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Full text of "Williams' Cincinnati directory, city guide and business mirror"

UNIVERSITY 
OF PITTSBURGH 




LIBRARY 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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THE OLD 8TAND.-ESTABL1SHED 1S45. 



Formerly E. Taylor & Co., (Late of Hand, Innes & M'hitehouse.) 
MANUFACTURER OF 



MARBLEIZED MANTELS, 

Building and Ornamental Iron Castings, &C.3 Sec 



Marbleized Wood Mantels are acknowledged to be far superior to all others, in point of Beauty, 
veness of Surface, Durability and Cheapness. The price being over one hundeed per cent. 
ESS THAN IRON OR SLATE, and five hvndred per cent, less than marble. 

LARGEST SIZE MANTELS AS LOW AS TEN DOLLARS ! 

I am prepared to sell IRON, SLATE, OR MARBLE MANTELS, to parties prefering them, at 
le Lowest Prices. Orders promp;,}y executed. 

Miim DiiHim iioi uw~fiiii. 

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Iron Railing, 

Of all kinds and Patterns, 

VERANDAHS, 

JAIL CELLS, 

IRON GRATING, 

Bank Yaiilts, 

IRON DOORS 

SHUTTERS, 

Lions, Hat Racks, ^ 1 • 1, . • > i a ^ 

BOGS, SSTTSES, T^ Mj^ A Aj1_4 M,¥_1 
Garden W^ases 

IRON BEDSTEADS, 

Tor Asylums, Hospitals, &c. 

manufactured by 
T. F. BAKER, 

Nos. 271, 273 & 275 
WEST 5tli ST., CISCIXMII. 



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CINCINNATI ADA'ERTISEMENTS. 




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MEl^ZlHlL & GO'S 

(Formerly Klauprech & Menzel's) 




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No. 


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and 259 


WALNUT STREET, 



Opposite Walnut St. House, C I N 01 N N A T 



HOC j£k 3F> Sl« 

Cards, Notes, Bill Heads, Checks, Drafts, Labels of evei 
kind, etc., done in tlie best style, and on 
the most reasonable terms. 



T. H. FOULDS. 



NAT. WRIGHT, J 



FOULDS & •W'RIGHT, 



MERCHA-NTS, 

Nos. 596 and 598 Fifth St., adjoiniog Ciii., flaia, & Dayton K,R. Depot, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



OCCXJLIST. 

Gives his exclusive attention to the Treatment of Diseases of the 



OFFICE, North-West Corner Fourth and Race Streets, Cincinnati. 

ARTIFICIAL EYES INSERTED. 



WILLIAMS' 



IICINIATI DIRECTOEY 



Citg iuik m)i %umm Mlmx, 



TOGETHER WITH DIRECTORIES OF THE 



ITIES OF COVINGTON AND NEWPORT, KY., 

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^j^ 1861 



'JVrrHDMWN 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL ISSUE. 



CINCINNATI: 

PUBLISHED BY C. S. WILLIAMS, 
No. 194 Walnut street. 

■n-rightson & Co., Printers. 1G7 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, O. 



CONTENTS. 

Map of Cincinnati, Covington and Newport in front of City Guide. ^ 

Counting-IIouse Calendar .'.'.'.'.*,','. 8 

Alterations, Omissions, Removals, etc y*'*'' g 

Cincinnati City Guide ° ^ 33 

Alphabetical Arrangement of Names, Cincinnati '.'.'.!.".".'.'.!1*".'".'.".'. 3^9 

Cincinnati Business Mirror '■'■''^ 4qk 

Covington City Guide ^^^ 

Alphabetical Arrangement of Names, Covington "/.r.".'."'. ".'".'.» "'.".'.. 44^ 

Covington Business Mirror ^y, 

Newport Business Mirror '"** 45, 

Newport City Guide _^ 45; 

Alphabetical Arrangement of Names, Newport 1\""!!!!ZZ.'.".V.'. 47' 

Indexes 



; year 18G1, by 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in 
C. S. WILLIAMS, 
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the SouthernDistrict^ 



COUNTING-HOUSE CALENDAR FlSl8|!i, 



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P K E F A C E 



The publisher, in presenting the Eleventh annual issue of Williams' 
iNcixNNATi Directory to subscribers, gratefully returns his thanks to the friends 
ho have so long continued to patronize his publication. Although the labor has been 
reat, and the profit thus far derived to the publisher inconsiderable, compared to that 
ielded from any of the ordinary pursuits of life, the compiler looks with some degree 
f satisfaction and pride to the result of his past labors. At the commencement of the 
ublieation, he did not expect to accumulate riches, but anticipated only to derive 
lerefrom a reasonable support, and if this hope has only been partially realized, he 
as yet the satisfaction to believe that he has contributed somewhat to the advancement 
id prosperity of the " Queen City," by the facilities it has afforded to those engaged 
the various branches of mechanical, mercantile, and professional business. 
From a volume containing about 21,000 names, the Cincinnati Directory, whilst 
ader his charge, has grown to a work of 500 pages, containing nearly 58,000 names 
" citizens. 

There is, probably, no literary enterprise which is surrounded with so many 
stacles to its successful prosecution as that of a complete directory for a populous city. 
hat errors have occurred in preceding volumes, and that nam«s of citizens have 
.metimes been omittea, the publisher freely admits. From the nature of such works, 
le directory of no city is, or can be, perfect, but the compiler feels that he can justly 
aim that he has exercised all possible care and diligence to render the work reliable. 

We find it impossible at this time to give our patrons such a Post Office List as 
ould be satisfactory to either them or ourselves, owing to causes with which the 
iblic are unhappily cognizant. We will, however, as soon as practicable, prepare 
id issue one. 

The public are the proper judges to decide on the meriis of our work, and the 
•actical tests to which it will be daily submitted by them, will determine its value, fix 
3 character, and demonstrate how far we have succeeded. To their verdict we will 
leerfully submit. 



ItiwtiiM, #mwl0«, 



ALLKN LEWIS A., 
Printer, Courier Office, 
72 W. 3d 

Arnold Chas., carp., 28 Allison 
Arrico Antonio, barber sliop, 103 W. 4th 
Auspaush Jas. L., finisher, 511 W. 3d 
Babst Ferdinand, elk., R. G. JJun & 

Go's, h. 34 K. 4th 
Badracif Catharine, 176 Broadway 
Baker Darley, b.k., Evans & Co., bds. 

107 Pike 
Baldwin Theophilus P., note teller, Cul- 

bertson, Kilgour & Go's, bds. 270 

Uiclimond 
Bennett JI. 'I'liornton, h. n.w.c. Bellerue 

and Cabot, Newport, Ky. 
Bennike John, cof.h., 5.5 W. Front 
Bergmann Peter, cooper, bds. 615 Main 
Berry Willis H., elk., s.e.c. 12th and 

Canal, h. 77 Hopkins 
BiceE.,raach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and Smith 
Bidenharn Anton, elk., P. 0., h. 25 

Green 
Barney Mary, laundress, 11 John 
Bittner Adam, shoemkr., 113 Ham. road 
Bohlander Geo., bk.mkr.,409 Elm 
Bowen Geo. G., grocer, s.w.c. 3d and 

Elm 
BOYD Robert R., (R. G. Dun & Co.,) h. 

New York 

BRADSTREETjiEDWARD P., 
Attorney, 
h. 169 Clinton 
Bremzer John, 107 W. 5th 
BROOKS N. S , (.Moseley &. Co.,^ h. 

Covington. 
Broring A., grocer, 164 Everett 
Brown Ann, 138 W. 3d 
Brown Lewis G., law student, 14 E. 2d, h. 

Mt. Auburn 
Browne Sanil. J., clergyman, Bellevue 

House nr. Mohawk Bridge 
Bussall &. Thompson, (Andrew B. & 

Joseph C. T.,) sale stable, alley b. 

5th and 6lh and Main and Walnut 
Byron John, agent, bds. 273 Walnut 
Cairns Thos., mach., bds. 299 W. ad 

CALDWELL JOIIS U., Grand Sec'y 
of a. Lodge of F. Sc A. Masons of 
Ofilo and other Masonic Bodies of 
Ohio. Office 141 Main 

CALDWELL JOHN D. 
Publisher's Agency, 141 Main 

Cannon Jas. J., jr., mahogany finisher, 

103 Mound 
Carothers J. S., Restaurant, 21 E. Pearl 
CHAPMAN S. G., (James A. Frazer & 

Co.,) h. Newport, Ky. 
Chandler Joseph, 1^3 Poplar 
Claflin Baron & Co., wh. boots and shoes, 

71 Vine 

GORBETT MICHAEL, 
Confectionaries, Liquors, Cigars, 
Tobacco, &:c.. 210 Sycamore. 
Cullen Wm.,lab.,379 W. 2a 
Curley Mary, cof. h., 237 W. 5th 

DADD GEO. n.. Veterinary Surgeon 
and Princip;il Cincinnati Veterinary 
Academy, 13 E. 5th, h. .50 E. 6th 
Dalton James, paver, 59 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
DRAKH Wilson T., (Evans & Co.,) 331 

W. 7th 
Dumas Hotel, McAllister b. 4th and 5th, 

Jones & Cooper, proprietors. 
Egelston J. L., (Hatch & Hall,) h. 
Covincrton 

EMMERTII F. L., 
Coroner, Office 16 Court Ilouie, 
h. cor 13th and Jackson 



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VANSrOAINES & CO., (Hugh E., 
G. J. Q. & Owen Gaines,) Pork 
Packers, cor. Court and Broadway 

FALLIS, YOUNG & CO., (Daniel J. 
F. & John Y..) Bankers, s.w.c. 3d 
and Walnut 
Feldhaus Hy., grocer, 468 Main 
Fenian Finton. tailor, n.w.c. Ellen and 

3d 
Flamm Bernard, tailor, 442 W. 5th 
Foley Morris, lab., 34 Longworth's Bldg. 

FOULDS & WRIGHT, (Thos. H. F. 
& Nathaniel W., jr..) Commission 
and Forwavd'g Merchants, 596 and 
598 W. 5th 
Ff^wler A. W.. salesman, 26 W. 5th 

F RAZE It JAMES A. & CO., (James 
A. F. & S. G. Chapman.) Whole- 
sale Grocers and Comm. Merchants 
66 and 68 Walnut 

FREE AVALKIN, 
Iron, Nails, Steel Springs, Axles 
and Smith's Tools, 6 Main 
Fulton Chas. K., atty., 58 W. 3d 
Funk James, plow mkr., wks. Geo. C 

Miller & Go's, h. 5 E. 7th 
Furst Chas., cof. and b. h., 48 E. Pearl 
GIESE C. L., (C. L. G. & Co.,) 109 
Lock 

GIESE C.L.& CO., 
Ohb Sugar Refinery, 
s.w.c. 6th and Canal 
Gnau A., bk.mkr., wks. n.Gestb. Gar- 
rard and Mill Creek 
Greer Jas. A., (T. & J. A. Greer,) h. 

Ashland. Ky. 
Greer T. Si. J. A., coal oil manufacturers 
depot, 3 College Hall Bldg., e.s. 
Walnut b. 4th and 5th 
Greer Thos., (T. & J. A. G.,) h. Coving- 
ton 
Greer Wra. T., r-Ik., 3 College Hall Bldg. 

h. Covington 
Hiiggerty Jas., sjioemlcr., 204 Hopkins 
Haman Hy., wks. cor. Plum and Wade 
Hampson Thos., student, bds. 164 Elm 
Handley Joanna, seamstress, s.s. 7th b. 

Broadway and New 
Heesian Bridget, servt., 459 W. 6th 
Hofmin Francis, lab., 172 Webb 

HUDEPOHL LOUIS, 
Dealer in Wines and Liquors, 
372 Main 
Hughes Rosanna, laundress, 29 Lock 
Hugle Gideon, dray., 91 W. Dth w. of 

Central av. 
HUNTER G. R.. (Hunter & Williams.) 

HUNTER & WILLIAMS. (G. R H 
& T M.W.,) Stair Builders, cor. 
6th and Hoadly 
INNES DAVID K.., 
Enameled Grates, Marbleized Mantles 
271. 273 and 275 W. 5th, h. 295 
George 
Johnston A. D , 29 W, Front 

JOHNSTON &. COLLIER, (Wm. J- 
&. Chas. B. C.,) Attorneys at Law, 
Masonic Temple, c. 3d and Walnut 
JOHNSTON GEO. L. &C0., (Geo. L- 
J. & Benjamin F. Davidson,) Stoam 
Boat Agents and Comm. Merchants 
29 W. Front 
.Tones Geo. A., paper carrier, 95 Smith 
Ka y Thos., cof.h., 152 Freeman 
Karsteiins J. IL, lab., wks. 04 W. Canal, 
h. 3: Broadway 

KEBLEK & FORCE, (John K. & 
Manning F. F., (Attorneys at Law 
3 -Masonic Temple 



KEMPER WASH., 
Plumber, Pump and Hydrant Maker 
231) Main 
Kennedy Micliael, lab., IIU Avery 
KerskerJ.G., grocer, s.e.c. Green and 



Kirchhof Ludwig, bakerv, 642 Main 
Kirshausen Fanny, 282 Race 
Kohlbrandt Chas., brush mkr., s.e.c. 

Liberty and Pleasant 
Kraus John, book agt., Charlotte nr. 

Baymiller 
Larkin Barney, packer, wks. at J. K. 

Hurin's 

LATUROl' W. H., 
Attorney at Law and Notary, 6 
Masonic Telnple, h. 146 Broadway 
Laudick John, lab., wks. 413 W. Front 
Lee Elizabeth, laundress, 382J- W. 7th 
Lenzer Hy., cof. h., 804 W. Front 

LOOMIS & LEE, (M. D. W. L & J. 
G. C. L..) Marble and Slate Stone 
Mantels, 130 Main 
LOUDEN J. A. & CO., (J. A. L. & 
Wm. H. Lodge,) Commission Mer- 
chants, 8 W. Front 
Lukens .C. F., furniture store, 215 W. 

5th, h. 30 Jones 
McCarty Thos., lab., 182 E. Pearl 
McNecolas Eliza, fruit store, 239 W. 6th 
Martindnle C. D., elk., H'i W. Pearl, h. 
47 George 

METROPOLITAN BUILDING, 
n.e.c. 9th and Walnut 

Meyer Conrad, cooper, 26 Pleasant 
Meylar Margaret, widow, 14 Commerce 
Miscowitsch Daniel, clergyman, w.s. St. 

Clair b. 8th and 8th 
Parkens Chas. L., shoemkr.. Walnut 

Hills 

PENNY GROVE J.. Commission and 
Forwarding Merchant and Grain 
Dealer. 57 W. 2d 
Porter D. G., elk., 64 W. 5th, bds. 151 

W 5th 
Poschke Herman H., dray., 12 Abigail 

RADSPINNER & LLOYD, (V. R. & 
A. L..) Real Estate, Patent Right, 
Auction, and General Agency, 00 
E.3d, 
Radspinner V., (R. & Lloyd,) 60 E. 3d 
Rogers Thornton F., salesman, 33 Rich- 
mond 
1^ OSS JOHN L., 
■\ Paper Warehouse, 45 W. 2d, 
^ h. 120 E. 3d 
Rosswinker Bernard A., b.k., 372 Main 
Russell Jesse, bds. 242 Plum 

SANDHEGER C, 
Dealer in Wines and Liquors, 
25 W. Court 
Sarson Edward, dray., 331 John 
Saunders Wm., whitevvasher, 112 E. 6th 

SCHRAM A. D., 
Steamboat Agent and Commission 
Merch't, 25 W. Front, h. Covington 
Schott Henry, cooper, Harrison av. nr. 
Western av. 

SHAW, BARBOUR & CO , (Chas. G- 
S. Lucius B & Goodrich H. Bar- 
bour,) Wholesale Dry Goods, 81 
W. Pearl 
Smith McD. Chas., salesman, 103 W. 

Pearl, h. 228 Barr 
Vollmer John, cooper, 466 Walnut 
Vonderahe Barney, sboemki-., 118 W. 

Front 
White Mary, teacher, Woodward High 
School 



Cinoiiniati City Griaide, 



street Directory. 



This Street Directory is simply an alphabetical arrangement of the Streets, Alleys, etc., ^rith a sufficient portion of the 
corner numbers attached to each to make it a means by which citizens may become familiar with the system of numbering, 
ami it will be found by them, as well as strangers, to be a pi-actical guide to the difi'erent parts of the city, as far as it has yet 
been numbered. ^ r- ^ j 

Explanations.— On all streets commencing at and running directly from the river the n(i(t numbers are on the TV est, and 
the even on the East side of the street, commencing at the River. On all streets crossing Main, the odd numbers are on the 
South, and the even on the North side of the street, commencing at and running East and West from Main, thus dividing each 
into two distinct streets, distinguished by prefixing East and West to the name. A few instances occur, where two streets have 
the same name— generally one of them in the suburbs, not numbered. A * is affixed to the one at present of the least conse- 
quence, to designate it. ^ ,-, j . ,, 

It was thought unnecessary to give the corner number on both sides, where streets crossed. The odd ones are used m all 
cases, except where they (without crossing) proceed from, or come to, the one upou which the numbers are designated. 



AARON alley, b. Wood and 

W. Water Canal, fr. Webb 

to Averv. 
ABBOTT alley, b. Webster and 

Franklin. from Van Seggerr 

al. to College al. 
ABIGAIL, e. from 488 Main 

b. Hunt and Woodward. 
41 Sycamore, 
85 Broadway, 
105 Sprin?. 
ACCOMMODATION, e. and 

n. from 64 con. e. 8th. 
ADAMS, w. fr. 519 Elm to 

Plum. 
ADAMS alley, b. Findlay and 

Livingston, fr. Linn to Bell. 
ADDISON, n. of Thomas, fr. 

Central Avenue to Valley. 
AIILER alley, b. Blackford 

and Clark, from Gerrard to 

Ludlow avenue. 
AILANTHUS, b. Baymiller 

and Freeman, fr. Bank to 

Central Avenue. 
ALBION alley, b. Wayne and 

Morgan fr. Concord to Finch 

al. 
ALEXANDER, n. from Baiti 

more w. of BIcGrew. 
ALFRED, n. of Addison, fr 

Central av. to Valley. 
ALLEN alley, b. Culvert and 

New, fr. 6th to North. 
ALLISON, w. fr. 573 Main,b. 

13th and Liberty, to Vine. 
21 Clny, 
39 Walnut. 
AMITY alley, e. of Baymiller 

fr Bank to Dayton al. 
ANDERSON alley, b. Park 

Olid Mill, fr. Front to Sd. 
ANDRESS alley, b. Patterson 

and Coleman, from Garden 

to Britrhton al. 
ANDREWS alley, b. 8th and 

9th, fr. Vine to Plum. 
ANN, w. fr. 447 Plum, n. of 

12th, to Central Avenue. 
ARCH, e. from 10^ Broadway 

h. Md and 4th, to Lawrence. 
ASH, n. of Swift, fr. Martin 

to Collard. 
ASIITON alley, b. Findlay and 

Livingston, fr. Baymiller to 

Werner. 
ATKINSON, e. Of Renshaw, 

fr. Elm east. 
AUBURN, n. fr. head of Syc- 
amore. 
AUGUSTA, w. fr. 47 Central 

Avenue b. w. 2d and W. W. 

Canal. 2 



AVERY, b. 3a and 5th, fr. e 
of Park, to a point w. of W, 
W. Canal. 
AA'ERY alley ,b. Coleman and 
Denman, from Garden to 
Brighton al. 
BADliAU alley ,e. of Farmer'; 

al. fr. Front to Fisher al. 
BALL, e. of Elm, fromAtkin 

son to Reiishaw. 
BALTIMORE, w. fr. 631 Syc- 
amore, n. of Miami. 
BANK, w. fr. 883 Central Av- 
enue n. of Dayton. 
67 Linn, 
121 Piatt. 
BANK alley, n. fr. 22 W. 3d 

to W. 4th. 
BALDWIN alley, e. of Race 

fr. 7th to 12th. 
BARD alley, e. of John, from 

Betts to Livinsston. 
BARNES alley, b. Mill and 

Park, fr. Mill to Avery. 
BARR w. from 61 Mound b. 
George and W. 7th. 
59 Cutter, 
123 Linn, 
175 Baymiller. 
BARR alley, b. 5th and Long- 
worth, fr. Mound to Stone. 
BARTON alley, b. Ailanthus 
and Freeman, from Bank to 
Clearwater, 
BAUM, n. fr. e, 3d, e. of Kil- 

gour to 6th. 
BAYMILLER, n. fr. 5th, w. 
of Linn. 

JQ^This street is numbered 
from 418 George, which was 
formerly its commencement. 
15 Barr, 
27 W. 7th, 
37 Van Horn, 
49 W. 8th, 
71 Kemhie, 
91 Richmond, 
113 Catharine, 
141 Cedar. 
Piatt street is now attached 
to this street under the name 
of Baymiller. H^ See Piatt 
for the numbers, as they have 
not vet been changed. 
BEDINGER, e. from '274 
Broadway, b.W.SthandW. 
9th. 
BEECH alley, b. Liberty and 
Milton, from a point e. of 
Broadway to College al. 
BELL, e. of Linn, fr. Living- 
ston to Findlay. ' 



BEM, n. of Cross, head of 

Hambursh. 
BENHABI alley, w. from 141 

Race, b. 3d and 4th to Elm. 
BENT alley, w. of Cutter, fr. 

David to Melancthun. 
BENTON, s, of Elder, fr. Vine 

to Hamilton Road. 
BERK, s. of Windsor, from 

Hathaway lane to Francis 

lane. 
BERKS alley, n. of 4th, from 

Vine to Stone al. 
BETTS,w fr. 537 Central Av- 
enue b. Laurel and Clin 

ton. 

37 John, 
85 Cutter, 
145 Linn, 
209 Piatt. 
BETTS alley, b. Dudley and 

Freeman, from Everett to 

Poplar. 
BICKETT alley, w. line of 

Methodist Burying Ground. 

from Court to Clark. 
BIGELOW, e. of Walker, fr 

Channinj to Saunders. 
BLACKFORD, n. of Espano- 

la, from Gerrard to Ludlow 



BOAL, e. fr. 552 Sycamore, n. 

of Milton. 
BODMAN alley, b. St. Clair's 

al. and Main, from 6th to 

Gano. 
BODLEY^ alley, b. Abisrail and 

Woodward fr. Pendleton to 

Schultzal. 
BOG EN alley, b. Denman and 

Freeman, from Garden to 

Brighton al. 
BOHN alley, b. Ann and 14th. 

fr. W. Plum to Central Av- 
enue. 
BONSALL alley, b, 2d and 

South Pearl, fr. Dart al. to 

Ormsliy's line. 
BONTE alley, s. of Front, fr. 

Peter al. to French. 
BOONE, e. of Lafavette from 

Marion to McMillan. 
BOOTS alley, e. of Vine, fr 

13th to Allison. 
BORCHER alley, b. Fulton 

avenue and Grove, fr. Starr 

to Vance al. 
BORDEN'S alley, b. George 

and Gth, fr. College to Elm. 
BOSLEY, s. of Atkinson, fr. 

Elm east. 
BOSTON, e. of Butler, from 

Pearl to 2d. 



BRACKETT alley, b. Walnut 
and Clay, fr. 12th to a point 
n. of 13th. 
BRANCH, s. of Stark, w. fr. 

w. line of Sec. 12. 
BREMEN, fr. litli b. Vine 
and Race. 
41 13th, 
81 14th, 
119 loth, 
167 W. Liberty, 
211 Green, 
251 Elder. 
BRIGHTON, w. of. Division, 
fr West avenue to Thomas. 
BRIGHTON alley, s. of Cen- 
tral Avenue fr. Patterson to 
Freeman. 
BROAD, n. of Reed, fr. the 
Ohio river'to Fulton avenue 
BROADWAY, n. fr. 55 Front 
or Pub. Landing, e. of Syc- 
amore. 

2-5 Yeatman, 
47 E 2d, 
68 Congress, 
81 E. Pearl, 
99E.3d, 
110 Arch, 
125 E. 4th, 
159 E. 5th, 
172 Harrison, 
193 E. 6th, 
213 New, 
233 E. 7th, 
261 E. 8th, 
276 Bedinger, 
291 E. 9th, 
310 Court, 
353 Hunt, 
387 Abigail, 
407 Woodward, 
427 Franklin, 
445 Webster, 
473 Liberty. 
BROMWELL alley, b. Rice 
and Alexander fr. Mulberry 
to near Fountain. 
BROOKLYN, e. of Waldon, 
fr. the Ohio river to n. line 
of Nassau subdivision. 
BROOKS alley, b. N. Pearl 
and 3d, fr. Park to sec. line. 
BROWNE, parallel to the Mi- 
ami Canal fr. Hamilton road 
to section line. 
BUCHANAN, b. 4th and 5th 

fr. Lawrence to Pike. 
BUCKEYE, w. fr. Main, n. of 
Hamilton Road. 
18 Eden, 
49 Locust, 
107 Poplar. 



Jtoli«ii, #iK»as, 



ALLKN LEWIS A., 
Printer, Courier Office, 
72 W. 3d 
Arnold Chas., carp., 28 Allison 
Arrico Antonio, barber sliop, 108 W. 4th 
Auspaugh Jas. L., finisher, 511 W. 3d 
Babst Ferdinand, elk., R. G. Dun & 

Co's, h. 34 E. 4th 
Badrack Catharine, 176 Broadway 
Balier Darley, b.k., Evans & Co., bds. 

107 Pike 
Baldwin Theophilus P., note teller, Cul- 

bertson, Kilgour & Co's, bds. 270 

Kichmond 
Bennett 11. 'Ihornton, h. n.w.c. Bellerue 

and Caljot, Newport, Ky. 
Bennike John, cof.h., 5,i W. Front 
Bergmann Peter, cooper, bds. Cl.'S Main 
Berry Willis H., elk., s.e.c. I2th and 

Canal, li. 77 Hopkins 
BiceE.,mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and Smith 
Bidenharn Anton, elk., P. 0., h. 25 

Green 
Barney Mary, laundress, 11 John 
Bittner Adam, shoemkr., 113 Ham. road 
Bohlander Geo., bk.mkr.,409 Elm 
Bowen Geo. G., grocer, s.w.c. 33 and 

Elm 
BOYD Robert R., (R. 6. Dun & Co.,) h. 

New York 

BRADSTREETjiEDWARD P., 
Attorney, 
h. 169 Clinton 
Bremzer John, 107 W. 5th 
BROOKS N. S , (Moseley & Co.,^ h. 

Covington. 
Broring A., grocer, 164 Kverett 
Brown Ann, 138 W. 3d 
Brown Levyis G., law student, 14 E. 2d, h. 

Mt. Auburn 
Browne Sam). J., clergyman, Bellevue 

House nr. Mohawk Bridge 
Bussall & Thompson, (Andrew B. & 

Joseph C. T.,) sale stable, alley b. 

5th and 6lh and Main and Walnut 
Byron John, agent, bds. 273 Walnut 
Cairns Thos., raach., bds. 299 W. Sd 

CALDWELL JOHN' D., Grand Sec'y 
of G. Lodge of F. & A. Masons of 
Ohio and other Masonic Bodies of 
Ohio. Office 141 Main 

CALDWELL JOHN D. 
Publisher's Agency, 141 Main 

Cannon Jas. J., jr., mahogany finisher, 

103 Mound 
Carothers J. S., Restaurant, 21 E. Pearl 
CHAPMAN S. G., (James A. Frazer & 

Co.,) h. Newport, Ky. 
Chandler Joseph, 1^3 Poplar 
Claflin Baron & Co., wh. boots and shoes, 

71 Vine 

CORBETT MICHAEL, 
Confectionaries, Liquors, Cigars, 
Tobacco, Slc. 210 Sycamore. 
Cullen Wm., lab.,379 W.'Jd 
Curley Mary, cof. h., 237 W. 5th 

DADD GEO. n.. Veterinary Surgeon 
and Principal Cincinnati Veteriaary 
Academy, 13 E. 5th, h. .50 E. 6th 
Dalton James, paver, 59 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
DRAKH Wilson T., (Evans & Co.,) 331 

W. 7th 
Dumas Hotel, McAllister b. 4th and 5th, 

Jones & Cooper, proprietors. 
Egelston J. L., (Hatcli &. Hall,) h. 
Covington 

EMMKRTH F. L., 
Coroner, Office 16 Court Houge, 
h. cor 13th and Jackson 



EVANS.'GAINES &. CO., (Hugh E 
G. J. Q. & Owen Gaines.) Pork 
Packers, cor. Court and Broadway 

FALLIS, YOUNG & CO., (Daniel J. 
F. & John Y..) Bankers, s.w.c. 3d 
and Walnut 
Feldhaus Hy., grocer, 468 Main 
Fenian Finton, tailor, n.w.c. Ellen and 

3d 
Flaram Bernard, tailor, 442 W. 5th 
Foley Morris, lab., 34 Lnngworth's BIdg. 

FOULDS & WRIGHT, (Thos. H. F. 
& Nathaniel W., jr.,) Commission 
and Forwavd'g Merchants, 596 and 
598 VV. 5th 
F'lwler A. W.. salesman, 2G W. 5th 

F RAZE It JAMES A. & CO., (James 
A. F. & S. G. Chapman,) Whole- 
sale Grocers and Comm. Merchants 
66 and 68 Walnut 

FREE WALKIN, 
Iron, Nails, Steel Springs, Axles 
and Smith's Tools, 6 Main 
Fulton Chas. E., atty., 58 W. 3d 
Funk James, plow mkr., wks. Geo. C 

Miller & Co's, h.5E.7th 
Furst Chas., cof. and b. h., 48 E. Pearl 
GIESE C. L., (C. L. Q. & Co.,) 109 
Lock 

GIESE C. L. &C0., 
Oiiii Sugar Refinery, 
s.w.c. 6th and Canal 
Gnau A., bk.mkr., wks. n.Gestb. Gar- 
rard and Mill Creek 
Greer Jas. A., (T. & J. A. Greer,) h. 

Ashland. Ky. 
Greer T. & J. A., coal oil manufacturers 
depot, 3 College Hall Bldg., e.s. 
Walnut b. 4th and 5th 
Greer Thos., (T. &. J. A. G.,) h. Coving- 
ton 
Greer Wm. T., rik., 3 College Hall Bldg. 

h. Covington 
Haggerty Jas., sjioemkr., 204 Hopkins 
Haman Hy., wks. cor. Plum and Wade 
Hampson Thos., student, bds. 164 Elm 
Ilandley Joanna, seamstress, s.s. 7th b. 

Broadway and New 
Heesian Bridget, servt., 4.59 W. 6tU 
Hofrain Francis, lab., 172 Webb 

HUDEPOHL LOUIS, 
Dealer in Wines and Liquors, 
372 Main 
Hughes Rosanna, laundress, 29 Lock 
Hugle Gideon, dray., 91 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
HUNTER Q. R.. (Hunter & Williams.) 

HUNTER & WILLIAMS. (6. R II 
& T M.W.,) Stair Builders, cor. 
6th and Hoadly 
TNNES DAVID K., 
I Enameled Grates, Marbleized Mantles 
-^ 'J7l. 273 and 275 W. 5th, h. 295 

George 
Johnston A. D., 29 W, Front 

JOHNSTON & COLLIER, (Wm. J- 
&. Chas. B. C.,) Attorneys at Law, 
Masonic Temple, c. 3d and Walnut 
JOHNSTON GEO. L. &C0., (Geo. L- 
J. &L Benjamin F. Davidson,) Stjam 
Boat Agents and Comm. Merchants 
29 W. Front 
Jones Geo. A., paper carrier, 95 Smith 
Kay Thos.. cof.h., 152 Freeman 
Karsteans J. II., lab., wks. 64 W. Canal, 
li.3;0 Broadway 

KEBLER & FORCE, (John K. & 
Manning F. F., (Attorneys at Law 
3 .Masonic Temple 



KEMPER WASH., 
Plumber, Pump and Hydrant Maker 
230 Main 
Kennedy Michael, lab., 110 Avery 
KerskerJ.G., grocer, s.e.c. Green and 

Pleasant 
Kirchhof Ludwig, bakery, 642 Main 
Kirshausen Fanny, 282 Race 
Kohlbrandt Chas., brush mkr., s.e.c. 

Liberty and Pleasant 
Kraus John, book agt., Charlotte nr. 

Baymiller 
Larkin Barney, packer, wks. at J. K. 
Hurin's 

LATHROl' W. II., 
Attorney at Law and Notary, 6 
Masonic T'elnple, h. 146 Broadway 
L-uulick John, lab., wks. 413 W. Front 
Lee Elizabeth, laundress, 382J W. 7th 
Lenzer Hy., cof. h., 804 W. Front 

LOOMIS & LEE, (M. D. W. L & J. 
G. C. L..) Marble and Slate Stone 
Mantels, J3>l Main 
LOUDEN J. A. & CO., (J. A. L. & 
Wm. H. Lodge,) Commission Mer- 
chants, 8 W. Front 
Lukens C. F., furniture store, 215 W. 

5th, h. 30 Jones 
McCaity Thos., lab., 182 E. Pearl 
McNecolas Eliza, fruit store, 239 W. 6th 
MartindHle C. D., elk., 83 W. Pearl, h. 
47 George 

METROPOLITAN BUILDING, 
n.e.c. 9thand Walnut 

Meyer Conrad, cooper, 26 Pleasant 
Meylar Margaret, widow, .14 Commerce 
Miscowilsch Daniel, clergyman, w.s. St. 

Clair b. 8th and 8th 
Parkens Chas. L., shoemkr., Walnut 

Hills 

PENNY GROVE J.. Commission and 
forwarding Merchant and Grain 
Dealer. 57 W. 2d 
Porter D, G., elk., 64 W. 5th, bds. 151 

W 5th 
Poschke Herman IL, dray., 12 Abigail 

RADSPI.NNER & LLOYD, (V. R. & 
A. L.) Real Estate, Patent Right, 
' Auction, and General Agency, 60 
E.3d, 
Radspinner V., (R. & Lloyd,) 60 E. 3d 
Rogers Thornton P., salesman, 33 Rich- 
mond 
1^ OSS JOHN L., 
\ Paper Warehouse, 45 W. 2d, 
^ h. 120 E. 3d 
Rosswinker Bernard A., b.k., 372 Main 
Russell Jesse, bds. 242 Plum 

SANDHEGER C, 
Dealer in Wines and Liquors, 
25 W. Court 
Sarson Edward, dray., 331 John 
Saunders Wm., whitewasher, 112 E. 6th 

SCHRAM A. D., 
Steamboat Agent and Commission 
Merch't, 25 W. Front, h. Covington 
Schott Henry, cooper, Harrison av. nr. 
Western av. 

SHAW, BARBOUR &. CO , (Chas. G- 
S.. Lucius B & Goodrich H. Bar- 
bour,) Wholesale Dry Goods, 81 
W. Pearl 
Smith McD. Chas., salesman, 103 W. 

Pearl, h. 228 Ban- 
Vollmer John, cooper, 466 Walnut 
Vomleiahe Barney, shoemkr., 118 W. 

Front 
White Mary, teacher, Woodward High 
School 



Cincinnati City Grnide 



street Directory. 



This Street Directory is simply an alphabetical arrangement of the Streets, Alleys, etc, with a sufficient portion of the 
corner numbers attached to each to make it a means by which citizens may become familiar with the system of numbering, 
and it will be found by them, as well as strangers, to be a practical guide to the difierent parts of the city, as far as it has yet 
been numbered. 

Explanations.— On all streets commencing at and running directly from the river the odd numbers are on the West, and 
the even on the East side of the street, commencing at the River. On all streets crossing Main, the ndd numbers are on the 
South, and the even on the North side of the street, commencing at and running East and West from Main, thus dividing each 
into two distinct streets, distinguished by prefixing East and West to the name. A few instances occur, where two streets have 
the same name — generally one of them iu the suburbs, not numbered. A * is affixed to the one at present of the least conse- 
quence, to designate it. 

It was thought unnecessary to give the corner number on both sides, where streets crossed. The odd ones are used in all 
cases, except where they (without crossing) proceed from, or come to, the oae upon which the numbers are designated. 



AAROX alley, b, Wood and 
W. Water Canal, fr. Webb 
to Avery. 
ABBOTT alley, b. Webster and 
Franklin.from Van Seggern 
al. to College al. 
ABIGAII,, e. from 488 Main, 
b. Hunt and Woodward. 
41 Sycamore, 
85 Broadway, 
\m Spring. 
ACCOMMODATION, e. and 

n. from 64 con. e. 8th. 
ADAMS, w. fr. 519 Elm to 

Plum. 
ADAMS alley, b. Findlay and 
Livingston, fr. Linn to Bell. 
ADDISON, n. of Thomas, fr. 

Central Avenue to Valley. 
AHLER alley, b. Blackford 
and Clark, from Gerrard to 
Ludlow avenue. 
AILANTHUS, b. Baymiller 
and Freeman, fr. Bank to 
Central Avenue. 
ALBION alley, b. Wayne and 
Morgan fr. Concord to Finch 
al. 
ALEXANDER, n. from Balti 

more w. of McGrew. 
ALFRED, n. of Addison, fr. 

Central av. to Valley. 
ALLEN alley, b. Culvert and 

New. fr. 6th to North. 
ALLISON, w. fr. 573 Main,b, 
13th and Liberty, to Vine. 
21 Clay, 
39 Walnut. 
AMITY alley, e. of Baymillei 

fr Bank to Dayton al. 
ANDERSON alfey. b. Park 

and Mill, fr. Front to 3d. 
ANDRKSS alley, b. Patterson 
and Cok-man, from Garden 
to Brighton al. 
ANDREWS alley, b. 8th and 

9th, fr. Vine to Plum. 
ANN, w. fr. 447 Pium, n. of 

12th, to Central Avenue. 

ARCH, e. from lOS Broadway 

b. 3d and 4th, to Lawrence. 

ASH, n. of Swift, fr. Martin 

to Collard. 
ASHTON alley, b. Findlay and 
Livingston, fr. Baymiller to 
Werner. 
ATKINSON, e. of Renshaw, 

fr. Elm east. 
AUBURN, n. fr. head of Syc- 
amore. 
AUGUSTA, w. fr. 47 Central 
Avenue b. w. 2d and W. W. 
Canal. 3 



AVERY, b. 3d and 5th, fr. e. 
of Park, to a point w. of W. 
W. Canal. 
AVERY alley ,b. Coleman and 
Denman, from Garden to 
Brighton al. 
BADEAU alley ,e. of Farmer's 

al. fr. Front to Fisher al. 
BALL, e. of Elm, from Atkin- 
son to Renshaw. 
BALTIMORR, w.fr. 631 Syc- 
amore, n. of Miami. 
BANK, w. fr. 883 Central Av- 
enue n. ofDayton. 
67 Linn, 
121 Piatt. 
BANK alley, n. fr. 22 W. 3d 

to W. 4th. 
BALDWIN alley, e. of Race 

fr. 7th to 12th. 
BARD alley, e. of John, from 

Betts to Livingston. 
BARNES alley, b. Mill and 

Park, fr. Mill to Avery. 
BARR w. from 61 Mound b. 
George and W. 7th. 
59 Cutter, 
123 Linn, 
175 Baymiller. 
BARR alley, b. 5th and Long 
worth, fr. Mound to Stone. 
BARTON alley, b. Ailanthus 
and Freeman, from Bank to 
Clearwater, 
BAUM, n. fr. e. 3d, e. of Kil 

gour to 6th. 
BAYMILLER, n. fr. 5th, w. 
of Linn. 
lO^This street is numbered 
from 418 George, which was 
formerly its commencement. 
15 Barr, 
27 W. 7th, 
37 Van Horn, 
49 W. 8th, 
71 Kemhie, 
91 Richmond, 
113 Catharine, 
141 Cedar. 
Piatt street is now attached 
to this street under the name 
of Baymiller. HZr" See Piatt 
for the numbers, as they have 
not yet been changed. 
BEDINGER, e. from '274 
Broadway, b. W. 8th and W. 
9th. 
BEECH alley, b. Liberty and 
Milton, from a point e. of 
Broadway to College al. 
BELL, e. of Linn,fr. Living- 
ston to Findlay. ' 



BEM, n. of Cross, head of 

Hamburch. 
BENHAM'alley, w. from 141 
Race, b. 3d and 4th to Elm. 
BENT alley, w. of Cutter, fr. 

David to Melancthon. 
BENTON, s, of Elder, fr. Vine 

to Hamilton Road. 
BERK, s. of Windsor, from 

Hathaway lane to Francis 

lane. 
BERKS alley, n. of 4th, from 

Vine to Stone al. 
BETTS,w fr. 537 Central Av- 
enue b. Laurel and Clin 

ton. 

37 John, 
85 Cutter, 
145 Linn, 
209 Piatt. 
BETTS alley, b. Dudley and 

Freeman, from Everett to 

Poplar. 
BICKETT alley, w. line of 

Methodist Burying Ground, 

from Court to Clark. 
BIGELOW, e. of Walker, fr 

Channin? to Saunders. 
BLACKFORD, n. of Espano- 

la, from Gerrard to Ludlow 

avenue. 
BOAL, e. fr. 552 Sycamore, n 

of Milton. 
BODMAN alley, b. St. Clair's 

al. and Slain, from 6th to 

Gano. 
BODLEY alley, b. Abiirail and 

Woodward fr. Pendleton to 

Schultz al. 
BOGEN alley, b. Denman and 

Freeman, from Garden to 

Brighton al. 
BOHN alley, b. Ann and 14th. 

fr. W. Plum to Central Av- 
enue. 
BONSALL allev, b, 2d and 

South Pearl, fr. Dart al. to 

Ormsby's line. 
BOXTE alley, s. of Front, fr. 

Peter al. to French. 
BOONE, e. of Lafayette from 

Marion to McMillan. 
BOOTS alley, e. of Vine, fr 

13th to Allison. 
BORCHER alley, b. Fulton 

avenue and Grove, fr. Starr 

to Vance al. 
BORDEN'S alley, b. George 

and Gth, fr. College to Elm. 
BOSLEY, s. of Atkinson, fr. 

Elm east. 
BOSTON, e. of Butler, from 

Pearl to 2d. 



BRACKETT alley, b. Walnut 
and Clay, fr. 12th to a point 
n. of 13th. 
BRANCH, s. of Stark, w. fr. 

w. line of Sec. 12. 
BREMEN, fr. 12th b. Vine 
and Race. 
41 13th, 
81 14th, 
119 lath, 
167 W. Liberty, 
211 Green, 
251 Elder. 
BRIGHTON, w. of. Division, 
fr West avenue to Thomas. 
BRIGHTON alley, s. of Cen- 
tral Avenue fr. I?atterson to 
Freeman. 
BROAD, n. of Reed, fr. the 
Ohio river'to Fulton avenue 
BROADWAY, n. fr. 55 Front 
or Pub. Landing, e. of Syc- 
amore. 

25 Yeatman, 
47 E 2d, 
68 Consress, 
81 E. Pearl, 
99E.3d, 
110 Arch, 
125 E. 4th, 
159 E. 5th, 
172 Harrison, 
193 E. 6th, 
213 New, 
233 E. 7th, 
261 E. 8th, 
276 Bedinger, 
291 E. 9th, 
310 Court, 
353 Hunt, 
387 Abigail, 
407 Woodward, 
427 Franklin, 
445 Webster, 
473 Liberty. 
BROMWELL alley, b. Rice 
and Alexander fr. Mulberry 
to near Fountain. 
BROOKLYN, e. of Waldon, 
fr. the Ohio river to n. line 
of Nassau subdivision. 
BROOKS alley, b. N. Pearl 
and 3d, fr. Park to sec. line. 
BROWNE, parallel to the Mi- 
ami Canal fr. Hamilton road 
to section line. 
BUCHANAN, b. 4th and 5th 

fr. Lawrence to Pike. 
BUCKEYE, w. fr. Main,n. of 
Hamilton Road. 
18 Eden, 
49 Locust, 
107 Poplar. 



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CINCINNATI CITY GUIDE. 



BURNET, w. fr. 137 Walnut. 

b. 3<1 an,l 4;h to Race. 
BCKROWS, w. fr. 09 Race to 

Elm, b. W. '2d and Pearl. 
BUTCHERS' alley, b. Clear- 
water and Bank, fr. Clark - 
son to Starch at. 
BUTLKR,n.fr. river to E.5th 
b. Pike and M. Canal. 
11 E. Front, 
41 Congress, 
77 E. 3d. 
BTRON, w. of Hamburg, fr. 

the M. Canal north. 
CAIN alley, b. Culvert and 
ILubbard.fr. Culvert to Cork 
al. 
CAMPBELL, w. of Elm. fr. 

Dick al. to Fiudl.-iy. 
CANAL, EAST, e. from 330 

Miiin to Sycamore. 
CANAL, WESl , w. from 420 
Main to Plum, 
24 Clay, 
43 Walnut, 
62 Jackson, 
fl Vine, 
J23 Race, 
lG;(Elm. 
CARL alley ,b. Mill and Stone 

fr. 3d to Avtry. 
CARMALT.e. fr. Young, n- 

of Channini;. 
CARN ty , e. of Fuller, fr. Pa- 
vilion to n. line of section 
12. 
CARR, n. fr. 704 W. Front w. 
of Freeman. 
79 W. Gth, 
<« Tay lor, 
103 Fremont, 
179 AV. .^th, 
199 Kemble, 
217 Richmond. 
CARTKirS alley, b. 9th and 

Court, fr. Walnut to Elm. 
CASSATT'Salley, e.from 500 
Main to Broadway, b. Abi- 
gail and Woodward. 
CATIIEURAL alley, b, 7th 
andethfr. Plum to Central 
Avenue. 
CEDAR alley, b. 9th & Rich- 
mond, fr. Freeman to e. of 
Linn. 
CELESTIAL, n. of Oregon, 
fr 3d to Observatory road. 
CEMETERV, s. of McMillan, 
fr. Kemiier lane to a poine 
e. of Hathaway lane. 
CF.NTEK alley, b. Druggist, 
and Wolfal. fr.5thto Church 
al. 
CKNTRAL AVENUE, n. fr. 
Kiver, b. Plum and John. 
9 Water, 
31 front, 
49 .iugusta, 
6- W. 2d, 
85 W. W. Canal, 
103 W.3d, 
12ii MoFarbnd, 
147 W.4th, 
170 Perry, 
l'.t3 W.-,5th, 
2l.i Longworth, 
239 W. 6ih, 
203 (leovge, 
2!^5 W. 7ih, 
311 W. 8th, 
337 W. 9tb, 
340 W. 9th, 
36) Richmond, 
374 Court, 
387 Court. 
413 Elizabeth, 
437 Chestnut, 
459 Clark. 
493 Hopkins, 

504 Ann, 
517 Laurel, 
539 Betts, 
542 14th, 

505 Clinton. 
583 Everett, 
603 David, 



629 Wade. 
653 Melancthon, 
679 W. Liberty, 
694 Ash, 
699 Oliver, 
721 Poplar, 
771 Maple, 
809 York, 
851 Dayton, 
885 Bank, 

913 op. Mohawk Bridge, 
963 CI ark son, 
1011 Baymiller, 
1075 Freeman. 
•CENTRAL avenue. n.of Mil- 
ler, fr. .Auburn to Hunt. 
CHANNIXG, n. of Ringgold, 

fr. Price to Bigelow. 
CHAPEL, b, 8th and 9th, fr. 

Walnut to Vine. 
CHARLES, w.fr. 361 Elm to 

Central Avenue. 
CHARLOTTE, n. of Findlay, 
fr M. Canal to a point w.of 
John. 
CHASE alley, b. New and 7th 

from Scott al. east. 
CHEAPSIDE, (East & West) 
e, and w. side of M. Canal 
basin, n. fr. e 8th to Court. 
CHERRY alley, b' Front and 
Phcebn, fr. Hughes al. to 
Plum. 
CHhSTNUT, w.fr. 435 Cen- 
tral Avenue b. Elizabeth & 
Clark. 

41 John. 
CHURCH alley, w, from 177 
Main to Walnut, b. W.4th 
and 5th. 
CLARK, w. fr.457 Central ay. 
n. of 12th 
37 John, 
49 Fulton, 
111 Cutter, 
129 Knssuth, 
149 Rittenhouse, 
161 Hand, 
175 Linn, 
223 Baymiller, 
255 Pine. 
CLARK alley, b. Commerce 

and2d, fr. Vine to Netial. 
CLARKSON, n. fr. 76 Bank 

to Central Avenue. 
CLAY, n. fr. 24 W. Canal. 
41 12th, 
79 13th, 
133 Allison. 
CLAYER'S alley, b- Clinton 
and Evereti, fr. Freeman to 
Bay miller, and fr. Linn to 
John. 
CLEAR allev, b. Frank and 
Bank, fr. Mill Creek to W. 
avenue. 
CLKARWATER.w.fr. Clark- 
son to Freeman. 
CLIFTON aliey.b .ffentonand 
Kibby, fr. Wayne to Law- 

CLINTON, w. fr. 563 Central 

Avenue b. Betts & Everett. 
37 John, 
87 Cutter, 
151 Linn, 
217 Piatt. 
CLINTON COURT, n. fr. 68 

Clinton b. John and Cutter. 
COGGSWELL avenue, n. of 

Saunders, fr. Auburn east. 
COGGSWELL alley, w. of 

Sycamore, from Abigail to 

Liberty. . 
COLBY alley, b. Dunl.ip and 

Elm. fr. Forbus al. to Ham- 
ilton Road. 
COLEMAN, w. of Denman, 

fr. York al. to Harrison av. 
COLEMAN -alley ,h. St. Clair's 

al. and Main from 9th to 

Court. 
COLLARD, n. from river, b. 

Whittaker and Washington. 
COLLEGIA, n. fr. 108 w. 0th 

to 7th, b. Vine and Race. 



COLLEGE alley, w of Broad- 
way, fr. Mifton to a point e. 
of Abigail. 
COMMERCE, w.fr. 39 Wal- 
nut to Hlum. 
45 Vine. 
CONCORD, e. of Kenton, fr. 
Montgomery Pike to McMil- 
lan. 
CONES alley, e. of Linn, fr. 
Clark to Hopkins, and from 
Laurel to Betts. 
CON K LIN. n. of Graham, fr. 

Race to Ohio avenue. 
CONVENT alley, b. 5th and 
6th, around the Catholic 
Convent. 
COOK, w. of Central Avenue 

fronijAddison to Alfred. 
COOPER alley, w. of Elm. fr. 

6th to 7th. 
COPELEN, e. of Concord 'r. 
Montgomery Pike to Mc- 
Millan. 
CORK alley, b. nth and Sth 

fr. Culvert to Hubbard. 
CORPORATION alley, b.Lib- 
erty and Milton, fr. Wilson 
to Price. 
COURT, EAST, e. from 380 
Main. 
11 Merchant. 
21 from e. front of Court 

House, 
37 Sycamore, 
51 Cheapside East, 
61 Brondw.iy. 
COURT, WEST, w. from 399 
Main, b. W, 9th and Canal, 
to Central Avenue. 
25 St. Clair's al. 
49 Walnut, 
103 Vine, 
143 Race, 
183 Elm, 
219 Plum. 
J]^W. of Central Avenue 
this street is continued upon 
what has heretofore beenCath- 
arine street; but as tlie old 
numbering has been altered 
only in a few instances, we 
give the numbers as on that 
street— starting fiom 385 Cen- 
tral Avenue. 
45 John, 
81 Fulton, 
137 Cutter, 
1.54 KossQlh, 
171) Rittenhouse, 
201 Linn, 
249 Baymiller. 
CR4MSEY alley, b. Mound 
and Cut;er,fr. Court to Pen- 
nock al. 
CRAVEN alley, e. of Central 
Avenue fr. 8th to Richmond 
CRIPPEN alley, e. of Syca- 
more fr. 7th to 8th. 
CROSS, n. of Mohawk, from 
Kirby's line to a point e. of 
Elm. 
CULVERT, n. from 206 e. 3d, 
b. Butler and M. Canal. 
77 W. 5th, 
125 W. 6th, 
l.i7 W.7th. 
CUMMINSVILLE avenue.w. 
of Cook, fr. Cook's n. line 
to Alfred, 
CURTIS, s. of McMillan, fr. 
Montgomery Pike to Kem- 
per line. 
CUSHING alley, b. Goodloe 
and Front, from Willow to 
Niagara. 
CUTS alley, b. 5th and 6th fr. 

Thomas al. to Sycamore. 
CUTTER, from W. 0th w. of 
Mound. 

21 George, 
37 Barr, 
53 W. 7th, 
63 Van Horn, 
71 W. 8lh, 
F9 Kern We, 



111 Richmond, 
137 Catharine. 
213 Clark, 
233 Hopkins, 
257 Laurel, 
279 Betts, 
301 Clinton, 
319 Everett, 
337 David, 
353 Wade. 
DALE, w. of Brooklyn, from 
Brooklyn to E. B. Reeder's 
n. line. 
DARK alley, b. Main and Syc- 
amore, fr. Front to Kirby al. 
DART alley, b. Central Ave- 
nue and John, fr. 2d to 4th. 
DAVID w. fr. 601 Central Av- 
enue b. Everett and Wade. 
41 John. 
73 Cutter. 
DAVIS, n. fr. Boal e. of Syc- 

DAWSON alley, b. Pike and 

Lawrence, fr. Pe:u-1 to 3d. 
DAYTON alley, b. Dayton and 

Bank, fr. Central Avenue to 

Baymiller. 
DAYTON, w. fr. 849 Central 

Avenue b, York and Bank. 
81 Linn, 
131 Piatt. 
DEER CREEK ROAD, n. fr, 

12(1 e. Court. 
DeKALB, s. of Wilkinson, fr. 

Irwin's e. line to Montgom- 
ery Pike. 
DENMAN, w. of Freeman, fr. 

Bank to Central .4.venue,and 

fr. Kenner to Flint. 
DEPOT, w.s. W. W. Canal, fr. 

5th to 6th, 
DICK alley, b. Green and Lib- 
erty, fr. Logan to Elm. 
DIVISION, w. of Kiddle, fr. 

Bank to Harrison avenue. 
DOANE, w. of Starr, fr.Grore 

to E. B. Reedsr's line. 
DODSON alley, b. St, Clair's 

al. and Walnut, fr. 6th to 

Gano. 
DORSEY. n. of Baltimore, fr. 

Sycamore to Alexander. 
DOVER, e. of Irwin, fr Mor- 
gan to McMillan. 
DOVER alley, b. Adams and 

Wade, fr. Plum to Elm. 
DRAKE, e. of Walker, fr. 

Bo.al to Ringgold. 
DRUGGIST alley, w. of Main, 

fr. Church al. to 5th. 
DRUM alley, n. of I3th, fr. 

Brackett al. to German al. 
DUDLEY, n. fr. 212 Everett 

to Poplar, b, Piatt and Free- 
man. 
DUNLAP, w. ofElm.fr. For- 
bus al. to Hamilton road. 
DUNSETH alley, b. 2d and 

Pearl, fr. -Main to Vine. 
EAST alley, b. Vine and Fox, 

fi. Mulberry to Findlay 'sn. 

line. 
EDDY alley, b. Webster and 

Liberty, fr. Von Seggern al. 

to College al. 
EDEN n. fr. 18 Buckeye. 
EGGLESTON alley ,b. Morgan 

and Montgnruery Pike, fr. 

Copelan to Fitch al. 
EGLANTINE avenue, e. of 

Grand, fr. Morris to Nassau. 
EIGHTH, EAST, e. fr. 330 

Main. 

15 Pancoast al. 
21 Watson al, 
37 Sycamore, 
79 Broadway, 
1)9 M. Canal. 
EIGHTH, EAST, con. n. fr. 

132 Lock. 

64 Accommodation. 
EIGHTH, WEST, w. fr. 329 

Main. 

19 Miller, 
37 Walnut, 
73 Vine, 





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11 


1(19 Race, 


BWAN alley, b. Brighton and 


FOSTER, w. of the eastern 


97 Lawrence, 


145 Kim, 


Division ir. Burnet to Har- 


bounilary line of the city, 


139 Pike, 


251 Central Avenue, 


rison av. 


running fr. Front to Wheel- 


1H3 Butler, 


281 John, 


EXETER, s. of Erank, fr. 


er's line. 


235 M. Canal, 


335 Mound, 


Webster av. to Mill Creek. 


FOURTEENTH, w. fr. 489 


203 Kilgour, 


365 Cutter, 


PAIRVIEW avenue, e. of 


Vine to Central Avenue. 


41SJun--.tion of Pearl, 


449 Linn, 


Browne, from a point n. of 


19 Bremen, 


539 Parsons, 


495 Haymiller, 


Browne's n. line to the sec- 


41 R,.ce, 


597 WhittaKer, 


559 Freeman, 


tion line 


61 Pleasant, 


747 Washington. 


m Carr, 


FALL alley ,b. Elm and Plum, 


81 Elm. 


FRONT. WEST, w.fr. foot of 


643 Harriet. 


fr. Wade to Liberty. 


FOURTH, EAST, e. fr. 150 


Main. 


ELDER, w. fr. 123 Hajpilton 


FARAN alley, b Kenton and 


Main. 


16 Reynolds, 


road. 


Concord, Ir. Wayne to Mon- 


37 Sycamore, 


41 W.alnut, 


5 Hamer, 




77 Broad nay. 


73 Vine, 


17 Vine, 


FARMERSaliey,e. of Lewis, 


88 McAllister, 


111 Race, , 


27 Bremen, 


fr. Front to Longwolth. 


1(13 Lawrence: 


149 Elm, 


51 Race, 


FERGUSON'S alley, b. 8th 


104 Buchanan, 


185 Plum. 


91 Elm, 


and 9th. fr. Main to Syca- 


121 Lytle. 


229 Central Avenue, 


101 Campbell, 




FOURTH, EAST, e. fr. 100 


271 John, 


113 Logan. 


FERN alley ,b. Frank and Ex- 


Butler to Ellen. 


3(17 Smith, 


ELIJAH alley, b. Young and 


eter, fr. Mill Creek toW.av 


FOURTH, Wl- ST, w. fr. 551 


3(i2 Rose, 


Price, fr. Boal to Channing. 


FIFTEENTH, w. fr. 531 Vine 


Main. 


479 Mill, 


ELIZABETH, w.fr 411 Cen- 


to Central Avenue. 


45 Walnut, 


502 Ramsey, 


tral Avenue to Mound, 


19 Bremen, 


85 Vine, 


573 Wood, 


:i9 John, 


39 Rice, 


150 Race, 


f.18 junction W. 3d, 


ELLEN, n. fr. 260 e. of Locke 


57 Pleasant. 


165 Elm, 


5m Freemsn, 


43 W. 4 th. 


FIFTH, EAST, e. fr. 202 


2l'5Plum, 


706 Carr, 


ELM, n. fr. Kiver, b.Race and 


Main. 


245 Central Avenue. 


756 Harriet. 


Plum. 


41 Sycamore, 


283 John, 


FUGATE alley, n fr 15th b. 


9 Water, 


77 Broadway, 


315 Smith, 


Plum and Central Avenue. 


2" W. Front, 


95 McAllister, 


39:i Pa-k, 


FULLER, e. of Kirby, fr. 


51 Cherry, 


111 Buchanan, 


419 Mill, 


Pavilion to Court. 


71 W. 2d, 


146 op. Pike, 


461 Stone. 


FULTON avenue, n. of Front 


163 Pearl. 


181 Butler, 


FOURTH alley, n. of Benton, 


fr. Washington to Wallace 


119 W. 3d, 


211 M. Canal, 


fr. Hamar to Vine. 


al. 


135 McFirland, 


217 Lock. 


FOWLER, e. of Dover, fr. 


GAGE, n. of Fountain, fr. 


153 W. 4th, 


FIFTH, WEST, w. fr. 193 


Lawyer to McMillan. 


Rice to Sycamore. 


191 W. 5th, 


Main, 


FOY, w. of Race, fr. Mulberry 


GAMBLE alley, w. of Central 


2ti9 LonfTWorth, 


41 Walnut, 


to Findlay's n. line. 


Avenue, fr. Betts to Living- 


243 George, 


53 Vine, 


FRANC IS LAN E. e. of Hath- 


ston. 


2G1 W. 7th, 


167 Race, 


away lane, from Hathaway 


GANG. w.fr. 273 Main b. 6th 


£85 W. eth, 


181 Elm, 


lane to Kemper lane. 


and 7th to Vine, 


307 w. 9th, 


233 Plum, 


FRANK, s. of Bank. fr. W. 


25 Miller. 


321 William, 


283 Central Avenue, 


avenue to Mill Creek. 


49 Walnut, 


331 W. Court, 


293 John, 


FRANK alley, s. of Sharp al. 


67 L .dge. 


351 W. Canal, 


361 Smith, 


fr. Bank to H.milton road. 


GARDEN, n. of Dayton, fr. 


3?5 12th, 


406 Mound, 


FRANK LIN, e.fr. .536 Main, 


Freeman to Riddle. 


4(15 Grant, 


447 Park, 


b. Woodward and Webster 


GARRARD, n. of Gest w. of 


461 14th, 


4C7 Mill, 


to Broadway. 


Freeman. 


479 Madison, 


515 Stone, 


21 II mover. 


GAS alley. n.fr.382W Front 


491) Fifteenth, 


555 Wood, 


39 Sycamore. 


to W. 2de. s.Gas Works. 


521 Adams, 


601 W. W. Canal, 


FREE alley, b. Gest & Clark, 


GAY alley, w. of Bavmiller fr. 


541 Monroe, 


016 Hannibal, 


fr. Israel al. to Luken al. 


fr. York to York al. 


5:.9 W. Liberty, 


6-^6 Pierson. 


FREEMAN, n. fr. 064 W. 


GEORGE,w.fr.253 Race, b. 


5m Green, 


FINCH alley, e. of Copelen, 


Front, at junction W. 5th, 


W. 6th and W. 7th. 


619 Elder, 


fr. Kemper al. to Montgom- 


77 W. 6th, 


41 Elm, 


659 Locust, 


ery Pike. 


101 C. H. & D. Railroad, 


81 Plum, 


693 Cooper. 


FINDLAY.w.fr. 153 Hamilton 


110 George, 


I2\ Central Avenue, 


ELM alley, e. of Linn, from 


read (junction of Vine and 


132 Barr. 


1.57 John, 


York to York al. 


Hamilton road.) 


152 W. 7th, 


195 Smith, 


ELYSIAN, b. Ohio av. and 


9 Bremen. 


164 Van Horn, 


235 Mound, 


Race, fr. Ohio av. to Gra- 


35 Race, 


371 W. 8th, 


293 Cutter, 


ham, and fr. Shawk'sn.line 


73 Elm, 


193 W. 9ih, 


366 Linn, 


to Madeira. 


83 Campben, 


215 Richmond, 


418 Baymiiler. 


EMERSON alley,w. of Elm, 


97 Logan. 


240 Court. 


GERMAN alley, w. of Main, 


fr. Gr;int. 


jniPTtiis street is now con- 


269 Gest 


fr. 13th north. 


ESPANOLA, "n. of Gest, fr. 


tinued from Plum to Freeman 


276 Cedar, 


GERRARD. alley, e. of Wal- 


Freeman to Ludlon' av. 


—name changed from Mnple 


323 Bonita, 


lace al., fr. Front, n. 


EVKRETT, n.of Clinton, fr. 


—it is partially numbered as 


351 Hopkins, 


GEST, w. fr. 269 Freeman, n. 


Central Avenue to Freeman 


Maple. 


3:2 Laurel, 


of Richmond (PI ink Road-) 


JT? The street heretofore 


FLINT, w. fr. 457 Freeman, 


398 Betts, 


GIFFIN, e. fr. Ludlow b. 


commenced at Plum, embrac- 


b. Kenner and W. Liberty. 


418 Clinton, 


River and E. Front. 


ing that part of 15th which 


FIRMAN alley, b. Freeman 


4:>8 Everett, 


GILMORE alley, b. Vine and 


lies west of the M. Canal— we 


and Louisa, fr. Clark to 


457 Flint, 


Race, from Water to n. of 


give the numbers as they stand 


Hopkins. 


48fi Hickory, 


Pearl. 


commencing at 519 Plum. 


FIRST alley, op. Green from 


529 Liberty, 


GLASS alley, b. Elder and 


15 Providence, 


Hamer to Vine. 


572 Poplar 


Green, fr. Elm to Race. 


29 Central Avenue, 


FISHERS alley, s. of Center, 


594 Livingston, 


GLENN alley, s. of Front fr. 


71 John, 


fr. Selas al. to tne e. line of 


6(8 Maple, 


Hogarth al. to Ha/.en. 


1(15 Cutter, 


Lewiston 


644 York, 


GOLD alley, s. of Charlotte, 


144 Jones, 


FITCH alley, b. Copelen and 


678D.ayton, 


fr. Proctor al. to Peck al. 


163 Linn, 


Concord, from Morgan to 


709 Bank. 


GORDON, e. of Wallace al. 


217 Piatt, 


Montgomery Pike. 


FREMON r,w. fr. 103 Carr. 


fr Front to the n. line of 


244 Dudley, 


FLICK alley, n. of Huber fr- 


(the track of C. II. & D. 


Lewistown. 


ENGINE alley, b. Franklin 


Hamer to Goose al. 


Railroad) 


GOOSE alley, b. Bremen and 


and M'^ebster, fr. Longal. to 


FOBES alley, n. of 14th, run- 


FRENCH, e. of Hnzen fr. 


Race.fr. 14th to Elder. 


Cosswellal. 


ning from Plum to Provi- 


the Ohio River to the n. 


GRAHAM, n. of Ohio av., fr. 


ENON alley, b. Orchai-d and 


dence. 


lineofOarrsville. 


Race to Ohio av. 


Webster, fr. Long al. to 


FOLZ alley, n. of Pike al, fr. 


FRIENDSHIP, b. Front and 


GRAHAM'S alley, w. fr. 17 


Cogswell al. 


Hamar to Bremen. 


Pearl, fr Lawrence to Butler. 


Central Avenue to Smith. 


ERNST alley, s. of Harrison 


FORBUS alley, b. Henry and 


FRONT OR PUBLIC LAND- 


GRAND, e. of Old Wal. Hillg 


av. fr. Barnard to Riddle. 


Findlay,fr. Race to Plum. 


ING, e.fr. 2 Main to Brd'y. 


road. f-. Morris to Nassau. 


ESSEX alley, e. of Baymiiler, 


FORD alley, s. of Front, fr. 


FRONT, EAST, e. fr.' Public 


GR\NDIN-Salley,w. ir. 367 


fr. Yort: to York al. 


Willow to Leatlieibury. 


Landing, at the foot of 


Vine. 


EVANS alley, n. of Mulberry, 


FOUNI'AIN.n. of Mount, fr. 


Broadway, 


GRANT, w. fr. 405 Elm to 


fr. Vine to Race. 


McGrew to Rice. 


51 Ludlow, 


Plum, b. 12th and 14th. 



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GREEN, w. fr. 621 Vine n. of 
W. Liberty, 
13 Bremen, 
41 Kace, 
59 Pleasant. 
GREEN alley, e. of Badeau 
al.,fr. Front, n. on the e. 
boundary of Lewistown. 
GREANLEAF'S alley, w. fr. 
35 Central Avenue, b. W. 
Front and Augusta. 
GROVE, n. of Fulton ay., fr. 
Brooklyn to a point w. of 
Doane. 
GUIOU alley, e of Central 
Avenue, fr. Court to n. of 
Canal. 
HAFER alley, b. Pleasant and 
Race, fr. llorton al. to Find- 
lay, and fr. Forbus al. to 
Ham. Road. 
HALPIN alley, b. Pearl and 
3d, from Dart al. to w. of 
Smith. 
HAM alley, b. Front and Burt 

fr. Reed to "R'aldon. 
HA.MBUKQ, n. fr. 334 Ham- 
ilton road, e of Mohaivk 
Bridge. 
HaMER, n. fr. Iluber to El- 
der. 
HAMILTON, n. of Fulton 
Avenue, from 'Wallace to 
Brooklyn. 
HAMILTON ROAD, w. from 
639 Main, 
65 Walnut, 
78 Locust, 
105 Elder, 
136 Poplar, 
153 Vine, 
221 Race, 
271 Elm, 
291 Dunlap, 
33-1 Hamburs. 
HAMMOND, tr.lS E. 3d. 

HAND, n fr. Court to 

Clark, b. Rittenhouse and 
Linn. 
HANNIBAL, n. fr. 616 W. 

5lh w. of W. W. Canal. 
HANOVER, n. fr. 18 Wood- 
ward to Franklin. 
HARMAN alley, w. of Jones, 

fr. Everett to Liberty. 
HARRIET, n. from 75'3 W. 

Front, b. Carr and Horn. 
HARRISON, e. fr. 170 Broad- 
way, b. 5th and E. 6th. 
HARRISON, w. fr. s. side of 

Biighton House. 
HATHAWAY, w. fr. Jane to 
W. W. Canal b. W. 6th and 
George. 
HATHAWAY LANE, e. of 
Kemper Lane, fr. McMillan 
to Kemper Lane 
HATTERS alley, b. 5th and 
Longworth, from Walnut to 
Central Avenue. 
HAVEN alley, w. of Elm,fr. 

8th to Richmond. 
HAY alley, b. 13th andMercer 

fr. Boots al. to Seegar al. 

HAZEN, e. of Brooklyn, fr. 

the Ohio River to the n. line 

of Carrsville. 

HAZEN alley, b. Pleasant and 

Elm, fr. Green to Hamilton 

Road. 

HKNDERSON alley, w. of 

Broadway, fr 7th to 8th. 
HENRY, n. of Kindly, from 

Race street to Dunlap. 
HEUST alley, b. Buckeye and 
Hamilton Road, fr. Vine to 
Main. 
HICKORY, now added to 
Wade, w. from 307 Linn to 
Freeman, b. Everett and W. 
Liberty. 
HIGH, n. of Fulton avenue, 
fr. Washington to w. line of 
Carrsville. 
HILL,, e. from Observatory to 
Martin. 



HIMMELSGARNS alley, b 
Pendleton and Spring, fr 
Hunt to Union al. 
HOA ULY, w. of Stone, fr. 5th 

to i;th. 
HOGARTH alley,b. Brooklyn 
and llazen, from Front to 
Glenn al. 
HOLMES alley, b. 2d and 
Pearl, fr. Sycamore to Broad- 
way. 
HOME, n.fr. 186 W. 4th to 

5th, b. Elm and (ium. 
HOPKINS, w. fr. 491 Central 
Avenue b. Clark and Lau- 
rel. 

39 John, 
]b3 Cutter, 
16:> Linn, 
216 Piatt. 
HOPPLE'S alley, e. from 90 

Main to Sycamore. 
HORNE, w. of .McLean av., 

fr. Front to Mill Creek. 
HORNE alley, b. 6ih and Wel- 
ler, from Harriet to Skaats 
al. 
HORTON alley, b. Elder and 

Findlay., fr. Elm to Race. 

HOTEL alley, b. Broadway 

and Ludlow, fr. Front to 2d. 

H0US3IAN alley, b. Abigail 

and Hunt, fr. Broadway to 

Spring. 

HOWARD alley, e. of Plum, 

fr. 5ta to 6th. 
HUBBARD, on the w. of the 

M. Canal, fr. 3d to 8th. 
HUBER, w. fr. Hamerto Vine 

n. of Liljerty. 
HUGHES, n. fr. 61 E. Liber- 
ty, 

39 Schiller. 
HUGHES alley, b. Plum and 
Central Avenue, fr. 2d to 
Cherry al. 
HULBERT alley, b. Riddle 
and W. avenue fr. Dayton 
to Bank. 
IIULSE alley, e. of Jones, fr. 

David to Melancthon. 
HUNT, e. fr. 442 Main, n. of 
Canal, 

41 Sycamore, 
81 Broadway, 
9il Spring. 
IDA, w. of Parallax, fr. Court 
to near the north line of sec- 
tion 12. 
IRWIN, e. of William, from 

Morgan to McMillan. 
IRWIN alley, b. Broadway &; 

Ludlow, fr. Arch to 4th. 
ISAAC alley, w. of Central 
Avenue, fr. Clark to Hop- 
kins. 
ISRAEL alley, e. of Freeman, 

fr. Court to Freeal. 
JACKSON, n. fr. 62 w. Canal 
b. Walnut and Vine. 
3.1 12th 
JAIL alley, e. fr. 468 Main to 
Sycamore, b. Hunt and Abi- 
gail. 
JAMES, w. of McGrew, from 

Fountain to Mason. 
JAMES alley, b. Harrison and 
6th, fr. Scott al. to a point 
w. of Waineral. 
JANE, n. from W. 6th w. of 

Cutter. 
JOHN, n. fr. River b. Central 
Avenue and Smith, 
5 AVater, 
23 W. Front, 
41 Augusta, 
75 W. W. Canal, 
91 W. 3d, 
111 Webb, 
129 W. 4th, 
167 W. 5th, 
181 Lonfworth, 
197 W. 6th, 
211 George, 
22.-) W. 7th, 
2^5 W. 8th, 



259 9th, 
283 Richmond, 
3115 Court, 
327 Elizabeth, 
3J9 Chestnut, 
377 Clark, 
397 Hopkins, 
415 Laurel, 
437 Belts, 
455 Clinton, 
479 Everett, 
497 David, 
513 Wade. 
JOHNSON alley, w. of Vine 

fr. 7th to 12th. 
JONES, n. fr. 144 Everett to 
Liberty, b. Cutter and Linn. 
JORDAN, w. of Baymiller, fr. 

Gest to Clark. 
JOSEPH alley, h. Laurel and 
Belts, fr. Cones al. to Peru 
al. 
KAUTZ alley, b. Broadway 
and Sycamore, from 2d to 
Holmes al. 
KERR alley, b. Warner and 
Baymiller, fr. Livingston to 
Ashton al. 
KELLY alley, b. Poplar and 
Maple, from W. Avenue to 
Kent al. 
KEMBLE, now added to W. 
9th, w. fr. 335 Central Ave- 

45 John, 
101 Fulton, 
223 Linn, 
271 Baymiller, 
349 Freeman, 
397 Carr, 
445 Harriet. 
KEMPER alley, b.Millan and 
W:iyne, fr. a point w. of 
Fowler to Finch al. 
KENDALL alley ,b. Cross and 
Hamilton road,e. and w. fr. 
Elm. 
KENNER. w. fr. Freeman n. 

of Hopkins. 
KENT alley, b. Freeman and 
W. Avenue, from Poplar to 
Maple. 
KENTON, n. fr. Montgomery 

Pike, e. of Kibby. 
KIBBY, e. of Boone, fr. Mont- 
gomery Pike to McMillen. 
KILGOUK, n. from 263 E. 

Front. 
KING alley, b. Wood and 

Stone, fr. Webb to 4th. 
KIRBY. e. of Observatory, fr. 

Pavilion to Court. 
KOSSUTH, n. fr. Court to 
Clark, b. Cutter and Ritten- 
house. 
LAFAYETTE, e. of Symmes, 

fr. Short to McMillan. 
LAKE alley, b. Wade and 
Liberty ,fr. Plum to Fall al. 
LANGDON'S alley, b. Syca- 
more and Main, fr. 7th to s. 
of Cuts al. 
LATTA, s. of Cemetery, fr. 
Kemper lane to Hathaway 
lane. 
LAUREL, w. fr. 515 Central 
Avenue b. Hopkins and 
Betts. 

41 .Tohn, 
61 Scott, 
99 Cutter, 
159 Linn. 
LAUREL alley, b. Freeman 
and Baymiller, fr. 8th to s. 
of George. 
LAWRE.NCE, n. from River 
to E. 4th, b. Ludlow and 
Pike. 
11 E. Front, 
41 Pearl, 
71 E. 3d. 
LAWRENCE alley, b. Syca- 
more and Lafayette, from 
Wayne to Short. 
LAWSON alley, n. fr. 10 E. 
4th to 5th. 



LAWYER, 3. of Monroe, fr. 
Montgomery Pike to Ir- 
win's E. line. 
LEATHERBURY, on E. line 
of section 7, running fr. the 
Ohio River to Front. 
L'HOMMEDIEU alley, b. 
George and 7th, fr. Mound 
to College. 
LEVI alley, b. Green and Lib- 
erty, fr. Pleasant to Race. 
LEWIS, e. of Gordon, fr. the 

Ohio River to McDowell. 
LIBERTY, EAST, (the old 
Corporation Line), e. fr. 624 
Blain. 

16 Hughes, 
37 Sycamore, 
51 Tanner, 
71 Broadway, 
89 Spring, 
98 Wilson, 
105 Pendleton, 
120 Young. 
LIBERTY, WEST, fthe old 
corporation line,) w. fr. 639 
Main. 

21 Clay, 
41 Walnut, 
81 Vine, 
fi9 Bremen 
117 Race 
137 Pleasant, 
155 Elm, 
182 Logan, 
191 Plum, 
2U7 Providence, 
223 Central av., 
265 John, 
283 Cutter, 
323 Jones, 
343 Linn, 
409 Baymiller, 
433 Dublin, 
463 Freeman. 
LINCK alley, s. of Frank al. 
fr. Bank to Hamilton Road. 
LINDEN Avenue w. of Mc- 
Lean Avenue fr. Gest to the 
section line. 
LIN IS, n. fr. 306 George, b. 
Cutter and Baymiller. 
19 Barr, 
33 W. 7th, 
41 A^an Horn, 
53 W.8th, 
69 9th, 

89 Richmond, 
111 Court, 
177 Clark, 
195 Hopkins, 
215 Laurel, 
237 Betts, 
257 Clinton, 
265 Everett, 
309 Hickory, 
349 Liberty, 
369 Oliver, 
387 Poplar, 
407 Livingston, 
427 Maple, 
457 York, 
487 Dayton. 
LINN.EUS, n. of Y'ork, fr. 

Central Avenue to John. 
LITTLE alley, b. Plum and 
Providence, fr. Bohn al. to 
Forbes al. 
LIVINGSTON, w. fr. Central 
Avenue n. of Poplar, 
45 John, 
111 Linn, 
141 Werner, 
171 Baymiller. 
LOCK, n. fr. 249 E. 3d. 
35 E. 4th, 
77 E.5lh, 
113 6th. 
LOCKPORT Avenue, on the 
e. Bank of M. Canal, fr. 
Broadway to Hunt. 
LOCUST, n. fr. 78 Hamilton 
Road. 

27 Buckeye, 
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LODGE, n.fr. 66 W. 5th b. 


MALES alley, e. of Cutter, 


47 George, 


ORMSBY alley, w. fr. Central 


Walnut and Vine to W. 7th. 


fr. Everett to David. 


63 Barr, 


Avenue, b. Augusta and W. 


35 W. Gth, 


MANSFIELD, n. fr. 58 Web- 


75 W. 7th, 


2d. 


57 Gano. 


ster to Milton, b. Sycamore 


83 Van Horn, 


OWEN alley, b. Clearwater 


LOGAN, n. fr. 18<2 W. Liber- 


and Broadway. 


93 W. 8th, 


and Bank, from Freeman to 


ty b. Elm and Plum. 


33 Liberty. 


111 9th, 


Ailanthus. 


73 Elder. 


MAPLE, attached toFindlay, 


131 Richmond, 


PADGETT, e. of Auburn, fr. 


LONG alley, e. of Main fr. 


w. fr. M. Canal, n. of Ash. 


151 Court, 


Miller, north. 


Hunt to Liberty. 


34 Central Avenue, 


172 Elizabeth, 


PANCOAST alley, b. Main 


LONG WORTH, w. from 209 


73 John. 


196 Chesnut. 


and Watson's al.,fr. 7thto 


Tine. 


135 Linn, 


MOUNT, w. fr. Sycamore, n. 


Court. 


41 Race, 


197 Piatt. 


of Reeder. 


PARALLAX, w. of Observa- 


81 EIiD, 


BIAPLE, n. of Poplar, fr. 


MULBERRY. EAST, e. fr. 


tory, fr. Court to the north 


119 Plum, 


Freeman to Wes. Avenue. 


head of Main to Sycamore. 


line of section 12. 


IGI Central Avenue, 


MARGARET, w. of Mound, 


MULBERRY, WEST, w. fr. 


PARK, n. fr. 430, w. 2d, b 


195 John, 


b. Gth and Gfon;e. 


head of Main. 


Smith and Mill to W. Gth. 


227 Smith, 


MARION, s. of Lawyer fr. 


27 Locust, 


39 W. W. Canal, 


'.'-l Mound, 


Montgomery Pike to Sym- 


79 Poplar. 


61 W. .3d, 


309 Park. 


mes. 


NASSAU, s. of Berk, fr. Eg- 


75 Webb, 


LOUISA, b. Freeman and 


MARSH alley b. Pole al. and 


lantine Avenue, to a point 


89 W. 4th, 


Garrard, fr. Gest .to Hop- 


Pearl, fr. Park to section 


w. of Grand. 


105 Moses, 


kins. 


line. 


NASSAU alley, b. Front and 


129 W. 5th, 


LUDLOW, n. fr. River b. 


MARTIN, n. of Front fr. 


Fulton Avenue, fr. Reed to 


147 Longworth, 


Broadway and Lawrence. 


Pearl to Ash. 


Waldon. 


PARK alley, b. Front and W. 


13 E. Front, 


MASON, n. of Gage, fr. Syca- 


NAVE alley, b. Betts and 


W. Canal, fr. Mill to w. of 


27 E. 2d, 


more to Findlny's n. line. 


Clinton, fr. John to Gam- 


Ramsey. 


47 E. Pearl, 


MATHER'S alley,w. of Mont- 


ble al. 


PARSONS, n. fr. River to E. 


83 E. 3d, 


gomery Pike fr. McMillan 


NEAL alley, b. Walnut and 


3d, at .538 E Front. 


97 Arch. 


to Post al. 


Vine.fr. Commerce to 2d. 


PATTERSON,w. of Coleman, 


LUDLOW Avenue, w. of Gar- 


MAYNARD, e. of Padget fr. 


NEST alley, w. of Freeman, 


fr. Bank to Harrison av. 


rard, fr. Gest to Flint. 


Miller, north. 


fr. Front to Sargent. 


PATTERSON alley, w. fr. 221 


LUKEN allev, b. Pine and 


MELANCTHON, w. fr. 651 


NEW. e. fr. 212 Sycamore, b. 


Main to Walnut, b. 5th and 


Freeman, fr. Gest to Flint. 


Central Avenue, b. Wade 


6th and 7th. 


Gth. 


LYTLE, n. fr. 134 E. 3d to 


and W. Liberty to Jones. 


NIAGARA, n. of Weeks, fr. 


PAVILION, n. of Hill, from 


E. 4th, b. Lawrence and 


43 John, 


Front to the Ohio River. 


Observatory to Carney. 


Pike. 


65 Cutter. 


NILES alley, b. Franklin and 


PEA alley, b. Baymiller and 


M'ALLISTER, n. fr. 98 E. 4th 


MERCER.w. fr. 477 Walnut 


Woodward, fr. Long al. to 


Freeman, fr. Clark to Hop- 
kins. 


e. of Broadway to E. 5th. 


to Vine, b. 13th and Allison. 


Cosgswell al. 


M'OAMMON alley, b. Mill 


MIAMI, n. of Jlulberry, fr. 


NINTH, EAST, e. from 370 


PEARL, EAST, (formerly 


and Smith, fr. Front to the 


Syc;imore to Locust. 


Main. 


Lower Market,) e. from 80 


Ohio River. 


MILK, b. Van Lear and Mc- 


41 Sycamore. 


Main to 45 Sycamore. 


M'DOWELL, n. of Front fr. 


Millan, fr. Vine to Mc- 


NINTH, WEST, w. fr. 365 


From Broadway this street 


Lewis to Gordon. 


Millan. 


Main to Central Avenue. 


is numbered as Congress— we 


M'DOWELL alley,n. of Front 


MILL, n. fr. 4S0 W. Front to 


17 Miller, 


attach the numbers assigned 


in McDowell's subdivision. 


W. 5th. 


37 Walnut, 


to that street (Congress). 


M'FARLAND.w.fr. 133Elm, 


55 W. W, Canal, 


75 Vine, 


43Lu,llow, 


b. 3d and 4th, to Central 


71 W. 3d, 


K'9 Race, 


77 Lawrence, 


Avenue. 


83 Webb, 


137 Ross, 


123 Pike, 


M'GREW, n.w. of Locust, fr. 


101 W.4th, 


l-)5 Elm, 


167 Butler, 


Mount to Locust. 


117 Moses. 


181 Plum. 


2J1 Deer Creek Bridge, 
271 Kilgour. 


M'lLVAIN, b. Sycamore and 


MILL alley ,b. Mill and Wood, 


NOBLE alley, b. Carr alley 


Locust, fr. Mound to Saun- 


fr ?ront to the Ohio River. 


and Stone, from Webb to 


Pearl, north and south, are 


ders. 


MILLER, fnew name St. 


Averv. 


a continuation of W. Pearl, fr. 


M'LEAN Avenue, w. of Lud- 


Clair/, n. fr. 28 W. Gth, b 


NORRIS alley, n. of Mound, 


Central Avenue on the n. and 


low, Avenue fr. Bth to Ex- 


Main and Walnut. 


fr. McGrew to Norton al. 


s. sides of W. W. Canal. It 


eter. 


25 Gano, 


NORTH, n. fr. 54 E. 6th, b. 


is numbered as W. W. Canal 


M'MILLAN, nort'n boundary 


45 W. 7th, 


Sycamore and Broadway. 


Basin. 


line. 


77 W. 8th, 


NORTH alley, b. McGrew and 


PEARL. WEST, V. from 79 


MADEIRA, n. of ConkIin,fr. 


108 9th. 


James, fr. Fountain to Lo- 


Main.b. 3d and 4th. 


Race to Ohio Avenue. 


MILLER, n. of Northern 


cust. 


41 Walnut, 


MADISON, w. fr. 477 Elm. 


Avenue, h\ Auburn to a 


NORTHERN avenue, n. of 


77 Vine, 


to Plum, b. 14th and Jef- 


point west of Mavnard. 


Cogswell av., fr. Auburn to 


121 Race, 


ferson. 


MILTON, e. fr. .540 Sycamore, 


East. 


171 Elm. 


MAIDEN Lane. b. Front and 


n. of E. Lihertv. 


NORTON alley. -w. of Locust, 


PECK alley, b. Proctor al. and 


2d, fr. Gas al. to Ander- 


23 Mansfield, 


fr. Mound to McGrew. 


John, fr. Gold al. to Char- 


son's al- 


45 Broadway, 


OAK. n. of Locust, fr. Ham. 


lotte. 


MAIN, n. fr. Pub. Landing, 


73 Wilson, 


Road to Mulberry. 


PEETE, w. fr. Eden,b. Buck- 


b. Walnut and Sycamore. 


97 Young. 


OBSERVATORY, n. fr. Hill 


eye and Mulberry, 


47 2d, 


MITCHELL, n. fr. Celestial 


to ILitch. 


31 Locust, 


81 Pearl, 


to Observatory Road. 


OBSERVATORY road n. and 


87 Poplar. 


9n Hopple's al. 


MOHAWK, n. of Ham. Road. 


e. fr. Baum to Mitchell. 


PENDLETON, n. from 114 


90 3d, 


fr. Ravine to w. iine of sec- 


OHIO allev, b. Adams and 


Hunt, e. of Spring, 


153 4th, 


tion 13. 


15th, fr. Thuber al. to Pitt 


27 Ahiirail, 


179 Church al. 


MONROE, s. of DeKalb, fr. 


al. 


47 Woodward. 


201 .5th, 


Montgomery Pike to Irwin's 


OHIO avenue, n. fr. Hamilton 


PENN, s. of Morgan, fr. Con- 


223 Patterson's al. 


e. Une. 


Road opp. Race. 


cord to Irwin's E. Une. 


249 6th, 


MOORE alley, e. of Plum fr. 


OLIVER, w. fr. 697 Central 


PENNOCK alley, b. Court 


277 Gano, 


8th to Riclimond. 


Avenue, n. of Liberty, 


and Richmond, fr. Freeman 


303 7th, 


MORGAN, s. of Wayne, fr. 


.53 John, 


to B.ayMiller, and Linn to 


331 8th, 


Cnpelento Hunt. 


151 Linn. 


Ci-amsey al. 


367 9th, 


MORRIS, s. of Nassau, from 


OLIVER alley, b. Reynolds 


PERRY, w. fr. 167 Plum. b. 


401 Court, 


Eglantine Avenue, to a 


al. and Walnut, fr. 2d to 


4th and 5th. to Central Av. 


431 Canal, 


point w. of Grand. 


Dunseth al. 


PERRV alley, w. of Race, fr. 


444 Hunt, 


MORRIS alley, b. Elm and 


ORANGE alley, b. Providence 


8th to 12th. 


469 12th. 


Plum, fr. 3d to 4th. 


and Plum, fr. Ore al. to Fu- 


PERU alley, w. of Cutter, fr. 


490 Abigail, 


MOSF.S, (new name Avery.) 


frate al. 


Laurel to Betts. 


51? 13th, 


b. W. 4th and W. 5th, com- 


ORCHARD, e. fr. S'S Main b. 


PEI ER alley, b. French and 


514 Woodward, 


mencing with number 55 b. 


Webster and Liberty to Syc- 


Hazen.fr. Bonteal. to Front 


538 Franklin, 


Smith .ind Park. 


amore. 


PHCEBE, w. fr. 55 Plum to 


564 Webster, 


81 Park, 


ORE allev, s. of 15th, fr. Pro- 


Central Avenue. 


575 Allison, 


101 Mill, 


vidence to Plum. 


PIATT, (now attached to Bay- 


5911 Orchard, 


145 Stone. 


OREGON, n. of Baum, fr. 3d 


miller, but not yet number. 


629 Liberty. 


MOUND, n. fr. 406 W. 5th, b. 


to Ohservatory road. 


ed as part of that street). 


641 Ham. Road, 


Smith and Park. 


O'RIELLY alley, b. Pearl and 


n.frora Clark b. Linn and 


670 Schiller, 


19 Lnn?worth, 


2d, fr. Lawrence to Dawson 


Freeman. 


677 Buckeye. 


37 W. Gth, 


al. 


97 Clinton, 



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121 Everett, 


POST alley, s. of McMillan, 


RITTENHOUSE. w. of Kos- 


SHORT alley, b. Elm and 


]69 Hickory, 


from Montgomery Pike to 


suth, fr. Court to Clark. 


Plum, fr. Canal to Charles. 


21t W. Liberty, 


Mathers al. 


ROLL alley, b. bth and 9th, fr. 


SCUULTZ alley, b. Broadway 


233 Oliver, 


PRESLEY alley, h.Booneand 


Harriet to Home. 


and Spring, fr. Woodward 


251 Poplar, 


Kibby.fr. Montgomery Pike 


ROOT alley, b. College and 


to Housman al. 


271 Livingston, 


to Wayne. 


Race, from Borden alley to 


SHUTE alley, b. 12th and 


327 York, 


PRICE, fr. E. Liberty, e. of 


L'Hommedieu al. 


Grant, fr. Plum to Emerson 


i>61 Dnyton, 


Young. 


ROSE, n. fr. 362 W. Front to 


al. 


393 Bank. 


PROCTOR alley, e. of John, 


3d, b. Smith and Park. 


SIDERIAL. n. of Celestial, s. 


PIATT ulley. b. 7th and 8th, 


fr. Findlay to Charlotte. 


ROSE, alley b. 6th and Gano, 


of the Observatory. 


fr. Elm to Walnut. 


PRODUCE alley, b. Main and 


fr. Dodson al. to Bodman al 


SIXIH, EAST, e. from 248 


PIEKCB alley, b. Clark and 


Sycamore, fr. Kirby alley to 


ROSS alley, e. of Elm, fr. 7th 


Main. 


Hopkins, fr. BaymiUer al.to 


Pearl. 


to 12th. 


20 Langdon's al. 


Pea al. 


PROSPECT, e. fr. Davis, n. 


ROWLAND alley, n. of Ful- 


35 Sycamore, 


PIEKSON.n.fr.635 W. 5th, 


of Boal. 


ton av., fr. Leatherhury 10 


56 North, 


w.ofW.W. Canal to W Cth. 


PROVIDENCE, b. Central 


Rowland's E. line. 


73 Broadway, 


PIKE.n. fr.'Uiver, b. Law- 


Avenue and Plum, fr. 14th 


RUSS alley, b. Green and Folz 


147 Culvert, 


rence and Butler, 


to Liberty, aud fr. Oliver to 


al.,fr.Hamer to Goose al. 


171 Canal. 


21 Front, 


Findlay. 


RUSSELL, w. of Ida, from 


SIXTH, WEST, w. from 247 


61 Pearl, 


43 15th, 


Court, near the n. line of 


Main. 


95 E. 3d, 


91 Wade. 


section 12. 


20 St. Clair, 


123 E. 4th. 


PUG H alley, b. 4th and 5th, 


ST. CLAIR, n. fr. 2nw.6th, 


41 Walnut, 


PINE, b. Jordan and Free- 


from Central Avenue to 


b. Main and WiUuut to Canal 


67 Lodge, 


man, fr. Gest to Clark. 


Smith. 


25 Gano, 


83 Vine, 


PINE alle.v.b. Elm and Plea- 


QUAIL alley, s. of 14th, from 


45 W. 7th, 


108 College, 


SRiit, fr. loth to a point s. of 


Pine al. to Spruce .al. 


77 W.8th, 


123 Race, 


Wlh. 


RACE.n. fr. River, b. Vine 


109 W. 9th. 


171 Elm, 


PINK alley, e. of Freeman, fr. 


aud Elm, 


SALMON alley, b. 6th and 


217 Plum, 


s. of Findlay to York al. 


7 Water, 


New, fr. Scott al east. 


267 Central Avenue, 


PIPE alley, s. of Front, from 


21 Front, 


SARAH, b. Clark and Hop- 


299 John, 


Vance w. 


41! Commerce, 


kins, fr. Garrard to Firman 


327 Smith, 


PITT. n. of Milk, fr. Vine to 


63 W. 2d. 


al. 


369 Mound, 


McMillan. 


71 Burrowes, 


SARGENT, w.fr. 25 Freeman 


401 Park, < 


PITT alley, w. of Elm. from 


91 Pearl, 


n.of VV. Front. 


412 Cutter. 


15ch to Adams. 


99 Union, 


SAUNDERS, n. of Mound, fr. 


SKAATS alley, b. Harriet and 


PLE.\SANT. n. fr. Episcopal 


107 VV. 3d, 


Younj; to Locust. 


Home, fr. Front to Water. 


burying ground, b.llace and 


151 W. 4th, 


SAUNDERS alley, b. Ludlow 


SLACK.e.fr. Young to Price, 


Elm. 


191 W. 5th, 


and Lawrence, fr. Front to 


n.of Boal. 


19 14th, 


21 i Longworth, 


Pearl. 


SLOO, w.fr. 53 Freeman, b 


57 15th, 


237W.(ith, 


SCHOOL alley, D. 8th and 9th, 


Front and 6th. 


1 15 Liberty, 


255 George, 


fr. Central .Avenue west to 


SLOO alley, b. Sargent and 


145 Green. 


2:3 W. 7th, 


School House. 


Sloo, fr. Freeman, west. 


PLEASANT C<.urt,e. fr. 168 


297 W. 8ih, 


SCOTT, n. fr. 04 Hopkins to 


SMITH, n. fr. River, w. of 


Elm, h. 4th and 5th. 


327 W. 9th, 


Laurel, b. John and Cutter. 


John toW. 7th. 


PLOUGH alley, b. Orchard & 


3.J9 W. Court, 


SCOTT alley, e. of Broadway, 


4 Water, 


Liberty, from Long al. to 


381 W. Canal, 


fr. s. of Harrison to 7th. 


19 W. Fron-), 


Cogswell al. 


415 12th, 


SECOND, EAST, e. from 40 


32 Augusta, 


PLUM, n. from River, b. Elm 


453 Kith, 


Main to E. Front. 


51 W.2d, 


aud Central Avenue, 


491 14th, 


35 Sycamore, 


67 W. W. Canal, 


9 Water, 


527 l.uh. 


71 Broadway, 


81 W.3d, 


25 Front, 


579 W. Liberty, 


113 Ludlow. 


105 Webb, 


47 Cherry, 


617 Green, 


SECOND, VVEST,w. from 45 


123 W. 4th, 


57 PhcEhe, 


659 Elder, 


Main, 


147 Smith's Court. 


73 W. 2d, 


701 Findlay. 


17 Reynolds. 


155 W. 5th, 


93 Pearl, 


RAMSAY, n.fr. 502 W. Front 


33 Walnut, 


173 Longworth, 


111 W. 3d, 


to W.W. Canal w. ot Mill. 


73 Vine, 


180 W. 6th, 


133 McFarland, 


RANKIN alley, b. Clark and 


111 Race, 


203 George. 


151 W. 4th, 


Hopkins, fr. Linn to Smith 


153 Elm, 


SMITH alley, w. of John, fr. 


169 Perry, 


al. 


103 Plum, 


Clark to Laurel. 


191 W. 5th, 


RAVINE, w. of Byron, from 


2;'.3 Central Avenue, 


SMITH'S COURT, w. fr. 145 


211 Longworth, 


Broivne, north. 


271 John, 


Smith,b. 4thand5th, 


329 W. 6th, 


REKD, n. of Leatherhury, fr. 


309 Smith, 


SNYDER alley, w. of John, 


241 George, 


Fulton avenue to the Ohio 


357 Rose, 


fr. Lioerty to Charlotte. 


261 W. 7th, ' 


River. 


430 Park. 


SPENCER alley, b.Broadway 


291 W. 8th, 


REEDKR, w. fr. 659 Syca- 


SECOND alley, n. oflstal.fr. 


and Sycamore, fr. Yeatman 


311 W. 9th, 


more, n. of Uorsey. 


Hamerto Vine. 


to Holmes al. 


323 William. 


REN SHAW, s. of McMillan, 


SECTION, n.fr. E. Liberty, 


SPINNING alley, b. Front Sl 


335 W. Court, 


fr. Ball east. 


e. of Price. 


2d, fr. Broadway to Ludlow. 


353 Grandin, 


RKYNOLDS .alley, n. fr. 16 


SEEGAR alley, w. of Walnut 


SPRING, n.fr. E. Court, w. 


401 12th, 


W. Front to Pearl. 


fr. 12th to Allison. 


of Broadway. 


449 Ann, 


RICE, w. of Alexander, from 


SELAS alley, w. of Lewis, fr. 


57 Hunt, 


481 .Mason, 


Mulberry to Findlay 's north 


Front to the Ohio River. 


95 Abigail, 


521 Everett, 


line. 


SEVENTH. EAST, e. fr. 300 


113 Woodward, 


371 W.-»de, 


RICHMOND, vr.fr. 319 Elm. 


Main. 


SPRING HlLLAVENUE,n. 


6Ul W. Liberty. 


This street is from Elm to 


SEVENTH, WEST, w. fr. 301 


fr. River, e. of Kilgour. 


6i:iA3h. 


Central Avenue, a narrow st-, 


Main. 


SPRUCE alley, n. fr. Episco- 


PLUM. e. side, fr. elbow of M. 


(formerly William street,) and 


19 Miller, 


pal burying ground to 15th, 


Canal, 


uumered as such. 


37 Walnut, 


h. Race and Pleasant. 


362 W. CanaL 


41 Plum. 


77 Vine, 


STARCH alley, b. Ailanthus 


402 12th, 


As Richmond street stands 


l(i9 Race, 


and Baymiller, fr. Bank to 


424 Grant, 


numbered, it commences at 


147 Elm, 


Clearwater. 


4S2 14th, 


359 Central Avenue, 


183 Plum, 


STAUK, e. of Ham. Ro.id, fr. 


502 Madison, 


39 John, 


227 Central Avenue, 


Plum to west line of section 


524 15th, 


85 Fulton, 


263 John. 


13. 


548 Adams. 


H3 Cutter, 


295 Smith, 


STARR, w. 'of Brooklyn, fr. 


570 Wade. 


209 Linn, 


335 Mound, 


junction of Brooklyn and 


602 W. Liberty, 


.5.55 Baymiller. 


379 Cutter, 


Fulton av. to E.B.Recder's 


«62 Elder. 


RIDDLE, w. of Patterson, fr. 


439 Linn, 


n. line. 


F0LEalIey,u.of2d,fr. Park 


York al. to Harrison av. 


481 Baymiller. 


STATE, n. of Court, fr. Deer 


. to section line. 


RIDER alley, b. Dudley and 


SHARP alley, s. of Benton, 


Creek to Accommodation. 


POPLAR, w. fr. 719 Central 


Baymiller, fr. Waae to Pop- 


fr. Beck to Mulberry. 


STEPHENSON alley, b. Lau- 


Avenue, n. of Liberty, 


lar. 


SCHOLL alley, b. Everettand 


rel and Hopkins, fr. Linn to 


47 John, 


RIDGW AY alley, b. Bremen 


Clinton, fr. Bard al. to Gam- 


Scott. 


123 Linn, 


and Vine, fr. 14th to Liberty 


ble al. 


STITT3 alley, b. Whitewater 


183 Piatt. 


RINGGOLD, e. fr. Walker, n. 


SHORT, e. from Symmes to 


Canal and 3d,fr. Mill to An- 


211 Dudley, ' of Prespect. 


Montgomery Pike. 


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STONE, n. fr. 482 W. 3(1, b. 
Mill and Wood. 
13 Webb, 
27 W. 4th, 
45 Moses, 
55 W. 5th. 
STONE alley, n. fr. 60 W. ^th 
to W. 5th, b. Walnut and 
Vine. 
SUN alley, b. Whitewater and 
2d, fr. Mill to Anderson al. 
SWIFT, n. of Court, fr. Par- 
allax to Martin. 
SWIFT alley .b.Oth and Court 
fr. Sycamore to Watson al. 
SWISS alley, b. 2d and Pearl, 

fr. Roas to section line. 
SYCAMORE, fr. 21 Front, or 
Public Ivandingjb.jMain and 
Broadway. 
37 E.2d,i 
63 Pearl, 
77 E. 3d, 
123 E. 4th, 
161 E. 5th, 
199 E. eth, 
214 New, 
231 E.7th, 
259 E.ath. 
291 E. 9th. 
32T E. Court. 
351 E. Canal, 
365 Hunt, 
4111 Aljigail, 
425 Woodward, 
451 Fnmlilin, 
473 Webster, 
495 Orchard, 
511 E. Liberty, 
542 Milton, 
555 Schiller, 
599 Burgoyne, 
615 Miami, 
631 Baltimore, 
647 Dorsey, 
661 Reeder. 
SYMMES, e. of Fowler, from 
McMillan to Montgomery 
Pike. 
TAYLOR, s. of Weller, from 

Carr e. 
TAYLOR alley, b. Front and 
Pearl.fr Kilirour to M. Canal 
THIRD, EAST,e.fr.96 Main. 
41 Sycamore, 
77 Broadway, 
107 Ludlow. 
117 Lawrence, 
136 Lvtle, 
151 Pike, 
191 Butler, 
2f)a Culvert, 
231 M. Canal, 
242 Lock, 
262 Ellen, 
235 Kilgour. 
TniRT).WEST,w.fr. 97 Main. 
49 Walnut, 
87 Vine. 
129 Rice, 
IGT Elm, 
207 Plum, 

249 Central Avenue, 
277 .Tohn, 
313 Smith, 
409 Park, 
441 Mil!, 
4P4 Stone, 
.535 Wood. 
THIRD alley, n. of 2d al. fr. 

Hamer to Vine. 
THIRTEENTH, w. fr. 513 
Main. 

21 Clay, 
41 Walnut. 
61 .Tackson, 
81 Vine, 
99 Bremen. 
THOMAS, n. of Harrison av., 

fr. Brighton to Valley. 
THOMAS alley, b. Lan^don's 
al. and Main, fr. Cuts al. to 
6th. 
THORP'S alley, b. 6th and 
Lon SI worth, from Lodge to 
Central Avenue. 



THUDER alley, e. of Plum, 

fr. 15th to Liberty. 
TORRENCE alley, b. Gage 

and Fountain, fr. Rice to 

James. 
TROY alley, b. Doane&.Starr, 

fr. Grove n. 
TRUMAN alley, e. of John, 

fr. Clark to Hopkins. 
TRUNK alley, b. 14th and 

15th, fr. Central Avenue to 

Providence. 
TUCKER alley, b. 9th and 

Richmond, from Harriet to 

Home. 
TUNNEL alley, b. Boone and 

Lafayette, fr. Wayne to .Ma- 

TURn'er alley ,b. Riddle and 
Davidson, fr. Ilulbert al. to 
Harrison av. 
TWELFTH, w. fr. 467 Main 
to Central Avenue, n. of 
Canal. 
UNION, w.fr. 97 Race to Elm 

b. Pearl and 3d. 
UNION alley, b. Abigail and 
Hunt, from Pendleton to 
Spring. 
VALLEY.w. of Cumminsville 
av. fr. Barnard's line to Al- 
fred. 
VANCE, e. of French, from 
Hamilton to the Ohio River 
VANCE alley, w. of Doane, 

fr. Fulton av. n. 
VAN HORN, w. fr. 81 Mound 
b. W^ 7th and W. 8th. 
.53 Cutter, 
115 Linn, 
161 Baymiller, 
VAN LEAR, b.Vine and Ohio 
av. fr. widow Hammond's 
n. line to Ohio av- 
VEASY alley, b. Dale and 

Starr, fr. Grove n. 
VERNON alley, b. Hamburg 
and Byron, fr. Browne to n. 
of Mohawk. 
VINE,n.fr. river, b. Walnut 
«nd Race. 
7 Wiiter, 
21 W. Front, 
41 Commerce, 
57 W. 2d, 
91 Pearl, 
111 W. 3d, 
153 W. 4th, 
1' 3 W. 5th, 
211 Longworth, 
231 W. Hth, 
2.58 Gano, 
273 W. 7th, 
293 W. 8th, 
727 W. 9th, 
355 Court, 
379 Canal, 
413 12th, 
455 13th, 
491 14th, 
5fi6 Allison, 
5:<3 I5th, 
573 W, Liberty, 
594 Huber, 
02 1 Green, 
646 Benton, 
659 Elder, 
691 Ham. Road. 
VON SEGGERN alley, e. of 
Sycamore, fr. Abigail to 
Boal. 
WADE, n. of David, fr. Elm 
to Jones, and from Linn to 
Freeman. 

H^pThis street is numbered 
from Elm to Plum under the 
old name of Monroe; from 569 
Plum to Jones has heretofore 
been known as Wade and 
numbered. 

21 Providence, 
39 Central Avenue, 
83 John, 
113 Cutter. 
From Linn street this has 
heretofore been known aS 



Hickory street, for the num- 
bering of which refer to that 
street. 

WALDON, n. of Broad, from 
Fulton Avenue to the Ohio 
River. 
WALKER, e. of Davis, from 

Prospect to Auburn. 
WALLACE alley .e. of Vance 
fr. the Ohio River to a point 
n. of Hamilton. 
WALNUT, n. from River, b. 
Main and Vine. 
3 Water, 
21 Front, 
41 Commerce, 
57 W.2d, 
91 Pearl, 
111 W.3d. 
137 Burnet, 
l.J5 W.4th, 
193 W. 5th, 
241 VV. 6th, 
265 Gano. 
2H5 W. 7th, 
307 W. Blh, 
333 W. 9th, 
357 W. Court, 
379 W. Canal, 
413 12th, 
451 13th, 
479 Mercer, 
501 Allison, 
563 W. Liberty. 
WALNUT HILLS ROAD, e. 
of Montgomery Pike, from 
Deer Creek Road to Mont- 
gomery Pike. 
W A KD alley, w. of Fowler fr. 
De Kalb toPenn. 

WARNER, s. of Bosley, fr. 
Wheeler to a point e.of Elm 

WASHINGTON, fr. River, e. 

of CoUard. 

WATER, w. fr. Pub.Landing, 
at foot of Main. 
43 W^alnut, 
81 Vine, 
121 Race, 
161 Elm, 
201 Plum, 

241 Central Avenue, 
281 John. 

WATSON alley, b. Sycamore 
and Pancoast al. fr.7th to 
Canal. 

WAYNE, s. of McMillan, fr. 
Copelen to Irwin's e. line. 

WEBB. n. of 3d. fr. John to 
Wood, numbered from 103 
Smith. 
Ill Park, 
141 Mill, 
187 Stone. 

WEBSTER, e. fr. 562 Main b. 
Franklin and Orchard, to 
Broadway. 

3C Sycamore, 
60 Tanner. 

WENDELL alley, b. Tox and 
Rice, fr. MulbeiTy to Find- 
lay's line. 

WERNER, n. fr. Poplar, b. 
Linn and Piatt. 

WESTCOTT allev.e. of Plum, 
fr. Charles to 12th. 

WEST alley, b. Ramsay and 
Mill, fr. Park al. n. 

WESTERN AVENUE, n. fr. 
W. Liberty, w. of Freeman. 

WETSEL alley, b. Madison 
and J5th, fr. Plum to Elm. 



WHEELER alley, w. of Par- 
sons, fr. Front to the Ohio 
River. 

WHETSTONE alley, b. ?th 
and 8th, fr. Main to Broad- 
way. 

WHITE alley, w. of Plum, fr. 
Richmond, north. 

WHITEMAN, e. of Linn, fr. 
Dayton to Bank. 

WHITEWATER, fr. Carr, b. 
Freeman and W. 8th. 

WHITAKER, n.fr. River to 
Morton, e. of Parsons. 

W^ILKINSON, s of Penn, fr. 
Montgomery Pike to Ir- 
win's e. line. 

WILK5MACKT alley, s. of 
l-2th, fr. Main to Walnut. 

WILLIAM, e. of Hunt, from 
Morgan to McMillan. 

WILLOW, n. of Niagara, fr. 
Front to the Ohio River. 



WILLOW alley, b. Madison 
and Hth, fr. Plum to Elm. 

WILSON, n. fr. E. Liberty to 
Milton, b. Broadway and 

Young. 

WILT alley, b. Central Ave- 
nue and Little al. fr. Bohn 
to Hth. 

WINDSOR, g. of Latta, from 
Kemper line to Hathaway 
lane. 

WISE alley ,b.Betts and Clin- 
ton, fr. e. of Cutter to Free- 
man. 

WOLF alley, b. Druggist al. 
and Walnut, fr. Church al. 
to 5th. 

WOOD, n. fr. River,w.of Mill. 
9 Front, 
21 W.3d, 
48 W. 4th, 
53 Avery. 

WOOD alley, b. Plum and 
Central Avenue, fr. 6th to 
7th. 

WOODWARD, e. fr. 512 Main 
b. Abigail and Prankhn. 
10 Hanover, 
36 Sycamore, 
81 Broadway, 
99 Spring. 

WRIGHT alley, b. Mohawk 
and Cross, e. and w. from 
Hamburg. 

XAVIER alley. b.Findlay and 
Charlotte, fr. Snyder al. w. 

YEATMAN, e. from 16 Syca- 
more to Broadway. 

YORK, w. fr. 807 Central Av- 
enue. 

YORK alley ,b. York and Day- 
ton, fr. W. av. to Linn. 

YOUNG, n. fr. 118 e. Liberty, 
e. of Wilson. 

ZIG ZAG avenue, s. of then, 
boundary of Cincinnati, fr. 
Fairview av. to the section 
line. 



City Gr o V e rn m e n t 



Charter Election first Monday in April. 




Regular Meeting of Board, TTednesday 
in each week. 



City Officers. 



MAYOR. 
Richard 31. Bishop, office City Hall. Term expires April, 
1861. 

CLERK. 
Chas. S. Belts, Term expires 1861. 

CITY COUNCIL. 
John F. Torrence, President. 
Samuel L- Corwise, Clerk. 

IsfWard— J. F. Cunningham Term expires 1?61 

James n. Walker " 1862 

2d Ward— Henry Mack " ISGl 

" Thomas A. Bosley " 1862 

3d Ward— Thomas Frazer " 1861 

" Samuel B. Hii-st " 1862 

4thWaid—0. W. C. Johnston " 1861 

" Wm.H. Glass " 1862 

5th Ward— Benj. Eggleston " l'^G2 

John F, Torrence " 18G1 

6th Ward-J.M. Noble *' 1862 

'" John Hawkins " 1^01 

7th AVard— Amos Moore " 1861 

" Samuel Stokes, jr " 1862 

8th Ward— J. B. Davis " 1861 

" AVm. L. Manson ., " 1862 

9th Ward— H. 1/ Katenkamp " 1861 

" Christian Von Seggern " 1862 

lOthWaid-F. Maver " l!!*61 

DavidBiiker " 1862 

11th Ward— G. B. Hollister " 1861 

" J.Jungclas " 1862 

12th Ward— H. Clearwater " 1862 

S S. Snodgrass " 1861 

13th Ward— D. J. Toohey " 1802 

" Daniel Han nan " 1861 

14th Ward— Thos. H. Weasner " 1862 

Wm. Perry " 1861 

15th Ward— Caleb C. Whitson " 1862 

" Theo. Marsh " 1861 

16th Ward— Wm. Craven " 1862 

G. B. Whitcom "• • 18{;l 

ITth Ward— A. W. Sprague " 1862 

" J. P. Shearer " 1S61 

SERGEANT AT ARMS. 
Wm. Moody, (first white child born in the city.) 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL. 

Claims and Finance— Weasuer, chairman, Noble, Cun- 
ningham. 

Law — Holli.ster, ch'n, Toohy, Von Seggern. 

Public Improvements — Noble, ch'n, Davis, Whitcom. 

Water Works— Bosley, ch'n. Craven, Jungelas. 

Infirmary— Mayer, ch'n, Hirst. Sprague. 

Police and City Prison— Whitcom, ch'n, Mayer, Clear- 
water. 

Sewers and Drainage— Mack, ch'n. Glass, Moore. 

House of Refl-ue — Clearwater, ch'n, Weasner, lloUister. 



Common Schools— Moore, ch'n, Johnston Whifson. 

Pi'BLic Blildings AND PcBLic GroI'NDs— Whitson, ch'n , 
Manson, Glass. 

Markets — Perry, ch'n, Stokes, Fraser. 

Fire Department — Eggleston, ch'n, Hawkins, Baker, 
Craven, Bosley. 

Roads and Canals — Stokes, ch'n, Hawkins, Whitson. 

Public Landings— Shearer, ch'n, Johnston, Cunninzham. 

Lighting the City — Cunningham, ch'n. Hirst, Snodgrass. 

Health— Snodgrass, ch'n, Walker, Mack. 

Public Offices— Fi-aser, ch'n, Spra-ne, .Tnngelass. 

Special References- Baker, ch'n, Walker, Eggleston. 

Parks — Marsh, ch'n, Mayer, Hannan. 

Workhouse- Davis ch'n. Katenkamp, Shearer. 

MlMicken University— Von Seggern, ch'n, Mack, Hol- 
lister. 

Cleaning Streets — Toohy, Mai-sh, Perry. 



CITY CLERK. 

Samuel L. Corwine, office City Hall, Term empires April 

ISCO. 
Assistant— J. D. Vanauker. 



AUDITOR. 

Emanuel Wassenich, office City Hall. Term expires April 

1861. 
First Assistant — Herman H. ShuHz. 
Clerks — George Stackhouse, Yeatman Bickham. 



TREASURER. 

E. B. Townsend, office City Hall. Term expires April, 
1861. 

CITY SOLICITOR. 

R. B. Hayes, office City Hall. Term expires April, 1861 

Assistant— E. S. Lippitt. 



CITY CIVIL ENGINEER. 

A. W. Gilbert, office City Hall. Term exjiirea April. 1861 . 
Assistant— Jos. W.Gilbert. 
Draughtsman— Julius Blackburn. 
Recording Draughtsman — C. V, Bechmann. 
Chainman — Jacob Wirth. 



CITY COMMISSIONERS. 

(Office City Hall ) 

John Horton Term expires April, 1861. 

Fred. Stagge " " 1-62. 

Jere. Kiersted " •' 1863. 

WHARF MASTER. 
John A. Baker Term expires April, 1862. 

REGISTER OF PUBLIC LANDINGS. 
Herman Ficke Term expires May, 1561 



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SUPERIIfTENDENT OF MAEKETS. 

Moses Coffin Term expires April, 1861 . 

Assistants— Samuel Mullen, John D. Timbermann, H. 
Finlie. 

CITY COLLECTORS. 
B. P. Spader and S. H. Dunning. 



WOOD MEASURERS. 

Benj. Jelleffe— Miami Canal District. 

S- Gibson — River District, 

W. R. Field— River Disiiict. 

A. Hiclienlooper— Market District. 



CITY SEALER, 
Joseph M. Blundell. 



CITY WEIGHER. 
John D. Clarkson. 



HAY WEIGHER. 
George Guilford. 

INSPECTORS. 

Liquors, Oils and Molasses — Harvey Calvert, William 
Schillinger, Henry Beck, A. W. Churchill, M. R. Taylor, 
J. W. Junger, R. Delavau Mussey, C. 0. Andress, S. Men- 
zies, Hugh Simmons, and Geo. Guy si. 

Flour— J. S. Powers, J. B. Nafeu. 

Meat — John Schidler. 

Tobacco— Joseph Howe. 

ROARD OF CITY IMPROVEMENTS. 

R. M. Bishop, Presidtnt. 

Engineer -A. W. Gilbert. 

Commissioners— Fred. Stagge Eastern District. 

Jerre Kiersted Northern District. 

John Horton Western District. 

Clerk— Charles Ballance. 
Messenger— A. A. Shultze. 

POLICE COURT. 

Judge— D. P. Lowe Term expires 1861. 

Clerk— Thomas S. Royse •* 18()2. 

Prosecuting Attorney — E.M.Johnson. " IfcQl. 

CHIEF OF POLICE. 
Lewis Wilson, Ninth Street Station. 

LIEUTENANTS. 

A. W. Cook Ninth Street Station. 

Thomas Watson " 

Wm. Small Hammond Street Station. 

N. C. Brockington " '* 

Charles Williams Bremen Street Station. 

J. G. F. Haberkotte 

Oscar KUby Pearl Street Station. 

.STATION KEEPERS. 

J. H. Evans Ninth Street Station. 

H.Campbell 

W. H. Phelps Hammond Street Station. 

James Lindsay " " 

A.Straus Bremen Street Station. 

G. Gettier " " 

J.P Hoivnid... Pearl Street Station. 

Wm. Powell " " 



WATCHMEN. 

1st Ward— Hiram Kemble, H. R. Hawes, L. N. Kibby, Jo- 
seph Bolser, Rcbert Lewis, Edward Jones, Hugh 
Mathews, Malvin Ingersoll. 

2d Ward — Alex. Pendery, Harrison Rose, Hart Lincoln, J. 
H. Williams, J. W. Smith, Thomas Ricketts, 
Geo. W. Hynson, Thomas Lippencott. 

3d Ward— M. Stiener, Thomas A. Ellis, Wm. C Hogan, 
Theodore Gilb, James Morgan, Charles Kalen- 
kamp, Edward Hammer, Wm. C. Hardy. 



•4th Ward— Ben. Fox, H. H. Hatley, Frank P. Vidal, Martin 

Fisher, Daniel Hallam, Geo. Bleak, C. Long, 

Wm. Shay. 
5th Wartl— John Broker, E. V. Higgins, S. Colby, H. 

Weist, W. S Lockman, J. K. Hopkins, Robert 

Johnson, William Cummins. 
6th Ward— Joseph Mount, Henry Stauffer, J. WrenshaTf, 

J. Sullivan, E. Weston, J. Prather, Franklin 

Mitchell, S.R.Judd. 
7th Ward— H. Myers S. M. Lee, H. Wolston, J. R. Young, 

L. Beidkellen, H. Bear, J. Schlosser, Willi»m 

Gettier. 
8th Ward— Thomas Homer, J. C.Franklin, J. Grumbine, 

A. F. Smith, W. H Hackwelder, J.R. Bears, H. 

Johnson. A. Chumley. 
9th Ward— H. Lackeney, 11. Henefelt, H. Gundkermeyer, 

S Cook, L. Halmeyer, 1. Kreitzburg, William 

Henefelt, E. Dalton. 
10th Ward — John Fries, William Ohman, W. Kauffman, 

F. Schoufeld, J. Grimer, G. Schliebaum, A. 

Frauti, L. Grundhafer. 
11th Ward— James Bradford, Charles Schmidt, W. Mont- 
gomery, L Kreutz, M.Zimmerman, C. Lahou- 

sen, H. Erbe, D. Deprey. 
12th Ward— B. Wiggers, J. Hahn, J. Conger, S. Laforce, 

C. Zimmerman, V. Feick, Jos. Weaver, Theo. 

Myers. 
13th Ward— A. F. Schuyler, J. T. Jones, Wm, Grogan, A. 

Wilson, J. Gaudier, J. Bierbaum, J. Clouser, 

Joel Hotchkiss. 
14th Ward— Benjamin Smith, M. M. Edward, W. H. Main- 

ster, F. Whilton, T. R. Hays, J. G. Suter, J. 

Hill, C.J. Young. 
15th Ward— J. G. Eckle, John Johnson, Samuel Jenifer, 

James Myers. Robert McQrew, E.Messick, A. H. 

Dryer, L. A Smith. 
16th Ward— \Vm. Meader, John Patterson, James MeWil- 

liams, Henry Jacobie. Asa Bliss, Leroy Jones, 

P. F Chrisman, G. W. Shiner. 
17th Ward— L. Fisher, Thomas .1. Weeks, M. A. Mallott, 

Henry McElhaney, Wm. Fenton, William F. 

Seaman, Edward Evans, J. Anderson. 



CANAL POLICE. 
E. D. Mayhew, A. F. Partillo. 



RIVER POLICE. 

J. H. Riggs, B. F. Hopkins, M. G. Wheeler, John 
Ilerrell. 

SPECIAL POLICE. 

John Ellis, J. C. Winans, J. L. Smith, Henry Myers, A. 
J. Scott, P. Ficks. 

SUBSTITUTES. 

Wm. Pettibone, H. Ackley, Isaac J. Baily, E. Kauffman, 
William DeBeck, Benjamin Jones Geo. W. Prophater, 
John Somers. E. Riley, Wm. G. Keeley, Thomas Harle- 
wood, Samuel Hurlbat. 



OFFICERS OF THE CITY INFIRMARY, COMMERCIAL 
HOSPITAL AND OUT-DOOR POOR. 

Directors— James Ayres, Jacob B. Wyman, George 

Lindemann. 
Cl.KRK— J. F. Irwin. 

Superintendent of Infirmary A. M. Robinson 

Matron " Mrs. Mary Robinson 

Physician " Dr. R. S. Neal 

Property Keeper " Albert Deuerlich 

School Teacher " Molly E. Cox 

Steward of the Hospital Abijah Watson 

Matron " Mrs. Phoebe S. Watson 

Store Keeper " Michael Cales 

Druggist " H.C.Hill 

Physician to Pest House Dr. Edward B. Stephens 

Resident Physicians to Commercial Hospital — Robert 
Bovie, M. D., John S. Billings, M. D., and A. Uoeltge, 
M. D. 

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

Ward 1 — John Jenkins, 138 Sycamore street. 

" 2— John E. Jones, lO-i West Fifth street. 

" 3— Harvey Newell, 109 East Third st-eet. 

" 4— George T. Cook. 199 West Front street. 

" 5— Jacob Sloop, 99 South Canal street. 

" 6 — Hugh Morran, corner Third and Mill streets. 

" 7— E. H. Takenberg, 53 Fifteenth street. 



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Ward 8— Geo. K. Warner, SfiS Cutter street. 
" 9— n. A. Beste, 538 Main street. 
" II'— Nicholas Bosch, cor. Tttelfth and Jackson streets. 
'• 11— F. H. Korte, 17 Mulberry street. 
" 12— Charles linm, n.w.c. of Linn and Poj^lar streets. 
" 13 — F. C. Crippen, Xo. 4 tus-ine House,' Sycamore, 

between Seventh ami Eighth streats. 
" !■< — Adolphus Carnes, 238 West Sixih street. 
" 1.")— James Kinkaid, 458 West Eishth sireet. 
" ]6— W. R. Looker. 283 West Court street. 
" M. M. Jackson, 1135 East Front street. 

DIRECTOBS' REGULATIONS FOR GRAXTIXO OCT- 
DOOR RELIEF TO THE POOR. 

1. Each Ward is one district for providing provisions for 
the poor, and for this purpose a grocer is to he contr;icted 
with in each ward to deliver, on the order of the Board, 
such provisions as naay lie required, the account to be pre- 
sented and .defied on the last day of each quarter, to be 
sworn to by the grocer, that the articles named therein were 
all delivered, of good quality, and that the prices charEred 
for the same, are the same as by him charged to his regular 
cash customers, and no more. 

GROCERS. 
Wardl— Chiipin, Smith & Co., corner of Broadway and 
Fifth streets. 
" 2— A. Manirold, 107 West Fifth street. 
" 3— N. R. Meader. 55 East Pearl sireet. 
" 4— J. &. H. L. Crew, corner of Elm and Third streets. 
" 5— W. n. Woodruff, CBrner of Canal and Race straets. 

6— F. W. Meyer, corner of Fourth and Park street. 
" 7— C. H. Kruse, corner of Fifteenth and Pleasant 

streets. 
" 8— Charles Spreen, corner of Court and Rittenhouse 
street. 
«~*^''"'"^'^ MuhlenVamp, Frankl.n near Main srreet. 
*' 10— G. Braun. 454 Walnut street. 
" 11— Frederick Ileithanker, 2 Mulberry street. 
'' 12— M. Jockers, 355 Hamilton road. 

13— J. H. Wesling, corner of Broadway and Xew streets. 
14— Peters & Co., corner of Sixth and Kim streets. 
" 15— David Hildreth, corner of Seventh and Cutter 

streets. 
" 16— Henry F. Wiecher, corner of Freeman and Barr 

streets. 
" 17— L. Stone, corner of Gerard and East Front street. 

2. For Medical purposes the city is divided into six Medi- 
cal Districts, as follows, viz.:— 

First District— ELn-enth and Twelfth Wards. 

Seconb District— Second. Fifth and Tenth Wards. 

Thip.d DisTRtCT— First. Ninth and Thirteenth Wards. 

Fourth District — Third, Fourth and Seventeenth 
Wards. 

Fifth District— Seyenth. Eighth and Sixteenth Wards. 

Slxth District— Sixth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Wards. 

In each of these Medical Districts there are to be appoint- 
ed two or more physicians, one of whom to be a German ; 
also two or more .\pothecaries. 

Each physician so appointed shall attend professionally 
to the sick poor of his respective district, and shall receive 
twenty-6ve cents for each necesswy visit : Provided. That 
only such persons shall be paid for as sick paupers who are 
visited liy order of the Directors, on the certiticate of the 
proper Overseer of the Poor : Ajtd Provided fiirtUr, 
That such certificate may he presented to the Board of 
Directors within two days after the first professional visit. 
And every physician appointed by this Board shall present 
his account for settlement on tlie last dav of each quarter. 
and shall verify the same by his o.ath, stating th.it all the 
visits charged were necessary for the benefit of the patients 
therein named. Each Apothecary so appointed shall fur- 
nish the medicine ordered by the physician for the poor in 
his respective district, and shall file the prescriptions to be 
delivered to the Board, on presenting his account on the last 
day of each quarter; and no prescription shall be charged 
this Board unless the same is signed by the proper physician 
of the district, stating the name of the ]»-rson relieved, and 
bearing the physician's mark. "Outdoor Poor." And 
each apothecary shall verify his account by oath, that the 
medicines charged therein were .actually delivered, and 
were of goud quality, and that the prices are the same as 
charsed to his usual customers, from which prices one third 
shall be deducted. 

Two Medicnl Districts shall constitute one Directorial Dis- 
trict, to be under the especial care of one of the directors 
of the Infirmary, as follows : 

The First Directorial District, consisting of the First and 
Second Medical Districts, viz.: The Seventh, Fifth, Tenth, 
Eleventh and Twelfth Wards. 

The Second Directorial D strict, consisting of the Third 
and Fourth Medical Districts, viz: The First, Third, Fourth, 
Ninth, Thirteenth and Seventeentti Wards. 



The Third Directorial District, consisting of the Fifth and 
Sixth Medical Districts, viz .: The Second, Eighth, Sixteenth, 
Sixth, Fifteenth and Fourteenth Wards. 



DRUGGISTS. 
Ward 1— Geo. M. Dixon, corner'of Fifth and Main streets. 
" 2— G. A. Shuesler, corner of Vine and Sixth streets. 
" 3— E, S. Emerson, corner of Broadway and Pearl 

streets. 
" 4— P. White, corner of Elm and Front streets. 
" 5 — L. Groneweg. corner of AValnut and Court streets. 
" 6— E. C. Tower, s.w.c. of Fifth and Mill streets. 
" 7— F. Brandt, corner of Fifteenth and Race streets. 
'• 8— Otto Heinemann. n.e.c. of Linn and Laurel streets. 
" 9 — A. Enslin, corner of Main and Orchard streets. 
" 10— Hugo Spamer, 408 Vine street. 
•' 11- Charies Schmidt, 632 Main street. 
" 12— Edward Stierle. corner of Race and Elder streets. 
" 12— A. Nolle & Zahn, 915 Central Avenue. 
" 13 — Jno. Scott, corner of Seventh and Broadway. 
" 14— J. D. Wells & Co., corner of Fourth and Central 

Avenue. 
" 15 — Wm. Adderly, corner of Sixth and Mound streets. 
" IG— S. L. Hyden, n.e.c. of Sixth and Freeman streets. 
" 17 — Edwaid Heun, East Front street. 



PHYSICIANS. 

first district. 
Ward 11- Dr. C. W. Fischer. 648 M.ain street. 
" 12 — Dr. B. P.Goode, s.w.c. of BaymiUer and Poplar 

streets. 
" 12^Dr. C. Betscher, corner of Elder and Vine streets. 

SECOND district. 

Ward 2— Dr. Richard Gray, 1 13 West Sixth street. 
" 5— Dr. W. H. Taylor, H'O West Eighth street. 
" 10— Dr. F. Schmidt, 430 Walnut street. 



third district. 
Ward 1— Dr. A. L. Carrick, 2-6 Broadway. 
"■ 9— Dr. Charles Mueller, 121 Spring street, 
" 13— Dr. J. P. Walker, 244 Broadway. 

ronRTH district. 
Ward 3— Dr. J. C. Beck, 87 Broadway. 
" 4— Dr. C. P. Brent, corner of Elm and 'Front street, 
" 17— Dr. Soloman L. Green, 1521 East Front street. 



fifth district. 
Ward 7— Dr. A. Schoenbein, 517 Elm street. 
" 8— Dr. Wm. II. McReynolds, 309 Cutter. 
" 16— Dr. W. T. Brown, 174 Freeman street. 



SIXTH strbkt. 
Ward 6— Dr. G. R. Patton, corner of Fourth and John 
streets. 
" 14— Dr. R. C. Carter, 112 George street. 
" 15— Dr. Samuel Sexton, 464 Seventh street, between 
Linn and Baymiller. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

FIRST district. 

J. Soard3& Son, for Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 14, 15, 16 a.id 17. 

SKCOND district. 

H. B. Ehlmann, for AVards 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13. 



Boundaries of Wards. 



1st Ward— Bounded by Main, East Sixth, Liberty and East 

Third streets. 
2d Ward— Bounded by Main, West Seventh, Race, West 

Third. Walnut and West Peari streets. 
3d Ward— Bounded by Maiu and East Third streets, the old 

corporation line and the Ohio river. 
4th Ward— Bounded by Main, West Penri, Walnut, West 

Third and John streets, and the Ohio river. 
5th Ward— Bounded by West Seventh, aiain, and West 

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6th Ward— Bounded by John, West Third, Smith and West 

Fifth streets and the Ohio river. 
7th TVaid— Bounded by Central Avenue and West Canal, 

Riice and West Liberty streets. 
8th Ward — Bounded by Central Avenue and West Liberty, 

Baymiller and West Court streets. 
0th Ward— Bounded by Main, Hunt and East Liberty 

streets. 
10th Ward— Bounded by Main, West Canal, Race and West 

Liberty streets. 
Uth Ward— Bounded by East and West Lii.erty and Vine 

streets, the north boundary line, and the old coi-p"'"" 

ation line between the citv and Fulton township. 
I'.'th Ward — Bounded by West Liberty and Vine streets, the 

north boundary iine and Mill Creek. 
13lh Ward— Bounded by East Sixth, East Liberty, Hunt 

and Main streets. 
14th Ward— Bounded by Race, West Seventh, John, West 

Sixth, Smith and West Third streets. 
15th Ward — Bounded by Central Avenue, West Court, Bay- 
miller and West Sixth streets. W. W. Canal and West 

Fifth, Smith, West Sixth, John and West Seventh 

streets. 
16th Ward-Bounded by West Fifth Streets, W. W. Canal, 

AVest Sixih, Baymiller and West Liberty streets, Mill 

Creek and Ohio river. 
17th Ward— Late Fulton Township. 



City Water Works. 



OFFICE, No. 1, OHIO MEDICAL COLLEGE, W. 6th St. 

BOARD OF TRCSTKES. 

George Keck President. 

B. T. Stone. 

C. Rule. 
Superintendent— R. C. Phillips. 
Engineer— Geo. Shield. 
Secretary — J. M. Hanson. 
Assistant Secretary— John J. Hooker. 
Hydrant Surveyor — T. L. Prows. 

Collectors. 

Eastern District— East of Walnut street and Hamiltoii 
road, J. P. Williams. 

Middle District — Between Walnut and Plum streets, 
William Renau. 

Western District— West of Plum street, Jas. Bense. 

All fVater Rent is Payable, in Advance. 



All persons m.aking application for water, or to be trans- 
ferred, and all desiring to pay water rem in the otfice, will 
Wing tha mimbers of their hydrants. 

Hydrants are to be kept in good repair by the owner or 
occupant. 

In all cases where persons desire a return of Rent, the 
Water Receipt must be returned to the Water Office. 

The following abuses, viz.: 1st. Permitting the use of 
water for any other purpose than that named in the bill. 
2d. Sprinkling the streets with hose. 3d. Permitting leaks. 
4th. Permitting water to run unnecessarily — will be followed 
by the stoppage of water from hydrants where they are per- 
mitted, and the infliction of penalties prescribed by law. 

No person is permitted, without consent of the office, to 
turn any private or public stop-cock. 

Upon return of a bill to the office for non-payment, and 
where there is no cistern on the premises, the ferule shall 
be immediately drawn, and the water not turned on again 
until all back rents are paid, and $3 additional for drawing 
and replacing ferule ; and where there is a cistern on the 
premises, the water rent shall be paid up to the end of the 
terms in which such ferule was drawn, and also the $3 
additional, above stated. 

In all oases where water is turned o2 for abuse, the owner 
or occupier of such premises shall pay 5Uc. for turning the 
water off and on. 

WATER RATES. 

One family occupying a house containing room lor 2. $4, 
3 or 4, $5. 5 or C, $6, 7 or 8, S7, nr V\ S3, 1 1 or 1'-', $9, 
13 or 14, 610, 15orlG, Sll, 17 orl8, .«l-2, 19 or 20, .^ ;3. 

Houses with more than 20 rooms, 50c. extra for each ad- 
ditional room. 

Houses occupied by more than one family, $2 extra for 
each additional family. 

Extra rates per annum for Boarding Houses — Rooms 7 to 
12, $2, 13 to 20. S4, 21 to 30, |8, 31 to 40. $15. 



Public Baths, $9; Private Baths, hot $4, cold S2 50; 
Public Water Closets -$5; private S3- Urinals to be as- 
sessed. 

Plugs or Hose Hydrants, $2 per annum for each house 
of 25 feet front or less, and 8 cents extra for each additional 
fiont foot; corner buildings at the same rate for both fronts; 
for gardens and other purposes to be assessed. 

Barber Shops S2 for each chair. Bakeries, eacn barrel of 
flour consumed J cents. 

Stores, offices and sleeping rooma, from $2 to $10 per 
annum. Smith shops, $2 for each forge; street hoise 
troughs $5 per annum. 

Cofl'ee Houses from $5 to .$20 per annum. Restaurants 
and fountains to be assessed. 

Stables, livery and private, .$2 per annum for each stall; 
each carriage, buggy and wagon $1 per annum; each work 
horse $1 per annum. 

Brick work, 8 cents per KlOO; stone, 2 cents per perch; 
Plastering, 2 cents per bushel of lime. 

Steam Engines, Manufactories, Hotels, Distilleries, Brew- 
eries, Siaughter Houses, Tanneries, and all other large 
consumers, 1 3 10 cents per 100 gallons, to be estimated by 
the Superintendent or Surveyor, or by water meters, and 
$5 additional for every fifty hands employed. 



Fire Department. 



OFFICE, NORTH-SIDE GEORGE BET. PLUM AND 
CENTRAL AVENUE. 

Chief Engineer— E. G. Megrue, 62 Mound street. 
Secretary— Lewis Guelich, No. 405 John street. 
FIRE DISTRICTS— The city is divided iuto four Dis- 
tricts, as follows : 
First, or South-eastern District, lying south of 6ih, and 

east of Vine. 
Second, or South-western District, lying south of 6th and 

west of Vine 
Third, or North-western District, lying north of Cth and 

west of Vine. 
Focrth, or North-eastern District, lying north of 6th and 
east of Vine. 
Assistant Engineer First akd Fourth Districts — 
John Doran, east side Race bet. I'.tth and 14th streets, 

Assistant Enginker Second and Third Districts — 
Lewis Wisbey,277 West 5th street. 

Fire Companies. 

No. 1. WASHINGTON, Steam Fire Engine, e.s. Vine, 
bet. Front and 2d. Wm. H. Glass, Captain ; Otto Ray- 
mond. Engineer. 

WEST END, Steam Fire Engine Co. No. 2, , 

Captain, C. Perkins, Engineer. 

No. 3. CITIZENS' GIFT, Steam Fire Engine, s-s. 6th 
w. of Vine. H. R. Leonard, Captain; Finley Latta, En- 
gineer. 

No. 4. A.B. LATTA, Steam Fire Engine, e.s- Syca- 
more, bet. 7th and 8th. Henry Atkins, Captain; William 
Piercy, Engineer. 

No. 5. JEFFERSON, Steam Fire Co., e s. Vine, bet. 
Canal and Court. Godfrey Ludwig, Captain; Henry 
Meyer, Engineer. 

No. 6. EASTERN, Steam Fire Co., corner of Pearl 
and Martin. , Captain. 

No. 7. NORTliEPvN, Steam Fire Co., s.s. Webster 
bet. Main and Sycamore. Jas. Fink, Captain. 

No. 8. MARION, Steam Fire Engine, w.s. Cutter, bet. 
Laurel and Betts. Wm. Moore, Captain; Geo. K. Warner, 
Engineer. 

No. 9. UNION, Fire Co., e.s Race, b. 13th and 15th. J. 
Vetter, Captain. 

No. 10. DELUGE, Steam Fire Engine, n.w.c. 3d and 
Lawrence. L. M. Hazen, Captain; Wm. P. Rielly, Engi- 
neer. 

No. 12. MOHAWK, Steam Fire Engine, n.s. Hamilton 
Road, opp. Vine street. Jacob Hust, Captain; Oliver Da- 
vis, Engineer. 

No. 13. BRIGHTON, Fire Co., n.s. Bank, b. Linn and 
Baymiller. C. Korzenborn, Captain; Franklin S. Gregg, 
Engineer. 

No. 14. WESTERN. Steam Fire Engine, n.s. 5th, bet. 
Smith and Mound. C. 0. Andress, Captain; F.Q. Miller, 
Engineer. 

No. 15. FULTON, Fire Co., 17th Ward. 

No. 1. PHCENIX, Hook and Ladde-- Co., at 6th and 
Vine. E.B Turner, Captain. 

WATCH TOWER, s.w.c. 6thand Vine. 

LOCK STREET, HoseCo.No.2, e.s. Lock b.4th and 5th, 
James Pearce, Captain. 



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Rnles and Regialations. 

Art. 1. All the Compauies of the Department shall be 
furnished with a copy of the Fire Ordinance and the Rules 
and Regulations, which shall be framed and placed iu their 
respective houses. It shall be the dutj' of the officers and 
members of the Department to conform to all the requisi- 
tions, and perform all the duties herein required. 

Art. 2. The Chief Engineer shall have command of the 
Fire Uepartment.andat allof the fires, and direct the respect- 
ive Assist^int Engineers in any and all matters belonging to 
the same; he shall lay before the Board of Kngineers, and the 
Board of Supervisors, respectively, all such business as 
may require their consideration; he shall direct the As- 
sistant Engineers at fires, how to dispose of the respective 
Companies of their District. 

Art. 3. The Assistant Engineers shall examine the con- 
dition of the different Companies in their District, and see 
tha-t che Captain of each Company have the apparatus en- 
trusted to their care tt-pt in good working order, and that 
the Ordinances and Regulations of the Fire Department are 
strictly attended to. They shall, in the absence of the Chief 
Engineer, take th*' command at all fires in their respective 
Districts, and receive the report from the Cnptain of each 
Company, of any repairs that may be necessarj', and report 
the same forthwith to the Chief Engineer. In the absence 
of the Ass. Eng. of a District, the Ass. Eng. of the District 
succeeding shall have the command ofthe Go's of that District. 

Art. 4. The Capt.ain of each Company shall take com- 
mand at all fires in their Districts, in the absence ofthe 
CIvief Engineer or his Assistants, and when there is more 
than one Company in a District, the Captains of said Com- 
panies shall cast lots, who shall have the command, in the 
absence of the Chief or Assistants. They shall see that the 
men composing the Companies under theircommand, com- 
ply with the Rules and Regulations of the Fire Department, 
and shall cause all the orders of the Chief or his Assistants 
to be strictly obeyed. 

Art. 5. The Captain of a Company shall see that all the 
property in such Company is duly cared for; that the Pipe- 
men, Drivers Firemen, Watchman and Engineer attend to 
their respective duties, and see that they stmd their respect- 
ive watches; he s'^iall direct the members of a Company at 
fires, call the roll, and report as often as directed, or as he 
may find necessary, to the Assistant Engineer of his Dis- 
trict, or Secretary, respectively. 

Art. 6. Alarms are not to be given at any Engine House, 
unless received from a responsible person or persons, or 
from another fire bell; the men on duty at the Engine House 
shall be held answerable for all false alarms given by them. 

Art. 7. Racing to or from fires is not allowed under any 
circumstances, under the penalty of dismissal; and if the 
apparatus of several Companies proceed on the same 
street to or from afire they shall do so in single file. 

Art. 8. Any Driver, of Steam Engine or Hand Ap- 
paratus, Hose Carriages or Hook and Ladder Compa- 
nies, driving or running over hose, unless it can not be 
avoided, shall be subject to dismissal from the Dp)iartment. 

Art. 9. The Captain of any Steam or Hand Company 
shall beat the pipe? when at fires, and see that the line of 
hose are well cuarded. 

Art. 10. When the Chief Engineer shall find the fire 
so far reduced that one or all the Companies may cease 
work; he shall dismiss them, or cause the same to be done. 

Art. II. No officer or member of the Department shall 
appear on duty, without such badge as may he prescribed 
by the Board of Engineers, under penalty of twenty-five 
cents, unlessthey can furnish a reasonable excuse. 

Art. 12. Any officer or stationary memher absent from a 
fire, shall he subject to a fine of two dollars; running 
members for a like neglect, one dollar. 

Art. 13. That if a charge of intoxication be' preferred 
and proven against any olTicer or member of the Fire De- 
Iiartment, oftener than once, he shall be discharged; and 
further, it shall be the duty of every officer or member of 
the Department to report such member violating this rule 
to the Chief Engineeror Board of Supervisors. 

Art. 14. Members of Fire Companies, or other persons, 
are not permitted to frequent, meet, or loiter around the 
Engine Houses, without special permission from their re- 
spective officers. Men on duty at the Engine Houses who 
may allow the same, shall be subject to dismissal. 

Art. 1.5. The Hook and Ladder Companies will take 
position, when practicable, within the lines, and as near 
the fire, as underjall circumstances may be found convenient. 

Art. 16. All charges for misconduct against officers or 
members mustbe presented to the Board of t-upervisors, in 
writing, and for such charges he or they shall be immedi- 
ately notified of the same, and stand suspended; and no 
charge will be recognized unless reported to the Board with- 
in thirty days after the misconduct. 

Art. 17. Any oflBcer or member of the Fire Department 
who have charges preferred against them, can or may have 
a trial within five (.5) days from the time the charges have 
been preferred, and no officer or member shall receive any 
pay from the Fire Department, during the time he or they 
stand charged with anj' misdemeanor or suspension. 



Art. 18. Any Company, returning from a fire, finding 
they have hose which does not belong to them, shall imme- 
diately return the same to the Company to which it belongs. 

Art. 19. The Captain of each Company shall in no m- 
stance allow any person, except the Captain, Pipeman, Kn- 
gineers or Drivers, to ride on the apparatus, either in going 
to or from a fire. 

List of Cisterns. 



Water and Plum Streets. 


Eighth and Accommodation. 


John. 


Lock. 


Front and Sportman Hall. 


Main. 


Toll Gate. 


Vine. 


" Lewis. 


" Elm. 


" Tan Yard. 


" Mound. 


" Jamestown Ferry. 


" Carr. 


" Hazen. 


Ninth and Sycamore. 


" Broad. 


Walnut. 


" at Wm. Worley 's TaVn. 


Race. 


and Coli.ard. 


" Plum. 


Whittaker. 


" John. 


" June, of Pearl. 


" Linn. 


Pike. 


" Freeman. 


" June of Second. 


Court bet. Main and Walnut- 


Ludlow. 


'' and Vine. 


" Sycamore. 


'' Central Avenue. 


" Mun. 


" John. 


'' Walnut. 


" Cutter. 


" A'ine, 


Linn 


" Race. 


Twelfth and Walnut. 


" Elm. 


Elm. 


'• Central Avenue. 


Deer Creek Valley. 


« Smith. 


Broadway and Hunt. 


" Rose. 


Franklin. 


Second and Broadway. 


', Liberty. 


Sycamore. 


" Milton. 


Main. 


Sycamore ai:d Woodward. 


" Walnut. 


" Webster. 


» Race. 


" Burgoyne. 


" Plum. 


" Mt. Auburn Av 


« Central Avenue. 


" Corporation Line. 


" Smith. 


Main and Thirteenth. 


" Park. 


" Liberty. 


Pearl and Kilgour. 


" Burgoyne. 


" Butler. 


Walnut and Allison. 


" Lawrence. 


" Ham. Road. 


" Sycamore. 


Vine and Thirteenth. 


Main. 


" Fifteenth. 


" Vine. 


" Green. 


" Elm. 


" Hara. Road. 


Third and Pike, 


Mulberry. 


" Ludlow. 


Race and Fourteenth. 


" Walnut. 


" Liberty. 


" Race. 


" FindlavM'ket space 


" Plum. 


'• Ham. Road. 


" John. 


Elm and Fifteenth. 


" Park. 


Findlav. 


" Stone. 


'* Ham. Road. 


Fourth and Lawrence. 


Plum and George. 


" Broadway. 


Central Avenue & Elizabeth. 


" Sycamore. 


" Laurel 


" M.in. 


" Wade. 


" W:ilnut. 


Baymiller. 


•' Tine. 


'= Brighton. 


» Elm. 


'• York.. 


" Central Avenue. 


John and ^ususta. 


" Smith. 


" Clark. 


" Mill. 


" Clinton. 


Fifth and Lock. 


" David. 


Pike. 


" Poplar. 


" McAllister. 


Mound and Richmond. 


" Sycamore. 


" Barr. 


« Main. 


Cutter and Laurel. 


" Walnut. 


Wade. 


« Race. 


Baymiller bet. George and 6th. 


«' Plum. 


" and Richmond. 


" John. 


Gest. 


" Mound. 


" Liberty. 


" Stone. 


" Findlay. 


" H. & D. Depot. 


Hank. 


Sixth and B^ium. 


Freeman and Gest. 


" Broadway. 


Hopkins. 


" Main. 


" Clinton. 


" Vine. 


Findlay. 


" Race. 


Linn and Laurel. 


" Elm. 


" Clint.'.n. 


" Central Avenue. 


" Poplar. 


" Smith. 


" Findlay. 


" Cutter. 


Morton and Pierson. 


" Harriet. 


Peiidleton and Woodward. 


Seventh and Syi^amore. 


Liberty. 


" Walnut. 


Spring and Abigail. 


" Race. 


Clark and Rittenhouse. 


" Central Avenue* 


Bank and Whiteman. 


*' Linn. 


Dudley and Everett. 


" Freeman. 


Libert^ and Mansfield. 



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Water, between Main and Walnut. 

Water, bet. Vine and Race. 

Water, bel. Elm and Plum. 

Water, bet. Central Avenue and John. 

Front, at Fulton Engine House. 

Front, at Hamilton Ship Yard. 

Front, at Marine Railway Office. 

Front, at Railr6ad Crossing. 

Front, above old Corporation Line. 

Front, at June, of Morton. 

Front, bet. Collard and Whitaker. 

Front, at the old Engine House. 

Front, at the Bagging Factory. 

Front, at the north end L. M. Depot. 

Front, at the south end L. M. Depot. 

Front, bet. Kilgour and Miami Canal. 

Front, bet. Butler and Miami Canalr 

Front and Butler. 

Front, opposite Bagging Factory. 

Front, bet. Pike and Butler. 

Front, bet. Pike and Lawrence. 

Front, bet. Main and Walnut. 

Front, bet. Walnut and Vine. 

Front, bet. Race and Kim. 

Front, bet. Central Avenue and John. 

Front, bet. Smith and Rose. 

Front, at Hinkle and Gould's PrngMill. 

Front, east of Mill. 

Front, at Ohio and Mississippi Depot. 

Second, bet. Ludlow and Broadway. 

Second, at Junction with Front. 

Second, bet. Main and Walnut. 

Second, bet. Vine and Race. 

Second bet. Race and Elm. 

Second, bet. Elm and Plum. 

Second, bet. John and Smith. 

Second, bet. Park and Mill. 

Pearl and Martin. 

Pearl, bet. Kilgour and Miam iCanal. 

Pearl, bet. Miami Canal and Butler. 

Pearl, bet. Main and Walnut. 

Pearl, bet. Plum and Central Avenue. 

(Sugar Kefinery.) 
Third, bet. Kilgour and Ellen. 
Third and Kilgour. 
Third and Butler. 
Third and Lawrence. 
Third, bet. Broadway and Sycamore. 
Third and Hammond. 
Third, bet. Plum and Central Avenue. 
Third and Central Avenue. 
Third, bet. John and Smith. 
Third, bet. Mill and Stone. 
Third and Wood. 

Fourth, bet. Broadway and Sycamore. 
Fourth, bet. Main and Walnut. 
Fourth, bet. Walnut and Vine. 
Fourth, bet. Smith and Park. 
Fourth, bet.Park and Mill. 



List of Fire Pings. 

Fifth, bet. Buchanan and Pike. 

Fifth, bet. Sycamore and Broadway. 

Fifth, bet. Jlain and Walnut. 

Fifth, bet. Walnut and Vine. 

Fifth, bet. Vine and Race. 

Fifth, bet. Smith and Mound. 

Fifth and While Water Canal. 

Fifth and Junction of Front. 

Sixth and Culvert. 

Sixth and Sycamore. 

Sixth, bet Main and Walnut. 

Sixth, bet. Vine and Race. 

Sixth, bet. Mound and Park. 

Sixth and White Water Canal. 

Sixth, bet. Harriet and Carr. 

Sixth near Front. 

Seventh, bet. Walnut and Vine. 

Seventh and Smith. 

Eighth and Accommodation. 

Eighth and Locke. 

Eighth and Broadway. 

Eighth, bet. Plum and Central Avenue. 

liighth, bet. Central Avenue and John. 
Eighth, bet. Cutter and Linn. 

Eighth and Baymiller. 

Ninth and Broadway. 

Ninth, bet. Jolm and Mound. 

Court Street, at Dominick's Slaughte: 

House. 
Broadway, bet. Front and Second. 
Broadway, bet. Second and Pearl. 
Broadway, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
Broadway and New. 
Broadway and Abigail. 
Sycamore, bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Sycamore, bet. Seventh and Eighth. 
Sycamore, bet. Eighth and Ninth. 
Sycamore, bet. Ninth and Court. 
Sycamore, oi)posite Court. 
Sycamore and Orchard. 
Sycamore and Boal. 
Sycamore and Burgoyne. 
Main, bet. Second and Pear!. 
Main, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 
Main, bet. Sixth and Seventh. 
Main, bet. Seventh and Eighth. 
Walnut, bet. Front and Second. 
Walnut and Gano. 
Walnut, at Greenwood's Foundry. 
Walnut and Mercer. 
Walnut and Hamilton Road. 
Vine, bet. Front and Second. 
A'ine, bet. Augusta and Commerce. 
Vine, bet. Court and Canal. 
Vine, bet. Fifteenth and Liberty. 
Vine, bet. Liberty and Green. 
Vine and Hamilton Road. 
Race and Longworth. 
Kace and George. 



Race, bet. Thirteenth and Fourteenth. 
Race, bet. Fifteenth and Liberty. 

Elm, bet. Sixth and Longworth. 

Elm and Fourteenth. 

Plum and Longworth. 

Central Avenue, bet. Ninth and Rich- 
mond. 

Central Avenue, and Everett. 

Central Avenue and Laurel. 

Central Avenue and Liberty. 

Central Avenue, bet. Poplar and Findlay. 

Central Avenue, bet. York and Dayton. 

Central Avenue, bet. Clarksun and Mo- 
hawk Bridge. 

Central Avenue and Baymiller. 

Central Avenue, bet. Freeman and Pat- 
terson. 

Central Avenue, bet. Brighton House 
and Division. 

Cutter and Van Horn. 

Cutter, l)et. Court and Clark. 

Cutter, bet. Laurel and Belts. 

Baymiller, bet. Sixth and George. 

Baymiller and Clinton. 

Freeman, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Morton and Whitaker. 

Morton and Pierson. 

Morton, north of Laboratory. 

Main and Sycamore. 

Front and Second. 

Augusta, bet. Front and Second. 

Augusta, bet. John and Central Avenue. 

Smith, bet. Front and Second. 

Locke, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Locke and Fifth. 

Lock, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 

Spring, bet. Woodward and Liberty. 

Webster, bet. Main and Sycamore. 

Clay, bet. Cmal and Twelfth. 

Clay and Liberty. 

Buckeye and Young. 

Buckeye and Poplar. 

Baker, bet. Vine and Race. 

Hamilton Road, bet. Vine and Race. 

Hamilton Road. bet. Hamburg & Canal. 

George, bet. Plum and Central Avenue. 

George and John. 

George and Freeman. 

Barr, bet. Cutter and Linn. 

Richmond, bet. Cutter and Linn. 

Longworth, bet. John and Mound. 

Bank and Brighton Engine House. 

Plug, midway in Ham. Dayton Depot. 

Plug, head of Ellen. 

Two Plugs in Mudge's Factory, Second 
bet. Vine and Race. 

Two plugs on Eighth, bet. Baymiller and 
Ireeman. 



School Department. 

oFncERS or the 
Board, of Trustees and Visitors 

OF COMMON SCHOOLS, 

For the School Year, 1860-'61. 

RTTFUS KING, President. 
CHAS. F. WILSTACH, Vice President. 
R. S. NEWTON, Corresponding Secretary. 
ISAAC J. ALLEN, Superintendent of Schools. 
JOHN McCAMMON, Superintendent of Buildings and Re- 
pairs - 
W. F. HURLBUT, Clerk. 

ROLL OF MEMBERS. 

1st Ward— Jas. Watson. Henrie House, Third St...l year. 

Jas. F. Irwin, No. )4'.> East Fifth St. ...2 years. 

2d Ward— Chas. Bonsall, No. IIS West Sixth St. ..1 year. 

R. S. Newton, n. w. c. Sixth and Vine. .2 years 

3d Ward— Rufus King, No. 95 East Third St 1 year. 

David J. Williams, No. 600 East Front 

Street 2 years. 

4th Ward— John Beattie,No. 153 Water St J year. 

K. K. Paine, No. lOo Front St 2 years. 



5th Ward— Isaac D. Johnson, No. 24 W. 8th St.. .1 year. 

H SI. Bates, No. 3.)2 Race Street 2 years. 

6th Ward— John M. Kelly, No. 29 Mill Street 1 year. 

Jas. Woodward, No. 453 West Fifth St, 2 years. 

7th Ward — John Clai-k, No. 481 Race Street 1 year. 

J. H. Ehlen,No.373Elm Street 2 years. 

8th Ward— Sylvester W. Bard, No. 42 Clinton St.. 1 year. 

Louis Ballauf, n. w. c Wade and Linn. .2 years. 

9th Ward — F. H. Rowekamp, No. 25 Woodward St.] year. 

William Miller, No. 81 Pendleton St. . .2 years. 

10th Ward— H. Esmann, No 65 Thirteenth St 1 year. 

W. B. Davis, No. 435 Vine Street 2 years. 

11th Ward— Francis Nuelsen, No. 102 Milton St.... 1 year. 
John J. Troxell, Between Ham. Road 

and Montgomery Pike 2 years. 

12th Ward— n. Frendsdorf, s. w. cor. Linn and C har- 

lotte 1 year. 

Jas M. Doherty, No. 106 York Street. .2 years. 
13th Ward— A. W. Armstrong, No. 22 East Sixth St.l year. 

M. Lilienthal, No. 209 Broadway 2 years. 

14th Ward— Mark E. Reeves, No. 2:2 West Fourth 

Street 1 year. 

Lyman Harding, No. 153 West Fourth 

Street 2 years. 

15th Ward— Wm. P. Stratton, No. 261 W.Sth St.. ..1 year. 

John S. Powers, No. 39] George St. . ..2 years. 

16th Ward— C. F. AVilstach, No. 287 West Court St.l year. 

Wm. Adams, No. 279 West Court St. ..2 years. 

17th Ward— A. Caldwell, No 910 East Front St....l year. 

J. M. Scudder, No. 1330 East Front St. 2 years. 



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CINCINNATI CITY GUIDE. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 

BUILDINGS.— Messrs. VVilstach. Williams, Johnson and 
Ballauf. 

BOUNDARIES AND STATISTICS.— Messrs. -Woodward, 
Ad^ms. Watson. Scudder, Powers, Miller and Troxell. 

CLAIMS — Slessrs. Reeves, Armstrong and Inrin. 

COLORKD SCHOOLS.— Messrs. Powers, Newton &. Wood- 
ward. 

COURSB OF STUDY AND TEXT BOOKS.-Messrs. Davis, 
Lilicnthal, Harding. Newtnn and Uonsall. 

DISCIPLINE.- Messrs. Straiten, Clark, Irwin, Adams, 
Ko-vekamp and Ballauf. 

EXAMINATIONS.— Messrs. Harding, Scudder, Lilienthal, 
Ksmann and Davis. 

FUEL.— Me.-srs. Bard. Johnson and Beattie. 

FUNDS AND TAXES.— Messi-s. Beattie, Wilstach, Ehlen, 
Reeves and Dohertf. 

FURN ACKS AND STOVES.— Messrs. Nuelsen, Woodward, 
and Caldwell. 

FURN ITURK.— Messrs. Williams, Watson, Elilen, Kelley 
and Bard. 

GEBMAN-ENGLISIISCHOOLS.-Messrs.Rowekamp,Es- 
mann. Frensdorf, Nuelsen, Miller, Troxell and Ballauf. 

LIBRARY.- Messrs. Bonsall, Uavis, Bard, Reeves and 
Harding. 

LOTS.— Messrs. B.ird, Stratton, Bates. Dnherty and Beattie. 

MUSIC —Messrs. Irwin, Harding, Wilstach, Caldwell nnd 
Nuelsen. 

NIG ITT SCHOOLS.— Messrs. Lilienthal. Armstrong, Bates, 
Powers. Esniann, Dolierty and Kelley. 

PENMANSHIP.— Messrs. Newton, Stratton, Bonsall, Scud- 
der and Miller. 

PRINTING AND BLANKS.— Messrs. Armstrong and Strat- 
ton. 

SALARIES.- Messrs. Doherty, Rowekamp, Clark, Kelley 
and Bales. 

SUPPLIKS.— Messrs. Clark, Watson, Ehlen, Williams and 
Caldwell. 

Local Trustees, 
FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR, IS60-'61. 

FIRST DISTRICT.— Messrs. Rowekamp, Miller and Arm 
stron-. 

SECOND DISTRICT.— Messrs. Armstrong, Watson and 
Lilienthal. 

THIRl! DISTRtCT.-Messrs. Williams. Irwin and King. 

FOURTH DISTRICT.- Messrs.Caldwell, Scudder and Wil- 
liams. 

FIFTH DtSTUTCT.— Messrs. Beattie, Paine and Harding 

SIXTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Clark, Ehlen and Esmann. 

SEVKNTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Woodward, Kelley and 
Reeves. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Stratton, Powers and Ad- 
ams. 

NINTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Johnson, Bates and New- 
ton. 

TKNTII DISTRICT.- Messrs. Esmann. Davis and Miller. 

ELKVENTU DISTRICT.- Messrs. Bard, Balaulf and 
Clark. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Wilstach, Adams and 
Kelley. 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Nuelsen, Troxell 
and Frensdorf. 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT.— Messrs. Doherty, Frensdorf 
and Bartl. 

FIFTEENTHDISTRICT.— Messrs. Irwin, Paine and Cald- 
well. 

SIXTEENTHDISTRICT.— Messrs. Troxell, Nuelsen and 
Johnson 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT.-Messrs. Scudder, Caldwell 
and Kins. 

ORPHAN ASYLU.M.— Messrs. Bonsall, Reeves and Wat- 
son. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.— Messrs. Powers, Bonsall and 
Lilienthal. 

FIRST INTERMEDIATE.— Messrs. Stratton. Wilstach and 
Ballauf. 

SECOND INTERMEDIATE.— Messrs. King, Irwin and 
Lilienthal. 

THIRD INTERMEDIATE.- Messrs. Davis, Doherty, 
R .w^kamp, Khlen and Tro.Tell. 

FOURTH INTKRMEDIATE.— Messrs. Harding, Newton, 
Bates, Beattie and Woodward. 

Location of School Biaildings. 

