boughton M. R., cor. Michigan and 
Scott. 

Connolly James, Elk Market House. 

Damon II., 33 Main. 

Evans Chas. W., cor. Erie and Ca- 
nal. 

Frame A. N., Elk Market House. 

Hanegan Mrs., Elk Market House. 



300 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



FREDERICK LAUDENBACHER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 




BRITTANIA WARE, 

Candle Moulds, and Im- 
proved Syringes, &c., 

Cor. Pearl & Seneca Sts.* 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Constantly on hand. Coffee Urns, Cof 
fee Pots, Tea Pots, SuRar and Cream 
Pitchers, Cujis and Tumblers, Castors, 
Soup Ladles, Hotel Lamps, Candlesticks, 
Communion Setts, Swing Lamiis, Fluid 
and Oil Lamps, Block Tin, Antimony 
and Bismuth. 



Jones M , cor. Prime and Dayton. 
Ryan J., Elk Market House. 
Schmeiding C. H. G., Elk 3Iarket 

House. 
Sloan James, cor. Washington and 

Perry. 
Smith J. S., 28 Central Wharf. 

Pumps. 
STACY FRANCIS, MANUFACT- 
URER OF PUMPS, &c., 22 COM- 
MERCIAL. [See card p. 297.] 

Railroad Agents. 

BRADLEY & TOLES, MARINE 
BLOCK, OHIO. [See card p. 

^ 285.] 

^ Lansing Henry L., office cor. Main 
and Swan. 
Movins Julius 175 Washington. 
Myers F. B., G5 Exchange. 
Noble Chas. E., 15 Exchange. 
Randall M., 17 Exchange. 
Richmond Dean, cor. Ohio and 
Michigan. 

Rectifyer. 

NETCHERJ., WHISKY RECTI- 
FYER, ELLICOTT. 

Real Estate Agents and Dealers. 
Baker A., 3 Brown's Building. 
Cutting Thos. S., cor. Washington 

and Seneca. 
Dolan Thos., 13 Exchange. 
Ebenezer Land Office, 330 Main. 
Garretts C, 2 Granite Buildings, 

Main. 



Hastings C. J., 3 Brown's Building. 
Lyon & Co., 2 Browns Building. 
31AHAMA T. IL, & CO., REAL 

ESTATE AGENTS, 232 MAIN. 

[See card p. 314.] 
MEECH A. B., REAL ESTATE 

DEALER, COR., MAIN AND 

SWAN. 
Pickering & Otto, 37 Pearl. 
Pinner M., 236 Main. 
Watson S. V.R., Cor. Ellicott and 

Swan. 
WILSON L., INSURANCE AG'T, 

AND REAL ESTATE, 3 NIAG- 

RA. 

Restaurants. 
(See, also, Saloons.) 

Coan Charles, 96 Main. 

Eva Adam, 110 Exchange. 

FORRESTER WM. H., RESTAU- 
RANT, ALSO, WARM AND 
COLD MEALS AT ALL HOURS 
OF THEDAY AND NIGHT, 100 
EXCHANGE. 

Hintz J., Commercial. 

STULLSTIMERCHAS., RESTAU- 
RANT, WARM AND COLD 
MEALS AT ALL HOURS, 
OHIO., NEAR N. Y. C. R. R. 
DEPOT. 

Thomas Dining, Saloon 157 & 159 
Main. 

WAGNER & CO., RESTAURANT 
AND EATING SALOON. WE 
ARE READY AT ALL TIMES 
TO ENTERTAIN BOARDERS 
AND STRANGERS ON REAS- 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



301 



ill: FURNISiINi STOP. 



MILL STONE, MILL MACHINERY, AND 

I STOi, 

Vulcan Foundry BuiMgs, cor. Water & LaCouteulx Sts., 
BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 

Stationery and Marine Engines built and repaired. All kinds of Job Work 
done on short notice. 

P. F. BARTON, 

Millwris^Ut and Machinist. 



E. WESTON, Agent. 



ONABLE TERMS IN GERMAN 
STYLE, 351 MAIN, 
WELSH (iEORGE. SALOON AND 
BOARDING HOUSE, WARM 
AND COLD MEALS AT ALL 
HOURS OF THE DAY, 120 EX- 
CHANGE. 

Hope Cordage, Cotton Duck, &c. 

FRANKLIN & RAND, MARINE 

BLOCK. [See card p. 248.] 
NEWMAN ct SCOVILL, DEAL- 
ERS IN TARRED AND MA- 
NILLA, CORDAGE, ANCHORS, 
CHAINS, CAPSTANS, &C., ON 
DOCK, FOOT OF LLOYD.— 
[See card, p. 283. J 
PROVOOST SA.MUEL A., ROPE 
AND CORDAGE MANUFAC- 
TUER, FOOT OF COMMER- 
CIAL. [Seecard, p. 304.] 
PROVOOST & N E W KIRK, 
DEALERS IN COTTON. DUCK, 
RUSIA BOLT ROPE BUN- 
TINGS, &c., FOOT OF LLOYD. 
[See card, p. 206.] 

Saddle and Harness Makers. 

Alh & Stock, 557 Seneca. 

BockN., 71 Genesee. 

Carpenter John H., 285 Main. 

Cooke & Lvtie, 10 Exchange. 

Eraser D., X" Bro., 28 Terrace. 

Gillis D., 175 (Jenesee. 

Jansen H. Canal. 

Kolb Geo. M. & Co., 117 and 355 
Main 

LASSON N., SADDLER AND 
HARNESS MAKER, 59 GENE- 
SEE. 



SheriiF J., Canal. 
Weisener Andrew, 250 Genesee. 
Wilson Jno. Q. A., Canal. 
Wolf & Loegler, 362 Main. 

Saddlery Hardware. 

PRATT & LETCHWORTH SAD- 
DLERY, COACH AND TRUNK 
HARDWARE, 34 TERRACE. 
[See card. p. 287.] 

Sail Makers. 

FRANKLIN & RAND, SAIL MA- 
KERS, DEALERS IN DUCK 
CANVASS BUNTING MARINE 
BLK., OHIO. [See card, p. 248.] 

JAMES P. PROVOOST & SON., 
SAIL MAKERS, CENTRAL 
WHARF. [See card, p. 312.] 

PROVOOST & NEW KIRK, SAIL 
MAKERS, FOOT OF LLOYD.— 
[See card p. 296.] 

PROVOOST SAM'L A., SAIL MA- 
KER AND DEALER IN COT- 
TON, DUCK, RUSIA BOLT, 
ROPE BUNTINGS, &c., FOOT 
OF COMMERCIAL. [See card, 
p. 304.] 

Saloons. 

Adlar John. 104 Batavia. 
Allbridge Fred, cor., Genesee and 

Jefferson. 
Anthony James, 3 Water. 
Babst L., 200 Washington. 
Barthel Fred., Cor., Ellicott and 

Genesee. 
Beanier S., 94 Seneca. 
Bement W. H., Prime. 
Bensiuo M., S. W. Division. 



302 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 





J. P. DICKEY & I. P. BOWEM, 

Situated on the Cor. of Michigan & Seneca Sts, 

And within five minutes' walk of the N. Y. & E. R. R., N. Y C. & Lake 
Shore R. R. Depot. 

BOARD, ^l.OO PER DAY. 



Having leased this popular House for a term of years, and re-furnished 
the Parlors, and fitted up the House in good style for the accommodation of 
the drover, farmer and traveler, we take this method to inform the public 
that we are determined to give better fare for both man and beast than can 
be had for the same price in the city. 

Good Brick Stables, capable of holding one hundred horses, with atten- 
tive Hostlers in attendance. 



Berhyat A., Facing the BuiFalo 
Creek. 

Berryman Charley, 16 Main. 

Besancon F. J. Cor., Oak and Syca- 
more. 

Bily Joseph, Cor., Genesee and Elm. 

Black Little, 170 Seneca. 

Blum Peter, 12 East Huron. 

Bram P., Genesee 

Brand J., 53 Exchange. 

Buchheit & Staub, 13 Seneca. 

Burns E., 1 Mart Block, Ohio. 

Burns Ed., Ohio. 

Burns P.. Cor., Commercial and the 
Dock. 

Carr Thos., Cor., Washington and 
Clinton. 

Carroll Helen 162 Exchange. 

Casey H., Ohio. 

Chrispan A., Long Wharf. 

Cline E. C, Goodell and Michigan. 

Collis W., 21 Seneca. 

Council John, 20 Walter. 

Cook, C. L., 191 Seneca. 

Cook John, 7 Water. 

Cook W. J., West side Buffalo 
Creek. 



Cramer P. 94 Batavia. 
Banner M., Sycamore. 
Davis James, Niagara. 
Derr F., Amherst. 
Dood W., 25 Seneca. 
Doerffel Herman, 84 Genesee. 
Drotwine Mrs., 196 Genesee. 
Duff M., 19 Water. 
Ebert Milh, 70 Tupper. 
Endrews George, 82 Genesee. 
Furguson John, Ohio. 
Fick John H., 2 Canal. 
Flynn S., 5 Ohio. 
Forster Baptist, 148 Genesee. 
Fox J., Seneca. 
Francis A., 18 Water. 
Frank John, 86 Batavia. 
Freehearty James, Ohio. 
Freiherr's Saloon, 375 Main. 
Freer C, Long Wharf. 
Freiberger F., Exchange. 
Froalich John, 3 Maiden Lane. 
Fugo W., Ohio. 
Gactz M., cor. Ohio and Main. 
Gagen & Sherwood, 8 Swan. 
Gates Joseph, corner Genesee 
Spron. 



and 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



303 



EAGLE IRON WORKS 

DUNlUli & IlOWEl.L, 

Cor. Perry and Mississippi Streets, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Steam Engines, Water Wheels, Mill Gearing, Tannery Gearing, Circular Saw 
Mill, Muley Saw Mills, Corn Crackers, Architectural Iron Work, 
Iron Window Caps. Iron Window Sills, Rolling Iron Shut- 
ters. Hoisting Machines for Stores, Iron Store Fronts. 

SEHSTID IFOI^ -A. OA-T-i^Z-iOOTJE- 



Gaughet Augus, 28 Sycamore. 

Gerber S., Main. 

Giar Christopher, G Commercial. 

Gill P , Ohio near Michigan. 

Gilk L., 161 Genesee, 

Goodwin P., cor. Scott and Market. 

Graham & Son, 26 Clinton. 

Grann Matice. 22 Main. 

Grant Chas. E., cor. Commerraial & 
the Dock. 

Grawitz C, cor. Ellicott and Huron. 

Greene James, 187 Niagara. 

Hale v., Niagara. 

Hanley Mary, Elk. 

Harborn Frederick, 142 Genesee. 

Heron P. R., foot Main. 

Herring C. W., 311 Seneca. 

Hinnim A., Ohio. 

Hoffar S. J., cor. Washington and 
Maiden Lane. 

Hopkins John, Commercial. 

Hout R.. E., 313 Seneca. 

Huck P. J., 184 Oak. 

Jenkera Mrs., 144 e. Seneca. 

Jocelyn H., 7 Commercial. 

Kelly T., 146 Main. 

Killinger M.. cor. Williams <fe Wal- 
nut. 

Klippel Valentine, 226 Genesee. 

Klug Joseph, 204 Genesee. 

Koehler Alex., cor Washington and 
Eagle. 

Korzilins John, 136 Batavia. 

Kraus J., Chippewa. 

Kron John, cor. Ellicott and Chip- 
pewa. 

Krothwell Jno., 6 Washington. 

Kreig, Pen., 179 Batavia. 

Kuchler i*. G., 31 Genesee. 

La Flan Joseph, Ohio. 



Lautenschlaeger F., Basement Ar- 
cade Building. 

Lawhard Jacob 2 Laviett. 

Lawson Mr. L., Washington. 

Ledig Conrad, cor. Batavia and El- 
licott. 

Lewicott M., 28 Genesee. 

Liebl Mrs. J., cor. Goodell and Elm. 

Linch John, 10 Indiana. 

Lolenz A., 4 Court. 

Lutz John G., cor. Michigan and 
Ohio. 

McCabe Hugh, 118 Exchange. 

McCarthy A., Ohio. 

McMillan J., cor. Water and Com- 
mercial. 

McQuin A., Canal. 

Maloney Michael, 3 Erie. 

Meach George, 195 Main. 

Merriman Charley, 16 Main. 

Metz Charles cor. Exchange and 
Main. 

Metzger F., Ohio. 

Miller P. B., 320 Genesee. 

Miller P., 291 Genesee. 

Miller J., 3 ]\richigan. 

Meller & Bombarg, 379 Main. 

]\Iinkler P., Louisiana. 

Mischo John, Batavia. 

Moninger P., 456 Washington. 

Mooney Peter, 4 Terrace. 

]\Iooney John, Ohio. 

Morran J., 12 Exchange. 

Morse A., 27 Ceniral Wharf. 

Mosier Jas., 100 Batavia. 

O'Brine Thos., 126 Exchange. 

O'Brien Matthew, Ohio. 

Odinger A., 244 Genesee. 

O'Flagg Jno., Ohio. 

O'Grady Edward, 4 Erie. 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




A. PROVOOST, 




AND DEALKR IN 



€Mm §xu\x, §\\mx §ott |lopc, 

BUNTINGS, &c. 

Agt. for Reed's Patent Ship Steerer, 

FOOT OF COMMERCIAL STREET, 

BUFFALO, NEW YOBK. 



Ollerigli John, 181 Genesee. 

Omphalius Gr., Chippewa & Ellicott. 

Pair Enus, West House Block. 

Perry & Edward, 278 Main. 

Pfiefer K., Elk and Michigan. 

Phelps Mrs. C, 167 e. Seneca. 

Pritchard T., Ohio. 

Prcecel John cor. Seneca and Wash- 
ington. 

Quin John, Ohio. 

Rehm G., 379 Washington. 

Rehm Geo. J., cor. Washington and 
Huron. 

Reichard George, Niagara. 