1st District, North side Franklin between Main and Syca- 

2d District, East side Sycamore, betweeen Fifth and Sixth. 

ad " Ellen between Lock and Baum. 

4th " Seventeenth \^^rd (Fulion). 

."iih " East side Race between Front and Second. 

6th *' Corner Elm and iVdams. 

nil " North side Fouita between Smith and Park. 



8th District, North side Eighth between John and 
9th " South side Ninth between Vine and Race. 

Kith " East side Vine between 12th and l.'Jth. 

11th " Clinton between Linn and Locust. 

12th " Kighth, east of Harriet. 

13th " Findlay, west of Vine. 

Nth " West side Piatt, west of Bank. 

Orphan Asylum. 

1st Intermediate, Baymiller between Court and Clark. 

2d '* Ellen between Lock and Baum. 

3d " Corner Elm and Adams. 

4th " tWest side Race between Fourth and Fifth. 

HUGHES HIGH SCHOOL.— South side Fifth, opposite 
Mound. 

WOODWARD HIGH SCHOOL.— Woodward between Syca- 
more and Broadway. 

Bill Days. 

FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR,1860-'61. 

First, in three weeks September. 17th, 1860, 

Second, in four weeks, October 15th. " 

Third, " November 12th, " 

Fourth. " December Kith, " 

Fifth, " January 7th, 1861. 

Sixth, in three weeks January 2Pth, " 

Seventh, in four weeks February 25th, «■ 

Eighth, in three weeks March. IPth, " 

Ninth, in four weeks April loth. " 

Tenth, in three weeks May 6th, " 

Eleventh, in four weeks June3d. " 

Twelfth, in three weeks June 24th, " 

P5oard of Exai-niners. 

D. SHEPARDSON, President ... .Term ending April, 1863. 

E.S.BROOKS " " " " 

A.J.RICKOFF " " " " 

CYRUSKNOWLTON " " " 1862. 

L. HARDING " " " " 

JOHN U. STALLO " " " 1861. 

ROBERTALLYN " " 

REGULATIONS OF THE RO.ARD OF EXAMINERS OF 
COMMOM SCHOOLS. 

The Board consists of seven members- four of whom con- 
stitute a quorum at any regular and called meetings. 

The regular meetings are held at the ofSce of Public 
Schools, Mechanics' Institute Building, south-west corner 
of Sixth and Vire Streets, on the first Thursday of each 
month, except July and Augns.t at 41 o'clock P. M.* 
Extra meetinss may be called bv any three members of the 
Board, who. in sinning the call for such meeting are under- 
st'^od as pledging themselves to attend it. 

The Board grants four gradfs of Certificates, denominated 
respectively "Male Principal's Certificate," ' Female Prin- 
cipal's Certificate." "Male Assistant's Certificate," "Fe- 
male Assistant's Certificate." 

Candidates for " Male Principal's Certificate " are exam- 
ined in Natural Philosophy. Constitution of the United 
States. Ancient and Modern History, Anatomy and Phisiol- 
ogy. Chemistry, Astronomy. Geometry, Plane Trigonome- 
try and Mensuration, and Penmanship. 

Candidates for a "Mnle Assistant's Certificate" are ex- 
amined in Spelling and Definitions, Reading, Ensrlisb Gram- 
mar, Geo raphv. American History, Mental Arithmetic, 
Written Arithmetic, Algebra, Theory and P.act'Ve nf Teach- 
ing. Natural Philosophy, Constitution of the United States, 
and Penmanship. 

Candidates for a ''Female Principal's Certificate" are 
examined in Spelling and Definitions. Reading. Enslish 
Graramnr. Geography, American History. Mental Arith- 
metic. Written Arithmetic, Alsebra, Theory and Practice of 
Teachin?, Natural Philosophy. Constitution of the United 
States. Ancient and IModern History, Anatomy and Phisio- 
logy. Chemistry, Astronomy and Penmanship. 

Candidates for a "Female Assistant's Cer'ificate" are 
lexamined in Spelling and Definitions, Reading, English 
Giamm-'r. Geography, American History, Mental Arith- 
metic. AVritten -Arithmetic, Theory and Practice of Teaching 
and Penmanship. 

The number opposite to each bmnch, in the cohiron on 
the right of the list of studies on the Certificates issued, 
measures thft result of the examination, three being the 
maximum. Less than two. in either English Grammar, 
Geography. Mental Arithmetic or Written Arithmetic, is a 
failure. Unless the Spelling is correct, it is marked 0. 

The Board has discontinued the Prim.ary Certificate. 

A specimen of the handwriting, with a record of the char- 
Bcter of the examination of each individual, is preserved in 
a volume for the use of the Board of Trustees and Visitors. 

'Candidates are examined in Arilhuetic at three o'cloik. 
P. M. 



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Candidates must leave with the Clerk of the Board, at 
least three days before the monthly meeting, a certificate of 
good moral character, and a written statement of the grade 
of certificate sought, together with a declaration that they 
are eighteen years of age (or seventei,'n, if graduates from 
the High Schools, or with similar attainments), and that 
they design teaching in the Public Schools of Cincinnati, if 
found qualified. Candidates are requested to leave their 
address, and a statement of any exijerience they may have 
had in teaching. 

Candidates shall be examined in the absence of all specta- 
tors, save the Trustees and Visitors of the Public Schools. 

Candidates shall not be examined who are not present 
punctually at the appointed hour. None shall be admitted 
to a second examination for the same grade of Certificate, 
or have one already granted improved, till after the expira- 
tion of six months. 

Communications to the Board to be left ^ith the Clerk, at 
the Office of Public Schools, in the Mechanics' Institute 
Building Sixth street, a few doors west of Vine street, be- 
tween the hours of 9 A. M. and 12 M., and between the 
hours of 1 P. M. and 4. P. M. 

No Assistant's Certificate shall be issued without an ag- 
gregate average of two-thirds of the full number of marks, 
and no Principal's Certificate shall be issued without an 
aggregate average of two-thirds of the full number of marks 
of the additional l>ra.Rches.— \ Adopted June fid, 1859.] 



UNION BOARD OF CINCINNATI IIIGn SCnOOLS FOR 
SCHOOL YEAR, 186IJ--61. 

Wm. Greene, President. 
■\V. ¥. HuRLBUT, Htcretary. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD. 

DELEGATES FROM THE COMMON SCHOOL BOARD.— 
Lyman Ha;ding, F. H. Rowekamp, Charles Bonsall, 
C. F Wilstach, J. M. Doherty, M. E. Reeves. 

DELEGATES FROM WOODWARD BOARD —W. G. W. 
Lewis, Life Member; Alphonso Taft, to l^M ; William 
Goodman, to le^tiii ; Geo. Graham, to ICiGS ; Theophilus 
Gaines, to 1861. 

DELEGATES FROM HUGHES BOARD.— William Greene, 
William Hooper. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF UNION BOARD. 

ON TEXT BOOKS AND SCHOOL LIBRARIES.— Messrs, 
Haiding, Graham and Bonsall. 

ON COURSE OF STUDY AND CLASSIFICATION.— 
Messi s. Hooper, Harding and Lewis. 

ON VOCAL MUSIC— Messrs. Reeves, Rowekamp and 
Gaines. 

ON DISCIPLINE— Messrs. Taft, Hooper and Graham. 

ON FUEL.— Messrs. Gaines, Wilstach and Doheity. 

ON FURNITURE.— Messrs. Graham, Reeves and Rowe- 
kamp. 

ON BUILDINGS AND REPAIRS.-Messrs. Hooper, Good- 
man and Bonsall. 

ON PRINTED QUESTIONS —Messrs. Goodman, Tait, 
Reeves. Gaines and Wilstach. 

ON EX.'iMINATIONS.— Messrs. Hooper, Harding and 
Graham. 

ON CLAIMS.— Messrs. Goodman, Graham and Doherty. 

SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF EACH SCHOOL.— Wood- 
ward, PresiUeut. {ex officio,) Messrs. Lewis and Hard- 
irig. Hughes, President, [euy officio,) Messrs. Hooper 
and Goodman. 



Rules and. Regulations 

OF THE OHIO SCHOOL LIBRARY OP THE CITY OF CINCINNATI. 

Article 1. The Reading-room shall be open from nine 
o'clock in the forenoon, to nine o'clock in the evening of 
all secular days throughout the year, except those days 
which by custom are regarded as holidays, and to these shall 
be added any special holidays which m y, from time to time 
be recognized as such by the Board of Trustees and Visitors 
of Common Schools of Cincinnati. 

Art. 2. All inhabitants of Cincinnati, above the age of 
sixteen years, of respectable character, and of such orderly 
conduct and condition as to not interfere with the occupa- 
tions and comforts of others, shall have free access to the 
Reading-room during ail its regular hours, first signing a 
promise that they will observe all the existing Rules and 
Regulations, and all that may be subsequently prescribed by 
due authority ; provided always, that Minors shall bring 
certificates from their parents and guardians, in a form fur 
nished by the Librarian, setting forth that they are persons 
who ought to eiyoy the privileges of the Public Reading- 
room, and for whose conduct, while there, such parents or 
guardians become responsible. 



Art. 3. All books belonging to the Library may, at the 
discretion of the Librarian, be used in the Reading-room— 
a discretion he is required by the Trustees to exercise, 
especially in the case of minors. 

Art. 4. Every person entitled to use in the Readin"- 
room the books of tbe Library, shall be furnished by the 
Librarian with a printed card on which such person shall 
designate the particular book asked for, by enterin" in 
blanks left for that purpose, the number of the shelf on 
which It stands, the number of the book on the shelf, and 
if it be part of a set, the number of the particular volume- 
all which numbers can be easily ascertained from the printed 
copies of the catalogue always on the table of the Reading- 
room ; and this card, which must be presented to the Libra- 
rian whenever a book is asked for to be used in the Reading- 
room, will be retained by him so long as its owner ret-iins 
the boon ; but no book, so received, shall, for any reason 
whatever, be removed from the Reading-room by the person 
receiving it. 

Art. 5. Every person who may visit the Reading-room, 
shall returu each of tlie pamphlets and periodicals, such 
person may have used, to its proper place, and any books 
to the Librarian. 

Art. G. Any person abusing the privileges of the Read- 
ing-room by unbecoming conduct there, or by the violation 
ot any of its regulations, shall be at once reported by the 
Librarian to the Library Committee, and by them excluded 
from it.s benefits for a time, or permanently, according to the 
nature and degree of the delinquency or default; but in 
case of any gross oflence, the Librarian shall act summariiy 
in the matter, and cause the oliender to be at once excluded 
from tne room, report-ng the case to the Library Committee 



Art. 7. An alphabetical list of all the persons enjoyin"' 
the Reading-room, shall be kept by the Librarian, the resi° 
deuce of each person being noted in it. 



C^olored Schools. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR COLORED COMMON 
SCHOOLS, FOR lbbU-'6l. 

OFFICERS. 

ThomasJ Goode President. 

^"'^.'"^V- «o"don Vice Presi<lent. 

Phihp Tolliver, Jr Clerk. 

i*. B. Ferguson, Thomas E. Knox, Isaac M. Troy. 

ROLL OF MEMBERS AND THEIR RESIDENCES. 

Eastern District.— Thomas J. Goode, North street, bet. 

Sixth and Seventh ; Thomas E. Knux, North street, 

between Sixth and Seventh ; Philip Toliver, Jr., Sixth 

street, east of Lock. 
Westkrn District.- p. B. Ferguson, Elm near Liberty 

street ; I. M. Troy, Commerce, between Elm and Plum; 

Andrew J. Gordon, Fifth street, between Vine and 

Race. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

ON COURSE OF STUDY AND TEXT BOOKS.— Knox and 

Gordon. 
ON DISCIPLINE.— Troy and Tolhver, Jr. 
ON FUEL.— Gordon and Goode. 
ON PRINTING.- Troy and Tolliver, Jr. 
ON SCHOOL HOUSE, REPAIRS, FURNITURE, etc 

Goode and Fertruson. 
ON SALARIES — Truy and Knox. 
ON EXAMINATION.— Tolliver, Jr. and Gordon. 
ON CL.VIMS.—Goode and Ferguson. 
ON BUILDINGS.— Knox and Troy. 
ON LIBRARY.— Uoode and Ferguson. 

LOCATION OF COLORED SCHOOLS. 

Western District.— School House on West Court street, 
between John and Mound streets. 



Peter II. Clark, Principal ; Mrs. M. J. Corbin, Wm. H. Par- 
ham, Wm. R. Casey, Miss Lucy Blackburn. 

Eastetn District.— School House on Seventh, East of 
Broadway. 



John Q. Mitchel, Principal ; Miss Ann E. Ryall, Miss Vir- 
ginia C. TiWei , Miss Martiia E. Anderson. 



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CINCINNATI CITY GUIDE. 



College Information. 



Literary. 
ST. XATIER COLLEGE, w. s. Sycamore, b. 6th and 7th. 

Board of Tristees.— Mnst Rev. J. B- Puicell, D.D., Arch- 
bishop cf Cincinnati; Maurice Oakley. S. J.: Very Rev. 
Edward Purcell; Rev. Charles Driaooll, S. J.; Rev. Michael 
Lavvlor, S. J.; Rev. Francis Acmal, S. J. 

Faculty.— Rev. M. Oakley, S. J., President; Rev. T. Kuhl- 
man, S. J., Vice-President; Rev. P. Arnoudt, S. J., Prof, 
of Rhetoric, Belles Lettres and Astronomy; Rev. L. Iley- 
len, S. J., Prof, of Philosophy and Mathematics; Rev. M. 
Lawlor, S. J., Treasurer; Mr. C Coppens, S. J , Prof, of 
Ancient Lancruages, and Asst. Prof, of Modern Lansjuases 
and Mathematics; Mr. Wm. Schmidt, S. J. Prof, of Natu- 
ral Philosophy, Chemistry, and German, and Asst. Prof, 
of Mathematics; Mr. F SlcArdle, S. J., Prof, of Natural 
History, and Asst. Prof, in various branches; Mr. D. Don- 
ovan, Asst. Prof, in various branches; Mr. II. Gerald and 
Mr, H. Brusselbach. Profs, of Music. 

WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE, Vine between 6th and 
7th. Rev. Robert AUyn, A. M., President, and Professor 
of Moral Science. 

Officers of Board of Trustees.— Rev. Bishop T. A. 
Morris, D. D., President of the Board; John Reeves. Esq., 
First Vice-President; D. W. Clark, D. D., Second Vice- 
President; John Pfaff, Esq., Treasurer; C. H.Wolff, Esq., 
Secretary. 

Executive Committee. — The OflScers of the Board of Trus- 
tees, and John Simpkinson and Wm. Wood, Esq. 

Board of Instruction. — Rev. Robert Allyn. A. M., Pres- 
ident and Professor of Mental and Moral Science; Mrs. 
Mary C. Wilber, Governess; B. Starr, A. M., Professor of 
Mathematics and Ancient Languages; Miss A. S. W. S. 
Baily, M. L. A., Preceptress in Higher Collegiate Studies; 
Miss Amanda Gest, M. E. L., Preceptress in Collegiate 
Studies; Miss Sallie J. Attee, Preceptress of First Prepar- 
atory Class; Miss Mary G. Sackett, M. E. L. Preceptress 
of Second Preparatory Class; Miss Mary E. Attee, Precep- 
tress of Third Preparatory Class; Miss Rebecca Judkins, 
Preceptress of Primaiy Department; Henry J. Smith, Pro- 
fessor of Piano, Or^an and Vocal Music; Miss Susan C. 
Searles, Miss Julia A. Colburn, and Miss Perlie A. V. 
Wilber, Preceptresses of Vocal and Instrumental Music; 
Henry Worrell, Professor of the Guitar, Henry Lovie, 
Prof, of Linear and Perspective Drawing and Painting; 
Mrs. Charlotte Cadwell, Instructress in German; Madame 
Josephine Lamotte.Instructress in French; Harriet Shrom, 
Teacher of M'ritiiig. 

La-Wi 

LAW DEPARTMENT OF CINCINNATI COLLfGE.Lec- 
ture Room. College Buildinsr, over Mercantile Libi-ary. 

Faculty.— Bellamy Storer, M. H. Tilden, and M. E, Cur- 
wen. Dean. M. E. Curwen. The Lectures commence 
annually on the Wednesday nearest the 15th of October, 
and continue until .the loth day of the ensuing April, 
daily. 

Medical and. Siargical. 

CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF MEDICINE & SURGERY, 
s.w.c. Central Avenue and Longworth. 

FAruLTY.— P. M. Crume, M. D., Emeritus Prof, of Obstet- 
rics and Diseases of Women and Children; A. H. Baker, 
M. D. Prof, of the Principles and Practice of Surgery, and 
Clinical Surgery; B. S. Lawson, M. D., Prof, of Principles 
and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine; R. Spen- 
cer, M. D , Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology; T. A. Bea- 
my, M. D., Prof, of Materia Medica and Therapeutics; J. 
H. Tate, M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women 
and Children; Daniel Vaughn. A. M., Prof, of Chemistry 
and Pharmacy; 6. R. Chitwood, M. D., Prof, of I'atholosv 
and Physical Diagnosis; C. B. Maclay, M. D., Prof, of 
Medical Jurisprudence; J. W. Baker, M. D., Adjunct Prof, 
of Principles and Practice of Medicine; Wm. Spencer, M. 
D., Adjunct Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology; Wm. H. 
Swander, M. D , Prosectorto the Chair of Surgery; King- 
ston Goddard, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

ECLECTIC MEDICAL INSTITUTE OF CINCINNATI, 
n.e.c. 8th and Plum. 

F.ACOLTY.— H. D. Garrison, M. D., Professor of Chemistry, 
Pharmacy and Toxicology; J. F. Judge, M. D., Adjunct 
Professor of Chemistry, Pharmacy and Toxicology; L. E. 
Jones, M. D., Professor of Materia Sledica, Therapeutics, 
and Medical Botany; Chas. T. Hart, M. D., Professor cf 
Physiology and Medical Jurisprudence; Zoheth Freeman. 
M. D., Professor of Surgery and Surgical Practice; J. M. 
Scudder. M. D.. Professor of Theory and Practice of Med. 
icine and Pathology; Edwin Freeman, M. D., Professor of 
General, Special and Pathological Anatomy; J. F. Judge, ' 



M. D., Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women 
and Children; A. J. Ilowe, M. D., Professor of Demonstra- 
tive Anatomy and Surgery; R. S. Newton, M. D.. Profes- 
sor of Clinic Medicine'and Surgery; W. Sherwood, M. D., 
Emeritas Professor of Practice of Medicine and Pathology. 

MEDICAL COLLEGE OF OHIO, s.s. 6th b. Vine and Race. 

Facilty.— M. B. Wright, M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women and Children; Geo. C. Blackman, M. 
D., Prof- of Surgery and Clinical Surgery; James Graham, 
M. D., Prof, of Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine; 
W. W. Dawson, M. D., Prof, of Anatomy; James F. Hib- 
berd, M. D., Prof, of Physiology and General Pathologyf 
J. C. Reeve, M. D., Prof, of MateriaMedica and Therapeu- 
tics; Charles O'Leary, M. D., Prof, of Chemistry and Tox- 
icology. John S. Billings, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anato- 
my; Charles Thornton, M. D., Prosector to Professor of 
Surgery. 

PHYSIO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE, College Hall. 

Faculty.- D. McCarthy. M. D., Prof, of Medical and Ope- 
rative Surgery; S. E. Carey, M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics and 
Medical Jurisprudence; W. H. Cook, M. D., Prof, of Bot- 
any, Therapeutics and Materia Medica; S. E. Carey, M. D., 
Prof, of Theory and Practice of Medicine; D. McCarthy, 
M. D., Prof, of Anatomy and Physiology; 6. Hasty. M.D., 
Prof, of Chemistry and Toxicology. Wm. H. Cook, M. 
D., Dean, 132 W. 6th. 

Dental. 

OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY, w. s. College, 
between 6th and 7th. 

Faculty.— C. B. Chapman, M. D., Prof; of Anatomy and 
Physiology; J. B. Smith, M. D., Prof, of Pathology and 
Therapeutics; James Taylor, D. D. S., Pref. of the Insti- 
tutes of Dental Science;" J. Taft, D. D. S., Prof, of Opera- 
tive Dentistry; Joseph Richardson, D. D. S., Prof of Me- 
chanical Dentistry; Geo. Watt, D. D. S., Prof, of Chemistry 
and Metallurgy; Merit Wells, D. D. S-, Demonstrator of 
Operative and Mechanical Dentistry. J. Taft, Dean. 

Mercantile and. Commercial. 

BACON'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, n.w.c. 6th and Wal- 
nut. (Bacon's Building.) 

B.ARTLETT'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, s'w.c. 3d and 
Walnut. 

GUNDRY'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE, n.w.c. Walnut & 
5th. (Apollo Building.) 

OHIO MERCANTILE COLLEGE, s.w.c. 4th and Walnut, 
(Carlisle Building.) 

WESTERN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, s.e.c. 4th and 
Vine. 



Libraries. 



CINCINNATI LAW LIBRARY, Court House. Any 

person who has not been a member of the bar more 

than three years, can have access to the Library, upon 

paying the annual assessment, from five to ten dollars. 

GERMAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION ROOMS, s.w.c. 

Main and Twelfth. 
OHIO PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARY OF CINCINNATI. 
Mechanics' Institute, corner of Vine and Sixth. 
The Ohio Mechanics' Institute has deposited their exten- 
sive Library with this. 

The Managers of the Ladies' Picture Gallery have depo- 
sited their superior collection of copies and paintings from 
the Ancient Masters, and Statuary, with the School Board, 
which are arranged in the suite of rooms adjacent to the 
Free Public Library. 

The residents of Cincinnati are permitted to take books 
from the Ohio School Library, free, on signing a promise to 
comply with the rules, and furnish a well-known citizen 
who agrees to be responsible for any damage or loss. 

The Library of the New England Historical Society of 
Cincinnati is deposited in the Rooms of the Library. To 
the General Library, known as the Public School Library, 
there have been added the present year, about 7,000 vols. 
of standard works. This Library contains, at the present 
time, about 20.000 volumes, and will receive during the 
present year, some five or six thousand additional volumes. 
ST. JOSEPH CALLA3ANCTIUS' LIBRARY. 
ST. XAVIERS' CIRCULATING LIBRARY. 
WESTERN ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCE. Col- 
lege Building, Walnut, between Fourth and Fifth. 
YOUNG MEN'S MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIA- 
TION, College Building, Walnut, bet. Fourth and 
Fifth. 



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Church Directory. 



BAPTIST. 

First Baptist Church, north side Court, between Mound and 
Cutter; service morning and evening; llev. Nathaniel 
Colver, Pastor. 

nigh Street Baptist Church, east of City Water Works; 
service morning and evening; Rev. J. Emery, Pastor. 

Mt. Auburn Baptist Church, Rev. N. Sheppard, Pastor. 

Ninth Street Baptist Church, south side 9th between Vine 
and Race; service morning and evening; Rev. E. T. 

P Robinson, Pastor.' 

Freeman Street Baptist Church, Freeman, near foot of 5th 

street; service morning and evening; — , 

Pastor. 

Welsh Baptist Church, north side Harrison; service morn- 
ing and evening; Rev. Davis, Pastor. 

Balfer Street Baptist, Church (colored), south Side Burnet 
between Walnut and Vine; service morning and evening: 
Rev. Henry Simpson, Pastor. 

Third Street Baptist Church (colored), south side 3d, be- 
tween Race and Elm; service morning and evening; Rev. 
Wallace Shelton, Pastor. 

CHRISTIAN. 

First Christian Church, Longworth, between Central Ave- 
nue and John; service morning and evening; Elder C. 
A. Morse, Pastor. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

First Orthodox Congregational Church, north side 7th, bet. 
Centra! Avenue and John; Rev. Henry M. Storrs, Pastor; 
service morning and evening. 

Second Orthodox Congrecational Church, east side Vine, be- 
tween 8th and 9th; Rev Charles B. Boynton. Pastor; 
service morning and evening. 

Welsh Congregational Church, west side Lawrence, between 
3dand4tli; Rev Thomas Edwards, Pastor; servicemorn- 
ing and evening. 

DISCIPLES OP CHRIST. 

Christian Church, soulh-vvest corner Walnut and 8th; ser- 
vice morning, afternoon and evening. 

Christian Church, 6th between Smith and Mound; Elder 
J. M. Henry, Pastor; service morning, afternoon and 
evening. 

Christian Church, between T. P. 13 and 14, Fulton; El- 
der Marshall, Pastor; service morning, afternoon and 

evening. 

Christian Church (colored), north side Harrison; Elder 
Rufus Conrad, Pastor; service morning, afternoon and 
evening. 

Union Mission Church, north side 9th, between Baymiller 
and Freeman; Rev. T J. Melish, Pastor; service morn- 
ing at 11 o'clock, and afternoon at 4 o'clock. 

FRIENDS. 
First Friends (Orthodox), 5th between Central Avenue and 

John; services mornings of 1st and 5th days. 
First Friends (Hicksite,) 5th between Central Avenue and 

John; services mornings of Jst and 5tli days. 

GERMAN EVANGELICAL UNION. 
German United Evangelical Church, corner Bremen and 

15th; Rev. Ernst Roos, Pastor; service Id A. M. 
German United Evangelical Church, east side Kim, between 

15th and 13th; Rev. Maurice Kaschig, Pastor; service 

50 A. JL 
German United Evangelical Church, north side 6th, between 

AValnut and Vine; Rev. Augustus Kroell, Pastor; service 

10 A. M. 
German United Evangelical Church, corner 13th and 

Walnut; Rev. Nicholas Hoflseummer, Pastor; service 

10 A. M. 
German United Evangelical Church, corner Race and loth; 

Kev. G. W. Eisenlohr, Pastor; service 10 A. M. 

GERMAN REFORMED. 
First German Reformed Church, north-west corner of Elm 

and 15th; Hermann Rust, Pastor; service morning.and 

evening. 
Second German Reformed Church, south sideFindlay, west 

of Baymiller; Rev. Samuel Mease, Pastor. 
Third German Reformed Church, Franklin and Sycamore; 

Kev. 0. Suure, Pastor; services morning and evening. 

JEWISH SYNAGOGUES. 
Holy Consregation, Children of Israel; south-east corner 

6 h and Broadway; Rev. Dr. Lilienthal, Rabbi; Julius 

Freiberg, Parnas. 
Holy Congregation, Children of J^shurun; Lodge, between 

5th and 6th; Rev. Dr. Isaac M.Wise, Rabbi; Emil Block, 

Parnas. 3 



Holy Congregation of Brothers in Love, Race, between 15th 
and Liberty; Sampson Rosenthall, Parnas. 

Polish Congregation of the K. K. Adat, Israel, corner Wal- 
nut and 7th; Jacob J. Samuels, Parnas. 

Shearith Israel, Lodge, between 6th and 7th; B. Muskewett, 
Rabbi; , Parnas. 

LUTHERAN. 

English Evangelical Lutheran Church, east side Elm, be- 
tween 9tli and Court; Rev. AVm. H Harrison, Pastor; 
service morning and evening. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Church, east side of Race, 
between 15th and Liberty, Rev. F. King, Pastor; service 
morning and afternoon. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Church, west side Walnut, 
between 8th and 9th; Rev. C. Turcke, Pastor; service 
10 A. M, 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

East Cincinnati District — W. Yodng, Presiding Elder. 

Union Ch., north side 7th, b. Central Avenue and Plum; 
Rev. George.C. Robinson, Pastor; Rev. Wm. A. Snively, 
Associate Pastor; sei-vice morning and evening. 

Wesley Ch., north side 5th, between Sycamore and 
Broadway; Rev. J. T. Mitchell, Pastor; service morning 
and evening. 

Trinity Cli., north side 9th, between Race and Elm; Rev. 
J. W. T. McMullen, Pastor; service morning and even- 
ing. 

Asbury Ch., south side Webster, between Main and Syc- 
amore; Rev. Samuel L. Yourtee, Pastor; service morning 
and evening. 

McKendrie Ch., (Seventeenth Ward), Front street; Rev. T. 
A. G. Phillips, Pastor; service morning and evening. 

New Street Methodist Ch., (colored), east of Broadway; 
Rev. . Pastor; service morning and evening. 

Mt. Auburn Ch., Rev. W. B. Moler, Pastor; service morn- 
ing and evening. 

Collins Ch.. T. J. Harris. Pastor. 

East Pearl Street Ch., Pearl, between Broadway and Lud- 
low; Kev. T. S. Collett, Pastor; service morning and 
evening. 

Walnut Hills Ch., Walnut Hills; Rev. Wm. E. Hines, Pas- 
tor; sei'vice morning and evening. 

Wkst Cincinnati District — Rev. M. Marlay, Presiding 
Elder. 

Morris Ch., west side Central Avenue, between 4th and 5th; 
Rev. Granville Moody, Pastor; service morning and 
evening. 

Christie Ch., north side Court, between Mound and Cutter; 
Rev. Wm. 1. Fee, Pastor; service morning and evening, 

Raper Ch., west side Elm, north of Findlay; Rev. D. J. 
Starr, Pastor; service morning and evening. 

Park Street Ch., south-west corner Park and Longworth; 
Rev. W. L. Hypes, Pastor; services morning and even- 
York Street Ch., "south-west corner 'Baymiller and York; 
Rev. John M. Walden, Pastor; service morning and 
evening. 

Findlay Ch, south side Clinton between Cutter and Linn; 
Rev. E. G. West, Pastor; service morning and evening. 

Carr Street Ch., Clark Street Ch., and Mears Ch., llev. M. 
Dustin, Pastor. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL-German. 

Cincinnati German District.— Rev. J. L. Klein, Pre- 
siding Elder. 

First German M E Ch., east side Race, between I3th and 
14th; . service morning and evening. 

Second German M. E. Ch., south side of Everett, near Linn; 
Rev. C. Gahn, Pastor; service morning and evening. 

Third German M. E. Ch., Buckeye head of Main; Rev. A. 
Loebenstein and R. Shobe, pastors; service morning and 
evening. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT. 

First Methodist Protestant Ch., 6th. between Vine and 
Race; Rev. Joseph White, Pastor; service morning and 

Second Methodist Protestant Ch., Elm, between 15th and 
Liberty; Rev. J. B. Dunn, Pastor; service morning and 
evening 

George Street Ch., between Cutter and Linn; Rev. J. W. 
Chaffin, Pastor, service morning and evening. 



METHODIST CALVINISTIC. 

Welsh Methodist Ch., College, between 6th and 7th; Rer. 
Howell Powell, Pastor; service morning and evening. 

METHODIST— CoLoRKD. 
African Ch., Sixth, east of Broadway; Rev. John Warren, 
Pastor. 

NEW JERUSALEM. 
Temple. Longworth, between Race and Elm; Rer. Chaun- 
cey Giles, Pastor; service morning and evening. 



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PRESBYTERIAN— Old School. 
First Presbyterian Church, 4th, between Main and Walnut; 

Rev. Samuel B. Wilson, D. D., Pastor; service morning 

and evening. 
Fifth Presbyterian Church, south west corner John and 

Clark; Rev. , Pastor; service morning and 

evening. 
Seventh Presbyterian Church, west side Broadway, between 

4th and 5th; Rev. N. C. Burt, Pastor; service morning 
and evening. 
Central Presbyterian Church, north-west corner Barr and 

Mound; Rev. — — , Pastor; service morning and 

evening. 
Ninth Presbyterian Church, David street, west of Cutter; 

Rev. , Pastor; service morning and evening. 

First Presbyterian Church (Walnut Hills), Rev. Thomas S. 

Crow, Pastor; service morning and afternoon. 

PRESBYTERIAN— New School. 

Second Presbyterian Church, Rev. M. L. P. Thompson. 
Pastor; south side 4th, between Vine and Race; service 
morning and evening. 

Third Presbyterian Church, south-west comer 4th and 
John; Rev. W. S. Kennedy, Pastor; service morning and 
afternoon. 

West End Mission Church, Poplar, near Freeman; Joseph 
Chester, Pastor. 

Eighth Presbyterian Church, 7th, between Linn and Bay- 
miller; Rev. George M. Maxwell, Pastor. The hours of 
service are 1 1 A. M.. and 7^ P. M.; Salibath School in the 
afternoon, 2 P.M. Weekly lectures on Wednesday even - 
ing, and Conference on Friday evening. 

PRESBYTERIAN— United. 

United Presbyterian Church, Gth, between Race and Elm; 
Rev. G. D. Archibald, Pastor; service morning and after- 
noon. 

United Church, corner Cutter and 7th; Rev. R. H. Pol- 
lock, Pastor; service morning and afternoon. 

Union Mission Church, Orchard, b. Sycamore and Main; 
Rev. Wm. C. JlcCune. Pastor 

PRESBYTERIAN REFORMED. 
Reformed Presbyterian Churcli. south side George street, 

between Race and Elm; Rev. , Pastor; service 

morning and afternoon. 
Church of the Covenanters, south side 9th, between'John 

and Mound; Rev. Wm. Wilson, D. D., Pastor; service 

morning and afternoon. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. 

Christ's Church, north side 4th, between Sycamore and 
Broadway; Rev. Kingston Goddard, Rector; Richard 
Gray, Assistant Rector and Missionary; service morning 
and evening. 

St. Paul's Church, north side 4th, between Main and Wal- 
nut; Rev. P. H. Greenleaf, D. D., Rector; service morn- 
ing and evening. 

St. John's Church, south-east corner Plum and 7th; Rev. 
Geo. A. Heather, Rector; service morning and evening. 

Church of the Advent, Walnut Hills; Rev. Wm. A. Small- 
wood, Rector. 

Church of the Atonement, corner Richmond and Cutter; 
Rev. M. Magill, Rector; service morning and evening. 

Church of the Redemption, Clinton, between Central Ave- 
nue and John; B. K. Maltby. Pastor. 

Calvary Church, Clifton; Rev. W. F. Lloyd, Rector. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St. Augustine's, Bank street; Rev. J. B. Hengehold; ser- 
vice morning and afternoon. 

St. Peter's Cathedral, south-west corner Plum and 8th; 
Most Rev. J. B. Purcell, D. D.; Very Rev. Edward Pur' 
cell. Very Rev.E. T. Collins, and Rev. Thomas J. J. Cop- 
penger; service morning and afternoon. 

St. Francis, corner of Liberty and Vine; Rev. Frank T. 
Kolb. 

St. Francis Xavier's, west side Sycamore, between 6th and 
7th; Rev. Charles DriscoU, S. J., Rev. Romon Rocloff, S. 
J., Rev. Jas. Converse, S. J.; service morning, afternoon 
and evening. 

St. Patrick's, north-east corner 3d and Mill; Rev. Richard 
Gilmore; service morning and afternoon. 

St. Michael's, west side of Millcreek; Rev. Michael Dese- 
laers; service morning and afternoon. 

Christ's Church, 17th Ward Rev. Abraham McMahon; ser- 
vice morning and afternoon. 

Holy Trinity, south side 5th, between Smith and Park; Rev. 
P. Kroeger,Rev. J. Ridder; service morning and after- 
noon. 

St. Mary's, south-east corner Clay and 13th; Rev Clement 
Hamer, Rev. J. B. Eikman, Rev. Anton Bermau; service 
morning and afternoon. 

St. Paul's, south-east corner Spring and Abigail; Very Rev. 
Jos. Fcrneding, Rev. J. F. Ilahne; service morning and 
afternoon. 



St. John Baptist, corner Bremen and Green; service morn- 
ing and afternoon. 

St. Joseph, south-east corner Linn and Laurel; Rev. In- 
glebertStehle, Rev. Wm. Sommer; service morning and 
afternoon. 

St. Philomena, north side Pearl, between Pike and BuMer; 
Rev. A. Toebbe, Rev. G. II. Kuhn; service morning and 
afternoon. 

St. Thomas, west side Sycimore, between 5th and 6th; Rev. 
Wm. 0. Higgins; service morning and afternoon. 

St. AVillibrord's (Holland), east side Walnut, south of Lib- 
erty; Rev. Wm. Wilkins; service morning and evening. 

Chapel of the Sisters of Charity, south side McFarland, be- 
tween Plum and Central Avenue, attended from Cathe- 
dral and St. Xavier's College. 

Chapel of Sisters of Notre Dame, 6th, between Broadway 
and, Sycamore; attended from the St. Xavier's and the 
Cathedral. 

All Saints, Rev. A. McMahon, Pastor; corner of High and 
Court. 

Immaculata, Mt. Adams. 

UNITARIAN. 

First Congregational Unitarian Church, south-west comer 
4th and Race; Rev M. D. Conway, Pastor; service morn- 
ing and evening. 

Church of the Redeemer, Rev. , Pastor; services 

££ every Sabbath, in the Church, corner of 6th and Mound. 

UNITED BRETHREN IN CHRIST. 
First Chapel, corner of Mound and Richmond; Rev. 

Ilatsler, Pastor, service morning and evejning. 
Second German United Brethren Church, west side Ritten- 

tenhouse, between Court and Clark, Rev. C. Flinchbaugh, 

Pastor, service morning and evening. 

UNIVERSALIST. 
First Universalist Church, east side of Plum, between 4th 
and 5th, Rev. G. T. Flanders, Pastor, service morning and 
evening. 



Benevolent Institutions. 



Cincinnati House of Refuge, e. side of Cumminsville Road, 
about i mile north of the Corporation line. Office of Board 
of Directors, Apollo Building, corner 5th and Walnut. 

House of Employment (Daughtersof Temperance), 183 West 
Fifth street. 

City Infirmary, near Carthage, Office w. side Plum, bet. 7th 
and eth. 

Home for the Friendless, 464 John. 

Lick Run Lunatic Asylum, Harrison Pike. 

City Dispensary, corner Longworth and Central Avenue. 

Commercial Hospital, corner 12th and Plum. 

St. John's Hospital, north-west corner 3d and Plum. 



Societies & Associations. 



A. B. C. F. MISSIONS' Agency, 28 West 4th. George L. 
Weed, Receiving Agent. 

ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, organized March, 1857; meets 
first Monday in every month, at Hall in Bacon's Building, 
north-west corner 6lh and Walnut. 

ALEMANIA CLUB, Emil Block, President; meets every 
evening, at Melodeon Hall. 

AMERICAN CHRISTIAN MISSION SOCIETY, Rev. 
Alex. Campljell, President; D. S. Burnet, Corresponding 
Secretary; H. S. Bosworth, Recording Secretary; office, 
south-west corner 8th and Walnut. 

AMERICAN REFORM TRACT AND BOOK SOCIETY. 
Geo. L. Weed, Secretary. 28 West 4th street. 

AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. Rev. B. W. 
Chidlaw, Superintendent of Missions for the State, and 
Secretary; George Crosby, Apent, 41 West 4th street. 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, Depository and office of 
Superintendent of Colportage, Melodeon Building, 163 
Walnut; Seelv Wood, Superintendent. 

AMERICAN WINE GROWERS' ASSOCIATION, of Cin- 
cinnati; organized 1st February, 1851, meets on the last 
Saturday of every month, at the rooms of the Horticultu- 
ral Society, Bacon's Buildings, north-west corner Cth and 
Walnut. Officers elected annually. 

BURN.S CLUB, of Cincinnati, re-organized January 11th, 
1853, meets once a year. Anniversary 25th January. 



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BUTCHERS' AND DROVERS' STOCK YARD CO., orga- 
nizeil May 1st. 1855. Henry Tesch, President; Adam 
Enijie, Vice-President; Thos. J. F. Weightman, Secretary; 
Geo. Bofjen, Treasurer. 
BUTCHKRS' MELTING ASSOCIATION, organized Sept. 
1st, 1833. Jacob Baumgardner, President; Henry Nico- 
lai. Treasurer. 
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE, n. w. c. Vine and Longworth. 

Wm. Bender, Secretary. 
CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, College Hal 
Building. President, J. W. Sibley; Vice-Presidents, Mor- 
ris Orum, John A. Dusan, Bufus A. Jones, Sam. J. Hale, 
Thos. Ong and John Dubois; John A. Gano, Secretary; 
Robert Brown, Treasurer. 
CINCINNATI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, incorporated 
185G. Pharmaceutical meetings on third Thursday in every 
month, in Ohio Medical College Building, south side lilh, 
between Vine and Race. OlBcers elected annually. 
CINCINNATI HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, organized 
February 17th, 1843; meets every Saturday in the Lecture 
Hall of Bacon's Mercantile College, north-west corner 6th 
and Walnut. Officers elected annually. 
CINCINNATI MEDICAL SOCIETY, organized 1832; 
meets first Tuesday in every mouth. Israel S. Dodge, M. 
D., President. % 

CINCINNATI STONE CUTTERS' ASSOCIATION, orga^ 
nized May, l?3i!; meets every Wednesday evening, at 
Switzer Hall, east side Main, between Court and Canal. 
Oificers elected annually. 
CINCINNATI TURNERS' ASSOCIATION, organized 
Nov. 21st, 1848; meets once a month at Turner Hall, west 
side of Walnut, between Allison and Liberty, for business, 
meets twice a week for exercise. Officers elected semi-an- 
nually. 
CINCINNATI TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, No. 3, char- 
tered May 2d, 1852; meets first Sunday in every month, 
at Templars Hall (Franklin Building), west side Vine, be- 
tween 5th aud 6th. Officers elected semi-aunuallv. 
CINCINNATI YOUNG xMEN'S BIBLE SOCIETY, 28 

West 4th. Wm. Scott, Depositary. 
GERMAN CARPENTER'S AND" CABINET MAKER'S 
RELIEF SOCIETY, organized Nov.. 1850; meets 1st and 
3d Saturday evening in jach month, at Working Men's 
Hall, east side Walnut, between 13th and 14th. Oificers 
elected semi-annually. 
GERMAN INSTITUTE SOCIETY, organized January, 
18.52: meets twice a week at their Hall, north-east corner 
Vine and Mercer streets. Officers elected semi-annually. 
GERMAN L.ADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY, founded 185U. 
GERMAN RELIEF ASSOCIATION, founded 1855. A. 

Louis, President. 
HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, of 
Ohio, organized 1824; meets once a month at the Society 
Rooms. Officers elected annually. 
JEWISH HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, founded 1850. A. 

Aub, President, Dr. Bettman, Physician. 
JOHN MITCHELL CLUB, organized 1852; meets every 
Jlonday evening, at Hall south-west corner 8th & Broad- 
wav. Officers elected quarterly. 
LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, founded 1838. 
MONTHLY TRACT (VIS.) ASSOCIATION, J. C. Macy, 
President. H. F. Knowles, General Superintendent. Tract 
Depository. 163 Walnut. 
OHIO MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, south-west corner 6th 
and Vine. Chas. F. Wilstach, President; John B. Heich, 
Clerk. 
OLD GERMAN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, 

founded 1841. 
OLD WOODWARD CLUB, organized November, 1835. 

Re-union on last Thursday in September. 
PIKENIX CLUB, founded 1856. Meets every evening at 

NationalHall, 200 Vine. 
PIONEERS' ASSOCIATION, of Cincinnati, composed of 
the early settlers and those born here prim- to the 4th of 
July, 1812. Organized November 2flth, 1856. Celebrate 
the settlement of the State, the 6th of April, and the set- 
tlement of the city the 26th of December of each year. 
PRESBYTERIAN BOARDS of Foreign and Domestic Mis- 
sions, Education, Publication and Church Extension. 
Agency. 74 West4th street. J. D. Thorpe. 
PRESBYTERIAN BOOK DEPOSITORY for the West and 

South west; J. D. Thorpe, Depositary, 74 West 4th. 
PALESTINE RELIEF SOCIETY, f,",unded June, 1853. 
TALMID YELSDIM SCHOLASTIC ASSOCIATION, 
chartered 1849. Henry Mack, President; Isaac M. Wise, 
Superintendent. 
THE SOCIETY FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE INDI- 
GENT, founded 1842. 
UNITED IRISH SOCIETY, organized May 22d, 1852; 
meets every Thursday evening, at Gordon's Hall, north- 
east corner 8th and Central Avenue. Officers elected semi- 
annually . 
WORKING MEN'S BENEVOLENT UNION ASSOCIA- 
TION, organized September, 1857. meets 1st Monday in 
every month, at Gordon's Hall, north-east corner 8th and 
Central Avenue. 



YOUNG MEN'S CATHOLIC LITERARY INSTITUTE, 
organized October 17th, 1852; meets every Tuesday even- 
ing, in basement of St. Thomas Church, west side Syca- 
more, bet. 5th and 0th. Officers elected semi-annually, 1st 
Tuesday in April and October, 

YOUNG MEN'S GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION, organized 
August llth, 1855; north-east corner 4th and Race. 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN UNION, organized October, 
1848; Rooms, 176 Race. Regular monthly meeting, 3d 
Thursday of each month; officers elected annually. Pre- 
sident, AbnerL. Frazer; V. President, H. Wilson Brown; 
Corresponding Secretary, Channing Richards, jr.; Record- 
ing Secretary, Geo. Hafer; Treasurer, H. W. Sage; Regis- 
trar, W. H. Taylor. Library and Reading Room open to 
the public every day from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. 

YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY OF RELIGIOUS INQUIRY, 
176 Race. 



Secret Associations, 



Masonic. 

N. C. Harmony Lodge, No. 2. Instituted 1794. 

Stated meetings, first Wednesday in each month. 

Miami Lodge, No. 46. Instituted December, 21st, 1618. 
Stated meetings, first Tuesday. 

Lafayette Lodge, No. 81. Instituted January llth, 1826. 
Stated meetings, first Thursday. 

Cincinnati Lodge, No. 133. Instituted Oct. 24th, 1845 
Stated meetings, Last Thursday. 

McMillan Lodge, No. 141. Instituted October 20th. 1847. 
Stated meetings, last Wednesday. 

Cynthia Lodge, No. 155. Instituted October 15th, 1849. 
Stated meetings, first Friday. 

Hanselman Lodge, No. 208. Instituted October 25th, 
1851. Stated meetings, fourth Monday. 

Yeatman Lodge, No. 162. Instituted Sent. 27th, 1848. 
Stated meetings, Wednesday, on or before each full moon. 

Cincinnati Chapter, No. 2. Instituted October 24th, 1810. 
Stated meetings, first Monday. 

McMillan Chapter, No. 19. Instituted October, 23d, 1846. 
Stated meetings, last Tuesday. 

Cincinnati Council, No. 1. Stated meetings, third Mon- 
day/ 

Cincinnati Encampment, No. 3. Instituted Sept. 17th, 
1841. Stated meetings, second Monday. 
Gibulum Lodge of Perfection. Stated meetings, first 
ATednesday. 

Dalcho Council of P. of J. Stated meetings, third Wed- 
nesday. 

Grand Chapter of Rose Croix. Meets second Thursday 
evenings in March, June, September and December. 

Grand Consistory of P. of the R. Secret, 32. Meets first 
Thursday evening in January, April, July and October. 

The four last named bodies meet in the Hall N. W. corner 
of Sixth and Main streets. All the others in the Hall, coiner 
Third and Walnut streets. 

I. O, O. F. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALL, COR. THIRD AND WALNUT. 

Ohio Lodge, No. 1. Instituted Dec. 23d, 1830. Meets 
every Monday. 

Washington, No. 2. Instituted January 10th, 1S32. 
Meets every Tuesday. 

Cincinnati, No. 3. Instituted July 4th, 1832. Meets 
every Wednesday. 

Franklin, No. 4. Instituted May 3d, 1833. Meets every 
Thursday. 

Cincinnati Degree Lodge, No. 1. Meets every Friday. 

Wildey Encampment, No. 1. Instituted September lUth, 
1832. Meets 1st and 3d Fridays. 

HALL, CORNER COURT AND WALNUT. 

Herman Lodge. No. 208. Instituted February 18th, 1853. 
Meets every Friday. 

MAGNOLIA HALL, CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT. 

Magnolia Lodge, No. 83. Instituted March 29th, 1847. 
Meets every Monday. 

Woodward. No. 149. Instituted. February 28th, ;1850. 
Meets every Tuesday. 

Humboldt, No. 279. Instituted May 18th, 1855. Meets 
every Wednesday. 

Crystal Fount, No. 176. Instituted March '13th, 1851. 
Meets every Thursday. 

Cincinnati Encampment, No. 22. Instituted March, 26th , 
1847. Meets second and fourth Friday. 

Herman Encampment, No. 66. Instituted September 29th, 
1855. Jleets first and third Friday. 



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HALL, ON HIGH STREET. 

Vulcan Lo(l!;e, No. 178. Instituted Maich, ITth, 1851. 
Meets every Monday. 

EAGLE HALL, MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BUILDING. 

Eagle Lod.ze, No. 100. Instituted February 8th, 1848. 
Meets every Monday. 

Makaten-ah Jsncampment, No. 32. Instituted January 
29th, 1849. Meets second and fourth Friday. 

Metropohtan Lodge, No. 142. lustituted January 23d, 
1830. Meets every Tuesday. 

HALL, CORNER FREEMAN AND EIGHTH. 

ftueen City Lod!(e,No. 229. Instituted March 24th, 1854. 
Meets every Monday. 

Williain Tell Lodge, No. 335. lustituted 

Meets 

WILLIAM PENN LODGE, COR. EIGHTH .■VND CEN- 
TRAL AVENUE. 

Palmetto Lodge, No. 165. Instituted March 14th, 1851. 
Meets every Monday. 

William Penn, No. 56. Instituted December 11th, 1845. 
Meets every Tuesday. 

American Lodge. No. 1*0. Instituted December 19th, 
1850. Meets eveiy Wednesday. 

Union Degree Lodge, No. 2. Meets second and fourth 
Thursday. 

Washington Encampment, No. 9. Instituted March 7th, 
1846. Meets first and tliird Tliursday. 

Philadelphia Encampment, No. 53. Instituted March 
27th, 1853. Meets first and third Friday. 

TEMPLE HALL, FULTON. 

Fulton Lod.ie, No. 112. Instituted August 17th, 1848. 
Meets every Thursday. 

GERMANIA HALL, COURT STREET, NEAR MAIN. 

Teutonia Lodge, No. 177. Instituted March 15th, 1851. 
Meets every Monday. 

Mohawk Lodge, No. 150. Instituted March 2d, 1850. 
Meets evpry Tuesday. 

Germania Lodge, No. 113. Instituted August 29lh, 1848. 
Meets every Wednesday. 

North Western Lodge, No. 296. Instituted April 1st, 1856. 
Meets every Tuesday. 

Queen City Encampment, No. 43. Instituted January 
31st, l^-Ol. Meets first and tliird Friday. 

Schiller Encampment, No. 42. Instituted September, 7th, 
1850. Meets second and fourth Friday. 

HALL, CORNER WADE AND CENTRAL AVENUE. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 171. Instituted September 23d, 1846. 
Meets every Monday. 

Losantiville Lodge, No. 336. Instituted , 

Meets every Thursday evening. 

kesperia Encampment. No. 37. Instituted February 19th, 
185U. Meets second and fourth Wednesday. 



Axnerican. Protestant As.sociation. 

Augustus Adolphus Lodge, No. 10. Instituted July 8th, 
1857. Meets every Tuesday evening, at Hall north-west 
corner tth and Freeman 

HarmomaLodge, No. 6. Instituted October ISth, 1854. 
Meets every Friday evening, at Hall soutli-wesi corner 
Court and Walnut. 

Liberty Lodge, No. 2. Instituted July 14th, 1853. Meets 
every Tuesday evening, at Hall south-west corner Wade 
and Central Avenue. 

Mai tin Luther Lodge, No. 3. Instituted March. 2d, 1854. 
Meets every Monday evening, at Hall south-west corner 
Couit and Walnut, 

Ohio Lodge, No. 1. Instituted July 12th, 1853. Meets 
erery Monday evening, at Union Hall, west side Plum 
between Seventh and Eighth. 

Queen City Lodge, No. 5. Instituted May 27th, 1854. 
Meets every Friday evening, at Union Hall, west side Plum 
between Seventh and Plum. 

Union Lodge, No. 9. Instituted July, 1855. Meets 
every Tuesday evening, at Union Hall, west side Plum, 
between .Seventh and Eighth. 

Washington Lodge, No. 4. Instituted April, 1354. Meets 
every Thursday evening, at Wushin-^on Hall, Mechanics' 
Institute, south-west corner Sixth and Vine. 

Washington Encampment, No. I. Instituted December, 
5th, 1851. Meets every second and fourth Tuesday in each 
month at Hall, corner Main and Abigail. 



William Penn Encampment, No. 1. Instituted August 
21st, 1852. Jlcets second and fourth Monday evenings in 
each month at Good Fellows' Hall, south-east corner Main 
and Court. 

I. O. S. M. 

HALL AT EAGLE LODGE. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 
CORNER SIXTH AND VINE, 

Bailey Lodge, No, 1. Grand Lodge of Ohio, Instituted 
December. 1857. Meets every Wednesday evening. 

Iron Mask Lodge, No. 2. Instituted June 14th, 1858. 
Meets every Saturday evening. 

Druids. 

Armenia Grove, No. 3, instituted 1849. Meets every 
Monday evening at Hall, n.s 9th b. Main and Sycamore, 
r Franconia Grove, No. 8, instituted 1842. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Kossuth Hall, s. w. c. Court and 
Walnut. 

Germania Grove, No. 5. instituted 1850. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Druid's Hall, n. s. Court bet. Main 
and Walnut. 

Jefferson Grove, No. 4, instituted 1850. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Druid's Hall. n. s. Court bet. Main and 
Walnut, 

Norma Grove, No. 7, instituted 1851. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Hall n. s. Court bet. Main and Syca- 
more. 

Western Grove, No. 1, instituted .1849. Meets every 
Slonday evenins at Druid's Hall. n. s. Court bet. Main and 
Walnut. 

Ohio Oak Grove, No. 11, instituted 1858. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Western Grove Hall. 

DEGREE GROVE. 
Cincinnati Degree Grove, No. 1. Meets 2d and 4th Friday 
evening in each month at Druid's Hall, n.s. Court between 
Main and Walnut. 

CHAPTER. 

Humboldt Chapter, No. 1, instituted 1853. Meets 1st and 
3d Friday evenings in each month at Druid's Hall, n.s. Court 
bet. Main and Walnut. 

Improvecl Order of Red IVTen. 

Mahketewah Tribe, No. 15, instituted April 14th, 1855. 
Meets every Saturday evening at Onna Wigwam, iJacon's 
Building, n.w.c.Oih and Walnut. 

Metamora Tribe, No. 0, instituted 1852. Meets every 
Thursday evening, corner 8th and Freeman. 

Jliami Tribe, No. 1, instituted April 22, 1851 Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Onna Wigwam, Bacon's Building, n.w. 
c. 6th and Walnut. 

Seneca Tribe, No. 7, instituted August 4th. 1-52. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Onna Wigwam, Bacon's Build- 
ing, n.w.c. 6th and Walnut. 

Wyandott Tribe, No. 5, instituted April 17th, 1852. Meets 
every Thursday evening at Onna Wigwam, Bacon's Build- 
ing, n.w.c, 6th and Walnut. 

Independ't. Order of 13ene Betith. 

District Grand Lodge, No 2, instituted 1858. Meets quar- 
terly at Macnolia Hall, 5th b. Sycamore and Main. J. M. 
Miller, Grand Massi Ab. 

Bethel Lodge, No. 4, instituted 1818, meets every Sunday 
evening at same Hall. Officers elected semi-annually. 

Jerusalem Lodge, No. 12, instituted 1850, meets every 
Monday evening at same Hall. 

Mount Carmel Lodge, No. 20, instituted 1854, meets every 
Wednesday evening at same Hall. 

Berith Abraham Lodge* meets every Sunday evening in 
Bacon's Building, corner 6th and Walnut. 

Sons of Temperance. 

Ohio Division, No. 1. meets every Monday evening at 
Franklin Hall, 203 Vine street. 

Cincinnati Division, No. 2, meets every Thursday evening 
at Metropolitan Ilall, corner 9th and Walnut. 

Young America Division, No. 3, meets every Friday even- 
ing at Metropolitan Hall, n.e.c. 9th and Walnut. 

Daughters of Tentiperance. 

Washington Union, No. 1, meets every Thursday after- 
noon, at Hall 188 West Fifth. 

Olive Branch Union, No. 2, meets every Tuesday after- 
noon, at Hall 188 West Fifth. 

Home Union, No. 4, meets every Wednesday afternoon, 
at Hall 188 West Fifth. 



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A. O. of O. F. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 11. Instituted November 2d, 1852' 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Hall, 923 Central Avenue- 
Franklin Lodge, No. 2. Instituted May 22d, lfi47. Meets 
every Friday evening at Hall, corner Main and Abigail. 

Germania Lodge, No. 5. Instituted February 24th, 1852. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Good Fel.ows' Hall, south- 
east corner Court and Main. 

Guttenberg Lodge, No. 10. Instituted October 28th, 1852. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Smith's Hall, north side 
Ninth between Main and Sycamore. 

Humania Lodge, No. 8. Instituted June 2d, I8,j2. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Good Fellows' Hall, northwest 
corner Clinton and Cutter. 

Jefferson Lodge. No. 4. Instituted November 12th, 1850. 
Meets every Monday evening at Hall corner Main and Abi- 
gail. 

Lafayette Lodge, No. 14. Instituted April 5th, 3853. 
Meets every Friday evening at Hall, north side 5th, between 
Main and Sycamore. 

Ohio Lodge, No. 0. Instituted March 6th, 1852. Meets 
every Monday evening at Good Fellows' Hall, south east 
corner Court and Main. 

Washington Lodge, No. 1. Instituted January 29th, 1840. 
Meets every Friday evening at Hall, north side Ninth be- 
tween Main and Sycamore. 

DEGREE LODGE. 
Woodbury Degree Lodge, No. 2 Instituted December 
IGth, 1852. Meets first Saturday evening in each month at 
Good Fellows' Hall, south east corner Court and Main. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 
Germania Encampment, No. 2. Instituted December22d» 

1851. Meets every first and third Thursdays in each month 
at H-.iH corner Main and Abigail. 

Schiller Encampment, No. 5. Instituted November 6th, 

1852. Meets every first Monday and fourth Saturday even- 
ings in each month at Good Fellows' Hall, south east corner 
Main and Court. 

Teinplars of Hoiaor. 

Si'PREMK CoDNciL. — The highest legislative body of the 
Order, meets annually at different points in the United 
States. J. Wadsworth, Most Worthy Recorder. Office and 
residence 112 Hopkins. 

Grand Temple of Ohio.— Meets annually in May, at 
different points in Ohio. J. Wadsworth, Grand Worthy Re- 
corder. Office and residence 112 Hopkins. 

Cincinnati Temple, No, 1, meets every Tuesday evening, 
at FranklinHall, 203 Vine. 

Union Temple, No. 9, meets every Thursday evening, at 
Franklin Hall, 203 Vine. 

Egeria Social Temple, No. 1, in connection with Cincin- 
nati Temple, meets in the same Hall the 2d and 4th Friday 
evenings of each month. 

Aurora Degree Temple, No. 1, in connection with all the 
Temples in the city, meets in the same Hall the last Saturday 
evening of each month. 

The Council Department of Aurora Degree Temple, meets 
in the same Hall the 1st Saturday evening in the month. 

Union Social Temple, No. 3. in connection with Union 
Temple, meets the 1st and 3d Wednesday evenings of each 
moath. 

I. O. Good. TeiTiplars. 

Neal Dow Lodge, No. 179, organized October 8th, 1857, 
meets every Thursday evening, at Hall n. w. c. Cutter and 
Clinton. Officers elected semi-annually. 

Western League Lodge, No. 105, organized January 9th, 
1*57, meets every Friday evening, at Hall s. w. c. Central 
Avenue and Dayton. Officers elected quarterly. 
/ 
Cadets of Teinperance. 

Washington Section, No. 1, re-organized September 4th, 
1856, meets every other Wednesday evening in Franklin 
Hall, No. 203 Vine street. Olficers elected semi-annually. 



Insurance Companies. 

AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital Stock 
§100,000 00. Directors— G. Brashears, W. H. Thomp- 
son, Theodore Cook, N. M. Florer, Stephen Morse, L. C. 
Buell, D. M. Sechler, Benjamin Evans, Lewis Clason. 
L. Clason, Secretary, Stephen Morse, President. Office, 
12 Front street, east of Main. 

BUCKEYE STATE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE 
COMPANY. Capital S 100,000. Office, 16 Public Land- 
ing, bet. Main and Sycamore streets, up stairs. Trustees 
and Directors— Wm. P. Hulbert, David Gibson, A. Mc- 
Alpin,H. 0. Gilbert, A. A. Marsh, Juo. B. Gibson, John 



Swasey, S. S. Davis, I. W. Parker, Jno. W. Gosling, 
Henry F. Han<iy, E. D. Cruikshank, Chas. Reakirt, 
Henry Davis. Isaac C. Faliis, Secretary, W. P. Hulbert, 
President, W. H. S. Ewell, Surveyor. 

CENTRAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI. 
OSice— 7 Front street, bet. Main and Sycamore sts. Di- 
rectors— Henry Morten, David Gibson, A. D. E. Tweed, 
B. Matlock, C W. Magill, M. Swasey. J. H. Barker, S. 
J. Broadwell, F. Ferry. Francis Ferry, Secretary; Henry 
Morten, president. 

CINCINNATI EQUITABLE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
.30 West Third street. Directors— Griffin Taylor, R. R. 
Springer, Mark E. Reeves, Geo. Carlisle, B. Matlock, J. 
W. Canfiekt, John A. Simpson, S. S. Smith, Charles 
AndrPSS,D. K. Cady, John Whetston. Jos. Jones, Grif- 
fin Taylor, President; Joseph K. Smith, Secretary; Jo- 
seph Jones, Surveyor. 

CINCINNATI INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital, paid 
up, $150,000. Otfice in Company's Building, 4 Front 
street. Directors— John W. llartwell, Allen Collier, Ira 
Athearn, James Lupton, A. S. Winslow, William Resor, 
G. S. Williams, R. M. W. Taylor, J. W. Canfield, James 

A. Frazer. John W. Ellis, John W. Dudley, Bowman C 
Baker. David T. Woodrow, Charles W. Rowland. G. W. 
Williams, Secretary; John W. Hartwell, President. 

THE CITIZEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY, OF CIN- 
CINNATI. Capital Stock, .$100,000 00. Directors and 
Trustees— J. S Chenoweth, Wm. AVood, Jas. F. Cun- 
ningham, Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher, G. Brashears, 
Wm. Williamson, John A. Skiff. A. B. Fenton, A. Erken- 
brecher, Geo. R. Dixon, John Holden, S. S. Clark, Geo. 
Keck, S. S. Cooper, Jas. Morrison, Jos. Reakirt, F. T. 
White. Geo. W. Copeland, Secretary; J. S. Chenoweth, 
President; A. M. Ross. Surveyor. Office, 18 Main street. 
East side, between Columbia and Front streets. 

CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, 8 Front street, east of 
Main. Capital .| 150,000. Directors— R. M. Bishop, W. 

B. Moores, J. W. Donohue, E. S. Haines, Geo. W. 
Trowbridge, J. D. Lehmer, J P. Kilbreth, T. J. Weaver, 
Geo. Carlisle. Thomas Slierlock, President; Wm. M. 
Richardson, Secretary; W. P. Stratton, Surveyor. 

COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCIN- 
NATI. Capital Stock iSI00,0o0. Directors— Wm. S. 
Wright, Wm. H. Dominick, Seymour Straight, R.Mac- 
ready, J. P. Trumbower, Chas. W. Smith, Adolph Wood, 
Thomas Sherlock, W. I. Whiteman. Thos. G. Odiorne, 
Jacob Jones, Martin Bare, Lewis Fagin, Richard Dymond, 
Henry A. Jones, J. H. French, G. Y. Roots, I. B. Car- 
penter, John Beattie, Geo. H. Davis, Richard Lloyd. 
J. A. Townley, Secretary; M. L. Harbeson, President. 
Office, North west corner Main and Front streets. 

EAGLE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI. 
Edward D. Speer, Secretary; J. W. Garrison, President. 
Directors— Henry ICessler, Anthony Fay, Wm. Wood, J. 
W. Garrison, S^imuel H. Taft, Geo. W. Townley, Smith 
Betts. J. B. Lawder, and David Baker, Surveyors. 

FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCIN- 
NATI. Capital Stock, $100,000, Directors, 1860-61— 
Edmund Dexter, Kobert Andrews, J. P. Tweed, George 
Wilshire, Jacob Traber, Charles W. West, Samuel J. 
Hale, John Whetstone, Peter A. White, James Calhoun, 
John D. Minor, Briggs Swift, J. T. Warren, N. W. 
Thomas, Pollock Wilson. Office in Company's Building, 
n.e.c Main and Front streets. Samuel K. Carter, Secret- 
ary; Henry E. Spencer, President. 

GERMAN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CIN- 
CINNATI. Office, 400 Vine street. George Klotter, 
President; H. A Rotterman, Secretary; Joseph Siefert, 
Treasurer. Directors— George Klotter, Jacob Baum- 
gardner, Frederick Pfiester, Henry Hemelgarn, Michael 
Eckert, Joseph Siefert, Nicholas Hoeffer, Anthony Bley, 
Christian Moerlein. 

HOMK INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI, 
37 West Third street. Capital .'$:'00,(100. Directors and 
Trustees— W. T. Phipps, Henry Mack, S. W. Haseltine, 
John D. Park, Joshua Jones, Joseph Howe. Charles F. 
Wilstach, T. H. C. Allen, Z. Freeman, Hugh Evans, 
Darius Eigleston, Max Hellman, John Decamp, Jos. 
Trounstine. Geo. R. Dixon, Louis Stix, W. J. M. Gordon, 
S. Katzanberger, Eli C Baldwin, R. H. Stone, Julius F. 
Freiburg. Wm. Long, Adam Geiss. J M. Secrist, Solo- 
Levi. Wm. T. Phipps, President; James H. Silvers, 
Secretary. 

MAGNOLIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COM- 
P.iNY. Capital Stock ,$1U0.000. Directors— W. C. 
Mann, S. C. Newton, W. C. Vanderbilt, Sol. Levi, C. 
Hofer, H. 0. Gilbert, Jas. Bugher, R. Iledger, Wm. H. 
Sayre. Charles H. Marshall, Secretary; W. C. Mann, 
President Office, 15 Public Landing, bet. Main and 
Sycamore streets. N. F. Lucky, Surveyor. 

MERCHANTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' FIRE AND 
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OP CINCINNATI. 



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CINCINNATI CITY GUIDE. 



Capital $150,000. Office, 11 Front street. A. M. Searles, 
President; B. B. Whiteman, Secretary. Directors — A.M. 
Searles, President; M Werk, Robert Ilosca, George Dom- 
inick, Robert Brown, R. W. Keys, Thomas Emei-y, W. 
Henry Davis, A. H. Andrews, George HatBeld, S. H. 
Burton, M. E. Reeves, John A. Dugan, Frederick Goule, 
William Proctor. Branch Office, n.w.c. of Thirteenth and 
Yine Street, No. 455, W. L. Gaddum, Agent. 

NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCIN- 
NATI. Capital .$100,nOU. Office, s.w.c. Front and Main 
Streets. Directors— John Eurgoyne, William Hepworth, 
¥. X. Wiedemer, J. L. Boss, Thomas 11. Biggs, Robert 
Moore. S. W. Smith, Henry Ellis, Marcus Fechheimer, 
C. L. Moore, Th. Ong, E. M. Smith. Henry C. Urner, 
Secretary; John Burgoyne, President. 

OHIO LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 68 West Third 
street. Capital Stock §100.000. Directors— J. P. Kil- 
breth, Augustus Isham, A. J. Preston, Leonard Swartz, 
Joseph W. Wayne, John W. Donohue, James D. Leh- 
mer, W. B. Moores, Joseph S. Ross. Augustus Isham, 
President; John W. Donohue, Tice-President; Henry 
Rockey, Secretary. 

PORTSMOUTH INSURANCE COSIPANY. Capital 
$150,000. Jos. S. Ross, President; S. W. Reeder, Sec- 
retai-y ; Ezekiel Ross, Solicitor. Office, 75 West Third 
street. 

QUEEN CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. Office, 34 Ma- 
sonic Temple, Third street. Capital !$ 100,000. Directors 
Wm. McCammon, Wm. A. Stewart, E. M. Shield, Richard 
Ashcraft, AmosConklin, Dr. J. L. Vattier, Geo. M. Dixon, 
Daniel McLaren. D. A. Powell, P. L. Weed, H. Clear- 
water, William B. Dodds, II. P. Elias, T. L'llommedieu, 
Leonard Swartz. James A. Devou, Secretary; William 
McCammon, President, Hiram Pugh, Surveyor. 

UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI. 
Capital $lut).000. Office, 5 Front street, bet. Main and 
Sycamore. Directors— K. Henry Carter, S. G. Hubbard, 
William C. Whitcher, Miles Greenwood, S. M. Barrett, 
Casper Qeist, Wm. Wiswell, jr., George F. Davis, Wm. 
Bender. Abm. C. Edvvai'ds, Secretary; E.Henry Carter, 
President. 

WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, 41 Main street. 
Capital $150,000. Directors— S. C. ParUhurst, William 
Goodman, William Hooper, Gardner Phi}ips, H. H. Stout, 
Lowell Fletcher, Henry Hanna, John Sivasey, Joseph 
Torrence, C Taylor Jones, J. W. Sibley, Joseph H. 
Wilby, Benj. Eggleston, Charles R. Fosdick, Thompson 
Bean, A. D. Bullock, Wm. H. Woods, B. F. Brannan, 
John Gould, B. P. Baker, Wm. S. Wright. Wm. Good- 
man, President; John P. Whileman, Secretary. 

WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY OP CINCINNATI. 
Capital $100,000. Office, Second Story of Insurance 
Building; entrance 2 Front street, bet. Main and Syca- 
more. Directors— T. F. Eckert, S. W. Pomeroy, A. W. 
Frank, Robt. Mitchell, L. G. E. Stone, Wm. Sellew, Wm. 
Glenn, Seth Evans, J. H. Taaffe, Geo. Stall, H. Clear- 
water, W. C. Whitcher, D. Gibson, Robert Buchanan, 
W. n. Comstock, J.W.Wayne, T. Dean, C- G. Shaw, 
John G. Isham, H. Brachman. J. W. Shipley, Secretary; 
T. F. Eckert, President; Rudolph Loheyde, Surveyor. 



Cemeteries, 



Spring Grove, near Cumminsville, six miles from the city, 

C. Davenport, Secretary. Office, Melodeon Building, 

cor. Walnut and Fourth. 
Wesleyan, at Cumminsville. Jozef Freon, Secretary. 

Office, corner 8th and Main. 
Odd Fellows', in Spring Grove. 
St. Peter's, at Lick Run, on Harrison Turnpike, three miles 

north-west of the city. 
St. Joseph's, at AVarsaw, on Clevestown Road, three miles 

west from the city. 
St. Bernard's, Clifton Road, at Howell's Basin, three miles 

from the city. 
St. John's, Vine St. Hill. 
German Protestant, Reading Pike, three and a half miles 

northeast from the city. 
Carthage Road, three and a half miles from the city. 
Walnut Hills. 
Presbyterian, Walnut Hills. 
Methodist Protestant, Walnut Hills. 
Radical, Reading Pike, two miles from the city. 



Jews, head of Tine Street Hill, Cumminsville Road. 
Cheviot, Cheviot Road, seven miles from the city. 
Ebenezer, Cheviot, Koad, two miles from the city. 
West Fork, Friends', near Cumminsville. 
Mason's, in Spring Grove. 



Justices of the Peace. 



Ferdinand K. Martin, Term expires Dec. 18fi2 

F.H. Rowekamp, " " 1802 

C. F. Hanselman, " April, 1860 

David Fisher, " Oct. 1863 

Nathan Marchant, " Nov. 1863 

H.N.Clark, " Oct. 1863 

Benjamin C. True, " *' 1863 

L.A.Harris " April, 1861 

J. R. Baldridge, •' " 1861 

Wm. Chidsey, " July, 1861 



County Officers, 



PROBATE JUDGE. 
Alexander Paddack Term expires Fel). 1864 

CLERK OF THE COURTS. 
Chas. E. Cist, Term expires Feb. 1864 

SHERIFF. 
John B. Armstrong, Term expires Jan. 1863 

AUDITOR. 
Wm. P.Ward, Term expires March, 1863 

TREASURER. 

E. D. Cruikshank, Term expires Sep. 1862 

RECORDER. 
Henry Ives, Term expires Jan. 1862 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. 
Theopbilus Gaines Term expires Jan, 1863 

SURVEYOR. 
Joseph W. Gilbert, Term expires Oct. 1862 

CORONER. 

F. L. Emmerth, Term expires Jan. 1863 

COMMISSIONERS. 

Leonard Swartz, Term expires Oct. 1863 

John N. t;idgeway, " " 1862 

Michael Goepper, " " 1S61 

DIRECTORS COUNTY INFIRMARY. 

Samuel Benn, Term expires Oct. 1862 

John K.Green, '' " 1863 

Daniel W under, " " 1861 

SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES. 

Oliver M. Spencer, Term expires May, 1863 

Geo. Hoadley,jr "■ '• 1804 

Bellamy Storer " " 1862 

COMMON PLEAS JUDGES. 

A. G. W. Carter, Term expires Eeb. 1862 

Isaac C. Collins, " " 1862 

Patrick Mallon " " 1862 



CINCINNATI CITY GUIDE. 



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Foreign Consuls. 



Adae C. T., Office southwest corner of Main and 3d; Con- 
sulate for the Kingdoms of Prussia, R'urtemberg, Bavaria, 
Hanover and Saxoiij-: for the Grand Duchies of Olden- 
burg, Ilesse and Baden; for the Elector.ite of Hesse and 
the Duchy of Nassau; and for the Free City of Franlifort 
on the Main. 

Bggers Augustus, Office 168 Main; Consul of the Duchy of 
Saxe Weimer. 

Meline James F., 17 West Thii-d, Consul of Mecljlenherg 
Schwerin, Holland, Belgium, Hamburg, Lubeck, Sweden, 
and Norway; Vice-Consul of France, Sardinia, Denmarli, 
Schleswig Holstein, and Lauenburg. 



Public Buildings. 



Apollo Building, n.w.c. Walnut and Fifth. 

Art Union, n.w.c. Fourth and Sycamore. 

Bacon's Building, c. Walnut and Sixth. 

Bank Buildings, n.w.c. Main and Third. 

Brachman's Building, s.s. Third b. Main and Walnut. 

Broadwell's Building, n.w.c. Sycamore and Front. 

Boylan's Building, n.s. Fourth, between Walnut and Vine. 

Carlisle Building, s.w.c. Fourth and Walnut. 

Catholic Institute, n.w.c. Vine and Longworth streets. 

Church Buildings, Walnut b. Third and Fourth. 

Cincinnati Observatory, Mt. Adams. 

Commercial Building, n.e.c. Fourth and Race. 

College Hall, Walnut, bet. Fourth and Fifth. 

Court House, Main, opposite Court. 

City Hall, Eighth street, bet. Plum and Central Avenue. 

Court Street Hall, n.s. Court bet. Main and Walnut. 

Clinton Building, n.w.c. Central Avenue and Clinton. 

Columbian Hall, n.e.c. Central Avenue and Court. 

Debolt Building, s.e.c. Court and Main. 

Derby's Building, s.w.c. Third and Walnut. 

Enquirer Building, c. Vine and Burnet. 



Evans' Building, Third, bet. Vine and Walnut. 

Franklin Rooms, s.w.c Longworth and Vine. 

Gazette Buildings, n.e.c. Fourth and Vine. 

Greenwood Hall, in Mechanics' Institute, c. 6th and Vine. 

Jefferson Hall, c. 12th and Main. 

Law Buildings, s.s. Third, bet Main and Sycamore. 

Lectorium Building, 7;i West Third. 

Locke's Buildiag, Walnut, bet. Third and Fourth, John 

Locke, Proprietor. 
Losantiville Hall, Front street, near Deercreek Bridge. 
Magnolia Hall fOdd Fellows), n.w.c. Sixth and Walnut. 
Manchester Buildings, c. Third and Sycamore. 
Masonic Temple, n.e.c. Third and Walnut. 
Melodeon, n.w.c. Fourth and Walnut. 
Mechanic's In.stitute, s.w.c. Vine and Sixth. 
Medical College of Ohio, Sixth, bet. Vine and Race. 
Merchants' Block, Walnut, bet. Third and Fourth. 
Merchants' Exchange, in College Hall. 
Meline's Building, 99 West Third. 
Metropolitan Building, c. Ninth and Walnut. 
National Hall, Vine, bet. Fifth and Sixth. 
National Hall, Vine, bet. Canal and Ninth. 
National Theatre, Sycamore, bet. Third and Fourth. 
Neave's Building, n.w.c. Kace and Fourth, 
Neff's Building, n.e.c Ninth and Elm. 
Odd Fellows' Hall, n.w.c. Walnut and Third. 
Ohio Valley Bank, Third, bet. Walnut and Vine. 
Pike's Opera Hall, s.s. Fourth, bet. Walnut and Vine. 
Queen City Hall. cor. Eighth and Freeman. 
Railroad Buildings, n.w.c. Court and Main. 
Keeder's Building, s.s. Third, bet. Walnut and Vine. 
St. John's Hotel des Invalides, n.w.c. Thin! and Plum. 
Selves' Building, s.s. Third bet. Main and Walnut. 
Short's Building, s.s. Fourth, bet. Main and Sycamore. 
Skaat's Hall, cor. Eighth and Freeman. 
Smith & Nixon's Hall, 24 West Fourth. 
Taylor's Building, s.w.c. Third and Walnut. 
Times Building, n s. Third bet. Walnut and Vine. 
Trust Co. Building, s w.c. Main and Third. 
Turner Hall, near Allison. 

Union Block, n.s. Third, bet. Sycamore and Broadway. 
U. S. Custom House, cor. Fourth and Vine. 
Western Museum, e.s. Sycamore bet. Third and Fourth. 
William Penn Hall, n.e.c. Eighth and Central Avenue. 
Wood's Theatre, s.e.c. Sixth and Vine. 



Young Men's Christian Union, 



Rooms — No. 176 RACE STREET, 

East Side, between Fourth and Fifth Street. 



Open Dailjr, (SabbatKs Excepted) from. S a. ixi. to lO p. rti. 

ROOMS AND LIBRARY FREE TO ALL. 

Bible Class, Sabbath Afternoon at 4^ o'clock ; Prayer Meeting, Saturday Evening at 7| o'clock. 

Regular Monthly Meeting on Third Thursday evening of each month. 

Young Men, Citizens and Strangers are cordially invited to attend the Meetings, and make the 
Eooms a place of resort. 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Latimer, Colbirn & Iipton, 

WHOLESALE 

HARDWARE MERCHANTS, 

No. 55 PEARL STREET, 

Between Walnut and Vine, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



J. F. GODIiD. 



R. J. LATIMER. CHAS. L. COLBBKN. 



JA8. LUPTON. 




S. LEVI & BROTHERS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



FSBE AND GOLOGNS SPIBITS, 

AND DOMESTIC 

wiiN.li & LipjBJ m mmML, 



PEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 



FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 



mm. 



A large stock of Pure Catawba Wine, Old Bourbon and Rye 
Whiskies, always on hand. 



Nos. 221 and 223 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, O, 



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BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

(OVER THE BOOKSTORE OP APPLEGATE & CO.) 

]Vo. 43 M:AI]V STl^EET, l>elo>v Second, CIJVCIIVIV-A.XI. 

Orders left with 3Iessrs. Applegate & Co., will receive prompt attention. 



WILLIAMS' 



CINCINNATI DIRECTORY, 



FOR 1861. 



acct., stands for. .accountant. 

agt agent. 

al alley or allopathic. 

atty attorney. 

av avenue. 

b between. 

bds boards. 

b. h boarding house. 

b. k bookkeeper. 

bk book or brick. 

bar k bar keeper. 

bidg building. 

bldr builder. 

bo botanic. 

corner. 

cab. mkr cabinet maker. 

carp carpenter. 

cig cigar. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

elk. stands for... .clerk.. 

oof. h coffee house. 

com commission. 

con continuation. 

coufec confectioner. 

dray drayman. 

e east. 

ec eclectic. 

ex exchange. 

eng .engineer. 

h house. 

Ham. road Hamilton road. 

ho homceopalhic. 

lab laborer. 

— fac \z^^r 

mach machinist. 

mer merchant. 



mkr. stands for maker. 

W Miami. 

n .north. 

nr near. 

not notary public. 

opp opposite. 

ov over. 

prov, provision. 

r. r railroad. 

res residence. 

ret, retail. 

s south. 

tp township. 

a upper. 

w west. 

wh wholesale. 

W. W White Water. 

wks works. 



(ABE) 



(ACH) 



(ACO) 



Aaron James, mach., wks. 30 Butler 
Aarons W. C, traveling agt., bds. 283 

George 
Abarla Phillip, cof. h.. 674 E. Front 
Abba John, cooper, 139 Wurte 
Abbey T., moulder, 3-23 Clark 
Abbott Carver M., b.k., 95 Walnut, res. 

Newport 
Abbott Iliram, butcher, 179 W. Court, h. 

201 Findlay 
Abbott Isaac, carp., bds. n.w.c. Law- 
rence and Giffin 
Abbott James, painter, rear 67 W. Court, 

W. of Central av 
Abbott Kate, laundress, 704 Front 
Abbott Richard H., painter, bds. 65 

W. 5th 
Abbott Thomas, ccoper, 37 Vine 
Abbott ^Vm , cooper, 259 Cutter 
Abbott Wm., painter, 597 Central av 
Abbott Wm. G., printer, bds. 125 W. 5th 
Abby Hals, lab. 501 E. Front 
Abby Miss Barbara, seamstress, 501 E. 

Front 
Abby Benton, moulder, s.s. Clark below 

Freeman 
Abby Frank, moulder, 501 E. Front 
Abby Joseph, engineer, 301 E. Front 
Abby Mrs. Rossanna, 501 E. Front 
Abel Mrs. Catharine, 100 Findlay 
ABKL F. (F. A. & Co.) 45S W. 3d 

ABEL F. & CO.. (F. A. & H. H.ik- 
man,) Coal Dealers, w.s. Park b. 
2d and Canal 
Abel George, clothing. 959 Central av 
Abel Henry, grocer, VT. Cth b Harriet 

and Home 
Abel John, barbpr,68 Findlay 
Abel K., brewer, wks 721 Elm 
Abel Michaol, cutter. 120 Main, h. 13 

W. 6th 

Abeling Frank, boots and shoes, se.c. 
Water and Walnut, h. IG Cberry al 
Abell M., cutter, bds. 346 Main 
Abell Wm. J., bk. finisher, 337 W. 6th 



ABER JACOB S., (Wm. H. Comstock 

& Co.) h. Lynn, Mass 
Abergrast Frances, servant, W. 6th b. 

Harriet and llorne 
Abernethy Robert P., mach., 192 Smith 
Abernethy Wm., (Behrens & A.) 107 

W. .5 th 
Abernethy Wm. J., elk., s.w.c 2d and 

Broadway, h.431 W. 4th 
Abink Harney, shoe mkr., wks. at A. 

Kleintank's 
Abkaer M.. cooper, wks. 543 W. 3d 
Able Caroline, Congress Exchange 
Able John, tailor, s.s. Harrison av. nr. 

Brighton 
Able T., chambermaid, Broadway Hotel 
Abler Christian, moulder, 195 Freeman 
Ablett Isaac. c;irp., w. bth b. Skaats al. 

and Harriet 
Abling Frank, shoe mkr., 18 Commerce 
Abliug Hy., shoe mkr., rear of 25 Com- 
merce 
Abraham Abram, elk., Co. Auditor, h n. 

e.c Park and Avery 
Abraham David, peddler, 326 Elm 

ABRAHAM JOSEPH, Attorney at 
L^w, Masonic Temple, n.e c. 3d 
andWalnut, h. 145 Smith 

Abraham Lewis, b.k., 56and58Main, h. 
311 W Uth 

Abraham Solomon, salesman, 187 Wal- 
nut, bds, Gibson Hduse 

Abrams Lizzie, widow, 69 W. 9th 

Abresz John, lab., 7b Mohawk 

Absprung Hy., lab., 54 York 

Abus Margaret, laundress, 194 Cutter 

Acbah August, basket mkr., w-s. Wes- 
tern Avenue b. Bank and Harrison 
Avenue 

Acbah Charles, basket mkr., 59 Harrison 
Avenue 

Accles Ja3.,lab.,19W. 5th 

Acke John, watchman, Canal b. 6th 
and 8th 

Achew Hy..cook, 214 Walnut 



Aching Frances, candle mkr , York b. 

John and Linn 
Aching Michael, York b. John and Linn 
Achinger John G., lab., bds. 1234 E. 

Front 
Achison Jas., candle mkr., 50 Betts 
Achy Emanuel, chemical wks., 62 Bank 
Ackard Mrs. Barbara, 98 Butler 
Acker Emil, mach., 476 Kace 

ACKERLAND ABRHAHAM, 
Wholesale Clothier, 66 W. Pearl, 
h 242 W. 4th 
Ackerman A., varnisher, wks. 41 Park 
AckermanC, barber, 5 E. 4th 
Ackermann Frederick, bar kpr., 91 Syc- 
amore 
Ackermann Geo., elk., 34 W. Court 
Ackermann Gottlieb, 163 Clay 
Ackermann John, cigar mkr., llo Clay 
Ackermann John, cigar mkr., 438 Main 
Ackermann S., cigar manuf., 122 Spring 
Ackermann Samuel, cigar mkr., 122 

Spring 
Ackermann Theodore, 33 Rittenhouse 
Ackermyer John, porter, 77 and 79 Wal- 
nut, h. 92 Findlay 
Ackerson Wm. T.,painterfcbds 73 E. 5th 
Ackerstoff John, carp., HT)rchard 
Ackhoff Henry, driver, 61 Kossuth 
Ackley A., horse trader, 3U4 W. Court 

w. of Central ay. 
Ackley Wm. E., at n.w.c. 3d and Syca- 
more, res. Newport 
Ackva Wm., prop. Moor's Garden, n.w. 

c. Main and Liljerty 
ACMAL RBV. FRANCIS. S. J., St. 
Xavier's Church, Sycamore b. 6th 
and 7th 
Aeons Mrs. Margaret M., laundress, 23 

Schiller 
Aeons Wm., sadditr, 29 Schiller 
Acor Mrs. Elizabeth, bds. 40 W. 6th 
Acorn Miss Barbara, tailorcss, York b. 
Linn and Central*av., wKs. 451 
Linn 



34 



CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. 0. PRATHER, 



J. O. PRATHER & CO., 



J. p. PRATHEK. 



FOR THE SALE OF 



LEAF TOBACCO, FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE GENERALLY, 
NO. 22 BROADWAY, CINCINNATI, 0, 



N. D, ELLIOT. 



F. M. VIXSOX. 



■W. II. CROPPER. 



0. PRATHER. 



ELLIOTT, VINSON & CO. 

.COMMISSION, FORWAROING AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 

Elliott's Block, Promenade Street, foot of Jefferson, Memphis, Tenn. 

J^^ All business intrusted to the above houses promptly attended to. 



Qaeineati 



micai ibafe 



1 



tf unction of Congress and Wront /Streets, 

EUGENE GRASSELLI, PROPRIETOR, 



MANUFACTURES 

purp: hydriodate of potash, 

copperas, 

sulphuric ether, 

nitrous ether, 

acetic ether, 

aqua ammonia, 

AROMATIC MUSTARD, &c., &c. 



OIL VITRIOL, 

PURE VITRIOL, 

CANNEL COAL ILLUMINATING OIL, 

CANNEL COAL LUBRICATING OIL, 

PARA FINE, PURE NITRIC ACID, 

AQUA FORTIS, 

MURIATIC ACID, 

SOUTH-WEST CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, CINCINNATI, 0, 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 




N. PATTERSOl^ & CO., 

MIAMI FOUNDRY STORE, 
No. 26 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Manufacturers of the Southern Planter, Emperor, Prin- 
cess, Arkansas, Californian, Kentuckian, and Salatnaniler 
( OOK STOVES, Miami, Beauty, Oval, Six, Seven and Ten 
Plate Stoves ; Gr,ates, Sad Irons, Wa^on Boxes, Tu Irons, 
Dog Irons, Mould Boards, and all descriptions of Stoves, 
[lollow-Ware and Castings. Wholesale Dealers in Bar, 
Round, Square "and Hoop Iron, Grind Stones, Charcoal 
Furnaces, Cranks, Rollers, &c , &c. 



R. BARTLETT & CO. 

(Successors to B. Bartlett & Co.) 



LND DEALERS IN 



Oil, Turpentine, Alcoliol, Caniphene, 

LAMPS, (Coal Oil and Fluid,) VARNISHES 

White £eab,fota6{i,E(Mc,&c. 

Also, Agents for the Sale of Coal Oil, 

No. 28 WEST FRONT ST., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



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85 



Acre Geo., moulder, bds. n.w.c. 5th and 

Smith 
ACTON CLEMENT J., (A. & Wood- 

nutt.) h. 3-12 W.7th' 

ACTON & WOODNUTT, (Clement J. 
Acton & Thos. Woorlnutt,) Whole- 
sale Dry Goods, 1(13 W. Pearl 
Ada Mrs.,s.w c. Baymiller & Central av 

A DAE C. F. & Co., (Cai-l F. A. & 
Adolphus Seinecke.) German Sa- 
ving's Institution, s.w.c. 3d and 
Main 
ADAE CARL F. (C. F. A. & Co.) h. 

Aflae's Woods, Cumminsville 
Adar Anthony, huckster. 337 Walnut 
Adam Andrew, carp., 52.Mi]ton 
Adam John, shoe mkr., 29 Abigail 
Adam John, tailor, 61 Clay 
Adam John A., shoe mkr., 29 Abigail 
Adam Michael, machine hand, 11 Wade 
Adam Wm., carriage mkr., wks. 121 E. 

2d, h. Covington 
Adam Wm., tailor, w.s. Vineb. Milk and 

Calhoun 
Adams A. L.,bds. Bevis House 
Adams A. T., b.k., Queen City Varnish 

Co., 43 Vine, h. Covington 
Adams Alexander, bar k., s.s. New b. 

North and Broadway 
Adams Alfred,(Jewett & A.) h. Cleve- 
land 
Adams Alonzo, chair mkr., 199 Everett 
ADAMS C. C, ticket agt., Marietta &. 

Cin. R. R. office, n.e.c. Broadway 

and Front 
Adams Catharine, 405 George 
Adams Chas.F., printer. 159 Geor?e 
ADAMS CHRISTOPHER T., (Howell 

Gano & Co.) 254 Longworth 
Adams Daniel I., foreman, Morgan's 

Stereotype Foundry, bds. 70 Laurel 
Adams David, waiter, Broadway Hotel 

ADAMS & DODDRIDGE. (W. A. A. 
& C. E. D.) Attorneys at Law, 
office 4 and 5 Short's Bldg., cor. 
4th and Hammond 
Adams Miss Eliza, tailoress, Plum b. 

Court and Canal 
Adams Mrs. Klizabeth, bds. 64 Pike 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO., 
Alfred Gaither, Supt., 
56E.3d 
ADAMS FEDERAL C, (A. Peckover 

& Co.) h. Covington 
Adams Geo., moulder, 61 Oliver 
Adams Gotfried, shoe mkr., s.w.c. Bre- 
men and 14th 
Adams Hy., cutter, 53 "W. 4th, h. New- 
port 
Adams J., wks. 48 W. Front 
Adams James A., finisher, 492 W. 5th 
Adams Jas. W., waiter, 13 Stone 
Adams John, 13 Race 
Adams John, bar k., 418 Main 
Adams John, bar k., s.s. Mulberry nr. 

Vine 
Adams John, joiner, River b. Reed and 

Milton 
Adams John, paper box mkr., 63 Buck- 

ADAMS JOHN E., 
Merchant Tailor, 
7G6 Central Avenue 
Adams JohnN., carp.. 5.'1 W. 3d 
Adams John T., broom mkr., wks. 21 

AValnut 
Adams Jos., engineer, s.w c. 9th and 

Mound 
Adams Jos. S., salesman, 97 W. 3d, h. 

250 Longworth 
Adams Mrs. Julia, s.s. 3d b. Kilgour and 

M. Canal 
Adams Mrs. L., s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Adams Mrs. Lydia Ann. nurse. 443 John 
Adams Lydia Ann,nurse,bds. I7P Mound 
Adams Mrs. Nancy, 50 Richmond 

ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO., (Fed- 
eral C. A. .J OS. P. &J M. Brown.) 
Novelty Iron Works, Stove Foun- 
ders and Ornamental Pattern Ma- 
kers, s.w c. Central A v. and Front, 
store, 181 and 183 W. 5th 
Adams Robert F., (Mathers A. & Co ) 14 

Stone 
Adams S., salesman, s.w.c. Central av. 
and Front 



Adams Solomon, dining saloon, base- 
ment, 94 Broadway 

Adams Solomon, barber shop, 94 Broad- 
way 

Adams Solomon, (Hughes, A. & Co.) 250 
Longworth 

Adams Sylve3ter,huckster, 18 Commerce 

Adams Terry, packer, 11 W. 5th 

Adams Valentine, moulder, wks. 177 W 
2d. h. 3 Corwine 

Adams Wm., bannister mkr., 279 W. 
Court w. of Central Avenue 

Adams Wm., bedstead manuf., n.a. Lau- 
rel nr. John, h. 279 W. Court 

Adams Wm., driver. Engine House, 30 
Bank 

ADAMS Wm. A., (A. & Doddridge,) 117 
Broadway 

Adams Wm. II., conductor street R. R., 
492 W. -5th 

Adams Wm. Q,. elk., at A. Buchanan's, 
res. Covington 

Adamson R., finisher, wks. Greenwoods 
Foundry 

Adamson Robert, teamster, 108 Water 

Adar Anthony, huckster, 337 "Walnut 

Adder Wm.. lab-, rear 169 Webb 

Adderley P., cab. mkr., wks. 41 Park 

Adderlev Mrs. Sarah, 26 Belts 

ADDKRLEY WM. H., 
Druggist and Apothecary, 
n.e.c. 6th and Mound 
Addilyorth H., bds. Broadway Exchange 
Addis Thos. L., varnisher, s.s. Richmond 
b. Freeman andCarr 

ADDIS WM , 
Masonic Clothing, 
48 W.eth.resCountiy 
ADDY MATTHEW, (Robert Moore & 

Co.) bds. Spencer House 
Adel Jos., dray., 591 Walnut 
Adelsdorfer Sigmund, b.k., 74 Main, h 

224 Walnut 
Adelsdorfer T. H., b.k., bds. 15 and 17 

Lodge 
Adelsdorfer Theodore, b. k., 84 W. 

Pearl, h. 1 17 W. 8th 
Ader Anthony, peddler, 128 Clay 
Ader Jacob, grocer. J29 Clay 
Aders Francis, peddler, 126 Clay 
Adkins Emory, cai-p.. Front b. Waldon 

and Broad 
Adkins John, copper smith, bds. 148 

George 
Adkins Levi, b.k., bds. 1222 E. Front 
Adkins Silas, elk., 1222 E. Front 
Adler B., peddler, s.w.c. 7th and Walnut 
Adler D.. 195 Elm 
Adler M., loan office, 195 Elm 
Adiersberg Adolph G.. surveyor and 

engineer, 1 Mary 
Adleta Martin, cof. h.,580 Central av 
Adolf John, lab., 511 Plum 
Adolph Geo., finisher, lOU Court 
Adolphe Augustus, waiter, 299 Main 
Adolphi Frederick, bar k.,218 Vine 
Adrian Wm., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Adring Caspar, riverman, 48 E. Front 
Aeck Frank, cab. mkr., wks. 196 W. 

Pearl 
Aeck Frederick, cab. mkr., wks. 1D6 W. 

Pearl 
Aegealob Edwin, moulder, 187 Ham. 

Road 
Aeles Herman, tailor, 401 Sycamore 
Aelken Ignatz, grocer, 34 Abignil 
Aenshing-Anilrew. tailor, 29 Elder 
Aer Martin, lab., 540 Plum 
Aernoet John, Browne w. of Centra! av 
Aesela Patronilla. seamstres>s, Fulton 

b. Greens al. and Lewis 

AETNA INSURANCE CO., 
Jos. B. Bennett, 
General Agent, 171 Vine 
Aezhihorn John, carp.. 127 York 
Afebeck Ferdinand, 13 Woodward 
Aferlin Frederick, lab., Martin b. Front 

and High 
Aferweiser Frederick, lab., 72 Abigail 
Afirs Anna, widow, 145 Linn 
Afterhan Rudolf, lab., 105 Hunt 
Aftermyer August, salesman, 226 Linn 
Agan Constantine, dray., wks. s.e.c.Sd 

and Lock 
Agan Mary, 115 W. 7th 



Agathon P., cab. mkr., 90 Melancthon 

Agen Geo., lab.. Deer Creek Road 

Agen Jane, widow, 52 Vine 

Agen John, lab., rear of 213 Water 

Agen Owen, lab., 447 W. 2d 

Agle Herman, lab. Belts nr. Linn 

Agleman John, porter. 20 B. 2d, h.J48 

Buckeye 
Agnew James, bk. stand, 261 W. 5th 
Agnew James, tanner, n.s. Front b. 

Lewis and Vance 
Agniel Camille, 78 Richmond 
Aherding Wm.,horseshoer, 717 Freeman 
Aheren Owen, contractor, 31 W.9th w. of 

Central av 
Ahlbourn W., shoemkr., 499 J'ohh ' 
Ahlbourn Wm. jr.. wks.'«l99 John 
Ahlenstorf Hy. C, shoemkr., 524 Main 
Abler Mary, 771 Vine 
Ahlering Bernard, moulder, bds. 24 13th 
Ahlering Herman H , (J. B. Brummer 

& Co.) 130 E. 4th .V 

AHLERING JOHN F., 
Jlerthant Tailor, .39 Broadway, * 
h. 135E.3d 
Ahlers Chas. cof. h., 69 W. Court 
Ahlers Chris. F., porter, n.e.c. Walnut 
and 2d, h.25 K. Liberty 

AHLER^ CONRAD, 
Grocer, 
25 E. Liberty 
Ahlers Frederick, elk., 679 Vine 
Ahlers Fred. H., grocery and cof. h.,771 

Vine 
Ahlers Hy., b.k., 33 W. Court, h. 466 

Vine 
Ahlers Hy., lab., 466 Vine 
Ahlers Herman, tailor, 416 Sycamore 
Ahlers John, grocer, 679 Vine 
Ahlers John II., boots and shoes, 404 

Sycamore 
Ahlfeld H. W., cigar mkr., 24 15th 
Aim Louis, cigar mkr., 100 E. Liberty 
Ahr Conrad, paper hanger, 648 Cen- 
tral av 
AHRENFELDT CH.^S., (F Schultze 

& Co.) res. Paris. France 
Ahrens August, lab., 64 Hughes 
Ahrens Bernard, tailor, s.e.c. Walnut 

and Ham. Road 
Ahrens Christopher, finisher, h. 125 

W.2d 
Ahrens David, stonemason, wks. s.e.c. 

3d and Lock 
Ahrens Frederick, cai-p., bds. 13 Mary 
Ahrens Frederick J., cigar box manuf., 

598 Main 
Ahrens Geo., tailor, 9 Moore 
Ahrens Herman, grocer, 230 Sycamore 
Ahrens Hei-man, jr., varnisher, s.e.c. 

Walnut and Ham. Road 
Ahrens Herman, Sr., tailor, s.e.c. Wal- 
nut and Ham. Road 
Ahrens John G., stone yard, 341 

Broadway, h. 422 Sycamore 
Ahrens Lizzie, s.e.c. Walnut and Ham. 

Road 
Ahrens Wm., cab. mkr., 24 Mulberry 
Ahrens Wm., porter, s.e.c. Main and 2d, 

h. 14 Mulberry 
Ahusar Hy., elk., s.s. Harrison av. nr. 

Division 
Aick Catharine, waiter, 124 W. 3d 
Aick Fred., cab. mkr.. 124 W. 3d, up 

stairs 
Aigen Constein, lab., 201 W. Courtw.of 

Central av 
Aiken Charles, music teacher, 152 E. 

Liberty 
Aiken Elizabeth, rear 297 John 
Aiken G. V. S., elk., 23 Walnut, h. 116 

W. 7th 
Aiken Samuel, c. of Weeks and Front 
Aikenhead Alexander, painter, bds. 441 

W. 2d 
Aikenhead Alexander, lab., wks. Gas 

Works 
Aikman Jas., dray., 59 Butler 
Ailer J., gardner. s.s. Kenner b. Garrard 

and Mill Creek 

Ailford . rear of 140 W. 5th 

Aimable Jacques, n.ach., wks. 247 W. 

5th, h. 170 Hopkins 
Ain C, elk., L. M. R. R 
Ainsworth Timothy, stone cutter, 59 Ob- 
servatory Road 



36 CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. M. BISHOP. G. W. BISHOP. WM. T. BISHOP. 

(FORMERLY BISHOP, WELLS & CO.) 

iiiiM mtm, \mmm tie mmm 

MERCH^IsTTS, 
DEALERS IN HEIF, 6BASS SEEDS & PEODUOE &SKERALLY, 

]Vo. 3G 3IJLI1V STREET, l>et. Front and Second, 

CINCINNATI, O. 



JACOB TRABER, JR. -WJI. AUBERY. 

TR^BER & _A.UBERY, 

®fjflltsale ^.voters, Ccntiiussioii gltrc|ants, 

AND 

No. 7 Public Landing, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

B^^-Agents for the sale of Fairbank's Scales, and Coal Grove Fire Brick and Clay. 



K. LLOYD, G. M. HIGH. 

X». jSLl>a-X>rtES"W cfc C30. S 



lntitittfeitoE ^ Siirfiiiip§iii|] Hipclnnfe 



-DEALERS IN- 



ELOTJR, WHISKY, HOGS, &C. 
Corner Front and Kilgoiir Sts., opposite the Little Miami R. R, Depot, 

^S CINCINNATI, O. 1^3 



Frodace ^ CoMiiigeioii Hercliaiit, 

DEALER IN 

FMS, ESill, Fil BIM, Ui, fSMY. Iim, i?S, MP. 

TOBACCO, &C. 

No. 51 FRONT STREET, BETWEEN WALNUT AND VINE, CINCINNATI, 0. 

Special attention given to filling orders for Produce and Merchandise. Liberal advances 
made on Consignments. 



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CINCINNATI 



(ALF) 



DIRECTORY. 



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37 



Ainwright Ellen, servt., 178 Kichmond 
Aitcheson Robert, porter. Am. Ex. Co. , 

bds c. Congress and Ludlow 
Aitkamp Bernard, tailor. ]05 Woodward 
Aitken I bos., wks. A. Fuller & Co.'s,h. 

Newport 
Aitken George, cab. nikr. 5 Au.susta 
Akener Andrew, cooper. .5!) Providence 
Akerman John, finisher, 20 Commerce 
AUle Wm., carp., 554 W. Sth 
Alhecker Jacob, lab., ]','54 E. Front 
Albeers Fred. 9 and 11 E. Canal, h. 113 

Clay 
Alber Frederick, lab.. Freeman b. Bank 

and Dayton 
Alberd Grover, cooper, bds. 253 Broad- 
way 
Alberger Ellen, 134 Butler 
Albers Andrew J., elk., n.w.c. 4th and 

Race 
Albers Clemens, chair mkr.,604 Race 
Albers E. W., carver, wks. 277 Main 
Albers Hv-, salesman, 1 13 Clay 

ALBEUS J. JUSTUS, 
Designer and Carver, 
SfW. 6th 
Albers John C, lab. 32 Jackson 
Albers Jos., tailor, Stone b. Longworth 

and 3th 
Albers Mi.:hael, shoe mkr. 31 Green 
Albershart Hy., shoemkr., 282 Main, h. 

220 Walnut 
Albert Adam, pilot, 724 E. Front 
Albert Charles, cab. mkr., wks. Cabinet 

Makers Union 
Albert Charles, cab. mkr., 152 Clark 
Albert Gerard H., stone mason, 52 Web- 
ster 
Albert Hy., varnisher, 48 Pleasant 
Albert Jacob, (J. Gominger & Co.) 149 

E.3d 
Albert Jacob C, yawl bldr., 149 E. 3d e. 

of Lock 
Albert Jol]n,cooper, s.s. Findlay b. John 

and Central av 
Albert Lewis, elk., s.w.c. 3d and Walnut, 

h. 9th nr. Race 
Albert Louis, cof. h., 554 Walnut 
Albert Martin, brewer, CO Riddle 
Albert Matthew, ci^'armkr., 193 Pleasant 
AlbertMichael, huckster, 817 Central av 
Albert Paul, elk., 3i9 Central av., h. 

57 E. 3d 
Albert Wni. II., messenger, 13 W. 3d, h. 

48 Pleasant 
Albert Wm. & John, marble yard, 88 

13th 
Alberton Jos., rear 173 E. Front 
Alberts John, lab., 35 E. 3d E. of Lock 
Alberts John II., blk. smith, 20 Han- 
nibal 
Albertson E. T., jeweler, c. 4th and 

Walnut 
Alblaus H., hinge fitter, wks. Green 

wood's Foundry 
Alhray Melvin S., elk, 7 W. 2d h. Wal 

nut Hills 
Albrecht Adolph. cab. mkr., wks. n.w.c 

Elra and Pearl, h. Covingtcin 
Albrecht Christian, varnisher, 107 Ham, 

Road 
Albrecht Frank C, (Moore & A.) h, 

Covington 
Albrecht Gotlieb W., box mkr., c. Bre 

men and 14th 
Albrecht Wni,, trunkmkr., 4 E. 2d 
Albreck Frederick, barber, 041 Cen 

Albright Jos.. printer, bds. 24 E. Front 

Albrinck F. C, agt. Shelby College Lot- 
tery of Ky., office Covington, h. 133 
Bank 

Albring Wm.. moulder, wks. at Green 
wood's Foundry 

AlbroKdwin D.. salesman, 195 W. Pearl 

ALBRO HENRY, Mahogany Saw 
Mill and Bedstead Factory, 196 
W. Pearl, h. Covington, Ky 
Albus Hy., polisher, 409 Elm 
Alcoke Geo. II.. salesman, 607 W. 6th 
Alcoke Wm. W., teamster, 697 W". 6th 
Alcorn A., bk. folder, wks. 1 11 Main 
Alcorn J. R., seamstress. 197 Plum 
Alcorn Robert, dray., 103 Pendleton 
Alcorn Wm., moulder, 22 E. 8th e. of 
Lock 



ALCORN WM. E., 
Awning and Tent Maker, 
87 Sycamore 
Aldemeier Frederick, shoemkr., 036 Vine 
ALDKN John T., Eagle Match Co., 114 

Hopkins 
Aldenbergh Wolf, 81 Providence 
Alderberclier Jos., carp,, lit7 Baymiller 
AldingerC. A., primer, 32 W. 6th, bds. 

s.e.c. Walnut and Allison 
Aldinger Rudolph, barber. 235 W. 5th 
Aldman T., lab., 50 Melancthon 
Aldrich Annie, teacher, bds. 249 W. 

Court 
ALDRICH Edwin R., (Thayer & A.) 

h. New York City 
Aldrich M. H., elk.. 329 Central av 
Aldrich Moses D.,clk., 28 W. Front 



AlfersB. H., (A.k Nilling,) h. s.w.c. 

12th and Vine 
Alfers Jos., varnisher. 15 Park 
Alters & Nilling, ^B. 11. A. & John N.) 

feed store, s.w.c. 12th and Vine 
Alfink Wm.. bds. 106 W. 8th 
Alfisi Andrea C, prof, of music, 334 

George 
Alford Nancy, bds. 262 W 7th 
Alford Peyton, carp.. 1211 E. Front 
AlftenhyteR , lah., 301 Linn 
Algie Wm. S., auctioneer. 154 Main 
Algoe M. T., millinery, 234 5th n.w.c. 

Plum.h. 162 Plum 
Alhambra House, B. H. Trame, c. River 

and Main 
Alick Adam. cook. Gait House 
Atigham Richard, dray., 136 W.iter 



, 2d h.ind store, 1026 Cen- 



AUan Kate, servant, 428 George 

ALLAN Sc KLISTKR, (Peter A. & 
Herman K) Fashionable Boot and 
Shoe Makers, 147 Main 

ALLAN Peter, (A. &. Klister,) bds. 52 
W. 9th 

Allan Wm. 
tralav 

Allberdink Hermon, dray., 26 Race 

Allehart Louis, shoemkr., 67 Peete 

AUemong Andrew W., salesman, 90 
Main. bds. 164 Elra 

Allen A. H.,255 Walnut 

Allen A. J., 104 W. 5th 

ALLEN Alfred F., (A. & Co.) res. Cov- 
ington 

Allen Ann H., 305 Central av. 

ALLEN C. & W. H., (Caleb & Wm. 
H.) Watches. Jewelry, Fancy 
Goods, &c., 117 Main. 
ALLEN Caleb, (C & W. H. A.) 255 

Walnut 
Allen Chas., tinner, wka. 13 W. 5th 
Allen Chas., stove trimmer, bds 29 W. 



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Aldrich Otis, agt., Kerosene Oil Co., 28 Alkair Sophaier. cooper, 104 Western av 
W. Front ! Alkmyer Hy., tailor, rear 83 W. Front 

Aldrich W. L., Justice of the Peace, of- 
fice, 78 W. 3d, h. 249 W. Court w. 
of Central av 

Aldiich W. Fred., b.k., 23 W. 3d, h. 
5528th 

A Idridge John, boiler, wks. 413 W. Front 

Akicroft Isabelle, seamstress, 102 W. 5th 

Ale Wm., tailor, 191 Linn 

Aleck Jos., porter, Spencer House 

Alenspaker John, lithographer,2 Burnet, 
75 W. 3d 

Ale.xander A., elk., bds. 177 Sycamore 

Alexander A., laundry, 218 Sycamore, h. 
171 Sycamore 

Alexander Amos, bds. 177 Sycamore 

Alexander Amos, dentist, wks. 95 W. 7th 

ALEXANDER, BRENNAN & CO., 
(Kohert A., James f. B. & Daniel 
O'Brien,) Wholesale Dealers in 
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, 129 
Mnin 
Alexander C, butcher, stallNo. 22 Court 
St Market 

ALEXANDER C. 
(A. Taibott & Co.) 
h. Paris. Ky. 
AlexanderH ., butcher, 108 Poplar 
Alexander Hv., (Rowell & A.J Syca- 
more nr. 5th 
Alexander Hugh, salesman, 129 Main, 

bds. Henry House 
Alexander James, bds. 84 E. 5th 
Alexander John, bds. 84 K 5th 
Alexander John, rear 392 W. 3d 
Alexander John, express, 278 W. 8th 
Alexander John, phys., s.w.c. 6th and 

Broadway 
Alexander Jos., bds. 84 E. 5th 
Alexander Lewis, shoe store, 397 Race 
Alexander Louis, salesman, 20 W. Pearl. 

h. 397 Race 
Alexander Mary, laundress, 88 Freeman 
Alexander Mary Jane, laundress, 57 

New 
ALEXANDER Robert, (A., Brennan & 

Co.) bds. Burnet House 
Alexander S., druggist and apothecary, 

s.w.c. Baymiller and Central av 

ALEXANDER, TALBOTT &. CO , 
(Charlton A., Wm. T. & F. A. 
Blackburn,) Wholesale Grocers & 
Commission Merchants, 55 W. 2d 

Alexandi-r Wm., carp., e.s. 6th E. of 
Baum 

Alexander Wm., Sixth St. Hill e. of 
Baum 

Alexander Wm., carp., Allen al. b. 6th 
and 7th 

Alexander Wm., carp., 45 Cutter 

Alexander Wm. R., contractor, 15 Wal- 
nut, h. 45 Cutter 

Alves John, elk., bds. 177 Sycamore 

Alf Bernard, shoemkr., 822 E. front e. 
of Lock 

Alf Geo., lab., 15 Jeflferson 

Alf Henry, carriage trimmer, 187 Hop- 
kins 

Alf Herman, varnisher, bds. c. Syca- 
more and Webster 

Alf John D., shoemkr., 822 B. Front e. 
of Lock 

Alf Mary, grocer, 9 Woodward 

Alf Michael, baker, wks. 00 E. Front 

Alfabeck Wm., lab., 92 Woodward 

AlfarsHy..wks. 4li E. 3d 

Alfeiding Geo., carp ,15 Providence 



Allen Christian, finisher, wks 141 W. 

Second 
Allen Christopher, finisher, 181 Hop- 
kins 

LLEN & CO , (Samuel B. A., Chas. 
"". Allen & Alfred F. Allen,) whole- 
sale Druggists, s.w.c. 5th and M;iin 

Allen Cornelia, teacher at 3d District, 

452 i»th 
A lien David, .343 W. 6th 
Allen David B. receiver City Passenger R. 
R. Co., h. n.e.c. Baymiller and Fin- 
dlay 
Allen David P. plasterer. 310 George 
Allen Edward, lab.. 65 E. 8th e of Lock 
Allen Elizabeth, 278 Cutter 
Allen Fred, photographist, 77 Smith 
Allen Geo. iron turner, wks 75 E. Front 
Allen Geo. printer, bds 177 Sycamore 
Allen Geo. C printer, bds. 177 Sycamore 
Allen H. wks 69 E. Front 
Allen Hamilton, dray, 13 David 
Allen Henry, finisher, bds. 32 E. Front 
Allen Henry, hostler, A. Cutter's 
Allen Irvin, lab. Webb al. nr. Wood 

ALLEN ISAAC J. 
Supt. Public Schools, 
h. 87 W. 9th 
Allen Jas. elk., 02 E. 3d 
Allen J.as.,454 E Front 
Allen Jas.. fam. grocery, 371 W. 2d 
Allen Jas. T. b.k., s.w.c. 3d and Main, 

h. Covington 
Allen Jane A.. 56 Hopkins 
Allen John, huckster, 171 W. 4th 
Allen John C, carpet weaver, 273 W. 

6th 
ALLEN John H., (A. & 3IiIIer,) 114 

John 
Allen L. E. machinist, 351 John 
Allen L. S. coach painter. 56 Hopkins 
Allen Lewis A. printer. 119 Mound 
Allen Louis, mill stone mkr., 172 W. 

Court w. of Cen*^ral av. 
Allen M. W. ch.iir mkr., 343 W. 6th 
Allen Mary. 275 W. 8th 
Allen ?T.ary, 171 W. 0th 
Allen Margaret, 222 Longworth 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



B. BUCHANAN ^ SON. 

)MM1SSI0N & FORWARDIl 

No. 26 COLUMBIA STREET, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



Agents for the Covington and Cooper Cotton 
Factories, also for the Eagle and Hope Cotton 
Factories of Pittsburg, and for several Furna- 
ces and Forges in Tennessee and Georgia 
FOR THE SALE OP FIG AND BLOOM IRON. 



J. W. GILBERT. 



GILBERT, JONES & OGBOEN, 

GENERAL 

Commission & Forwarding 

595, 597 and 599 FIFTH STREET, 

Oliposlte C. H. & D. R. R. Depot, 

CINCINNATI, O. 



L. WHITEMAN. O. S. WILLIAMS. W. I. WUITEMAN. 

SFBmeEB 41 WHITEMAN, 



mmm^mmE, 



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mmKijJB 1^.., 



Columbia St., bet. Main and Walnut, 
CINCINNATI. O. 



¥M. GLENN & SONS, 

WHOLESALE 






N. E. Cor. Walnut &. Columbia Sts., 



GEO. SHILLITO. GEO. SHILLITO, JR. 

GEO. SHILLITO & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

ADAMANTINE AND STAR 



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pnl mi, itti mi mul Mmii, 

OFFICE, No. 30 SYCAMORE ST. 

ClIV^CmKATI, OHIO. 



FAEHR & BOTTLER, 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In 

Still anb Sparlilin^g Catau?]ba & IsakKa 

Also, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

GERMAN & FRENCH WINES, 

J%^o. 4S8 Jflain /Street, 

CINCINNATI, 0. 

(Successor to Thomas Borrowman & Co.) 



Cor. Seventh and Walnut Streets, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



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Keeps constantly on hand and makes to order, Pumps of 
all kinds, Hydrants, Water Closets, Baths, &c. And is 
prepared to do PLUMBING of every description, on the 
shortest notice, and in the best manner. Sheet Lead and 
Lead Pipe of all sizes, at Wholesale and Retail. 

U^Particular attention given to Country Orders. 

JOSEPH MERNA, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu 

TRUNK MAKERS' MATERIALS, 

HOOP AND SHEET IRON, 

PUMP CHAINS & UTENSILS, 

HARDWARE IN GENERAL, 

Iron and Brass Wire, House-Carpenters, Ma- 
chinists, and Coopers' Tools. Truss Hoops, &c. 
nOUSE-FURNISHUfG GOODS, 

No. 192 Main St., bet. Fourth and Fifth, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



(ALT) CINCINNATI (AME) DIRECTORY (AND) 



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ALLEN & MILLER, (J. 11. A. &. F. 
M.) Paper Hangings, 
28:i Main 
Allen N., phys., 95 W. 7th 
Allen Peter, mer , bds. 52 W. 9th 
Allen Robt., wks. 146 W. 3d 
Allen Robt., dray, 13 David 
Allen Saml., 571 Sycamore 
Allen Saml., dray, for Thompson & 

Taaffe, til Main 
ALLEN Saml. B., (A. & Co.) h. Glen- 
dale 
Allen Sarah, rear 14 Richmond 
ALLEN Thos. 11. C, (J. N. Harris & 

Co.) res. 31t. Auburn 
Allen W. C, cutter, 205 Walnut, h. 319 

W. 3d 
Allen W. H., 174 W. 4th 
Allen Wm., bds. 29 W. 7th 
Alien Wm., cutter, 319 W. 3d 
Allen William, omnibus driver, bds. c. 

Georae and Freeman 
Allen Wni., sawyer, wks. 196 W. Pearl 
Allen Wm. H., baggage master, C, H. 

D. R. R., 149 Carr 
ALLEN Wm. II., (C. & W. H. A.) 174 

W 4th 
Allen Wm. M. savryer, 44 Richmond 
Allenberg Frank, upholsterer, wks. 277 

Main 
Allenpacker John, lithographer, 119 

Walnut 
Aller Jas., lab., 104 Abigail 
AUerding Anton, hod carrier, 6 Buckeye 
AUerton Jas., moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Allerton John, bds Bevis House 
Alles Fred., lab , 25 E. Liberty 
Allet Henry, cap mkr., 25 Jloore 

ALLEYS. R., 
Hats, Caps and Furs, 
41 Bioadway 
Alley S. A., confec, 220 W. 5th 
Allice John, elk., rooms 73 W. Gth 
Allinghouse F. H., elk., 59 E. 3d 
AUis Alonzo, painter, wks. 21 Walnut 
Allison Alex., salesman, 49 Clay 
Allison Amos, printer, 182 Plum 
Allison J. P., phys., 264 W. 7th 
Allison Jas., plumber, wks. 2ii0 Vine 
Allison John S. moulder, bds. 92 Carr 
Allison Robt., moulder, rear 75 Pike 
ALLISON Roljt., Supt. Franklin Type 

Foundry, ItJS Vine, h. 59 W. 7th 
Allison William H. H., carp., wks. e.s. 

Park b. 4th and 5th, h. Ludlow, Ky. 
Allman Jas., eng., 445 W. 4th 
AUmac John, carp., wks. 63 E. 3d, h. 

Walnut Hills 

ALLYiN ROBERT, 
Prest. Wesleyan Female College, 
h.379Jot.u 
Aimer Danl., (John Cobb and Co.) h. 

Newburgh, Ind. 
Almon Edward, lithographer, 119 Wal- 
nut [ty 
Alms Fred., elk., s.w.c. Vine and Liber- 
Alms G. H., furniture store, s.e.c. Race 
and Liberty 

ALMS HENRY, 
Propr. Verandah Restaurant, 
27 & 29 W. 3d 
Alms Henry, jr., elk. ,90 Main, bds. Ve- 
randah 

ALMS H. AUGUST, 
Dry Goods and Millinery, 
s.w.c. Vine and Liberty 
Alms W., elk., 100 W. 5th, h. 115 Lib- 
erty 
Alms Wm., dry goods store, 48 Elder 

ALMY STEPHEN 0., 
Physician, 
J61 W. 4th 
Alpha Henry, 12 Qest 
Alpheus John, lab., 680 Main 
Alridge John, peddler, bds. 464 Front 
Alsbery Stephen, confec, 54 W. Front 
Alsenheimer Adam, cooper, 402 Syca- 
more 
Alsenheimer John, blksmith, 509 Elm 
Alslager Fred., mechanic, 35 Milton 
Alsul Henry, 76 Liberty 
Altavers John, tailor, 181 Hopkins 
Altenau Wm., watchman, 249 Clark 
ALTER Frank, (R. W. Booth & Co.) 
bds. Burnet House 



Althammer Wm., salesman for Bantlin 

&. Compton, h. 85 Bremen 
Althaus Herman, cab. mkr., 16 Com- 
merce 
Althott' Casper, cooper, 22 Orchard 
Althoff Chas. A., cooper, 22 Orchard 
Altman August, porter, 370 W. Liberty 
Aitsfelter Saml., peddler,0 Providence b. 

Oliver and Fiudlay 
Altsmier Geo., wks sugar refinery, h. 146 

Clinton 
Altzwie Herman, tailor, 204 Linn 
Alvers John, reporter. Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Alvert Henry, lab., 49 Pleasant 
Alvis John, blksmith, 20 Hannibal 
Alvray Dominick, cig. mkr., 63 George 
Alwes Henry, (11. & J. A.) 127 W. 2d 
Alwes H. & J., (Henry A. & John A.,) 

mineral water manufs., 127 W. 2d 
Alwes John, (II. & J. A.) 43 Elm 
Ama Wm., bk., Volksfr-eund, h. Dayton 

b. Central av. and Whitmore 
Amann Chas., cab. mkr., bds. 4)2 Vine 
Amann Chas., stove mounter, s.e.c. 12th 

and Vine 
Amaun Anthony, (A. & Bro.) h. New- 
port 
Amann & Bro., (Danl. & Anthony.) ci- 
gars and tobacco, 56 Broadway 
Amann Danl., (A. & Bro.) 56 Broadway 
Amann E., janitor Medical College of 

Ohio, s.s. 6th b. Race and Vine 
Amberg Joshua, clothing, 257 W. 6th 

AMBERG & LINDAUER, (Selig A. 
& David H. L.; Wholesale Boots, 
Shoes and Clothing, 97 W. 3d 
AMBERG Selig, (A. & Lindauer,) 161 

Broadway 
Ambrose Edward, cooper, 43 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 

Ambrose Honora. Fremont below Harriet 
Ambrose John, wks. 16 E. 4ih, h. 28 

Elder 
Ambrose John, lab., rear 63 Mill 
Ambrose Mary, servt., 189 W. 4th 
Ambrose Patrick, grocer, 45 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Amlwler Wm., b k., 140 Walnut, h. 490 

SycamoJe 
AMBURGH Abraham J., (A. & Bros.) 

109 Plum 

AMBURGH & BROTHERS, (H. J. 
A., A. J. A. & Saml. A.) Clothing, 
46 & 48 W. Pearl 
AMBURGH Hezekiah J., (A. & Bros.) 

96 E. rid 
AMBURGH SamL, (A. & Bros.) Col- 
umbus, 0, 
Amenn Benedict, grocer, 47 Dunlap 
Amenskamp C., mer. tailor, 257 Main 
Amer Francis, steward, 301 John 
Amer Reuben, spinner, 46 Baum 

AMERICAN BANK NOTE CO., 
Geo. T. Jones, Supt., 
s.e.c. 4th and Main 

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMIS- 
sioners for Foreign Missions, 
Geo. L. Weed, Secy., 28 W. 4th 
American Christian Review, 41 W. 8th 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 
Frank C lark, Agt., 
.52E.3d ' 

American Hotel, Saml. Kahn, n.e.c. 5th 
and Sycamore 

AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., 
Clason L. Lee, Secy., 
12 Public Landino- 
AMERICAN PATENT CO,, 
John B. Elliott, Supt., 
51 W. 4th 
AMERICAN REFORM TRACT AND 
Book Society, 28 W. 4th, 
Geo. L. Weed. Secy, and Treas. 

AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Union, 41 W. 4th, Geo. Crosby. 
Agt.. Rev. B. W. Chidlaw, Mis- 
sionary Supt. 
AMERICAN TRA€T SOCIETY, 
Seely Wood, Supt., 
163 Walnut 
American Whip Co., 17 E. 3d, E. H. 

Egleston, agt. 
AMERY Wm., CVirtue & Co.) res. New 

York 
Ames Anna, 124 E, 4th 



Ames Fisher W., phys., 2G0 Walnut, h. 

184 Barr 
Amick Alex., cigar mkr.. Van Horn b. 

Cutter and Linn 
Amick Van W., jeweler, bds. 196 W. 5th 

AMIS CHRISTIAN, 
(A. Utz& Co.) Constable, 
1.57 Clay ' 

Amis R. B.. carp., 146 Everett 
Amish Kate, servt., 114 Carr 
Amman Mary, laundress, 403 Sycamore 
AmmannR., .583 Main 
Ammann Philip, brewer, 338 Hamilton 
Road, h. Augusta b. John and Smith 
Ammonds Jupiter B., whitewasher, 6th 

b. Broadway and Culvert 
Amons John J , finisher, h. 128 Walnut 
Amphlett Mary A., phys. and nurse, 114 

Lougworth 
Amrein B S., bakery. 549 Race 
Amschler John, cooper, 175 York 
Amtaur Hy., cof. h., 124 Linn 
Amtaur Hy., jr.. bar k.. 124 Linn 
Anald Joseph, shoemkr, bds. 253 Broad- 
way 
Anawait George B., carp.. bds. 238 Long- 
worth 
Anburry John, shoemkr. bds. 6j W. 5th 
Anchintz Conrad, tailor. 103 Mulberry 
Ancker H. P. salesman, 56 &. 58 Main 
Anckerllart P. conductor street R. R., 

520 W. 5th 
Ancker Jacob, mer. 21 Pine 

ANDERSON ALONZO W. 
AVood Carver, 
142 W. 3d, h. 207 Water 
Anderson Alonzo W., jr., carp . 207 Water 
Anderson B. P., 445 W. 4th 
Anderson Catharine, laundress, Mohawk 

nr. Hamburg 
Anderson Chamberlain, saloon, 73 E.7th 
Anderson Charles, instrument mkr., 67 

W. Gth 
Anderson Charles E., b.k.,51 W. Front, 

h. Storrs tp 
Anderson Chas. R., elk. 83 and 85 Wal- 
nut, h. 213 W. 4th 
Anderson Daniel, waiter, 61 E. 4th 
Anderson David, whitewasher, 259 W. 

5th 
Anderson Edward, shoemkr, 196 W. 7th 
ANDERSON Edwin (A.& Hanuaford) h. 

313 Water 
Anderson Eliza, 104 John 
Anderson F. G. watchmkr., 32 Race 
Anderson Frances, seamstress, 73 3Io- 

hawk 

ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT, 
(Yeatman A., James G. & Wm. L, 
W.) Publishers, Booksellers, Sta- 
tioners, Printers and Blank Book 
Manufs., 112 Main 
Anderson George, 141 E. 3d 
Anderson George, boatman, 73 Mohawk 
Anderson George M., clk„ 27 W. 3d, bds. 

29 W. 7th 
Anderson Grace, seamstress, 149 Cutter 
Anderson H., wks. 69 E. Front 

ANDERSON & HANNAFORD (Edwin 
A, & Samuel H.) Architects, Man- 
chester Bldgs., s.w.c. 3d and Syc- 
amore 
Anderson Hy., boiler mkr., rear 135 W. 

Front 
Anderson Jacob, plasterer, 179 Mound 
Anderson James, agt.. 201 E. Lilierty 
Anderson James, carp.., bds, 322 Central 

Anderson James, carp., 2S9 John 
Anderson James, lab., res. Deer Creek 

road 
Anderson James, locksmith, bds. 109 

W. Court [Main 

Anderson James, shoemkr, room IS, 308 
Anderson James R., salesman, 74 and 

76 W. 4th, h. Covington, Ky 
Anderson John, 413 W. 4th 

ANDERSON JOHN, Carpenter. Buil- 
der and Box Manuf., Bank al. b. 
Blain and Walnut and 3d and 4th 
h. 132 Betts 
Anderson John, lab., 114 Hunt 
Anderson John, shoemkr, room 18, 308 

Main 
Anderson John, shoemkr, Baymillerb. 
Clinton and Betts 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



POLLOCK & McCALL, 

DEALERS IN" 

BOOK M'D SEWS PRimfflU PIPIE. 



ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



DOMESTIC PAPER, STRAW BOARDS, &C. 

No. 232 WALNUT ST., BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH, 



€3-» yjV^, ^S^03LbXj., 



MANUFACTURER OF 



TRUNKS, VALISES, AND CARPET BAGS, 

57 IValmtt, Cor. l%\st Second, and 507 IHimi Street^ 

CINCINNATI, OITIO. 

A NEWLY INVENTED PATE?^T TERRA COTTA BURIAL CASE, 



INVEIf ED B¥ 




BAVIB SHCLL 



This Case is made of material which is everlasting — neither water nor dampness has any effect 
upon it. We warrant them to neither rust nor decay. They are truly the everlasting Burial Case. 
Persons wishing to obtain the right of any State, will call upon 

Kortli-west corner Second and Walnut Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



THEODORE KOYEK. 




JOSEPH SIMONTON. JOHN YOUNG. 



wmw mm 



ROYER, SIMONTON &: CO., 



Manufactiu'c and ketp constantly on band, a large supply of 

SPOKES, HUBS, FELLOES, SHIFTS, BOWS, &C., &C. 

Factory, •l"©*, 340 ^ 375 Third Street, below ISmiih, 
CINCI^8NATI, OHIO. 

Mr. Simonton being a practical Carriage Maker, our customers may depend upon having their 
Orders filled correctly. 



(AND) 



CINCINNATI 



(ANT) 



DIRECTORY. 



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Anderson John R., elk., 103 E. Pearl e. 

of Broadway 
Anderson John W., b.k., 69 W. 5th, h. 
101 John [worth 

Anderson John W., printer, 88 Long- 
Anderson Jos., policeman, c, of Brook- 
lyn and Front [Main 
Anderson Joseph, shoemkr. room Id, 308 
Anderson L. D., elk. at C. Moulton's,h. 

439 W. 5th 
Anderson L. E., elk. n.w.c.Sth and Wal- 
nut, h.20'i Walnut 
ANDERSON LARZ, 
Attornev, 
102 Pike 
Anderson Lavinia, seamstress, e.s. 6th, 

e. of Baura 
Anderson M. A., widow, 191 Poplar 
Anderson M. S., b.k.. n.w c. 3d and Cen- 
tral av,, bds. 104 John 
Anderson Martha, teacher of primary de- 
partment of East Dis. Col. School, 
res. Park b 4th and ."ith 
Anderson Mary, seamstress c. of Brook- 
lyn and Front 
Anderson N. F., 160 Linn 
Anderson V. S., elk., s.e.c. 12h & Cen- 
tral av. bds. 104 John 
Anderson Rachael A,, al. b. Court and 

Canal and Elm and Plum 
Anderson Robert, ajt., 446 John 
Anderson Samuel, blksmith, Fremont nr. 

Carr 
Anderson Samuel, blksmith, nr. W. W. 

Canal below Carr 
Anderson Samuel, carp., SSSW.Vth. h. 

183 Lon^worth 
Anderson Samuel, carp., wks. Park b. 

4th and 5th 
Anderson Silas, porter, 20 Union 
Anderson Sol., riverman. bds. 43 E. 4th 
Anderson Thomas, lab., 395 Race 
Anderson W. P. , civil engineer, 0. & M. 

R. R. 
Anderson Wra., com. mer., 197 W. 3d 
Anderson Wm., salesman, 77 and 79 

Walnut, bds. 59 W. 7th 
Anderson Wm., driver, 16ii Linn 
Anderson Wm.. painter, bds, H'9 W. 5th 
Anderson Wm., whitewasher, w.s. North 

b. New and 6th 
ANDERSON Yeatman (A., Gates & 

Wri^'hi) se.c. bthand Elm 
Andler J. W., mach., bds, 55 Sycamore 
Audlers Wm.. finisher, wks. W. R. Dun- 
lap & Co."s 
Andreas Bernard, brewer, bds. n.e.c. 

Ham. Road and Hambursf 
Andress Aufiustus H., 144 W. 7th 
ANDRESS C.{F. & C. A.) GO W. 4th 
Andress C. 0.. dealer in paper hangings, 
&c., 163 Main, h. 334 W 0th, J. S. 
Weatherby, sen., trustee 
Andress Catharine, tailoress, Providence 

nr. Findlav 
ANDRESS F. (F. & C. A.) 134 W. 7th 

ANDRESS F. & C Importers, and 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
Paper Hangings, 60 W. 4th 

Andress Frederick, waiter, wks. 29 W. 
5th 

Andress George, mach., 73 W. 3d, h.62 
Providence 

Andress John, wks 41 J E. 3d 

Andress Powell, cooper, wks. Findlay & 
Warner 

Andress AVilliara, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 

Andrew Christ. D., wks, lanyard, Deer 
Creek Valley 

Andrew Ily., brewer, bds. 451 W. 6th 

Andrew Mary, 100 Baum 

ANDREW Peter (P. A. & Co.) 84 Biura 

ANDREW P. & CO. (Peter A.. Rich- 
ard Lloyd & Geo. M. High), For- 
warding and Com. Mer's., n.w.c. 
Front and Kilsour 
Andrews Albert, salesman, 39 W. 4th. 

bds. 254 Vine 
ANDREWS Alexander H. (Minor &. A.) 

h. 419 W. 6th 
Andrews Daniel, salesman, 31 and 33 W, 

Pearl, h. 65 W. 8th 
Andrews David B., jewelry, watches, 
clocks, &.C., 23S W. 5th, h. 392 W. 
4th 4 



Andrews Geo., carp., bds. Jones House 
Andrews George H., music teacher, bds. 

333 Vine 
Andrews II. B., printer, bds. 177 Syca- 
more 
Andrews J 11., law student, bds. Pearl 

St. House I 

Andrews Jacob, foundryman, 120 Mo- 
hawk 
ANDREWS James (Tweed & A.) h. Clif- 
ton and 49 W. yth ] 
Andrews Jane, 65 W. 8th j 
Andrews Jenette, 100 Baum j 
Andrews John, carp., 273 Cutter ' 
ANDREWS John W. (Tweed & A.) 65 

W. 8th 
Andrews Joseph, 254 Vine 
Andrews Joseph, mail carrier, 21 Webb 
Andrews Joseph, salesman, 31 and 33 W. 

Pearl, h. 6.5 W. 8th 
Andrews Josepli A., salesman, 107 Main, 

bds. 2,54 Vine 
Andrews Joseph II., 198 W. 9th, w. of 

Central av 
Andrews Lewis, lab.. 177 Clinton 
Andrews M., bds. American Hotel 
Andrews Martin, Ub., w s. Ohio av. s. of 

Calhoun 
Andrews Nancy, 65 W. 8th 
Andrews R. W., mach., wks. at A. B. 

Holabird & Cn.'s 
Andrews Rupert R. tinner, 247 Cutter 
Andrews Robert, produce com. mer., 58 

W. Front, h. 333 W. 7th 
ANDREWS Samuel, (Nefif, Biggs & Co.) 

65 W. 8th 
Andrews William H„ b. k., s.e.c. Main 

and 2d, bds. 8th nr. Vine 
Andrews Wm. W.,salesman, 58 W. Front, 

h. 333 W. 7th. 
Androus Ily. , printer. Courier office 
Andruss Karnst, meat market, bds. 199 

W. 6th 
Angaiki Fred., sawyer, 70 Pleasant 
Ange Solomon, jeweler. 362 Central av 
Angel L. H., bds. 109 W. 6th 
Angelmeyer Wra., wks. 292 Main 
Angeney August, turner, wks. n.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
ANGEVIN E Chas. E. (Skaats & A.), 

118 Carr 
Angney Valentine, mach., wks. n.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Angile Wm., wks. s.e.c. Pearl and Pike 
Anink .John, lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Kelly 
Ankenbower John, cof. h., 103 Browne 
Ankenbower Martin, 109 Browne 
Ankenbower Michael, carp., 109 Browne 
Ankenbrock Hy.. eng., Commercial of- 
fice, h. 01 Pendleton 
Anklo Anton, coppersmith, wks. 156 E. 

Front 
Annan Frank, wks. 30 Butler 
Annand J., salesman, 74 and 76 W. 4th, 

bds. n.e.c. George and Plum 
AnnibalG. A., actor, 61 AV. 9th ! 

Annis Emily, servt., s.w.c. Broad and 

Front ; 

Annis Hamlet ship carp., 866 E. Front 
Ansberger George, jeweller, 313 Walnut 
Ansbt'rry Edward, lab., wks. 79 E. Front 
Ansherry James, lab., s.e.c. 5th and 

Butler 
Ansherry Thomas, blksmith, 59 Butler ' 
Anspaugh James, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and 

Miami Canal | 

Anspaugh John, eng.. 517 W. 3d j 

Anstead M., bds. Western Hotel, s.w.c. 

John and Wade 
Anstead Robt., cigar mkr, wks 12 Main, I 

h. Newport 
Anstead S., bds. Western Hotel, s.w.c. j 

John and Wade j 

Anstink W., cooper, wks. 118 Gest 
AnsultA., lab., wks. Hunt, E. Broadway 
Ansult Chas., lab., wks. Hunt, E. Broad- 
way : 
Ante J., moulder, wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith I 

Ante Jacob, shoemkr. wks. 208 Elm 
Ante Philip, tailor, 9 Pendleton 
Antes Christian , express driver, 583 W. i 

6th 
Anthony Edward R., entry elk., 103 W. j 

Pearl, h. 265 W. 6th ' 



Anthony John, constable, 468 W. 8th 
Anthony John F., elk., 23 W. 3d, h. 

285 W. 6th 
ANTHONY John G., (Taylor & A.) h. 

285 W. 6th 
Anthony Oliver, dray, 619 Central av 

ANTHONY SISTER, Sister Servt. St. 
John's Hotel des. Invalides, n.w.c. 
3d and Plum 
Anthony T. R., paymaster, L. M. R. R. 

Co.. h. 285 6th 
Anton Hy., carp., 167 W. Liberty 

ANTRA M J. W. &.J. B. 
(John W. A. & Jas. B. A.) 
Wh. Millinery, 65 W. Pearl 
ANTRAM James B. (J. W. <t J. B. An- 

tram; 237^ Longworth 
ANTRAM John W. (J. W. & J. B. An- 

tram), 65 W. Pearl 
ANTRAM Micajah T. (White Sc A.) 570 

W. 9th 
Anwright George, tailor, 191 W. 3d 
Anwyl Thomas, stone cutter, 97 Cent, av 
Anyan Geo., grocer, c. W. 9th and Linn 
Aperheimer Adam, 400 Sycamore 
Apfel Joseph, lab., bds. 464 Walnut 
Apfelbaum Sigmond, coal agt., w.s. St. 

Clair b. 8th and 9th [R. R. 

Apjohn Henry, messenger, 0. & M. 

AP JOHN JOHN, 
Coffee House, 
546 West Front 
Aple Augustus, blksmitli, s.s. 6th nr. 

Home 
Appel Peter, lab., Brighton s. of Harri- 
son Road 
Appel Thos., moulder, 305 W. Front 
Apping H., mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Apple John, foreman, pork house, Plum 

b. Findlay and Charlotte 
Applegate Bergen, elk., s.w.c. Main and 
Front, h. 450 W. 9th 

APPLEGATE & CO., (Arthur H. 
Pounsford. Wm. Wrightson & Jes- 
se H. Lacey, ) Booksellers, Sta- 
tioners and Publishers, 43 Main 
Applegate Harry W., Cin'ti Detective 
Police Agency, Bank Bldgs., n. w.c. 
3d and Main 
Applegate & Henning, (J. R. A. & H. 
D. II.) photograph gallery, 32 Broad- 
way 
Applegate Henrietta, 450 W. 9th w. of 
Central av. 

APPLEGATE JAMES R., 
Photograph Galleries, n.w.c. 5th 
and Main and 32 and 34 Broadway 
APPLEGATE JOHN W., 
Attorney at Law, Room s.w.c. 4th 
and Walnut, h. Colerain Pike, W. 
of Cumminsville [6th 

Applegate Pliny F.. printer, bds. lid W. 

Applegate Thos. P., printer, bds. 110 
W. 6th 

Applegate Wra. A., salesman, s.w.c. 
Main and Front, h. 456 W. nth 

Appleing Fred., shoemkr., 308 Main, h. 
475 Race 

Appleton E. II., young ladies school, 
202 W. 4th 

Appleton Henry J., elk. Globe Iron 
Works.bds. 239 W. 4th 

Arand August, printer, Volksblatt office, 
h. 541 Main 

Aragnia Batolara, barber, 31 W. 3d 

Aranson A., com. mer., 174 Central av. 

Arata Lewis, (Lewis & Paul A.) 57 
Broadway 

Arata Lewis & Paul, confec, 57 Broad- 
way 

Arata Paul, (Lewis & P. A.) 57 Broad- 
way 

Arbeiter Hall, 476 Walnut 

Archer Hugh. cab. mkr., wks 277 Main 

Archer Wm., dray, 508 W. 3d 

Archer Wm. A., dray, 5l!8 W. 3d 

Archibald Alex., carp., 127 Baymiller 

Archibald Jas., baker, 113 W. Front 

Archy Ezekiel. lab., 49 Providence 

Ardelmann Louis, sugi-r boiler, wks. 219 
W. 3d, h. 148 Linn 

Ardman August, shoemkr., bds. 201 
Plum 

Ardon Alonzo, lab., s.s. 6th e. of Broad- 
way 



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Importer and Wholesale Dealer in 

WATCHES, CLOCKS, 

Watch Materials, Tools, Plated Ware, Gold Pens, &o. 



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No. 108 Main Street, East Side, between Third and Fourth, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

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No. 7 Burnet House, 3d St., between Race and Vine Streets, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Fresco and Kalsomine Painting, in all their various branches; Imitations of Woods and Mar- 
bles, Plain, Ornamental and Stained Glass, Damask, Tapestry, and Morocco. Specimens of each 
may be seen by calling at the store. Wall Painting in Oil, Turpentine, and other Composition 
Colors. Paints, Oils and Glass constantly on hand and for sale. Block Letters Cut to Order. 



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Arend John W., chair mkr., 24 Mulber- 
ry 

Arends Danl., grocer, 114 Lock 

Arends Henry, hostler, bds 90 E. 2d 

Arendt John, elk., bda. n.w.c. Clinton 
and Central av. 

ARENS Aasust, (Eickenhorst & A.) 63 
W. Court 

Arens B., lab., 24 Woodward 

Arentz Frank, moulder, Co Peete 

Arick Fred., lab., 530 Plum 

Arkemberg Francis, chair mkr., Long- 
worth b. Stone and Hoadly 

Arkennan ilenry, lab., s.w.c. Commerce 
and Race 

Arleth Chas., distiller, Harrison av. b. 
Mill Creek and Brighton 

Arleth Ernst, distiller, Harrison av. b. 
Mill Creek and Brighton 

Arleth Fred., distiller, Harrison av. b. 
Brighton and Mill Creek 

Arling B., moulder, wks. Grreenwood's 
foundry 

Arlinghaus F. n.,b.k.,36E. Pearl, h. 
59 E. 3d 

Arlin5;hau3 Herman, cab. mkr., wks. 89 
W. 2d 

Armacost Edward, foreman pattern shop, 
Niles Works, h. Newport 

Armacost Ellis, carp., 31) George 

Armant Peter, lab., W. Liberty' b. Bay- 
miller and Freeman 

Armbruster Ludwig, butcher, 43 Moore 

Armen John, lab., 165 Cutter 

Armistead Wm., turner, 11 Pierson 

Armon Mary, widow, 59 W. Court 

Arms Hy., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm and 
Pearl 

Armste;»d Allen, express driver, 138 W. 
Front 

Armsteid Chas., whitevvasher, 91 Free- 
man 

Armstead Edward, shoemkr., wks 27 E. 
Pearl 

Armstead John, finisher, wks. Lane & 
Bodley's 

Armstead John, mach., 107 George 

Armstrong A. D., cai-p., 157 W. Court 
w. of Central av. 

Armstead Wm.. wks. 373 W. 3d 

ARMSTRONG Arthur E., (J. M. & A. 
E. A.) 30 Richmond 

Armstrong Amanda, h. 22 E. Cth 

Armstrong C, s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 

Armstrong Eugene, County Surveyor's 
oiEce, bds. s.s. Harrison e. of Broad- 
way 

Armstrong Frank A., elk., s.w.c. 3d and 
Walnut, h. 210 Sycamore 

Armstrong Francis, carp, 207 W. Court 
w- of Central av. 

Armstrong Francis A., elk., 228 Syca 

Armstrong Francis N., 226 Sycamore 
Armstrong Q. B., turner, 312 W. 9th 
Armstrong Geo., rear 82 Water 
Armstrong Geo. W., carp., wks. 189 W 

Canal, h. 518 W 7th 
Armstrong Gustavus, saddler, 23 E. 5th 

h. 451 Main 
Armstrong Hy., foreman at Pyrotechnic 
Works, Mitchell b. Celeslial and Ob- 
servatory Road 
Armstrong Hy., Mt. Adams 
Armstrong Hy. G,, foreman, news room 
Gazette, bds. 6th opp. Mechanics' 
Institute 
Armstrons J., saddler, bds 231 Walnut 

ARMSTRONG J. M. & A. E., (James 
M. A. & Arthur E. A.) Flour 
Dealers, s.e.c. Walnut and Canal 
Armstrong Jas., fireman, wks. Gas works 
Armstrong Jas., saddler, wks. 242 Main 
Armstrong Jas., tailor, 31 W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
Armstrong Jas., trunk mkr., 114 Mill 
Armstrong Jas. A., tinner, 195 Mound 
Armstrong Jas. D., (McNutt & A.) 114 

Mill 
ARMSTRONG Jas. M., (J. M.&; A. E. 

A.) 36 Clark 
Armstrong John, 37 Milton 
Armstrong John, dray, 12 Hannibal 
Armstrong John, tinner, wks. 3C1 Central 

av. 
Armstrong John A., elk,, 121 Martin 



Armstrong John A., printer, 23 Barr 

ARMSTRONG JOHN B., 
County Sheriff, Office CourtHouse, 
h. 4(15 W. 4th 
Armstrong John Y., 246 Broadway 
Armstrong John Y. jr., bds. 246 Broad- 
way 

ARM.STRONG LEONARD L., 
Druggist, 
231 Broadway 
Armstrong Matthew, river fireman, 58 

Elm 
Armstrong N. S., phys., 113 W. 6th, h. 

114 W. 6th 
Armstrong R. G., elk., n.w.e. 5th and 

Sycamore 
Armstrong Robt., eng., s.w.c. 8th and 

Sycamore 
Armstrong Sarah, 22 E. 6th 
Armstrong T. W., wks. n.w.e. Pearl and 

M. Canal 
Armstrong Theo., 37 Milton 
Armstrong Thos, carver, wks, 140 W. 

3d 
Armstrong Thos , druggist, 43 E. 2d 
Armstrong Thos. B., wood turner, 312 

W. 9th 
Annstrong W. F., salesman, 74 W. 4th, 

bds. 104 W. 6th 
Armstrong W. H., elk., Ind. & Cin'ti 

Depot 
Armstrong Warwick, policeman, 28 E. 
£the. of Lock 
i RMSTRONO WASHINGTON, 
22 E. eth 



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Armstrong Wm., carp., 30 Richmond 
Armstrong Wm., carp., 220 Betts 
Armstrong Wm., mach., wks. 162 E. 

Front 
Armstrong Wm. A., bds 246 Broadway 
Armstrong Wm. H., tel. operator, 226 

Sycamore 
Arndt Bernard, tobacconist, 551 Vine 
Arndt Frank F., elk., wks. 128 W. 6th, 

h. Newport 
Arndt John, fam. grocery, n.e.e. White- 
man and Bank 
Arnet David, 105 Baymiller 
Arnet Jeremiah, stone cutter, rear 72 

Richmond 
Arnet John T., 105 Baymiller 
Arnetz Peter, cof. h., 92 W. Court 
Arning Hy., silver plater, 113 Clay 
Arnold Augustus, baker, 551 Central 

Arnold C. M., grocer, 64 Elder 

ARNOLD & CRAWFORD, (Montgo 
mery A. & Wm. T. CI Commission 
Merchants, and Dealers in Barley, 
Wheat and Corn, 22 E. Canal b. 
Main and Sycamore 
Arnold David, bar k., 32 E. Front 
Arnold Elias, cart driver, l3Carr 
Arnold Franklin E., salesman, 11 W. 

6th, h. 10 George 
Arnold Fred., eof. and billiard saloon, 

470 Vine 
Arnold Geo., elk., Farmers' Hotel, n.e.c. 

Race and Court 
Arnold Geo., carp., bds. 114 Richmond 
Arno'd Hy., pattern mkr., wks. n.w.e. 

7th and Main, h. 17 Allison 
Arnold Hy., turner, 28 Allison 
Arnold J. G., actor, bds. U. S. Hotel 
Arnold Jacob, varnisher, 544 Vine 
Arnold John, 137 E. 3d 
Arnold John, dray, bds 444 W. Front 
Arnold John, lab., al. b. Court and Canal 

and Kim and Plum 
Arnold John, teamster. Home nr. 6th 
Arnold Joseph, brick mkr., 14th b. Plum 

and Central av. 
Arnold L., finisher, wks. 86 Elm, h. 

Front b. Plum and Central av. 
ARNOLD Montgomery, (A. & Crawford) 

h. Hamilton, 0. 
Arnold Peter, stone cutter, 177 Clinton 
Arnold Philip, baker, 293 Main 
Arnold Philip, stone mason, 121 Mo- 
hawk [6th 
Arnold Philip, soap mkr., Harriet nr. 
Arnold Simon, billiard table mkr., 8 E. 

8th, h. 26 W. loth 
Arnold T., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 



Arnold W. H. grainer, 186 Cutter 
Arnold Wm., grocer, 34 Hamer 
Arnolds Hy., p.attein mkr., 17 Allison 
ARNOUD r P., S. J., Professor St. Xa- 
vier College, Sycamore b. 6th and 
7th 
Arns Francis, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 
Arnsperger Geo., watch mkr., 313 Wal- 
nut 
Arnsperger Magdalene, 37 Hughes 
Arut Leopold, tanner, 12 Clarkson 
Arnt Leopold, tanner, Linn b. Hamilton 

Road and Bank 
Arnwoltz Seymore, carp., Ohio al. b. Elm 
and Plum and Jefferson and Adams 
Arnzen Bernard, elk., wks. 77 W. Court, 

h. 55 Jackson 
Arnzen John H., elk., 24 Dudley 
Arnold Vincent, b.h., 84 W. Front 
Arons John, boiler mkr., rear 27 Par- 
sons 
Aronson Bernard, elk., 55 Jackson 
.^rbend Albers, printer, 541 Main 
Arrico Antonio, barber, 31 W. 3d, h. 379 

George 
AiTico Louis, barber, 379 George 
Arrott Jas., lab., n.e.c. Vine and Water 
Arsken Wm. jr., wood turner, 318 W. 

Sth 
Arstingstall 0. B., elk., 24 Hammond 

ARSTINOSTALL JAMES S., 
Hammond St. Stable, 
2(1, 22 & 24 Hammond 
ArtHy., cof. h., 510 Plum 
ArtHy., porter, 24 Main, h. Plum In. 
of Canal 

ART UNION BUILDING, 
n.w.e. 4th and 
Sycamore 
ARTHUR JOHN A., 
Local Editor Daily Press, 
h. Newport 
Arthurbeffoie Eli, cooper, wks. Culvert 

b. 7th and Sth, h. 6th St. Hill 
Artman Bernard, cof. h., 3('5 W. Front 
Artman Frank, (Monnig & A.) Smith's 

Court, Smith b. 4th and 5th 
Artmann W., lab., wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Artos Ferdinand, map engraver, n.e.c. 3d 

and Race 
Artsman Frederick, cab. mkr., s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Arundel John, moulder, wks. 250 E. 

Front e. of Broadway 
Asay Mary, house k., 424 W. 6th 
Asboeh Seraphine, blk. smith, n.e.c. Oli- 
ver and John 
ASBURY Thos., (Thos. A. & Co.) 40 
Grant 

ASBURY THOMAS & CO., (Thom- 
as A., P. K. Minshall & Wm. Rey- 
nolds.) Ice Merchants, s.e.c. Plum 
and Grant 

Asbury Wm. H., salesman, s.e.e. Syca- 
more and 2d, h. 40 Grant 

Asch Chas., eof. h., 67 Liberty 

Ash George Washington, lab., 6tli b. 
Broadway and Culvert 

AsharJ. W., carp, shop, 96 Pleasant, 
h. 436 W. 5th 

Asharn Jos., tinner, 40 W. 2d, h. 55 W. 
Front 

Ashbach Joseph, quarry man, 121 Mo- 
hawk 

Ashban J.jr., wks. E. Front b. Law- 
rence and Pike 

Ashban Jos., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 
and Pike 

Ashberg Hy., 33 Longworth 

Asliby David, ship carp., 970 B. Front 

Ashby James, ship carp., 980 E. Front 

Ashby Reuben, caip., 1300 E. Front 

Ashcraft Jesse, coal yard, 131 E. Front, 
h. Avondale 

Ashcraft Robert C, eneineer, e.s. Lud- 
low b. Pearl and 3d" 
ASHCRAFT RICHARD, Saw Mill 
and Lath Factory, s.s. Front b. 
Butler and Canal, h. Avondale 

Ashcraft Samuel S., iron foundry, c. 
Wade and Plum, h. w.s. Elm b. 4th 
and McFarland 

Ashcraft Sarah Ann, al. b. Ann and 4th 
and Central av. and Plum 



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No. 29 Sixth St., bet. Main and Walnut, 

CINCINNATI. OHIO. 

I manufacture and keep on hand a large supply of the following Lightning Conductors, viz.: 

Copper, Galvanized and Japanned Iron 

WITH THE LATEST STYLES OF INSULATOR IN USE. 

B@*Orders by Mail or Express promptly attended to. Rods erected in the City or Suburbs 
by skillful workmen. 

J. IT. WESTOIV. 



IRON MANTEL WORKS. 

HANB. V/HITEHOUSE & CO., 

*Vos.2655 267 and 2Gi9 Fifth A§t., near cor. of IVestern How, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO, ; 

Manufacturers of Marbleized Iron Mantel Pieces, Plain and Silver Mounted Enameled Grates 
also, Bronzed Brackets, Table Tops, Vases, School Desk Frames, Hitching Posts, Spout Shoes, Sash 
Weights, Soot Valves, and 

Oraafflental Iron Castings 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Now ready a large and beautiful variety of our new 
styles of PROJECTION GRATE, which for chasteness of 
design and finish, can not be surpassed in any market 
We are constantly adding new designs to this 

Fuel Saving Style of Mantel Grate. 

g^" Orders from a distance promptly and carefully 
attended to. Plates of our Mantel or Grate Patterns 
sent gratis on application. 




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Ashen John F., cook, 573 Central av 
Ashenrtorf Fi-ederick, b.k., 21 Mercer 
Ashendorf Wm., porter, 24 Mercer 
Asher Jos. W., carp., 436 W. .5th 
Asher Wm., brakeman, n.s. Front, 

nr. Corporation Line 
Ashermann Fred., billiard table mkr., 8 

E. 8th. h. 19 W. 5th 
Ashford Chas. S., 352 \V. 4th 
Ashhorn Jos., tinner, wks. 55 W. Front 
Ashley ilisha W., deputy city weigher, 

h. 230 Linn 
Ashman Ch.is., finisher, wks. 14t W. 2d 
Ashman (Jhas.. shoe mkr., 549 Central 

av. h. 298 Linn 
Ashman James, shoe store, 549 Central 

S.V., h. 31 Jones 
Ashmer J. G., actor, bds. TJ. S. Hotel 
Ashmore Chas., carp., 21 David 
Ashley Ctitharine, servant, 3G7 W. 8th 
Ashtof Ebenezer, wks. B. Front b. 

Lawrence and Pike 
Ashton J. K., wks. E. Front b. Law- 
rence and Pike 
Ashton John, wks. s.w.o. Front and 

John 
Ashton John, lab., 242 Richmond 
Ashton John, stone rubber, wks. s.e.c. 

3d and Lock 
Ashton S:imuel,bk. layer, hds. 334 Cutter 
Ashtoii Wm. A., phys., 334 Cutter 
Ashworth John, finisher, 20U W. Front 
Asia Hy.. tailor, 201 Clark 
Askew Nathan B., carp., 197 Barr 
Askren Thomas, carp., 318 W. 8th w. of 

Central av 
Askren Wm. sen., cab. mkr., 318 W. 8th 

w. of Central av 
Asmann Bernard, lab. 416 John 
Aspenleiter John, finisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Aspenleiter Sebastian, finisher, wks. s. 

w.c. Elm and Pearl 
Aspenleiter Wm., finisher, wks. S.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Aspinwall C. B., agt., n.e.c. John and 

Betts 
Aspinwall Horace, finisher, n.e.c. John 

and Betts 
Assen August, shoemkr., 13 Moore 
Asslar Ernst Courtley, teamster, Hand 

al. b. W. Court and Clark 
Assum Peter, boots and shoes, 508 Vine 
Assur Adolph, (Strasburg & A.) liO 

W. 5th 
Ast John A., atty., s.e.c. Court and 

Main.h. 30 Jackson 
Aston T. P., elk., 100 W. 5th, h. 145 Syc- 

Astroth Franz, lab., 76 Spring 
Aszharn Bernard, fireman, 122 Abigail 
Aszmann U. F., dry goods, 363 Cen- 
tral ay 
Atchison James, chandler, 50 Betts 

ATHEARN Sa HlBBERD, (IraA.t 
Samuel P. H.) Steam Boat Agents 
and Commission Merchants, 5 E. 
Front 

ATIIEAKN Ira, (A. & Hibberd,) 60 
E.4th 

Athearn Ira, salesman, 74 and 76 W. 4th, 
bds. 60 E. 4th 

Athearn Stephen M., elk., 50 W. 2d, h. 
GO E. 4th 

Atink John, 144 E. Front 

Atkins A. J., b.k., s.e.c. Pearl and Wal- 
nut, h. 233 Richmond 

Atkins B. E., salesman, at R. Brown & 
Co's, h. 233 Richmond 

Atkins Emma, servant, 56 E. 7th 

AtKins Geo., variety store, 102 W. 5th. 
. h. Clifton 

Atkins Hy, M., foreman 79 Qano 

AtkinsJohn, 329 Cutter 

Atkins John, (J. & Josiah A.) 3C9 Cen- 
tral av 

Atkins John and Josiah, bakers, 369 Cen- 
tral av 

Atkins Josiah, (John & J. A.) 369 Cen- 
tral av 

Atkins Mary, 261 Race 

Atkins Richard L., piano tuner, 72 W. 
4th, h. 329 Cutter 

Atkins Robert H.. shoemkr., wks. 200 
Walnut, bds Fireman's Hall 

Atkins Thomas, musician, 307 W. 6th 



Atkinson Edward, butcher, stall No 21 
Court St. Market 

Atkinson Edward, (McCracken & Co.) 
h. Newport 

Atkinson Edward, cab. mkr., s.w.c. Kil- 
gour aid Pearl, h. Newport 

Atkinson Edw;ird J., bds. 153 Mound 

Atkinson Elizabeth, fam. grocery, 62 
Butler 

Atkinson Geo., milliner, 158 Mound 

Atkinson Geo. Y., (McDonnell & A.) 34 
Richmond 

Atkinson J. V., queensware, 92 W. 5th, 
h. 34 Richmond 

Atkinson Julia, laundress, 28 Accommo- 
dation 

Atkinson Lydia,790 E. Front 

AtUisonMrs.,66 Plum 

Atkison Hy., dray., c John and Lin- 
neus 

Atkison Robert, driver, bds. Congress 
Exchange 

Attee Elizabeth, 299 W. 4th 

Attee John 6., salesman, n.e.c. 5th and 
Central av., bds. 299 W. 4th 

Attee Wm. R., b.k.. n.e.c. 5th and Cen- 
tral av., bds. 299 W. 4th 

Attermyer Hy., 617 Race 

Attick Peter, lab., n.s Front below Lum- 
ber 

Attic Kate, 1273 E. Front 

Attig Louis, elk., at 1244 E. Front, h. c. 
Vance and Front 

Atti? Philip, 1273 E. Front 

Attung Hy., brk. layer, 12 14th b. Cen- 
tral av., and Plum 

AUB Abraham, (A., Frenkel &. Co.) 28 
Long worth 

AUB, FRENKEL & CO., (Abraham 
A., Benedict F. & Nathaniel New- 
burgh,) Wholesale Clothiers, 30 
W. Pearl 
Aub Samuel, elk., 30 W. Pearl, h. 28 

Long worth 
Aubacher John, lab., 434 Linn 
Auberger Peter, lab., 87 Wade 
Auberger Valentine, porter, 62 W. Pearl, 

h. 59 Findlay 
Aubery John, artist, 14 E. 4th, h. 317 

Vine 
Aubery Thos., lab., 437 W. 2d 
AUBERY Wm.,(Traber &: A.) h.E. Wal- 
nut Hills 
Aubke G. H., cof. h., n.e.c. Buckeye and 

Eden 
AUBKE G. H., (Luken & A.) 18 Buck- 
eye 
Aubke Hy., tailor, bds. 285 Main 
Aubrey Thos., lab., 437 W. 2d 
Aucteka Hy., wks. 216 W. 7th 
Audenhamer Frederick, 173 E. 3d 
Audlemann Wm., 141 Everett 
Auel Conrad, cof. h., 282 W. Liberty 
Auel John, wagon mkr., 604 Walnut 
Auel John, dray., 35 Moore 
Auell Hy., blk. smith, 6 Miami 
Auer Anton, 516 Walnut 
Auer Antony, lab., Whiteman b. Dayton 

and Bank 
Auer Anthony, tanner, 12 Whiteman 
Aufderheide Hy., teacher, 375 W. 5th 
Aufderheide John, porter, 53 W. Pearl, 

bds. 53 W. Front 
Aufderheide Rudolf, wagon mkr., 6 Mul- 
berry 
Aufderhiede Wm., turner, 301 Linn 
Aufenberg Wm., cab. mkr., 24 Mulberry 
Auferbeck Edward, painter, 399 Syca- 
more 
Auferbeck Wm., printer, 95 V\'oodward 
Auftemeist Hy., 684 Main 
Aufterhard Herman, bds. 318 E. Pearl 
Aufterhill Bernard, carman, 469 W. 8th 
Aufterhill Hy., dray., 136 Van Horn 
Aug Jacob, cigar mkr., Vine St. Hill 
Augenbaugh B. A., car. mkr., s.w.c. 6th 

and Sycamore 
Auger C. W., watchman, 794 Centralav 
Augert John, musician, 620 Vine 
Aughinbaugh Barnet, car, mkr., 161 

George 
Aughinbaugh Wm.L ,printer,161 George 
Augur Daniel, 1224 E. Front 
AUGUR Jas, S., (Dubois & Augur,) 87 

W. 2d, h. 82 Hopkins 
August Lewis, horse trader, 163 W. 5th 



August Jos., cab. mkr., wks. Header 
&Co.'3 

Auhouse Hy., lab., Ramsey nr. Front 

Auhou-ie Joseph, teamster, Ramsay nr. 
Front 

Aul Hy., car. smith, Miami b. Sycamore 
and Mulberry 

Aulcault H., bk. mkr, 391 W. Liberty 

Aulers John, varnisher, 116 Betts 

Aulf John, dray., 319 Findlay 

Aull C. A,, cutter, 284 W, 8th 

Aull Jacob, salesman, 32 W. Pearl, h. 
131 Hopkins 

Aull Louis H., tinner, 131 Hopkins 

Aultliaus Hermann, cab. mkr., 16 Cher- 
ry al 

Aulthiser Hy., lab., wks. White Mill 
Distillery 

Aupkie Frederick, porter, 35 W. Canal 

AUPPERLE ALEXANDER, 
Hardware Store 
26 Ham. Road 
Anpperle C D., 26 Ham. Road 
Aiippler T., jeweler, 305 Clark 
Ausanbach Joseph, cigar maker, 128 

Ausdenmohre Herman. .iewelsr, 369 Main 

AUSDENMORE HENRY, 
Shoe maker, 89 Central Avenue, 
h. 271 W. 3d 
Ausman Hy., bark., 562 Vine 
Austee Catharine, mattress mkr., 22 E. 

Sth 
AUSTIN Alvin, (A. & Smith; bds. s.w.c 

3d and Broadway 
Austin Barney, mach., 92 Woodward 
Austin Hy., bds. 153 W. 3d 
Austin Hy., wks. 146 W. 3d 

AUSTIN JAMES S., 
Grocer, n.e.c. Sth and Elm, 
h. s.w c. -Ith and Elm 
Austin James AV., elk., 180 W. Sth, h. s. 

w.c. 4th and Elm 
Austin Prince, whitewasher, 473 W. 4th 

AUSTIN & SMITH, 
(Alvin A., L. N. S. & H. D, S.) 
Wholesale Confectioners, 8 E. 2d 
Austin Theodore, shoemkr., 96 Clinton 
Austin Wm. II., b.h., 38 E. 4th 
Austing Bernard, lab., 92 Woodward 
Austing Frank, (Litner & A.) 360 Broad- 
way [gail 
Austing John B., grocer, 60 and 62 Abi- 
Austing W., cooper, i04 Gest 
Australia House, John Martin Prop., 273 

Walnut 
Austus M., peddler, 110 Gest 
Autenreith Fred., cig. mkr.. 69 ISth 
Autenreith Fred., paper hanger, 69 15th 

AUTENREITH LOUIS, 
Engraver, s.w.c. 4th and Walnut, 
h. 549 Vine 
Autenreith Wm., watchman, 60 14th 
Auth Nicholas, h. 226 Linn 
AutherJ., mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Avel)eck Edward, painter, 373 Broadway 
Avener Francis, cab. mkr., bds. White 

Water Canal House 
Avenger Wm., 91 E. 3d, e. of Locke 
Averbeck Fred., lab. 420 Sycamore 
Averbeck Joseph, painter, wks. 181 Wal- 
nut, bds. 65 VY. Sth 
Averbecke Herman, horse shoer, 67 Abi- 
gail 
Averbecker Herman, biksmith, 67 Abi- 
gail 
Averdick Mathias, dray, bds. 114 Hunt 
Averhaust Faultine, wagoner, 99 Browne 
Avermaat John, grocer, s.w.c. Bremen 
and Liberty 

AVERY CHARLES, 
Furniture Manufacturer,277 Main, 
h. 355 John 
AVERY CHARLES L., 
Physician, 
99 W. 7th 
Avery J. T., conductor, 0. & M. R.R. 
Avery L., 6.3. Park b. Longworth and 

6th 
Avery Orlando, 274 Race 
Avery S. A., packer, 11 W. 5th 
AVERY Seymour B. (Bingwalt & A.) 

435 W. Gth 
Avery W. L., atty., 21 W. 3d, h. 274 
Race 



46 CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



COMMISSION MEKCHANT 

Wholesale Dealer in 

Bacon, Flour, Grain, Seeds, 

FRTJITS, CHEESE, BXJTTEH, ETCi 

AND AGENT FOP. 



I®H 1I1¥ SAM i 

31 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Table Salt in Sacks, Dairy and Common Fine in Barrels, in large quantities, 
on hand at lowest rates. 



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OHIO RIVER SALT COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



^0ttmi0M ^m, and J^ tt|j^vi0v § aivg anil ®aM« ^ alt, 

W. A. HEALY, Sole Aftent. 
Stores, No. 27 West Front Street, and 61 West Canal Street, Cincinnati, 0. 

ALI/ KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS RECEIVED IX EXCHANGE FOR SALT. 



GEO. F. DAVIS, A. JUDSON DAVIS. 

GEO. F. DAVIS & CO., 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



BKOE MIEB Blir MB MM f OIGHII, 

And Curers of Extra Family Hams, 

^NTo. 11 Sycamox-e Sti*eet, ixr. Eront, Oincinnati, O. 

BEEF AND PORK IN BARRELS AND HALVES. 



"WILLARD ELMER. JAMES FORKNER. 

ELj^IEK, Sc EOKIilNEK, 

X3E1.0XV 35" O -OF IW 30 3E3 3EI. ^ » 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

Excelsior Young America Corn and Cob Mill, 

Darling's Endless Chain, Horse Power, Threshing Machines, and Saw Table, Stoves, Hollow Ware, Car, Railroad 
and all kinds o\ Castings. 

Foundry, No. 602 Fifth Street, and White Water Cinal. West of the Cincinnati, Hamlllon and 
Dayton Depot, (luciuuall. 



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Avey William, hinge fitter, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Avis Matilda, widow, 212 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Avritt Thomas, eating house, 43 E. 4th 
Await Hy., cab. mkr., h. 31 11th Coving- 
ton 
Awiss R. B., carp., wks. Gas Works 
Axer Barney, bds. 90 E. 2d 
Axt Harman. barber, 334 Central av. 
Axtmann Alexander, porter. 91 W. Pearl 
Ayars James, jr., oik., 33 W. 3d, h Co- 
vington 
Aydelott Benj. P., 90 Clinton 
Aydelott John 11., com. mer.,233 Barr 
Ayers Benj., chair mkr., Isl Longworth 
Ayers Clemency D., vest mkr., s e.c. 

Central av and 5th 
Ayers James, director city infirmary, 181 

Longworth 
Ayers James Milton, drug elk., s.e.c. 5th 

and Central av. 
Ayers Jas. W., carp., 459 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Ayers Nicholas, carp., 59 Clinton 
Ayers Stephen S., brk. layer, 170 Long- 
worth 
Ayler Elias, 248 W. Front, h. 46 Plum 
Aylers John, furniture manuf., 598 Race 
Aylward Nicholas, plumber, wks. 198 

Main,h. Covington 
Ay res Jas. A., brk. layer, s.e.c. Central 

av. and 5th 
Ayres Nancy, s.w.c. 9th and Mound 
Ayi-es Richard, teacher, bds. 12 Ann 
Ayres Stephen G., b.k., 12 Ann 



B 



Baars C., wac;on mkr.. bds. 345 Walnut 

BABB CLEMENT E., Editor Central 
Christian Herald, 28 W. 4th, 
h. College Hill 
Babb Robert, carp., wks. c. 8th and Cul- 
vert 
Babbe Joseph, chair mkr., rear 10 Webb 
BABBITT Calvin, (B., Good & Co.,) 28 
George 

BABBITT, GOOD & CO., (Calvin B., 
John G., & Edmund B. Gardner,) 
Wholesale Grocers, Liquor Dealers 
and Commission Merchants, 18 and 
19 Public Landing 
Babbitt S. W. elk., 134 Main 
Babbitt William P., elk, 18 Public Land- 
ing, h. 28 George 
Babcock Geo., bir k., Skaats al. nr. 6th 
Babker Mathew, gilder 217 Walnut, bds. 

347 Walnut 
Babst Fred., 3-1 E. 4th 
Babst John, fireman, rear 70 Martin 
Bacciocco John, confec, 124 W. 5th 
Bacciocco Joseph, confec, n.e.c. 4th and 

Elm 
Bacciocco S., fruit, 176 W. 5th 
Bach Kate, 213 W, Court 
Bach Lewis, brewer, 98 Sycamore 
Bachart Valentine, cooper, wks s s. Day- 
ton h. Freeman and Western av. 
BACHELOR Charles R. (B., DeCamp & 
Co..) res. Lockland 

BACHELOR, DECAMP&CO.,(Chas. 
R. B., Harvey DeC. Samuel H. 
Bachelor, and George W. Hartwell) 
Paper Manufacturers, 61 Walnut 
BACHELOR Samuel H., (Bachelor, De 

Camp & Co.,) res. Lockland 
Bachendorf W., cab. mkr., wks. H. Wie- 

dertcht 
Bacher Phillip, grocer, 436 Linn 
Baehherle Charles, butcher, 45 Wade 
Bachler Anthony, mach., 50 York 
Bachlinck Hy., tailor, 72 Rittenhouse 
Bachraan P., shoemkr., 434 Linn 
Bachmann Charles 6. tailor, 175 Clay 
Bachmann Frank, hod carrier, 8 Buck- 
eye 
Bachrens C. F. L. cab. mkr., 139 Clay 
Bacht J. 114 Clinton 
Baein? Thomas, distiUer,24 Eittenhouse 
Back Adam, lab.. 25 13th 
Back Anton, lab., 410 Sycamore 
Back Anton, lab., 13 Woodward 
Back Casper, plow mkr., wks. Garrett & 
Cottman's 



Back Hy., lab., 416 Sycamore 

Back John II.. lab., 13 Woodward 

Backe W. A. cook. Gait House 

Backer Andrew D., brk. layer, 41 Milton 

Backer Geo., meat store, 87 Bremen 

Backer Geo., 132 E. Liberty 

Backer Hy., 132 E. Liberty 

Backer Horatio, saddler, 89 Main, h. 

College Hill 
Backer J. C. brk. layer, 138 Baymiller 
Backer Wm.. cab. mkr., 71 David 
Backes Peter, cab. mkr., wks. 470 W. 6th 
Backesto John P.-phys, 150 Broadway 
Backhaus Hy., wagon mkr., 10(1 Hunt 
Backhaus Wm., porter s.w.c. Walnut and 

4th 
Backhers Ben., distiller, 57 Riddle 
Backhouse Clemens, dray, s.w.c. Walnut 

and 9th 
Backman Bernard, lab., wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
BackmannA., butcher, wks. n s. Wade 

b. Linn and Liberty 
Backmann John, shoemkr., 83 E. Pearl. 

h. 94 W. Hunt 
Backmart George, moulder, 158 E. 5th 
Backster James H., boatman, Pennockb. 

Cutter and Linn 
Backus Herman, elk., 46 W. 5th, h. 522 

Sycamore 
Backus J. elk., bds. 281 George 
Backus J. M., salesman, 74 W. 4th, bds. 

Walnut Street House 
Backus L., 45 Lodge 
Bacon Hannah, bds. 212 Longworth 

BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE 
n.w.c. 6th and Walnut 
J. H Doty, Principal 

BACON William A., (Couklin & B.) 90 
W. 9th 

Baconhaus John, peddler, 49 Ritten- 
house 

BHdde Joseph, bar k., 470 Main 

Bader Hy., 24 Mulberry 

Badge Michael lab. 21 E. 3d e of Lack 

Badger & Caldwell, ^Hy. P. B. & Syl- 
vester G. C.) carps.. 148 W. 6th 

Badger Harriet, vest mkr., 423 Sycamore 

Badger Hy. P., (B. & Caldwell) ft2 W 9th 
w. of Central av. 

Badger John, barber, 1300 E. Front 

Badger S., elk., Press Office 

Badger Wm., teamster, rear 100 E. Pearl 
e. of Broadway 

Badle John, carp., 181 Laurel 

Bado Nicholas, (Gandolpho & Co.,) res. 
Newport 

Badrack Saml., confec, 172 Broadway 

Baebinger Wm., brewer, wks. Lafayette 
Brewery 

Baeer Michael, blksmith, 361 Hamilton 
Road 

Baehr George, bar k., 47 Plum 

Baehr Wm., cof. h., 47 Plum 

Baehrs Wra.,cof. h., 511 Plum 

Baem Fred., carp., 50 Mohawk 

Baen John W., elk.. County Recorder, 
h. Symraes' tp. 

Baengelmann B. H , carp., 387 W. Li- 
berty 

Baenninger Chas., elk., bds. s.w.c. 0th 
and Plum 

BAENNINGER & FRY, (S. B. & U. 
F.,) Boat Stores, Preserves, Fruits, 
&c., 30 Public Landing 
Baenninger John, elk., 30 Pub. Landing, 

bds s.w.c. 6th and Plum 
BAENNINGER S., (B. & Fry,) Propri- 
etor Sixth Street House, s.w.c. 6th 
and Plum 

BAENZIGER CONRAD, Importer and 
Dealer in Liquors, Groceries, Swiss, 
Limbcrg and Sapsago Cheese, 404 
Vine 
Baer Conrad, pattern mkr , 501 Plum 
Baer H collector. Commercial Office 
Baer John, lab., 624 Rare 
Baer Nicholas, carp., 709 Race 
Baer Rosellal45 Hopkins 
Baerley Lucas, 1)2 Clinton 
Baerraenk John, cooper, wks. s.s. Court 

b. Main and Sycamore 
Bnffenbach Hy.,cig. mkr., bds., 165 Clay 
Bagan John, hostler, s.s. New nr. Broad- 
way 
Bagge Hy., carp., 89 Spring 



Bagge Franz, elk., 89 Spring 

Bagge Hy., carp., 8$ Spring 

Bagger Hy., teamster, 65 Hunt 

Baggy Geo., moulder, wks. Niles Works, 

h. Newport 
Bagley Louisa, 141 Sycamore 
Bagley Catharine, servt., 125 W.5th 
KagleyJ.,141 Sycamore 
Bagley Mary, 141 Sycamore 
Bagley Sarah, 141 Sycamore 
Bagley Wm. A. elk., U. S. Express Co., 

bds. 168 Race 
Bagley Wm.,carp., bds 141 Sycamore 
B'jgott James, tinner, 297 Central av. 
Bagott John, mach., 114 Mound 
Bagott John C , mach., 114 W. 9th w. 

of Central av 
Bagott Robert, 114 Mound j 
Bagott Thos., 114 Mound 
Bagott Wm., butcher, 61 Hopkins 
Bahalans Chas. L., carp., c. Kossuth 

and Clark 
Bahbinger Wm., brewer, 740 Vine 
Baher John W., pilot, River b. Weeks 

and Willow 
Bahlsenot llv., blk. smith, 66 Spring 
BAHLMANN Albert, (Kruse &. B.) 389 

Main 
Bahlmann Bernard, cab. mkr., 11 Frank- 
lin 
Bahlmann Caspar, grocer, 612 Race 
Bahlmann Hy., bds. 62 E. 3d 
Bahlmann T.C., cab. mkr., 249 Bank 
Brahm Bernard, lab., 91 Spring 
BAIIMANN Frederick, (Diebold, B. & 

Co.) 646 Vine 
B.ahmeyer Hy.. dray., 612 Race 
Bahn P., b. 13 Ann 
Bahn Herman, harness mkr., 13 Ann 

BAHN WM. H., 
Coffee House, s.w.c, 6th and Elm, 
h. 1^=0 W 6th 
Bahning Wm., elk., M Broadway 
Bahr Franz, tailor, 10 Abigail 
Bahrmont Michael, tailor, s.e.c. Baymil- 
ler and Bank 
Bail Charles, mach., 28 Allison 
Bailer Kaspar, cab mkr., 197 Elm 
Bailer Martin, locksmith, 107 Clay 
Bailes T. W., bds. n.e.c. Race & Court 
Biiiley Alfred E..7t)2 Central av 
Bailey Chas., porter, s.w.c. Main and 

Front 
Bailey Clarissa, cook, n.w.c. 7th and 

Sycamore 
Bailey Daniel, depot master, c. 4th and 

Ellen 
Bailey & Decamp, (John B. & JohnD.) 

furniture, 1113 E. Front 
Bailey Edward, mach., wks. Gas Work, 
Bailey Edward M., trunk mkr., 89 Main, 

h. Newport 
Bailey Elizabeth, 163 W. 5th 
Biiiley IIy.,lab., rear 221 George 
Bailey Jame?, dray., s.s. 3d b. Kilgour 

and M. Canaf 
Bailey James, dray., .65 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Bailey James, lab., 59 New 
Bailey John, (B. & DeCarap,) 88 Pike 
Bailey John, grinder, 12 Pancoast al 
Bailey John, lab., Taylor nr. Carr 
Bailey John, stone mason, 36 E. 8th e. 

of Lock 
BaileY John, teamster, s.e.c. 3d and Ellen 
Bailey Joseph, potter, w. Front nr. Carr 
Bailey Joseph B., tinner, 233 Longworth 
Bailey Kennedy, paymaster, c. 4th and 

Ellen 
Bailey Mahlon G., receiver, 161 Vine,h. 

300 Walnut 
Bailey Margaret, laundress, n.w.c. 7th 

and Sycamore 
Bailey Martin, baker, 347 W. 5th 
Bailey Alary, 30 Lock 
Bailey Mary, 8th b. Culvert and Canal 
Bailey Mary Ann, house cleaner 59 New 
Bailey Micajah, prod, broker, 87 W.2d, 

h. 300 Walnut 
Bailey Peter, cooper, 59 New 
Bailey Robert, teamster, wks. 197 E. 

Front 
Bailey Rosetta, 147 W.Tth 
Bailey Samuel, elk., c. 4th and Ellen 
Bailey Samuel, contractor, c. 4th and 

Ellen 



48 



CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. ROSS. \ 



A. PETTIBONE. 



G. \f. BOSS. 



ROSS, fETTtBOXe « CO., 



TrjlLllI>S : 



358 Central Avenue, ijl" 

Cor. of RicJimondj 

517 Seventh Si., 

Bet. Bajmiller «S; Freeman. 




406 West Fifth St, 

Corner of Mound, 
CINCINNATI, 

OHIO. 



Orders also received at Railroad Ticket Office, Vine Street, next to the Post Office. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPPLY OF SUPERIOR 

YOUGHIOGHENY, HARTFORD CITY, CANNEL an4 OTHER COALS. 

Customers may depend upon a pure article. AUl Orders left at cither Yard promptly attended to. 



ELZEY O. nURKAM. 



yiU. D. BURKAM. 



E3. C3r. ZOXJOFtlC-^aVE efc OO., 



No. 19 West Third Slreel, Selves' Building, between Main aud Walnut, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



BOBT. CLARKE. K. D. BARNEY. J. W. DALE. 

Successors to H. W. Derby & Co., 

itw tiiiiiiiii aii iMiii^^iii 



STATIONERS, IMPORTERS. 

And Dealers in Theological, Scientific, School and Miscellaneous Books, 
No. 55 WEST FOURTPI ST., CINCINNATI, O. 

Foreign Books, old or new, imported to order. Particular attention paid to the collection of rare 
works. Catalogues furnished gratis, on application. Harper's Books, Magazine and Weekly. 



D. M. SECULEB. 



SECII3L.ER Sc POIiTEIS. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 



yj. H. POKTEB. 



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OF IRONTON, OHIO, 

Dealers in Pig Iron, Bar, Boiler, and Sheet Iron, Plow Slabs and Wings, Axles, Springs, Nails, 
Steel, Window Glass, &c. 

Warerooms, No. 54 Second St., bet. Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Bailey Samuel, lab., 30 Lock 
Bailey Thus, shoetnkr.. rear 221 George 
Bailey Thomas JI., conductor, bds. Gib- 
son House 
Bailie Benjamin, salesman, 60 E. Front 

BAILIE JOHN, 
Steam Bakery, 
6U E. Front 
Bailie Peter, mach., 02 Arch 
Baily E. &. Son, (Ezra & llezekiah B.) 

lumber, 5 Kf VV. Front 
Baily Eli, drav., 27!) W. Front 
Baily Ezra, (E. B, & Son„h. 138 Smith 
Baily Hezekiah B., 'E. Baily & Son,) h. 

Kentucky 
Baily Isaac S., policeman, 415 \V. 4th 
Baily John, varnisher, 2d b. John and 

Smith 
Baily Jonathan, cab. mkr., 5 Augusta 
Baily Samuel, 55 Commerce 
Bainbridge Jerome, paver, 65IW. 8th 
Baine Thomas, fruit dealer, 275 Walnut 
Baines Micli.iel, huckster, e.s. Ludlow b. 

3d and Pearl 
Bains Thos. J., fruit dealer, 152i Wal- 
nut, li. 275 Walnut 
Bains Wm. A., carp., 16 Goodloe 
Bair Conrad, brewer, li Providence 
Baird A. II., printer, bds. 125 W. 5th 
Baird David, porter, 286 W. Front 

BAIKD M. W., 
Dress Goods, Cloaks & Mi'linery, 
118 AV. 4th,h. 166 Race 
Baird Wm., cooper, 236 Liua 
Baird Wm. sen., 16 Plum 
Baird Wm. jr., shipping elk., 16 Plum 
Baird Wm. 11., 118 W. 4th, h. 166 llaoe 
Baisch George, silver plater, bds. 31 E. 

Front 
Baiter Jacob, cab. mkr., 153 Everett 
Bakelinj Francis,shoemkr., c. Baymiller 

and W. Liberty 
Bakeman Hy., lab., 170 Church 
Bakenkamp M., bds. American Hotel 
Baker ——.paper carrier, -iOil W. 5lh 
Baker Abraham, waiter, HO W. Pearl 

BAKKR ABRAHAM H., 
Physician, 
316 W. 6th 
Baker Albert, cooper, 17 Madison 
Baker Amelia, widow, bds. 363 W. 9th 

w. of Central av 
Baker Andreas, tinner, 74 Mohawk 
Baker Anna, widow, 11 Ann 
Baker Arthur H., elk., s.w.c. Pearl and 
Walnut, h. 137 W. 4th 

BAKER B. P. &. CO., (Benj. P. B 
& Orville R. Baker.) Wholesale 
grocers, s.e.c. Walnut and 2d 
BAKER. Benj. P., (B. P. B. & Co.) 124 



BAKER Bowman C. (B. & Co.) 306, 

W. 6th 
Baker Chas., barber, 4 Sycamore 
Baker Chas E., elk., s.w.c. 3d and Main 

h. E. Walnut Hills 

BAKER & CO., (Bowman C. Baker, 
Nimrod H. Sinclair, James P. Gar- 
vey & Joel Baker,) Wholesale Gro- 
cers, 29 Main 
Baker Conr.ad, mach., 381 Bremen 
Baker David, surveyor, 73 W. 3d, h. 125 
Clay 

BAKER DAVID F., Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in Hats, Caps, Furs, 
&c., 144 Walnut, h. 319 W. 4th 
Baker Diana, laundress, 141) W. Pearl 
Baker Elizabeth, cigars and tobacco, 382 

Baymiller 
Baker Fannie, teacher, 3d intermediate 

school bds. Mt. Auburn 
Baker Frank, moulder, 337 Clark 
Baker Fred., baker, n s. Western av. nr 

Poplar [Liberty 

Baker Geo., tailor, 63 Broadway, h. 132 
Baker Geo. W., finisher, 337 Lon;.;worth 
Baker Gustav, brass finisher, 461 Walnut 
Baker H., carpet and willow ware, 319 

Vine 
Baker H. L., packer, 53 W. Pearl, h.265 

W.Hth 
Baker Harriett, seamstress, bds Pleasant 

Court b. Race and Elm 
Baker Hy., chair mkr., 201 Clark 
Baker Increase, coal 

e.c. Butler and Front 



Baker J. M., tailor, wks. 74 W. 6th 
Baker J. Samuel, b.k., at Hieatt Sc 

Woods, res. Newport 
Biker Jacob, barber, 4 Sycamore 
Baker Jane, 422 Broadway 
B iker Jane, 337 Lonsfworth 
BAKER Joel, (B. &Co.) h. Newport 
Baker John, engineer, bds. 27>S Cutter i 
Baker John, lab., s.s. Friendship b. Pike 

and Butler 
Baker John A., wharf master, 276 Rich- 
mond 
Baker John H., driver, s.s. Poplar b. 

John aiid Linn 
Baker John H., chair mkr., bds. 204 

Clark 
Baker John J., brush mkr., wks. 211 

Walnut 
B.aker John S., atty., 143 Walnut, res. 

E Walnut Hills 
BAKER John W., (B. & Von Phul,) h. 

Covington 
Baker Jos., engineer, 511 E. Front 
Baker Lewis, salesman, 144 Walnut, h. 

319 W. 4th 
Baker Lewis H., salesman, 144 Walnut, 

res. Storrs tp 
Baker Louis, weaver, 773 Main 
Baker Mary, 175 W. Canal 
B.iker N. A., printer, wks. 135 Main, h. 

Covington 
Baker Nancy, 86 Butler 
Baker Nathan F., administrator of John 

Baker's estate, 39 W. 4th, res. E. 

Walnut Hills 
Baker Nicholas, trunk mkr., 507 Plum 
Baker Nichohis, varnisher, 263 Clinton 
BAKER Orville (B., B.P. Baker &Co) 

s.e.c. Walnut and 2d 
Baker Peter, brk. Layer, 222 Linn 
Baker Peter, Plum b. Oliver and Findlay 
Baker Philip, elk., 213 W. 6th, bds. 102 

Walnut 
Baker Robert, block mkr., wks- River b. 

Lawrence and Ludlow, h. Newport 
Baker Rudolph, conductor, 153 Bank 
BaKer Ruffia Stephen, waiter, 140 W. 

Pearl 
Baker S.T.. ticket agt., L. M.R. R. bds. 

Spencer House 

BAKER THOMAS F., Ornamental 
Iron Works and Iron Railing Man- 
ufacturer, 275 W. 5th, h. 345 W. 5th 
Baker Valentine, painter, 81 Bremen 
Baker Victor, lab., 71 Hugh 

BAKER (St VON PHUL. (John W. B. 
& Henry V.P.) Lamps and Gas 
Fixtures, 62 W. 4th 
Baker Wm,, dray., n.w.c. North and 
New " [ley's 

Baker Wm.. finisher, wks. Lane & Bod- 
Baker Wm., errand boy. 196 W. Pearl 
Baker Wm. A., bds. 52 W. 9th 
Bakerstadt Frank, varnisher. 6 Pleasant 
Baket J. M., student, bds. 189 Barr 
BukewellThos. W., b.k., 77 Walnut, h. 

138 E. 3d 
Bakhaus Adolphus, elk., 522 Sycamore 
Bakliaus Charles, drugjjist, n.w.c. 7th 

and Main, h. 522 Sycamore 
Balage Franz, stone breaker, 380 Broad- 
way 
Balage Hy.. finisher, *5 Spring 
Balahf , 17 Wadeb. Linn and Bay- 
miller 

BALCH ISAAC D. 
Attorney at Law, 4 W. 3d c. of Main, 
b.ls. Henrie House 
Bildautr Frederick, atty., 19 W. 3d, h. 

29 Jackson 
Baldauff Laina, teacher, 13th dist. school 
BaldauCf W., tanner, 375 W. Liberty 
Baldock Amia, 45 K. 4th 
Baldock Willis, dray, bds. Congress Ex- 
change 
Baldrich S., 283 George 
EALDRIDQE David A. (Minor & An- 
drews), h. New Orleans 
Baldridge Eliza, Pleasant Court b. Race 

and Elm 
Baldwin A., painter, 270 Richmond 
Baldwin A. C., salesman, n.e.c. Vine and 

2d, h, Covington 
Baldwin Almon, landscape painter, s.e.c, 
4th and Walnut (up stairs) h. 280 
Richmond 



Baldwin Arnmi, teller, Bk. of the 0. val- 
ley, h.28b Race 

BALDWIN & CO. (Ele.izerB. B.ald 
win.Wm B. Kennedy, Eli C. Bald- 
win & J. Dan Jones). Eagle Match 
Factory, c. Flint and Freeman 
Baldwin DwightH., music teacher, 198 

George 
Baldwin E. A., teacher. 166 Richmond 
Baldwin ErastuaA. (B.. Whately &.Co.) 

6th b. Home and Harriet 
BALDWIN Eleazer B. (B. i Co.) 232 

Richmond 
BALDWIN Eli C. (Baldwin, Whately 4: 

Co.) and (B. & Co.) l-)6 Richmond 
Baldwin Elijah S,. express driver. Home 

nr. 6th 
Baldwin Eliza, 150 Clark 
Baldwin Elizabeth, widow, 123 Linn 
BALDWIN Frank H. (Moore. Witstach, 

Keys & Co.) bds Burnet House 
Baldwin II. W.. watchman, n.w.c. 3d and 

Ludlow 
Baldwin James G., b.k., 13 W.Sd, h. 353 

W. 7 th 
Baldwin James H. (Saunders & B.) 238 

Clark 
Baldwin Jennie, seamstress, 193 W. 

Court w. of Central av 
Baldwin John A., auctioneer, 154 Main, 

h. 363 Central av 
Baldwin John H., salesman, 89 W. Pearl, 

h. 30 Peny 

BALDWIN JOSEIH, 
Carpenter and Builder, 
302 Elm 
Baldwin Jotham F., atty., 4 W. 3d, bds. 

Henrie House 
Baldwin Robert, salesman, 87 Main, b 

Jamestown, Ky 
Baldwin Stephen, dray, 1.59 W. 9th 
Baldwin Theophilus P., teller, 13 W. 3cl, 

h. 270 Richmond 
Baldwin, AVhately & Co. (Erastus A. B., 

Jly. W. & Eli C. Baldwin) Cincinna- 
ti saw mill, junction 6th and Front 
Baldwin Wm., lab., 176 W. Court, w. of 

Central av 
Baldwin Wm. A., saddler, 18=1 Cutter 
Baldwin Wm. H., atty., 4 W. 3d, bds. 

Henrie House 
Baldwin Wm. S., express man, 159 W. 

9th 
Baler George, cooper, 284 W. Liberty 
Balen Charles, carriage mkr., 74 W. 

Court 
Balgenort Mrs. Mary, 499 Race 
Balinger Martin, ciirp.. 25 Providence b. 

Oliver and Findlay 
Balke Cisper H.. lab., 12 Hughes 
BALKE Julius, (Holzhalbe 8t B.) 22 

Webster 
Ball Albert, baker, bds. 149 W. Court, w. 

of Central av 

BALL & BALL (Flamen B. &. Fljsmen 
B..jr,) Attorneys at Law, 
6E.3d 
BALL Flamen IB. & Ball) h. Clifton 
BALL Flamen, jr. {B. & Ball) h. Ciifton 
BALL G. W. (G. W, B. & Co.) res. Cov- 
incton, Ky 

BALL G. W. & CO.. Stove &. Hollow 
Ware Mannfs., 
32 and 34 Main 
Ball Hy. J., carp., 734 E. Front [4th 
BALL J. P., photograph gallery. 32 W. 
Ball John, cab. mkr., bds. 115 Elm 
Ball Joseph, lab., bds. 345 Broadway 
Ball John H., cab. mkr., wks. 168 W. 2d 
Ball Matthew, lab., bds. 345 Broadway 
Ball Robert G., photographist, 10 W. 5th, 

bds. Dumas Hotel 
Ball Silver, cab. mkr., Livingston b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Ba'l Susan, bds. 64 Bremen 
BALL T. C. (B. & Thom.as) 120 W. 4fh 

BALL & THOM AS(T. C. B. &. A. 3. T.) 
Photograph Gallery, 
120 W. 4th 
Ball Wm., carp., bds. 206 W. 5th 
BallanceChas., elk.. 225 Richmond 
Ballance Eliza, 337 Race 
Ballance John, 337 Race 

BALLANCE JOHN HOWARD, 
Tanner and Wool Dealer, 
108 Canal, h. 337 Race 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CANFIELD & BERTRAM, 



-DEALERS IN — ■ 



GOALiio mm 

FIRE BRiCK AND CLAY. 

OFFICE AND YARD, 197 EAST FROM STREET, 

SoiUAiide, deliceeii Butler Street and sriaini Canal, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Constantly on hand a supply of Youuhiogheny, Peach 
Orchard, Cannel. Syracuse and Hertford City Coal, McKees- 
port and Connellsville Coke, Fire Brick and Clay. Also, 
Manufacturers of City-made Coke. 



THOMAS DODSWORTH. 



M. DODSWORTH, 



D 



T. & M. DODSWORTH, 

VVliolesale and Retail Dealers in 

eaii & mm 

On Hand at all times a superior article of 

Cannel, Youghiogheny, Peach Orchard, 

POMEROT, HAKTFORD CITY, AND STRACISE 

Also, on hand, the best brands Fire Brick and Clay. 

Otfict &yard,Blo. lOJ S. E.Cor.Ffi)ut k kwrenee. 



SKAATS $. ANGEVINE, 

Yard, Cop. Sixth and Freeman Sts. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Always on hand, best 

YOUGHIOGHENY AKD OTHER 

COA.LS. 

Purchasers may depend on getting the strict measure. 



JOHN BONTE & CO. 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 

MANILLA, COTTON 

mm^ m^ mmu ftmij ^nn. 

CORDS, LINES & TWINES, 

In all their variety. 

Main Street, one door south of Front, 



AMERICAN 

co]si:PA.isrY, 

S. E. Cor. Fourth and Main Sts., 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



GEO. T. JONES, Superintendent. 



0. WOLF & CO. 



MAMFACTIRERS OF 



Hollow and Enameled Ware, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO^ 



TEtecMfm 

CINCINNATI OFFICE, 

DERBY'S BUILDING, 

South-west Cor. Third and Walnut Sts. 



A\S()\ STAGER, General Superintendent. 
CDAS. DAVENPORT, Su'pt Southern Division. 



530 A. KRAMER, 530 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of 

FURHIIUR[illllD CHAIRS, 

Warerooms, No. 530 Main Street, 

East side, bet. 'Woodward and Franklin, 

Steam Factory, No. 11 Franklin Street, 

CINCINNATI, O. 

Keeps constantly on hand a large stock of well-made 
Furniture, of all kinds, at the lowest prices. 

All orders received through the Post Office, will be 
promptly attended to. 



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Ballard George, sawyer, wks. Meader & 

Co 
Ballard 0. W.. b.k.,32 and34Mam,bds. 

Burnet House 
Ballard Samuel, sawyer, wks. Meader &. 

Co 
Ballard Taylor, sawyer, wks. Meader & 

Co 
Ballard Thomas, cof. h., 438 W. Front 
Ballarger Hy., cooper, 65 Hunt 
Ballauf L., tanner, n s. Wade b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Ballenberg Louis, cutter, 17 College 
Ballenberg Meier, cutter, 35 W. Pearl, h. 

17 College 
Ballman Frank, hostler, 64 Richmond 
Ballman Hy., s.w.c. 3d and Sycamore 
Ballman Hy.. elk., 95 W. Court 
Ballman Hy. G.,shoemkr., 89 Pendleton 
Ballmann Ulrich, teacher, St. Paul's 

school, h.lOG Aliigail 
Ballmeyer Ernst H , lab., 2 Mulbeny 
Ballmire Frank, chair mkr., 579 Race 
Balman Conrad, cab. mkr., 149 Bank 
Balser Conrad, shaving saloon, n.w.c. 

Elm and Water 
Balser Mahlon, edge tool mkr., s.e.c. 

Lock and 5th, res. Brooklyn, Ky 
Baltmou Barney, rope mkr., 100 Carr 
Baltz Peter, brewer, wks. Kaufman's 

Brewery 
Baltzeanot Wm„ shoemkr. 407 Central 

av 
Balz John, hatter, bda. s.e.c. 14th and 

Race 
Bamber Edward, paper hanger, 57 W. 

9th w. of Central av 
Bamber R., blksmith, wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Bamberger Aaron. 240 Broadway 
Bamberger Eliza, IV Harrison 
Bamberger Geo., porter, 340 Walnut 
Bamberger Philip, clothier. 15 W. 9th 
Bament John, carp., Fulton nr. Forrest 

Bamer A., shoemkr., wks. 268 Main, h. 

c. Broadway and Abigail 
Bamer'Theodore, feed store, s.s. Findlay 

b. John and Central av 
Bamer Wm., 160 E. 5th 
Bamgarth M.. cooper, wks. 513 3d 
BamselChas., shoemkr., bds. 404 Walnut 
Bauciar Martin, lithographer, c. Canal 

and Liberty 
Banckhardt Ily., 542 Elm 
Banckhardt Geo. C, painter, 542 Elm 
Banckhaidt Valentine, ornamental japan- 

ner. 542 Ehn.wks. Geo. D. Winchells 
Bancroft G. H., bds. Walnut St. House 
Bancroft Geo. A., stone cutter, bds. Tele- 
graph House 
Bancroft N., bds. 160 Longworth 
Bandorf August., plater. 56 13th 
Bane James, lab., 56 Providence 
Baner Adam, grocer, StU b. Canal and 

Culvert 
Banett Franz, wagon mkr., 400 Broad. 

way 
Bange Fred., cigars, n.w.c. John and 

Liberty 
Banger Bernard, teamster, wks. at A. 

Buchanan's 
Bangor Barney, cart driver, bds. 466 W. 

Front 
Bangs E. A., meat store, 648 E. Front, 

h. 653 E. Front 

BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY, 
65W.3d 

BANK OF SAVINGS, 
111 W. 6th 
Alex. Van Hamm, prop 
Banker W., wood sawyer, 170 Everett 
Bankner John P., eng.. c. Front and 

Smith 
Banks Georgianne, 37 W. Court w. of 

Central av 
Banks Harriett E., 37 W. Court w. of 

Central av 
Banks J. Duncan, elk., s.w.c. 3d and 

Walnut 
Banks Jedediah, 53 Webster 
Banks John D., commercial agt., 356i 

George 
Banks Mary, 356^ George 
Banks Peyton, porter, 63 Pierson 



Banks Wm., foreman, 34 Rittenhouse 
Bannahan John, express man, U33 W. 5th 
Bannan Owen, grocer, n.s. Culvertb. 6th 

and 7th 
Bannan Terrence, cooper, 6th b. Culvert 

and Broadway 
Bannasoh Fred , salesman, 12 W. Pearl. 

bds. German House 
Bannen Michael, blksmith, bds. 230 W. 

Front 
BANNING David (D. &J. W. B.). Gov 

inston 

BANNING D. & J. W. fDavidB. &. 
Jeremiah W B.) Com. and Fwd. 
Mers., 32 Waln<Ut 
BANNING Jeremilh W. (D. & J. W. 

B.) Covington 
Banning Patrick, lab., wks. Lane &. 

Bodley's 
Bannister Geo. C. finisher. 218 W. Court 

BANNISTER ISAAC, 
Paper Han^er, 
505 W. 8th 
Bannister M. E., teacher, s.w.c. Belts 

and Cutter 
Bannon Alice, 298 John 
Bante Frank, 102 Abigail 

BANTLIN & COMPTON, (Julius J. 
B. & Wm. A. C) Saddlery Hard- 
ware, Leather, and Findings, s.e.c. 
Main and Court House Bldg 
BANTLIN Julius J. (B. & Compton) 58 

W. 13th 
Bantta Hy., cooper, 55 Buckeye 
Bantz Fred., watchmkr., bds. 59 W. 6th 
Bantz John, blKsmith, wks. 9 E. 6th 
Bantzel Wm., lab., 03 Abiirail 
Banyard Geo., cab. mkr., 5 Augusta 
Banyart Jacol), moulder, wks.'llunt E. 

Broadway 
Bappert Peter, porter, 41 Walnut, h. c. 

Walnut and Front 
Baptiste Eve, e.s. M. Canal b. 8th and 

Court 
Baptiste Frances, seamstress, M. Canal 

b. 8th and 9th 
Baptiste Nicholas, lab., Bedinger nr. M. 

Canal 
Barbarnais J., brewer, wks. 721 Elm 
Barbaro Dominiuk S.,confec.,10 Broad- 

• way, h. Newport 
Barbaroness , portrait painter, 109 

George 
Barbenchon F. G.,(B. & Jones,) bds. 

250 Walnut 
Barbenchon & Jones, (F. G. B. & J. V. 

J.) painters, n.e.c 6th and Walnut 
Barber Elizabeth, laundress, s.s. Front 

b. Louis and Vance 
Barber Dr. Geo., 26 Bank BIdgs., 8 W. 

3d, h. Alexandria, Ky. 
Barber J., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Barber John, salesman, 77 W. .5th, h s. 

e.c. Woodward and Broadway 
Barber John W., painter, bds. 350^ W. 

5th 
Barber Joseph, sawyer, wks. s.s. Front b. 

Butler and Canal, h. Newport 
Barber Lewis C, stair bldr., 13 W. 3d 
Barber Robt. B . , carp . , bds. 350>i W. 

5th 
Barber Saml., carp., bds. 55 Belts 
Barber Samuel, lab., n.w.c. John and 

Laurel 
Barber V.. confec, 39 Central av. 

BARBOUR A. E., 
Boots and Shoes, 140 W. 5th, 
bds. 164 Plum 

BARBOUR Goodrich H., (Shaw,Buel& 
B.; bds. Burnet House 

BARBOUR Lucius, (Shaw, Buel & B.) 
Hartford, Ct. 

Barbour Vincent, fruit stand, 21 Public 
Landing, h. 54 Vine 

Barbre John, oyster depot, 400 Broad- 
way 

Barclay Jas.. printer, 310 W. 5th 

Barclay W. P., bk. mkr., bds. 420 Free- 
man 

Barclitch Ily., grocer, c. of Smith and 
Ormsby al. 

Bard Archibald, cab. mkr., 81 Pleasant 

Bard Gabriel H., blksmith, W. 6th b. 
Harriet and Home 

Bard Saml., 562 E. Front 



Bard Svlvester W., livery stable, 56 Belts 
Bard Wm. M., bk. layer, bds. 54 14th 
Bardes Christopher, butcher, 28 Court 

St. Market 
Bardes Hy., meal store, 667 Vine 
Bardes John, horse trader, 11 15th 
Bardes Louis C.,bk. binder, CollegeHall 
Bldg., Walnut b. 4th and 5th, h. 605 
Elm 
Bardie Jacob, (Raquet t B.) 32 Hughes 
Bardo John, cof. h., 290 Ham. Road 
Bare Conrad, finisher, 501 Plum 
BARE Martin, (B. &. West,) h. Coving- 
ton, Ky. 
Bare Michael, peddler, 2S8 George 
Bare Nicholas, carp., 709 Race 

BARE & WEST, (Martin B. &; Henry 
F. W.jr.) Importers of China, Glass 
and Queensware, n.w.c. Pearl and 
Walnut 
Bare Wm., finisher, wks. at A. B. Hola- 

hird & Co's 
Barefuss Joseph, cig. mkr., bds. Ham. 

Ro;id b. Poplar and Locust 
Bareman Francis, rag dealer, 511 Plum 
B;irentz Jane, servt., 319 W. 6th 
Barfoot Edward, 366 W. Liberty 
Bargan Bridget, 132 W. 9th 
Bargelt Geo., optician, s.w.c. 5th and 

Race, h. 164 Mound 
Bargenkamp Hy., lab., 168 Freeman 

11 ARGER JOHN NELSON, 
\ Hat Store, 2.52 W. 5th, 
-' h. 250 W. 5th 
B ARGER MARY JANE, 
Millinery, 
251) West 5th 
Barger Peter, lab., 486 Walnut 
Barget Hy., watchman, n.s. Front b. 

Foster and Kelly 
Bargh Fred., cooper, 18 Madison 
Barghaus J. G , porter, 9 Pub. Landing 
Bargman Hy., sawyer, 484 W. 6th 
Bargmaun Fred., cab. mkr., wks, 396 W. 

Pearl 
Barhry Hy., b.k., bds. 34 Longworth 
Baring Adolphus, elk. bds. 11-5 Court 
Baring Fred , drover, 29 Dudley 
Baling Hermann, cooper. Woodward b. 

Pendleton and Spring 
BariDger Hy., wks. 70 W. Court 
Bark John, hod carrier, s.s. David nr. 

Cutter 
Barkalow A. B,, elk., bds. c. Cutter and 

Belts 
Barkalow W. T., soap and candle manuf. 

78 Poplar, res. Franklin, 0. 
Barkau Hy., cof. h., 357 Ham. Road 
Barki Bridget, seryt., 47 Chestnut 
Barke Wm., maeh., Ohanning & Young 
Barl<eling John, H., tailor, 149 Abigail 
BARKER D.F.,(B., Hart & Cook,) h 

Ple;isant Ridge 
Barker Edward, car mkr., foreman, 9 E. 

6th, h. 32 E. 6lh 
Barker Eliza, e.s. O'Rielly al. b. 3d and 

Pearl 
Barker Geo , bk. binder, 137 Walnut, h 

Covington [way 

Barker Geo., lab., s.s Court e. of Eroad- 

BAKKER, HART & COOK, (J. H. B., 
D. F. B., M. H. & Thodore C.) 
Boat Stores and Ship Chandlers, 44 
Pub. Landing 
Barker Isaac, moulder, Water b. Plum 

and Central av. 
Barker Israel, peddler, 205 Elm 
BARKER J. H.. (B., Hart & Cook,) 145 

Elm 
Barker Jas., plasterer, bds. 326 Main 
Barker Julia, h. 1 J5 W. 8th 
Barker Mnigarel, rear of 219 Water 
Barker Peter, barber, 46 W. 6th, h. 137 

Canal 
Barker Robt., 187 Longworth 
Barker Wm., 7 Harrison 
Barker Wm., mach., wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Barker Mrs. Wm., 453 George 
Barker Wm. H., brass finisher, Water b. 

Plum and Central av. 
Barkermier Hy., lab., 223 Belts 
Barkerville John, carriage mkr., 88 Can" 
Barkbaus Bernard, lab., 155 Clark 
BARKHOUSE Julius, (Goldsmith, B.& 

Co.) bds. 145 Longworth 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



OEORG^E STACY, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Gasometers, "Wrought-Iron Roofs, Purifiers, Girders, Joists, 

WRouGnx-moN bridges, and hvdraulic seals, 

RAMSEY STaEEF, - - OPPOSITE O. & M. R. R. DEPOT. 

N. B. — Roofs covered with either Sheet Iron or Slate. 

REFEIIKNCKS. Gas Light and Coke Companies of Cincinnati. D:iyton, Cleveland, Memphis, Lexington. Ky.: Coving- 
ton, Ky.; Frankfort, Kv.; EvansviUe, Ind.; Springfield, Ohio ; Dubuque, Iowa,; Davenport, Iowa,. Springfield, lU.; Keo- 
kuk. Iowa.; Madison, Wis.; Piqua, Ohio,; Rioine. Wi^.; Ottawa. III.; Freeport, III.; Rockford, III.; Uamilton, Ohio,; Lan- 
caster, Ohio,; Jno. Jeffrey & Co., Civil Engineers, Cincinnati, Ohio. 




JOHN W. COSLINS, 

CIIIIIAIIS HAlFiCTIRt 



Corner Sixth and Sycamore Sts., Cincinnati, O. 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of 



LS^fe 



Warerooms, IVo. 85 Sycamore Street, between Third and Fourth, 
aud Ao> 52 Eighth Street, Hast, Cincinnati, O. 

N. B. — Work done to order ; Furniture repaired; Upholstery done with neatness and dispatch. Terms moderate. 



H . H A b: ]>i: A N , 

STEAM CORDAGE MANUFACTURER 

THo. Ui Columbia Street, bet. Park aud Mill, 
CINCINNATI/O. 

JI3=A1I kinds of Slanilla, Hemp, Cotton, and Tarred 
Ropes, Bed Cords, Sash Cords. Packing Yarn, Tarred Yarn, 
Twine, &c. All orders promptly attended to. 



MIDDLETON, STROBRIDGE & CO. 

LITHOGRAPH ]:RS, 

lafraTers and Flat© Ffiaters 

No. 115 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, 0. 



WM.H. THOMPSON. 



J. H. TAAFFE. 



THOJriPSOJV & TAAFFE, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS & COMMISSION 

MERCHANTS, 

61 Main St., bet. Pearl and Columbia, Cin,, 0. 



I. O. a E S N E R, 

A^ent for Granniss, Tayloi & Co. 

MONUMENTAL OYSTER CO. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Wholesale and Retail Depot, %il Walnut Street, 

Between Fifth and Si.xth Streets, Cincinnati, 0. 
U^/Tresh Oysters received daily by Adams Express Co. 



CHARLES ORAHAM. 



ROBERT QRAHAM 



CHAS. GRAHAM & BRO., 

Machine Blacksmiths 

277 WEST FRONT STREET, 

CINCINNAXI, OHIO. 



Manufacturers of Bridge Bolts and all kinds 
of Blacksmithing. 



TIIOS. W. FARRIN, 



JOHN K. GREEN. 



T. W. FAKRTN & CO., 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Pine, Poplar & Oak Building Lumber, 

CEDAR, LOCUST & OAK FENCLNG POSTS. 
Yard on Freeman St., ppp. Georse. 



D. S. CAKRICK, 

SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUN^ MAKER. 

102 Main Street, bet. 3rd and 4th, Cin'ti. 



SAMUEL A. SARGENT, 

REAL ESTATE AND LOAN BROKER, 

No. 2 APOLLO BUILDINGS, 
Corner of Fifth and Walnut Sts., Cincinnati, 0, 



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BARKHOUSE Louis, (Goldsmith, Bark- 
house & Co.) b(is. 145 Longworth 
Barkman Gotleib, lab., wks. s.e.c. 8th 

and Broadway 
Barkmann Hy., driver, 11 Providence 
Barklase Clemence, clg. mkr., 388 Bay- 
miller 
Barlage Gerhard, finisher, 462 John 
Barlage Hy., shoemUr.. 368 liaymiller 
Barlpr E. A., b.k., 19 E. i-'d, h. 3(5 Rich- 
mond 
Barley John, lab., 492 E. Front 
Barling Maria, laundress, n.vv.c. 7th and 

Sycamore 
Barlkarap B., lab , wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Barlor Francis, lab., wks. Greenwood's 
foundry 

Barlow , bds. 138 Longworth 

Barlow A. C, elk., Spencer House 
Barlow Ily., cooper, Hunt b. Broadway 
and Sycamore 

BARLOW JOKL J., 
Salesman, 
n.ec. 5th and Race 
Barlow John, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and M. 

Canal 
Barlow John, cooper, Hunt b. Sycamore 

and Broadway 
Barlow Warren S.. agt., 10 Gest 
Barly C, widow, W. Liberty b. Baymil- 

ler and Freeman 
Barman Michael, stone mason, n.s. Nas- 
sau b. Broad and Brooklyn 
Barmeyer Hermann, currier, 204 Clark 
Baro Chas., mach., bds. Jones House, c. 

9th and Sycamore 
Barna Wm., carver. 87 W. Front 
Barnard Alanson, coal oil dealer, 8th b. 
Sycamore and Broadway, h. 12(1 
Spring 
Barnard Geo , carp., wks. 437 Free- 
man 
Barnartl Geo., wks. Cin. Type Foundry, 

h. 295 Clark 
Barnard Martin, bds. Allegheny House 
Barnard Mary, servt., Burnet House 
Barnen Dennis, iab., bds. Fremont nr. 

W. W. Canal 
Barnes Anna, widow, 6C Dudley 
Barnes B. G., bds. Walnut St. House 
Barnes Chas . mach., bds. Jones House 
Barnes Francis, lab., n.w.c. Tth and Sy- 
camore 
Barnes Harman, porter, rear of 25 Com- 
merce 
Barnes Hy., printer, bds. Hawley House 
Barnes Hy., boatman, bds. 100 W. 5th 
Barnes John, printer Enquirer ofBce 
Barnes John H., carp., 1308 E. Front 
Barnes Julia, servt., Madison House 
Barnes Lyman L. salesman, 93 W. Pearl, 
h. 295 W. 4t!i 

BARNES R. G., 
Merchant Tailor, 
155 Main 
Barnes Thos., designer, 19 W. 5th 
BARNES Wm. H.,(D. B. George & Co.) 

174 E. Pearl e. of Broadway 
Barnett Evaline, seamstress, 1158 E. 

Front 
Barnett Hy., peddler, 73 W. Court 
Barnett Jacob, blksmith, 105 York 

BARNET JAMES, 
Chiropodist, s.w.c. 4th and Main, 
h. Walnut Hills 
Barnett Jas., confec, 60 Mound 
Barnett Jas. E., teller, 26 W. 3d, h.36 

Longworth 
Barnett Ralph, eng., 38 Pike 
Barnett Richard, 181 Sring 
Barnett Saml., S. B. pilot, bds. Evans 

Hotel 
Barney E.J. ,bk. of the Ohio Valley 

Bank, h. Mt. Auburn 
Barney II H., 281 Longworth 
Barney Howard, salesman, 55 W. 4th 
BARNEY Roderick D., aiobt. Clarke & 

Co.) 281 Longworth 
Barney Theo., cab. mkr., 114 Betts 
Barney William, chair mkr., wks. 2d b. 

John and Smith 
Barnich Uy , tailor, 177 Hopkins 
Barning Bernard, (Grothe & B.) Gest b. 

Freeman and Carr 
Barnish Frid., salesman, bds. 59 W. 6th 



BARNITZ MACK R., Book and Map 
Publisher, :W & 4U W. 4th, up stairs 
h. 27(1 Vf. 4th 
Barnmiller Ernst, varnisher, wks. s.w.c. 

2d and Elm 
Barnum E. H., ins. agt., 82 W. 3d 
Barnum Francis D., salesman, sw.c. 4th 
and Walnut, bds. s e.c. George and 
Plum 
Barnum Stephen G., steward, 98 E. 5th 
Barnwell Geo., slice manuf., 401 W. Gth 
Baron Jacob, shoemkr., 49 Finrilay 
Barr Amos, manufac, Victory Mills, Co- 
vington 
Barr Andrew .1.. steward, bds. 119 John 
Barr & Ayers, (Baldwin B & Jas. W A.) 
carps and builders, 120 Central av. 
Barr Baldwin. (B. tc. Ayers) 555 Freeman 
Bar Casiraer, tailor, 168 Linn 
Barr Chas., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Barr David, s.w.c. Mound and Barr 
Barr Elizabeth, seamstress, n s. Front b, 

Kelly and Lumber 
Barr Geoige, mach., 19 Race 
Barr George W., moulder, 19 Race 
Barr Henry, (Frazer & Barr) 3-i Hatha- 
way 
Barr Hy. H., sash and blind manufac, 
s.e.c. Front and Lumber, h. Barr al. 
b. Front and River 
BARR Hugh, (B., McGrew & Co.,) res. 

Covington 
Barr John, grocer, 246 Elm 
BARR L. T., (Wilson, Garliok & Co.,) 
97 E.4th 

BAKR, McGREW & CO., (Hugh B., 
Wm. H. McG., Robert Boyd &. Pe- 
ter Boyington.) Manufacturers and 
Dealers in Pig Iron and Blooms, 3d 
Walnut 
Barr Mary, s w.c. Barr and Mound 
Barr Mary A., seamstress, nr. River b. 

Barr and Green al. 
Barr Martin, painter, n.w.c. 5th and Har- 
riet al 
Barr Rachel, 252 Longworth 
Barr Samuel, carp., Torrence nr. Forest 

av. 
Barr Samuel. lumber, s.e.c. Front and 
Lumber, h. Eastern av. nr. Railroad 
Barr Stephen, teamster, n.s. Front b. 

Kelly and Lumber 
Barratt Wm., dray, 484 Broadway 
BarrattWm., salesman, 30 W. 4th, bds. 

145 Sycamore 
Barre Patrick, bds. 84 E. 5th 
Barrel! Charles, b.k. 343 W. 4th 
Barren Francis, servt.. 135 York 
Barrels Henry, cigar mkr., bds. n.w.c. 

Clark and Cuiter 
Barrett Alfreil. mach., I6 Harrison 
Barrett Anna 51) E. Tth 
Barrett E. D., mach., h. 51 Jackson 
Barrett Edward, carp., n.s. Gth above 

Baum 
Barrett Elbridge G., 152 W. 4th 
Barrett Geo W.. cof. h., 2U6 W. Gth 
Barrett George W., barber, wks. 4 Bur- 
net House, h. 150 W. Pearl 
Barrett Jas., bar. k. Spencer House Sa- 
loon 
Barrett Jas., tailor, 123 Walnut, h. 91 

Longworth 
Barrett John, National Theatre, h. 45 E. 
3rd 

BARRETT JOSEPH H., 
Editor Gazette, 
bds. 15.> W. 4th 
Barrett L. S., teacher of Penmanship, 

bds. s.w.c. 3d and Broadway 
Barrett Lawrence, carp., n.s. Cth above 

Baum 
Barrett Leonard, elk., 53 W. Pearl, bds. 

91 E. 3d 
Barrett .Mary, seamstress, bds. Fulton b. 

Ilazen and French 
Barrett Mary, se;vt., 125 W.5th 
Barrett Michael, cof. h., mz \V. Front 
Barrett Michael, lab., e.s. Ludlow b. 3d 

and Pearl 
Barrett Oliver R., carp, and builder, 105 

Clinton 
Barrett Patrick, lab., 61 W. Water 
Barrett Mary, teacher for the Kalestheni- 

um, 91 E. 3d 



Barrett Samuel. 77 Laurel 

Barrett Samuel, gent's furnishing goods, 

115 Walnut, res. Mt. Pleasant 
Barrett Samuel, lab. s.s. 6th b. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Barrett Scott, elk. 115 Walnut, res. Mt. 

Pleasant 
BARRETT Silas M.. (Tylor & B. & Wa- 
ters & C.) h. 399 Richmond and 

Avondale 
Barrett Spring, 91 E. 3d 
Barrett Theodore, caulker, Fulton b. 

French and Ilazen 
Barrett Thomas, lab., wks. Gas Works 
Barrett Wm., elk., bds. 145 Sycamore 
Barrett Wm., lab., 5/ Pendleton 
Barrett Wm.. T., carp., bds. 105 Clinton 
Barrett Y.. lab., wks. w.s. Wood b. 3d 

and 5th 
Barrick Adam, cooper, Gest b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Barrick Louisa, teacher at Third District 

School, h. 147 E 3d 
Barrick Rebecca, 147 E. 3de. of Lock 
Barrick Wm., carp., 117 Martin 
Barringer George, conductor, 144 Smith 

BARKINGER GEORGE L., General 
Freight Agent. Indianapolis & Cin- 
cinnati Railroad Company, 60 W. 
3d, h. 144 Smith [9th 

Barringer H D., messenger bds. 52 W. 
Barringer Martin, printer, bds. s.w.c. 5th 

and Broadway 
Barrington James, tailor, bds. 70 Syca- 
more 
Barrington John, messenger. 257 W. 9th 
Barrington Wm., b.k., Merchants' E.x- 
change, h. 257 W. 9th w. of Central 
av. 
Barrmin Thos.. whitewasher, 133 Barr 

I)ARRON JOHN, 
■) Currier. 28 Water, 
'' h.3J3John 
Barrows I. F., carriage mkr., wks. Geo. 

C. Miller & Sons 
Barry Mrs. Catharine, Langdon al.b. 6th 

and 7lh 
Barry Charles B., grocer, 244 W. 3a 
Bany David, watchman, rear 21 Mill 
Barry Dennis. pauiter,22 Ann 
Barry Ellen, laundress, 447 W. 2d 
Barry John, elk., 9 E.fith 
Barrv John, lab., Langdon al. b. 6th and 

7 th 
BarryJohn,lab.,447 W. 2d 
Barrey John, mer., 60y_Ceiitral av. 
Barry Joseph, boiler, 37 Central av. 
Barry Mary. 429 W. 2d 
Barry Patrick, 447 W. 2d 
Bairy Patrick, jr , lab., 447 W. 2d 
Birry Richard, lilksmith, 301 Central av. 
Barry Richard, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Kim 

and Pearl 
Barry Thos., hostler, al. b. 5th and Cth 

and Main and Sycamore 
Barry Thos., marble cutter, bds. 49 Race 
Barry Thos. B.. elk., s.w.c. A'iueandBa- 

ker, h. 240 W. 3d 
Barry Wm., tinsmith, 1515 E. Front 
Barrv Wm. B., (Wm. B. B. & Co.,) 240 

W. 3d 
Barry Wm. B. & Co.. (Wm. B. B.) Ex- 
change Office, s.w.c. Vine and Baker 
Barset B., lab., 389 W. Liberiy 
Barshan Fred., lab., 53 Woodw.ard 
Barsnns J. L., elk., s.w.c. Vine and 

Court 
Barstow Amos C, (Breed, B. &, Co.,) 

res. Providence, R. I. 
BART Edwin R., (B. & Hicko.x,) 302 

W. 4th 

BART & IIICKOX. (Edwin R. B. & 
William C. H.) India Rubber Goods, 
49 W. 4tti 
Bart Michael, lab., 516 E. Front 
Bartch John, baker, 637 Central ar. 
Bartscher Arnold, book binder, 69 Allison 
Bartel August, 26 Mercer 
Bartel Hy., tailor, 20 Dudley 
Bartel John, boots and siioes, 27 ISth 
Bartel Mathias, lab., 106 Aligail 
Bartel Michael, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Bartel Wm., moulder, 154 Baymiller 
BARTELS August, (B. & Weber,) 26 

Mercer 



54 



CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 



OF CI]VCI]V]VATI, O. 



CAPITAL, 



$100,000. 



OFFICE. SOUTH-WEST COR. FRONT & MAIN STS. 

MARINE, INLAND TRANSPORTATION, AND FIRE RISKS, TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES. 
DIRECTORS: 



JOHN BTJRGOYNE, 
ROBERT MOORE, 
XH. ONQ, 



THOS. R. BIGGS, 
C.L. MOORE, 
J. L. ROSS, 



MARCUS FECnnEIMER, 
F.X. WIEDEMER, 
HENRY ELLIS, 



WILLIAM HEPWORTn, 
S. W. SMITH, 
E. M. SMITH. 



HENRY O. URNER, Secretary. 



JOHJSr BURGOYNE, President. 



T^ASHI]VOTO]V ]M['LEA.]^r Sc CO. 



P.L. WEAYEE. 



lOILEB 



AND 




DEALERS IN 



SEGONB HAND TOILERS AFB E?fGmES, 

Pearl Street, one door East of Ludlow, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

B^°Constantly on hand an assortment of New and Second Hand Boilers, -wbicli they -will Bell 
low, or exchange for old ones. 

W. M'Lean & Co., also have a branch establishment in Madison, Ind., at which place they fill 
orders at the same terms and prices. 



yOSESX^lEI lOXJSXir^EILiXj, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



CO^L ^ND COKE, 

Office and Yard, East side Central Avenue, bet. Second and Front, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

On hand at all times a superior article of 

YOUGHiOGHENY COAL AND CITY MANUFACTURED COKE, 

My facilities for running Coal being ample, I am prepared, at all times, to fill orders 
promptly, and on the most reasonable terms. 



HOLSTEIN & HAUER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
SERPENTINE, GOTHIC AND OTHER 

mwUmmmmim 

IN ALL KINDS OF WOOD. 



m 



OVAL LOOKING GLASS FRAMES 

No. 31 Smith, corner Augusta Street, 
CINCINNATI, 0. 



n. McAlpin. 



B.P. Hi N MAN. 



A. McAlpin. 



McALPIN, HINMAN & CO, 



■DEALERS IN- 



CABINET HARDWARE, 

MATERIALS, 
No. 103 \^-A.L3VXJT ST., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



(BAS) 



CINCINNATI 



(BAT) 



DIRECTORY. 



(BAU) 



55 



Bartels Charles, tailor, 769 Vine I 

T) ARTELS & WECER, (August B. & 



■s, 15 and 17 W. Canal 
Bartes Jacob, meat store, 530 Vine 
Barth Adam, elk., bds. n.w.c. 7th and 

Mound 
Barth Frank, lab., 74 Ham Road 
Barth Fred., goldsmith, 307 Vine 
Barth Fred,, meat store, 104 and 106 W. 

Lilierty 
Barth Ily., finisher, 47 14th 
Barth Michael, tailor, bds. 4G4 "Walnut 
Barthel Fritz, y,hys. 391 Vine 
Bai-thold & Mattel, (Z. B & John M.) 

wax fruit makers, 308 Main 
Barthold Z. (B & Mattel.) 308 Main 
Barllett B., b.k. 88 and 90 W. Pearl, res. 

Glendale 
Bartlett Charles, mach., 70 Kittenhouse 
Bartlett Cornelia, 20 McAlister 
Bartlett Edwin, card writer, 349 "W. 7th 
Bai-tlett Edward G., elk., s.w.c. Wainut 

and Front, res. Glendale 
Bartlett John, lab., 16 Park 
Bartlett Mary, seamstress, 44 New 
BARTLETT Nathaniel P., (E. G. Leon- 
ard Co.) now. 9th 
Bartletc Nelly, 6th b. Broadway and Cul- 
vert 
Bartlett Phipps W., com. mer., 38 Wal- 
nut, res. Covington 
BARTLETT R. & CO., 
Oils, Naval Stores, &c., 
ii3 W. Front 
BARTLETT R. M., Commorcial Col- 
lege, s.w.c. 3d and Walnut 
res. Storrs' tp. 
BARTLETT Reed, (R., B. & Co.,) res. 

Glendale 
Bartlett Wm., elk., 44 New 
Bartley John, laundry, n.s. 6th above 

Baum 
Bartley Mary, laundress, n.s. 6th above 

Baura 
Bartley Peter, steward, 137 W. Canal 
Bartlovve A., manufac, bds. 278 Cutter 
Bartman Ily., tailor, Longworth b. Stone 

and Hoadly 
Bartol Ily., dray, 50 Race 
Barton Anna, servt., 358 W. 8th 
Bartan Benj., contractor, 151 W. Court 

w. of Central av. 
Barton Elizabeth J., teacher. Eleventh 
District School, bds. Everett b. Cutter 
and John 

BARTON & FISHER, 
(John J. B. & Wm. F. W, F.) meat 
store, n.w.c. 4th and Park 
Barton Fred., turner, wks. 470 W. 6th 
Barton George, street contractor, 421 W. 

8th 
Barton H. H., lantern mkr., 59 Everett 
Barton J. N., ladies caps and fancy store, 

22 E. 4th [5th 

Barton Jas. M., elk., P. 0., bds. 302 W. 
Barton James W., carp, shop, .50 George 
BARTON John J., (B. &; Fisher,) 406 

W. 4th 
Barton Joseph N., carp., wks. 328 Elm, 

h.22E. 4th 
B.arton Mary F., seamstress, 200 Webb al. 
Barton Orlando F., teacher, bds. 576 W. 

eth 
Barton Peter, cab. mkr., 213 Court 
Barton Sarah, servt., 204 Broadway 
Barton Sophia, seamstress, 358 VV. 8th 
Barton Wm., carp., n.s. 6th b. Baum and 

Lock 
Barton Wm. C, elk., P. 0., 302 W. 5th 
Bartsce Edward, miller, 83 Abigail 
Bartshe Edward, 385 Broadway 
Bartshere Woodford, cooper, 22 Webb 
Barus Chas., music teacher, 59 Webster 
Barwise Geo.,eng., H. & D. B. R., Van 

Horn b. Baymiller and Freeman 

BARWISE & KING, (Luther T. B. & 
Joseph K.) Merchant Tailors and 
Clothiers, 171 Main 
BARWISE Luther T., (B. &. King,) 395 

W. 7th 
Barwise Wm., cab. mkr., 35 Baymiller 
Baschen Geo., carpet weaver, 67 Liberty 
Bascoe Mildred, laundress, 119 W. 2d 
BASCOMGeo.,(G. B. &. Co.) h. Fair- 
mount 



BASCOM GEORGE & CO., 
Wholesale Watches and Jewelry, 
58 W. 4th 
BASCOM SILAS, 
Excbange Broker, 15 W. 3d, 
h. 295 Longworth 
Bascom Silas H., elk., bds. 295 Long- 
worth 
Bascovy Robt., lab., 88 Carr 
Basenhorst Clements, tailor, 138 Plea- 
sant 
Basford Chas. F., stencil cutter, bds. 202 

W. 5th 
Basford C. F., saleswoman, 80 W. 4th, h. 

97 Laurel 
Basing Hy., quarryman, 111 Browne 
Basley Chas. H., watcbman, bds. Fulton 

and Stone al. 
Bass Chesley, barber, 95 W. 5th, h. 97 

Longworth 
Bass Thos., willow ware, 208 W. 5th 
Bassaka Fred., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 
Bassar Wm., elk., 447 AV. Front 
Basseker Frank, lab., rear 83 W. Front 
Basseker Margaret, rear 83 W. Front 
Bassenah Peter, head waiter, Madison 

House 
Basser Wm., elk., 442 W. Front 
Basselt Geo., lab., 1523 E. Front 
BassettGeo. P., elk., 249 Main, h. 564 

W. 9th 
Bassett J. R., 110 Liberty 
Bassett Jas. A., moulder, bds. 218 W. 

Front 
Bassford F., mach., bds. Jones House 
Bassford F. C , bds. 97 Laurel 
Bast John, architect, 125 Hopkins 
Bast John, carp., n.w.c. John and Lau- 
rel 
Batal Caroline, seamstress, 70 Kitten- 
house 
Batavia & Williamsburg Omnibus office, 

159 VV. 5th 
BATCHELDER Geo. H., (Cutaiar&B.) 

275 W. Sth 
Batchelaer John K., bds. 70 Clark 
Batchelder Sarah, 70 Clark 
Batchelor A. J., eng., 92 W. Front 
Batchelor F. Y., capt. st. bt., 254 W.9th 

w. of Central av. 
Batchett Francis, slater, 244 W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
Batchleloup Nicholas, peddler, 59 Vine 
Bate E.G., cig. mkr., 9ii Ham. Road 
Bate Saml., (Jas. D. Smith & Co.) h. 

Newport 
Bateman Ermer. 126 E. Liberty 
Bateman F. A., b.l:,, 88 E. Peai-1, bds. 

110 E. Liberty 
Bateman J., 202 Everett 
Bateman John T., b.k., 1(19 Mill 
Bateman Thos., elk., 515 Central av., h. 

211 Laurel 
Bateman Thos., shoemkr., 254 W. 9th w. 
of Central av. 

BATEMAN WARNER M., Attorney 
at Law and Notary, Office 30 W. 
4th, h. Glendale 
Bater Barber, widow, 19 Providence 
Bates Caleb, bds. Burnet House 
Bates Caroline, 199 Webb al. 
Bates E. A., (Johnson & B.) 199 Webb 
Bates Hy. M., painter, 12 W.9th, h. 352 

Kace 
Bates Jas., bk. layer, bds. 202 W. Sth 
Bates John, carp., 612 Central av. 

BATES JOHN, Wholesale Dealer in 
Liquors, Cigars and fine Groceries, 
National Theater Bldg., 94 Syca- 

Bates Joseph, at ^tna Ins. Co., 171 

Vine 
BATES Joshua H., (B. & Scarborough,) 

res. E. Walnut Hills 
Bates Sarah bds. 37 Longworth 

BATKS & SCARBOROUGH, (Joshua 
H. B. & Wm. S. S.) Attorneys at 
Law, Rooms 58 W. 3d 
Bates Thos., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Batey Hy., finisher, wks. 177 W. 2d, h. 

Jamestown, Ky. 
Batey Jas. M., elk., bds. 115 Elm 
Batey Powhattan, scroll sawyer, (vks. n. 
w.c. Elm and Pearl 



Bath Michael, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Bathgate C, grocer, 188 W. 6th 
Bathgate R., elk., 188 VV. 6th 
Bathole R., plow mkr., wks. Garrett & 

Cottman's 
Batiany Rudolph, steward, Broadway 

Exchange 
Batline A., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Batte Chas., printer, bds 435 W. Sth 
Batter Diedrich, shoemkr., 116 Clay 
Batter John Theo.. grocer, 204 Linn 
Battles Joseph, 195 George 
Battles Wm., 195 George 
Battle John, carver, h. Front b. Elm and 

Race 
Battle Patrick, nail mkr., 38 Lock, h.367 

Sycamore 
Batts Harry, cigar elk., Burnet House 
Baity Wm., second hand store, 626 W. 

6th 
Baty John, boatman, 493 Plum 
Batze Herman, cab. mkr., 233 Belts 
Baubel Geo., tailor, 343 Main 
Baubet Peter, porter, 16 Walnut 
Baucher Hy., e.s. Anderson b. Mill and 

Park 
Bauchbeis M., bds. s.e.c. Mercer and 

Vine 
Bauchence Ily., tinner, bds. 345 Walnut 
Bauchenss Hy., tinner, wks. 10 W. 6th, 

bds. Jefferson House 
Bauckmann Nicholas, huckster,203 Plea- 
sant 
Bauer Adam, grocer, Sth b. Canal and 

Culvert 
Bauer Adam, printer, 30 12th 

BAUKR ADOLPHUS, 
Homeopathic Physician, 
Office and Res. 100 W. 9th 
Bauer Alves, tailor, 105 Ham. Road 
Bauer Altwitz, tailor, 5U5 Main 
Bauer Christian, tailor, 763 Vine 
Bauer Christian, shoemkr., 71 Green 
Bauer Conrad, cof. h., 31 W. Front 
Bauer Conrad, cof. h., 602 Walnut 
Bauer Conrad, brewer, 286 Ham. Road 
Bauer F., carriage mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Miller & Sons' 
Bauer Francis, trimmer, 13 Mercer 
Bauer Geo. C, cigar mkr., wks. 18 

Broadway 
Bauer Geo., plow mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Miller & Co's 
Bauer Geo., tailor, 537 Walnut 
Bauer Geo., trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Bauer Gotfried, cof. h., 73 Peete 
Bauer Jacobina, laundress, 598 Main 
Bauer John, 57 Bremen 
Bauer John, basket mkr., 64 ]\Iulbeny'5 
Bauer John, elk., 191 Main 
Bauer John, cof. h., 727 Race 
Bauer John, cof. h., n.s. Wade b. Elm 

and Plum 
Bauer John, dray, SS4 Plum 
Bauer John, express driver, 628 Vine 
Bauer John, lab., 573 Main 
Bauer John, salesman, bds. 443 Main 
Bauer John, tailor, 172 Ham Road 
Bauer Jonn, waiter, Frey's Hotel 
BAUER L., (.Beck & Bauer,) 57 Harri- 
son av. 
Bauer Louis, baker, 153 Bremen 
Bauer Louis, cof. h., w.s. Vine nr. Milk 
Bauer Peter, shoemkr., n.s. Pearl nr. 

Butler 
Bauer Sister Tobia, St. Mary's Hospital 
Bauer Ulrich, cof. h.,347 Walnut 
Bauer Valentine, 57 Bremen 
Bauer W. stone mason, 32 Jones 
Bauer W. A., phys., bds. 65 W. Sth 
Bauer AVm., 57 Bremen 
Bauer Wm., elk , 432 Main 
Bauer Wm., lab., bds. 464 Walnut 
Baueriess Geo., 207 Clinton 
Bauers Hy., pattern mkr., wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Bauers J. W.,mach., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Baufmann Hy., 74 Ham. Road 
Baughman Eliza, 184 Race 
Baughman Emma S., teacher, 13th dist. 

school 
Baughman Isaac, b. k., 4 Pub. Landing, 
h. Newport 



56 



CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H. H:oM:A_isr & co. ^™-- 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BRITANNIA WARS & CANDLE MOULDS, 

AGENTS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

STAIJSrTHORP & GO'S PATENT CANDLE MOULD MACHINE, 
AND DEALERS IN' BLOCK TIN, ANTHIONY, AND TINNERS' SODER, 

No. 11 East Seventh Street, between Main and Sycamore Streets, north side, 
CINCINNATI, O. 



JOUN JOIIXSTON. 



JAMES M. JOHNSTON. 



J. & J. IVi. JOI^^STON, 

a IfkW Ml W3 

CORNER OF THIRD AND WHITE WATER CANAL. 



M M EKm & 



We have constantly on hand a large and general assortment of 

PINE, POPLAR, WALNUT Sc CHERRY LUMBER, 
Also, Flooring, Weatherboarding, Shingles, Lath, Scantling, Joist, &c. 

Orders left at our ICE CHEST AND PACKING BOX FACTORY, 219 and 221 West Third 
Street, promptly attended to. 



JOHN JOUNSrON. 



JAMES M. JOUNSTON. 



^* €fc ^^ 



a^o^xiBi-^^^or^. 



Nos. 219 and 221 WEST THIRD STREET, CINCINIMATI, OHIO, 

MANUFACTURE BY STEAM POWEK 

MIISH'S PATEST EIHlIGEMTOE, 

ICE CHESTS, BATH TUBS, PACKING BOXES, &C. 

A liberal discount to Dealers in Refrigerators. Also, a general assortment of LUMBER, - 
Pine, Poplar, Walnut and Cherry. Weatherboarding, Flooring, Shingles, Laths, &c. 



Curled Hair and Bristle Manufactory. 

J^. D. BULLOCK & CO. 

12 & !l WEST SiGOHO ST., CISClSHiTI, ®., 

Manufacture and keep constanti}' on hand a full stork of all Kinds of 





PURE LONG, SHORT AND MIXED, 

Suitable for the use of Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, Carriage Makers, Car Builders, and 
Saddlers. Also, Dealers in GLUE, and the different descriptions of AMERICAN BRISTLES. 
We respectfully solicit your orders for goods in our line. 



(BAY) 



CINCINNATI 



(BEA) 



DIRECTORY. 



(BEC) 



57 



Bauffhman P., boiler mkr., wks. n.e 

Front and Butler 
Baughman Jacob, painter, 51 Webster 
Banker John, wks. 440 K. Front 
Bauknecht Francis, cof. h., 68 12th 
Bauldauflf Amelia, teacher, bds. 114 14th 
Baum Ester, 30 K. 5th 
Baum Francis, Plum b. Findlay and 

Charlotte 
Baum Frank, butcher, 117 Browne 
B lum Geo., 1001 Central ar. 
Baum Geo., blksraith, 558 Vine 
Baum Geo., churn manuf.. 1001 Central 

av. 
Baum Geo., cooper, Clearwater al. b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Baum Geo., lab., wks. 507 Central av. 

BAUM J. C. Manufacturer of Paints 
and bye Stuffs, Canal nr Mohawk 
Bridsre, h. a.i Dunlap 
Baum Louis, butcher, .574 Elm 
Baum Louis, psddler, 57 George 
Baum K. G., pilot, 336 W. 9th w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Bauman Frances C-, teacher, 499 W. 5th 
Bauman Fred., cigar mkr., 990 Central 

av. 
Bauman Fred., tailor, 54 Allison 
Bauman John, cof. h., 74 E. Pearl 
Bauman Mary, 84 Peete 
Baumann August, blksmith,G46 Tine 
Baumann Cassiner, trimmer, 37 \V. Pearl, 

h. 027 Vine 
Baumann Fred., tailor, 54 Allison 
Baume I. H., cutter, 126 Main, h. 67 

Bremen 
Baume Hy., cutter, 67 Green 
Baumeister W., elk., n.e.c. 2d and Syca- 
more, h 100 E.Liberty 
Bauraer Geo. Hy., moulder, 424 Walnut 
Baumer Herman, boot and shoemkr., 300 

W.8th \v. of Central av 
Baumer J. H., b.k., 189 Main, bds. 67 

Green 

Baumer Valentine, driver, 21 Lodge 
Baumgardner J., butcher, stall No. 24 

Court St. market 
Baumgardner Jacob, 709 Elm 
Baumgai*tner Jacob, porter, Brighton 

House 
Baumgartner Joseph, 89 W. Liberty 
Baumgartner Samuel, peddler, h. 21 Da- 
vid 
Baumm Mrs. Amelia, 499 Jlace 
Baungartner Mcille, recluse, Convent of 

the Good Shepherd 
Baur Miss Clara, piano forte teacher, 79 

Milton 
Baur Theodore, elk., s.w.c. 3d and Main, 

h. 79 Milton 
Bauren BenJ., confec, 164 Broadway 
Baurittel Dr. Hy., 42 12th 
Baus Joseph, lab., 366 Sycamore 
Bausman Richard, boat man, 79 Bay- 
miller 
Bautta Hy., cooper, 55 Buckeye 
Bantz Fred., watchmkr., 6 W. 4th, h. 59 

and 61 W. 6th 
Bavis Mark A., chair mkr., n.w.c. Rich- 
mond and Baymiller 
Baxetel Philip, w.s. Western av. b. Bank 

and Harrison av 
Baxter David, 163 E. 3d 
Baxter Hiram J., teamster, 133 E. Pearl 

e..of Broadway 
Baxter James, lab., wks. 103 E. 3d 
Baxter James H., boatman, Pennock al. 

b. Cutter and Linn 
Baxter John, cooper, Allen al.b.6th and 

7th 
Baxter John, harness mkr., w.s. North b. 

6th and New 
Baxter N. J., 262 Race 
Baxter W. D.,262 Race 
Bay Michael, cooper, 30 Adam3 
Bayens Joseph, painter, 65 14th 
Bayer Gottlieb, butcher, .565 Elm 
Bayer Moses, shoemkr., 233 Bremen 
Bayersdoerfer Joseph, cof. h.,640 Vine 
BaylandG. D., coppersmith, 334 Main 
Baylor Joseph, tailor, wks. s.e.c. 4th and 

Walnut 
Baynura Edward, eng., 782 E. Front 
Baynes John H., bone dust manuf., 599 

E. Front, h. 409 Broadway 
Baynes Joseph, carver. 606 Race 5 



Baysen John D., carriage trimmer, 9 

Broadway 
Bazing Thos., distiller, 18 Sycamore, h. 

24 Bittenhouse 
Beach F. A., (F. A. B. & Co.) bds. 246 

Plum 
Beach F. A. & Co., last manuf., 223 Elm 
Beach Geo. C., printer, Gazette office, 

bds. 191 Longworth 
Beach Hy., lab., rear of 181 Water 
Beach J., 8 Home 
Beach John, blksmith, wks. 55 and 57 E. 



5th 



, 210'^ 



Beach Joseph, carriage mk 

2d 
Beach Lewis, blksmith, bds. c. Longworth 

and Elm 
P.each Wm.. b.k., 29 Elizabeth ' 
Beadford C, produce stor-, 335 Cutter 
Beager Hy-, finisher, bds. 48 E Pearl 
Beagle C. W.,carp., wks. s.e.c. John and 

Augusta 
Beagler Joseph, carp., 89 W. 2d 
Benkes Wm., 379 W. 8th 
Beal George, carp., bds. 87 Longworth 
BealWra., shoemkr, 65 W. 4th, bds. 83 

Sycamore 
Beale Eliza, 213 George 
BealeGeo., carp., 18 Union Blk 
Beale John, lab., 59 Pendleton 
Beale Mary, 59 Pendleton 
Bealer C. agt., wines and liquors, 18 

Broadway 
Bealer Daniel, polisher, c. Milton and 

Liberty 
Bealer John, blksmith. 48 E. 3d 
Bealer John, porter, 28 Sycamore, bds. 

95 Court 
Beall Charles W.. trunk mkr., 230 Linn 
Beall Dudley W., metallic rooffini. n.e.c. 

9th and Main, h. 1 12 E. Liberty 
Beall George H., druggist. Observatory 

nr. Hatch 
Beall John, sen., 112 Liberty 
Beall John, jr., foreman, 378 Main, h. 

104 E. Liberty 
Beall Peter (Graveson &. Co,) h. New- 
port 
Beall Theodore, plasterer, 4'17W. 7th 
Beall Wm.. heater, 4^7 W. 7th 
Bealler John, blksmith, 41 E.2d, h. 48 

E.3d 
Beals Wm., omnibus driver, 65 Avery 
Bealy Geo., cooper, wks. s.s. Poplar b. 

Freeman and Western av 
Beam Alexander, ship carp., Highnr. R. 

R. crossing 
Beam John, ship carp., 980 E. Front 
Beam Lycurgus. carp., 76 River 
Beam Wm., ship carp., High nr. R. R. 

crossing 
Beaman Hy. .trunk mkr., wks. c. 5th and 

M. Canal, h. Covington 
Beamer Wm., watchman, fire tower, h. 

178 K.5th 
Beams Lycurgus, ship carp., Goodloe b. 

Niagara and Willow 
Bean D. J., b.h., 398 W. 5th 
Beana Andrew, cab. mkr., 24 W. Court 

w. of Central av 
Boar Casamere. tailor, 168 Linn 
Bear Isaac, peddler, 21 Providence 
Bearborn Hy.. lab., 172 Baymiller 
Beard Alex., mach., 204 Water 
Beard Elias, carriage painter. 380 W. 8th 
Beard Harry, clk.,0. & M. R. R. Co 
Beard J. W.. printer, bds. 27 Loneworth 
Beard Jas. C, draughtsman, 24 W. 4th, 

bds. s.w.c. Longworth and John 
Beard James H., portrait painter, 24 W. 

4th. h. s.w c. Longworth aud John 
Beard Wm., cooper shop, s.w.c. Bremen 

and 13th, h. s.e.c. Belts and Linn 
Beard Wm. A., b.k., Greenwood's Foun- 
dry 
Bearding Peter, ale manuf., s.e.c. Mound 

and Richmond 
Beardsley Flint, printer, bds. 4 Harrison 
Beares John, carp.. 49 Findlay 
Bearly G., carp.. 192 Everett 
Bearman Hy.. tailor, 137 Baymiller 
Bears John R., watchman, 225 Laurel 
Beather John, rear n.w.c. 2d and Law- 
rence 
Beaton Robert, millinery and dress goods, 
144 VV. 5th 



Beatson Wm., butcher, 62 Accommoda- 
tion 

Beattie James M., cab. mkr., 202 LonK- 
worth 

BEATTIE JOHN, 
Produce & Com. Merchant, 
51 W. Front, h. 123 Water 
Benttie John, com. mer., i:0 Longworth 
BEATTIE John, (John B. 6s. Co.) 17 
W. Front 

BEATTIE JOHN & CO. 
(John B. & Peter Andrew), 
Maltsters. Front e. of Water Works 
Beattie John H., elk., 171 Vine, h. 20 

Barr 
Beatty Augustus, teamster, bds. 64 Lock 
Beatty Chas., printer. 435 W. 5th 
Beatty Ellen, huckster, 69 E. eth e. of 

Lock 
BEATTY James (James B. & Co.) h. 
Butler countv 

BEATTY JAMES &. CO., 
(James B. & Geo.W. Trowbrid.^e), 
Pork Packers and Com. Mers., 
s.w.c. Race and Canal 
Beatty John, shoemkr., s.w.c. Richmond 

and Central av 
Beatty Mary, 71 E. 8th 
Beatty Wm.R., carp., n.s. E. Front nr. 

Jamestown ferry 
Beatus H. & Co., (Hy. B. & Abraham 
Mayer), imps, and dealers in jewel- 
ry, watches, &.C., 72 Main 
Beatus Hy (H B. & Co.) 323 George 
Beaucamp Anna, 588 Race 
Beauxheaum Jacob, peddler, 212 Syca- 

Beaver Andrew, mach., s.w.c Locust 

and Peete 
Beaver Hy., stone cutter, bds. 22 E. 

Front 
Beaver Hy., janitor, 11th dist. school, h. 

193 Everett 
Bcavir Joseph, varnisher, wks. 470 W. 

6th 
Beaverman Augustus, turner, bds. c. 

Wade and Central av 
Beazell Jasher. b.k., J. N. Harris &. Go's, 

h.3:i2 Clark 
Bebb David 0., b.k., 29 W. Pearl, h. 91 

Barr 
Bebb Robert, carp., 59 Kossuth 
Bebbinger John, peddler, 436 Walnut 
Bebinger Abraham, 18 George 
Bebinger John, salesman, 13 Mary 
Becher Catharine. 364 Broadway 
Becher Heinrich, tailor, 36 Abigail 
Becbert Philip, lab., 64 Hughes 
Bechine Joseph, lab., 61 Abigail 
Bechle Peter, carp , 257 Clark 
Bechler Hy , stone mason, 72 llam. 

Road 
Bechler Jacob, lab., 22 Allison 
Bechler John, carp., bds. 20 Allison 
Bechraan C. Victor, architect, city bldgs. 

h. 544 Elm 
Bechman Hy.. bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Bechmann Justin, tailor, 1020 Central 

av 
Bechstien John, brewer, 53 Buckeye 

Becht ,646 Vine 

BECHT Fred. (Wm. E. B. & Co.), 640 

Race 
Becht Jacob, harness mkr., 23 E. 5th, h. 

n.e.c. Webster and Mansfield 
Becht John C, b.k., 317 Main, h. 62 

Webster 
Becht Joseph, wks. s.e.c. Pearl and Pike 
Becht Lawrence, tailor 178 Walnut 
Becht Mary, 62 Webster 
BECHT Wm. E. (Wm. E. B. & Co.) s.e. 
c. 14th and Race 

BECHT WM. E. &C0., 
(Wm. E. B. t Fred. Becht), 
I Props. Ilochwaechter, 469 Vine 

Bechtel Justus, n.e.c. Moore and Liberty 
: Bechtel Louis, lab., 142 Clay 
Bechtold Carl, tobacconist. 29 W. Front 
Bechtold Jacob, iron, 4 Miami 
Bechtold John, bds. n.w.c. Pearl and 

Pike 
Beck Andrew, 462 Race 

BECK & BAUER, (M. B. &. L. B.,) 
National Brewery, 57 Harrison 
Road 



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Beck Aiitnony, lab., 4?5 Vine 

Beck Charles, baker, wks. 625 Vine 

Beck Charles, wks. Poplar b. John 
and Central a,v 

Beck Christian, painter, s.e.c. Everett 
and Freeman 

Beck Christian, wine keeper, 81 W. 3d, 
h. 404 W.'l2th 

Beck Frederick, finisher, wk8. T. F. 
Baker''s 

Beck Frederick, wks. Providence b. 
Oliver and Findlay 

Beck Freeman, wks. 59 W. Canal 

Beck Georse, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 

Beck George, barber, 181 Vine, h. 65 
I2th 

Beck George, marble cutter, 40 Provi- 
dence 

Beck George, shoe mkr., 624 Main 

Beck Henry, inspector and gauger li- 
quors, 21 W. Front, h. 137 Dayton 

Beck irenry, lab , s.e.c. Commerce and 
£lm 

Beck Henry, meat dealer, 158 Carr 

Beck Henry, porter, Dennison House 

Beck Henry, jr., chair mkr., s.e.c. Com- 
merce and Elm 

Beck .Jacob, lab., 40i 12th 

Beck John, 472 Linn 

Beck Jolin, wks. 10 J5th, h. c. 15th and 
Providence 

Beck John, cig. mkr., 529 E. Front 

Beck John, lab., 405 Central av. 

Beck. John, potter, 136 Mohawk 

BECK, DR. JOHN C, 
Physician, Office 87 Broadway, 
h.69E.3d. 

Beck John C, billiard saloon, 72 Broad- 
way 

Beck Joseph lab., 65 12th 

Beck Joseph, lab., wks. white mills dis- 
tillery 

Beck Joseph E.,bk. binder, 137 Walnut, 
h. 138 Carr 

Beck L., elk., bds. 83 Sycamore 

Beck Louis, tanner, 941 Central av. 

BECK M. (Beck & Bauer,) h. 57 Har- 
rison av. 

Beck Nicholas, b. k., 128 W. 6th. 

Beck Peter, huckster, 162 Bremen 

Beck Sarah, seamstress, n.w.c. North 
and New 

Beck Ulrich, grocer, 443 W. 5th 

Beck W. 328 Clark 

BECK WM-, 
Bovs' Clothing and Fancy 
Masquerade Costume, 266 W. 5th 
BECK DR. W. H., 
Physician, Office 87 Broadway, 
bds. Broadway Hotel. 
Becka, 104 Butler 
Beckanhiser Philip, barber, 985 Central 

av. 
Beckart Frank, gardener, s.s. Flint, b. 

Freeman and Millcreek 
Beckel D. cooper, 237 Linn 
Beckel Frederick, lab., 57 Buckeye 
Beckel George, varnisher, 285 Linn 
Beckenhaupt John, baker, 18 Freeman 

Becker n.e.c. Moore and Liberty 

Becker Adam, lab., 542 E. Front 
Becker Adam, tanner, wks. 173 Ham. 

Road 
Becker Adam H., carp. ,411 Sycamore 
Becker Andrew, ex driver, 566 Elm 
Becker Arnold, painter, 533 Walnut 
Becker August, cigar mkr., 53 13th 
Becker August, confec, 412 W. loth 

BECKER AUGUST, 
Editor '• Hochwaechter," 
469 Vine, bds. Frey's Hotel 

Becker Barney, lab., 435 W. 2nd. 

Becker Casper, tailor, 145 Buckeye 

Becker, Catharine, dress mkr., s.w.c. 3d 
and Sycamore 

BECKER Christian F., (B. & Tebel- 
man,) 74 Clark 

Becker David, lab., 18 Hamer 

Becker Dennis, w. s. Plum b. Oliver & 
Findlay 

Becker Francis, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 

Becker Francis, lab., 478 Walnut 

Becker Frederick, painter, 7U Hughes 

Becker Fritz, cooper, 30 Websetr 



Becker George, elk., s.e.c. Race and 

Liberty 
Becker George, moulder, 81 Bremen 

BECKKR GOTFRIED, 
Editor " Hochwaechter," 
h. 612 Race 
Becker Hy. .cigar mkr., 58 Abigail 
Becker Henry, pai|ter, 120 Clay 
Becker Henry, sa"mkr., 131 Bremen 
Becker J. C, painter, 111 Ham. Road 
Becker Jacob, bllt. smith, 590 Main 
Becktr John. cof. h. 7 Buckeye 
Becker John, peddler, 501 Walnut 
Becker Joseph, bik. smith, 32 Pleasant 
Becker Kaus, gilder, 532 Main 

BECKER LEOPOLD, 
Coflee House, 
462 Race 
Becker Louisa, 70 Hughes 
Becker Matthias, tailor, 27 E. Liberty 
Becker Matthias, cigar mkr., h. Bremen, 

b. 15th and Liberty 
Becker Nicholas, b. k., 32 Milton 
Becker Nicholas, dry goods, 623 Vine 
Becker Peter, carp., 64 David 
Becker Peter, stone mason, 66 Mohawk 
Becker Peter, stone cutler, bds. 125 Ham. 

Road 
Becker Samuel, shoe mkr., 42 Pike 

BECKER & TEBELMAN, (Christian 
F.B. &. John T.,) Dealers in Cig- 
ars, Tobacco, &c., 188 Walnut 
Becker Theodore, elk., 349 Main 
Becker Valentine, tailor, 45 E. Front 
Becker Victor, lab., 79 Hughes 
Beckei Victor, weaver, 536 Race 
Becker W., cab mkr., 71 David 
Becker Wm., baggage master, L. M.R.R. 
Beckers Bernard H., elk., 80 E. Pearl 

bds. 55 Sycamore 
Beckett Annie, 2.57 Central av. 
Beckett Arthur, plumber, bds. 134 George 
Beckett Charles, brk. layer, 425 Vine 
Beckett Ellen, servt, 274 Walnut 
Beckett George, carji-, s.e.c. Main and 

8th, h. 55 Hopkins 
Beckett John, b. h., 257 Central av, 
Beckett, Mary E., 257 Central av. 
Beckett Thomas S., salesman, s.e.c. 4th 

and Vine, h. 310 Clark 
Beckett William, director C H. and D. 

R. R. Company, h. Hamilton 
BecKhaus Bernard, blk. smith, 15 E. 3d, 

e. of Lock 
BeckhausHy,, blk. smith. 386 Broadway 
Beckler. Joseph, cof. h.,65 W. 6th 
Beckler Michael, bark., 65 W, 6th 
Beckler Samuel, 65 W. 6th 
Beckley Andrew, bar k., 299 Main 
Beckley Anton bar k., 313 Main 

1)ECKLEY J. &C0 , 
\ Composition Roofers, 
' 112 W. Pearl. 
BECKLEY Jesse, (Beckley & Co.,) 

h, 265 W. :<d 
Beckley Sophia, 6 Walnut 
Becklev William, huckster, 134 W. 3d 
Becklick, John, driver, 664 Central av, 
Beckman Charles, stoves and tin ware, 

523 W. 7th 
Beckman Fred., tinner, wks. 149 W. .5th 
Beckman H., tin smith, 108 Everett 
Beckman Henry, cof, h., 351 Broadway 
Beckman Henry, lab., 13 Providence 
Beckman J. A. shoe mkr., 169 Baymiller 
Beckman Joseph, dray, bds. 123 W. 2d 
Beckman Joseph, fin-sher. Liberty, b. 

Spring and Pendleton 
Beckman Rinehart, wks. 88 W. Court 

h. 575 Race. 
Beckman S. E., elk., 17 E. 3d 
Beckraann August, stove tin ware, &c., 

566 Vine 
Beckmann August H., mach., 473 

Broadway 
Beckmann Bernard, lab. 97 Pendleton 
Beckmann, Catharine, 610 Elm 
Beckmann, Elizalieth, 410 Broadway. 
Beckraann F. W., moulding manuf., 

261 Ham. Road 
Beckmann Gerard, lab , 364 Broadway. 
Beckmann, Gerard H., lab., 22 Mansfield 

BECKMANN GEORGE H., 
Family Grocery, 
458 W. 3d 
Beckmann H. lab., 170 Everett 



Beckmann ny.,cab mkr., 374 Broadway 

BECKMANN HENRY, 
elk., 
106 Clay 
Beckmann Henry, Jab., 74 Abigail 
Beckmann Henry, lab., 47 Abigail 
Beckmann Henry, moulder, 61 Findlay 
Beckmann Henry, moulder, 5 John 
Beckmann Henry, salesman, 292 Main, 

h. e.s. Sycamore nr. Franklin 
Beckmann Ilermann, cab mkr., 513 

Sycamore 
Beckmann Hermann, lab., 105 Clay 
Beckmann John, cig. mkr., 557 Race 
Beckmann John, salesman, 94 Hunt 
Beckmann John H. grocer, 106 Clay 
Beckmann John U., salesman, 526 

Sycamore 
Beckmann Joseph, elk., 106 Clay 
Beckmann Louis, shoe mkr., 580 Main 
Beckmann Theodore, shoe store, s.w.c. 

Race and Green 
Beckmann W. C., upholsterer, 134 Betts 
Beckmer Harmon, grocery, W. 6th, b, 

Skaats' al. and Harriet 
Beckmeyer Fred., cab mkr., 43 Pleasant 
Beckreger Hy., lab., 477 Broadway 
Beckser Henry, lab.,, 388 Baymiller 

BECKSMini FRANK, 
Baltimore Exchange, 
167 W. .5th 
BECKSMITH HENRY,! 
Proprietor White Hall, 
253 Broadway 
Becksmith Matthew S., bar k. 167 W. 

5th 
Beckster William, ship carp., bds. 946 

E. Front 
Becto Jacob, lab., 536 Race 
Becktold Joseph, carp., n.s. Front b. 

Louis and Vance 
Bedder Frederick, tailor. 130 Ham. road. 
Bedel Jacob, carp., 123 Hamilton road. 
Bedel John M., turner, 5, Augusta. 
Bedel Thomas, baker, 342 Ham. road. 
Bedford Erastus T., produce dealer, 275 

Cutter, h. 335 Cutter. 
Bedgarz John, cig. mkr, bds. 302 W. 5th. 
Bedgood Carroll, lumber dealer, Fremont 

below Harriet. 
Bedgood Martha, fancy store, 130 Clin- 
ton. 
Bedinger Peter, 469 George. 

BEDXAWSKI ALEXANDER, 
Draftsman, County Auditors Ofiice, 
bds s.e.c. Vine and 9th. 

Bee William, baker. Home near 6th. 

Beebe Daniel, teamster, 192 Water. 

Beebe Edward, teamster, s.e.c. Plum and 
Front. 

Beebe J., driver, c. Dudley and Wade. 

Beebe John, 53 Jones. 

Beebe Lorenzo, teamster, bds. 105 Rich- 
mond. 

Beeber Max, clothing, s.w.c Pearl and 
Main, h. 296 W. 4th. 

Beecher A., gardner, tds. 24 E, Front. 

Beeching John, porter, 171 W. Court, w. 
of Central av, 

BEEGAN JNO. W., 
Grocery and Liquors, 
s.e.c. Plum and Longworth. 
Beek Linghart, lab., wks. at F. Port- 
man's. 
Beeks James C, printer, 414 W, 5th. 
Beeks John F,, elk., 416 W. 5th. 
Beekvernet Herman, dray, 114 Butler. 
Beeler Christian, stone cutter, wks. s.e.c. 
3rd and Lock. 

BEELER JOHN, 
Attorney at Law and Notary Public, 
68 W. 3d. 

Beeler John, bar k., 436 Vine. 

Beeman Barney, cof. h., 183 W. Canal. 

Beeman Kate, 104 E. 3d. 

Beener Jacob, carp., 169 Oliver. 

Beer S. S., bds. American Hotel. 

Beerdink Peter, (Charles HoUe & Co.) 
s e.c. Mound and Richmond. 

Beergart L., cab, mkr,, wks, II. Wiede- 
recht, 

Beerman Augustus, bds. 340 Vine. 

Beers Cha's H. cof. h. Landing b. Broad- 
way and Ludlow, h. 136 E. Liberty. 

Beesley John W„ jr., b. k., 101 W. 4th, 
bds. 151 John. 



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TOMBS, AND GRAVE STONES, MARBLE MANTELS AND STATUARY, 

Mural Tablets, Urns, Vases, Garden Figures, Cabinet and Counter Slabs, 
etc., etc., constantly on hand and furnished to order. 

The Trade Supplied with Marble in Block and Slab, 

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140 Sycamore Street, 

Bet-w-een Fourth, and. Fifth., P^ast side, ----- Cincinnati, Ohio. 

g@° Venetian Blinds made to order in the most fashionable and durable manner. Blinds of all 

styles and finish on hand, and will be disposed of at the lowest prioes. 

OLD BLINDS REPAIRED AND PAINTED. 

First Premium Awarded at the Ohio State Fair, 1857, and at the United States Fair, I860. 



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BEESLEY JOHN W., 
Mercliiint Tailor, 105 Main, 
h. 151 John. 
Beeson James W., bda. I'.'o W. 5th. 
Besson R. S., mer., 19 E. 3d, h. 334 

Richmond. 
Beetle Wm. painter, bds. 51 E. 3d. 
Begeman Fred., distiller, 45 e. 2d, h. 178 

Walnut. 
Pegeno John, shoe mkr., n.WiC. 3d and 

Central av. 
Beggs Henry, plumber, New b. North 

and Broadway. 
Beggs James, elk., 43 Walnut, h. New- 

BEGGS & SMITH, 
(Harry R. Smith, Cha's G. Boerner 
& Jackson Slane) Dealers in Jew- 
elry. Watches, &c., 6 W. 4th. 

Begley Patrick, lab.. Hi Gano. 

Begroge Henry, wks. c. Culvert and 5th. 

Beher Joseph, confec, n.vv.c. 3d and 
Central av. 

Behl Charles, carriage mkr., s.e.c. Mary 
and Vine. 

Behl John, cab. mkr., 35 Campbell. 

Behl John, car-., 603 Elm. 

Behla Frederick, varnisher. 2n3 Clinton. 

Behler, F. I>., Boots &. Shoes, 172 W. 
Front. 

Behler Gottfried, turner, 27 Dunlap. 

Behler Henry, waggoner, rear 204 Ham. 
road. 

Behler John, fereman, 70 Peete. 

Behler Mary, rear 264 Ham. road 

Behlinger Joseph, butcher, 4 Logan. 

Behm Christian, tailor, 530 Main. 

Behmann 11.. moulder, wks. at Green- 
wood's Foundry. 

Behme Dietrich, lab., 378 Broadw.iy. 

BehmerEngelbert, shoe mkr., 378 Broad- 
way. 

BEHMER Gustavus, (B. &. Schweiss), 
38 E. .5th. 

BEHMKR & SCHWEISS, 
(Gustavus B. & Geo. S.), 
Boots and Shoes, 36 E. 5th. 
Behn Morris, elk.. 90 W. Court 
Behnder Frank, barber, 124 Bremen. 
Behne Gerhardt, tailor. 64 14th. 
Behne Philip, lab.. 44 Mohawk. 
Behner Adam, lab., 2rt Allison. 
Behning Frank, ex. driver, 165 Pleasant. 
Betr August, shoe mkr. , wks. n.e.c. 

Race and 15th. 
Behr Augustus, b. k., 30 W. 3d, h. Vine 

street hill. 
Behr Frederick, cab. mkr., n.w.c. Moore 

and Liberty. 
Behr Frederick, porter, 125 Walnut. 
Behr Jacob, salesman, 53 W. 4th, h. 22 

Perry. 
Behr W. A , b. k. 394 Race. 
Behrens & Aberuethy, (HenryB. & Wil- 
liam A.), carpenters, 3 Burnet. 
Behrens Ada, 119 Spring. 
Behrens Bern.ard, cah. mkr., 536 Race. 
Behrens Bernard, carp.. 532 Sycamore. 
Behrens Bernard, carp. 26 Woodward. 
Behrens Bernard, tailor. 111 Woodward. 
Behrens Elizabeth, Deer Cieek VaUey 
Behrens Frederick, grocer, 33 E. 8th, e- 

of Lock. 
Beerens H., elk., bds. Teutonia Hotel. 
Behrens Henry, (B. & Abernethy), 57 

Wade. 
Behrens Henry, dray., 19 Mulberry. 
Behrens Herman, elk.. 55 W. Pearl. 
Behrens John F., porter, 138 W. 2d., h. 

240 Hopkins. 
Behrens William, tailor, e. a. Anderson, 

b. Mill and Park. 
Behrheide Wiliam, salesman, 57 Liberty. 
Behring Frederick, mach., 911 Pleasant. 
Behring George, carp.. 535 Walnut. 
Behring George, moulder, 501 Race. 
Behringer John, lab., 70 Hughes. 
Behrle John, gilder, 620 Main. 
Behrle Raymund, printer, .533 Sycamore. 
Behrling George, cig. mkr., Bremen b. 

Green and Liberty. [ward. 

Behrling Herman, cooper, 107 Wood- 
Behrniger Barney, lab., 187 H.im road. 
Behrns William, cig. mkr. 420 Walnut. 
Beidler E. R., Agt., 72 W. 4th, up stairs, 

bds. c. Plum and 5th. 



Beier August, lab., 27 W. Canal. 
BeierWm., engraver, wks. Gibson & Co. 

bds. Teutonia House. 
Beierlein Frederick finisher, 533 Wal- 
nut. 
Beikmann Henry, shoe mkr.. CO E. 5th. 
Bell August, cig. mkr., 108 Hunt. 
Ueil Joseph, cig. store, 108 Hunt. 
Beilan Michael, weaver, 142 Buckeye. 
Beile George, lab., 99 Pendleton. 
Beimer Barney, tailor, 51 Peete 
Beinans John, blacksmith. 482 W. 5th. 
Beinert George, dry goods, 95 Ham. 

road. 
Beinert George, foreman Cincinnati Re- 
publican Office, h. 95 Ham. road. 
Beinforde Bernard, 388 Broadway. 
Beinhorn H , tailor, 290 Linn. 
Beining H. shoe mkr., bds. s.w.c. Linn 

and Barr. 
BeinUre Frederick, lab., 166 W. 8th. 
Beirlein Fritz, grocer, 96 Bremen. 
Beirn James, lab., 181 Plum. 
B-iser Philip, varnisher, 649 Central av. 
Beiser Stephen, cab. mkr., wks. Meader 

& Co. 
Beiswinger John, lab , bds. Union House. 
Beitermann Henry, watchman, 448 E. 

Front. 
Beitmann Charles, leather and findings, 

23HMain,h. 32 Milton. 
Beittler Philip, cig. mkr., 107 Pleasant. 
Bekenhaupt Joseph, baker, s.s. 6th near 

Home. 
Beker John, (Steinkamp,Roebling & B.) 

h. Covington. 
Belage Franz, lah , 375 Broadway. 
Belar John, lab., 08 Butler. 
Belblue Lawrence, hostler, Harrison pike 

nr. Brighton House. 
Belcher George AV., lab., Sloo alley near 

Freeman. 
Belclier John, mach., 3d b. Baum and 

Parson. 
Belcher John R., mach., wks. Niles 

Works. 
Belcher Sarah A., seamstress, Sloo al. 

nr. Freeman. 
Beldock Milton, dray., rear 87 E. Front. 
Beler Catharine, widow, 724 Central av. 
Beley Frederick, varnisher, 263 Clinton. 
Belfore Arthur, cooper, n.s. 6th b. Baum 

and Lock. 
Baling John, lab., 66 Dudley. 
Belinger Jacob, shoe mkr., 22 Mercer. 
Bs-lknap Charles, moulder. 189 Bremen. 
Belknap Henry P., carp., 569 W. 9th. 
Belknap R. P., (B. & Rockwell), 131 

W. 4th. 
Belknap & Rockwell, (R. P. B. & J. G. 

B.;, dentists, 131 W. 4th. 
Bell Adam, turner, 527 Plum. 
Bell Alphonso, salesman, 45 W.Sth, bds. 

419 George. 
Bell Anna, laundress. 5 New. 
Bell Chas., whisky guager, bds. Ludlow 

House. 
Bell Charles T., moulder, bds. 146 Rich- 
mond. ^ 
Bell Charlotte, grocer, s.e.c. Broadway 

and New. 
Bell Coi.rad, foreman, 168 Main, h. 386 

Vine. 
Bell Edward, plasterer, bds. s.w.c. 7th 

and Culvert. 
Bel! Emma, 102 W. 4th, h. Covington. 
Bell Francis, carp., n.w.c. Jolin and 

Laurel. 
Bell Frank M., elk., 17 E. 4th, h. 53 

George. 
Bell Fountain, paver, 419 George. 
Bell Frederick, elk., 340 W. 5th. 
Bell George, carp., 18! Linn. 
Bell Geo., moulder, wks. 250 E. Front, 

e. of Broadway. 
BeU Georsre. teamster, 219 Cutter 
Bell H , shoemkr., 43 David 
Bell Hamilton J., printer, 169 W. 9th 
Bell Harriett, laundress, Sth b Culvert 

and Canal 
Bell Henrietta, laundress, e s. North b. 

6th and New 
Bell Jacob, tailor, c. Liberty and Central 

av. 
Bell James, wks. 146 W. 3d 
Bell James, tinner, bds. 164 W. 3d 



Bell James, harness mkr., 30 E. Sth. h. 

201 Broadway 
Bell James B., oflace n.e.c. 7th and Main, 

bds. Burnet House 
Btll James B., County Civ. Eng., Court 

House, h. 140 Richmond 
Bell Jane, 63 Richmond 
Bell Jane, 199 George 
Bell John, bklayer, I.5S Spring 
Bell John, carp., 75 Pendleton 
Bell John, cigar mkr,, 183 Main, res. 

Newport 
Bell John, flour andproduce, 112 W. 3d, 

bds. 105 W Sth 
Bell John, printer, bds. 202 Walnut 
Bell John E., Deputy Co. Auditor, Court 

House, h. 446 W. 7th 
Bell John W.. printer, bds, 8 E. Sth 
Bell Joseph, s.e.c. Elm and 12th 
Bell Joseph, 321 George 
Bell Joseph, carp. ,68 Richmond 
Bell Joseph, jeweler, 386 Vine 
Bell Julia, rear of 320 Main 
Bell Juliet, teacher. Seventh District 

School, h 146 Richmond 
BellL ,dray, 211 Wade 
Bell Margaret, rear of 320 Main 
Bell Mary A. E.. teacher. Second District 

School, h. 317 Elm 
Bell Margaret, widow, c. Liberty and 

Central av. 
Bell Mary Ann, teacher, .53 George 
Bell Max, mer. tailor, 161 Main,h. 67 W. 

9th 

BELL PETER, 
Attorney at Law and Notary Pub- 
lic, 10 Court H. Bid?., h. 99 Clinton 
Bell Robert, blksmith, 16 Grant 
Bell Robert, painter, 68 Richmond, bds. 

26 Richmond 
Bell Samuel, varnisher, wks. Meader & 

Go's 
Bell Sarah, stewardess, e.s. Henderson 

al.b. 7thand Sth 
Bell Thomas, horse shoer, 152 W. Court 
Bell Wm., 65 Avery e. of Park 
Bell Wm., b.k., 261 W. 6th 
Bell Wm., dray, s.e.c. Rittenhouse and 

C'ark 
Bell Wm., saw filer, 128 Hopkins 
Bell Wm., stone mason, 716 E. Front 
Bell Wm. E., blksmith, 74 E. 3d e. of 

Lock 
Bellaw Lawrance, hostler, o. Harrision 

av. and Patterson 
Belle Geo., fruits, 655 Vine 
Bellenger Casper, grocer, n.e.c. Rich- 
mond and Freeman 
Bellenger Jasper, grocer, W. 9th b. Free- 
man and l.'arr 
Bellenger John P,, elk., 25s Broadway, 

r-s. Newport 
Bellenstein S., lab., wks. 669 Elm 
Beller George, cab. mkr., 24 Mansfield 
Seller Jacob, porter, 12 E. 2d, h. 448 

Race 
BellerJnhn, car finisher, s.w.c. 6th and 

Sycamore 
Reller Wm , butcher, 284 W. Liberty 
Bellhear Alex., lab., Deer Creek Valley 
Bellia Patrick, blksmith. rear of 282 Main 
Belling John, teamster, 49 Rittenhouse 
Bellman Ernst, coppersmith, 77 Spring 
Bellman Ernst, co])persmith, bds. Con- 
gress Exchange 
Bellman J., coppersmith, 77 Spring 
Bellman John, blksmith, wks. 9 E. 6th, 

b<!s. 192 Sycamore 
Bellmer Harmon, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and 

Miami Canal 
Bellows Wm., sugar refiner,66 Pike 

BELLOWS Wm.H., (Wilder, Robin- 
son & Co.,) 
204 W. 4th 
Betlwood Wm., lab. 669 Sycamore 
Belman Hy., porter, 64 Walnut, h. 106 
Bremen 

BELMAN J. C, 
River Reporter, Enquirer, 
164 Plum 
Beloat Edward, expressman, 339 W. 4th 
Belsclier John, lab., 67 Pendleton 
Beiser Charles, elk.. 1(2W. Sth 
Beiser Henrietta. 114E. Lihert.v 
Beiser John, foundryman, 227'e. Sth e. 
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STONE WOKKS, 

GRAVESON & CO., Proprietors. 

BDILDERS !N ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SIONE, 

Steam Works, Corner Third and Lock Streets, 

—AND— 

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All orders for Dressed or Sawed Freestone promptly attended to, and 

SHIPPED TO ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. 



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Office, Nos. 3 and 4 Neaye's Building, N. ¥. Cor. Race and Fourth Sts,, 

(Opposite Commercial Office,) 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF LEAD PIPE, SHEET AND BAR LEAD, 



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Ninth Street, between IVIain and Sycamore. 



STEAM ENGINE BUILDER AND MACHINIST, 

Corner Seventh and Smith Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Manufacturer of Noye's Nety Improved Planinc? Machine, for Tongueing, Grooving, Flooring, and any other kind of 
Lumber. Also Sash, Mulay, and Circular Saw Mills, and Mill Work generally — Portable Corn and Flouring Mills, 
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BelBter, C. C, tailor, 5 Pleasant 
Belster Fred., helper wks. 10 W. 7th 
Beltenman Ily., lab.,bds. 496 W. Front 
Beltsche John H., cooper, 224 W. Liber- 
ty 
Belville Amanda D., widow, tailoress, 

124 Laurel 
Belleville James S., bds. 124 Laurel 
Belz Philip, tailor, 253 E. Pearl b. Kil- 

gour and Lock 
Beman Sarah, u.s. Front below Louis 
Benier Frances, seamstress, 164 E. 5th 
Bemer Mary, 9 W. Court w. of Central 

av. 
Bemiss Jane, 120 Mound 
Bemoit Frances, cook, Burnet House 
Benalt David, Hebrew teacher, 42 Lock 
Benbridge S. C. 137 Race 
Beubridse Sarah, 121 E. 5th 
Bence Francis, cai-p. s.s. Bank b. Central 

ay. and Wliiteman 
Benckenstein Chas., Beckensteiu's Gar- 
den 

BENCKENSTEIN CHRISTIAN. 
Benckenstein's Garden, c. Harrison 
av. and Spring Grove av. 
Benckenstein Edward, bar k., Bencken- 
stein's Garden 
Benckenstein Gabriel, gardener, Benck- 
enstein's Garden 
BENCKENSTEIN GARDEN, 
c. Harrison Avenue and Spring 
Grove Avenue 
Bender Anton, lab., 34 Abigail 
Bender August, cab. mkr.,wks. 5 Au- 
gusta 
Bender Christopher, elk., bds. 474 John 
Bender Fred., cab. mkr., bds. White Wa- 
ter Canal House 
Bender George, cooper, Gest b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Bender Heinrich, wagon mkr., c. Court 

and Kossuth 
Bender Hy., 170 Ham. Road 
Bender Hy., cigar mkr , l)ds. 412 Vine 
Bender Hy., lab.. 133 York 
Bender John,bakej-, 4G1 Elm 
Bender John, plow stocker, wks. 10 W. 

7 th 
Bender Mary Ann, doctress, 133 York 
Bender Peter, lab., bds. 443 Main 
Bender Wm., cab. mkr., Canal b. Race 

and Vine 
Bender Wm., wines andliquors, 582 Cen- 
tral av 
Bender Wm., wine and liquor mer., 474 

John 
Bender Wm. J., 474 John 
Benderline A., turner, wks. n.s. Laurel 

nr. John 
Bendorf A., lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Bene G. H., cutter, 205 Walnut, h.64W. 

14th 
Benedict Alexander, cai-p., 45 Elizabeth 
Benedict E., 14th b. Plum and Central 

ay. 
Benedict Edward, bds. 75 Pleasant 
Benedict I. A., cof. h.,222 Vine, Wood's 

Theatre, h. 216 George 
Benedict Michael, shoemkr. 192 W. 6th 
Beneters Emanuel, tailor, 301 W. 2d 
Benforde B. H. porter, bds. 70 Sycamore 
Bengel Geo., liuckster,651 Vine 
Benge! Piiilip, baker. 625 Vine 
BengerHy.,coufec., Baymillerb. Dayton 

and Bank 
Bengham Wm., shoemkr., wks. 34 W. 5th 
Benging Elias, turner, wks. H. Wieder- 

echt's 
Benging John, turner, wks. H. Wieder- 

echt's 
Bengle Geo., baker, 69 Wade 
Benham &. Co., envelope manufac, 38 

and 40 W. 4th 
Benham Danl. W., b.k., U. S. Express 

Co., bds. Broadway Hotel 
Benham Edward F. S., mess., U. S. Ex- 
press Co., lids. 258 Longworth 
Benhard, Andrew, bk. layer, e.s. Vine 

Street Hill 
Bening August, tailor, 25 Abigail 
Beninger Jacob, butcher, n.e.c. Browne 

and Vernon 
Benjamin Adolph, marble cutter, wks. 
David BoUes 



BENJAMIN B., (I. Block &. Co.,) pa- 
per mer., h. 72 Everett 
Benjamin Eliza, 21S Walnut 
BENJAMIN James, (McDonald & B..) 

res. Putnam, Ohio 
Benjamin James, bds. 143 Race 
Benjamin Joseph, (Samuels & B.) 51 E. 

Pearl 
Benjamin Margaret, seamstress, rear of 

167 W. 3d 
Benke Diederick, lab. rear 171 Webb 
Benneger Hy., tailor, Pavillion nr. Ob- 
servatory 
Benne Francis, lab. 2S 13th 
Benne Frank, carp., n.w c. John and 

Laurel 
Benne Hy., driver, 95 Clay 
Benner Chas., jeweler, Ifi W. 4th 
BennerGeo., carp., 600 Vine 
Benner Peter, cof. h. and b.h.,634 Race 
Bennett Mrs., 97 Clay 

Bennett , tinner, wks. 292 M 

Bennett A. A., (B., Kittridge & Co.)' 175 

Vine 
Bennett Almon, potter. 9P6 Central av. 
Bennett Alonzo, ins. and steamboat agt., 

14 Public Landing, res. Newport 
Bennett B. F., wks. 142W. 3d 
Bennett Benjamin, elk., 217 Laurel 
Bennett Benjamin S., hardware mer., 167 

Plum 
Bennett C. II., baker, 89 W. Court, h. 

175 Laurel 
Bennett Charles E., b k., 11 W. Pearl. 

bds. 167 Plum 
Bennett D. M., druggist, 435 Central av. 
Bennett Francis, medical studeut, bds. 

109 W. Court 
Bennett Fred C, adjuster iEtnalns. Co., 

171 Vine, h. 299 Baymiller 
Bennett Geo., eng.. 97 Clay 

~ "I'T GEORGE S., 

Editor, 
Cincinnati Enquirer, res. Newport 
Bennett George W., brk. mkr., n.e.c. 
Harriet and Richmond 
iNNETT H. THORNTON, at Cin- 
cinnati Directory Office, 194 AVal- 
nut, h. see alterations & omissions 
Bennett Hy. K., salesman, 90 Main, bds. 

Madison House 
Bennett Hy. T., groom, 27 W. 9th 
Bennett J. II., carp., n.w.c. John and 

Laurel 
Bennett J. M., cof. h., foot of 5th 
Bennett James, confec, 423 Svcamore 
Bennett Jas., tin shop, 158 Baymiller, h. 

2tJ2 Livingston 
Bennett John, carp., 4T9 Plum 
Bennett John, (Gooch&B.) res. Sid- 
ney, Ohio 
Bennett John, sawyer. Front nr. Leath- 

erbury Road 
Bennett Joseph, 151 Svcamore 

' JOSEPH B., General Agt. 

s. Co., 171 Vine. 
h. 65 Clinton 
Bennett M., brush mkr., bds. 227 M 
Bennett M., painter, 184 Linn 
Bennett Monroe, cof. h.. 13 Carr 
Bennett Morris, peddler, 571 Race 
Bennett Robt., elk., 171 Vine, h 

Richmond 
Bennett S. S., salesman, 74 W. 4th, bds. 

168 Elm 
Bennett Saml., butcher, 21 Lock 
Bennett T. U., bakery, 30 E. Pearl 
Bennett W. E., bark., 98 Sycamore 
Bennett W. P., mattress mkr., 151 Syca- 
more 
Bennigan James, tailor, 217 Central av., 

bds. Firemans' Hall 
Benning Wm., shoemkr., 8 Pleasant 
Benninger C., plow mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Miller & Go's 
Benninger Danl .moulder, wUs. Green- 
wood's foundry 
Benninger J., butcher, stall 44 6th Street 

Market 
Benninger L., butcher, stall 44 0th Street 

Market 
Bennoer Hy., cook, 46i E. 3d 
Bens Geo., cai-p., 89 Bank 
Bense Gebhard, barber, 921 Central av 
Bense Jas., collector City Water Works, 
office City Bldgs. 



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Benser A., varnisher, 1.30 W. Liberty 
Bensing Jacob, dray, 478 Linn 
Bensing John, biksmith, 116 Buckeye 
Bensing John, turner, Findlay b. Bay- 
miller and Linn 
Bensinger Chas., bds. 318 E. Pearl 
Bensinger M. elk., Pearl St. House 
Bensinger Moses, watch mkr., 48 Main, 

h. 21 College 
Bensinger Nimrod, lab., 179 W. Liberty 
Benster Wm., cooper, wks. Kaufman's 

Brewery 
Benson Benj., eng.,509 W, 4th 
Benson Benj. W., eng., 5(10 W. 4th 
Benson Elias, turner, Livingston b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Benson Elizabeth J., 37 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Benson H. P., wagon yard, 500 Elm 
Benson J. II., wks. 69 E. Front 
Benson John, moulder, 455 W. 2d 
Bent II., elk., 106 Everett 
Bcnte A., grocer, 555 W. 5th 
Bentel Louis, finisher, 102 Bremen 
Bentel Wm.. grocery, 63 Woodward 
Renter Alois, foreman, s.ec. Plum and 

Canal 
Renter B., turner. 391 W. Liberty 
BenterBen,4i)8 Main 
Benter Wm., bds. n wc. Pike and Front 
Benter Wm., s.s. Liberty nr. Linn 
Bentley Chas., coachman, 207 Plum 
Bentley David, printer, n.w.c. 3d and 

Main 
Bentley Geo. B., bds. 273 Walnut 
Bentley Lewis P., printer, bdg. 200 W. 

3d 
Bentley Milton, whitewasher, c. Baymil- 
ler and Betts 
Bentley Sarah, dress mkr., 207 Plum 
Benton Count, mach., bds. 68 Richmond 
Benton Cresha, rear 90 Broadway 
Benton D. L., bk. layer. 124 Everett 
Benton Hy., moulder, 616 W. 8th 
lientz Hy., cook. National Restaurant 
Bentz John, tailor, 131 Pleasant 
Bentz John, tinner. Bank b. Baymiller 

and Linn 
Bentz Joseph, cook, Burnet House 
Bentzetel Emanuel, butcher. Deer Creek 

Valley 
Bentzler Gustav, cigar mkr., s.w.c. Vine 

and 14th 
Benus Christ., cooper, Schiller street, h. 

Main nr. Ham. Road 
Benziger Martin, lithographer, 119 Wal- 
nut 
Benziger T. N. Adelrich, book store, 

b<Is. 305 Race 
Beockman Joseph, tailor, 106 Spring 
BEPLER August, (B. & Co.) s.w.c. Den- 
and Ham. Road. 

CO., (Edward B. & Au- 
Bankers, 
354 Main 
BEPLER Edward, (B & Co.) 354 Main 
Bepler Jacob, lab., Race b. 13th and 

14th 
Ber John, tailor, 36 Schiller 
Berbeck Walter, wks. 149 W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
Berberich J. J., cof. h., n.w.c. E. Pearl 

and Kilgour 
Berberich Chas., lab.. 32 Hamer 
Bercaw Amos H.. elk. C, H. & D. R.R. 

Depot, bds. 507 W. 8th 
Bercer John T., shoemkr., 438 W. 5th 
Berchman Hy., tailor, wks. 66 W. 5th,s. 

s. Longworth b. Butler and Stone 
BERCIER Oscar, (W. S. Wright & Co.) 

New Orleans 
Berderkomp Herman, lab., 27 Franklin 
Berdman Conrad, tanner, e.s. Hamburg 

nr. Mohawk 
Berends Christian, printer, 401 Elm 
Berens John D.. foreman at A. Buchan- 
an's, 226 Water 
Beresford Francis, slaughterhouse, junc- 
tion Walnut Hills and Reading Road 
Beresford Richard, butcher. Deer Creek 

Valley 
Beresford Saml., jr., butcher, 97 Dudley 
Beresford Saml., h. Deer Creek Valley 
Beressett B., wks. candle factory, Poplar 

b. Central av. and John 
Berg Adolph, tailor, bds. 90 E. 2d 



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Berg August, tin, sheet iroa and copi^er 

worker, 38 W. Court 
Berg Philip, dray, 38-2 Main, h. 64 Abi- 
gail 
Bergan Jas., lab., rear 14 Richmond 
Bergedink Ily., carp., 158 W. id 
Bergen Patrick, lab., 'J3 Accommodation 
Berger A. John, lab., 60lj Vine 
Berger Alex. M., agt. 128 W. 4th, h. 204 

Elm 
Berger Francis J., tailor, 512 Walnut 

I)l!;RGERH. II., 
\ Boots and Shoes, 
^ C4 E. 5th 
Berger John, cigar mkr., Tvks. s.w.c. 

Buckeye and Poplar 
Berger Leander, cigar mkr., wks. s.w.c. 

Buckeye and Poplar 
Berger Paul, watch mkr., 58 Dudley 
Berger Peter, pattern mkr., 143 W. 

Pearl 
Berger Wm., mach., 110 Abigail 
Bergerdink Ily., lab., n.w.c. Findlay and 

Linn 
Bergert C, lofi Baymiller 
Berget Conrad, cooper, 792 Central av. 
Bergewisk Mary,tailores3, 63 Abigail 
Bergfeld Hy.. grocer, 93 Spring 
Berghaus Bernard, mach., 155 Clark 
Bergler Anthony, foundry-man, 52 York 
Bergman H.,plow mkr., wks Garrett & 

Cottman's 
Bergman Martin, dray, 556 Sycamore 
Bergman Wm., cab. mkr., rear 9U W. 2d 
Bergmann Wm., 540 Main 
Bergmann Anna, 35 Elder 
• Bergmann G. A., cof. h., 31 Elder 
Bergmann Hy., cigar mkr., 310 Cutter 
Bergmann I. F., wines and liquors, 660 

Central av. 
Bergmann Maria, 33 Elder 
Bergmann Peter, cooper, 30 Webster 
Bergmeyer Fred., lab., s.w.c. Commerce 

and Race 
Bergmeyer Hy., tailor. Stone b. 5th and 

6th 
Berj;meyer John F., bk. layer, 55 Hughes 
Bergot I)., moulder, wks. s w.c. Central 

av. and Front 
Berhle Lucas, coffin cementer, 112 Clin- 
ton 
Bering Adolphus, cllc, 219 Walnut, h. 

115 Court 
Beringer Frank, wood sawyer, w.s. But- 
ler nr. Pearl 
Berk Hy., sawyer, 68 Central av. 
Berkan J. W., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Berkan T. F, wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Berkaw John , mach., 60 Observatory 
Berkaw Theo., mach., GO Observatory 
Berkemeyer Herman H., lab., 67 Spring 
Berkemier Fred.,2-'3 Betts 
Berker C, cab. mkr., 283 Linn 
Berkhammer Geo., ship carp., 494 W. 

5 th 
Berkart Hy., upholsterer, 126 Clay 
Berkhaus Bernard, tailor, 128 Clay 
Berkheimer Chas., mach., 531 Main 
BerShofer Geo., cab. mkr., 457 Walnut 
Berkley Anthony, lab., 515 E. Front 
Berkley Wm., bk. moulder, bds. 164 

Carr 
Berkmann Herman, painter, bds. 464 

Walnut 
Berkmeyer Geo., safe mkr., 144 Spring 
Berkshire Gairett, porter, e.s. Lock b. 

6th and 8th 
Berkshire W. C, (Hanks & B.) Peters- 

bnrg, Ky. 
Berlekamp Fred., dra.v, 4 Bedinger 
Berlew Danl., carp., bds. 339 Main 
Berlin Hy., shoemkr., 682 Central av. 
Berliner Abraham, tailor shop, 189 

Broadway 
Berliner Moses, fur dealer, 264 Main 
Berliner Myer, elk. 40 W. Pearl 
Berliner Solomon, furniture store, &c., 

s.e.c. Main and 8th, h. 264 Main 
Berling Andrew, tailor, 532 John 
Berlins Fred , teamster. Cherry alley b. 

Plum and Central av. 
Berling H. H., shoemkr., 917 Central av 
Berraady Simon, fireman, 478 W. 5tli 
Berman Wm. T-, grocer, ItlTO Central av 



Bermann Rev. Anthony, pastor St. Ma- 
ry's Church, h. 64 Clay 
Bermann D., clothing, 54 E. Frontand 5 

Broadway, h. 98 W. Front 
Bermer Fred., lab., 672 Central av. 
Bermerlly., cab. mkr., wks. 470 W.Oth, 

bds. c. Ban- and Linn 
Bermingham Jas.. tailor, wks. 128 Wal 

nut, bds. 186 Rnce 
Bernard Chas., carp., 520 Freeman 
Bernard Chas., lab., 520 Freeman 
Bernard Christian, boots and shoes, 612 

Vine 
Bernard Bernard, lab., 2?6 W. Liberty 
Bernard Goo., cab. mkr., 1009 Central av 
Bernard George W., conductor, 0. & M. 

R. R., 13 Hathaway 
Bernard Jacob, moulder, 16 Moore 
Bernard .lohn, brklayer, bds. s.e.c. Rit- 

tenhouse and Clark 
Bernard Joseph, lab., rear 444 W. 3d 
Bernard Martin, tailor, 27 E. Liberty 
Bernard N. L., flour dealer, 59 W. Canal, 

h. 197 W. 7th 
Bernard Paul, porter, 344 Walnut 
Bernard Peter, lab., 192 Hopkins 
Bernbeck Fred., finisher, wks. Lane & 

Bod ley's 
Berne Chas. J., elk., 33 W. 3d, h. 66 

Barr 
Berne Chris., bk. binder. 71 Hughes 
Berne Elizabeth J., teacher, at3d district 

school, h. 66 Barr 
Berne & Haynes (Wm. J. B. & Edward 

T. H ) painters, 132 Race 
Berne Jonathan J., ins. agt., 33 W. 3d, 

h. 66 Barr 
Berne Peter, lab., 544 E. Front 
Berne Wm. J., (B. & Haynes) 72 Barr 
Bernens J., grocer, 369 W. 5th 
BernerF., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Central 

av and Front 
Berner J., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Central 

av and Front 
Berner John, baker, bds. 90 W. Court 
Bernes Herman, porter, 56 and 5S Main, 

h. 23 Conim»:ce 
Bernhard John, shoemkr., 145 Clay 
Bernhard Peter, shoemkr., H.i Clay 
Bernhardt John, tobacconist, 3-16 Ham. 

Road 
Bernhardt Richard, tobacco packer, 346 

Ham. Road 
Bernheim Samuel, b.k., 228 Main, h. 246 

Walnut 
Bernheim Shai. trav. agt,, 228 Main, h. 

246 Walnut 
Bernhorn Clemens, cof. h., 52 W. Court 
Bernhorn Hy., box mkr., 99 W. 2d 
Berniaud Edmond L., baggage master, 

0. & M. R. R., res. 152 W. 4th 
Bernin Christopher, grocer, 515 E. Front 
Bern in g Bernard, feed store, 267 Free- 
man, h. 79 Gest 
Berning Bernhard, sawyer, wks. at M. & 

L. Glenn's 
Berning Casper, shoemkr., 364 W. 5th 
Berning Frank, elk., s.e.c. Buckeye and 

Poplar 
Berning Geo. (Grothe & B.) 
Berning Uy., cigar mkr., bds. 97 Buck- 
eye 
Berning John, printer, 177 Hopkins 
Berning Wm.. chair mkr., bds. 17 B:irr 

BERXINGHAUS RICHARD, 
Wh. Manufac. Ink. Book Binding, 
Varnish and Perfumery, 13 Carr 
Bernreiter E., tanner, wks. "669 Kim 
Berns Deiderick. lab., 226 Water 
Berns Wm., cigar mkr., 448 Walnut 
Bernstein F , 154 Sycamore 
Bernstein Joanna, milliner, wks. 186 W. 

5th 
Bernstein John C. brk. moulder. Carrb. 

8th and 9th 
Berodoff W., tailor, 58 David 
Berord Fred., musician, 518 Main 
Berord Mary, 518 Main 
BerraU Chas., com, mer., 24 E. 2d, h. 

343 W. 4th 
Berreger Joseph, shoemkr , 49 E. 3d 
Berrigan Patrick, lab., 6th e. of Lock 
Berrlgen James, hostler, wks. n.w.o, 

Race and Longworth 
Berringer Frank, wks. w.s. Lawrence b, 

Pearl and Front 



Berry Ann, c. Walker and Ringgold 
Berry Bridget, 316 W. 9th w. of Central 

av 
Berry Christian, carp., wks F9 W. 2d 
Berry Hannah, 121 VV. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Berry James, 48 Longworth 
Berry James, lab , rear 72 Richmond 
Berry James, lab., 137 W. Canal 
Berry James, shoemkr., 264 VV. 9th w.of 

Central av 
Berry John, bds. 144 E. 2d 
Berr.y John, lime and cement, 600 Cen- 
tral av 
Ben-y Mary, shoe binder, 1.t4 Carr 
Berry Richard cook, U. S. Hotel, c. 6th 

and Walnut 
Berry Thos. C, elk., 447 John 
Berry Willis W., 77 Hopkins 
Berryhill Alex. S., salesman, 87 W. 

Pearl, bds. Pearl St. House 
Bershausen Hy. S., wood sawyer. Hand 

al, b. Clark and W. Court 
Berster Hy-., shoemkr., bds. 2d b. Broad- 
way and Ludlosv 
Bertee Chas. J. U., janitor, room 4 tTnion 

Block 
Bertel Fred., cab. mkr., wks. s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Bertelin£ Joseph, lab., n.w.c. Freeman 

and 9th 
Bertelt F., shoemkr., 179 Linn 
Bertensbaw James, tailor. 257 Main 
BerthennGeo. L., baker, wks. 60 E. 

Front 
Bertholt Ghri.st., b.aker. 244 W. 6th 

I)ERTKENS DIDERICK, 
\ Confectioner and Baker, 
' 71 Sycamore 

Bertling Ernst, jewelry store, 426 Walnut 
Bertling Geo., tannei', 23 Dunlap 
Bertling Philip, barber. Court House 

Bldg 
Bertram A. F., elk., 197 E. Front, bds. 

^8 E. 4th 
Bertram Benj., baker, .^23 R.ace 
Bertram Hy., porter, 8 Main, h. 599 

Race 
BERTRAM Peter (Canfield & B.) bds. 

88 E. 4th 
Bertram Peter, elk., s.s 3d b. Butler and 

M. Canal 
Bertsoliinger Chas., gardener, bds. 313 

E. Pearl 
Berstedt August, lab., 412 Walnut 
Bertzel Hermen, cab. mki'., 21)3 Betts 
Berwick llera.an, cab. mkr., wks. 89 W. 

2d 
Berzman Wm., cab. mkr., 90 W. 2d 
Besack Adam, bk. binder, 137 Walnut, 

h. 72 Peach 
Bescher T., elk., 140 Main 
Besching Hy..carp.. 31 Ham. Koad 
Beschmann Chas. V., architect, 544 Elm 
Besener Sister Dominica, St. Mary's Hos- 
pital 
Bash Frank, tinner, 97 Barr 
Beshnut Chris., lab., n.s. Clai'kson b. 
Central av and Bank 

Besing , orchestra. National Theater 

Besing Thomas, lithographei-, K/6 14th 
Besinn Caroline. 58 Abigail 
Besker Fred.. 17 E. 3d e. of Lock 
BesseG., car trimmer, s.w.c. 6th and Sy- 
camore [son 
Bessinger John F., varnisher, 28 Madi- 
Ees^ink Frank, turner. 38 W. Front 
Bessler Jaci-b, bar k., 283 Bremen 
Bessten Josei)h, carp., 717 Ejm 
Best Adam, cooper, 277 Ham. Road 
Best Richard, carp., 57 Kossuth 
Best Wm., cab. mkr., bds. n.w.c. Cen- 
tral av and 2d 
Best Wm., cab. mkr., 131 Longworth 
Beste Christian, lab., 75 Kilgour b. 3d 

and Ellen 
Beste Conrad, peddler, bds. 431 Vine 
Beste Hy., peddler, 431 Vine 
Beste Hy. A., china, glass and queens- 
ware, 533 Main 
Bestendorf Philip, elk., 444 Main 
Besterman Barney, conductor, 448 E. 

Front 
Bestinger Joseph, finisher, 387 Main 
Bestow M. P., salesman, n-e.c. 4th and 
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Besuden Fred., b.k., 93 Walnut, h. 351 
W.Jth 

BESUDEN HENRY, 
Dealer in Leaf Tobacco and Cigars, 
93 Walnut, h. Walnut Hills 
BESUDEN HERMAN, 
Ditiin? Saloon, 59 E. Pearl, 
h. 47] Elm 
Besuden Ludwig. 351 W. 5th 
Betcher Casper, phys., C58 Vine 
Betel Joseph, mattress mkr., 16 Hamer 
Eetenhine Hv.. maible cutter, Race b. 

14th and loth 
Betermer M., cab. mkr., wks. 5 Augusta 
Betgh Harmon, peddler, w.s Coleman 

nr. Central av 
Bethge Gustav., porter, s.w.c. 3d and 

■Vine 
Betholer George, driver. 67 Butler 
Bethold Jno., boiler mkr., wks. 50 Pike 
Betker Samuel, bds. Tremont House 
Betker Theodore, cigar mkr., 193 Mound 
Betting G.. brewer, wks. 721 Elm 
Bettinger Mathias, pattern mkr., 14 IMil- 

ton [dry 

Bettle S., mach.. wks. Greenwood's Fouu- 
Bettman Abraham, phys., 245 Elm 
Bettman Fred., porter, bds. 344 E. Front 
Bettraan Morris, hosiery, 81) W. 5th, h. 

270 W. 9th 
Bettman P., printer, wks. 21 E. 3d, h. 

Newport 
BETTMANN Bernhard (Simon Shohl <fc 

Co.) 260 W. 7th 
Betts Aaron S., salesman, 57 W. Pearl, 

bds. Gibson House 
Betts Addison, 16 Clai-Ic 

BETTS CHAS. S., 
Clerk, Mayor's Office, 
h. 283 Richmond 
Betts F. J., salesman, Winston &. John- 
ston, bds. Madison House 
Betts Hy., printer, 417 Broadway 
Betts Isaac, 16 Clark 
Betts J. W., 13 Gorman 
Betts Joseph, bds. National Hotel 
Betts Ma-garet, cof. h., 45 E. Gth 
Betts 0. C., 66 Clark 
Betts Smith, n.e.c. John and Hopkins 

BETTY EDWARD, 
Reporter, Gazette, 
n.e.c. Tine and 4th 
Betty Wm., cashier. lUO W. 5th, h. 125 

Mill 
Betty Wm., jr., ait., dry goods, 100 W. 

5th, h. 125 Mid 
Betz Fred., lab, 6 Walnut 
Betz Fred., boots and shoes, 522 Walnut 
Betzer F., butcher, wSs. n.s. Wade b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Betzar George, shoe mkr,, 21 Ludlow 
Betzer George, shoe mkr., I Landing, e, 

of Broadway, bds. Ill E. 2d 
Beukhaus Geo., teamster, 62 McFarland 
Beuttel Carl, (Boos & B.), 28 Allison 
Beuzer Henry, blacksmith, wks. at T. F. 

Baker's, h. 475 Walnut 
Bevan David, shingler, bds. 6th Ward 

House 
Bevan John, res. Mt Auburn 
Bevan John, shingler, bds. Gth Ward 

House 
Beverman Conrad, tailor, 251 Hopkins 
BE VIS Alfred, (Leavitt & B.), bds. 

Bevis House 
Bevis Daniel, huckster, 75 W. 5th 
Bevis Henry, pattern mkr., 123 Linn 

BKVIS HOUSE, 
s.e.c Court and Walnut 

EVTS M. & SON, 
(Martin B. & Riley B ), Proprietors 
of Bevis House, s.e.c. Court and 
Walnut 
Bevis Mark, painter, bds. n.w.c. Rich- 
mond and Bavmiller 
BEVIS Martin, (M. B & Son), s.e.c. 

Court and Walnut 
BEVIS Riley, (M. Bevis Sc Son), s,e,c. 

Court and Walnut 
Bevy John, teamster. 55 Jones 

BEWLEY THOMAS, 
Grocery, n.w c. 5th and Sycamore, 
h. 106 Smith. 
Bexell John, watch mkr., n.e.c. 3d and 
Sycamore 



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Bey Wm., (Wm. B. & Co.), s.w.c. Main 

and 12th 
Bey Wm. & Co., (Wm. B. & Frederick 

Chateau) vinegar manufac. 430 Main 
Beye August, 3* Mulberry 
Beyerle John, physician, 67 Liberty 
Beyland Chas. F., b. k. 17 W. 3d, h. 

Newport 
Beyland E. A. H., b. k., 8 W. 3d, h. 

Campbell Co., Ky. 
Bhuinia John, box manufac.. River b. 

Elm and Race, h. 15 Race 
Bhymer Louis, lab., s.s. Front b. Louis 

and Vance 
Bhymer Thomas, blacksmith, wks. at S. 

T. Hambleton & Co's 
Bialaszewitz Johanna, 66 Abigail 
Biardon Martin, lab. 1 16 Butler 
Bibent Morris, wks. Longworth's Wine 

manufactory 
Bice Eliza. Milliner. 479 W. 7th 
BICHARD Peter, (P. B. & Son), 535 

Vine 
BICHARD Peter jr., (P. B. & Son), 535 

BICHARD PETER & SON, 
(Peter & Peter jr.), 
Furniture Manufacturers, 535 Vine 
Bick Mrs., 630 Vine 

Bick Albert, cooper, c. Dudley and Li- 
berty 
Bick Bernard, lab., 61 Pendleton 
Bick William, carp., 42 Barr 
Bicke Conrad, lab., wks. at F. Portman's 

BICKEL EDWARD A., 
Stoves and Tinware, 241 W. 5th, 
h. 353 W. 5th 
Bickel William. Millinery, 425 Vine 
Bickerdyke Robert, car. painter, wks. .55 

E 5th. 
Bickett Francis, carp., 48 Kossuth 
Bickett Jas., bricklayer, 37 Rittenhouse 
Bickett John Edward, carp., bds. 37 Rit- 

tenhouse 
Bickhara T. H. Y., asst. city auditor, 
city building, h. Ptorrs township 

BICKIIAM WM. D., 
Journalist, " Commercial " Office, 
h 357 John. 
Biekhaus Bernard, blacksmith, 15 High 

BICKLEY H. T.. 
Preserved Fruit, 111 E. Pearl, e, of 
Broadway, h. Newport 
Bickman Valentine, awning mkr., bds. 

48 E. Pearl 
Bicknell Benjamin, planing mill, Fulton 

nr. Foster 
Bickneaver Bernard, lab.. 193 Everett 
Bicknell & Drake. (Edward M. B. & 

Louis P. D.), shirt manufac, 54 W. 

4th 
Bicknell Edward M., (B. & Drake), 203 

Everett 
Bicknell Ira, kindling manufac, s.w.c. 

Front and Lumber 
Bidder Henry, vinetar maker, wks. at 

Conkling's white lead fai.'tory 
Biddle Francis J., attorney. 22 W. Court 
Bidfile Hester, 26 Woodward 
Biddle, W. F., Sup't 0. & M. R. R. 
Bidenharn Anton (Vierschilling & B.), 

25 Green 
Bidwel! Solomon, printer, 187 Barr 
Biebei Andrew, clothing, 8 E. 4th. h. 37 

Locust 
Biebei Nicholas, tailor, wks. 8 E. 4th, h. 

90 Peete 
Biedemann Wm., painter, 21 Hannibal 
Biedeobeck George, finisher. 45 Hughes 
Biedenbender Adam. lab.. 199 Bremen 
Biedenbender Charles, cig. mkr., 199 

Bremen 
Biedenbender Jacob, hats, &c., 212 Main 

BIEDINGER PKTKR, 
Paper Dealer, 548 Kim 

Biegel Frank, tailor, s.e.c. Front and 

Barr al. 
Biegel Gottfried, cooper, wks. s.s. Dayton 

b. Freeman and Western av. 
Biegle Martin, cooper, wks. 133 Western 

av. 
Biegle Valentine. 107 W. 2d 
Biegon Charles, 154 Sycamore 
Biehl Martin, cooper, bds. s.e.c. Harrison 

av. and Brighton 



Biehler Adam, cooper, bds, s.e. c. Har- 
rison av. and Brighton 
Biehler J., cab. mkr., wks. 196 W. Pearl 
Biehmann Ferd., dray., 104 Buckeye 
Bielaszenrez Thomas, baker, 102 Abigail 
Bieler Geo., salesman, 240 Main, bds. 

376 Elm 
BIELER Henry, (Nickel & B.), res. 

Delhi tp. 
Biehan, George, rear 87 M,artin 
Bieman Reinhanlt, marble cutter, wks. 

at David Bolles 
Biemann ily., stone cutter, 12 Mulberry 
Biemcr Barney, tailor, wks. 8 E. 4th, h. 

51 Peete 
Bienecker, Miss Mary, milliner, bds. 119 

Mound 
Biening Christian, dray., 124 Clay 
Biening Fred., watchman in Cook's fac- 
toid, 201 Freeman L*'"i 
BIER Emmanuel, (Steiner & B.), 10 E. 
Bier Henry, lab., Phoebe, b. Plum and 

Central av. 
Bierbach Joseph, lab., 55 Buckeye 
Bierbaum Henry, 172 Baymiller 
Bierbaum Henry, lab., 370 Broadw.ay 
Bierbaum Henry, distiller, bds. 560 Plum 
Bierbaum P., painter, 11 Whiteman 
Bierbaum Peter, distiller, rear 560 Plum. 
Biere Bernhard, tinner, Walnut hills 
Biere W. F., piano tuner, 64 W. 4th, h. 

139 Plum 
Biergar Joseiih, 442 E. Front 
Bierman Frederick, cooper. 491 Race 
Biermau Henry, salesman, 205 Walnut 
Bierman Henry, tailor, 195 Everett 
Bierman Henry A., cutter, % Clinton 
Biermann August, cof. h., 10 W. Court 
Biernbaum Catharine, 434 Main 
Biernbaum John, night policemen 13th 

Ward, 432 Main 
Biers Edward, 593 Elm 
Biesenbeck Adolph, musician, Western 

Museum, h. Covington 
Brieser Chs., barber shop. 28 E. Front 
Bieser Valentine, barber, 28 E. Front 
Biesing Charles, finisher, 73 Clay 
Biesmann Barney, 60 Hunt 
Bietzer G., lab., bds. 24 E. Front 
Bigelow & Connor, (Horace G. B. & 
Edwin A. C.;, feed store, 465 Co- 
lumbia and 470 Front 
Bigelow Horace G., (Bigelow & Connor) 

" 448 W. 3d 
Bigelow Jackson, river trader, 115 Van- 
horn 
Bigelow Moses, lab., 29 Hathaway 
Bigelow Sinas, eng., 366 AV. Liberty 
Bigeon Madame, Milliner, 93 W. 5th 
Bigt'el C. W., carp., 363 W. 3d 
Biggen Bridget, servt., 308 W. 6th, w. of 

Central av. 
Bigger Henry, cof. h. 21 E. 5th, h. 25 

Harrison 
Bigger James W., harnessmkr. 402 Bay- 
miller 
Biggin Patrick, mach., Oregon, nr. Ob- 
servatory road 
Biggs, bfls. Railroad Hotel 
BIGGS Joseph A., (Netf, B. & Co.;, 55 

Gest 
Biggs Rev. T. J., 332 Vine 
Biggs Thos. J., elk., 322 Vine 
Bigss T. R., (Thomas R. B. & Co.), h. 

■"nr. Milford 
Biggs T. R. & Co., (Thomas R B., D. 
A White), grocers, 17 Pub. Lauding 
Bigham D. L , elk., s.e. c. 6th and Main 

h. s.w. c. 9th and Race 
Bigham Wm., carriage mkr , bds. 26 W. 

7 th 
Bigle Gottfried, cooper, Dayton, b. White- 
man and Linn 
BIGLER & CO.. 
(Daniel M. B. & Jacob A. J. B.), 
Produce and Groceries, 155 W. 5th 
BIGLER Daniel M., (Bigler &Co.), 155 
W. 5th 

BIGLKR GEO. AV., 
Physician, office and residence .59 
W. 7 th 
Bigler Jacob, brick mason, bds. 606 A'ine 
BIGLER Jacob A. J., (Bigler & Co.), 

155 W. 5th 
Bigstaff B. F. B., elk., 47 W. 2d, h. 
Newport 



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OF ALL KINDS— BOOKS, MUSIC, PATExNT MEDICINE DIRECTIONS, JOBS, WOOD EN- 
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Bihie Daniel, chainnkr., 10 Wilson 
Bihlman John, bar k., 437 Vine 

BlUN ANDREW, 
Potter, i.'39 Hamilton road 

Bihn Mike, hostler, c. Ilanison av. and 

Patterson 
Bikus Henry, painter, wks. 610 Race 
Bilban Thos., lab., bds. Kiver b. Walnut 

and Vine 
Bile George, wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Bielefeld Dietrich, lab., 518 Main 
Biles Thompson, (W. P.), 39 Dayton al. 

b. Baymiller and Linn 
Biley Kate, n,s. Front above Foster 
Biley John, lab., rear 4i32 K. Front 
Biley Oswald, rep. clocks, n.a. Front 

above Foster 
Bilger John, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Bilingstein JoIjii. lab., 664 Elm 
Bilkie Henry, shoemkr., Anderson al. b. 

Columbia and W. W. Canal 
Bill Bernard U., lab., 102 Abigail 
Bill John, foreman, 483 W. 3d 
Billau Adam, mer. tailor, 97 E. Pearl e. 

of Broadway 
Billerbeck A. B., b. k., 25 E. Front, res. 

Newport 
Billerbeck Clemens A., cof. h., 189 E. 

Pearl e. of Broadway 
Billerbeck Miry, 121 Martin 
BiUermann George, barber, 66 Freeman 
Billett Joseph, hardware, 26 13th 
Billett Leopold, shoemkr., 39 W. Court 
Billian Michael, clothing, 536 Main 
Billlgheimer Joseph, 17 14th b. Plum 

and Central av. 
Billlgheimer Louis, meat store, 202>^ W. 

6th 
Billing David, lab., 49 W. Front 
Billinger Martin, grocer 708 Central av. 
Billings Charles E.,bk. layer, 66 ll-.ch- 

mond 

BILLIODS FREDERICK, Lafayette 
Brewery, n.s. Hamilton Road b. Vine 
and Race. h. 721 Vine 
Billion Geo., blksmith. High nr. Front 
Billord John, carp., wks. 161 E. Front 
Bilter Herman, tailor, 152 Linn 
Biltz Au2ust. elk., s.w.c. 3d and Main, 

h. 13 Buckeye 
Biltz Chas.. blksmith, wks. 108 E. 2d, h. 

Newport 
Bimann John H., lab., 12 Mulberry 
Bimann Beinhard, stone cutter, 12 Mul- 
berry 
Bimper Francis, dray, bds. 394 Vine 
Binheim Herman, grocery, 67 Hughes 
Binder Bernard, plow mkr., 67 Spring 
Biuder F. X., saddler, 669 Vine 
Binder Hy., tailor, 29 Schiller 
Binder Louis, stone cutter, 75 Milton 
Binder Oswald, cof. h , 24 E. Front 
Binder Theo.. painter, 2 Mulberry 
Bindhammer Paul, b.h., 340 Vine 
Bindley Edward, b.k., 52 W. 2d 
Bindley Hiram, finisher, wks. Globe 

Foundry 
Bindley Jas., carp., 395 W. 3d 
Bineger Rudolph, bk. mkr., 61 York 
Bing Jonas. (J. & M. B. jr.) 3S5 M;iin 
Bing J. & M. jr., (Jonas B. & Moses B. 

jr.) clothiers, 363 Main 
Bing Mn-ice, weaver, bds. 90 W. Court 
Bing Moses jr., (J. & M. B. jr.) •i5Q W. 

6th 
Bing Nathan, clothing, 250 W. 6th 
Bingham David L., b.k., s.w.c. 9th and 

Race 
Bingham Thos., shoemkr., s.s. Front b. 

Louis and Hill 
Bingham Wm., boot and shoemkr., n.s. 

Front below Hill 
Binker Richard, lab., wks. Lane & Bod- 
ley's 
Binkner Bernard, cab. mkr., wks. 69 ^Y. 

2d 
Binnemeyer Barney, porter, Observatory 

Road nr. Hill 
Binney Geo., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Binton J M., banker, 155 John 
Biquet Hy., janitor, s.w.c. 4th and Wal- 
nut 



Birch Geo., steward, 17 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Birch Peter, bk. binder, wks. 107 Main 
Birch Stephen, teamster, 181 Water 
Birck3Cbas.,lab..64 Hunt 
Bird Alraham, porter. 18 E. 4th, h. 66 

Riohmond 

BIRD, BURROWS & CO.. (Henry N. 
B., George B. &. Wm. W. Cooper.) 
Chair Manufacturers, n.e.c. 3d and 
Hammond 
Bird Chas., elk., s.w.c. 3d and Walnut, 

h 197 Broadway 
Bird Chas., elk., bds. 197 Broadw.ny 
Bird Chas. G., music taacher, bds. 125 

W. 5th 
BIRD Henry N., (B., Burrows &. Co.) 

269 VV. Court 
Bird Herbert, b.k,, 33 W. 3d, h. Coving- 
ton 
Bird Ira H., exchange office, 272 W. 7th 

w. of Central av. 
Bird Jas., porter, i:20 Broadway 
Bird Jas. H., sawyer, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Bird Jasper, elk. n.e.c. 4th and Main, 

bds. HI Sycamore 
Bird Joseph, bk. layer, basement Free- 
man St. Baptist Church 
BIRD M. H., 
Books and Stationary, 997 Central 
Avenue, bds. 41 George 
Bird N., salesman, n.w.c. 5th and Vine, 

h. 272 W. 7th 
Bird Nicholas, atty., s.w.c. 3d and Syc- 
amore, h.2'14 Richmond 
Bird Richard, dyei-, 2U4 Richmond 
Bud Richard, law student, 204 Kich- 

mond 
Eire Samuel, shoemkr., bds. 281 Central 

av. 
Birell .Mary, 71 W. Court w. of Central 

av. 
Birg Martin, G90 Vine 
Birg Ontwin, wks. 440 E. Front 
Birgler Clemens, waiter. 29 W. 5th 
Birgler Wm., bar k., 29 W. 5th 
Birgler John, brass finisher, 65 Lodge, 
h. 129 Liberty 

Birkaw , yard master, 5117 W. 8th 

Birkley Gabriel, express driver, 55 Alli- 

Birkley Julian, 55 Allison 

Birkmann Nicholas, lab., bds. 6.;0 Vine 

Birmingham Catharine, servt., Burnet 

House 
Birmingham Jas., tailor, bds. 186 Race 
Birmingham John, wks. slaughter-house. 

Deer Creek Valley 
Birmingham Mary, servt., Burnet House 
Birmingham Michael, lab., 261 W. 5th 
Birubrear Adolph, express driver, 629 

Elm 
Birnbryer Adolph. elk., Broadway Ho- 
tel 
Birney Jas., hosiery, 70 W. 5th, h. 223 

Laurel 
Birnke Chas., lab., 115 Woodward 
Birrell Jas.. upholsterer, 136 Sycamore, 

h. ■Walnut Hills 
Birt Wm., butcher. Deer Creek Valley 
Birtwhistle Richard, pressman, Gazette, 

n.e.c. 4th and Vine 
Bisby Wni. B., lumber dealer. 6 Jane 
Bisher Jacob, cab. mkr., 22 Madison 
BISCHOK Bernhard, (B. & xMarch,) 24 

E. 7th 

BISCHOF & MARCH. (Bernhard B. 
& Sisel M.) Wholesale Ready-made 
Clothing and Furnishing Goods, 35 
W. Pearl 
BischoflF Herman, horse shoer, 52 Eve- 
rett 
Bisco J., lab., wks 48 W. Front 
Bisdorf John, carp., bds. Easrle House 
Bishop Alex. D., at 36 Main, h. 13Chest- 

nut 
Bishop Charles, painter, bds. Ludlow 

House 
Bishop Chas. H., elk.. Enquirer, h. 77 

Spring 
Bishop Christian, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Biehop Geo., wks. s.e.c. Pearl and Pike 
BISHOP Geo. W., (R. M. B. &. Co.) 101 
W. 7th 



Bishop Hammond, blksmith, 52 Eve- 

•rett 
Bishop Hy., lab., 63 Clay 
Bishop Jacob G., (Manning & B.) 115 

W. 9tli 
Bishop Jas., boiler mkr., wks. n.e.c. 

Front and Butler 
Bishop Jas. W., elk. 36 M.ain, h. 101 W. 

7th 
Bishop John T., painter, Kichmond be- 
low Harriet 
BISHOP John W , (Dickinson, Price Sc 

B.) h. 101 W. 7th 
Bishop Jonathan, dealer in flat boats. 

River b. Vice and Race, li. 9 Race 
Bishop Justin R.. photographist, 58 W. 

4lh, up stairs, li. Newport 

BISHOP R. M. & Co..(H.M. B.,Geo. 
W. B. & Wm. T. B.) Wholesale 
Grocers, 36 Main 
BISHOP RICHARD M.. (R. M. B. & 
Co.) Mayor, Office City Buildings, 
h. n.e.c. 8th and Mound 
Bishop Saml., grocer, 19 Mercer 
Bishop .Saml. P., elk., 17 W. 3d, h. 137 

E. 5th 
Bishop Stephen, cab. mkr., bds. 579 W. 

5th 
Bishop Wm., blksmith, 133 E. Pearl e. 

of Broadway ' 
Bishop Wm., painter, 50 Race 
BISHOP Wm. T., (R. M. Bishop & Co.) 