Relf George, 198 e. Seneca. 

RemhardtG., 423 Main. 

Reulman G., Ohio. 

Reutley John, 124 Genesee. 

Rexinger Thos., Elk. 

Reynolds H. B., Chippewa. 

Rhodes Jacob, cor. Chicago and Sen- 
eca. 

RICHARD A., SALOON, ELI- 
COTT. 

Rohn John, junction of Erie and 
Seneca. 

Rose John, Exchange. 

Roth J. A., cor. Michigan and Cy- 
press. 

Ruhlmann L., Ohio. 

Schickel B., Batavia. 

Schmietel Leonard, 585 Main. 

SchootmuUer Jacob, William. 

Schwartz George, 7 e. Genesee. 

Scott A. B., cor. Washington and 
Eagle. 

Scrub Joseph, 83 Main. 

Seeber Conrad, 174 Batavia. 

Seitz C. W., Niagara. 

Slater E., cor. Michigan and Ohio. 



Smelt A., Chicago. 

Smith A., cor. Main and Seneca. 

Smith John, cor. Washington and 
Swan. 

Sohn Jacob, cor. Niagara and Mary- 
land. 

Spiesz John 587 Main. 

Sprickman Lewis, 4 Water. 

Spriessler Jacob, 55 Exchange. 

Stanch T-, Lucketer. 

Steinnietz John, 202 Exchange. 

STENGEL J., SALOON, SYCA- 
MORE. 

Stephens F. J., cor. Washington and 
Chippewa. 

Stet John, Niagara. 

Stressinger Christ, 124 Exchange. 

Strohm C, cor. Ohio and Washing- 
ton. 

Stump J., 95 Genesee. 

Urban Jjewis, 570 Main. 

VADER DANIEL, SALOON, AND 
SAIL BOATS TO LET ; ALSO, 
FISHING TACKLING, NORTH 
SIDE GLOBE MILL'S, FOOT 
OF AMHERST. 

Wagner Caeper, e. Seneca. 

Wolf Christopher, 223 Genesee. 

Wolf John J., 428 Main. 

Walter J. C, cor. Clinton and Elli- 
cott. 

Webster Robert, cor Perry & Mich- 
igan. 

Weiner David, 144 Batavia. 

Weiss J., 171 Genesee. 

Woodward Rawson, 166 Exchange. 

Yager G., Batavia, 

Zellig George, Bennett. 

Zimmer J. Jr., 94 Batavia. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



305 



EXCELSIO R STEAM MILLS. 

P. J. FERRIS, 



MAXUrACTlUKR AND DKAI.KR IN' 



ROASTED & &ROUND COFFEE, 

No. 6 Hanover St., near Main St. Bridge, BufTalo, N. Y. 

N. B. — Coilt-e Roasted and Ground lor Grocers, Public Houses, Steam- 
boats, &c., on short notice. 



rich:a.rd bullymore, 

WHOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

SALT AND SMOKED MEAT, 

!Pork) Lard) Sausages? &c > 

MICHIGAN STEEET, Near the Elk Street Market, 

BUFFALO, IST. Y. 



Salt, Lime and Plaster. 

MORSE C. H., 20 CENTRAL 

WHARF. [See card, p. rJU ] 
Ranney 0. AV., 20 Central Wharf. 

Sand Stone Dealer. 

IIOLLOWxVY LSAAC, MEDINA 
SAND-STONE DEALER, JUNC- 
TION MICHIGAN AND THE 
CANAL. [See card, p. 282] 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. 

Boynton T. N., 48 Clinton. 

Hounson W. & C, Terrace. 

Hustead E. & S., 142 e. Seneca. 

Schnehle Jacob, cor. Oak and Clin- 
ton. 

SCHWARTZ & REBMAN, PLAN- 
NING MILL, AND DEALER IN 
SASH, DOOilS, BLINDS, &c., 
ELM, BETWEEN BATAVIA & 
SYCAMORE. 

Saw Manufacturer. 

Roberts J., W^ashington. 
20 



Scale Dealers- 

PRATT & CO., DEALERS IN 
SCALES, HARDWARE, &c., 28, 
30 & 32 TERRACE. [See card, 
p. 250 and 251.] 

DUDLEY J. G., AGENT FOR 
HOUSE BELLS, SCALIIS, &c , 
93 MAIN. [See card p. 309.] 

Hibbard A: Barns, 520 31ichigan. 

Weeks John, 81 Main. 

Seedsmen. 

Needham Geo. F., 218 Washington. 

Needham J. P., 293 Main. 

WHITE H. C, WHOLESALE & 
RETAIL DEALER in GARDEN, 
FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS, 
338 MAIN. [See card p. 31 1;.] 

Sewing Machines. 

Baldwin H. D., 2:;() Main. 

Coinstock J. & Co., 202 Main. 

Clark Edwin, 272 Main. 

LAWLOR J. D., DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS SEWING MACH- 
INES, 7 SOUTH DIVISION. 



306 LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



MASON & BIDWELL, 

SHIP BUILDING 

AND REPAIRING, 
Buffalo Creek, opp. Foot of Chicago St. 

The undersigned would respectfully inform the public that they are 
prepared to contract for the Building of 

STEAMERS, PROPELLERS, 

Of every description, for the Lakes, Seaboard and Canals, on as reason- 
able terms as any other establishment. 



Having, during the past winter, fitted up TWO OF THE BEST DRY 
DOCKS in this section of the country, we are prepared to do all kinds of 






On the shortest possible notice, and in the most thorough manner. 
Also, all kinds of 

Joiner, Blacksmith and Spar Work 

dointe to oi^idek.. 



S®° We have always on hand and for sale all kinds of SHIP TIM- 
BER, PLANK, KNEES, &c. 

A. S. MASON. C. S. BIDWELL. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



307 



DA.V^ID BELL, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Ilisli and Low Pressure, Marine and Stationery 




NORTON STREET, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Iron and Brass Castings, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Grist and Saw 

Mill Machinery and Blacksmith Work of every description. 

Tug Propellers, Philadelphia and other Propeller 

Wheels, on hand and made to order. 



GEO. MUCRIDGE, 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



SODA BISCUIT, 

BREAD, CRACKERS, 



and every Variety of 



lOAKES AND 



:©TiOJ^ERY, 



COJ^l'L. HOTEL. BLOCK, OHIO STREET, near foot Main. 



BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



Ship Builders. 

MASON cfe B I D W E LL. SHIP 
BUILDERS; Also, TWO DRY 
DOCKS FOR REPAIRS. BUF- 
FALO CREEK, OPP. FOOT OF 
CHICA<;0. [See card, p. 30G.] 

Mills & Walsh, Blackwoll Canal, foot 
of Michij^an. 

Woodward (fe Warner, foot of Erie. 



Ship Chandlers. 

BEMIS P. S., SHIP CHANDLER 
GROCER AND PROVISION 
DEALER, G and 7 OHIO. [See 
card, p. 249.] 

Chapman J. Y., 29 Central Wharf. 

Mack Wm. J., Long ^Vha^f. 

Morse & Porriiie, Lloyd. 

NEWMAN & SCOVILL, SHIP 
CHANDLERS, <fec., ON DOCK, 



308 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



THE AMEKICAN 



SU. L^ ^-J 



P 



OR A TREATISE ON THE 



mmm & scintifii] game oh checkers, 

CONTAINING UPWARDS OF 1,700 GAMES AND POSITIONS, 

BY HENRY SPAYTH, 

Retail Frice, S2.00, T>ost Paid. 

ROSS & TOUSEY, Agts., 121 Nassau St., New York City. 



GIBBONS & HAGER, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



g: 







J 



Lemon Syrup, Sarsaparilla Soda 

AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF SIRUPS, 

. 57 



Orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



309 



JROV 



^^ii^-M^^o^ 



'4^A 



H:n? 



JROVE 

idSrd 



) 



, 'O, 



-.'o;ins resLon 
wochl:ck-rods 



Balls 



\iflX 



No FR\CTICN ON KN^CS 
/ VVEI GHOUT Or LEVEL. . 

MyscauTwithout ap»^ 

/ SIMPLEST nrusE ^.^ 



^"^-^^MAIN ST, BUFFALO, N.V. 



.^'^\ 



G. B. WILSON. 



C. ROSSEEL. 



Or. PI. ^viLsoisr & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



COA^L, FIG- IROlSr 

FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, 

JUNCTION EI.K AND OHIO STREETS, 



FOOT OF LLOYD. [See card, 
p. 283.] 
TAYLOR & JEW 
CHANDLERS, GROCERS 
3L\NUFACTURERS OF OAK 
UM AND STAVES, 4 & 5, MA 
RINE BLOCK, OHIO. 



Silver Platers. 



FTT SHIP Trantle F., 201-!^ Washin<;ton. 
)CFRq AXI) LAUDENBACHER FREDERICK, 
fw nVV MANUFACTURER BUITTA- 



Shipsmiths. 
Donaldson & Bros., cor. Ohio and 

Indiana. 
Shephard A. J., Oliio. 

Shipping Agent. 
[See also Steamboat Agents. 
HUNTER GEORGE, SHIPPING 
AGENT, 42 MAIN. 



NIA WARE, c^c, COR. PEARL 
& SENECA. [See card p. 300.] 

Soap and Candle Factors. 

Coyne J., 20 Hanover. 
Gilbert John M., State. 
Gowans & Beard, cor. Perry and 

Chicacjo, 
Morey II. V., cor. Indiana and Cur- 

rey. 
THOMPSON H., MUNUFACTU- 

RER OF SOAPS AND CAN- 



310 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 





ain Street Buffalo. 



SIDNEY SMITH, Stage Manager. 



J. H. MEECH, TREASURER. 



J8@" Open every Night at 7^ o'clock. Performance commences 
at 8 o'clock. 



I 



WHOLESALE DEALER InJ 

FLOUR, PORK, LARD, BUTTER, CHEESE, 

Beans, Peas, Eggs, Dried Fruit, Clover and Timothy Seed, and Grain of all 
kinds, &c. Also, Dealer in Live Geese Feathers. 

'jSTo. 89 ]M:i^IN STREET, 



DLES, AND DEALER IN TAL- 
LOW, PALM OIL, GREASE, 
SODA ASH, ROSIN, &c., COR. 
PERRY & CHICAGO. [See 
card, p. 261.] 

Sehwartz F. B., 40 Batavia. 

Wheeler Isaac, 4 Batavia. 

Socket Screw. 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, Agent. PER- 
RY'S PATENT SOCKET 
SCREW, OHIO. [Col. paper, 
opp. p. 256J. 



Stained Glass "Worker. 

MYERS W. H., STAINED GLASS 
WORKER. STAINED GLASS 
FOR CHURCHES, DWEL- 
LINGS, STEAMBOATS, &c., 79 
MAIN. [See card, p. 295.] 

Staves. 

Frink H. A. & Co., No. 22 Central 
Wharf. 

Shaw & Kibbs, on Blackwell Canal. 

TAYLER A. C, OAKUM AND 
STAVES WORKS, COR. HAM- 
BURG AND CANAL. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



311 



221 MAIN STREET, BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



A.isr]DiiEAVs & so:n", 




maxi;factuui:i!s ok 



Optical, pathcnuiticul & tf niiiuccvini] ^liv^tvumcnto 

Spectacles with Brazilian and Scotch Pebbles, Gold Frames, Steel 
Bows or Silver Mounted. Importers and Manufacturers of 

MitiiostoPEs, mimm, m 

Barometer Makers, llydraumcters and Therinometers, Improved Mag- 
neto Machines for Nervous Disorders, &,c. 



Persons at a distance requiring Spectacles will please send for a 
Circular. Price Catalogues sent to all parts by mail on application to 

ANDREWS & SOX, 

Institute, Cor. Swan and Main St., Harvey Building, opp. Townsend Block. 



Stave Dressing Machine Manu- 
faetui'er. 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SIIEPARD, Agent, MANU- 
FACTURER OF STAVE DRESS- 
ING MACHINERY. [See col. 
paper opp. p. 256.] 

Steam Bath. 
Adam Dr. A., 2d Pearl. 

Steamboat Agents. 

Cassady B., 37 Exchange. 

Degraff J. J., cor. Ohio and Missis- 
sippi. 

ENSIGN CHARLES, AGENT 
BUFFALO, .MILWAUKEE & 
CHICAGO STEAM BOATS, MA- 
RINE BLOCK, OHIO. [See 
card, p. 3oU.] 

HARRISON J. C, MANAGER & 
A(JENT BUFFALO & CLEVE- 
LAND SIDE-WHEEL STEAM- 
BOATS, OFFICE ON DOCK.— 
[See card, p. 331.] 



Keays W. J. & Co., foot of Wash- 
ington. 

PEASE SHELDON, AGENT OF 
BUFFALO, CLEVELAND & 
CHICAGO LINE, FOOT OF 
MICHIGAN. [See card, p. 332.] 

Steam Engine Manufacturers. 

BELL D., xMANUFACTURER OF 
STATIONARY ENGINES AND 
BOILERS, NORTON. [See card 
p. 307.] 

COLLIGON, F., MACHINIST, & 
MANUFACTURER of l^OKTA- 
BLE STEAM ENGINES, COR. 
PERRY AND WASHINGTON. 

DUNBAR & HOWELL, STEAM 
EN(;iNE BUILDERS, CORNER 
PEIUIY AND MISSISSIPPI.— 
[See card, p, 3U3.] 

RUGER J. S. & CO., STEAM EN- 
GINE AND BOILER MANU- 
FACTURERS, C H ICAGO, 
NEAR OHIO. [See card, pp. 
278 and 279.] 



312 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



JAMES P, PROVOOST'S SON, 
Clieckered. Warehouse, Central Wharf, 

JOHN S. PROVOOST, 

BUFFALO, iSr. Y. 



All orders in the Sail Making line will be punctually attended to with Dis- 
patch. A'*vniitBg§, Bags, Flags made to order, at the shortest notice. 
Sails stored gratis. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1840. 