266 W. 7th 
Bishopsiman Jane, 84 W. 8th 

t) ISHOI'RICK H. & CO., (II. B. & T. 
\ M. Redhead.) Baking Powders, 
' 111 W. 5th 
BISHOPRICK Henry, (H.B. & Co.) 57 

Longworth 
Bissell H. B.. asst. cashier Bank of the 

Ohio Valley, 65 W. 3d 
Bissell Hy. T., atty., with Tilden & Til- 
den, bds. 33 W. 9th 
Biswinger John, lab., 677 W. 6th 
Bitliner John, earthenware mkr , wks. 94 

Hunt 
Bitman Catharine, widow, 672 Central 

Bitmer Frank, lab., ,?62 Freeman 

Bitner A., 160 Everett 

Bilner Francis, lab., Barr al. nr. Stone 

Bitte Chas., cab. mkr., 499 Vine 

Bittel Hy., turner, cor. Ham. Road and 

Vine 
Bitter Louis, carp., 172 Baymiller 
Bitter Martha, dress mkr., 174 W. 6th 

BITTER PETKR, 
Merchant Tailor, 
210 W. 6th 
Bittle John, finisher, 128 W. 9th 
Bittner Jacob, tailor,16 Mulberry 
Bittnon Herman, lab., 82 Hunt 
BIttes Francis, painter, n.s. Frontb. Fos- 
ter and Corp. line 
Bittzen Joseph, butcher. Deer Creek A'al- 

ley 
Blanse Herman, carp., 25 Abigail 
BLACHLY Joseph W., (B., Simpsofi 
& Co.) h. Morristown. N. J. 

BLACHLY, SIMPSON & CO., (Jos. 
W. B., J A. S., Walker M. Yeat- 
man & John H. Hibben,) V,'hole- 
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Black , 499 Sycamore 

Black Ambrose, eng.. 241 Freeman 
Black Andy, variiisher, bds. 48 E. Pearl 
Black Chas., cook, Culvert b. 6th and 

7th 
Black David, moulder. 218 W. Front 
Black Edward, cab. mkr., n.s. Front be- 
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Black Edward, umbrella mki-. 365 Broad- 
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Black Geo., dray, 505 W. 4th 
Black Hannah, tailoress, 101 Betts 
Black Harriet, seamstress. 15 Stone 
Black llonora, 363 AV, 6th 
Black Jas. A., designer and carver, 308 

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Black John, cab. mkr., wks. Meader &. 

Go's 
Black John, lab., 157 (up stairs) W. 6th 
Black Josiah, niach., 6) Wade 
Black Margaret, Cherry al. b. Plum and 

Central av. 
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Black Mary, servt., 118 E. Liberty 

Black Mai-y, servt., 435 George 

Black N. E.. salesman, 21 Pearl, bds. 

162 W. 5th 
Black 0.,bk. mkr.,wks. n.s. Gestb. Gar- 
rard and Mill Creek, h. Pierson 
Black S., bk. mkr., 28 Pearson 
Black Samuel, 48G, W. 4th 
Black Samuel, mach., wks. 30 Butler 
Black Samuel F,, atty., n.w.c. 4th and 

Sycamore, h. 12S E. Liberty 
Black Wm., carp., bds. Union Blk 
Black Wm. L., carp., room 2J Union 

Blk 
BlacUall Walter A., painter and glazier, 

196 W. Court 
Blackburn Catharine, wid., 58 Bank 
Blackburn Christopher, waiter 288 W. 

Front 
Blackburn Edward, butcher, 5(15 Linn 
BLACKBURN F. A., (Alexander Talbott 

&: Co.,) h. Covington 
Blackburn Francis, 421 W. 3d 
Blackburn J., surveyor, 142 Baymiller 
Blackburn J. A., mail elk., P. O. 
Blackburn Jacob C, phys., 131 Barr 
Blackburn John, attorney at law, n.e.c. 

4th and Walnut 
Blackburn John A. butcher, 58 Bank 
Blackburn Robert, 113 Pike 
Blackburn Thomas, piano manuf., 283 

Main, h. 71 Laurel 
Blacker Mary Jane, milliner, 479 W. 

7th 
Blacker John, cooper, 75, Spring 
Blackart Edward, brass moulder, 60 Ob- 
servatory 
Blackete Frank, moulder, wks. 250 E. 

Front, e.of Broadway 
Blackett Edward, brass founder, wks. 

154 E. Front 
Blackett Frank, moulder, s.e.c. Pai'sons 

and 3d. 

BLACKFORD PRICE, 
Monongahela House, 
12 E. Front 
Blackford Charles, 111 Clark 

BLACKMAN GEORGE C, 
Physician, 
113 W- 8th 
Blackman Henry, mach., wks at T. F. 

Baker's 
Blackman John L., wood yard, 68 Smith, 

h. 315 W. 3d 
BLACKMORE Dawson, jr., (J. A. Lou. 

don & Co.,) Madison. Ind. 
Blacksmith shop, L. M. R. R., c. Front 

and Niagara 
Blackstone Susan, 63 E.7th 
Blackwell Anna, bds. 125 Longworth 
Black well Henry, elk., s.w.o. 7th and 

Central av., h. 151 Carr 
Blackwell J. J,, .334 Race 
Blackwood Thomas, elk., L. M. R- R., 

Depot, h. Newport, Ky 
Blades Benjamin P., engineer, 472 W. 

5th 
Blades James, dray, 97 Freeman 
Blaeider Christopher, lab., 83 Baymiller 
Blagg B. W., bds 392, AV. 4th 
Blagg, S. carp., 345 Clark 
Blalnn John F. liquor mer., bds. 83 

Sycamore 
Blair Charles T., bk. 25 Walnut, h. 542 

W. 9th 
Blair Eliza, book folder, wks. Ill Main 
Blair Francis, tailor, 105 Main, bds. St. 

Charles 
Blair George W., carp., 76 Providence 
Blair J. D., bricklayer, 240 W. Front 
Blah- John, moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Blair John, news agent, bds. Railroad 

Hotel 
Blair John Milton, brklayer, 542 W. 9th 
Blair Lorentus, tailor, wks. 137 Main 
Blair M. J., elk., 17 W. 3d, h. Walnut 

Hills 
Blair Mary, book folder, wks. Ill Main 
Blair Robert, plasterer, 25 Pine 
BLAIR Samuel, (Saml. B. & Co,,) 90 

12th 

BLAIR SAMUEL & CO., (S. B. & 
R. S. Zilar,) ice merchants, n.e.c. 
12th and Plum. 
Blair Thomas J. carp., 76 Providence 



Blaisdell Octavius, mach., 168 Elm 

Blaise Benedict, :t20 Freeman 

Blake James, cutter, 68 W. Pearl, h. 209 

W.3d 
Blake, Nicholas, finisher, wks. s w. cor- 

Elm and Pearl 
Blake, Peter, miller, 630 W. 5ih 
Blake Richard, philo, instrument mkr.; 

213 W. 3d 
Blakely J., agt. Dodge's patent grates, 

17 W. 5th, bds 221 Broadway 
Blakely Agonas, 444 W. 4th 
Blakemore F., moulder, H2 Everett 
Blakemore John, japanner, 14 David 
Blakemore John R., painter, wks. 

Greenwood's foundry 
Blakeslee Edward, wholesale and retail 

dealers in clocks, 229 Main, h. 444 

Broadway 

BLAKESLEE, GEORGE B., 
Grocery, s.e. cor Sycamore and 
Webster 
Blakeslee Lyman W., elk., 229 Main,, 

h. w.s. North near 7th 
Blakeslee, Oliver, tinner, bds. 246 Plum 
Blakey John, carp., Longworth b. Cen- 
tral av. and Plum 
Blanchard, George S., books, 39 W. 4th, 

h. 459 W, 6th 
Blanchard William, b. k., (Coffin & 

McWhinny,) 142 Smith 
Blaukenpuhler John, lab. 29 Hughes 
Blane Edmund, manufac. Mt. Auburn 
Blane Robinson, blk. smith, wks. 13 E. 

8th 
Blanev Ambrose, (B. &: Bro.,) 487 W. 

5th 
Blaney & Bro., (Ambrose B. & Wm. B.) 

carps, e. s. Park b. 4th and 5th 
Blaney William, (B. & Bro.,) 49 York 
Blaney W. M., carp., 49 York 
Blang Charles, receiving elk., Baymil- 
ler b. Findlay and Charlotte 
Blangy George, elk. bds. 130 Water 
Blangy Miriam C, 130 Water 
Blangv Robert, dray, 112 Water 

BLANGY WM. F., 
Teamster and Wood Dealer, 109 
Water, h. 130 Water 
Blank Frederick, porter, 56 W. 2d 
Blank Peter, mlUur, wks. 131 and 133 

Race 
Blankemeyer C , finisher, wks. s w cor. 

Elm and Pearl 
Blankemeyer Mary T., 74 Abigail 
Blankenfeld Charles, butcher, 91 Bank 
Blankenheim Kate, 13 15th 
Blankhart Rhoda, 566 Elm 
Blankmeyer Hy., cooper, 83 Abigail 
Blaunerhassett Arthur T., turner, 529 

W. 5th. 
Blare Adam, bds. 179 E. Front 
Blargmau Joseph, wka. E. Front b. 

Lawrence and Pike 
Blaze Adam, lab. 101 Hunt 
Blaze August, cook, landing b. Broad- 
way and Ludlow 
Blaze H., tanner 375 W Liberty 
BLATCHFORD Henry S., (John C. 

Schooley & Co.) 26 W. 9th 
Blatner Jacob, lab., 557 Sycamore 
Blattau Peter, grocer, 618 Vine 
Blatter John, cof. h., 132 Bremen 
Blatter John, gun mkr., h. 132 Bremen 
Blan Fred., bar k., 235 W. 6th 
Blaudo Bernard, tailor, 61 Clay 
Blaw Fred., chair mkr., wks. s.w.c Au- 
gusta and Smith 
Blayney Geo. S., tinner, 294 W. 5th, h. 

Ninth District School House 
Blaze Hy., lab., wks. 75 E. Front 
Blazels 0., sewing mach. dealer, bds. 168 

Elm 
Blazer Christian, finisher, wks. 141 W. 

2d 
Bleaks David M., dectective policeman, 

217 Water 
Bleaks Geo., policeman, n.e.c. Water and 

Central av. x. 

Bleaks Hanks W., skiff builder, Kiverb. 

Race and Elm, h. 217 Water 
Bleaks Wm., skiff builder, 217 Water 
Blechinger Joseph, eng., 27 Poplar 
Blecher John, shoemkr., 107 Barr 
Bleckinger J., wks. Poplar b. John and 

Central av. 



Blecklen , 479 Main 

Blehman John, s.s. Davison nr. Harrison 

av. 
Bleibel Joseph, cab. mkr.. wks. 41 Park 
Bleil Louis, bakery, 71 E. Front 
Blender Clemens, brewer, wks. Kauf- 

nau's Brewery 
Blendinger John, wine and beer saloon, 

510 Central av. 
Blersch, Ernst, (Nelson & B.) 558 Cen- 
tral av. 
Bleska Ernst, pully mkr., h. 89 Pleasant 
Bleska Felix, finisher, h. 89 Plea^'ant 
Bleska Hy.. finisher, h. 89 Pleasant 
Blessing John, tailor, bds., 502 Walnut 
Bletcher John, carriage mkr., 477 W. 3d 
Blettner Hy.,bar k., l:<9 Clay 
Blettner John, blksmith, wks. 546 Vine 
Blettner Joseph B., 470 Race 
Blettner Theodore, tailor, 54 Sycamore 
Bleu ley Roman, shoemkr., 5.3U Vine 
Bley A & Brother, (Antony B. &William 
B.) builders, n.e.c. Baymiller and Li- 
berty 
Bley Antony, (B. & Brother.) Laurel b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Bley Wm., (B. & Brother,) Laurel b. 

Baymiller and Linn 
Blicker Geo., bk. layer, 190 Bremen 
Blick le C hris tian, salesman, lu7 Pearl, h. 

44 W. 7th 
Blicklin Christian, oik., bds., 44 W. 7th 
Blie Anthony, stone cutter, bds, 130 W. 

Court 
Bliley Sebastian, blksmith. Ill Browne 
Blimier Fred., wks. 728 Central av. 
Blight Wm , shoemkr., bds. 281 Central 

Blincker George, lab., 181 Baymiller 
Blinn Ozias, salesman, 13 E. 8d, res. 

Delhi tp. 
Blinn Wm. A., furniture 161 W. 5th, h. 

167 Elm 
Blise Samuel, gardner, w.s. Western av. 

b. Poplar and Dayton 

Bliss , gas fitter, bds. 404 W. 5th 

Bliss Asa, watchman, Taylor nr. Carr 

Bliss Hy.,96 W. 9th 

Blittner Henry, manager, Workman's 

Hall, 476 Walnut 
Bliven John, millwright, wks. 75 E, 

Front 
Blives John, bds. 174 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Bloch A., boots, shoes and fancy goods. 

2uS W. 6th 

BLOCH & CO., (Edward B.& I. M. 
Wise) publishers of the Israelite 
and Deborah, Books, &c., 32 W. 
6th 
BLOCH Edward, (B. & Co.) 13 George 
Bloch cfeEiseman, (Lazarus B. & Abra- 
ham E ) ginseng, wool, hides, etc., 

25, 27 & 29 W Canal 
Bloch Hy.,71 15th 

Bloch Hy., elk., 22 E. 2d. bds. 152 George 
Bloch Lazarus, (B. & Eiseman) 18 W- 

8th 4 

Block Abram, salesman, n.e.c. Main ancR 

Front, h. 24 Gano 
Block C, elk., 351 Central av. 
Brock Chas., peddler, 471 Plum 
Block E. &. Brothers, (Emil B., Leopold 

B. & Julius B.) wines, liquors etc., 

22 E. 2d 
Block E. & L. rectifiers, 28 Sycamore 
Block Elias, (E. &L. B.) 51 Longworth 
Block Emil, (E. Block & Brothers,) h. 

28 W. Uth 

BLOCK I & CO., (Isaac Block & B 
Benjamin, Paper Dealers, 
6:{9 Central Avenue 
BLOCK Isaac, (I. B. & Co.) h. 99 Eetts 

BLOCK & ISAAC, (Joseph M. B. & 
Isaac I.) Dealers in Leather and 
Findings, 50 Main 
Block Joseph, mer., h. 99 Betts 
BLOCK Joseph M., (B. & Isaacs) h. 63 

Longworth 
Block Julius, (E. Block Sc Brothers,) 
res. Memphis [worth 

Block Lazarus, (L. & L. B.) 215 Long- 
Block Leonard, lab., s.e.c. Liberty and 

Pleasant 
BLOCK Leopold, (Marienthal, Lehman 
&Co.)413 W. 8th 



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Between Sycamore and Broadway, south side, Ciucinnati, Ohio. 



B. R. STEVENS, 

CGAGH AND GAHRIAGB MAKER. 

Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Carriages of his own man- 
ul"actu)-e, which he will warrant and sell low for cash. JQ=Orders received 
for all kinds of Carriaf^es, and promptly executed. Also, repairing done on 
the shortest notice, and at the mosi reasonable rates. 



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Dealer in Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Posts, 

AVOOD, ETC. 

No. 39 MILL STREET, CIlSrCINNATI, OHIO. 

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ROBERT IVIOORE & CO., 

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No. 49 Walnut Street, - - - Cincinnati, Ohio. 

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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FRESH ROASTED AND GROUND COFFEE, SPICES, 
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JVos. 213, 215 ansl 247 Sycamore Street^ Cincinnati^ Ohio, 

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OPTICIANS, 

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Block Lenpold,(E. Block & Brother) 152 

Gerirse 
Block Louis, s.w.c. 6th and Broadway- 
Block Louis, second-hand furniture, 193 

Broadway 
Block Mwtin, 215 Lon^jworth 
Block Peter, livery stable keeper, bds. 73 

E. 5th 
Block R , n.9. Everett nr. Joha 
Block Rebecca, 9!» Belts 
Blocker IIv-, shoemkr., 46 Pleasant 
Blockmeier Fred., lab., 43 Pleasant 
Blocksmith Hv.. cooper, 110 Everett 
BLODGET William T., (\Vm. Tilden & 

Nephew,) res. New York 
BleobaumCliarles, plasterer, 163 Clay 
Blohm John, lab.. Vine Street Hill 
Blom Wm., potter, 396 Broadway 
Blome Ausrust, carver, 25 Comraerce 
Blome Fred., shoemkr., 25 Commerce 
Blome Fred., jr., japaner, 25 Commerce 
Glome John P., jr., wks. II E. 7th h. 25 

Cherry 
Blome M irv, seamstress, 21 Commerce 
Blomentar "Philip, lab., s.w.c. Chestnut 

and John 
BlomkerHy., elk.. 323 Plum 
Bloom Aaron, peddler, 9 Providence 
Bloom Ahrahim. b(is.47 E. 5th 

BLOOM ANDREW S., 
Ambrotypes, &c., 14 W. 5th, 
h. 62 Richmond 
Bloom & Brother, (Solomon & Henry.) 
wh. dealers in staple and fancy dry 
goods, gents' furnishing goods, etc., 
189 Main 
Bloom Fred., wks. n.w.c. Pearl and M. 

Canal 
Bloom Hy., (B. & Brother.) 2.50 Elm 
Bloom Jarvis, elk., bds. 34 LonS(Torth 
Bloom John H., cab.mkr., 303 W. Front 
Bloom L., artist, 58 Broadway, h. 68 E. 

Pearl 
Bloom Moses, clothing. 25 W. 9th 
Bloom Myer, peddler, 47 Wade 
Bloom Philip, foreman, 43 Public Land- 
ins, h. 21 Mercer [7th 
Bloom S.,jr.,b.k.,42 Main, bds. 113 W. 
Bloom Saml. W., police, 63 Richmond 

BLOOM SOLOMON, 
Wholesale Bry Goods, 64 W. Pearl, 
h 325 Elm 
Bloom Solomon, (B. & Bro.) 250 Elm 
Bloom Wm., wks. w.s Lawrence b. Pearl 

and Front 
Bloom Wm., tailor, 424 Sycamore 
Bloom Wm. D., wks. Methodist Book 

Concern, h. 62 Richmond 
Bloomental Isadore, tailor, bds. 171 W. 

4th 
Bloomer Antony, nail mkr., 367 Syca- 
more 
Bloomer Geo., carp., River b. Reed and 

Willow 
Bloomer Jimes, bk. yard. 3i 8 Clark 
Bloomer Phehe, widow, 173 Linn 
Bloomfield Ann. 198 W. Front 
Bloomfield Benj., salesman, 371 Main 
Bloomfield James C, paper hanster, 198 

W. Front 

Bloos , Oixhestra. National Theatre 

Blon Gutlo, tailor, 126 Vine, h. 10 Mary 
Bloncke Hy.. lab., 181 Baymiller 
Blonilin Alfred, paper hanger, bds. 29 W. 

7th 
Blone Catharine, tailoress, 23 Commerce 
Blomer John, brush mkr. ,.578 Main 
Blong S. H., millinery, 106 W. 4th 
Blong Thomas, butcher, stall No. 43 

Court Street Market 
Blonghman Bernard, lab., 246 Clark 
BlonkaGustav, flour packer, Kilgour b. 

4th and 5th 
Blnss Albert, musician, 526 Main 

BLOSSC W. L., 
Druggist, 
s.e.c. Elm and 12th 
BL0S3 GEORGE M. D., 
(Faran & McLean,) 
Wilson b. Liberty and Milton 

Blosser , finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
BLOSSFELD Fred., (Buff& B.) 315 W. 

6th 
Blote Michael, lab., h. Yeatman b. Broad- 
way and Sycamore 6 



Blotts Engelhart, porter, 346 Hamilton 

Road 
Blondheim Simon, elk., 98 W. Front 
Blowney Thomas, lab., c. 6th and Cul- 
vert e. of Broadway 
Bluatt Chas., watchman in Spencer 

House, h. 106 W. Front 
Bluechel Jacob, shoemkr., 612 Vine 
Bluff .Tohn, hostler, 19 E 6th 
Bluitt Mathew, lab., 77 Commerce 
Blum A., bds. American Hotel 
Blum Andrew, elk.. Spencer House 
Blum August, pocket book mkr., 90 Bre- 
men 
Blum Fred., cof. h. and b.h., 526 E. 

Front 
Blum Fred., 18 Jefferson 
Blum Jacob, varnisher, 165 Clay 
Blum Jarvis, elk., 93 W. Pearl, h. 34 

Longworth 
Blum Louis, tailor, 57 Liberty 
Blum Peter, carp., 49 Hughes 
BlumbGeo., lab., 601 Main 

BLUMBERQ HENRY, 
Grocer, 
12 Jefferson 

Biumerstill H., bds. 110 W. 6th 

Blummenthal Lazarus, cattle dealer, 118 
Clinton 

Blummenthal Michael, cattle dealer, 118 
Clinton 

Blummers John, tailor, s.s. Wadeb. Elm 
and Plum 

Blundell Jos. M.,city inspector and seal- 
er of weights and measures, office 48 
Sycamore, h. 377 W. 9th 

Blunt Edmund B., kitchen range manu- 
facturer, 224 Main, res. Mt. Auburn 

Blurscht Robert, carp., 79 Hughes 

Blust Joeph, bar k., 209 Vine 

Blust Robert, niouMer, wks. 243 and 245 
E. Pearl e. of Broadway 

Blutz Englehart, porter, 346 Hamilton 
Road 

Blv Anthony, carp.. 183 Laurel 

BlyG., carp., 391 W. Liberty 

Bly Wm., carp., 183 Laurel 

Blymeier Fred., dray, s.s. Findlay b. John 
and Central av. 

Blythe John, carp., 235 E. 5th, e. o^ 
Lock 

Blythe William N., carp., 235 E. 5th e. 
of Lnck 

Blythe Phoebe, w.s. Plnm b. Water and 
River 

BOAKE JOHN, Carriage and Wagon 
Slanufacturers, n.w.c. Jackson and 
Canal, h. 70 Canal 
Boake John L , painter, 64 W. Canal, h. 

70 W. Canal 
Boaller John, shoemkr., Wright al. b. 

Hamburg and Vernon 
BoamD.. act., 293 Freeman 
Boarbegett George. McAllister b. 4th and 
5th 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND VISIT- 
ORS Common Schools, 
Office, 0. M. Institute 

Boardman Chas., baker, bds. 149 W. 
Court w. of Central av 

Boasen Hy , rear 90 and 92 Broadway 

Bober Christ., lab., 372 Broadway 

Boberg Francis, huckster, 2 Mary 

Bobin Franz, 63 Abigail 

Bobinger Louis, cof. h., s.w.c. Vine and 
15th 

Boch^icek Joseph, saddler, 61 Woodward 

Bochman Andrew, butcher, n.w.c. Dud- 
ley and W. Liberty 

Bochmann John, lab.. 376 Broadway 

Bochning Wra., elk., 364 Central av 

Boch Hy., 41 .'Milton 

Bock Fred., cooper, wks. 91 W. Front 

Bocke John, dray., 64 Canal 

Bockeldink Hy., turner, rear of 185 W. 
2d 

Bocker Anton, bds. 90 E. 2d 

Bocker Geo., barber, 679 Race 

Bocker Wm., 402 Sycamore 

Bockhand John L., coffee vender, 26 
Abigail 

Bockhart Geo., cab. mkr., 162 E. 5th 

Bockhold Joseph, moulder, 67 Pendleton 

Bockholt Fred., (P. &. H. Bockholl), 216 
Walnut [nut 

Bockholt Fred. & Hy. saloon, 216 Wal- 



Bockholt Hy. (F. & H. Bockholt), h. 

Storrs tp 
Bockhopp Wm. turner, 38 Pleasant 
Bockhouse Clemens, wagon mkr., bds. 

s.w.c. Walnut and W. 9th 
Bockhust Geo., polisher, h. 158 E. 5th 

BOCKING ADOLPH H., 
Attorney, Notary, Com. of Deeds, 
and U, S. Commissioner, 9 E. 3d, 
h. 09 Webster 
Bocklager Mary, laundress, 53 Wood- 
ward 
Bocklauer Hy., shoemkr., 20 Mulberry 
Bockle Christian cab. mkr.; 107 George 
Booklet Geo. A., carver, wks. s.e.c. 2d 

and Plum 
Booklet Joseph, upholsterer, 202 Bremen 
Bookman F., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Bookman Joseph, shoemkr, 75 Spring 
Bocksberry Lawrence, finisher, 53 Ob- 
servatory Road 
Boda August, helper, wks. 10 W. 7th 
Boda Hv., biksraith, wks. 10 W. 7th 
Boda Wm., blksmith, wks. 10 W. 7th 
Bodamer Louis, shoemkr., n.w.c. Court 

and Main 
Bodan John, stone mason, 15 W. Court 

w. of Central av 
Boal Albert, tailor. 63 Pecte 
Boahn Anton, leather finisher, 44 Bre 

men 
Boal John, contractor, 144 Linn 
Bodan Michael, blksmith, bds. Commerce 

b. Elm and Race 
Bodde Hermann, cooper, 311 Findlay 
Boddio H., blksmith, 186 Everett 
Boddiker iohn Herman, packer, n.w.c. 

Pearl and Walnut, h 271 W. 3d 
Bode Ann M. G., teacher, 13th dist, 

school 
Bode August, wks. 440 E. Front 
Bode C. II., drugsist and apothecary, n. 

w.c. Linn and Hopkins 
Bode Christian, grocer, 24 Buckeye 
Bode Fred., bikstnith, 320 E. Pearl 
Bode Hy., grocer, 59 Findlay 
Bode J. H., varnisher, 50 Mulberry 
Bode Margaret, cof. h.,585 Elm 
Bodeker Hy., lab., wks. 20 Spring 
Bodeker Hy., porter, 59 W.4th, h. 299 

W.2d 
Bodeker Herman H., lab., 115 Woodward 
Bodemer Elizabeth. 13 Moore 
Bodemer John, stone cutter, 13 Moore 
Bodemer Jordan, barber, 13 Moore 
Bodemer Wm., barber, 13 Moore 
Boden Ausust, baker, 120 Abigail 
Boden Edw., cof. h., e.s. Martin b. Par- 
son and Spring Hill av 
Boden Wm., finisher, wks. Niles' Works, 

h. Newport, Ky 
Bodenberg Deidrich. shoe manufac, 407 

w. eth 

Bodenus Herman, tailor, 73 Clay 
Boder Louis, cooper, 24 Buckeye 
Bodkar Wm., dairyman, 61 Rid'dl 
Bodkin Samuel, cof. h., 14 Vine 
Bodkin Wm. H., tinner, 29 W. ' 
Bodley A. N., saddler, wks. 102"n:ain, 

res. Newport 
Bodley Anthony P., pattern mkr., 397 

W. 8tb 
Bodley Clara, Observatory b. Hatch and 

E. Court ['th 

BODLEY Joseph T. (Lane & B.) 486 W. 
Bodley Richard P., carp, and bldr., 454 

W. 9th w. of Central av 
Bodley Thos. M., 491 Elm 

BODMANN CHARLES, 
State Tob;icco W:u-ehouse, 
59 and 61 W. Front, res. Europe 

Bod:mann p., 
Cicrarsand Tobacco, 
273 Main, h. Mt. Auburn 
Bodman John, moulder, wks. s.wc. Elm 

and Pearl 
Boea Hy.. tavern, bi6 W. 2d 
Bnebins Herman, Isb., 2 Lootsey 

BOEBINGER A. & J. 
(AdamB. & John B.) 
Merchant Tailors, 490 Walnut 
BOEBINGER Adam (A. B. & John B.), 

Marv b. Vine and Walnut 
BOEBINGER John (A. &. 3. B.), 490 
Walnut 



74 ; CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CHARLES JACOB, JR. 

Coininissioii JVIercliaiit; 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Bacon, Lard, Hams, Shoulders, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues and Bologna Sausages, 
No. 50 WALNUT STREET. 

BETWEEN FRONT AND gECOND, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE CITY FREE OF CHARGE. 



N. W. THOMAS. E. L. THOMAS. 

N. W. THOMAS & CO,. 

Curers of Extra Hams, Pork Packers, 

AND 

'COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Corner of Walnut and Canal Streets, - - - Cincinnati, Ohio. 



'^^^^ 

S. DAVIS, Jr, & Co., * %^ 
^.„ PORK & BEEl PACKERS. ^%?, 

#^^ Curers of Extra Family Hams, ^^ 

A Diploma and Silver Medal were awarded them hvthe State 
hoard - ■ 



S'^. ''■""^ "' Agriculture, at the Fair held iu Ciuciiinati, ,^-5 
•^^ Oct., IbiO, "For the best cure of Hams." ,^^ 



*%&. WAREHOUSES. 



"^ 303 to 313 Broadway, f^ 
^^^ CINCINNATI, ,^^ 






JfjA.!S^ XiaCj£kC^3C£^X^, 



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AND 

COMMISSION MEKCHANT, 
North Side Court, between Elm and Race Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 



JAMKS BEATTY, GEO. W. TBOWEJilDGE. 

J^]>XES BEATTY &: CO., 

(Successors to Trowbridcre & Bcatty,) 

PORK PACKERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND 

CUPtERS OF^ EXTRA SUGAR CURED HAMS, 

" Non Est Melior" Brand, 

South West Corner Race Street and Miami Canal. Cincinnati, Ohio. 



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Bcebinfrer.Tohn, salesman, 75 W. Pearl, 

h. IT Wary 
Boechtfl Louis.pattern mki-.,wUs.Greeii- 

wood's Foundry 
Boeckler IIv., gun tnkr.. 557 Vine 

BOECKLEY ANDRKW, 
(juu and Uurdware Store, 
557 Vine 
Boecknuinn Anthon, tailor. 81 Abigail 
Boeckmann Ily., elk.. 258 W. 5th 
Boeckinanii Theodore, lab., 20 i^bi?ail 
Hoed^er Gustave, elk. room Si Union 

Block 
Boedkar Herman, grocer, s.e.c. Court 

and Cutter 
Boeger Geo., cuf. h., 14 Sycamore 
Boegei-shausen Herman, watch mkr., 

bds. 347 Central av 
Boehas John, lab., w.s. Coleman nr. 

Central av 
Boehle Frank, n.w.c. Spring and Abigail 
Boehm David, b.k., 71 W. 5lh, h. J2 

Uome 
Boehm Lawrence, meat store, s.e.c. 6th 

and Lock 
Boehm Wm.,confec., 417 Vine 
Boehinann Peter, finisher, 79 Spring 
Boehmcr Bernard H., grocery, 07 Abigail 
Boehn Conrad, hostler, wks. 19 Locust 
Boehne Diedrich. lab., IK' Clay 
Boehnir Hy., cooper, 692 Main 
Boeke Ferdinand, b.k., 45 E. 2d, h. 24 

.Jackson 
BoeloChas.. chair mkr., 5(19 W, 8th 
Boen David, saddler. 2(i8 W. .5th 
Boeracker H. F., chair mkr., 57 Wood 
Boeres ,Jol)n, shoerakr., OliU Elm 
Boerger Gerhard, blksmith, bds. 14 13th 
Boerger Valentine, cab. mkr., 188 Chn- 

ton 
Boerger Stephenson, carp., 30 Canal 
Boericke Oscar, elk., 5 Jackson 
Boerker Hy., 20 Madison 
BOER.NER Chas. G., ;Beggs & Smith) 

70 Ban- 
Boerst Chas.. bds. 413 Vine 
Boesch Frank, tinner, wks. 149 W..')th 
Boese Fred., wagon mkr , 634 Main 
Boeskamp Bernard, cigar mkr., bds. 14 

i:ith 
Boetig T. G., looking glass mkr., 181 

Richmond 
Boettger Wm., druggist, s.w.c. Vine and 

Findlay 
Boettner Chas., saloon, 193 W, Court 
Bofinier Augustus G., elk., bds. 167 W. 

9th 

BOFINGER BENJAMIN, 
Convevancer and Notary Public, 
s.s. 9th b. I'lum and Central Ave- 
nue, h. lf.7W. 9th 

Bofinger Wm. H., salesioan, 110 W. 5th, 
bds. 167 W. 9th 

Bogart C. plow mkr., wks. Geo. C. Mil- 
ler & Co 

Bogart & Clark (J. H. B, & Clem. M. C.) 
painters, 20 E. 3d 

Bogart Edward, raach., 716 E. Front 

Bogart Isaac, sen., (Bogart & Sons) 287 
Richmond 

Bogart Isaac, jr., (Bogart & Sons), 199 
Clinton 

Bogart James (Bogart & Sons) 287 Rich- 
mond 

Bogart John H. (B. &. Clark) 125 Bay- 
miller 

Bogart Manning A., painter, bds. 200 
Broadway 

Bogrart S., carp., bds. 102 George 

Bogart Samuel, carp., bds. 298 W. 5th 

Bogart & Sons i Isaac, sen., Isaac, jr. & 
James) paint shop, Vanl'.omb. Ba^'- 
miller and Freeman 

BOUEN G. & P. (Geo. B. 4: Peter B.) 
Ham Curers and Manufacturers of 
Lard Oil .ind Catawba Wine, Ham. 
Road nr. Brighton 
BOGEN George (G. & P. B.) Ham. Road 

nr. Brighton House 
Bogen George, jr., pork merch., 127 

Dayton 
Po?en Jacob, butcher, 158 Davton 
BOGEN Peier 'G. & P. B) Ham. Road 

nr- Brighton House 
Bogendick Christian, butcher, Oliver b. 
John and Linn 



Bogenshire Jos., lab., wks. Greenwood' 

Foundry 
Bogenshuetz Francis, shoemkr., bds. n. 

e.c. Vine and 12th 
Soger Michael, mach.,92 E. 2d 
Boger Michael, mach., 2d b. Broadway 

and Ludloiv 
Bogershansen J., baker, 3-17 Central av 
Bogert Thomas 0., mach., bds. s.w.c. 9th 

and Mound 
Boget David, plasterer, bds. 192 W. 5th 
Bogiano Mark (A. Zanone & Co.) 61) W. 

5 th 
Boggs James, candle manuf., 747 Cen- 
tral av, h. 28 David 
Boggs Robert, soaj) and candle manuf., 

747 Central av, h. 28 David 
Boggs Samuel, fuundry, 372 W. 8fh 
Boggs Thus., pilot, bds. 147 W. Front 
Boggs Wm T., finisher, 27 Longworth 
Bogner John, cab. mkr., wks. Cabinet 

Makers' Union 
Bogue Wm., dray , 373 W. 9th w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Boham Danl., wagon mkr., 1 Jane 
Boham K., bds. 180 Br(jadway 
Boban Dennis, porter, 23 Accommoda- 
tion 
Bohan Mrs. Ilonora, e.s. 6th n. of Baum 
Bohan Mary, laundress, e.s. 6th n. of 

Baura 
Bohan Patrick, porter. Burnet House 
Bohart Leonard, porter, C2 Appleton 
Bohen Cornelius, butter dealer, 33 Cut- 
ter 
Bohl Jacob, shoemkr., 10 Sycamore 
Bohl John, boots and shoes, 10 Syca- 
more 
Bohl John, driver, American Exp. Co. 
Bohl John, hostler, c. Harrison av. and 
Patterson 

BOHL PETER, 
New Orleans House, 
10 Svcamore 
BOHL SIMON. 
Coffee and Boarding House, 
481 Vine 
Bohl v., millinery and fancy goods, 73 

E. Pearl 
Bohl Valentine, shoemkr., 73 E. Pearl 
Bohland John, tobacco stripper, 41 Fin- 
dlay 
Bohlander Conrad, lab.. Vine St. Hill 
Bohlander George, wood dealer, n.w.c. 
Ham. Road and Browne, h. 377 Bay- 
miller 
Bohle Hy., cigar mkr., 182 Walnut 
Bohle John, cooper, 511 Sycamore 
Bohlender John, cigar mkr. ,438 Main 
Bohlender John, cigar mkr., 148 Find- 
lay 
Bohlender John, wood sawyer, 318 Bay- 
miller 
Bohler Chas., printer, Volksfreund 
Bohler John, driver, bds. Congress Ex- 
change 
Bohler John, finisher, 54 Baum 
Bohling Chas., carp., 53 Hughes 
Bohling Hy., elk. 341 Main, h. 445 Syc- 
amore 
Bohlke Herman, (Pellenwes.sel&B.) 447 

W. 8th 
Bohlman Chas., foreman. 161 W. 3d 
Boblman Joseph, moulder, 132 Clinton 
BOHM Abraham. (P., Mack &c Co.) 139 

s.w.c, 5th and Pike 
Bohm Hy., bk. hinder, 195 Freeman 
BOHM Joseph, (Bohm, Mack ot Co.) 349 
W. Sth 

BOHM, MACK & CO., (Abraham B., 
Joseph B. & David M..) Whole- 
sale Notions. Fancy and Gents Fur- 
nishing Goods, 80 W. Pearl 
Bohm Moses, paper hanger, 12 Home 

Bohman , servt.. 4(i2-W. Sth 

Botiman Dena, servt., 299 George 
Bohmann John H., tailor, 546 Main 
Bohmer Hy.. caip., bds. 17 Barr 
BohnGeo.. cig.ir mkr., 173 E. Front 
Bohn Geo. W., boiler mkr., rear 173 E. 

Front 
Bohn John, butcher, cor. Baymiller and 

W. Liberty 
Bobne Ferdinand, tailor, rear 65 12th 
Bohne Hy.. shoemkr.. Walnut Hills 
Bohne Joseph, hostler, 797 Central av. 



Bohnkamp Wm., cab. mkr., 11 Franklin 
BolinUam]) Wm., cooper, .523 Sycamor* 
Bohnseck John, lab., 560 Kim 
Bohr Eberhard, tailor. 13 Hunt 
Buhrer Frank, baker, 200 W. 5th 

I)OHKER GEOKGt; A., Proprietor 
\ Elm Street Livery Stable and Un- 
' dertaker, 551 Elm, h. 540 Elm 
Boice Leonard, salesman, 65 W. Pearl, 

h. 181 W.4th 
Boileau Ann, seamstress, Taylor, nr. 

Carr 
Boiler Joseph, tailor, bds. 65 W. Sth 
liojohn Peter, confec, 346 W. Sth 
BokoCf Hy., chair mkr., bds. 34 Smith 
Bolan Edward, teamster, Commerce b. 

Elm and Plum 
Bolan John, rag dealer, 337 W- Sth 
Bolan Margaret, laundress, e.s. 6th e. of 

Baum 
Bolan Matthew, lab. 25 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Bolan Wm., carter, wks. s.e.c. Central av. 

and Water 
Bo land Andiew, salesman, 262 Broad- 
way 
Boland Dena, laundress, 18 Commerce 
Boland Dennis, lab , wks. Gas Works 
Boland Kdward, potato dealer, 3 Market 

b. Plum and Central av., h. 67 Com- 
merce 
Boland Frank, cab. mkr., 107 Pleasant 
Boland Geo., cooper, 377 Baymiller 
Boland Hy., lab., 62 Mulberry 
Boland W., driver. 90 Everett 
Bolander &. Bro.. (Fred. B. & Danl. B ) 

meat store, 58 Pike 
Bolander Daniel, (B. & Bro.) s.e.c. Pearl 

and Pike 
Bolander Fred., (B. & Bro.) s.e.c Pike 

and Pearl 
Bolander Jacob, (John Steele & Co.) h. 

Petersburgh, Ky. 
Bolander John, meat store, 274 Main, h. 

Poplar nr. George 
Bolander Justice, shoemkr., 143 Poplar 
Bolander Philip. (John Steele &. Co.) h. 

Petersburgh, Ky. 
Boldock Syrilda. rear 175 Water 
Bole R.. wks. E. Front b. Lawrence and 

Pike 
Bolen Michael, express driver, 614 W. 

6th 
Bolen Patrick, express driver, 614 W. 

6th 
Bolen Sarah. 614 W. 6th 
Bolen a Moses, trader, 264 Main 
Bolend Jas., bds. n. e. c. Ludlow and 

Pearl 
Boles Matilda, laundress. 64 Freeman 
Boliff Wm., foreman, 518 Race 
Bolin Dennis, lab., 42 Pierson 
Bahuger Abe, trunk mkr., 31 Broadway, 

h. 76 Buckeye 
Bolinger John, lab., 166 Freeman 
Bolke Casper, lab., 19 Webster 
Bolker Bernard, tailor. 247 Clark 
Boll Hy., cigar mkr., 15 Madison, 
Boll Jacob, cab. mkr., bds. 90 
Boilan Bocalus. bk. binder, 13' 

h. 673 Race 
BoUe Martin, harness mkr., 24 

h. 49 Bremen 
Bolleas Bernard, cab. mkr., 12 Mercer 

BOLLES DAVID, 
Marble Works, 943 Vine, 
res. .Mill Creek Township 
BoUes L.,h.k..G h. 4tb, h. Covington 
Bolles^fhos.. finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 
and Pearl 

Bollett , h. SOI Walnut 

Boiling Adolph. elk. 360 .Alain 

Boiling Chris., porter, 15 Sycamore, h. 

545 W. 5th 
Bollinger John, carp., 663 Vine 
Bolhnker Peter, saloon. 120 Clinton 
BoPman Eduard. 64 Richmond 
Bollman G. F., jeweler, 205 Main.h. 125 

Linn 
Bollman Joseph, porter, 36 E. Pearl 
Bollman Richard, bds. sw.c. Smith and, 

6th 
Bollman Wm.. watch mkr., 10 W. .5th 
Bollinann Bernard, cab. mkr., 20 Mans- 
field 
Bollmann Diedrick, stone measurer, 76 
Observatory Road 



laa 

rk^jflH^^ 



Main, 



76 CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



■«S?C?- 3ES 3L« X-, IS * 

MEIilAf I f I&S ffdliSlI. 

WHERE WE MANUFACTURE NOT ONLY THE 

BUT THE 

Presses, Cases, Galleys, Stands, 

CHASES, COMPOSING STICKS, RULES', CUTS, ETC., 



And as we make a manufacturer's profit on all, we can, and will sell a better outfit, for less 
Cash, than any establishment, which makes only half of what it sells ; and ours is the only one in 
the Union, manufacturing all these articles. 

Estimates of Cost of Material to print any Book, Newspaper, or Job, 

FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 



I. HAKMAN. 



COAL YARD. 

F. ^BEL & OO. 
Park St. and IVhiteivater Canal, Cincinnati, 






C. n. WATERS. EBEN EOLE. 

OIIAR^LES II. T^ATEHS & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



ooden and ¥illow Vare, Cordage and Twines, Brooms, 

BRUSHES, MATS, MATCHES, BUCKETS, TUBS, 

Churns, Measures, Zixc Washboards, French & German Fancy Baskets, <kc., 
Nos. 4 IVlain St., and 3 Public Landing, Cincinnati, 0. 



J. BVi. BRUNSWICK & BROTHER, 

BILLIAED TABLE MANUFACTURERS, 

No. 8 SIXTH STREET, - - CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

BrvinsTvick's Patent Combination Onsliion. 



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BoUman Fred., porter, 12 'Walnut 
Bollinann Fred., shoemkr., :M2 Main 
Bollmann Fred., tailor, 524 Sycamore 
Bollman Ily., butcher, Deer Creek 
Bollmann llv.,lab., 1U7 Clay 

BOLLMANN J. B. & CO., (John B. 
B. & Ed. Hoenig,) Proprietors 
Teutonia Hotel, h. 15 & 17 E. 9th 
BOLLMANN .Tohn B., (J. B. B. & Co.) 

Teutonia Hotel I 

Bollmann Ulrich, teacher, 106 Abigail j 
Bollmer Bernard, lab., 25 Mill 
Hollmer Frank, lab., bd3. 25 Mill ' 

BoUner John H., dry goods, 585 Race 
Bolnick Wm., maoh., 251 Clark j 

Bols Jacob, barber, 490 W. 3d 1 

Bolser Chas. W., carp., Clay b. 12th and 
13th j 

Bolser Geo., painter, wks. 67 W. 3(1 
Bolser Hannah, 314 Plum 
Bolser Joseph, policeman, 53 Clay ' 

Bolser Saml. A., carpenters' tool mkr., 

314 Plum 
Bolser Wm. H., carp., Clay b. 12th and 

13th 
Bolte Mary A., 102 Abigail j 

Bolton Mary, rear 273 John 
Bolwruker Jacob, lab.^ 411 Logan 
BolzerW., bds. 65 W. 5th 
Bom Herman, driver. 76 Dudley j 

Boman Hy., shoemkr., wks. 683 Vine 
BOWMAN Lewis, (B. & Tieman,) Inter- 
national Hotel 
Boman Minnie, bds. 64 Bremen 

B O.MAN & TIEMAN. (Lewis B. & 
Phil T.) International Saloon, 91 
Sycamore, and National Saloon and 
Restaurant, e.s. Sycamore b. 3d 
and 4th 
Bomgardner Jas., cooper, wks. Western 

a,v. nr. Harrison Road 
Bomgardt Louisa, 375 Sycamore 
Bomsbacker Louis, wks. n.w.c. Pearl 

and M. Canal 
Bona Dominick, elk., 31 W. 5th 
Boiibrook Hy., lab , n.s. Front b. Kelly 

and Lumber 
Bond Clara, laundress. 61 E. 7th 
Bond Francis, lab., 817 Vine 
Bond Maggie, Madison Road b. Elm 

and Maple 
Bond Silas, lab., e.s. 6th e. of Baum 
Bond Thos., Madison Road b. Elm and 
Maple 

BOND WILLIAM KEY, Supt. Cin., 
Wil. & Zanesville Railroad, 
h. 114 Broadway 
Bondenbergh John, porter, U. S. Hotel, 

c. 6th and Walnut 
Bone Hy., cigar mkr., 393 Broadway 

BONER JOHN, Importer and Dealer 
in Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, 
Fishing Tackle and Military Goods, 
36W. 5th, h. 43 George 
Bonfanti Samuel, confec, 314 Main 
Bong George, elk., 106 W. 4th 
Borham EUza, widow. 632 W. 6th [eth 
Bonham Nehemiah, ship carp., 632 W. 
Bonin Theodore, cab. mkr.. 114 Belts 
Boning Henry, porter, wks. c. Main 

and Water 
Bonn Henry, cigar mkr., h. 15 Madison 
Bonn Wm., tailor, 143 Everett 
Bonnard John.foundiyman, 3d b. Baum 

and Parson, 2d h. e of Reservoir 
Bonner Robert, plaster, 17 Union 

BONNER STEPHEN. 
Physician, 
ttlhce and Residence 189 W. 7th 
})ONNER S. P.. 
\ Physician, 
■' Office and Residence 189 W. 7th 
Bonner W., butcher, 495 John 
Bonneth Thomas, boatman, bds. Con- 
gress Exchange 
Bonny Andrew, (Shaw & B.,) Cutter b. 

Court and Clark 
Bonsall Alexander, teamster, 476 Linn 
Bonsall Charles, general ins. agt., office 

4 public landing, h. 118 W. 6th 
Bonsall Eliza, 297 Longworth 
Bonsall Franklin, millwright, 480 W. 4th 
Bonssll Isaac. 297 Longworth, 
Bonsall Jennie, book folder, 111 Main 
BonsHll John, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and 
Miami Canal 



Bonsall Robert T., salesman, 39 W. 4th, 

h. 118 W. 6th 
Bonsall & Smith, (C. B. & H. A. S.,) 

dentists, 118 W.6th 
Bonsalmeyer Henry, lab., 328 Baymiller 
Bonsheim Joseph, trader, 4tl2 Race 
Bonte A. P. C, gold frame manuf, 184 

Walnut, h. 141 Linu 
Bonte Benjamin, cab. mkr., wks. Meader 

& Co's 
Bonte Henry, hatter, 95 W. 3d, h. 43 

W. 9th 
BONTE John, (J. B.& Co.,) Springdale 

BONTE JOHN & CO., 
(J. B. &. Wm. Hasson,) Ropes and 
Cordage, 8 Commercial Row 
Bonte John H., waeon shop, s.e.c. 9th 

and John, h. 252 John 
Bonte Peter C., contractor, 16 David 
Bonte Wm. wagon mkr., s.e.c. 9th and 

John 
Bontel L., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Bonton S. S., book agt., s.w.c. 3d and 

Sycamore 
Banty Frank, varnisher, 164 Carr 
Booderheck George, varnisher, wks. 89 

W. 2d 
Booher , carpenter, bds. Bevis 

House 
Book John, brk. layer, 15 Hughes 
Rook John, carp., 15 Commerce 
Booker Mary, 167 Mound 
Booker Noah, hostler, bds. Bevis House 
Booker William, tailor and renovator, 

74 W. bth 
Bookhart B., basket mkr, 206 Cutter 
BookhostJohn H., teamster, Freeman, 

b. 7th and 8th 
Bookless W. A.clk..O. & M. R. R. Co. 
Boorbrink Benjamin, driver, bds. 202 

Cutter 
Boorbrink Henry, driver, 202 Cutter 
Boorbrink Augustus, driver, bds. 202 
I Cutler 

Boos Aug., (B. and Benttel,) 460 Ma.n 
I Boos August, mach., rear 65 12th 

Boos & Benttel, (August B. & Carl B.) 
I finishing shop, 460 Main 

Boot Robert, dray, bds. 317 2d 
I Booth James, shoe mks., 116 Avery 
Booth 0. T.^ architect, 445 John 

BOOTH R. W. & CO.. (Ralph W.B. 
John Young. Frank Alter. & A. 
D, Rogers,) impnrters Hardware, 
s.w.c. Pearl and Walnut 
BOOTH Ralph W., (R. W. B. & Co.,) 

h. Providence, R. I. 
Booth Waldo C, salesman, s.w.c. Pearl 

and Walnut, h. 137 W. -lih 
Booth Wm. J., carp.. 15S W. 3d 
Boots Elizabeth, 47'J Plum 
Boots George, wks. c. Plum and Wade 
I Bootz Matthew, lab., bds. 412 Vine 

Bopker Martin, gilder, bds. 345 Walnut. 
' Bopp John, shoe mkr., bds. 48 E. Pearl 
Bopp Mary, servt., 125 Main 
Bopp Michael, lab., n.s. Wade, b. Elm 

and Plum 
Boppe B., tailor, 186 Everett 
Boracker J., cab. mkr., 57 Wood 
Borbage Thomas, baker, wks. 60 E. 

Front 
Borcherding Conrad, stone cutter, 169 
j Oliver 

I Borcherding Henry, b. k. 503 Vine 
I Borcherding Hermann, brick mkr., 173 
I Oliver 

Borcherding, Rudolph, brickmkr., 171 
I Oliver 

' Borcherding Wm., dry goods, 143 Ev- 
erett 
Borchers George, printer, 4 Mary 
Borchers John, bds. 365 W.5th 
Borchmann Jo., lab., 24 Abigail 
Borden Henry C, notary, 19 W. 3d, 
I h. 411 John 

' Borden Saml., 411 John 

Bores Henry, cof, h. 237 Bremen 
I Borg Wm., cooper. 541 Sycamore 
Borgan John, bds. 166 W. 8th 
Borgemenke Christopher, carp., bds. 

246 Clark 
Porger F., butcher, stall No. 44 Court st. 
' market 

Borger Frank, pine cooper, 635 Race 



Borger Fredk., boots and shoes, 452 

Main, h. 49 Pendleton 
Borger P., mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Borger Wendel, blk. smith, 173 Ham. 

Road, h. 674 Race. 
Borgerding & Fangman, (Francis B. & 

Joseph F..) shoe mkrs.. 66 W. Front 
Borgerding Francis, shoe mkr., 05 W. 

Front 
Borgerding Henry, confec, E. Front 
Borgers John, mach., 2 Miami 
Borges John, express, 172 Spring 
Borghard Christ, cab. mkr., 9 Franklin 
Borgman II. B.. packer, wks. 131 and 

133 Race 
Borgman H. H., 54 McFarland 
Borgman Harman, 1.58 Oliver 
Borgmann Hy., dray, 2 Mulberry 
Borgmanu J. B., elk., bds. 129 Butler 
Borhes Henry, cab. mkr., 588 Race 
Bork Adolph, bds. 418 Vine 
Bork Alexander, coppersmith, bds. 418 

Vine 
Bork Anthony, lab., bds. 90 E. 2d 
Bork Edward, lab., 245 Clark 
Bork Hermann, b. k.. 102 W. Pearl, h. 

484 W. 8th 
Bork WiUiam, cab. mkr., bds. 418 Vine 
Bork Wm . cooper, 22 E. Lilierty 
Borkardt Chas., harness mkr., 23 E 5th, 

h. 11 E. 12th 
Borker Charles, cooper, bds. 90 W. 

Court 
Borknar John, carp, e.s. AndersBn, b. 

Mill and Park 
Borland F. mach., wks. Cin. type foun- 
dry 
Borland J. lab., wks. s.w.c. Central av. 

and Front 
Borland Phoebe, 34 Longworth 
Bormann John, mach., 253 Clark 
Born George, barber, bds. 370 W. Od. 
BORN Henry, (B. & Steidel,) 584 Vine 
Born Jacob, manuf. of mineral water, 

530 Walnut. 

BORN & STEIDEL, 
(Henry B. & Jacob S.) 
Hats and Caps, 564 Vine 
Boruherg Leander, printer, e.s. Vine b. 

Canal and 12th 
Borner Beman, cab. mkr., 304 Long- 
worth 
Bornholdt Peter s.e.c. Front and John 
Burnhorn Henry, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Boinhorst F. K.. shoe mkr., landing b. 

Broadway and Ludlow 
Borman Charles, meat store, 334 Bay- 
miller 
Borns Hy. F., medicines, c. Dorsey and 

Sycamore 
Bornshein Edward, watch mkr., 584 

Central av 
Boro Bros, confec, 26 Pub. Landing 
Boro James, (V. Boro Bro.,) 89 

Broadway 
Boro Vincent. (V. B. & Bro.; 26 Pub. 

Landing ■ . j 

Boro Vincent, (Boro Bros.) 89 Broad. 

way 
Boro Vincent & Bro., (Vincent B. and 

James B.,) confec. 89 Broadway. 
Borter H., lab., wks s.e.c. John and 

Augusta [kins 

Bortner"^P.. (B. & McVitie.y 272 Hop- 
Bortner & McVitie, (I'eter B & Robert 

McV.,) carp, shop, e.s. Elm b. 

Court and Canal 
Borwinkel Heinrich, lab.. 24 Woodward 
Borz F., carp.. 78 Bremen 
Bosche Hy, elk., 382 Broadway 
Bosche Joseph, porter, 24 E . 4d, h. n.w. 

cor. Spring & AVoodward 
Boschert Bernhardt cof. h. 620 Main 
Boschke, Theodore, cooper, 200 Linn 
Bose Charles, cig. mkr. bds. Teutonia 

Hotel 
Boshen Robert, compositor, 510 W. 3d 
Bosil S., stone mason, wks. s.w.c. 5th 

and Broadway 
Bosin'4er A. G. salesman s.w.c. 5th and 

Vine 
Bosker D., shoe mkr., n.w.c. Dudley 

and W. Liberty 
Bosley James E., paper hanger, 24 W. 

4ih, bds. 142 W. 7th 




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Bosley Tbos. A-.paper hanger, 2i \V. 

4th, h. 1G6 Vine 
BOSLEY Wiu. K., (Shavpless & B.) 

160 Vine 
Boss Charles, painter, 448 Linn 
Boss Christian, (Kay & B. ) 54 Franklin 
Boss Fre<ierick, mach., -vks. 30 Butler 
Boss G. A., salesman, 33 Sycamore, bds. 

Gait House 
Boss John, tailor, 570 Elm 
Boss Robert, pilot, rear of 171 Water 
Bossa Conrad, helper, wks lu VV. 7th" 
Bossa William, lab., 187 Clark 
Bosse Frederick, wagon mkr., wks. G4 

W. Canal, h. lO'i Bremen 
Bosse Frederick, s.w.c. 9th and Walnut 
Bosse Henry, furniture, 59 W. 5th, h. 

13-2 Clark 
Bossel Frank, mason, 394 Broadway 
Bossel .Tames, pattern mkr., bds. 140 

Carr 
Bossel John, currier, bds. 443 Main 
Bosser Henry, furniture, lll'i Clark 
Bossey William, wines and liquors, n.e.c. 

liinn and Bank 
Bossman Conrad, watchman, 20 Provi- 
dence 
Bossyns John, janitor. Melodeon Bldg., 

n.w.c.4th and Walnut 
Best Charles, painter, e.s. Linn b. York 

and Dayton 
Bost John, carp., lOP Clinton 
Boster Lewis, turner, 233 Belts 
Bostle John, grocer, n.e.c. B'ront and 

Louis 
Bostwick Hy., printer, 2 Baker, res.Co- 

vin<rtou 
Boswell Geo., turnkey atjail.SS Pleasant 
BoswellJacob, carp., 218 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Boswell Wm.,carp., 218 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Bosworth H. S., book store, s.w.c. 8th 

and Walnut, res. Walnut Hills 
Bote Bernard, tailor, 362 Freeman 
Bote Louis, carriase mkr-, wks. 711 Vine 
Bothold Samuel, flour packer, 114 Hunt 
Botter George, sawyer, wks. 527 Central 

av. 
Botter Hy., lab. 336 Broadway 
BOTTLER Charles. (Faehr &. B.) 440 

Main 
Bottler Philip, elk., 128 Ham. Road 
Bottler Wm., lab., 438 Main 
Botts Anna, servt , 135 W. 9th 
Botts Arthur, teamster. 208 W. Front 
Botts James, cooper, 248 Liberty 
Botts John, b.h., 212 W. Front 
Botts John E., cooper, 316 Water 
B)tts Johns., teamster, 105 Richmond 
Botts Thomas, mate on river, 212 W. 

Front 
Botts Wm., teamster, .58 Plum 
Bottzin»er Conrad, diay, 18 Ilujhes 
Bouch John, potter, wks. Brighton Pot- 
tery 
Bouchard E. H., shoemkr., 231 W. 6th 
Bouck Francis, carp., biis. 60 Everett 
Boucker Fred. II., salesman 101 W. 4th, 

bds. 373 W. 5th 
Boucker Hy., elk., 373 W. .5th 
Boudietz Joseph, painter, 638 Vine 
Boulton Thomas dray, Slooal. nr. Carr 
lioumeyer John, lab., wks. 17 W.oth 
Bour John. bk. mkr., 116 Carr 
Bour Phil. A , elk., 51 Broadway, bds. 

57 Broadway 
Bouren John, wks. s.w.c. 5th and Broad- 

wa.v 
Boura Donald, elk., 210 Sycamore 
Bourke Dennis, shoemkr., rear 82 Wa- 
ter 
Bours John Q., foreman, W. Budd's 116 

Carr 
Bouss Joseph, boiler mkr., wks. 56 Pike 
Bouter Emily 6«3 Vine 
Bouter Geo. ,683 Vine 
Bouxary Hyppolite, (B. & Matthews) r'm 

41 Ohio Medical College 
Bouxary <fe Mitthews (Hyppolite B. & C. 
H. M.,) fish, game and oyster, 208 
Vine 
Bovard Alexander, carp., bds. 304 Broad- 
way 
Bovary Valentine, showcase mkr., 66 
Main 



Bover George, driver, w.s. Johnb. Find* 

lay and Poplar 
Bovere V., cab. mkr., 118 Everett 
BoveyG. C., bridge builder, bds. Pearl 

Street House 
Boward John, carp., 163 Richmond 
Boward Mary A., seamstress, 163 Rich- 
mond 
Bowdle Daniel D., l&w student, h. 299 

Walnut 
Bowell Peter, shoemkr., 178 E. Pearl e. 

of Broadway 
Bowen A. S., com. mer., 5 E. Front, res. 

Clifton 
Bowen & Crew, (Geo. G. B. <St Beniamin 

L. C.) grocery, 107 & 169 W. 3d 
Bowen Daniel, wagon mkr.. I Jane 
Bowen David, saddlPr, bds. 20S W. 5th 
Bowen George G., (Bowen & Crew,; bds. 

c. Broadway and 4th 
Bowen Fred. A-, wka. Dixon's Spice 

Mills, h 13 Ann 
Bowen John, boiler mkr., wks. 56 Pike 
Bowen T. D., sleeping car, C. & C. R.R., 

bds. Burnet House 
Boweng Francis, salesman 381 Main 
Bower Andy, eng., bds. 40 PiKe 
Bower Caspei, lab., 808 W. Front 
Bower Chris., steamboat eng., bds. 74 E. 

Pearl 
Bower George, fireman, Niles' Works 
Bower J. B., bk. layer, 335 Clark 
Bower Jacob, cof. h. and b.h., 40 Pike 
Bower John, lab., 17 E- 3d e. of Lock 
Bower John, lab., bds. 74 E. Pearl 
Bower Joseph, lab., Browne w. of Cen 

tral av. 
Bower Mary, tailoress, wks. 481 W. 5th 
Bower Michael, cab. mkr., 442 W. 2d 
Bower Michael, carp., 119 Providence 
Bower Timothy, ship carp., 050 E. Front 
Bowers E., lab., e.s. Division nr. Harri- 
son av. 
Bowers Hy., pattern mkr., 199 Richmond 
Bowers Mariuus, painter, 20 Woodward 
Bowers Matthias, lab., w.s. Observatory 

Road n. of Baum 
Bowers Robert, fitter, 61 W. 4th 
Bowers Thos., boot and shoe fitter, 183 

Lonsworth 
Bowers W. T., bk. layer, 140Baymiller 
Bowes John, cooper, 105 W. Canal, h. 9 

Accommodation 
Bowes Michael, carp., bds. c. 3d and Elm 
Bowesfelt Fred., cab. mkr., 23 Harrison 
Bowie Arcibald, wk. n.w.c. Pearl and 

Miami Canal 
Bowie Daniel, lab., e.s. Ludlow b. Pearl 

and 3d 
Bowie Daniel, wks. 243 Sycamore, h. 210 



Bowie James, lab., e.s. Ludlow b. Pearl 

and 3d 
Bowie Laughlin, lab., e.s. Ludlow b. 3d 

and Pearl 
Bowie Lock, lab., e.s. Ludlow b. Pearl 

and 3d 
Bowie Thos. W., printer, s.e.c. 8th and 

Walnut 
Bowing Ily., cof. h., 7 River 
Bowker Chas. H., salesman, 101 W. 4th, 

bds. 296 Richmond 
Bowler 6. W., vet. surgeon, n.w.c. 6th 

and Walnut and 15 W. 6th 

BOWLER ROBERT B., Proprietor 
Kentucky Central Railroad, Office 
1114 Broadway, res. Clifton 
Bowles Thos., lab., 50 Race 
Bowley John, cab. mkr., 223 Cutter 
Bowling Hy., lab., 29 Hannibal 
Bowhng John J., blksmith, wks. 8 W. 2d, 

res. Newport 
Bowman Amos, whitewasher, s.s. 6th b. 

Broadway and Culvert 
Bowan Andrew, saddler, bds. s.s. Front 

b. Louis and Vance 
Bowman Cord. H.. elk., 140 Bremen 
Bowman Fred., cab. mk., 149 Poplar 
Bowman H. A., mer , 392 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. [port 

Bowman Hy., wks. II E. 7th, res. New- 
Bowman Hy. P., at Hieatt & Wood's, 

res. Pleasant Ridge 
Bowman Jeremiali, whitewasher. 52 New 
Bowman John W., elk., 112 W. 5th, bds. 

310 Elm 



Bowman Joseph, cigars & exchance of- 
fice, 279 Walnut 
Bowman Joshua, waiter, Broadway Ho- 
tel 
Bowman Lydia, widow, 374 Race 
Bowman Louis, w.s. Lawrence b. Pearl 

and Front 
Bowman Margaret, bk. folder, wks. Ill 

Main 
Bowman R. M., elk., bds. 33 Milton 
Bowman Robert, lab., Richmond below 

Harriet 
Bowman Robert E., elk., 33 Milton 
Bowman Rol)ertT., elk, 11 E. 4th, res. 

Covington 
Bowmer Sophia, gardener, wks. s.s. Flint 

b. Freeman and MillCrefk 
BowmesterB., varnisher, 5 Melancthon 
Bi.wn Alfred, artist, 6th W. 4th 
Buwn Alfred, elk., 17 E. 4th, bds. Broad- 

w,ay b. 4th and 5th 
BOWN Benjamin, (B. & Deming,) 164 
Broadway 

BOWN & DEMING, (Benjamin B. &. 
John D.1 Wholesale Candy Manu- 
facturers and Dealers, 40 Main 
BOWN THOMAS, Ornamental Com- 
])ositioii Works and Gilding, and 
Manufacturers of Mirrors, 135 Sy- 
camore, store 17 E. 4th, bds. Broad- 
way b. 4th and 5th 
Bnwn W H. H., chirographic and pho- 
tographic gallery, 6 W. 4th 
Bowries Geo.,lab., 207 Clinton 
Bowring Geo., teamster, 57i Hopkins 
Bows John, cooper, 9 Accommodation 
Bowyer Angeline, 99 Smith 
Bowyer Lewis, dray, 45 Stone 
Box Wm., feed store, 263 Broadway 
Boxlaeter Fred., varnisher, 370 Elm 
Boy an Ily., waiter, 60 E. 7th 

Boyce , salesman, bds. 181 W. 4th 

Boyce Caroline, gold cutter, wks. 181 

Walnut, h. c. Elm an<l Race 
Boyce Duncan, paper carrier, s e.e. Race 

and 5th 
Boyce Edmund, bkbinder,447 W. 3d 
Boyce George, lab., 179 Water 
Boyce Jas , lab., bds. 140 Carr 

BOYD ALEX.. 
Merchant Tailor, 33 E. 3d, Man- 
chester Building 
Boyd Benj., E., engraver, 10 W. Court 

w. of Central av. 
Boyd David, lab., 48 W. Water 
Boyd Eliza, laundress, 140 Longworth 
Boyd Hy., bedstead manufac, Broadway 

b. 8th and Canal, h. New b. North 

and Broadway 
Boyd Hy., foreman Meth. Book Concern, 

res. Walnut Hills 
Boyd J C, omnibus mkr., wks. s.w.c 

Elm and 2d, h. 14 Dayton 
Boyd John W., b.k., 123 & 125 E. Pearl 

e. of Broadway, h. 10 W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
Boyd Maria F., 10 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Boyd Nelson, bk. finisher, Meth. Book' 

Concern, res. Walnut Hills 
Boyd Peter, 33 E. 3d 
Boyd R., 63 Avery e. of Park 
BOYD Robert, (Barr, McGrew & Co.) 

res. Greenup County, Ky. 
Bovd Robert, b k., 54 W. 2d, h 74 Barr 
Boyd Samuel, tailor, bds. 88 12th 
Boyd Thns., treasurer at National Thea- 
tre, 449 Linn 
Boyd Wm., brklayer, 26 Madison 
Boyd Wm., lab. 42 K 6th 
Boyd Wni.. mach., wks. 196 W. Pearl 
Boye F. W., b. k., 18 and 20 Main, h, 

370 W. 9th 
Boyer Hy., waiter, Broadway Hotel 
Boyer J. M., mach., ,565 W. 5th 
Boyer John, 229 W. 4th 
Boyer John L., b. k„ 42 W. 2d, bds. 229 

W. 4 th 
Boyer Wm. D., b. k., 42 W. 2d, h. 268 

W. 7th 
BOYINGTON Peter, (Barr, McGrew &. 

Co.). h. Greenup Co., Ky. 

BOYLAN & CO., 
(J. A. B., Thomas H. B. & D. K. 
Harvey.) Wholesale Dry Goods, 
123 Walnut 



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HAM ^Ji^^ON^^^OJTN DRY. 

^WM. "W^. H ^ i^ E S, 

IRON FOUNDER, 

Jfest Front Street, near John^ Cincinnati^ 0, 

Grate Bars, Sash Weights, Pulleys, Soap Kettles, Mill Gearing, Hangers, Furnace Fronts, Cast 
Iron Shafts, Clock Weights. 

j^"" Having been a practical moulder for twenty years, I am prepared to furnish Castings of 
every description, made in the best manner. Patterns of every kind made if required. Those hav- 
ing their own patterns Tvill do well to give me a call. All orders will meet with prompt attention. 



J^MES J^. FKA-ZEE, 

WHOLESALE 

GKOCEK Ml COMMISSION MEBCHM, 

Nos. 66 and 68 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 

Always on hand, Shot, Lead, Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, Tar, Pitch, Rosin, Oakum, 
Manilla and Hemp Cordage, Cotton Yarns, etc. 

Fish of all kinds and in all sized packages. Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Sardines, Pickles, etc. Pure Old 

Bourbon and Rye Whisky. Piirticular attention paid to Consignments of and Orders for Produce, 

Oils, Whisky, Cincinnati Manufactured Goods, etc. 



FRANCIS NUELSEN, 

Importer and Manufacturer of 

ClGlRS,TOB.l(;COi\DSlFF, 

DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO, 



No. 233 Main St., bet. Fifth and Sixth, 

(Sign of the Indian Chief,) 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



G. ¥. SHEPPARD & CO,, 

Manufacturers of 

C3rOTL^T> X^IHl INT iS, 
No. 6 W. Fourth St., up stairs, 

BET. MAIN AND WALNUT, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

A large stock of superior Gold Pens, Gold and Silver Pen 
and Pencil Cases always on hand, at hberal prices, whole- 
sale and retail. 

Pens neatly repaired and repointed to order. Orders by 
mail promptly attended to. 



II. W. HARTBURN, 

Successor to James Atllesey, 

P L U m B E R, 

No. §21 Viae St., near 9lli, Cinciunati, 0. 



Pumps, Water Closets, Baths, Hydrants, Sheet Lead and 
Lead Pipe. Work made and repaired. 



P. C. BROWNE, 

PLAIN AND FANCY 

BOOK, CARD & JOB PRINTER, 

S.E. cor. Third and Sycamore Sts., 

(Entrance on Third, Browne'sRow,) 
CINCINNATI. OHIO. 



ADOLPH NICKEL. 



HKNKY BIELEB. 



NICKEL & BIELER, 

(Successors to Chas. Schaettle,) 

LEATHER &FINDm&§f ORE, 

No. 240 Main Street. 

J'ivc doors below 6th ktreet, east side, Vincinnati. Ohio. 
Importers and dealers in French, German, and Philadel- 
phia Calf-skins, Kips, Black and Colored Moroccos and Kids, 
Bindings, Patent Leather, Black and Colored English, 
French and Italian Eastings, Silk and Cotton Galloons and 
Laces, Shoe Findings, Trimmings, Mens and Women's 
Lasts, Boot Trees, etc., wholesale and retail. LEATHER 
bought in the rough. 



JOHN STANTON, 



Manufacturer of Baggage Checks, 
139 Fifth St., s. s., 2d door west of Race, Cin. 



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Boylan Jas., cutter, 80 Main, h. c. Elm 

and Court 
Boylan .John, salesman, 123 Walnut, bds. 

Walnut House 
BOiTLAN Julius A., (B. & Co.), 175 W. 

4 th 
Boylan Mary, servt., 362 W. 7th 
BOYLAN Thomas II., (C. &. Co.), Ms. 

Spencer House 
Boylancl IK-nry, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Boyland John, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

foundry [2d 

Boyle Chas., dray., 41 W. 2d, h. 311 W. 

BOYLE &. CO., 
(Stephen S. B.& Frederick Goule). 
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 33 E. 2d 
Boyle Edward, 90 Kicbmond 
Boyle Francis, elk., n.w,c. 5th and Syc- 
amore 
Boyle Hannah, Commerce b. Elm and 

Plum 
Boyle John, dray., rear 130 Water 
Boyle Slai-y, 176 Water 
Boyle Mary, rear 128 Water 
Buyle Michael, blksmith. 24 New 
Boyle Michael, lab., s.e.c. George and 

Baymiller 
Boyle Patrick, hostler, IG5 Central av. 
BOYLE Stephen S., (B. &. Co.,) res. nr. 

St. Marys College 
Boyle Wm. Henry, apprentice, 242 Main 
Boyles C. C, b.k., 76 W. 4th, h. 204 

Longworth 
Boyloo Newton, carp., Taylor nr. Carr 
Boylson Bridget, 231 Court 
Boylson Edward, stonecutter, bds. 231 

Court 
Boylson Mich., plasterer, bds. 231 Court 
Boyntou Chas. A., paying elk., n.e.c. 

3d and Walnut, bds. 175 Vine 
Boynton Rev. Charles B., Kinggold b. 

Young and Price 
Boyntou Hy. V. N., Ringgold b. Young 

and Price 

BOYNTON Dr. N. SMITH, 
Eclectic Infirmary. 414 W. 5th, 
bds. 42 Barr 
Boynton Dr. S. W., phys., 424 W. 5th 
BoysThos., sawyer, n.w.c. Freeman and 

9th 
Boy son Martin, lab., E. Broadway 
Boyus Jas., foreman, 211 Walnut, h. 23 

Madihon 
Braam C. M., wks. Cin. type foundry 
Braam John, binder, 11)0 Hunt 
Braam Nicholas, plow mkr., wks. 10 

W. 7th 
Braan Andrew, I'th e. of Baum 
Braan James, cooper, n.s. Crippen al. b. 

Sycamore and Broadway 
Braan John, lab , w.s. Gth above Baum 
Braan John, lab., w.s. Central av. b. 2d 

and Pearl 
Brace T. D., cond. L. M. R. R., bds. 

Spencer House 
Bracer C. blksmith, 61 Findlay 
Braeher Joseph, lab., 570 Walnut 

BRACHMANN HENRY, 
Wines and Liquors, 81 W. 3d, and 
(C.N, Morris & Co.) h. 399 W. 5th 
Brachmann Wm., b. k., 81 W. 3d, h. 399 

W. 5th 
Bracken & Hook. (John B. & Benjamin 

H.). brickmkrs., s.w.c. Harriet and 

Gest 
Bracken John, (B. & Houk), 2G0 Hop- 
Bracken W., brick moulder, n.s. Clark 

b. Freeman and Garrard 
Bracken Wm , cof. h., 109 E. 2d 
Brackinseed N., carp., bds. \9i Everett 
Brackland Hy., ci.s,'. store, 6t)l Main 
Brackman Herman, ens:., 504 Main 
Bracknian John II., dray., 90 Dudley 
Brackmann Hy., lab., 137 Everett 
Brackmeyer Arn., shoemkr., 64 Hughes 
Bradbury Anne R. 43 E. Liberty 
Bradbury Chfis., billiard finisher, wks. 

J. M. Brunswick & Bro's 
Bradbury Chas. E., bds. Tremont House 
Bradbury Cornelius S., b. k., 266 Broad 

way, h. East Walnut hills. 
Bradbury Boxcinda, tailoress, ^04 Bettg 
Bradliury Vincent, sawmkr., 62 Gth str't 
. Hill 



Bradbury Vincent C, salesman, 55 W. 
Pearl, h. 116 E. Liberty 

BRADBURY WILLIAM E., 
Flour Manufacturer. Warehouse 
S.'66 Broadway, h. 276 Longworth 

Braddock Joseph B., millwright, bds. 54 
Lawrence 

Bradenburg Matthias, stonemason, e.s. 
Milk n. of Vine 

Bradenstein John, marble cutter, wks. 
David BoUes 

Bradford J. A., pattern mkr., wks. at 
Greenwood's foundry 

Bradford James, policeman, 665 Syc- 
amore 

Bradford James, paver, 401 George 

BRADFORD James, (J. B. &. Co.), 389 
George 

BRADFORD JAMES & CO., 
Manufacturers of Portable Flour 
Mills and Mill Stones, 66 Walnut. 
Factory 70 Elm 
BRADFORD John, (T. Bradford & Co.), 

398 George 
Bradford Jos. W., salesman, 94 W. Pearl 
Bradford Louisa P., teacher at 3d district 
school, h. 38 Harrison 
: Bradford Mary, rear 71 W. Court, w. of 
I Central av. 

BRADFORD T. & CO., 
(John Bradford & David McGraw), 
French Burr Mill Stone Manufac- 
turers, 59 Walnut and 135 W. 2d 
i BRADFORD Thomas, (T. B. & Co.,) 398 
I George 

! Bradford Wm., attorney, 19 W. Court, h. 
229 W. 4th 
Bradish John F., physician. Art Union 

building 
Bradley Burton H., cof. h., 229 E. 5th, 
j e. of Lock 

BRADLEY CALVIN, 
Real Estate and Note Broker, 
8(1 W. 3d, h. 453 W 6th 
BRADLEY Charles F., (B & Webb), 

423 W. 8th 
Bradley Cornelius, shoemkr., 65 W. 4th, 

h. "83 Main 
Bradley Darius A., salesman. 16 W. 4th, 

h. 453 W. 6th 
Bradley Edward M., elk,, (Chamberlain 
SlCo.), h. Newport 

BRADLEY GEORGE, 
Carriage Factory & Livery Stable, 
214 W. 7th, h. 213 W. 7th 

Bradley George B., b. k., 51 and 53 Vine 
h. 137 Race 

Bradley Giles polisher, wks. 99 W. 4th, 
h. Crippen al.b. Broadway and Syc- 
amore and 7th and 8th 

Bradley H., blksmith, wks. s.w.c. 7th 
and Smith 

Bradley Harry, carp., 46 Milton 

Bradlev Hy., carriage driver, w.s. Webb 
b. Smith and Park [8th 

Bradley Henry, 214 AV. 8th, h. 315 W. 

Bradley Hiram, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 
Kim and Pearl 

Bradley J. F., cond. L. M. R. R., bds. 
Spencer House 

Bradley James, blksmith, 405 Sycamore 

Bradley James, chairmkr., n.s. Whet- 
stone al. b. 7th and 8th 

Bradley James, lab., 67 Oliver 

Bradley John, bds. 158 W. 3d 

Bradley John, 63 Milton 

Bradley John, carp., Oregon nr. Observ- 
atory 

Bradley John, finisher, 60 Baum 

Bradley John, tube mkr., 42 & 44 W. 2d 

Bradley John B., librarian, law library, 
Court house, h. 41 Mansfield 

Bradley John M., blksmith, 437 W. 8th 

Bradley M., wid., 477 W. 8th 

Bradley Mary, tailoress, 23 E. 7th 

Bradley Patrick, lab., n.s. Front b. Kelly 
and Torre nee 

aradley Mrs. Rachel, 117 E. 6th 

Bradley Stephen, brakemau C. II. & D. 
R. R.,bds. 92 Carr 

Bradley Thos., 408 Elm 

Bradley Thos., dray., 35 Sycamore, h. 75 
J 4th nr. Elm 

Bradley Thos., lab., w.s. 6th above Baum 

Bradley W. P., b. k., 100 E. 2d, h. New- 
port 



BRADLEY & WEBB, 
(Charles F. b. & Wm. A. W.), 
Stationers, Printers and Binders, 
135 Main 
Bradley Wm., river man, bds. 32 E. 

Front 
Bradshaw Geo., carp., rear of 187 W. 3d 
Bradstreet Edwin P., attorney, 25 W. 3d 

h. 27 Mound nr. 7th 
BRADSTKEET Henry, (John M. Brad- 
street &, Sons), h. New York 
BRADSTREET John M., (J. M. B. & 
Sons), h. New York 

BRADSTREET JOHN M. & SONS, 
(John M. B. & Henry B.), 
improved Mercantile Agency, 27 
W. 3d 
BradtmuUer Gottlieb, cab. mkr., wks. 

n.w.c. Elm and Pearl, h. 374 W. 

Liberty 
Brady Alice, e.s. Miami Canal, b. 8th 

and Court 
Brady Ann, servant, 376 W. 7th 
Brady Bernard, chairmkr.. 49 W. 5th 
Brady Bridget, laundress, 36 North 
Brady Conrad, teamster, n.s. Front above 

Foster 
Brady Eliza, wid., c John and LinnEEUS 
Brady Elizabeth, wid., 56 Providence 
Brady Frank, lab., 154 George 
Brady Hugh, lab., 48 E- 7th 
Brady James, elk. at Custom House, h. 

267 John 
Brady James, lab., Deer Creek Valley 
Brady John, 267 John 
Brady John, lab., n.s. Front above Foster 
Brady John, moulder, wks, s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Brady John, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Brady John, trunk mkr., wks. 507 Plum 
Brady Joseph, carp., 486 Elm 
Brady Mary, cook, Dennison House 
Brady Mary, servant, Madison House 
Brady Patrick, lab., Lebanon road 
Brady Phillip, lab., bds 20 E. rjth 
Brady Terrence, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Bradv Thomas, lab., n.s. Goodlow above 

Willow 
Brady Thos., teacher St. Xavier school, 

bds. 226 Sycamore 
Brager W,. lab., 154 Baymiller 
Bragger Fred., finisher, 68 Lock 
Brahm Andrew, stone mason, 775 Vine 
Brahm Hv., lab,, 47 E. Woodward 
Brahm, Hy., tailor, 93 Spring 
Brahm J. H.. shoemkr.. Landing b. 

Broadway and Lndlow 
Brahm Marines, painter, 16 Mulberry 
Rrahn Bernard, 422 Sycamore 
Brahn John, shoe store, 3 Pub. Land- 
ing, h. .54 E. 2d 
Brainard Hy., porter, 35 Main, h. 48 

Water 
Brainp Martin A., grocer, 792 E. Front 

e. of Lock 
Brakeman Hy., elk.. 195 Laurel 
Bra k em an Mary, 113 W. 7 th 
Braley Francis, cutter, 21 1 Main 
Braman Dora. bds. 344 Main 
Braman W. E.', (W. E. B. & Co.,) Wal 

nut Hills 
Braman W. E. & Co., (W. E. B., J. T 

Williamson &, Oliver Holden). sew- 
ing machines, s.w.c. 4th and Wal- 
nut, room 9 
BRAMBLE A. F. (Gerard & Co.), 151 

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Bramcamp Hy., salesman. 86 E. Pearl 
Bramer Antony, tinner, 7 5 Kilgour b. 3d 

and Ellen 
Bramer Fred., lab., 372 Broadway [av 
Bramkamp Lewis, elk., bds. 593 Centr.al 
Bramm Chas., cig. mkr., wks, 661 Vine 
Bramm Nicholas, painter, wks. 10 W. 

7th 
Bramsoher Mary A., n.s. 6th h. Carr and 

Harriet 
Bramsher Geo., carp., 267 W. Court w. 

ot Central av 
Branan Timothy, lab., Central av. b. 4th 

and McFarland 
Branch Martha, 273 George 
Brand Andrew, cigars and tobacco, 648 

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Brand Bernard (ITilmer& B.) 3G3 W.Sth 

Bniiid Kdward, Lebanon Koad 

Brand Francis, druggist, s.w.c. Race and 

I5th 
Brand Fritz, lab.. 25 E. Liberty 
Braud Geo., cisarmkr., (US Vine 
Brand Hy., shoemkr., wks. CU3 Vine 
Brand John, 648 Vine 
Brand John, biksmith shop, Lebanon 

Road 
Brand Joseph, musician. 648 Vine 
Brandera Hy., mach., 34 IMeasant 
Brandliorst Wm., brklaver, 6r!4 Main 
Brandis Chas., ap;t., Weisker Bros., ICl 

Main, bds. Gil)sr>n House 
Brandmeier J., shoemkr., wks. 341 Free- 

Brandom Minerva, laundress, 127 Barr 

f)R.\NDT A. R., Malt House, n.w.c. 
\ John antl Welib, 
^ h. 370 W. 7th 
Brandt Chas,, biksmith. .'iO Jones 
Brandt Clias.. musician, 12 E. Liberty 
Brandt Dietrich, lab., 475 Broa Ivvay 
Brandt Fred C, elk., Verandah Restau- 
rant 
Brandt Gotleih, 13 Madison 
Brandt Ily., porter, 48 W. 2d 
Brandt lly.. slioemkr, bds. 13 Mary 
Brandt Herman, bar k., 216 Walnut 
Brandt J. F., varnisher, h.90 Pleasant 
Brandt John, shoemkr., h. 128 Walnut 
Brandt John H., shoemkr., 126 Walnut 
Brandt Sophia, 52 Webster 
Brandewide B., shoemkr., 671 W. Front 
Branham Alfred (B. & Stapp) bds. Mad- 
ison House 
Branhorst Hy., porter. 10 W. Front 
Branham & Stapp (Alfred B. & Dewitt 

C.S.) wh. grocers, 35 xMain 
Branigin Elizabeth, 310 W. fith 
BranUanp Joseph, elk., 81 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Branler John, lab., wks. Hunt, E.Broad- 
way 
Brannahan Kate, bk. folder. 111 Main 
Brannan Barney, biksmith, bds. 48U W. 

Front 
BRANNAN Benj. F.. (Tweed & An- 
drews) 135 W. 7th 
Brannan John, nailmkr., 9l'3 Central av 
Brannan Julia, seryt., s.s. New b. North 

and Broadway 
Brannan Thomas, lab., Sloo al. nr. Har- 
riet 
Brannan Patrick, teamster, n.e.c.3d and 

Butler 
Brannon Winnie, servt., 306 W. 6th w. 
of Central av 

Brannar .seamstress, 023 Central av 

Brannegan Michael, helper, c. Front and 

Central av 
Brannegan Patrick, teamster, Longworth 

nr. Stone 
Brannen Wm., cooper, bds. 125 Lock 
Branner Thomas, cooper, c. 6th and 

Lock 
Brannick Wm., ship carp., Nassau b. 

Reed and Broad 
Brannigan Patrick, mach., wks. 1C6 W. 

Pearl 
Brannin Anne, 129 R. 5tla 
Brannin Mary, l-'9 E. 5th 
Brannon Ann laundress, s.w.c. Pearl 

and Race 
Brannon Ellen, widow, 16 Commerce 
Brannon George, dray., bds 55W. Front 
Brannon J., lab., wks. Hunt, E. Broad- 
way 
Brannon James, lab., Yeatman b. Broad- 
way and Sycamore 
Brannon John, elk. bda. 221 W. 5th 
Brannon John, elk.. 311 John 
Brannon John, hostler, A. Cutter's 
Brannon Mary, 311 John 
Brannon Robert, lab., Harriet b. Front 

and 6th 
Branouih Jane, 294 W. 7th w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Branson Martin, cab. mkr., wks. 41 Park 
Brant Albert, mer., 370 W. 7th 
Brant August, shoemkr.. bds. 65 W. 5th 
Brant Hy., shoemkr., h.S3 E. Pearl 
Brant P., wood sawyer, 110 Clinton 
Brant Peter, cooper, Livingston b. Linn 
and Bayrailler 



Brant Wm., shoemkr., bds. at Union 

House 
Brany Tun., l.ab., rear 282 Main 
Braraton E<lwar<l, 53 E. 8th e. of Lock 

BRASHEARS G. & LAWS, (Gassa- 
way B. &, James H. L.) Auction- 
eers and Commission Merchants, 
57 and .59 Main 

BRASlIEABSGa3saway(G.B. &Laws,) 
84 Mound 

Brashears Gassaway, jr., b.k., 57 Main, 
h. ts4 Mound 

BRASHEARS John P. (Norvell, Mc- 
Laughlin & Co.; 84 Mound 

Brashears Thos , fireman, 187 W. Court, 
w. of Central av 

Breasher Benj. F.. Steamboat capt., Ill 
W. 7th 

Brasher C. L., elk., bds. s.w.c. Cutter 
and W. Court w. of Central av 

Braslehan Timothy, stone cutter. Syca- 
more b. 6th and 7 th 

Brass Chas. J., elk., s.w.c. 3d and Wal- 
nut, h. 2,)5 Race 

Brasse Hy., Corporation al. b. Young 
and Ludlow 

Brater Georie, lab., wks. 219 W. 3d 

Bratmeller H., cooper, wks. s.w.c. Wade 
and Cutter 

Bratmer John, taiior, bds. 4=> E. Pearl 

Bratton A. R.. jeweler, 23S John 

BRATZLER CHARLES, Tavern and 
Coffee House, 
238 E. Front 
Bratzler Jacob, waiter at Fireman's Hall, 

at 65 W. 5th 
Brauoh Peter, carnage mkr., wks. Geo. 

C. Miller & Son's 
Brauer Hy., carp., 23 Hughes 
Brauer John, porter, 22 E. 2d, h. c. Linn 

and Bank 
Brauer Michael, barber, 672 Vine 
Braumas Frank, porter, 14 W. 13th 
Braun Chas., lab., 14 Hamer 
Branner August, waiter, Gait House 
Braun Gotfried, cigar mkr., n.w.c. Vine 

and Elder 
Braun Hy., carp., 3 Lootsey 
Braun Hy., tailor, 596 Main 
Braun John, baker, 123 Bremen 
Braun John B., car driver, 148 Abigail 
Braun Paul, mach., 21 Bank 
Braun Xavier, cigar mkr., s.e.c. 12th and 

Vine 
Braun T., cigar mkr., bds. 130 W. Court 
Brauns Jacob gas fitter, bds. 412 Vine 
BRAUiN'STEiN Frank X., (Elsas, Jones 

& Co.)h.71 Pike 
Braunstein Phi ip, dray, s.s. Ohio al. b. 

Elm and Plum and Jefferson and 

Adams 
Braunwarth Michael J., cooper, ^n.s. 

Charlotte b. Baymiller and Linn 
Brands Ferdinand, steward, 30 E. 3d 
Brausch Peter, lab., s.s. Ohio al. b. Elm 

and Plum, and Jefferson and Adams 
Bravo John. 204 Vine 
Brawley Francis, tailor, bds. 130 Main 
Bray Ausust, lab., 19 Buckeye 
Bray C. W., painter, 30 W. Court, h. 196 

W.7th 
Bray Geo. R., elk., 3154 W. .5th 
Bray Job F., stone cutter, 364 Race 
Bray John, lab., 1(.'7 Clark 
Bray Matilda, teacher, Woodward High 

School, h. Walnut Hills 
Bray Willis, carp., bds 2l« W. 5th 
Brayer Nicholas, moulder, 67(1 Elm 
Bravman Bernard, driver, 2.53 Laurel 
Brazen Thomas, lab., 39 E. 7th 
Br^zer Matilda, widow, lOGest 
Brazier Sarah, Bevis House 
Brazier R. C, bds. Bevis House 
Breakhart Catharine, potter, wks. at G. 

Scott's 
Brean Mary, 44 Elm 
BreanWm., printer, 44 Elm 
Brech John. 207 Clinton 
Brechten Nicholas, lab., bds. 443 Main 
B.eck John, lab., U 12th 
Breckenridge John, lab., wks. 131 E. 

Front 
Breckenstein Lawrence,' baker, 119 Mo- 
hawk 
Brecker Hy., teamster, W. 0th nr. Har- 
riet 



Brecking U., plasterer. Hand al^ b. W. 

Court and Clark 
Breckmann Herman, mach., 501} Main 
Brecount Geo. S., agt., D. & M. R R.,5 

College Hall Bldg., bds. 196 W. 3d 
Bredal Wm., shoemkr., 334 Mound 
Bredel Geo., lab., wks at F. I'urtman's 
Brederman F.. wks. H. Wiederecht 
Bree Joseph, 39 W. Front 
BRKED AbelD. (Crane, B. & Co., A.L. 

Scovill & Co.,& B. Barslow Sc Co.,) 

bds. Dr. 0. E.Newton 
Breed Bridget, laundress, Canal b. 6th 

and f th 

BREED RICHARD E„ Tobacconist, 
lis and .20 W.2d, 
h. Covington 
BREED Wm. J. (Crane, B. & Co.,) 102 

W. 7th 
Breen Edward, shoemkr., 22 Richmond 
Breen James, cooper, Crippen al. b. 7th 

and Sth 
Breen James, shoemkr., 22 Richmond 
Breen Michael, lab., w.s. 0th above Baum 
Breen Moses, cooiier, 27 Commejce, h. 

77 W. Front 
Breen Patrick, cooper, 27 Commerce, h. 

77 W. Front 
Brene Michael, waiter, E. 6th b Culvert 

and Broadway 
Breese Thos., express driver, 41 Jackson 
Bregemeyer Fe-;dinand, lab., 64 Hughes 
Breiiam Louis, porter, n.w.c. 6th and 

Walnut, bds. Main St House 
Brehl John, fireman, 222 Linn 
Brehr Adam, carp., 17 Allison 
Brei Gerard, cab. mkr., Iti4 Abigail 
Breidenoack Bernhard, mach., 86 Betts 
Breidenback Geo., mach., 86 Betts 
Breil Adam, biksmith. wks. 549 W. Sth 
Breiling August, baker, 167 Pleasant 
Brein Fred., wagon mkr. 177 Hopkins 
Breinig Joseph, painter, 309 Main 

I)REISCH J. F., 
■) Book Binder, 
^ 141 Main 
Breitenbueger Geo., en?., 492 Vine 
Breitenfeldt Hy., bar k., 59] Walnut 
Breitenstein John, stone mason, jail al. 

b. Main and Sycamore 
Breithaupt B., art depot and fancy goods, 

2.56 W. Sth 
Breitmann Chas., mer.. 31 Milton 
Breitmyer Fred., lab., 629 Elm 
Brekle Rudolph, cab. mkr., 104 Apple- 

tou 
Brell Andrew, tailor, Stone b. Sth and 

6 th 
Brells Peter, turner. 584 Plum 
Brem Cornelius, elk., 419 Sycamore 
Bremen Street Station Hou.e, w.s. Bre- 
men b 1 jth and Liberty 
Bremen Hy., carp., 151 Everett 
Bremencamp J., lab., wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Bremer C, hark., 96 Gest 
Bremer Ferdinand, pattern mkr., Fulton 

nr. Foster 
Bremer Frederick, lab., wks. s.e.c. 8th 

and Broadway 
Bremer Geo., lab., 110 Pleasant 
Bremer Hy., 34 E. 4th 
Bremer Hy., steward. Railroad Hotel 
Bremer John C, shoemkr., 139 York 
Bremfoerder Hy., miller, 468 Main 
Bremingham John, liib . Lebanon Road 
Bremke Dietrich, distiller, 112 Abigail 
Bremke Joseph, dray, 172 Spring 
Bremker Frank, dray, 13 Woodward 
Bremser John, b.k.. 112 W. Sth, bds. 107 

AV. Sth 
Brenckmann Christian, dray, 12 Abigail 
Brenckman Christ, jr., lab , 18 Abigail 
Brendamour Francis, wood carver, wks. 

alE. B. Dobells 
Brendamour S., variety store, 407 Cen- 
tral ay. 
Brendel Christina, seamstress, 22 E. Li- 
berty 
Brendel Valentine, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Brendes Hy., carp., 34 Pleasant 
Breneman 15. F., (B. & Bros.) bds. Gib- 
son House 
Breneman Brothers, (C. H. B., B. H H. 
B. & B. F. B.) paper hangings and 
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Brenemati C. H., (B. Bros.) h. Philadel- 
phia 

Bi-eneman B H., (B. & Bros.) 26 Hatha- 
way 

Brenen Jas. 11., actor, Melodeon Bldg., 
n.w.c. 4th and Wahiut 

Brenin-f Bernard, wks. atT. B. Baiter's 

Brenizer.lohn, b.k., bds. 107 W. 5th 

Brenk Geo., tailor, bds. 25 Mill 

Brenkhaus Frank, tailor, Dayton al. b. 
Bay miller and Linn 

Brenkkrr.er Fred., tailor, 493 Race 

BllENKMAN 11., 
Blacksmith, 24G Court, 
h. 17 W. 15th 
Brenkmyer Caspar, dray, 65 Oliver 
Brenkmiin .Totin, stone rubber, wks. s.e. 

c 3d and Lock 
Brennan Geo., dray, n e.c. Front and 

Walnut, h. 53W. Front 
Brennan Geo. John, elk. 5 E. Pearl, h. 

30 E. .5th 
Brennan Jas., groom, 27 W. 9th 
Brennan James, stone dealer, 253 W. 

Court 
BRENNAN James P., (Alexander, B. & 

Co.) hds. Broadway Hotel 
Brennan Michael, lab., 97 E. Pearl, e. of 

Broadway 
Brennan Michael L., bds. 298 W.5th 
Brennan Patrick, lab. Commerce b. Plum 

and Central av. 
Brennan Patrick, porter, 81 Commerce 
Brennan Thos., stone mason, W. 2d b. 

Plum and Central av 
Brennen John, salesman, 174 AY. 5th 
Brennen John J., porter, 5 E. Pearl, h. 

30 b;.5th 
Brennen Patrick, porter, 39 Walnut, h. 

67 Commerce 
Brenner Bernard, horse shoer, cor. Mill 

and 2d 
Brenner Fred , cooper, 30 Webster 
Brenner G. A., elk., bds. 623 Central av 
Brenner Geo., dray, 59 Abigail 
Brenner Herman, tailor, 591 Walnut 
Brenner John, cooper, 1 Lootsey 
BrenninR.. bds. n.w.c. Pike and Front 
Brenning John, brush mkr., wks. 211 

Walnut 
Brennor John, hostler, bds. Fireman's 

Hall 
Brensberg C, tailor, 160 Everett 
Brensel Hy., dray. 300 W. Liberty 
Brensler John, butcher, 58 Accommoda- 
tion 
Brent Armistead, waiter, 179 Smith 
Brent C. P., phys., 148 W. Front, h. 93 

Race 
Brentano Emil, cigar mer., 516 Syca- 
more 
Brentenawl Wm., shoemkr., wks. 230 W. 

5th, h Ludlow, Ky. 
Brentman Anlouius, cab. mkr., wks. 470 

W. 6th 
Breraton M., moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Brere W. W., piano mkr., 139 Plum 
Brermann Christ., cooper, 18 Mulberry 
Brermann Hy., cooper, 18 Mulberry 
Breser Theo., tinsmith, 82 Abigail 
Breshnam Ellen, 330 W. 7th 
Breslan John, elk., 49 Main 
Breslehan Patrick, marble polisher, 210 

Sycamore 
Bresling Patrick, lab., 120 Sycamore 
Bresman Michael, huckster, 123 Lock 
Bresnan Danl. C, grocer, 61 E. Hth 
Bresnan Patrick, shoemkr.. Whetstone 

al. b. 7th and 6th 
Bresnie Geo., finisher, 128 Walnut 
Bressel Hy., blksmith, 115 Woodward 
Bressel Hy., plow mkr., wks. Garrett & 

Cottman's 
Bressel Mary, 201 W. 3d 
Bressler Joseph, rag picker, s.s. W. W. 

Canal, below Home 
Bresser Theo., tinner, 78 Abigail 
Brestel Valentine, sash mkr., 453 Linn 
Brester John, lab., 468 Main 
Brethorst Hy., grocer, 16 Mulberry 
Brett Patrick, cof. h., 704 W. Front 
Brettham Hy., messenger, police Court, 

h. 4 Hamer 
Bretthauer Hy., lab., 4 Hamer 
Brettinghaus John, lab., 173 Clay 



Bretzle E., brewer, bds. 394 Vine 
Breuer August, car mkr., 16 E. 8th, h. 
155 Everett 

BREUER F., 
Cigar Maker, 
53 13th 
Breuer Fred., cigar manuf., 508 Syca- 

Breuer Theo., lab., Everett b. Cutter and 

Linn 
Breuleux Chas. F., elk., 88 E. 2d, h. 103 

E. 2d 
Brew Jas., dray, 24 Commerce 
Brew Thaddeus, inst. mkr., 7 W. 4th 
Brewer August, tanner, 155 Everett 
Brewer Emeline, teacher, 30 Hathaway 
Brewer H., 169 Clay 

Brewer Peter, teamster. Sargent b. Free- 
man and Carr 
Brewer Sarah, 367>^ W. 7th 
Brewer Tunos, cai-p., Skaats al. nr. 6th 
Brewster Horatio S., County Clerk's of- 
fice, h. 84 Hopkins 
Brewster P., 84 Hopkins 
Brey Saml., huckster, 572 Elm 
Breyer Frank, 2d steward, 30 E. 3d 
Brian Catharine, 324 W. 8th w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Brian Danl., stonecutter, wks. s.w.c 5th 

and Broadway 
Briant Adolph, mathematical instrument 

mkr., rear 282 Main 
Brice J., mach.,wks. Greenwood's foun- 
dry 
Brichler Geo-, cof. h., 586 Elm 
Brichmeyer Fritz, lab., 582 Main 
Brick John, moulder, 118 Laurel 
Brick Mai'tin, cooper, Davison near 

Brighton House 
Bricke Gottfried, tinner, 1G9 Pleasant 
Brickell Geo. S., elk., 285 W. 7th 
Brickell Wm. carriage mkr." 7 Sargent 

BRIOKETT & CO., 
Grocers, 
n-e c. 6th and Vine 
BBICKETT Irad, 305 Elm 
Brickler Joseph, lab., 698 W. Front 
Brickler Nicholas, finisher, 548 Race 
Brick) ey Christopher, baker, 707 Free- 
man 
Brickley G. W., (Gray & B.) bds. s.e.c 

Plum and 5th 
Brickley Hy., paper ruler, 158 W. 3d 
Brickley Margaret, b.h., 158 W. 3d 
Brickley R. H., bds. 158 W 3d 
Brickley Wm., teacher, 162 Livingston 
Brickmann John, lab., 19 M''oodward 
Briokmeier Fred., dray, 9 Franklin 
Brickmyer J. Geo., core mkr. wks.W. R. 

Dunlap & Go's 
Bricknut Caspar, dry goods, 1064 Cen- 
tral av 
Brickwede Henry, lab., 23 13th 
Bridegum Andrew, shoemkr., bds. 229 

W.6th 
Bridenbaugh John, fireman. No. 8 Steam 

Fire Engine, 116 Clinton 
Bridenboch Catharine, 475 W. 8th 
Bridenharn Anthony, elk. P. 0., h. 25 

Green 
Bridewell T. C, elk., bds. 177 Sycamore 
Bridfield Wm., bar k., s.e.c. Main and 

Court 
Bridge Geo. W., salesman, 171 Walnut, 

bds. cor. 6lh and Mound 
Bridge Harry, blk. smith, n.w.c. Court 

and Broadway 
Bridge James H., photographist, s.w.c. 

9th and Main 
Bridges Geo., lab., w.s. Central av. b.,2d 

and Pearl 
Bridges Geo., lab., 96 W. Front 
Bridges Geo., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Bridke Wm., porter, at 181 and 183 W. 

5th, h. 12 Madison 
Bridmell T. C, b.k., 22 Broadway 
Bridwell Martin, turner, wks. s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Briedemeyer Gottlieb, lab., 12 E. Liberty 
Brietenbach Conrad, striker, bds. c. 

Friendship al. and Pike 
Brieymann Gerard, varnisher, 75 Ab- 

Brien ' , bds. 271 W. 0th 

Brien Daniel, lab., bds. 496 W. Front 



Brien 4ames, porter, 62 Walnut, h. n.e. 

c. Lddge and Gano 
Brieu John, lab., 22 Abigail 
Brien M. D., salesman, at Winston & 

Johnston, h. Covington 
BriethoU Wm., carp., 163 Clay 
Brieuneg Jos., painter, 3liO Main 
Brigeraann Mathias, lab.,141 Abigail 
Brigenhan H., lab., c. 5lh and W. Front 
Briggle Adam. blk. smith, W. 6th b. 

Harriet and Home 
Briggmier Henry, lab., 66 Dudley 
Briggs Henry, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 

B BIGGS JOHN Y., 
Saloon and Cotfee House, 
2 Commercial Row, h. 209 Water 
Briggs Nelson, painter, s.s. 6th e. of 
Broadway 

BRIGHAM CHARLES F., 
Books, Stationary, &c., 
279^ Walnut 
Brigham J. C, conductor, Cincinnati 

St. R. R., h.291 Richmond 
Bright Charles, core mkr., 158 W. 3d 
Brishtenburg Henry, carp., 86 Betta 
Brightholte C, lab., 145 Linn 
Brightman H., 160 Everett 

BRIGHTON BREWERY, 
Louis Bruck, 
s w.c. Division and Harrison av 
BRIGHTON HOUSE, 
Antony Hummell, 
head of Centra! av 
Brill Andreas, 139 Bremen 
Brill Chas., painter, Bremen b. 15th and 

Liberty 
Brill Chas., porter, 238 Broadway 
Brill Geo., porter, at P. 0.,h. Ii9 Bre- 
men 
Brill John, lab., 137 Linn 
Brimmelhouse Henry, shoemkr., 478 

W. 5th 
Brin Patrick, lab , s.e.c. Vine and 2d 
Brinard Henry, porter, 48 W. Water 
Brinck Benedict, grocer, 97 Woodward 
Brinck Henry, lab., 107 Clay 
Brinck Herman, cooper, 370 Broadway 
Brinckelman Benjamin, carp., wks. Gas 

Works 
Brinckerman Benjamin, carp., 22 Dudley 
Brinckman Chris., porter, 9 Pub. Laud- 
ing, h. 20 Abigail 
Brinckman Clemens, chair mkr., 301 W. 
Front 

BRINCKMAN & CO., 
(Henry B. & Henry Tumler,) 
Buckeye Mills, 11 Hunt 
BRINCKMAN Henry, (B. & Co.) 63 

Bremen 
Brinckman Henry, porter, 32 W. Pearl, 

h. Newport 
Brinkmann John Henry, 3 Lootsey 
Brinckmann Wm. C, agt. for C. & H. 

Herckelrath, bds. Frey's Hotel 
Brinckmeier Bernard, dray., Iu2 Bremen 
Brinckmeyer Bernard, lab., 100 Clay 
Brinckmeyer Geo.,brk. layer, 100 Clay 
Brinckschnieder John, lab., n.s. Front b. 

Foster and Corporation Line 
Brinely Henry, miller, 319 Broadway 
Briner Mary, 32 George 
Bring Josephine, widow, 235 Betts 
Brininger Wm., copper smith, bds. 345 

and 347 Walnut 
Brink Chas., lab., wks. c. Hunt and 

Broadway 
Brink Edward, stone cutter, 30 Elm 
Brink Herman, cooper, 15 Park 
Brink Herman, millwright, 30 Elm 
Brink John, moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Brink .Jof., carp., 124 Clay 
Brink Wilber, 422 W. 7th 
Brink Wm., b. w.s. Race b. Liberty and 

Green 
BrinUels Henry, dray., s.w.c. Kim and 

Henry 
Brinker M'dlle, Recluse Convent of the 

Good Shepherd [Front 

Brinker Bernard, shoemkr., bds. 295 W. 
Brinker George, cigar mkr., wks. 222 

W. Front 
Brinker George, porter, 31 Madison 
Brinker George, shoe mkr., wks. 55 E. 

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LARD OIL. AND STILL AND SPARKLING CATAWBA WINE, 



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HAMILTON IICAD, NEAR BEIGHTOIT HOUSE. 
J. &, m. PFAU, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE STILL AND SPARKLING WINE. 

J\^o, 258 JfMfiin Street^ Cincinnati, 



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Brinker Ilenry, cisar mkr., 600 Race 
Brinker Heii.y, lab.,3«3 Plum 
Blinker Henry, t;iiloi'. Abigail b. Pendle- 
ton and Dayton Road 
Brinker J., cliair mkr., wks. s.s Melanc- 

thon nr. Jones 
Brinker Josepb, chair mkr., 102 Abigail 
Brinker Marg:iretta,213 Freeman 
Brinker I'lieodore, blk. smith, 102 Ab- 

igai > 
Brinker Theodore, blk. smith, 102 Hop- 
kins 
BrinUers Henry, chair mkr., 27 Cher- 
ry al 
Brinkers John B., porter, 14-1 Main, h. 82 

Abigail 
Brinkhaus Henry, chair mkr., rear of 29 

Brinkhoff Emilia, milliner and di-ess mkr. 

378 Broadway 
Briiikley John W., plasterer, 67 W. 

Court 
Brinkman Benjamin, cooper, 24.5 Clark 
Brinkman Edward.lab. , rear 466 E. Front 
Brinkman Frederick, carp., wks. 30 

Lodge 
Brinkman Frederick,lab..bds.677 W.6th 
Brinkman Fied., lab., 198 Clinton 
Brinkman George, porter. 492 W. 8th 
Brinkman Gerhard H., lab., 9.5 W. Canal 
Brinkman Henry, finisher, 95 W. Canal 
Brinkman Henry, finisher, 66 Dudley 
Brinkman Henry lab., bds. Union House 
Brinkman J. G., planer, wks. s.w.o. 2d 

and John 
Brinkman John H., dray., n.s. W. W. 

Canal 
Brinkman Jos., mach., wks. Header &. 

Co.'s 
Brinkman Martin, porter, 235 Main 

h. w.s. Spring b. Woodwai-d and 

Abieail 
Brinkman \Vm., cutter, 84 W. Pearl, h. 

3 Lootsey 
Brinkman Wm., dray., rear4G6 K. Front 
Brinkman Wm., wks. 69 E. Front 
Brinkman VVm., porter, 112 W. Court, 

bds. i:^0 W. Court 
Brinkman AVm , (Meyer & B.) 344 Main 
Brinkmann Beinard, lab., 370 Broadway 
Brinkmann Bernard, moulder, 104 Bre- 
men 
Brinkmann Bernard, teamster, Abigail 

b. Pendleton and Dayton 
Brinkmann C- F., 217 Barr 
Brinkmann C. Ilenry, b.k.,!! W. Canal 
Brinkmann Christian, tailor, bds. 3 

Lootsey 
Brinkmann Frank H., flnislier, 5S9Race 
Brinkman.i Frederick, tailor, bds. 3 

Lootsey 
Brinkmann Hy., elk.. 592 Main 
Brinkmann Ilenry, painter, wks. Green- 

wood."s Foundry 
Brinkmann Herman, 370 Broadway 
Brinkmann Heiman H., meat store, 90 

Woodward 
Brinkmann John 11., carp. ,84 Abigail 
Brinkmann Louis, blk. smith, wks. 702 

Vine 
Brinkmann Slartin, lab., 95 Woodward 
Brinknieier Frederick, tailor, 126 Vine, 

h. 60 14tli 
Brinkmeier Wm., brk. yard, b. Dayton 

and Bank and Freeman and Wes- 
tern av 

BRIXKMEYER FREDERICK W., 
Grocer, 
490 W. 3d 
Brinkmeyer II., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Brinkmeyer J., carp., wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Brinkmeyer Joseph, pattern mkr., 97 

Pendleton 
Brinkmeyer Mary, 130 Betts 
Brinkmeyer Wm., brk. mkr., 101 Elder 
Brinley John, moulder, wks. s.w.c. Jilm 

and Pearl 
Brinn Annie, servt., s.s. Forest av. 
Brinn L., driver, BaymiUer b. Clinton 

and Betts 
Brinn Mary, n.s. 6th b. Baum and Lock 
Brinnaugh Francis, tailor, bds. i:i6 Main 
Brinneu Cfirislopher, lab., 42 Pierson 
Brlon James, mach.. wks. 30 Butler 



Brior Fred., cooper, 145 B.iymiller 
BrisboFred., baker, 22 Findlay 
Brischo James, barber, 95 W. 5th 
Brisco Chas., b.iatman, bds. 57 Gano 
Briscus Garrett chair mkr., 124 Clark 
Brisselbach William, music teacher, 467 

Walnut 
Bristol Conrad. blksmith,68 Lock 
Bristol W. H., agt. omnibus line, s.s. 

Whitewater Canal, h. 404 W. 3d 
Bnstow Isaac, b.k., 94 Sycamore, h. 129 

Central av. 
Britt Chas.. elk., 107 Main, bds. 146 Linn 
Britt Elizabeth, 435 W. 3d 
Britt James, app., wks. W. H. Briokels' 
Britt Lawrence, currier, h. 209 Smith 
BRITT Nelson A., (Kelly & B.) 146 

Linn 
Britt Oliver, b.k., Lane & Bodley's, res. 

Covington 
Britt Peter, tin, copper and sheet iron 

manufac, 42 Public Landing, res. 

Newport 
Britt Thos..drav, 24 State 

B KITTING & BROTHER, (George 
M. B. & Julius B.) IMano Forte and 
Melodeon Manufdcturers and Deal- 
ers, 227 W. 5th 
BRITTING George M., (B. & Brother.) 

74 W. Canal 
Britting John, piano forte manufac, n.e. 

c. Vine and 6th 
BRITTING Julius, (B. &Brother,)74 

W. Canal 
BRITTING M., (M. &P.B.) 74 W. Ca 
nal 

BRITTING M. & P., 
Millinery Goods, 
227 W. 5t.h, 
BRITTING P., (M. & P. B.) 74 W. 
Canal 

BRITTINGHAM JOHN W.. 
Commercial Editor Enquirer, 
h. 296 W. 7th 

Brittmaii Joseph, cigar mkr., 27 Provi- 
dence 

Britton J., (J. & J. D. B ) 131 W. .5th 

Britton J. D , U- & J. D. B.) 131 W. 5th 

Britton J. & J. D., dining saloon 131 W. 
5th 

Britton John, Tarnisher. 113 W. 3d 

Britton Jos., diT.y. 1.50 Liberty 

Britton Mary, 3.55 Broadway 

Britzweip Albert, tailor, 596 Main 

Briyer Frank, cook, 30 K. 3d 

Brizell Martin, painter, n.s. Whitakerb. 
Front and 3d 

Brizzolara Chas., confec. n.e.c. Elm 
and Front 

Brizzolara John, confec, 28 E. 4th 

Broadbeck , instrument mkr., bds. 

:i46 Main 

BROADERS & CO., (E. R. B. &. H. 
Dayton.) Books and Jewelry, 
now. <lth 
BROADKRS E. R., (B. &, Co.) bds. n.e. 
c R.ice and 6th 

BROADWAY EXCHANGE, 
Frank Piepenbriug Proprietor, 
n.e.c. Broadway and 2d 
Broadway Hall, Richter Dietrich, 82 
Hunt 

BRO.iDWAY HOTEL, 
Joseph H. Cromwell Proprietor, 
s.e.c Broadway and 2d 
Broadwell Chas. G.. public weigher, 13 

Water, h. 440 Elm 
Broadwell & Edwards, (Mahlon L. B. & 

Joseph E.) grocers, 1454 K Front 
Broad <ve!l John L., tinner, 1364 E. Front, 

h. 1454 E. Front 
Broadwell Lewis, 340 W. 4th 
Broadwell Linnabus, house & sign paint- 
er, 331 George 
Broadwell Mahlon L., (B. & Edwards.) 

1454 E. Front [Race 

Broadwell Samuel, tin smith, bds. 15 
BROADWELL S.amuel J., (Hagans «t 

B.) 99 Broadway c. 3d 
Broadwell Wm. H., elk., 446 Elm 
Broadwolf John cab. mkr., l(.7Ciirr 
Broady James, lab., e.s. 6th n. of Baum 
Broahl B., b.k., 199 Wade 
Brocher Augustus, lab. J93 Baymiller 
Brock Jacob, bakery, 149 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 



Brock John, carp., 8th b. Sycamore and 

Broadway 
Brock Joseph, cooper, Abigail b. Spring 

and Sycamore 
Brock W. W., conductor, M. & C. R.R., 

bds. Burnet House 
Brockamp Bernard, printer, 160 Spring 
Brockenloch Chris., second cook, Spen° 

cer House 
Brocker George, shoemkr., s.w.c. Race 

and Green 
Brockhaus Ben. W., grocer, 270 Long- 
worth, h. 26 Mound 
Brockhaus George, shoemkr., 580 Main 
Brockhause Ben. W., grower, 26 Mound 
Brockhoir G., varnisher and polisher, 

193 Baymiller 
BrockhoU John A., dry goods, 121 Hop- 
kins 
Brockington John C, elk., bds. N. C. 

Brockington's 
Brockington N. C, at Hammond Street 

Station House, li. 22 E. 8th 
BrocKman B., salesman. 145 Main 
Brockman Bernard, saddler, 1 12 Peaii e. 

of Broadway, bds. 41 E. 7th 
Brockman Eliza, laundress, 151 Clark 
Brockm.in Hy., currier, 349 Main 
Brockman Henry, currier, bds. 130 W, 

Court 
Brockman Hy., grocer, 161 Water 
Brockman Hermann, dray., 319 Findlay 
Brockman John, cooper, wiis. 49 Syc- 
amore 
Brockman John B., lab., I'JO Abigail 
Brockman Jos., moulder, 460 W. 8th 
Brockman Jos., jr., harness mkr., 41 E. 

7th 
Brockman T.,73 W. 6th 
Brockman Wm., moulder, 84 Pendleton 
Brockmann Bernard, elk., 55 Pendleton 
Brockmann Bernard, lab., 410 Broadway 
Brockmann Bernard, lab., 120 Abigail 
Brockmann Bernard, moulder, wks. at 

Greenwood's foundry 
Brockmann Catharine, 293 Water 
Brockmann Catharine, 55 Pendleton 
Brockmann Christ. E., dealer in china, 

glass and queensware, 234 Main 
Brockmann Eliz., seamstress, 434 Main 
Brockmann G., lab., wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Brockmann Gertrude, seamstress, 59 E. 

8th, e. of Lock 
Brockmann Hy., car. pair.ter, 25 Moore 
Brockmann Hy., cooper, 151 Pleasant 
Bruckmann Hy., cooper, 36 Logan 
Brockmann Hy.,lab.,55 Pendleton 
Brockmann Hy., shoemkr., 4X4 Main 
Brockmann Hy., tailor, 106 Abigail 
Brockmann Herman, cooper, 25 Moore 
Brockmann Herman H., grower, 3i5 

Broadway 
Brockmann Jos., cartman, 123 Clay 
Brockmann Jos., safe mkr., 360 W. 8th 
Brockmann Rudolph, jeweller, 369 Main 
Brockmann W., shoemkr., 166 Everett 
Brockmeier Fred., shoemkr., 459 Race 
Brockmeier Hy., porter, 83 Walnut, h. 

99 W. Front 
Brockmeyer Rud., tailor, 138 Pleasant 
Brockney John, finisher, n.e.c. Freeman 

and Clinton 
Brockschmiat Clemens, lab., Ill Wood- 

waid 
Brockschmidt H. F., lab., Meth. Book 

Concern, h. n.e.c. 15th and Knee 
Brockschmidt H.. moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 
Brockschmidt Hy., blksmith, 21 Gano 
Brockschmidt Hy., blksmith, Gano b. 

Main and Walnut 
Brockschmidt Hermann, lab., 101 fork 
Brockschmidt W., moulder, 490 Walnut 
Brocktell Edward, plow mkr., wks. Gar- 
rett &. Cottman's 
Brodbeck John, tailor, 467 Walnus 
Brode-k Davis, tailor, 161 Cutter 
Broderick Dennis, turner, n.e.c. Laurel 

and John 
Broderick Michael, lab., 445 W. 9d 
Broderick Pat., mach., wks. Gas Works 
Brodersen Aug., carp., s.e.c. Court and 

Vine 
Brodersen Emil, watchmkr., s.e.c. Court 
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E. MENDENHALL, 
MAP AND BOOK PUBLISHER, 

PRINTSELLER AND STATIONER, 
•/Vo. 157 mllain St,^ adjoiniitg- n.iv,c, ^ih and •Jflain Sts., 

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ID=M APS OF ALL OTHEB PUBLISHERS ON SALE, 



JOHN HARMEIER, 

wmm mm mM si§iii% 

OMcCf 918 Walnut Street, hetiveen Fifth and Sixth, 

EAST SIDE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Tf^P Dyes and Prints all kinds of Silk and Woolen Goods to any Color. Also, cleans Ladies and Gentlemen's YTearing 
Apparel, Shawls of every description, Curtains, Carpets, etc., at the shortest notice. 

J. J. BUTLER'S 
EXCELSIOR FLUID INKS, 

3^S!OIE*OSl!irX"til^ for general purposes, 

IE1L0002;*C3L for Ledgers and Records. 

CJOX^yS-ing; for Letter Press. 

C/^.X*233.i23.0 of brilliant hue. 

Celebrated for 1st. Intense Black Color, (at first of a greenish blue.) 2d. Easy flow from 

the pen. 3d. Permanency, (will never fade by exposure.) 4th. Economy. (Explanation: — These 
Inks can be satisfactorily used to the last drop, other domestic Inks in a brief time grow too thick 
for use, and are only fit to be thrown away before half consumed.) The Carmine may be exposed 
to the action of the air without injury. 

FACTS CONFIRMING THE ABOVE QUALITIES. 

1st. These Writing Fluids are now in general use throughout the United States with an in- 
creased demand. 2d. They have been analysed by Dr. Chilton, the celebrated Chemist of New York 
City, and pronounced "equal in quality and durability to the best imported English Fluids." 

Manufactured by J. J. BUTLER, Agent, 

J\\f. 39 T*in€ Street, Cincinnati^ Ohio. 



ERODFUEHRER & BROTHER, 

FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS, 

No. 52 WEST SIXTH STREET, 
North Side, bet. Walnut and Vine, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Constantly on hand, a large assortment of French Calf Skin Boots and Shoes, also Patent 
Leather Congress Boots and Oxford Ties, and will make the same to order at the shortest notice. 



STETTEE & MANGOLD; 

IMPOKTEUS AN1> l>EAt>ERS IIV AtL KINDS OF 

WINES AND BRANDIES, 

ALSO, DEALERS IN CATAWBA WINE, OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY, 

No. 233 Sixth St., bet. Plum and Central Avenue, 

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BRODERSEN G. A., 
Dry Goods Retail, s.e.c. Court and 
Vine 
Brodersea Henry, salesman. Young &. 
Chtmnini; 

BRODFUEHBKR & BRO., 
(OhasH. &Q.M.B.) Boot Makers, 
52 W.Gth 
BRODFUIcniUiRClias. H., (B. &Bro.) 

'J31 Richmond 
BRODFLTEIIRER G. M., (B. & Bro ,) 

231 Richmond 
Broadliay Wm.. meat store, 50 Lock 
Brodhasen J. E., elk., 70 Main, h. 77 

SprinR 
Brodliak Wm., gilt moulding mkr., 400 

Vine 
Brodwolf John, cab. mkr., 107 Carr 
Brody George, clergyman, bds. 52 E. 8th 

e. of Lock 
Brody Rufus, barber, 14 Pancoast al. 
Broeker Frank, carp. ,45 Wade 
Broeckerhoflf Anthony, cof. and b. h., 

519 Main 
Broeckerhoff Bernard, carriage maker, 

bds. 519 Main 
Broeckerhoff Hy., stone cutter, bds. 519 

Main 
Broeckmann Jos., tailor, lOG Abigail 
Brohring Dominicus, lab., 105 Clay 
Broener Martin, lab., Phosbe, b. Plum 

and Central ar. 
Broerman Adara, cooper, 54G Walnut 
Broermann Adolph, dray., 48(5 Walnut 
Broermann August, cig. mkr., wks. 51 

Martin 
Broff Wm., surveyor, bds. 65 W. 5th 
Broffiu Thos , dray., 66 Avery e. of Park 
Brogan John, mach., bds. li>2 W. 5th 
Brogan Michael, grocer, W. 6th b. Har- 
riet and Ilorne 
Brogan Sarah, laundress, W.6th b. Har- 
riet and Home 
Brogeman Martin, lab. wks. 20 Spring 
Broger Geo., l.ab., bds. 85 Central av 
Broiler Jno., cutter, 10 E. Pearl, h. New- 
port 
BROKAMP Bernard, (B. & Lake,) 62 

Abigail 
Brokamp Francis, lab., 107 Baura 
Brokamp Hy., lab., 34 Abigail 
Brokamp Hy., bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Brokamp Hy., clothing, 62 Abigail 
Brokamp Hy., cof. h., 114 Hunt 
Brokamp Hy., porter. 195 Laurel 
Brokamp Hy-, tailor, s.s. W. W. Canal 

b. Harriet and Home 
Brokamp J. H., cutter, 21 Broadway, h. 
Kilsour e. of 3d 

BROK.AMP &. LAKE, (Bernard B. & 
Bernard L.) Clothing Store 
401 Sycamore 

Brokamp Peter, lab., wks. 6 
foundry 

BrokenshireBenj.,(B. & Co.) Walnut 
Hills 

Brokenshire & Co., (Benj. B. & Richard 
George,) boots and shoes, c. Madison 
and Montgomery Road 

Brokenshire Diegrure, shoemkr.. Wal- 
nut Hills 

Broker G., shoemkr., 3tt0W. Liberty 

Broker John, police, 9th St. Station 

Brokering Wm , cab. mkr , 176 W. Lib- 
erty 

Brokesman John, lab., 211 Hopkins 

Brokhaus Hy., carp., Main b. Liberty 
and Schiller 

Brokoff Joseph, tailor, 31 Observatory 
Road 

Brokus Hy., teamster, 6th below Free- 
man 

Bromann Fred., lab., 372 Broadway 

Brombush Hy., cooper, wks. s.s. Poplar 
b. Freeman and Western av 

Bromer Caroline, tailoress, Abigail b. 
Sycamore and Broad 

Bromlev Thos., potter, bds. 1030 Central 

BROMLEY WILLIAM, 
Brighton Pottery, 
s.w.e. Freeman and Central Av. 
Bromshot Hy., box mkr., bds. Union 

House 
Bromstnig Hy., carp., 16 Hughes 
Bromwell E., 272 Longworth 7 



Bromwell Hv., hose mkr.. 410 W. 8th 

BROMWELL &MELISH,(Wm. B.& 
Thom:is J. M.) Manufacturers of 
Wire Cloth, Sieves, Riddles, &c. iHl 
Walnut, Factory cor. 8th and Cul- 
vert 
Bromwell RoM. B., capt Eagle Fire Co., 

h. 451 W. 9th w. of Central av 
BROMWELL Wm., (B. & Melish.) 359 

W. 7th 
Brongy Josephine, 94 E. 4th * 
Bronklous Albert, tailor, bds. 191 W. 

6th 
Bronner H., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Bronner Theo., teacher, 472 Sycamore 
Brons John H. lab., 91 Woodward 
Brons Joseph, cab. mkr., 188 Barr 
Bronson Emma R., 1 19 W. 8th 
Bronson Hy., shoemkr., 27 Pub. Land- 
ing 
Bronstof Rudolph, dray, 2 Miami 
Bronston Thos. J., printer, bds. 110 W. 

6th 
Bront John, bds. Farmers' Rest 
Bronter John S., lab., 29 Commerce 
Brontz Geo., moulder, 389 Vine 
Brontz Louis, moulder, 386 A'ine 
Brookbank Anderson K., sawyer, 1228 

B. Front 
Brookhank J. B., sawyer, wks. s.s. Front 

b. Butler and Canal 
Brookbank Jas., sawyer, n.s. Nassau b 

Reed and Broad 

BROOKE CHAS. P., 
Agent for J. M. Bradstreet & Sons, 
27 W.3d, h. 44 Clinton 
Brooke H.. mer., 160 Everett 

BROOKE J. H., 
Boys" Clothing, 66 W. .5th, 
h. Newport 
Brooke Leighton. tel. op., C., H. & 1) 

R.R.,h.269 W. 7th 
Brooke Valentine, lab., 492 E. Front 
Brookfield Wm., marble works, s.e.c 

Plum and 8th, h. 208 Richmond 
Brookman Bernard, chair mkr., n.e.c. 

Baymiller and Clark 
Brookman R. W., watch mkr., bds. 345 

Walnut 
Brookman T., silver plater, 73 W. 6th 
Brooks Benj. ,375 W. 7th 
Brooks Caroline. 27 Webb 
Brooks Chas., moulder, wks. s.w.e. Elm 

and Pearl 
Brooks Elien S., teacher. 434 W. 4th 
Brooks Edward S., elk. Queen City Var- 
nish Co.. h. Covington 
Brooks Elizabeth P., b.h., 120 W.9th w. 

of Central av 
Brooks F. F., Queen City Varnish Co., 

43 Vine, h. 149 John 
Brooks Hannah, bds. 242 Plum 
Brooks Jesse H.. cnnfec , 290 W. 5th 
Brooks Laura. 149 Longworth 

BROOKS MOSES, 
Wholesale Shoe House, 105 W. 
Pearl, h. Mt. Auburn 
Brooks N. S., elk. Queen City Varnish 

Co., h. Covington 
Brooks Nathaniel, barber, w.s. Plum b. 

Water and River 
BROOKS O. A., )Huntington & B.) res. 

Cleveland, 0. 
Brooks R., carp., wks. 487 Freeman 
Brooks Reuben B., elk., 51 W. Front, h. 

Ill Clinton 
Brooks S. A., elk., bds. Walnut Street 

House 
Brooks Saml. H., bacrcrage master, 0. & 

M. R.R., bds. .502 W. Front 
Brooks Sarah H., Ill Clinton 
Brooks Sidney, plasterer, 14 New 
Brooks T. J., carp., 30 Hammond, h. 

194 Barr 
BROOKS Thos. B., (J. B. Ramsay & 

Co.) Storrs tp. 
Brooks Wm., porter, 12 E. 7th 
Brooks Wm., saloon kpr.. 52 Barr 
Brooks Wm. A., (W. A. B & Co.) 194 

B.arr 
Brooks W. A. & Co., fW. A. B. & S. B. 

Neill,^ carps., 30 Hammond 
Broome Geo., carp., 328 Linn 
Bromne Geo., plasterer, bds. 355 Central 

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Brooraer John B., tailor, 130 E. 4th 
Broomsmith Ily., dray. 399 Elm 
BronreMichael, lab., 59 Pendleton 
Brophy J., bk. layer, 359 Cutter 
Brophy Jas., blksmith, wks. 179 Race, h. 
Newport 

BROPUV JOHN L., Tin and Sheet 
Iron Worker, 208 Vine, 
h. h7 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Brophy Mary, .57 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Brophy Philip, bk. layer, bds. 158 Cut- 
ter 
Broring Hv., porter, 25i Broadjray, bds. 

103 C lav 
Bros John M., baker, 67 Abigail 
Brosene Ernst, shoemkr., 173 Clay 
Brosev Fred., porter, 37 E. Front, bds. 

106 K. Pearl 
Broshen Joseph, lab. 137 Spring 
Brosman Patrick, shoemkr., 211 Broad- 
way 
Brosnahan Patrick, shoemkr., 308 Main, 

h. Whetstone al. 
Brossart Chas., bill poster, bds. s.e.c. 5th 

and Vine 
Bros.=imer Frank, cof. h., c. Observatory 

Road and Hill 
Brosz Paul, cof. h., 463 Sycamore 
Brotagen John, salesman, 77 Spring 
Brothers Hv.. bark., 106 Walnut 

BROTHERTON & CO., (James H. 
Brotherton,) Bankers, 
23 W. 3d 
BROTHERTON James n..(B. & Co.) 

ne.c. Plum and McFarland 
Brotherton John, elk., 59 Milton 
Brough Chas. M., salesman, 160 Vine 

BKOWEK ABRAM. Jr., Attorney at 
Law, 4 Masonic Temple, 
h. Delhi Tp. 
Brower Edmund, salesman, 65 E. Pearl, 

bds. 127 W. 5th 
Brower John, porter, n.e.c. Linn and 

Bank 
Brower Philip, car driver, cor. Price and 

Channing 
Brower Wm., gilder, 67 Barr 
Brown Alex., dray 204 Hopkins 
Brown Alfred, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 
Brown Alonzo C, carp., 571 W. 9th 
Brown Amos, teamster, 16 New 
Brown Ann E., cloak mkr., 138 W. 

Front 
Brown Anton, cab. mkr., 26 Mohawk 
Brown August, biker, wks. 228 W. 6th 
Brown Augustus, com. mer.. Ill E. 

Pearl, e. of Broadway, bds. 127 W. 

5th 
Brown B. F., salesman, 49 W. 2d, bds. 

181 W. 4th 
Brown Bernard, lab.. 309 Liberty 
Brown Benj., blksmith, s.e.c. John and 

Front 
Brown Brant, carpet weaver, 363 W. 

8th 

BROWN & BRO., (Richard & Geo. B.) 
Livery and Sale Stable, 
s.s. 6th b. Main and Sycamore 
Brown Calvin, elk., bds. 118 Mound 
Brown Calvin W., elk., "Times," bds. 37 

Walnut 
Brown Catharine, 427 Broadway 
Brown Chas., 4(12 Sycamore 
Brown Chas., meat store, 153 W. Court, 

h. lOOi; Central av 
BROWN Chas., (Spining & B.) c. 8th 
Walnut 

BROWN CHARLES BRADY, 
Attorney at Law, 17 W. 3d,h. four 
miles on Lower River Road 
Brown Chas. D., bell hanger, 2 Mulberry 
Brown Chas. E., b.k., 62 Walnut, h. Mt. 

Auburn 
Brown Christina. 76 W. 8th 
Brown Conrad, cooper, 94 Betts 
Brown Danl., belt mkr., 97 E. 3d 
Brown David M., salesman, 103 W. 

Pearl, h. Lockland 
Brown Dennis, blksmith, n.w.c. Ellen 

and 3d 
Brown Dennis, jr., blksmith, n.w.c. Ellen 

and 3d 
Brown Dennis, lab., wks. 79 E. Front 
Brown K. P., b.k., 15 W.W. Canal basin, 

h 148 Linn 



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CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN G. DOUGLASS, 

ATI ©aS'lY Af t.AW, 

North-East Corner Fourth and Walnut Sts., 

CIINCIIVIVATI, 'OHIO. 



NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER FOR 

KentucTxii Illinois, Micliigan, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Virginia, Wisconsin, Indiana, Tenn- 
essee, Kansas, Mississippi, Neio Jersey, Arkansas, Iowa, Alabama, and Neio York. 



MAM'FACTIREK OF 

SOFAS, SOCIABIES,^ PARLOR CHAIRS, 

GEJSTERAL UPHOLSTEPiY, 

J%^o, \5& Eighth Street, near Elm, Cincinnati, Ohio, 



E. K. BROVTN. 



H. W. BROWN & CO., 

FREIGHT mm% PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, 

STEAMBOAT AGENTS, 
No. 25 East Front St., bet. Broadway and Ludlow, Cincinnati, 0. 



JULIUS J. EANTLIN. 



V,'. A. COIIPTON. 



BANTLIN 4 OGMFTON, 



— DEALERS If 



SIDDLERY K&RDYiTlRS, 

LEATHER AM) FINDINGS, 

S. E. Cor. Main and Court House Building, t'in'ti. 

WM. C KELLAR, Salesman, late with Wilson & Ilayden. 



LANC & WANNER, 

Nos. 39, 41 and 43 DUNLAP STREET, 

Between Henry Street and Hamilton Road, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



DR. J. H. PULTE, 

HOMCSOPATEIG PHYSICIAN, 

OFFICE, 293 WALNUT ST., bet. 7th and 8th. 

Officb Hours. — Seven to eight in the morning, two to 
three in the afternoon, and six to seven in the evening. 



HUNTER, KOLKER & McCAMiVION, 

Stair Builders, 

Sash, Blind & Door Manufacturers, 

Corner of John and Laurel Streets, 

CINCINNATI, O. 

Large assortment of XewelTs and Bannisters constantly 
on hand. Window Frames, Mantles, Mouldings, and every 
thing pertaining to BUILDING furnished at the shortest 
notice. 



JOSEPH BUSSE, 

Stoves and Tin Ware Manufacturer, 

Wo. 495 MAIN STREET, 

West side, between Twelfth and Thirteenth Sts., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

STEARNS & FOSTER, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WADDING AND BATTING, 

Corner of Clay and Liberty Streets, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



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Brown E. S., salesman, ii.e.c. 5th and 

AMne 
Bi-own Edward, 22 Betts 
Brown Eliza, seamstress, 58 Elm 
Brown Eliza, 88 E. 5th 
Brown Elizabeth, 135 Lonsworth 
Brown Elizabeth, servt.,95>2 Barr 
Brown Eleven, coachman, 202 Webb al 
Brown Emery, mer., res. Mt. Auburn 
Brown Ephraim T. (B. & Snyder), Mt. 

Airy 
Brown Ethan A., law student & notary, 

17 W. 3d 
Brown Eveline, 61 Milton 
Brown Ferdinand, cattle dealer, 183 Bre- 
men 
Brown Francis, carp., 192 Betts 
Brown Fi'ank. salesman, bds. 181 W. 4th 

BROAVN FREDSRICK, Stoves and 
Tin-.vare, 
552 Elm 
Brown Fred., stove polisher, 202 W. 
Front 

BROWN G. B., Freight Agt., Marietta 
and Cincinnati R. R., office. No. 3 
Burnet House, h. Poplar nr. Free- 
man 
BROWN Geo. (B. & Bro ) 22S Sycamore 
Brown Geo., wks. n.w.c. Pearl and M. 

Canal 
Brown Geo., baker, 85 Wade 
Brown Geo., barber, 27 G.ino 
Brown Geo., eating house, 213 Elm 
Brown Geo., fireman, wks. Meader & 

Go's 
Brown Geo., lab., 766 Central av 
Brown Geo-, shoemkr., George b. Race 

and Elm 
Brown Geo. H,. eng ,138 W. Front 
Brown Geo. 0., b.k., 52 Walnut, h. Mt. 

Auburn 
Brown Geo. M., salesman, 74 W. 4th, h. 

4224 George 
Brown Geo,|,S., b.k.,McKeehan& Evans, 

398 W. 9th w. of Central av 
Brown Gettlieb, grocer. 454 Walnut 
BROWN H. W. (H. W. B. & Co.), 356 

W. 7th 

BROWN H. W. & CO., Freight 
Agents, Pennsylvania Railroad, 
25 E. Front 
Brown Hannah, rear of 320 Main 
Brown Hy., 176 Webb 
Brown Hy., foreman, 516 E. Front 
Brown Hy., stove polisher, c. Young and 

Front 
Brown Hy., lab., s.e.e. John and Front 
Brown Hv. A., moulder, 46 Race 
Brown Hy. L., b.k., 67 Vine 
Brown Hy. L., elk. at 69 W. Front, h. 

Carthage 
Brown Hy.S.,me8. Adams Express Co" 
Brown Hiram D., mail agt., 532 W. 9th 
Brown I J., atty., 303 Main 
Brown Ignatz., bds. n.s. Court b. Race 

and Vine 
Brown Ira, salesman, 264 Elm 
Brown Ira, gun and pistol factory, 238 

Main, h. 264 Elm 
Brown Isaac, plasterer, bds. Indiana 

House, 159 W. 5th 
Brown Isaic C, harness mkr., wks. 103 

W. 3d [3d 

Brown Isham, whitewasher, bds. 138 W. 
Brown J. A., book and job printer, s.e.c. 

5th and Walnut, bds. n.w.c. 8th and 

Sycamore 
BROWN J. M. (Adams, Peckoverfe Co.) 

s.w.c. 4th and Smith 
Brown Jacob, wks 830 Central av 
Brown Jacob, blksmith, 480 Vine 
Brown Jacob, finisher, 114 Betts 
Brown Jacob M., phys., 162 Plum 
Brown James, wks. 69 E. Front 
Brown James, blksmith, 46 Barr 
Brown James, carter, wks. s.e.c. Central 

av. and Water 
Brown James, cook, Spencer House 
Brown James, driver, s.s. 6th b. Broad- 
way and Culvert 
Brown James, paper carrier, 49 Chesnut 
Brown James, stone cutter, wks. s.e.e. 

3d and Lock 
Brown James, tailor, n.w.c. Vine and 5th 
Brown James A., salesman, bds. 73 £. 

5th 



Brown James D.. printer, bds. 107 W. 5th 
Brown Jane, 180 Central av 
Brown Jeremiah, Vieltmkr., 97 E.3d 
Brown Jeremiah, bds. 97 E.3d e. of Lock 
llrnwn Jeremiah, mach.,68 Pike 
Brown John, bds. 443 Main 
Brown John, awning mkr., bds. c. Lud- 
low and 2d 
Brown John, carp., 180 W. Liberty 
Brown John, druggist, s.w.c. 4th and 

Smith 
Brown John, gas fitter, s.s. Wade nr. 

Cutter 
Brown John, huckster, Harriet nr. Cth 
Brown John, wks. 269 Vine 
Brown John, tailor, bds. 240 W. 4th 
Brown John, teamster, 429 W :8th 
BROWN John D. (B. & Vailette) h. 

Covington 
Brown John H., blksmith, bds. 104 

George 
Brown John H., carp , 15( W. 3d 
Brown John H., caip., 217 Richmond 
Brown John J., tinner, 669 Sycamore 
Brown John L.. salesman, 44 Walnut, 

h. Covington 
Brown John M., dental depot, n.w.c. 4th 

and Walnut, res. s.w.c. 4th and 

Smith 
Brown John R.,al.b. Court and Canal 

and Elm and Plum 
Brown Joseph S.,b.k., 235 Main, h. 130 

W. 7th 
Brown Joseph, wks. w.s. of Lawrence b. 

Pearl and Front 
Brown Joseph, bds. 40 Pike 
Brown Joseph, b.k., bds. 110 Water 
Brown Joseph, dray., 49 W. Water 
Brown Joseph, lab., wks. Wood b. 3d & 

5th 
Brown Joseph K., b.k., 21 Walnut, h. c. 

Richmond and Harriet 
Brown Julia, bds. 80 Sycamore 
Brown Julia, seivt., Henrie House 
Brown Julia Ann, seamstress, 138 W. 

Front 
Brown Lawrence, baker, wks. 172 Syca- 

BROWN LEONARD W., Coal Dealer, 
s.w.c. Plum and Court, and n.w.c. 
Vine and 7th, h. C80 W. Front 

Brown Louis, clothier, 2 Harrison 

Brown Louis T., Mt. Auburn 

Brown M.. mer. tailor, 139 Main, h. 214 
Sycamore 

Brown M., clothing, 98 Main, h. 214 Sy- 
camore 

Brown MarcellusL., elk., 116 Main, bds. 
398 W. 9th 

Brown Maria, bds. 99 E. 3d e. of Lock 

Brown Maria, tailoress, n.w.c. Ellen and 
3d 

Brown Margaret, 90 Central av 

Brown Margaret P., widow, 259 W. 6th, 
w. of Central av 

Brown Blartha, n.s. 3db. Lawrence and 
Pike 

Brown Mary, cnf. h., s.s. 6th b. Broad- 
way and Culvert 

Brown Mary, grocer, s.w.c. 4th and 
Stone 

Brown Mary, nurse. Gin. Orphan Asy- 
lum, Elm b. 12th and 14th 

Brown Max, clothing, 21 4 Sycamore 

Brown Michael, lab., at C, H. & D. de- 
pot 

Brown Michael, slipper mkr., n.s. 7th b. 
Broadway and Culvert 

Brown Michael, stone mason, 212 W. 6th 

Brown Michael, tailor, bds. 199 W. 6th 

Brown Morton, whitewasher, 310 Long- 
worth 

Brown Nicholas, wks. 41 Park 

Brown Noah, boatman, Sullivan al. b. 
Broadway and Culvert 

Brown Oliver, atty., s.w.c. Court and 
Main, h. 41 Freeman 

Brown P., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 
Foundry 

Brown P. H., cof. h.. Landing b. Broad- 
way and Ludlow 

Brown Patrick, bds. 97 E. 3d e. of Lock 

Brown Patrick, belt mkr., 97 E. 3d 

Brown Patrick, mach., n.w.c. Ellen and 
3d 

Brown Paul, finisher, 21 Bank 



Brown Peter, lab., River b. Vine and 

Water 
Brown Peter, mate, bds. 1234 E. Front 
Brown Peter, wks. 830 Central av 
BROWN Peter L. IB., Stout & Butler) 

Clifton 
Brown Phillip Y.,clk., 572 W. 9th 
Brown R., finisher, wks. 118 E. 2d 
BROWN R. K. (H. W. Brown & Co.,) 
bds.Spencer House and s.e.c. Poplar 
and Dudley 
Brown K. & Co., CRob. B., Wm. White 
& Wm. B. Craig,) fancy goods, s,e. 
c. Pearl and Walnut 
BROWN Richard, (B. &. Bro.) 37 E. 6th 
Brown Robert, pork packer and com. 
mer., s.e.c. Sycamore and Court, h. 
360W.6tii [way 

Brown Robert, cook, s.w.c. 3d and Broad- 
Brown Robt., dray, 55 Commerce 
Brown Robert, file ml(r.,185 Central av, 

h. n.e.c. 3d and Ellen 
Brown Robert, finisher, 72 W. Conrt w. 

of Central av 
Brown Robert (R. B. & Co.,) 315 Free- 
man 
Brown Robert, shoemkr., s.w.c. Rich- 
mond and Central av 
Brown Robert, jr., :160 W. 6th 
Brown Robert H., b.k., s.w.c. 2d and 

Main, h. SS.'i George 
Brown Robert W.. ship'g. elk., 44 Wal- 
nut, h. Clifton 
Brown Robinson, laundress, 73 George 
Brown Rose, seamstress, rear of 52 Elm 
Brown S.E., gilder, bds. 65 W. 5th 
Brown Sallie, 276 Central av 
Brown Samuel, candy mkr., 8 E. 2d, bds. 

Madison House 
Brown Samuel C, 44 E. 4th 
Brown Sarah, 57 Pendleton 
Brown Sarah, teacher, bds. 49 Pleasant 
Brown Sarah C, al. b. Court and Canal 

and Elm and Plum 
Brown & Snyder (Ephraim T. B. & 
Morrell S.j attys., s.w.c. Court and 
Main 
Brown Sophia, millinery, 40 Elder 

BROWN, STOUT & BUTLER, (Peter 
L. B.. Henry H. S. & Richard A. 
B.) Wholesale Grocers. 44 Walnut 
Brown Susan M.,65 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Brown T. J., writer, w.s. Kilgour b. 3d 
I and Pearl 

1 Brown T. J., pipeman. n.e.c. Lawrence 

and 3d, h. 41 Kilgour 
! BROWN T. S., (Pullan, Hatfield &B.) 
I 233 W. 3d, res. Clifton 

Brown Thos., wks. Cincinnati Type 

Foundry 
Brown Thomas, blksmith, wks. Niles 

Works 
Brown Thomas, blksmith, n.w.c. Ellen 

and 3d 
Brown Thomas, b.k., bds, 398 W. 9th w. 

of Central av. 
Brown Thomas, moulder, 669 Sycamore 
Brown Thomas, elk., n.w.c. 7th and Vine 

h. 70 Richmond 
Brown Thomas, cooper, n.s 6th b. Baum 

and Lock 
Brown Thomas, foreman at R. Brown's, 

395 George 
Brown Thomas, eng., wks. Culvert b. 6th 
and 7th, h.6thb. Broadway and Cul- 
vert 
Brown Thomas, finisher, 77 Commerce 
I Brown Thomas, lab., 35 E. 3d e. of Lock 
j Brown Thomas, lab., 654 Sycamore 
Brown Thomas, mach., Commerce b. 

Race and Vine 
Brown Thomas L., mach., 654 Sycamore 
Brown Thomas T., 166 Main, h. 398 W. 

9th 
Brown Thomson L., 136 W. 7th 

1) ROWN & VALETTE, (John D. B. 
\ & William C V ) Coal Oil and 
Lamps, 4 E. 4th 
Brown W. C, phvs., 46 E. 4th res. 44 

E,4th 
Brown W. H., builder, 398 W.Othw.of 
Central av. 

BROWN W. T., 
Physician, 
174 Freeman 



CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



South East Corner ll'altiut find Fifth Streets, 

ENTRANCE 190 ON WALNUT STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

E. L. MINTZER, Assistant Manufacturer. 

Has on hand an assortment, of ready made Brushes of variovis kinds. Also manufactures to order 
all kinds of Brushes, viz : Taint, Sash. Tools, Patent Wire-Bound Varnish, Wall and Artists' 
Brushes, including those used for machine and factory purposes. All goods warranted equal to any 
other make, East or West. Also French, German, Russian and Cincinnati Bristles and Brush 
Makers' materials for sale. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE. 

Medal and Diploma awarded by the Ohio State Fair. 




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S, B. AVERY, 



L. M. RINGWALT. 



RINCWALT & AVERY, 

Ifflporters of and Dealers m Carpeting, 

PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, No. 69 WEST FOURTH ST., 



ARCHITECT & SUPERINTENDENT, 

Office, J\*os. 3 and 4 J\^eave''s ISuilding^ 

N. W. COR. RACE & 4th STS., (opp. commercial-office,) CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Plans prepared and sent to any part of the Country, together with Specifications, Details, Bills of Quantities, etc. All 
orders addressed to Post Office Box No. 1998 will be promptly attended to by 

W. ANGELO POWELL, Architect, 



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Brown Wm.,371 Central av. 

Brown Wm., cof. h. vm Central av. 

BROWN WILLIAM, 
Furniture Blanufacturer, 67 Vino 
res. Lawrenceburgh 

Brown Wm., printer, 103 W, 5th 

Brown Wm., salesman, la3 W. 5th, bds. 
Indiana House 

Brown Wm., upholsterer, s.s. 6th b. Cul- 
vert and Broadway 

Brown Wm. D., teacher, 6th b. Broadway 
and Culvert 

Brown Wm. II., elk., C. H. & D. E.R., 
532 W. 9th 

Brown Wm. T., b.k., 110 W. 3d, res. 
Glenn Grove 

Brown Xavier, cig. mkr., bds. 412 Vine 

Brownbeck ITred., wood sawyer, 110 Clin- 
ton 

Browne Alfred J. M., steamboat agt., bds 
427 W. 7th 

Browne John D., pattern mkr., n.w.c. 
Spring and Liberty 

BROWNE JUNIUS H., 
Editor Daily Press, 
hds Spencer House 
BROWNE FlERSON C, Book and 
Job Printer, s e.c.Sd and Sycamore 
h Browne's av.nr. Brighton House 
Browne Samuel, jr., head of Browne 
Brownell Edwin W., with ^tua Insu- 
rance Company, 171 Vine 
Browulow Augustus, chau- mkr., 153 

Carr 
Brownwood Sarah. McAllister b. 4th and 

5th 
Broxtermann Wm., varnisher, 265 Carr 
Brozenna Ernest, shoemkr., h. Clay nr. 

Liberty 
Brubacher Jacob, cooper, n.w.c. Cutter 

and Melanethon 
Bruce Alexander, bakery, s.s. 6th nr. 

Culvert 
Bruce B F., 66 Laurel 
Bruce Benj., blind mkr., wks. 236 Vine 
BRUCE Benjamin. (1. & B.B.) 2(j7 Race 
Bruce Benj aminF.jLongworthnr. Hoad- 

ly 

Bruce G., carp., 328 Linn 

Bruce George, conductor, L. M. K. B. 

Longworth nr. Iloadly 
Bruce Hy., porter, 4 13 Baymiller 
}!RU(.'E Isaac, (I. & B. B.) nr. Cheviot 

BRUCE I & B., ^Isaac & Benjamin 
B ) Carriage and Omnibus Manu- 
facturers, s.e.c. 3d and Viae, facto- 
ry s.w.c.2d and Elm 
Bruce Jane B., Longworth nr. Hoadly 
Bruce Lewis M., carp., bds. 227 W. 5th 
Bruce R. K.. conductor, L. M. R.R., bds 

Spencer House 
Bruce Rnbt.,phys., bds. Jones' House 
Bruce Wm., mach., bds. 68 Richmond 

BRUCE WILLIAM E., Freight Agent 
Ohio & Mississippi Railroad. Office 
7 E. 3d, h. n.s. Longworth near 
Hoadly 
Bruce Fred., butcher, b. Providence and 

Findlay 
Bruck Cavl, conductor, 524 Main 
Bruck II v., su2;ar boiler, 16U Linn 

BRUCk LOUIS, 
Brewery, 
s.w.c. Division and Harrison Av. 
Bruck Theodore, sugar boiler, 160 Linn 
Bruck Valentine, lab., 492 E. Front 
Bruckert Peter, cof. h.,58 Ham. Road 
Brucksmidt Fred., lab.,4ii Rittenhouse 
Bruiier John, tailor, 587 Central av. 
Bruders Sister Michaela, St. Mary's Hos- 
pital 
Brueahl John, fireman, s.w.c. 2d and 

John 
BruecknerWm., baker, 623 Main 
Bruggemann -Vdolph, grocer, 553 Wal 

nut 
Brueggeman August, confec, 456 Vine 
Brueggeman B., moulder, wks.. Green 

wood's Foundry 
Bruehl R. A. W., elk., Methodist Book 

Concern, h. s.s. Wade b. Linn and 

Giirman 
Brueline Philip, tailor, 21 David 
Bruen Nicholas, lab., Van Horn b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Bruenu A., phys., h. 189 Sycamore 



Bruenner Fred., lab., 418 Walnut 

Bruer R., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Central 
.av. and Front 

Bruir Wm., currier, 181 Main, bds. Fire- 
man's Hall 

Brufort Louisa, Lebanon Road 

Bruggamer Fied., 504 W. 3d 

Brugfjeman H., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 

Bruggemann Bernard, cof. h., 602 Elm 

Bruggemann C, chair caner, 16 Com- 

Bruggemann Francis. 19 Pendleton 
Bruggemann Herman, moulder, Cherry 

al. b. Elm and Race I 

Bruggemann John, lab., 97 Pendleton 
Bruggmuir Joseph, finisher, 78 Dudley I 
Bruhi Clias., porter, wks. s.w.c. 4tb and , 

Main, h. 238 Broadway | 

Bruhl K , watch mkr., h. 238 Broadway 

BBUIIL GUSTAVUS, 
Physician, 
Ofiiceandh. ]46L.aurel _ \ 

Brukkamann John A., carter, 1"8 Oliver 
Bruli Ludwig, 20 Mansfield | 

Brulinck Herman, lab., HE. Liberty | 
Brum H., tanner, wks. s.w.c. Liberty &; 

Linn i 

Brum Jacob, elk., 253 Main 
Bruraan Anna, tailoress, 16 Commerce | 
Bruman Catharine, servt., 16 Commerce , 
Biuman Chas., chairmkr., 16 Commerce 
Bruman David, painter, 16 Commerce t 
Bruman Herman, moulder. lOCommerce 
Bruman Mary, 16 Commerce 1 

Bruman Philip, cooper, 16 Commerce 
Brumby L., currier, wks 669 Elm | 

Brumen John, furniture dealer, 50 Lock : 
Brumer Ferdinand, brewer, wks. Lafay- , 

ette Brewery | 

Brumley Wm., lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Corporation Line | 

Brummelhouse Benjamin, lab., 492 W. i 

Front ^ j 

Brummerlly., varnisher, h. 75 Abigail | 
Bruniraer J. B. & Co., (John B. B. & 

Herman H. Ahlering), mer. tailors, 

244 Main \ 

Brummer John B., fJ. B. B. & Co.) 130 

E. 4th 
Brumstrup Philip, moulder, 27 Wood- 
ward 
Bruna Fred., lab., wks. 20 Spring 
Brundle Geo., waiter. Gait House 
Bi-undt Christ., cigar mkr., 122 Spring 
Brune Benj., carriagesmith, c. Front and 

Plum 
Brune Joseph, moulder, 1 14 Clay 
Brune Clemens, lab., 122 Abigail 
Bruner Frank, law student, 20 W. Court 

h. 104 Bremen 

BRUNER MARTIN, 
Attorney 21. W. Court, 
bds. 443 Main 
Bruner Wm., elk., bds. 409 \V. 5th 
Brunes Chas., chair painter, 104 W. 13th 
Brunes Hy , finisher, bds. 85 Central av. 
Brunick Roger, butcher, 32 Lock 
Bruning Christ, dray, 20 Mansfield 
Bruning Elmer, lab., 11 Hannibal 
Bruning Fred., lab. ,52 Baum 
BRUNING H., (Miller, B. & Dieckman) 

118 E.5th 
Brunk George, sawyer, wks. s.w.c. 3rd 

and John 
Brunklass Lambert, tailor, 191 W 6th 
Brunn Michael, musician, 61 Clay 
Brunnan Hy..bds. n.w.c. Pike and Front 
Brunnoman Clemens, lab., 122 Abigail 
Brunner Adam, lab., 25 15th 
Brunner Adolph, elk., 70 Richmond 
Brunner Alphonse teacher, 201 W,4th 
Brunner Jacob, peddler, 25 15th 
Brunner John, basketmkr., bds 229 W. 

6th 
Brunner Theodore, teacher Tenth District 

School 
Biunning Hy.,lab., wks. 20 Spring 
Brunning J., wks. Moore & Richard- 
son's 
Bruno Joseph, shoemkr., bds., 116 Barr 

Bruns ,91 Clay 

Bruns Anton, sheet iron worker, wks. 

17 AV. 5th 
Bruns Bernard, lab., 98 Clay 
Bruns Fred., locksmith 91 Clay 



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Bruns GerhardP.,!ah.. 141 Clay 
Brnns Hy., (3. R. & B.) 7 Gorman 
Bruns ny. J., wagoner. Ravine above 

Browne 
Bruns John, shoemkr., 201 Clark 
Bruns John B., furniture, 49 E. 3d, h. 50 
Lock 

RUNS JOHN H., 
Cotfee House, 
480 W. Front 
Bruns Joseph, grocery, 98 Clay 
Bruns Joseph, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Bruns Lewis, tailor, 253 Hopkins 
Brunsman Albert, cab. mkr., 248 Hop- 
kins 
Brunsman B. F., shoemkr., 148 Hopkins 
Brunsman Hy. H., porter, 145 Walnut, h 

136 Hopkins 
BrunsmannHy., bk. maker, Charlotteb. 

Baymiller and Linn 
Brunsman Joseph A , wks. Geo. R. Dix- 
on & Go's, h. 154 Hopkins 
Brunsmann J. H., b.k., 343 Main, h. 

148 E. 5th 
Brunson A., widow, 523 Plum 
Brunson U.aniel, painter, 117 Hopkins 
Brunson George, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and 

Miami Canal 
Brunson William, millwright, bds. 138 

Longworth 
BruustWm., wks. 5 Linna;us 
Brunstrop H., cooper, 527 Freeman 
Brunstrup P., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 
Brunswick & Co., tobacco, cigars, &c., 

22 W. Front 
Brunswick Hy.. 437 Walnut 
BRUNSWICK J. M., (J. M. B. & Bro.) 
437 Walnut 

RUNSWICK J. M. & BRO., 
(John M. B, & Joseph B..) Billiard 
Table Manufacturers, 8 \Y. 6th 
BRUNSWICK Joseph, (J. B. & Bro.,) 

25 Lodge 
Bruny Hy., woodsawyer, 211 Hopkins 
Brusinghoff Mdlle , recluse. Convent of 

the Good Shepherd 
Brushy John, mach., 94 Betts 
Brusselbach II., Prof, of music, St. Xa- 

vier Colloge 
Brussert Josephine, 8 Jackson 
Brustle Conrad, (B. & Koch,) c. Lock 

and 5th 
Brustle & Koch, (Conrad B & John K ) 

bolt factory. Lock b. 5th and 6th 
Brutsche Edw., cof. h., 133 Ham. road 
Brutzler Conrad, cof. h., 238 E. Front, 

e. of Broadway 
Bryan A. T., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Bryan .^nne, 59 Richmond 
Bryan Benjamin, cartman,629 Elm 
Bryan Eli W., salesman, 138 Walnut, 

bds. 250 Longworth 
Bryan Harvey, expr. driver, 19 Accom- 
modation 
Brvan Geo., lab., 29 Part 
Bryan Jas., eng., 494 W. 4th 
Bryan Jas., porter, 68 Gano 
Bryan L., millinery store, 377 Central 

Bryan Lewis. lab., Carr b. 8th and 9th 

Bi-yant , elk., bds. 2.50 Longworth 

Bryant A. A., b k., 76 Main, h. 465 W. 

7th 
Bryant C, bds. 337 Clark 
Bryant Geo. A., painter, 247 Everett 
Bryant Hiram, shoemkr., wks. 27 E. 

Pearl 
Bryant Isaac, brick mkr., Richmond b. 

Freeman and Carr 
Bryant Jas., eng., 494 W. 4th 
Brvant Jerome, teacher, 104 14th 

Bryant John, brick mkr., 337 Clark 
Bryant Jos , barber, bds. s.w.c. Culvert 
and 7th 

Brvant Kate, teacher, 207 Mound 

Bryant Mary, 104 14th 

Bryant Wm., n.e.c. Elizabeth and John 

Bryant Wm., expr. driver. 150 W. Pearl 

Bryarly Thos., 2(J2 W. 4th 

Biyce Peter F., baker, 506 Sycamore 

Bryer Geo., cof.h.. 903 Central av. 

Bryer John B., butcher, 523 Main 

Bryling Frank, carp., 167 Oliver 



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MERRITT, THOMPSON & CO., 



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Nos. 517 to 527 Central Avenue, Corner Laurel Street, Cincinnati, 0. 

OFFICE, No. 517 CENTRAL AVENUE. 

Dealers in Lumber, anrl Mamifufturers of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Frames, Jlouluinss, Flooring, Weatherboardings, &c., 
and every description of BUILDING MATERIAL. 

Our Factoi-y Building is three stories high, and 107 feet front on Central Avenue, by 100 feet deep on Laurel street, with 
extensive Lumber Yard adjoinins?. having a central location, and easily accessible by Street Railroads, and being one of the 
largest and most complete establishments of tiie kind in the West ; and as we are devoting our e.xclusive attention to Manu- 
facturing, (having discontinued building in the city.) We are confident, with our faclities, and our long experience in the 
business, that we can offer inducements to builders and others, in the way of Prices, Punctuality and Good Work, unsur 
passed, if equalled, in the West. 

lO^Printed Circulars, containing descriptions and drawings of Work, Mouldings, &c., and giving full information about 
Prices and Terras, furnished, or mailed free, on application. 



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Note through the Post OfBce, givin? time and place, will 
be promptly attended to. PKIME WHEAT WAMED. 

LEWIS FACm, 
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W. F. & V. WHITKEY, 

(Successors to Taft, Wise & Co.) 

Dealers in Lumber, Shingles k Lath. 

Constantly on hand Flooring, Sasli.F.linds & Doors. 

YARD AND OFFICE, 

Cor. Central Avenue & Laurel Sts., Cincinnati. 

ANDREW A. EYSTEB. 

Importer, Wholesale and Rt-tail Dealer in 

ClICIS, mens, JIIESY, M. 

Nos. 271 «& 341 Central Avenue, 
CINCINNATI, 0. 



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DANIEL B. PIERSON & CO., 

LUMBER BEALEES, 

Keep constantly on land all kinds of Pine Lumber, for 
Building purposes. Flooring, Joist, Shingles, &c. 

381 Plum St., at Elbow of Miami Canal, 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

THOS. n. WEASNER. C. S. SMITH. 

THOMAS H. WEASNER, 
No. 371 PLIM STREET, CL\CL\NATI, OHIO. 



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Brvne Wm., drav. i rear of 2G Baum 
BRYSON Ambrose M., (B. & Brother,) 
h. E. Walnut Hills 

B HYSON & BROTHER, (Ambrose M. 
B., James W. B., Win. B. Cassilly) 
Manufact'rs and Wholesale Dealers 
in Domestic Wines and Liquors, 31 
Sveamore 
Bryson Chas., grocer, 634 W. 5th 
BRYSON James M., (Bryson & Brother) 

bds. Spencer House 
Bryson Michael, hib., 48 Pierson 
Bubbe Nich., cab. mkr., wks. 277 Main 
Bube Hy., boatman, rear 59 Martin 

BUCHAVAN ALFRED, 
Coal and Coke Dealer,333 W. Front 
h. 3U0 Geor^'e 
BUCHANAN Charles M.. (B. & Co., V. 
K. Buchanan & Son.) h. Clifton 

BUCHANAN & CO., (C. M. B., W. 
R. Scott, S. M. Murphy,) Whole- 
sale Dealers in Rectified and Dom- 
estic Liquors, 12 Public Landing 
Buchanan Mary Jane, b.h., 75 E. 5th 
Buchanan Michael, lab.. Ib2 E. Pearl 
BUCHANAN Robert, (R. B. &. Son,) 
Clifton 

BUCHANAN E. & SON, 
(R'ibert B. & Charles M. B.,) 
Commission Merchants, 26 E. 2d 
Buchanan Sarah, widow, n.s. Oliver b. 
John and Centra! av. 

BUCHANAN THOMAS, 
Intelligence Office, 182 W. Court 

Buchanan Wm.. salesman, 26E.2d 
Buchard Cornelius, 62 Abigail 
Buchardt Leonhard, lab. 62 Abigail 
Buche Fidel, 34i E. Front 
Bucher A., carriage mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Miller & Sons 
Bucher Aug , stocking weaver, 415 Main 
Bucher John, printer, bds. 55 Sycamore 
Bucher Jos., candle mkr , 7(l8 Fresman 
Buchert Feter, tinner, 4 Lootsey 
Buchhfit Charles, boots and shoes, 59 

Martin 
Buchheit Peter, fancy store, 62 Martin 
Buchholz Fred., stables, 348 W. 6th, h. 

350 W. 6th 
Buchholz Fred., bds. 64 Richmond 

BUCHHOLZ GEORGE, 
Livery Stable, 216 W. 7th 

Buchholz Hy., in livery stable 216 W. 7th 
Buchholtz aiartin,cof.h., s.e.c. 14th and 

Race 
Buchide Mary, huckstress, 68 Wade 
Buchlaw Herman, lab., rear 172 Webb 

BUCHMAN BERNHARD, 
Stationer and Blank Book Manu- 
facturer, 26 W. 3d 
Buchman Hy., cab. mkr., 517 Sycamore 
BUCHMAN Raphael, (Rindskopf Bros. 

fcCo.,) 175 George 
Buchmann Francis J. jr., bds. n.w.c. 

Lawrence and Giffin 
Buchmann Jos., cof. and b. h., n.w.c. 

Lawrence and Giffin 
Buchner Geo., cooper, foot Walnut Hills 
Buchstohr L., coppersmith, 488 Main 
Bucht Michael, lab., n.e.c Moore and 

Liberty 
Buchtmann Henry, quarryman, Ravine 

above Browne 
Buchtmann Louis, quarryman, Ravine 

above Browne 
Buck F., billiard saloon, n.w.e. Central 

av. and Longworth 
Ruck Frederick, 161 Clinton 
Buck Herman, lab., 25 Abigail 
Buck James, porter 158 Main, h. Abigail 

nr. Main 
Buck John, lab., 238 Everett 
Buck Joseph, cooper, 1B6 12th 
Buck Wm., cig. box mkr. 31 Hughes 
Buck Wra., cof. h., 277 W. .5th 
Buck Wm., meat store, s.s. Harrison 

av. b. Division and Brighton 
Buckander S., drover, h. 92 George 
Buckhard John, lab. 74 Abigail 
Bucker Agatha, 143 Abigail 
Bucker Ann, 167 W. Liberty 
Bucker C, cab. mkr., 164 Everett 
Bucker Frederick, cig. mkr.. 21) M.adison 
Bucker J. F., shoemkr., 120 W. Canal 



Bucker Jos., halter, 139 Walnut h.2D^ 

AValnut 
Bucker Wm., blksmith, h. 90 Liberty 
Buckeve Billiard Room, 76 >^ W. 4th 

BUCKEYE DINING SALOON, 
(McDonnell & Atkinson,) 
172 Vine 
BUCKEYE JIILLS, 
11 Hunt 

BUCKEYE STATE INSURANCE 
CO., (Isaac C. Fallis, Secretary,) 
16 Public Landing. 
Buckholdst Mary, servt, 138 W. 7th 
Buckholtz Adolph, lab.. Vine Str't Hill 
BUCKINGHAM E. J., (B. & Mathers,) 
22 W. 9th 

BUCKINGHAM EDSON G., 
Shoemaker, 210 W. 5th 

Buckingham Euphrates, tinner, wks. 32 
Main, h. Covington, Kv. 

BUCKINGHAM & MATHERS, 
(E. J. B. & Richard M.,) Pork and 
Beef Packers, 114 W. Court 
Bucklah lly., shoemkr., 20 Mulberry 
Buckles Mrs., 67 Pendleton 
Buckles Frank, joiner. Front b. Broad 

and Brooklyn 
Buckles J. C, (J. C. B. &. Co.,) h. 

Louisville, Ky. 
Buckles J. C. & Co., (J. C. B & Wm. 
M. Smith,) com. mer., 20 Broadway 
Buckles John, cig. mkr., 67 Pendleton 
Buckles Jos., moulder, 67 Pendleton 
Bucklet John, stonemason, 118 Mohawk 
Buckley B., 62Qauo 
Buckley Benjamin, 478 W. 3d 
Buckley Dennis, expressman, 12 Pan- 
coast al. 
Buckley Francis, moulder, wks. Green 

wood's foundry 
Buckley Ily., packer, '87 Main, h. New- 
port 
Buckley Hugh J., lab.. Walnut Hills 
Buckley Jas , lab., 4~ Jlill 
Buckley Johanna, Langdon al. b 6th 

and 7th 
Buckley John, cooper, 48 E. 7th 
Buckley John, tailor, bds. 53 E. 3d 
Buckley Margaret, servt., IIS W. 7th 
Buckley Mary, 27 Longwortli's building 

s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Buckley Michael, tailor, b. 92 E. 3d 
Buckley Patrick, wks. 146 W. 3d 
Buckley Pa rick, expressman, 99 Clark 
Buckley Thomas., janitor Short's bldg., 

cor. 4lh and Hammond 
Buckley W. M., blksmith, wks. c. Har- 
rison av. and Patterson 
Bucklow Hy., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Buckman Wm.. dray., 492 W. 8th 
Buckmann Anthony, elk., 81 Abigail 
Buckmann Bernard F., bricklayer, 21 

Franklin 
Buckmann Fredericka, grocer, 57 12th 
Buckmann John, mach., 399 Elm 
Bucknell Thos., wood carver, n.s. 6th b. 
Baymiller and Freeman, h. 140 Day- 
ton 
Buckner Commodore F., physician, 10 

E.7th 
Buckner Francis, physician, 10 Pancoast 

al. 
Buckner Kinyan, phys., w.s. Henderson 

al., b. 7th and 8th 
Buckner Mary, 50 E. 2d 
Buckner VVm., lab.. 10 Pancoast al. 
Buckney Francis, porter, 222 Vine 
Buckran Theresa, tailoress, 22 Abigail 
Buckser John, fireman on r.r., rear 57 

Martin 
Buckshorn Hy., varnisher, 13 Moore 
Buckston A., bds. American Hotel 
Buckston John, elk., 92 Hopkins 
Buckstohne Bernard, bds. 365 W. 5th 
Buckton Abraham, cooper, 33 Vine, h. 

Covington 
Buckton B. Wm., wks. 373 W. 3d 
Buckton Wm., eng., 624 W. 6th 
Budd John, brick yard, 9th b. Harriet 

and Carr 
Budd Joseph, lab., bds. cor. 8th and 

Carr 
Budd Wm., bk. mkr., 637 W. 8th 



Budda Hy., grocer, 65 Hunt 
Budde Chas., coppersmith, 644 Vine 
Hudde Herman, cooper, 311 Findlay 
Budde John P., rear 90 Broadway 
Budde Wra , bleacher, 477 Main 
Buddeke John H., locksmith, 287George 
Buddeker Herman, 271 W. 3d 
BUDDEMIOYER L. H., (B. & Umme- 
thun,) 132 W. Court 

BUDDEMEYER & UMMETHUN, 
(L. H. B. & G. W.U.) Dry Goods, 
307 Central av. 
Budden Edward R., engraver, Gibson & 

Co., h Walnut Hills 
Buddendick H.. moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's foundry 

Buddick , 91 Clay 

Buderick Hy.. porter, 299 W. 2d 
Budick Francis, lab., 482 W. 6th 
Budke Bernard, 214 Water 
Budke Conrad, cig. box. manuf., s.e.C. 

Main and 8th, h. 126 Spring 
Budke Elizabeth. 214 Water 
Budke Jas., lab., wks. Gas Works 
Budke Susan, saleswoman, 170 W. 4th, 

h. 126 Spring 
Budke Wm., lab., 95 Woodward 
Buecker Adolph, carp. ,21 Lootsey 
Buecker Geo., carp., bds. 509 Elm 
Buecker Gerhard, shoemkr., 5.59 Elm 
Buedurka Hy., locksmith, 287 George 
Buehl David John, lab., 609 Main 
Buehler Stephen, teamster, Lafayette 

Brewery 
Buell A., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 
foundry 

BUELL GEO. P., 
Literary Editor "Times," 
bds. National Hotel 
Buell L. C, dry goods, 110 W. 5th, bds. 

Burnet House 
BUELL Lucius C, (Shaw, B. & Bar- 
bour,) bds. Burnet House 
Buell R. H.,L. M. R.R depot 
Buelte Bernard, moulder, 12-S Clark 
Buena Vista Freestone Co., 13 W. 4th 
Buengel Hy., dray, bds. 414 Walnut 
Buer Fred., cig. mkr., bds. 24 E. Front 
Buer Jacob, Corporation al. b. Young 

and Ludlow 
Buerg Bernard, tailor, bds. s.w.c. Smith 

and 5th 
Buerkle Edward W., furrier, 331 Main 
Buerkle P. H., turner, 41 Jones 

BUERKLE JOHN C, 
Hals, Caps and Furs, 
331 Main 
Buerkle John G., furrier, 331 Main 
Buescher Fred., cooper, 156 Clay 
Buescher Herman, lab,, 178 Clay 
Buescher Ludwig, lab., 178 Clay 
Buescher Wm., lab.. 178 Clay 
Buesker Fred., cooper. 1.56 Clay 
Buetmeister George, gardener, bds. Teu- 

tonia Hotel 
BuevI John P., stone cutter, 44 Lock 

BUFF & BLOSSFELD, (John J. B. & 
Fred. B.) Merchant Tailors, 
315 W. 6th 
BUFF JOHN, 
Merchant Tailor, 126 Vine 
h'. 20 Commerce 
BUFF John J., (B & Blossfeld; 20 Com- 
merce 
Buffington Jesse, carp.. River b. Reed 

iind Willow 
Bugel Fred., vet. sui-geon, bds. Fourth 
Ward Exchange 

Bugessy , 95 Ham. Road 

Bugg John W., conductor Street R. R., 

4ti5 W.6th 
Bugganer Peter, (B. & Solari,) 346 W. 

5th 
Bugganer & Solari, (Peter B. & Augus- 
tus S.)confec.,314W. 3d 
Buggeding H. H., 137 Pleasant 
Busgedins Hy., tailor, 137 Pleasant 
Bugher Ciipt. Jas., 126 W. 8th 
Bugler Adam, shoemkr.. 17 Mulberry 
Buhan Michael. lab., Lebanon Road 
Buhdoff Hy., blksmith, 100 Hunt 
Buhen Geo., brewer, 529 E. Front 
Buhkel Geo., lab., Harriet nr. 6th 
Buhl Lewis, shoemkr., w.s. Vine b. Milk 

and Calhoun 
Buhlager Fred., shoemkr., 20 Webster 



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Buhle Bernard, lab.. 52 Buckeye 
Buhler Andrew, cof. h., 187 Vine 
Buhler Fred., shoemkr., 24 Franklin 
Buhn Miirtin.lab., s.w.c. Huirison av. 

and Riddle 
Buhr Elizabeth, 59 Hughes 
Buhr Joseph, finisher, wkg. 141 W. 2d 
Buhrmann Geo. L., shoemkr., 579 Cen- 
tral av 
Buhrmann Hy., elk., 205 Walnut 
Builman Job, wks. u.w.c. Pearl and M. 

Canal 
Buirn E., shoemkr., 138 Walnut 
Buirth Patrick, carp., bds. 49 Race 
Buker Geo., lab., wks. at N. Budd's 
Bukols Jane, seamstress, 1249 E. Front 
Buks J. T., salesman, 74 W. 4th, bds. 

414 W. 5th 
Bulack C, wks. 728 Central av. 
Bulemeier F., mouliler, 50 Jones 
Buler J., cooper, 1()2 Baymiller 
Bulerdick Fred., cab. mkr., 22 Madison 
Bulger Jas., grocer, n.w.o. Washington 

and Front 
Bulger John, candle mkr., bds. 53 E. 3d 
Bulger John, Deer Creek Valley 
Bulkard Jacob, lab., bds. s.s. Front near 

Foster 
Bull Arthur, blksmith, 86 Elm, h. Cov- 
ington 
Bull Wm., real estate broker, bds. 110 

W. Cth 
BuUer Jacob, wks. ^0 Butler 
Bullett Aime, wood carver, 29 Race 
Bullett Chas., sculptor, s.w.c. 5th and 

Broadway 
Builman .John, labr, n.e.c. Whiteman 

and Bank 
Builman Wm., boiler mkr., bds. 155 E. 

Front 
BULLOCK Anthony D., (A. D. B. & 
Co.) .Mt. Auburn 

BULLOCK A. U. & CO., (A. D. B. 
W B. B. & Henry Lewis.) Wool 
Dealers & Commission Merchants, 
12 and 14 W. 2d [fike 

Bullock Sarah, n.s. 3d b. Lawrence and 
BULLOCK Wm. B., (A. D. B. & Co.,) 

Mt. Auburn 
BuUoge Fritz, cooper, 694 Main 
Bulloge Herman, cooper, 6i)4 Main 
Bullow lly., phys., 551 Sycamore 
Bulmer John, lab., in slaughter house. 

Deer Creek Valley 
Bulpi L., teacher, Mt. Auburn 
Bulser Frank, bds. n.w.c. Pearl and 

Pike 
Bulsher Jacob, shoemkr., n.w.c. Wash- 
ington and Front 
Bulthauf Hy., lab., 7 JefTerson 
Bulthaupt Fied., moulder, 7 W. 15th 

BULTMA^fN CHRI.STIAN F., 
Hardware and Cutlery, 364 Main 
h. 9 W. 9th 

Bultmann D.,cab. mkr. shop, 141 W. 5th 

Bultmann D. L., box manuf., 141 Water, 
h. n.e.c. i3th and Bremen 

Bultmann Edward, elk., 3U4 Main, bds. 
9 AV. 9th 

Bultmann Julius, clk„ 364 Main, bds. 9 
W. 9th 

Bumb Fred., carriage trimmer, bds. 668 
Main 

Bumbich John, baker, 144 Ham. Road 

Bumenstine Henry, cab. mkr., wks. 41 
Park 

Bumgart Isaac, lab., Longworthb. Stone 
and Hoadly 

Bumiller The., elk., 258 Main 

Bumpkamp Hy., lab., n s. Front b. Fos- 
ter and Kelly 

Bumpkamp Louisa, seamstress, n.s. 
Front b. Foster and Kelly 

Bunch Charlotte, laundress, w.S. Hen- 
derson al. b. 7th and 8th 

Bunchoff John, lab.,ll3E. 2d 

Bundeke Hy., carp., s.w.c. Water and 
Vine 

Bundendick Hy., lab., 49 Pendleton 

BunUtrecher Louis, 078 Sycamore 

Buner John B , butcher, Ham. Koad nr. 
Brighton House 

Bunge Fred., cig. mkr., bds. 276 W. Li- 
berty w. of Central av 

Buning John, varnisher, Longworth b. 
Stone and Hoadly 



Bunkenberg August, tinner, 17 W. 5th, 

h. 139 Everett 
Bunker A. G., elk. 132 W. 2d, h. West 

Walnut Hills 
Bunker Chas. W., overseer at Lunatic 

Asylum, 168 Smith 
Bunker Joseph, rear 12 Race 
Bunker John, teamster, on St. K. R., h. 

Plum b. Water and River 
Bunnemeyer B., i)i>rter, Rindskopf, 

Bros. & Co's, 79 W. Pearl 
Bunning Anthony, vA. B. & Co.) 590 

Elm 
Bunnina: A. & Co., (Anthony B. & 

Frank Raenhard.) grocers, 590 Elm 
Bunning J., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Bunny Joseph, lab., bds. 239 Barr 
Buna Fred., millstone mkr., 46 Pleasant 
Bunse J. W., b.k., bds. 262 W. 8th 
Bunsimer W., lab., 300 Linn 
Buntun Clinton, carp., c. Findlay and 

Freeman 
Buuyan .Morris, shoemkr., 20 E. 5th, h. 

154 Sycamore 
Buovduck B., shoemkr,, 14 Providence 
Burbage Kobt., boatman. Culvert b. 7th 

and eth 
BURBECK A. C, (B. &. Haight,) h. 

Lockland 

BURBECK & HAIGHT, (A. C. B. & 
J H.) Flour and Commission Mer- 
cliants, 107 & 1U9 E. Pearl, e. of 
Broadway 
Burbeck Tliog., baker, 91 Hopkins 
Burbeck Walter F., baker, 428 W. 5th 
Burbrink Bernard, s.w.c. 6th and Broad- 
way 
Burch B. F., bds. 100 Broadway 
Burch Nichohis, watchman, 36 Mohawk 

BURCH JOHN W., Agent Hannibal &, 
St. Joseph Railroad, Office 8 W.3d, 
Bank Bldgs , b.ls Burnet House 
Burchurd Peter, moulder, 179 Bremen 
Burchardt John, moulder, wks. 243 E. 

Pearl e. of Broadway 
Burchardt Matthew, moulder, wks. 245 

E. Pearl e. of Broadway 
Burck Fred., coppersmith, wks. 38 W. 

Court 
Burckhard Andrew, 29 Grant 
Burckhard Geo., oof. h., 100 W. Liberty 
Burckhanl John, cig. mkr , 90 Buckeye 
Burckhardt Chas., saddler, II 12th 

BURCKHARDT & CO., Leopold B. & 
Fred. B.) Lard Oil and Stearine 
Manufacturers, 1k7 Sycamore 
BURCKHARDT Fred., (B. & Co.)h.nr. 

CumminsviUe 
Burckhardt Hy., upholsterer, 126 Clay 
BURCKHARDT Leopold, (B. & Co.) h. 

103 Sycamore 
Burckhardt Saml., butcher, 24 Campbell 
Burckhart Elizabeth, 65 Observatory 

Road 
Burckhart John, brewer, 664 Elm 
Burckhart Martha, servt., 308 W. 6th w. 

of Central av 
Burckhart Mathias, moulder, 65 Ovserra- 

tory Road 
Burckhart Philip, brewer, 664 Elm 
Burekley Julia, 398 Broadway 
Burclimaiin Hermann, box mkr., 158 

Oliver 
Burd J. N., elk., n.e.c. 4th and Main, 

bds. 177 Sycamore 
Burde Hy., blk. smith, 186 Everett 
Burdett Joseph, brush mkr., wks. 211 

AValnut 

BURDGE JONATHAN E., Manufac- 
turer Sewing Machines, 73 AV. 3d, 
h. 327 AV. 3d 
Burdge Mary E., dress mkr., 125 Long- 
worth 
Burdge Michael, 4U1 W. 3d 
BurdickHy., lab., 478 AV. 5th 
Burdieck Henry, porter, 6 Main, h. 180 

AV. 5th 
Burdoff Henry, blk. smith, 103 Hunt 
Burdsal Alfred, b.k., 20 Spring, h. 416 
Broadway 

BURDSAL Sc BRO., (Henry W. B. 
&L James S. B ) AVholesale Drug- 
gists, n.w c. Main and Front 
Burdsal Elijah, b.k., n.w.c. Main and 
Front, h. Selves bldg 



Burdsal Francis A., elk., s.e.c. 7th and 

Main, bds. 7 E. 7th 
BURDSAL Henry AV., B. & Bro.) Col- 
lege Hill 
Burdsal J. AV., elk., s.e.c. 7th and Main, 

h. 7 E. 7th 
BURDSAL James S., (B. & Bro.) 118 

E.5th 
Burdsal Melzar F., grocer, s.e.c. 7th and 

Main, h. 444 Broadway 
Burdsal Samuel, druggist, 409 Main, h. 

■J48 Broadway 
Burdsal Samuel T., clK., s.e.c. 7th and 

Main, bds. 448 Broadway 
Burdsal Thos. C, salesman, n.w.c. Main 

and Front, b. 416 Broadway 
Burdsal AV.. mach., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Burdsal AVm., 7 E. 7th 
Burford R. S., tailor, 227 Central ay 
Burg Ludwig, cof. h., 48 Ham. Road 
Burgard Phillip, safe mkr., h. cor. Main 

and Canal 
Burgard Prosper, locksmith, n.w.c 2d 

and Central av 
Burge Edward, foreman, 472 Freeman 
Burgen Michael, lab., 91 AV. Court 
Burgen Patrick, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Burgen Pearce, stone cutter, bds. s.e.c. 

Race and Court 
Burgen Roman, dray., 1268 E. Tront 
Burger Albert, clothing manuf., 230 

AValnut, h. 248 Clark 
Burger Augustus, fireman, 33 Baum 
Burger Caroline, seamstress, 2li6 Cutter 
Burger Casper, shoe mkr., 372 Broad- 
way 
Burger Cletus, painter, c. Pine and 

Clark 
Burger Frank, 324 Main 
Burger Henry, IIU Clay .. 
Burger Henry, brakesman, 33 Baum 
Burger J . L., barber, 100 Ham. Road 
Burger John, elk., bds. 324 Main 
Burger John, porter, 215 Main 
Burger John, shoemkr., 324 Main 
Burger Louis, carpet weaver, 25 E. 3d e. 

of Lock 
Burger Matilda, seamstress, 20G Cutter 
Burger Peter, mach., 17 Kossuth 
Burger Philip H., shoemkr., 324 Main 
Burger Philip H. jr., shoe mkr., 324 

Main 
Burger Simon, elk., 72 TV. Pearl, h. 571 

Race 
Burger Walter, cab. mkr.,h. 188 Clin- 
ton 
Burgert P., photographist, 554 Cen- 
tral av 
Burgess Edward, lab., 2 Miami 
Burgess Henry, tailor, 588 Race 
Burgess .Alargaret, 75 Park 
Burgess Stephen, white washer, 92 Long- 
worth 
Burgess Thomas, packer, 20 E. 2d, h. 75 

Park 
Burgess AVm., cooper, 709 Central av 
Burgess AVm., wire worker, wks. 211 

Walnut 
Burgett Frederick, moulder, 279 Bremen, 
Burgett Jacob, huckster, 47 Dunlap 
Burgoyne.\lonzo,painter, bds. 141 Long- 
worth 
Burgoyne John, Pres. National Ins. Co. 

h. Glendale 
Burgoyne John, jr., atty., s.e.c. Main 

and Court, h. 597 Sycamore 
Burgoyne AVm., salesman, 99 W. Pearl, 

h. 470 John 
Burgoyne AVm., conductor St. K. R..bds. 

73 Baymiller 
BurgraB Louis, bar k., n.w.c. Main and 
Liberty 

Burguin wks. Western Museum, h. 

82 Sycamore 
Burgun Michael, waiter, St. Nicholas, h. 
16 Court 

BURGUN D HENRY, 
Glass Stainer, 47 E. 3d, 
h. 139 Linn 
Burhans D. J., carp., Watson al- rear of 
Dennison House, h. 42 Everet 

BURHOFF BERNARD, 
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Burk Anthony, lab., 68 Butler 

Burk David, paiuter, 189 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Burk tdwin, lab., wks. 5 Augusta 
Burk J.,bd3. 49 Laurel 
Burk Jaiues, lab., 191 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Burk John, bik. layer, 15 Hughes 
Burk Michael, car driver. Walnut Hills 
Burk Patrick, lab., s.s. friendship b. But- 
ler and Pike 
Burk Patrick, lab., 9G Clay 
BurK \Vm , teamster, 19 Hopkins 
BURKAM Elzey G., (K. G. B. & Co.) 
Mt. Auburn 

BUllKAM E. G. & Co., 
(Elzey G.B. &. Wm. D Burkam.) 
Bankers, 19 W. 3d 
BURKAM Wm. D., (E. G. Burkam &; 

Co.) Lawrenceburgh 
Burke Andrew, shoemkr., bds. 141 Syc 

aniore 
Burke B., 251 W. 3d 
Burke Bridget, bds. 321 John 
Burke EJmond, cof. h„ 33 Lock 
Burke Edward, lab., 251 W. 3d 
Burke Ellen, bds. Pavilion Hotel 
Burke P. N., phys., 177 W. Front 
Burke Henry, turner, 689 Central av 
Burke James, bk. binder, 137 Walnut, h. 

63 W. Front 
Burke James, lab., 69 E. 8th 
Burke James, painter, 7] E. 8th 
Burke Jane. cof. h., 23 E. 8th 
Burke John, painter, c. Columbia and 

Smith 
Burke John, C3 W. Front 
Burke John, grocer, n.'./.c. Culvert 

and 6th 
Burke John, wks. Ashcraft's Foundry c. 

Plum and Wade 
Burke John, lab., 251 W. 3d 
Burke John, lab.. Culvert nr. 6th 
Burke John, lab., bdsT 125 VV. 2d 
BURKE Joseph W., (Xoohy & B.) bds. 

Pearl St. House 
Burke Kate, at 75 Baymiller 
Burke Mary, 3i4 Walnut 
Burke Mary, grocer, 121 Lock 
Burke Mary,2'Jl Vine 
Burke Mary, 23 Accommodation 
Burke Matthew, finisher, 122 E. 2d 
Burke Michael, lab.. Front nr. Leather- 
bury Road 
Burke Michael, lab., 403 W. 3d 
Burke M.les, dray., 9 Pub. Landing, h. 

2U Locke 
Burke Owen S., harness mkr., bds. n.w. 

c. 6th and Broadway 
Burke Patrick, lab., 51)8 John 
Burke Patrick, lab., 309 W. 8th w. of 

Central av 
Burke Patrick, tailor, 23 E. 7th 
Burke Pf ter, carter, Pole nr. Park 
Burke Feter, cooper, 207 Clinton 
Burke Richard, shoemkr., n.s. Front 

above Foster 
Burke Richard, 94 Butler 
Burke Stephen, dray., 131 W. Front 
Burke Stephen, lab., 1523 E. Front 
Burke Thos., cab. mkr., 118 Everett 
Burke Thos., carp., n.s. 6th b. Baum and 

Lock 
Burke Thos., !ab., 401 W. 2d 
Burke Thos., lab., wks. Gas Works 

1)URKE THOMAS, 
\ Union Exchage, 
■^ 512 W. Front 
Burke Thomas, dray., bds. Pavilion 

Hotel 
Burke Thomas E., conductor St. R. R., 

46 J W. tJth 
Burke Thomas I., shoe mkr., 147 Main 
Burke Tobias, boots and shoes, 180 Cen- 
tral av 
Burke Wm., blk. smith, 19 E. Liberty 
Burker Albert, tailor, 248 Clark 
Burker Clemens, dray., 149 Abigail 
Burker Daniel, blk. smith, 1U45 Cen- 
tral av 
Burkerminker Christopher, carp., 246 
Clark [Vine 

Burkhard F. X., stoves and tin ware, 395 
Burkhard Joseph, gardener, 229 Can- 
Burkhardt Adam, salesman, 155 Main, 
bds. Broadway Hotel 



Burkhardt Francis, baker, 590 Cen 

tral av 
Burkhardt Jacob, finisher, 360 Bremen 
Burkhardt John, baker, 86 E. Pearl 
Burkhardt Marzel, huckster, 15 Abigail 
Burkhardt P. J., fHaeckel B. &Co.) 179 

Bremen 
Burkhardt Tionisius, 23 Abigail 
Burkhart Fred., cig.ar mkr., 434 Main 
Burkhart George, lab., wks. s.e.c. 8th 

and Broadway 
Burkholz John, brewery, Lebanon Koad 
Burkle Joseph, foreman, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundrv 
Burkley Eliza, 27 E. 6th 
Burkley John, mach., bds. 335 Cen 

tral av 
Burkmyer U. W., cab. mkr., wks. 89 

W. 2d 
Burkra Martin, cof. h., 78 Mohawk 
Burkshire Woodford, cooper, 22 Webb 
Burlder B., stone mason, 299 Linn 
Burley Chas., finisher, 59i Milton 
Burley Chas., messenger, bank of the 

Ohio Valley, ()5W. 3d 
Burley Eliza, teacher, 59>^ Milton 
Burley Lewis, steward 46 Pierson 
Burley Robert, brk. layer, 59i Milton 
Burley Wm., finisher, 59 >4 Milton 
Burling George, lab., 896 Race 
Burlingame George B., salesman, 101 W. 

4th, bds. 162 Elm 
Burlingame Margaret, laundress 638 W. 

6th 
Burman Frederick, dray., Harrietnr. 6th 
Burman Thomas, brk. layer, 150 Linn 
Burmann David, clothier, 98 \f . Front 
Burmar Bernard, file culter, 588 Race 
Burmester Chas., artificial flower mkr., 

475 W. 5 th 
Burn Catharine, chambermaid, Broadway 

Hotel 
Burn John, currier, 323 John 
Buru Tliomas, elk., 183 VV. 0th, h. 84 

Gest 
Bu nder Gerhart, lab..252 Clark 
Burnes James, lab., wks. 103 E. Jd 
Burues Jas., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Burnet David S., clergyman.bds. Burnet 

House 

BURNET HOUSE, (Johnson, Saun- 
ders & Co.,; Proprietors, n.w.c. 3d 
and Vine 
Burnet J., 150 W. 7th 
Burnet J. Currie, 92 W. Pearl, h. 77 

AV. George 
BURNET Jacob,(Jones& B.) nr. Cum- 
minsville 

BURNET JACOB, jr., Wholesale 
Boots and Shoes, 92 W. Pearl, h. 
426 W. 4th • 

Burnet James, eng., u.w.c. Race and 
Union 

Burnet John, wks. n.w.c. Fearl and M. 
Canal 

Bmnet P. C, house furnishing, 390 Cen- 
tral av 

Burnet Rebecca, widow Jacob, n.w.c. 
7th and Elm 

Burnet Richard, finisher, wks. s.w.c. 
Elm and Pearl 

Burnet Robert W., 168 W. 7th 

BURNET Staats G., (S. G. B. & Co.) 
217 Mound 

BURNET S. G. &. CO., (Staats G. B., 
Wm. Bromwell & T. J. Melish,) 
Brush Manufacturers, 211 Walnut 
Burnet Wm. jr., elk., 426 W. 4th 
Burnett Alfred, lecturer, Longworth nr. 

Stone 
Burnett Eugeneus, salesman, 1260 B. 

Front 
Burnett Henry C., confec, 217 Freeman 
Burnett James, engineer, lUl Race 
Burnett Sarah, 81 Barr 
Burnett Thomas N., confec, 217 Free- 

Burnliam Clarissa, 425 W. 7th 
Burnham E., salesman, 89 W. Pearl, h. 

425 VV. 7th 
Burnham John, elk., bds. 191 W. Court 

w. of Central av 
Burnham John, trader, 69 Bank 
Burnham Mary, widow, 191 W. Court w. 

of Central av 



Burnham Victor, painter, bds. 191 W. 

Court w. of Central av 
Burnig Barney, Fulton b. Vance and 

Stone al 
Burning Hammond, grocer, 17 Linn 
Burning Henry, 175 Pleasant 
Burning Henry, shoemkr., bds. 17 Barr 
Burnip Robert, elk., n.e.c.4th and Wal- 
nut 

Burns , lab., 629 W. Front 

Burns Absalom, 2ud hand store, 175 W. 

Front 
Burns Ann, laundress, s.w.c. 6th and 

Pierson 
Burns Ann, servant, 189 W. 4th 
Burns Bernard, waiter, Burnet House 
Hums Catharine, 42 Lock 
Burns Catharine, 35 Longworth's bldg., 

s.s. Gth e. of Broadway 
Burns Chas. S., elk., 7 Pub. Landing, h. 

Mt. Adams 
Burns Christopher, h. 8 15th 
Burns Cornelius, lab., 462 W. 5th 
Burns Dominick, porter, 15 Hammond, 

h. 383 W. 2d 
Burns Edward, shoemkr., 166 Cutter 
Burns Edward, shoemkr., s.wc. 4th and 

Walnut 
Burns Eliza. 156 Longworth 
Burns E. Hy., 40 Lock 
Burns Felix, salesman, at Wilson, Gar- 
lick & Co.'s 
Burns Frederick, dray,. ("2 Lock 
Burns Frederick, lab., 6th b. Harriet and 

Home 
Burns George W., cigar mkr., 69 Syca- 
more, h Newport 
Burns H., Watson al. b. 7th and 8th 
Burns Henry, waiter, Burnet House 
Burns Hugh, grocer, 6th b. Culvert and 

Bioadway 
Burns Hugh, lab. , 43 8th e. of Lock 
Burns J., wks. s.w.c. Central av. and 

Front 
Burns J. V., cutter, wks. 205 Walnut, 

h.53 W. 12th 
Burns Jas., 86 Mill 
Burns Jas., 668 E. Front 
Burns Jas., elk., ids. Broadway Hotel 
Burns Jas. dray., 40 Lock 
Burns Jas., lab., 327 2d 
Burns Jas., lab., 327 W. 2d 
Burns Jas., Hand al. b. W. Court and 

Clark 
Burns Jas., printer, 145 W. 3d 
Burns Jas., waiter, Burnet House 
Burns Jas., watchman, Burnet House 
Burns Jas. A., finisher,296 W. Front 
Burns John, carp.. Home nr. Harriet 
Burns John, carp., Harriet b. 6th and 

Canal 
Burns John, foreman. 335 W.2d 
Burns John, 47Findlay 
Burns John, lab., Taylor nr. Carr 
Burns John, lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Corporation Lino 
Burns John, painter, 45 E.4th 
Burns John, plasterer, bds. 54 New 
Burns Julia, 40 Lock 
Burns Kate, 40 Lock 
Bubns Lizzie, 40 Lock 
Bums M., lab., wks. w.s. Wood b. 3d 

and 5th 
Burns Mary, Taylor nr Carr 
Burns Margaret, laundress, 40 Lock 
Burns Margaret, servant, 158 Richmond 
Burns Martin, lab., bds. Taylor nr. Carr 
Burns Mary, laundress, n.s. Front nr. 

Corporation Line 
Burns M,iry J., 44 VV. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Burns Matthias, lab. 62 Oregon 
Burns Michael, lab., bds. Taylor near 

Carr 
Burns Michael, switchman, 21 Mill 
Burns Miles, hostler, at A. Cutter's 
Burns Patrick, coal dealer, bds. 36 W. 

Front 
Bums Patrick, lab., n.s. Front above 

Foster 
Burns Patrick, lab.. Observatory b. Hill 

and Hatch 
Burns Patrick, stone mason,n.w.c. Front 

and Whitaker 
Burns Patrick, tailor, 44 E. 3d [Pear 
Burns Patrick, turner, wks. 196 W. 



98 



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Burns Richard, elk., at "Wilson, Garlick Burt Pitts H., elk.. 23 W 

&.Co.'s I 4th 

Burns S., dray., 19 Ayery Burt Samuel T 

Burns Simon, tailor, n-s. Front b. Foster 

and Corporation Line 
Burns Tabitba. 162 Clark 
Burns Theodore, grocer,s.w.c.Waterand 

Plura 
Burns Thos., cab. mkr., w.s. Park b. 

Lonsworth and 5th 
Bums Thos., carp., Ms. P5 Central av 
Burns Thos., lab., bds. 480 W. Front 
Burns Thos.. lab , 211 Freeman 
Burns Thos., lab., n.w.c. Front and 

Whitaker 
Burns Thos.. lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Kelly 
Burns Thos.. lab., c. Mill ani Front 
Burns Timotliy, porter, 69 W. Front, h. 

Covin^Hon 
Burns Valentine, porter, 113 W. Pearl 
Burns Wm., bar k., Dennison House 
Burns Wm.. r Ik. smith, 464 George 
Burns Wm.. cab. mkr., wks. Header &. 

Co.'s 
Burns Wm..lah.. 431 George 
BURXS IDE Archibald A .."ice merchant, 



3d, h. 338 W. 

■ carp., s.s. Front below 

BURT Wm. (B & Leverin?), n.e.c 
broadiray and Front 
nger Aaron, dry c-oods, 663 Race 
RT.MAN H. C, Asrent, Moore's 
Seiving Machines, 9-> W. 4th, 
Ws. SouthgHte House 
Burtner Peter, carp., 'J72 Hopkins 
Burton Alice, seamstress, 2U0 Webb 
Burton Ann, 22 E. 7th 
Burton Anthony B., b.k., 32 TV. 5th, h 

Newport 
Burton Art way, janitor, schoolhouse, 
"tfi^'- Culvert and Broadway 

mach., wks. Greenwood's 



82 12th 

Burnst Frederick, dray., 46 Pleasant 
Burnum Rufus, riverman, bds. luO W. 

5th 
Bnrrell. James, barber, wks. 20 E 5th 

bds. 234 Longworth 
Burriau Thomas, brk. layer, wks Gas 

Works v> 

Burrick U. W., wks. Ea-Ie Match Fac- 
Burri?e FJdward, engineer. 472 Freeman 
Burrill Uichiird J., bds. 176 E Front 
Burrin'rer John, eni'ineer, 103 Clay 
Burris Geo., cab. mkr., bds. 108 Long- 
worth ° 
Burriss S. H , moulder, 314 Water 
Burrou-h Isaac, dray., rear 325 W. 9th 

w. of Central av^ 
Burroughs Amos, cooper, 47 Betts 
Burroughs Orren, engineer, bds. 118 W. 

Court w. of Central av 
Burr ushs Susannah. 314 Plum 
Burrowes Henry, elk., 76 W. 5th, bds. 

BURROWES WM. S., 
Attorney at Law, 6 W. 4th, 
bds. Dennison House 
^"■Yj^^^^i^ '^^''^eanjsfessjc. of Carrand 

BURROWS G. H., (Loomis & B.) 409 

\r. 5th 
Burrows Geo cab. mkr., n.e.c. Front 

and Saiith 
BURROWS Geo., (Bird, B. & Co.) 312 

Burrows James B., b.k., 177 \\ 3d 
Burrows J. H. & Co., (J. H. b! & A. 
Kimball,) Columbia Foundry, ISO 

^"""kT,"/,"?,- '^"■' (Burrows & Kim- 

ball,) 1,, W. .3d r\v 3,1 

Burrows Jos. H. jr., pat'ern mkr., '177 

Burrows Robert, plasterer.214 W. Court 

w. of Central a V 
Burrs Geo., barber. 75 Pleasant 
BurschoffHy., lab., 105 Hunt 
Burschke Caroline, 95 Woodward 
Bursey James, marble cutter, 45 E. 3d 
Burst John, Glove mkr., 11)8 Clinton 
Burstinger Jos., manuf. tassels and frin- 
ges, 387 Main 

BURT A. G. & Co., (Andrew G. B. <t 
Jol.nT. Hooper.) B.ankers and Ex- , 
„,.„^'"»nxe Dealers, 101 Main 

3L-w.'':rtl^-''^-^-^'^'-'^c°-) 

BurtC. W.,clk.. lSE.4th ' 

Burt Edward, bk. binder, wks. 135 Main, 

h. Newport I 

Burt George, carp., 429 W. Pth 



B' 



Burton C 

Foundry 
Burton Cecilia, seamstress, 20(1 Webb 
Burton Ellen, seamstress. 200 Webb 
Burton Geo. grocer. 444 Broadway 
URTOX GIDEON, Boots and Shoes, 
o2 W. Pearl, 
h. 118 Broadway 
Burton James, bds. 109 W. 5th 
Burton Josiah, elk., ll W.2d,h. Avon- 
dale 
Burton Margaretta, laundress, 513 E. 

Front 
Burton Martin, lab., wks. s.e.c. Lawrence 

and Front 
Burton Mary, 280 W. Pth 
Burton Mary, rear of 187 W. 3d 
Burton Robert B.,b.k., 32 W. Pearl, h. 
1 18 Broadway 

BCJRTO.N' S. H. & CO. (Stephen H. 
B., Miles Greenwood & James G. 
Clarke,) Stoves, Hollow Ware, &c. 
11, 13 and 15 W. 2d 
BURTO.V Stephen II. (S. H. B. & Co 

and Redway & B.) h. Avondale 
Burton Wm. T., elk., 32 W. Pearl, h. 

118 Broadway 
Burwine M.,lab., 65 Harrison ay 

urwinkel Anton, grocer, 24 Woodward 
Burwinkel John, lab., 105 Clay 
Buryen M.. tailor, 301 Cutter 
Busam Michael, cof. h., 650 Central av 
Busam Valentine, tin smith, s.w.c. Vine 

and Ham. Road 
Busby Ellen, seamstress, 53 Observatory 

Busca C, lab., 188 Everett 

Busch Andrew, chair mkr.. 5 Melancthon 

Bnsch diaries, barber, 232 W. 6th 

Busch Christ.,. clk..59^J Main 

Busch John. bds. s.w.c. 5th and Smith 

Busch John F., lab.. 77 Hughes 

Busche Clemens, finisher.^wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Biische Herman H.. carp., '<r> Spring 
Buscher Anthony, cutter, 27 W. Pearl, h. 

61 Richmond 
Buscher Fred., cof.h., Landing, b. Br'd- 

way and Ludlow 
Buscher Fred., cof. h., 125 B. Pearl e of 

Broadway 
Busching Dietrich, dray., 511 Svcamore 
Busching Hy., varnisher. 31 Ham. Road 



cof. 



s.w.c. Water and 
Sth 



Co.l 



Bush Hy 
Vine 
Bush Hy., gas fitter, wks. 99 ' 
Bush Hy., painter. 108 Baum 
Bush Jacob, dray., n.w.c. Race and 

Front 
Bush John, cof. h., 68 E. Front 
Bi'.sh John, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Bush J,.hn, shoemkr., 160 Freeman 
Bush John, shoemkr., bds. s.w.c. Sth and 

Smith 
BUSH Obadiah N. (Chamberlain 

n.w.c. 4th and Pike 
Bush Simon, tailor, 641 Central av 
Bush I heresa, 128 Broadway 
Bush Wm. S., printer, n.w.c, 4th and 

Race 
Busher Anthony, cutter, 61 Richmond 
Busher L., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Busher Theodore, cooper, 200 Linn 
Bushing Fred., coppersmith, wks. 38 W. 

Court 
Bushing Martin, coppersmith, wks. 33 

W. Court ' 
Bushkaimp Joseph, grocer, 323 Plum 
Bushker Clemens, varnisher, 90 Dudley 
Bushker Elizabeth, laundress, 464 Main 
Bushley Theodore, brush mkr.,llU Cen- 
tral av 
Bushman Conrad, baker, n.w.c. Vine and 

Elder 
Bushman H.,blksmith, s.w.c. 6th and 

Sycamore 
Bushman Joseph, cai-p.. 332 George 
Bushmann C. baker, 1S4 Everett 
Bushmann C, butcher, wks. c. Wade 

and Linn 
Bushmann Margaret, 36 Pleasant 

BUSHNELL JOSEPH, Hope Coal 
Yard, s.e.c. Central 
h. 



V. and Water, 
Covington 
Bushnell Robert 6., agt.,Conestoga Coal 
Co., s.e.c. Central av. and Water, h. 
Pittsburgh, Pa 
Bushnell Thomas C, salesman, s.e.c. 
Central av. and Water, b. Coving- 
ton 
Busk John, lab., W 7th nr. Freeman 
Busken Geo. (J. H. Busken & Bro.)234 

W. Gth 
Busken Hy., cigar mkr.. h. 5 W. 13th 
Busken J. II. & Bro. (Jno. H. & Geo. 
B.) dry goods, 234 and 236 W. 6th, 
Busken John H. (J. H. B. & Bro.) 234 

W. 6th 
Busker Andrew W. brick moulder, 225 
I Everett 

Busker Herman, lumber dealer, "W. 6th 
I nr. Harriet 

I Buskermiller Richard, lab., bds. 466 W. 
; Front 

Buskermiller Richard, lab., Ramsey nr. 

Front 
Buskirk Hy., elk., 31 W. Pearl, h. 14 
Jacl;son 
! Bnsky Wm., brkmkr, 225 Everett 
Buslehan John, salesman, bds. 2 10 Syca' 
more 



r" ' ,1'^° I'-.-^^i- *'-'.155 W. Front I Buss Jacob \\ 



rt J., blksmith, s.w.c. 6th 
more 



and Syca- 
b. Oliyerand 



Burt Jane, seamstress, Lin 

Po|i|ar 
Burt John S. G., Treas. Cin. St. R. R 

J) Robert L.) Railroad Hotel, n.e.c 
Broadway and Front 



usclimann F & Co , ( 

thon Schiffmacher), painters^ 500 

Sycamore 
Buschmann Fritz(F. B. & Co.)l7 Mans- 

field 
Busdicker H., carp., wks, 48 W. Front 
Buse Fred , boots and shoes, 51 Plum 
Buse ..ohn. porter, 101 W. 4th 
Buse Mathea.s, dry goods, 400 Broadway 
Bu.^ierHy., varnisher. 142 Pleasant 
Bush Adolf.h, cooper. 50 Dudley 
Bush Christian, carp. Kilgour b. 4th and 

Sth 
Bush Edward, barber, 334 Central av 
Bush Elizabeth, seamstress, 108 Everett 
Bash Ephraim F., b.k.. Gazette, h. 132 

Broadway 
Bush F., butcher, 293 Freeman 
Bush Frank, tel. op., bds. 100 Broadway 
Besh Geo., driver, 121 York 
Bush H. G. F., b.k., 11 E. 7th 



!r, wks. 141 Main 

81 Walnut, h. 51 Alli- 



Buss James, boiler mkr., wks. n.e.c. 
Front and Butler 

Bussall Anderson, livery stable on Pat- 
terson al. b. Main and Walnut 

Bassal! Andrew (of B. & Thompson), 95 
Longworth 

Busse Fred., b.k., 78 W. Pearl, h. 89 W. 
7th 

BUS.SE JOSEPH. 
Stoves, Tinware, &c., 
495 Main 
Busse Louisa, 511 Svcamore 
Bussert Thomas (Thos. B. & Co.), bds. 

158 Sycamore 
Bussert Thomas & Co. (Thomas B. & C. 

C. Klburn) hankers, 4W 3d 
Bussey Fred., blksmith. 212 Clark 
Bussey Hy.. banker, 2.50 Race 
Bussey Sutherland, sash and blind mkr.. 
405 W. 3d 



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99 



Bussev Wm., painter, 9 Ann 
BUSSING G. II. (G. H. B. & Co.) 250 
Race 

BUSSING Q. H. & CO. (G. H. B. & 
George C. Glass) Bankers and Ex- 
change Dealers, n.w.c Walnut and 
3d 
Bussinser Bernard, tailor, bds. 443 Main 
USSMAN BERNARD, 



B' 



155 W. Front 
Bussman Uy., moulder, Longworth b. 

Stone and Hoadly 
Bustard Belle, servt., 203 Barr 
Busthouse Fred., lab., 7915 Central av 
BustickerHy.,carp., bds. 493 Walnut 
Bustler John lab., 714 Vine 
Butcher Fred., shoemkr., wks. n.w.c. 

Court and Main 
Butcher J., finisher, 2G W. 9th 
Butcher John, carp., 74 Liberty 
Butcher Wm.. wks. w.s. Lawrence b. 

Pearl and Front 
Butcherd Margaret, 191 W. Canal 
Butchers' Melting Association, 789 Cen- 
tral av 
Butemeister Geo. bk. binder, bds. Teuto- 

nia Hotel 
Buter Elizabeth, boots and shoes, 144 E. 

Front 
Buter Mary, 105 W. 2d 
ButgerJohn, lab., s.e.c. Ilopkins and 

BaymiUer 
Butky Hy.. mason, G4 Wade 
Butler Albert, plasterer, bds. 118 Tork 
Butler Amelia, 8th b. Sycamore and 

Broadway 
Butler Arthur T.. elk., 104 W. 6th 
Butler Bernard, lab ,114 Hunt 
Burler Bridget, Front above Railroad 

crossing 
Butler C. C, reporter, bds. 297 W. 6th 
Butler Chas., carp., 276 Broadway 
Butler David, lab., 26 Lock 
Butler David, stone cntter, 26 Lock 
Butler DeWitt C, elk., 108 W. Pearl, h. 

134 VV.8th 
Butler Edward, wks. 53 E. 2d 
Butler Edward, 68 Avery e. of Park 
Butler Edw. S., s,s. Calhoun b. Ohio av. 

and North Elm 
Butler Granger, whitewasher, 101 W. 

Court w of Central av. 
Butler Geo., lab., Front nr. Leatherbury 

Road 
Butler Harrison H., harness mkr., 20 Mc 

Allister 
Butler Hy , lab., wks. 413 W. Front 
Butler Isaiah C, dray, 1102 E. Front 
Butler Isaiah Z., 1162 E. Front 
Butler J. H., shoemkr., bds. 504 W. 

Front 
Butler James, e.s. Mill b. 2d and 3d 
Butler James, car trimmer, bds. n.e.c. 

Longworth and Allen 

BUTLER JAMES J., Agent Butler's 
Mercantile Record and Copying 
Fluid Ink, 39 Vine, h. 80 Mound 
Butler Jennie, 173 Smith 
Butler John, dray, 26 Lock 
Butler John, lab , 890 Central av. 
Butler John, raach., wUs. Niles' Works 
Butler John B., oarp., 63 Longworth 

BUXLER JOSEPH C, President City 
Insurance Company, Office 8 Pub- 
lic Landing, res. Mahard Farm 
Butler Lucy, bds. n.s. Fulton b. Wash- 

ingt.in and Weeks 
Butler Margaret, w.s. O'Reilly aL b. 3d 

and Pearl 
Butler Martha, cof. h., 766 E. Front 
Butler Mary, dry goods, 242 W. 3d 
Butler Michael, dray, 26 Lock 
Butler Michael, lab., bds. 65 E. 8th 
Butler N., mach., wks. Cincinnati Type 

Foundry 
Butler Nicholas, apprentice, 26 Lock 
Butler P., jr, moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Butler Patrick, lab., Kilgour b. 4th and 

5th 
Butler Patrick, lab., bds. Goodloeb. Reed 

and VVilluw 
Butler Richard, lab.. 376 Broadway 
BUTLER Richard A., (Brown, Stout & 

B.) Reading Road 



Butler Richard, printer, 345 W. 4th 
Butler Thomas, bds. 177 E. Front 
Butler Thomas, b.k., 88 &. 9U W. Pearl, 

h. 203 Vine 
Butler Thomas, cooper, 45 Sycamore 
Butler Thomas, elk., bds. 192 W. 7lh 
Butler Thos., cooper shop, 44 E. 2d, h. 

43 Sycamore 
Butler Thos. C, b.k., 15 Walnut, h. Gth 

b. Vine and Walnut 
Butler Thos. C, jr., manufac. of ivory 

black, 104 W. 6th 
Butler Thos. S. agt Butler's IXL Oil 

Blacking, 39 Vine, h. 453 W. 7th 
Butler Wm., wks. Gazette, h. s.e.c. 3d 

and Ludlow 
Butler Wm, carp., s.s. Front b. Broad 

anl Waldon [Arch 

Butler Wm., eng., wks. 25 W. 4th, h. 13 
Butler Wm., lab., Kilgour b. 4th and 5th 
Butler AVm., foreman, n.w.c. Race and 

Longworth, h. s.e.c. 9th and Plum 
Butler William, washboard mkr., 8th b. 

Brn!idway and Sycamore 
BUTLER William H., (J. C. Parr & 

Co.) ,i56 W. 5th 
Butmeh F., tanner, wks. s.w.c. Liberty 

and Linn 
Butnink F., tanner, 297 Linn 
Butscha Fred., cof. h., 463 Vine 
Butt F., artist, 48 Clark 
Buttelraeyer Fred., lab., 30 Melancthon 

BUTTEMILLEK JOHN, 
Proprietor Buttemiller's Hotel, 
40 W. Court 
Buttenhorn Adam, cutter, 99 W. Pearl 
Butteulaiin D., cooper, wks. 134 Wade 
Buttenweiser Isaac, peddler, s.e.c. Rich- 
mond and Mound 
Buttenwieser L., teacher, h. 165 W. 5th 
Butter B., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Butter Emil, b.k. s.e.c. 6th and Walnut 
Butter Hy., vinegar mkr.. 24 Woodward 
liutter John, lab., 72 Hunt 
Butterfass Phillip. (Mayleben &. But- 
terfass) 14 Walnut 

BUTTEKFIELD A. S-, Saddles, Ilai- 
ness. Trunks, Etc., 242 Main, 
h. 102 Longworth 
Butterfield Cummings, 95 Race 
BUTTERFIELD Jonas, (Jennings, B. 

& Clark) 31 George 
Buttermier Rudolph, tailor, 52 Dudley 
Butters Alfred, blksmith, h. 482 John 

I) UTTERS EDMUND,- 
\ Caniage Manufacturer, 
^ 599 Central av. 
Butterworth Joseph, brk. layer, 462 W. 

Front 
Buttker Hy., lab., rearC64IIam. Road "'' 
Button Chas. P., city weigher, 243 Cut- 
ter 
Butts F., painter, 83 Clin ton 
Butts Robert H., hatter, 135 Laurel 
Butts Samuel A., cooper, 234 W. 9th w. 

of Central av. 
Butts Samuel A., jr., teacher, 234 W. 9th 
w. of Centra! av. 

BUTZ GEORGE V., 
Coffee House, 
365 Sycamore 
Butz R., elk., 140 Main, h. 138 Bremen 
Buwett C, 519 Freeman 
Buxe George, lab., 108 Baum 
Buxton John M., County Clerk's Office, 

92 Hopkins 
Buy lander Daniel, copper smith, 334 

Main 
Buyoung Philip, 86 Mohawk al. 
Bwone Joseph T., express wagon, 436 

Sycamore 
Byard Samuel, blksmith, Walnut Hills 
Byard Matthew, varnisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Augusta and Smith 
Bylar John H., butcher, 565 Elm 
Byer Chas., guilder, 217 Walnut, h. c. 

Vine and Canal 
Byer Conrad, match mkr., 62 Mohawk 
Byer Hy., brk. mkr., 62 Mohawk 
Byer John, match mkr., 62 Mohawk 
Byer Lawrence, butcher, 241 Cla)-k 
Byer Mary, match mkr., 62 Mohawk 
Byer Philip, match mkr., 62 Mohawk 
Byenle Catherine, grocery, n.w.c. Long- 
worth and Park 



Byerle Wm,, lab., n.w,<;. Longworth abd 

Park 
Byerlin Fred., finisher, 433 Walnut 
Byers Edward, ship carp., bds. c. Good- 

loe and Niagara 
Byers Jacob, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and Mi- 
ami Canal 
Byers W. J., (D. J. & B. W. J., and J. 

Dunlap& Co.) 343 Race 
Byington Qustava, teacher, bds. 786 E. 

Front 
Byington Harriet, bds. 756 E. Front 
Bvington Samuel, 559 Freeman 
Byington Wm. H., elk., bds. 786 E. 

Front 
By land Geo. T., elk., 440i W. 5th 
Byle P., lab., n-s. Hopkins, b. Freeman 

and Garrard 
Byles Thos J. agt. Union Manufacturing 

Company, 63 W. 4th, bds. Gibson 

House 
Byran W. H., tinner, 38 E. Pearl, res. 

Newport 
Byrd Mary, 132 W. 3d 
Byrd S., livery stable, s.w.c. Everett and 

John, h. 50 Belts 
Byres Chas , lab., Fulton b. French and 

Hazen 
Byrn James F., b.k., n.w.c. Walnutand 

3d. h. 107 Clinton 
Byrne & Co., (J. F. B. ic Peter Byrne,) 

flour dealers, 63 W. Canal 
Byrne J. F., (B. & Co.) 107 Clinton 
Byrne James, bk. ruler. 31 E. 3d 
Bryne John, 229 Everett 
Byrne M. W.. agt. Kanawha Salt Co., 63 

W Canal, h. 107 Clinton 
Byrne Margaret, grocer, h. 306 Elm 
Byrne Mary A., 306 Elm 
Byrne Matthew, elk., 62 Baum 
Byrne Michael, dray, 229 Kveiett 
Byrne Morris W ,clk., 107 Clinton 
Byrne N , elk., 90 W. 5th, h. 64 Baum 
Byrne Peter, (B. & Co.) 107 Clinton 
Byrne T., 106 Gest 
Byrne Thomas, dray. 229 Everett 
Byrnes R. M., phys., bds. 109 W. 5th 
Byrns John, carp., 380 George 
Byrns Julia, 32 David 
Byrns Lawrence, shoemkr., 254 W. 9th 

w. of Central av. 
Byron James, 217 E. Pearl.e. of Broad- 
way 
Byron John, salesman, 222 Walnut 
Byron Thomas B., varnisher, c. Pearl & 

Central av. 
Byrth Patrick, carp. bds. 49 Race 
Bywater Edward, carp., 1S8 Cutter 



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CABINET MAKER'S UNION, 
Jacob Diehl Agent, 
n.s. Augusta b. Smith and Rose 
Cable C. C. bds. Broadway Exchange 
Caljle Chas., bds. 174 E. Pearl e. of 



Cable Hy., lab., 1-8 Clark 
Cacbard Frank, bds. 61 E. 4th 
Cade Isaac, lab., 474 W. .3d 
Caden J. C, eng.. bds. 70 Laurel 
Caden Michael, lab.,re.ar s.e.c. Pearl and 

Lawrence 
Cadmus Chas., carp., 160 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Cadry Owen, lab., Deer Creek Valley 
Cadwallader Morris, elk., P. 0.,h. 79 W. 

4 th 
Cadwell II. W., trunk mkr., 242 Main, h 

378 Vine 
Cadwell John, sash and blind mkr., 109 

Martin 
Cady Bridget, Beckett al. b. Clark and 

Court 

ADY DAVID K., Dealer in Fancy 
Goods, Willow ware. Fishing Tac- 
kle, Etc., n.e.c. 5th and Walnut, h. 
76 W.8th 
Cady David K., jr., atty., 57 W. 3d, h. 

76 W. 8th 
Cady Delia, servt., Beckett al. b. Court 

and Clark 
Cady Hatch C.. salesman, bds. 76 W. 8th 
Cady James, shoemkr., Beckett al. b. 

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Cady James, shoemkr., s.w.c. 4th and 

Walnut 
Cady Mary, servt., Beckett al. b. Clark 

and Court 
Cady Nicholas, shoemkr., Beckett al. b. 

Claik and Court 
Cady Rebecca, servt , Beckettal. b. Clark 

and Court 
Cady Kehecca, servt., 182 Richmond 
Caffray Edward, gas fitter, w.s. College 

b. 6th andTth 
Caffrey James, foreman, s.w.c. John and 

Augusta 
Caffrey Wra. A., barber, 333 W. 5th, h. 

238 Hopkins 
Cafner Patrick, finisher, bds. 92 W. 

Court 
Cagnia Michael, lab., wks. 47 E. 4th 
Cahill Alice, servt., Accommodation b. 

Cth and 8th 
Cahill Dennis, Ub., 972 E, Front 

CAHILL FRA.NK P., 
Proprietor Madison House, 
Maiu b. Front and -2d, 
Cahill H. P., fireman, 186 Water 
Cahill John, wh. boots and shoes, .52 W. 

Pearl, & 170 W. 5th, h. 36.i W. 9th 
Cahill John, stone cutter, 72 Richmond 
Cahill John P., conductor, 443 W" 4th 
Cahill Joseph, Madison House 
Cahill M., bds. Madison House 
Cahill Mary, cook, Accommodation b. 

7th and 8th 
Cahill Mary, Accommodation b. 6th and 

8th 
Cahill Michael, b.k., 52 W. Pearl, h. 365 

W. 9th 
Cahill Patrick, coachman, D,iy ton b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Cahill Patrick, peddler, 53 Commerce 
Cah'U Tbomas, cooper, 6th b. Lock and 

Baum 
Cahill U'm., carriage mkr. wks. 8 W. 2d 
Cahn Brothers, (Ferd. C.Judas C. & 

Lee C.; news stand, Burnet House 
Cahn Ferd., (C. Brothers.) 213 Plum 
Cahn Julius, newsagt. C. H. &. D. R.R. 

213 Plum 
Cahn Judas, (Cahn Bros.) 213 Plum 
Cahn Lee, (Cahn Bros.) 213 I'lum 
Cahoon D. K., caulker, 12 E. Fiont 
Cain Alex., tailor shop, 62 E. 5th 
Cain Ann, biundress, 120 E. 8th 
Cain Edward D., elk., 146 Main, h. 123 

W. 7th 
Cain Henry, hostler, A. Cutter's 
Cain John, carp., 64 Hunt 
Cain John, cof. h., 34 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Cain John, finisher, 30 Elizabeth 
Cain John, lab., Fulton b. Washington 

and Weeks 
Cain John, lab., rear of 766 E. Front 
Cain John, lab., rear of 518 E. Front 
Cain John, lab., 120 E 8th 
Cain John, moulder, 15 Hannibal 
Cain John, plasterer, 49 Bittenhouse 
Cain Margaret, seamstress, 49 Ritten- 

house 
Cajn Mary, 49 Rittenhouse 
Cain M.ary.207 Cutter 
Cain Michael, bk. binder, wks. Ill Main 
Cain Michael, jr., bk. binder, 56 Baum 
Cain Michael, lab., 207 Cutter 
Cain Michael, finisher, 56 Baum 
Cain Patrick, lab., bds 170 Cutter 
Cain Thos., bds 230 W. Front 
Cain Thoa., sawer, Front nr. Leather- 
bury Bo.ad 
Cain Tompkins, porter, 60 E. 7th 
Cain Wm. H., bk. layer, 170 Linn 
C.iine Jas., carp., 265 Central av 
Caiue John H., b.k., 137 Walnut, h. 

123 L;iurel 
Cair Andrew, lab., 62 Oano 
Calaghan John, carp., 279 John 
Calahan John, lab.. Deer Creek Valley 
Calahan Marv A., 112 Broadway 
Calahan Michael, lab., Deer Creek Val- 
ley 
Calder Gilbert, roofing, bds. n.w.c 

Front and Vine 
Caldwell Anthony, cirp., 910 E. Front, 

h. Fulton nr. Kemper's Lane 

CALDWELL & C.\LDWELL, (John 
W. C. & Saml. C.) Attorneys, 
379 Main 



Cald veil Geo. J., b.k., s.w.c. 4th and 
Central av 

OALDWKLL J. C. & CO., (J. C C.,) 
Outcalt's .Mctalic Roofing, 
132 W. 3d 
Caldwell J. D.. tinner, 400 John 

CALDWELL JAMES C, (J. C. C. & 
Co.) Walnut Hills 

CALDWELL J AMES H., 
President Uas Co., 
bils. Burnet House 
Caldwell John, tinner, 555 Central av 

CALDWELL JOHN D., 
Editor, 
25 Ellen 
CALDWELL John W., (Caldwell &. C.) 

College Hill 
CALDWELL Samuel, (Caldwell & C) 

College Hill 
Caldwell Sylvester G., (Badger &; C.) 

rear 202 W. 5th 
Caldwell Roht. W., b.k., s.e.c. 3d and 

Vine, h. Covington 
Caldwell Wm. B., atty., s.w.c. 3d and 

M liu, h. Avondale 
Caldwin John J., shoemkr., 171 Culvert 
Caldow Jas., packer, 203 Richmond 
CaUlow Robt., packer, 263 Richmond 
Caligrath Jas., moulder, bds. 106 Hunt 
Calender T., carp., n.w.c. John and 

Laurel 
Cales Michael, store keeper at Commer- 
cial Hospital 
Calfield Volne/, carp., rear 143 E. 2d 
Callial John, lab., 242 Barr 
Calhoun Chas., 271 W. 7th 
Calhoun Crawf.Td, 284 Richmond 
Calhoun John, plasterer, bds. 202 W. 

5th 
Calhoun Jas., b.k., 271 W. 7th 
Caihoun John, teamster, w.s. Butler^'nr. 

Front 
Calhoun John C, porter, 71 W. Pearl, h. 

498 VV. 3d 
Calibc John, moulder, bds. 106 Hunt 

CALKINS J. P. & CO., (John P. C.& 
Jacob Deboor.) Commission Mer- 
chants, 27 Walnut 
CALKINS John P., (J. P. C. & Co.) 

Lodges Walnut street 
Callaghan Edmund, blksraith, 30 Lock 
Calliighan John, tailor, 30 Longworth's 

bldg., s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Callaghan Mary, 35 Elder 
Callaghan Mickael, stove store, 237 

Broadway 
Callaghan Mollie, bds. 64 Bremen 
Callahan Andrew, lab., wks. Gas Wks. 
Callahan Anna, servt., 21 Barr 
Callahan David J., cab. mkr., 28 Broad- 

w.ay 
Callahan G., cab. mkr., 3 Gorman 
Callahan Honora. widow. 123 Belts 
Callahan Jas., porter, 18 Broadway 
Callahan Jeremiah, teamster, w.s. Crip- 
pen al. b. Sycamore and Broadway 
Callahan John, finisher, wks. s.w c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Callahan John, lab., 39 Baum 
Callahan John, porter, bds. .)3 E. 3d 
Callahan John, teamster, 94 Baymiller 
Callahan John, tinner, wks. 20 W. 5th 
Callahan Margaret, dress mkr. , 7th b. 

Main and Sycamore 
Callah:>n Mary, servt., Burnet House 
Callahan Michael, lab., 1 York 
Cillahiin Michael, lab., rear 174 Webb 
Calliihau P., plasterer, 17 Jones 
Callahan Patrick, bds. 142 Longworth 
Callahan Patrick, porter, 378 Water 
Callahan Patrick, tailor, 3S5 W- 2d 
Callan Catherine, n.w.c. 7th and Cutter 
Callan Jas., grocer, n.w.c. 7th and Cut- 
ter 
Callan Mary, seamstress, wks. 167 Race 
Callan Mary, n.w.c. 7th and Cutter 
Callan Mary A., n.w.c. 7th and Cutter 
C.allanan Peter, grocer, 57 E. 7th 
Callander Thos., carp., 54 Kossuth 

CALLAWAY JOSEPH. 
Car Bolt Maker, 
69 12th 
Callen John, eng.. Walnut St. House 
Callenbeck UeneJict, cooper, wks. 135 
Western av 



Callese Benj., janitor, W. End Union 
Block 

Calligin Jas., lab., W. 2d b. Plum and 
Central av 

Calligan Phillip, cof. h., c. 3d and But- 
ler 

Callihan Mary, 7 Eden 

Callihan B..bk. folder, wks. Ill Main 

Callihin Chas., lab., 60 Water 

Callihan E., bk. folder, wks. HI Main 

Callihan Timothy, lab., 745 E. Front 

Callihan Wm., lab., 28 Park 

Calling Mary, s.s. 7th b. Broadway and 
New 

Callison Catharine, laundress, 65 E.8th 
e. of Lock 

Callongher Joseph, chair maker, 186 
Clark 

Calloway Caleb, carp., 63 Lodge 

Calloway Nancy, laundress, 187 W. 
Court W. Central av 

Calloway Walker, whitewashcr, Whet- 
stone al. b. 7th and 8th 

Calneu Danl., lab., n.w.c. 8th and Syca- 
more 

Caltman Bernard, carp., 158 E. 5th 

Calvert A. L., salesman, 124 Walnut, h. 
Covington 

Calvert Eugene J., elk., 67 W. Pearl 

CALVERT Geo. H., (G. H. C. & Son,) 
h. Clifton av 

CALVERT GEO. H. & SON. (Geo.H. 
C & Wm. H. Calvert./ Importers 
of Fancy Goods, 67 W. Pearl 
CALVERT Wm. H., (Geo. H. Calvert 

& Son,) bds. Gibson House 
Calvin A.,phys., 144 W.6th 

CAMAROOMANUFACTURINGCO. 
67 W. 4th 

Camber John, bk., 175 York 
Cameron Dell, carp. ,391 John 
Cameron Ebenezer, carp., 507 W. 8th 
Cameron Ebenezer D., cai-p., .507 W. 8th 
Cameron Esther, widow, 262 Clark 
Cameron John, boiler mkr., 44 W.4tll 
Cameron John, dray, 224 Water 
Cameron Joseph. 224 Water 

CAMERON JOSEPH G., 
Dentist, 
140 W. 4th 
CAMERON LYCURGUS, Flour and 
Grist .Mill, s.w.c. Central Av. and 
Clark, h. 121 Laurel 
Cameron Norval, elk., bds. 262 Clark 
Cameron Reed, elk., 148 Walnut 
Cameron Robt., elk., 53 W. 2d, h. 262 

Clark 
Cameron Robt. B., carp., 507 W. 8th 

CAMERON, STORY & MALONE, 
W. C, J. H. S. & W. H. M.) Mill 
Creek Saw Mill, Storrs Tp. 
Cameron Sarah, 148 Walnut 
Cameron T., mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 
Smith 

CAMERON W. M. & CO., (Wesley M. 
C. & Olis B. Little,) Franklin 
Planing Mill, s.e.c. Sixth and 
Iloa.ily 

CAMERON WESLEY M., (W. M. C. 
& Co.) 391 John 

CAMERON Wm., (C, Story & Malone.) 

9 Clark 
Caming Melinda, seamstress, 1254 E. 

Front 
Caming W., blksmith, wks. s.w.c. 7th 

and Smith 
Cammer Agnes, bds. 341 W. 8th 
Cammer Matt, 110 Western av. 
Cammon Jas., bds. 179 E. Front 
CAMP C. B., (C. &Co.) N. Y. Citv 

CAMP C. B. & CO., (C. B. C.. F. F. 
Lockwood, Geo. Williams & Wm. 
N. NichoUs,) Hats, Caps amlFiirs, 
95 W. 3d 
Camp Hy., blksmith, bds. Livingston b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Camp Joseph, elk., 235 Betts 
Camp Peter, blksmith, 14 Rittenhouse 
Campan G., eng., 88 Melancthon 
Campbell ,215 E. Peari e. of Broad- 
way 
Campbell Alex., electrotyper, 241 Long- 
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Campbell Alex., lab., 12 Charles 



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Campbell Ann, laundress, 60 Baura 
Campbell Ans., pork packer, 150 Spring 
Campbell Ashury, cook, 101 E. Cth 
Campbell B., 310 Cutter 
Campbell Brazier, ins. agt., 77 W. 3d, h. 

e.s. Mound b. Court and Richmond 
Campbell Calvin, 970 E. Front 
Campl)ell Catharine, seamstress, 49 E. 

8th, e. of Lock 
Campbell Chas., wood sawyer, 11 E 8th 

e. of Lock 
Campbell Chas. C, finisher. High b, 

Whitaker and Collard 
Campbell Conrad, salesman, 21 E. 2d, 

h. 124 Hammer 
Campbell Cornelius, porter, Hotel Bumas 
Campbell Daniel, b.h., rear 86 Broadivay 
Campbell Dan., carp., 86 Broadway 
Campbell Kdw^ird, 151 E. 3d,e. of Lock 
Campbell I<;iiiah, horse dealer, 177 Oliver 
Campbell Eli'iah, 273 Cutter 
Campbell Eliza, 11 E. 6th, e. of Lock 
Campbell Ellen, grocer, c. Dudley and 

Wa<le 

CAMPBELL ELLISON & CO., (Jno. 
C.. Wm.B., Hiram C, Rob. Scott, 
Dav. T. Woodrow.) Manufacturers 
of Stoves and Castings, Hot and 
Cold Blast Pig Iron and Dealers in 
Sheet Iron, 21 E. 2d 
Campbell Frank, elk., 124 Main 
Campbell Frank, finisher. 66 Rittenhouse 
Camjibell Geo., tinner, Fi-ont b. 3d and 

5th 
Campbell Geo. W., pilot, 211 George 

CAMPBELL H. & CO., (Hiram C, 
Jno. C. Jno. Peters, Isaac Peters, 
D. T. Woodrow, Addison McCuI- 
lough, Jas. Kirker, Geo. P. Rogers, 
San'i'l McConnell, Wm. Ellison, 
Robert Scott,) Manufacturers of 
Bar, Boiler and Sheet Iron, 19 E. 2d 
Campbell Hy., bds. Tremont House 
Campbell Hy., finisher, wks. 517 Central 

av. 
Campbell Hy., elk., bds. 12 Charles 
Campbell Hy., station house keeper, 12 

Charles 
CAMPBELL Hiram, (H. C. &. Co.,) res. 

Ironton, 0. 
Campbell Hiram, messenger, 27 W. 3d 
Campbell J. A.,2o W.4th 
Campbell .T. L., cof.h., 352 W. 5th 
Campbell J. S., b.k., HI E. Pearl, e. of 

Broadway 
Campbell J W., bds. 109 W. 5th 
Campbell Jas.. bds. 73 E. 5th 
Campbell James, (Cunningham & C.,) 

35i)i W. 5th 
Campbell James, dray., 63 B. 8th, e. of 

Lock 
Campbell Jas., gardener, 1464 E. Front 
Campbell Jas., niaoh., bds. 55 W. Front 
Campbell Jns., turner, wks. J. Perriu's, 

bds. lo!) W. .''ith 
Campbell Jas. C, phys., 180 George 
Campbell Jas. L. R., printer, 319 Broad- 
way 
Campbell Jas. C, lab., rear 84 Water 
Campbell .Tas. P., 70 E. 4th 
Campbell Jane, 487 Central av. 
Campbell John, 102 E- 5th 
CAMPBELL John, (H. C. & Co.,) h. 

Ironton. 0. 
Campbell John, carp , 23 Hughes 
Campbell John, caf.h., 175 Oliver 
Campbell John, cooper, 36 Logan 
Campbell John, lab., s. s. Fulton b. 

Weeks and Washington 
Campbell John, upholsterer, 477 W.4th 
Campbell John F., teacher, bds. 302 W. 

5th 
Campbell Joseph, jeweller, bds. n.w.c. 

yth and Elm 
Campbell Margaret, cloak mkr., bds. 494 

W. 4th 
Campbell Margaret, dress maker, 20 E. 

6 th 
Campell Martha, stewardess, 200 Webb 

al. 
Campbell Martin J.,porter,26Mainbds. 

97 Congress 
Campbell Mary, widow, 672 Central av. 
Campbell Mary, e.s. 6th, n. of Baum 
Caiiipbell Mary, seamstiess, 60 Baum 
Campbell Mary, servt., 329 George 



Campbell Mary C, 1'1G4 E. Front 
Campbell Robert, finisher, 77 AV. 4th, h. 

43 Wood 
Campbell Robert, packer, 59 New 
Campbell Robert, porter. 140 Main, h. 

Baileys bldg. New street 
Campbell Saml. F., locksmith, 198 W. 

6th, h. 54 Everett 
Campbell Sarah, 34 E. 4th 
Campbell Sylvester, butler, St. Xavier 

College 
Campbell T. F . shoemkr., 28 W. 6th, 

bds. s.s. 7th e. of Walnut 
Campbell W. B., salesman. 142 Walnut, 

bds. Walnut Street House 
Campbell Walter, shoemkr., 409 W. 7th 
Camiibell Wm., 128 Georje 
Campbell Wm., dray., 21 W. 2d, h. 273 

Cutter 
Campbell Wm. B., plumber, 253 Central 

av. 
Campbell Wm. H . produce broker, 4 

College Hall Bldg., h. Walnut Hills 
Campher Peter, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Camphouse Francis, grocer, 252 Clark 
Camphouse Mina, nurse, 3.56 W. Bth 
Campion Daniel, carp., 95 Clark 
Campman H., 40 Rittenhouse 
Campmier Hy., chnirmkr., 175 Clinton 
Canady Jas. F., carriage painter, bds. 73 

E.5tli 
Canady Mdlle., recluse. Convent of 

Good Shepherd 
Canah Hy., lab.. 654 E. Front 

CANAL OFFICE, 
1st Division M. & E. Canal, 
7 W. Canal 
Cane Elizabeth, servt., 107 George 
Cane John H., 123 Laurel 
Canev !\Ille., recluse. Convent of Good 

Shepherd 
Caney Mnrjaret. servt.. Henrie House 

CANFIELD & BERTRAM, 
(George W. C. & Peter B.,) 
Coal Dealers, l(i7 E. Front 
CANFIELD Geo. W., (C. & Bertram,) 

res. Pittsburgh 
CANFIELD Jas. W., (C. & MoBfet,) 

n.w.c. 9th and Vine 
Canfield Marjaret, cof.h., 27 E. 8th 
Canfield Marv, 85 E. 5th 

CANFIELD & MOFFETT, 
(James W. C. & James S. M.,) 
Wholesale Grocers, 70 Walnut 
Canfield Nicholas, lab.. 120 E. 8th 
Canibal Caroline, rear 39 Pike 
Canida James 0., pilot. 5:^8 W. 5th 
Cannaber Johanna, 288 W. 7th, w. of 

Central av. 
Cannon Anna, servt.. Walnut Street 

House 
Cannon B. J., produce dealer. 47 David 
Cannon Dennis, Augusta rir. Smith 
Cannon Frank, elk., bds. 4 Harrison 
Cannon J., lab., wks. 48 W. Front 
Cannon James J., finisher, 103 Mound 
Cannon John, lab., ?.23 Clark 
Cannon John, moulder, wks. Globe 

Foundry 
Cannon John, stair bidr., wks. 1.56 W. 3d 
Cannon L. N., carp., 288 John 
Cannon Michael, 176 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Cannon Timothy, constable, r. 441 W. 

3d 
Canny Catharine, servt., 453 W 6th 
Cannv James, printer, bds. 83 Sycamore 
Canowey John, lab.. Deer Creek A' alley 
Cantler Ferdinand, lab., 70 Hughes 
Cantrup Frederick, sawver, 82 Bremen 
Cantwell Mary, bds. Pavilion Hotel 
Canvers Borensee, 59 Pendleton 
Canvers M., lab., 59 Pendleton 
Canway Patrick, shoemkr., 200 Cutter 
Caon Morris, blksmith, wks. w.s. Butler 

nr Front 
CapfJohn, bark., St. Nicholas, n.w.c. 

Vine and Longworth 
Capo Geo., carp., 152 Richmond 
Capp John, huckster, 172 Broadway 
Cappel H., grocer, 325 W. 5th 
Capelle Ludwig, cab. mkr., 226 Hopkins 
Cappelmann Hy., grocery 349 John 
Caraway Thos., cab. mkr'.. 76 W. Front 
Carbel Jacob, lab., Kilgour b. 4th and 

5th 



Carberry Joseph P., grocer, s.w.c. Smith 

and Webb 
Carbin Wm. F., confec. 306 Walnut 
Carbott Bernard, bookseller, bds 186 

Race 
Card Jas., blksmith, bds. 1234 E. Front 
Card Thos_. F., pat^^ntee of Card's fire 

back, 7 E. 3d, h. Newport 
Cardano John, lab., n.w c. Court and 

Main 
Cardano John jr., lab., n.w.c. Court and 

Main 
Cardemotory John, peddler, 120 W. 

Front 
Carder David M.. harness mkr., wks. 102 

Main, h. 261 Main 
Cardingley John L., eng., 40 Lock 

Care , huckster, 971 Central av. 

Carender Michael, eng., 676 VV. Front 

Carender Wm., eng., 676 W. Front 

Caret J. F., teacher, 333 Vine 

Carey Ann, 59 Richmond 

Carey Dennis, grocer, 6th b. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Carey Ellen, 5!) Richmond 
Carey Gerard, barber, 24 McAllister 
Carey J. H., conductor. 114 Laurel 
Carey James, lab., 35 Baum 
Carey Jas.. plumber, bds. 8 Sycamore 
Carey John, huckster, Pleasant Court 

al. b. Race and Elm [vert 

Carey .John, lab., 8th b. Canal and Cul- 

CAREY M. T., 
Physician 379 Central av., 
b. 32 Elizabeth 
Carey Put., moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Carey Peter, moulder, wks. Lane & 

Bodley's 
Carey Samuel D., b.k., 64 Walnut, h. 

299 AV. 8th 
Carey AVilson, b.k., 197 W. Court 
Carhoff Bernard, lab., 108 Linn 
Caring Frank, laundress, 77 AV. Front 
Caringham AT. W., agt., 227 Richmond 
Carius J. P., cutter, 205 AA'alnut, h. 509 

Vine 
Carl Larns, tailor. 130 E. 6th 
CarlAA-m., b.h., 284 Ham. road, h. 426 

Ham. road 
Carlan Bernard, hostler, wks. s.w.c. 9th 

and Baymiller 
Carleton Benj. F., powder agency, 81 

AValnut, h. Avondale 
Carley Bridget, laundress, 421 George 
Parley Michael moulder, .'>2:? W. StU 
Carley Michael, mach., 523 AV. 8th 

CARLEY SAMUEL T., 
Manufacturer of Jewelry, 

s.w.c. 4th and M^in, h. Clifton 
Carlin James, elk. County Treasurers 

Office, h. Clevestown 
Carlisle Anna, dressmaker, w.s. Baymil- 
ler. b. Georse and Barr 
CARLISLE GEORGE, 
Lafayette Bankin? Co., (& Stedman 
C. & Shaw,l h. 119 AV. 4th 
Carlisle George W., salesman, 10 W. 

Pearl, h. 119 W. 4th 
Carlisle J. \V., carp., 43 E. 4th, h. 100 
AV. 4th 

CARLISLE JOHN. 
Office s.w.c. 4th and Walnut, Car- 
hsle Block, bds. 384 AV. 0th 
Carlisle John, plasterer, 647 Sycamore 
Carlisle Mary A., b.h., 100 W. 5th 
Carlyle Albert, cig. mkr., wks. 226 

AValnut 
Carlon J., butcher, 45 Jones 
Carlos Chas., brk.. mkr., 53H P]um 

CARLSON EDAVARD, Book Binders' 
Tool Cutter and Engraver, s.wc. 
4th and Sycamore, res. Lockland 
Carlton Alexander, salesman, 124 AV. 3d 
Carlton Anthony, hackman, 146 AVater 
Carlton Anthony, tailor, 207 Linn 
Carlton Edward, collector, 155 George 
Carlton George, b.k., bds. 120E,5tii 
Carlton Thos.,conductor,bds. looGaorge 
Carlton Thos., hackman, 146 Water 
Carlton Thos., moulder, wks. 86 Elm 
Carman Francis, lab.. 223 Belts 
Carman Frank, lab., 72 Rittenhouse 
Cnrmrin Fvedenck, bV store. .«.> Dayton 
Carman Frederick, cooper, 175 York 
Carman John, lab., 196 Clark 



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Carman W. H., elk., 52 W. 2d 
CARMICIIAEL Robert, (Steirart, C. & 

Co.) -235 Longworth 
Carmociy Martin, cook. 29 ^V. Sd 
Carmody Pearce, saddle tree mkr., 197 

Plum 
Carnahan Gustavus A., professor, 331 

Cutter 

CAllNAIIAN J. R., 
Principal Ohio Mercantile College, 
sec. Vine and 4th, h. Newport 
Carnahan Patrick, lab., 455 W. 2d 
Carneal Louis, 111) E. 4th 
Caines A. A , conductor, bds. 238 W, 

6th 
Carnes Adolphus, grocer, 038 W. 6th 
Carnes J. K.. elk., 2.i8 W.6th 
Carneivay D., lab., bds. 20 E. 5th 
Carney Ann, 128 E. 6th 
Carney Bridget, IIG E. 4th 
Carney Bridget, servant, s.e.o. John and 

Belts 
Carney Catharine, servant, 379 TV. 5th 
Carney Daniel, (C. & Fox.) 28 E. 7th 
Carney Darby, mach., wks. Gas Works 
Carney Edward, cutter, 53 W. 4th 
Carney Edward, huckster, rear of 282 

Main 
Carney Ellen. 116 E. 4th 
Carney Ellen, laundress, e.s. 6th E. of 

Baum 
Carney & Fox, (Daniel C. & Patrick F.) 

livery and sale stable, 19 E. Jth 
Carney James, wks. 30 Butler 
Carney James, cof. h., 13G W. Front 
Carney lames, eng., Burnet House 
Carney James, lab., 56 Kim 
Carney James F., teacher, bds. 38 E. 4th 
Carney John, lab., Burnet House 
Carney Mary, dress mkr., 128 E. 5th 
Carney Michael, grocer, 136 E. 6th 
Carney Michael, lab , 48 Wade 
Carney Patrick, lab., 193 Water 
Carney Patrick lab., h. rear of 175 Water 
Carney Patrick, salesman, bds. 414 Syca- 
more 
Carney T.,'driver,wks. s.wc. Central av. 

and Front 
Carney Tiios., lab., 136 E 6th 
Carney Thos. C, salesman, 22 W. 5th, 

bds. 18 E. 5th 
Carney Timothy, lab., 251 Sycamore 
Carney Wm., horse shoe nail mkr , bds. 

2 New 
Carnighan Robert, upholsterer, 99 Park 
Carnighan W. W., 171 Vine, h. 267 Pop- 
lar 

Cams , brass finisher,bds. 138 Long- 

worth 
Cams Margaret, laundress, 132 W. Front 
Cams Wm., lab., 170 W. 2d 
Caret Gerhart, lab., 100 Bank 
Carothers J. S., restaurant, 21 and 23 E. 

Pearl 
Carothers Wm., horse dealer, 494 W. 4th 
Caroty John, confec, 7 Walnut, h. un- 
der Spencer House 
Carp George stone cutter, 444 Linn 
Carpenter Chas , painter, bds. 90 Ev- 
erett 
Carpenter Chas.. wks. 49 E. 3d 
Carpenter Charlotte, s.w.c. Richmond &: 

Central av 
Carpenter &. Ford, (Isaac B. C. & Smith 

¥.) tobacco factors, 14 W. Front 
Carpenter George, carp., 70 Laurel 
Cai-penter Horace E., salesman, 62 W, 

4th,h. 46W. 9th 
Carpenter Isaac B., (C. & Ford.) 4G 

W. 9th 
Carpenter J. B., carp., wks. n.w.c. John 

and Laurel 
Carpenter J. H., bds. Bevis House 
Carpenter Jacob, shoe mkr., bds. 220 

Cutter 
Carpenter Jennie, bds. s.e.c. 6th and 

Smith 
Carpenter Joseph, carp., bds. 70 Laurel 
Carpenter Lewis, cal). mkr. ,206 Hopkins 
Carpenter Luther, brk. layer, 275 Wal- 
nut 
Carpenter M. K., millwright, 6 12th 
Carpenter Marlon, arabrotype and pho- 
tographs, gallery, 20 W. 5th, h. Mt 
Auburn 
Carpenter Mary, tailoress, 117 Mound 



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I p{ ARPENTER SAMUEL S., 

I I Attorney at Law, 23 W. 3d, 

^ h, Springfield Tp 
' Carpenter Wm., paper hanger, 117 

Mound 
, CAKPE.NTER Wm. W., (Wm. W. C. & 
Co.) 4^3 Broadway 
ARPENTER W.M. W. & CO., 
(Wm. W. C. &. Henry Schlotman,) 
enetian Blind &. Window Shades, 
82 ^V. Gth 

Carr . elk., bds. 264 Elm 

Carr A. S., type caster, h. 161 Hopkins 

Carr Catharine, housekeeper, at South- 
gate House 

Carr Elizabeth, 310 Cutter 

Carr Elizabeth, seamstress. Berk b.Wal- 
don and Broad 

Carr Ellen, servant, 3S6 W. 6th W. of 
Central av 

CARR Fred M., (Clark & C.) Newport 

Carr George W., constable, 127 Race 

CarrH.R.,bds.58 W.6th 

Carr Henry L., salesman, 64 Walnut, 
bds. n.e.c. Elm and 7th 

Carr James, boatman, 16 Union 

Carr James, peddler, 464 W. 5th 

Carr John, 130 Baum 

Carr John, cooper, 3G North 

Carr John, dray., 16 Charles 

Carr John, lab., 112 W. Pearl 

Carr John, supt. Nixon & Chatfield's 
paper mill. 284 Broadway 

Carr John W., brk layer. Berk b. Wal- 
don and Broad 

Carr Margaret, laundress, at Commer- 
cial Hospital 

Carr Marinda, dress mkr., 637 W. 8th 

Carr Mary, 649 Elm 

Carr Mary, Phoebe b. Plum and Cen- 
tral av 

Carr Michael, lab., 30 Lock 

Carr Moses, white washer, 27 Avery 

Carr Peter, lab., e.s. Race nr. Pearl 

Carr Thomas, plasterer, wks. 47 E. 4th 

Carr Wm., barber, nr. n.w.c. Elm and 
Front, h. 48 Water 

Carragan Michael, elk., bds. 209 Cen- 
tral av 
Carran Wm. F., bik. smith, 29 Parson 

Carrel Edward T., printer, n.e.c. Pike 
and Consress 

NTHONY L., 



CARRICK A^ 
Physician, 
2C6 Broat 

c- 



■oadway 
ARRICK DAVID S., Saddle, Har- 
ness and Trunk Maker, 102 Main, 
h.293 Richmond 
Carrigan Ellen, servant, 276 W, 7th 
Canigan Hugh, plasterer, 401 W. 7th 
Carrigan J. W., elk., n.e.c. 8th and Cen- 
tral av., h. 2011 Richmond 
Carrigan James, lab., bds. 512 W. Front 
Carrigan John, tailor, 860 E. Front 
Carrigan Kate, 361 W. 4th 
Carrigan Martin, maltster, 41 Elm 
Carrigan Martin, bds. n.w.c. Central av 

and 2d 
Carrigan Maiy, c. Cherry al. and Cen- 
tral av 
Carrigan Philip, lab., bds. 115 Elm 
Carrigan Stephen, boatman, 185 W. 4th 
Carrigan Thomas, lab., w. s. Central av. 

b. 2d and Pearl 
Carriger Peter, carp., Fulton b. Hazen 

and French 
Carringer Wm., ship carp., Fulton b. 

French and Hazen 
Carroll Mdlle., recluse, Convent of the 
Good Shepherd 

Carroll , 649 W. Front 

Carroll A. F., varnisher, wks. 41 Park 

Carroll Alice, bds. 3L'5 Race 

Carroll Bernard, lab., 654 W. 8th 

Carroll Bridget, 275 W. 6th 

Carroll Catharine, 122 W. 9th, up stairs 

Carroll Charles, b.k., 51 W. Pront, h. 

400 W. 3d 
Carroll Chas., carp., 62 Pike 
Carroll Chas., porter. Enquirer office"' 
Carroll David, 478 W. 4th 
Carroll Daniel, 16 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Carroll Elizabeth, grocer, 40 Lock 
Carroll Ellen, n.w.c. Vine and5th 
Carroll i;ilen, seamstress. 10 E. bth e. of 
Lock 



Carroll H., carp., bds. Indiana House, 

J.J9 VV'.Sth 
Carroll Hamilton, drav.,77 Walnut 
Carroll Helen, servt., 125 W. 5th 
Carroll Hy., fireman, No. 4 Sycamore b. 

7th and Sth 
Carroll James, porter,21 E. 2d, h. Ayon- 

dale road 
Can-oil Johana, saloon, 97 Central av 
Carroll John, butcher, 162 Poplar 
Carroll John, cof. h., 103 Carr ' 
Carroll John, currier, 22 York 
Carroll tohn, currier, 32 Lock 
Carroll John, lab., 352 Main 
Carroll John, lab., 42 Lock 
Carroll John, shoemkr.. 396 Broadway 
Carroll Margaret, laundress, 32 Lock 
Carroll Martin, lithographer, 14 E. 4th, 

h. Avondale 
CaiToll Mary, bds. 305 Race 
Carroll Mary, laundress, Accommodation 

b. Gth and Sth 
Carroll Mary, laundress, 42 Lock 
Carroll Mary, tailoress, 438 W. Sth 
Carroll Michael, servt., Burnet House 
Carroll Michael, lab., 15 W. Court w, of 

Central av 
Carroll Michael, 2.57 Central av 
Carroll Michael, waiter, Burnet House 
Carroll Owen, porter, 21 E. 2d, h. Avon- 
dale road 
Carroll P. F., steward, Spencer House 
Carroll P. J., lab., bds. 4t0 W. Front 
Carroll Patrick, lab., 34 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Carroll Patrick, lab., 238 Water 
Carroll Patrick, lab., Front nr. Leather- 
bury Road 
Carroll Patrick, ship carp., 1250 E. Front 
Carroll Randolph, eng., 9 Race 
Carroll Reuben, upholsterer, bds. HOW. 

6th 
Carroll Robt., finisher, bds. 62 Pearl 
CARROLL Robert W., (Rickey, Malloiy 

& Co.) 364 W. 6th 
Carroll Samuel, s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Carroll T., carriase mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Miller & Son's) 
Carroll Thomas, biksmith, 32 New- 
Carroll Thomas, horse dealer. 21 Lock 
Carroll Thomas, phys., 364 W. 6th 
Carroll Thos., porter, 21 E. 2d, h. Avon- 
dale Road 
Carroll Timothy, shoemkr., 306 Broad- 
way 
Carroll Wm., grocery, s.w.c. 3d and 

Central av 
CARROLL Wm. (Hall, C. &. Co.f, 400 

W. 3d 
Carrolton Mary Ann, seamstress, 37 Bit- 

tenhouse 
Carrothers M., fancy and notion dealer, 

220 W. 5th. bds. 221 Longworth 
Carrott John, slate roofer, bds. c. 4th 

and Race 
Carruth Andrew, carriage mkr., Canal 

nr. Central av 
Carruth Andrew, millwright, n.s. Canal 

nr. Central av 
Carry Patrick, moulder, bds. 114 Hunt 
Carry Philip, painter, bds. 114 Hunt 
Carson Cl.'iy, elk., 401 W. 8th 
Carson Dennis, dray., 127 £. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Carson & Dexter (J. C. & H. D.) w.s. 

Freeman b. Everett and Wade 
Carson Ellen, 299 John 
CARSON Enoch T., (McIIenry & C.), 

68 W. 9thw. of Central av 
Carson H. C, elk., C.,H. & D. R. E., 

h. 401 W. Sth 
Carson J. (C. & Dexter), res. Warsaw 
Carson John, plumber bds. 299 John 
Carson Margaret, 414 W. Sth w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Carson Mary, rear 87 3Iartin 
Carson Oliver, yard master, C, H. & D. 

depot, 401 W.Sth 
Carson Rachel, teacher, 414 W. 9th 
Carson Robert, carp.. 414 W. 9th w- of 

Central av 
Carson W., cai-p., 346 Clark 
Carson Wm., 355 Elm 
Carson Wm., carp., 414 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Carson Wm., phys., n.e.c. 3d and Broad- 
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Carson Wm. L., (Wilson & C) Green 
tp 

Carstairs David, salesman, 162 W. 5th 

Cart Joseph, peddler, 116 E. 6th 

Carter , bds. 4 Harrison 

Carter Albert G. W., Judge of Com. 
Pleas Court, bds. 290 Longworth 

Carter Ann, matron, Cin. Orphan Asy- 
lum, Elm b. 12th and i4th 

Carter Charles G., 28 W. 7th 

Carter Debra Ilartlett, 105 Longworth 

CARTKR E. HENRY, Pres. Union 
Ics. Co. .office, 5 Pub. Landing, h. 
Storrs tp 
Carter F. A., butcher, 113>a Baymiller 
Carter Fred., cof. h.,20 Hathanay 
Carter Geo., cab. mUr.,bds. 441 W. 2d 
Carter George, moulder, s.wc. 3d and 

Smith 
Carter Geo. W., 28 Elizabeth_^ 
Carter lly., cab. mkr., wks. 27 E. 3d 
Carter lly., eng., 70 Lock 
Carter lly., hatter, 5th ur. Canal 
CAKTER James II. (C. &. Liudscy,) 80 

W. 8th 
Carter James, boots and shoes, 230 W, 

5lh 
Carter John, carp., 112 Richmond 
Carter John, chair mkr., wks. s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Carter John, mach., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 

CIARTER JOHN H.. Agent, U. S. 
I Despatch Co., s.w.c. 3d and Main, 
' h. 28 W. 7th 
Carter John S . , lab.. 5 Pine 
Carter John W. (MulUu & C.) 161 

Riclimond 
Carter Joseph, 26 E. 4th 
Carter Mrs. Joseph, milliner, 26 E. 4th 

CARTER JOSEPH U., Manufacturer 
and Dealer in Stoves, Tinware, &.C. 
20\V.ath 
Carter Lewis S., elk.. County Auditor's 
office, bds. c. 9th and Walnut 

CARTER & LINDSEY (James II. 
C. &. Henry K. L.) Agents, Mtaa. 
Insurance Co., 171 Viae 

Carter M. II., 28 W. 7th 

Carter Mary, 408 W. 4th 

Carter Matilda H., 28 W. 7th 

Carterll. C.,phys., 112George 

Carter Richard N., printer, 406 W. 4th 

Carter Samuel B.,atty., n.w.c. Court and 
Main, n. 64 W. Court w. of Central 
av 

Carter Samuel R., secy. Firemen's Insu- 
rance Co., Oflice n.e.c. Main and 
Front, h. 187 George 

Carter T. P., b.k., res. Covington 

Carter Thos. P., b.k., 195 Longworth 

CARTER W. Byron, (Erwin & C.) 290 
Longworth 

Carter Wm., house furnishing store, 32 
& 34 E. 5th and 13 & 15 E. 3d, h. 
110 Everett 

Carter Wm., lab., a1. b. 5th and 6th and 
Main and Walnut 

Carter Wm., potter, wks. Brighton Pot 
tery 

Carterlion Benj., stencil cutter, w.s. Bay- 
miller b. George and Barr 

Carterman Susan, 17 Freeman 

Cartney Peter, sadddler, ne.s' Arsonep 

b. Mill and Park 

Cartwright Chester, street car driver, 62 

Hathaway 
Cartwright John, bds., Bevis House 
Carty Evan B., carp., 'JQ W. 7th 
Carty Patrick, servt., Madison House 
Carver 412 W. 4th 
Carver James M., elk., 46 Pub. Landing, 

bds. Covington 
Carver John H., tailor, Stone b. 5th and 

6th 
Cai-ver L. R., salesman, 219 Walnut, h. 

c. Franklin and Broadway 
Carver Thos. M., block mkr., 63 E. 3d, 

res. Covington 
Carver Wm.H., hat block mkr., 63E. 3d, 

res. Covington 
Carrey Thomas, cab. mkr., bds. 76 W. 

Front 
Carvin J., cof. h., 587 W. 5th 
Cai-waltC, wks. 69 E. Front 
Carwick Mary, servt., 198 Richmond 



Gary Bridget, servt., Burnet House 
Gary Ellen, servt., Burnet House 
Gary Joseph H., conductor, street cars, 

114 Laurel 
Gary Olive, hat trimmer, 194 W. 9th w. 

of Central av. 
Gary Thos., fionr inspector, 388 W. 7th 
Gary William, carp., w.s. Race b. 5th and 

6 th 
Gary Wm. W., hatter, 95 W. 3d 
Casander Jacob, cab. mkr., 66 Clay 
Cascaden Alexander, foreman 196 W. 

Pearl 
Case Dominick, porter, 33 Main, h. Lud- 
low, Ky. 
Case Jacob, stone cutter, 212 Laurel 
Case John N., cigar mkr., bds. Mueller's 

Hotel 
Case Lewis L., mach., 23 Gano 
Casevant Louis, shoemkr., bds. 281 Cen- 
tral av. 
Casey M'dlle, recluse Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
Casey Bridget, servt., Burnet House 
Casey Edward, huckster, 12 Pancoast al 
Casey Eliza, servt, Walnut StreetHouse 
Casey G. M., salesman, 349 W. 7th 
Casey llanora, seamstress, n.w.c. Rail- 
road and Kelly 
Casey James, second hand building ma- 
terial, 356 Central av. 
Casey Jas., sheet iron worker, s.s. 3d b. 

Kilgourand M. Canal 
Casey John, cooper, s.s. 3d b. Kilgour 

and M. Canal 
Casey John, lab., M. Canal b. 8th and 

9th 
Casey John, lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Kelley 
Casey John L., 4 Baker 
Casey Margaret, 95 Woodward 
Casey Maria, 101 Park 
Casey Mary, M. Canal b. 8th and Court 
Casey Mary J., dress mkr., 53 George 
Casey Martin, servt., Ill Pike 
Casey Matthew lab., 706 E. Front 
Casey Matthew, lab., bds. 49 Race 
Casey Michael, 706 E. Front 
Casey Michael, watchman, 20 Lock 
Casey Patrick, hackman, 20 W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
Casey Peter, moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Casey Robert, carter, wks. s.e.c. Central 

av. and Water 
Casey Robert, lab., 219 W. Front 
Casey Wm., carp., 182 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Casey Wm., carriage trimmer, SOMcFar- 

land 
Casey Wm., moulder, 59 W. Court 

ASHEN WILLIAM, 
Family Grocer, 
2(W W. 7th 
CashiUWm. H.,lab.,59E. 7th 
Cashin John, lab., Lebanon Road 
Cashin Thos., bolt mkr., 188 Cutter 
C ashman Mary 29 Rittenhouse 
Cashman Wm., cart builder, s.w.c. Elm 

and 2d 
Caskey Foliver F., b.k., 575 Freeman 
CasUn Christopher, dray bds. s.w.c. 6th 

and Plum 
Casner William, cof. h., Sargent b. Free- 
man and Carr 
Casner Wm., stone cutter, 134 Clark 
Caspar! Peter, (Hoffman & C.) 
Casper Chas., cap mkr., 301 Central av. 
Casper Lewis, stone cutter, 21 Bank 
Casper Simon, porter, 8 £. 2d 
Cass Frank, shoemkr., n.w.c. George 

and Cutter 
Cass Geo., c. Plnm and Wade 
Cass Patrick, carp., w.s. Central av. b. 

2d and Pearl 
Cass Samuel D., clk„ 257 Centra! av. 
Cassabum Fred., stone cutter, bds. 478 

vV. 5th 
Cassaday James, bk. binder, 143 Mound 
Cassaday Patrick, sawyer, W. 6th b. Har- 
riet and Home 
Cassady Ann 132 W. 6th 
Cassady & Glass, (James C. & Wm. H. 

G.) confec, 26 Vine 
Cassady James, lab., W. 6th b. Harriet 
and Ilorne 



Cassady Harrem, 158 Spring 
Cassady James, (C & Glass.) 26 Vine 
Cassady Joel, house roofer, 400 W. 5th 
Cassady John, servt., bds, 93 E. 3d 
Cassady Patrick, lab., W. 6th b. Harriet 

and Home 
Cassady Wm., elk., 19 Webb 
Cassard James D., elk., 40 W. 4th, bds. 

J25 W. 5th 

CASSARD LEWIS, 
Pork Packer, 284 Sycamore 
res. Baltimore 
Cassat David C. 504 Main 
Cassedy James A., bk. binder, Methodist 

Book Concern, h. 143 Mound 
Cassedy L., wood dealer, n.w.c. Smith 

and Whitewater Canal, h. 158 Barr 
Casserner Jacob, carp., 96 Clay 
Cassiday Jas., Hand al. b. Clark and W. 

Court 
Cassiday Mary, seamstress, 183 Oliver 
Cassiday Rosanna, seamstress, ]«3 Oliver 
Cassidy Bridget, servt., 88 Baum 
Cassidy Bridget, dress mkr., 31 E. 7th 
Cassidy James, printer, 31 E. 7th 
Cassidy Jas., J., printer, 31 E. 7th 
Cassidy Kate, seamstress, 31 E. 7th 
Cassidy Mary, dress mkr , 31 E. 7th 
Cassidy Peter, mail agent, 72 W. Water 
Cassii'y Rose, seamstress, 31 E. 7th 
Cassidy Wm. 11., bk layer, s.w.c. 5th and 

Park 

CASSILLY CHAS. P., 
Lafayette Banking Company, 
63 E. 4th 

Cassilly J., packer, wks. 131 & 133 Race 

CassillyThos. A., elk., 44 Pub. Lauding 
bds. Broadway Hotel 

CASSILLY WilUam B.,(Bryson& Bro- 
ther,) 119 Broadway 

Cassman Edward, lab., Findlay b. John 
and Linn 

Cassman Thos., blksmilh, 188 Cutter 

Cassman Thos., moulder, wks. Broadway 
and Hunt 

Castady Catherine, 271 W. 7th 

Castel Mary, rear 174 Webb 

Castello John, lab., 151 VV. Canal 

Castello P., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 
Foundry 

Castello Patrick, lab., 151 W. Canal 

Castello Patrick, lab., C. H. & D. depot, 
h. 431 George 

Castle A. E., mess. U. S. Exp. Co. 

Castle Daniel, servt.. Walnut Street 
House 

Castle E. S., druggist, n.e.c. Linn and 
Clinton 

Castlow Peter, blksmith, 62 Accommoda- 
tion 

Casty Nicholas, dyer, wks. 265 Walnut 

Catharine Catharine, tailoress, e.s.6th n. 
of Baum 

Cathill John, pattern mkr., 272 W. 8th 
ATHOLIC INSTITUTE, 
n.w c. Vine and Longworth 

and 



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Cathrick Michael, bds. s.w.c. 

5th 
Catin Michael, lab., 72 Ham. Road 
Catina Martin, lab., 19 15th 
Catlow Robert, foreman, 142 E. Liberty 
Caton Thomas, lab., 106 E. 6th 
Cats Abraham, tailor, 531 Plum 
Catte Bernard, Deer Creek Valley 
Catton James, moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Catter Lewis, baker, wks. and .bds. 228 

W.eth 
Caty John, cigar mkr., 137 W. 5th 
Cauffra'm Samuel, carringe mkr., 55 

Webster 
Caughlen Wm., tinner, 42 Pub. Landing 

Ms. Newport 
Caughlin Thos., cof. b., n.e.c. North and 

New 
Caughlin Thos., lab., Langdon al. 6th and 

7th 
Caulk .Jas.. upholster, 168 Race 

CAVAGNA BARTHOLEMEW, 
Family Grocery and Bakery, 
31 W. 5th 
CAVAGNA PETER, 
salesman, 31 W. 5th, 
bds. 271 Race 
Cavan Thos., lab., 412 Sycamore 



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Cavanaugh Eliza,, tailoress, 1]3 George 
Cavanaugh &: Fox, (Michael C. & Barney 

F.) sale and t.ade stable, rear of 2-4 

E. 5ih 
Cavanaugh John, carver, h. 30 E. Front 
Cavanairgh John, finisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Elra anil Pearl 
Cavanaujh John, tailor, 102 Baymiller 
Cavanaugh Michael, (C. &. Fox,) 181 

Smith 
Cavananjrh Patrick, cutter. 53 W. 4th 
Cavanaugh Patrick, huckster, al. b. 4th 

and 5th nnd Central nv. and John 
Cavanangh Patrick, plasterer, 1D8 W.9th 

w. of Central av. 
Cavanaugh Thos., hostler, wks. n.w.c. 

Race and Elm 
Cavarly Sophia, w.s. St. Clair b. 8th and 

9th 
Cavell Tly., painter, s.w.c. Longworth 

and Central av. 
Cavan Wm., pattern mkr., bds. n.w.c. 

9th and Elm 
Cavenor John, blksmith, 219 W. Front 
Caver John, 1121 Central av. 
Caver Leander, salesman. 417 Broadway 
Cawess Louisa, servt, 438 Broadway 
Cawfield James, teamster, 42 E. 8th 
Cawood Chas. H., conductor, 0. & M. 

R.R. 
Caylor W., teamster, 51 Jones 
Ceel Fred., shoemker., rear 59 Martin 
Ceker Chas., 271 VV. 3d 
Celahan Patrick, tailor, 2G Broadway 
Cella Anthony, elk., bds. 80 Broadway 
Cellarhosk George, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Cellars M., laundress, 65 Oliver 
Center Ira S., cai-p. shop, 36 George, h. 

53 George 
Center Theodore, carp., wks. .56 George 
Centner Chris., cof. h., 27G W. Liberty 
Centner Philip, tobacconist, 87 W. Lib- 
erty 
Central Avenue House, 6S7 Central av 

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN HERALD, 
Office, 23 W. 4th 



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EKTRAL INSURANCE CO., 

5 Public Lauding 



Cerf Isaac, barber. 23 15th 

Cessar Hy., porter, HOMain 

Cessar John, porter, 140 Main 

Ceuk A.,3C3Cutter 

Chadwick B A., dray, 306 Water 

CHADWICK James B., (Walker. Free 

&:Co.)304 W. 4th 
Charmes De C.. printer, wks. 141 Main 
Chafllin John W., dray., 473 W. 7th 
Chalfant Francis P., tobacco dealer, 65 

and 67 \V . Front, h. Newj). rt 

CHALLEN JAMES R., Attorney at 
Law, Notary Public and Commis- 
sioner of Deeds, s.e.c. Vine and 
4th, h. Spring Garden 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, e.s. 
Walnut b. 4th and5th, 
(College Hall BIdg.) 
CHAMBERLAIN Addis E.(C.& Co.), 
h. 253 W. 7th 

CHAMBERLAIN t CO. (Addis E. 
C. & Obadiah N. Bush), Iron, 
Stoves and Hollow Ware, s.s. Hunt 
e. of Broadway, store, 51 and 53 
Tine 
Chamberlain Francis, bleacher, 243 W. 

5th 
Chamherlain J. W., plumber, bds. 184 

Race 
Chamherlain James L., salesman, 22 and 

24 Main,h. 117 Central av 
Chamberlain Mary, 170 Smith 
Chamberlain Theodore, elk., Adams Ex- 
press Co., res. Newport 
CHAMBERLAIN WM. G., 
Pressman, 167 Walnut, 
h. Clifton 
Chamberlin A., wks. 69 E. Front 
Chamberlin Benj. B., wood engraver,148 

Blain. Ms. 144 W. 4th 
Chamberlin J. C, elk., 87 Laurel 
Chamberlin J. C, cutter. 92 W. 4th, h. 

Covington 
Chamberlin Joseph, plumber, bds. w.s. 
Race b. 4th and 5th 



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Chamberlin L T , 87 Laurel 
ChamVierlin Milton B., elk., 17 Pub. 

Landing, h, 87 Laurel 
Chamberlin Wm. R., b.k , 574 W. 9th 
Chambers C C. & W. (Charles C. C. &. 

Wm. C ) dry goods. 63 E. Pearl 
Chambers Chas. C. (C. C. & W. C.) 53 

E. Pearl 
Chambers Eliza, bds. 47 Elizabeth 
Chambers Geo., boatman, 12 Commerce 
Ch.ambers Geo. W.. elk.. 246 W. 6th 
Chambers Jane E., 22 Perry 
CHAMBERS Josiah (C. Stevens & Co.) 

h. Aur'ira, Ind 
Chambers Mary F., 133 Mound 
Chambers Nicholas, grocer, 132 W. Front 
Chambers Pius, mach.. 191 Laurel 
Chambers Robert, millwright, 1294 E. 

Front 
Chambers Samuel F.. harnes.»mkr., wks. 

208 Main 

HAMBERS, STEVENS & CO., (T. 
Shotwell, Josiah C, Levi E. S., 
W. F. S. & Francis Wvmond.) Dry 
Goods; Wholesale, 23 W. Pearl 
Chambers Theodore, mach., 88 Barr 
Chambers Thomas, carp,, 134 Mound 
Chambers Wm., (C C. & W. C) Fulton 
Chambers Wm., sawyer, Barr al nr. River 
Champlin Chas. C, elk., 143 E. 3d 
Champlin Jno., elk., 45 E. 4th 
Champlin John M., elk., ne.c. 4th and 

SycRmore 
Champlin L.D., atty., 13 W. Court 
Champlin M. F., butter store, 243 Cen- 
tral av 
Chan Levi, elk., 40 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Chandler Edward A., b.k.. 25 W. Pearl, 

h. e.s. Plum b. 4th and 5th 
Chandldr John G., notary, 35 W. 3d 
Chandler Joseph, 81 Mill 
Chandler Louis L., lumber measurer, 563 

Sycamore 
Chaney Benj , wood turner, 472 W. 8th 
Chaney Geo., wood turner. 472 W. 8th 
Chaney Wm., carp., 187 W, Court w. of 

Central av 
HAPIN E. T., 
Grocer, 
s.w.c. Cutter and 6th 
CHAPIN N. J. (N. J. C.& Co.), bds. 

181 W.4th 

CHAPIN N. J. & CO., (N.J. C. & 
J. C- Hanover,) Real Estate, Note 
and Bill Brokers, 187 Walnut 

Chaplin Geo. D., comedian, bds. Burnet 
House 

Chapman Amos G., salesman, 47 W. 
Pearl, bds. 168 Elm 

Chapman Geo. M., b.k., 22 and 24 Main, 
h. Covington 

Chapman J. B.,bds. Gibson House 

Chapman John. carp.. 55 Clay 

Chapman John C.supt. Franklin Cotton 
Factory, h. 303 W. 3d 

Chapman John Q. A.billposterjEnqui- 
rer office, h. 55 Clay 

Chapman Lisetha, 128 Spring 

Chapman Maggie, servt., 138 Richmond 

Chapman Mary, 30 W. 5th 

Chapman N. B., wks. 69 E. Front 

CHAPMAN Noah II. (J. E. Wynne & 
Co. )bds Gibs I House 

CHAPMAN S. W., Freight Agent 
Cin. & Chicago Air Line R. R. 
131) Walnut, h. 135^ Linn 
Chapman Stephen G., b.k., 68 Walnut, 

h. Newport. Ky 
Chapman Thomas, .carp., 49 Provi- 
dence 
Chapman Wm., lab., SIoo al. nr. Carr 
Chapman Wm., bds. 89 E. 4th 
Chapman Wm. C, druggist, s.w.c. 6th 

and Vine 
Chappie Alfred W., tailor. Walnut Hills 
Chappie Allemon. h. W-alnut Hills 
Chappie John M.. tailor, w.s. Jlontgom- 

ery Road nr. Madison Road 
Charl Thomas, finisher, wks. 216 W.2d 
Charles F. W., bar k. at Olean Hotel, s.e. 

c. Central av. and Front 
Charles John, teamster, 347 Clark 
Charles Mary, seamstress, 135 Poplar 
Charter G3o., b.k., bds. Congress Ex- 
change 



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Chase Chas. W., deliveiy agt., London 
Printing and Pub. Co., s.w.c. 3d and 
Sycamore, h. Covington 

CHASE H. J., Agent, London Print- 
ing and Publishing Co., s.w.c. 3d 
and .Sycamore, h. Covington 
Chase Permilla, 26 McAllister 
Chase Reuben, 9 W. 4th 
Chase S. V., bds. 73 E. 5th 
Chase Wm., shoemkr., n.e.c. Linn and 

Poplar 
Chateau Fred., (Wm, Bey & Co.) 430 

Main 
CHATFIELD Wm, H. (Nixon, C- & 

Woods) 

283 W. Court 
Chatman Maria, 154 W. 8th 
Chattuck David, fireman, C, H. & D. R. 

R.,bds. 303 W. 6th 
Chavauche Jules, cook, St. Nicholas, n. 

w.c. Vine and Longworth 
Chears Geo., painter, bds. 12 E. Front 
Cheatam D., bk. mkr., wks. n.s. Kenner 

b. Garrard and Millcreek, h. 420 

Freeman 
CHEENEY John,(J.A. Fay & Co.) 120 

John 
Cheeseman Home., elk., 1. & C. R. R. 

Co 
Cheeseman M. H., gents' furnishing 

goods and shirt manuf., a.e.c. 4th & 

Walnut 
Cheeseman Wm., fireman, 272 Sycamore, 

h. 14 EIiz.Hbeth 
Cheeve David, shoemkr., 134 Butler 
Cheever A G., (A. G. C. & Co.) 134 E. 

5th 
Cheever A. G. & Co. (A. G. C. & Chas. 

HarUness) soap, candles and oil, M. 

Canal b. 5th and 6th, .store 11 W. 

Front 
Cheever C. E., elk., Niles Works, n.w.c. 

4tli and Sycamore 
Cheever Hy., 66 McFarland 
CHEEVER John M. (Kirk &C.) 66 Mc- 
Farland 
Cheldon Benj., driver, w.s. Butler nr. 

Front 
Cheney C, ss. David nr. John 
CHENOWETH J. Thomas, (J. S. Che- 

noweth & Co.) 92 E. 3d 

CHENOWETH J. S. & CO. (John S. 
C, .1". Thomas C. & John Everett) 
Com. Mers. 47 W. Front 
CHENOWETH Johns. (J. S. C.&Co.) 

Maysville. Ky 
Chenoweth Wm. B. (Swain & C), 322 

Clark 
Cherlen Michael, cof. h.,703 Main 
Cherlen Mver, cutter s.w.c. 3d and Vine, 

h. 703 Main 
Cheron Narasse, French burr stones, 6 

W. Front, h. 67 W. 9th 
Cherry B., boiler mkr., wks. n.e.c. Front 

and Butler 
Cherry E. V.. salesman, 140 Main, bds. 

204 AV. 4th 
CHESELDINE Samuel P., (Hammltt& 

C. bds. Walnut St. House 
Chesle Wm., bds. 29 W. 7th 

CHESTER IRA H., Tea & Gas Stove 
Agency, s.e.c. 5th and Walnut, up 
stairs, h. 272 W. 6th 
Chester Joseph, clergyman, 221 Laurel 
Chestnut T. 0., carp., bds. 192 Syca- 
more 
Chiappa A. (A. C & Co.) 58 Broadway 
Chiappa A. & Co., confec., 58 Broadway 
Chiappa Andrew, eonfec-, 5 E. Front, h. 

25 Pub. Landing 
Chick James, carp., 1070 Central av 
Chickering's Academy, George b. John 
and Central av 

CHIDLAW BENJAMIN W., Mission- 
ary, Supt. American S. School 
Union, 41 W. 4th, res. Cleves 
CHIDSEY Wm.,Ju3ticeof the Peace, 
20 W. 6th, 
h. 232 Richmond 
Child Geo. W., painter. 440 George 
Child Jacob S., lab., 440 George 
Child James W.. plasterer, 320 W. 6th 
Child John R., 27 W. 8th 
CHILD Warren H. (of Whetsel & Co.), 

27 W. 8th 
Childs Fanny, 244 Plum 



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Childs E. F., salesman, 53 W. Pearl, h. 

Covington 
Childs Jacob, 126 W. 9th 
Childs Joseph, 112 E. 3d 
Childs Joseph W., porter, U. S.Exp. Co. 

bils. Railroad House 
Chtlds M.. cai-p. and joiner, shop 40 E. 

2d, res.Covinston 
Childs Solomon, 2U Ueorfre 
Childs T., lab., wks. Wood b. 3d and 5th 
Childs Thomas, helper, rear 39 Plum 
Childs Wm. K., h 428Broadwa}' 
ChilenburK J., cooper, wks. 134 Wade 
Chinlenff Annis, carp.. 310 Cutter 

CHIPMAN CtILLESPIE & CO., (H. 
G., Geo. a.. JohnS.Guisinger, W. 
D. Chipman,) Commission Mer- 
chants. 15 Whitewater Canal Basin 
CHIPMAN H. D., CC, Gillespie & Co.) 

Ifil Linn 
CHIPMAN W. D., (C, Gillespie & Co.) 

454 W. 3d 
Chirardelli Jerome, confec, 93 Pike 
Chisholm Elizabeth, laundress, 238 Ac- 
commodation 
Chisholm Geo , carp , 45] W.Pth w. of 

Central av., h. 424 W. 8th 
Chisholm Sarah, 76^ Barr 
Chisman Emma, seamstress, IIGG E. 

front 
Chisman H., elk., Ind. & Cine. Depot 
Chisman Rachel, 116G E. Front 
Chister Mile., recluse, Convent of the 

Good .Shepherd 
Chitister W., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Cen- 
tral av. and Front 
Cholar C, widow, 460 W. 8th 
Choate Alda. nurse, 526 W. 3d 
Choate Alonzo B., box manufac, 297 

Findlay 
CHOATE Alonzo, (C. &. Evans.) 52 
Retts 

CHOATE & EVANS, 
(Alnnzo C. & Peter E..) 
Box Manufacturers, 567 Race 

Choliwits . elk., ]3 Jones 

Chonasler John, carp.. 47 Jones 
Chrall Louis, bds. 217 Plum 
Chrem L., lab., 150 Everett 
CHreslink Bernard, box mkr.,316 Findlay 
Chrismnn Daniel, carp., 10 Pleasant 
Chrisman Peter F., policeman, 627 W. 

7th 
Chrispin Daniel, carp., 10 Pleasant 
Christ C. grocer, 277 Freeman 
Christ Edward, turner, 323 Pleasant 
Christ John, lab., Broadway Exchange 
Christ Peter, tanner. 263 Pleasant 
CHRISTIAN Geo. H., (J. E. Wynne & 

Co.,) at Mt. Auburn 
Christian John, carder, 6o4 E. Front 
Christian John, grocer, 654 E. Front 
Christian John, wagon mkr., 160 W. 

Front 

CHRISTIAN LUMINARY, 
Rev. John Boggs Editor and Pub- 
lisher, Office 2.3 W. 4th, up stairs 
Christian Martin, wagon mkr., 105 AV. 2d 
Christian Meyer, foreman at H Meinin- 
ger's, s.s. Front below Jamestown 
Feriy 
Christi;-,n Peter, lab., rear 72 Richmond 

CHRISTIAN PRESS. (Monthly,) 
Dr. Geo. L. Weed, Editor, 
28 W. 4th 
Christiana Theodore, cab. mkr., wks. 5 

Augusta 
Christie B.. blksmith, 146 W. 6th 
Christie Ebenezer. bakery, 146 W. 6th 
Christie Hy., driver. 53 Blizabeth 
Christie J., elk., L. M. R R. Depot 
Christie Jas., wks. 4U E. 3d 
Christie S.L., elk., 31 Water, h. Coving- 
ton 
Christie Theodore, bds. 38 W. 6th 
Christman Jacob, blksmith. 228 Clinton 
Christmann Prank, lab., c. Pearl and 

Kilgour 
Christmer John, 479 Main 
Christmyer George, carp., n.w.c. Vine 

and Elder 
Christof John, blksmith, 227 E. 5th, e. 

of Lock 
Christopher Alex., collector, 243 Laurel 
Christripber A. C., carp., s.e.c. Clinton 
and John 8 



Christopher Alfred H., com. mer., 20 W. 

Front 
Christopher H. S., elk., U. S. Hotel, c. 

6th and Walnut 
Christopher J., butcher, stall No. 23 

Court street market 
Christopher01iver,City R.R. conductor, 

189 Poplar 
Christopher Wm., cig. mkr., 6 Hamer 
Christopher Wm. L., tinner, 112 E. 

Liberty 
Christy Alida, seamstress, 2d near Park 
Christy David, geologist, bds. Burnet 

House 
Christy John, boiler mkr., wks. n.e.c. 

Front and Butler 
Christy John, 186 E. Pearl e. of Broad- 
way 
Chroder Fred., lab., 174 E. 5th 
Churchey Patrick, carp., Lebanon Road 
Chuck Ann, Pleasant Court, b. Race and 

Elm 
Chude John, lab., wks. c. 8th and Cul- 
vert, res. 65 E. 8th 
Chumard John, earriaze mkr., 92 E. 5th 
Chumhly Frank, cart driver, Sloo al. nr. 

Carr 
Chumley Armstrong, policeman, 81 

Clinton 
Chumley Mary, bds. 158 Cutter 
Chumney Franklin, wks. n.w.c. Race 

and Court, h. Freeman 

Church , printer, bds. HOW. 6th 

Church II. E., P. 0. news stand, s.w.c. 

4th and Vine, h. 225 W. 6th 

CHURCH JOHN, Jr., 
Publisher and Dealer in Music, 66 
W. 4th, bds. Burnet House 
Church Wm.. brklayer, bds. 109 W. .5th 
Church Wm.F., adjuster JEtnalns. Co., 

171 Vine 
Churchill Alonzo W., liquor inspector, 

361 Walnut, h. 175 Mound 
Churchill Benjamin P., delivery elk. P. 

0., 160 Lons worth 
Churchill Franklin, elk. Allen & Co's, 

h. 333 Clark (Clark 

Churchill G. W., basgage master, 333 
Chute John, lab., 63 E. 8th 
Chwab Geo., bar k., 437 Vine 
Ciarlo Jos., fruit .stand, U. S. Custom 

House, res. 34ii W. 5th 
Cider C., lab.. 1.50 Everett 
Cilley Hy., elk., 24 Main, bds 162 Main 
Cimmer Frank, varnisher. 370 VV. .5th 

CINCINNATI CHEMICAL LABOR- 
ATORY. Eusrene Grasselli, Propr. 
junction E. Front and Pearl 

CINCINNATI CHESS CLUB, 
Room 6, corner 4th and Walnut 



INCTNNATI & CHICAGO R. R. 

OFFICE, 73 W. 3d, 
D. B. Lupton, Secretary 
INCINNATI & CHICAGO AIR 

LINE R. R. FREIGHT OFFICK, 

130 Walnut, S. W. Chapman, Gen'l 

Freight Asent 
INCINNATI COURIER, 

74 W. 3d, b. Walnut and Vine 

INCTNNATI DETECTIVE PO- 
LICE AGENCY, n.w.c. 3d and 
Jlain. Bank Building 

INCINNATI DIRECTORY 
Office, 

194 Walnut 

INCINNATI ENQUIRER, 
n.e.c. Vine and Burnet 



CINCINNATI EQUITABLE IN- 
SURANCE CO. of Cincinnati, 30 
W. 3d. (G. Taylor, Pres., Joseph 
K. Smith. Secretary) 

CINCINNATI FEMALE SEMINA- 
RY, M. Sayler & Nelson Sayler, 
s.w.c. of 7th and Mound 
('i INCINNATI FIRE DEPARTMENT 
j Chief Engineers Office n.s. George 
^ b. Plum and Central av. 
CINCINNATI FUEL CO., 
103 E. 3d 



CINCINNATI GAZETTE CO., (Jos. 
Glenn Richard Smith. E. T. Kidd, 
Wm. H. Johnston & J. T. Perry,) 
n.e c.AMneand Fourth 

CINCINNATI, n. & D., L. M., and 
all connecting R. R.'s, Office, A. 
Pettibone, Ag't, s.w.c. Vine and 
Bnker. b. Burnet House and P. O. 

CINCINNATI, HAMILTON &DAY- 
TON R. R. TICKET OFFICE, 
c. Front and Broadway 
CINCINNATI HERALD. (Weekly.) 
13 W. 4tli, Lapham &c Bro. Editors 
and Proprietors 
Cincinnati House, John Friedlein propr. 

55 Sycamore 
Cincinnati House, Rodenberg Henry, 
c. Harrison av. and Western av. 

CINCINNATI HOUSE OF REFUGE. 
Office No. 7 Apollo Bklg, n.w.c. of 
5th and Walnut, W, Leu.hstrom 
Secretary 

CINCINNATI INSURANCE CO., 
4 Public Landing 

UNCINNATI LANCET AND OB- 
SERVER, 130 Richmond 

CINCINNAI'I LAW LIBRARY, 
Rooms Court House Building 

CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL, 
Times Building, n.s. 3d b. Walnut 
and Vine. M. E. Curwen Dean of 
Faculty 

CINCINNATI LEAD WORKS. 
McCormick. Gibson & Co., Prop's, 
s.s. 9th b. Main and Sycamore 
CINCINNATI & NEAV ORLEANS 
PILOT'S BENEVOLENT ASSO- 
CIATION. 7 Public Landing 
CINCINNATI OIL WORKS, 
Burckhardt & Co., 12 Hammond, 
S des-room H 7 Sycamore 
CINCINNATI ORPHAN ASYLUM, 
w.s. Elm b. Grant and 14th 



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CINCINNATI POST OFFICE, 
s.w.e. 4th and Vine 



INCINNATI PRESS, 
Vine, opposite Custom House 



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CINCINNATI PRICE CURRENT, 
Office Merchants Exchange, Wm. 
C Smith Proprietor 
INCINNATI REPUBLICANER, 
428 Main 



INCINNATI & ST. LOUIS OM 
NIBUS CO., 1 Buinet House 

INCINNATI AND ST. LOUIS PI- 
LOT'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA- 
TION, 7 Public Landing 

INCINNATI STONE WORKS, 
c. 3d and Canal, and e. Richmond 
and Linn 

INCINNATI STREET R. R. OF- 
FICE, 111 Vine 

INCINNATI TIMES, 
62 W. 3d 

( I INCINNATI TRUSS, Brace and 
^^ Bandaie Institute, Louis Wocher 

C Proprietor, 318 Main 
INCINN.A.Tl TYPE FOUNDRY, 
s.w.e. Longworth and Vine 



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INCINNATI GAS LIGHT& COKE 
COMPANY, 
269 Vine 



INCINNATI VOLKSBLATT, 
9. W. Court 



INCINNATI VOLKSFREUND, 
s.w.c. Longworth and Vine 



INCINNATI WEEKLY BANK 
NOTE REPORTER, 4 W. 3d 



CINCINNATI, WILMINGTON AND 
ZANESVILLE R. U., s.w.c. of 3d 
anil Svcamore 
, CINNAMO.V John, com. mer., 40 Wal- 
I nut, h. Walnut Hills 

Ciotti Anthony, carp., St. Xavier College 



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Cipher Christian, cooper, Findlay b. 
Baymiller and Liim 

CIST CHARLE3 E., 
Clerk Court of Common Pleas, 
Office Coart H.mse. res. 89 £. 4th 
Ci3t Geo., eng., 444 W, Front 
Cist Henry M., law student and notary, 
17 W. 3d 

CITIZENS INSURANCE CG., 
Office 18 Main 

Citter John, lab., 172 Everett 

C'i ITY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 
I City Buildings 



ITY BUILDINGS, 

n.s. 8th b. Plum and Central av. 



ITY CIVIL ENGINEER, 

Office City Buildings 



ITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 
City Buildings 



ITY COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, 

Office City Buildings 



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CITY HALL AND MAYOR'SOFFICE 
n.s. Bth b. Plum and Central ar. 

CITY INFIRMARY, 
Office w.s. Plum b. 7th and 8th 

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CITVr PRISON, 
n.s. 9th b. Plum and Central av. 



ITY INSURANCE CO., 

8 Pubhc Liuidiiig 



ITY PASSENGER ] 
FICE, 32 W. 4th 



ITY TREASURER, 

Office City Buildings 



ITY WATER WORKS, 
Front, opposite L. M. R. R. Depot 



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CLAASEN Chas., (C C. & Wolbert C.) 
Vine St. Hill 

CLAASKN CHAS. & WOLBERT, 
Brush Manufacturer's, 
578 Main 
CLAASEN Wolbert, (Chas. & Wolbert 

C.) 578 Main 
Claberg John, lab., Front above Railroad 

crossing 
Claflin Buckman, 371 W. 6th 
Claggett Thomas, elk., 79 W. Pearl, h. 

55 Sycamore 
Clainsler. James, striker, Baum b. 3d 

and 5th 
Clamper B., moulder, wks. s.w.c. 7th 

and Smith 
Clamper Geo., moulder, wks. s.w c. 7th 

and Smith 
Clampett Wm., pressman, 55 Plum 
Clamplett Wm. G., pressman, 73 W. 3d, 

h. 55 Plum 
Clancy , ward robe keeper, National 

Theatre 
Clancy John, carp., s.s. 3d b. Kilgour & 

M. Canal 
Clancy Mary Ann R., 49 E. 3d 
Clancy Mathilde, 158 Spring 
Clancy Michael, lab., '269 Central av 
Clancy Michael, painter, 245 Cutter 
Clangy Ja.«.. bds. 618 W. 6th 
Cl.ipp W. B., watches, jewelry, &c., 81 

VV. 4th. bds. Spencer House 
Clapper Wm ,carp., t46 li. Front 
Clara Timnthv, mach., bds. at 7 Pierson 
Clare Andrew, lab , 50 E. 7th 
Clare Henry, carp. 72 Rittenhouse 
ClareJohn, cutter, s.w-c. 3d and Vine, 

h. 86 Mill 
Clare Rudolph, lab., s.e.c. Rittenhouse 

and Clark 
Clarey Bridget. 90 E. 3d 
CLirey Dsniel. lab., wks. Gas Works 
Clarey Michael, shoemkr., bds. 29 Kos- 
suth 
Clarey Patrick, cooper, c. Gth and Lock 
Clarey Roda, stone cutter, 71 Kilgour 
Clarey Winuifred, miliiier,71 Kilgour 
Claridge John, cooper, 343 Central av 



Clari.ige J., lab., wks. lud. and Cin" 

Depot 

Clark ,42 E. 5th 

Clark , n-ws dealer, bds. 435 W. 5th 

Clark , shoemkr., bds. 83 Sycamora 

Clark , bds. 138 Longworfi 

Clark A. B., com. mer., 29 Walnut, h 

Newport 
CLARK A. B., (C. & Carr.) Newport 
CLARK Alexander, (Gasten, Dickson & 

Wallingford,)bds. Walnut St. House 
Clark Alexander P., boots and shoes, 

338>4 W. 5th 
Clark Alvin B., elk.. Ill W. 6th, h. e. 

s. Vine b. 8th and 9th 
Clark Andrew, dray., 281 John 
Clark Asa A., b.k., Daily Times, h. E. 

Walnut Hills 
Clark Augustin F., tobacconist, 174 W. 

Front 
Clark Bernard, 339 Central av 
Clark Benjamin, wood turner shop, 150 

W. 6th 
Clark C. M., scale mkr., h. 219 Rich- 
mond 
Clark Caleb, sawyer, 6th b. Harriet and 

Home 

CLARK & CARR, (A. B. C. & F. 
M. C.) Commission Merchants, 
29 Walnut 
Clark Catharine, 196 Broadway 
Clark Charles, painter, bds. Ludlow 

House 
Clark Charles, sawyer, Goodloe b. Reed 

and William 
Clark Charles, shoe mkr., 338 Accom- 
modation 
Clark Chas. E., barber. No. 4 Burnet 

House, h. 23 Harrison 
Clark Chas. M., produce dealer, 101 

Mound 
Clark Chas. T., car trimmer, wks. 9 

E. 6th 
Clark Charles W.,shoemkr., 338 Accom- 

mod:itiou 
Clark Chester M., painter, n.e.c. 3d and 

Race, h 22 Barr 
CLARK Clem. M., (Bogart Sl C.) rear 

125 E. Liberty 
Clark Daniel, carriage mkr , 59 New 
Clark Daniel .M., 91 Milton 
Clark Daniel M., (J F. Clark & Co.) 46 

E.3d 

CLARK DAVIS W., 
Editor Ladies' Repository, 
s.w.c. 8th & Main, h. 139 W. 9th 

Clark Dennis, lab., s.s. Fulton b. Wash- 
ington and Weeks 

Clark Dennis, lab., rear of 766 E. Front 

Clark E. B., carp., 328 Cutter 

Clark Edward A., salesman, n.e.c. 4th 
and Main, bds. Zimmerman House 

Clark Elizabeth, laundress, 42 E. 6th 

Clark Ellen, 67 E. 3d 

Clark Ellen, 174 W. Front 

Clark Elliott, barber, 9 Broadway, h. 28 
Harrison 

Clark Erastus, freight agt. L. M. R. R., 
h. 45 Ellen 

Clark F., trimmer, 143 Walnut, h. 303 
Central av 

Clark Fanny, servant, fith b. Broadway 
and Culvert 

CLARK FRANK, 
A'jent American Express Co., 
52 E. 3d, h. Newport. Ky. 
Clark Fanny J., teacher, 7th District 

School, h. E. Walnut Hills 
Clark Geo., finisher, 562 Race 

CLARK GEORGE, 
Merchant Tailor, 146 Walnut, 
h. n w.c.9th and Mound 

Clark Geo. F., boot mkr., s.e.c. Syca- 
more and 2d 

CLARK Geo. J., (Clark, Mitchell & 
Co.) bds. Longworth b. Mound and 
Smith 

Clark Geo. W., barber, n.s 9th b. Plum 
and Central av 

Clark Geo. W., b.k., 180 Main, res. Cov- 
ington 

Clark Geo. W., broker, 75 Barr 

Clark Harriet, shoe binder, 85 Bay- 
miller 

Clark Henry, car driver, bds. 56 W. 
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Clark Henry, 117 W. 4th 
Clark Henry S., saddle bags and bridle 
manuf., 196 Walnut 
LAHK HURATIO N., 
Justice of the Peace, 

10 Court House Building 
Clark Hugh, huckster, 127 W. Front 
Clark J. A., b.h., 214 Plum 
Clark J. F. & Co., (John P. C, Jos. W. 
Clark and Daniel M. Clark,) oyster, 
fish and game dealers. 46 E. 3d 
Clark J. M., County Recorder's Office, 

h. Walnut Hills 
Clark James, 339 Central av 
Clai k James, wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Clark James, bds. 138 Longworth 
Clark James, apprentice, 20S Main 
Clark James, blk. smith, Lock b. 3d 

and 4th 
Clark James, finisher, wks. Lane & Bod- 
ley's 
Clark James, 268 George 
Clark James, fish dealer, 30 E. 7th 
Clark James, joiner, 440J W. 5th 
Clark James, nail mkr.,c. Sycamore and 

Canal 
Clark James, salesman, bds. 9 George 
Clark James, scroll sawyer, wks. n.e.c. 

Front and Smith 
Clark James, teamster, 33 Observatory 
Road 

LARIv JAMES L.. 
Oyster Depot, 55 W. 5th, 
h. 30 E. 7th 
Clark James M., salesman, 103 W. Pearl, 

h. 9 George 
Clark James S., salesman, 180 Main, h. 

Covington 
Clark Jerome M., b k., 14 Main, bds. 132 

Broadway 
Clark John, atty., n.e.c. 9th and Central 

av. bds. s.e.c. Pearl and Ludlow 
CLARK John, (Jennings,Butterfield & 

C.) h. 490 W. 4th 
Clark John, finisher, Lockb. 3d and 4th 
Clark John, puddler, 438 W. Front 
Clark John, lab., 251 W. Front 
Clark John, rectifier, 28 Sycamore, h. 

Covington 
Clark John, sawyer, Goodloe b. Eeed 

and Willow 
Clark John, silver plating factory, 10 E. 

6th, h. 481 Race 
Clark John A., (J. A. C. & Co.) 131 

Longworth 
Clark John A. & Co., (John A. C, H. 
St. Clair & B. Fogie,) grocers, 227 
Walnut 
Clark John F., (J. F. C . & Co.) 46 E. 3d 
Clark John N., blk. smith, 6thb. Broad- 
way and Sycamore, h 208 W. 5th 
Clark John 0., b.k , St. Charles, 30 E. 

3d, h. 102 W. 8th 
Clark John S, foreman, 52 Lock 
Clark John W.. banker, 52 W. 3d, h. 

Covington 
Clark Joseph, chair mkr.. 373 W. 4th 
Clark Joseph W., (J. F. Ciai-k & Co.) 

46 E. 3d 
Clark Julia M., c. of John and Eliz- 
abeth 
Clark Kate, servant, 504 W. 5th 
Clark Lucy, 214 W. 6th 
Clark Luke, brush mkr., s.e.c. 5th and 
VVnlnut, h. n.w.c. Harriet and Budd 
Clark M. L., widow, 215 Richmond 
Clark M. V., bds. 297 W. 6th 
Clai-k Margaret, widow, 15 loth 
Clark Marsh, clK., bds. 52 W. 9th 
Clark Mary A., laundress, 42 E. 6th 

CLAUK, MITCHELL & CO., 
(George J. C. & John M.) 
Commission Merchants,39 Water 
Clark N. H., bds. Allegheny House 
Clark Nelson F..shoe mkr., 514 W. 3d 
Clark Nelson F., phys., 289 W. 5th, h. 

514 W. 3d 
Clark 0., lab., 645 W. Front 
Clark Owen, eng., s.e.c. 3d and Elm 
Clark Patrick, blk. smith, 80 Abigail 
Clark Patrick, carp.,;i22 Avery 
Clark Patrick, cof. h., 253 W. 6th 
Clark Patrick, lab., 124 E. 8th 
Clark Patrick, nail mkr., 0. Sycamore 
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Clark Priscilla, dress mkr., 50 Long- 
worth 

Clark Reuben, carp., n.s. Front near 
Phoenix Hotel 

Clark S. & S. S., (Samuel & Sidney S. 
C) saddlery hardware, &c., 180 &. 
182 Main 

Clark Samuel, (S. & S. S. C) h. Cov- 
iijrtoQ 

Clark Sarah, 83 Lonsworth 

Clark Sidney S., (S. & S. S. Clark,) Au- 
rora, Ind 

Clark Simon S., sexton, Linn b. Court 
and Clark 

Clark Stephen, atty., 9 W. Court 

Clark Susan, 2.'i6 Court 

Clark Theodore, elk., 8 Sycamore, bds. 
n.w.c 3d and Elm 

Clark Thomas, carp., 339 Central av 

Clark Thomas, lab., 326 VV. eth 

Clark Thomas, hostler, 27 W. 9th 

Clark W. B. fireman, 364 5th 

Clark Walter, steamboat agt., 216 Water 

Clark Wm., cooper, wks. 94 Water, h. 
Newport 

Clark Wm., grocer, 85 E. 3d e. of Lock 

Clark Wra., lab., 44 Elizc-xbeth 

Clark ^Vm., moulder, bcls.i.'67 Central av 

Clark Wm., roller, 44 Elizabeth 

Clark Wm. B., as-t. enfjineer, 481 Race 

Clark Wm. H., barber, 405 Central av 

(^(LARK WM. H., Cast Steel and 
I Iron Ama^am Bells and Sugar 
^ Cane Mills, 122 Main, h. 509 Free- 
Clark Wra. H., bds. basement of the 1st 

Baptist Church 
Clark VVilion,542 E. Front 
Clarke Carrie A., seamstress, wks. 51 E. 

3d, bds 37 Chestnut 
Clarke Chas. T., finisher, wks. Globe 

Foundry 
Clarke Christopher R., com. mer., 11 

Walnut, h. Covington 
Clarke Geo. G., elk., Am. Exp. Co. bds. 

International Hotel 
Clarke Hampton C, bds. 67 Everett 
Clarke James, bik. smith, wks. Charles 

Graham & Bro., 277 W. Front 
Clarke James, salesman, 55 W. 4th, h. 

420 Broadway 
CLARKE Jas G., (S. H. Burton & Co.) 

134 Longworth 
Clarke Jolm 0., (b.k., 30 E. 3d, h. 102 

W. 8th 

CLAKKE PETER, 
General Engraver I W. 4tb, cor. 
Main, h. 420 Broadway 
CLARKE Robert, (R. C. & Co.) 420 
Broadway 

CLARKE ROBERT & CO., (Robt. C, 
Roderick I). Barney & John W, 
Dale,) Publishers and Booksellers, 
55 W. 4th 
Clarke Wm., stone cutter, bds. s.e.c. 
Kacp and Court 

CiLARKE WM. A., 
, Publisher, 57 W. 3d, 
b. Avondale 
CLARKE WM. L., Secretary Cin'ti 
Gas Light & Coke Co., 269 Vine, 
h. 498 W. 7th 
Clarkenbargh W. H.. salesman, 123 Wal- 
nut, bds. 170 W. 5th 
Clarkson Chas. A., conductor, bds. Den- 

nison House 
Clarkson J., b.k., 72 W. 6th, res. Hamil- 
ton, O. 
Clarkson J. D., plasterer, 294 Linn 
Clarkson P. P., salesman, 101 W. 4th, 

h. Covington, Ky. 
Clary Danl., lab., 395 W. 2d 
Clasmeier.Tohn, tailor, 287 W. Liberty 

CLASON LEE. Secretary American 
Ins. Co., 12 Public Landing, 
h. 207 W. 7th 
Class Chas., saloon, 168 Vine, h. 5th b. 

Vine and Race 
Class G. E., shooting gallery, 210 Vine 
Class Hy., elk., n e.c. Pearl and Syca- 
more, bds. Cincinnati House 
Class Hy . elk., bds. 66 E. Pearl 
Classick Michael, b.h. and tailor, 136 

Main 
Claurl W. H., trader, bds. 231 Walnut 
Clauder A. C, printer, 345 W. 4th 



Claury D., shoemkr., bds. 65 W. 5th 
Claus Junk, locksmith, bds. 412 Vine 
Claushaide John II., cooper, 73 Buckeye 
Clausing Barney, finisher, wks. s. w. c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Clausing Geo., wks. E. Front b. Law- 
rence and Pike 
Clausing Geo., finisher, 58 Ham. Road 
Clavin Jas., 38 E. 8th e.of Lock 
Clavin John, lab., h. 1 Accommodation 
Clavin John, mattress mkr., 38 E. 8th e. 

of Lock 
Clavin Mary, mattress mkr., 38 E. 8th e. 

of Lock 
Clavin Patrick, huckster, McAllister b. 

4 th and 5th 
Clavin Patrick, upholsterer, 101 W. 4th 
Clawsing Michael, lab., 70 Ham. Road 
Clawson Hy., lab., n.e c. Washington 

and Fulton 
Clawson Isaac, cab. mkr,, wks. 89 W. 

2d 
Clawson John, shoemkr., n.w.c. of W. 

Court and Rittenhouse 
Clawson Saml., lumber measurer, 143 

Hopkins 
Clawson Wm., (Wm. C & Co.) 10 Clin- 
ton 
Clawson Wm. & Co., (Wm. C. & Wm. 

Clawson, jr.) bedstead factory, 517 

Central av 
Clawson Wm. jr., (Wm. Clawson & Co.) 

10 Clinton 
Clay Chas., boatman, 56 E. 7th 
Clay Hy. B., elk., 17 W. 2d, h. 294 W. 

7th 
Clay John, lab., n.e.c. Pike and Friend- 
ship al 
Clay Lucy A., 294 W. 7th w. of Central 

Claybasker Joseph, mach., 420 Syca- 
more 

Clayer F., tailor, 172 Everett 

Claypoole Joseph C, salesman, 2G9 
Richmond 

Claypoole Joseph S., teller, 19 W. 3d,h. 
411 Broadway 

Claypoole Joseph W., salesman, 11 W. 
Pearl, h. 269 Richmond 

Claypoole Mary, teacher, 411 Broadway 

Clayton Margaret, fancy store, 325 W. 
9th w. of Central al 

Clayton Michael, shoemkr., bds. 159 Cut- 



ter 
Clayton Rev. Samuel D., 216 W. 9th w. 

of Central av 
Clayton Wm. W., elk., 34 Walnut 
Clear G., carp., 64 David 
Clear W. A., bds. 125 W. 5th 
Clearwater II., s.w.c. Bank and Baymil- 

ler 
Clearwater H., slaughterhouse, Harrison 
Pike b. Riddle and Central av , h. 
Freeman nr. York 
Cleaiy Fred., lab., 19 Buckeye 
Cleary John, shoemkr., e.s. Lock b. 6th 

and 8th 
Cleary John, cooper, n.s. 6th b. Baum 

and Lock 
Cleary Patrick, elk., 42 Richmond 
Cleary Patrick, l.ab., e.s. 6th St. Hill 
Cleary Rody, lab., wks. s.e.c. 3d and 

Lock 
Cleary Thos., mach., wks. Gas Works 
Cleaveland A. B.,prop. Batavia & Wil- 
liamsbui'gh omnibus line, bds. Indi- 
ana House, 159 W. 5th 
Cleaveland Chas. H., phys., 181 W. 4th, 

bds. 204 W. 4th 
Cleaveland J. B.,agt. J. M. Brunswick 

& Bro's, 8 W. 6th 
Cleaves A. C, mach., 219 W. 3d 
Clebum Christopher, elk., 4 Pub. Land- 
ing, h. Newport 
Cleburne Robt. S., mach., wks. Niles' 

Works, h. Newport 
Cleckley John, mason, .'>]7 Plum 
Cleine Saml., moulder, 116 Clinton 
Cleir Frank, elk., 23 W. 5th 
Cleland Alicia, teacher, 7th dist. school, 

82 W. 9th 
Cleland Annie, teacher, 6th dist. school. 

bds. 82 W. 9th 
Cleland Nancy, 82 W. 9th w. of Central 

av 
Clemen Wm., eng., 1292 E. Front 



Clemens Emma, 272 Main 
Clemens Fred., carp., 191 Baymiller 
Clemens Gardiner, lab., 191 Baymiller 
Clemens Geo. F., mach., wks. at A. B. 

Holabir.l & Go's 
Clemens Gilliert II., millwright, wks. at 

A. B. Holabird & Go's 
Clemens Jas., wks. 30 Butler 
Clemens Martin, lab., 339 Plum 
Clement John, gilder, bds. Teutonia Ho- 
tel 
Clement John E , moulder,218W. Front 
Clement Robt. M., elk., 14 W. Pearl, h. 

365 W. 7th 
Clement W. B., elk., 222 Betts 
LEMENT WxM. H., 

ident L. M. R.R. Co., 
h. Morrow 
Clements Bishop, elk., 4 Pub. Landing 
Clements Edward, finisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Clements Geo., bds. Evans Hotel 
Clements Michael, fireman, T. F. Ba- 
ker's, h. 287 Longworth 
Clements W. M., elk 0. & M. R.R., h. 

Delhi tp. 
Clemmens Wm., house painter, 54 E. 2d 
LEMMER J. H., Attorney and No- 
tary Public, n.e.c. Main and 7th, 
h. 370 W. 8th 
Cleramer John, cigar mkr., 379 W. 7th 
demons C. C, elk. 120 W. 5th, bds. 205 

AV. 3d 
Clemons Jas., wks. 30 Butler 
demons Lawrence, tailor, 217 Central 
bds. 221 Central av 
LENDENIN WM., 
Physician, 
s.e.c. 7th and Vine 
Cleneay Chas. P., elk., 143 W. 4th 
Cleueay Francis G., (Wm. Cleneay & 

Son.) 143 W. 4th 
Cleneay Geo. W. B., (.loseph S. C. & 

Co.) bds. 437 W. 8th 
Cleneay Joseph S. & Co., (J. S. C. & 

G. W. B. C) com. mers., 42 Vine 
Cleneay Joseph S., (J. S. C. & Co. 443 

AA . 8th 
Cleneay Thos., bds. 143 W. 4th 
Cleueay Wm., (Wm. C. & Son,) 143 W. 

4th 
Cleneay Wm. & Son, (Wm. C. & Francis 

G. C ) grocers, 5i Walnut 
Clericus liouis, bk. binder, wks. 445 

Vine 
Clerk Martha, 353 Race 
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CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS & CIN- 
cinnati, R.R., Oflice 4 College Hall 
Bldg.,T. J. Gettier, Agt. 
Cleveland E. H., millinery and dress 

mkr., 104 W. 4th, bds. 119 John 
Cleveland Thos., plumber, bds. 45 Eliza- 
beth 
Clifton Geo., lab., 52 Abigail 
Clifton Sciron, mate, 85 Barr 
Cliff' N. B., wks. Cin. Type Foundry 
Clifford Dennis, lab., 6th b. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Clifford Erastus, pipeman, bds. Butte- 

miller's Hotel 
Clifford Honora, seamstress. 43 Lock 
Clifford Hy., stone mason, bds. 339 Main 
Clifford John, hack driver, 7 Jackson. 
Clifford John, wks. Greenwood's Foun- 
dry 
Clifford Margaret, tailoress, 43 Lock 
Clifford Patrick b.k., 43 Lock 
Clifford Thos., cooper, 43 Lock 
Clifford Walter, U. S. Recruiting Officer, 

31 Pnb. Landing 
Clifford Wm., lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Clifford Wm., lab., wks. 101 W. 6th 
Clifford Wm., lab., 309 W. 8th w. of 

Central av 
Climer H., carp., 11 Gorman 
Climer J. H., carp., bds. 11 Gorman 
Climier Tbeo., tailor, bds. s.w.c. Walnut 

and W. 9th 
Cfinan Hy., wks. B. Ftontb. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Clinch Francis, lab., Ftilton nr. Kemper 

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Clinch Maiy Alice, servt., 340 W. 7th 

Cline Alex., grocer, 36 Biuler 

Cline Catharine, n.w.c. Court and Main 

Cline Chas., 23 Providence 

Cline J., wks. Moore & Richardson's 

Cline John", planing mill, 159 E. Front, 

h. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 
Cline Patrick, bds. 177 E. Front 
Cline W.. wks. H. Wiederecht's 
Cline Wm., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Cling John, printer, 2 Burnet, h. 21 

Franklin 
Clinger John, currier, 51 M:iin, bds. In- 
ternational Hotel 
Clinton John, lab., rear 135 W. Front 
Clinton John D., painter, 130 \V. Front 
Clinton Warren, steward, Broadway Ho- 
tel 
Clipfer Bernard, carp., 1-'J5 Pleasant 
Clipper H., moulder, 61 David 
Clive Geo-, teacher, 264 W. 7th 
Clivin John, upholsterer, 38 E. 8th 
Clo Emile, chair mki., 29 Hittenhouse 
Clo Mary, laundress. Hand al. b. W. 

Court and Clark 
Clockner John, lab., 22 Bank 
Cloferd Saml., bk, layer. 67 Abigail 
Cloina Thos., trader, 189 Laurel 
Clone John F., grocer, 524 W. 7th 
Clony Joseph, blksmith, Laurel 3 doors 

e. of Linn 
CLOON Phillip P., (P. B. C. & Co.) h. 
Avondale 

CLOON P. B. & CO., (Phillip B. C. & 
Saml. C. senr.) Wholesale Bakers 
and Flour Dealers, 21 Cor. PubUc 
Landing and Sycamore 
CLOON Saml. jr., (P. B. Cloon & Co.) 

res. Avondale 
Cloppman J. M., bds. American Hotel 
Close Patrick, lab., 58 Abigail 
Closeman Andrew, lab., 59 Hughes 
Closeman Hy., lab., 59 Hughes 
Closer Frank, coppersmith, 575 W. 5th 
Closet Joseph, wks. livery stable, 1 14 

Sycamore 
Closner Anne M.,549 Sycamore 
Closs Fred., jeweler, 612 Elm 
Closs John, organ builder, rear407 Cen- 
tral av.h. 13 Elizabeth 
CLOSTERMAN HENRY, Chair Man- 
ufacturer, s.e.c. Augusta &. Smith 
h. 338W. 3d 
Closterman Henry, stone cutter, bds. 296 

W. Front 

Closterman John, saloon, 230 W. Front 

Cloud J. P., furn. ware room, s.e.c. 

John and W W. Canal, h. Harrison 

Clouds George, ship carp., 1195 E. 

Front 
CIoughJ.E., (Vibbard, Taylor & Co.) 

bds. Madison House 
Clough Wm., solicitor, Am. Patent Co., 

bds. 164 Elm 
Clougblin Wm., wks. 4U E. 3d 
Clouser John, policeman, 28 Baum 
Clover Henry, tool grinder, .59 New 
Clover Jos., huckster, 335 W. Pearl 
Clowser Andrew J., shoe mkr.,26U Rich- 
mond 
Cloyde Julia, 105 W. 6th 
Cloyer Andrew, teamster, 123 Van Horn 
Clucas John, finisher, 65 Vine 
Cluff James, boatman, rear of 187 W. 

3d 
Cluff Mary, huckster, 186 W. Court, w. 

of Central av 
Clug Martin, boatman, 402 Sycamore 
Clump Peter, butcher. 711 Hittenhouse 
Clusky Michael, lab., 195 Pleasant 
Cluster Geo., b.h.. Smith nr.3d 
Clusterman Anthony, dray., 191 Bay- 
miller 
Clutch J. v., salesman, 110 W. 5th, h. 
449 W. 4th [Elm 

Cluxton John, moulder, 3d b. Race and 
Clyde A., carp., wks. 487 Freeman 
Clyde Adam, mach.. 247 Everett J 
Clyde Andrew, builder, 142 Clinton 
Clyde Sarah, widow, 12 14th b. Central 

av. and Plum 
ClymerJ. V., salesman, 143 Walnut, 

bds. Gibson House 
Coacli Johnson, 357 W. 9th w. of Cen- 
tral av 



Coakly Thomas, cof.h-. 127 Water 
Coalscott Thomas'H., diay., 263 Cutter 

COAN B. F., Ticket Agent. Mar. & 
Cin. R. R., No. 3 Burnet House, 
bds. Burnet House 
Coan Nancy. 17 E. 6th 
Coates Francis, elk., 150 W. 8th, h. 20 
Grant 

COATES JOHN F., 
Furniture Ware Rooms, 
15u W. 8th, h2U Grant 

Coates E. H., b.k., lUl VV. 4th, h Craw 
Fish 

Coates Haxon, 287 Water 

Cobb Elizabeth, 5U W. Court w. of Cen- 
tra! av 

Cobb J. M., sheet iron worker, wks. 17 
W. 5 th 

Cobb John, lab., 46 Lock 

Cobb John, (John C. & Co.) h. New- 
burgh 

COBB John & Co.,'(John C. Daniel Ai- 
mer & Chas. Flach,) slaughter h., 
Deer Creek Vall^y 

Cobb Lewis, tin smith, 22 Commerce 

(^|OBB SAMUEL, 
I Undertaker, 143 Sycamore. 
^ h. Baymiller b. Liberty & Poplar 
Cobb Sylvanus G., printer, 62 W. 3d, h. 

Ludlow, Ky 
Cobb Zaohariah B., clock repairer, 515 

W. 5th 
Cobblein G., wks, Cincinnati Type Foun- 
dry 
Coble Angeline, 84 Water 
Coby Peter, tailor, 198 Clinton 
Coccern Wm., hostler, wks. 341 W. 6th 
Cochlan John, lab., 220 Freeman 
Cochnower John, coal dealer, 28 W. 3d, 

h.2S5 Water 
Cochran Edward, cof. h., 232 Elm 

COCHRAN GEORGE W.. 
Office, n.e c. 3d and Race, 
res. 455 W. 6th 
Cochran Hannah, w.s. Ludlow b. Pearl 

and 2d 
Cochran Hugh, lab., n.e.c. Elizabeth and 

John 
Cochran James, collector, res. Green- 
wood 
Cochran James, cooper, c. Home and W. 

W. Canal 
Cochran Jenny, wks. National Hotel 
Cochran John A., elk., 5 Sycamore, bds. 

108 Smith 
Cochran Joseph, plumber, wks. 45 E. 

4th 
Cochran Mary Jane, 108 Smith 
Cochran Patrick, cooper, c. Home and 

W. W. Canal 
Cochran Paul, cooper. 46 E. 7th 
Cochran Philip, fireman, works Gas 

Works 

COCHRAN ROBERT, 
Mill Stone Maker, 44 W. Front, 
h. 59 George 
Cochran Thomas, porter, 22 and 24 E. 
9th. h. Hunt b. Sycamore and Broad- 
way 
Cochraver Wilburn, lab.. 137 Bremen 
Cock Edward, butcher. Deer Creek Val- 
ley 
Cockman G., hinge fitter, wks. Green- 
wood's FoundVy 
Cockrell Daniel, 177 Webb 
Cocks Geo. B., carp., 240 Cutter 
Coddington Nelson, painter, 439 John 
Coddington S., painter, 439 John 
Coddington Sarah, 439 John 
Cody Francis, printer. Times Office 
Cody Herman, driver. 203 Liberty 
Cody J. E., elk., 65 McFarland 
Cody James, lab., wks. Gas W^^rks 
Cody John, apprentice, bds. 105 Rich- 
mond 
Cody John, lab., 148 Water 
Codv John, wks. Cincinnati Type Foun- 
dry 

CODY PATRICK, Wholesale Grocery 
and Liquor store, 17 and 19 Water, 
h. 65 McFarland 
Cody Wm., salesman. 19 M'ater 
Coily Wiu., sawyer, bds. 16,") Hicbmond 
Cody Wm. J., cab. mkr., 165 Rich- 
mond 
Coe , widow, 480 W. 8th 



Coe Ann, laundress, 6th e of Banm 
Coe Krastus P., (Roots & Coe,) 417 W. 

7th 
Coe Thomas, car painter, s.w.c. 6th and 

Sycamore 
Colby Geo , printer, 138 Clark 
Coelier August, elk., Theobald & Theur- 

kauf. Court House bldg 
Coelzinger B., brush mkr., bds. 92 W. 

Court 
Coen Ferdinand, bark., 11 E. 6th 
CoenJohn, elk., 109 W. Court, w. of 

Central av 
Coen John, porter. Am. Patent Co., s.e. 

c. 4th and Walnut 
Coen 'SI., bk. folder, wks. Ill Main 
Coen Thomas, gas fitter, wks. 221 W. 

5th 
Coffee James, lab., 297 W. 2d 
Coffee Mary, seamstress, 45 Rittenhouse 
Coffee Patrick, gas fitter, wks. 58 and 60 

W. Court 
Coffield Delia, 207 W. Court 
Coffield James, lab., 42 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Coffield Margaret, cof. h., 27 E. 8th 
Coffield N. H., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Coffield Patrick, blk. smith, s.s. Court e. 

of Broadway 
COFFIN C. D., (C. & Mitchell,) 167 

W.7th 

COFFIN D. H. B., 
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 
20 E. Pearl, h. Newport 
Coffin David, lab., 205 Cutter 
Coffin G W. & Co., (G. W. C.,E.W. 

Vanduzen & C. T. Tift,) bell and 

brass founders, 102 and 104 E. 2d 
Coffin Geo. A., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Coffin Geo. W., (G. W. C. & Co.) 136 

Broadway 
Coffin J., wks. 69 E. Front 
Coffin J. W., mach., bds. 55 Syca. 

more 
Coffin Levi, 417 Broadway 

COFFIN & McWHINNY, (Stephen 
C. & James McW.) Pork Packers 
and Commission Merchants, 340 
Svcamore 
Coffin Mary, Taylor nr. Carr 

COFFIN &. MITCHELL, 
(C D. C. &T. G. M.,) 
Attorneys at Law. 116 Main 
Coffin Moses, supt. Market, 390 W. 5th 
Coffin & Nelson. (Wm. R. C. & Thos. J. 