J. FLEEHA.RTY. 



I 



AND 



Lllilli ii 



NO. Q7 CENTRAL WHARF, 



DE.VI.ER IN 



Highwines, Pork, Flour, Lard, Grease, Tallow, Butter, 
Seeds, and Eectifying Coal of all kinds. 



Particular attention paid to purchasing Produce for Eastern Markets. Ves- 
sels and Freight secured on short notice. 



CHAELES THEOBALD, 

Manufacturer of 

Copper, Tin and Sheet 
Iron Ware, 

Also, Mjiniifacturer of 

HAT AND BONNET STANDS, 

Used in Millinery and Dry Goods 

Stores, such as Vest Stands 

and Ladies' Forms, 

416 MAIN STREET, 

Near cor. of Huron Street, 
BUFFAI.O, IV. Y. 

Jobbing and Pepairing done to order. 



JAMES HOLLISTER, 



PRODUCE 



I2S! 



No. 16 Central Wharf, 



BttJFFAI.0, IV. Y. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



313 



D. M. COONS, 




TVo. 303 3Xaiii Street, 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 

Pictures of every Description made in a Style 
Superior to the Best in the State. 



LORENZ GRANACHER, 

fillSS 

AVAREROOM, 

No. 137 Genesee Street, 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Furniture and Coffin Wareroom, Corner 
Niagara and Hamilton Streets. 

Furniture made to order. Eepairing 
done in a neat style. 

Manufactory on Genesee St. 



JOHN TUPPER, 

WlIOLESALK AUD RtTAJL DlIiLEB IN 

[[AF TOBACCO UIGURS 

AI.PO, 

Manufactured Tobacco 

and Snuff, 

SlOWashiugton St., Arcade Big. 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



J^^All kinds of Leaf Tobacco kept 
con<tantlv on hand. 



SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, Agent, IMANU- 
FACTURER OF STEAM EN- 
GINES FOR STEAMBOATS, 
PROPELLERS, M I L L S A N D 
ELEVATORS, and BLOWING 
ENGINES FOR BLAST FURN- 
ACES, OHIO. (See card, col. pa- 
per, opp. p. 25G.) 

Sutton ct Brothers, La Couteul. 

TIFFT GEORGE W., SON & CO., 
STEAM ENGINE MANUFAC- 
TURER, COR. WASHINGTON 
AND OHIO. (See card, p. 326.) 

Steam Fire Engine Manufac- 
turer. 

SHEPARP IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, A(!ENT, STEAM 
FIRE ENGINE MANUFACTU- 
RERS, OHIO. (Col. paper, opp. 
p. 25G.) 



Steam Forging. 

PAT CHIN T. D., NIAGARA 
STEAM FORGE, COR. PERRY 
AND OHIO BASIN SLIPS.— 
(See card, opp. Index.) 

SHEPARD IRON WORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD Agent, STEAM 
FORGING & BLACKSMITH- 
ING OF ALL SIZES & DES- 
CRIPTIONS, OHIO. (See card 
opp. p. 25G.) 

Steam Guages. 

RAY THOS. S.,SUPT. BUFFALO 
STEAM GUAGE CO., CORNER 
WASHINGTON AND PERRY. 
(See card, p. 2GG.) 

BUFFALO STEAM GUAGE CO., 
J. MAYHEW, Pres't.; THOS. S. 
RAY, Sl-pt.. cor. WASHING- 
TON & PERRY. (See card, p. 
26G.) 



314 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



eu 



^VILLIAM NEILSOIsT, 

Manufacturer and dealer in every variety of 

lie mmi, 

Kept constantly on hand, at Moderate Prices. 
Made to order, and warranted to give satisfaction, at 

NO. ^66 iviA^iisr st]ree:t, 



C. H. MORSE, 



WHOLESALE 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in the ''Newman Brothers" 

AKROISS WATER LIME, 

NO. 20 CENTRAL WHARF, 

BUFFALO, N, Y, 



Water Lime Packing House, corner Ship Canal and Water Street. 



THOS H. MAHAMA. 



A. M. YOUNG. 



T. H. MAHAMA & CO., 

FIRK AND LIFE 



REAL ESTATE 



Real Estate bought and sold, Mortga- 
■ ges and Business Papers negotiated, 
Houses and Stores rented. Rents 
collected, and Taxes paid. 

NO, 232 MAIN STREET, UP STAIRS, BUFFALO, N, T. 
Particular attention paid to Collecting. 



Steam Pump Manufacturer. 

SHEPARD IRON AVORKS, JOHN 
D. SHEPARD, Agent, STEAM 
PUMPING ENGINE MANU- 
FACTURERS, OHIO. [See card, 
Col. paper opp. p. 256.] 

Stone Dealers. 
Ensign E. H., EUicott, near Wash- 
inston. 



Hammiel George, cor. Sycamore and 
Michigan. ■ 

Harron R., Erie. 

HOLLOWAY ISAAC, STONE- 
YARD, MICHIGAN. [See card 
p. 282.] 

Howell Jas., foot of Genesee. 

Whitmore, Rathbun & Co., cor. Hen- 
ry and Erie Canal. 

Stoves and Tinware- 

Brown H. C, 311 Main. 
Bull C. B. & Co., 95 Main, 
lladley & Husted, 217 and 219 

Main. 
Hill F. C, 269 Main. 
Jewett John C, 259 Main. 
Jewett & Root, Mississippi. 
Kellogg & Bonnell, 178 Main. 
Witt L., 255 Genesee. 
Wood, Hubard & Co., Washington. 

Street Railroad. 

BUFFALO STREET R. R. CO., 11 
MAIN ST., S. V. R. WATSON, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



315 



BROOMlYRnSIMNnFACTDRER 

and dealer in 

BROOM CORISr, 

Also, attention given to the 

Sale of Broom Corn on Commission. 

Formerly 1.0CKP0RT, now BUFFALO, X. Y. 

Manufactory and Sale Uooms 3« Green Street, 



D. B. CA.STLni;, 

WaTCHMAKEH Qt JEWEIiEn^ 

aiui general dealer in 

Gold and Silver Watches, Silver Ware, Fancy Goods, &c., 

135 Maiu Stieef. oppoisitc Spauldiiig's Excliaii^e, 

Cash paid for old Silver, add great bargains given in second hand Watches' 
Watch Repairing done in the best manner, and warranted. 



ALEXANDER COLE, 

aiiocEK, 
ir ivncimniTiTir 



WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL. 



Commission Agent for the purchase 
and sale of Sheep Pelts, Hides, Calf 
Skins, Bags, Butter, Poultry, and all 
kinds of Produce. Particular atten- 
tion given to purchasing all kinds of 
Merchandise sold in tlie city, and at 
the lowest rates. Cash paid for Hides, 
Pelts. Wool, Rags, Bees Wax, Copper 
and Bra-s. Liberal advances made on 
consignments. 

163 Seneca St., Buffalo, N.Y. 



Pres't.; CIIAULE.S T. COIT. 
Sec'y. cars leave foot 
OF MAIN STREET EVERY 3 
MINUTES. 

Straw Goods. 
Woodward William 11., 287 Main. 



Surgical Instrument Manufactu- 
rer. 

SIEFFERT J. C, SURGICAL IN- 
STRUMENT MAKER c*c CUT- 
LER, 217 WASHINGTON. 

Tailors. 

Bammcl Francis, 178 Main. 

Binig L., cor. Amherst and Thomp- 
son. 

Canty John C, 1 e. Seneca. 

Cook William, 2 Water. 

Cooley W. S., 7 e. Seneca. 

Corr W., 108 Main. 

Cottstein D., 573 Main. 

Fitzgerald D., cor. Exchange' and 
Main. 

Ilaller John, junction of Eric and 
Seneca. 

Ilickley, 27 n. Davison. 

Ilemmighofen C. P., 15 Seneca. 

Iloyer Lorance, cor. Elk and How- 
ard. 

Johnson Peter, 178 Main. 

Karecrhan James, Park. 



316 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



AGLB BRASS FOUNDRY. 



F. COL]L,IGOISr 
INIST & MM 



PORTA 



OF 



AND 



PALMEK'S EOTAEY LIFTING AND FOEOINa PUMP. 

Beer and Cider Pumps, Punches and Dies, Lathes, Bottle Moulds, Malt 
Mill Rollers, Leather Hose and Rollers, Brass Cocks — for 
Steam, Gas, and Water; Hose and Plain Coup- 
lings, Brass & Copper Castings, 
Gas Fittings, Bab- 
bet Metal. 

Job Repairing done on Short Notice. 

Slaop Cor. ^Vasliiii^ton and Perry Streets, 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



BUFFALO SEED & AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE 

338 Main St., opp. Court House Park, Buffalo, 3SI". Y. 



H. C. WHITE, Ag-ent, 

■WIIOLKS'ALE AXD RETAIL DEALEE IN 

harden, Field & Flower Seeds 

In all their Varieties, fresh and genuine. Dealer, also, in Farming Tools, 

Machines and Implements. Hay Cutters, Corn Shellers, 

Horse Powers, etc. 



Prompt attention to Coinmission Sales of Clover, Timothy, and other 
Seeds. Advances made on.Consignments. 



Kernman J., 2 Genesee. 


West Fred., 162 Genesee. 


Krest Frank, cor. Ohio and Macki- 


Young John, 116 Exchange. 


naw. 
Renz M., 170 Batavia. 


Tanners. 


Ryan J., Commercial. 


Bull J. B. & Co., 21 Lloyd. 


Schneider J., cor. ]Main and North. 


Bush & Howard, cor. Chicago and 


Smith J. C, Niagara. 


the Canal. 


Sweet L., 230 Main. 
Sulzbach A., Exchange. 


Telegraph Oface. 


Weseh Fred., 132 e. Seneca. 


Buffalo Telegraph Office, 358 Main. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



517 




DKALKIl IN 

WINES, LIQUORS, ALES, AND CIGARS, 

Foreign and iDomestic Frnits- 

ALSO, 

PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT. 

Liberal advances Made on 
BUTTER, EOaS, POTATOES, &c. 

No. 3 Old Custom House Block, Prime St., and No. 94 Seneca St., 
BUFFALO, NEW YOHK. 



GEORGE L. BURNS, 

CLASS STAINER 



FRES€0 PAINTER, 

S04 Wasliiiift-toix !->tx*eet 

Opposite the Post Office, 

BUFFALO, i\. Y. 

Lead and Iron Sash of all sizes made to 
order. 



Theater. 

METROPOLITAN THEATER, 
MAIN. [8ee card, p. 310.] 

Threshing Machine. 
Fischer <k Weilauds, 520 Michigan. 

Tin, Copper & Sheet-Iron Work- 
ers. 

Arnbrust J., 79 Genesee. 

Burr C., William. 

Bowes Jacob Elk. 

Britton N., junction Pearl and Com- 
mercial. 

BROWN & McCUTCIIEON, BUF- 
FALO Bli AHS FOUNDRY, COP- 
PER, TIN AND SHEET-IRON 
WORK, lo ELK. [See card, p. 
299.] 

Case & Co., cor. Ohio and Washing- 

DUBURN A. M., TIN SHOP, 
LAMPS. &e.. 29COMME11CIAL. 

ELSING IlOilST F. H.,TINSM ITJ I, 
134iV B.\TAVIA. [See card, p. 
249.] 



Hauck A. & Kiefer, 395 Main. 

Hirsch A., 330 Genesee. 

Hofheins Alex., 190 e. Genesee. 

Krech Clias., 72 Genesee. 

North Julius, cor. Michigan and n. 
Division. 

Nye M., Niagara. 

Saus Lewis, 140 Batavia. 

Schmitt Auclm, Seneca. 

THEOBALD CIIAS., TIN, COP- 
PER AND SHEET -IRON- 
WARE. 41G MAIN. [ See card, 
p. 312.] 

Watson J. M., Elk. 

Tobacco Manufacturer. 
Wisner L. P. it Co., Niagara. 

Transportation Company. 

VANDENBEKGH & CHARD, 
NOR T H-WESTERN TJ'vANS- 
PORTATTON CO.. MARINE 
BLOCK, OHIO. [See card, p. 
252.] 

Trunks, Valises, &c. 

Eckert -John. e. Seneca. 

Kihlberg J., 219 Main. 

Leonard N., 27 Seneca. 

NEILSON ' WILLIAM, MAN U- 
FACTURER & DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF TRUNKS, 
VALISES, SATCHELS, CAR- 
PET BAGS OF EVERY VAR- 
IETY, 244 MAIN. 

Renicie J., 19G Main. 

Turners. 
Adler Albert, 373 Main. 



318 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



ETNA IRON FOUNDRY. 



± 



I 



JOSEPH P. DUDLEY, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 



ASTI 




OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

Cor. State and Fly Sts., Buffalo, N. Y- 

O. B. UNDERHILL, Siipt. 

BRASS AND IRON FINISHING DONE TO ORDER. 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Dint? Pill? Pi^TdK 

No. 16 Genesee St., 

Between Main and Washington Sts., 
BUFEALO, N. Y. 

Avery J., Mechanic. 
Bochman G., 102 Genesee. 
Haines F., Sycamore. 
Klein J., Clinton. 
Wailehle S., Amherst. 

Type Foundry. 

Lyman N., 18 and 20 w. Seneca. 

Umbrella Makers. 

Hess Mrs., Genesee. 
Beckman Peter, 386 Main. 
Hesse E., 308 Main. 
Milliugton E. H., 314 Main. 

Undertakers. 

Crowley S., 357 Main. 
Farnells E. & H. D., 15 Pearl. 
KRAFT F., COFFIN MAKER & 

CITY SEXTON, HURON. 
Rodney J. & Son, 10 Court. 

Upholsterers- 
Armstrong 0., Commercial. 
Elder & Stearns, 270 Main. 
RAEKER AUGUSTUS. UPHOL- 
STERER, BATAYIA, BET- 
WEEN OAK AND ELM. [See 
card, p. 248.] 