N.) dealer in engineers supplies, 3 

Water 
Coffin Patrick, lab., 337 W. 2d 
COFFIN Steph., (Coffin it McWhinney,) 

186 Richmond 
COFFIN Wm. G.,(F.H. Lawson & Co.) 

326 W 7th 
Coffin Wm. R., elk., 47 VV. Front, h. 

Newport 
Coffin Wm. R.,(C. & Wilson,) h. New- 
port 

CO?FIN Z. B., Wholesale and Re- 
tail Grocer and Tea Dealer, 32 W. 
5th, h. Newport, Ky 
Coffman Abram,5]5 W. 5th 
Cotlman Henry, lab., 507 W. 4th 
Coffman John M, buckskin dresser, wks. 

312 Main 
Coffman Samuel, car. mkr., wks. 9 E. 

Cth 
Cofler Enoch, 670 B. Front 
Cogan Ellen, servant, Burnet House 
Cogan John, mach., wks at C. U. & D. 

" R. R. Machine Shop 
Cogan Patrick, cattle dealer, 97 Hop- 
kins 
Cogan Timothy, lab., 88 Carr 
Cogeler John, shoe mkr., s.s. Findlayb. 

John and Central av 
Cogen John, finisher, 3 Pine 
Coggins Anthony, rigger, wks. Kiverb. 

Lawrence and Ludlow 
CoghillThos., (Smith & Coghill,) al. b. 

Ann and 14th and Central av. and 

Plum 
Coghlin Michael, lab., 523 W. 7th 
Cogswell v\'m.,real estate agt.. Union 

Block, room 14 [Clark 

Cohagen Joseph H., printer, bds. 276 



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Cohan M., 197 Elm 1 

Cohen A. & Co., (Abraham C. & Isaac 

Cohen,) '2d baud clothing, 41 E. 4th 
Cohen Abraham, (A. C. & Co.) 217 

Plum 
Cohen Aliraham, wh. and retail dealer in 

clothing, 194 Main. h. 317 Walnut 
Cohen Benjamin, elk., 203 Main 
Cohen E., car. trimmer, wks. 9 E.Gth 
Cohen G. M., teacher, 2 Harrison 
Cohen Garrett, bds. American Hotel 

COHEN, GUITERMAN & CO., (H. 
C, J. G., W. Guitermau & F. 
Guiterman, Wholesale Clothiers, 
84 W, Pearl 
COUKN Henry, (C, Guiterman & Co.) 

133 E. 5th 
Cohen Isaac. clothier, 96 W. Front 
Cohen Isaac, (A. Cohen & Co.) 41 E. 

4th 
Cohen J. C.,b.k., at S. Menken & Sons, 

(52 W. 3th 
Cohen James, lab., 32 Pierson 
Cohen Louis, collector, 40 Central av 
Cohen M. A., liquor dealer, 185 John 
Cohen Martin S., liquor merch.,210 W. 

Front 
Cohen P.. bds. American Hotel 
Cohen Rebecca, 2^-0 Race 
Cohen Simon J., lab., 47 Clay 

COHEN WOLF, Wholesale Clothier 
and Dealer in Gents' Furnishing 
Goods. ie7 Main, h. 331 Vine 

Colli Jacol), cooper, Main opp. Hunt 

Cohlan John, porter, 79 W. Pearl, h. 53 
K. 3d 

Cohler Christopher, driver, pork house, 
Plum b. Findlay and Charlotte 

Cohlman Bernard, blksmith, 599 Race 

Cohn , 2.52 Walnut 

Cohn A., second hand store, 205 Central 
av 

Cohn Edward, ci?. mkr., 48] Walnut 

Cohn Elizabeth, 13 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av 

Cohn Gabriel, mer. tailor, Central av. b. 
Front and Water, h. 47 Plum 

Cohn H. C, bds. 323 Vine 

Cohn Isaac, second hand store, 191 Wa- 
ter 

Cohn Jacob, tailor, 37 Plum 

Cohn Jacob, salesman, 1' 4 Main, h. 186 
Sycamore 

Cohn Levi, elk., 243 Main, h. s.e.c. John 
and Court 

Cohn Louis, elk., 37 E. Pearl, h. 63 
George 

Cohn M. A., Supt. Allemania Society, 
Melodeon BIdg., h. 3B W. 6th 

Cohn Marcus, 180 Sycamore 

Uohn Moritz, cigars and tobacco, 481 
Walnut 

Cohne Conrad, dray, 88 Hunt 

Cohnen Jas.,s.w.c. 5th and Broadway 

Cohoon Eliza J., 424 W. 6th 

GOHORST & DETTMER, (Herman H. 
C. & Benj. r>.) Wholesale Boots 
and Shoes, 20 W. Pearl 
COHORST Herman H., (C. & Dettmer,) 

4-^5 Main 
Cohrs Cliristian, 489 Walnut 
Cohrs H. F., dry goods store, 501 Vine 
Coiiican Wm., 423 Sycamore 
Coin Jas., carter, 297 W. 2d 
Coinan Frank, master, wks. 131 Race 
CokeTlios, potter, wks. Brighton Pot- 
tery 
Cnkely Thos., lab., CO Pierson 
Colahan Jas., carp., 156 Longvvorth 
Coliihan Mary, rear 128 Mound 
Colan Michael, lab., 68 Butler 
COL BURN Chas. L., (Latimer, C. & 

Lupton,) res. Mt. Auburn 
Colburn Ezekiel E., ins. agt., s.e.o. 3d 

and Walnut, h. 447 W. 9th 
Colburn Geo. F., elk., Burnet House, n. 

w.c. 3fl and Vine 
Colburn W F.. pianos and melodeons, 

91 W. 4th, h 2SOLongworth 
Colbus August, chair mkr., Laurel and 

Baymiller 
Colbush Wm., eng., bds. s.w.c. Walnut 

and W.9th 
Colby Albert, stone cutter, bds. 173 W. 

W. 9th 
Colby Anastatia, teacher, 212 Court 



Colby Isaac, clothes cleaner, 214 W. 

Court 
Colbv Kate, bds. 64 Bremen 
Colby Saml., watchman. 173 W. 9th 
Colcannon Thos., lab., n.e.e. Pearl and 

Butler 
Colder Elizabeth, 684 W. 6th 
Coldiron Washington, sawyer, Taylor b. 

Carr and Freeman 
Coldiron William C, sawyer, Taylornr. 
Carr 

Cole , cab. mkr.. bds. 355 Central av 

Cole A. W.,phys., bds. W.9thb. Mound 

and Cutter 
Cole Albert H., conductor. 35 Ellen 
Cole Arnold, lab , 133 Linn 
, Cole B., bk. moulder, wks. n.s. Gest b. 
I Garrard and Mill Creek 

Cole Benj. F., baker, 194 W. 0th 
Cole Chas., varnisher, 21 Woodward 
Cole Christ., lab.. Deer Creek Valley 
Cole Coleman, cook, 202 Webb 
I Cole Frank, bk. layer. 449 Linn 

COLE GEO., Editor Journal and Mes- 
senger, 39 W. 4th, 
li. 334 Clark 
I Cole Geo., lab., 119 Brown 
Cole Geo., lab., 193 Mound 
Cole H.,308 Richmond 
I Cole Hv.,lab., 762W Front 

COLE & HOPKINS, (Jacob F. C. & 
Lewis C. H.) Dry Goods, 
n.e.c 5th and Vine 
COLE Jacob F., (C. & Hopkins,) bds. 
Burnet House 

COLE JAJIES C, Umbrella, Parasol 
and Cane Manufactui-er, 98,W. 4th, 
I h. 30 Harrison 

; Cole John, 3 Pine 
' Cole John, b.h., 185 R. 2d 

Cole John, carp., 20 Madison 
I Cole John, b.h., 57 Broydway 
I Cole Julia, laundress, 142 W. Pearl 
Cole L. C., salesman, n.e.c. 5th and 

Vine 
Cole Lydia, 129 Water 
Cole Nancy, River below Willow 
Cole Patrick, boatman, bds. Augusta b. 

Smith and John 
Cole Robt., painter, 42 Observatory 
Cole Robt. W., painter, 42 Observatory 
Cole Sylvester, printer, 67 Pike 
Cole Thos. C, 2d asst. foreman, 95 W. 2d, 

h. 53 Chestnut 
Cole Thos. G., elk., 83 Walnut, h. 308 

Richmond 
Cole Walter, cooper, 27 Commerce, h. 

48 Elm 
Cole Wm., baker, 194 W. 6th 
Cole Wm., photosraphist. bds. 95 W. 8th 
Cole Wm., moulder, 760 W. Front 
Cole Wm.. shoemkr., Fulton b. Stone al. 

and Hill 
Cole William Archibald, salesman, 171 

Main, h. 216 W. Court 
Cole Wm. M., mach., 355 Central av 
Coleman , French dyer, 142 W. 4th, 

h 44 E. 6th 
Coleman A., lab., wks. Indianapolis & 

Cincinnati depot 
Coleman Adbeel, bk. layer, 142 John 
Coleman Augustus, varnisher, 311 Fin- 

dlay 
Coleman Belinda, 291 W. 2d 
Coleman C. H., butcher. 235 Everett 
Coleman Danl. B., moulder, 2 Scott 
Coleman D.avid, rear 84 Water 
Coleman David, shoemkr., 188 Hopkins 
Coleman E , select school. 154 W. 4th 
Coleman E. B.. bds. Burnet House 
Coleman Ellen, laundress, s. s. 7th b. 

Bro.adway and New 
Coleman Fred., lab., 141 E. 3d 

COLEMAN G. W., 
Wood Dealer, 
s.w.c. 5th and Front 
Coleman Ily., carp., 143 Baymiller 
Coleman Hy., shoemkr., Park b. Pearl 

and 2d 
Coleman J., finisher, wks s.w.c. Central 



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Coleman J. & Co., (Jas. C. & Wm. F. 
Mitchell.) plow-handle manufs., 91 
E. 8tb, b. Broadway and Canal 
Coleman J. W., moulder, 3('0 John 
Coleman Jas., (J. C. & Co.) 102 John 



Coleman John, sen., 4 Sargent 
Coleman John, blksmith, wks. 9 E. 6th, 

h. 192 Sycamore 
Coleman John, carp., 654 W 8th 
Coleman John, lab , h. Brooks al. w. of 

Park 
Coleman John, lab., bds. 292 Broadway 
Coleman John, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Coleman John, tailor, rear of 209 W. 

Front 
Coleman John, tailor, bds. 26 W. 5th 
Coleman John W., pork dealer, office, 

13 W. Court 
Coleman John W., teamster, Richmond 

below Harriet 
Coleman Joseph, prop. Farmers' Hotel, 

n.e.c. Race and Court 
Coleman M., wks. 69 E. Front 
Coleman Margaret, chair caning, 2d b. 

Rose and Park 
Coleman Mary E.. chair bottomer, 2d b. 

Rose and Park 
Coleman Nancy, laundress, n.w.c. 7th 

and Sycamore 
Coleman Robt. D., elk. 31 E. Pearl, h. 240 

Clark 
COLEMAN Robt. S., (Joseph Foster & 

Co.)2'i3 Elm 
Coleman Saml., teamster, 702 W. Front 
Coleman Saml. T. J,, broker, 57 W. 3d 
Coleman Svlvanus P., conductor on St. 

R.R.. 129 York 
Coleman Thomas, printer, e.s. Scott b. 

Hopkins and Laurel 
Coleman Thos., teamster, 41 Freeman 
Coleman Thos., bds. 132 Broadway 
Coleman Wm.,bk. mkr., n.w.c. 8th and 

Carr 
Coleman VVra., carp., 56 Oregon 
Colemau Wm., lab., rear of 187 Water 
Coleman Wm., lab., 21 Kossuth 
Colen John, lab., s.e.c. Vine and 2d 
Coles Abram, finisher, 152 Spring 
Coles Barbara, gardener, s.s. Liberty b. 

Freeman and Mill Creek 
Coles J., baker, 194 W. 6th 
Coles Stephen, atty., 220 Main 
Coles Wm., printer, bds. s.w.c. 8th and 

Sycamore 
Colet'jobn, cigar store, 1111 Central av. 
Colfield Bridiet, 37]§ W. 7th 
Colfmann Fritz, bds. 404 W. 5th 
Colg!.nLucy,310 W. 6th 
Colgan Thos., elk., n.e.o. Vine and 2d 
CoUn J., asst. agt., 67 W. 4th, h. Cov- 
ington 
Cnlk Jas., upholsterer, 186 Race 
Colkhan Michael, cof. h., 48 W. Front 
Colkmeyer Hy.. hostler, 17 Gano 
Coll Fred., tinner, W. W. Canal below 

Home 
Coll Sylvester D., printer, 67 Pike 
Collahan Patrick, carp., 44 Kossuth 
Collamer Sarah, bds. 185 Longworth 
CoUett Frank, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Collett Thos., clergyman, 48! W. 7th 
Colley Chas., lab.. Walnut Hills 
CoUiasFred., potter, 118 Poplar 
COLLIER Allen, (John Swasey &. Co.) 
:'00 Richmond 

COLLLIER CHAS. B., Attorney at 
Law and Notary. 
9E. 3d. LawBldgs. 
Collier David L., atty. and notary, 11 E. 

3d, Law Bldgs. 
Collier John J., elk., 142 W. 4th 
Collier Julia. 322 John 
Colling John T. H., asst. secy. Western 

Ins. Co.. 299 W. Front 
Collingwood Jnne, 414 W. 6th 
CoUingwood Thos., porter, 54 W. Pearl. 

h. 27 Longworth 
Collins Alexander, r.r. conductor, 563 

W. 9th 
Collins Alfred, lab., 133 W. Canal 
Collins Andrew, confect., 207 Walnut 
Collins Bridget, laundress at Southgate 

House 
Collins Caroline, bds. 24 E. 4th 
Collins Catharine, 32 North 
Collins Catharine, chamberm'dat South- 
gate House 
Collins Chas., sawyer, Pearl b. Elm and 

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Collins Chas.Hy., driver, U. S.Exp. Co. 

bd3. Jones House 
Collins Chas. H., meat store, 38 Public 

Landing, h. 285 Richmond 
Collins Dan., expr. driver, 4n8 Baymiller 
Collins Dan., lab., bds. 90 Freeman 
Collins Dennis, wks. at John N. Clark's 

h, Covington 
Collins Dennis, gas fitter, s.wc. Cth and 

Broadway 
Collins Dennis, gas fitter, 32 North 
Collins E. T., clergyman, s.e.c. 8th and 

Central av. 
Collins Ed\T., caqi., bds. 350| W. 5lh 
Collins Edw., pressman, 25 W. 4th, h 

Ludlow Ky. 
Collins Elizabeth, bds. 24 E. 4th 
Collins Elizabeth, dressmkr., s. w.c. Com- 
merce and Race 
Collins Klizabeth, widow, 22 Dayton 
Collins Elizabeth, 5U Mound 
Collins Frank, elk., 326 W. 8th. w. of 

Central av. 
Collins Francis, tailor, wks. 176 Vine, 

bds. 326 W. 8th 
Collins Geo., jeweller, 191 W. Front 
Collins H. E., (Collins H. E. & Co.,) h. 

Covington 
Collins H. E. & Co., (H. E. C. & J. J. 

Smith, com. mer., 7 Water 
Collins ily., 41 Ludlow 
Collins Ily., brklayer, 59 Race 
Collins Hy., boots and shoes, 251 Central 

av.,h. 182 George 
Collins Hy., cutter, 97 W. 3d 
Collins Hy., dray, bds. 362 W. Court w. 

of Central ay. 
Collins Isaac C, Judge of Common 

Pleas Court, h. Forrest av. 
Collins J., tailor, 154 Richmond 
Collins Jas., elk., 38 Public Landing, 

bds. 285 Richmond 

COLLINS JAMES, 
Furniture Dealer, 350^ W. 5lh 

Collins Jas., moulder, wlis. at A. B. 

Holai irJ & Co's 
Collins Jas. A., briokraalter, 4"i3 \V. 5th 
Collins Jesse, steward, 15 Webb 
Collins J,)hn, shoefltter, 32 North 
Collins John, dray., 6th e. of Lock 
Collins John, huckster, 37 New, e. of 

Bi'oadway 
Collins John, lab., w.s. Culvert, nr. 6th 
Collins John, lab., 43 Longworth's bldg. 

s.s. 6th, e. of Broadway 
Collins John, printer, 87 E. 3d 
Collins John, waiter. Gait House 
Collins John C-, chairmkr., 9 Gjst 
Collins John E., mach., 40 Harrison 
Collins Joshua, white washer and colorer, 

131 W. Canal 
Collins Julia, bds. 308 W. 5th 
Collins Levi T., harness mkr., bds. 1304 

E. Front 
Collins M., wks. 09 E. Front 
Collins M.C., 135 E. .5th 
Colljns Margaret 167 W. 7th 
Collins Martha. 115 Kim 
Collins Mary, 41 Ludlow 
Collins Mary, 1304 E. Front 
Collins Michael, fireman 830 Contra! av. 

h. 2 York 
Collins Michael, lab., 163 Central av. 
Collins Morris, lab.. 90 Hunt 
Collins Nathaniel, fireman, No. 4 Fire 

Co., Sycamore b. 7th andStli 
Collins Patrick, paper carrier, 32 North 
Collins H. II., b. k., 72 W. 4th. h. Co- 
vington 
Collins Richard, lab., bds. 41 c. John 

and 9tli 
Collins Robert, 66 Milton 
Collins Thos., lab., 6th e. of Lock 
Collins Thomas, polisher, wks. David 

Bolles 
Collins Thomas, stone cutter, bds. 186 

Race 
Collins Timothy, dray., 36 E. Sth, e. of 

Lock 
Collins W. M., (Harrison & C.,) c. Sth 

and Central av. 
CoUinsiWashington M., b. k., s.e.c. Vine 

and Front, h. Pearl b. Main and Syc- 
amore 
Collins Wm., b. h., 209 Central av. 



Collins Wra., lab., w.s. 6th nr. Baum 
Collins Wm., lab., 6th, e. of Baum 
Collins Wm., lab., w.s. 6th above Baum 
Collins AVm. E., painter, bds. 1234 E 

Front 
Collins Wm. E., shoemkr., 49 Harrison 
Collins Wm. H , vet. surgeon, 22 Dayton 
CoUinson C, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
CoUinson Geo., mach., 626 W. 6th 
Collis H. G., plumber, wks. 101 W. 6th 
Collis Thos , lab,, bds. c. 6th and W. 

Front [Front 

Collis Timothy, lab., bds. c. 6th and W. 
Collis Robert 0.. harness mkr., 30 E. ."ith 

bds. 337 Main 

CoUom , widow, 424 Freeman 

Collon Peter, lab., 620 W. 8th 

Collon W. C., salesman 73 W. 4th, h. 79 

Mill 
Collord Laura, 197 W. Court 
Collord Newton B., b k., 34 Walnut, h. 

8 Pine 

riOLLORD W. A. & CO., 
I .( U". A. C), Bankers, s.w.c. 3d and 
' Main 
COLLORD Wm, A., (W. A. C. & Co,.) 

118 Hopkins 
Collmann Michael, dray., 484 Broadway 
Collmann Mary, laundress, 15 Abigail 
Colopy John, moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

I?roadway 
Colored Orphan Asylum, s.s. 9th b. Ehn 

and Plum 
Colquhon John, porter, 498 W. 3d 
Colston Thos., fruit dealer, 450 W. Sth 
Colter Aaron A., grocer, 319 and 321 

JIain, h. Mt. Washington 
Colter Alexander, 62 Richmond 
Colter Andrew, distiller, 19 Jefferson 
Colter Bernard, elk., bds. 239 Race 
Colter Ellen, servt., 275 George 
Colter Thomas, pressman, 84 Water 
Colton Frederick, attorney, 3 Law Bldg. 

17 E. 3d, bds. Broadway Hotel 
Coltzinu'er& Woolley,bldrs., 167 George 
Columbia Foundry, IfO W. 2d 

COLUMBIAN BUILDING & HALL, 
n.e.c. Court and Central av. 

COLVILLE A. B., 
Scale Manufacturer, 41 E. 2d, 
h. Ill LonL'Worth 

Colville Hugh, teller Com. Bank, 132 
Main, h. Covington 

Colville Thos., salesman, s.w.c. Pearl 
and Walnut 

Colviu Sylviah M., teacher, 52 Long- 
worth, h. 249 W. Court 

Colvin Thos., elk., bds. 94 Richmond 

Comar Frank, wks. 373 W. 3d 

Coiuiirinck Bernard, grocer, 140 Hopkins 

Combs David, 49 Clinton 

Combs T. B., bds. 160 Longworth 

Coraefort Jas.. lab., 74 R. 3d, e. of Lock 

C.>mefort Margaret, 70 Spring 

Oomegys C. G., phys., 25H Race 

Conioirys C. P., asst. librarian, Public 
Library, bds 208 Race 

Comegys Fred., lab., n-s. Linnteus b. 
John and Centra! av. 

Coiiimar Jacob, wks. 17 E. 7th 

Con]mence William, shoemkr., 18 Com- 
merce [Main 

Commercial Bank of Cincinnati, 132 

COMMERCIAL HOSPITAL, 
12th b. Plum and Central avenue. 

Commercial House, n.e.c. 7th and Cen- 
tral av. 

COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO., 
n.w.c. Main and Front 

/COMMERCIAL ROW, 

). Water and Front 



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Commodore Edward, lab., 205 Broadway 
Commons John, carp., wks. 124 Butler 
Commins Martin, lab., rear s.e.c. Pearl 

and Lnvrence 
COMI'TON Wm. A., (Bantlin & C.,) 442 

W. Sth 
Comsmitt Arnold, tailor. 124 Clark 

COMSTOCK CHARLES G., 
Gen'l Freight Agent Cin , Ham. & 
Dayton Depot, bds. 173Broadway 



COMSTOCK Wm. H., fWm. H. C. & 

Co..) 261 W.4th 

COMSTOCK WM. H. 4. CO.. (Wm. H. 
C. & Jacob S. Aber.) Wholesale 
Boots and Shoes, 14 and 16 W. 
Pearl 
CONAHAN Chas., (Jones and C.,) 86 

Laurel 
Conahan Jas., eng., 17 W. 9th, w. of 

Central av. 
Conahan Jas., stereotyper, bds. 86 Laurel 
Conahan Patrick, bkoinder. 137 Walnut, 

h. 122 Belts 
Conahan Pat., mach., wks. Gas Works 
Cunaway John, lab., 25 State 
Conchn P., 27 Chestnut 
Conclin VTm., grocer, 25 W. Sth, h. nr. 

Newport 
Conden Pat., blksmith, wks. 614 W. 6th 
Condon John, stoker, wks. s.e.c. Central 

av. and Water 
Condon Kate, servt, 422 W. 7th 
Condon Michael, lab., alley b. Sth and 6th 

and Main and Walnut 
Condor Patrick, lab., 36 Kossuth 
Condran John, dray., bds. W. Court 

below Baymiller 
Condron John, dray., 31 Gest 
Cone Barney, cooper, n.w.c. Vine and 

Elder 
Cone Chas., trader, 18 McFarland 
Cone Chas. S., asst. treasurer 0. & M. 

R. R., bds. Burnet House 
Cone Coustantine B,, salesman 24 W. 

Pearl, h. n.w.c. Central av. and 

Longworth 
Cone J. a., salesman 109 W. Pearl, bds. 

Gibson House 
Cone Joseph, box mkr., wks. 507 Plum 
Cone Phillip, peddler, 21 David 
Coneco Joseph, confec, 2 E. 3d, h. 28 

E.5th 
Conelin P., 27 Chestnut 
Conery J., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Cones James, carp., 186 Linn 
Cones Mary, 273 George 
Cones W. W., elk.. 48 Clinton 
Cones Wm. M., 502 W. 7th 
Coneton Thos., cof. h.. 52 E. 7th 
Ccney Dan., lab., 764 E. Front 
Coney John, lab., 35 Central av. 
Conev Jos., mach., bds. 229 W. 6th 
Coney Martin R., (Hubbell & C.,) 498 

Sycamore 
Conser Daniel, brklayer, 58' Rittenhouse 
Conger John, watchman, 211 Poplar 
Congdon Patrick lab., 140 Freeman 
Conhan Chas , manufac,, 86 Laurel 
Conhp.n Jas., printer, 86 Laurel 
Conhogle Bernard, 240 Hopkins 
Conkle Geo. W., 59 Clinton 
ConUle John, lab., 149 Bank 
CONKLIN Amos, (C. & Bacon,) 94 

Riclunond 

CONKLIN & BACON, (Amos C. & 
W. S.B.) Conimisjion, Produce and 
Forwarding Merchants, 21 Walnut 
Conklin Catharine, servt. 182 RicJimond 
Conklln Chas. S., agt., J. M Brunswick 

& Bro„ 8 W. 6th 
Conklin D., measurer of stone wk. brick 

wk. and j)lasleriDg,oflice, s.s. 9th b. 

Plum and Central av 
Conklin Daniel, hk. layer, 577 Freeman 
Conklin David, salesman, 82 W. 4th 
Conklin J. B. & Co. (J. B. C.) com. 

mers.,201 W. Sth 
Conklm Jerome B. (J. B. C & Co.) bds. 

293 W. Sth 
Conklin John J., painter,113 W. Court 

w. of Central av 
Conklin Mary, 8 Longworth's bldg., s.s. 

6th e. of Broadway 
Conklin Pierson,feed dealer, 667 Central 

av 
Conklin Truman, atty, at law, s.s. 9th b. 

Plum and Central av., h. 47 Everett 
Conklin Wm., bk. layer, bds. 122 Linn 
Conklin W^m. H., e.s. Ohio av. s. of Cal- 
houn 
Conkling Allen, bd.<i. 286 Broadway 
Conkling David, bds. 124 Mill 
Conkling Edgar, res. North Cincinnati, 

office. Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. 3d and 

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Conklins Edwavtl A. elk., 109 E 5th 
ConUlins Isaac V., b.k., 44 Harrison 
Conklins J. L. tc Co. (Joseph L. C. & 
Benjamin F. Turner), lard oil and 
stearins manufs., Il 9 E. 5th 
Conkling Joseph L. (J. L. Conkling & 
Co.)' res. Mllford 

CONKLING R. & CO. (Richard C 
& Robert Hogue) Manufacturers 
White Lead. Bro;idwav ab. eth 
CONKLING Richard (R. Conkling & 

Co.) res. Indian Hill 
Conkling W. II., com. mer. and rectifier, 

56 W. Front, h. Vine St. Hill 
Conkling Wm., cooper, wks. 2(> Spring 
Conkling Wm., mach., 288 Broadway 
Conklyii John P., county clerk's office- 

h. 167 Plum 
Conlin Abby, 303 W. 8th w. of Central 

av 
Conlan Agnes, laundress, 141 Sycamore 
Conlan Hugh, cooper, Lock b. 5th and 

Gth 
Conlan James, lab., wks. s.e c. 3d and 

Lock 
Conlan Michael, cooper, ~thb. Sycamore 

and Broadway 
Conlan Michael, lab., n.s. Fulton b. 

Weeks and Washington 
Conlan Patrick, dray., bds. n.e.c. Wash- 
ington and Fulton 
Conlan Thomas, lab., 303 W. 8th w. of 

Central ay 
Conland James, lab., rear 464 E. Front 
Conley Ann. hosiery, 1 New 
Conley Annie, servt., 36 New 
Conlev Anthony, prop. Union House, 

673 W. 6th 
Conley Edward, paper mkr., wks at 

Nixon & Chatfleld's paper mill 
Conley James, blind painter. 236 Vine 
Conley James, elk., bds. 73 E. 5th 
Conley James, cooper. u,s. 6th b. Baum 

and Lock 
Conley James, dray, 35 Elder 
Conley James, maible finisher, 117 Ca- 
nal 
Conley Jeremiah, joiner, wks. 466 W. 

6th 
Conley John, sen., lab., 39 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Conley John, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Conley John, teamster. 233 Water 
Conley Maria, serv., Torrenee nr. For- 
rest ay 
Conley Mary, hosiery. 46 E. 7th 
Conlev Mary A., 39 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Conley Mary E., 102 W. 4th 
Conley Michael, lab.. 42 New 
Conlev Sarah, 297 W. 3d 
Conley Thomas, bark.. 19 R. 5th 
Conley W\, carp., bds. 25 Cutter 
Conley WnT., dray., 391 W. 2d 
Conley Wm., teacher. Deer Creek 
Conman Louisa, servt,, n.e.c- Cutter and 

Richmond 
Conn J. A., carp., 79 Wade 
Conn Thomas, lab., 180 E. 3d e of Lock 
Conn.ahan Patrick, bk. binder, ]22Bett3 
Connarton Andrew, mach., 14 Baum 
Connaughten John, finisher, 14 E. 8th 

e. of Lock 
Connell Mrs. Ann, nnrse. 5' Kossuth 
Connell Catharine, Canal h. 8th and 9th 
Connell Chas., lab., 97 Sycamore 
Connell Daniel, lab., wks. Lane & Bod- 

If-y's 
Connell David, painter, bds. s.w.e. Eve- 
rett and Central av 
Connell Dennis, tailor, bds. h. rear of 177 

Water 
Connell Edward, painter, bds. Ludlow 

House 
Connell James, blksmith, 144 W. Court. 

w. of Central av 
Connell James, lab., wks. s.e.c. Central 

av and Water 
Connell James, dray., bds. Ludlow 

House 
Connell James, hostler, wks. 60 E. Front 
Connell James, lab., 451 W. 2.1 
Connell John, wks, on C, II. & D. R. 

R. 
Connell John, blksmith, bds. s.w.c. Ev- 
erett .and Central av 



Connell John, shoemkr.. bds. 4i)7 W. 3d 

Connell Maria. 347 W. 4th 

Connell Michael, cab. mkr., wks. 133 E. 

Front, h. Newport 
Connell Patrick, lab., M. Canal b. 8tli 

and Court 
Connell Peter, lab., 620 C irr 
Connelly Ann, al. b. 4th and 5th, and 

Central av and John 
Connelly Bartley, boatman, 51 Com- 
merce 
Connelly Bernard, carp, bds. s.w.c. Cth 

and Plum 
Connelly Bridget, chambermaid, Gait 

House 
Connelly Daniel, 82 John 
Connelly Fisty, cof. h., 70 E. Front 
Connelly James, cooper, 6th opp. Baum 
Connelly James, lab., 175 W. Canal 
Connelly James, printer, 16 Harrison 
Connelly Mrs Jane, w.s. O'Reilly al. b. 

3d and Pearl 
Connelly Jeffrey, lab., 41 Rittenhouse 
Connelly Jeremiah, carp., bdu. 175 W. 

Canal 
Connelly ,Tohn, carp.. 20 Richmond 
Connelly John, carp., 20 Miller 
Connelly John, lab., wks. Cin. Gas Light 

and Coke Co., 269 Vine 
Connelly John, jr., elk,, 21) Richmond 
Connelly John H., salesman, 20 Rich- 
mond 
Connelly Jos., carp., bds. 66 W. Court, 

w. of Central av 
Connelly Laurence, porter. 28 Commerce 
Connelly M. B., printer, 73 W. 3d 
Connelly Mary, b. h., 87 Longworth 
Connelly Mary, servt., 45 Race 
Connelly Michael, cooper, n.s. 7th b. 

Broadvvay and Sycamore 
Connelly Morris, lab., 47 Longworth's 

bldg., s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Connelly Owen, lab., 35 W. Court w. of 

Central av 
Connelly Patrick, foreman, sheet iron 

shop. Niles Works, h. Mt. Adams 
Connelly Richard, blksmith, bds. Angus 

ta b. Smith and Tohn 
Connelly Thomas, 199 E. Front 
j Connelly Thomas, cof h., 46 E. Front 
j Connelly Thomas, lab., Iii8 Hopkins 
Connelly Thomas, lab., 262 Water 
Conner Andrew, polisher, wks. s.w.c. 

5th and Broadway 
Conner Bernard, n.s. Whittakerb, Front 

and 3d 
Conner Bernard, mach., wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Conner Bridget, tailoress, 43 Observatory 

Road 
Conner Bridget, 29 Webb 
Conner Edward, 154 Webb 
Conner Hy., e.s. Park b. Longworth and 

6th 

CONNKR J. Q. A., 
Dining Saloon. 197 Vine, 
h. 409 W. 4th 
Conner J. S., last manuf., 70 W. 6th 
Conner James, hostler, 7 E. Cth 
Conner James, lab., Phoebe b. Plum and 

Central av 
Conner John, bds. 185 Mound 
Conner John, elk., bds. 61 E. 4th 
Conner John, finisher, 62 E. 5th 
Conner John, stone raason, 90 Hunt 
Conner John waiter, Burnet House 
Conner Mary, rear of 179 Water 
Conner Mary, servt.. Walnut St. House 
Conner Mary J., 434 Sycamore 
Conner Michael, blksmith, 345 Central 

Conner Michael, lab., c. Central av and 
W. 2d 

Conner Michael, lab., n.s. Front nr. Tor- 
renee 

CONNER Richd. J. (C. & Worman) bds. 
162 Plum 

Conner S. D.,23S Longworth 

Conner Sabina, chambermaid, at 158 W. 
4th 

Conner Thomas, b.k., 33 W. Canal, bds. 
95 W. 8th 

Conner Wm., cof. h., .52 E. Front 

CO.^NER & WORMAN, (Richard J. 
C. &Wm.W.)Wh. Boots & Shoes, 
96 W. Pearl 



Conner Thomas, lab., c. Cherry al. and 

Central av 
Conners Catharine, n.s. 6th b. Lock and 

Baum 
Conners Miss Catharine, bk, binder, n. 

s. 6th b. Baum and Lock 
Conners E., lab., n.s. Hopkins b Free- 
man and Ganard 
Conners Ellen, bk. binder, n.s. 6th b. 

Baum and Lock 
Conners James, fireman, C. H. & D. R. 

R..469 George 
Conners John, 107 E. 5th 
Conners John, lab., 261 John 
Conners Miss Lew, bk. binder, n.s. 6th 

b. Baum and Lock 
Conners Mary. bk. binder, n.s. 6th b. 

Baum and Lock 
Conners Mary, servt., 946 E. Front 
Connerty James, lab.. Commerce b Elm 

and Plum 
Connerty Patrick, lab.,Commerce b. Elm 

and Plum 
Connery Margaret E., 179 Barr 
Connery Susan, widow, 177 Barr 
Connerv Thomas, lab., wks. Lane Sc 

Bodlev's 
Connet A. C, carp.. 66 Wade 
Connington Patrick, lab., 455 \V. 2d 
Connolly B., stair builder, wks. 407 

John 
Connolly Catharine, servt. BurnetHouse 
Connolly J. R-, bds. 298 W. 5th 
ConnollyJames, elk., bds 73 E. 5th 
Connolly John. wks. 387 W. 6th 
Connolly John, eng., Water Works, 56 

Butler 
Connolly Lawrence, porter, 43 Walnut, 

h. 28 Commerce 
Connolly Margaret. 35 E. 3d e. of Lock 
Connolly Michael, porter, 21 E. 2d, h. 

399 W. 3d 
Connolly Thomas, lab.. 148 Pike 
Connolly Wm., caqi., 25 Cutter 

Conno) , lab., w.s. Central av. b. 

2d and Pearl 
Connor Angelina, seamstress, 8th b. Cul- 
vert and Canal 
Connor Benj. H., mach., 206 Barr 
Connor Edwin A., (Bigelow & C.) c. of 

Carroll and Webb al. 
Connor James, blksmith, 189 Baymiller 
Connor James, carriage mkr., wks. Geo. 

C. Miller & Son's 
Connor John, salesman, 30 W. 4th, bds. 

61 E.4th 
Connor Michael, blksmith, 345 Central 

av. 
Connor Michael, lab., 59 Pendleton 
Connor Patrick, fireman, w«rks Gas 

Works 
Connor Phalem, hod carrier, bds. 37 

Smith 
Connor Peter, carriage mkr., e.s. 6th n. 

of Baum 
Connor S. M., widow, 221 Everett 
Connor Wm., mach., 48 New 
Conotan John, carp., 156 Cutter 
Conover Cornelius, salesman, s.w, e. 
Pearl and Walnut, bds. Southgate 
House '[lay 
Conover John L., (Hill & C.) 295 Find- 
Conrad , tailoress. 621 Central av. 

Conrad A., white washer, e.s. John b. 

Betts and Clinton 
Conrad Catharine, ■')2 Martin 
Conrad Chas.. porter, 34 E. Pearl 
Conrad Chas. L., carver. 60 13th 
Conrad Christian, wines and liquors, 797 

Central av. 
Conrad George, (Willingter & C.) Bre- 
men b. Liberty and 15th 
Conrad Jacob, wks. 440 E. Front 
Conrad John. bds. 323 Plum 
Conrad Joseph, bar k., 31 Elder 
Conrad Nicholas, baker, wks. 50 Hamil- 
ton Road [nut 
Conrad Peter, boots and .shoes, 553 Wal- 
Conrad Peter, huckster, 688 Vine 
Conrad Peter, ice mer.. 770 W. Front j 
Conrad Valentine, shoemkr., 2] Clinton 
Conrad Wm., whitewasher, e.s. John b. j 
Betts and Clinton ] 
Conrade Peter, blksmith, n.s. Pearl b. I 
Central av. and John, h.9J Central 



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Conradi Fred., carriajre manuf., n.w.c. 

12th and Bremen, h. 56 12th 
Conradi Hy., feed store. G7(l Main 
Conradt Anthony, varnisher, M) Wade 
Conradt F. P., elk.. 53 VV. Pearl, bds. 

10]E..3d 
Conradt Christian G., sr.,b.h., 101 E. 

3d 
Conradt Christian n jr., 101 E. 3d 
Conradt Geo. H., salesman, 53 W. Pearl, 

h 101 E.3d 
Conradt Wm., cooper, wks. 133 Western 

av. 
Cocrady John, sewing machine mkr., 

335 W.5th 
Conray Patrick C, steward rear 71 W. 

Court w. of Central av. 
Conrath P. S., bar k., bds. 55 Sycamore 
Conrey Mary, servt., Burnet House 
Conrod Casper, lab., 4;!4 Linn 
Conroddy Wm., blKsmith, 157 Linn 

GONROV CHARLES, 
Groceries, 
n.e.c 3d and Central ar 
Conroy Daniel, lab., wks. Harrison, Hill 

&. Go's factory 
Conroy John, lab., 273 John 
Conroy John, lab., 63 W. Front 
Conroy Michael, tailor, h. n.s. 6th b. 

Carr and Harriet 
Conroy Sarah, s.e.c. 5th and Butler 
Conroy Wm., bds. 185 E. iid 
Considine Catharine, laundress, 48 Free- 
man 
Constant H., wines and liquors, 88 K. 2d 

h. 207 VV. Front 
Constantine Wni., bds. 138 Longworth 
/CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO., 
I I of New York. Capital $.i(iO,C:OU, 
^^ W. L. Evans & Co., Agents, 65 W. 

3d 
Contlock John, lab, 662 Central av. 
Contun M'diie, recluse. Convent of the 
Good Shepherd 

CONVENT OF THE GOOD SHEP- 
herd, c. Bay miller and Linn 

Converse James S. J., St., Xavier's 

Church. Sycamore, b. 6th and 7th 

Conway ,28 Richmond 

Conway Andrew, marble cutter, bds. 70 

Laurel 
Conway Anna Maria, dress mkr. bds. 123 

Richmond 
Conway C, printer, 28 Richmond 
Conwav C, finisher, wks, s.w.c. Elm & 

Pearl 
Conway Catharine, 70 Laurel 
Conway James, cab. mkr., 612 E. Front 
Conway James, printer. 13 W. 4th 
Conway John, lab., rear of 171 Water 
Conway John, teamster, bds. 317 2d 
Conway Joseph, blksmith, wks. at A. B. 

Holahird & Co-s 
Conway Ij., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Conway Lawrence, blksmith, 3d, first h. 

e. of Reservoir 

CONWAY MONCURE D., 
Clergyman, 
6:1 Mc Farland 
Conway Mnry, laui. dress, 401 W. 2d 
Co.iway Mason A., painter, 115 George, 
h. n.w.c. Baymiller and Richmond 
Conway Matthew, lab., 59 1 W. 6th 
Conway Michael, carp., 39 Elm 
Conway Michael, finisher, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Conway Michael, pattern mkr., 53 Eli- 
zabeth 
Conway Morris, printer, 28 Richmond 
Conway Peter, elk., s.e c. Pearl and Lud- 
low, h. Newport 
Conway Sirah, 87 E. 3d 
Conway Stephen, lab.. 2.39 Barr 
Conway Thos., dray, 82 Abigail 
Conway Thomas A., n.w.c. Richmond 

and Baymiller 
Conwell Carlos, F., plumber, 117 W. 6th 
Coogen Nicholas, teamster, 400 W.ith 

Cook , patent medicine agt., bds. 

202 Walnut 
Cook A., night watchman, 94 Qest 
Cook A., carp , n.e.c. Baymiller and 

Clark 
Cook A., dray, 1.5i) Wade 



COOK A. L., 
Physician, 260 Walnut (St. John's 
Bl.lg) bds. Walnut Street House 
Cook Alfred, bds. 177 Sycamore 
Cook Alfred A., mach., 365 W. 4th 
COOK Alfred M., (M. H. Cook & Co.) 

res. Delhi 
Cook Ambmse W., Lieut. Police, (City 

Bldg.) h. 94Gest 
Cook Andrew J., coal measurer, bds. 88 

George 
Cook Anna, seamstress, Baum ni'. 3d 
CooK Anthony furniture store, 531 Cen- 
tral av. 
Cook Augustus A. b.k., M. H. Cook & 

Go's, h. 365 W. 4th 
Cook B., confec.,6116 Central av. 
Cook Barbara, .57 Kverttt 
Cook Bernard, baker, 72 Mulbery 
Cook Bernard, carp., 219 Belts 
Cook Bernard, eng.,wks. 20 Spring 
Cook Benjiimin, chair mkr., 253 Hop- 
kins 
Cook Benjamin, stove mounter, 502 W. 

3d 
Cook C, moulder, 337 Clark 
i ^ OOK CARTER, 
I J Stove and Tin Ware 
^^ 361 Central Avenue 
Cook C. G., wks. 373 W. 3d 
Cook Catharine, 17 Archb. 3d and 4th 
Cook Charles, candy mkr.. .52 Main 
Cook Charles, carriage trimmer, wks. at 

W. H. BricUel's, res. Covington 
Cook Charles, dray, 58 Ham. Road 
Cook Chas.. hatter, bds 48 E. Pearl 
Cook Chas., mason, c. 15th and Central 

av. 
Cook Chas., porter, 124 Walnut 
Cook C Lira, 188 VV. .5th 
Cook Cornelius, carriage mkr., Long- 
worth nr. Stone 
Cook Daniel, printer, 783 Race 
Cook E..2t>8 Cutter 
Cook Edward, (Edw. Cook & Co.)Cum- 

miiiusville 
Cook Eiiward & Co., [Edw. C & Benj. 
W. Hill.) tallow renderers, s-s. Pop- 
lai b. .lohn and Linn 
Cook Elizabeth, rear 5U0 E. Front 
Cook Elizabeth, laundress, 45 Observa- 
tory Road 
Cook Ernst, lab., wks. J. McNeil 
Cook Fernando, carver, wks. s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Cook Francis, cab. mkr., wks. 89 W. 

2d 
Cook Francis, cof. h.. Culvert nr. 6th 
Cook Frank, cigar manufac, 114 E. 2d 
Cook Fred., lab., wks. n.e.c. Walnut 

and 7th 
Cook George, cooper, 1 Mulbery 
Cook George, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Cook Geo., shoemkr., bds. 90 E. 2d 
Cook George, tailor, 388 Baymiller 
Cook Geo., turner, wks. 517 Central av. 
Cook Geo., dray, 12 Dunlap 
Cook Goo. T., pattern mkr., 199 W. 

Front 
Cook H., actor U. S. Hotel 
Cook H., chair manuf., s s. Melancthon 

nr. Jones 
Cook H.irriet, 70 W. 6th 
Cook Harriet, strwanless, 47 E. 7th 
Cook Hy..bds. 109 W. 5th 
Cook Hy., trunk mkr., wks. .507 Plum 
Cook Hy., wood sawyer, 40 Gest 
Cook Hy. L., saddletree mkr. wks. at J. 

Trotman's 
Cook 1. N., freight agt. Central Ohio 

R.R., '28 Walnut, h. 364 W. 8th 
Cook J. I.., elk. 265 Walnut 
Cook Jacob C, moulder, 337 Clark 
Cook James, lab., Sargent b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Cook James W., bk. mason, n.s. Clark b. 

Freeman and (Jarrard 
Book James W. finisher, n.s. Clark w.of 

Freeman 
Cook Jane, 72 Hopkins 
Cook John, 20rt Hopkins 
Cook John, carver, bds. 107 AV. 5th 
Cook John, cooper, 1 Mulberry 
Cook John, driver's and butcher's ex- 
change, opp. Brighton House 



Cook John, elk., bds. 174 W. Front 
Cook John, huckster, c Plum and Oli- 
ver 
COOK John, (Leonard & Cook,') 97 

Ham. Road 
Cook John, oil mkr, 346 Ham. Road 
Cook John G , saddler, wks. 242 Main 
Cook Joseph, cab. mkr., 180 W. Court 
Cook Joseph, peddler, 79 Providence 
Cook M., lab., bds. 92 Sycamore 

C>(OOK M. H. & Co., (Milton H. 
I C. & Alfred M. Cook,; Great Wes- 
'^ tern Planin? Mill, w s. W. W. Ca- 
nal, opp. C. H. & D. R. R. Depot 
Cock Martin, lab., s.w.c. Everett and 

Central av 
Cook Mary, seamsti-ess, 130 Sycamore 
Cook Mary, seamstress, Baum nr. 3d 
Cook Mary, servant. 183 W. 4th 
Cook Mary E., 365 W. 4th 
Cook Michael, wks. w.s. of Lawrence b. 

E. Peail and Front 
Cook Michael, plow mkr., wks. Gan-ett & 

Cottman's 
Cook Michael, rivet mkr., 35 Lock 
Cook Michael, shoemkr., 469 Gtorge 
COOK Milton H., (M. U. C & Co.) 361 

W. 4th 
Cook Moses, Commerce b. Elm and 

Plum 
Cook Nicholas, cooper, 1 Mulberry 
Cook Nicholas, lab., 49 Bremen 
Cook Nicholas, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d, h. 

49 Bremen 
Cook R. C, painter, bds. 65 W. 5th 
Cook Richard, carp., 170 Ban- 
Cook Richard, printer. Gazette Office 
Cook Rose, r> Home 
Cook T., wks. E. Frontb. Lawrenceand 

Pike 
COOK Theodore, (Barker, Hart & C) 

428 W. 6th 
Cook Thomas, eng., s.s. Front b. Niag- 
ara and Willow 
Cook Thomas, bds. 166 A'ine 
Cook Vincent L., b.k.. 24 W. Pearl, bds. 

175 Vine 
Cook Walter, cook, 97 George 
Cook Webster H., b.k., 441 W. 8th 
Cook Wm.,cook, h. 50 E 2d 
Cook Wm , cutter, s.w.c. 3d and Syca- 
more 
Cook Wm., lab., n.s. Front near Cen- 
tral av 
Cook Wm., plasterer, 16 Rittenhouse 
Cook Wm., tador, 47 >^ Sycamore 
Cook Wm., tailor, 30 Pub. Landing 
Cook Wm., tinner, 361 Central av. h. 

Newport 
Cook Wm.H., phys., 132 W. 6th, h. 182 

George 
CooKeGeo. T., (Geo. T. & Wm. E. C.) 

199 W. Front 
Cooke Geo. T. & Wm. E., (Geo. T. C 

& W. E. C.) pattern and model 

mkrs., s.w.c. John and Augusta 
Cooke John T., dk., 72 VV. 4th, h. 174 

W. Front 
Coolie Richard, carp., and builder, 45 

E. 3d, h. Barr nr. Baymiller 
Cooke Wm., lab., 220 W. 5th 
Cooke Wm. E., (Geo. T. & Wm. E. C.) 

298 Water 
Cookmire Henry, lab-. 595 Race 
Cooley Geo. W., mess. Adams Ex. Co., 

h.272 Vine 
Cooley Jos., chair mkr , wks. s.w.c. 

Augusta and Smith 
Coolidge Edward, elk., 186 W. 5th 
Coolidge Elisha T., elk., 3 George 
Coolidge John K., furn. manuf., n.e.c 

Smith and Front, store 185 and 187 

W. 5th, h. Millcreek Tp 
Coolidge W. H.. 118 John 
Cooling John, carp., w.s. Central av. b. 

2d and Pearl 
Coolman Levi, carp., 139 Baymiller 
Coombs Elijah, cutler, 143 Walnut, h. 

73 Barr 
Coornhs S. B., Venetian blind manuf., 

236 Vine 
Coombs Mrs. Sarah, chambermaid, 51 
W. 7th 

COON GEORGE, White Mills Dis- 
tillery, s s. Western av. b. Bank 
and Harrison av., h. Ill Baymiller 



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Coon George, lab., 960 Central ay 
Coon Ileniy, (iiay.,783 K. Front 
Coon John J., eng., Fulton and Kem- 

pers Lane 
Coon Mary, 54 Ham, Road 
Coon S. D.,54 Ham. Road 
Cones Laney, rear, 87 Martin 
Cooney D., mach., vvks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Cooney Frank, bds. n.w.o. Pike and 

Front 
Cooney Margaret, 234 Water 
Cooney Mary, seamstress, s.w.c. 6th and 

Pierson 
Conig Patrick, grocer, 968 E. Front 
Cooney Theodore, tailor, 204 Linn 
Cooney Thos., carp., bds. 49 Race 
Conradev John, mach., 73 W. 3d, h. 335 

W. Jth 
Coonrod James, waiter, Broadway Ho- 
tel 
Coons Columbus, stair bldr.,Linn below 

Clark 
Coons Conrad, tanner, s.w.c. Elm and 

Henry 
Coons G. R., bds. 297 W. 6th 
Coons H. B., teacher, 101 Broadway 
Coons Harriet, seamstress, 17 Union 
Coons J. F., clergyman, 101 Broadway 
Coons John, wks. Longwortli's wine 

manuf., s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Coons W., carp., wks. 487 Freeman 
CoonslerJ., mach., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Cooper Abraham, peddler. 484 John 
Cooper Albert, (C. At Kirby,) 36 E. 5th 
Cooper Allen, (Jones & C.) Hotel Du- 
mas 
Cooper Bernard, watchman, n.s. Front 

b. Foster and Corporatinn Line 
Cooper C, s.s. 6tli e. of Broadway 
Cooper Caspar, ship carp., 878 E. Front 
Cooper Chas., cab. mkr., 333 Central av 
Cooper & Co., (Wm. C, R. Meyer & 

John Peper,) cigars and tobacco, 10 

E. Front 
Cooper Edwin, elk., n.w.c. 6th and 

Broadway 
Cooper Kdwin H., elk., n.e.c. 5th and 

Broadway 
CooperEliza, 272W. 4th 
Cooper Ennis. teamster, 104 Belts 
Cooper Frederick, wood sawyer, 304 

Longworth 
Cooper Geo. W., foreman, 275 W. 5th, h. 

17 Betts [worth 

Cooper Henry, tinner, bds. 301 Long- 
Cooper Imla R.. salesman, lil Pearl, h. 

27 Betts 

COOPER J. M., 
Boots, Shoes & Hosiery, 36 E.4th, 
h. 724 E. Front 
Cooper James, (C. & Stokes,) 365 John 
Cooper James C, wh. cracker baker, n. 

e.c. Walnut and Water 
Cooper Jeremiah, (Samuel & Jeremiah 

C.)h. Walnut Hills 
Cooper Jeremiah, gardener, E. Walnut 

Hills 
Cooper & Kirby, (Albert 0. & Jos. K.) 

provisions, 36 E. 5th 
COOPER L., (L. & J. M. C.) 724 E 
Front 

COOPER L. & J. M., 
Drui-'gist, 
724 E. Front 

Cooper M. Rufus, salesman, 27 Betts 

Cooper Mary, widow, 220 Freeman 

Cooper Mary E., 309 W. 4th 

Cooper Martin, binder, 167 Walnut, h. 
Newport 

Cooper Peter, upholsterer, 186 Race 

Cooper Robert A., grocery, 84 and 86 E. 
Pearl, h. Millcreek Tp 

Cooper S.,cof. h., 101 W. 5th 

/^(OOPER SAMUEL, 

I I Clermont Hotel, 

^ 78 Broadway 

Cooper Samuel, fSamuel & Jeremiah 
C.) res. Walnut Hills 

Coojier Samuel & Jeremiah, liquorstore, 
s.e.c. 6th and Plum 

Cooper Samuel S., com. mer., 59 Wal- 
nut, h. 192 George 

Cooper k. Stokes, (Jas. C. & Samuel S.) 
auction and com. mer., 14 E. 4th 



Cooper Theodore, blk. smith, 52 McFar- 

land 
Cooper Thomas, oof. h , 76 W. 3d, h. 38 

Race 
Cooper W., cab. mkr., 104 Gest 
Cooper Wm., (C. & Co.) h. Newport 
COOPER Wm. W., (Bird, Burrows & 

Co.) 272 George 
Cooppersmith Gasper, cab. mkr., bds. 90 

W. Court 
Coors FrederickjFarmer's Hotel,! J12 E. 

Frt.nt 
Coors Fiederick, lab.. 684 Main 
Coors Wm., bds. c. Laurel and Bay- 
miller 
Cooster John, .56 Rittenhouse 
Cootz Joseph, porter, 66 Peete 
Copas Conrad, miller, 62 Lock 
Cope August, cab. mkr., 462 John 
Cope Henry, cigar mkr., 2.52 John 
Cope Jason, carp., wks. 319 W. 8th 
nOPE JOHN, 
I I Blacksmith, Freeman b. 
^^ Bank and Central av 
Cope John, lab., Pennock al. b. Cutter 

and Linn 
Cope Wm., cigar mkr., 46 Rittenhouse 
Cope Wm., teamster, 158 Carr 
Copeland Archibald, boatman, 116 Front 
Copeland Geo. A., b k., 162 Main, bds. 

34 Longworth 
Copeland Robert, porter, 36 Walnut, bds. 

55 W. Front 

COPELKN GEORGE W., 
Sec. Citizens Ins. Co., 
Office 18 Main 
Copeman Henry, bar k., at Farmer's 
Hotel 

COPEN A. P., 
Storage & Commission Merchant, 
OOWater, bds. 89 W, 7th 
Copen T. B., elk., bds. 89 W. 7th 
Copii Mary, 169 W. Court 
Coppen C, S. J.. Prof, in St. Xavier 

College. Sycamore b. 6th and 7th 
Coppiu Daniel G., draughtsman, wks. 

W R. Dunlap & Co.'s 
Coppin Joseph, carp., 427 W. 5th 
Coppin Wm., carp., 140 Freeman 
Coppin Wm., carp,, 1-10 S))ring 
Coppinger Thomas J. S., clergyman, s. 

e.c. 8th and Central av 
Coppock Wm., law student, s.w.c. 3d 

and Main, bds. 182 Plum 
Copter Frank, lab., Van Horn b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Corban Alexander, steward, 12 E. 8th, e. 

of Lock 
Corbeok James, w.s. O'Reilly al. b 3d 

and Pearl 
Corbet Illiza, laundress, w.s. 6th above 

Baum 
Corbet James, teamster, w.s. 6th above 

Baum 
Corbet Patrick, teamster, w.s. 6th above 

Baum 
Corbett Beruhard C, news depot, 206 

Walnut 
Corbett Michael, confec , 210 Sycamore 
Corbett Thomas, b.k., 38 W. 4th, h. 61 

W. 3d 
Corbin James B., receiver, Pendleton & 

5th St. Market R. K. Co. 
Corbin John H., auctioneer, 40 Public 

Landing, h. 35 Plum 
Corbin Joseph, messenger, Bk. of theO. 

valley, h. 27 Webb 
Corbin Wm.,27 Webb 
Corbley Owen, wks. M. Greenwood, h. 

465 Plum 
Corbley Mary. servt.,at 167 Race 
CORBY F P. (F. P. C.&Co.)7l W. Sth 

C^ ORBY F. P. C & CO. (F. P. C, B. 
I F. Gossin & C. S. Green.) Cin. R. 
Road Chair & Spike Works, office, 
4 Pub. Landing 
Corcoran Ann, 46 Barr 
Corcoran Dennis, lab , 39 E. 7th 
Corcoran Mrs. E., 158 Baymiller 
Corcoran Edward, cof. h., 232 Elm 
Corcoran Edward, grocer, n.w.c. Smith 

and Longworth 
Corcoran James, hostler, at Philadel- 
phia Go's stable, bds. 696 W. Front 
Corcoran Jeremiah, lab., 39 Lock 
Corcoran John, elk., 46 Barr 



Corcoran John, cooper, 8 Wilson 
Corcoran John, lab., 20 Lock 
Corcoran Patrick, cab. mkr., cor. Race 

and Commerce 
Corcoran Patrick, dray., 29 Lock 
Corcoran Patrick, stone cutter, n.e.c. 

John and Elizabeth 
Corcoran Philip, lab., 46 Barr 
Corcoran Thomas, cof. h., 78 W. Water 
Corcoran Thos., stencil cutter, 126 Wal- 
nut, h. 80 Butler 
Corday Eliza, sent., 371 John 
Coiday Margaret, servt,. 364 \S . 7th 
Corday Mary, servt , 354 W. 7th 
Corde Hy., sawyer, 168 Everett 
Corder Hy., brass finisher, 92 E. 2d 
Corderman Geo., br-K. layer, 11 Chestnut 
Corilerman J. W., brk. layer, 11 Chest- 
nut 
Corderman Millard, brk. layer, 11 Chest- 
nut 
Corderman Wm., caiTp., 11 Chestnut 
Corders Christ. H., meat store, 473 Br'd- 

way, h. 636 Main 
Cordes Mdlle., recluse, Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
Cordes D., grocer, n.w.c. Baymiller and 

York 
Cordes Fred., tailor, 418 Main, h. 18 Al- 

Cordes Hy., horse shoer. Central av. b. 

Oliver and Liberty 
Cordes Thomas, pork packer, lodges 79 

W. 4th 
Cordesman H. J., 339 Clark 
Cordismann Hy., finisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Cordry John J., joiner, n.s. Nassau b. 

Reed and Broad 
Cordukes J. ^Gilmore & C) 
CORDUKES Thomas (Morrison, C. & 

Co.) bds. Burntt House 
Corel John, carriage mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Miller & Son's 
Corev Roliert, mach., wks. Niles Works 
Coriell Levi T.. b.k., A, L. Mowry & Co. 

589 W.8th 
Corin Daniel, painter, bds. 203 Elm 
Coris Christ., wks. livery stable, 9th b. 
Plum and Central av. bds. 64 Rich- 
mond 
Corriston Jackson, bds. 179 E. Front 
Corker Thon'.as, lab., 609 W. 8th 
Corkill Emilia, fancy store, 67 Pendleton 
Corkill Philip, lab., 67 Pendleton 
Corkin Hv., waiter, Burnet House 
Corklin James, dray., 141 E. Pearl^e. of 

Broadway 
Corkortin John, hostler, bds. Congress 

Exchange 
Corl Thomas, lab., Deer Creek Valley 
CORLISS Daniel G. (S. M. Marsh, C. & 

Co.) 178 Elm 
Cormer Dick, lab., 67 Green [Linn 

CorneauChas. H., elk., 16 W. 3d, h. 334 
Corneau David Ellis, elk., 12 W. 2d, h. 

334 Linn 
Corneau R. H,, 345 Linn 
Cornelius, 0. S,, finisher, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Cornelius Conrad, barber, 597 Vine 
Cornelius Geo., blksmith, bds. 224 Bre- 
men 
Cornelius S-, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Cornelius Philip, cigar mkr.. i'^.Si JLain 
Cornelius Valentine, lab., 501 Walnut 
Cornelius Valentine, shoemkr., 176 Clay 
Corner James, lab , 65 Kossuth 
Corney John, lab., rear e.s. Ludlow b. 3d 

and Pearl 
Cornhouse Jacob, lab., bds. 553 W. Sth 
Cornish Ann, seamstress, n.s. junction 

lith and Front 
Cornish Wm., joiner, wks, 470 W. 6th, 

h. 31 Hathaway 
Cornley Peter, lab., Harriet nr. W. W. 

Canal 
Cornman Jacob, 100 Carr 
Cornman John, mattress mkr., 29 Pub- 
Landing, h. Covington 
Corner David L., dry goods dealer, s.w. 
c. Central av. and Longworth, h. e. 
s. Plum nr. 3d 
Cornwell Smith, moulder, wks. Niles 
Works, res. Newport 



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Corny L. H., supt. Niles Works, res. E. 

Walnut Hills 
Corp Cnniafl. lab., rear 4G4 E. Front 
Corran Wm. L ,blk-smitb, 29 Parson 
Correston Jackson, mach., wks. 1C2 K. 

Fro:;t 
Correvant Andreas, barber, 447 W. 2d 
Correvont John, barber, s.vv.c. Everett 

and Linn 
Corrigan Stephen, dray. 17 Pub. Land- 

Corry ,sei-vt., Burnet House 

Corrv J. A.. 06 Lon-worth 

CORRY WILLIAM McMILLAN. 
Attorney, n.e.c. 9th and Walnut, 
h. Onrryville 
Corsmeier Bernard, srocer, 278 W. Front 
Corte Andrew, carriage mkr., (37 Pen- 
dleton 
Corte Hy. blksmith. 67 Elm 
Corte Wra., lab., 68 Rittenhou^e 
Cortez Thomas, bk. binder. 97 Buckeye' 
Cortis Hy.. varnisher. 14:^ Pleasant 
Cortman Wm , varnisher, 900 Clark 
Gorton Michael, huckster, .50 Now 
Coiton Patrick, huck^t?r. -iO New 
Corty Francis, wks. S- S. Ashcraft's foun- 
dry c. Plum and Wade 
Corty Hirmon, cooper, Gest b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Corwin Catharine, tailoress, 46 Barr 

CORWIN D. W.. Wh. Forei-n and 
Dimenic Dry Gvids, 88 and 90 W. 
Pearl, h. l.il W. 4th 
Corwin O C. banker, 360 r!eor?e 
Corwin H. R., lumber dealer. 24'^ K. 
P-aH e. of Br-iadwiv. b. 107 Pike 

CORWINE RICJIARDM .Attorney 
at Liw, omr», room 7 Slnrf's hM-r, 
c. 4th and Hammond, res. 430 W. 
6th 
Corwine Saml L., city elk., ofSce, city 

bldr3.,h.3?9 G^orie 
Cory Dan., painter, bds. 203 Elm 
Cory Marshall, 1 ib., bds. s.s. Front b. 

Reed and Broad 
Gospel T., carp.. 74 Gest 
CoseerB., 1ab.,6i1 W. Front 
Cosgrave Mi-^hael- currier. 36 New 
Co3°rrave Otway, carrier, 2 Main, h. 36 

New 
Cosirove Bridget. 4.56 W. .5th 
Cosrrove James, lab., 42 Accommoda- 
tion 
Cosjrovp John, lab, 16 E. Rth e. of Lick 
CosTr-iye John, shoerakr., n.w.c. Cen- 
tral ay. and 6tb. h 4.56 W .5th 
Cos^roye Peter, expfpss driver, n.s. 7th 

h. Broadway and .Sycamore 
Cosjrove Wm.. shoemkr . 456 W.5th 
Coscrrow Thomas, d-av.. 319. John 
Coshulter Bernard, lab , Kil'.rour b. 4th 

and 5th 
Cosper Georcre, me«sencrer, .549^ W. 7th 
Cosper Jacob, carp.. SJ.nii \y. 7th 
Gossan Gei-aM. elk., 177 W. 9tb 
Cossink H.. wks. E Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike j 

Cost Fred.. Tn= ajt., 340 Main 
Cost Hy.. 91 Liurel 

Co-it James, lab . w'c«. 131 E. Front t 

Cost Ri.hard. 170 York I 

Co^ti Stephen, musician, rear 292 Main 
Goofllo .\ntbonv, drav., .547 W. 7th 
Costello Edward, lab., e.s. 6th n. of 

Baum 
Cost»ll-. Francis D.,h!ksmith, 99 Free- 
man 
Co=tel|o Jihn.427 W. 3i 
Ci^t»l!o John.b'k^mifb. 48 Pierson 
Cist"l'o J>hn.clk.: 1-53 W. Front 
Co-tello J ihn. fireman, wks. Gas Works 
Costello John L., salesman. 13« AV. .5th 
GostHlI-. John M., elk.,. 59 W.Fnmt 
Costo'lo M.. drav., wks. 18 Sycamore, h. 

30 Pearson 
Costello Miry, sales woman, 93 W. 4th, 

res. 156 Cutter 
Co=tello Mich.ael, lab., s.s. fitb nr. TTivpp 
Costello Thomas, trimmins store, 13S W. 

.5 th 
Co3t»llo Thomas, jr., salesman, 139 W. 

.5th 
Cost=^To Wm., lab., 141 E. Pearl e. of 

Broad vay 
Costello Wm., stone cutter, 1.56 Cutter 



I Costello Wm. L., salesman. 138 W. 5th 

C)st»r A., cook. Rail Ro.ad Hotel 

Costetter Ellen, 256 Court 

Costitran Dmiel, watchman, Burnet 
House 

Costi^an Wm., porter. 53 Main, h. 549 
W. 8th 

Costills John, blksmith, wks. s.w.c. 7th 
and Smith 

Cotekamp Chri.-tiana. widow. 52 Dudley 

Cotemeier Christian, blksmith, 69 Riddle 

Cutman B.. wks. 30 Butler 

Cuttenbrook Frank, bar k., Broadway 
Hotel 

Cotter Hy., cof. h.. Landing b. Broad- 
way and Ludlow, h. 90 E. 2d 

Cotter James. 427 W. 3d 

Cotter Miles, boatman, 6th b. Broadway 
I and Culvert 

COTTEUAL&GOLDSWORTHY, (J. 
W. C. & r. G.) Caipenters and 
Builders. 328 K.lm 
I COTTERAL J. W. (C. & Goldsworthy), 
328 Elm 

Cotterall Edward, hostler, 13 E. 5th 

Cottev Geo., rear n.w.c. Pike and Front 

Cottle Chas., blksmith. 417 W. 3d 
! Cottle R. n .b. h., 1.58 Cutter 

Cottle Simeon, varnisher. Cutter b. Cath- 
I arine and Clark 

Cottle Wm. F., well digger, bds. 116 
! Laurel 

Cottman H . lab., 151 Gorman 

COTTMAN Thos., (Garrett & C.) 332 
I Race 

Cottom Pavid R., elk., 53 VV. Pearl, bds 
I 280 George 

Cottom Ev m J., salesman, 59 W. Pearl, 
bd«. 280 George 
; COTTOM J. W., (Hubbell, Driver* C.) 
280 George 

Cotton Chas. R.. agt. I. & C. E.R., bds, 
I Spencer House 
: Cotton Lvman. survyor. 24 Parsons 

Cotton Wra.,brk.mkr., n.e.c. Van Horn 
j and Carr 

Cotty Wm.. carp., wks s.e.c. John and 
I Augusta, h. s s. Hathaway 

, Couch John R..\ eng.. w.s. Ramsey b. 
! Front and W. W. Canal 

I Couch Washington, eng.. w.s. Ramsey 
I b. Fi-nnt and W. W. Canal 

COt'DEN E B., 
Millinery Store, 
7 E. 4th 
C^ugherman Bernard, wood sawyer, 452 

W. Liberty 
Coughlan John, 134 Bavmiller 
Cong' Ian Thos., mach.. 134 Bavmiller 
Coughlin Danl.. cooper, 41 Lock 
Cougblin John, cooper. 41 Lock 
C(juglilin John, lab., n.w.c Freeman 

and Richmond 
Cougblin Margaret, dress mkr., 41 Lock 
Cougnlin !M.ary, dress mkr.. 41 LocK 
Cougblin Thos., cooper, 41 Lork 
Cougblin Thos., foreman Enqu'rer. h. 
n.s. Hathaway b. Jane and B 'ymil- 
ler 
Cougblin Wm. C. watchman, 231 E. 5th 
Coukhill P.. hinge mkr., wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Coulenberg Herman, lab.. 165 Linn 
Conlenberg John. drav. 129 Linn 
Coulter B. v., elk., .Meth. Book Con- 
cern, bds. 239 Race 
Coulter David, coffee h., 36 E. Front 
CouUpi- J., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Conltpr Wm., baker, wks. 172 Elm 
Coulton Chas.. bds. 79 Mill 
Coulton Wm.. salesman. 79 Mill 
Coultry Martin, lab.. 63 W. Front 
Count"e Joseph, janitor. 47 E. 7th 
Countpe Martha J., seamstress, e. s. 

Novth b. 7th and New 
Countoe R-hecca, e.s. North b. 7th and 

New 
Countee Tobias, e.s. North b. 7th and 
Now 



OrVTY ArDTTOR'S OFFICE, 
Wm. P.Ward. Auditor, 
Court House 
OUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE, 
Chas. E. CisN Clerk, 
Court House 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 
office. 
Court House 
COUNTY RECORDER'S OFFICE, 
Henry Ives, Recorder, 
Court House 
COUNTY SHKRIFF'S OFFICE, 
John B. Armstrong, Sheriff, 
Court House 
COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE, 
E. D. Cruikshank, Treasurer, 
Court House 
Courier Lucinda. 267i George 
Courier Patrick, fireman, wks. Gas Wks. 

COURIER PRINTING CO., 
F. L. McChesney, Agent, 
74 W. -Jd 
Course John, tailor, bds. 340 Vine 
Court Chas.. mach., G26 W. 6th 

COURT HOUSE, 
e.s Main b. 9th and Canal 

Conrtnev John, harness mkr., wks. 102 

Main, bds. 136 Main 
Courtney Maiy, widow, 214 W.Courtw. 

of Central av 
Courtney Mary, servt.. 150 Richmond 
Couzins Eliza, 18 Richmond b. Elm and 

Plum 
Cousins Sarah, 22 E. 7th 
Cousins Wiley, barber, 20 E. 5th, h. 234 

Longworth 
Couton Peter, tailor, bds. 346 Main 
Coutts Jas., eng., 128 Mound 
Couzzins Wiley, barber, 32 Central av 
Coverdale Robt. T.. gas fitter, 210 George 

I Covert Bernard, planer, 137 Baymiller 

I Covert Joseph B., janitor Masonic Tem- 
ple, 101 Longworth 

I Covington Saml. F., b.k., 19 Sycamore, 

I h. 2.33 W. 4th 

Cowan Geo., janitor Metropolitan Bldgs., 

j h. 335 Walnut 

I Cowan Hy.. photograph gallery, 22 W. 

I 5th 

Cowan Jas., lab., 405 Sycamore 
Cowan John, tailor, 213 W. 3d 

; Cowans Jacob, lab.. 280 W. 8th 

; Cowans Valentine, blksmith G14 W. 6th 

t Cowdery Saml.. carp-, bds. 109 W. 5th 
Cowe Hy.. 53 W. 3d 

j Cowen Jas., w.s. Sycamore b. Abigail 
and Woodward 

I Cowgill Eliza, 479 Elm 

* Cowgill William, 53 W Front, bds. 3G 
Longivorth 
Cowhey'Thos.. lab., 121 L^ck 
Cowing Estes H., b.k., 11 W. Front, h. 

85 Pike 
Cowing Kirk N., elk. 11 W. Front, bds. 

>-5 Pikel 
Cowie Mary, dress mkr., 525 W. 5th 
CowlesWm. H. H., printer, n.w.c. 8th 

and Svcamore 
Cowpland J. C. gilder, 9 E, 4th 
Cox Abel, mach., 28 Betts 
Cox Abiel, wks. Cin. Type Foundr.v 
Cox Abner, boatman, w.s. 6th, above 

Baum 
Cox Alex., finisher, bds. 148 Smith 
Cox David, chair mkr., 42 Clark 
Cox David, shoemkr.. bds. 44 Richmond 
Cox Emma, lace manuf. 30 E.4th,h. 16 

E. 4th 
Cox Geo., carp.. 240 Cutter 
Cox Griffln. 518 Elm 
C )x Hiram, phys., 498 Central av 
Cox John, blksmith, bds. 208 W. 5th 

: Cox John, carp., 3nO W. Front 

I Cox John, eng., IS Baum 

j Cox John, map mounter. 513 W. 3d 

I Cox John, tailor, 16 E. 4th 
Cox John D., (G. W. Terry & Co.) 513 

I W. 3d 

' Cox John S , phys , 498 Central av 
Cox John S., carp., 300 W. Front 
Cox Joseph, n.s. Oliver b. John and . 
Central fiv 

COX JOSEPH, Attorney, 3 Apollo 
Bldgs., n.w.c. .5th and Walnut, 
I h Sedamsville 

Cox Lewis, shoemkr , bds. 44 Richmond 
Cox Maria, n.e.c. Elizabeth and John 
Cox Michael, bds. 40 Pike 
I Cox Patrick, blksmith. wks. 179 Race, 
h. 15th b Elm and Plum 



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Cox R. H.,224 Clinton 

Cox Richard K. sr., supt. s.w.c. 8th and 

Bay miller, h. 2i>li Laurel 
Cox Richard K.jr., elk. County Treasu 

rer's office, h. 265 Richmond 
Cox Robt., waiter, Broadway Hotel 
Cox Robt. M., com. mer., 49 Webster 
Cox Sarah F., laundress, e.s. 6th n. of 

Baura 
Cox Thos., tds. Bevis House 
Cox Thos. jr., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Cox Thos., wagon mkr., n.e.c. Dudley 

and Poplar 
Cox Ulysses, blksmith, n.s. E. Front nr. 

Jamestown ferry 
Cox Wm. K., painter, 453 W. 3d, h. 469 

W.3d 
Coy Jones, carp., wks. 96 Everett 
Coyan Ow'en, cooper, 122 E. 8th 
Coyle Bernard, lab., 606 Race 
Coyle Catharine, servt., 242 W. 7th 
Coyle & Co., fruit dealers, n.e.c. -Sth and 

Walnut 
Coyle Fletcher, trav. agt., 420 W. 5th 
Coyle Hugh, salesman, n.e.c. 5th and 

Walnut, h. 249 Sycamore 
Coyle John, fruit dealer, n.e.c. 5th and 

Walnut, h. 249 Sycamore 
Coyle Jolin. lab., Charlotte b. Baymiller 

and Linn 
Coyle Philip, (C. & Co.) 249 Sycamore 
Coyle Robt. E., salesman, 77 Walnut 
Coyle Thos. D., carp., 2j4 Clark 
Coyne Catharine, servt., Burnet House 
Coyne Patrick, boatman, 50 McFarland 
Coyne Vincent J., gold pen mkr., wks. 

6 W. 4th, bds. Tremoiit Hotel 
Cozad John J., real estate agent, 325 

L.ingwoith 
Cozine A. v., tanner, 055 Elm 
Cozine Jas., tanner, 119 Dudley 
Cozing Jas., belt mkr., wks. 181 E. 

Front 
Cozzens Edward, carman, wks. 68 Syca- 
more 
Crabs Fred., shoemkr., bds. 43 E. Front 
Cracy Thos., lab., wks. C. H. & D. R. R. 

machine shop 
CradJuck lilizabeth, teacher, 13th dist. 

school, h. 2U Betts 
Cradduck Susan, 20 Belts 
Crade Nancy, servt., 223 Mound 
Craft Charlotte, servt., 138 W. 8th 
Craft Isaac, eng., 24 Commerce b. Race 

and Elm 
Craft Wm., sawyer, 115 Hopkins 
Craft Wm., chair mkr., bds. 115 Hop- 
kins 
Cragg Frank, elk., bds. Cutter b. Cattia- 

rhie and Clark 
Cragg Hy., elk., 145 Walnut, bds. 27 

Longworth 
Cragill Hy., wks r. Plum and Wade 
CragoWra., 483 W..5th 
Cragor Anthony, grocer, cor. Qest and 

Pine 
Crasor Hy., 'ab., S3 Providence 
Craig Alex., baker, 14 E. 8th e. of Lock 
Craig Andrew W., finisher, 42 Plum 
Craig B. F., elk., 212 W. 6tli. 
Craig E. L., b. k., 28 E. 2d, h. Coving- 
ton 

ORAIG EDMOND, Seed Store, Tree 
and Fruit Depot, 212 W. 6th, 
h. Cheviot 
Craig Hiram, saddler, 89 Main, h. Cov- 
ington 
Craig Mrs. Isabella, 38 New 
Craig Jas.. bk. layer, 485 Broadway 
Craig Jas., carp., 162 W. 4th 
Craig Jas. G., law student, 7 Masonic 

Temple, h. 5 Harrison 
Craig Jas. H., millwright. 42 Plum 
Craig John, lab., C. H. & D. R. R. De- 
pot 
Craig John, lab.. Brooks al. nr. ParkU 
Craig John R.. agent Madison Pearl 
Starch Co., 65 W. Front, h. 5 Harri- 
son e. of Broadway 
Craig L.. 5 Harrison 
Craig Richard, salesman, 11 W. Pearl, h. 

Delhi tp. 
Craig R'lbt. S., salesman, 211 Walnut, h. 

324 W. Gth 
Craig Thos., bk. binder, 38 New 



Craig Wm., printer, bds. Jones House 
Craig Wm.. turner, 477 W. 4th 
Craig Wm. B., (R. Brown & Co.) 5 Har- 
rison 
Craikouski Michael, bds. rear 278 W. 

Front 
Craikouski Vincent, lab., rear 278 W. 

Front 
Crail Marion, dray, bds. 216 W. Front 
Crail Mary, rear of 194 Water 
Crail Milton, salesman, 53 W. Pearl, h. 

3U0 W. 5th 
Cramer Anthony, carp , c. Hopkins and 

Linn 
Cramer Cha9.,lab., 202 Cutter 
Cramer Fedale, billiard table mkr., 8 E. 

8th, h. 10 Metzger 
Cramer Ferd., lab., 175 Hopkins 
Cramec Frederick, baker, ','70 W. Liberty 
Cramer Geo. R., salesman, 553 Central 

av., h. 124 Clinton 
Cramer Jane, servt., 48 E. Gth 
Cramer John, billiard table mkr. , 8 E. 8th 

h. 10 Metzer 
Cramer John. c. Vine and Ham. Road 
Cramer John, wood sawyei-, 117 Provi- 
dence 
Cramer Martin, chair mkr., 378 Main, h. 

117 Providence 
Cramer Patrick, lab., wks. 413 W Front, 

res. Covington 
Cramer Wm., painter, 249 Clark 
Cramper Joseph, lab., 192 Hopkins 
Cramsey Charles C, b.k., 225 Walnut, h 

141 Mound 
Cramsey Wm., cab. mkr., 141 Mound 
Cramsey Wm., jr., upholstering, s.w.c. 

Longworth & Mound, h. 141 Mound 
Crance August, wks. Longworth's wine 

manuf., s.s. Gth e. of Broadway 
Cranch Edward P., (C. &; Smith,) East 

Walnut Hills 
Cranch & Smith., (Edward P. C. & Tho- 
mas C. H. S.) attys., s.w.c. 3d and 

Sycamore 
Cranch Wm., elk., 181 W. 5th, bds. East 

Walnut Hills 
Crandall James, painter 305 W. fith 
Crandall Solomon S., shoemkr., 380 W. 

Liberty 
Crane A urelia F., teacher, 139 Barr 
Crane Bernard, lab , Commerce b. Elm 

and Plum 
Crane Benj., painter, bd^. MOW. 5th 

CRANE, BREED & CO., 
(M. H. C, Abel D. B. & William 
J. Breed.) Manufacturers Stoves & 
Hollow Ware, and Metalic Burial 
Cases. W. 8th below Harriet 
Crane David, cab. mkr. bds. C6 E. Pearl 
Crane David, carp., 91 E. Front 
Crane Ellen, servt., 1)2 W. 7th 
Crane George, artist, u.w.c. 5th and Main 

h. 116 Clinton 
Crane H. N., burnisher, wks. 249 W. 5th 
Crane Hv. L., salesman, 121 Walnut, h. 

414 W. 4th 
Crane Hy. W., silver plater. 44 Sycamore 
Crane Horace D., (Hall &. C.) rts. Fos- 
ter's Crossing 
Crane James, carp., wks. 487 Freeman 

CRANE JAML-S C, 
Commission Merchant, 34G Walnut, 
res, Mt. Auburn 
Crane John, carp-, 36 E. 8th e. of Lock 

CRANE L. JI., Manufacturer and 
Dealer in Cabinet Furniture, 81 Sy- 
camore, h. 320 George 
Crane L. Minton, salesman, 87 Sycamore 

h. 320Qeo.ige 
CRANE Martin H., (Crane Breed & Co.) 

422 W. 4 th 
Crane Maiy. dress mkr., 54 Baum 
Crane Michael, blksmith, 136 E. Gth 

CRANE MICHAEL, 
Piiliceman, 
125 Lock 
Crane Rufus, b.k. 139 Barr 
Crane Selah, 312 W. 7th w. of Central 

av. 
Crane Thomas, lab., 59 Race 
Crane Thurston, notary, res. Mt. Auburn 
Crane W. 414 W. 4th 
Crane Wm. E., salesman, 55 W. Pearl, 

bds. Gibson House 
Cranegan Wm., painter, 67 15th 



Craner Michael, lab., w.s. O'Rielly al. b. 

3d and Pearl 
Cranley F. S., prof., Mt. Auburn 
Cranmer Martha, seamstress, River b. 

Reed and Willow 
Cranor Geo., lab., 117 Findlay 
Crans August, 160 E. 5th 
Cranstone Wm., watchman, c. Hazen & 

Carr 
Crantse James, lab., 8th b. Sycamore 

and Broadway 
Crapo Wm., jr., (C. & EUis,) 269 Long- 
worth 
Crapo & Ellis, (Wm. C, jr., &. Granville 

£.) meat and provision store, 269 

Longworth 
Crapps Casper, cutter, 140 Walnut, res. 

Newport 
Crapps Hy., shoe mkr., 48 Ham. Road 
Crapsey Edward, County Clerk's Oiiice, 

h.G Pine 

CRAPSEY J. T., Attorney at Law, 
Office 14 Bacon's Building, n.w.c. 
Gth and Walnut, h. w.s. Ohio av. 
Crarey John, wks. s.w.c. John and Ev- 
erett 
Crarey Samuel, 926 Central ay. 
Crary Chas., elk., 55 Clinton 
Crary Silas, watchman, rooms s.e.c. 7th 

and Main 
Crashan John, lab., Pennock al. b. Cut- 
ter and Cranjsey al. 
Crass W. II., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Craus Patrick, blksmith, bds. s.e.c. Race 

and Court 
Clause Valentine, upholsterer, h. 82 

Mound 
Craven Anna, 170 Smith 
Craven Ezekiel, cab. mkr., 204 Plum 
Craven Ezekiel, grainer foreman, 12 E. 

4th. h. 170 Smith 
Craven G. T., salesman, 25 W. 4th 
Craven Gurshen, elk., 14 E. Pearl 
Craven Jas. W., salesman, 140 Main, bds. 

179 Longworth 
Craven John, carp., n.e.c- John and Gth 
Craven Nancy, IIH Everett 
Craven Sarah, I7l) Smith 
Craven W., finisher, foreman, 12 E. 4th, 

h. 70 Smith 
Craven Wm.,bk. layer, 271 Richmond 
Craven Wm,. varnisher, bds. 170 Smith 
Craveoham & Zeoller, (Robert 0. & Le- 
oi)ol(t Z.) cof. h., n.w.c. Smith and 
Augusta 
Craving Philip, lab., 388 Baymiller 
Crawford Alice, bds. Jones' House 
Crawford Benj., mach., h- 112 Laurel 
Crawford Benj , wks. 872 Central av. 
Crawford D., carp., 335 Cutter 
CRAWFORD George, (G. C. & Co.) 292 
Walnut 

CRAWFORD GEORGE & CO., (Geo. 
C.,Geo. W. C. & John S. C.) 
Commission Merchants. 2U9 Walnut 
CRAWFORD George W.. (G.Crawford 

&. Co.) h. 292 Walnut 
Crawford James, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Crawford Jas. A., salesman, 63 W. Pearl, 
h. Ill Mill 

CRAWFORD JOHN. Staple and Fan- 
cy Dry Goods, 7CW. 5th, 
h. 430 W. 9lh 
CRAWFORD John S., (G. Crawford & 

Co.) res. Glendale 
Crawford Mary, 55 Hopkins 
Crawford P. A., painter, bds. 12 E. Front 
Crawford Robert, huckster. 39 Elm 
Crawford Robert, porter, 79 W. Pearl, h. 
163 W. 9th 

CRAWFORD SAMUEL T., 
Attorn ev at Law, 30 W. 4 th 
h. 44.5 Linn 
Crawford Tliomas, elk., 55 W.Ith, bds. 

30 E. 7th 
Crawford Thomas, paper carrier, Oregon 

nr. Oliservatory Road 
Crawford Wm., dray, 263 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Crawford Wm., dray, 559 Sycamore 
CRAAVFORD Wm , A. (H. Marks & Co.) 

res. Covington 
CRAWFORD William T., (Arnold & C.) 
52 Clark 



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Crawley A., lab., Front b. Broad and 

Brooklyn 
Crawley Christopher, cooper, 235 Betts 
Crawley Edwin, bk. binder, wks. s.e.c. 

3d and Vine 
Crawley Francis, lab.. Front b. Broad 

and Brooklyn 
Crawley Patrick, lab., 253 Freeman 
Crawley Paul, carriage mkr., bds. 107 W. 

5th 
Creager Jonathan, carp., 30 Gest 
Creain Geo., horse trader. '.157 W. 7th 
Crean John H., grocer, 63 Mill 
Crede John, lab., 104 Bremen 
Cree Dennis, watchman, c. Jackson and 

12tli 
Cree Keshbo, w.s. O'Reilly al. b. 3d and 

Pearl 
Creed Dennis, grocer, 23 Jackson 
Creedou Mary, 83 W. 6th 

Creen , 119 E. 6th 

Cregar Samuel, 57 Hopkins 

Cregg Robert S., travelling agent, 324 W. 

6th 
Cregger John, grocer, 291) Linn 
Creggar Bernard, rear 57 Martin 
Crehore James. 134 Richmond 
Creig John H., bds. 191 L.mgworth 
Creig Samuel, pastry cook. Dining Sa- 
loon, 59 E. Pearl 
Creig VVm , turner, 477 4th 
Creiger Hy, salesman, 34 Him. Road 
Creiger II v. H., shoemkr., wks. 4a Ham. 

Road 
Creigh John F., 117 Clinton 
Creighton Peter, carp.,5ri Cl:irk 
Creighton Peter, waiter, Burnet House 
Creighton VVm.. printer, wks. 13 W. 4th 
Creit Henry, lab., wks. sw.c. h\m and 

Pearl 
Crellin Hy., shoemkr., 308 Main, h. 379 

W.lid 
Cremer Joseph, foreman, 16 Race 
Cremeriug Bernard, cooper, wks. 91 W. 

Front, h. 149 Abigail 
Crempering Lawrence, lab., bds. 95 Clay 
Crener Jas. A., teaober, Longworth b. 

Stone and Hoadly 
Crenney M., lab., 88 Melancthon 
Crenning W. carp., 290 Linn 
CrepnerJohn, (Jacobs & Co.) Linn b. 

Laurel and Belts 
Creppel Fred., cof. h., s.s. Front below 

■ Hill 
Creppel Maria K., n.s. Front below Hill 
Crerra Waller, carver, 477 W. 4[h 
Cresap Daniel J., cutter, 144 Clark 
Cresap John V. b.k., 1(31 Poplar 
Cresap M.,287 Longworth 
Cresap 'f lios., carp., 120 E. 6th 
Cresler John, miller, c. 5th and Broad 

way 
Cress Joseph, stonecutter, 171 Baymil- 

ler 
Cress Menefee, 6^8 W. Front 
Cress Wra., ticket agt., 0. & M. R.R., 

688 VV. Front 
Crevcr J. A., teacher, Longworth b. Stone 

and Huadly 
Creves Thomas, 544 E. Front 
Creuser Christian, rear 92 M u-tin 
'(REinz JACOB, Attorjiev at Law 
and .V.itary f ublic. Room 1 Debolt 
Building, s.e.c. Mnin and Court, h. 
0]i|). Kimlliy market 
CREW B'.-njamiu L., (Bowen &C.) bds. 

1 .S S;n;th 

C^REW J. & B. L,, 
/ Family Grocery, 
^ s.e.c. Elm and 3a 
CREW James, (J. &. B. L. C.) res. Col- 
lege Hill 
CREW S. B., 
Physician, 
120 Walnut 
Crewit Shelocta, barber, 95 W. Front 
Cribbett M.u-y J.,s.irvt., 122 VV. 7th 
Criblink Ji)hn. 'Iksmith, s.e.c. Central 

av. and Clarkson 
Cribner A., tinier, 55 Jones 
Crichton Davi<l, drug[;ist and apothecary 

s.e.c. 5th and Broalway 
Crichtin Win.,b.k., 90 Broadway 
Cridland 0. E., portrait painter, n.w.C 

Walnut ao'l 6tli, res. Newport 
Criet Robert, cooper, 7(18 F eeman 



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Crigler M. F., dry goods, s.w.c. Pearl 
and Sycamore, boot and shoes, 15 E. 
Pearl, res. Newport 
Crimer Joseph, porter, 40 W. Front, h. 

10 Race 
Crimmon Carl., musician, 538 Main 
Crimmon Charlotte, midwife, 538 Main 
Crirapelman John H., elk., 267 Freeman 
Crinehogari C, drover, 527 Freeman 
Crinnidly Joseph, mach., bds. 55 Syca- 
more 
Cripliiig John, blksmith, 9.59 Central av. 
Crippen A. P., watchman, 0. & M. ll.R. 
Crippen Amlrew J., moulder, wks. at 

Elmer <V Forkner's 
Crippen Ellen, seamstress, 30 David 
Crippen J. &; Son, (J. C. & A. T. C.) 

e iting h.juse, 212.^ W. Oth 
Crippen \Vm.. I>lk. smith, 25 E. 7th 
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^ 448 VV. yth 

Crissman P. F., police, 9th St Station 
Crist Thomas, carp., bds. 282 Baymiller 
Cristal John, bottler, 66 Gano 
Cristman Peter, cooper, 023 Central av 
Cristy John, blk. smith, wks. 14 Rich- 
mond, h, 287 E. 5th 
Critchell Sarah Ann, 166 Smith 
Critchett B. P., salesman, 131 and 133 
Race 

CRITTENDEN L. B., 
Coal Yard, 16 .Mill 
h. 313 Longworth 
Crittenden S. A., elk , 46 Mill, h. 313 

Longrt'orth 
Croakman Anthony chair mkr*, s.e.c. 

Longworth and Hoadly 
Croan James, painter, bds. 202 W. 5th 
Crobe Bernard, driver, c. Dudley and W. 

Liberty 
Crochan John, lab., 897 Central av 
Crocker L. H., wks. c. Plum and Wade 
Crocker V.B., painter, at Dodds Safe 

Fai tory, res. .Mt. Adams 
Crocker Valentine V., painter, 54 Ob- 
servatory 
Crocket J. T , painter, 310 Cutter 
Crodliouse Joiin, 142 VV. 3d 
Croell Sylvanus, blk. smith, 612 E. 

Front 
Crofton Edward, (C & Mills,) 243 Elm 
Crofton &. Mills, (Edward C. C. & Jas. 

W. M.) carps.. 175 Plum 
Croger Bernard, sawyer, 32 Gest 
Crogermier Justus, jeweler, c. 4th and 

Walnut, h. 90 Court 
Crokamp Henry, wks. c. Plum and 

Wade 
Croke VVm., lab., e.s. Anderson h. Mill 

an.l Park 
Crokenberg Lewis, dray., 201 Clark 
Croker VVm., e.tpressman, 4!) Mill 
Crole Theodore, trunk mkr., wks. 507 

Plum 
Croley John, moulder, wks. Hunt c. of 

Broadway 
Croll Christopher, 612 E. Front 
CroU John A., bJs. 158 VV. 3d 
Croll Nathaniel, 012 E. Front 
Croll Peter F., tailor 171 Baymiller 
Croll R.id.dph, carp., 183 Hopiiius 
Crolley Sarah, 173 Longworth 
CroUy Paul, car mkr., wks. 9 E. 6th 
Cromiier Henry, blk. smith, wks. s.e-c. '' 

and L .ck ; 

Cromin .M irgaret, servant, Bevis House 
Cromiio Ciirist., baggageman, Broadway 

Hotel 
CroniH'ell Charles L., supt., Broadway 

Hotel I 

Crom>vel! iiliza, seamstress, Fulton nr. ' 

French 

CROMWELL JOSEPH H., 
Bro.adway Hotel, 
s.e.c. Broadway and 2d 
Cromwell Peter, stone cutter, Pennocli 

dl. b. Ramsey and Cutter 
Cronan -Andrew, lab., 128 E. 6th 
Croiian Cornelius, carp., 48 Lock 
Cronan D., lab., wk.s 200 and 202 Vine 
Cronan Daniel, shoemkr., 28 Jackson 
Cronan Dennis, lab., n.s. 6th b. Baum 

and Lock 
Cronan Fred., plasterer, 86 Betts 
Cronan H.,54 Mansfield 



Cronan James, lab., 862 Central av 
Cronan James W'.. painter, 202 W. 5th 
Cronan Jeremiah, dray., 516 W. 3d 
Cron:in John, lab., e.s. 6th n. of Baum 
Cronan M irgaret, laundress. 40 Lock 
Cronan Martin, shoemkr., 26 12th 
Cronan Patrick, lab., 24 Lock 
Cronan Timothy, lab.. 34 Lock 

CRONE BENJAMIN, 
Carpenter, c. Wise al and Cutter, 
h. 121 Chntun 
Crone Benjamin, tinner, 524 7th, wks. 

Geo. D. VVinchell's 
Crone Geo., shoe mkr., 63 E. Pearl 
Crone Geo. P., grocer, 147 Clinton 
Crone Jos,, elk., 24 W. Pearl 
Crone Sarah, rear 197 George 
Croner James, mach., 39 Lock 
Cruney Wm., bds, 443 Main 
Cionimus Geo., 95 Martin 
Cronimus Jacob, finisher, 93 Martin 
Cronin Cornelius, carp., h. 48 Lock 
Cronin Dennis, lab., 51 Longworth's 

bldg., s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Cronin Johanna, 466 Broadway 
Cronin John M., 468 Broadway 
Cronin .Mary, servant, Burnet House 
Cronin T. & Co., (Timothy Cronin, i lard 

oil mauuf., 28 Water, h. 141 W. 

Front 
Cronin Timothy, cof. h., 259 John 
Cronin Wiu.,manuf., carpet slippers, 7th 

b. Sycamore and Broadway 
Cronlong F., tailor, 50 Jones 
Cronneiier W., carp., 15 Jones 
Cronyn John, lab., 2U5 Elm 
Crook VVm., lab., wks. Gis Works 
Crooker Adaline, seamstress, bds. 136 

Linn 
Crooker Eliza, seamstress, 136 Linn 
Crooker Jehu, 136 Linn 
Crooks Chas. T., elk., s.e.c. 6th and 

Main, h. 268 Main 
Crooks & Goodall, (John C. &; Geo. G.) 

boots and shoes, vOS Main 
Crooks Johir, (C. & Goodall,) 268 Main 
/^ROOKSHANK E. D , 
I I County Treasurer, office, 
^^ Court House, h. Cheviot 
Crookston James II., salesman, 30 W. 

4tb,bds. 131 Sycamore 
Cropp F., wks. 69 E. Front 
Cropper C, bk. binder, 58 W. 4th, up 

stairs, h. Carthage 
Crosby F. L., salesman, 74 W. 4th, bds. 

n.e.c. George and Plum 

CPvOSBV GEORGE, 
Bookseller and Stationery, 
41 VV. 4th, res. Spring Garden 
Crosby James, lab.. Rose b. Front and 

2nd 
Crosby James, mach., wks. Gas Works 
Crosby John, waiter, Burnet House 
Crosby VV. E., principal 6th dist. school, 

h. 1 Gorman 
Croset Jo., lab., 65 E. 8th 
Cross C , blk. smith, 211 W. 2d, h. 169 

Water 
Cross David, mach., 219 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Cross Ellenor, 293 W. 6th 
Cross H. P., 168 Mound 
Cross Hannah, 8 Linn 
Cross Hannah, seamstress, 219 W. 9th 

w. of Central av 
Cross .lames S., elk., bds. 168 Mound 
Cross John, elk., 1(7 Baymiller 
Cross John B., b.k., 82 VV. 2d 
Cross Mary F., teacher, 168 Mound 
Cross Raciiel. laundress, 03 E. 7th 
I ross Truman, boatman, 63 E. 7th 
Cross Win., finisher, 420 John 
Cross Wilson, much., c. 9th and Linn 
Crossand Mary, 324 Central av 
Crossen Peter B., mach., 468 W. 9th W. 

of Central av 
Crossfield George, hostler, stable, s.a. 

6th b. Main and Sycamore 
Crossley James, shoemkr., 79 Commerce 
Crossley Reuben, ice dealer, 76 Rich- 
mond 
Crossley Ross T.. c «• painter, s.w.c. 6th 

and Sycamore 
Crossman Thomas, tailor, 67 W. Court 
Croston Margaret, al. b. Miin and Wal- 
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ROSSMAN WM.. Agent for Clark 
Williams, room 1, Art Union Bldg. 
h.:m W.6th 
Crota Adeline, 9-4 E. 3d 
Croth Frunk, foundryman, 43 Observa- 
tory Boiid [Road 
Croth Isaac, moulder, 41 Observatory 
Crothers \Vm., trader, 319;Broadway 
Crotty Edmund, lab., 518 John 
Crotty Joanna, seamstress, s.w.c. 6th 

and John 
Crottv Michael, shoemkr., n.e.c. Court 

and Mound 
Crottv Thomas, driver, 162 John 
Crotty Thomas, lab.. .i3 W. 5th 
Crotty Thomas stone cutter, 78 W. Court 
Crotty Wm., lab., lO.' Butler 
Croty Kate, 1)4 W. 8th 
Croty John, clU., 47 W. Pearl 
Croty Michael, shoemkr., u.e.c. Court 

and Mound 
Crouch James M., plasterer, ISBetts 
Crouch John D., cooper, 13 Belts 
Grouse C, lab., 301 Clark 
Crouse F., stone cutter, 7(3 Melancthon 
Crouse Felix, lab., rear 71 E. Front 
Crouse Geo. W., cigai-s and tobacco, 387 

Central av 
Crouse Jacob S., auctioneer, 19 E. 5th, 

h. 225 Baymiller 
Crout Geo. W., foreman, 327 Broadway, 

h. 457 Sycamore 
Crow Geo., bds. 174 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Crow John, salesman, 27 Lon^worth 
Crow Margaret, servant, 31!) W. 6th 
Crow Matthew, printer, 128 Butler 
Crow Michael, cooper, c. Plum and Ol- 
iver 
Crow Patrick, con tractor, 2.53 Cutter 
Crow Thomas, packer, 20 E. 2d. h. Cov- 
ington 
Ci-ow Thomas D., law student, 7 Masonic 

Temple, bds. 46 E. 4th 
Crowder Jacob, cook, II Pancoast al 
Crowder James, wagon mkr., 1258 E. 

Front 
Crowe Jlichael, printer, wks. 21 E. 3d 
Crowe Thomas S., clergyman, res. Wal- 
nut Hills 
Crowell Christopher, lab., 612 E. Front 
Crowell John, carp., 466 John 
Crowell John, foreman, wks. 27 Cen- 
tral av 
Crowell Nathaniel, lab., 612 E. Front 
Ci-oweH Samuel, salesman, 47 Elizabeth 
CKOWLEY Addison, (A. Crowley & 

Co.,) res. New York 
CROWLEY Alvin, (A. C. & Co.,) 447 

W. Front 
CROWLEY Ashel, (A. C. & Co.,) res. 
New Yorii 

CROWLEY & CO , 
(Addison, Alvin &, Ashel C) 
Lumber Dealers, 447 VV. Front 
Crowley Con., lab., 12 E. Sth 
Crowley Cornelius J., printer, 70 Gano 
Crowley Dennis, saloon, 135 Everett 
Crowley Ellen, cook Dennison House 
Crowley Jack, lab., Langdou al. b. 6th 

and 7th 
Crowley Johanna, cook Dennison House 
Crowley John, blind mkr., 6th nr. Lock 
Crowley John, wks. c. Plum and Wade 
Crowley Kate, paper mkr., 291 Broadway 
Crowley Kate, servt., Dennison House 
Crowley Mary, servt. Burnet House 
Crowley Mich., lab., e.s. 61 h. e. of Baum 
Crowlitz Hy., moulder, 20 Abigail 
Crewman D., mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Crown Anthony, lab., alley b. Sth and 

6th and Main and Walnut 
Crownan Daniel, dray., alley b. 4th and 

5th and Central av. and fohn 

CROWTHER EDWARD W., 
Apothecary, 
. n.e.c. of 7th and Mound 
CROWTHER F. A., (F. A. C. & Bro.,) 
druggist, s.w.c. Richmond and Bay- 
miller 

CROWTHER F. A. & BRO., (Fr^d 
A. C. & Ed>var(l W. C ) DrugL'ists, 
n.w.c. Richmond and Baymiller 
Crowther Geor>re, n.s. Court b. John 
and Central av. 



Crowther Geo. H., engraver, 26 W. Court 

w of Central av. 
Crowther Hy., elk., n.e.c. 7th and Mound 
Crowther John, finisher, Lock b. 3d and 

4 th 
Cruge Caperl, finisher, 492 Elm 
CrugerG.,eiig ,581 W. 5th 
Cruger Peter, .581 W. 5th 
Cruger Wm., fireman, 581 W. Sth 
Cruise John J , b.k., 14 E. 2d, bds. 80 

AMne 
Cruit Liston, cng., 61 Pierson 
Cruke D. marble cutter, 40 Providence 
Crule John, elk., 176 Cutter 
Crule Mary, 176 Cutter 
Crum Jacob, lab., rear 492 E. Front 
Cruman W. M., finisher, 565 Vine 
Crumley Hugh, collector of rents, 38 

Butler 
Crumley Thos., mach., s.w.c. Pearl and 

Butler 
Crumpelman H., lab., c. 5th and W. 

Front 
Crumpton E., coal oil, lamps, tin and 

britania ware, 268 W. 5th 
Crumpton S. E., japanner, 209 W. Sth, 

h Covington 
Cruse C, elk., coal yard c. 3d and W. 

W. Canal, h. 89 12th 
Cruse Hunt, porter, 60 W. 2d, h. 89 Mill 
Cruse Wm., cig. mkr., .59 Finillay 
Crusoe Geo., fireman, n.w.c. Whetstone 

and Crippen al. 
Crusy Agnes, widow, 204 Clark 
Crutcher John W., millwright, wks. 70 

Elm. h. Covington 
Crutchfield Nancy, s.w.c. Longworth 

and Central av. 
Cruther Mary, s.s. 6th b. Broadway and 

Culvert 
Cruthers Wm., boatman. 266 Baymiller 
Crysdale C. W., conductor 0. & M. R. 

R. 
Crystal Geo., jeweller, bds. 581 Sycamore 
Cubby Andrew, carp., s.e.c. Hopkins 

and Baymiller 
Cuff Ann, servt., Henrie House 
Cuff Margaret, servt., Heni-ie House 
Cuhlahan Patrick, carp., 44 Kossuth 
Cuilson Jas., mach., wks. 31) Butler 
Culbertson C. D., pork iiacker, e.s. Syc- 
amore nr. Court, h. 71 E. 3d 
Culbertson John, printer. Gazette office! 
CULBERTSON John C, (C, Kilgour 

&Co..) 380 W. 6th 
CULBERTSON John M , (C. & Kil- 

breth,) 386 W. 6th 
Culbertson Jos. A., salesman, 64 Walnut, 

h. 386 W. 6th 

CULBERTSON & KILBRETH, (Jno. 
M. C , J. W. K.,) Wholesale Gro- 
cers and Commission Jlerchants, 
64 Walnut 

CULBERTSON, KILGOUR & CO., 
(John C. C, Charles H K &John 
Kilgour,) Bankers, n.s. 3d b. Main 
and Walnut 
Culbertson Robert, tanner, w.s. Pleasant 

b. Findlay and Henry, h. 343 W. Sth 
Culluley Luke, dray, 136 W. Front 
Cullan Michael, mach., 140 John 
CuUen Edward, marble polisher, bds. 

Telegraph House 
CuUenJas., ice store, 46 Public Landing, 

h. 137 Broadway 
Cullen Jas., lab., wks. 413 W. Front 
CuUen Robt., stereotyper, wks. 168 Vine 
Cullen Thos., elk., bds. 141 Sycamore 
Cullen Wm.. lab., ',;39 Barr 
Cullen Wm., mas. mechanic C. H. & D. 

R. R., h. 230 Barr 
Cullen Wm., shoemkr., rear 15 W. Court 

w. of Central av. 
Cullinan Thos.. elk., 146 Main 
Cullom A. G., bds. Henrie House 
Cullrye Bridget, s.s. Friendship alley b. 

Pike and Butler 
CuUum David P., pressman, Commercial 

office, h. Covington 
CuUum Geo., pilot, 136 John 
Cullum Jas., shoe cutter, 56 Barr 
Cnllura Mary, servt., 347 W. 8th 
Cui;y Maria, servt., 145 Elm 
Culman Conrad, lab., 5-18 Vine 
Culmann Hy.. shoemkr., 399 Sycamore 
Culp Gertrude, 175 W. Canal 



Culter John, biksmith, bds. 443 Main 

CULVER DANIKL, 
Physician, Office 25 E. 7th, 
h. rear of 282 Main 
Culver Henry, carp., 1290 E. Front 

(N^ULVER J. D , 
J Exchange Office, 25 W. 7th, 

Culver Levin F., ship cai-p., 1252 E. 
Front 

Culver Margaret, 1252 E. Front 

Culver Wm., joiner, 1252 E. Front 

Cumbo Ann, 1260 E. Pront 

Cumments John, lab., bds. 480 W. Front 

Cummjng Christ., whitewashing, c. Syc- 
amore and Orchard 

Gumming Rebecca, .52 Clay 

Gumming Wm. L , harness mkr. 353 
Race 

Cummings Andrew, shoemkr., 20 Ann 

Cummings Ann, 163 W. Front 

Cummings Bridget, laundress, 13 E. Sth 
e. of Lock 

Cummings Eliza, seamstress, 202Broad- 

CUMMINGS HAMILTON, 
House, Siirn and Ornamental Pain- 
ter, No. 7 Burnet House. .3d b. Vine 
and Race, res. Covington 
Cummings Hy., dray., 44 Pub. Landing 
CumminfJs J., bds. Walnut Street House 
Cummings J. D., b.k. 141 Walnut, h. 

176 Baymiller 
CUMMINGS las. F., (C. & Jones,) h. 

334 Bice . 
CUJIMINGS Jas. P.. (Sam'l Cummings 

& Son.) s.w.c. Butler and 3d 
Cummings John, (Paul & C.,) 170 Hop- 
kins 
Cummings John R., elk. Suire Eckstein 
& Co., 9o2 Broadway 

CUMMINGS & JONES, (Rufus A J., 
James ¥. C. & James D. Lehmer,) 
Commission and Forwarding Mer- 
chants. 81 and 83 W. 2d 
Cummings Mich., cooper, bds. 49 Race 
Cummings Mich., porter, 202 Broadway 
CUMMINGS Samuel, (S. C.&Son.)res. 
Mt. Vernon, Kv. 

CUMMINGS SAMUEL & SON, (S. 
C. & Jas P. C) Brass Founders 
and Machinists, 162 E. Front 
Cummings Timothy carp., 13 K. Sth, e. 

of Lock 
Cummings Wm., tinner, 417 Central av. 
Cummins Jas.. biksmith, 163 W. Front 
Cummins Jas., painter, bds 23 Oliver 
Cummins John, lab., 12 E. Sth 
Cummins Martin, huckster, 253 W^ 6th 
Cummins Michael, wks. 53 E. 2il 
Cummins Wm., police, 9th street Station 
l^ummins Wm., shoemkr., 18 Commerce 
Cummiskey Simon, grocer, s.e.c. Court 

and Baymiller 
Cuner Stephen, dray., 193 Baymiller 
Cunge Andrew, lab., 836 W. Front 
Cunning James, wood turner, Lawsou 

al , in r'ar of Dennison House, h. 

493 W. 5th 
Cunning Jas., jr., elk. Commercial Bank 

132 Main, h. 493 W Sth 
Cunningham Albert J., (French & C.,) 

Miamisville 

CUNNINGHAM ANDREW, 
Edge Tool Factory, J3 E. Sth, 
h. 496 W. 9th, w. of Central av. 
Cunningham B. W., newspaper elk. P. 

, h. 101 E. Pearl 
Cunningham Bridget, servt., 1296 E. 

Front 
Cunningham & Campbell, (D. C. & J. 

C.) paper mer., .350 >i W. Sth 
Cunnin,L.'ham Curran, maltser, 180 Barr 
Cunningham Daniel, (C. & Campbell,) 

3.50 >^ W. Sth 
Cunningham David, brklayer, bds. 200 

Richmond 
Cunningham Elizabeth. 130 York 
Cunningham Eliza, seamstress, 39 E. Sth 

e. of Lock 
Cunningham Ellen, dressmkr., 160^ W. 

3d 
Cunningham Elmore, 22 W. Sth 
Gunnineham FeUx, boots and shoes, 30 

Lock 
Cunningham Hy., teamster, 43 Mill 



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CUNNINGHAM & HERRON, (Jos. 
C. & Unvid B. H.,) Steamboat 
Ag'ts and Commission Merchants, 
■;» W. Front 
Cunnii^gham J., stairbldr., 327 Clark 
Cunningliam J. H., shoemkr., bUs. (55 

W. 5th 
Cunningham J. T., printer, 146 Sprins 
Cunningham Jas., lab., Pennock b. Cut- 
ter and Linn 
Cunninzham Jas., marble polisher, 39 

E. 8th e. of Lock 
CUNNINGHAM James F., (J. F, C. & 
Co.,) I.i6 Sycamore 

CUNNINGHAM J 3IES P. & CO., 
(Jas. F. C, ,) Wholesale 
Commission Merchants and Pro- 
duce De dors, 20 Public L mding 
Cunningham Jane, seamstress, 48 E. 7th 
Cunuln^'ham Jane, widow, 8(j4 Central 

av. 
Cunningham John, wks. 373 W. Sd 
Cunningham John, baker, 116 Front 
Cunningham John, dray, 'A9 Plum 
Cunningham John, spoke mkr., w.s. 

Central av. b. 2d and Pearl 
Cunningham John, stairblder, wks. 4G6 

W. «th 
Cunniuprham John P., carp, and blder., 

4111 George, h. 406 Georse 
CUNNINGHAM Jos., (C. & Herron.l 

no W. ath 
Cunningham Joseph, dray., 220 Betts 
Cunningham Kiaran, moulder. 180 Barr 
Cunningham Margaret, 39 E.8th e. of 

Lock 
Cunningham Maria, servt.,29 W. .'jth 
Cunningham Martin, stone cutter, 175 

Cutter 
Cunningham Michael, lab., rear 64 Rich- 
mond 
Cunningham Patrick, wks. 373 W. 3d 
Cunningham Patrick, waiter, Burnet 

House 
Cunningham Peter, marble polisher, 39 

E. 8th e. of Lock 
Cunningham Richard, lab., 181 Webb 
Cunningham Robert, 181 George 
Cunningham T., coppersmith, wks. 171 

W. Court 
Cunningham Thomas, wks. 373 W. 3d 
Cunningham Thomas, bds. n.w.c. Pearl 

and Pike 
Cunningham Thomas, b k., 28 Water, h. 

146 Spring 
Cunningham Terrence, lab., 39 E. 8th e. 

of Lock 
Cunningham Thomas, lab., bds. 502 W. 

4th 
Cunningham Thos., lab. n.s. Whitewater 

Canal 
Cunningham W. C, saddler, bds. 18 E. 

5th 
Cunningham Wm., carp., 45 E. 8th 
Cunningham Wm., carp., 49 E. 8th e of 

Lock 
Cunningham Wm., express, s.e.c. Cen- 
tral av. and Hopkins 
Cunningham Wra., printer, 140 Betts 
Cuppers Wm., finisher, wks. 118 E. 2d, 

h. Covington 
Cupulo R., lab., wks. w.s. Wood, b. 3d 

and 5th 
Curborn Casper, watch mkr., 27 Harri- 
son 
Curd Thomas, 96 Water 
Curlen Fred., cab. mkr., 114 Canal b. 

Race and Vine 
Curlen James, dray., rear 13C Water 
Cnrley James, lab., wks. S'^O W. (Jth 
Curley John, blksmith, 13 W. Court w. 

of Central av 
Curley Luke, boots and shoes, 33 Butler 
Curley Thos., lab,, 120 E. 3d e. of Lock 
Curly John, lab., 58 Kossuth 
Curly John, lab., 269 Vine 
Curly John, lab., 176 E. Pearl e.of Br'd- 

way 
Curly John, jr., lah., 269 Vine 
Curly John, lab.; 176 Cutter 
Curn Patrick, lab., 248 Richmond 
Curne Dennis, cab. mkr., wks. 5 Au- 
gusta 
Gurnin C itharine, servt., 118 Richmond 
Curr A. S., harness mkr., bds. 231 Wal- 
nut 



Curran Catharine, laundress, 61 E. 8th 
Curran Catharine, waiter, 177 Sycamore 
Curran Dennis, cab. mkr., bds. Augusta 

b. Smith and John 
Curran Jlary. dress mkr., 61 E. 8th 
Curran Patrick, lab., bds. at c. Cth and 

Front 
Curren Patrick, mach., 5 Augusta 
Currier Addie, teacher, 11th district, bds. 

67i George 
Currin Ann, Pleasant Court b. Race and 

Elm 
Curry Alex. E., printer, bds. Hawley 

House 
Curry Kdward P., dealer in box wood, 

120 Main, h. Walnut Hills 
Curry Hannah, laundress. 4U9 W. 8th 
Curry James, 168 Birr 
Curry James, finisher, 15 Betts 
Curry M., Ijrass finisher wks. 249 W. 

5th. h. W. Covington 
Curry Mary, 15 Betts 
Curry Richard, engraver, wks. Gibson & 

Co.,h. Walnut Hills 
Curry Robert, 366 Ham. Road 
Curry Samuel, express driver, Fremont 

below Harriet 
Curry Sarah, Fremont below Harriet 
Curry Thomas, sawyer, wks. Meader & 

Co 
Curry Thos. H., mach., 124 Richmond 
Curry Wm., apprentice, c. Fremont and 

Harriet 
Currv Wm. plate printer, 22 W. 4th, h. 

Walnut Hills 
Curry Wm. W.. earn., 15 Betts 
Curt Hy., tailor, 09 W. 6th 
Curtain Mary, servt., 143 Elm 
Curtaz Fred., brush mkr., 649 Vine 
Curtin Richard, shoemkr., bds. 29 Kos- 
suth 
Curtis Alba, phys., 87 E. 3d 
Curtis Angus L., barber, s.s. W. W. Ca- 
nal b. Harriet and Home 
Curtis Bernard, lab., 165 W. 5th 
Curtis Clara, seamstress, bds. Fulton b. 

French and Hazen 
Curti.s David, cof. h.. 6th b. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Curtis Delia, 15 Miller 
Curtis H. J., tel op., s.w.c. 3dand Wal. 

nut. bds. Burnet House 
Curtis H. L.. b.k., 8 E. 2d, bds. 100 

Broadway 
Curtis John, hostler. 230 Broadway 
CURTIS John (Roberts & Co.) Coving- 
ton 
Curtis John A., elk., 20 E. 3d, h. s,w.c. 

5th and Park 
Curtis John B., general baggage master, 

L. M. R. R., bds. Gibson House 
Curtis John G., 189 E. 3d e. of Lock 
Curtis Jonathan, cigar mkr., 2U5 Elm, h. 

n ec. 5th and Park 
Curtis Julia, 30 Baum 
Curtis Mary. wks. Broadw.iy Hotel 

CURTIS R. B. & CO. Richd. B C. & 
Thomas C.) Dye House, 
244 Elm 
CURTIS Richard B. (Richard B.C. & 

Co.) 244 Elm 
Curtis Sarah A., bds. s.e.c 6th and Smith 
CURTIS Thomas (Richard B. C. & Co.) 

244 Elm 
Curtis Thomas, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Froat 
Curtner Hy., b.k., n.w.c. Main and 2d, 

bds, 89 E. 4th 
CurttsHy., cutter, bds. .59 W. 6th 

C^URWEN MASKKLL E., Attorney 
I at Law, and Dean of Cin. La.v 
^ School, office 66 W. 3d, h. 144 Elm 
CURWEN & WRIGHT (M. E. C.& 
D T. W.) Attorneys at Law, 
66 W. 3d 
Curwin John, barber, n.e.c. L.nn and 

Everett 
Cuscaden John A., eng., 445 Plum, bds. 

70 Laurel 
Gushing John, lab., 97 W. Court w. of 

Central av 
Gushing John A., bar k., 338 Central av 
Gushing Thomas, lab., rear 273 John 
Cushman Emma, actrdss, bds. U. S. Ho- 
tel 
Cushman Fred., steward, 16 Baum 



Cushman John coachman, 4U8 W. 6th, 

w of Central av 
Cusick Bridget, servt., Walnut Street 

House 
Cusick Catharine, seamstress, 34 New 
Cusick Patrick, moulder, wks. at Harri- 
son. Hill& Go's 
Cusins Willy, barber, 234 Longworth 
Custard David C, finisher, bds. 260 W. 

.5th 
Custard John, dry goods, 260 W. 5th 
Custard John W., carp., bds. 260 W. 5th 
Custard Lane R., finisher, bds. 260 W. 
6th 

CUSTOM HOUSE BUILDING, 
s.w.c. 4th and Vine 

Customer IIv., lab., 43 Moore 

('^UTAIARfe BATCHELDER, (Jo- 
j se|)h C. & George H. B.) Wholesale 
Dealers in Cigars, Tobacco, &c., 
237 Main 
CUTAI AR Joseph (C. &Batchelder)re3. 

Dayton b. Baymiller and Linn 
Cutaiar Joseph S,, Dayton b. Baymiller 

and Linn 
Cutler E., book 4older, wks. Ill Main 
Cutler Edward, carp., 174 E. Pearl 
Cutler Geo., moulder, wks. 177 W. 2d, h. 

W. Covington 
Cutler Ily., moulder, wks. 177 W. 2d. h. 

E. Pearl b. Lawrence and Pike 
Cutler James, blksmith, wks. Niles 

Works 
Cutler Siialding, mach., 108 E. Liberty 
Cutler Valentine, carp., bds. Best b. 

Waldon and Broad 
Cutsenborn Wm., wagon mkr., 923 Cen- 
tral av 
Cuttel Ezekiel,merch.,447 Linn 
Cuttel Volney, locksmith, 447 Linn 
ATUTER ALPHEUS, 
} I Livery and Sale Stable, 78 W. 6th, 
r-' h. 138 W. 7th 
Cutter Amelia, mantua mkr., 210 Water 
Cutter E., flour store, 249 Walnut, bds. 

U. S. Hotel 
Cutter Geo., dray. 164 Spring 
Cutter Hy., cof. h., 92 E. cd 
Cutter Hy., driver. 52 Dudley 
Cutter Isaac, mach., wks. 3ii Butler 
Cutter John, porter, s.w.c. Vine and W. 

Canal, h. w,s. Pleasant nr. Liberty 
Cutter Margaret, servt., 294 Elm 
Cutter Martha, 4-:;8 W. 5th 
Cutler Hy. F., tanner, 389 W. Liberty 
Cuttes Bernard, stone cutter, Pleasant b. 

Green and Elm 
Cuttily Eucrene, waiter, Burnet House 
Cuttlejohn Wm ,bk. yard, h. Hatch and 

Pavillion and Observatory and Ful- 
ler 
Cuyler James, pork packer, bds. 106 

York 
CUYLER S. G. (Taylor & Co.) bds. 

Burnet House 
Cyratch W., bk. moulder, bds. 96 Qest 



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Dabbavt Chris., moulder, h. 166 Plum 
Dabbert Christopher, bds. 166 W. 8th 
Dabney Hy., tobacconist, w.s. Plum b. 

Water and River 
Dacey Cornelius, rear 90 Broadway 
Dachget Alplionso, moulder, 197 Everett 
Decker John, grocery, 91 Hopkins 
Dacy John, lab., n.s. 6th above Baum 
Daele Samuel, basket mkr., 510 Syca- 
more 
Daesco George, lab., 374 W. 5th 
Daeters Agnes, 24 Abigail 
Dafalnamear Wm., porter, h. 1S3 Bre- 

Dagan Luke, lab., wks. 387 W. 6th 
Daganer Hy., blksmith, 911 Central av., 

h. 85 Bank 
Daganer Louis, grocer, 209 Findlay 
Dagel George, blksmith, 608 Main 
Dagen II.y., carp., 25 Liberty 
Dagenhart August, saddler, W. 6th b. 

Harriet and Horn 
Dagenhart Geo., shoemkr., s.s. 6th nr. 

Home [Home 

Dagenhart Qustav, turner, 8 s. 6th nr. 



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Dagenhart Philip, shoemljr., s.s. 6th nr. 

Home 
Dagei- Chas., bk. layer, res. rear 192 W. 

5th 
Daggett Hy., druggist. Allen & Go's 
Dug^'ett Lewis, maoh., 241 Everett 
Dagin Pairick, lab., n.s. Fultou b. Wash- 
ington and Weeks 
Dagin Wm., bils. n w.c. Pike and Front 
Daglon Micbtiel, varnisher, Augusta b. 

John and Smith 
Dagnan Audreiv, lab., bds. 62 Freeman 
Dagne Amee, 4S9 Sycamore 
Dagner Chas., bk layer, hds. 109 Court 
Dagner Hy., bllismitli, 84 Bank 
Dat'-ner John, steward, 57 Kittenhouse 
Dagriey Patrick, lab., 14 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Dahler Emile, miller. 451 Plum 
Dahline Jacob, tailor, 196 Clinton 
DahlraannHy., express driver, Oregon 

nr. Keservoir 
Daiber John, brewer, wks. National 

Brewery 
Dailey Alfred H., artist, 24 W. 4th, h. 

Newport 
Dailey Dennis, lab., w.s.CthBbove Baum 
Dailey Jas., lab., wks. s.w.c. 5th and 

Broadway 
Dailey Jas., sawyer, wks. s.w.c. 5th and 

Broadway 
Dailey Juan, lab., 1-18 Water 
Dailey Louisa, bds. 122 Betts 
Daily Andrew H , gas filter, 185 W. Ca- 

nai 
Daily Bridget, 140 John 
Daily Chas., carp., 203 Cutter 
Daily David, painter, 95 W. Court w. of 

Certral av 
Daily J. P., bds. 73 E. 5th 
Daily John, lab., 61 Water 
Daily M , moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Daily M., 51 Laurel 
Daily Patrick, 119 W. 5th 
Daily Patrick, baker, s.w.c. Race and 

Pearl 
Daily Patrick, dray, 373 W. 9th w. of : 

Central av j 

Daily Saml., blksmith, Lock b. 3d and , 

4th 
Daily Timothy, lab., wks. Gas Works 
Daily Wm., lab.. Walnut Hills 
DAIR John F., (John F. D. &c Co.) 62 

W. 7th 

DAIR JOHN F.& CO., (John P. D. 
& Wm. Stoms.) Seed Store and 
Agricultural Implements, 40 & 42 
E. Pearl 
Daisey John, mach., wks. 30 Butler 
Daisey Timothy, wks. u.w.c. Pearl and 

M. Canal 
Daiss John, carriage mkr., bds. 53 W. 

5th 
Daisy C, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and M. Ca- 
nal 
Daisy John, lab., 184 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Daisy Jiichael, lab., s.s. Gthb. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Daisy Michael, lab., s.s. 6th b. Culvert 

and Broadway 
Daitemaun Anthony, lab., 74 Abigail 
Dale Ann, 99 E. 3d e. of Lock 
Dale Danl., butcher, al. b. Ana and 14th 

and Central av and t'lum 
Dale Danl J., 473 W. Court 
Dale Geo. C, carp., bds. 162 W. 5th 
Dale Jas., plasterer, 3t Mansfield 
Dale John, painter, s.s. Poplar b. John 

and Linn 
DALii John W., (R. Clarke & Co.) 47 

Mansfield 
Dale Nathaniel, shoerakr.,858 W. Front 
Daler Danl., shoemkr , 11 Bedinger 
Daiey Andrew, lab., s s. Front b. Kelly 

and Torrence 
Daley Bridget, laundress, s.s. Front b. 

Kelly and Torrence 
Daley Chas., wks. 372 Central av 
Daley Jas., lab., 179 W. 2d 
Daley Jas., lab., 57 K. 8th e. of Lock 
Daley Jas., lab., 5d Mill 
Daley John, huckster, 130 Central av 
Daley John, lab., e.s. O'Reilly al. b. 3d 

and Pearl 



Daley Kate, seamstress, Broadway Ho 

tel 
Daley Mary, 306 Race 
Daley Mary, chambermaid, Broadway 

Hotel 
Daley Patrick, shoemkr., bds. 65 W. 5th 
Daley Patrick, lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Kelly 
Daley Wm., boiler mkr., wks. 56 Pike 
Daley Wm., lab , 5.> Mill 
Dalhein Geo., billiard tender, St. Nicho- 
las, h. 178 Walnut 
Daligan August, cutter, bds. 65 W. 5th 
Dallas A., milliner, at 18 W. 5th 
DALLAS Fred., (Tempest & Co.) 697 

Elm 
Dallas Ninetto, milliner, bds. 302 W. 5th 
Dallaino Anthony, glazier, rear 82 Main 
Dallen Chas., varnisher, 3 E. 5th 
Duller John, bk. binder, 71 Mulberry 
Daller John, watchmkr., 391 Vine 
Daliheimer August, tailor, 18 llamer 
Dallraan A. H., elk., 15 Moore 

DALLMAN F. II., Furniture Dealer, 
120 & 1! 1 Sycamore, 
h. 1 1 Moore 
Dallman August, turner, 13 Moore 
Dallraan Francis, 13 Moore 
Dallmann Frank, mason, 21 Franklin 
Dalimann Hy., cab. mkr., 11 Franklin 
Dallmaiin lly., car driver, 18 13th 
Dallmanu Herman, brush mkr., 458 Main 
Dallmaun Herman, stone mason, 24 Mul- 
berry 
Dalimann Rudolph, stone mason, 24 

Mulberry 
Dalimann Wm., varnisher, 11 Franklin 
Dallst.oevve Fred., varnisher, bds. 165 

Clay 
Dally Patrick, dray, 46 Pub. Landing 
Dally S. L., agent patent self lighting 
lamps, 4 W.4th, bds. 158 Sycamore 
Dalor Eugene, constable, 11 Bedinger 
Dalton Eiisha E., watchman, 420 Syca- 
more 
Dalton Fanny, servt., lOG York 
Daitou Jas., dry goods, 146 W 5th 
Daltun John, finisher, u.w.c. Kim and 

Water 
Dalton John, lab., 12 Plum 
Dalton John, mach., n.w.c. Elm and 

Water 
Dalton Joseph, carriage mkr.. 15 Linn 
DALTON Richard J., (Wright, D. &, Co.) 

h. Newport 
Dalton T. J., porter, 249 Walnut 
Dalton Thos., miller, rear 282 Main 
Ualton Wm. D.,L. M R. R. depot, h. 

282 Longworth 
Daly A. II., 269 Vine 
Daly J. P., stone cutter, wks. s.w.c. 5th 

and Broadway 
Daly Jas., porter, Dennison House 
Daly Jas., lab., rear e.s. McAllister b. 

4th and 6 th 
Daly Jeremiah, st. bt. mate, 13 W. 3d 
Dalv John, ',09 Vine 
DALY M. v., i,Kiug & D.) Newport 
Daly Mary, servt., River b. Reed and 

Willow 
Daly Owen, carp., wks. 537 Freeman, h. 

107 3d 
Dam Lewis, carp., wks. 487 Freeman 
Uambush Joseph, wks. candle factory. 

Poplar b. John and Central av 
Dame Jolin, foundryman,27 Commerce 
Damen Wm., furniture, 517 Blaiu 
Dames Conrad, c!k., 461 W. 7th 
Damey Frank, lab.. Pleasant Court b. 

Race and Elm 
Dammert Wm., 455 Sycamore 
Damens Clemens, carp., bds. s.w.c. 

Walnut and W. 9th 
Damon Gotleib, lab., bds. W. W. Canal 
House [W. 2d 

Damon Hy., mill stone mkr., bds. 125 
Damse Jas.. bds. n.w.c. Pike and Front 
Damsey John, lab., bds. 464 Walnut 
Damsey Michael, dray, 556 Sycamore 
DANA L. D., (D., Rosseter & Co.) Mar- 
ietta, 0. 
r\ ANA, ROSSETER & CO., (Lorenzo 
i I D. D., Geo. R. R., John B. Ship- 
-^ man, John W. Stanleyfc Geo. II. 
Eells,) Furniture and Chair Manu- 
facturers, 11 E. Pearl 



Danady Peter, oof. h., 134 Water 
DANBY Ch;is., (Vail & D.) .555 W. 9th 
Danby Joseph, upholsterer, bds. cor. fatli 

and Central av 
Dandistel A., 40 Jones 
Dandon Edward, lab., Pugh al. b. 4th 

and 5th 

DANDKIDOE A. S., 
Physician, u.e.c. 3d and Broadway 
h. 9;t E. yd 
Dandy Ann, laundress, 39 E. 7th 
Dane Peter, moulder, 177 W. Lioerty 
Danescke John, dray, 9 Hughes 
Daugtr Ferd., cab. mkr., wks. 470 W. 

6th 
Danger Hy., eng., 71 Spring 
Danenhower John W., elk., 146 W. 3d 

h. 262 Hopkins 
Daniel Fanny, lOU Longworth 
DANIEL 11.. (Keeme, Wallingford &. 

Co.) 96 Barr 
Daniel Robt., lab., wks. 382 Vine 
Daniels A. J., (Curry, Lewis & D.) 172 

Plum 
Daniels D. N., phys.. n.w.c. 4th and 

Main, bds. Gait House 
Daniels Kliza, 182 W. Court 
Daniels Elizabeth, b-h., 52 W. 9th 

DANIELS JACOB, 
Saddle and Harness Maker, 205 
W. eth, h. 196 W.Cth 
Daniels Jas. A., elk., 66 W. 5th, h 47 

George 
Daniels Levi B., mach.,. 52 W. 9th 
Daniels Walter, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Dankworth Joseph, saddler, n.w.c. John 

and Elizabeth 
Danky Philip, lab., Mt. Adams 
Uannecker Jacob, ropemkr.,53 Y^ork 
Dannemann John, shoemkr., 519 ISyca- 

DANNKNIIOLD Balthazer, (D. & Nock) 
117 Dudley 

DANNEMIOLD & NOCK, (Balthazer 
D. & Wm. S. N.) Steam and Gas 
Fillers, 99 W. 5lh 
Daonenhold Walter, gas fitter, 117 Dud- 
ley 
Danner A M., b.h.,216 Plum 
Danner Mary Ann, 143 Everett 
Dannreuther A., piano mauuf.. rear 407 

Central av 
Dansly Robt., car driver, 500 Linn 
Danvier Jas.. cooper, 129 W. 3d 
Danziger Lewis, (Stromberg & D.) 174 

W. 3d 
Dapenbrook Hy., shoemkr., 1 Landing 
e. of Broadway, bds. u.e.c. Front 
and Pike 
Dapeiibrouck Richard, fireman, at Hin- 

kle. Guild & Co's 
Dapp John, porter, 61 W. Pearl, h. 91 

Ham. Road 
Darby Thos., bell hanger, wks. 53 W. 3d 
Darcy Edward, clothing, 261 W. 5th 
D.irdes Catharine, grocer. Deer Creek 

Valley 
Dare Clement, eng., 286 Longworth 
Dare Wm.,27 Elizabeth 
Darenhaus Catharine. 20 Abigail 
Darey Henry, lab., bds. 8 River 
Dargeui August, foreman, Longworth's 
wine manuf., s s. 6th b. Broadway 
and Culvert 
Dargus Mary Jane, 305 W. 9th w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Darke E., 341 Clark 
Daik Ebenezer, painter, wks. 67 W. 3d 
Darley Matthias, miller, 23 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Darling Henry, lab., wks. Globe Foun- 
dry 
Darling Jeremiah, mach., 25 Cutter 
Darling Jeremiah, wood yard, 87 W. 
Court w. of Central ay., h. '^5 Cut- 
ter 
D.arling Mary, 271 Race 
Darling Mary, servant, Henrie House 
Darlinghaus Henry, shoemkr., n.w.c. 

Central ay. and 6th, h. 20 Abigail 
Darlington Samuel, carp.,c. Dorsey and 

Sycamore 
Darlington Wm., carp., bds. 107 W. 5th 
Darlington Wm., mach., bds 6 E. 7th 
Darmady Andrew, lab., 24 State 



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Darmady Wm., lab., 122 Accommoda 
tion 

Darmody Andy, wks. slaughter h., Deer 
Creek Valley 

Darmody Joseph, wks. slaughter h. Deer 
Creek Valley 

Darneg Ellen, servant, Dennison House 

Darnell Albert, barber, 130 W. Pearl 

Darnes Wm , 14 E. eth 

Darpell Henry, cutter, 75 W. Pearl 

Darr G., 156 Wade 

Darr Jos., 272 Race 

Darrow Geo. P., foreman, 84 Laurel 

Darstraum Fred . lab.. 1G5 Clay 

Dart Chas. H., 496 W. ^^d 

Dart Elvira H., 496 W. 3d 

Dart Joseph, elk.. C H. & D. R. R. De- 
pot, bds 1-13 George 

Dartermann Henry, porter, 31 Sycamore, 
h Commerce b. Race and Elm 

Dartnell W. B., '2G W. Sth 

Darusmont Alexis, b.k., Lafayette Brew- 
ery, h. 721 Aiue 

DarviU John S , mach., inO Dudley 

Dasch Chas.. cof. h., 187 Ham. Road 

Dasch Christian, bren-er, wks. 33u Ham. 
Roiul 

Dash Cyrus, brk. layer, bds. 109 Court 

Dashii^ Ferdinand, carp., Charlotte b. 
Bay miller and Linn 

Dashmann Henry, lab., w.s. M. Canal 
b.5th end 6th 

Dassell Anton, jeweler, n.w.c. Linn and 
Hopkins 

Dassenbrock D. C, shoemkr.. Elm b. 
Sth and 9th 

Datchen Henry, grocery. 295 Elm 

D itcheii Henry, carp., 295 Elm 

Dater .\dam, dray., 145 Poplar 

Dater Henry, n.e.c. Canal and Findlay 

Dater Peter. 66 W. Court 

Daterraan Henry, lab., 29 Commerce 

Daters Frank H., wks. s.w.c- Race and 
Canal, h. 13 Bremen 

Datert Henry, tailor, bds. 345 and 347 
AValnut 

Dr.u Augusta, 422 Vine 

Dau Charles, pattern mkr., 422 Vine 

Dau Rosa, 422 Vine 

Daubenthal John, wks. 41 )^ E. 3d 

Dauchier Josaphina, tailoress, 311 Find- 
lay 

Daudson A. G., bds. 132 Broadway 

Dauenhower John, porter, 11 E. 4th, h. 
w.s. Vine b. Green and Elder 

Daues Daniel S., bds. 1-58 W. 3d 

Daugherty Susan, s>irvant, 177 Syca- 
more 

Daughi.M-ty T.,carr)., c. Wood and W. W. 
Canal 

DAUGHTER? OF TEMPERANCE, 
HOUSE OF EMPLOYMENT, 
188 ^Y. 5th 
Dauhal Frederick, l.ab., Charlotte b. Bay- 
miller and Linn 
Dauhn John, lab., 19 Ann 
Daulpliin Mary, waiter, Dennison House 
Daum John, 113 Dudley 
Dauni Lewis, baker, wks. 60 E. Front 

DAUM MICHAEL, 
Saloon, 
30 Broadway 
Daumann Henry, cof. h., 125 Ham. Road 
Daumbe John, 19 Ann 
Daus Andrew, lalj., 583 Walnut 
Daus .\nthony, cigar mkr., 601 Main 
Daut James, 431 Sycamore 
Daute Christiana, n.e.c. Race and Lib 

erty 
Daute Maria, n.e.c. Race and Liberty 
Dantel Joseph, photographist, 22 W. 

Court 
Davanny Bridget, 48 W. Water 
Davenhrook John, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 

DAVENPORT CHARLES, Manager 
Western Union Telegraj.h Co., s. 
w.c. 3d and Walnut, h. 354 W. Sth 
DAVENPORT CYRUS, Sec. Spring 
Grove Cemetery, office, Meludeon 
Buildings, n.w.c. 4th and Walnut, 
res. Branch Hill 

DAVtNl'ORT D. G. A., Auditor, L. 
M. R. R. Co., office s.e.c. Kilgour 
and Pearl, res. Mt. Auburn 
Davenport J., merchant, 57 Clinton 



Davenport James, bds. 191 W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
Davenport John D., wood engaver, n.e. 
c. 4th and Walnut, h 125 Carr 

DAVENPORT T. F , 
Dentist. 56 W 4th, 
h. 444 W.9th 
Davemy Benjamin, 97 W. Front 
Davern John, ink mkr., 149 George 
Davey Bridget, widow, 48 Vine 
Davey Catlierine, rear 135 W. Front 
Davey J. R., (A. H. Hinkle &. Co.) h. in 

Country 
Davey Michael, lab., 46 Elm 
Davey Michael, lab., 45 E 3d 
Davej- Thomas, lab., rear 16 1 Water 
David Md'ile., Superior Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
David Antony, boatman, 287 W. 2d 
David D.iniel R., painter, 23 Clinton 
David Henry, soa • and perfumery, 278 

Main, h 22 W. 7th 
David Jacob, elk. Co. Treasurer, bds. 22 

W. 7th 
David Wm. H., elk. P. 0., bds. 22 W. 

7th 
Davids John. blk. smith, s.e.c. loth and 

Providence 
Davidson A. Q., chemist, s.e.c. 4th and 

Main 
Davidson Henry C, printer, 361 George 
Davidson John, eng., wks. 180 W. 2d 
Davidson John B., printer, 361 George 
Davids'in John M.,a61 George 
Davidson Roger J. , baggage master, 0. & 

M. R.R., 4-0 W. 4th 
DAVIDSON Tyler, (T. D. & Co,) bds. 

Burnet House 

DAVIDSON TYLER & CO., (Tyler 
D., Henry Probasco & Caleb P. 
Marsh.) Importers and Jobbers of 
Har<l\vare, Cutlery and Metals, 14U 
& 142 Main 
Davidson W C, (W. C. D. & Co.) 299 

George 
Davidson W. C. & Co., silver platers, 72 

W. 6th 
Davies Edwin W.. finisher, 13 W, 3d 

DAVIES GEORGE C, 
Insurance Agent, 67 W. 4th 
h. 191 W Court 
Davies Wm.. tailor, 49 Mohawk 
Davin Patrick, lab., Fulton 

Davis , printer, bds. 202 Walnut 

Davis , 116 Butler 

Davis A., prinrer, bds. 326 Main 

Davis A., teacher, 331 Cutter 

DAVIS A., Judson, (G F. Davis&Co ) 

315 Longworth 
Davis .Abram, tinner, 26 Main, h. 300 

Water 
Davis Adolph, (D. Karger & Co.) 138 

Davis Adolph, tailor shop, 76 E. Sth, h. 

138 Main 
Davis Andrew, moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Davis Ann. laundress, 112 Lock 
Davis Ann S., 127 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Davi^ Anna M., bds. 185^ BaiT 
Davis Benj., printer, 177 W. 3d 
Davis Caroline, 64 Bremen 
DAVIS Charles, (Charles Davis & Co.) 

57 W. 9th 
Davis Charles, painter, 213 Everett 
Davis Charles, shoemkr., bds. 317 2d 
Davis Charles A., (T. F. & C. A. D.) n.e. 
c. Richmond and Frseman 

DAVIS CHARLES & CO., (Ch.arles 
D., Nathaniel Goldsmith and John 
II. Porter,) Pork and Beef Packers, 
272 Sycamore and s e.c. Court and 
Broadway 
Davis Chas.W.,billiard marker., 196 Free- 
man 
Davis Chas. W., 127 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Davis D., dray., 325 Clark 
Davis D. Jeff., carp., n.w.c. John and 

Laurel 
Davis Daniel S.,t,eng., 219 W. 3d, bds. 

158 W. 3d 
Davis David, brklayer, s.e.c. New and 

Broadwav 
Davis David, finisher 186 Cutter 



Davis David, porter, 18 W. 2d, h. 3d nr 

High 
Davis David B., boiler, 460 W. Front 
Davis David B., bds. 1.58 W. 3d 
Davis David K., turner, wks. 196 W. 

Pearl 
Davis E.. dentist, bds. SI Everett 
Davis Eli. fireman, 143 Clark 
Davis Elizabeth, grocer, s.e.c. Findlay 

and Bavmiller 
Davis Elizabeth. servt..374 W. 7th 
Davis Elizabeth G.. 473 W. 3d 
Davis Ellen, bds. 136 .Main 
Davis Emma, 82 W. Sth 
Davis Esther G., dressmkr., 19 Ellen 
Davis F.. bds. 42S George 
DAVIS F. P., (F. P. D & Co.,) bds. 429 

4th b. Mill and Stone 

DAVIS F. P. & CO., (F. P. D., Wm. 
C. Davis.) Iron Founders and 
Stove Manufacturers, n.w.c. Main 
and 2d 
D.4VIS F. S., (S. S. D. & Co.,) 276 W. 

7th 
Davis F. T., paper hanger, 129 George 
Davis Fanny, cook, 63 E. 7th 
Davis Frank, painter, 213 Everett 
Davis-George, lab., 126 Carr 
DAVIS George F , (G F. D. & Co.,) 
Southern av.. Mt. Auburn 

DAVIS GEORGE F. & CO., (G. F. 
D . A. Judson Davis.) Pork pack- 
ers. Ham Curers and Commission 
Merchants. 11 Sycamore 
DAVIS Geo. H., (N. H. & G. H. D.,) h. 
53 W. Sth 

DAVIS H. D., 
Fulton Mills, n.s. E. Front, opp. 
Leatherbury, l7th Ward 
Davis H. D., elk.. 274 W. 3d 
Davis H. D.. driver, wks. 133 Race 
DAVIS H. H., (D. & Marsh,) Walnut 

Street House 
Davis Harvey, rear 71 W. 9th, w. of 

Central av. 
Davis Henry, harness mkr., 23 E. Sth, 

bds. 177 Sycamore 
Davis Henrv F., salesman, 95 W. 3d, h. 

213 Laurel 
Das'is Henry L., County Clerk's Office, 

h. 33- Race 
Davis Henry M.. b k., bds. 73 E. Sth 
Davis Henry M.. elk., bds. 297 W. 6th 
Davis Henry M., elk. Times office, h. 

428 George 
Davis Hugh, lab., bds. 972 E. Front 
Davis I. B., coal azent. 279i Longworth 
Davis J., ma;h., wks. 30 Butler 
Davis J. B.,biar., 80 Hopkins 

DAVIS J. C. & CO., (Jonathan C. 
D. & Wm. McGrew.) Produce and 
Commission Merchants, 5. W, 
Front 

Da\'is J . V. S., harness mkr., 34 Stone 

Davis Jackson, driver, bds. c. 4th and 
Butler 

Davis James, porter, 71 Walnut 

Davis Jas. C, tinner, bds. 177 Sycamore 

Davis Jas. J., foreman, 614 E. Front 

Davis Jas. W., fireman, 32 George 

Davis Jane, 101 Smith 

Davis Jane, rear 323 W. 9th, w. of Cen- 
tral av. 

Davis Johannah, 132 Mound 

Davis John, (D. & Johnson.) 82 W. 8th 

Davis Jolin, 82 W Sth 

Davis John, bark., 19 E. Sth 

Davis John, blk smith, 15 15th 

Davis John, carriage mkr., 50 Bremen 

Davis John, dentist, 49 Mansfield 

Davis John, dyer, 244 Elm 

Davis John, eng., 540 Central av. 

Davis John, harness mkr., 34 Stone 

Davis John, lab., 12 Chestnut 

Davis John, lab., Hillb. Observatory and 
Martin 

Davis John, lab., n.s. Hopkins b. Free- 
man and Garrard 

Davis John, lab., 262 Water 

Davis John, miller, 49 New 

Davis .lohn, painter, 499 Race 

DAVIS JOHN, 
Physician. Omce 435 Vine 
h. 323 Kim 
Davis John, printer, s.e.c. 3d and Tins 
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Davis John C, elk., 1G6 Viae, bds. 82 

Av. ath 

Davis Ji.hii P., upholsterer, 3J0i W. 5th 
Dnvia John G.. finisher, 4'.l Harridon 
Davi3 Juiin K., boots aud shoes, 196 

Freeman 
Davis Jolm W., mach., 357 W 7th 
Davis & Johnson, (J. D. & J. B. J.,) 

marble works, n.e.c. 12th and Cen- 
tral av. 
DATIS Jonathan C , (J. C. D.& Co.,) 

Clermont Co., 0, 
Davis Joseph, lab., 593 W. 8th 
Uavis Joseph N., painter, 124 Hopkius 
Davis Josliua, at Charles Davis & Co-, 

48 Mansfleld 
Davis, Karirer & Co., (Adolph D. & 

Morris K.) clothiers and mer. tailors, 

138 Main 
Davis L. T., painter, 72 W. 3d 
Davis Ma'^'i^ne, servt., Bevis House 

DAVIS & MARSH, (H. II. D. & 
• Richard M.,) Proprietors Walnut 
Street House, e.s. Walnut b. 6th 
and 7th 
Davis Mary, 168 George 
Davis Michael, carp., w.s. "Whittaker, b. 

Front and E. 3d 
Davis Michael, flieman, 143 Clark 
Davis Moses, plasterer, hds. 47 Clinton 
I A AVIS N II. & G. H., f Nathan H. 
i I D. & Geo. II. Davis,) vVines and 
-^ Liquors, b9 Walnut 
DAVIS Nathan H., m. H. & G. H. 
Davis.) 21 W. 9th' [,jtli 

Davis Nellie, raautuamkr., bds. 208 W. 
Davis Newton C, printer, 145 W. 5th 
Davis Oliver, mach., 152 Ham. road 
Davis Reese P., lab., wks. 413 W. Front 

h. Covington 
Davis Robert, paper hanger, 236 Long- 
worth 
Davis S., driver, bds. 41 Jones 

DAVIS S., Jr. & Co., (Samuel D.,jr, 
& Wm. H. D.,) Pork Packers, 3U3 
toSIlBioailway 
DAVIS S. S. & CO., (Simon S. & 
Franklin S. Davis,; Bankers, 61 
W. 3d 
Davis S. W.,. lab., 27 Pearson 
Davis Samuel, carp., 173 John 
Davis Samuel, elk. M. & C. R. R., bds. 

281 Vine 
Davis Samuel, lab., 27 Parson 
DAVIS Samuel, jr., fS. D., jr. & Co.,) 

45 W. Sth 
Davis Sarah, 82 W. Sth 
Davis Sarah, nurse, 49 W. Pearl 
Davis Sarah, seamstress, 402 Baymiller 
DAVIS Simon S., (S. S. D. & Co.,) 

439 \V. 8th 
Davis Stephen, cutter, 88 Main 
Davis Stephen, tailor, 197 W. Front . 
Davis Susan, res. at Geo. F. Davis, Bit. 

Auburn 
Davis T., Walnut Ilill.s 
Davis T., wks. n.w.c. Pearl and Miami 

Canal 
Davis T., finisher, bds. Congress Ex- 
chancre 
Davis T. F. & C. A., grainers,61 George 
Davis Theodore D., barber, 3S2 Central 

av. 
Davis Thomas, 606 E. Front 
Davis Thos., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Davis Thos., boiler, wks. 413 W. Front 
Davis Thomas, driver, bds. c. 4t.i and 

Butler 
Davis Thos., helper, s.w.c Race and 2d 
Davis Thomas, lab., Hill b. Observatory 

and Martin 
Davis Thos., marble cutter, bds. 82 W. Sth 
Davis Thomas F., (T. F. & C. A. D.,) 

n.e.c. Richmond and Freeman 
Davis W. L., painter, 72 W. 3d 
Davis Wm., blksmith, 606 Race 
Davis Wm., fireman, 104 George 
Davis Wm., lab., 703 Vine 
Davis Wm., tailor, s.w.c. 3d and Syc- 
amore 
Davis Wm. B., phvs., 313 Elm 
Davis Wm. B., elk. 27 W. 3d, h. 75 

Clinton 
DAVIS William C, (P. B. Davis & Co.,) 

h. Dayton, 0. 9 



Davis William E., eng., Fulton b. Hill 

and Lewis 
Davis Wm. II., eating house, 14 E. 5th 
Davis Wm. Henry, 23 W. 9th 
Davis Wm. M., elk.. 211 Vine, h. 82 W. 

8th 
Davis Wm. M., optician, 247 W. Sth, h. 

n.e.c. 9tli and Kliu 
Davis Wm. W., 104 George 
Davis Wm. W., provision dealer, 40 W. 

Front, h. 161 Race 
DAVISOiN Benjamin, (A. D. Sohram & 

Co.,) h. Newport 
Davison James, silver plater, wks. 72 W. 

6th 
Davison Jas. M., elk. 2Q2 W. 3d 
Davison John, salesman 101 W. 4th, 

bds. Covington, Ivy. 
Davison Oscar, janitor Bacon's Eldg, u. 

w.c. 9th and Walnut 
Davison Peter, driver. Freeman b. Bank 

and Central av. 
Davison Wm. R., silver plater, 72 W. 6th 

h 202 W. 3d 
Davitt Harriet, 243 Elm 
Davitt Julia, 2-13 Elm 
Davitt Patrick. fMooney & D.,) 17 W. 6tli 
Davlin Catharine, 140 John 
Davol Jacob, mason, 157 York 
Dawien Michael, 70 Spring 
Dawrie John, lab., e.s. Anderson b. Mill 

and Park 
Daws Robert, carpet mkr., 85 Race 
Dawsey John, Ringgold and Young 

DAWSON BENJ., 
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work- 
, er. Stoves, &c., 254 W. 0th, h. 167 
Richmond 
Dawson Edward A., b.k., 29 W. 3d, h. 

319 Elm 
Dawson Eliza, 319 Elm 

DAWSON JAMES, 
Boavdiug House, 109 W. Sth 

Dawson Jas., boiler, bds. 438 W. Front 
Dawson Jas., stucco worker, Oregon nr. 

reservoir 
Dawson James J., stationery and fancy 

goods, 164 W. 6th 
Dawson John, stone cutter, bds. 130 W. 

Court 
Dawson K., wks. 48 W. Front 
Dawson Wm., lab., Central av.b. Pearl 

and 2d 
Dawson Wm., lab., Oregon nr. reservoir 
IJaivson Wm., tinner, wks. 254 W. 6th, 

h. Observatory Hill 
Dawson AVm. V., jirinter, s.w.c. 3d and 

Sycamore 

DAWSON WM. W., 
Physician, Office 3d n.w.c. Broad- 
way, bds. Broad.vay Hotel 
Day A. M., (D. & Bro.,) 165 E. 3d 
Day Adeline, elk., 230 W. 0th 
Day Alexander M., hatter, 165 E. 3d 
Day B., horse dealer, 424 John 
Day & Bro., (A. M.&T.C. D.,)confec., 

259 Walnut 
DAY Geo. W., (D.&Matlack,) h. Phila- 
delphia 
Day II. T., artist, bds. Telegraph House 
Day Henry M., notary public, 15 E. 3d, 

bds 144 W. 4th 
Day James, lab., wks. s.e.c. Butler and 

Front 
DAY James R., (W. T. & S. D. Day & 

Co.,) 80 W. 9th w. of Central av. 
Day Jeremiah, lab 120 E. Sth 
Day John E., plasterer, bds. 220 Cutter 
Day Margaret, chambermaid, 26 E. 3d 
Day Margaret, servt., St. Cliarles 30 K. 3d 

DAY & MATLACK, (Geo. W. Dav & 
Bowen M.,) Wholesale Dry Goods, 
89 W. Pearl 
Day Michael, al. b. Sth and 6th and Main 

and Walnut 
Day Nathan, conductor, Freemanb. Barr 

and George 
Day Ramsay, lab., bds. at A. Zoller's 
DAY Samuel D., (W. T. & S. D. Day,) 

Canton, 
Day Timothy C , (D. &Bro.,) 167 W. 3d 

DAY W. T. & S. D & CO., (W. T. 
D., S. D. D.. Jas. R.Day,) Printing 
Press and Wood Type Manufac- 
turers, 173, 175 and 177 AV. 2d 



Day AVm.. jeweler, 2 W. 4th, h. Newport 
DAY AVilllara T., (W. T. & &. D. Day 

& Co.,) h. Columbus, 0. 
Daychmann Charles, tailor, Vine street 

Hill 
Dayson Timothy, lab., 49 Longworth's 

Bldg., s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 

DAYTON & CINClNN.iTI (Short 
Line) R. R., 13 AV. 4th. Sam'l H. 
Goodin, Pres., John Q. Jones, Sec. 
D.\yton E., b.k., bds. 191 Longworth 
DAYTON H., (Broaders &. Co.,) h. New 

York 
Dayton John AV., tin and copper worker, 
stoves, &;c.,262 AV. 6th 

DAYTON & MICHIGAN R. R., 
Office 5 College Hall Bldg., Wal- 
nut b. 4th and 5th 
Deagon John, cooper, s.s. Poplar b. 

Freeman and AVesternav. 
Deais Thos., carp., wks. 48 W. Front 
Deal David, upholsterer, 171 E. Front 
Deal D. S., painter, 185 W. Court, w. of 

Central av. 
Deal Mary, b. h., 215 Elm 
Deal Phillip, painter, 185 AV. Court, w. 

of Central av. 
Dealing John, lab., H.arriet nr. the Canal 
Dean Daniel, conductor street r.r., bds. 

73 Baymiller 

DEAN & HALE, (ThompsonD., Sam. 
J. II.,) Commission Merchants and 
A\holesale Dealers in Flour and 
AVhiskey, 15, 19 and 21 Sycamore 
Dean Jas., painter, wks. Lane and Bod- 
ley's 
Dean Jas., shoemkr., 236 AV. ,5th 
Dean Jas. T., carver, 383 AV. 7th 
Dean John, carp... 265 Everett 
Dean John, elk., s.w.c. 4th and Walnut 
Dean John, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and I'earl 
Dean John, paver, 377 W. 9th, w. of 

Central av. 
Dean John H., salesman, 10 W. Pearl, 

bds. Burnet House 
Dean Joseph, carp.. 251 Everett 
Dean Michael, carp., 187 E. 3d 
Dean Patrick, stone mason, 57 W. 9th w. 

of Central av. 
Dean Phillip, barber, 1 17 E. 6th 
Dean Thomas, carp.. 32 George 
DEAN Thompson, (D. & Hale,) 200 W. 

4th 
Dean AVm., coachman, bds. Southgate 

House 
Dear James, sheet iron worker, wks. 

Ramsey nr. Front 
Dearkus Herman, tailor, 31 Poplar 
Dearring James R., boatman, 13 Plum 
Deai-ring Lewis, shoemkr., 500 W. 3d 
Dearstock B., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Dearstock J , moulder, wks. Green wood's 

foundry 
Dearwaters Jas., fireman. 272 Cutter 
Death Wm., lab., bds. 5.53 AV Sth 
Deavenport Chas. D., driver, n.e.c. Sth 

and Race 
Debbler Bernard, 90 E. 2d 
DeUeek, B. 0. M., teacher, 250 Betts b. 

Freeman and Baymiller 
DeBeck AV. L., elk. County Auditor's 

Office, h. 328 Clark 
DeBeck AVm., policeman, 169 Mound 
Deoenbruck Bernard, lab., 72 Hunt 
Dehenbruok Rudolf, 72 Hunt 
Debolt Andrew, pattern mkr. 503 W. 4th 

DEBOLT BUILDING, 
s,e.c. Main and Court 

Debolt Chas., safe mkr., 277 AV. 3d 
Debolt Daniel, stone cutter, n.s. AA'ade b. 
Elm and Plum 

DEBOLT EXCHANGE, 
John C. Flach, Proprietor, 
s.e.c. Court and Main 
Debolt H., plow mkr., wks. Geo. C. 

Alilloi- & Co. 
DEBOOR Jacob, CJ. P. Calkins & Co.,) 
41 Milton 

DEBORAH, (German Weekly,) 
Bloch and Co., Publishers, 32 W. 
6th 
Dobrae John, lab., 666 W. Front 
Debrez Michael, moulder, 47 Findlay 



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Debt John, lab., 91 Ham. road 
Debus Henry, elk., 48 W. Front 

DEBUS LOUIS. 
Still Tub and Cistern Manufactory, 
IG7 W. 2d 
Debutts Archibald S., tailor, 107 Dudley 
DeButts Benj. F., elk., n.w.c. Freeman 

and 9th 
DeCarap Caleb B., b.k., 89 Main, h. 288 

W. 7th 
DeCAMP Danl., (J. & D. DeCamp,) h. 

Glendale 
DeCAMP E. L., (Negley & DeC.) 19 

Barr 
DeCAMP Harvev, (Bachelor, DeC. & 

Co.) 304 \V. 5th 
DeCamp Hiram, bk. layer, 2S8 W. 7th, 

w. of Central ay 
DeCamp J., bk. layer. 78^ Laurel 
DeCamp J. & D., (Joseph DeC. & Danl. 

DeC.) carps., n.e.c. Court and Cut- 
ter 
DeCamp Jas. F , b.k., 27 Main, 21 Barr 
DeCamp Johanna, paper manuf., 30G 

George 
DeCamp John, (Bailey &. DeC.) Branch 

Hill 
DeCamp Joseph, (J. & D. DeC.) 362 

Georse 
DeCamp L., bk. Inyer, 78 Laurel 

DeCAMP & KIEHAUS, (Thomas L. 
DeC & Joseph N.) Hardware and 
Manufacturers of Locks, 27(J Cen- 
tral Av 
DeCAMP Thos. L., (DeC. & Niehaus,1 

h. Glendale 
DeCharmsMary, teacher, 7th dist. school, 

h. 108 Park 
Deck Abraham cof. h., s.w.c. Central 

av. and Clarkson 
Deck Hy., stone cutter, Livingston b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Deck John, lab., Freeman b. Bank and 

Dayton 
Deckebach & Co., (Philip D. & Philip 

Gerlach.) ijrocers. 28l) W. Liberty 
DECKEBACH F. C, (F. C D.& Co.,) 
171 W. Court 

DECKEBACH F. C. & CO., 
Coppersmiths, 
171 W. Court 
Deckebach Geo., carpet weaver, 173 W. 

Court 
Deckebach Hy., 151 W. Couit 
Deckebach Philip, (D. & Co.) 286 W. Li- 
berty 
Deckelmann Hy., shoemkr., 126a E. 

Front 
Decker Danl., cook,6lhb. Broadway and 

Culvert 
Decker Freri., cooper, 9 Orchard 
Decker Geo., grocery, s.s. Harrison av. 

nr. Brishton 
Decker Gottieib, butcher, 740 Vine 
Decker Hy., cooper, 24 Abigail 
Decker Jacob, grocery, s.s. Harrison av. 

b Davison and Brighton 
Decker J . C. , printer, bds. s.e.c. 5th and 

Broadway 
Decker J. H., watchmkr., 62 Main, bds. 

152 E. oth 
Decker Joseph, lab. 703 Race 
Decker Philip, weaver, bds. White Water 

Canal House 
DecI.ert Charles, baker, 244 W. 6th 
Deckert Fritz, cooper, 12 Orchard 
Deckert Heinrich, cooper, 24 Al)igail 
Deckhaus Henry, porter, 105 W. 2d 
Deckwitz August, 26 Madison 
Decof Bernard, lab., 229 Betts 
Decout Valentine, trunk mkr., wks. 507 

Plum 
Decultens Anthon, carp., 71 Spring 
Dederm:inn Hy., fireman, 16 Miltoa 
Dedores Frank, rear 161 Water 
Dedrick David, carp.. 119 Clinton 
Dedtm ir Joseph, tailor, 149 Hopkins 
Dee .James, printer, bds. 186 Race 
Dee John, bds. 18G Race 
Dee Sidney, b. k., 172 W. 5th 
Deeds W S., tinner, wks. 552 Elm 
Deetioff Henry, cooper, c. Hunt and 

Broadway 
Deeke George, shoemkr., wks. 254 W. 5th 
Deerstock Herman, lab., wks. at T. C. 

Butler's 



Deerwester Peter, blksmith, 191 e. Pearl 

e. of Broadway 
Deery James, grain dealer, 46 Hathaway 
Deery John, elk., 70i W. 4th, h. Hath- 
away, b. Jane and Baymiller 
Deery Wm., lab., n.w.c. Freeman and 9th 
Dees Anton, watches and jewelry, 309 

Main 
Deeters Reuben, blksmith, 65 Rittenhouse 
Deets Frederick W., stationer, 611 W.8th 
Defees V., moulder, bds. 294 W. Front 
Diffney , plasterer, bds. 138 Long- 
worth 
DeFord Andrew J., printer, h. 35 Long- 
worth 
DeForest D., bkbinder, 62 W. 3d, h. 699 

W. 6th 
DeForest Jane. 3d, b. Parsons and Baum 
DeForest Wm.,wk9. Cin. Type Foundry 
Deforges Edward, lab., 40 Freeman 
Deganon Patrick, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Degar Clement, peddler. 176 Broadway 
Dege Henry, lab , 25 e Liberty 
Degel Georse. lab., 613 Main 

DEGEN PHILLIP, 
Coffee House, 
5.^9 Main 
Degerkamp Frank . file mkr., 185 Central 

av., h. n.s. Longworth. near Stone 
Deggerman Margaret, n.s. Front, b. For- 
est and Corp. Line 
Degislier E., packer, wks. n.e.c. 2d and 

Sycamore, bds. Cincinnati House 
Degman John, wks. 30 Butler 

DE GKANDVAL E.. 
Editor "Courier," 
74 W. 3d 
DeGraw A., grocer, 246 W. 6th 
DeGrawD., clergyman, n.s. Nassau, b. 

Reed anil Broad 
DeGraw W. L., carp., 150 W. 3d, h. 400 

\V. 9th 
Degroot Elijah, lab., 76 Pleasant 
Deu'rott Eraryen, 119 Spring 
DeHaan B. S., elk. 187 Main, h. Newport, 

Dellar't F. P. C, 16 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Dehl Jacob, carp., 23 Mulberry 
Dehler Clemens, lab., 12 Abigail 
Dehler Emil. lab., 451 Plum 
Dehli James, stone mason,bds. 253 Broad- 
way 
Dehlke Jacob, cigar mkr., 45 Miami 
Dehls Frederick, cab. mkr., 303 W. Front 
Dehls M., dressmkr , 104 Butler 
Dehls Martin, pointer, 1114 Butler 
Dehnier Louis, shoemkr.. 87 Ham. Road 
Dehne Joseph, tailor, 1 12 C'lintiui 
Dehner John, brushmkr., wks. 211 Wal- 
nut 
Deho Wm., hatter, 1911 Linn 
Deiber Charles, candy mkr., wks. s.e.c. 

6th and Walnut 
Deible John, brklayer, 122 Linn 
Ueicliler Catharine, 110 Bremen 
Deickemann Jacob, brewer, rear of 264 

Ham. Road 
Deickemann John, brewer, rear of 264 

Ham. Road 
Deickmann Frederick, carp., 110 Pleas- 
ant 
Deickmeyer Henry. lab.. 20 Commerce 
Deidlinge John, wks. n.w c. Pearl and 

Miami Canal 
Deieriin John, tailor, 180 Walnut 
Deierling C, moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Deierling Jacob, barber, 16 E. Front, h. 

n.e.c. 3d and Central av 
Deighan Peter, elk., 121 Walnut, h. 405 

Race 
Deigman Henry, chair mkr., Longworth 

b. Stone and Hoadly 
Deihl A. H., salesman, 101 W. 4th, bds. 

162 Elm 
neihl Jaci>b. upholsterer, 107 York 
Deihls .Martin, varnisher, wks. s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Deike Henry Frederick, cab. mkr., 455 

Vine 
Deiker Joseph, tanner, wks. e. Culvert 

and 5th 
Deikman Valentine, hostler, Phoenix Ho- 
tel 



Deininger Henry, eof. h. 34)^ E. Front 
Ueinlein George, lab. 546 Walnut 
Deinst Kruest, finisher, 491 Race 
Deirks Bernard, lab. Spring, b. Hunt and 

Abigail 
Deirling John, cof. h., 20 Ham. Road 
Deirick Charles, tinner, wks. C H. & D. 

R. R. machine shop, h. 28 Mercer 
Deishler Sebastian, currier,wks., F. Port- 
man 
Deising Wm., trunk mkr.,wks.c. 5th and 

Miami Canal 
Deiterick Samuel, carp., 20 Ludlow 
Deitheile John, shoemkr., Ivio e. Pearl, 

e. of Broadway 
Deitmer Jacob, lab., 19 Buckeye 
Deitraer Anthony. Abigail, b. Main and 

Sycamore 
Deitrich Charies, 31 Madison 
Deilsch Jonas, loan office, 229 Walnut 

and 32 E. 4th, h. 143 Longworth 
Deitsch Julius, loan office, 32 E. 4th, h. 

143 Longworth 
Deitz Adam, stocking mkr., 413 Main 
Deitz Jacob, cab. mkr.,wks. s.w c. Plum 

and Pearl, h. Millcreek Ip 
Deitz John, stocking mkr , 4l3 Main 
Deitz Louis, finisher, 716 Vine 
Deitz Philip J., student, bds. 55 Syca- 
more 
Dekerfer Richard, e. s. Anderson, b. Mill 

and Park 
Dekins Robert, roller, 26 Observatory 

Road 
Dekof Joseph, lab., 201 Linn 
Dekoff John, lab. s.e.c. Findlay and 

Linn 
Delahouse Julius, mach.,27 Arch 
DE LAND CHARLES W., (D. & Qos- 

sau'e.) bds. Burnet House 

DE LAND &. GOSSAGE. (Chas. W. 
D.. Chas. G.,) Dry Goods, 74 & 76 
W. 4th 
Deland Henry, deputy sheriff, 29 Cutter 
Deland Marffaret, 29 Cutter 
Deland Bridget, servant. 62 Kossuth 
Delaney Catharine, 38 Richmond 
Delaney Daniel, lab., Beckett al., b. Clark 

and Court 
Delaney Daniel, moulder, 210 Carr 
DeLaney Isaac N., barber, Southgate 

House, s e.c. 6th and Elm 
Delaney James E , elk.. 557 Freeman 
Delaney John, lab., 61 1 W. i-th 
Delaney Julia, 78 W 8th 
Delaney Martin, sawyer, bds. 612 W. 

8th 
Delaney Mary, 59 W. 7th 
Delap John, e.s. Ludlow, b. 3d and 

Pearl 
Delehant Annie, servant, 3ii5 Race 
Delehanty Tiiomas, lab., 185 W. Canal 
Delen Charles, 799 Central av 
Deleplain J., carp., bds. 109 W. 5th 
Deieslie Wm. boatman, 167 W. 3d 
Delevie Jacob, elk., 55 Broadway, bds. 

17 E. 6th 
Delft John, shoemkr., bds. 56 Walnut 
Deighan John, 4l'3 Race 
Delihatit Ann, servant, Lock, b. 5th and 

6th 
Delin llelmuth, wks. 41 Park 
DeLisle James, trader. 55 Gano 
Dell Jacob, stone mason. 596 Vine 
Dell Nicholas, tailor, 36 Peete 
Dellahunter John, stone mason, 28 Jack- 
son 
Deller Edward, bk. binder, 1.37 Walnut, 

h. nil Hamilton Road 
Deller Peter, grocer. 140 Buckeye 
Delliett John, chair mkr., 470 W. 9th w. 

of Central av 
Dellihant John, lab., 57 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Dellmann Chas., brewer, 750 Freeman 
De Long E L., 58 W. 6th 
Delorac Jas. R., elk.. 284 Main, bds. 

Jones House 
Delorac Michael, IfO Linn 
Delp Jacob, brk. msr., Abler b. Clark 

and Gest 
Delroy Robert, mach., 102 W. 5th 
Delzell G. A., plumber, s.e.c. Sycamore 

and Woodward 
Deman Clemens, cab. mkr., wks. 470 W. 

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DEMAND MATTHIAS. Wh. Canrty 
Jlanufactui-Hr and Dealer in Fire 
Works. Fruits, Nuts, &c., i!07 
M:uii,h. 2-16 Sycamore 
DeM^rJ. T., atty , 101 W. 4th 
Demari-e A.. 00 Wade 

DEMUREST G. L., 
(Nye & D.) 
>1 W 3d 
Demeilno; Herman, w.s. Bremen b. 15th 

and W. Liberty 
Demhotfer Charles, cigar mkr., 34 E. 

Front 
Dernier August, chair mkr., 190 Clinton 
Demini Geo., carp., wks. 210 Vine 
DEMIN6 John, (Brown & D.). 104 

Broadway 
DEMING Wm. S., (Straight, D. & Co.) 

Aslitibula, 
Demke Joseph, fireman, 99 Woodward 
Demma Antony, painter, s.e.c. Baymiller 

and Bank 
Demme Herman, cab. mkr., 40 Vine 
Demmer Chas., tinner, n.w.c. York and 

Linn 
Demmler John, ciu'ar mkr., Mohawk b. 

Hamburg and Vernon 
Demmon Chas. U., printer, 316 W. 5th 
Derapsey John, bds. 164 W. 3d 
Dempsey John, lab., bds. 237 W. 6th 
Dempsey John S., grocer, s.e.c. 6th and 

I'lum 
Dempsey Lewis, lab., 51 1 Plum 
Dempsey Michael F., tinner, 18') Race 
Dempsey Patrick, 7(16 Central av 
Dempsey Thomas, salesman, 140 New, 

h. 68 Barr 
Dempster Wm., druggist, 365 Central av 
Denc'ke Henry Chas., County Clerk's 

office, h. 60 Ham. Road 
Deneal Eliza, seamstress, 65 Barr 
Denedy Bridget. 48 Plum 
Denedy Hugh, moulder, 48 Plum 
Denedy James, moulder, 48 Plum 
Denedy Patrick, lab.. 48 Plum 
Denedy Thomas, moulder, 48 Plum 
Dener Anthony, butcher, s.s. Poplar b. 

John and Linn 
Dener M iry, vest mkr., 19 Franklin 
DenghiuseV Fred., (Kochnken & Co.), 

16 Milton 
Densler Francis X., atty., 22 W. Court, 

h. 120 Betts 
Denham A. C, b.k., 99 Park 
Denhard Valentine, wks. 71 W 6th 
Denigan Thomas, elk., bds. 404 W. 5th 
Denin Garrirk fiuisher, 8th b. Broadway 

and Sycamore 
Denio Susan, actress. 9th and Walnut 
Denister Robert, carp., bds. 302 W.5th 
Denius John, dray., 72 Hunt 
Deuke Ludwig, cigar mkr., s.w.c Vine 

and 13th 
Denken Hy, eng., 71 Spring 
Denker Bernard, grocer, Charlotte b. 

Baymiller and Linn 
Denker Bernard, n.s. Charlotte b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Denker Bernard, jr., painter, s.s. Char- 
lotte b. Linn and Baymiller 
Denker Fred., cab. mkr., wks. 89 W. 2d 
Denker Fred., tailor. 39 Man.sfield 
Denker Geo., cab. mlir., 62 Ham. Road 
Denker Hy., dray., 489 Walnut 
Denkinge. Franz, shoemkr., 13 E. Lib- 
erty 
Denneal Thomas, cutter, 33 E. 3d, res. 

Newport 
Dennedy Dominick, moulder, wks. s.w. 

c. Elm and Pearl 
Dennedy James, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Dennt-dy Patrick, finisher, wks. s.w.c* 

Elm and Pearl 
Dennem Ernst, butcher. Deer Creek Val- 
ley 
Denner Hy., lab., 109 Ham. Road 
Denning Mary, cook, at 1.58 W. 4th 

Dennis . bds. 90 E. 2d 

Dennis Ann, rear 07 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Dennis Christopher, hostler, wks. Buss- 
all & Thomson's 
Dennis Joseph, cooper, wks. 8th and 

Culvert, h. 28 Lock 
Dennis Lewis, book dealer, 375 W. 5th 



Dennis Louis, teacher, h. 376 W. .5th 
Dennis Michael, moulder, bds. 106 Hunt 
Dennis Michael, potter, wks. Brighton 

Pottery 
Dennis Molloy, lab., 632 W. 6th 
Dennis & Mul'ane (Warden B. D. Sc 
Andrew J. M.) real estate agts., 146 
Plume. 4th 
Dennis Ohed F., plasterer. 209 W. 4th 
Dennis Warden B., city crier, s.e.c. 4 th 

and Plum 
Dennisberger Anthony, 613 W. 8th 
Dennison ^— , widow, 205 Linn 

Dennison , 37 Linn 

Dennison Kdward. lab., 18 Hannibal 
DENNISON Erasmus (D. & Sen) Den- 
nison House 
Dennison Gen , carp.. 81 Clinton 

DENNISON HOUSE. 
(Dennison & Son, Proprietors, 
s.s. 5tli b. Main and Sycamore 
Dennison Luther, stencil cutter, bds. 215 
W. 7th 

DENNISON & SON (Wm. & Era.s- 
mus D.) Props. Dennison House, 
s.s. ^th h. Main and Sycamore 
DENNISON Wm.(D. &Son) Dennison 

House 
Denny James, salesman, 4 and 5 Com- 
mercial Row 
Denny Thomas, lab., 2(18 W. 7th 
Denser Fidel, bk. mkr., 195 Carr 
Densgle Michael, cooper, 411 Sycamore 
Denimon Michael, mach.. h. s.s. York b. 

Johu and Linn 
Denterlein Lorenz, lab., 8 Miami 
Denton H., tailor, n.w.c. Clinton and 

John 
Dentrop Hy., cooper, 694 Race 
Denvir Jaines, cooper, 129 W.3d 
Denzelman Fred., elk., 54 Ham. Road 
Denzelman Harman, dry goods, 54 Ham. 

Road 
Denzer Fidel, bk. mkr., 195 Carr 
Denzh John, c irp., 128 Mohawk 
Depenbrok Fred., blksmith, wks. 702 

Vine 
Depeno Antony, plasterer, Wright al. b. 

Hamburg and Vernon 
Depew Robert H., mach., 36 Stone 
De Pinal Johii, elk., 47 Laurel 
De Pinel Wm., cab. mkr., wks. 229 W. 

5th 
Depkar Hy., lab., 434 W. 3d 
Depke Wm , cooper, 9 Orchard 
Depmerine Fred., lab., 138 Bremen 
Depode Eaton, porter, 483 Walnut 
Depold John, trunk mkr., 63 Richmond 
Depper Hy., chair mkr., 407 Elm 
Deppe Hy, cigar mkr.,h. 12 i Clark 
Deppe John, moulder, wks. Globe foun- 
dry 
Deppermann Edward, jeweler, 520 Race 
Deppermann Herman, elk., " Volksfre- 

und." h. 138 Bremen 
Deppri Theodore, bk. mason, 105 Ham. 

ROMd 

Deppy Hy., ciirar mkr. 128 Clark 

De Raiy Peter H., confec. and cof. h., 

184 W. 7th 
Derbauer Chas., lab., 12 Mercer 
Derbon Joseph, cooper, wks s.s. Dayton 

b. Freeman and Western av 
Derby James, lab., 2 E. 7th 
Dercke Wm., porter, 53 Hushes 
Derecamp Geo., wks. 273 W. 3d 
Dereme lly., mach., bds. Front b. Vine 

ard Walnut 
Deremo John, boots and shoes, 10C9 Cen- 
tral av 
Derfus Geo.,brk. laver, 227 Everett 
Dertus John, lab., 48 ILirn. Road 
Derfus John R., cigar mkr., 87 Ham. 

Road 
Derick Anthony, butcher, 6th st. mkt 
Dering Christopher, 52 Dudley 
Deringer Mrs. E., meat store. 604 E. 

Front 
Deringher Micah, cooper, 796 Central av 
Derinskampf Bernard, oab. mkr., 65 

Woodward 
Derk Wm., 1010 Central av 
Derhes Joseph, bar k., 105 Abigail 
Derkhus Barney, painter, 91 Dudley 
Darling John, ilray., e.s. Culvert b. 5th 

and 6th 



Dermady Wm., porter. Burnet House 
Dermeller Joseph, carp . 2r2 Clark 
Dermody Philip, lab., 611 AV.Sth 
Dern Geo., printer, 15 George 
Derukarap Geo., lab., Longworthb. Stone 

and Hoadly 
DeRoderJ.H cab. mkr., wks 41 Park 
Derokes Joseph H., eng., 824 W. Front 
Derol H., carp., wks Hunte. Broadway 
Deroy Cornelius, porter, 81 Spring 
Derr Mary, tailortss, 596 W. 6th 
Derr S. A., salesman, 42 Vine, h. 115 

W. 3d 
Derr Wm , elk., bds. 145 W. 3d 
Derrev John, lab.. Grant nr- Leatherbury 

Road 
Derrick Thomas, lab., bds. 97 E. 8th 
DerriU John, teamster, 167 Clinton 
Derring Chas.. varnisher 522 Walnut 
Derring Thomas. 176 Webb 
Derritt'john, lab , bds. 492 W. Front 
Deruck Casper, lab., 12 Whiteman 
De Ituiter John, (Wm. L. Halderman & 

Co ) 13 Mulberry 
De Ruyter C, type dresser, wks. Cin. 

Tvpe Foundry 
Dervio John, lab., 960 E. Front 

DK SAX PLACIDE S.. Tell City Di- 
ning Saloon. 80 and 82 Walnut, 
h. 57 VV. Front 

Descalso Andrew (D. Ginochio & Co.), 
bds. 28 E. 5th 

Descuhey R., moulder, wks. s.w.c. 7th 
and Smith 

Desenbrock Fred., chair mkr., 304 Long- 
worth 

Deshaus Anna, seamstress. 932 Central 
ar 

Desilver D., salesman, 253 Main, h. 227 
Laurel 

Desilver Francis, elk.. 227 Laurel 

Desmond Anna, servt . Burnet House 

Desmond C, hostler. 39 E 7th 

Desmond John J., china, glass Sc queens- 
ware, 3:i0 and 332 Central av 

Desmond Michael, eng., 830 Central av, 
h. s.s. York b. John and Linn 

Dessar David, teacher, 172 Longworth 

Dessar Lewis, b.k., 74 W. Pearl, h. 172 
Longworth 

Dessauer Aaron W., exchange o£Bce,211 
W. Court 

Dessauer David, watch mkr., n.e.c- 3d 
and Sycamore, h. II Court 

Destel Kohn, cof. h., 54 Elder 

Des:rae Coas , mach.. Observatory b. Hill 
and Hatch 

Detch Geo., cedtrware manufac, 217|: 
W. 5th, h. 333 W. 8th 

Detoh B.. terra cotia mkr., s.w.c. John 
and Belts 

Detchen Hy. D.. cab. mkr.. 295 Elm 

Detenbrock Gerard, teamster, 9 Pendle- 
ton 

Determann A., shoemkr., 48 Vine 

Determann Franz H., pipeman, 7 En- 
gine House 

Determann Hy.. lab., 19 Webster 

Deters Frank, grocer, 50 Race, h. s.e.c. 
Elm and Water 

Deters H. A. shoemkr., Landing b. 
Broidway and Ludlow 

Deters H. C, mer. tailor, 298 W. 5th 

Deters Hy., shoemkr., 244 Main 

Deters J II , elk., 128 Sycamore, h. 587 
Rice 

DETERS JOHN H., 
Boot and Shoe Store 
53 W. 4th, h. 580 W. 8th 
Deters Theodore, carp., bds., 70 Syca- 
more 
Detes Ferdinand, cigar mkr. 24 Mansfield 
Dethara Conrad, lab., s.e.c. Harrison av. 

and Riddle 
Detling Geo., billiard tablemkr., 17 Ham. 

Road 
Uetling John, stone cutter, 172 Baymil- 
ler 
Detraaring Herman, lab.. 58 Abigail 
Detmerinu Apollonii, 149 Bremen 
Detring Wm., carp., wks. 69 W. 2d 
Detstell Michael, lab., bds. n.s. Front b. 

Foster and Corporation Line 
Dettelbach S. M , elk., 60 Main, h. 367 

W. 9th 
Detteman Hy., 497 Rice 



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Dettenbeck Joseph, mach., 25 Observa- 
tory Road 
Detterrtt Hy., tailor, wks. Court House 

BIdg. 
Detterman Joseph, shoemkr , 48 Vine 
Deltick liewis, moulder, 8U8 W. Front 
Dettlinger George, carp., 17 Ilainilton 

Road 
Dettmer Hy., 378 Broadway 
Dettmer B., mer. tailor. Id Broadway, h. 

148 K. 5th 
DETTMER Benj., (Cohorst & D.) 148 

E. 5th 
Dettmer Fred., ci^ar mkr., 40 Findlay 
Dettscke Ferdin.md, butcher, G48 Vine 
Detwiler A. B., jewelers agency, 56E.3d 
bds. Bevis House 

DETZEL MIClI.iEL, 
Coffee House, 
30 E. Front 
DeuCane Ada. 4'(i W. 5th 
Deuuhle Michael, cooper, 411 Sycamore 
Deufel John, stone finisher, 7tJ'J Central 

av. 
Deuteineyer, Fred., blksmith, 416 Syca- 
more 
Devalt Martin, box mkr., wks. 507 Tlura 
Devan John, lab., s.w.c. 6th and Pier- 

Devanny Jas., blksmith. Court b. Elm 

and Plum, wlis. 57 Race 
Devanny Michael, lab., l:<2 W. Front 
Devanny Owen, lab., 41 W. Water 
Develin Michael, tailor, bds rear 177 Wa- 
ter 
Develin Wm. H., elk., 241 Vine 
Deveney Jas., grocery, n.w.c. Barr and 

Cutter 
Deveney James, tailor, h. n.w.c. Cutter 
and Barr 

DEVENNY LAFAYETTE, General 
Freight Agent Pittsburg, Colum- 
bus and Cincinnati R R, via. Steu- 
benville, 7 E. 3d, lids, s.e.c. Cth & 
Rice 

Deveraux Lawrence, blksmith, wks. 179 
Race, res. Newport 

Devess James, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 
Front 

Devin Wm. D., grocer, n.w.c. Walnut 
and River, res. North Bend 

Devine Edward, ?rocer, 4:i5 W" 3d 

Devino James A., keg mkr., wks. Har- 
rison Hill & Go's 

Devine John, c.irriage blksmith, n.s. Gth 
above Bium 

Devine VVm., 1 ib., lids. 227 W. Gth 

Devine Wm. H., cooper, 453 W. bth 

Devihney Bridget, 48 \V. Water 

Devit Martin, lab., liO W. Water 

Devitt Catharine, b h., 186 Race 

Devitt Peter, ]8o Race 

Devlin M iry, cook, Jones' House 

Devliu Patrick, shoeiukr., 67 W. Court 
w. of Central av. 

DeVos Peter, wks. 53 E. 2d, res. New- 
port 

Devot John, boatman 84 W. Front 

Devote Andrew, (H. G. Grill &. Co.) s.w. 
c. 5th and Central av. 

Devoto A., confec. and fruit dealer, 6 W. 
5th, h. 70 Vfii Hh 

Devoto John, confec, 2 W. 5th 

DeVoto John, 172 Broadway 

Devon Harriet, saddletree canvasser, 133 
Carr 

Devou James A , Secretary Queen City 
Ins. Co., 64 W. 3d, h. 528 W. 9th 

DEVOU W. P. & ROCKWOOD, (VVm. 
P. D. & Chas. A. R.) Silks, Millin 
ery and Fancy Goods, 83 and 85 W 
Pearl 
DEVOU William P.. (W. P. D. & Rock- 
wood.) h. n.e.c. 9th and Race 
Devuie Edward, fireman, wks. Gas Wks. 
Dewald Chas., foreman at VV.R. Duiilap 

&. Go's, res. Newport 
Dewald George, elk., 141) Main 
Dewahl Jacob, salesman, 99 York 

DEWALD MICHAKL, 
Salesman, 
n.e.c. York and Baymiller 
Dewart Philip, .532 Sycamore 
Dewein Cmist, pressman, 32 W. 6th, h. 

490 Race 
Dewein Fred., lab., wks. 669 Elm 



Dewein John N., grocer, 537 E. Front 
Dewellins Bemhard, cheese dealer, 484 

W. Gth 
Dewey H. S., salesman, 101 W. 4th, bds. 

liill Longworth 

DEWEY J. E., 
Ambrotvpe Gallery, 
112 W. 5th 
Dewinican C, 647 W. Front 
Dewire Edward, dray, 32 Lock 
Dewire John, lab., Canal b. Gth and 8lh 
Dewire John, lab., junction of Front and 

Gth 
Dewire John, lab., bds. 585 W. Cth 
Dewire .John, shoemkr., PaviUion nr. 

Observatory 
Dewire Lawrence, lab., Fremont below 

Harrison 
Dewiro Timothy, fireman, wks. Gas Wks 
Dewire Wm., mach., wks. Gas Works 
DeWireC, 16 Longworth's Bldg., s.s. 

Gth e. of Broadway 
DeWitt Danl., app., s.w.c. Cth and Syca- 
more 
DeWittG. V. H., 116 E. 4th 
Dewitt II. M., painter, wks. s.w.c. Front 

and John 
Dewitt John, 261 W. Cth 
Dewyer John, dray, 25 State 
Dowyer Michael, lab., n.s. Gth b. Baum 

and Lock 
Dewyer Patrick, lab., 16 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Dewyer Sarah, cook, 1G2 Elm 
Dexter Chas., (KJmuud D. & Sons,) 94 

E. 4th 
Dexter Edmund, (Edmund D. &. Sons) 

c. 4th and Broadway 
Dexter Edmund & Sons, (Ed. D., Chas. 

D. & Kd. D., jr.,1 liquors, etc., 49 

and 51 Sycamore 
Dexter Edmund, jr., (Edmund D. & 

Sons,) c 4th and Broadway 
Dexter Julius, elk., 49 and 51 Sycamore, 

h. c. 4th and Broadway 
DEXTER H., (Carson & H.) 507 Free- 
man 
Deyer Chas., mach., 298 W. Front 
Deyer John, cof. and b.h.. 27 Mercer 
Deyer Thomas, bils. 1 1 River 
DeYouag Mrs., 201) Walnut 
Dezas l has., coppersmith, 42 Public 

Landiog, h. 505 Vine 
Dial Edward, lab., Beckett al. b. Clark & 

Court 
Dial Frank A., b.k., n e.c. Front and 

Vv'alnut, bds. .31 W. 9th 
Dial Mirv, seamstress. 45 Rittenhouse 

DIAL 'office, 
M. 0. Conway, Editor, 
70 W. :)d 
Diamond Edvvar.l. varnisher, 420 W. 4th 
Diamond John, elk., 97 W. Court, w. of 

Central av. 
Diamond John, wks. 168 Vine, h. Kos- 
suth b. Court and Clark 
Diamond John, lab., wks. Lane & Bod 

ley's 
Diamond Mary, laundress, 97 W. Court 

w. of Central av. 
Dias Wm., sawyer, wks. Meader & Co's 
Dibler Clias., bar k., 80 W. Court 
Dibble Ann, 9S 14th 
Dich Peter, tailor, 527 Plum 
Dick Albert, bk. layer, 15 E. Liberty 
Dick Geo. A., cigar mkr., 630 Vine 
Dick Hy., lab., 62 Abigail 
Dick J. H., elk.. County Clerk's Office 
Dick Jacob, bar k., 76^ W. 4th, h. JIB 

W. 5th 
Dick Jacob, carp., 83 Baymiller 
Dick Louis, eng., bds- c. Smith and Au- 
gusta, wks. Cab. Makers Union 
Dick Martin, butcher, Harrison Pike b. 

Brighton House and Riddle street 
Dick Wm., cab. mkr., 11 Franklin 
Dick Wm. A., watchman, h. 426 Broad- 
way 
Dickaner August, lab., 11 Hannibal 
Dickens James, carp., n.w.c. Baymiller 

and York 
Dicker Philip, cigar mkr., bds. 439 Vine 
Dicker Wm., lab., 20 Mansfield 
Dlokescheid & Schuchardt, (W. D. & 
II. S ) barbers, 7 VV. 6th [Gth 

Dickescheid \V. (D. & Schuchardt,) 7 W. 



Dickey J., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry- 
Dickey James, teamster, 54 Water 
Dickey James, teamster, 72 W. Water 
Dickey J.nmes J., poiter, 196 Main, h. 

459 Sycamore 
Dickhaus Fred., cof. h., 432 Sycamore 
DiclihaHs Fred,, cutter, 118 Abigail 
Dickholl' August, finisher, 89 12th 
Dickinson A. W., conductor, 0. '& M. 

R-R. Ixis. Burnet House 

DICKINSON DARIUS L., 
Commission Merchant, 11 & 13W. 
Front, res. Lockland 
DICKINSON, PRICE & BISHOP, 
(Wm. S D., John Z. P. & John 
W. B.) Wholes.ale Hats. Caps and 
Straw Goods, 82 W. Pearl 
DICKINSON William S., (D., Price & 

Bishop,) 374 W. 7th 
Dickson VVm.. barber, Commerca b. Elm 

and Plum 
Dickman Antonio, moulder, 69 Elm 
Dickman Ernst. W.. lab., n.s. Front b. 

Foster and Lombard 
Dickman Frank, box mkr., 162 E. 5th 
Dickman Garrett, salesman, n.w.c. 2d 

and Plum 
Dickman Hy., earthenware mkr, wka. 

94 Hunt 
Dickman J. B., stove dealer, 75 W. Court 
Dickman J. II., porter, 145 Walnut 
Dickman John, elk., 3C4 Main, h. 627 

Race 
Dickman John K.. moulder, 69 Elm 
Dickman Martin, grocery, n.w.c. 2d and 

Plum 
Dickman Frank 11., varnisher, 351 Broad- 
way 
DickmannFred., lab., 25 Buckeye 
Dickmann Gerard, porterer, 104 Abigail 
Dickmann Ilenrick, express driver, bds. 

Railroad House 
Dickmann Hy., lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Dickmann Herman, tailor, c. Sycamore 

and Milton 
Dickmann Louis, proprietor Railroad 

House, 578 W. Gth 
Dickmann JIatheas, lab., 141 Abigail 
Dickmeyer Chas., porter. Gait House 
Dickmeyer 11. P. vault digger, 7 Jeffer- 
son 
Dickoff , finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Dickruger Hy., tailor, Shlack b. Young 

and Price 
Dicks H. J., elk. 15 E. Pearl, res. Wal- 
nut Hills 
Dicks Wm., carp., 42 Barr 
Dickscheid J., shoemkr., 313 Main 

Dickson , bds. 191 Longworth 

Dickson C. P., elk., 43 E. 3d, bds. 60 

McFarland 
Dickson George W., boatman, Fulton nr. 

French 
Dickson J. H.,bk. binder, Meth. Book 

Concern, h. n.s. 5th b. Park and 

Stone 
Dickinson James, lab., Ormsby al. b. 2d 

and Gas al. 
Dickson John, 34 E.4th 
DICKSON John, (Gasten, D. & Co.) 165 

Race 
Dickson Mary, laundress, 8th b. Culvert 

and Canal 
Dickson Samuel, painter, 191 W. 4th 
Dickson Wm. B., 48 Mound 
Dickson Wm., salesman, 104 Walnut, 

bds. 337 Main 

DICKSON WM. M., Atty. at Law, 
G E. 3d, Chase's Bldg., h. 321 
Longworth 
Dieath Mdlle., recluse. Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
Diebold Antonio, pattern mkr., 503 W. 
4th 

DIKBOLD, BAHMANN & CO., Safe 
Manufacturers, (Charles D., Fred, 
B.,E. Ileibershausen. & J. Kien- 
zle,) s.w.c. Elm and Front 
DIEBOLD Charles, (D. Bahmann & Co.) 

267 W. 2d 
Diebold Lewis, lab., 69 Liberty 
Diebold Ludwig, safe mkr., 69 Liberty 
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Dieck Mary A., 3G5 Central av. 
Dieckhaus Henry, porter, 105 W. 2d 
Dieckinan Charles, cooper, OU W. Court, 

b. Waluut and Vine 
Dieckman Ferdinand, builder of cast iron 

monuments, statues, &c.. n.s. liar 

rison Pike, nr. Bris^hton House 
Dieckman Henry, chairmkr., wks. s.w.c. 

Augusta and Smith 
Dieckman Wm , sawyer, Fulton, b. Lewis 

and Green's al. 
Dieckmann Anthony, carp., 168 W. Lib- 
erty 
Dieckmann Beman, grocer, s e.c. Linn 

and Clark 
Dieckmann F. H., varnisher, res. 351 

Broadway 
Dieckmann Henry, (D. & Steins) h. 158 

Pleasant 
Dieckmann Heimann, elk., bds. n.e.c. 

.Tohn and Clinton 
Dieckmann .Joseph, moulder. 31 Elder 
Dieckmann & Steins, (Henry D. & Prank 

S.) undertakers, 027 Eace 
Dieckmann Stephan, lab., 15 Mary 
Dieckmann Wm., s.w.c. Waluut and 

Allison 
Dieckmann Wm., cab. mkr., 146 Bremen 
Diederich Peter, drav, 91 Martin 
Diedriech Francis, peddler, bds. 606 Tine 
Diedriech Herman, carriage mkr., 589 

Walnut 
Dicfetiback Frederick, tinner, bds. 353 

W. 5th 
Diegler Valentine, boiler mkr., bds. 107 

E.2d 
Diegrick Nicholas, sawyer, 91 E. Sth, 

res. 548 Race 
Diehl Mrs. A., 67 Wood 
Dieh! N. H., salesman, 101 W. 4th, bds. 

Iii2 Elm 
Diehl Catharine, servt., 444 Walnut 
Diehl Christian, dray, h. c. Henry and 

Pleasant 
Diehl Edward, lab., Beckett al. b. Clark 

and Court 
Diehl Elizabeth, seamstress, 44 Lock 
Diehl Giistave, 94^ Central av. 

DIEHL HARRISON P., Pyrotechnist, 
Mount Adams, h. Celestial, near 
Reservoir 
DIEHL JACOB, 
Agent Cab Makers' Union, 
res. 444 Walnut 
Diehl Jacob, carp., 306 W. Liberty 
Diehl Jacob, jr., law student, 444 Walnut 
Diehl John, cof. h., 2S Elder 
Diehl John, tailor, 107 York 
Diehl & Kesselring, (Gustav. D. & Mar- 
tin K.) tanners, 946 Central av 
Diehl Nicholas, lime burner 761 Vine 
Diehl Rhoda, 337 Ham. Road 
Diehm Michael, cab. mkr., )1 Franklin 
Diehn F. carp., 17 Wade, b. Linn and 

Baymiller 
Dicker Frederick, tanner, 156 E. Sth 
Diekman Frank, box mkr., wks. c. Sth 

and Miami Canal 
Diekmann Frederick. 501 Walnut 

DIEKMANN GERHARD, 
Leather Dealer, 349 Main, 
h. 448 Walnut 
Diekmann Henry, porter, s.e.c. Main 

and 2d. h. 14 Peete 
Diekmunn Josephine, 448 Walnut 
Diekmann Wm., 501 Walnut 
Diekruger Henry, tailor. 5i^2 Main 
Diem Jacob, huckster, Mohawk, b. Ham- 
burg and Vernon 
Diepi Christian, lab., 15 Abigail 
Dier George, salesman. 14 Ulercer 
Dier James, mach.. bds. 241 W. Cth 

Dierche , 486 Walnut 

Dierkeu Bernard, lab., 22 Woodward 
Dierker August, shoe mkr.. CO E. Sth 
DIerker Richard, moulder, 290 W. Front 
Dierker Wm. H., porter, 30 Walnut, h. 

Hughes, b. Liberty and Mulberry 
Dierkers Elizabeth. 97 Milton 
Dierkers Frederick W., dray, 33 Web- 
ster 
Dierkers Henry, tailor, 96 Hunt 
Dierkers Herman, lab., 277 Broadway 
Dierkes Bernard, collar mkr., 15 Com- 
merce 
Dierkes Catharine, 19 Mulberry 



Dierks Bernard, cooper, 71 Spring 
Dierksenn Henry, carp .HI Spring 
Dierliug J., barber, 110 Central av. 
Dierring Adolph, bds. Frey's Hotel 
Diers Freilerick, tailor, 1 14 Clinton 
Diers H F., wks. s.w.c. 2d and John 
Dies Louis, cab. mkr., 20 Webster 
Dieschborg Peter, cigar mkr., wks. 1S3 

Main, h. Newport 
Diesenburry Rudolph, e.s. Culvert, b. 

Sth and Cth 
Dieskill Thomas, boiler mkr., wks. 56 

Pike 
Diet Joshua, elk., 205 Hopkins 
Dieterle & Fricke, (John D. & Arnold 

F.) Park Brewery, s.e.c. Race and 

13th 
Dieferle John. (D. & Frickel 98 13th 
Dietermann, Henry, lab., 99 BiicKeye 
Dietimeier Adam, roaster, wks. 131 Race 
Deitnian Charles, boatman, bds. 32 E. 

Front 
DIETRICH Chas. W., (Ferguson, Mc- 

Ginnis & D.) Glendale 
Dietrich Herman (Jacob & D.) Walnut, 

b. Libei-ty and Ham. Road 
Dietrich Jacob, cutter, S8 W. Pearl 
Dietrich Michael, elk.. 555 Sycamore 
Dietrichs C wks. E. & D. Kinsey's 
Dietrle Andrew, cof. h., 919 Central av. 
Dieterich M., b. k., 382 Main, h. 555 

S.vc.-imore 
Dietterley Frederick, finisher, wks. W. 

R. DuriUip & Co. 
Diettman Alex., finisher, bds. Congress 

Exchange 
Dietz Christian, stocking weaver, bds. 27 

Mt-rcer 
Dietz F. H., porter, 57 E. 2d, h. 160 

Bremen 
Dietz John, stocking weaver, bds. 27 

Mercer 
Dieurlin George, finisher, wks. s.w. c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Diew J. S., printer, 15 W. 4th 
Diflley Daniel, lab., 337 Race 
Diflley James, plasterer, 52 Rittenhouse 
Diflley James, lab., ICl^Cutter 
Difie John, varnisher, 769 Centra! av. 
DigEi-enhart Gustavus, cab. mkr., wks. 

"196 W. Pearl 
Digman Christopher, tea store, 167 W. 

Court 
Digman John, lab., wks. Cin. Gas Light 

and Coke Co., 269 Vine 
Digman Patrick, porter, U. S. Hotel, c. 

6th and Waluut [way 

Di'iman M , lab., wks. Hunt e. Broad- 
Dignau Jeremiah, 20 Pierson 
Dignan John, steward Walnut St. House 
Dignean Peter, moulder, wks. Hunt, e. 

Broadway 
Dignen John M., carp., 445 W. 3d 
Dignote Jerome, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Dildine Geo., painter, rear 14 Richmond 
Dilenger Geo., carp., n.w.c. Johu and 

Laurel 
Dilg Adam, 441 Walnut 
Dilg Peter, cof. h., 478 Vine 
Dilg Wm., bar k., 478 Vine 
Dilges Joseph, Grandin al.. b. Elm and 

Plum, Court and Canal 
Dilker Mary, shoebinder, 2 ,8 Broadway 
Dill , upholsterer, bds. 106 E. Front 

DILL JOSEPH S., 
Bank Exchange Saloon, 
15 W. 3d 
Dillan Philip, Sth, b. Sycamore and 

Broadway 
Dillan Thomas, lab.. Maiden Lane, b. 

Gas al. and Mill 
Dillan Thos., lah., 284 John 
Dille Salathiel. can^., 278 John 
Dilley Henry, bds. ruw.c. Pike and Front 
Dilley S. carp., wks. Lane & Bodley's 
Dilloff Ann M., 82 Hunt 
Dillon Amelia, 128 Walnut 
Dillon Catharine, 311 John 
Dillon Catharine, widow, 210 Findlay 
Dillon Garrett, lab., bds. 05 E. Sth 
Dillon James, brklayer, 166 Carr 
Dillon Jane, widow, 210 Findlay 
Dillon Maria, 47 E. 4th 
Dillon Thomas, coke screener, wks. Gas 

Works 



Dillon Thomas J., heater, wks. 413 W. 
Front, res. Covington 

DILLS W R., Commission Merchant 
and Dealer in Grain and Feed, 
s.w.c. Vine and W. Canal, h. 645 
Elm 
Dilnev Joseph, b. k., 371 W. Sth 
I ViMICK ADA, 
I I Physician, 
-^ n.e.c. 0th and Race 

Dimick George W.. horse trainer, c. Har- 
riet and W. W. Canal 
Dimler John, lab.. 97 Buckeye 
Dinan Ann, laundress, n.s. Cth above 

Baum 
Dinck Frank, cof. h., 33 E. 3d, e. of 

Lock 
Dinehower George, bkbinder, 137 Wal- 
nut 
Dingelstedt Charles, shoemkr. .573 Main 
Dini;elsteilt Henry, shoemkr, 573 Main 
Dinger Joseph, carp., 138 Dayton 
Dingess J. A., agent. 421 Central av. 
Dingfelder John, lab., Fulton 
Dinghausen Frederick, organ mkr., 16 

Milton 
Dingier Adam. dray. 67 Liberty 
Dinglesteiid Otto, shoemkr. 92 w. 4th, 

bris. s.w.c. Main and Allison 
DinU Henery, hostler. 13 Lndge 
Dinkel Henry, bark., bds. Ludlow House 
Diukelacher C. & F., (Charles D. & 

Fred. D.) meat store. 139 w. Sth 
Dinkelacher Charles, (C. & F. D.) 742 

w. Front 
Dinkelacher Fred. (C. & F. D.) 742 w. 

Front 
Dinkelacher Henry, meat dealer, 742 w. 

Front 
Dinkelman Henry, shoemkr., 32 Ritten- 
house 
Dinkle Catharine, wid., 42 w. Front 
Dinkle Stephen, driver, 15 Poplar 
Dinky Philip, lab.. Mitchel b Observato- 
ry Road and Celestial 
Dinn Peter, wks. c Plum and Wade 
DinnoW John, porter, Broadway Ex- 
change 
Dinsdale Owen. wks. 179 w. Canal, h 

Sycamore Hill 
Dinsdale Thomas, carp., Dorsey and 

Sycamore 
Diusmore Saml., mach., wks.. s.w.c. 

Front and John 
Dipold John. box mkr. 63 Richmond 
Dipper Agnes, servt,, 3.i8 w. 7th 
Dipper F., plasterer, 647 w. Front 
Dipper Henry, trunk mkr. wks. c. Sth 

and Miami canal 
Dipper Theodore, trunk mkr., wits. c. 

Sth and Miami Canal 
Dipple John, painter, 53 Gest 
Dippy John, finisher, 21 Observatory 

road 
Dirbra Nicholas, trunk mkr., wks. 507 

Plum 
Dirkes H-, cutter 71 Walnut, h 69 Hunt 
Dirks Georce, lab., wks 20 Spring 
Discher Diderick, wks. 109 Court, h 22 

Milton 
Dischmeer Kodolph, cab. mkr., 629 Vine 
Disder Frederick, barber, 316 Main 
Diserens A. D., silversmith, h 71 Clinton 
Diserens B., mach., wks. 30 Butler 
Diserens Euiene. mach.. bd-^. 29 W. Sth 

DISERENS FRKDERICK, 
Proprietor Wm Tell Saloon and 
Restaurant, 29 W Sth 
Diserens Frederick, Jr., elk. 24 W. Sth, 

bds. 29 W. Sth 
Diserens H.,~1 Clinton 
Dish D:miel, butcher, 278 W. Liberty 
Diskin Peter, lab. 38 Butler 
Disney Mrs David T. 298 W. 7th w of 

Central a v. 
Disney Wm., .atty . 6 E. 3d, h 998 7th 
Disney T. Bishop. elk. for the McMicken 

University, 141 Main, h 357 W 9th 
Disque John, lab., wks. Globe Foundry 
Diss Louis, cab. mkr., h 20 Webster 
Distelrath H., butcher, wks. n s. Wade b 

Linn and Baymiller 
Ditchen John, finisher, 293 Elm 
Ditcher Philip, blank book ruler, wks. 25 

W. 4th, bds 259 Richmond [nut 

Ditman Alexander, mach., bds. 335 Wal- 



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Ditmars Isaac V., cutter, 110 Richmond 
Dittmau Charles, bils 42 E. Front 
Divine J. , blksmith s.w.c. Cth and Syca- 
more 
Dix Charles, en?. 25 Franklin 
Dix L , bds. lUilroad Hotel 
Dixon A.,I'JO Sverett 
Dixon Alice, 13-.; Central av. 
Dixon Charles, eng '2.) Franklin 
Dixon Geo., druggist, 2^2 W. tjth 
Dixon George H., produce dealei', CO 
McFarland 

DIXON GKO. M. 
Druggist, n e.c. 5th and Main, h 
1«7 Broad svav 
DIXON Geo. R., (Q. R. D. &. Co.) 156 
W. 9t1 

DIXON GEO K. & CO. 
(Geo. R. D. and Isaac W. Parker) 
Oliio Mustard and Spice Mills, 2-13 
V45 and 247 Sycamore 
Dixon Humphrey, boatman, 20 Union 
Dixon Isaac, grocer, bds. :102 W. otii 
Dixon John, lab., w.s. Ohio av. s. of 

Calhoun 
Dixon Josrph. bkbinder, 466 W. 5th 
Dixon Lloyd, cooper, 104 Western av. 
Dixon Noah, auction and com. mer 21 

W. 5th, h n.e-c. Sycamore and 4tli 
Doane Daniel, ship carp., 1270 K. Front 
Dobb G. W., salesman, 101 W. 4th, bds. 

.53 W. Otli 
Dohbeling J. T., elk. 562 Freeman 

DOBBELING JOHN P. 
Stone Yard 4:^4 Plum, 
1) . 562 Freeman 

Dobbins Thomas, tin shop, 401 Central 
av. 

Dobbs George, elk., bds. 53 W.Oth 

Dobell E. B., furniture warehouse, 116, 
1118 and 1 10 E. Pearl, e of Broadway, 
h 1457 E. Front 

Dobell Mary A., 1459 E. Front 

Dobell W. T., tea dealer, 335 Central av. 

Doberer 29 Moore 

Dobker Elizabeth, vest mkr. 91 Wood- 
ward 

DOBMEYER Joseph J., (Egly & D.) 45 
Jackson 

Dobson Frank, carp. 87 Longworth 

Dobson John, finisher, w.s. Oth above 
Baum 

Dockey William, 606 Freeman 

Dodaldel John, cooper, Charlotte b Bay- 
miller and Linn 

Dodd Edward, tailor, 37 Baum 

DODD Edward S., (Wm. D^dd & Co.) 
:!«6 W. 4th 

DODD Fdwin D., (D. & Huston) 103 
Longworth 

DODD 0.;o. S., (Wm. Dodd & Co.) 114 
W. 7th 

Dodd Horace, moulder, bds 17 Stone 

DODD & HUSTON. 
(E.lwin D. D. & Alex. B. H.) At- 
torneys, 14 E. 2d, up stairs 
Dodd Joseph, sawyer, bds. Fulton b 

French and Hazen 
Dodd Theodore, salesman, bds Walnut 

St. House 
DODD Wm. (Wm. D. & Co.) 360 W. 4th 

DODD WM. & CO. 
(Wm.,Geo. S. & Edward S.Dodd) 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
Hats, Caps and Furs, 144 Main 
DODDRIDGE C. E.. (Adams & D.)atty., 

bds. Dennison House 
Doddridge Philip, salesman 60 W. Pearl 
Dodds David, painter, lv;8 Baymiller 
Dodds John B., moulder, bds 214 W. 

Front 
Dodds Ralph, painter 128 Baymiller 
DODDS Wm. B., (W. B. D. &. Co.) 169 
Race 

DODDS WM. B &C0. 
(Wm. B. D. & Neal Macneal) Fire 
and Burglar Proof Safe Manufac- 
tory, s.w.c. Vine and 2d 
DODGE ISRAEL S. 
Physician, 313 Race 

Dodsre Sanford, horse dealer. 58 W. Cth 
Dodge Wm., shoemkr., 176 W. 9th 
Dodingel John, shoemkr. bds. 1402 E. 

Front 
Dodkote Chas., cab. mkr. wks. 277 Main 



Dodkote Frank, cab mkr. wks. 277 Main 
Dodson Chas. A., salesman, Gibson & 

Go's, h. Walnut Hills 
Dodson Kdmund, elk., n e.c. Cth and 

Walnut 
Dodson Sam, harness mkr., bds 208 W. 

5 th 
Dodson Samuel D., carriage painter,'208 

W. 5th 
Dodson Wm. B., b h. 77 George 
Dodson William Brown, 414 W. 5d 
DODS WORTH Marmadnke, Jr., (T. & 

M.D.)52 Lawrence 
Dodsworth Martin, salesman, 85 Main 

DODSU tJRTH T. & M., (Thomas D. 
& Marraaduke D., Jr.,) Coal Yard, 
s.e.c. Front and Lawrence 
DODSWORTH Thomas, (T. & M. D.) 

56 Lawrence 
Dodt Bernard H., wagon mkr., !03 Hunt, 

h 68 Spring 
Doebel Joseph, cooper, 109 Pleasant 
Doeber John, carriage mkr., wks. 711 

Vine 
Doegen W., butcher, 160 Everett 
Doeller A., calico printer, 15 14th b 

Plum and Central av 
Doenhage Philip, lab., wks. Globe Foun- 
dry 
Doepke J. 11., dry goods, 615 Central 

av. 
Doepke William, elk., s.w.c. 3d & Park 
Doer Jacob, 640 Vine 
Doering T. H., furniture manufac, 170 

Ham. Road, h 707 Vine 
Doerler John, tinner, 22-2 Broadway 
Doermann Henry, miller, 119 Clay 
Doermann Henry, dray., 161 Pleasant 
Doerr Charles, cutter, 34 W. Pearl, h 

387 Vine 
Doerrey Joseph, conductor street R.R., 

s.s. Longworth b. Stone and Hoad- 

ly 

Doerst Anthony, shoemkr., wks. 154 

Bremen 
Does Conrad, dray., 495 Walnut 
Doescher Albert, confec, 36 12th 
Doggett Alfred, moulder, wks, Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Dogherty Thomas, trader, 177 Cutter 
Dohenay Bridget, Longworth'sbldg., s.s. 

6th e. of Broadway 
Doharty Charles, elk., 145 Main 
Dohering Ann, laundress, n.w.c. Ellen 

and 3d 
Doherini Mary, servt., n.w.c. 3d and 

Ellen 
Doherty Bernard, eiig., 68 Cutter 
DOllERTY Charles C , (Chas. C. D. & 
Co.) bds. Walnut St. House 

DOHERTY CHAS. C. &. CO. 
(Charles C. D. & Danl. E. D.) 
Wholesale Millinery and Silks, 56 
W. Pearl 
Doherty Cornelius, lab., 657 Elm 
DOHERTY Danl. E., (Chas. C. Doherty 

feCo.) 420 George 
Doherty Edward, express driver, 17 Ac. 



D 



comuiodaiion 
OHERTY DR. GEO. A. 
Physician, 228 Broadway 



Doherty Hannah, wid. 654 Central av. 

Doherty John, rear 95 E. 5th 

Doherty James, elk., 35 Sycamore h. 41 

Elm 
Doherty John, carp., 66 Laurel 
Doherty John, mach., 460 W. 8lh 
Doherty Margaret, servt. 43U W. Oth 
Doherty Michael, dray., Bedinger b. 

Broadway and Canal 
Doherty Michael, lab., wks. 79 E. Front 
Doherty Wm.. bk. binder, 26 George 
Dolime Ferdinand, bakers, 91 12th 
Dohn John, moulder, wks. Lane &. 

Bodley 's 
Doisy A. E., salesman, Winston <St John- 
ston, bds. 3u5 Race 
Doiay Adelbert, Secretary French Consu- 
late, 17 W. 3d.h Mt. Pleasant 
Doisey Louise, teacher, bds. 405 Race 
Dokes Jacob P., conductor Cin. St. R.R. 
148 Barr 

Dolan seamstress, bds 57 Broadway 

Dolan Bridget, laundress. 112 W. Pearl 
Dolan Bridget, 6th e. of Baum 



Dolan Catharine, servt. Burnet House 
Dolan Charles, lab., 6th e. of Baum 
Dolan George, lab , 6th e. of Baum 
Dolan John, carp.. Celestial st., Mt. 

Adams 
Dolan John, driver, w.s. Miami Canal t. 

5tli and 6th 
Dolan Julia, servt. Dennison House 
Dolan Mary, 53 E. 3d 
Dolan Patrick, cook, bds 185 E. 2d 
Dolan Patri:;k, lab., e.s 6th n . of Baum 
Dolan Patrick, lab., 2.53 Freeman 
Dolan Sarah, laundress, 1 Accommoda 

tion 
Dnlan Thomas, cigar mkr.. 274 John 
Dolan Thomas M., cigar mkr., h. 274 

Jolm 
Dolan William, mach., wks. at A. B. 

Holabird & Go's. 

DOLE E. P. 
Adams Express Co., bds. 227 W. 
5th 
DOLE Kben, (Chas. H. Waters &. Co.) 

245 Hopkins 
Dole F. M., elk. 4 Main, bds. 107 W. 5th 
Doley Joseph, 33 E. 8th, e. of Lock 
Doley Patrick, lab 35 E. 8th, e. of Lock 
Dolfuhouse Adolph, brk. mkr., 94 Dud- 
ley 
Dolhimer v., stone mason, 138 Everett 
Dolitz Joseph, lab., 305 Linn 
Dolky John, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and Mi- 
ami Canal 
Doll F., watch-case mkr., 386 Vine 
Doll George, cof. h., 58 Liberty 
Doll Henry, glove mkr., 553 Walnut 
Doll Herman, 5ti 13th 
Doll Jacob, cof. h.,n.e.c.Ham. Road and 

Locust 
Doll Peter, shoemkr., 5'3 Walnut 
Doll Randall, steward, 62 Butler 
Doll Robert, 544 Walnut 
Doll Samuel, cof. roaster, 406 Walnut 
Dollars Adam, cof. h., 32] Broadway 
DoUe James, foreman, 60 Hunt 
Doller Jacob, cnrp., 105 W. Liberty 
Djlley Catharine, 69 Woodward 
Dolley Ellen, 65 Plum 
Dolman Authon, cigar mkr., 115 Wood- 
ward 
Dolman Wm., varnisher, c. Sycamore 

and Milton 
Dolocue August, wks. 71 W. 6th 
Dolph Moses, show-case manuf. s.e.c. 4th 

and Walnut, h Walnut Hills 
Dolt Charles, finisher, bds. at Union 

H.juse 
Dolt Clemens, wagon mkr., 349 Broad- 
way 
Dolwtber Dietrich, 110 Hunt, 
Dom Charles, barber shop, 220 W. Front 
Domhoff John Henry, carp , 114 Belts 
Domitiick G , peddler, 59 Vine 
DOMINICK George, (Geo. Dominick & 
Bro.) 93 E. 4th 

DOMINICK GEORGE & BRO., (Geo. 
D. & Wm.H. Dominick,) ham cur- 
ers and dealers in provisions, 25 
and 27 Water 
Dominick John, chair mkr., 393 Race 
DOMINIl'K Wm. H., (Dominick Geo. & 

Bro..) 48 W.9th 
Domley Hy., shoe mkr., Walnut Hills 
Dommeyer Hy., dray., 55 HughesJ 

Don , widow, 249 Hopkins 

Donahan Thomas, finisher, 54 R. 7th 
Donahue Bernard, lab., 120 E. 3d, e. of 

Lock 
Donaliue E., bk. folder. 111 Main 
Donahue Frank, lab., 97 Clark 
Donahue J., gas-fitter, wUs. 58 & 60 

W. Court 
Donahue Jeremiah, porter, 34 W. Pearl 
Donalan James, porter, 73 W. 4lh, h. 369 

W. 7th 

DONALDSON ALEX., 
Machinist, s.w.c, John and Au- 
gusta, h 70 Avery 
Donaldson Andrew, 308 Main 
Donaldson C. W., wagon mkr., wks. 64 

W. Canal, h. 109 W. Court 
Donaldson Charles, s.w.c. Oth and Wal- 
nut 
Donaldson Francis, (Ryland, Hammett 

& Hatch,) res. Avondale 
Donaldson Wm., brk. layer, 109 Court 



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Donaldson W. H .lithographer, 119Wal- 

nut 
Donaldson Wm. M., lithographer, 2 Ba- 
ker, Newport 
Donally Annie, tailoress, b. 8th and 9th 

near Miami Canal 
Donally Thomas, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Donard Herman, cab. mkr., s.e.c. Long" 

worth and Huadly 
Donat Herman, cab. mkr., wks. n.e.c. 

Front nnd Smith 
Donavan Bartholomew, paver, 71 E. 8th 
Donavan Dennis, finisher, 14 E. Sth, e. 

of Lock 
Donavan M;iry, seamstress, 71 E. Sth 
Donavan Wm., dray, 46 Lock 
Dondan Ann, al.,b.4thaud 5th, and Cen- 
tral av. and John 
Dondan Peter, salesman, 43 Main 
Donaldson Thomas, baggage master, 0. 

M R.R.. 163 W. 5th 
Doney Ann, 198 Cutter 
Doney C. T., brk. layer, 100 Hopkins 
Doney Lnke, boatman, bds. n.w.c. Front 

and Walnut 
Donheen John, gold pen mkr., n.s. 6th 

b. Baum and Lock 
Donican P., lab., bds. 16 Avery 
Donigin MicheMl, lab., es. Anderson, b. 

Mill and Park 
Doniken Bernard, lab., w.s. Macalaster, 

b. 4th and Sth 
Donivan Kdward, finisher, wks. 86 Elm, 

res. Front and Central av 
Donkrak John, cooper, 511 Sycamore 
Donlan Catharine servant, 353 W. 3th 
Donlan John, driver, 62 Bremen 
Donlan John, driver, bds. at Pavilion 

Hotel 
Donlan James, lab., 369 W. 7th 
Donlan John, potter, s.w.c. Elm and 

Ham. Road 
Donley Henry, lab.,, wks. w. s. Wood,b. 

3d and 5th 
Donley M. M. moulder, wks. w.s. Wood, 

b. 3d and Sth 
Donley Micheal, huckster,Pleasant Court 

b. Race and Elm 
Donley Thomas, varnisher, Phobe, b. 

Plum and Central av 
Donna Ily., moulder, bds. 230 W. Front 
Donnahante Patrick, lab., 112 W. Pearl 
Donnahoe James, peddler, bds. 20 E.oth 
Donnahue Mary bds. 19 Longworth 
Donnahue Patrick, lab., al., b 4th and 

5th, and Central av and John 
Donnalberg Henry, porter, 31 Madison 
Donnalin Martin, lab., wks. 269 Vine 
Donnavan Rachael, Longworth below 

Stone 
Donnell Albert, barber, 130 3d [6th 

Donnell James, lab.. Culvert, b. 5th and 
Donnelley Kate, 235 Cutter 
Donnelly Augustine, printer, 99 Mound 
Donnelly C, cof. h. s.s. 6th, b. Broad- 
way and Culvert 
Donnelly James, al., b. 3th and Sth, and 

Central av. and John 
Donnelly James, plumber, wks. 45 E. 3d 
Donnelly John, b. k., 165 Baymiller 
Donnelly John. b. k., 830 Central av. h. 

n- s. York, b. John and Linn 
Donnelly John, lab.,h. 123 Betts 
Donnelly Martin, lab., 5(! Pike 
Donnelly Mary Ann, 299 W. 3d 
Donnelly Michael, cof. h. 105 W. 3d 
Donnelly Patrick, wks. 146 w. 3d 
Donnelly Patrick, elk., 146 Main, bds. 

Railroad Hotel 
Donnelly Patrick, hackman,52 Elizabeth 
Donnelly Thomas, wks. s.w.c. Augusta 

and Smith 
Donner Frederic, cooper, c. Wanner and 

Findlay 
Donnerberg Christ., cooper, Schiller, b. 

Main and Hughes 
Donnert Frederic, cooper. 309 Findlay 
Donnewald Christopher,butcher,94 Dud- 
ley 
DonniganWm., dray., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Donnohue Richard, silversmith, bds. s. 

w.c. Everett and Central av 
Donnohue Thomas, gas-fitter, wks. 162 

Main 



Donoghue Florence, dray., W. 6th, b. 

Harriet and Horn 
Donoslme Martin, lab., s.w.c. 6th and 

Pierson 
Donoghue John, dealer in coal oil, 106 

Broadway 
Donoghue Michael, dray., W. 6th, b. Har- 
riet and Home 
Donoho Bridget, 231 Water 
Donoho Jeremiah, painter, 234 Water 
Donoho John, 234 Water 
Donoho Michael, carp.. 130 Central av 
Donoho Michael, lab.. 2:^4 Water 
Donoho Cornelius, 387 W 3d 
Donohue Frank, lab., wks. at D. Riley's 
Donohue Gerred, porter, Commerce 
Donohue James, lab., Taylor, near Carr 
Donohue James, servant, Walnut Street 

House 
Donohue John, 81 W.4th 
Donohue John, blksmith. wks. atC.H. 

& D. R R. machine shop 
Donohue John, lab., 103 Carr 
Donohue John, lab., Skaats al., near W. 

W Canal 

DONOHUE JOHN W., 
Gunpowder and Coal Oil, s.e.c. 
Walnut and 2d,h. 106 Broadway 
Donohue Julia, 649 Elm 
Donohue Ma.y, e.s. O'Reilly al., b. 3d 

and Pearl 
Donohue Mary Ann,servant,Bevis House 
Donohue Stephen, lab., s.s. 6th e. of 

Broadway 
Donohue Wm., lab., 103 Carr 
Donovan D., Assistant Professor in St. 

Xavier College 
Donovan Daniel, salesman, 23 E. 7th 
Donovan James, salesman, 115 Main, 

rooms 11, Bank BIdg 
Donovan Jeremiah, lab., 110 Betts 
Donovan .John, moulder, 96 Commerce 
Donovan Wm., lab.. 31 Lock 
Donovan Wm., moulder, bds. 292 Broad- 
way 
Donphy Michael, grocer, s.e.c. Sth and 

Butler 
Doolan Honora, 60 Baum 
Doolan Patrick, lab., 203 W. Front 
Dooleng John, lab., 59 Bittenhouse 
Dooley Elizabeth, wks. 4U E. 3d 
Dooley Martin, hostler, 24 E. Sth 
Dooley Mary, III Pike 
Dooley Patrick, lab., 441 Sycamore 
Doolittle Amos H., k.k., 42 W. Court, w. 

of Central av 
Doolittle Amos H., b. k., 12 W. 8th, h. 

Fairmount 
Doolittle H. E., operator, VV. U. Tele 

graph Co., s.w c. 3d and Walnut 
Dooly James, porter, 67 Walnut, Hunt, 

n.s. n. Broadway 
Doon James B.. joiner, 1270 E. Front 
Door G., cab. mkr., wks. H. Wiederecht 
Doorley Wm., night-watcher, wks. Gas 

Works 
Doorman Richard, hostler, 95 e. 2d, bds. 

98 e. 2d 
Doom Conrad, blksmith, 604 Walnut 
DopheDora, l(i0 W. 8th 
Dophe Fred., dry goods store, 912 Mar- 
tin 
Dopke Philip, grocer, 16 Mulberry 
Dopker Benjamin, furniture car driver, 

530 W 3d 
Dopker Ferdinand, carp., 181 Baymiller 
Dopker Philomela, seamstress, 444 W. 

od 
Dopker Tiny, seamstress, 530 W. 3d 
Dopier John, moulder, 127 Clay 
Dopp Solomon, cab. mkr., wks. at E. B. 

Dobell's, res. Fulton 
Doppas Bernard, elk., 3 Pine 
Doppe Herman, elk., s.e.c. Longworth 

and Hoadly 
Doppes Bernard T.. salesman', 3 Pine 
Doppler Andrew, 764 Central av. [av. 
Doppler Andrew, jr., bar k,, 704 Central 
Doram Catharine, 43 Barr 
Doran Ellen E., bds. 299 Walnut 
Doran Jas., stonemason, 32 North 
Doran John, asst. chief engineer fire de- 
partment, 476 Race 
Doran John, lab., I.th b. Carr and Harriet 
Doran John, saw setter, wks. s.e.c. 3d 

and Lock 



Doran Michael, carp., n.w.c. Central av. 

and Pearl 
Doran Paul, w.s. Central av. b. 2d and 

Pearl 
Doran Richard, blksmith, bds. 115 Elm 
Dordeen John, bds. 144 E. 2d 
Dore Morris, moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Dore Patrick, turner, ne.c. Water and 

Central av. 
Dore Paul, cab. mkr., wks. Meader & 

Co's 
Dore Wm., hostler, 165 Central av. 
Doreu Catharine, 5 Sargent 
Doren Thos.,carp., wks. n.w.c. Barr and 

Linn 
Dorfeuille Jeannette, 351 W. Sth, w. of 

Central av. 
D'Orfeuille M. J., teacher 4th Int. school 

h. 179 Longworth 
Dorgan Stephen, grocer, 381 W. 2d 
Dornhage Frederick, cooper, wks. c. Sth 

and Culvert, h. Woodward b. Broad- 
way and Sycamore 
Dorham Joshua, bds n.w.c. Front and 

Pike 
Dorien D., saloon, 243 W. Front 
Dorin Helen, servt., Ringgold b. Young 

and Price 
Dorland Alexander M., salesman, n.w.c. 

Main and Pearl, h* 403 W. 7th 

DORLAND GARRET T., 
Watches and Jewelry n.w.c. Main 
and PearLh. 465W. 9th 
Dorling Wm., fireman, wks. Gas Works 
Dormady John, moulder, 49 Race 
Dorman Christian, milkman, e.s. Ohio 

av., s. of Calhoun 
Dorman Christopher, blksmith, wks. 711 

Vine 
Dorman Frederick, blksmith, 509 Elm 
Dorman Frederick, brush mkr,, 444 W, 

Front 
Dorman Harriet, rear 75 Pike 
Dorman Hy., snwyer, 28 Pierson 
Dorman John C.,4(i2 Broadway 
Dorman Michael, stone cutter, bds. s.w. 

c. 6th and Plum 
Dorman Wm., bds, s.w.c- Smith and 6th 
Dormann Fred, hostler, bds. 90 E. 2d 
Dorman Hv-, tailor, 75 Bremen 
Dormer Arnold, b. k., Ill W. Pearl, h. 

172 Longworth 
Dormitv Joseph, grocer. Accommodation 

b. 6th and 8th 
Dorn Barney, lab., 22 Commerce 
Dorn Bern hard, locksmith, 22 Commercs 
Dorn Ennis, 233 W. 6th 
Dorn F., cof. h., 261 Freeman 
Dorn Frederick, cooper, bUs. s.e.c. Har- 
rison av. and Brighton 
Dorn J., bar k., 271 Freeman 
Dorn Philip, meat store, 91 Ham. road 
Dorna Christian, cof. h., 529 E. Front 
Dornberg Charles, foreman. 394 Vine 
Dornbercrer Francis, cooper, Longworth 

nr. Hoadly 
Dornbush F., carp., 170 Everett 
Dome Chris., dray., 529 E. Front 
Dorner J., mach., wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Dornev Adeline M., 377 W. 4th 
Dornhager Philip, lab., bds. 125 W. 2d 
Dorni Michael, wks. 440 E. Front 
Dornseifer Hy., jeweler. 445 Main 
Doroty John, rear 95 E. Sth 
Dorr N. K., salesman, 14 Main, h. 35 

George 
Dorries Hy., cig. mkr., h.20 Charles 
Dorsch Ferdinand, tailor, 87 W. Court 
Dorsev Anthony, cutler, 143 E. Pearl, e. 

of Broadway 

DORSEY F. E., 
Commission Merchant, 35 Water, 
h. Covington 
Dorsey John, barber, 144 Vine 
Dorsey J, E. P., printer. Ill Water 
Dorsh John, cooper, c. Findlay and Free- 
man 
Dorst Catherine, widow, 129 Bank 
Dorst D., cushion mkr., wks. J. M. 

Brunswick & Bro's 
Dorst Sister Felicitas, St. Mary's Hospital 
Dorst Frederick, 583 Walnut 
Dorst Isaac, butcher, stall No. 33 Court 
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Dorst Lewis, ]0G W. 4th, h. 100 Bremen 

Dorst Michael, turner. .56 )!jth 

Dorst Michael D., roofer, wks. 65 E. 3d, 

h. Bank nr. Baymiller 
Dorthy Michael, finisher, 136 W. Front 
Dorvetz C.lias., wh. peddler, 506 John 
Dory Catharine, seryt, 53 Ellen 
Dory P.. hookseller, 61) W. 4th (up stairs) 

h. 7 George 
Dosh Daniel, brklayer, 164 York 
Doss Eh"zabeth, senrastress, 834 E. Front 
Doss Henry, (Henry D. & Co..) h. e.s 

Freeman b. Bank and Dayton 
Doss Henry & Co., (Henry D. & J . Doss) 

coopers, s.s. Dayton b. Freeman and 

Western av. 
Doss J., (Henry Doss & Co ,) c Freeman 

and Findlay 
Martin, grocer, 834 E. Front 
■ Tames, lab., 438 W. Front 

DOSSMANN FRANK A., 
Coffee House, 448 Main 

Dotell ^— , wine mer., 373 Sycamore 
Dotha^e Wm., lab., 2fl Commerce 
Dotit Wra. A., carp., 52 WmJb 
Dotmeyer Henry, carp., 510 Plum 
Dott Wm., baker, 205 Yine 
Dottker Frederick, cab. mkr., wks. s.w. 

c. 2d and .John 
Doty Anna, widow, 600 Freeman 

DOTY J. H.. 
Principal Bacon's Mercantile Col- 
leje, n.w.c. 0th and Walnut 
Doty .T. M., salesman, 101 W. Pearl, h. 

191 Longworth 
Doty L., 191 Lonsworth 
Doty Robert S., steward, 179 W. 2d 
Doty Wm., pork packer,bds. n.e.c. Race 

and Court 
Doty Wra., tailor. High b. Broad and 

Reed 
Dotzauer Frederick, grocer, W. 6th b. 

Skaats al. and Home 
DouhledMv H. J. show card mauufac, 

120 M.ain 
Doubler George, mach., wks. 39 Butler 
Doubt Jacob, peddler, 121 Providence 
Dougherty Bridget, 428 W. 4th 
Dougherty Dayid, moulder, bds. 303 

Water 
Dougherty Edward, cot h., 544 E. Front 
Dougherty & Gibson, (Robt. B. D & 

Geo. G. G.,) dry goods, 81 E. Pearl 

and 8 W. 5th 
Dougherty Hannah, servt., 120 E. Sd 
Dougherty J., actor, Woods Theatre 
Dougherty James, foreman at Iviug and 

Daly's, h.41 Elm 
Dougherty James M.. 166 York 
Dougherty John, lab. r. 21 Mill 
Dougherty John, lab., s.e.c. 7th and 

Broadway 
Dougherty John, lab., 128 R. 6th 
Dougherty John B., porter, 29 Commerce 
Dougherty Joseph, bar k., s.w.c. 9th and 

Central av. 
Dougherty Joseph M., elk., s.s. 9th nr. 

Central av 
Dougherty M., moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Central av. and Front 
Doueherty .Marv, seamstress. 303 Wnter 
Dougherty Michael, lab., bds. 55 W. 

Front 
Dougherty P. B., dray,, 194 Water 
Dougherty Patrick, hatter, alley b. 4th 

and 5th and Central av. and John 
Dougherty Peter, dray., 17 Pub. Landing 
Dougherty Robert B., (D. & Gibson.) h. 

Covington 
Dougherty S \rah, laundress, 63 Observ- 
atory i-oid 
Douirhertv T. M., elk., 81 E. Pearl, h. 

Covington 
Dougherty Timothy, finisher, wks. 141 

W. 2d 
Dougherty William, lab., s.ec 5th and 

Butler 
Douchton Thomas, roller, 4:'8 W. Front 
Doughty Geo. E..b. k., 142 Walnut, h. 

171 Lr,iin\vorth 
DOUGHTY Joseuh, OVardle & D..) i:'8 

W. 4th [vvay 

Douirhty Matthew, Inb., bds. 345 Broad 
Douglas Alon?,o, bank oik. Lafayette 

Banking Co., h. 67 W, 7th 



Douglas Geo., packer, 11 W. 5th 
Douglas Meier, carp., Mason and Mt. 

Auburn 
Douglas P'-ter, attorney, 62 E. 4th 
Douglas Willis, private coachman, 74 

E. 7th 
Douglass Armstrong, waiter, Broadway 

Hotel 
Douglass & Bro., (W. L. & J. B. D.,) 

butter and egg store. 373 Central av. 
Douglass C. C, salesman, 101 W. 4th, 

bds. 209 George 
Dougliiss F. M., salesman 101 W. 4th, h. 

126 E .'ith 
Douglass J. B., (D. & Bro.,) bds. 18 

Elizabeth 
Douglass John E., salesman 104 W. 4th, 

h. 209 George 

DOUGLA.SS JOHN G.. 
Attorney at Law, n.e.c. 4th and 
Walnut, h. 100 W. 4th 
Douglass Julian, pilot, 60 W. Front 
Douglass Matilda, fancy goods, notions, 

&c.,6UW. Front 
Douglass P. P.. salesman, 81 W. Pearl, 

bds. Pearl Street House 
Douglass R. B.,'211 Freeman 
Douglass R. N., pilot, 60 W. Front 
Douglass Stephen M., salesman, 101 W 

4th, bds. 2l)9Georse 
Douglass W. L., (U. '&. Bro.,) 18 Eliza- 
beth 
Doulin Patrick, lab., 203 W. Front 

Front 
Dourson Fred., cab. mkr., 500i Sycamore 
Dourson John, cab. mkr., Young and 

Channing 
Dourson John, cab. mltr., 500 Sycamore 
Dourson John, jr., cab. mkr., 500 >i 

Sycamore 
Douse Susan, seamstress, 18 Union 
Dout Bernard, lab., 24 E. 8th. e. of Lock 
Doverneck Frank, shoenikr., 478 W. 5th 
Dovey Richard, potter, wks. Brighton 

pottery 
Dovey Richard, lab., 229 Findlay 
Do.v Aiigu.^tus, finisher, wks. W. R. 

Dunliip & Go's 
Dow John, carp., wks. 63 E. 3d 
Dow Robert, plumber, wks. 2(i0 Tine 
Dowd , porter, rear 15 W. Court, w. 

of Central av. 
Dowd Bernard, mach., 24 E. 8th 
Dowd John, lab , 35 E. 8th, e. of Lock 
Dowd Mary, rear 72 Riclimond 
Dowd P.. lab., wks. Hunt e. of Broadway 
Dowd Patrick, waiter, Burnet House 
Dowd Thomas, lab., 35 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Dowdwell Francis, lab., bds. Augusta b. 

Smith and John 
Dowdwell James, wagon driver, bds. Au- 
gusta b. Smith and John 
Dowdwell Michael, lab., bds. Augusta b. 

Smith and John 
Dowelienj., finisher, bds. Congress Ex- 

chRnge 
Dowell Mary, cof. h., H Commerce 
Dowey Kate, servt.. Dennison House 
Dowling James, elk., bds. 68 W. 6th 
Dowlins John, elk., 3 IS'orth 
Dowling Joseph, carp., bds. 36 E. 5th 
Dowling Patrick, tailor, s.e.c. 4th and 

Vine, h. 3 New 
Dowlin? Thomas M.. elk., 24 W. Pearl 
Downall Thos., spinner, 46 Baura 
Downard Mary A., dry goods. 154 W. 4th 
Downes Peter, trunk mkr., K'3 Baymil- 
ler 
Downey Catharine, seamstress, 467 W. 

4th 
Downey Elizabeth, E. Front foot of Par- 
son 
Downey .Tames, printer. 467 W. 4th 
Downey Johanna, servt., 20 Lock 
Downey Margaret. 4C7 W. -Ith 
Downey Patricli. wks. 146 W. 3d 
Downing Robert, periodical store, 288 W. 

6:h' 
Downs John, carp.. River b. Race and 

Elm 
Downs John, paver, 14 Providence 
Downs Peter, lab., 123 Baymiller 
Dnwnton Thos., roller, luls. 4"8 Front 
Do.vey Edward C, salesman. 106 W. 
Pearl, bds. Walnut Street House 



Doyere Hy., driver, Denmon b. Kenner 
and Flint and Freeman and Mill 
Creek 
Doyle Bernard, dray, bds. 227 W. 6th . 
Doyle Bernard, bds. Bevis House 
Doyle Bridget, seamstress, s e.c. Cutter 

and 8th 
Doyle Catharine, 183 W. Canal 
Doyle Christopher, eng., 455 W. 5d 
Doyle Conrad, shoemkr., bds. BcTis 

House 
DyleEdw.ard, blk smith, 465 W. 9lh w. 

of Centra! av. 
Doyle Edward, dray, 768 E. Front 
Doyle Edward, dray, wks. s.e.c. 3d and 

Lock 
Doyle Edward P., grocery, 100 Freeman 
Doyle Elizabeth, seamstress, Charlotte 

b. Baymiller and Linn 
Doyle Frank, lab.. 14 Providence 
Doyle Hanora, hosiery, 3 New 
Doj'le James, lab., wks. s e.c. 3d and 

Lock 
Doyle John, waiter, Burnet House 
Doyle Joseph, carp., 219 W. 5th 
Doyle Margaret, stewardess, Dennison 

House 
Doyle MaiT, s.e.c. 3d and Elm 
Doyle Mo.ses, 45 E. 3d 
Doyle Owen, e,s. M. Canal b. 8th and 

Court ; 
Doyle Patrick, lab., 17 Accommodation 
Doyle Patrick, lab., bds. 585 W. 0th 
Doyle Thos., lab., 17 E.8th e. of Lock 
D.>y!e Thos., dray, 26 Abigail . 
Doyle Wm., printer, 73 W. 3d, res. Cov- 
ington 
Dozier E. L., conductor, Cin'ti St. R.R. 
Drach Chas., b.k., 29 W. 5tb, h. 22 Arch 
Drach Chas. A., stereotyper, 647 Syca- 
more 
Drach Conrad, cab. mkr., 146 Hopkins 
Drach Louis, cof. h., 647 Syc-more 
Drach Louis, printer, wks. 168 Vine, h. 

Providence b. Liberty and Findlay 
Draes Hy., sawyer. Ramsey nr. Front 
Drahmann J. H. & Co., (John H. D., 

John H. Enneking & John B. Drah- 

man,) tailors, 56 Sycamore and 4 

Public Landing 
Drahmann John B.. (J. H. Drahmann & 

Co.) lOComnurce 
Drahmann John H., (J. H. D. & Co.) 

20.-) W. Front 
Draidel Theodore, c. 15th and Central 

av. 
Drake Chas. W., carp., bds, Fulton b. 

Kelly and Foster 
Drake D.ivid H., tinner, n.w.c. 4th and 

Sycamore 
Drake Edward G., roofer, 209 Mound 
Drake Francis C., blksmith, Fulton b. 

Foster and Kelly 

DRaKE J, L , Manufacturer's Atrent 
for Coal Oil and Coa! Oil Lamps, 
and Papier Mache Ornaments, 11 
W 4th. bds. 221 Longworth 

DRAKE JOHN L., 
Farmer, 
bds. Fulton b. Kelly and Foster 
Drake Julius A., salesman, s.e.c. 3d and 

Vine. res. Covington 
Drake Louisa, teacher, Fulton b. Foster 

ami Kelly 
Drake Louis P., (Bricknell & D.) 603 W. 

8th 
Drake R., elk., n.e.c. .5th and Vine, 
rooms. Art tjnion BIdg 

DRAKE SAMUEL C, 
Dry Goods. 
449 W. 5th 
DrakeT. N.,c!k.,249 W. 4th, bds. 215 

W.4lh 
Drake Wm. H., carp., 1.524 E. Front 
Drake AVilson T., banker, 3 1 W. 7th 
Drajjer A. L., carp., wks. Lane &. Bod- 
ley's 
Draper Geo., carp., bds.!;86 Main 
Draper J., Pres. Ins. Co., 2*3 W. Court 
w. of Central av. [Road 

Drapp Meinrad, cigar mkr., Lebanon 
Dras Herman, tailor, 365 W. 5th 
Drase Harmon, tailor, 365 W. 5th 
Dratty John, stone cutter, 37 Baum 
DrauerWm., tailor, s.e.c. Liberty and 
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Draup Albert, policeman, 62 Liberty 
Dravig Win., cab. rakr., 67 Rittenliouse 
Drayer Fred., pattern mkr., 3.5 Bremen 
DrAver John H.. porter, U W.2d, h. c. 

"Mansfield and Liberty 
Drayer John W., carp^ wks. 537 Free- 
man 
Drear Bernard, carp., n.w.c. Linn and 

Charlotte 
Drear Fred., cab. mkr..4r)2 Walnut 
Drebin<;er John, lab., 67 Spring 
Dreck Lenis.paper carrier, 59 Providence 

b- Oliver and Findlay 
Drepre Fred . 524 Sycamore 
Dreher Fred., biksmith, 85 Bremen 
Dreberlly., candy mkr., wks. 207 Main, 

h. 462 Walnut 
Dreher Martin, tobacconist, 33 Green 
Dreicheit John, lab., Lebanon Road 
Dreicher Leonidas, cab. s.s. Green b. 

Race and Pleasant 
Dreidel Theodore, Providence b. Oliver 
and Fiudhiy. h. c. 15th and Central 
av. 
Dreider Jacob, candle mkr., bds. 13 Mul- 
berry 
Dreider John, candle mkr.. 13 Mulberry 
DreierA.H., policeman, s.w.o. 5lh and 

Central ay. 
Dreihaus Hermiin, cab. mkr., 46 Pleasant 
Dreiling Hy., shoemkr.,401 Sycamore 
Dreis Anthony, lab-. 32 Campbell 
Dreising John, musician. 31 Locust 
Dremer Andrew, eng., Enquirer Office, 

res. Newport 
Drenkle Chas., lab.. .563 Elm 
Drennan Jas.. lab. 30 Lock 
Drereys Hy., cab. mkr.. H Franklin 
Dres Geo., tailor, wks. 9 Wa'nut 
Dresbach James, lab., wks. Globe Foun- 
dry 
Dresbach Joseph, cTk.. 146Lona:worth 
Dresbacii Mary, 146 Lonsvrorth 
Drescher Ctvas., rof. h., 251 W. 6th 
Drescher Christian, turner, 660 Vine 
Dressing F. W., (D. & Otting,) res. New- 
port 
Dresing Mary, 20 Mansfield 
Dresing & Otting, (F. W. D. & G. H. 0.) 

cigars and tobacco, 57 Sycamore 
Dress Christian, lab., 79 Abigail 
Dress Gebad.bk. layer, 53 Woodward 
Dress Hy.. sa.vyer, wks. atE. B. Dobell's, 

h. Front nr. Canal 
Dresse H., tanner, wks. s.w.c. Liberty & 

Linn 
Dresse W., tanner, 375 VI . Liberty 
Dressel Hy., pipeman, :!2 Bank 
Dressell Fied., City R.R. driver, 72 Pro- 
vidence 
Dressell \Vm., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Dressing John F., cutter, 61 W. Pearl 
Dreuke Hy., ca p.,40 Pleasant 
Drever John, meat store, 449 Vine 
Drexelius Fred., moulder, 267 Central av. 
Drexelius Hy.. moulder, 267 Central av. 
Drew James S princer, 215 W. 4th [av. 
Drew Maria, 125 W. Court w. of Central 
Drew Mary, seamstress, 476 W. 4th 
Dreyer Ily. , cab. mkr., 94 Wade 
Dreyer Hy., carp., 462 Walnut 
Dreyer John U.. 39 Mansfield 
DREYKOfiS S.. (I'appenheUnerD.&Co.) 

113 W. Court 
Dreyfoos William W., entry elk., 36 W. 

Pearl, bds. 113 W. Court 
Dreyling Wm., tailor. 485 Walnut 
Di-iehaus Herman, cab. mkr., 46 Pleasant 
Driemeyer Hy., shoemkr., 562 Main 
Drieske John, stiine cutter, 7 Jackson 
Driesmann J. F., ffrocer, 13.5 Laurel 
Drifus Alira'iam elk., 64 W. 5th 
Drifus Car dine, fancy soods, 64 W. 5th 
Driling BolcI.er, tailor. 44 Linn 
DrillJ., wks. 69 K. Front 
Drinmeyer Ily., shoemkr., 31 Hushes 
Drippo W. H.. carp., wks. 161 E." Front 
Driscoll Alex., carp., bds. 138 Linn 
Driscoll Anna, servt., 342 W 7th 
Dricoll C. J. . finisher, bds. 138 Linn 
Driscoll Chas. S. J., St. Xaviers' Church, 

Sycamore b. 6th and 7th 
Driscoll Cornelius, mach., 138 Linn 
Driscoll K. M., carriage trimmer, bds. 
138 Linn 



Driscoll Hy., carp.. 65 Barr 

Driscoll J. J., bds. 13B Linn 

Driscoll James J., finisher, h.48 Linn 

Driscoll Margaret. 138 Linn 

Driscoll Mioliael, lab., wks. 76 E. Front 

Driscoll Thos., boiler mkr., 114 E. 3d, e 

of Lock 
Drisdon Squire, lab., al. b. Everett and 

Canal, and Elm and Plum 
Drisenbach Frank, carp., 151 Clark 
Dritschler Leo., tailor. 56 Peete 
DRIVER James S., (Hnbbell.D. & Cot- 

tom.)bds. Spencer Honse 
Driver Mary A., 431 W. 9th w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Drobberd Adam, cai-p., W. 6th b. Har- 
riet and Home 
Droege Chas., cigar mkr.,bks. 524 Syca- 
more 
Droege Fred., cigar mkr. 587 Main 
Droege Hy., cigar mkr.. IS Mansfield 
Droege Louis, cigar rakr., 141 Clay 
Droege Wm., baker, wks. 172 Sycamore 
Droeger Andrew, cigarmkr.,602 Walnut 
Droeker Chas., tailor, 409 Sycamore 
Droge Fred., bk. layer, 578 Main 
Drohe Jacobina,76 Abigail 
Drohne Wm., elk., 53 14th 
Drolett Peter, bds. n.w.c. Frontand Pike 
Droll A., sheet iron worker, wks. 79 E. 

Front 
Droll Louis, cook, 390 Vine 
Drop Michael, lab . 706 Central av. 
Droppelmann J. H.. boots and shoes, 

345 Central av., h. 61 Richmond 
Drosenbriiik Wm.. chair mkr., 15 Mercer 
Drosetz Henry, driver. 74 Laurel 
Drost John. dray, Charlotte, b. Linn and 

Baymiller 
Droste Gerhardt, printer. 534 Main 
Droste Henry, wks. 243 Sycamore, h. 74 

Laurel 
Droste Henry, express driver, 6 Buckeye 
Droste J. D.. mechanic, wks. 89 W. 2d 
Droste John, wks. 243 Sycamore 
Drought Ellen, laundress, Pennock and 

Cramsey al. 
Urouse F. driver, 76 Melancthon 
Drout Fdward, lab.. Deer Creek Valley 
Drout Elizabeth, servt., 936 Central av 
Drout Michael E., moulder, 125 Pleas- 
ant 
Drowery William, barber, 1.57 W. Pearl 
Drowry Wm. M., barber, 157 W. Pearl 
Druck Frederick, finisher, 41 E. 3d, e. of 

Lock 
Drucker Carl, tailor, 409 Sycamore 
Druffel Heniy, cof. h., 90 E. 2d 
Drude August, wines and liquors, c. 

Clarkson and Central av. 
Druhmann Christopher, lab., Clark, b. 

Baymiller and Freeman 
Druke Frank, lib., 90 E. 2d 
Drum Catharine, grocer, 46 E. 7th 
Drum Edward, biksmith, bds. Augusta, 

b. Smith and John 
Drum Thomas, malt house, n.w.c. Smith 

and 2d, h. 301 W. 3d 
Drummond Lizzie, servt., 154 Carr 
Drump John, lab., 419 W. 5th 
Druming Julia, servt., 142 W. 7th 
Drunsman Herman, lab., 147 Clark 
Druple Bernard, 667 W. Front 
Druple H., 6S7 W. Front 
Drussell Wm., lab , 594 Freeman 
Druster John, wks. 361 Walnut, h. 315 

Buckeye 
Dryden Ge-irge, lab., 136 E 6th 
Dryer F., express wagon, 48 Sycamore 
Dryer Frederick, finisher, 51 Kossuth 
Dryer Henry, grocer, 913 Central av. 
Dryer James, confec, Ti2 W. 6th 
Dryer Salome, b. h., 435 W. 5fh 

Dryon , bds. 212 Longworlh 

Dnadlaele Andrew, elk., 19 Franklin 
Duane Anna, dressmkr., 131 W. Pearl 
Duane Bernard, elk., 131 W. Pearl 
Duane Bernard J., varnisher, 138 W. 2d, 

h. 131 W. Pearl 
Duane Ellen, dressmkr., 131 W. Pearl 
Duane Patrick, elk., 66 W. 5th, h. 131 

W. Pearl 
Dubach Christopher H., varnisher, 215 

W. 5th. h. 211 Cutter 
Dubel T. H., cab. mkr., 458 W. 5th 
Dubeit David, cab. mkr., 458 W 5th 



DUBOIS & AUGUR, (John D. & 
James S. A.) C'lm. and Produce 
Merchants, 87 W. 2d 
DUBOIS John, (D. & Augur) 187 Mound 
Dubois Wm. S , b. h., 2i.8 W. 5th [av. 
Dubolt George, feed store, l(i82 Central 
Duchemini Philip, painter, 2^3 George 
Ducbemini Wm., paper carrier, 61Avery, 

e. of Park 
Duchemini Wm. P., painter, 223 George 
Duchscher P., cab. mkr., Clinton, b. 

B.aymiller and Freeman, h. 225 

Everett 
Duckweitz Ludwig Chas., cab. mkr., 53 

W. 3d 
Duckworth Ashford, teamster, rear of 

171 Water 
Duddy John, salesman, 13 Main, bds. 

Henrie House 
Dude Philip, dishwasher, Broadway 

Hotel 
Dudey John, plow mkr., wks. Garrett 

& Cotlraan's 
Dudley Henry, shoemkr., 149 George 
Dudley James, shoemkr., 149 George 
Dudley John, pattern mkr., wks. 546 

Vine 
Dudley John B., pattern mkr., bds. 179 

W. Court, w. of Central av. 

DUDLEY JOHN W.. 
(Kennett. D. & Co) 
293 Richmond 
Dudley Patrick, lab., wks. 344 Broadway 
Dudley R- L., elk., 73 W. 4th 
Dudley Saml., elk, 179 W. Court, w. of 

Central av. 
Duermiller Joseph, cab. mkr., 202 Clark 
Duerr Henry, blind mkr., wks. 82 W. 

6th, h. 771 Vine 
Duerstock Bernard, sr., tailor, 124 Clay 
Duerstock Bernard, jr., moulder, 124 

Clay 
Dues Henry, coffin mkr., 084 W. 6th 
Duesing Francis, cooper, wks. 590 Wal- 
nut 
Duesterberg John Henry, (Hackman 

&D.) 450 Walnut 
Duflf Martin, lab , res. 63 Mill 
Duflel Casper, shoemkr., 37 Ludlow 
Duffer , h. Pleasant Court al. b. Race 

and Elm 
DuETerthy Thomas, lab., Vance, b. Fulton 

and Front 
Duffey Elizabeth, servt., 51 Mound 
Duffey Francis, carp., rear of 171 Water 
Duffey Hugh, lab., rear of 15 Water 
DuGfey James, butcher, 3 Oliver 
DuQey James, hostler, wks. at George 

^.Voods' Stable 
Duffey L., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Duffey Martin, waiter, Burnet House 
Dufl'ey Michael, waiter, Burntt House 
Duffey Nicholas, dray, e. side Broadway 

nr. Liberty 
Duffey Patrick, carp., bds. 65 W. 5th 
Duffey Peter, 326 W. 8th, w. of Central 

av. 
Duffev Thomas, assistant b. k., Burnet 

liouse, n.w.c. 3d and Vine 
Duffield Benj. C, carp., 109 George 
Dutheld D., actor, 200 George 
Duffield David H.. carp., 169 George 
Duffield Mary, 169 Genrsre 
Duffner M., Casino, 70 W. 4th 

Duffy , n.w.c. 3d and Central .av. 

Duffy , laundress, 1564 K, Front 

Duffy Andrev/, lab., 37 Central av. 
Duffy Ann, laundress at Commercial 

Hospital 
Duffy Ann, n.s. 6th. b. Banra and Lock 
Dully Bernard. lab., 85 E. 3d, e. of Lock 
Duffy Bridget, 124 E. 8th 
Dully Catharine, liiundress, 161 Cutter 
DuO'y Constantine, lab., s. s. W. W. 

Canal, b. Harriet and Home 
Duffy Daniel, carp., n.s. 6th, b. Baum 

and Lock 
Duffy Edwurd, biksmith, 417 W. 2d 
Duffy F. Daniel, carp., n.s. 6th, e- of 

DUFFY FRANCIS, 
Carpenter, 
n.s. 0th, e. of Baum 
Duffy Francis, tanner, e s. Miami Canal, 
b. 8th and Court 



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Duffy Geo., cooper, 112 Sycamore 
Duffy Geo., lab., Langdon al. b. 6th and 

7th 
Duffy James, <;rocer, 78 E. 7th 
Duffy John, lab., 232 \V. 9th 
Duffy John, lab., 2Z5 W. <)th, w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Duffy John, lab., rear of 500 E. Front 
Duffy John, trader, oU Water 
Duffy Joseph, lab., 55 E. 8th, e. of Lock 
Duffy Judah, laundress, n.s. Front, b. 

Foster and Kelly 
Duffy Lawrence, blksmith, 23 Lock 
Duffy Marzaret, seamstress, Bert, b. 

Reed and Broad 
Duffy Martin, fireman, wks. Gas Works 
Duffy Mary. 65 Butler 
Duffy Matilda, seamstress, Bert, b. Reed 

and Broad 
Duffy Michael, fireman, wks. Gas Works 
Duffy Michael, lab., s.s. Front, below 

Foster 
Duffy Michael, lab., 112 W. Pearl 
Duffy Patrick, carp., n.s. 6th, e. of Baum 
Duffy Patrick, carp., Bert, b. Reed and 

Broad 
Duffy Patrick, lab., 47] George 
Duffy Patrick, lab., 76 E. 3d, e. of Lock 
Duffy Rose, laundress, 48 New 
Duffy Thomas B., driver, 343 Central 



meat store, n.e.c. Linn 



carp., Louis, b. Front and 



av. 
Duffy Wm 

River 
Dugaa Annie, s.s. Front, b. Foster and 

Corporation 
Dugan Catharine, servt., Burnet House 
Dugan Fanny, 3GI W. 4th 
Dugan H., (Scott & D.) Covington 
Dugan J., mou der, wks. w s. Wood, b. 

3d and 5th 
Dugan James, moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Dugan John, lab., n.s. Front, b. Foster 

and Corporation line 
Dugan John, tracklayer C. H. & D. R.R. 

102 Freeman 
DUGAN John A., (T. S. Dugan & Co.) 

361 W 4th 
Dugan Malick, storekpr., n.w.c. Race 

and Front 
Dugan Matthew, lab., e. s. 6th, n. of 

Baum 
Du'jan Matthew, shoemkr., 21 Lodge 
DiU'au Patrick, hackman, 128 WatPr 
DUGAN Thomas S., (T. S. D. &: Co.) 

New Orleans 

DUGAN T. S. & CO. (Thomas S. D., 
John A. Dugan, & Richard W. 
Keys,) Wholesale Grocers, 21 and 
23 W. 2d 
Dugan Z.. moulder, wks. w.s Wood, b. 
3d and .5th 

CO., 
Jewelry, &c. 

,c. 4tli and Wa 

DUHME H., (D. & Co.) 27 W. 3rd 

DUHME H. H., 
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, 
74 W. 5th 

Duhme John Uenry, elk., h. 432 Main 

Duhme Margaret, 432 Main 

Duhme Mary, bds. 146 Linn 

Duirr Jacob, foreman of Brewery, foot 
Walnut Hills 

Duke John, blksmith, Kilgour, b. Jth 
and 5th 

Duke Mary, 140 .Mound 

Dukell Francis, teamster, wks. Kauf- 
man's Brewery 

Dul Henry, lab., i'o Hughes 

Dulak Rosa, 325 Elm 

Dulay Jeremiah, mach., wks. 196 W. 
Pearl 

Dulenhaver Adam, tinner. Ill Buckeye 

Duley Lizzie, :f5 Elizabeth 

Dull Jacob, cab. mkr., bds. 90 W Court 

Dull Michael, carp., bds. c. Wade and 
Central av 

Dullanty Julia, bds. Pavilion Hotel 

DuUenhanty Johanna, serv., Dayton b. 
Baymiller and Linn 

Dullinty Wm.. cof. h.. 2 New 

Dullmier Martin, baker. 65 W. Court 

Dully John, express man. 24 Mansfield 

Duly Wm.. cooper, 183 Oliver 

Doming Robert, elk., 521 W. 7th 



DiimiE & ( 
Watches, 



Dumlor M irtii 

and Betts 
Dumme Hy., lab . 16 Madison 
Dumont Chas. D., steam engine bldr., 

Front St.. b. Ludlow and Lawrence, 

h. E. Walnut Hills 
Dumont Charles T., boiler yard, n.e.c. 

Front and Butler, res. Mt. Auburn 
Dumont Mary, servt., 221 Mound 
Dumont Richard. 147 John 
Dumunt Richard S., (Holabird &. D.), 

448 W. 4th ' 

Dumphy Patrick, wks. 146 W. ?d 
Dumstoff Joseph, lab., 20 W. .5th 
Dumstorf Wm., baker, 176 W. Front 
Dun Edward, lab., n.w.c. 2d and Plum 
Dun 11. Graham (II. G. Dun & Co.) res. 

New York 

DUN R. G. & CO. (Robert G. D., Rab- 
ert R. Boyd & Wm. R.'illv), Mer- 
cantile Agency, s.w.c. 3d and 
Walnut 
Dunbar C. L., salesman, 90 Main, bds. 

Mrs. Daniel's 
Dunbar Robert, stone cutter, wks. s.e.c. 

3d and Lock 
Dunbar Thomas, stonecutter, bds. s.e.c. 

R'Jce and Court 
Dunbarscher Francis, cooper.Longworth 

b. Stone and Hoadly 
Dunbery Patrick, fiieman, wks. Gas 

AVorks 
Duncan Andrew, carp., 156 York 
Duncan Fred., hostler, wks. 341 W. 6th 
Duncan Hannah, 125 W. Court w. of 

Central av 
Duncan J. L., printer, bds. 1 

more 

Duncan James, 103 Betts 
Duncan James R., plasterer, bds. 103 

Betts 
Duncan fohn, carp.. Broad b. Front and 

River 
Duncan John, miller, Storrs tp 
Duncan John, printer, bds. 187 W. 

Court w. of Central av 
Duncan John T., painter, 309 Findlay 
Duncan L. L , l.t. Auburn 
Duncan M., bk. folder, wks. Ill Main 
Duncan Mary, 219 Water [e'-ty 

Duncan Mai-y, seamstress, 368 W. Lib- 
Duncan Michael, tailor, e.s. Anderson b. 

Mill and Park 
Duncan Morris L., steam furniture fac- 
tory. 82 W. 2d, h. 312 W. 6th 
Duncan Patrick, lab., wks. Lane & Bod- 



Syca- 



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nter. h. 103 Betts 
1. op., s.w.c. 3d 



4th and 



Duncan Richard A,,pri 
Duncan Richard C, te 
and Walnut 
NCAN SAMUEL' 
Family Grocery, ' 
W. 5th 
Duncan P., paint shop 

Sycamore 
Duncan T., carp., bds. 88 Everett 
Duncan Thomas, dray., bds. Augusta b. 

Smith and John 
Duncan Thos. M. N., packer. 36 W. 5th 
Duncan Wm., sawyer, 297 W. 2d 
UNCAN WILLIAM C, 
Dentist, 
156 W. 6th 
Duncanson Ralph, mach., n.w.c. Front 

and John 
Duncanson Reuben, elk., 28 W. 4th 
Duncanson Robt. S., painter. 23 W. 4th 
Duncilmann Hy., tailor, 16 W. Court 
Duncker John, cooper, wks. 29 Water 
Dundon Edmund, 299 Elm 
Dunfit Hy., lab., w s. Culvert nr. 6th 
Dunham F. W., salesman, 123 Walnut, 

bds. Burnet House 
Dunham Joseph C, bk. finisher, 89 
Freem __ 

IIIGDON, (Levi D. & 
.). Livery and Sale 
W. 6tl; 

DUNH.\M Levi, (D. & nigdon)98 Carr 
Dunham Ruth, 638 W. Front 
Dunhave Moritz, cof. h., 96 Buckeye 
- ""IIOLTER H., 
kerv. 

244 W. 6th 
Dunhower H., varnisher, wks. Meader & 
Go's 



DUNH.AM & lllf 
Benjamin H.),l 



DUNli 
Ba 



Dunigan Janes, lab.. 19 Avery 

Dunigan John, 204 Cutter 

Dunkhorst Fred., porter, 40 Walnut, h. 

Newport 
Dunkhorst John H., porter, 40 Walnut, 

h. 17 Madison 
Dunker Anthony, lab., 179 Hopkins 
Dunker Anthony, stone cutter, 229 

Betts 
Dunker Fred. W., cab. mkr., 420 Liberty 

DUNKER JOHN, 
Cigar Manuf. & Dealerin Tobacco, 
&:c., 8 13th 
Dunker Wm., lab., 420 W. Liberty 
Dunkerly Joshua, stone cutter, wks. s.e. 

c. 3d and Lock 
Dunkham Conrad, tailor, 76 Dudley 
Dunkman Christian, chairmkr.,2o7 Hop- 
kins 
Dun lap , (Rucker, D. & Co.) Green- 
field, 
Dunlap Chas. C, b.k., 12 E. 4th, h. 12 

Pine 
Dunlap Geo., belt mkr., wks. 181 E. 

Front 
Dunlap J. & Co. (James D. & W. J. By- 
ers.) lumber yard, 435 Freeman and 
534 Vine 
Dunlap James (J. D. & Co.) h. Cedar- 

ville. 
Dunlap James, cook, 105 Park 
Dunlap John, elk., s.w.c. Walnut and 

2d. bds. 12 Pine 
Dunlap John, dray., 30 Lock 
Dunlap John, waiter, Burnet House 
Dunlap Joseph, brk mkr., n.s. Calhoun 

ur. Milk 
Dunlap Robert A , b.k., bds. 432 W. 4th 
Dunlap Robert E., teller, 26 and 28 W. 

3d, h. 432 W. 4th 
Dunlap Thomas, shoe cutter, 169 Main 

DUNLAP W. R. & CO. (Wm.R. D. 
& Emery C. Ross) Machine Shop, 
n.e.c. Front and Lawrence 
Dunlap Wm , elk., s.s. 3d b. Kilgour and 

M. Canal 
Dunlap Wm,, salesman, 99 W. 4th, bds. 
12 Pine ' 



DUNLAP Wm. R. (Dunlap W. R. &qo.) 

res. Newport 
Dunlay Maggie, chambermaid, at South- 



DUNLE V Y Frank (A. L. Mowry & Co.) 

166 W. 4th 
Dunlevy H., elk., Bk. of the 0. valley, 

bds. Burnet House 
Dunley Wilberforce. elk., n.e.c. 3d and 

Walnut, h. 331 W. 7th 
Dunl'jvev David, bds. 98 W. 7th 
Dunn Ale.K., patent roofer, 221 Lon"- 

worth 
Dunn An(lrew,moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Dunn Andrew, printer, bds. 49 Race 
Dunn Ann, cook, at 160 W. 4th 
Dunn Bernard, lab., wks. 86 Elm 
Dunn Catharine M.,221 L-mgworth 
Dunn Charles, lab., bds. Phoenix Hotel 
Dunn Cornelius, lab., 120 E. 8th 
Dunn Daniel, b. h., c. 6th and W. Front 
Dunn Dorsey W., carp., res. 227 W. 5th 
Dunn E., 415 W. 4th 
Dunn E. F., salesman, 101 W. 4th, room 

Selves' Bldg 
Dunn Edward, helper, wks. 86 Elm, h. 

Augusta b. John and Smith 
Dunn Edward, lab. 36 North 
Dunn Elizabeth. 36 North 
DUNN Hy. C. (Woodrough & McParlin) 

Hamilton. 
Dunn Jacob B., clergyman. 97 Pleasant 
Dunn Jacob B.. teacher, 4th Int. school, 

h. 91 Pleasant 
Dunn James, elk.. 54 Laurel 
Dunn James, cutter, 84 W. Pearl, h. 177 

W. 9th 
Dunn James, lab., w.s. Central av. b. 2d 

and Pearl 
Dunn James, sawyer, wks. 196 W. Pearl 
Dunn John F.. bk. hinder. 137 Walnut, 

h. n.w.c. Plum and 0th 
Dunn Joseph, hostler, 5^'5 W. 8th 



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Dunn Joseph, elk., bils. Evans Hotel 
Dunn Mary, 24 Longworth's bldg., s.s. 

6th e. of Broadway 
Dunn Mary. 227 W. 5th 
Dunn Mary, cof. h., 1-iO E. 8th 
Dunn Mary, servt., Burnet House 
Dunn P. M., elk., bds 5.) Sycamore 
Dunn Peter, porter. 139 Wahiut, h. c. 

5th an<l Park 
Dunn Philip, elk., HG JIain 
Dunn Philip, tailor, 323 2d 
Dunn Simeon, bar k.. 133 York 
Dunn Theodore, pilot, bds, Evans Hotel 
Dunn IViomas, boiler mkr., wl<s. 5(5 Pike 
Dunn Thomas, carman, bds 311 2d 
Diiiiu \Vm.. lab., u.e.c. Race and Liberty 

DUNN VVM., Metallic and Slate Hoof- 
ing, 14(3 W. 3d, 
h. 2.10 W. ad 
Dunn \Vm., upholsterer, 101 W. 4th, 

bds. n.w.c. Court and Central av 
Dunnaha Daniel, shoemkr., 38 Gano 
Dunavant Daniel, brakesman, 808 W. 

Front 
Dunnarani Josiah K, elk., 74 W. 3d, 

h. 4ii3 Plum 
Dtinnevitn Bartholomew, edge tool mkr., 

42 E. Gth 
Dunnevant Patrick, lab., 201 Broadway 
Dunninj; Samuel H., collector, City Gas 

Co , 247 Court 
Dunnivan Bart , edjie tool mkr., 13 E. 

8th, h. c. 6th and Arch 
Dunnovan D., wks. n w.c. Pearl and M. 

Canal 
Dunsche Ausust, shoemkr., 579 Main 
Dunseth J., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Dunseth Jacob, 69 W. 7th 
Dunseth Louise, 69 W. 7th 
Dunstorf Joseph, washer, 18 W. 7th 
Duntz Michael, carp., 82 Mohawk 
Dunwoodie Thomas, hat finisher, n.w c. 

Court and Main 
Dupell Wm., scale mkr., n.w c. Pearl & 

Kim 
Duphy Nicholas, dray., 488 Broadway 
Dupker Fred., carp. .181 Bavrailler 
DuplarVV. H., student,69 Milton 
Duple Blizabeth, 69 Milton 
Dupler John, moulder, 127 Clay 

DURAIN CHARLES, 
Coffee House, 
336 Central Avenue 
Duras James, lab., 31) Lock 
Durbec-v John G.,coal oil factory, 680 W. 

(ith 
Durd.ill Catharine, tailnress, Charlotte b. 

Baymiller and Linn, wks. 4.31 Linn 
Durdall Theodore, tailor, Charlotte b. 

Baymiller and Linn. wks. 451 Linn 
Dure John, lab., wks. Lane & Bodley's 
Durett Warner, whitewasher, 491 W. 

Front 
Durban P., wks 30 Butler 
Durham Dominic, lab-. 65 Vine 
Durham Joshua, grocery, 31 W. 7th, bds 

29 \V. 7th 
Durham Lizzie, bds 85 Longworth 
Durkee Wm. H., carriage painter, bds. 

66 K. Pearl 
Durker Richard, moulder, 292 W. Front 
Durkey Jonathan, bds. Bevis House 
Uurkin John, porter, P. 0., h. .57 Mill 
Durkin Patrick, lab , 191 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Durley Chas., lab.. Deer Creek Valley 
Durly Eliza, servt., 13U W. 7th 
Durmbusch Fred., shoemkr., 185 W. 9d 
Durme Hy., mach., 73 W. 3d, h. 44 W. 

Front 
Durney Hy., carp., 772 W. Front 
Durr Geo., cof. h., 779 Vine 
Durrah Joseph b ikery, :i93 Race 
Durrell Friend, cooper, 30 Pleasant 
Durrell Francis, cooper, wks. 105 W. 

Canal, h. 30 Pleasant 
Durrell John, lab., 43.") W. 2d 
Durrell Joseph, constable, 69 Providence 
Durrell Justus, silver plater, wks. lu E. 

6th, h. 30 Pleasant 
Durrley Wm., lab., bds. 480 W. Front 
Durst Isaac, butcher, 19 Dunlap 
Durstock John B., mason, 43 Hughes 
Dury C. W., brand cutter, wks. 70 W. 

4th 



Dusch Joseph, shoemkr., n.e.c. 8th and 

Walnut 
Duscnberry Geo. H., trader, bds. 326 

Main 
Dusher Peter, carp., 225 Everett 
Dushman John, carrier Enquirer, 626 

W. Sth 
Dusink Frank, cooper, 454 Walnut 
Dusing Louisa, servt., 211 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Dust Hy., coffin fini?her, 512 Walnut 
Dust Hy., lab., 512 Walnut 
Dustin Rev. M., city missionary, 488 W. 

7th 
Dutman Casper, (Gellenbeck & D.) 378 

Bro;idway 
Dutman Mary, 63 Pendleton 
DuTour N. G., fencing master, bds Pearl 

St. House 
Duttlinger Hermann, carver, wks. n.w.c. 

Plum and Pearl, h. Covington 

DUTTON A. R., 
Attorney, 6 E. 3d. Chase's Bldg., 
res. Country 
Dutton Wm., lab . 320 Plum 
Dutz Fred., elk., 7 Jetl'erson 
Dutzer Fred., salesman, 382 Main, h. 7 

W. 15th 
Duvall C, ens.. 48 W. Front 
Duvall Hy., painter, .591 Main 
Duvall Herman, carp., 9 Pendleton 
Duvall J. T., deiler in flat boats and 

lumber, n.w.c. River and Race 
Duvall Lamech, coppersmith, wks. 21 E. 

Front, h. c Park and 3d 
Duvall M., coppersmith, bds. 361 W. 3d 
Duvall Mrs. Mary E., seamstress, 351 

W. 5th 
Duvall N., wks. 373 W. 3d 
Duvall Otho, eng , 361 W. 3d 
Duvall Paul, bds. 179 E. Front 
Duvall Priscilla, 141 Carr 
Duvall T. J., salesman, 80 W. 4th, h. 110 

Smith 
Duvall Wm , mach., Longworth b. Stone 

and Hoadly 
Duv.and John, 415 W. 6th 
Duwire Mary, servt., 330 W. 7th 
Duwelius Christian, manuf. of cigars and 

dealer in tobacco, &c. , 539 Main 
Duwellius K. :i., dry goods, 299 Central 

av.. h. 10? Richmond 
Duv John, en?raver, 24 W. .ith 

DUZAN WM. W.. 194 Walnut, 
h. s.s. nth Street Market, 
Covington 
Dwellan Susan 242 Plum 

D WELLE WM. P., Mathematical and 
Philosophical Instrument Maker, 
s.w.c. 3d and Sycamore, res. Cov- 
ington 
Dwelling C, widow, c. Dudley and W. 

Liberty 
Dwight Theo. T., cashier U. S. Exp. Co., 

bds. Spencer House 
Dwire John, blksmith, ISO Pearl 
Dwire Thos., servt., 110 W. 4th 
Dwire Thos., waiter, Burnet House 
Dwire Wm G., 417 Broadway 
Dwyer Ann, vest mkr., 20 New 
Dwyer Anthony, painter, 2n New 
Dwyer Ellen, e.s. Gth n. of Baum 
Dvvyer Jeremiah, lab., 58 E. 6th e. of 

Lock 
Dwyer John, shoemkr., n.w.c. John and 

Klizabeth 
Dwysr Margaret, 213 W. 3d 
Dwyer Martin T., box mkr., 213 W. 3d 
D.vyer Mary. 20 New 
Dwyer P., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Dwyer Patrick, blksmith, e.s. 6th n. of 

Baum 
Dwyer Patrick, lab., SO Butler 
Dwyer Peter, waiter, Midi son House 
Dwyer Thos., tobacconist, e.s. 6th n. of 

Baum 
Dwyer Wm., apprentice, e s. '6th n. of 

Baum 
Dwyer Wm., dray. 4-3 E. Gth 
Dwyre Bridget, 301 W. Sth w. of Central 

av 
Dwyre J. S., lab.. Deer Creek Valley 
Dwyre Johannah, 90 E. 3d 
Dwyre Patrick, blksmith, wks. 152 W. 

Court 



Dwyre Wm., coppersmith, wks. 123 E. 

Pearl e. of Ur.)adway, h. 131 E. Gth 
Dye A. M., phys., bds. 38 E. 4th 
Dye \. M., patent bedstead and bottoms, 

129 W. 5th 
Dye Anthony, lab., 538 Plum 
Dye Hy., li.b.. 96 Freeman 
Dye John C., lab., res. Taylor nr. Carr 
Dye Julia, s.s. Gth b. Elm and Plum 
Dyer A. H., police 9th St. Station 
Dyer Chas. S., notion dealer, 37 Everett 
Dyer Elisha, foreman, s.w.c. Augusta 

and Smith 
Dyer Ellen, s.w.c. 3d and Sycamore 
Dyer Jas., cash boy, 78 W. 4th 
Dyer W., carp., wks. 48 W. Front 
Dyer T , saddler. 9l)Oest 
Dyer Thos., saddle tree mkr., l;f2 Gest 
Dyer Wm. H., carp., rooms s.e.c. 7ihaud 

Main 
Dyett J. A., elk., 225 Hopkins 
Dyliins Anna M., 11)6 Central av 
Dykins Robt A.. 166 Central av 
DyleC..435 W. 3d 
Dyle Michael, teamster, 62 Butler 
Dyle Moses, lao.. 23 Longworth's Bldg., 

s.s. 6th e of Broadway 
Dymond John, lab., 55 E. Sth e. of Lock 
DYMOND R. jr., (Wm. Glenn & Sons,) 

res. 4')9 W. 6th 
Dymond Wm., elk., n.e.c. Walnut and 

2d, bds. 409 W. Gth 
Dzierzanowski Chris., moulder, 67 Kos- 
suth 



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Eabrense , carp.. 275 W. Liberty 

Eade Wm., upholsterer, 101 VV. 4th, h. 

n.w.c. Court and Central av 
Eader John, tailor, 14« Ham. Road 
Eader Wolf, tailor, 146 Ham. Road 
Eads John, eng., n.s Front nr. Coi^p. 

Line 
Eagan Catharine, n.w.c. Sth and Vine 
Eagar Wm. J., b.k., R. G. Dunn & Co's, 

res. Newport 

E.agen , peddler, 183 W. 2d 

Eager Bryan, elk., s.w.c. ;id and Walnut 
Eager Wm. James, elk., s.w.c. 3d and 

Walnut 
Eagle F., elk., Ind. & Cin. depot 
Eagle Fred. W., mach., 390 Broadway 
Eagle House, Augusta b. John and Smith 

EAGLE INSURANCE COMPANY, 
Masonic Temple 

EagleJosephA.,coachmkr.,3]l W.Sth, 
w. of Central av 

EAGLE MATCH COMPANY, 
Office and Factory, 
cor. Freeman and Flint 
Eagle Mary A., bds. 202 W. Court 
Eagle Quinton, mach., 484 John 
Eagle Wm., hinge filter, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Eaglebrenk John, wks. Cin. lead works, 

h. Sycamore Hill 
Eainemann Christian, moulder, 13 Mul- 

beri-y 
Eakle J .cob, watchman, 44S W. Sth 
Eakle Wm. J., carp., bds Indiana House, 

1.39 W. Sth 
Eal Casper, lab., s s. 6th b. Harriet and 

Home 
Ealbers John, lab., 54 High 
Ealy Gilbert, moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Earhard Geo., rear 52 Martin 
Earhardt Wm., quarryman, Browne w. 

of Central av 
Earhart A., carp., 333 Cutter 
Earhart Elizabeth, 30 W. Court w. of 

Central av 
Earhart Geo., lab., 526 E. Front 
Eaiharte Jacob, carp., 289 Joiin 
Earhart Martin, wagon mkr., bds. cor. 

Carr and Gth 
Earhart Phillip, lab., wks. s.e.c. Butler 

and Front 
Earis John, cigar mkr., 49 Elizabeth 
Karl B. W., b.h., 100 Broadway 
Earley Andy, blksmith, 153 Buckeye 
Earley Geo., moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 



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Earley Jeremiah, wks. 146 W. 3d 

Earley Patrick, lab., 242 Bair 

Earley Peter, tailor, 287 Ceutral av.. h. 

284 W. 8th 
Earley Peter, waiter, 172 Vine 
Earley Rijit., vaniisher, 153 Buckye 
Karley Ttios., salesman, 50 W. 2d, h. 128 

Earley Wm. A., elk., bds. loH .Tohn 
Earley Wm. T., teamster, 517 W. 8th 
Earlish .Joseph, elk., ]()6 Clinton 
Earlman H., lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Early Allen, lab., Commerce b. Elm and 

Plum 
Early .Margaret, 1.53 Buckeye 
Early Peter, lab., 53 Longworth's bidg., 

s.s 6tli e. of Broadway 
Early Wil is, servt., 147 \V. 3d 
Early Mary, l,iundress, VM E. 6th 
EARXSUAW John B., (Clias. Rule & 

Co ) E. Waluut Hills 
Earnst John, cauJker, Fulton nr. Weeks 
Earnst Wm., t.^ifcr, 140 Hopkins 
Eartman Louis, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and 

M. Canal 
Easey John. lab., wks. 131 E. Front 
Easip Patrick, lab, 3G5 Sycamore 
Eason Luther, cof. h., "181 Central av 
East T., saddler, wks. 30 E. 5iti, h. New- 
port 
Eastern Texas R.R. office, George W. 

Cochran, n.e.c. 3d and Race 
Easily John, bli. layer, 274 Cutter 
Easton Benj. P., salesman, 232 Main, h. 

Covington 
Easton Florinda, 232 Main 
Easton M. V., bds. 269 (ieorge 

EASTON SIIADFORD, Tanner and 
Currier, and Dealer in Leather, 
Hides and Oil, 232 Main, res. Cov- 
ington 
EASTWOOD Sidney S., (Miller & E.) 

217S Longworth 
Eather John, boiler mkr., rear 173 E 

Front 
Eaton A. B., b.k., 234 W 

Hathaway 
EATON B. D. M.,(E. & Smith,) 269 W. 

?th ' 

Eaton C. B , 178 York 
Eaton Charles P , elk. Commercial Office 

bdi. 2lJ9 W. 7th 
Eaton Kbon, painter, 161 Livingston 
Eaton Emily, 15 H ithaivay 
Eaton Eugene, maoh , bds. 326 Main 
Eaton Fred , shoemkr.. Walnut Hills 
Eaton Hy., (}., elk., 18 Public Landing, 

h. 315 Geor-e Uth 

EATO>f J. 0.,'(E.& Webber,) 330 W. 
Eaton .T;ine. widow, 138 Dayton 

EATil.V JOHN B.. 
Attorney 104 W. 4th, 
h. Avondale 
Eaton Martin P., carp., 409 George 

I^TATOy & SMITH, (B. D. M. Eaton 
1j & T. Jeir. Smith.) Editors and Pub- 
lishers Dramatic Review, 73 W. 3d 
EATON & WEBBER. (J. E. & C. 
T. W..) Photographic Gallery, 1U6 
\y. 4th 
Eaton Winthrop W., 269 W. 7th 
Ehans Thos., potter, 858 W. Front 
Ebbenger Julius, butcher, 163 W. 5th 
Ehherliart Peter, cook. Si- R. Pearl 
KhlKi-s Henry, tailor, 418 Walnut 
Eli.'iliig Christian, millwri'_'hl. 4 Moore 
Eii,.:,le B., porter, wks. 219 Walnut 
Kli. lii.er F. A., 4r.O Sycamore 
E''i,-lliore Frank, breiver, 63 Ahisail 
Ebiilor Kred., b'lker, bils. 1184 E. Front 
Eb'Thardt Chrisiian. carp.. 680 Main 
Ebeihardt George J., iQ. J. & J. J. E.,) 

34 > ?Iain 
EberhanltG. J. & J. ,T., (George J. & 

John J. E..) restaurant, 25 W. 3d 
Eberhardt John J., (0. J. & J. J. E.,) 
.343 Main " 

Eberhardt Max, elk., 343 Main 
Eberhart Valentine, blksmith, e.s. Ham. 

road, nr. Moliawk Bridge 
Eberlein Pankratz, shoemkr., 34 Mul- 



BKRLE CHARLE.S, 

Druggist, s.e.c. Ceutral av. and 5th 



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Eberle Christian, moulder. Freeman nr. 

8th 
Eberle Clemens C, physician, 91 Spring 
Eherle Ily.. carp., 146 Clay 
Eberle Jacob, carp., 1G4 Richmond 
Ebej-le Jacob, pattern mkr., bds. 214 W. 

Front 
Eberle Philip, cof. h., 674 E. Front 
Eberle Wm.. teamster, bds. 393 Broadway 
Eberling John, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Eberle Andrew, wks. Cin.Type Foundry 
Ebers Frederick, cooper, 9 Orchard 
Ebert Chas , mer., bds. 69 W. 6th 
Ebert Conrad, cof. and b. h., River b. 

Lawrence and Ludlow 
Ebert Frank, tinner, bds. 158 Cutter 
Ebert John, candy manufac, s.w.c. 

Harrison av. and Brighton 
Ebert Peter, cof. h., 51 Ham- road 
Ebert Peter, lab., Gth b. Harriet and 

Home 
Ebert Peter, sawyer, W. 6th b. Harriet 
and Home 

Ebertelmann , tanner, wks. s.w.c. 

Lib'?rty and L'nn 
Eherth Mathias. call, mkr.', 40 Elder 
Ebsrts Elizabeth, 13 Madison 
Eberts Frederick, cof. h., ,553 Main 
Ebinger Godfrey, cooper, bds. c. Schaller 

and Central av. 
Ebke John F., cigars and tobacco, 443 

Central av. 
Ebker John H . , grocer, Gest b. Freeman 

and Can- 
Ebling G. John, moulder, 18 Ham. road 
Ebmyer Hy., teamster, 5 Melaucthon 
Ecaproat Mary, 190 .Mound 
Ecbeck John,'(Fox & E .) 98 Mohawk 
Eccles Ann, rear 39 Pike 
Eccles Uy., mach., 120 Plum 
Eccles James, wks. 202 Vine 
Eccles Wm., teacher i:Uh district school 
Ecfelter Louis, bark., Drovers Exchange 
Echeliiieyer Bernardina, 401 Sycamore 
Ecbenbrenner Charles, grocer, s.w.c. 

Race and Henry 
Echermann John, safe lock mkr., rear 

22 Elm, Cherry al. 
Echert Peter, candy mkr., 81 Walnut 
Eohtemann Hy., stonecutter, 64 Abigail 
Eck Hy., finisher, 49 Hughes 
Eck Jacob, salesman, 382 Main, h. 23 
Woodward [av. 

Eck Peter, boots and shoes, 623 Central 
Eck Peter, burr stone mkr , 65 Court 
Ecka Richard, butcher, s.s. Dayton nr. 

Freeman 
Eckel Charlotte L., 128 Ham. road 
Eckel Edward, brewer, bds. 199 W. 6th 
Eckel Hermann, druggist, 128 Ham. road 
Eckel Philip, locksmith, Main b. Canal 

and 12th 
Eekele Florentine, butcher, 429 Vine 
Eckele Paul, meat store, 47 IJth 
EckelhnflfW., shoemkr., wks. 254 W. 5th 
Eckelkamp, George, lab.. 4-:'6 Broadway 
Eckelmann Hy. 15., boots and shoes, 6 

E. 5th, h. 24 Milton 
Eckelmann Lewis, cig. mkr., bds. 640 

Central av. 
Eckelmann Mary, -521 Sycamore 
Eckemeyer Ann, 92 Findlay 
Eckenthaus Hy., dray., 14 Milton 
Ecker George, moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Ecker Jacob, weaver, 24 15th 
Ecker Michael, stone mason, 27 Moore 
Ecker Otto, cooper, bds. 41 E. Front 
Eckerle Michael, butcher, 72 13th 
Eckerman Bernard, chairmkr., 100 Rich- 
mond 
Eckermann Hy. H., shoemkr., 24 Milton 
Eckerniann Rudolf D., shoemkr., 24 

Milton 
Eckermeyer Geo. H., porter, 96 .\bigail 
Eckert Adam, baker, s.w.c. Culvert and 

0th 
Eckert Anton, moulder, 57 Buckeye 
Eckert Casper, c^ih. mkr.. 23 Mercer 
Eckert Cliarles, trun mkr., 518 Vine 
Eckert Daniel, baker, s.w.c. Culvert and 

Gth 

Eckert Edward, gun mkr., wks. 5 18 Vine 

Eckert Frank, lab., Kilgourb.4th and 5th { 

Eckert Frederick, gun mkr., wks. 518 

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Eckert George F., teacher, 518 Vine 
EckertGottlieb.whitewasher, 522 Walnut 
Eckert John, horse trader, 6 Buckeye 
Eckert John, lab., 684 Vine 
Eckert John, lab., s.w.c. Culvert and Gth 
Eckert John, plasterer, 154 Carr 
Eckert Joseph, tailor, 28 Campbell 

ECKERT LORENZ, 
Books and Stationery, 
n.w.c. Walnut and 'l3th 
Eckert Michael, Bank b. Linn and Bay- 
miller 
Eckert Jlichael, Bank b. Baymiller and 

Clark 
Eckert Michael, carp., s.e.c. Walnut and 
Ham. road 

ECKERT MICHAEL, 
Dealer in Leather, Shoe Findings, 
Hides, Oil. fee, 179 Main. Tannyy 
964 Central av., h. 86 Bank 
Eckert Michael, tanner, Clearwater al. 

b. Baymiller and Linn 
Eckert R.iimund, glass stainer, 47 E. 3d 

h. 305 Clark 
Eckert Susan, wi,low, 188 Hopkins 

ECKERT TIIOS. F., 
President Western Insurance Co., 
Otfice Ins. Building, n.e.c. Main 
and Front, res. Colerain Turnpike 
Eckfoi'd James, mach., 348 George 
Eckliardt Conrad, varnisher, wks. s.w.c. 

2d and John 
Eckhardt Henry, elk. County Auditor's 

Ottice, h. 26 Orchard 
Eckhart A., locksmith, 188 Hopkins 
Eokhart W. II., conductor C. II. & D. 

R. R., bds. Burnet House 
Eckhart Wm., elk., 14 Arch 
Eckle J. G., police 9ih street station 
Eckler Martin, shoemkr., s.w.c. 14th 

and Race 
Eckmau John B., porter, 20 Walnut, h. 

105 W. 2d 
Eckman Richard, lab., II Providence 
Ecknias .A.nna, servt., IGG W. Court w. 

of Central av. 
EckoaHv..084 Main 

I;iCKSXEIN F. & CO., 
(, WetiierilTs Perfumery, 
^ 1.") Hammond 
ECKSTEIN Frederick, (SuireE,& Co..) 

275 W.4tlj 
Eckstein John, cig. mkr., n,e.c. 8th and 

Walnut 
Eckstein John, lab., C.Oliver and Central 

av. 
Eckstein Martin, finisher, wks. 122 E.2d 
Eckstein P. J., storekeeper, Spencer 

House 
Eckstein Roman, Leblno;^ Road 
Ecksler Jos., grocer, n.e.c. Gth and Carr 
Ecksler. Philip, potter, 26 Mohawk 

ECLECnC MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 
n.w.c. Court and Plum 

Eddemann Hy., salesman, 4 Lootsey 
fiddington Alex., carp., 102 Sycamore 
Eddis-jn Jas., shoemkr., wks.23u W. 5th 

h. 151 Central av. 
Eddy A. H., foreman at 181 Walnut, res. 

Covington 
Eddy Hiram, blksmith, s.w.c. Harriet 
Eddy Joseph, blksmith, 141 E. Pearl e. 

of Broailway 
Eddy Joseiih, mach., wks. at A. B. 

llokibird & Co. 
Eddy Solomon, lab., 141 E. Pearl e. of 

Broadway 
Eddy Spencer, blksmith, 141 E. Pearl e. 

of Broadway 
Edelmann Henry, moulding mkr., wks. 

168 Main 
Edelmann Michael, cof. h. 17 Ham. road 
Eiler John, grocer, 50 Jones 
Ederbreok George, sawyer, wks. Header 

& Go's 
Edgar A lex., elk., bds. n.w.c. Broadway 

and Pearl 
Edgar George, bds. s.w.c. Smith and 5th 
Edgar Jonathan, b.k. 85 Main, h. New- 
port 
Edgar Richard J., b. k , 221 W. 5thl 
Edgar S. -M., sawyer, 219 W. 3d 
Edgar Thomas, wks. 69 E. Front 
Edseiey Ttiom.as. eng., e.s. Barnes al. b. 

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Edgley Edmn G., mach., 42 Central av. 
Edinirer John, varnisher, 443 Sycamore 
EJler Hugo, carp., bJs. 34i E. front 
Edineston James, shoemkr., 60 Baam 
Kiimeston Nancy, 60 Baum 
EDMESTON Wm. P., (Hunter E. & 

Co.,) 382 W. .5th 
Edmonds Theo., bvkUiyer 28 Franklin 
Edmonds I'lios., cooper, 319 Broad\vay 
Edmondson Jas., shoemkr., Buum b. 3d 

and Gth 
Edmonson Andrew, whiteivasher, 234 

Longvvorth 
Edmonson Jas., barber shop, n.w.c. 5th 

and Central av. Uji stairs 
Kdsall Margaret, bils. 30i W. 5th 
Edsel G. P., plumber. Western Museum, 

h. 34 W. 3d 
Edvers Alfred, basket mkr., Oregon nr. 

Observatory Road 
Edvvard A. D., carriage mkr., bds 29 W. 

7th 

Edwards 53 E. 3d 

EDVVAPvDS Abm. C Sec. Union Ins. 

Co., ollice 5 Public Landing, h 317 

Longworth 
Ddwards Alfred, basket mkr., Oregon nr. 

Observatory Road 
Edwards Almira, s.s. Front below Hill 
Edwards C. 0., b. k., 55 Wade 
Edwards D. I., elk., 8.! Laurel 
Edwards David, wagon mUr., bds. 25 

Ricl)mond e. of Central av. 
Edwards E. A., salesman, HOW. 5th, 

h. 424 George 
Edwards Edward, coachman, wks. 175 

W. Glh, bds. Southgate House 

EDWARDS EDWIN, 
Attorney and Notary, n.e.c. 5th 
arid Walnut 
Edwards Edwin A., stone cutter, 117 

Clinton 
Edwards Evan, carp., 117 Clinton 
Edwards Evan, wood turner, 25 Rich- 
mond b. Plum and Elm 
Edwards H. A., salesman, 65 W. Pearl, 

bds. Walnut St. House 
Edwards Henry, eng., 50 Pierson 
Edw:irds Isaac, butter merchant, 25 

Richmond b. Plum and Elm 
Edwards Isaac, dray., V)8 Baymlller 
Edwards Isaac N., carp., Fulton b. Ha- 

zen and French 
Edwards J., s.s. 5th b. John and Central 

av. 
Edwards James, cooper, Gest b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Edwards Job, lab., s.s. Front below Hill 
Edwards John, oik., '• Times," h Rich- 
mond 7 doors from Harriet 
Edwards John, moulder, h. 160 W. 

Front 
Edwards John McL., teacher Hughe's 

High School, bds. 160 Longworth 
Edwards John W., teamster, rear 43 Mill 
Edwards Joseph, iBroadwell & E.) 1434 

e. Front 
Edwards Julia, n.s. Front below Tor- 

rence 
Edwards Julian, 26 Harrison 
Edwards Kate, servt., 176 Barr 
Edwards M. N., carp., 177 W. Court, w. 

of Central av. 
Edwards Maggy, servt., 136 Main 
Edwards Paden, eng., 18 Elizabeth 
Edwards R., wks. 69 E . Front 
Edwards Rudolph, foundryman, 58 

Oregon 
Edwards Sarah, bds 19 Longworth 
Edwards Sarah, rear 3U0 V7. 8th w. of 

Central av 
Edwards Thomas, clergyman, 46 New 
Edwards Thomas, carp", 19 Gest 
Edwards Thom.is, bds. 287 W. 5th 
Edwards Welsh, Nationil Theater 
Eel Casper, b k., 98 Barr 
EE LLS George H. ,(Dana, Roseter & Co.) 

Marietta, 0. 
Effebert Henry, lamplighter 115 Carr 
Etfelein John, lab., 16 Milton 
ECer J., rag dealer, 651 W. Front 
Effing Herman, cab. mkr. 33 Green 
Effinger Jacob, barber, 4 Sycamore 
Effingrir Jno. cof. h. 6 Sycamore 
Effinger Martin, lab., Dayton aL b. Bay- 
miller and Linn 



Effingher Francis, carp. 151 Everett 
Effray Ale.Kander, Gent's Furnishing 

Goods, 174 Vine 
Efker G. H., grocer, 632 Race 
Eftermann Bernard, lab., wks. 89 W. 2d 
Egau G. Alvin, crimper, s.e.c. Syca- 
more and 2d, res. Covington 
Egan James, foreman, 86 Elm, h 204 

Richmond 
Egan James, lab., c. Pennock al. and 

Linn 
Egan John, lab., 105 W. 3d 
Egan John, ticket agent 0. & M. R. R., 

Longworth nr. Stone 
Egan Lawrence, lab., bils. Fulton b 

Vance and Stone al. 
Egan Margaret, servt. 305 Race 
Egan Martin, lab., 142 George 
Egan Patrick, finisher, bds. 204 Rich- 
mond 
Egan Patrick, porter. Walnut St. House 
Egan Peter, lab., h. Brooks al. nr. Park 
Egan Sanford, salesman, 93 Main, h 

Covington 
Egan William, mach., Carr b. Gest and 

Richmond 
Egan Wm. P.. elk., 33 and 34 Main, bds. 

Gibson House , 
Egljert George, blksmith, 126 Carr 
Egbus George, lab., 35 Baum 
Ege Freeman, tinner, 38 E. Pearl, h 

Newport 
Egelhalf Charles, Stewart, h 3.)6 Main 
Egelhoff William, porter, 107 W. Pearl, 

h 90 W. 2d 
Egelston J. L., elk. Hatch & Hall, h. 

Covington 
Eger John, tinner, bds. 31 Race 
Egert Henry, blksmith, wks. JU9 W. 7th, 

h. 34 Pleasant 
Eggameyer G. Henry, porter, s.w.c. 

Walnut and 3d, h 69 Abigail 
Eggers Alfred, tinner, 107 Woodward 
Eggers Anthon, lab., 107 Woodward 
EGGERS August, (E. & Co.) Walnut 

Hills 
Eggers Bernard, lab., 59 Abigail 

EGGERS & CO., 
(August E. & Geo. H. Garlichs) 
Wholesale Manufacturers of Gilt 
Mouldings and Frames and Dealers 
in Looking Glasses, Artists .Materi- 
als, Bookbinder's Stock, &c., 168 
Main, up stairs 
Eggers E., bds. Walnut St. House 
Eggers George, bds. s.w c. Sm,thand5th 
Eggers George, chair painter, 401 Broad- 
way 
Eggers H. mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
EGGERS John, (E. & Wilde) bds. Wal. 

nut St. House 
Eggers John, teamster, 213 W. 3d 
Eggers W.,brklLiyer, 186 Everett 

EGGERS & WILDE, 
(John E. & Augustus W.) Paper 
and Stationery, Books, Prints and 
Drawing 31aterials, 317 Main 
EggertC.,391 W. Liberty 
Eggert C, cigar mkr., 150 Everett 
Eggert F , bar k , 33d Central av. 
Eggert Frank, wks. n.e.c. Pearl and Mi- 
ami Canal 
Eggert W., cigars and tobacco, 277 Cen. 

tral av., h. 235 George 

Eggleston bds Bevis House 

Eggleston B. H., bds. Bevis House 
EGGLBSTONBenj., (Wilson E. & Co.) 

78W.i^th 
Eggleston Christian, lab., 6th b. Broad. 

way and Culvert 
Eggleston Daniel, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Eggleston Darius, 35 W. Canal, h. 165 

VV. 9th 
Eggleston G. L., salesman, n.e.c. Front 

and Walnut, h. Covington 
Eggleston Maria. 173 Elm 
Eggleston William, salesman, 165 W. 

Fearl,-bds. 105 Race 
Eggstein F., grinder and polisher, 517 

Central av.,h 60 I4th 
Egleston E. U.. agt. American Whip 

Co., 17 E. 3d, bds. Bevis House 
Egli Joseph, turner. 10 Webb, wks. Cab. 

Mkrs. Union 



EGLY & DOBMEYER, 
(.ioseph E. K. & Josenh J. D.) At- 
torneys, n.w,c. Court and Main 
Egly Jacob A., student, 2:1 Webster 
EGLY Joseph E.. (E. & Dybmeyer) 23 

Webster ' 

Egly Joseph, cab. mkr. rear 10 Webb 
Egiu'^yer Maitin, teainit;;r, 261 Carr 
Eguer Christian, button mkr. 13 Hunt 
Kg. .11 Clias., primer, 32 W. Gth 
Eha G^>tleiii, (Up,if & E.) 667 Race 
Ehemann Cliri.stoph, paper bo.x mkr., 12 



£ 



IIINGERERHARD, 

Family Groceiy, 542 



Elilein Philip, teacher, 96 Bremen 

IIULEN ANTHONY, 
\j Druggist, s.w.c. 5th and Tine 

EHLEN JOHN H., 
Leather and Findings, 216 and 218 
Main, h. 373 Elm 
Ehlen Joseph, baker, bds. 650 Vine 
Elder E., (Ilor.sley & E.) s.e.c. Plum 

and Cherry Alley 
Ehler J., plainer, wks. 48 W. Front 
Ehler John, carp., wks., 43 VV. Front 
Ehier Mary, 138 Buckeye 
Ehlerdiog P. H., blksmith, Findlay b. 

Freeman and Baymiller 
Ehlers Christian, 16 Mulberry 
Ehlers John, elk., 507 Sycamore 
Ehlers John, elk., 529 Sycamore 
Ehlers Rebecca, 529 Sycamore 
Ehling John, lab., Iii2 Abigail 
Ehlinger John, mach., wks. 30 Butler 
Ehlmann Herman B., stable keeper, 600 

Main 
Ehman Chas., gilt moulding mkr., 12 

Abigail 
Ehman John, carp., 107 W. 5th 

Ehmann 26 Mercer 

Ehmann August, Charlotte b. Linn and 

Baymiller 
Ehman Carl, cook, 518 Main 
Ehmann Christian, paper box mkr., 12 

Abigail 
Ehmer Joseph, cof. h.,s.e.c. Liberty and 

Bremen 
Ehrel Peter, cig. mkr.. 20 Logan 
Ehres August, mer., 63 W. Court 

EHRGOTT.FORBHIGER & CO., 
(Peter E. & Adolphus F.) Lith- 
ographers, ccc, s.w.c. 4th and 
Walnut 
Ehrgott J., printer, room 2, s.w.c. 4th 

and Walnut 
Ehrgott Martin, lithographer, 22 Charles 
EHRGOTT Peter, (E., Frobriger & Co.) 

55 Allison 
Ehrhard Jacob, painter, bds. 613 Race 
Ehrhardt Elizabeth, chair caner, 52 Mar- 
tin 
Ehrhardt Frederick Jacob, lab., 563 Vine 
Ehrhardt George, wks 440 E Front 
Ehrhardt Louisa, chair caning, 52 Mar- 
tin 
Ehrhart Christian, lab., wks at Johnson, 

Morton & Go's 
Ehrhart Frederick, cigar mkr. wks. 455 

W.5th 
Ehrich Frederick, soap mkr., 402 Baymil- 
ler 
Ehrinmann John, tailor, 124 Spring 
Ehrle C. W., stocking mauufac. 698 

Central av. 
Ehrligh Joseph, salesman 211 Main 
Ehrmau Barbara, 178 W. 6th 

EHRMANN BERNARD, 
Physician, 46 W. 7th 

Ehrmann F., phys., 56 W. 7th 
Ehrmann Frank, stone cutter, 664 Elm 
Ehrmann Henry B., livery stable, 593 

Main 
Ehrmann Michael, brewer, 400 Sycamore 
Ehrmantral M., moulder, wks. Hunt e. 

Broadway 
Ehrmantrant John, porter, 14 Avery 
Eibeck Peter, potter, 34 Hughes 
Eiberweiser Joseph, wine press mkr., 

rear 407 Central av.. h GC Wade 
Etbrecht Bertlein, lab., 166 Clay 
Eich Peter, eng., wks. W. R. Dunlap & 

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Eichberg Frederick, (Friedman, Hirsh &. 
E.) 199 Longworth 

Eiche Oscar, barber shop. 181 Vine 

Eichelberger John, grocer, 108 W. Lib- 
erty 

Eichelherger Joseph, carp, shop, 46 
Buckeve, h. 197 Bavmiller 

Eichele Jobn, lab., 3 Mary 

Eichenlaub Catharine, 278 W. Liberty 

Eichenlaub Edwin, moulder, 187 Ham. 
Road 

Eichenlaub Frank, brewer, C05 Vine 

Eichenlaub G. F.. 6U.i Hamer 

Eichenlaub George, distiller, wks. s.w.c. 
Kilgour and Pearl 

Eichenlaub George, eng., 21 Mercer 

Eichenlaub, Goifred. cik., '"46 Race 

Eichenlaub Valentine, cof."h. 218 Vine 

Eichert I'eter, baker, 13 Mary 

Eichhold Ferdinand, turner, 277 Broad- 
way 

Eichholt Ferdinand, turner, bds 277 
Brbadway, 

Eich'ioU Lewis, cab.mkr., bds. 277 Broad- 
way 

Eichholz Louisa, servt., 170 Richmond 

EICHHOLZ Solomon, (M. E. ic Broth- 
er.; 3183^ Main 

EICIIUOLZ Jl. & BROTHER, (May- 
er E. and Solomon E.) Snuff and 
T.baccuSlSi Main 

EICHIIOLZ Mayer, (M. E. & Bro.) res. 
Philadelphia 

Eichiinrn John, brewer, rear, 492 E< 
Front 

Eichler Ily., bar k., bds. 216 Walnut 

Eichler Jiihn, Le''anoii Road 

Eichler Wm., bar k., 2{.'9 Vine 

Eichmiller Christopher, wks. 830 Cen- 
tral av. 

Eichner Michael, cof. h., s s. Harrison 
av.. b. Patterson and Riddle 

Eicholtz Otto, carp., 19 Abigail 

Eichsberg Fred., furniture dealer, 199 
Longworth 

EicKbush Hy., wagoner, wks. s.e.c. 12th 
and Plum. h. 8(i Melanctlion 

EICKEXHORS I" & ARBXS, (Hy. E. 
& Ausiust A.) Flour Dealers, 427 
Main c. Canal 
EICKKNHUKST Henry. (E. & Arens.) 

28 Milton 
Eickenhurst Louis, dray, 12 Milton 
Eierle Joseph, foreman, 11 ):Uh 
Eifert Henry, varnisher. bds. 414 Wal- 
nut 
Eigholt Louis, cab. mkr., 277 Broadway 
Elgler Jacob, carp., wks. 89 W. :',d 
Eile Millie., recluse, Coveut of the Good 

Shepherd 
Eileirs Bernard, turner, 79 Augusta 
Eiiermann Herman, lab., bds.9n E.2d 
Eilers Hy., peddler, 11(5 Longworth 
Ei!ersHy.,shoemkr , lOn Hunt 
Eilers John, furniture and chair ware 

rooms. 47 W. 5th, h. 596 Race 
Eiles Hy., lab., 309 Broadway 
Eilixmann Joseph, lab., c. Liberty and 

' Bay miller 
Eimhotf Jonn, barli€r,345 Broadway 
Einhaus Fred., grocer, 478 W. oth 
Eiuhaus Joseh U. C, porter, 4G Walnut, 

h. 480 W. 5th 
Eisele Francis, boots and shoe, 173 Free- 
man 
Eisele Francis, printer, 6f)0 Vine 
EISEMAN Abraham, (Bloch & E.)bds. 

Silvester House 
Eise(i:ann Geo., trader, 73 Bremen 
Eiscnschmidt Julius, baker. '.'8 W. 5th 
Eiserle John, moulder, 646 Race 

EITH BENJAMIN, 
Coffee House, 
674 Race 
Ekelmann Louis, cigar mkr., 640 Cen- 
tral av. 
Ek1:er Casper, carp., 13 Mercer 
Eland H.. blind mkr., wks. 230 Vine, res 

Covington 
Ebbers Joseph, varnisher, 13 Park 
Elbershart Guslavus, tailor, bds. 220 

Walnut 
Elbershart Hy., shoemkr.,bd3. 220 Wal- 
nut 
Elbert Chas., porter, 22 E. 7th 
Elbert John, baker, Harriet nr. Front 



ELBLE CHRISTOPHER, 
Merchants Saloon, 116 Walnut, 
h 432 Walnut 

Elble Epelone, widow. Freeman b. Bank 
and Central av 

Elbreg Fred. W , med. student, 395 
Broadway 

Elberg Geo. J., marble cutter, bds. 395 
Broadway 

Elbreg Hy., vinegar factory, 395 Broad- 
way 

Elbreg John A., shoemkr., 213 Everett 

Elbrock Dedreick, lab.. i:il Pleasant 

Elden Wm.. salesman, 9U Broadway, res. 
Newport 

Eldermann Geo., cab. mkr., 80 Ritten- 
house 

Eldis Hy., elk., American Express Co., 
bds. Gibson House 

Eldridse .4nn, 14 Freeman 

Eldredge Joseph, confec , bds., 48 E. 
Pearl 

Eldris Phillip, teacher, 59 Providence b. 
Oliver and Find I ay 

Eleiuer Georch. moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 

Elems Hy., lithographer, 2 Burnet, res. 
Newport 

Elerding Hy., blksinith, 235 Findlay 

Elfers Antimia, printer, 335 W. 5th 

Elfcrs Helen, 72 Abigail 

Elfers Hy., lab.. 29 Ham. Road 

Eilers Joseph, varnsher, 72 Abigail 

Elferst Bernard, chair painter, wks. s.w. 
c. Augusta and Smith 

Elfus Bernard, vajnisher, Longworth b. 
St.me and Hoadly 

Elfus John, lab.. 6?U Main 

Elgies Bernard H., lab., Abigail b. Pen- 
dleton and Dayton 

Elglert Fred., wks. 061* Elm 

EUasE. H.,64i W.5th 

ELIAS HENRY P., 
Whniesaie and Retail Dealer in 
Watches. Jewelry, Etc., 16 W.4th 
Elias L.. peddler, 5T George 
E ias Richard H., 16 W. 4th 
Elias Wm., clU.. 16 W. 6th 
Elick John A., cook. lP5 Laurel 
Elinghous M., 527 Freeman 
Eliza Eliza, seamstress, 24i E. 4th 
Elizabeth II , 73 George 
Elker Francis 542 E. Front 
Elkers John, stonemason. 509 Vine 
Elkins John, porter, 106 W. Pearl h. 72 

Gano 
Elkis Conrod, carp., 187 Laurel 
Elkm^nn Bernard, clergyman, h. 61 

Clay 
Ell Peter, cartman, 29 Grant 
Ell Pljilip, turner, 29 Grant 
Ellach John, carp. 5'.i3 Sycamore 
Elle Gustavus, bds. American Hotel 
Elle Louis, bds. American Hotel 
EUenbash Peter, peddler, 496 Linn 
Ellendorf Hy., brewer, wks. Kaufnan's 

Brewery 
Ellenwood S,, messngr.. American Exp. 

Co., bds. Broadway Hotel 
Eller Benj., elk., 112 Bremen 
Eller John, carp., 99 Pendleton 
Ellerdink Wm., blksmith, 717 Freeman 
Ellerhorst Caspar, tanner, 26 Canal 
Elleiman Hy , gardener, w.s. Western 

av. b Davton and Poplar 
EUerman John F. H., porter, n.e.o. Wal- 
nut and 2d, h. 185 W. 2d 
EUermann Fred.. 13.) York 
Eiiermann George, cab. mkr., 50 Ritten- 

house 
EUery E. II. R., printer, s.w.c. Pearl & 

M lin, h. 289 W. ^th 
Ellos Alfred, printer, 417 Broadway 
Ellick John, cooper, 581 Freeman 
Ellinger Jacob, finisher. .52 Bium 
Ellington Wm. H., watchman, h. Tay- 
lor nr. Carr 
Elliott A., (Harwood & E.) res. Glenn 

Grove 
Elliott E., 428 W. 5th 
Elliott Elizabeth, 14 Park 
Elliott Hervey. conductor, I. & C. R.R., 

bds. Gibson House 
Elliott J., stone cutter, wks. s.w.c. 5th 

and Broadway 
Elliott J. B.,bd3. 107 Pike 



ELLIOTT JAMES. Attorney at Law 
Hnd Notary Public, s.e.c. Court and 
Main, h. 159 Race 
Elliottj auies,, blksmith, 67 Abigail 
Elliott James, elk., Indianapolis Freight 

Depot, h. ,52U W. 3d 
Elliott James, marble polisher, 2&2 Broad- 
way 
Elliott James F., cook, 52 E. Sth e. of 
•Lock 

ELLIOTT JOHN B., 
Superintendant American Patent 
Company, bds. 37 Pike 
Elliott Mary, bk. folder, wks. Ill Main 
Elliott Miiry, s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Elliott Samuel B., b.k.,21 W. Sth 
Elliott T. R., elk., 32 Main, h. 457 W. 

6th 
Elliott Walter, law student, 30 W. 4th, 

bds. 4.J7 W. Oth 
Elliott Wm., mach..587K W. Sth 

Ellis . 337 W. 6th 

Ellis Mde.. phys.. 153 ,Tohn 
Ellis Alexander, teamster, 5 New 

ELLIS C. A., 
Physician, 
153 John 
Ellis Chas., 2S6 W. 8th 
Ellis Chas., cai-p.. 4464 W. Sth 
Ellis Chas. B., salesman, 10a W. Pearl, 

bds. 52 VV. 9th 
Eliis Chas. L. B . painter, bds. 153 John 
Ellis Chas. W.. bds. 52 VV. 9ih 
Ellis Davi.l.real estate agt., 120 Hopkins 
Ellis E. C, elk., 140 Main 
Ellis Elizii, 1 6 Broadway 
Ellis Elizabeth seamstress. 3 Linn 
Ellis Flora, e.s. Lock b. 6ih and f-th 
Ellis Garanville. (Crapo & E.) : Mound 
Ellis Ge..., (£. & Richardson.) 38 E. 5th 
Ellis H. A .54 E. tith 
Eliis 11 & J.. (Hy. &. John,) flour mers. 

37 Water 
Ellis 11.V., tH.& John E.) s.w.c. Vine 

and 7th 
Ellis Hy., lab., 684 Main 
Ellis Hy., boatman. 5 New 
Ellis Hy.. tinner, 16(1 Baymiller 
Ellis Hy. C, shoemkr., 292 Elm 
Ellis James, porter, 5 New 
Eilis John. H. & J E.) bds. 120 Mill 
Ellis Jolin, foreman at Smith's Di.stilery 
Ellis Jahn, mach., wks.. Gas Works 
Ellis John, policeman, 63 W. 6th 
Ellis John B., miller, c. Berner and Di- 
vision 
ELLIS JOHN W.. (E. McAlpin & Co.l 

38(1 W. 6ih 
Ellis Jonathan, boot and shoemkr., 195 

Smith, h. 117 Park 
Ellis L., p .inter, bds. 100 W.5th 
Ellis Lewis, teamster,6 New 

ELLIS. McALPIN & CO.. (.lohn W. 
E.. G. W. A., J. E. Polk. Jed. He- 
berd.) Wholesale Dry Goods, 108 
W. Pearl and HOW 3d 

ELLIS & PADGETT, (R. E. & E. S. 
P., Mattressaud General Upholster- 
in ir. 136 Sycamore 
ELLIS R., Jr. & CO., (Rowland E., 
jr. & James W. Vinton,) Bankers, 
l.i W. 3d 
Ellis Rebecca, laundress. 63 E. 7th 
Ellis Kichard, boatman, 319 John 
Ellis Richard G., salesman, 53 Slain, h. 

54 E. Oth 
Ellis & Richardson, (G. E. & J. W. K.) 

saloon. 199 Vine 
ELLIS Robert, (E. & Padgett.) 48 E. 

8lh 
E'lis Rowland. 211 Loneworth 
ELLIS Ro»land,jr., (R. K., jr. & Co.) 

238 W. 4th 
Ellis Thos. A., policemm, 149 Hopkins 
Ellis S., shoemkr., 58 David 
Ellis Susan, laundress, 273 Walnut 
Ellis Wm., brush mkr., bds. li.5 W. Sth 
Eilis Wm., porter, 5 New 
Ellis Wm. R , bds. 171 George 
Ellison Abner N., blksmith, 183 W. 

Front 
Ellison Arch., elk., L. M. R. R., bds. 

Spencer House 
Ellison Debor.ih. 183 W. Front 
Ellison Josephine, 185 W. Vv nt 
Ellison Leonidas, finisher, 183 W. Front 



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Ellison Robert, carp., h. nr. 6th b. Carr 

and Harriet 
ELLISON Wra., (Campbell, E. & Co., 

Manchester, O 
Ellman Eliza, 49 \V. 8th 
Kllman Joseph, cof. h., Landing b. Br'd- 

way and Ludlow 
Ellman B., hoots and shoes, w.s. Plum 

b. Water and River 

Ellmann C, shoemkr., Landing b. Br'd- 
way and Ludluw 

Ellsler Effie, actress, bds. c. 3d & Broad- 
way 

Ellsler'riy., elk., Adams Exp. Co., bds. 

c. 3d and Broadway 

Ellsler John A., jr., lessee, Wood's The- 
ater, s.e.c. (kh and Vine, bds. s.w.c. 
Broadway and 3d 
EUum Jas., lab., bds. n.s. Front b. Fos- 
ter and Corp. line 
Ellworth Ann, seamstress. 381 W. 8th 
Elman Alexander, carp., 60 Green 
EImauh:iu5 F. II., grocer, 440 Linn 
Elmaun Jnseiili, cof. h., .56 Broadway 
KlnilierL!er Kate, servt.. Main St. House 
Elmer CI. rlstim. dray., 156 Bremen 

ip LMERS & FORKNER (Willard E. & 
ii J. F.) Iron Founders, 
'' 6(10 and 6ti'2 W. 5th 

Elmer John, carriage driver, bds. 83 Sy- 
camore 

ELMES Willard (E. & Forkner), bds. 
345 George 

Elmes Webster, atty., 6 B. 3d, res. Clif- 
ton 

Elms Hy., lithographer, 119 Walnut 

Elpmann Hy., lab., s.s. Green b. Race 
and l^leasant 

Elroch Wm., printer, 131 Pleasant 

Elsas Isaac, elk., 109 W. Pearl, h. 185 
W. lid [4th 

ELSAS Jacob (E., Jones & Co.) 120 E. 

ELSAS, JONES & CO., (Jacob E. & 
Frank X. Bruunstein;, Wholesale 
Clothieis, 109 W. Pearl 
Elsas Jossph, bds. s.w.c. 7th and Wal- 
nut 
Elsche George H.. cof. h., 497 Sycamore 
Elcher Herman, lab., 444 W. 3d 
Elsen George, porter, 20 E. Pearl 

ELSBNHEIMERJ. GKOKGE, 
Coiree and Boarding House, 
412 Vine 
Elsenheimer John, musician, 447 Wal. 

nut 
Elsing Hy., car driver, bds. 17 Barr 
Elsing IIv., moulder, 16 W. 14th 
Eisner Edward, cigar mkr., 550 Main 
Elster Jesse, car trimmer, wks. 9 E. 6th, 
bds. 192 Sycamore 

ELST.N'ER & FISHER (L. E. & Wil- 
liam F ) Deer Creek Mills, 
Lock b, 4th and 5th 

Elstner Herman A.,teacher of music,422 
Vine 

Elstner J., 177 Broadway 

Elstner Jo.seph, fluur mill. c. Broadway 
and 9th, h. Avocidale 

Elstner M., agt. flouring mill, 294 Broad- 
way, h. Avondale 

Elstner Wm. C, b.k. of Deer Creek Mills, 
. res. 177 Broadway 

Elston Helen F., seamstress. Pleasant 
Court b. Race and Elm 

Elston Wm. H.. puinter, Pleasant Court 
b. Race and Elm 

Bistro Hy., brkla.ver, 399 Sycamore 

Elthouse Ferdinand, watchmkr., bds- s 
w.c. 5th and Smith 

Elton Allen brklayer, Deer Creek Valley 

Elvis Wm. Hy., carp.. Hill nr Martin 

Ely John, clli., 140 Main, h. 197 Long- 
worth 

Ely Seneca W., secy, and treas. Passen- 
ger R. R. Co. and City Passenger R. 
R. Co., 32 W. 4th, h. 197 Longworth 

Elzner Hugo, porter, 49 W. 4th, h. 561 
Vine 

Emanuel J. H.. ale saloon, 182 Walnut, 
h. n.e.c. 3dandPirk 

Embus Br-rn;ir-1. Ml Woodward 

Embus Bernard, tanner, wks. c. Cul- 
vert and .)th 

Emenholz Dietrich, lab., 22 Mulberry 

Ement Wm.. finisher, Baymilier b. Barr 
and George 



Emerson , Boal b. Sycamore and 

Young 
Emerson Bridget, 31 Gano 
Emerson Edwin S., druggist, s.e-c Pearl 

and Broadway, h. Ill4 Longworth 
Emerson Hy. jr (N. W. Emerson & Co ) 

64 E. 4th 
Emerson James, brush mkr., wks. 211 

Walnut 
Emerson John, bds. rear 86 Broadway 
Emerson John, painter, 44 E. 3d, bds. 

International 
Emerson Jonathan, horse dealer, 84 12th 
Emerson N. W. (N. W. E. & Co.), 64 E. 

4th 
Emerson N. W. & Co. (N. W. E., T. L. 

Maodonald & H. Emerson jr.,) gro- 
cers, 47 Walnut 
Emerson Samuel, bds, rear 86 Broadway 
Emerson Saml. W., painter, wks. 44 E. 

3d 
Emerson T. J., piano tuner, 50 W. 4th, 

h. 3d, nr. Main. Covington [3d 

Emerson Wm., trunk mkr., wks. 69 W. 
Emerson Wm. D., atty., n.e.c. 3d and 

Hammond 
Emery B., dry goods, 647 Central av 
Emery John* carp., wks. 161 E Front 
Emery J. A., hostler, s.w.c. ilh and Sy- 
camore 
EMERY J.J. (Thomas E. & Sons;, 301 

W. 4th 
Emery J. Howard, b.k,, s.e.e. Vine and 

Water, res. 3<il W. 4th 
Emery Keziah, 301 W. 4th 
Emery Mary A., 549 Central av 
Emery Maurice, elk., 295 Main 
Kraery Thomas, carp., wks Hil E Front 
EMERY Thomas J. (Thomas E. & Sons) 

3UI W. 4 th 

EMERY THOMAS & SONS) (Thomas 
J. E. & J. J. E.) Lard Oil & Can- 
dle Makeis, s.e.c. VinecSi Water 
Erahof H., tanner, wks. s.w,c. Liberty 

and Linn 
Emii?er Joseph, turner, 117 Belts 
Eraigholz Fred., shoemkr., 249 Clark 
Emigholz H., cab. mkr., 53 Pine 
Eminger Joseph, wood turner, ll7 Betts 
Emink Wm.. lab., w.s. Baymillerb. Barr 

and George 
Emmeluth Justice, bedstead mkr., 616 

W. 8th 
Emmeoth Justas, cab. mkr., 616 W. 8th 
Emmert Fred., turner, wks. 517 Central 

av 
Emmertrauth John, salesman. 14 Haraer 
Emmet Adam, painter, I4;i Baymiller 
Emmet Fred, turner, bds. c. Wade and 

Central av 
Emmett Geo. A., cigar mkr., 61 Abigail 

Kmmig , 9 Moore 

Emming Bernard, 158 E.5th 
Kmminger Duminicus, porter, 49 W. 2d, 

h..512 Vine 
EMRICH Philip (Sprenger & E.) 346 

Main 
Emrick D. L., druggist, n. w.c. Clinton 

and John 
Emrick Joseph, bark., 437 Vine 
Emshlor Wra., 499 Sycamore 
Emsheimer Isaac, elk., c. 6th and Broad- 
way 
Emshoff Hy., shoemkr., 24 Mansfield 
Emskamp Oning, shoemkr., 4;i4 Syca- 
more 
Endebock Hy. H., elk., 48 Walnut, h.65 

Oliver 
Endebrock Fred., lab.. 65 Oliver 
Endebrock J. A., stone mason. 50 Pleas- 
ant 
Ender Hy., shoemkr., 408 E. Front 
Enderbrock Wm., porter, 61 Main 
Enderhess J., tailor, bds. 464 Walnut 
Enders Louis, turner, h. Clinton b. Linn 

and B lymiller 
Endlich Robert C, carriage mkr., 57 

Woodward 
Endre.ss J . A., cigar store and loan office, 

216 Walnut 
Endress Jobn.bds. Tremont House 
Endress John A., salesman. 81 W. Pearl 
Endress Wm. H., cigars retail, 38 E . 3d 
Enehurck Wm., iiorter, 9 E. Liberty 
Kngberson Bernard, lab., n.s. Front b. 
Foster and Corp. line 



Engberson Hy., blksmitli, n.s. Front b. 

Foster and Corp. line 
Engberson Wm.. grocer, n.s. Front, b. 

Foster and Corp. line 
Engebeck Joseph, varnislier, h. 97 Pen- 
dleton 
Engel Adam, butcher, 83 Pindlay 
Engel Adam, me'U store, 74 Diiiilap 
Engel Adolph, butcher, 88 Fiudlay 
Engel, Chas., gilt moulking mkr., bds. 