U. S. Dispatch. 
Kirkpatriek J., Mart Block, Ohio, 

Variety Stores. 

Beyer Philip, cor. Main and Chip- 
pewa. 
Davis John, Elk. 
Hellreigel Henry, 576 Main. 
Love Archibald, 191 Chagra. 
Volger Edward, 320 Main. 
Walker John, 424 Main. 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Somerville S., between Canal and 
AVatcr. 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 

KLIPFEL CHAS., CIDER VINE- 
GAR FACTORY, 231 ELM. 
Rieblinger Joseph, 320 Genesee. 

Wagon Manufacturers. 

(See, also, Carriage and Wagon 
Manufacturers.) 

BARKER WM., MANUFACTUR- 
ER OF WAGONS, CARRIAGES, 
WHEEL BARROWS & DUM- 
PERS, 98 E. SENECA. 

Behring A., Ellicott. 

Bowen D., 209 Seneca. 

Dilver N., 417 Main. 

Lexaur C, Genesee. 

LANG ABRAHAM, MANUFAC- 
TURER OF WAGONS AND 
PLOWS, COR. PERRY AND 
CHICAGO. [See card, p. 254.] 

Rice D. S., 296 e. Seneca. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



319 



H. M. GAYLORD, 



SUCCESSOR TO DEXTEU DELDEN', 



DiiiiR IN hmwim & \mm i 



MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES, 

Monuuiciits, Tombstones, Wash Slabs, Farlor Crates, 
PLASTER, MARBLE DUST, &c. 

CORNER ERIE & TERRACE STREETS, 
BUFFALO, ]Sr. Y. 



■Watchmakers. 
(See, also, Jewellers.) 

Budell W., 8 Genesee. 

Burcli Mrs., l^erry. 

CASTLE D. B., WATCH MAKER 
AND JEWELLER, AND GEN- 
ERAL DEALER IN GOLD AND 
SILVER WATCHES, SILVER 
WARE AND FANCY GOODS, 
&c.. 135 MAIN. [See card p. 315.] 

Church Ralph, 96 Swan. 

De Younp; J. J., 147 Main. 

DICKINSON THOMAS, WATCH 
AND CLOCK MAKER, JEWEL- 
RY CAREFULLY REPAIRED, 
ACCORDIONS TUNED AND 
REPAIRED, 370 MAIN, BUF- 
FALO. 

Goodrich E. H., 183 Washington. 

Hillfin^'er M., Clinton. 

Hotchkiss H.,21() Main. 

Hovey D. A., 3(j(J Main. 

Keyer Lewis R., 83 Seneca. 

Kuster C. A., 156 Batavia. 

Loeberick Chas. A., 382 Main. 

Losson C, 51 Exchange. 

Robson J. 0., & Co., 139 >Iain. 

Sherman & Barnes, 189 Main. 

Shurly C. J., 151 Main. 

Walker Julius, 185 Main. 

Weiber J., Batavia, 

Young Michael, 223 Oak. 



Whip Manufactory 

MUNROE WM. G., WHIP MAN- 
UFACTURER WHIPS MADE 
TO ORDER AND REI'AIRED 
ON SHORT NOTICE, 359 MAIN 

White Lead. 

NIAGARA WHITE LEAD CO., S. 
G. CORNELL, PROP, CORNER 
DELAWARE AND VIRGIN- 
IA. [See card, p. 320.] 

Wig Makers. 

GRAUSS J. J., MANUFACTURER 
OF WIGS, TOUPEES, BRAIDS, 
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 328 
MAIN. [See Card, p. 290.1 

Majot A., Cor., 31ain and North 
Div. 

Wines and Liquors 

ABEL C. L., DEALER IN BRAN- 
DIES. WINES, (JINS, SEGARS, 
TEAS, TOBACCO, &c., COM- 
MERCIAL BLK.,OHIO. 

Barrows E. G.,& Co., 213 and 215 
Washington. 

Barr R. W., 212 Washington. 

BACKER PHILLIP k CO., IM- 
POUTERS AND WHOLESALE 
AND RHTAIL DEALERS IN 



320 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



THE NIAGARA 

WHITE LEAB GOMPAMY! 

MAIVlJFACTilRERS OF 

Superior White Lead, Ground in Oil and Dry, 

AND ZINC AND OTHER PAINTS, PUTTY, &c. 

CORNER DEI.AWARE AND VIRGINIA STREETS, 

S^ &-. C&Malf^E.S.Ij^ Proprietory 

BUFFALrO, 'X'ErW YORK. 



WINES, LIQUORS, GROCE- 
RIES, PRODUCE, PAINTS, 
OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, NAILS, 
DYE WOODS, DYF STUFFS, 
NUTS AND FRUIT, 384 MAIN. 

Besli C. A., 180 Washington. 

BREMER L., WINES LIQUORS, 
FRUITS, PRODUCE AND COM- 
MISSION M E R C II A N T, 3 
PRIME AND 14 SENECA. [See 
card, p. 317.] 

Comstoc'k Martin, 21 Main. 

Damainville A., 1C3 Main. 

Diehl & Parker, 2C3 Main. 

Dorst Jacob, 3G7 Main. 

Fero J. R., Terrace. 

FERO ROBT. JR., DEALER IN 
WINES, LIQUORS SEGARS, 
&c., 119 W SENECA. 

Fuclis Brothers 390 Main. 

GIBBONS & II AGER, 57 Exchange 

HERON EDWARD, IMPORTER 
AND DEALER WINE, LIQ- 
UORS, CIGARS, (fee, 12 MAIN. 

Hog .1., 113 Batavia. 

Howell & Smith, 34 E. Seneca. 

HULBURT G W., & CO., IMPOR- 
TERS OF WINES AND LIQ- 
UORS, 143 SENECA. 

Keraaper Chas.. 112 Exchange. 

Bevr & Lang, 53 Main. 

Knight James, 224 Main. 

Laing Jacob, 51 Main. 

Libbay Jaaies, 182 Wtishington. 

Loverid^ie E. D., 176 Washington. 

MATTHEWS&TALM AN, WINES 
AND LIQUORS, 334 MAIN. 

MILLRING H., GROCERIES, 
PROVISIONS, WINES, LIQ- 
UORS, &c., COR., CAROLINE 
AND TUPPER. 



Murray Bros., 7 Terrace. 

Person C, 220 Elm. 

Powell N. 0., 215 Seneca. 

ROBINSON WMt F., WHOLE- 
SALE AND RETAIL DEALER 
IN WHINES, LIQUORS, &c., 
COR. INDIANA AND OHIO. 

SAUERWEIN HENRY, WINES, 
LIQUORS, CIGARS ALES, &c., 
8 Court. 

Sirret Emile, 235 Main. 

STEVENS P. S., IMPORTER AND 
DEALER IN BRANDIES, GIN, 
WINES, cfec, 290 MAIN, COR., 
OF EAGLE. [See card, p. 281.] 

Stover Theadore, Cor., Sycamore and 
Michigan. 

Thomas W. G., 199 Washington. 

Wynhamer James, 1 Clinton. 

Wood Dealer. 

Barr AVm., Scott. 
Daniel J. M., Michitran. 
HURLBERT EDWIN, WOOD 

YARD, GREEN OFP., BUFF. 

AND ERIE DEPOT. 
Kilderhouse J., Church. 

Wool Dealer. 

Piatt A. B.,4 Commercial. 

STRELL JOSEPH, DEALER IN 
WOOLEN GOODS, 142 BATA- 
VIA. [See card, p. 249.] 

Yankee Notions. 

Cone IT., 194 Main. 
Friday F., 116 Genesee. 
LOBACKG., YANKEE NOTION 

STORE, 127 GENESEE. 
Ryan Mrs. C, 23 Ohio. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



321 



WM. H, GLENNY, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IX 

CHINA, GLASS, 

CROCICiRY, 

GAS FIXTURES & PLATED WARE, 

No. 162 Main and 17 Pearl Street, 
BUFFALO, M. ¥. 



SMITH & BROTHER, 










No. 267 Main Street, 

CLAREXDOX BLOCK, 

BUFFALO, I^. Y. 



Gentlemen's Hats and Caps made to Order. 

21 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




■OSEPH WAEHEN & CO., Prop'rs, 

NO. 178 "WASHITsTOTON ST. 



THE DAILY COURIER, 

Six dollars per annum, or one sliilling a week. 

THE WEEKLY COURIER, 

Published every Wednesday, one dollar pev annum, in advance. 

THE EVENING COURIER AND REPUBLIC, 

A Penny Daily, three dollars a year, or six cents a week ; subscriptions in- 
variably in advance. 



TERMS OF ADVERTISING 



BY THE SQUARE, IN THB DAILIES. 

Twelve lines or leas make a square. For one sqtiare, one insertion, 
qiiont insertion, up to one week, 25 cents. 

1 square, 2 weeks $3 00 

1 square, 3 weeks 4 00 

1 square, 4 weeks f> 00 

1 square, 2 raontlis 8 00 



cents. For each subse- 

1 square, 3 months $10 00 

1 square, G niontlis IG 00 

1 square, 9 months 18 00 

1 square, 12 months 20 00 



Yearly Advertising, $40 per annum, the space occupied not to exceed two squares at any one 
time. One square, changealjle quarterly, if desired, jf20. Two squares, $35. Each additional 
Square, $10. 





The Courier Establishment is supplied with ten Steam and Hand 
Presses, by means of which it can turn out work with great dis- 
patch and promptness, and in the best possible style. 

Eailroad Tickets, both Local and Coupon, Bank Cliecks 
and Drafts, &c., Consecutively Numbered, 



(is Js^(Ji1j) 



lOOic <& aros owfice 



Is provided with the latest styles of Types, Borders, Ornaments, &g., includ- 
ing all the newest and most fashionable improvements in Typography. 

Orders for any style of work executed in the very best manner. 
Books, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Bank Checks, Bill Heads, Circulars, Steam- 
boat Bills, Eailroad Bills, Fancy Show Cards, Law Cases, Deeds, Insurance 
Policies, Manifests, Way Bills, Posters, Progi'ammes, Labels, Envelopes, &c. 



Particular attention paid to accuracy and neatness in the execution of 

f tintiuj^, ^iudiufl and ^ulintj at ^ooh^^ 

For Banks, Eailroad and Steamboat Companies, County Clerks, Insurance 
Companies, Lawyers, Forwarders, Shippers, Merchants, Hotel Keepers, 

Manufacturing Establishments, &c., &c. 
B®" Orders from out of town will be attended to at once, and the work 
forwarded as desired. 
JOSEPH WAEREN. F. H. MASTEN. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



323 



WM. T. WAUDWKI.I.. 



GKO. C. WEBSTER. 



LEWIS U. JOY. 



WARDWELL, WEBSTER & GO., 



MANIFACTURERS OF IMPKOVED 



..ilJjiju 



TERIi 



n 



J. 



n 



uliij, 



AND SUPERIOR BURNING & MACHINERY OILS. 



DKALKRS IN 



Sperm, Whale, Linseed, Tanners , 

AND ALL OTHER OILS, 

No. 157 Washington Street, adjoining Canal Bridge, 

BXJIFIF'^I-.O, IN". Y. 



WARREN & BROTHER, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



WAREEN'S IMPROVED 

Fire and Water Proof 

COMPOSITION ROOFS, 

AND DEALERS IN ROOFING MATERIALS, 

ALSO, MANUFACTURERS OF 

LAMP BLACK, BENZOLE, NAPHTHA, <fcC., 

Office over* 323 Main St., 
iUFFALO, M. ¥. 



324 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



WAMfORTI 




I 



H. T. 



Adjoining New York Central, Lake Sliore, and New York & Eric 
RAILROAD DEPOTS, 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



THE MOST CONVENIENT HOUSE 



i:t^ THE CITY. 



The Wadsworth House has recently been Painted, Frescoed and Fur- 
nished throughout, and is now one of the best appointed 
Houses in the State. Its proxinity to the principal 
Railroad Depots, renders it particularly 

Desirable t o Travelers 



AS A STOPPIN<T PLACaS, 

While none of the old prejudice which has existed against Houses conti- 
guous to Railroad Depots, can attach to it. 



ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 300 GUESTS. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 325 

TURNER BROTHERS, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



Ginger Wine, Cordials, Syrups, 

BITTERS, NATIVE WINES, &.C. 



I*/rA.3SrXJFJ^CTOE.IES .A.T 



NEW YORK, BUFFALO AND SAN FRANCISCO. 



These article? are put up and sold in packages as follows. 

Bottles — in boxes, with one dozen bottles each. Kegs ot five, ten and twenty gallons 
eacli. Barrels from forty to forty-five gallons. Casks from si.\ty and eighty gallons, 
and upwards. 

g^"No charge for Barrels and Casks of forty gallons and upwards. The following 
named articles comprise a part of our list. 

Ginger Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Assorted Cordials, Port Wine, 

Raspberry Brandy, Curacoa, California Wine, Peach Brandy, 

.Vbsinthe, Blackberry Wine, Ginger Brandy, Raspberry Syrup, 

Raspberry Wine, Apple Brandy, Pure Lemon iSyrup, Sherry Wine, 

Forest Wine Bitters, Common Lemon Syrup, Sweet Malaga Wine, Stoughton Bittere, 

Sirop de Gomme, Cherry Brandy, Essence Peppermint, Assorted Syrups, 

H^^Also various SYRUPS, CORDIALS, WINES, &c., which are not here enumera- 
ted, that are put up in a similar manner. 



All articles manufactured by us are WARRANTED to keep in any climate, and im- 
prove while they retain their original delicious flavors. They are highly concentrated, 
and put up in packages which are suitable and safe to ship to any part of the world. — 
They are now among the principal articles of export, therefore shipped at the lowest 
rates. 

Our Wine Cellars, in combination, are the most extensive of anything of the kind in 
the world, containing the pure juice of the finest flavored fruits grown on the Western 
Continent; all of which are prepared respectively in iheir seasons, thus producing their 
full fine flavors, with all the original strength and freshness preserved, which we present 
in the shape of the best and cheapest Wines ever introduced to the public. 
r ♦ < 

OL'K (iOOr)S ARK SOI.U AT WHOLESALE 1!V THE riilNCIl'LE 

GROCERS, DRUGGISTS, LiaUOR AND WINE DEALERS 

In all the Principal Towns and Cities throughout North and South America and in 
many parts of Europe and Asia. Also at Retail, by Dealers gener- 
ally among all civilized nations. 



PRICE CUKRENT LIST 

Furnished on application, by mail or otherwise. 

Post Ofkke Adduess. — Turner Bros., New York. Turner Bros., Buffalo, New York 
Turner Bros., Sau Francisco, Cal. 

All communications should be addressed, (to either of the above,) to the place which 
is most convenient for transacting the business required. For particulars see Price list. 



TURNER BROTHERS. 



326 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



GEORGE W. TIFFT, SONS & CO., 



Successors to the 



Buffalo Steam Engine Works, 

COE. WASHINGTON AND OHIO STKEETS, 
BUFFALO, N. Y., 

Manufacturers of 





AND 



ml 



['<^<iM'4C^'^< 



ERY GEARING, 

BEASS CASTINGS, 

iiufliliUu I uliiiii imrkhmhN I o 

House Castings, &c., &c.. 

And Machinery generally, and 

BLACKSMITHING, in all its Branches, 

under the superintendence of 

TV^M. I>. MO ORES. 



ar attention will be given to the Repairing of Steamboat and 
Propeller Engines, and Machinery Repairs of all description. 

Stationary Engines novr on band, & for sale at low prices. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 327 



J. SA.aE & soisrs, 

MAP PUBLISHERS, STATIONERS, 

ENGRAVERS & LITI06RAFHERS, 

XO. 209 MAIW STREET, BUFFALO, IV. Y., 

OVER SAGE & SON'S PIANO ROOMS. 

PUBLISHERS OF SAGE & SONS' 

NEW AND RELIABLE RAILROAD MAPS. 



WEDDI^^G, VISITING AXD BUSINESS CARDS 

Engraved and Printed in the Finest Styles. 

DRUG, LiaUOR ANB PERFUMERY LABELS 

KEPT IN STOCK. 

J. SAGE & SONS. 



T. B. TILDEIsT, 

B U 1 1^ 



AND DEAI.KR IN 



Nova Scotia, Calcined and Stucco Plaster, Marble Dust, Water- 
Lime, Cement, Quick-Lime, Bricks, 

and other Materials appertaining to the trade. 
OFFICE NO. 11 FRANKLIN STREET, 

BUFFALO IRON RAILING WORKS. 



GEORGE JONES, 

mi lAiiT Mm, iir iiiifi, mifwy Ruinc, 

IRON SHUTTERS, &C., CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. 

CORNER TERRACE AND HENRY STEETS, 



328 LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 

R. M. EDUT. R. M. BINGHAM. 

CLINTON IRON WORKS. 

— . . < ^ > » » ■ 

EDDY & BIHGHAM, 

Cor. CSiisrcli & Jackson Sis., near tSae Gas TVorlis, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WEOu GET < CAST IROIm FEMOES 

VER^NDA^HS, BALCONIES, 

stairs, Bank Doors, Vaults of Boiler Iron, Iron Window Shutters, Grates, Iron 

Window Sash, 

CAST IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES AND BRANCHES, &C. 



Particular attention given to Castings for Buildings, Gas Factories, Piano 
Forte Factories, Lamp Posts, Horse Posts, Machinery Cast- 
ings, Window Weights, Sleigh Shoes, Sewer 
Traps, and Job Castings generally. 



WM. W. WIIITMORE, Lockport. CHAS. II. RATHBUN, BuflFalo. 

WM. CARSON, Rochester. 

WHITMOEE, RATHBUN & CO., Buffalo, 

WM. W. WHITMOEE & CO., WHITMOEE, CAESON & CO., 

LOCIvFOIiT. ROCHESTER,. 

CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

LOCKPORT AND MEDINA 

Flagging, Curbing, Platforms, Coping, Steps, Door and 

Window Caps and Sills, Paving and Building 

Stonoj Water Lime, &c., 

PAVING, FLAGGING, SEWERS, &,C., LAID DOWN ON SHORT NOTICE. 

Yard in BuiFalo, Corner of Henry Street and Erit Canal, near Erie St. Depot. 
Yard in Lockport. Corner of Lock and Pine Streets, opposite Canal Lock. 
Yard in Rochester, Corner of Fitzhugh St. and Erie Canal, near Court House. 




AND BUSINESS DIRECTORV. 



329 



# 



OI]L.« OIX^ 



i^. s. i^ji:a.se:. 



whoi.k.sam: dkalkr in and 







61 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. 



The attention of Dealers and Consumers is called to the following list of 

FliRE^ FRESH & SuPERIOR OILS 

Pure Sporm Oil, Winter and Spring; Elephant Oil, Refined, Bleached; Pure 
Olive Oil; Whale Oil, Winter and Spring, Refined; Lard Oil, Winter 
and Summer, Strained ; Lard Oil, Filtered and Refined expressly 
for Druggists' use; Improved Signal Light Oil, for Steamers 
and Railroads, unequaled for Burning ; Axle Oils, for Rail- 
roads; Doping and Metallic Oil, for Axles and Heavy 
Bearings ; Tallow, Wool and Red Oil ; Tanners', 
Bank and Seal Oil; Linseed Oil, Boiled and Raw; 
Lard and Stearine Oil, Packed for use or 
shipping; Coal Oil of every descrip- 
tion ; Varnish and Turpentine. 

I^E^SE'S IMF»ROVED 

ENGINE AND SIGNAL OIL 

FOR RAILROADS, STEAMERS, PROPELLERS, 

For every class of Machinery, and for Burning, is Superior to Sperm or any 

other Oil whatever, and the only reliable lubricator that is a Superior 

Burning Oil, that will keep Bearings Cool and will not Gum. 

This Improved Oil possesses qualities vitally essential for lubricating and 
burning, and found in no other Oil. It is 33 per cent, cheaper in price, and 
will last 25 per cent, longer, than the best Sperm Oil. 

For sale only by the Inventor. 

F. S. PEASE, Maiinfiicturcr and Wholesale Dealer in Oil, 

NO. Gl MAIN STREET. 



Reliable Orders filled for any part of the United States or Europe. 



330 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



f 



i861 




1801 



uffiiLy^ ifilLWAUlLLLr 



.i^ 3sr X) 




TfPUCIIlJVG^ ^T 



INTERMEDIATE PORTS WHEN PRACTICABLE. 



The following First Class Propellers will run reguLarly the ensuing sea- 
son, between the above mentioned Ports, leaving the Dock, 
foot of Mississippi Street, Marine Block, every 

mmi THUBSDiiY JiiiD smuRDiiY immi: 

PotiimaC, - - - Capt. Gebhard. ACIUe, ■ - Capt. Hathaway. 

Racine, - - - - " Brett. Iowa, - - - " Hunt. 

Pittsburgh, - - " Beckwith. Nile, - - - " Briggs. 

Queen of the Lakes, " Crary. Buffalo, - - " Penny. 

Susquehanna, Capt. Webster. 



FOE FBEKJHT OR PASSAGE, 

AppSy on Hoard, or to 



Marine Block, Buflalo. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



331 



1861. 



1861. 



BUFFALO & CLEVELAND 

m 




TICKETS GOOD ON STEAMERS! 



Tl MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILROAD CO., 



SPIjF^JVnin STE^tJflERS 



n ^ >* 



^ir 



UlS^ltA^^ 



% 



2,100 TOx\S BLRTIIEIV, 

A. D. PERKINS, Commander. 

J^ InT ID 

WESTEei WIETBOPiUS, 

2,000 TO^S BIRTIIEX, 

L. B GOLDSMITH, Commander. 

WILL LEAVi BUFFALO 

Alternately every evenitifr, Saturdays and Sundays excepted, at 10 
o'clock, after the arrival of the Express Train from New York, connecting 
at Cleveland with Special Express Train, arriving: at Chicago at 10 P. M. 
next day, over Michigan Southern Air Line Koad. 

LEAVE €LEVELANB FOR BUFFALO, 

Every Evening, Saturdays and Sundays cxccjited. at 0:00 P. M , after 
arrival of Trains from South and West, making morning connections at 
Buffalo for New York, Niagara Falls, &c. 

J. C. HARRISON, Manager, 

liult'alu. New York. 



332 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



BUFFALO, ClEVElAl Al CHICAGO Ml, 

IS COMPOSED OF 

TWELVE FIRST CLASS SCREW STEAMERS. 



BUFFALO, CLEVELA 



MI 







Touching^ when Practicable at 



Detroitc MacMaaOc Ifiaaiioiroc 



9 

Sheboygan, Port Washington, Racine, Kenosha and Waiikegan, 

Forming a Daily Line, running in connection at Buffalo with 

TMi WEW ¥ORK iENTiAL RAlii'OA®, 

THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, 

And the Troy and Erie, and Troy and Western Lines of Canal Boats, 
On the Erie Canal. 



FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE APPLY TO 



JOHN H. MORE, Agent New York Central 

Railroad, No. 239 Broadway, New 

Yoik. 
A.H. PETERS Agent, No. 9 Astor House, 

Broadway, New York. 
HUOH ALLEN, "t Agt's W. T. Co. No. L 
A. COLSON, / Cceniies, ship. N. Y. 

W. C RICE, Agent Troy & Erie, aud Troy 

& Western Lines, No. 7 Cccnt^es slip, 

New York. 
JAMKS SMITH, Agent New York Central 

R. R. Co., No. 69 Washington street, 

Boston, Massachusetts. 
W. F. HURD Agent W. T. Co., Boston, 

Massachusetts. 
A. A. WEMPLE, Agent N. Y. C. R. R., 

Albany, New York. 
S. G. CHASE, Agent W. T. Co., Albany, 

F. Y. 



J. A. J SPRAGUE, Agent N. Y. C. R. R., 

Troy, N. Y. 
H. A. GRISWOULD, Agent W. T. Co., 

Troy, N. Y. 
L. R. MORRIS, Forwarder, Cleveland, 0. 
J. L. HURD & CO., Forwarder Detroit, 

Mich. 
JOHNSTON & HODGES, Forwarders, 

Manitowoc, Wis. 
J. F. KIRKLAND, Forwarder, Sheboygan, 

Wis. 
J. J. TALLMADGE, Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. 
DUTTON & RAYMONDS, Forwarders, Ra- 
cine, Wis. 
KENOSHA PIER CO., Forwarders, Keno- 

sho. Wis. 
W. H. WRIGHT & CO., Forwarders, Wau- 

kegan, 111. 
RICHMOND & TUTTLE, Agts, Chicago, 111. 



SHELEON PEASE, Managing Agt., Office Foot of Michigan St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



333 



RAG AND PAPER WAREHOUSE 



L. C. WOODRUFF, 



Proprietor of the 



a. 




FILLS PAPER IILLS 



LIVINGSTON PAPER MILLS, ■ 

24 and 26 Pearl Street, 

BUFFALO, ]Sr. Y., 

Sells all kinds of Paper at Manufacturers Prices. Pays CASH at all 
times for any quantity of PAPER RAGS. 



THEODORE BUTEER, 



jOOKSEIjL 



LEe, PUBLISHER I. STATIONER 

NO. 159 WAIN STREET, 

IBUFFALO, N. Y. 



STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS ON HAND, 



At the Very Lowest Prices. 

BookSj Paper asid Blank Wark^ 

Sold at the Lowest New York Prices. Purchasers are invited to call and 
examine before purchasing 




334 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



D STONE 



DEALER IN 



Flagging, Platforms, Curbing, Caps, Sills, Steps, 
Coping, Paving and Building Stones. 

Office and Yard on Erie Canal, Junction of Chnrcli and 
Genesee Streets, Buffalo, N. Y. 

All orders addressed by Mail or left at the office will be promptly at- 
tended to. 



HOMER & CO. 



SUCCESSORS TO E. 0. BROWN & CO. 

Importers sxncl Dealei's in 



ill 



'^ w 




m. 



175 Main Street, next to HoUister Buildings, 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



M. H. WOODWARD, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 








ARTIFICIAL FLOWEES, 



ۥ 



, „ s, Velvets, 

AND MILLINERY ARTICLES, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 335 

CLEVELAND AND 





ERIE RAILROAD. 

1 ^ » 

This Road lies along the South shore of Lake Erie, between Cleveland, Ohio, and 
ICrie, Pennsylvania, and is 9'i^ miles in length. The alignmeni and grade of the 
lload i? remarkably favcruble, being almost an air line, and the grades only fifteen 
l'( et to the mile, It forms a link in the. 

@REJIT ONE BETWEEN 

NEW YORK, NEW ENGLAND, 

And the Western and Southern States 



DIRECTORS. 

Win. Collins, Stillman Witt, Wm. Case, Sam. J. Riimlall, James Miles, Thos. M. Kelly, 
II. B. Payne, J. B. Johnson, C, C. Dennis, W. D. Beattie, Amasa. 
Stone, jr., E. M. Gilbcit, II. White. 

OFFICERS. 

A STO.VE, Jr President. 

GEORGE B. ELY Hecretary and Treasurer. 

C1IARL?:.S COLLINS Chief Engineer. 

HENRY NOTTINGHAM Superintendent. 

ADDISON HILLS ,- ...General Freight Agent. 

J. W. CARY General Ticket Agent. 



List of Stations 

MILKS. 



Cleveland 

Kuclid 9 



MILES. 

Saybrook 49 J 

Ashtabula 54 1 



Wickliflf 14i Kingsville OOj 

Wiloughby 18i;('onneaut <>7^ 

Mentor 22i,"Springfield 75^ 

I'ainesvillo -JO JGirard 80 

IV-rrv .''.4.ljFairvie\v 81,1 

Madison .iOil'.Swanhille 87 

Cnionville 42 Erie 95! 

Geneva 454' 



336 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




This Road connects at. Dunkirk with the 



At Bufi'alo with the 



M\T 



1 lORI CHTEIL 



1 



1 ^ a il 11 H 



And at Erie with the 

CLEVELAND & ERIE RAIL ROAD. 



This Road is Eighty Miles Long. 

< ^ > > 

OFFICERS: 

GEORGE PALMER President 

DEAN RICHMOND Vice President 

R.N. BROWN Superintendent 

C. K. LOOMIS General Freiglit Agent 

J. A. BURGH General Ticket Agent 



List of Stations: 



MILES. 

Buffiilo 00 

Hamburg 10 

18 Mile Creek. lb 

Evans's Centre 21 

Saw Mill 26 

Irving 29 

Silver Creek 31 

Dunkirk 40 

Salem 48 

Portland 50 



Westfield 57 

Ripley 62 

Quincey 65 

State Line 68 

North East 37 

Moreheads 77 

Harbor Creek 80 

Wesley ville 84 

Erie 88 



RAILROAD DEPARTMENT. 



13Q1- xaei- 

THE ilLLiFONTilNE 

Rail Road Line, 

AND ITS CONNECTIONS, 

FORM THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST, 

And in every respect the most Desirable Route 

FROM lADIAlVAPOLIS TO ALL EASTERN CITIES. 

"■ This being exclusively an Eastern Route, offers advantages in time and 
distance over any other Route from Central and Western Indiana. 

ELEGAIVT SLEEPIIVO CARS 

Are run on each night train, affording passengers a comfortable night's 
rest, without interrupting their journey. 

All the Modern Improvements adding to the safety, comfort and con- 
venience of the Traveler, have been adopted on this Line. 

By this Route can be procured at the Union Pcpot, Indianapolis, and 
at all the principal ticket offices in Western Indiana. Ask for tickets 
via the Bellefontaine Line. 

The especial attention of the Shippers of Freight and Live Stock is 
called to the advantages offered by this Route. A Stock Express and 
Freight Express Train leaves Indianapolis daily, Sunday excepted, after 
the arrival of Freight and Stock trains on L. & I., T. H. & R., and Jef- 
fersonville Railroads, running through to Cleveland, Pittsburg, Dunkirk 
and Buffalo, without change of cars or delay, and making direct connec- 
tion at these points with Stock Express trains on the N. Y C, N. Y. & E., 
or Pennsylvania R. R., reaching Philadelphia in about three and one-half 
days. New York in four days, and Boston in four and one-half days from 
Indianapolis. 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS, 



CHICAGO 

Railwa 




COMPOSED OF THE 

Chicas'© & Slock IsBasid^ I'eoria Branch, and 

Mississippi <& MissouFi Railways, 



ONLY DIRECT ROUTE FROM CHICAGO 

TO JOLIETT, LA SALLE, PEEU, PKOEIA, EOCK 

ISLAND, DAYENPOET, WASHINGTON, IOWA 

CITY, FOET DES MOINES, COUNCIL 

BLUFFS, AND ALL POINTS IN 

CENTRAL AND WESTERN IOWA. 

asscnger Depot corner Van Buren and Slierman Streets, Cliicago. 



A^IST EXPRESS TRA-IN 



Running through to Iowa City and Washington without change of cars 
at the Mississippi River; making dii-ect connections at La Salle with 
trains of the Illinois Central Railway for Dubuque, Galena, Cairo, St. 
Louis, and intermediate points; at Peoria, with the Peoria, Oquawka & 
Burlington Railway for Galesburg and Burlington, at Iowa City and 
Washington, with Western Stage Company's line of Mail Stages to Oska- 
loosa, Pella, Knoxville, Indianola, Fort des Moines, Winterset, Council 
Bluffs, and all the principal places in Central and Western Iowa, Kan- 
sas and Nebraska. 



'9 

Via this Line, can be procured at all the principal Railway ofEces in the 
United States and Canadas. 

Henry Farnum, Pros. Chicago & R. I. Railway, Chicago. John A. Dix, 
Pres. Mis. & Mo. Railway, New York. John F. Tracy Gen'l Supt., Chi- 
cago. W. H. Whitman, Asst. Supt , Rock Island. 

1¥. i:.. ST. JOHM, 

Gen'l Freight and Ticket Ag't, Ciiicago. 

2 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ciisrciis] isr^Ti, 
Hamilton & Dayton 




Trains run through to 

RICHMOND, LIMA, SANDUSKY AND 

WITHOUT CHAIVGE OF CARS. 

CONNECTIONS ARE MADE AS FOLLOWS: 
A.T DA-YTON, 

With Daylon «fe Michigan Raihray for Troy, I'iqua, Sidney, Lima, &c. 
Also with Greenville & Aliami Railway for Greenville, Union, Winches- 
ter and Muncie. 

AT RICHMOND, 

With Indiana Central Railway for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, 
Terre Haute. St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also with Cincinnati k 
Chicago Railway for Anderson, Kokoino and Peru. 

FOR CLEVELAND AND PITTSBURG, 

Via Delaware, make close connections at Crestline for Pittsburg, Bal- 
timore, Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for Dunkirk, Buf- 
falo, Boston and New York. 

THROUGirTi^ETS, 

For all Eastern, Western, Northern and North-western cities. 
S. S. L'lIOMMEDIEU, President, Cincinnati, 0. D. McLAREN, Su- 
perintendent, Cincinnati, 0. P. W. STRADER, Gen. Ticket Agent, Cin- 
cinnati, O. 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



1S61 



THE OKCEAF. 

PLEASANT AND EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE 



BET'WEEEISr 



THE Ei^ST & ^V^EST, 



IS TSrOSTiJ' B-Y THE 





DETROIT & MILWAUKEE 

Two Express Trains Leave Detroit Daily 

With Passengers for Pontiac, Holly, Fentonville, Flint, Saginaw, Owos- 
80, St. Johns, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Port Huron, Muskegon, Chicago, 
Milwaukee, St. Paul, St. Anthony, and all points on the Mississippi River. 

FIRST CLASS RELIABLE FERRY STEAS^ERS, 

Built expressly for this line, ply on the Lake to and from each train. 



CLOSE CONNECTIONS MADE AT DETROIT, 

With the Great Western Railway, of Canada, for Buffalo, Rochester) 
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, &c., &c. 



For particulars, see Company's Time Table, to be had at any of 
the Stations on application. 

The Telegraph Line is now open for public business. Parcels and 
light packages forwarded by all passenger trains, at very moderate 
rates. W. K. MUIR. Gen'l. Sup't. 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ILLINOIS CENTRAL 

RAILWAY. 

m m 

MAIL AND PASSENGER ROUTE 

FKOM 

NEW YORK TO NEW ORLEANS, 

AND ALL SOUTHERN CITIES, VIA 

Tiie Cliicag;o and Illiiioi*^ Central Kailnay. 

Two daily trains leave Chicago from the Great Central Depot, morning 
and eveninfr, upon the arrival of the trains from New York, running 
through without ohange of cars or baggage, and making direct connec- 
tions on ihc Mobile & Ohio Railway, for Trenton, Jackson, Memphis and 
Grand Junction, Tenn.; Holly Springs, Oxford, Grenada, Coffeeville, Can- 
ton, Jackson, Vicksburg and Natchez, Miss.; New Orleans, La.; Mobile, 
Ala.; and Galveston, Tex. Connections are also made at Cairo with all 

BOATS ON THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RIVERS. 

The trains of the Michigan Central, Michigan Southern, and Pittsburg, 
Fort Wayue and Chicago Railways, make direct connections with the 
Illinois Central Railway at Chicago. 

The Northern Route from New York to New Orleans offers to passen- 
gers unrivaled inducements. 

Are attached to all Night Trains. The Changes are less, and the Time 
hy ihis Route is qtiicker than by any other, being only 83 hours from 
New York to New Orleans; 77 hours from New York to Vicksburg; CO h'rs 
from New York to Memphis; and 50 hours from New York to Cairo. 

I'HROUGH TICKETS ANDlAGGAGECHicKT 

To all mportant points, can be obtained atall the principal Railway and 
Steamboat offices throughout the United States and Canailas. 

Fare as Low as by Any Other Route 



Wm. H.Osborne, Pres., New York City. G. B. McClellan, Vice Free., 
Chicago, 111. J. C. Jacobs, Supt. Northern Div., Amboy, 111. Robert 
Forsyth, Gen. Freight Agent, Chicago, III. John J. Sproull, Gen. Agent, 
New York City. 

W, R. ARTHUR, Gen'l Supt., Chicago. 

W. P. JOHNSON, Gen. Passenger .Ag't, Chicago. 

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RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



1861. 



'r:E3:E 



1861. 



GREATJ]]MUL ROUTE. 

Indianapolis & CoTumbus 

SHORT LINE. 

THREE DAILY TRAINS TO COLUMBUS, 

Without Change of Cars. 




RAILWAY. 

This Line is the Great Central Short Line from St. Louis to Dayton j 
Columbus, Pittsburg, Cleveland, New York, Boston, and all intermediate 
points, and is the most desirable route in its facilities and accommoda- 
tions to passengers and shippers. 

Passangers having tickets via this route, can take choice of the four 
Great Eastern Lines. 

Only one change of Cars between Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Wheeling 
and Cleveland. 

Being of uniform gnage with all Railroads East of Indianapolis, this 
Route offers unparalleled inducements to shippers of live stock and 
freight. 

Passengers desiring to take advantage of the Short Line must be par- 
ticular to call for Tickets via 



NDI&HiPOUS, DUI 



LUMBilS, 



The only direct Route to Zanesville, Newark, Steubenville, Pitttsburgi 
Wheeling, &c. 

The only Route through Richmond, Hamilton, &c. Two daily trains con- 
nect at Cincinnati with Kentucky Central Railroad for Cynthiana, Lexing- 
ton and Paris. Also, with River Packets for Parkersburg, Marietta, &c. 

SECURE YOUR TICKETS VIA INDIANA CENTRAL. 

HORACE PARROTT, Gen I Ticket Agent 
HENRY L. POPE, Superintendent. 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 




SHORM urn BY THIRIY Mil. 

The Only Route Withont Change of Cars. 

THREE TRAINS LEAVE INDIANAPOLIS DaIlY 

On arrival of Trains from 

PeruJ.^a^yett^^ 

THROUOH TO CINCINNATI, 

In Advance of all Other Routes, 

Connecting at Cincinnati with all the 

GREAT EASTERN AND SOUTHERN 

RAILROAD LINES, 

AND WITH STEAMEES ON THE OHIO EIVEK. 

Patent Sleeping and Smoking Cars on this Route. 

FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE. 
BagrS^^Se Clieclied Tlii-oiTj^li. 

H. C. LORD, W. II. L. NOBLE, 



President. 



Gen 1 Ticket Agent 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JEFFERSONVILLE 




THE GREAT SOLTTHEliN 

OMITli STITES 

F 



TO TP3:E 



IV. 



Loiaisville, Kentncky, 

CONNECTING WITH TRAINS ON THE 

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. E, 

AND WITH LOUISVILLE AND MEMPHIS AND 

sville & New Orleans. Line Packets 

FOE KASHVILLE, 

CHATTANOOGA, MEMPHIS, 

VICKSBUEG. JACKSON, 

HUNTSVILLE, NEW OELBANS, 
AND ALL THE PEINCIPAL 

soxjTi3:Ei?,nsr oities. 



(Sunclays Excepted.) 



Passengers from the North, East and West, will find the route by the 
way of Indianapolis and J efFersonville Railroad, the most Expeditious 
route to the Principal Cities in the West and South-west. 

TimOXJO-H mOELESTS 

Sold in all the principal Railroad and Ticket Offices in the Eastern and 
Northern States. Remember the route, via Indianapolis and Louisville, 
Tia JefFersonville Railroad. 

A. S. CAROTHEBS, Supt 
H. H. REYNOLDS, Gen'l Ticket Agent. 



RAILROAD ADVERTISIMENTS. 



lAFAYETTi 1 1 





Jbi A> X Ju ix U A, JJ9 



IS THE 

Shortest and Most Direct Route 

FKOM CHICAGO TO 

INDIANAPOLIS, LOUISVILLE, MADISON, CINCIN- 
NATI, DAYTON, COLUMBrS, WHEELING. 
BALTIMOEB, PITTSBUEG, PHILA- 
DELPHIA, NEW YOEK, AND 

All Eastern Cities and Towns. 

TWO TRAINS LEAVE CHICAGO DAILY, 

(Except Sundays,) 

Cars running through without change to Indianapolis, making direct and 
close connections at Indianapolis for all Towns and Cities as above, and 
Central and Southern Ohio, and Indiana and Kentucky. 



To Louisville by 23 Miles. Dispatch given to Freights by this Route, 
and taken as low as by any other Route. 



Sold in all the principal oflices throughout the AVcst. Be sure and ask 
for Tickets via Lafayette and Indianapolis. 

W, F. REYi^OIiDS, Prest., Lufuyctte. 

J. 0. D. LILLY, Supt., Indianapolis. 
WM. P. WATSON, Ticket Ag't, Lafayette. 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LOGANSPORT, 

RAILWAY. 



COlSTlSrEOTIOlS'S. 

Connects with Toledo, Vf abash & Western Railway; Louisville, New 
Albany & Chicago Railway; Chicago Branch of Illinois Central Railway; 
St.. Louis, Alton & Chicago Railway; Illinois Central Railway, (Main 
Line, and Peoria, Oquawka & Burlington Railway. 

Distances from Logansport to 



stations. 



Distance. 



Burnettaville 11 Miles. 

Monticello 20 

Reynolds 26 

Clermont 34 

Tivoli 48 

Sheldon 62 

Middleport 71 

Gilman 85 

Chatsworth 101 

Fairbury 112 

Weston ,..116 

Chenoa 123 

Gridley 131 

El Paso 138 

Secor , 145 

Cruger 154 

Washington 159 

Peoria 171 

Burlington 265 



OFFICERS: 

CHAS. A. SECOE, Prest., New York City. 

WM. II. CEUGEE, Supt., Peoria, 111. 

CHAS. E. FOLLETT, General Ticket Agent, Peoria, 111. 

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EAILEOAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GKEAT CENmLJ^UTE. 

The Michigan Central 

RAIL ROAD, 

Between Cbicago and Detroit, (284 miles,) is one of the connecting 
links in the direct line of Railway Communication between the Atlantic 
Seaboard and Chicago, the Mississippi Valley and the West. 

ITS EASTERN CONNECTIONS 

Are at Detroit with the Great Western Railway for Suspension Bridge, 
Niagara Falls Buffalo, Albany, New York, Boston, &c , and with the 
Grand Trunk Railway for Montreal, Quebec, Portland, &c. 

MIDDLE CONNECTIONS, 

At Michigan Citv with the New Albany & Salem Railroad to New Al- 
bany, Louisville,' Greencastle, Lafayette, Cincinnati, and all interior In- 
diana points. . ,,,,.,. n » 1 

At Lake Station with the Joliet Division of the Michigan Central 
Railroad, intersecting the St Louis, Alton & Chicago Railroad ft Joliet 
for Springfield, Alton and St. Louis, and the Chicago and Rock Island 
Railroad for Davenport, Muscatine, Iowa City, and all Central Iowa. 

Also, at .Matteson with the Illinois Central Railroad for Cairo, and all 
Lower Mississippi River points. 

WESTERN CONNECTIONS, 

At Chicago, (at the Great Central Depot,) with the Illinois Central Kail- 
road to Dunleith, and the Upper Mississippi, also, to Central i inois 
Cairo, Memphis, New Orleans, and all intermediate points by all Kail 

or River. „ , , t. i- . 

With the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, to Galesburg, Burlington, 
Quincy, Ottumwa, Hannibal, St. Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City etc. 

With the Galena and Chicago Union to Dixon, Fulton, Galena, Dun- 
leith, and all Upper Missis.sippi River Points. 

Also, direct communication with the Chicago and Milwaukee, Chicago 
and North-Westcrn, Chicago and Rock Island, and the St. Louis, Alton 
and Chicago Railroads. . 

8^° The facilities and reputation of this Lhie and its Eastern connec- 
tions for the transportation of Freight and Live Stock, are too well 
known and appreciated to require further notice. 



OFFICERS 

Jen 

D 

Ag- 



iJ Jt! J? X «^ Ji. -ITi- i^ • 

J W. Brooks, President, Boston; R. N. Rice, Gen'l Sup't, Detroit; C, 
H. Hurd, Ass't Supt, Detroit; H. E. Sargent, Gen^l Ag t, Chicago; T. 
Frazer, Genl Ticket Agt, Detroit; 11. J. Spalding, v\ ester n Ticket As t. 



Chicago. 

u 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 




THE ONLY ALL RAILROAD ROUTE TO 




E 



AND ALL POINTS 



if 



AND MAKING CLOSE CONNECTIONS WITH THE 

LA CROSSE AND MILWAUKEE R. R. 

IN MILWAUKEE, AND THE 

MICHIGAN CENTRAL 

MICHIGAN SOUTHERN, 
And Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago Railroad, 

And also the Principal Roads leading South and Soulh-west from Chi- 
cago, also with the Racine and Mississippi Railroad, at Racine, 
and Kenosha and Rockford Railroad at Kenosha. 



CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE 



AND AT THE DEPOT IN MILWAUKEE, FOR ALL PBINCIPLE POINTS. 

1S&,SS^^SG> Ol3LOols_oca. ■3?la.3?oxi§;lx, 

12 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



RACINE & MISSISSIPPI 

RAILROAD, 

AND ITS 

CONNECTIONS. 



Thft Racine and iSlississippi Railway cxtem.ls from Rncine, on Lake 
Michigan, to Freeport, Illinois, 104 miles. 

At Clinton Junction, 5'J miles from Racine, a connection is made with 
the Chicago and North-Western Railway, forming 

A DIRECT THROUGH ROUTE 

From Freeport to Chicago; and from Galena, Dubuque and the Missis- 
sippi River, Iowa and Minnesota, by the connection made at Freeport 
with the Galena Branch of the Illinois Central Railway. 

O P^ I^ I C E IR. S r 

G. A. Thompson, General Manager, Ilacine, Wisconsin. Matt. Taylor, 
Superintendent, Racine, Wisconsin. A. J. lledburn, Sec. and General 
Ticket Agent, Racine, Wisconsin. R. C. Tate, General Freight Agent, 
Racine, Wisconsin. 

This Road, now completed to Freeport, forms with its connections, the 

Shortest, Cheapest and most Expeditious Route 

From Racine and Milwaukee to all parts of .Southern Wiscon-'in, North- 
ern Illinois and Iowa. 

Through Fares $3 00. Way Pares about 3 cents per Mile- 



CONNECTIONS. 

Connects at Racine with Chicago & Milwaukee Railway. Also, by 
Steamers for Chicago and Grand Haven. Crossing of Chicago & North 
Western Railway. Connects with Beloit Branch of Galena and Chicago 
Union Railway, and Beloit & Madison Railway. Connects with Illinois 
Central Railway. 

STAGES LEAVE Burlington for Rochester and Waterford; at Spring- 
field, for GcneTa; and at Elkhorn for Whitewater. 

13 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FROM 

CHICAGO TO SAINT LOUIS 

■VIA. 




^ND CHIOA.aO 




Carrying the Great American Express and IT- S. Mails. 

Traius leave Chicago daily (Sundays excepted) from their Depot, 
corner West Van Buren and Canal streets, (as perTlme Table,) in direct 
connection, from all the great Eastern Through Lines. 

IvsLim Run Directly Through 

WITHOUT CHANGE OF CAKS. 

IONS. 

At Chicago, with all the Great Eastern and Northern Lines. 

At Joliet, -with Eock Island Railway west, and "Cut Oif' ' east. 

At Peoria Junction, ^Yith Peoria and Oquawka Railway for Peoria, 
Galesburg, Burlington and intermediate places. 

At Bloomington, with Illinois Central Railway, North and South. 

At Springfield, with Great Western Railway, East for Decatur, &c.; 
West for Jacksonville and Naples. 

At Alton, with Terre Haute & Alton Railway East, and Steamers on 
the River. 

At St. Louis, with Ohio & Mississippi Railway East, West by Pacific 
Railway and Missouri River steamers to Northern Missouri, Kansas and 
Nebraska. Also, to all points on the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers. 



TtLrough. Tickets 

Can be procured at all the Eastern Railway OEBces; at the Company's 
Office, No. 48 Dearborn street, opposite the Tremont House, and at their 
new Depot, corner of West Van Buren and Canal streets, Chicago. 

J. Price, Treas., Chicago. N. H. Moore» 



R. B. Mason, Sup't, Chicago 
Gen'l Freight Agent, Chicago. 



14 



RAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Trains leave Terre Haute for Indianapolis daily, (Sundays excepted,) 
as follows : 

FIRST EXPRESS TRAIiW 

Leaves Terre Haute at 2.55 A. M., and arrives at Indianapolis at 

5.25 A. M. 

SECOl^D EXPRESS TRAIl^. 

Leaves Terre Haute at 4.10 P. M., and arrives at Indianapolis at 7.00 
P. M. 

These trains make close connections at Indianapolis with Traiks for 

m YORK, BOSTON, WiSHItlGIOII CIIY. 

Phifedelphia, Baltiraore, Cincinnati, Lonisville, &c., 



Leaves Terre Haute at 7.0-' A. M., and arrives at Indianapolis at 
10.35 A. M., stops at all way stations, and connects at Indianapolis 
with Trains for 



CLEVELAND ANE> MADISON, 



s, 



Passengers will please procure Tickets before enterinpj t)ie Cars. 
Through Tickets for all the Eastern Cities, kc, to be had at the Ticket 
OflBce. Freight trains leave daily. Except Sunday. 

E. J. PECK, President and Supt. 
CHARLES WOOD, Secretary. 
JOHN SCOTT, Treasurer. 

15 



EAILROAD ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE GREAT SOUTH-WESTERN 

y.sjAiL&fXPiifssRouniosuouis, 

Via Indianapolis and the 




AND ST. LOUIS 




This is the only Route by which Passengers can reach East St. Louis 
without the intervention of omnibus or steamboat from Alton. 

106 miles in distance, and several hours in time saved, over the routes 
via Chicago. 

50 miles in distance and seven hours time saved over the route via 
Cincinnati. 

This route connects at Pana with the Illinois Central Railway for 
Springfield, La Salle, Rock Island, Burlington, Galena and Dunleith. 
Also, for Cairo, and all Southern points on the Mississippi Riy.«r. 

Passengers purchasing Tickets should call for them via Terre Haute & 
St. Louis Railway. 

The attention of parties emigrating to Kansas is called to this line, as 
being the shortest, quickest, and most direct route there. 



im. 



® 



Baggage checked through from BuflFalo, Dunkirk or Cleveland, and no 
charge for handling, 

5@"Freight taken through at low rates, and with despatch. 

THItOXJGMI TICIilETS 

By this desirable route can be obtained at all the principal Railway 
OflSces in the East. 

WM. D. GRISWOLD, Pres't and Gen'l Sup't., Terre Haute, Ind. HENRY 
C. MOORE, Sup't Western Div., St. Louis, Mo. JOHN W. CONLOGUE 
SuP't Estern Div., Terre Hante, Ind. R. TONSEY, Sec'y and Treas., 
Terre Haute, Ind. H. Q. SANDERSON, Gen'l Ticket Agent. 

16 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 353 

IfllllSl'lllE. lEW AlBAIY, 

AND CHICAGO 









CONNECTING AT LOUISVILLE WITH 





ill! Ilillli 

Steam Boats on the Ohio River. 



THE THROUGH TRAINS 

CONNECT AT 

GREEN CASTLE 

With the Terre Haute and Richmond Railway, and at 

Xi XX Jt jBi X Ju X X 1^9 

With the Trains of the Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway; at M. S. 
Crossing, with Michigan iSouthern and Northern Indiana Rail- 
way ; at Michigan City, with the Michigan Central 
Railway for Chicago, and all west and north- 
west, and for Detroit, and 

^LL POINTS EA^ST. 
R. E. RICKER, «up't, 

New Albany, Indiana. 
DAiVIEL F. eRIFFII¥, 

General Ticket Agent. 

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354 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



CLE^EL^IN D 



AND 




This Road is one hundred and twelve miles in length, and is a part of 
the GREAT LAKE SHORE LINE between BuflPalo and Chi- 
cago, which is the 



IliRICIl. 



Trains upon this road make direct connections at Toledo with Detroit and 

Toledo Railroad, Toledo and Wabash Railroad, and Michigan 

Southern and Northern Indiana Railroad for all 

points in the 

WEST, IRTH-WEST Al SOUTH-WEST. 



Connections are also made at Fremont with the Fremont and Indiana 
Railroad; at Clyde with the Sandusky, Dayton and Cincinnati Rail- 
road; at Monroeville with the Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark 
Railroad; at Grafton with Cleveland, Columbus and Cincin- 
nati Railroad, and at Cleveland with the Cleveland and 
Erie, Cleveland and Pittsburg and Cleveland 
and Mahoning Railroads. 

For all Points in the East. 



OFFICERS OF THE IROA^T). 

J. B. WARING, President Cleveland, Ohio. 

L. D. RUCKER, Superintendent " 

H. C. LUCE, Secretary and Treasurer " 

J. U. PARSONS, General Ticket Agent " 

T. S. LINDSEY, Freight Agent 

A. L. WHITE, " " Toledo, 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 355 



N. Y. CENTRAL 

R A_ I L R O A. 73, 

DOUBLE TRACK, 

FOR 

NEW YORK & BOSTON. 

1 » I 

The New York Central Railway, running the entire length and 
through the most populous part of the State, forms one of the great, oldest 
and best managed links of communication between the East and the West. 

It has two Eastern termini, one at Albany, and the other at Troy, con- 
necting at Schenectady, and running thence west through Utica, Home. 
&e., to Syracuse, from which point there are two roads running to Roch- 
ester, known as the "Direct Koad," viz: Port Byron, Lyons, &c., and tht' 
''Old Koad," viz: Auburn, Cayuga, Geneva, Canandaigua, A:c. From Koch- 
ester there are also two roads running West, one through Lockport, (fee. to 
Niagara Foils; the other through Batavia, (fee, to Buffalo. Also a branch 
commencing at Buffalo, and running along the banks of the Niagara River, 
through Tonawanda, and the village of Niagara Falls, to Lewistown ; and 
likewise a branch Irom Tonawanda to Lockport. 

At either Albany or Troy, passengers for New York and intermediate 
places connect with the Hudson River Railway, Harlem Railway, or (du- 
ring the season of navigation) with North River steamers. Passengers for 
Pittsfield, Springfield, Worcester, Boston, Hartford, New Haven, Provi- 
dence, and intermediate places, connect with Western Railway and its con- 
nections. Passengers for Saratoga Springs, Rutland, Burlington, Mon- 
treal, and all places North, also connect by Railway from either Albany. 
Troy, or Schenectady. Passengers for Sharon Springs leave the Central 
Railway at Palatine Bridge, and go from there by stage. Those for Cherry 
Valley, Cooperstown, and places South, leave at Fort Plain. Those for 
Trenton Falls leave at I'tica, and go by Railway. Those for Watertown 
and places North connect with the Rome & W. Railway, at Rome. 

At Syracuse, the Central Railway connects with the S. ife B. Railway, 
running to the Erie Railway at Binghamton, and with the 0. &, S. Rail- 
way, running north to Oswego. At Canandaigua with the E. C. & N. 
Falls Railway, running to the Erie Railway at Elmira. At Rochester 
with the B.. N. Y. cfe E. Railway, running to the Erie Railway at Corning, 
and with steamers for all ports on Lake Ontario. At Buffalo with steam- 
ers on Lake Erie (during the season of navigation), and with the Lake 
Shore Railway to Erie, Cleveland, Sandusky. Toledo, and thence to Chi- 
cago by Michigan Southern Railway. At Niagara Falls passengers con- 
nect with the Great Western Railway (Can.) to Detroit, and from thence 
to Chicago by Michigan Central Railway. At Lewistown passengers 
connect (during the season of navigation) with steamers for Toronto and 
all ports oil Lake Ontario. 



Commodioas Sleeping Cars are adariied to the Mght Traias, Tunning East and West, on thb Rjad. 



356 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 




A.NT> 





OPEIED FOR BUSINESS MAY 13, 1861. 



Through Distance to Chicago, 280 miles — 42 miles shorter than by any 
other Route — Through Time 11 Hours. 




EFIN 




ON ALL NI^HT TKAINS. 

Passenger Trains Leave Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Depot, and 
run through to Chicago without Change of Passenger or Baggage Cars, 
in less time than by any other route. 

For all information, and Through Tickets, please apply at the offices, 
south-east corner of Front and Broadway; west side of Vine Street, be- 
tween the Post Office and the Burnet House; Nos. 7 and 9 West Third 
Street; Sixth Street Depot, and 1G9 Walnut Street. 

Freight Trains leave Cincinnati and run directly through, without re- 
billing or transhipment. 

JOeiV BRAIVa>T, Jr., 

Superintendent, Richmond, Ind. 

C. E. FOLLETT, 

General Ticket Ag't, Richmond Ind. 

S. W. CHAPIflAIV, 

Gen, Freight Agent, 169 Walnut St., Cincinnati, 0. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



357 



Cl^EVELA-lSrD 



PI 



AND 





in connection witli the 



PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 

Forms the shortest l^oute to 

BOSTON, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, HARRISBURG 
AND PITTSBURG. 



Connections are made at Cleveland with the 

lYELAlD & TOL1B0 E, E. 
a Diinti 

Also, with Steamers from Buffalo and Detroit. 

A.T BELLAIR, 

With Central Ohio Railroad. 

A-T STEXJBE^TV^ILLE, 

"With P., C. and C. Road, forming the two Shortest Routes between 

PITTSBHRG AND CINCmATL 

i^T ^VHEELESra, 

With Baltimore and Ohio Railroad for Baltimore and Washington City. 



THROUGH TICKETS CAN BE FROCURED 

By either of these Routes at the lowest rates. 



ESI^I3>rC3r OjQlRS 



Run between Cleveland and Pittsburg and Cincinnati and Pittsburg. 



The Facilities for the transportation ot Freight and Live Stock by this Line are unex- 
celled, and rates will always be as low as by any other route. 

J. N. McCULLOUGH, President. 

F. R. MYERS, W. W. (HANDLER, 

General Ticket Agent. General Freight Agent. 



358 



LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS 



AND 




nati 




ooN"nsrEOTio]srs. 

Shelby, Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad, for Mansfield, Mt. 
Vernon, Newark, Zanesville, &c. 

Crestline, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad, for Forest, Up- 
per Sandusky, Delphos, Lima, Fort Wayne, Laporte, Chicago, etc., west, and 
east for Mansfield, Wooster, Massillon, &c. 

Gallon and Bellefontaine Railroad Line for Marion, Bellefontaine, Sid 
ney, Union, Muncie, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Vincennes, Evansville, Lous 
ville, Cairo, St. Louis, <fec. 

Delaware, with Springfield, Mt. Vernon and Pittsburg Railroad for 
.Springfield. , 

Columbus, Little Miami and Columbus, and Xenia Railroad, for Xenia. 
Dayton, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis, Morrow, Loveland and Cincin 
nati, and with the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad at Cincinnati for Louisville) 
Evansville, Cairo, St. Louis, and all points on the Ohio River. 

Columbus Central Ohio Railroad for Newark, Zanesville, Wheeling, &c., 
Columbus, Piqua and Indiana Railroad, for Piqua, Urbana, &c 

fi^'-For Tickets to all points, and information apply at the Union Ticket 
OflSce, 51 Superior street, or at the Passenger Station. 

E. S. FLINT, Superintendent, Cleveland, 0. 



o:f:pioei?.s. 

L. M. HUBBY President. 

E. S. FLINT Superintendent 

A. HILLS General Fi-eig:ht Agent 

H. C. MARSHALL General Ticket Agent 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



359 




FAST FREIGHT LINE 

TO 

NEW yOROOSTOI AHD PeiLMLPeii. 



Daily Line of First Class Steamers 
RUNNING BETWEEN CLE /ELAND AND DUNKIRK, 



®Am nuunmu through 

TO NEW TORE WITHOUT CMN6E, 

Connecting with continuous Lines of Rail Roads and Water Lines, to all 
of the Principal Cities and Towns in the East. 



Particular Attention Given to the 

SHIPMENT OF LIVE STOCK, 

BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS 

From Dunkirk. 



Frel^bt by fills I.lne Delivered on East or IVorth River side, 
in Xew York, as desired by Shippers. 



For Throu<'h Contracts and Bills of Ladin«r. at stipulated rates, address 



B. W. BLA\( HARD, Cenl Frt AgX, 
NEW YORK. 



W. D. CI SUIXG, A^ent, 

Office foot River St., CLEVEL'ND, 0. 



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LAKE SHORE GAZETTEER 



DUBUQUE 



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CONNECTS WITH 

OIS CENTRAL 

AND 

GALENA AND CHICAGO UNION RAILWAYS 

To and From the East, 

Connects with Dubuque Western Eailway, Below. 

Stages For Strawberry Point, Fayette and West Union. Stages for Wa- 
terloo, Cedar Falls, Fort Dodge and all points West from Cedar 
Falls will be Continued to Sioux City, 320 miles West 
of Dubuque. 



OFFICERS: 



HERM. GELPCKE President. 

GEORGE YOUNG Superintendent. 

JAMES M. McKINLAY Secretary. 



STATION'S: 



MILES. 

Dubuque 

Julien 10 

Peosta 14 

Epworth 18 

Farley Junction 23 

Dyersville 30 

Earlville 37 



MILES. 

Manciiester 47 

Masonville 54 

Winthrop 61 

Independence 70 

Jesup 81 

Cedar Falls HI 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 361 

BURLINGTON 

MISSOURI RIVER 

RAILWAY. 



OFFICERS: 

E. L. BAKER, President New Bedford, Mass. 

JOHM G. HEED, Vice President and Sup't 

H. THIELSEN, General Ticket Agent Burlington, Iowa. 

STi^TIOIN^S: 

MILES. 

Burlington 

Middletown 9 

Danville 13 

New London 10 

Mt. Pleasant 28 

Checauqua 35 

Fairfield 51 

Whitfield 5G 

Batavia 62 

Agency City 69 

Ottumwa 76 

FARES FROM BURLINGTON, 

Ottumwa S3 30;Winterset 11 00 

Eddyville 4 25'Afton 11 50 

Oskaloosa 4 25 Mt. Ayr 13 00 

Bloomfield 5 00 Quincy 13 50 

Albia 5 50iGlenwood 18 00 

Fella 6 25 Sidney 10 00 

Chariton 7 OO'Platsmouth 10 00 

Centreville 7 25 Nebraska City 19 00 

Ft. Des Moines 9 00 Council Bluffs 19 00 

Osceola 9 50, Sioux City 27 00 



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AND 



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CONNECTS WITH 




FULTON & IOWA RAILWAY, 

By Bridge and Ferry. 
Stages for Central and Western Iowa 



CONNECT WITH 



& 



I^I^OCTEiOTEr). 



LIST OF OFFICERS. 

JOHN BERTRAM President, Salem, Mass 

MILO SMITH Superintendent, Clinton, Iowa 

J. M. HAM General Ticket Agent, Clinton, Iowa 



List of Stations. 

CLINTON TO CEDAR RAPIDS. 



MILES. 

Clinton 

Comanche 5 

Low Moor 10 

Ramessa 13 

Dewitt 20 

Grand Mound 25 

Calmas 31 

Yankee Run 35 



MILES. 

Louden 40 

Onion Grove 47 

Mechanicsville 58 

Lisbon 64 

Mount Vernon 66 

Bertram 74 

Cedar Rapids 82 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 363 



DUBUQUE 

Western Railway, 

CONNECTS WITH THE 

IlllilS CEiTRlL RlllWM. 

CONNECTS WITH 

mmm m pacific railway, 

Connects at Anaraosa with Stages for 

MARION, CEDAR RAPIDS, VINTON, 

IOWA CITY, DES MOINES^ &c. 



OFFICERS. 

IT. S. IIETITEllINGTON, President Dubuque, Iowa. 

C. W. T. KRAUSCH, Chief Engineer & Sup't 



List of stations. 

Dubuque 

Julien 10 

Peosta l-i 

Epworth 18 

Farley Junction 23 

Worthinpton 30 

San d Spring 37 

MonticeJlo "IS 

Langworthy -17 

Anamosa 54 



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ITOIi 



LA CROSSE, ST. PAUL, 

OSHKOSH, FOND DO LAG, 

Green Bay, Berlin, Watertown, Prairie dii Clilen, 
MADISON, OUNLEITH, GALENA, FREEFORT, 

Beloit, Janesville, Rockford, Portage City, Listen, 
Beaver Dam, and all places 

WEST, NORTH AND NORTH-WEST OF CHICAGO. 



Two Daily Trains leave Chicago on arrival of Trains from the East or 

South, through to all above points without delay, connecting direct 

at La Crosse and Prairie du Chien with Daily Line of Packets, 

For Winona, Reed's Landing, Lake City. Red 
Wing, Prescott, Hastings, Hudson, and 

ST» PAUL. 

1— ^ — < 

SLEEPING CARS RUN ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. 



No Change of Cars from Chicago to Janesville, Madison, Prairie du 
Chien, Watertown, Minnesota Junction, Fond du Lac and Oshkosh. 

Fare as low as by any other route. Meals and State Rooms free on 
Packets. Through Tickets can be had at all Railroad Ticket Offices, 
east and south of Chicago, at the Depot, 

COR. OF WEST WATER & KINZIE STS., WEST SIDE. 

ASK FOR TICKETS BY " NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY." 

E. DE WITT ROBINSON, GEO. L. DUNLAP, 

General Ticket Agent. Superiutendeut. 



AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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TOLEDO, WABASH, 

AND ORE AT A\ ESTERN 






CARRllW THE ilTEfl STATES E\PI1ESS Ai MAIL 

A VERY DIRECT, PLEASANT AXD RELIABLE ROUTE TO 

FT. WAm lAFAlETTE. PERIl, 

Logansport, Wabash, Attica, Indianapolis, Louisville, Jeffer- 

sonville, Decatur, Springfield, Jacksonville, Naples, Peoria, 

Bloomington, Galesburgh, Burlington, Alton, St- Louis. 

Kansas City, Ft. Leavenworth, Jefferson City, Cairo, 

AND ALL POINTS WEST AND SOUTH-WEST. 



coitTisrEGTionsrs. 

Two daily trains leave Union Depot, Toledo, making the following direct 
and reliable connections: 

At Fort Wayne with the Pittsburg, Fort "Wayne and Chicago Railroad, 
for Columbia, Plymouth and Chicago. 

At Peru with the Peru and Indianapolis Railroad, for Indianapolis, and 
all roads leading from this point. 

At Lafayette with the Lafayette and Indianapolis Railroad, and New Al- 
bany and Salem Railroad, for New Albany. Terre Haute, Vincennes and 
Evansville. 

At Tolono with the Chicago branch of Illinois Central Railroad, for all 
points North and South. 

At Decatur with the Illinois Central Railroad for Peoria, Bloomington, 
Galesburg, Burlington, Rock Island, Galena, Dunleith and Cairo. 

At Springfield with the St. Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad for St. 
Louis, thence by the Pacific Railroad to Jefferson City, Kansas, and all points 
on Missouri River, also, with the Missouri River .^teamers direct i'or St. Louis. 

At St. Louis with Steamers down the Mississippi River for Memphis, 
Vicksburg and New Orleans. 

B^° Thronirh Tickets can be obtained at all principal Railroad and 
Steamboat offices, and at the Company's Ticket Office, Union Depot, Toledo. 

OFFICERS. 

A. BOODY President, New York City. 

W. COLBURN Vice President. 

GEORGE H. HCRROWS General Superintendent. 

G. W. BARTLETT General Ticket Agent, Toledo. 



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Buffalo, New York 



A N D 



EIRIE RAILROAD! 

FROMROCHESMTONlWmm! 

AXD ALSO TO 

PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE via ELMIRA. 

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Connects at Corning with tlie New Yorlv and Erie, 

A N D 

At Elmira with the Williamsport and Elmira Railroad. 



CHARLES G. MILLER President. 

ISAAC E. COLTON, Ass't President. 

IIEXRY C. FISKK, Ass't Sup't. 

(rILBERT CAMERON Treasurer. 

WM. D. MILLER, Secretary. 

ISAAC M. SCHERMERHORN, Gen. Freight Agt. 

WILLIAM D. DOYLE, Gen. Ticket Agt. 

Tlic Office and Address or the Company is at Bufl'alo. 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



Uuffalo 

.lunction 1 

Lancaster loj/i 

Town Line U}* 

Aldcn l'J>| 

Darion 25 

Attica 31 

Alexander ',U}-^ 

Bafavia 42 

titaflford 47% 

Lc Uoy 51>| 



Caledonia 58% 

Avon (>() 

Avon C.'>% 

Ilamiltons ~4% 

Livonia 77J4 

So. Livonia 81 

Conesus 845i 

Springwater 91)4 

Wavland 96 

Blobd'fl 102 

Liberty lOtiJ^ 



Wallace's 

Avoca 

Kanona 

Bath 

Savoua 

Campbell 

Curtis' 

Cooper's 

Painted Post. 

Corning 

Kew York 



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27>| 

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