Teutonia House 
Engel Christopher, cook, 21 E. Pearl 
Engel Frank, shoemkr., 13il Ham. Road 
Engel Fred., cof. h., 675 Vine 
Engel Fred., lab., 545 Main 
Engel John, butcher, stall No. 29 Court 

St. Market 
Engel John, stone cutter, wks. Avery b. 

Smith and Park, res. Newjiort 
Engel Joseph II., cab. mkr., .564 Plum 
Engel Philip, paver. 73 Bremen 
Engel Wm., lab., 32 Adams 

Engelhard ,51 Allison 

Engelhardt Ily., cab. mkr., 305 Clark 
Engelhardt H..carp., 305 Clark 
Engelkamp John, cutter, 07 Spi-in<' 
Engeike Fred., baker, 635 Central av 
EugelI.e Julius, lager beer, 643 Central 

Engeike Wm., meat store, 56 Abigail 
Eugelmeyer Wm., lab., 145 Abigail 
Eugelope Wm., mach., 177 W. 2d 
Engelstrurbt S., cof. h., 575 W. 5th 
Engels A., cab. mkr., wks. 196 W. Peai-l 
lingel»Hy..dray.,31 W Pearl 
Engel.^^kamp John, cutter, 74 W. Pearl, 

h. 67 Spring 
Enger Hy..lab.,32 Dudley 
Engerhont A., cab. mkr., 310 Linn 
Engers Elizabeth, wks J Rutz 
Engert Michael, cof. h., 26 Schiller 
Eiigfer Richard, druggist, n.e.c. 3d and 

Enghart Daniel, lab , wks. 141 W. 2d 

ENGINEERS' ASSOCIATION 
Rooms, 4 Pub. Landing, 
up stairs 
England Joseph, finisher, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundi'y 
Engle Geo., porter, 545 Main 
Engle Geo. W., carriage trimmer, 71 Park 
hngeibrink Hy., lab., 36 Elm 
Engelhard J-,confec ,26.5 Main 
Eagleiiardt Fred., tailor, 535 E. Front 
Englehart Mrs. Elizabeth.laundress, s.w. 

c. Race and Commerce 
Englehart Jacob, cof. h., 229 W.6th 

Eiigler , 676 Vine 

Euglert Joseph, huckster, 229 Bremen 
Engles G. W.. ear trimmer, s.w.c. 6th & 

Sycamore 
English Benjamin, moulder, wks. 243 & 
245 E. Pearl e. of Broadway 

ENGLISH C. L., Portable Forge and 
Bellows and Brush Manufacturer, 
106 E. 2d 
English Chas., 1 15 Dudley 
English Chas., paver, Linn b. Oliver and 

Poplar 
English Horace, fireman. No. 14, w. s. 

Stoneb. 5th and 6th 
English Isaac M., hosemkJ., 125 Clinton 
English James, bellows mkr., 106 E. 2d, 

res. Newport 
English John, cof h., 290 Broadway 
English Owen, painter, n.s. 6th, above 

Baum 
English T.. engineer, wks. Wood, b. 3d 

and 5th p,] 

English Theodore, finisher, wks. 141 W. 
English Wm. Penn, b. k., bds. 125 Clin- 
ton 
Engle Christian, lab , 12 Hanover 
Enker Peter, cooper, 132 W. Liberty 
Enneking Frederick, mer. tailor, 355 

Main 
Enneliins J. R.. stencil cutter, wks. 180 

Walnut, h. 128 Pie isant 
ENNKKlNG J. B.. (Kleine, Hegger & 

Co.,) 28 Lock 
ENNEKING Jno. B.. (P. Kleine & Co.) 

h. East Walnut Hills 
Enneking John H., (J. H. Drahmann & 

Co.) 56 Sycamore 
Ennes P., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 



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Eiines Patrick, cooper, Gest, b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Ennis John, mer. tailor, 260 Walnut.bds. 

243 W. 6tti 
Ennis Patrick, cooper, wks. Culvert, b. 

6th and 7th, res. 337 Main 
Ennis Thomas, lab., I York 
Ennis Wm., cooper, 189 Laurel 
Ennison Elizabetli, servant, 388 W. 6th, 

w. Central av 
Ennlis Catharine, huckster, 323 Plum 
Enochs Sarah, cook, 2aE.4ih 

Enos , printer, bds. 20 E. 5th 

Enos Nancy, widow, bds. 444 George 
Ensey Will, salesman, 6 ilain, h. Cov- 
ington, Ky 
Ensfeldr Joseph, moulder, .56 Park 
Ensia;n 11., moulder. 449 John 

ENSLIN.ADOLPU, 
Druggist, 
59ii Main 
Enslin Charles, lithographer,257 Walnut 
Enslin Frederick, 050 Vine 
Enter Casper, lab., 22 Mansfield 
Entman Wm., waiter, Madison House 
Entrup Chris.., lab , 148 Abigail 
Entwisel James, painter, 41 New, e. of 

Broadway 
Entwisel William, painter, 41 New, e. of 

Broadway 
Enwrigbt George, tailor, 191 W. Sd 
EnyartC. L., (K. F. &. C. L. E.) 1000 

Central av 
Enyart Carlon, tinner, 64 Gest 
Enyart Charles G., (Gardner, Phipps & 

Co.) USE. 4th 
Enyart Elizabeth, widow, n.e.c Baymil- 
ler and 9lh [av 

Enyart J. L., fam. grocer, 10(10 Central 
Enyart John, apprentice, 64 Gest 
Enyart John C, elk., n.e.c. Baymiller 

and 9ch 
Enyart R. F., (R. F. & C. L. E.) 996 

Central av 
Enyart K. F. & C. L.,porkpackers,lfl02 

Central av 
Enyart Salam, 454 W. Sth 
Enyart M'm., wks. n.w.c. Pearl and Mi- 
ami Canal 
Enyet Charles, elk., s.w.c. 4th and Wal- 
nut 
Epding C, miller, 620 W. Front 
Eperhart Martin, tailor, 30 Hughes 
Ephraim Israel, dyer. 3 Ludlow 
Epick Philip, cab. mkr., 55 Kossuth 
Eping Wm., shoemkr., 49 Pendleton 
Epinger Abraham, huckster, 725Kace 
Epke Catharine, 100 Richmond 
Epke Frederic, cigar mkr., 100 Rich- 
mond 
Epke John, cab. mkr., 100 Richmond 
Eppar Elizabeth, widow, 1031 Centialav 
Eppel John, painter, 624 Vine 
Eppens Bernard, grocer, 9 E. Liberty 
Eppenstine Henry, lab., Freeman b. 7th 

and ?th 
Eppich Philip, cab. mkr., 55 Kossuth 
Eppiug George, blksmith, wks. at T. F. 

, Baker's 
EpiJing John, lab., 223 Cutter 
Eppinger Godfrey, cooper, 449 Linn 
Eppiuger X., boots and shoes, 29 Broad- 
way 
Eppioger Louis, elk., 209 Main, h. 564 

Central av 
Eppinger Wm., elk., 243 Main, bds. 2-30 

Vine 
Epply Adam, salesman, 83 and 85 W. 

Pearl, h 83 Hopkins 
Epply Jacob, b.k.,bU W. 4th,h. 126 Clin- 
ton 

EPPLY JOHN P., 
Undertaker and Livery Stable, 182, 
184 and 186 W. 9th, opp. City 
Park, h. 326 Plum 
Epply Lizzie, teacher, bds. 83 Hopkins 
Epply Sophia Z., teacher, bds. 326 Plum 
Epps Jesse, candy peddler, 524 Elm 
Epps Martha, laundress, 31 David 
Epps Wm., barber, wks. n.w.c. Elm and 

Plum 
Epster Herman, 513 Plum 
Erb C, lab., wks. West & Co., s.s. W, 

Front, 1). 3d and Wood 
Erb Christian, dray., 6 Main, res. New 
port 



Erb John, cooper, wks. 134 Wade 
Erbe Hy., watchman, 10 Wilson 
Erbel John, cof. h., 660 Elm 
Erben James, plasterer, bds. Rail Road 

House 
Erbenstine Joseph, grocer, 160 Freeman 
Erbley Bernard, lab., 633 Vine 
Erckel Henry, painter, 449 Linn 
Erd Herman, bar k., 74 W. Court 
Erdelmeier Charles, supt. Scandinavian 
Laboratory, 18 Hamruond, res. same 
Erdhaas Phillip, (E. & Koch,) 398 W. 

5th 
Erdhaus & Koch, (Phillip E. & Charles 

K.) jewelers. 398 W. 5th 
Erdmann C. Ernest, cigars and tobacco, 
now. Pearl, h. n.w.c. Elmandl4tb 
Erdmann Ferdinand, brklayer, 67 Spring 
Erdmann Ferdinand, cab.mkr., 112 Pleas- 
ant 
ErduiannValentine, c!k., s.w.c. Pearl and 

Walnut 
Erdman Zachariah, cutter, 74 Broadway 
Ereon Thomas, 448 Race 

Erhart , wagon mkr.,s.e.c. Gest and 

Carr 
Erhart Philip, tailor, 71 Buckeye 
Erich J., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Erk Andrew, trunk mkr , b 347 Walnut 
Erk Anthony, trunk mkr , bds. 345 Wal- 
nut 
Erk Edward, porter, 138 W. 2d 

ERKENBRECKER ANDREW. 
jManufacturer of Pearl andWheaten 
Starch, 87 Lock, h. 243 Broadway 

Erkenbrecker F. 0., cutter, 60 W. Peai-1, 
h. 415 Main 

Erker John, painter, bds. 345 and 347 
Walnut 

Erkerle Alois, shoemkr.. bds. 139 York 

Krman Fanny, widow, 21 15th 

Ermann John, lab., 497 Race 

Ermond August, lithographer, bds. 4G4 
Walnut 

Ernd F. I., cof. h., 74 W. Court 

Erner Christine, cook, s.w.c. 6th and 
Plum 

Ernest A., cab. mkr., wks. H. WieJer- 
echt 

Ernest Albert, clk„ 123 W. 3d, bds. 123 
AV. 3d 

Ernest H., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 
Foundry 

Ernest James, ship-carp., Fulton near 
Weeks 

Ernest Joseph, wks. e. Front, b. Law- 
rence and Pike 

Ernst Anton, tanner, 26 Canal 

Ernst Charles, painter, 924 Central av 

Ernst Charles C, carriage mkr., 888 

Ernst Charles J,, barber, 331 W. 6th 

Ernst D. P., carriage mkr., e.s. Baymil- 
ler, c. Oliver and Poplar 

Ernst Francis, servant, Dayton, b. Bay- 
miller and Linn 

Ernst Franklin, Agent Valentine Fast 
Freight Line, n.e.c. 3d and Syca- 
more, h. 102 E. 3d 

Ernst Fred., brewer, wks. Brighton brew- 
ery 

Ernst George, grocer, 60 14th 

Ernst Jacob, 276 George 

Ernst John, Lebanon Road 

Ernst John, cooper, 472 Race 

Ernst John, shoe mkr., wks. n.e.c. Race 
and 15th 

Ernst Oliver, butcher, s.w.c. Harrison 
av and Brighton 

Ernst Parker, ornamental painter, Bay- 
miller, b. Poplar and Oliver 

Ernst Philip, driver, 3ii Mohawk 

Ernst Rudolph, tailor, 331 W. 6th 

Ernst T. J., eng., 63 W. 4th, bds. c. Day- 
ton and Central av 

Ernst AVm., cab mkr., II Jefferson 

Ernst Wm., cab. mkr., 7 Jefferson 

Ernst Wm., hod-carrier, 218 Linn 

Ernst Wm. II., carriage mkr., 886 and 
888 Central av. h. 886 Central av 

Ernstman Ernst, broom mkr., wks. 21 
Walnut 

Erschell C. F. T., elk., 20 W. 2d, res. 
Newport, Ky 

Erskiue Peter, lab., al. b. Court and Ca- 
nal, Elm and Plum 



Ersmann Frederick, chair mkr. ,493 Race 
Ertel Andrew, cigar mkr., 24 Franklin 
Ertel Bernard, cof. h., 519 Main 
Erving Luther, (Macy, Rankin &. Co.)h. 
280 Geor-e 

ERWIS & CARTER, 
(Samuel C- E. & W. Bvron C.) In- 
surance Agents, 3 W.Sid, Trustee. 
BIdg 
Erwin Cecelia, bk. folder, wks. Ill Main 
Erwic Eliza, 47 Betts 
Erwin James, brk. layer, bds. Evans Ho- 
tel 
Erwin James, hats and caps, 236 Main 
Krwin James R., bks. 2;:6 Main 
Erwin R. K., salesman, bds, Henrie 

House 
ERWIN Samuel C, (E. & Carter,) 144 

W.4th 
Esperger Jacob, musician, 518 Main 
Escales Moritz.wh. dealcriS watches and 

jewelry, 140 Walnut 
Esemhier, W., bk. mkr., wks. n.s. Gest, 

b. Garrard and Jlillcreek 
Eshelliy J., 16 Hammond, h. 302 W. 7th 
Eslinger Joseph, butcher, 2U Mulberry 
Esmann Joseph, cof. h. n.w.c. Courtand 

Walnut 
Esmeyer Elizabeth, servant, 128 Rich- 
mond 
Espach Seraphin, iron bedstead manufac. 

s.e.c John and Oliver 
Espel Henry, grocer, n.e.c. Commerce 

and Elm 
Espensneit John, paver, 220 Bremer 
Esper John , dray., 50 Dunlap 
Espermann Henry, cab. mkr , 606 Race 
ESPY James, Kinney, E. & Co.) h. 

Clifton 
Essel Hannah, 9 George 
Essel John H., cooper 62 Abigail 
Essens Frederick, moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Esset Christopher, tailor, bds. 345 Wal- 
nut 
Essex Eliza, 68 George 
Essex Henrietta, 68 George 
Essleter Jacob, wagon mkr., 615 Cen- 
tral av 
EssUnger John, billiard saloon, 446 Main 
Este David K., sen., 379 W. 4th 
Este David K., j r.. 379 W. 4th 
KsteMary D.,3G1 W.3d 
Estell D. & Son, (Daniel E. & LeviE.) 

wood-y:ird, n.e.c. River and Elm 
Estell Daniel, (D. Estell & Son.) 163 W. 

Front 
Estell James, wks. Cin. Type Foundry 
Estell John, stone mason, 'Mi Danlap 
Estell John T., elk., 168 W. Front 
Estell Levi, (D. Estell & Son.) 168 W. 

Front 
Estell Levi E., salesman, 163 W. Front 
Estell .Samuel C, (D. E. & SonJ 168 W. 

Front 
Estep Benj.. cab mkr., 165 Central av 

h. 294 \\'. Bth 
Estep F. A., salesman, 74 W. 4th, bds. 

Covington. Ky. 
Estep Richard, engine finisher, 497 W. 

4th 
Estep Thos., undertaker, .52 Richmond 
Estep Thos. B., b.k., 165 Central av 
Estep Wm., fireman, 80 Bank 
Esterman B., stone mason, 62 Laurel 
Esterman J. B., shoemkr., 357 Central 

av 
Estes H. G., painter, shop 364 Central 

av., h. 28 Rittenhouse 
Estes Milley, rear 314 W. 7th w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Etinger Joseph, varnisher, 443 Syca- 
more 
Etly Jacob H., bar k., 140 W. 4th 
Etsel Michael, cab. mkr., 20 Mohawk 
Etter Wm., cof. h..61 Plum 
Etter Wm., lab., wks. 177 W. 2d, h. 61 

Plum 
Ettmond Thos., cooper, s.s. Court b. 
Main and Sycamore, h. n.w.c. Broad- 
way and Canal 
Ettore Catharine, 303 Elm 
Etly Jas., bar k., Burnet House 
Euphart Louis, cigar mkr., 10 Abigail 
Euphrat Chas., cigars and tobacco, 13 
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Euphrat Sigmond, cigar mkr., 10 Abi- 
gail 

EUROPEAN &, AMERICAN EX- 
PRESS, 
r. E. 3d 

Eustis Geo., cllc. Bank of the Ohio Val- 
ley, h. Mt. Auburn 

Euz Kdward. finisher, 50 Bremen 

Eviins , 37 Jaclfson 

Evans A., (Hnwells & E ) 158 Freeman 

Evans Amos, dentist, 171 Race, bds. 161 
W. 6th 

Evans Ann, serv-, 420 W. 6th 

Evans Benj , \vl<s. 30 Butler 

EVANS Benj., (Swift, E. & Co.) bds. 
Gib^nn House 

EVANS C. B. & CO., (C.B. B., E. 
Loring &- Sam!. L. Yourtee, jr..) 
Enameled Grates and Mantles, 142 
W. 3d - 

EVANS & CO., (Jason E., BripcEfs 
Swift, Hush W. Hughes & AVilson 
T. Drake.) Bankers, 75 W. 3d 
Evans C. L., lOli W. 3rt 
EVANS Caleb B., (C. B. E. &. Co.) 71 

Barr 
Evans Caroline. 102 E. Liberty 
Evans Chas-, lids. Henrie House 
Evans Chas. M , elk., 14 W. 5th, h. 571 

Central av 
Evans David, b.k., 249 Laurel 
Evans David, carp., 35 New e. of Broad- 
way 
Evans David, lab., bds. 1:18 Carr 
Evans David D , b.k.. 215 Main, bds. s. 

e.c. Broadway and 3d 
Evans David G.. ins. agt.,65W. 3d, res. 

223 Richmond 
Evans E. R., grainer, .508 Walnut 
Evans Ebenezer, grocer, 178 Broadway 
Evans Edward, blksmith, bds. 37 Jack- 
Evans Edward, policeman, s.s. Front b. 

Niagara and Willow 
Evans Edward D., cab. mkr., 380 George 
Evans Edward W., watchmkr.,2(!6 John 
Evans Evan, boiler mkr., w.s. College 

b. 6tU and 7th 
Evans Evan, mach., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Evans Geo., finisher, bds. 19 College 
Evans Harriet, chambermaid, 63 E. 7th 
Evans Hy., boiler, rear 24 Park 
Evans Herman C, 196 W. 3d 
Evans Hester, saleswoman, D. K.Cady's, 

res Newport 
Evans Hotel, Mrs. Ann Midgeley,prop., 

s.wc. Pearl and Broadway 
EVANS Hugh. (E. & Pattison,) 102 E. 

Liberty 
Evans Israel, (Morris, Smith & Co. }'Lud- 

low. Ky. 
Evans J. R., slioerakr., wks. s.w.c. Cen- 
tral av. and 8th 
Evans Jacob, lab., 32 North 
Evans James, painter, 37 Jackson 
Evans Jas., varnisher. 32 North 
Evans Jas. G., elk . 16 Barr 
EVANS Jason, (E. & Swift,) and (E. & 

Co.) .59 W. 8th 
Evans Job. carp., Observatory b. Hatch 

and Court 
Evans John, bds. 158 W. 3d 
Evans John, bk. layer, 127 W. 9th 
Evans John, finisher, Fulton nr. Stone 

al. 
Evans John, lab., n.s. Culvert b. 6th and 

7th 
Evans John B., W. 9th b. Vine and Race 
Evans John H., turnkey 9th St. station, 

h. 237 Court 
Evans John P., locksmith, 21 Melano- 

thon 
Evans John T., box. manuf., 299 Find- 
lay 
Evans Joseph, carp., ss. Front above 

Willow 
Evans Louis, sawyer, 517 W. 3d 
Evans Martha, Observatory b. Hatch and 

Court 
Evans Mary, milliner, 138 Carr 
Evans Mary, servt., 37 Jackson 
Evans Mary Jane, servt., at 119 W. 4th 

EVANS MOSES, 
Chemist, 
138 Carr 10 



EVANS & PATTISON, (Hugh E. & 
Joseph B. P.) Pork Packers, 
314 & 316 Broadway 
EVANS Peter, (Choate & E) 567 Race 
Evans Phoebe, servt., 196 Richmond 
Evans B., wks. Moore & Richardson's 
Evans R. N., elk , 74 W. 4th, h. Ingle- 
side. Ky. 
Evans Richard, mach., bds. 37 Jackson 
EVANS Seth, (Alex. Swift & Co.) and 

(McKeehan & E.) 335 Race 
Evans Simeon, barber, 206 Central av 
Evans Stephen, carp., 288 W. Front 

E VANS & SWIFT, (Jason E.&Briggs 
S.) Ham Curers, 
21 E. 9th 
Evans Thos., blksmith, bds. 37 Jackson 
Evans Thos., potter, 80^ W. Front 
Evans Thos. L.. lab., 9 Pine 
Evans W.F.,b.h., 239 Race 

EVANS W. L. &D. G., 
General Insurance Agents, 
65 W. 3d 
Evans Wm., blksmith, 583 W. 8th 
Evans Wm., blksmith, 536 W. 8th 
Evans Wm., printer, s.s. Arch b. Ludlow 

and Lawrence 
Evans Wm., watch mkr., 206 John 
EVANS W. L.,(W. L. & D. G. E.) 

Walnut Hills 
Eveland Harmon, (French, Wilson & 

Co.) Lovelund 
Eveleth H. Wm., elk., 8 E. 2d, h. 92 

Avery 
Eveleth I. N., finisher, 92 Avery 
Eveleth Mary, 92 Avery 
Evelt Bernard, lab., 556 Walnut 
Evens A., moulder, wks. Gi'eenwood's 

Foundry 
EvensDanl.,boiler mkr., s.s. 3d b. But- 
ler and M. Canal 
Evens Edward, stair bidr., 235 Laurel 
Evens Ivin, stair bldr., 237 Laurel 

EVENS PLATT, Jr., Engraver and 
Sewing Machine Manufacturer, 64 
W. 4th, up stah-s, h. Covington 
Evens Theo. A., engraver, n.w.c. 4th 

and Main 
Everds Lewis, tinner, bds. 3.]3 W. 5th 
EVERETT John, (J. S. Chenoweth & 

Co.) ]:16 E. 3d 
Everett John D., carp., bds. 174 Long- 
worth [Front 
Everett Leopold, printer, bds. 41 E. 
Everett 0., bds. 174 Plum 
Everhardy Matthias, butcher, 402 Bay- 
miller 
Everhart G., peddler. 502 John 
Everhart Peter, cooper, bds 42 E. Front 
Everly -, pattern mkr., bds. 214 W. 

Front 
Everraan Ily., lab., bds. Clark b. Rit- 

tenhouse and Linn 
Evermann Benj., foundryman, Kilgour 

b. 4th and 5th 
Evers A. P., bk. binder and paper ruler, 

120 Main, h. .579 Walnut 
Evers Chas., porter, 1U2 W. Pearl, h. & 

W. 12th 
Evers Ferd.. bk. binder, 579 Walnut 
Evers Hy., painter, bds. 345 E. Front 
Evers Hy., tailor, 303 W. 8th 
Evers Herman, shoemkr., 91 Clay 
Evers J., moulder, wks. s-w.c. Central 

av. and Front 
Evers John , grocer. 87 Wade 
Evers Joseph, lab.. 13 Woodward 
Eversall Joseph, finisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Eversfield Michael, 175 Loncrworth 
Eversman Fred., porter, lOL' Betts 
Eversman J. F., porter. 23 Walnut 
Eversman Peter, grocer, 644 W. 5th 
Eversmann H. H , grocer, n.w.c. Cutter 

and Richmond 
Eversmeier Fred., cigar mkr.. Race two 

doors from 14 th 
Eversole Walter, lab., bds. 1260 E. Front 
Everson Benj., carp., 1288 E. Front 
Everson Danl. S., carriage trimmer. 266 

Cutter 
Everson Jas. A., bk. binder, 9 Pieison 
Everson John, ship carp., J218 E. Front 
Everson John W.,bli. biuiier, 9 Pierson 
Everson Sarah A., rear 300 W. 8th w. of 

Central av. 



Everson Thos., blksmith, 9 Pierson 
Eveslage Bernard, elk. n.w.c. Woodward 
and Pendleton 

EVESLAGE JOSEPH, 
Dry Goods, 
46.-. & 467 Main 
Eveslage 0. H., boots and shoes, 171 W. 

5th 
Evoy P. M., moulder, wks. s.w.c. 7th 

and Smith 
Ewald Elizabeth, ,5e3 W 7th 
Ewald Francis, tailor, 121 Spring 
Ewald J. J., (J. J. E. & Co.) bds. s.w.c. 

8th and Broadway 
Ewald J. J. & Co.. (J. J. E. & A. Land- 

webr,) boots and shoes, 289 Main 
Ewald Wm., cutter, s.w.c. 3d and Vine 
Ewan Evan, bk. layer, 76 Providence 
Ewan Patrick. 00 Gano 
Ewans Benj. L., Walnut Hills 
Ewell B. F . elk., C, H. & D. R. R., h. 

507 W. 8th 
Ewell W. H. S., surveyor Buckeye State 

Ins. Co., 16 Pub. Landing, h. Fair- 
mount 
Ewerklayi Bernard, elk., 47 Pendleton 
Ewers Geo. H , tailor, 205 Walnut, h. 19 

Woodward 
Ewersmeyel Ernst, lab., Slack b. Young 

and Price 
Ewes Geo., tailor. 19 Woodward 
Ewes Hy., tailor, ?63 W. 8lh 
Ewin John, caniage manuf,, 984 Central 

av.. office 54 W. 3d 

EWIN JOHN, 
Exchange and Specie Office, 54 W. 
3d,h. 89 Richmond 

Ewing D. S., agt. Wilcox &; Gibbs' Sew- 
ing Machines, s.w.c. 4th and Wal- 
nut, Carlisle's Bldg., bds. Gibson 
House 

Ewing Edward, boiler mkr., bds. c. Par- 
sons and 3d 

Ewing Elizabeth, 483 W. 7th 

Ewing Henry, foreman, 270 Main 

Ewing Jane, 68 Richmond 

Ewing John H.. lumber dealer, 1 W. 4th 
res. Mt. Auburn 

Ewing Mack, conductor Cin. Street R.R. 

EWING MARTIN B., 
(Palmer Pump Co.,) 
c. Miami Canal and 3d 
Ewing Richard, mach., bds. 68 Richmond 
Ewing Wm. A., office c. Miami Canal 

and 3d. res. country 
Excelsior Varnish Manuf'y, M. Rogers 

projirietor, 130 Vine 
Eyh Frederick, cab. mkr., 56 E Front 
Eymann Chas.. hardware, &c.,493 Main 
Eymann Louis, physician, 491 Main 
Eyre Margaret, servt., Fulton and Hill 
Evrich Geo. P.. porter, cab. mkrs. Union 

EYSTER ANDREW A., 
Watches and Jewelry, 343 Central 
av. and 271 Central av., h. 10 
Elizabeth 
Ezekiel Hy., elk. 61 W. 3d, h. 106 Park 
Ezekisl Mosely, travelinu agt. Marien- 
thal. Lehman & Co., 236 Walnut, h. 
406 W. 9th 



Faas Louis, salesman, 50 W. 4th, room 

388 Vine 
Faber Hy., porter. 108 Clinton 
Faber Hy., lab., 78 W. Court 
Faber Joseph, printer, bds. 467 W. 5th 
Faber J. Morand, Columbia Exchange, 

6 W. 2d 
Fabronius Christian, lithographer. 257 

Walnut, h MO George 
Fack Hy., lab., 513 Sycamore 
Fackler A,, brewer, wks. 721 Elm 

FACKLER GEORGE, 
Grocer, 581 Sycamore 

Faclcler John, tinsmith, 581 Sycamore 
Faedden John, moulder, 101 Elder 

FAEHR & BOTTLER, (Henry F. & 
Charles B.,) Manufacturers and 
Wholesale Dealers in Still and 
Sparkling Catawba, and Importer' 
and Wolesale Dealers in German 
and French Wines, 438 Main 



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FAEHR Henry, (F. & Meyer,) h. Lan- 
dau, Bavaiia 

FAKHR & MEYER, (Henry F. & 
Jacob M,) Tobacco, Snuff and 
Cigar Manufactory, 438 Main 
Faeith Gottlieb, stone dresser, IG Bremen 
Fael Mary, li Peete 
Faerar Andrew, meat dealer, 207 Rich- 

miinil 
Faerts George, varnisher, 53S Plum 
Fagaley Cusbertson P.. tin, copper and 

sheet iron woiker, bds. 15 Race 
Fagan Amanda, servt., 147 Carr 
Fagan Bernard, dr.iy., Hand al. b. W. 

Court and Cliirk 
Fagan John, plasterer, wks. 47 E. -Ith, h. 

Covington 
Fagan Mary, serrt., Burnet House 
Fagan Patrick, carp., 23 Pine 
Fagan Patrick, lab., bds. 44 Elm 
Fagan Tlios., lab., 31 VV. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Fageline Michael, lab., 17 Providence 
Fagesdes Agnes, wid., 129 Linn 
Fagin Chas., lab., bds. c. 6th and W. 

Front 
Fasin Joseph, miller, 53 Ellen 

i Epicurean Mills, Grain and Com- 
mission Merchant, '.^3 Lock, h. s.s. I 
3d b. Kilgour and Miami Canal | 
Fagin Lewis, jr,, elk. at Epicurean Mills, 
h. s.s. 3d b. Kilgour and M. Caaal | 
Fagin Patrick, cooper, 247 E. Pearl e. of ! 
Broadway | 

Fagla Theodore, b.k. at Epicurean Mills, i 

res. Newport 
Fahe Edward, lab., c. Parsons and 3d 
Fahe M utin, lab., c. Parsons and 3d 
Fahe Miry, c. Parsons and 3d | 

Fahev Catharine, servt., Walnut Street 

House 
Fahl Ily.. salesman, 47 W. 5th 
lahlbus Chas., elk., 5 Jackson 
Faultjusch F. A., cigars and loljacco, 383 

M iin, h. 447 Sycamore 
Fahrbach I'eter, s-e.e. Vine and Ham. 

road 
Fahrenliotts C, 374 W. 5th 
Fahren .rock Hermann, glazier. Spring 
Grove av. nr. Beiickensteins Garden 
Fahreiiholtz Jotin, umbrella ml^r., 524 

Main 
Fahrer Barney, milkman, Ilam. road nr. 

Smith's distillery 
Pailev Jas.,wks. 373 W. 3d 
Failey John.wks.373 W. 3d 
Fairbanks 1). C, mach., bds. 177 Syca- 
more 
Fairbanks De.vter II., mach., wks. 93 E. 

8th, res. 177 Sycamore 
Fairbanks John, lab. 7;i W. Front 
Fairchild Elijah B., 14 \V. 4th 
Fairchild J. B., printer, 310 Cutter 
Fairchild Mnry A., teacher 7th district 

school, h. 449 \V. 5th 
FaircloughThos., limeand cementdealer 

c 193 Richmond 
Fairfax Chas., sr., cai-p., wks. 30 Ham- 
mond 
Fairf:ix Kred.. plumber, wks. 66 Elm, 

res. 9 Jackson 
Fairkamp Lewis, porter, bds. 253 Broad- 
way 
Fairl.ind Wm., plasterer, bds. 355 Central 

av. 
Fairlie Wm., carp., 74 E. 3d, e. of Lock 
Fairweather G. M., carp., bds. 146 Linn 
Falarius John, box mkr., 1-19 Everett 
Falclilin Franz, mach., bds. s.w.c. 6th 

and Plum 
Falde George, 422 Sycamore 
Falk Chas. W., boot and shoe store, 525 

Sycamore 
F.alk John, painter, 552 e.s. Walnut 
Falkenhau Adam, Lib., 99 Pendleton 
Falkenstein Frank, 69 Martin 
FalUer Herman, lab., 492 W. Front 
FalkinburfT F., blksmith, wks. 9 K. 6th, 

bds. 192 Sycamore 
Falkner Amelia, seamstress, River below 

Willow 
Fa'.Ien Bernard, 420 W. 31 
Fallen Michael, lab., n.s. Front b. Foster 

and Corporation Line 
Fallen Michael, stone mason, 46 Kossuth 



F:illen Patrick, huckster, 301 W. 6th 
Faller John, carp., 516 Vine 
Falier John, teamster, 245 W. Front 
FALLIS Daniel J., (F., Young &. Co,,) 

Covington 
Fai;isE., elk., 45 Walnut 
Fallis Elihu. soliciting asrent for Grand 

Trunk R. R., 101 Dayton 
Fallis Isaac C , Sec. Buckeye State Ins. 

Co., 18 Public Landing 

FALLIS, YOUNG & CO., (Daniel J. 
F., John Y.,) Bankers, s.w.c. 3d 
and Main 
Fallman John, sawyer, wks. c. Sth and 

Culvert, res. Woodward b. Main and 

Sycamore 
Fallon Delia, servt. Madison House 
Fallon Hy.,251 W. Front 
Fallon Jas., finisher, 17 Central av. 
Fallon Patrick, carp., 1211 E. Front 
Fallows Edward, brklayer, 409 Race 
Falls John, lab., 17 Grant 
Falscroft Michael, carp., 27 Providence 
Falsing Fred., wks. 30 Butler 
Fan Michael, lab., s.s. Front b. Broad 

and Goodloe 
Fandonger Jacob, lab., 163 Oliver 
Fanger John, cutter, 83 K. Peail 
Faugman Barney, porter 209 Walnut, h. 

66 W. Front 
Fangman Fred., shoemkr., 66 W. Front 
Pan-man Hy., hostler, 20 W. 7th 
Fangman Hy., locksmith, 221 Pleasant 
Fiingman Jos-, shoemkr., 66 W. Front 
Fangnierer Christian, carp., 2'D5 Betts 
Fankar Wm., painter, 9 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Fankmann Joseph, ci^oper, 63 Abigail 
Fankmann Jos., cooper, 380 Sycamore 
Fannasy Peter, grocer, s.e.c. Mill and 3d 
Fanniman Hy., Shoemkr., wks. at S. 

Kleintank's 
Fannin Dennis, bootmkr. , bds. 55 E. 8th 
Fannin Pat., bolt mkr., wks. 535 Central 

av., h. 28 Accommodation 
Fanning Albert E., finisher, 35 Plum 
Fanning Anna, seamstress, bds. 120 

Cutter 
Fanning Bankley, driver Deluge Steam 

Fire Enf inc Co., h. 55 Ludlow 
Fanning Chas., moulder, 35 Plum 
Fauning Geo., carriage mkr., wks. Geo. 

C Miller & Sons 
Fanning Jeff., wks. livery stable, 114 

Fanning John, shoemkr., 308 Main, h. 

n.e.c Sycamore and Pearl 
Fanning Mary, bds. 164 W. 3d 
Fanning P. F., silversmith, c. 5th and 

Broadway 
Fanning Roxanna, 35 Plum 
Fanning Thos.. varnisher, 208 W. 7th 
Fannkamp Fred., wks. n.w.c. 9th and 

Plum, bds. 323 Plum 
Fannon John, lab., 48 Longworth's 

Bldg. s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Fangei Wm., lab., 55 Sycamore 
Farun Emmy, 122 E. 3d 

17\ARAN JAMES J.. 
\ (F. & McLean,) 122 E. 3d 

Faran Mary, 122 K. 3d 

I^ARAN & MtLEAN, (James J, F., 
I S. B. Wiley McL., Geo. M. D. 
Bloss & J. Willis Wilmington,) 
Publishers of Enquirer, n.e.c. Vine 
and Burnet 
Fardele G., cooper, 389 W. Liberty 
Fare Mrs., widow, 137 Linn 
Fare Jas., butcher, Lebanon Road 
Fares Jas., block mkr. and ligger, wks. 

River b. Lawrence and Ludlow 
Fares Jos., painter, bds. 55 W, Front 

I ^ ARES & MILLER, (Sebastian F. & 
i Wm. M.,) Dealers in Stoves, Tin 
■ and Hollow Ware, 5 W 5th 
FARES Sebastian, (F. it Miller,) 53 

Mansfield 
Fargis Hy., lab., wks. s.e.c. 3d and Lock 
Farie Miss Ann, teacher, 146 Smith 
Faring George, brickmkr., c. Dudlev and 

W. Libe"ity 
Farin^jton John, dray., 03^ Rverptt 
Faris Jas., carp., 29 E. 3d e. of Lock 
Paris John, box mkr., 16 Home 
Faris Samuel watch mkr., 16 Home 



Farlan Dudley, b k., 41 Barr 
Parian Patrick, lab., rear of 183 Water 
Farland Martin, fireman,rear 333 W.5th 
Farle Kdward, la' ., 204 Cutter 
iFarle Patrick, butcher. Deer Creek Road 
Farle Peter, butcher. Deer Creek Road 
Farleigh Hugh, lab., 311 John 
Farleigh James P., screw cutter, wka. c. 
Front and Niagara, res. 72 E. 3d, e. 
of Lock 
Farleigh John, soap factor, 67 Oliver, b. 

Linn and John 
Farley Alexander, dray,. 15 Grant 
Farley Bennet, lab., w.s. Western aT.,b. 

Bank and Harrison av, 
Farley Bennett, lab.. 22 Logan 
Farley Bridget, 45 E. 4th 
Farley James, huckster, 141 W. Court,w. 

of Central av. 
F.arlpy lames, lab., bds. 230 "W. Front 
Farley James, lab., 51^ John 
Farley John, driver, 510 Race 
Farley John, soap cutter, 30 David 
Farley John, teamster, w.s. 6th, above 

Baum 
Farley Julia, laundress, 50 E. 7th 
Farley Maria, servant, 198 Bichmond 
Farley Nicholas, lab. , e.s. 6th, n of Bar 
Farley Patrick, lab., rear 7] Richmont 
Farley Patrick, lab.c. Fulton and Vance 
Farley Richard, carp., bds. 138 Long- 
worth 
Farley Thomas, lab., bds. 345 Broadway 
Farley Wm., mach., wks. Gas Workd 
Farley Wm. G., carp., 74 High 
Farlin D. H., elk., C., H. & D. R. R. de- 
pot, h. 39 Barr 
Farmbrook Herman, glazier.SpringOrove 

av., n. Benckinstein's Garden 
Farmer Charles, carp., bds. *^8 Kverett 
Faimer Ellen, laundress, 136 K. 6lh 
Farmer Ellen, laundress, 466 W. Front 
Farmer's Hall. 553 W. 5th 
Farmer's Hotel, 1512 E. Front [9th 

Farmer James, boatman. C.irr. b. 8th and 
Farmer James, mach., IdSLock 
Farmer Miles, 42 Mansfield 
Farmer Wm., cai-p., bds. 48 E. Pearl 
Earn Henry, painter, 44 Lock 
Farnam Peter, dray., 237 Everett 
Farnan Patrick, lab., wks. Avery, b. Smith 

and Park 

Farnaugh Bernard, porter, 18 Commerce 
Farnick John, teamster, 21 Carr 
Farnick Richard, teamster, 21 Carr 
Farnswoith P. M., 438 George 
Farnon Joseph, tailor, Pavillion, near 

Observatory 
Farnung John, shoemkr,, 174 Broadway 
FarrH. P., b.k., 83 W. Pearl, bds. Spen- 
cer House 
Farrall James, stone-mounter, bds. 116 

Barr 
Farrall Michael, lab., 12 Hannibal 
Farrall .Michael, lab., bds. 502 W. 4th 
Farrall Thomas, lab., 462 W. 5th 
Farran James, bds, bds. 179 E. Front 
Fairar Arthur, salesman, 58 W. 4th 
FarrarBenj., confec, wks. 40 Main, h. 
71!8 E. Front 

Farrell , huckster, bds. 199 W. Cth 

Farrell Ann, servant, Madison House 
Farrell Ann, servant, 350 W. 7th 
Farrell Anna, rear of 211 Water 
Farrell Bernard A., carp , 67 Abigail 
Farrell Bernard, blksmith, e.s. 6th, e. of 

Baum 
Farrell Bernard, saw-setter, 54 Baum 

FARRELL BERNARD, 
Printer, wks. 167 Walnut, 
h. 91 Longworth 
Farrell C, 155 Cutter 
Farrell Cornelius, boatman, 13 W. 3d 
Farrell Daniel, finisher, wks. s.w.c Elm 

and Pearl 
Farrell & FIvnn, (M. T. F. & P. W. F.) 
carps., 282 W. 9th, w. of Central av. 

FARRELL &. FRY, (John W. F. &. 
Geo. D. F.) Produce Commission 
Merchants, 27 Vine 
Farrell James, grader, 94 Baymiller 
Farrell James, lab., wks. 277 W- Front 
FMH-ell James, lab., rear 110 Avery 
Farrell James, tinner, bds! 20 E. 5th 
Farrell James R., 39 W. 9th, w. of Cen- 
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FarrellJohn.lab.. li!0 E. 3d 
Farrell John, wks c. Plum & Wade 
Fairell John, finisher, 139 Clinton 
Fan-ell John, luh., 33Longwoi-th's bldg.. 

8.S. 6th, e. of Bfoafiway 
Farrell John, tinner wks. c. 7th and Sy- 
camore, bds. 47 Clinton 
FARRELL John W., (F. & Fry,) Cot- 

ington, Ky 
Farrell Joseph, wks. Cin. Gas Light and 

Coke Co.. a«» Vine 
Farrell M.. mach.. ()29 W. Front 
Farrell Mtrtin, fireman, Western Steam 

Fire Kngine Go. 
Farrell Martin, finisher, wks. s.w.c Elm 

and Vlum 
Farrell .Mary, servant, 504 W. 5th 
Farrell Mary, drt-ssinkr., 155 Cutter 
Farrell Mary, 15 Loni^worth's bldg., s.s. 

6th, e. of Broadway 
Farrell Mary. bds. 135 W. Canal 
Farrell Mathias, butcher, Deer Creek 

Valley 
Farrell Michael, lab., 92 Bavmiller 
Farrell Patiick, lab., rear of 187 Water 
Farrell Phillip, wks. 57 W. Canal, h. 

Covington, Ky 
Farrell Rich ird, carp., 10 Kossuth 
Farrell Kicliard. lab,, 163 Central av. 
Farrell Robert, carp.. 1 19 Hopkins 
Farrell R .bert, wks. 413 W. Front 
Farrell Thomas, lab., 100 Baymiller 
Farrell Thomas, lab., 22 Lock 
Farrell Thomas, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and I'enrl 
Farrell Thomas, moulder, wks. 200 and 

2U2 Vine 
Farrell Wm.. porter, 32 and 34 E. 5th 
Farrell Wm., b^ksmith, bds. Fulton, b. 

Kelly and Foster 
Farrell Owen B., (Rocap &F.; Clifton 
Farrer Anna, 708 E. Front 
Farrenkamp Michael, cof. h., 683 Race 
Farrar Benjamin, 708 E. Front 
Farren Bettie, 189 W. 3d 

FARRIN T.W. & CO., (Thomas W. 
F. & John K.Green,) Lumber Deal- 
ers, Freeman, nr. C, H & D. R R. 
FARRIN Thomas W.. (T. W. F. &. Co.) 

ISO Carr 
Farron Geo. W., bds. 298 W. 5th 
Farron John, cof. h., Culvert, nr. 6th 
Farron Margaret, laundress, e.s. North, 

b. Cth and Newr 
Farrow James, coachmkr., 198 Mound 
Farry James, prrocer, 212 W. 7th 
Farsells Francis, upholsterer. 181 Laurel 
Farson Geor^te, carver, 289 W. 5th 
Farter C, blksniith, s.w.c. Gth and Sy- 
camore 
Farth Adam, furniture dealer, 932 Cent- 
ral av. 
Farthin?ham Thomas, carp., 395 W.4th 
Farvey Honora, dressmkr., 54 E. 'th 
Farwell Anthony, c. Liberty and Central 

av. 
Farwell Fortnand, lab., rear 110 Avery 
FarwerGerhart, lab., 61)6 Central av. 
Farwick ({-rn-ird.lab., 457 Main 
Far>vick Henry, tin-smith, 14 13th 
Fausole Henry, cooper, 29 Danlap 
Fasig Mary C, music teacher, 204 George 
Faslan John, tailor, .503 John 
Fass Joseph, elk., 75 W. Pearl 
Pass Ma:tli i, 276 Central ay. 
ITasse Hy , brk. mkr., n. Walnut Hills, 

Mor,^'an 
Path Daniel, moulder, 22 Pierson 
Fatherman Fred., varnisher, h. 525 Main 
Fatzar Ge irse.brk. mkr., n.e.c. Central 

av. and Baymiller 
Fau l'hilip,cof. h., 49E. 8th 
Faulkler Stephen, carp., 177 W. 9th, w. 

of Central av. 
Faulkner Abigail, 115 W. Court, w. of 

Central av. 
Faulkner Charles, chair painter, wks. s. 

w.c. Augusta and Smith 
Faulkner Edward, packer, 115 W. Court. 

w. of Centra! av- 
Faulkner Isaac, trunk mkr.,s.e.c.3dand 

Ludlow 
Faulkner Jeremiah, printer, 55 Everett 
Faulkner John, carp., bds. c. 3d and 

Ludlow 
Faulkner John, eating house,49 W. 5th 



Faulkner Martin, lab., wks Hunt, e. of 

Broadway 
Faulkner S., (Taylor & F.) 540 Free- 
man 
Faulter Henry, carp., wks. Thos. Kel- 

salls 
Fauss Karl, varnisher, wks. 4 1 Park 
Faust Henry, tailor, 137 Pleasant 
Favoret Nicholas, stair bldr., wks. 1">6 

W. 3d 
Fawcett P., 139 Sycamore 
Fawcett S. P., pilot, 139 Sycamore 
Faney Michael, lab,, n.s. Friendship, b 

Pike and Lawrence 
Fay Adolphus, conductor, 0. & M.R.R. 

339 Long worth 
Fay Annie, seamstress, 2 New 

FAY ANTHONY, 
(F. & Stickney,) 
58 Franklin 
Fav Anthony, painter, 44 Observatory 
Fay C C , 186 W. 4th 
Fuy Frances, 183 Race 
Fay Frank M., conductor, 0. & M. R.R. 
bds. Burnet House 

FAY J. A. & CO., fEdward Joslin, C 
B. Rogers, John Cheeney and W. 
E London,) Engine and Boiler 
mkrs., s.w.c. Front and John 
Fay James, carp., 399 W. 3d 
Fay James, lab., w.s. Central av., b. 2d 

and Pearl 
Fay Lucien, slate and tin-roofer, 65 E. 

3d, h. 433 W. 7th 
Fay Mary Ann, dressmkr., 44 Observa- 
tory 
f^AX & STICKNEY, (Anthony F. & 
1 Daniel S.) Planing and Flooring 
Mill, 304 Broadway 
Fay T., fireman, bds. 92 W. Court 
Fay Walter, carp., w.s. 6th, abv. Baum 
Fay William E.,b, k. (Fay & Stickneyy 

58 Franklin 
Fave James, elk., "Gazette," 164 Vine 
Fazzi Elizabeth, elk., 36E. 3d, res. New- 
port 
Fazzi James, confec, .36 E. 3d, h. New- 
port 
Fazzi Philomena, saleswoman, 36 E. 3d, 
h. Newport 

FEAKINS MARGARET, 
Milliner, 24 E. 4th 

Feakins Margaret Ann, 24 E. 4th 

FEAKINS THOMAS, 
24 E. 4th 

Fearing Herman, teamster, wks. 235 E. 

Front 
Fearn F. J., painter, 72 W. 3d bds. 12 E. 

Front 
Fearn Francis T., saw manuf.. wks. w.s. 

Park nr. Front, h. s.e.c, Front and 

John 
Fearn Geo,, Jr., elk., 36 Walnut, bds. 

88 E. 4th 
Fearis .Tames, stone cutter, wks. s.e.c. 

3d and Lock 
Feath Joseph, driver, c. Kossuth and 

Clark 
Feathers Geo., rope mkr. 61 Mohawk 
Fehel Hv.. sboemkr. 20 Milton 
Febiger G. L., b.k. 21 W. 2d, h 286 W. 

4th 
Fecheimer Catharine, 14 W. 8th 
Fecheimer Henry, elk. 14 W. 8th, bds 86 

W. 8th 
Fecheimer Leopolds., salesman, 71 Wal- 
nut, bds. 86 w. 8th. 
FECIUIEIMER MARCUS, Wholesale 
Clothiers and Dry Goods Dealer, 
71 Walnut, h. 86 W. 8th 
Fechbeimer Max M., salesman, 71 Wal- 
nut, bds. 14 W. 8th 
Fecheimer Mises. peddler, 26 Ham. Road 
Fecheimer Wolf, dry goods, 627 Vine 
Fecker G ., hinge fitter, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Fecker John, lab., 323 Plum (tin 

Fedd'ck Jacob, shoemkr., rear 87 Mar- 
Fedelraan Henry, lab., wks. Hunt E. 

Broadway 
Feder Charles, wks. 373 W. 3d 
Feder Charles, elk., s.w.c. Park and 3d 
Feder Hy., lab., Abigail b. Pendleton 

and Dayton Road 



Fee Franklin W., com. mer. 23 Ellen 
Fee Wm. I., clergyman, 132 Richmond 
Fee Wm. R., 23 Ellen 
Feeley James, marble polisher, 32 Water 
Feeley Michael. 32 Water 

Feeling brklayer, 56 Rittenhouse 

Feeling Julia, servt., 182 Richmond 
Feeling Michael, porter, 123 Richmond 
Feeller John, teamster, 243 W. Front 
Feener John, butcher, 107 Browne 

Feency laundress, 192 W. 5th 

Feeney John, dray., 3U2 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Feeney John, lab., 548 Race 
Feeney .Alichael, hod carrier, 189 Water 
Feeney Peter, soap mkr., 20 Logan 
Feet Henry, butcher. 14 15th 
Feet Herman, 201 Linn 
Feeway John, 554 Sycamore 
Fege John, cooper, 126 Clay 
Fegel Henry, cooper, 156 Clay 
Fegel Wm., baker, 532 Main 
Fehcomp Henry, wks. 389 W. 6th, bds. 

s.w.c. Smith & 6th 
Fehr Charles, barber, 11 12 Central av. 
Fehr Margr.ret, b.h. 84 E. 5th 
Fehrii.g Ann. 109 Woodward 
Fehring Gerard, lab-, 109 Woodward 
Fehrling John, meat store, 38 Ham. 

Road 
Fehrmann Christ, cooper, Schiller b 

Main and Hughes 
Fehrmann Henry, cooper, s.e.c. Liberty 

and Lootsey 
Fehrmann Hy., lab., 64 Hughes 
Feil.ick Mary. 54 1.5th 
Feibleman A. L., salesman, 84 W. Pearl, 

h. 214 Vine 
Feid Frederick, turner, 484 Elm 
Feid Philip, 119 Fimllay 
Feie Gerard B., grocer. 424 Sycamore 
Feigley Samuel, (E. J. Lovelaud &. Co.) 

bds. Walnut St. House 
Feiler Christian, tailor, 22 Peete 
Feily James F., carriage mkr., bds. 467 

W. 5th 
Feily John, carriage mkr., bds. 467 W. 

5th 
Feindel Jacob, Garden of Eden 
Feinev Owen, lab., rear 174 Webb 
FEINTHEL Fred, J., (.Fisher & F.) 34 

W. Court 
Feinthel John, cof. h. 596 Vine 
Feistmier August, lab., 205 Baymiller 
Feltaier Francis, finisher, wks. Ill W. 2d 
Feldhouse Otto, elk., nee. 5th and 

Central av., bds. 293 W. 5th 
Feldhaus Retemary, laundress, 18 Wood- 
ward 
Feldkamp B., grocer, 391 W. Liberty 
Feldkamp F., porter, 140 Walnut 
Feldkamp Hy., carp., 25 Frankli.i 
Feldkamp Herman, lab., 25 FrankUn 
Feldkamp R..clk., 226 W. 5th 
Feliimann Bernard lab., .58 Abigail 
Feldmann Frank, tailor 102 Abigail 
Feldmann Frank, cutter, 517 Sycamore 
Feldmann Geo., turner, wks. 196 W. 

Peirl 
Feldmann Hy , cooper, 109 Woodward 
Feldmann Henry, shoemkr. wks. 440 W. 

5th 
Feldmann Herman, blksmith, 383 Broad- 
way 
Feldmann Herman, cooper 1C9 Wood* 

ward 
Feldmann Herman H , shoemkr. 55 

Pendleton 
Feldmann, J- B.. paper carrier, 295 Linn 
Feldmann J, H , grocer, 295 Linn 
Feldmann J. W., dry goods, 644 Race 
Feldmann Joseph, lab., 74 Abigail 
Feldmann Valentine, carpet factory, 666 

Main 
Feldmann Wm., goldsmith, 545 Main 
Feldmann Wm., salesman, 113 Clay 
Feldtmann Frederick, blksmilh, wks. 

Cincinnati Type Foundry 
FeUlwisch John H., grocer, 36 and 38 

Hughes 
Felemann Frederick, lab., 524 Main 
Felheira Solomon, grocer, 58 e 5th 
Felkamp John H., porter, 55 W.3d, B. 

25 Franklin 
Felenger G., wks. 69 E, Front 
Feli.K Andrew, shoemkr. 54 Race 



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Felix Fred., carp., 11 Moore 

Felix Geo. M., 999 Central av. 

Felix John, wks. u.w.c. i'earl and Miami 

Canii 
Felix John, lab., 39 Baum 
Felix John, tailor, 27 E. Liberty 
Felix Maurice, cof. h., 306 Hamilton 

Koart 
Felix Peter, 4th Ward Exchange, s.w.c. 

Race and 2d 
Felix Victor H., moulder, bds. 294 W. 

Fi'ont 
Fell David, lab., 458 W. 5th 
Fell Henrietta, 25Carr 
Fell Henry, cab. mlir. 25 Carr 
Fell Jacob F.. tanner, c Culvert and 5th, 

h'. 43 Mansfield 
Fell Thomas, grainer, bds. 491 W. 3d 
Fell Thomas, varnisher, 3d b. Main and 

Walnut 
Fellemann Hermann, moulder, 139 

Pleasant 
Fellensile Jacob, peddler, 199 Liberty 
Feller Charles, cigars and tobacco, -34 

Elm. h 98 Richmond 
Feller Lewis, plasterer, 191 Hopkins 
Feller Nicholas, cigar mkr., wks. 114 E. 

2d 
Fellers Herman, sawyer, wks. 5 Augusta 
Felljohan Henry, brk.mkr., Charlotte 

b Baymiller and Linn 

Fels cab. mkr., 104 Everett 

Fels Christina, tailoress, 60 Findley, wks. 

451 Linn 
Fels Henry, lab., 110 Clay 
Fels John, lab., 110 Clay 
Fels Matthew, printer, Cin. Republican 

office 

FELS MEDOD, 
Superintendent 1st Division M. & 
E. Canal, 7 \V. Canal, h. Clifton 
Felt Clemmens, carter, r 496 \V. Front 
belt Henry, carter, r. 500 W. Front 
Felt Henry, 110 Clay 
Felt John, lab.. MO Clay 
Feltcamp Benj.. shoemkr., Charlotte b. 

Ba>millerand Linn 
Felte Geo , cab. mkr., 606 Race 
Felten F., shoemkr., 341 Freeman 
Felthaus, C, wagon mkr., wks. 04 W. 

Canal, bds. n.w.c. 9th and Walnut 
Felthaus Geo., mach., 305 W. 3d 
Felthnus Jacob, cab. mkr., 204 Pleasant 
Felthaus Wm., shoemkr., 345 W. 5th 
Felthoffs Mary, seamstress, 165 Linn 
Felthouse Fred., watch mkr., wks. s.e.c 

Sycamore and 2d 
Felthouse John, tailor, 175 Linn 
Feltkamp Henry, porter, 143 Walnut, h. 

114 W. 6th 
Feltkamp Henry, tinner, 407 Central av. 
Feltloh Krnnk. chair mkr., 595 Race 
Feltis Henry J., periodical store, 464 W. 

6th, h 279 George 
Feltrr.an Christopher, cab. mkr., wks. 

Meatier & Go's 
Feltman B., wks. Front b. Lawrence and 

Pike 
Feltman Henry, cooper, 109 Woodward 
Feltman Henry, Jr., cooper, 109 Wood 

ward 
Feltman Henry, shoemkr., bds. s.w.c 

5th and Smith 
Feltman John, teamster, Longworth b 

Stone and Hoadly 
Feltman Joseph, wks. c. Front b. L: 

rence and Pike 
Feltman W. H., jeweler, c. 4th and Wal- 
nut 
Feltman G. H., boots and shoes, 283 W 

6th 
Feltman n Hermann, 594 Race 
Feltmann Hermann, dry goods. 29 Green 
Feltmann Henry, bds. 365 W. 5th 
Feltman Henry, shoe store, 127 W. Lib- 
erty, h. 130 Pleasant 
Felton Willis, huckster, 34 E. 6th 
Feltrop Wm., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Felts T., mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Feltus Lambert, b. k., 279 George 
Feltus Roswell G., b.k., 87 W. Pearl, h. 

279 George 
.FpUz Casper, cigar mkr., 602 Race 
Feltz John turner, 60 Findlay 



Felzman August, bar k., 78 Broadway 
Femer Bernard, eng., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Fend Michael, b.h.,570 Walnut 
Fender Peter, cupola tender, 27 Central 

av. 
Fencker Hy., 61 Abigail 
Fendrich Bernhart, shoemkr., bds. 65 W. 

5th 
Fenegan Wm.. wks. 872 Central av. 
Fenelow Thos., porter. 113 Pearl 

FENGEH ANTHONY, 
Lager Beer Saloon, 
51 OW. Front 
Fenk James, fireman, h. 1« Milton 
Fenkar John, moulder, Longworth b. 

Stone and Hoadly | 

Fenkel Barnard, boots and shoes, 50 E. 

Pearl j 

Fenker Anthony, cof. h., 500 W. Front 
Fen ley Patrick, feed store, 170 Water, h 

rear of 130 Richmond 
Fenn Orlanzo, cooper, 344 George 

FENNEL ADOLPH, Chemist & Drug- 
gist, s.e.c. Broadway and 3d, 
h. 99E.3d 
Fennefrown Hy., cooper, s.e.c. Long- 
worth and Hoadly 
Fenneraan John G., porter, 13 Main, h. 

86 W. 2d 
Fenner Lewis, teamster, 1 Sycamore 

FENNESSYEDMOND, 
Grocer, 
42 Race 
Fenncssy Richard, carp., bds. s.w.c. 6th 

and Plum 
Fenuiman George, lab. 62 Pierson 
Fenniman Hy., dray, 537 W. Sth 
Fenning Frank, shoemkr., bds. 48 E. 

Pearl 
Fenstermacher, Chas., moulder, 37 Moore 
Fent Valentine, butcher, 612 E. Front 
Fentel Leopold, liquor dealer, 112 Canal 
TRENTON A. B.. 

p Agent for Solomon Fenton, 33 
^ Walnut, res. Walnut Hills 

Fenton Cha?., cof. h., 210 Central av. 

FENTON & CO., 
Meat Store, 
n.w.c Plumand 6th 
Fenton J. W., carp., 193 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Fenton John, lab , Maiden Lane nr. Gas 

al. 
Fenton Mary, seamstress, 176 W. Court 

w. of Central av. 
FENTjN R H., (F. &Co.) h. Green 
tp. (Front 

Fenton Richard, bk. layer, bds. 214 W. 

FENTON SOLO.MON, 
Commission Merchant, 33 Walnut, 
A. B. Fenton, Agent 
Fenton Susan, 154 Webb 
Fenton Wm., peddler, s.s. Court e. of 

Broadway 
Fenton Wm., policeman, n,s. K. Front 

below Jamestown Ferry 
Fenton Wm. W., cab. mkr., 150 Carr 
Fenwick Wm.. salesman, 49 W. 4th, bds 

Gibson House 
Fer Joseph, lab., 422 Sycamore 
Fera C A., 22 Grant 
Ferari Jovanni, confec, 101 Race 
Ferbeck John, 218 W. Liberty 
Ferbers Joseph, lab., 55 Woodward 
Ferdinand H., batter, 209 W. 6th 
Ferdinand Hy., ambrotypist, 188 W. 5th, 

h. 414 George ur, Baymiller 
Ferdinand John, boatman, 560 Plum 
Ferdinand Wm., elk., bds. 500 Plum 
Ferdman Hy., tailor, 236 Hopkins 
Fcrdon Geo., fruit stand, 251 W. 5th 
Ferdon Hannah, b.h., 288 W. 6th 
Ferea John, lab., 613 Elm 
Feremann John, lab., 22 Orchard 
Ferlaney Thomas, carp., 477 W. 3d 
Ferguson — -, 105 Mound 
Ferguson Cornelia, s.s. Front b. Louis 

and Vance 
Ferguson Daniel, dray, 145 W. Front 
Ferguson David, biksmith. 35 Commerce 
Ferguson David, upholster, 191 Laurel 
Ferguson Edward, (lorter, 94 Oeorirp 
FBRGUSON Eihvanl Alex., (F.,McGin- 

nis & Dietrich,) s.e.c. Harrison and 

Broadway 



teacher, 191 Laurel 
s. Front b. Louis and 



Ferguson Emily S 
Ferjiuson Harriet, 

Vance 
Ferguson Jas., dray, 501 Sycamore 
Ferguson James, lab., l-'7 Sycamore 
Ferguson James W., tanner, s.s. Front 

b. Louis and Vance 
Ferguson John, biksmith, Cherry al. b. 

Plum and Central av. 
Ferguson John, drav, 15 JackBon 

I]1ERGUS0N JOHN. 
i Family Grocery, s.e.c. 9th and Vine 
h.86W.9th 
FERGUSON, McGINNIS & DIET- 
RICH, (E. A. F., Ja?. McG. & C. 
AV. U.) Attorneys at Law, 65 W. 3d 
Ferguson Mary, s.s. Front b. Louis and 

Vance 
Ferguson Patrick, lab., 97 Sycamore 
Ferguson Fhoebe, s.s. Front b. Louis and 

Vance 

Ferguson Robert, dray, 458 W. 7th 
Ferguson Wm..24 Belts 

FERGUSON WILLIAM, Messenger, 
Commercial Bank, 132 Main, 
h.242 W. Court 
Ferguson Wm. G., elk., Post Office, h. 

24 Betts 
Fermann Conrad, 62 Webster 
Fermann Hy. B., grocer, 18 Abigail 
Fermbach Joseph, lab., rear 128 Walnut 
Fermilion James-, shoemkr., Ill Findlay 
Feruberg Louis, second hand store, 630 

Central av, 
FerneauxGeo., bk. binder, bds. 163 E. 

3d 
Ferneding Herman, clergyman, St.Paul's 

Church 
Ferneding Joseph, clergyman, St. Paul's 

Church 
Ferneding Vilamina, 7 Pendleton 
Fernhamburg J., miller, 637 W. Front 
Ferrally Nicholas, lab., 41 E. 6th e. of 

Lock 
Ferrell Ezekiel, lab , nr. River b. Barr 

and Green al. 
Ferrell J. A , salesman, 81 W. PeaH. h. 

85 Mill 
Ferrell Wm., grocer, 93 Sycamore 
Ferrell Wm., saloon s.e.c. 6th and Elm, 

h. 174 Central av. 
Ferreri J., confec, 177 yine,h. 101 Race 
Ferris David, captain, 79 Barr 

1 FERRIS, DUNLEVY & FOWLER, 
i Wm. T. F., D. B. D & S. N. F.) 
Wholesale Grocers and Commission 
Merchants, 51 W. 2d 
Ferris Fred. J., 136 Broadway 
Ferris James, stone cutter, e.s. 0th n. of 

Baum 
Ferris James L., elk., 166 Race 
Ferris John, teamster, Canal b. 6th and 

8th 
Ferris Jlary, rear 282 Main 

I;\ERRIS N. P. Real Estate and Loan 
I Broker, 3 Carlisle Bldg., 51 W. 4th 
bds. Broadway Hotel 
Fen-is 0- S., bds Southgate House 
Ferris Walter, hc^se carriage driver, 32 

Bank 
FERRIS William T., (F., Dunlevy & 

Fowler,) 98 W. 7th 
Ferrow James, car mkr., wks. 9 E. 6th, 

h. c. Chestnut and Mound 
Ferry Fr^incis, Secy. Central Ins. Co., 
blfice 7 Public Landing, h. 327 Long- 
worth 
Ferry Harriet, laundress, n.w.c. North 

and New 
Ferth Thomas, brass founder, 324 Plum 
Fertman Casper, lab., 451 W. 3d 
Ferwalt Antiiony, carp., 682 Central av. 
Fesbeck Wm., jr., teamster, Butchers al. 

b. Linn and Baymiller 
Fescli John, belt mkr., wks. 181 E. Front 
Kesenbeck Rose, 110 Pleasant 
Fesser Caspar, stone mason. 585 Walnut 
Fesser Jacob, cof. h., 585 Walnut 
Fesher Joseph, stone cutter, e.s. Ander- 
son b. Mill and Park 
Fessal Michael, brewer, 443 Plum 
FKSSENDEN John H., (J, H. F. & Co.) 
126 W. 3d 

FESSENDEN J. H. & CO., (John H. 
F.) Toilet Soap Manufacturers, 
126 W. 3d 



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Fessenden Stephen Q., bk. layer, 551 

Race 
Fester Conrad, pyrotechnist, Observatory 

Road 
Fester G^o., carp., 205 Clinton 
Fetherlew Eliza, seamstress, 24 E. 4th 
Fetherston Wm. J., bds. 29fi W. 5th 
Fetsch John, grocery, 631 Vine 
Fettal Herman, niach., wks. at A. B. 

Holabird & Go's 
Fetter John, lab., 178 Clay 
Fetter Jolin, stone mason, wks. s.e.c. 3d 

and Lock 
Fetter Thadfiis, hostler, al- b. 5th and 

6th and Main and Sycamore 
Fetter Theodore, hostler, stable s.s. 6th 

b. Main and Sycamore 
FetterspiUe August, finisher, 21)7 Broad- 
way 
Fitting Wm., sawyer, T6 Dudley 
Fettleman Hy., wka. c. Plum and Wade 
Fetzer John, cof. h.,2ll6 Pleasant 
Fetzer John U.. lab., 550 Main 
Feust H. W., teacher, bds. Teutonia Ho- 
tel 
Fenerstein Francis, lab , 17*? Clay 
Fenorstein John, shoemkr., 765 Vine 
Feustermacher Charles, finisher, 25 

Moore 
Fewke H., tanner, wks. s.w.c. Liberty 

and Linn 
Fey John, lab., .523 W. 8th 

FEY SEBASTIAN, 
Coffee House, 
n.w.c. Vine and Green 
Fezenbeck John, 110 Pleasant 
Fhrerer John. 745 Vine 
Fialkowsky Edward, lithographer, 257 

Walnut, h. 43 12th 
Fibbe Gerhard, lab., 102 Clay 
Fil)be Hermann, grocer. 413 Race 
Fiberman Leopold elk., 214 Vine 
Fibich Mary, hat trimmer, 95 W. 3d, h. 

.54 W. 15th 

Fiche , 113 Clay 

Fichs John Ph., watchman, 525 Main 
Fichter Gabriel, stair builder. 53 Gest 
Fichter H?., cab. mkr., 36 Pleasant 
Fichter Nicholas, lab., 10 Abigail 
Fick Fred., house painter, 133 Clinton 
Ficke Bernard, wearer, n.w.c. Buckeye 

and Looa?t 

FICKE HERMAN, 
China, Glass and Queensware, 60 
E. Pearl, h. 4;;7 Walnut 
Ficken Aerend, grocer, n.w.c. 4th and 
Lock 

FICKEN JOHN, 
Wholesale Grocer and'Liquors, 
16 E. Pearl 
Ficker Bernard, driver, Findlay b. John 

and Linn 
Ficker Edward, elk., 389 Main 
Fickler Bernard, weaver, 422 Race 
Ficks John Pliilip, keeper, City Prison, 

h. 530 Main 
Fidler J. W., pattern mkr., 127 Bremen 
Fieiier Frank, tanner, 956 Central ay 
Fieber Frank, currier, 918 Central ay 
Ficber John, slaughter house, 956 Cen- 
tral ay 
Fieber John, jr., carriage mkr., 955 Cen- 
tral av 
Fieber Simon, barber shop, 65 Clay 
Fieber Wm., elk., lOT Sycamore, h. 956 

Central av 
Fieck Valentine, policeman, 640 Race 
Fieddler John, 38 Mohawk 
Fiedler Fred., grocer, 180 W. Ccurt 

FIEDELDEy JOHN C., Pork & Beef 
Packer. 54 and 56 E. Pearl, 
h. 58 E. Pearl 
FIEDELDEY JOHN HENRY, 
Leather and Findings Store, 
3 12th 
Fiefer Jacob, cook. Gibson House, h. 172 

W. fith 
Fieorer Wm., tailor, 53 15th 
Field Q. ^..phvs., 127 W. 54h 
Field J. D., salesman, 66 W. 4th, bds. 

Gibson House 
Field Owen, lab., 188 Cutter 
Field R. B., New Kngland Bakery, 118 

W. olh, res. Valley View 
Field Timothy, stone cutter, bds. 188 
Cutter 



Fielder Charles, carp., 18 15th 
Fielders Chas. S., carp., 18 Everett 
Fielding Michael, Sergeant-at-arms,Pro- 

bate Court, h. 123 Richmond 
Fielding Owen, wks. 183 W. 6th, h. Cut- 
ter b. Clark and Court 
Fields Clarissa, 23 E. 3d 
Fields Eli, barber, 144 Vine, bds. 204 

Broadway 
Fields Geo., whitewashing shop, Phoebe 

b. Plum and Central av 
Fields Wm. R., wharf master and wood 

measurer, 5th street landing, h. 3o 

Hathaway 
Fierste Wm., silver smith, 30 Mercer 
Fieth Joseph, express, wks. s.w.c. Cen- 
tral av. and Clark, h. 131 Clark 
Fife Jonathan J., porter, 20 E. 3d, h. 

Walnut Hills 
Fife Kittie, National Theater 
Fifleld Moses, carp., Richmond b. Free- 
man and Carr 
Fifer J. A., musician, 282 Central av 
Figlein John, trunk mkr., 17 Providence 
Fihe John, dry goods store, 513 Race 
Fihean Mary, laundress, Dennison 

House 
Fike J., blksmith, s.w.c. 6th and Syca- 
more 
Fike Jacob, carriage mkr., bds. 64 Lock 
Fiker Frank, dray., ^6 Belts 
Fiker Wm., bds. n.w.c. Pike and Front 
Filegraft Chas., cigar mkr., 39 Mansfield 
Filer Adam, s.s. Findlay b. John and 

Central av 
Filer Michael, w.s. Logan b. Canal and 

W. Libertv 
Filey S. G., 47 Barr 
Fillarmann John A., lab,, 22 Orchard 
Filleng Frederick W., baker, 420 W. 4th 
Filleng Wm., haker, 420 W. 4th 
Filler Philip, Vine b. Green and Liberty 
Filley Geo., coppersmith, Kemper Lane 

nr. Front 
Filley John, lab., Kemper Lane nr. 

Front 
Filling Louis, mach., 27 Kossuth 
Fillinger George, blksmith, 4th Ward 

Exchange 
Fillmore E. H., carp., s.w.c. Front and 

Lawrence, h. 26 Parsons 
Fillmore H. E., jr., elk., 26 Parsons 
Fillmore Wm. A., teacher, 7th district 

school, h. 26 Parsons 
Finage Frank, cooper, 53 Plum 
Finan Bernard, huckster, 172 Poplar 
Finan Bridget, 65 Rittenhouse 
Finan Hugh, wks. 65 E. 3d, bds. Poplar 

nr. Baymiller 
Finan Matthias, potter, wks. at G Scott's, 

res. Covington 
Finan Michael, tinner, wks. 196 W. Pearl 
Finan Patrick, lab., 65 Rittenhouse 
Finan Patrick, lab., wks. 39 Vine 
Finan Thomas, lab., 65 Rittenhouse 
Finch B. P„ carp , 21 Grant (8th 

Finch D. W., elk., 221 Vine, h. 263 W. 
Finch Edward, fireman, 436 W. Front 
Finch Edwin, carp., 34 Parsons 
Finch George, cart driver, Sloo al. nr. 

Carr 
Finch Geo. M.. b.k., 63 W. Pearl, h. 188 

Richmond 
Finch Hy. H., huckster, 34 Parsons 
Finch Mdlle., recluse. Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
Finch Maiy, teacher, 6th district school, 

bds. 21 Grant 
Finch P., foreman, 30 Parsons 
Finch Pardon M., foreman, 34 Parsons 
FINCH Thomas S. (William C. Whitch- 

er& Co.; 384 W. 4th 
Finck J. C, elk., 121 E. ^arl e. of 

Broadway, h. Newport 
Finck James, organ mkr., 555 Sycamore, 

h. 18 Milton 
Fincke Fred., lab., 94 Woodward 
Fiuckler Richard, millstone mkr., bds. 

4th Ward Exchange 
Find Samuel D., carp., wks. River b. 

Lawrence and Ludlow 
Finda C. Y., bds. Walnut St. House 
FindellJohn, b.k., 596 Vine 
Findlay Ellen P., teacher, 159 Baymiller 
Findlay John, salesman 25 W. 4th, h. 

159 Baymiller 



Findley Thomas L., elk., bds. 107 Long- 
worth 
Finefory P., lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Finefrock Edward M., saddler, 89 Main, 

h. Covington 
Finerty John, wks. 47 E. 4th 
Finge Fred., porter, wks. 359 Walnut, h. 

w s. Vine b 15th and W. Liberty 
Finger H., moulder, wks. s.w.c. Central 

av. and Front 
Fingler John, blksmith, 620 Vine 
Finigan T., bk. mkr., wks. n.s. Gest b. 

Garrard and Mill Creek 
Fink Adam, porter, 53 Walnut, h. 97 

Congress 
Fink F., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Fink Fred., cooper, 27 Commei-ce, h. 

Covington 
Fink Hy., bar k., 24 W. 6th 
Fink John, cigar mkr., wks. 18 Broad- 
way, h. 5;t9 Vine 
Fink P., shoemkr , bds. 92 W. Court 
Fink P. W., shoemkr., 94 W. Court 
Fink Peter, cigar mkr., 132 Bremen 
Finke F.. bk. mkr., 3l2 Linn 
Finke Hy., blksmith, 702 Vine, h. 730 

Vine 
Finke Hy., shoemkr., 717 Race 
Finke I., chair mkr., wks. 11 Jones 
Finlar John, plow mkr., wks. Garrett & 

Cottman's 
Finkmann John, shoemkr., 709 Race 
Finlan Peter, lab., 243 W, 3d 
Finlay Robert, cab. mkr., wks. s.w.c. 2d 

and John 
Finley Albert, printer, wks. 168 Vine, h. 

Covington 
Finley Alice, rear 13 Arch b. 3d and 4th 
Finley Chapel, Clinton nr. Cutter 
Finley D., tailor, wks. 260 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Finley Felix F., tinner, wks. 209 W. 5th 
Finley Mary, 88 Barr 
Finley Mary Jane, teacher, 2d district, 

h. 23;i John 
Finley Mary, c. Fulton and Hill 
Finley Mary, 233 John 
Finley James, chair painter, 26 George 
Finley James H., harness mkr., 233 John 
Finley John, boatman, bds. 57 Broadway 
Finley John, lab., s.s. 6th e. of Broad- 
way 
Finley Samuel B., 159 Baymiller 
Finleyson Joseph, shoemkr,. 343 Cen- 
tral av 
Finn Adam, bristle comber, 82 Mohawk 
Finn Ann, servt., 424 Broadway 
Finn Daniel, printer, wks. 168 Vine, h 

6th e. of Baum 
Finn Edmond, teamster, e s. 6th above 

Bnum 
Finn James, wks. 571 W. 5th 
Finn James,, cutter, i:i9 Main 
Finn James, driver, 118 Butler 
Finn James, lab., e.s. O'Reilly al. b. 3d 

and Pearl 
Finn John, brklayer, rear e s. McAllister 

b. 4th and 5th 
Finn John, shoemkr., h. 101 Hunt 
Finn Martin, collar mkr., wks. 242 Main 
Finn Mary, servt.. Walnut St. House 
Finn Thomas, National Theater 
Finn Wm., rectifier and com. mer., 21 

Water 
Finnegan Ann, dress mkr., 17 Union 
Finnegan John, lab.. 50 E. 7th 
Finnegan Mary. 50 E. 7th 
Finnegan Owen, peddler. 50 E. 7th 
Finnegan Patrick, lab., Oregon nr. Ce- 
lestial 
Finnegan Riohd., b.h., Augusta b. Smith 

and John 
Finnegan Rose, servt., 50 E. 7th 
Finnegan Wm., cai-p., ^kaats al. nr. W. 

W. Canal 
Finnell Wm., carp., 62 Butler 
Finnemann Hermann, sugar boiler, 174 

Linn 
Finner James, lab., 1 York 
Finner M., grocer, 335 Cutter 
Finnern James, h. 3 York 
Finnertv Thomas, lab., 26 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
Finnety Ann, waiter, Dennison House 



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Finnety Mary, laundress, 37 Rittenhouse 
Finney John, tailor, 48 E. 7th 
Finney Michael, dray., .'>-)8 Kace 
Finuijjan Michael, stone saw mill, s.e.c. 

I'arli and 3d, h. 407 W. 3d 
Finny Kyan, pilot, bds. 143 Race'' 
Finton John. oof. h.,4b^i Sycamore 
Finton John, shoemkr., bds. t)5 W. 5th 
Finton Wm.,lab., 19 K. 8th 
Fintz Fred., lab., wks. Hunt e. Broad- 
way 
Fir Anthony, cof.h., 562 Race 
Fireman's Hall, 65 W. 5ih 

FIREMAN'S INSURANCE CO., 
n.e.c. Main and Public Landing 

Firmer Christian, lab., 35 Rittr-nhouse 
First Abner, moulder, bds. s.s. Front 

b. Lewis and Hill 
First Saml., eng., )5-.>5 E. Front 
Firstein Matthesv, brush mkr., e.s. Clay 

b. Allison and Liberty 
Firstring Hy., teamster, Harriet nr. Cth 
Firth John, tinner, 21 E. Front h. 

Newport 
Firth Joseph, finisher, wks. Niles'Wks., 

h. Newport 
Firth Thos., supt. Niles' Works, 324 

Plum 
Fisback Rudolph, tailor, 102 Oliver 
Fisbuck \Vm., tailor. Butcher al. b. Bay- 
miller and Linn 
Fischer Adam, tanner, n. a. Ham. Road, 

opp. Elm 
Fischer Adolph, (H. & A. Fischer,) 492 

Sycamore' 
Fischer Anthony, shoemkr., wks. 586 

Race 
Fischer Anthony, saddler, 70 Ham. Road 
Fischer August W., salesman, b48 Main 
Fischer B. F., tailor, 57u Elm 
FischT Bernard, blksmith, 07 Abigail 
Fischer Bernard, carp., 4 Mary 
Fischer Chas., bds. 70 Sycamore 
Fischer Chas., moulder, c. Bremen and 

14th 
Fischer Chas., paper box mkr.. wks. s. 

e.c. 5th and Main. h. Lick Run 
Fischer Conrad, cigar mkr., 20 Hamer 
Fischer F. W., cab. mkr., wks. 41 Park 

FISCHER & FEINTHEL, (Hy. A. F. 
Sl Fred. J. F.) Cork and German 
Produce, 34 W Court 
Fischer Fred., cigar dealer, 495 Elm 
Fischer Fred., cof. h., 46 Elder 
Fischer Fred., finisher, 114 Canal 
Fischer Fred., tailor, 08 Huirhes 
Fischer Fred. H., tanner, 521 Sycamore 
Fischer Q., hardware dealer, 156 Baymil- 

ler 
Fischer Geo., shoemkr., n.e.c. Race and 

Liberty 
Fischer Geo., bar k., 56 Ham. Road 
Fischer Geo. A., trunk mkr., wks. 498 

Race 
Fischer Gotlieb, shoemkr., 16 Peete 
Fischer H. & A.. (Hy. F. t Adolph F.) 

dry goods, 77 E. Pearl (Main 

Fischer Henry, (H. & A. Fischer.) 648 
Fischer Hy., cigar mkr., 64 Hughes 
Fischer Hy., lab., 547 Main 
Fischer Hy.. 648 Main 
FISCHER Hy. A., (P. & Feinthel,) 34 

W. Court 
Fischer J. H., shoemkr., wks. 6.">3 Vine 
Fischer Jacob, shoemkr. ,580 Race 
Fischer John, barber, 920 Central ay 
Fischer Joseph, bds. 70 Sycamore 
Fischer Julius, b.k., lUC Lon^'worth 
Fisher M., moulder, wks. Hunt e. of 

Broadway 
Fische; M., eng., wks. 609 Elm 
Fischer Martin, elk., 382 JIain.h. 1 Mary 
Fischer Michael, cof. h , 59 Buckeye 
Fischer Michael, cook, Madison House 
Fischer Michael, gardener, 70 Hughes 
Fischer Michael, porter, 228 JIaiu, h. 72 

New 
Fischer Nicholas, grinder, wks. 177 W. 

2d, h. 10 Abigail 
Fischer Valentine, cooper, 572 Walnut 
Fischer Valentine, phys., 137 L uirel 
Fischer Wm., butcher, bds. 346 Main 

FISCHER WM., Wholesale Confec- 
tionery and Fruit dealer, sec. 0th 
and Walnut, h. 80 W. 0th 



Fischer Wm., 648 Main 
Fischer Wm., moulder, 110 Clav 
Fischer Wm. F. C, phys., 618 Jtain 
Fischer Wm., salesman, bds. 455 Main 
Fischer Wm., varirsher. 11)0 Clay 
Fisfolt Hy.. carp., 672 Central av 
Fisford Hy., caip., 075 Central av 
Fish B. F., carp., wks. 95 Park, h. 113 

Park 
Fish II. H., eng., n.w.c. Goodloe and 

Willow 
Fish Joseph M., bar k., 525 W. 8th 
Fish S. v., vainisher, 277 Main 
FishWm. B., salesman, 58 E. 2d, bds. 

S..S. Georte nr Smith 
Fisclibeck Herman, tailor, 120 Hathway 
Fishburn Cyrus D. phys., office 347 Vine, 

bds. Jones House 

FISH EL & BROTHER, (Morris F. & 
Edward F.) Wholesale Clothiers 
and Dry Goods, Oil Main 
FISHEL Edward, (F. &. Bro.) 307 W. 

9th w. of Central av 
Fishel Julius, b.k., 60 Main, h. 367 W. 

9th 
FISHEL Morris, (F. & Bro.) h. 307 W. 

9th 
Fisher Albert, lab., 177 Clinton 
Fisher Alex., actor, bds. International 

Sycamore b 3d and 4th 
Fisher Anna, 451 W. 3d 
Fisher August, shoemkr., 137 Linn 
Fisher B., blksmith, wks. 9 E. 0th 
Fisher Bernard, cab. mkr., wks. at K. 

B. Dobell's 
Fisher Brownlow, printer, 25 W. 4th. h. 

61 E.4th 
Fisher C, mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
FisherC. wks. 69E. Front 
Fisher Caspar, foreman, 102 Wclnut, h. 

26 Hamer 
Fisher Chas., architect, bds. 164 Elm 
Fisher Chas., baker, 335 Walnut 
Fisher Chas. W., eug.. ]-.;48 E. Front 
Fisher Chas., hostler, stable s.s. 6ih b. 

Main and Sycamore 
Fisher D. M., plasterer, 241 Fiiidlay 

FISHER DA V ID. Justice of the Peace, 
n.s. 9th b. Plum and Central av., 
h. 20 Periy 
Fisher David, carp., 4 Moore 
Fisher David, (J. W. Fisher & Co.) 14 

Ann 
Fisher David W., 30 Pearl 
Fisher Edward, draughtsman, s.e.c. 4th 

and Walnut, bds. 104 Elm 
Fisher F. B., spectaclemkr., 62 Main, h. 

224 Main 
Fislier Florin, finisher, wks. s. w. c. 

Elm and Pearl 
FisherFrank.confec, bds. 48 E. Pearl 
Fisher Fred. C-. dry goods, 131 Carr 
Fisher Fred., currier, 142 Sycamore 
Fisher Geo., box mkr., wks. 54 Elm, h. 

Covington 
Fisher Geo., carp., 103 Browne 
Fisher Geo., coach trimmer, s.w.c. 6th 

and Sycamore 
Fisher Geo., tailor, 71 Green 
Fisher Geo., trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Fisher Geo., trimmer, 51 Clinton 
Fisher Gerald, printer, 150 John 
Fisher Gerhart, blksmith, 151 Baymiller 
Fisher H. H., carriage painter, wks. 199 

W. 7th, bds. 141 Longworth 
Fisher Hy., wks. E. Pearl 1 door e. of 

Ludlow 
Fisher Hy., cooper, 208 Cutter 
FLsher Hy., lab., 161 W.3d 
Fisher Hy., shoemkr. rear 92 Broadway 
Fisher Hy., scale mkr., 41 E. 2d, h. 14 

Ann (Line 

Fisher Hy. W.. eng., n.s. Front nr. Corp. 
Fisher Horace, elk., 535 Central av., h. 

240 Plum 
Fisher Hullis, vest mkr., 147 W. Pearl 
Fisher Isaac, dress mkr., 175 Spring 
Fisher J., butcher, wks. n.s. Wade b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Fisher J. W., cashier L. M. R.R. 
Fisher John W. & Co., (John W. F. & 

David Fisher,') feed and grain deal- 
ers, 539 Central av. and 15 River 
Fisher Jas. T.,asham, F. & Co.) 372 

W. 0th cor. Mound 



Fisher John, blksmith, 454 W". Liberty 
Fisher John, bk. binder, 2 Burnet, h. 273 

Bremen 
Fisher John, car trimmer, s.w.c. 6th 

and Sycamore 
Fisher John, cigar mkr., wks. 455 W. 5th 
Fisher John, cutter, 71 Walnut, h. 56 

W.3d 
Fisher John, lab., 162 E. 5th 
Fisher John, lab., 35 Gest 
Fisher John, porter, 49 \V.2d,h. c. Clin- 
ton and Cutter 
Fisher John, tailor, rooms 31 w. end 

Union Block 
Fisher John 0.. bds. U. S. Hotel 
Fisher John W., (John W. Fisher & 

Co.) 426 John 
Fisher John W.. trimmer, 51 Clinton 
Fisher Joseph, butcher, Charlotte b. John 

and Linn 
Fisher Joseph, sawyer, wks. at E. B. 

Dobell's 
Fisher Joseph, table mk r., Pth b. Culvert 

and Cana), les. Sycamore b. 3d and 

4th 
Fisher Julia, 150 John 
FISHER L. E., Elstner & F.) s.e.c. 

Plum and McFarland 
Fisher Lewis, blksmith, 700 Central av 
Fisher Ludwig, policeman, Fullon, b. 

French and Hazen 
Fisher M.Fl., (Reybolt &. F.) 
Fislier Margaret, seamstress, 177 Clinton 
Fisher Mark, policeman, 195 W. Front. 
Fisher Martha, seamstress, bds. 174 

Court, w. of Central av. 
Fisher Martin, carp., Charlotte, b. linn 

and Baymiller 
Fisher Martin, porter, 1 Mary 
Fisher Mary, 48 W. 9th, w. of Central av 
Fisher Michael, butcher, 20 Findlay 
Fisher Nicholas, wks. c. W. Canal and 

Walnut 
Fisher Peter, finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Fisher Peter J., bk. binder, 2 Burnet, 

h. 10.-: Pleasant 
Fisher Philip, tinner. 21, 15th 
Fisher R. E. cab. mkr, 227 Central ay. 
Fisher Pwebecoa. 51 Clinton 
Fisher Robert, stone setter , w. s. Crip- 
pen al, b. Sycamore and Broad iv ay 
Fisher Rosa, 470 W. 5th 
Fisher Sarah, bds. 271 W.Sth 
Fisher Solomon, pedlar, 323 W. 6th 
FISHER Saml. S., (Lee & F.) .'545 W. 

8th 
Fisher Theodore, shoe mkr., bds. 48 W. 

Front 
Fisher Valentine, cigar mkr., 405 Cen- 



F.) 



tral 



FISHER Wm. F. W.. (Barton 

406 W. 4th 
Fisher Wm, book agent, bds 246 Plnm 
FISHER William. (Elstner & F.) n.e.c 

McFarland and Plum 
Fisher Wm. waiter. Mailison House 
Fisher W. H., horse dealer, 13 E. 5th, 

res Avondale 
Fisher Wm. J., gvocer, 446 W. 3d 
Fishier Louis, hat and cap store, 502 

Vine 
Fishman August, cab. mkr , 1C2 Clark 
Fishman C, tailor, 150 Kverett 
Fishwick, J. mach., wks. Greenwood's 

foundry 
Fishwick James, variety store, 429 Cen- 
tral av. 
Fisk Amos, carp., bds. 91 Park 
Fisk B. Frank, carp,, 115 Park 
Fisk J.,204 W. 8th 
Fisk W. B., carp., bds. 579 W. ,5th 
Fisker Herman, cooper, 208 Clark 
Fisse Joseph, tinner. Commerce, b. Race 

and Elm, wks. G. D. Winchell's 
Fist John, lab., 320 Freeman 
Fister Anson, butcher, c. Baymiller and 

W.Liberty 
Fister Gabriel, carp., 53 Oest 
Fisting Victor, printer, 107 Walnut, h. 

53 W.. 5th. (W. 5 th 

Fitch Morgan L., printev, bds. 350i 
Kilch Wm., caulker, 400 W. 4th 
Fits Philip, porter, 1019 Central av. 
Fithian A. P., b.k., 77 W. 4th, bds. 215 

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Fithian Daniel b.k.,n.w.c. 2d and Broad- 
way, h. 173 George 

FithiuuM. F.,215 Plum 

Fithian Philip, pattern mkr., J04 Clin- 
ton 

Fithian W. C., bda-aiS Plum 

Fitley Stancy, sarp., 724 Central av. 

Fitte Frederick, tailor, 2'>3 Broadway 

Fitten Elizabeth. 300 W. 5th 

Fitlen James, lab., 16 Kossuth 

Fitten John, tailor, 349 Central nv. 

Fitts l.everett E., b.k., 10 W. Front, h. 
Covington, Ky 

Fitzgerald ,clk., bds. 138 Longworth 

Fitzgerald Fanny, notions, s.w.c. Bay- 
millcr and Court 

Fitz-rerald Frederick, pattern mkr., 337 
■W.4th 

Fitzgerald Hnnnah, servt., 360 W. 7th 

Fitzgerald Hannah, rear 273 John 

FiTZGEK.\l,D J. W. CO.. (J. W. F. 
& N. J. Templeton.) Wholesale and 
Retail Grocers, s.^v. c. 5th and 
Broadway 
Fitzgerald & .Jackson, (Peter F. & John 

A.J.) wines and liquors, aiid com. 

me-s. 113 E. Pearl, e. of Bro.adway 
Fitzgerald James, butcher, 56 E. 7ih 
Fitzgerald James, elk., 113 E. Pearl, e. 

of Broadway 
Fitzcerald James, cof. h.,130 Centralav. 
Fitzgerald James, fireman, wks. Gas 

Works 
Fitzgerald J.iraes. lab.. Central av. n. 4th 
FitzEfrald James, steam fitter, wks. 221 

W. 5th 
Fitzgerald James, tailor, bds. 136 Main 
FITZGSRALD James W. (J. W. F. & 

Co..) 98 Broadway 
Fitzgerald James W. 175 Broadway 
Fitzgerald John, lab., 2G Dublin 
Fitzgerald John E., elk., s.w c. 7th and 

Central av. bds. 138 Longworth 
Fitzgerald Lawrence, cooper, n.s. 6th, b. 

Baum and Lock 
Fitzgerald Mary Jane,eatinghouse,i4 E. 

8th 
Fitzgerald Mary, servt.. 373 W. Hth 
Fitzgerald Michael, coke-screener, wks. 

Gas Works (Sth 

Fitzgerald Michael, gas fitter, wks. 99 W. 
Fitzgerald Michael, lab., 377 W, 2d 
Fitzgerald Michael, lab., 56 McFarland 
Fitzgerald Oliver, cof. h.,3.w.c. Pearl and 

Race 
Fitzgerald Patrick, brk. layer, nr. W. W. 

Canal, below Carr 
Fitzgerald Patrick, foreman. 359 Plum 
Fitzgerald Patrick, lab., 516 E. Front 
Fitzgerald Peter, (F. & Jackson.) 
Fitzgerald Richard, porter, 52 W. Pearl 
Fitzgerald Richard, shoemkr., 50 McFar- 
land 
Fitzgerald Robert, cooper, 128 E. «th 
Fitzgerald Thomas, waiter, 29 W. 3d 
Fitzgerald Wm., carp., bds. 162 W. 3d 
Fitzgibbon David, cooper, bds. 130 W. 

Court 
Fitzgibbon Patrick, lab., 155 Cutter 
Fitzgibbon Patrick, mach.. 1.55 Cutter 
Fitzgibbons Maurice, carp.,2U5 Baymil- 

ler 
Fitzgibbons Michael, shoemkr..65 W. 4th 
Fitzgibbons Thomas, lab., 96 Freeman 
FitzhaiTJs Andrew. dr.ay., 423 George 
Fitzhugh L. M.. salesman, 88 and 90 W. 

Pearl, res. 269 W. 7th 
Fitzraoran Michael, waiter, Burnetllouse 
Fitzpatrick Charles, grocer, 320 Plum 
Fitznatrick David, tailor. 308 Main 
Fitzpatrick Dennis, lab., 153 W. 9th 
Fitzi>atrick Dennis, lab., wks. 517 Cen- 
tral av. 
Fitzpatrick Edward, carp., 409 W. 7th 
Fitzpatrick Edward, carp., wks. c. 8th 

and Culvert, res. 439 \V. 7th 
Fitzpa'rick Edward, lab., 38 Butler 
Fitzpatrick G., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Fitzpatrick James, lab., 593 W. 8th 
Fitzpatrick James, wks. at Crane, Breed 

& Co.'s 
Fitzpatrick John, bda. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Fitzpatrick John, blksmith, wks. s.w.c. 

7th and Smith 



Fitzpatrick John, cook, e.s. Sycamore, b. 
7th and 8lh 

Fitzpatrick John, lab., 539 W. "th 

Fitzpatrick John, lab., n.e.c Front and 
Water 

Fitzpatrick John, moulder, wks. at A. 
B. Holabird & Co.'s 

Fitzpatrick John, porter, 30 Walnut, h. 
s.e. c. Vine and Water 

Fitzpatrick Joseph, shoemkr., bds. 130 
W. Court 

Fitzpatrick Kyren, carp., 52 Kossuth 

Fitzpatrick Martin, cook. 131 W. 5lh 

Fitzpatrick Mary, 205 John 

Fitzpatrick Mary, laundress, 60 W. Wa- 
ter 

Fitzpatrick Mathew, lab., 464 George 

Fitzpatrick Michael M., blksmith, 265 
John 

Fitzpatrick Michael, grocer, 171 Water 

Fitzpatrick Moses, carp., wks. 537 Free- 
man 

Fitzpatrick Patrick, moulder, bds. 62 
Freeman 

Fitzpatrick Peter, tailor. "08 Main 

Fitzpatrick Tliomas, shoemkr., bds. 130 
W. Court 

Fitzpatrick Wm., bar k., 202 Walnut 

Fitzpatrick Wm., bds., n.w.c. Pike and 
Front 

Fitzimmons,b.k., room 15 Union Bik 

Fitzsimmons David, cooper, wks. 1U5 W. 
Canal, bds. 130 Court 

Fitzsimmons Elizabeth, confec, 328 W. 
8th, w. of Central av. 

Fitzsimmons H., dray., 4G Public Land- 
ing, h. 47 Sycamore 

Fitzsimmons Hy., lab., 47J Sycamore 

Fitzsimmons John, b. k.,70 Waluut.bds. 
Broadway House 

Fitzsimmons John, b. k., 36 North 

Fitzsimmons Mary, 95 E. 3d 

Fitzsimmons Mathew, tailor, 76 W. 3d 

Fitzsimmons Patrick, h.irness mkr., 42 
W. Front 

Fitzsimmons Thomas, upholsterer, wks. 
s.e. C.John and 2d, res. Newport 

Flach Charles, (John Cobb & Co.) h 
Reading Road 

Flach F.. 104 Western av. 

FLACH JOHN C. 
Proprietor Deholt Exchange, 
s.e.c. Court and Main 
Flnchs M.aria, milliner store, 453 Main 
Flaoht Frank., lab., 112 Abigail 
Flack Daniel, horse trader, 187 Bremen 
Flack John, lab., wks. 131 E. Front 
Flack John James, cooper, 143 E. Pearl 

E. of Broadway 
Flack Oscar, dray.. .56 Everett 
Flack Salomon, horse trader, 187 Bre- 
men 
Flade Herman, carp., 2.57 Clark 
Flagg Asa, brittania mkr., n.s. 6th, b. 

Baum and Lock 
Flagg Casper, dray., 550 John 
Flagg George, bds. 174 E. Pearl, e. of 

Broadway 
Flagg M. B., 377 John 
Flagg S. M . propt., Flaggs Good Samar- 
itan, 135 George 
Flagg Wm. J., bds. N. Longwortli's 
Flagge Frances, carp., 145 BaymiHer 
Flagk Frederick, porter, 10 and 12 W. 

Front 
Flaherty Catharine, 202 W. Front 
Flalieity James, bds. 177 E. Front 
Flaherty James, lab., 1 Accommodation 
Flaherty James, locksmith, 51 Plum 
Flaherty John, wks. 103 E. 33 
Flaherty Kate, laundress, Dennison 

House 
Flaherty Michael, hostler. 2.58 W. 9th 
Flaherty Jlichael, tailor, .53 Sycamore 
Flahertv Patrick, blksmith. wks.atC.H. 

Sc D. R. R. machine shop 
Flaherty Patrick, cof. h. and b. h., 177 E. 

Front 
Flaherty Patrick, lab., Sloo al.,nr. Free- 
man 
Flaherty Thomas, lab., w.s. Central av. 

b. 2d and Pearl 
Flaig Jacob M., cof. h.. 82 E. Pearl 
Flaig John, boot and shoe store, 681 Sy- 
camore 
Flanahan Peter, janitor, 13 W. 3d 



Flanagan Henry, blksmith, wks. Lane 

and Bodley"s 
Flanagan Michael, lab., 180 E. Pearl, e. 

of Broadway 
Flanagan l'atrick,carp.,n.e.c. Smith and 

Longworth 
Flanagan Robert, blksmith, wks. Lane 

and Bodley 

FLANAG.'VN AVM., 
Pork Packer, 
3:(7 Cutter, h. 127 Wade 

Flanarv Thomas, lab. ,.''.69 Sycamore 

KlaiKlel Henry, bds. 40 Pike 

Flandry John, lab., n e.c. 6th and liar' 
riet 

Flanedy P., shoemkr., e.s. John, b. Eli- 
zabeth and Chestnut 

Flanegan Edward, lab., Front, nr. Leath- 
erbury Road 

Flaney Byron, wks. s.w.c. 5th and Broad- 
way 

Flaney Joseph, lab.. .538 W. 7th 

Flanicker Patrick, W. lab., 412 Syca- 
more 

Flani'.ran J. E., bar k., 28 Rittenhouse 

FLANIGAN JUHM, 
Cotfee and Boardinghouse, 
n.e.c. Ludlow & Pearl 
Flanigan Josejih, putty mkr., wks. Har- 
rison, Hill & Co.'s 
Flanigan Patrick, carp.. 226 Longworth 
Flanigan Robert, 28 Rittenhouse 
Flannagan Michael, lab., s,s. Court, E. 

of Broadway 
Flannegan Bridget, laundress, e.s. 6th, 

n. of Baum 
Flannegan Michael, coachmkr..9 Lock 
Flannegan Michael, cof. h., 46 Freeman 
Flannegan Patrick, moulder, 25 Augusta 
Flannegan Thoma.?, lab.. 221 Front 
Flannerty John, lab., Beckett al., b- 

Clark and Court 
Flannery Catharine, rear 71 W. Court, 

w. o"f Centra", av. 
Flannery James, lab., 1P2 Cutter 
Flinnery Jolin, lab., w.s. Harriet, nr.6th 
Flannery John, lab., s.s. 7th, b. Broad- 
way and New 
Flannery John, lab., wks. 259 Vine 
Flannerv Martin, cof. h.. River, b. Main 

and Walnut 
Flannery Patrick, Cin. detective police 

agency, n.w.c. 3d and Main 
Flannery Patrick, express driver, h. 

Pleasant Court, b. Race and Elm 
Flannerv Patrick, gilder, bds. 107 W.5th 
Flannerv Patrick, lab., e.s. 0th, n. o 

Baum 
Flannery Thomas, hod-carrier, 44 Cut- 
ter 
Flannery Wm., sheet iron mkr,, bds. 63 

E 3d 
Flannigan Catharine, 74 Plum 
Flannigan Henry, waiter, Burnet House 
Flannigan James, host!er, wks. at Wm. 

Wood's stable 
Flannigan James, lab., h. 204 Elm 
Flannigan James, turner, wks. 196 W. 

Pearl 
Flannijan Michnel, turner, 196 W. Pearl 
Flannigan Patrick, peddler. 333 W. .5th 
Flannigan Robert, blksmith. r. 24 Park 
Flmry Timothy, dray., -569 Sycamore 
Flamm Bernard, merch. tail'.-r, 442 W. 

5th 
Flarar Fred., b. k. mkr., 55 Biddle 
Fiarney Lawrence, lab-. 836 W. Front 
Flartv Andrew, lab., n.e.c. Butler and 

Pearl 
Flajty John, lab., n.s. Pearl, b. Pikeand 

i?utler 
Fl.arty Martin, lab., 68 Butler 
Flaschpol Bernard, drMy.. 381 Bmadway 
Fl.ishman Charles, conductor st. R. R. 
Flatawere Michael, peddler, 163 W. 9th 
Flathe Harris, bds 89 E. 3d. of Cock 
FlatheryT. S.,tel.op.,bds. Burnetllouse 
Flattevman Bernard, cooper, c. Dudley 

and Liberty 
Flattery M., lab., 19 Averv (Canal 

Flattery Martin, wks. c. 3dandW. W. 
Flattery Martin, team.^ter, Everett b. 
Wood and W. W Canal 

FLATTICH JACOB F., 
Sien^er Halle, 
469 Vine 



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Flato Chas., b.k., 7 Public Landing 

Fleak Elizabeth, bds. 6 1 Pike 

Flechter Simon, fancy and staple dry 

goods, 196 and 19S \V. oth 
Fleckenstein Barbara, s.e.c. Liberty and 

Pleasant 
Fleck Anton, huckster, 2 Abigail 
Fleck Oscar, dray, at 21 W. 2d, h. Everett 
Fleck Kinily, seamstress, Lock b. 3d and 

4th 
Fledsher Fred., cooper, 1 10 Western av. 
Fleeman David R., steward Burnet House 

n.w.c. 3d and Vine 
Fleeman Peter, broom mkr.,rearlC Race 
Fleetwood C W., lithographer, 68 \f. 3d 

h. Clevestown. 0. 
Flege Hy.. porter, 18 Public Landing, h. 

21 Hugh 
Fleherty Michael, lab., 258 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Fleichman Samuel, b.k., 78 W. Pearl, h. 

340 W. Bth 
Fleichtheil Moses, 311 Main 
Fieig Andrew, shoemkr., i5i3 Race 
Fleirtheil Moses, elk. G5 Broadway, h. 

311 Main 
Fleisch Jos., lab.. Freeman b. 7th and 8th 
Fleischhauer Adolf, wool dealer. 287 Vine 
Fleischhauer Caroline, seamstress, 4U3 

Sycamore 
Fleischmann Chas., carp., 170 W. Liberty 
Fleischner Levi, stock trader, 13 \Y. 3d 
Fleisohman Christian, finisher, 14 Pro- 
vidence 
Fleischman Christopher, finisher, 14 Pro- 
vidence 
Fieisohtheil Moses, 311 Main 
Fleming Ellen, bk. folder, lil Main 
Fleming Hy., lab., wks. I(i3 E. 3d 
Fleming J. H., salesman 110 VV. 5th, h. 

73 Clinton 
Fleming Jacob J., cab. mkr., 537 W. Bth 
Fleming John, shoemkr., 563 VV. 9th 
Fleming Julia, 316 \V. 9th w. of Central 

av. 
Fleming Martin, grocer, n.e.c. 6th ana 

Baum 
Fleming Nancy, rear297 John 
Fleming Peter, broom mkr., wks. 21 

Walnut 
Fleming Robert, coppersmith, wks. 156 

E. Front 
Flemings Henry, brklayer, 5 North 
Flemings Thos., lab., u.s. Gth b. Baum 

and Lock 
Flemm Cliristian, porter, 34 Walnut 
Fiemming John, lab.. Ill Elder 
Flemming Matthew, eng., M)-* E. Front 
Fiemming Mahaly, 24 E. 7th 
Fienner John, cutter, 66 VV. Pearl, h. 

144 Plum 
Fienner Joseph L., cutter, 75 W. Pearl, 

h. 1U9 Bstts 
Flerscher Eniil, paper hanger, 321 Cen- 
tral av. 
Fleshmann John, lab., n.s. Front b. 

Foster and Corporation Line 
Fletcher A. H., salesman, 137 Walnut, h. 

Mt. Auburn 
Fletcher J., carver in wood. 14 Home 
Fletcher John, moulder, 21 E. 3d e. of 

Luck 
Fletcher John F., 469 W. Gth 
Fletcher Joseph, grocer, 'JiG E. Front 
FLE ICHER Lowell, (L. F., Hobart & 

Co .) 2.52 W. 4lh 

FLKTCHER L., HOBART & CO., 
(Lowell F., William N. U. tc Wm. 
D. Harrison,) Alcohol M^.nufac- 
turers, s e.c. Front and Vine 
Fletcher .Maria, seamstress, 114 Letts 
Fletcher R., printer, bds. 177 Sycamore 
I^A LETCHER ROBERT, 
ri Commission Merchant and Agent 
■^ Landreth's G.u-den Seeds, 64 Syca- 
more, h. Mt. Auburn 
Fletcher Robert, currier, h. 440 W. 8th 
Fletcher Robert B., salesman, 146 VV. 

5th, bds. 206 VV. 5th 
Fletcher VVm., tinner, bds. 42!^ Sycamore 
Fleteryon VVm , lab., 175 York 
FletgerUeorge, brkmkr., 73 Wade 
Fleuor John, cutter, bds. 174 Plum 
Flick Albert, shoemkr.. 499 Race 
Flick U.. finisher, wks. Greenwood's 
Foundry 



Flick Francis, painter. 553 Main 

Flick Fred., cab. mkr., wks. s.w.C. 2d 

and John 
Flick Jacob, stone cutter, 437 Sycamore 

bds 562 Walnut 
Flick Joseph, cof h., Lebanon Road 
Flick Jos., lab., 65:) Vine 
Flick Mattheus, butcher, 388 Bay miller 
Flick Peter, tanner, e.s. Hamburg nr. 

Mohawk 
Flick Peter, tanner, Hamburg nr. Spare- 
rib 
Flick Rudolph, shoemkr.,. 101 E. Pearl 

e. of Broadway, li. 107 Pleasant 
Flicker Andrew, printer, 43 14th 
Flickinger Ann M., seamstress, 1234 E. 

Front 
Flickinger Samuel, 43 Main, h. 302 Rich- 
mond 
Flickner Jacob 0., dealer in leather, oil, 

findings, &o., 239 Main, h. 156 Barr 
Flick John, lab., 12 Hamer 
Flidderman Harmon, cooper, Gest b. 

Freeman and Carr 
Fligel Fred., varuisber, wks. 89 W. 2d 
Fliehmen J. W., carriage mkr., bds. 83 

Sycamore 
Fliehman VVm., car mkr., wks. 9 E. 6th 
Flincke Bernard, carp., 466 Broadway 
Fliucke Hy., lab., 61 Abigail 
Flincke Thos.. dray., 142 Clay 
Flind Jas., shoe mkr., bds. 70 Sycamore 
Flinker John B., carp., l:<9 Spring 
Flinn Andrew, bar k., ai K. 5th, bds. 25 

Harrison 
Flinn Anna, widow, 256 W. 9th, w. of 

Central av. 
Flinn Christopher, lab., Oliver b. John 

and Linn 
Flinn Dominick, waiter, Burnet House 
Flinn Hy., lab , Oliver b. John and Linn 
Flinn Hy., moulder, n.w.c. 2d and Plum 
Flinn Jacob, attorney s.w.c. Court and 

Main, h. 1; Richmond 
Flinn Jas., lab , wks. 221 VV. 5th 
Finn John, elk., Longworth b. Stone 

and Hoadly 
Flinn John, grocer, s.s. Front b. Louis 

and Vance 
Flinn John, lab., 1 Sycamore 
Fliau John, tailor, 35 Lock 
Flinn Margaret, servt., 187 W. 4th 
Flinn Margaret, servt., 3J2 VV. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Flinn Mary, 7 Lon.?worth's bidg., s.s. 

Gth e. of Broalway 
Flinn Michael, Lib , Marsh al. nr. Park 
Flinn Michael, lab., 251 VV. Front 
Flinn Patiick, lab., 50 E. 7th 
Flinn Patrick, lab., 213 W. 3d 
FHmi Patrick, 1 ib.. 239 Race 
Flinn Putrid;, drover, 155 Hopkins 
Flinn Peter, lab , 10 Logan 
Flinn Thus., charcoal dealer, 24 Bank 
Flinn Timothy, grocer, 51 E. 8th 
Flint Andrew, mach., 175 Cutter 
Flint Edward J., teacher, room 27 W. 

End Union Block, bds. 50 E. 3d 
Flint J. D., cashier 0. & M. R. R. Co. 
Flishpart P. F.,. wks. 2u8 Vine, h. 595 

Central av. 
Flohr Hy., clothier, 419 Main 
Flour Isaac, agent, 371 .Main 
Flohr Simon, cutter, 419 Main 
Floken Conrad, couper, wks. 1C7 W. 2d 

h. Sedamsville 
Flom John, butcher, foot of Walnut Hill 
Flom Wolfgang, butcher, foot of Walnut 

Hill 
Flood Ann, laundress, e.s. 6th n. of 

B.ium 
Flood Bernard, lab. 116 Barr 
Flood Edward, cotton spinner, s.s. 3d b. 

Kilfourand Miami Canal 
Flood Edward, lab., w.s. Ludlow b. 

River and Front 
Flood John, shoemkr., 65 W. 4th, bds. 

83 Sycamore 
Flood Michi.el, lab., 612 W. 8th 
Flood Patrick, lab. 109 E. 8th 
Flood VVm., huckster, 620 W. 8th 

FLORER N. M., 
Wholesale fork. Bacon and Lard 
Dealer, 9 Sycamore, h. 117 W. 7th 
Floro Jas., lab., s.s. Front below Hill 
Flotemesch Geo., bklayer, 13 Woodward 



Floto Charles, b.k., C50 Main 
Flottmaun Hy., stove polisher, 202 W. 

Front 
Flower Fred., painter, 269 Central av. 
Flowers Darius, 117 VV. Court w. of 

Central ay. 
Floyd Ale.K. C, attorney, 19 W. 3d, h. 

101) E. Liberty 
Floyd Calvin, wks. 2L> Spring 
Floyd Geo., mach , wks. 1.52 Ham road 
Floyd James, finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Fluch Wendlin, cap mkr., 470 Main 
Flucker Margaret, servt., 44 E. Gth 
Flugel Fred , varnisher, 62 Oregon 
Fluke Ludwig. 365 Linn 
Flurry Chas., mach., wks. 30 Butler 
Flutterman Herman, cooper. 191 Linn 
Flewellen John, elk., 76 ti. 7th 
Flewellen Mary, 75 E. 7th 
Flewellen Wm , boatman, 75 E. 7th 
Fly Anton, cof. h. , 106 Ham. road 
Fly Geo,, cof. h., 22 Ham. roid 
Flynn Ann, 285 W. 8th w. of Central av. 
Flynn Dennis, lab., 164 W. 8th 
Flynn Hy., finisher, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Flynn Jas., lab., wks. 35 Vine 
Flynn John, finisher, rear 93 Martin 
Flynn John, lab., n.w.c. John and Chest- 
nut 
Flynn John J., elk., 120 W. 5th, h. s.s. 

Longworth b. Stone and VVood 
Flynn Mary, servt., 132 VV. 8th 
Flynn Michael, finisher, wks. s.w.C. Elm 

and Pearl 
Flynn Michael, hostler, wks. s.w.c. 9th 

and Baymiller, h. 80 Baymiller 
Flynn Michael, lab., C. U. .V D. R. R. 

depot, h. 421 George 
Flynn Michael, lab., Fulton and Stone 

al. 
Flynn Owen, moulder, wks. s.w.c. Elm 

and Pearl 
Flynn Thomas, carp., 24 W,. Court w. of 

Central av. 

FLYNT M. D., 
Trunk Manufacturer, 2 College Hall 
Bldg. e.s. Walnut b. 4th and 5th, 
h. 423 Central av. 
Flynt M. F., books and periodicals, 423 

Central av. 
Foal Luke, driver, bds. 202 Cutter 
Foan Pat., wks. slaughterhouse, Deer 

Creek Valley 
Fobiana Frank, lab., 75 12th 
Fobiger George, painter, 60 13th 
Foce Hy., elk.. 204 VV. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Foche Frank, dray, 38 Elm 
Fociit Louis, elk., 472 Sycamore 
j^ock Jane, widow, 195 Laurel 
Focke J. H., salesman, 13 VV. Pearl, h 

Court nr. Linn 
Focks Albert, lab., 334 Sycamore 

FOCKS JOHN 
Retail Dry Goods, 
571 Main 

Foddy James, salesman, n.e.c. 5th and 
Vine 

Foerber Francis, blksmith, 490 Walnut 

FoerstFred., lab., 143 Clay 

Foersler Leonard, pyrotechnist, 60 Ob- 
servatory 

FOERTMEVER Adolphus W., (John- 
ston &. F.) n e.c. Cth and Elm 

Foertineyer Ciias..clk , s.w.c. Court and 
Walnut, bds. Teutunia Hotel 

Foertmeyer VV. C, elk., 361 Main. bds. 9 
W. 9th 

Fogalty Eliza, Phoebe b. Plum and Cen- 
tral av. 

Fogarty James, grocer, 613 Central av. 

Fogarty Mdlle., recluse. Convent of the 
Good shepherd 

Fogarty Thomas, japanner, 121 Main, h. 
Phoebe 

Fogel A., brewer, bds., 199 W. 6th 

FuL'el Conrad, blksmith, 22 Ham Road- 

Fogel John, finisher wks. W. R. Dunlap 
& Go's 

Fogelbock Matthias, lab., c. VV. 9th and 
Carr 

Fogelman John, salesman, 67 W. Pearl, 
h. 128 Laurel 

Fogerson John, eng., 70 Abigail 



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Fogerty Bridget laundress. '-'4 Stale 
Foget Chas., cigar mkr., 75 Mohawk 
Fogle Adam, butr.her, 2U3 Liberty 
Fogle Albert, carriage mlir., Carr and 

Harriet 
Fogle Baptist, lab., 480 Linn 
Fogle Benj., (J. A. Clarli & Co.) 41 Cut- 
ter 
Fogle Bennett, tailor, bds. 641 Central 

av. 
Fogle Fred., mach., bds. li.'5 W. 2d 
Fogle John, peddler, 575 Central ay. 
Fogle Joseph, brewer, 104(5 Central av. 
Fogle Martin, peddler, 722 Central av. 
,logle Michael, peddler,8l Providence 
Fogle Peter, teamster, bds. PhcenLx Ho- 
tel 
Fogleman Wm., elk.. 16(1 W. 5th 
Foglesing I£y., lab.. 31)3 W. Front 
Foglepohl Hy., blksmith, 52 Com- 
merce 
FohlpohlJohn H., helper, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and 2d, h. renr ol' 52 Elm 
Fohs W., tailor, 2tf9 W. Liberty 
Foldmer Peter, blksmith, bds. 90 W. 

Court 
Foldner Jacob, cigar mkr.. 214 Laurel 
Foley Bridget, servt, 273 Walnut 
Foley Daniel, lab., 21 E 8th 
Foley Danl., stonecutter, bds. 227 W. 

6th 
Foley Dennis, porter, 17 W. 2d, h. 53 E. 

3d 
Foley Harriet, seamstress, 758 E. Front 

e. of Lock 
Foley I., driver, s.s. Clark b. Freeman 

and Garrard 
Foley James, carp, shop, 52 Sl 54 W. 9th 
w. of Central av., h. 3U W. Court w. 
of Central av. 
Foley James, moulder, wks. Lane & 

Bodley's 
Foley John, carp., 30 Elizabeth 
Foley Mary, laundress, Spencer House 
Foley Michael, composition roofer, 126 

Lock 
Foley Michael, wks. candle factory, M. 
Canal b. 5th b. 6tli 
^ Foley Michael, J., bar k., 13 W. 3d 
> Foley Patrick, cof. h., 60 E.8th 
Foley Patrick, composition roofer, 126 

Lock 
Foley Patrijk, painter, bds. 162 W. 3d 
Foley Peter, lab., 322 Taylor 
Foley Theophilus, boatman, 768 E. Front 
Foley Thomas, 119 Lock 
Foley Timothy, lab., C. H. & D. R.R. 

Machine Shop 
Foley Wm , teamster, Barr below Har- 
riet 
Foley Wm , teamster, bds. 591 W. 6th 
Folge Geo. M., mach., 162 Spring 
FolgerB.,270 Cutter 
FolgerC. R., foundry, 106 Richmond 
FOLQER Charles R., (Miles Green- 
wood & Co.) lOG Richmond 
Folger Geo. M., foreman, c. 3d and Lock 

h. 162 Spring 
Folger Harry, printer, 238 Cntter 
Folger James, mach.. 67 W. 6th 
Folger Peter, carp., 49 Stona 
Folger Seth W., paver, 233 W. 9th w. of 

Central av. 
Folharpst Clemens, teamster, bds. 164 

Carr 
Folharpst Frank, lab., Clark below Free- 
man 
Folick Chas., lab, 121 Mohowk 
Folk Andrew, cigar mkr , 7 Main 
Folk Rodolph, cooper, 12 Brighton 
Folk Simon, shoemkr., 286 Hamilton 

Road 
Folke P. H., blksmith. wks. 702 Vine 
Folking August, mer., 9 Bank 
FolK ner Isaac, trunk mkr., s.e.c. 3d and 

Ludlow 
FoIknerJohn A., carp., s.e.c. 3d and 

Ludlow 
Foil Margaret, bds., 186 W. Court w of 

Central a v. 
Folle Wm., captain, canal, 29 Schiller 
FoUen Andy, huckster, 2.)3 W. 6th 
FoUer Patrick, lab., bds. 443 Main 
Follet Jacob, cirp., 193 Pleasant 
Folneo U., wks. Cin. Gas Light & Coke 
Co., 269 Vine 



Folriede Louis, stone mason, 524 Syca- 
more 
Folser Fred., cab. mkr., 283 Linn 
Folsom John, salesman, 65 Main, bds. 

107 W.ath 
Folsom John A , painter, bds. 107 W. 5th 
Folsom Richard, atty., room 8 s.w c. 4th 

and Walnut, h Sycamore tp. 
Folstoe Geo., miller, 64 Lock 
Foltrink II., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Foltskroft Feli.x, cab. mkr., wks. n.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl, h. 214 CUnton 
Foltz M., cigar mkr., wks. Stewart & 

Hitz man's 
Foltz Martin, butcher, 449 Linn 
Foltz Wendel, tailor, 62 Webster 
Folurger Marshall, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Folz George, tinner, Dayton al. b. Bay- 
miller and Linn 
Fonda C.Y., sheet music and instru- 
ments, 72 W.4th, bds. Walnut Street 

House 
Fonderembese Frank, cigar mkr., wks. 

Central av. b. Water and Front 
Fonderher John, lab., Longworth b. 

Stone and Hoadly 
Fondley Jacob, stone mason, 540 Plum 
Fonkner Roswell, elk., 345 George 
Fontayne Albert, mach., 162 Richmond 
Fontayne Charles, photographer, 3U9 W 

3d 
Foogers Hy., bds. s.w.c. Smith and 5th 
Foos Hy., distiller, 363 W. 8th 
Foos Wm., baker, 207 Cutter 
Foot Andrew, salesman. No. 8 Burnet 

House, h. 286 George 
Foot Andrew R., b.k , 5th b. Main and 

Walnut, h. 101) Barr 
Foot Frank H., grocery and feed store, 

81 &(^3 Baymiller, and cof. h., 71 

Bay miller 
Foot Hy., varnisher, 157 Linn 
Foote .Andrew, salesman, 286 George 
Foote Andrew R., salesman, 20 W. 5th, 

h. 100 Barr 
Foote Chas. B., Cash. Commercial Bank, 

132 M ,in, res. Walnut Hill 

FOOTE CHARLES D., 
Terra Cotta Works, 76 W. 3d, 
h. 298 W. 4th 
FOOTK, CLAY & CO., (John T. F., 
Ralph A. Clay, deo'd, & Job M. 
Nash,) Foreign and DoiKestic Li- 
quors, 17 & 19 W. 2d 
Foote E. A., elk., h. Walnut Hills 

FOOTE GOKRGE F., M. D., 
Dentist, 
127 W 7th 
FOOTE HKNRY E., 
Physician, 
HO Richmond 
Foote John P., 2.01 W. 3d 
FOOTE John T., (F., Clay & Co.) 117 
E.3d 

FOOTE JOHN W., Cincinnati Butter 
Store, 11)9 &20J Central av., 
h. 457 W. 7th 
Foote Oliver P., finisher, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Foote Oliver P., packer, 31 W. 8th 
Foote W. H.. b.k.. 293 W. 5th 
Footman Antony, mach., 71 Abigail 
Fope Joi.n, shoe store, 188 Barr 
Foppe John, (F. & Longland.) 402 W. 

5th 
Foppe & Longland, (John F. & Joseph 

L.) boots and shoes, 492 W. oth 
Foran Patrick, lab., 46 Lock 
Foran Patrick, lab., u.e.c. Butler and 

Pearl 
Forber Sam!., tanner, wks. 173 Hamilton 

Road 
Forbes Alex., mach., Ilorne al. nr. Har- 
riet 
Forbes B. M., freight agt., C. H. & D. 

depot, bds. 189 Barr 
Forbes Dennis, carriage mkr., wks. Geo. 

C. Miller & Son's 
Forbes Ellen dressrakr.,3 Baum 
Forbes Georire. collector, lOo Mound 
Forbes Geo. W., street waterer, 133 Bank 
Forbes Geo. W.. elk. Bank of the Ohio 

Valley, h. 235 W. 7th 
Forbes James, 3 Baum 



Forbes John W., blksmith, 28 Baum 

Forbes .Mary, press feeder, wks. E. Mor- 
gan & Son's 

Forbes Miles, carriage mkr., wks. Geo. 
C. Miller &. Son's 

Forbes Miles, carriage painter, c. Obser- 
torv and Hatch 

Forbes Wm. T., Principal of Third Dis- 
trict School, Mt. Adams, h. 14G 
Broadway 

FORBHIGKR Adolphus, (Ehrgott, F. 
& Co.) 60 W. 13th 

Forbs Valina, nurse, 30 David 

Forbus J. F., tannei', e-s. Canal nr. Find- 
lay 

FORBUS John F., (F. & Stevenson,) n. 
w.c. Elm and Findlay 

Forbus Shafer, c. Oliver and Providence 

flORBUS & STEVENSON, (John F. 
F. & Peter G. S.) Dealers in Hides, 
Oil and Leather, 254 Main 
Forbus Wm. H., elk., 2.54 Main, bds. Ctjl 

Elm 
Forbush Ann, 42 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
FORCE Manning F., (Kebler & F.) 87 
W.7th 

FOHCHHEIMER & MACK, (M. S. 
F. & Chai-les W. M.; Wholesale 
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods, 102 &. 
1114 W. Pearl 
FORCHHEIMER M. S. (F. & Mack,) 

99 E. 3d 
Ford Alonzo, boots and shoes, 1225 Cut- 
ter 
Ford Amanda, chambermaid, Sullivan 

al. b. Broadway and Culvert 
Ford Archibald finisher, wks. Palmer 

Pump Go's 
Ford Benj. dentist, bds. 29 W. 7th 
Ford D., 35 Longworth 
Ford Elizabeth, 160 Livingston 
Forel Emily W., bk. folder, 160 Living- 
ston 
Ford G. W., shoemkr., 180 W. Gth 
Ford George, carp., bds. 140 Carr 
Ford Geo., elk., bds 82 E. Pearl 
Ford Harriet E., paper box lakr., 160 

Livingston 
Ford Ida, 33 George 
Ford James, lab., 33 Lock 
Ford John, lab., nr W. W. Canal below 

Carr 
Ford Jonathan, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Ford JohnB., elk., •-19 W. 4th, h. 168 

Elm 
Ford Rev. Lucien C . publisher Central 

Christain Herald, 28 W. 4th, res. 

Walnut Hills 
Ford M., bds. Railroad Hotel 
Ford Mary, 79 Dayton al. b. Linn and 

Baymiller 
Ford Mary, 168 Elm 
Ford Michael, lab., 172 Cutter 
Ford Samuel, shoemkr., 712 W. Front 
Ford Sarah, chambermaid, n.w.c. Oth & 

Culvert 
Ford Smith R., (Carpenter & F.) 124 W. 

Oth 
Ford Wm., grocer,s.s. Front b. Reed and 

Br lad 
Ford Wm , pilot, bds. 168 Elm 
Ford Wm. Oliver, di-ug elk., 160 Living- 
ston 
Fordmanu John, lab., 71 Abigail 
i'ordyce Frank, elk.. Railroad Hotel 
Fordyce John, wks. Rail Road Hotel 
Fore P. G., phys., n.e.c. Vine and 7th 
Forfsink Hy., moulder, 1.58 E. 5[h 
Forge Richard, bk. layer, w.s. Central av. 

b. 2d and Pearl 
Forgey J. P., b.k., 20 and 22 W.2d, h. 

330 Linn 
Forhair John, pressman, 126 Poplar 
Forhare John, candle mkr., 126 Poplar 
FORKNER James (Elmer & F.J Centre- 

ville, Ind 
Porkner Roswell E., b.k. Elmer & Fork- 

ner, h. 345 George 
Forman G., moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
FORMAN Wm. H. (Van Dokkum & F.l 

17 George 
Formann Adolph, lab., 363 Bi-ondway 
Former Theodore, cooper, 22 Woodward 



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Forndick J. G.. locksmith, s.e.c. Buck- 
eye and Poplar 
ForneUer Jacob, cooper, TOT Race 
Fornunj: Cathiirine. 57 Liberty 
Fonalt Ily., lar)., 435 W. 2,1 
Forrest Win. T., atty., 20 W. Court, h. 

352 Elm 
Forrester Bernard, nurse, at Commercial 

Hospital 
Forrester D. S., carp., u.w.c. John and 

LauKel 
Forrester Daniel, carp., 65 W. Court 
Forcistall Chas. T.. sijtn painter, tc, 

13-2 Vine, h. 185 H Ban- 
Forristail Ily. H , sign painter, bds. 37 

Ban- 
Forristall James, japanner, bds. 37 Barr 
Forristall Jane, 37 Barr 
Forristall Wm. A., painter, bda. 37 Ban- 
FORRY Herman. (Hale &. Co.) bds. 127 

W. 5th 
Forsberg A., truss mltr., 5 \C. 4th 
Forsberg Otto, bds. :i33 Vine 
Forse & Stetson (Wm. F. & John C S.,) 

exchange otBce, 14 E. 3d 
Forse Wm. (F. & Stetson,) Covington 
Forsha S. VV., phys., 413 W. .5th 
Forshaem Herman, cooper. Spring b. 

Abigail and Dayton Road 
Forster Anton, cof. h., 712 Vine 
Forster Hy., salesman, 188 Water 
Forsler Hermin, shoemKr., 321 W. 6th 
Foriter Wm. S., cof. h., 36 E. 5th, h. 13 

Commerce 
Fort Alex-, plumber, bds. 128 Mound 
FortElijah, boatman, 5ti New- 
Fort Hiram P., b.k.,5S W. 4th, bds. 132 

Broadway 
Forte Hy., dray., 168 Clay 
Forte Hy.. varnisher, loTLinn 
Forter Abraham, lab., IlTBetts 
Forthmeyer Wm., elk., s.e.c. 9th and 

Main, h 9 W. 9th 
Fortman Francis, Bavarian brewery, n.e. 

c. Clay and 12th 
Foj-tman Hy.,carp., 209 Hopkins 
Fortman Hy., porter, s.w.c. 4tli & Wal- 
nut, h. 468 Broailway 
Fortman John, coremkr., T5 Kilgour 
Fortman n Clemens, cupalo tender, wks. 

W. R. Dunlap & Co's 
Fortmann Fred., cigar mkr., wks. 57 

Ham. R'^ad 
Fortmann Hv., cab. mkr., ?09 Hopkins 
Fortmann Hy.. cigar mkr., wks. 646 

Race 
Fortmann Hy E., cik., 105 W. 3d 
Fortner Hiram, caulker, 6fi6 E. Front 
Fortner Meredith, lab., 966 E. Front 
Fortney Iliiam, lab., Front nr. Leather- 
bury road 
FortDijiit Chas., eng., c. of Front and 

Hazen 
Fortreada Wm., lab,, 79 Augusta 
Fortune C lab., 359 Cutter 
Fortune Chas. J., tinner, 180 W. Court 
Fortune Christopher, wks. c. Wade and 

Plum 
Fortune Patrick, blksmith, wks. Niles 

' Works, h. Newport 
Forwald Frederick, lab., bds. n.w.c. 

Hannibal and 5th 
Fos Hy,. teamster, 66 Dudley 
Fosbert Bernard, carpet weaver, 186 

Clark 
Fosbring Mary, servt , 382 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Foscula Hv-, tanner, c. of Fulton and 

Green's al 
Foscula Hy., tanner, Rail Roadb. Broad 

and Green 
FOSDICK Chas. R. (Chas. R. F. & Co.) 
s.w.r. 9th !\nd Race 

FOSDICK CHARLES R. & CO., 
(Chas. R. F.) 
Commission Merchants, 41 Vine 
Fosdick M. K., widow. l.iS York 
Fos.lick Margaret. 500 W. 4th 
FOSDICK Samuel (Harkness, Strader & 
F.) Glendale 

FOSDICK WILLIAM W., 
bds. National Hotel 

Fosguder H,, carp.. 389 W Liberty 
Foske John, cab. mkr., wks. 470 W. 6th 
Foskie Herman, grocer, 185 Hopkins 



Foss Conrad, carp.. Walnut Hills 
Foss John M., c-lk., Southsate House, s. 

e.c. 6th and Elm 
Foss Stephen, phys., TO Longworth 
Foss Wm., teamster, 112 Avery 
Fossamkampar Hy., carp., n.e. c. Court 

and Cutter 
Fosse Conrad, carp., Walnut Hills 
Fosset Jesse, blksmith, 56 Richmond 
Fossett Peter, whitewasher, rear 46 Race 
Fossner John A., cof. h., s.w.c. Liberty 

and Walnut 
Fost Hy.. (Wechman &. Co.) Dudley b. 

Wade and Liberty 

Foster , elk., bds. 164 Elm 

Foster Allen, porter, s.w.c. 3d and Br'd- 

way 
Foster Charles, 66 E 4th 
Foster Chas. H., b.k. at W. T. & S. D. 

Day & Co's, h. 314 W. 9th w. of 

Central av 
Foster Catharine, servt., 79 Milton 
Foster D. H., carp., bds. s.w.c. 6th and 

Plum 

FOSTER D. M. G., 
Boarding House, 
s.w.c. 3d and Broadwa.v 
Foster David, carp , h. 276 George 
Foster Eliz.abeth, 290 W. 8th w. of Cen- 
tral av 
Foster Francis, lab., 234 Richmond 
Foster George, cof. h.. Walnut Hills 
Foster Geo., porter, Watson al. b. 7th & 

Sth 
Foster George, porter, wks. s.e.c. John 
and 2d, h. 23 E. 7th 

FOSTER G. W. & CO., (Geo. W F. & 
Lemuel T. Wells). Copoer Face 
Tye Manufactory, 139 W," 5th, up 
stairs 
FOSTER George VV. (Geo. W. P. & Co.) 

128 W. Court w. of Central av 
Foster Ida, 123 Mound 
Foster J. D.. salesman, 101 W. Pearl, 

bds. 101 W. 5th 
Foster James, s s. Front b. Foster and 

Corp. line 
Foster James, lab., rear 161 Water 
FOSTER James fr. (James F , jr., & 
Co.) 1.36 W. 8th 

FOSTER JAMES, jr., & CO. (James 
F., jr., & Henry Twitcheil), Opti- 
cians, Mathematical and Philo- 
sophical Instrument Makers, s.w.c. 
5th and Race 
Foster Jane, s.s. Front b. Foster & Corp, 

line 
FOSTER JoabG. (Hughes & F.), 292 

Water 
Foster John A., auctioneer, res. Walnut 

Hills 
Foster John B., car. mkr., wks. 9E.6th, 

1k1.s. 73 E. 5th 
Foster John S., auctioneer, 13 E. 5th, 

res. Walnut Hills 
FOSTER Joseph (J. F. & Co.) 444 Elm 

FOSTER JOSEPH & CO. (Joseph F. 
t Bobert S. Coleman), Steam Mar- 
ble and Free Stone Works, n e.c. ■ 
Elm and Canal 

Foster Lewis R., watchman, rear 463 W. 
3d 

Foster Mary, servt., Baymillcrb Oliver 
and Poplar 

Foster Nathaniel, phys., n.e.c. 3d and 
Broadway, h. 96 Broadway 

Foster 0., National Theater i 

Foster Pocahontas, al. b. 5th and 0th and 
Walnut and Main 

Fosters. 11., b.k., 16 Davton I 

Foster Seth C. (F. & Stearns) Clifton 

Foster Susan, 128 W. Court w. of Cen- 
tral av 

Foster Theodore, varnisher, 17 15th 

Foster Thomas, bds. 84 K. 5th 

FOSTER THOMAS, Grocer, 100 E. ' 
Pearl e. of Broadway, h. n.w.c. 
Pe.irl and Broadway 
Foster Wm., cooper, 12 Commerce \ 

Foster Wm. A., painter, bds. 158 W. 3d 
Foster Wra. S., '-90 W. 8th w. of Central t 

av 
Fosthnff Theodor 

son 
Fotler Frederick, mach,, ,502 Central av 
Fotorlough Wra., painter, 196 Clark 



isher, 17 Jeffer- 



Fottrell Jacob, chair painter, 14 14th 
Foucar Maurice, currier, 64 Dunlap 
Foughney Martin, cof. h., 8 River 

FOULDS T. H. & CO., 
Commission an-l Forw.arding Mer- 
chants, 59G and .598 W. 5th 
FOULDS Thomas H., (T. H. F. & Co.). 
i res. W. Covington 

■ Foulger Mary, 238 Cutter 

Foulger Richard, bds. n.w.c. Pike and 

Front 
Foultz Clemens, lab., 26 Brighton 
Fountain Joseph, saloon, 3.37 Kim 
Fourgerel Eml, cutter, wks. Lock b. 5th 

and 6th, h. Newport 
Fourgerel Emil, appren., 16 E. 5th 
Fournier Edward, salesman, 53 Main, h. 

Newport 
Fouss B., finisher, 50 Jones 
Foutt Charles, brkmli r.,259 Carr 
Foutty George W., boatman, n.s. Fulton 

b. Washington and Weeks 
Foutty Joseph, boatman bds n.s. Fulton 
I b. Washington and Weeks 

Fowee John, shoemkr., wks. 171 W. 5th 

■ Fowee Jno. C, shoemkr., 15U Hopkins 

FOWLER A. W.. 
Intelligence Office, 
393 Elm 
Fowler Catharine, bds. 294 W. 4th 
Fowler H. W., phys., office 24 W. 5th 
Fowler Hy. C, car].., 1(I5 W. Front 
Fowler James, lab., e.s. 6th n. of Baum 
Fowler James, wks. n.w.c. Pearl and M. 

Canal 
Fowler Joseph, huckster, 126 E. 6th 
Fowler Slary, dress mkr , Carr nr. 6th 
Fowler Napoleon B., elk. 53 E. 2d, h. 

330 Clark 
Fowler Samuel, finisher, 41 E. 3d, e. of 

Lock 
FOWLER S. N. (Ferris, Dunlevy & 

F.) 119 W. 7th 
Fowley James, lab., Yeatman b Syca- 
more and Broadway 
Fowkes Henry, traveling agent. 430 

George 
Fox A., Hebrew writer, 489 Central av. 
Fox A.,lab.,8UGest 
Fox Adam, grocer, 34 Findlay, h 42 

Findlay 
Fox Adam C, (Luthy & F.) 34 Findlay 
Fox Alfred, egg packer, 68 E. Pearl, 

bds Newport 
Fox Amanda, washwoman, c. of 7th and 

Culvert 
Fox & Baker, (Geo. F. &. Albert B.) 

cooper shop, 476 Elm 
Fox Bernard, (Cavanaugh & F.) bds. 

Dennison House 
Fox Benj. L., policeman, 218 W. Front 
Fox Bernard, carp. 227 Betts 
Fox C. N., 41 Everett 
Fox Catharine, 214 W. Front 
Fox Charies, b. k., 41 Everett 
Fox Charles, cooper. 86 Mohawk 
FOX Charles, (F. Harris & Fox,) 123 

W. 9th 
Fox Charles. (F. & Eibeck.) 86 Mohawk 
Fox Charles, tinner, n.s. 6th above Baum 
Fox Charles, waiter, n.w.c. Vine and 

Longworth 
Fox Chas. J., .sawyer, 133 Smith 
FOX Charles H., (Fox, Harris & F.,) 123 

W. 0th 
Fox Christina, seamstress, Fulton nr. 

Kemper Lane 
Fox Conrad, waiter. .30 E. 3d 
Fox Edward, horse nail mkr., 159 Cutter 
Fox Edward, lab., wks. Hunt e. Broad- 
way 
Fox Edward, lab., 81 Spring 
Fox Eliz.aheth, 34 Findlay 
Fox & Eilieck. (Chas. F. & John E.) 

coopers, 105 Browne 
Fox Francis, harness mkr. 23 E. 5th, 

bds. 18 E. 5th 
Fox Frederick, elk, at Gibson House, 

h. 247 Cutter 
Fox Fred., trunk mkr., wks. .507 Plum 
Fox Geo., coffin mkr , wks. 4U E. Sd 
Fox Geo.. (F. & Baker.) 27 Pleasant 
Fox Geo.. (Thos.& G. F..) Walnut Hills 

FOX. HARRIS & FOX, 
(C. F., S. T. H. & C. H. F.,) At- 
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Fox H. A., {Kunkler F. & Co.,) 29 

M,)ore 
Fox Henry, trunk mkr., wks. 507 Plum 
Fox J., fiiiislier, wks. Greenwood's foun- 
dry 
Fox Jacob, trunk mkr., wks. 507 Plum 
OOX JACUU, 

H Um'irella and Parasol Manufactur- 
-^ er, siaj Central av. 
Fox John, carp., 76 Observatory Road 
Fox Jolin, moulder. 34 Campbell 
Fox John, plasterer, 30 W. Court w. of 

Central ;iv. 
Fox John, wagon mkr., 509 Elm 
Fox John, waiter, Burnet House 
Fox Johu, waiter, w. s. 6th above Baum 
Fox John K., cooper, 3i6 Water 
Fox Jonas salesman, 29 Sycamore, h. 

489 Central av. 
Fox Julius, jeweler, 6.)1 Central av. 
Fox Lewis, tinner, s.s. Front b. Walnut 

aud Vins 
Fox Maria, 3!0 W. 6th 
Fox Martin, lab., s.s. Friendship b Pike 

and But.'er 
Fox Michael, meat store, 84 Buckeye 
Fox Mary, teacher, 7th b. John and 

Mound 
Fox Patrick, (Carney & F.,) bds. 20 E. 

5th 
Fox Patrick, watchman, n. s. 6th nr. 

Mill Creek 
Fox T., dress mkr., 489 Central av. 
Fox Thomas, lab., wks. Gas Works 
Fox Thomas, lab., S3 Barr 
Fox Thomas, {T. &. G. F,,) Lockland 
Fox Thomas B., marble polisher, 54 

Richmond 
Fox Thus. & Geo., (Thos. & Geo. Fox,) 

starch manufs. 61 Walnut 
Fox WiilKira, elk., 14 Main, bds. c. 

Front aud Broadway 
Fox Wm. F., elk., 12 Broadway, bds. 

RU. Hotel 
Foy Brid^'et, 40 Pierson 
Foy John, stone cutter, 337 W. 5th 
Foy Michael, cof. h. 9 W. River 
Foy VFm., lab., 7 Jackson 
Fraas G H., millinery goods 385 Central 

av. 
Track Geo., dray.. 170 Poplar 
Fracdak Catharine, 926 Central av. 
Frager J., CMm!) mkr., n<d Wade 
Frager Michael, biksmith, 1 New 
Frahlech Geo., dray., 13 Sycamore, h 

5th b Lock and Baum 
Frahey Joseph, boot and shoe store, 

Kiver b. Main and Walnut, h. Race 

b, Front and 'Jd 

Fr.ahley Geo., dray., Kilgour nr. 5th 
Frahlich Bernard, porter, 17 Main, s.w. 

c. Allison and Walnut 
Frahlick Josei^h, 557 Race 
Framen Henry, stone mason, 29 Carr 
Framiink John, lab., '(JO Carr 
Francaise Pension, cof. h. 73 Front 
France Geo., wks. 352 Central av., bds. 

191 W. Canal 
Franceman Lewis, wks. 70 and 72 W. 

Court, h. 0J3 Elm 
Francen Francis, carp., 530 W. 3d 
Frances Abram W., biksmith, 114 Liberty 
Frances H., boiler mkr., wks. n.e.c. 

Front and Butler 
Francey Daniel, servt. Walnut St. House 
Francis Al>raham W., biksmith, 93 K. 

8th. h. 114 E.Liberty 
Francis Fiederick, biksmith, 609 Race 
Francis Henry, painter, bds. 3;i9 Main 
Francis Henry, packer, 33D Main 
Francis Dr. J. B., dentist, 137 W.4th 
Francis James, cigar mkr., n.e.c. Long- 
worth & Central av. 
Francis Uewis, carp., bds. 404 W. 5th 
Francis Louis, tailor, wks. 171 Main, h. 

224 Walnut 
Francis Mary, grocer, 591 W. 6th 
Francis Peter, lab.. 591 W. 6th 
Francis Richard, moulder, 49 Harrison 
FRANCISCO Andrew W., (Henry Reed 

& Co.,) Walnut Hills 
Francisco Church, u.w.c. Vine and Lib- 
erty 
Franeisco Geo., butcher, 187 Poplar 
FranciscoGeo. J., mess. U. S. Exp. Co., 
bds. Broadway Hotel 



Francke A., (F. & Co.,) s.e.c. 5th and 

Race 
Francke Albert, finisher, 114 Liberty 
Franck Chiis.. (F. & Co.,) 139 W. Pearl 
Fraiick Charles & Co., (Chas. F. & 

Samuel Meyer,) liquor merchants, 

139 and 141 W. Pearl 
Francke & Co., (A. F. & R. Togel) cap 

manuf., 249 Central av. 
Francman Jacob, turner. Elm b Elder 

and Findlay 
Francois Louis, bds 224 Walnut 
Franglin Peter, cooper, w. s. Western 

av., b. Bank and Harrison av. 
FranhoEf Toney, finisher, wks. s. w. c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Frank wood sawyer, 653 AV. 

Front 
Frank Abraham, tailor, h. 187 Sycamore 
Frank Antony, cooper, 346 Ham.Koad 

i^RAMi. AUGUSTUS W., 
I Family Grocery, 126 W. 6th, h 241 
Race 
Frank Bernard, turner, 158 E. 5th 
Frank Benedick, loan office, 473 Race 
Frank C. J., elk., 413 Central av. 
Frank Casper, 47 Pleasant 
Frank Chas., huckster, 32 Canal 
Frank David, (Hesse, Levy & Co.,) h. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Frank David, wagoner, 718 Vine 
Frank E., loan ofiice, 182 Vine, (res. 

same) 
Frank G. A., fam. grocery, 413 Central 

av. 
Frank H., shoemkr., 275 Freeman 
Frank Henry, carver, bds. 143 Race 
Frank Henry, portrait painter, s.w.c. 9th 

and Main 
Frank Herman, cooper, wks. s.s. Dayton 

b Freeman and Western av. 
Frank Isaac, rear 302 W. 8th w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Frank Isaac, b.k.,78 Main, h. 2 Harrison 
Frank Isaac, peddler, s.w.c. 6th and 

Broadway 
Frank Isaac, physician, oiEce and res. 

216 Elm 
Frank Jacob, 153 W. 6th 
Frank Jacob, bds. 51 Elizabeth 
Frank Joana, wid., c. Liberty and Cen- 
tral av. 
Frank John, rear 289 W. 8th, w. of Cen- 
tral av. 
Frank Joseph, elk., 4 Commercial Row, 

h 106 Plum 
Frank Joseph, lab., 760 W. Front 
Frank Joseph, printer, wks. 120 Main, 

h. e. s. Pike b Front and Pearl 
Frank Kilian, lab., .599 Sycamore 
FRANK Leo M., ^Franklin & F.,) h 259 

VV.3d 
Frank Margaret, . 19 Pendleton 
Frank Mary, s.s. Friendship b. Butler 

and Pike 
Frank Peter, 27 Providence b Oliver and 

Findlay 
Frank Rachel, 153 W. 6th 

FRANK SAML. H., 
Grocer, n.w.c. Vine and Canal 

Frank Simon, painter, 30 W. Court, h. 

473 Kace 
Frank Solomon, peddler, bds. s. w. c. 

7th and Walnut 
Frank Victor, stone mason, 571 Race 
Frank Wm., cigar mkr., h 6 Hamer 
Frank Zepher, carp., 527 Plum 
Franka Mary, seamstress, 67 Riitenhouse 
Franke Bernard, (Frauke &. Jones ; 158 

E. 5th (Front 

Franke Charles, shoemkr., h. 760 W. 
Franke Clamor, b. k., 109 W. Pearl, h. 

Newport 
Franke Frank, chair mk., 67 Rittenhouse 
Franke Frederick, 100 Hunt 
Franke & Jones, (Bernard F. & John F. 

J.,) scroll sawyers, 128 W. 2d 
Franke William, ciiiar mkr , 6 Hamer 
Frankel B. & AV., (Benj. F. & Wm. F.,) 

forwarding mer., 62 Fndlay 
Frankel Benj., (B. &. AV. F.,) 62 Findlay 
Frankel AVm., (B. & AV. F.) res. Spring- 
field, 0. 
Frankenberg Herman, chair mkr., 101 

Woodward 



Frankenberg Isaac, butcher, 560 Cen- 
tral av. 
Frankenberger John, tailor, 180 Walnut 

fMlANKENSTElN OkuKGE, 
I Local Kditor "Times," 
62 W. 3d 
Frankenstein Jacob, barber, 703 Elm 
Frankenstein John, artist, over 14 E. 

4ih 
Frankhouse Wm., teamster, 40 Logan 
Frankland Benj., book and job printer, 

22 W. -Ith, h. 118 E. Liberty 
Frankland Sarah, 118 E Liberty 
Frankland Thos , printer, 22 AV. 4th, hds 

118 E. Liberty 
Franklin Ahrens, whitewasherSOLock 

f^RANKLIN ALMANAC & DIARY, 
1 (Annual.) n.e.c^ 4lh and Walnut, 
B. F. Sanford Editor and Propr. 
Franklin Benj. J., editor, 326 W. 3d 
Franklin C. 119 E. 6th 
rARANKLlNCHAS. W., 
H Produce and Commission Merchant 
-*■ 31 Vine, h. 88 E. 3d 

Franklin Clements S , barber, bds. 356 
VV. 5 th 

FRANKLIN COTTON FACTORY, 
n.e.c. 3d and Smith, (Samuel Fos- 
dick. Estate of Anthony Harkness, 
and Jacob Strader, deceased) 

FRANLIN & FRANK. (Henry F. & 
L. M. F.) Manufacturers and Deal- 
ers in Jewelry, 48 Main 
FRANKLIN Henry, (F. &. Frank,) 328 

George 
Franklin J. C, policeman, 90 Everett 
Franklin J. Griffiths, salesman, 162 

Main 
Franklin Jane, widow, 57 Providence 
irauklin John, errand boy, IflC AV. Pearl 
Franklin Louis, cab. mkr., 64 AV. Pearl, 

h. 31 Pleasant 
Franklin Louis M., b.k., 79 Main, h. 201 

AV. 4th 
Franklin Max, fancy goods, toys, &.c., 

79 Main, h. 2iil W. 4th 
Franklin Melinda, laundress, 18 Union 
Franklin Milton, steward, 14 Woodward 
Franklin Sarah, 326 Central av 
Franklin Spencer, elk., 1^8 George 
TmRANKLIN '1 YPE & STEREOTYPE 
h Foundry, R. Allison, Supt., 
-*• 168 Vine 

Franklin AVm., dray, 261) Clinton* 
Franklin AVm., express, "0 Laurel 
Pranlinecht Rudolph, saddler, 308 Main 
Pranks Fred., res. Mt. Auburn 
Franks Phillip, cigar mkr., bds. 345 

AValnut 
Franks Phillip, wood sawyer, 25 E. 3d e. 

of Lock 
Franks Wm. J., cigar mkr., bds. Jeffer- 
son House 
ranks Geo , biksmith, 191 W. Canal 
Fransep Jacob, lab., n.e.c. Freeman and 

Clinton 
Franter Edwin, turner, 490 AV. Front 
Frariter Jas., manager Globe IrouAVks., 

h.433AV.4th 
Frantner G. F., cof. h., s w.c. Elm and 

Henry 
Frants Danl., carmkr., bds. 177 Syca 

more 
FrantyJohn N., m.ach., 1 Observatory 

Road 
Frantz Felix, tailor, 389 A'ine 
Frantz Hy., mach., 243 AV. Oth' 
Frantzrab J. H., grocer, s.e.c. Liberty 

and Pleasant 
Frantz John, expressman, c. Findlay 

and Freeman 
Frantz John H., finisher, 13 Observatory 

Road 

FRANZ CONRAD, 
Gas Fitter, 58 & 60 W. Court, 
h. AValnut Hills 
Franz Frank, moulder, bds. 24:1 AV. 6th 
Franz Geo., shoemkr., 243 AA'. 6lh 
Franzem Frank, cab. mkr., 530 AV. 3d 
Fraser Geo., lab., bds. 114 Hunt 
Eraser Geo. N. C-, moulder, s.w.c. 5th 

and Park 
Fraser Hy., lab .wks. 20 Spring 
Fraser Thos., bds. Broadway Exchanfre 
Fraser Thos. K., carp., 46 Stone, bds. 
447 AV. .5th 



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Fratheite Catharine, widow, 10 Dudley 

Fratz J. G., 481 \V. bth 

Fi-atz John 6. jr., elk., n.e.c. George 
and Biymiller 

Fraunich Rudolph, saddler, 55 Wood- 
ward 

Frawley John, Lock b. 'M and 4th 

Fraxel VFm., cooper, wks. 13,> Central 
av. 

Frayen Ann, 311 Elm 

Frayne Mary, cof. h., 11 River 

Frazee Clark, -jrocer, 15'J4 E. Front, h. 
151G E. Front 

Frazer A., finisher. 424 Freeman 

Frazer A., huckster, 1'I4 Gest 

Frazer Abner L., salesman, 58 Walnut, 
res 4G1 W. 8th 

FRAZER Alex., (F. & Myer,) 25 Long- 
worth 

Frazer Andrew, pilot, ITfiJ Bavmiller 

Frazer .4 iberry, grocer, G2 Avery, e. of 
Park 

FRAZER & BARR, (John F. & Henry 
B.) Lumber Dealers, n.s. ' th, near 
C, II. & D. R.R. Depot 
Frazer Chas., elk.. 62 Avery e. of Park 
Frazer Geo., 380 E. Front 
Frazer Geo., mechanic, 587 K. Front 
Frazer Geo. Wm., elk., Lafayette Bank- 
ing Co., bds. n.w.c. .3d and Smith 
Frazer Hiram, surveyor Central Ins. Co.. 
n.w.c. 3d and Smith 

FRAZER.) AMES A., Wholesale Gro- 
cer and Commission Merchant, 66 
&08 Walnut, h. 1(I3 Pike 
FRAZER John, (F. & Ban-,) cor. Hunt 

and Corporation Line 
Frazer Johi,. mach., wks. Gas Works 
Frazer Melvin, caulker, 956 E. Frnnt 

FRAZER & MEYER, (Alex. F. &. lly. 
M.) Paper Hangings, 
161 Walnut 
Frazer Thos., bds. Broadway Exchange 
Frazier A. B., distiller, 287 Water 
Frazier .iui'ustus E., eik.,2S7 Water 
Frazier Chas. R., salesman, 25 W. 4th 
Frazier Geo., plasterer, bds. 34 Ritten- 

house 
Frazier J. A., steam boat captain, 136 

John 
Frazier Jas , butcher, 31 Rittenhnuse 
Frazier John, hostler, s.w.c. 5th and Sy- 
camore 
Frazier John, brush mkr., wks. 211 Wal- 
nut 
Frazier John, musician, bds. 299 W. 3d 

FRAZIKR SAMUEL, Provision Bro- 
ker, e.s Sycamore nr. Court, 
h. Bavmiller nr. Liberty 
Frea Fred , cab. mkr., 202 W. Front 
Freaker Mathew. drav, n.s. Friendship 

b. Pike and Butler 
Freeh Frederi-.ke, dry goods and dress 

mkr., 636 Main 
Freeh Henry, ajt. J. M. Brunswick &. 

Bro-s. 8 W. 6th. h. 636 Main 
Freeh Hy., hostler. 551 Elm 
Freeh Matthias, upholsterer. 163 Clin- 
ton, wks. Cab. Mkr's Union 
Frechheimer Saml., tailor, 555 Race 

Freck . carp.. 3GI Cutter 

Freck Constant, carp., 527 Plum 

Frecke Fred., .jjrocer, .-57 I3th 

Frecbard Josepli, French steam scourer, 

156 W. 4th 
Fredelacke John B.. lab., bds. Anderson 

al. h Park and Mill 
Fredenck Au!,'U3t, porter, Walnut Street 

House 
Frederic August, chair mkr., Walnut b. 

4th .^d 5th 
Frederick Ijernard, wagon mkr., c. Hunt 

and Pendleton, wks. 691 Central av 
Frederick Catharine, 142 Buckeye 
Frederick Conrad, salesman, 306 Main, 

h. Vine .St. Hill 
Frederick Ernst, cab. mUr., 19 Hughes 
Frederick Geo., cooper, 178 Clay 
Frederick Hv., porter, 32 Main 
Frederick John, lab., wks. David BoIIes' 
Frederick Kate, wks National Hotel 
Frederick Peter, moulder, wks. 177 W. 

2d, h. 98 Buckeye 
Fredeveest Wm, painter, 135 Carr 
Fredger Jacob, moulder, wks. 250 E. 

Front e. of Broadway 



Fredinger Lawrence, 578 Front 

Free Fred., sawyer, 202 W. Front 

Free G , lab,, wks. w.s. Wood b. 3d and 

.5th 
Free Geo., b.k., 315 Findlay 
Free Jacob, carp., wks. M. H. Cook & 

Go's, res. Ky. 
Free Saml., caulker. River b. Reed and 

Willow 
FREE Watkin, (Watkin Free & Co.) 464 

W. ^th 

FREE WATKI.V & CO., (Watkin F. 
& Jas. B. Chadwick.) Wholesale 
andllet. Iron, Steel. Nails, Springs, 
Axels and Smiths' Tools. 6 Main 
Free Wm., boatman, bds. Nassau b. Reed 

and Broad 
Free Wm. J., lab., bds. 754 E. Front 
Freeling Herman, teamster 764 W. Front 
Freelinger Gregory, biksmith, 1116 E. 6th 

Freeman , steward, Burnet House 

Freeman Andrew, lab., 59 Providence 
Freeman D. H., elk. 141 Walnut, h. cor. 

Cutter and Van Horn 
Freeman E.,phys., 278 W. 6th, h. 276 

W. 6th 
Freeman Francis, rear 392 W. 3d 
Freeman Hy., porter, 19 Carr 
Freeman Jas., porter. 553 Race 
Freeman John, barber, 144 Vine, bds. 

204 Broadway 
Freeman John, lab , bds. 1186 E. Front 
Freeman L., salesman, 66 W Pearl 
Freeman Lafayette, elk.. 422 W. 5th 
Freeman Martin, c.irp., 17 Providence 
Freeman & Parker, (Wm.F. & John P.) 

painters, 167 George 
Freeman Kebecea, 49 Everett 
Freeman Saml , dry dock. Canal, above 

Ham. Road. h.5T2 Freeman 
Freeman Wm., (F. & Parker,) Elizabeth 

nr. John 
Freeman Wm., lab., 43 Rittenhouse 
Freeman Wm. D., painter. 35 Elizabeth 
Freeman Z., phys., 278 W. Gth, h. 276 

w. 6th 
Freeoff Moses, elk., 196 W. .5th 
Freer I., peddler, n.s. Everett nr. John 
Freer Lewis, cof. h., 492 E. Front 
Freers Wm., biksmith, n.w.c. loth and 

Pleasant 
Frees Harmon, bds. American Hotel 
Frees Jacob, 426 Walnut 
Frees Wm., carp., 58 Clark 
Frees Matilda, teacher, 232 Main 
Freeze Jefferson, cutter, s.w.c. 3d and 

Vine 
Frege Hy.. porter, 21 Hughes 
Frelich Jacob, finisher, 31 Webster 
Frehse John, tailor, 532 Main 
Freiberg Isaac, elk., 9 W. 5th 
Freiberg Julius, (F. &. Workum,) 104 

E. 3d 
Freiberg & Workum, (Julius F. & Le- 
vi J. W.) wines and liquors, 13 .Sy- 
camore 
Freicheit Andrew, brewer, foot Walnut 

Hills 
Freicke Clement, porter, 51 Walnut, h. 

223 Front 
Freiday John cigar mkr , 15 Madison 
Freidenberger Ily., trunk mkr., h. 78 

Bremen 
Freidenhorst Chris., bar k., M idison 

ilouie 
Freidenreck G., wks. E. Front b. Law- 
rence and Pike 
Freidle Joseph, bds. 175 E. Front 
Freidmau David, elk., Zeiler & Freid- 

man's, bds. 166 Elm 
Freidmann Antonio, carver, 27 Mercer 
Freie .John, stone mason, 521 Sycamore 
Freigar Mattheiv, teamster, wks. 197 E. 

Front 
Freil Chas.. tailor, wks. 230 Walnut 
Freilke Gotlieb, lab., 27 Buckeye 
Freise Louis, scale mkr., 41 E. 2d, h. 

18 Ann 
Freisels John, painter, 6 Hamer 
Freiser Catharine, 648 Vine 
Freiser Christian, painter, 648 Vine 
Freitag John, cigar mkr., 15 Madison 
FreitagMary, teacher, 13th Dist. School 
Freitzberg Ernest, 3 York 
Frekes John, lab., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry ' 



Frekers John, lab., 9 Pendleton 
Freking Bernard, dry goods, 459 W. 2d 
Freking Bernard, foreman, wks. 442 W. 

Columbia 
Freleigh John, baker, 143 Linn 
Frelich Christian, brewer, foot Walnut 

Hills 
French C. A., 24 E. 2d, h. Green tp 
French C. D.. elk , Spencer House 

FRENCH & CUNNINGHAM, 
(Lewis F. & Albert J C.) Attorneys 
at Law, office 57 W. 3d 
French George, sen., wks. 69 E. Front 
French George, jr.. wks. 69 E. Front 
French Henry, res. Mt. Auburn 
French J., b. k., wks 131 and l:'3 Race 
French Jacob, belt mkr., wks. 181 E. 

Front 
French Jacob, (F., Wilson & Co.) 109 

Mulberry 
FRENCH J. Henry, (Tweed & Sibley,) 

Covington, Ky 
French John, wks. 69 E. Front 
French John, b. k., 26 and 28 W. 3d, h. 

479 W. 8th 
French Lavina, seamstress, bds. 66 E. 

Pearl 
FRENCH Lewis, (F. & Cunningham,) 

h. 24 W. 7th 

FRENCH MATTHIAS, 
Beer Saloon, 
69 Elm 
French Mi'.ynard, res. Mt. Auburn 
French Maynard, Jr., elk., 171 Vine,h. 

Mt. Auburn 
French R. H. W. & Bro., (R. H. Wins- 
low P. & Mayuaid F.) grocers, n.w. 
c. Broadway and Hunt 
French Theophilus, b.k., 15i Lonsworth 
French W. R., photographer, 100 W. 4th 

h. 20) Mound 
French & Wilson, (Jacob F. & Wm. S. 
W.) feed store and com. mer., 165 
E. Front 
French, Wilson & Co.. (J. F., Wm. S. 
W. & Harmon Eveland,) com. mer., 
27 E. Front 
Frenckel A. B., elk., 30 W. Pearl, h. 128 

E. 4th 
FRENKEL Benedict, (Aub., F. & Co.) 

128 W. 4th 
Frenfdorf H.. elk., 109 W. Gth, h. e.s. 

Branch, b. Stark &. Findlay 
Frentz Louis, watchman, 567 Sycamore 
Krenzemier Harman, carp., 28 Dudley 
Freon Jozef, alty., n.w.c. Main and Sth. 

h. 191 Barr 
Frerbaum Frederick, stone mason, 640 

Race 
Frerech Clemens, carp., 191 Baymiller 
Fresch John, brkmkr.. c. 8th and Carr 
Freschker Frederick, lab., 132 W. Liber- 
ty 
Frescht Fred., dray., 13 Sycamore, h.99 

Bremen 
Frese Henry, elk., n.e.c. Pearl and But- 
ler 
Fiese Herman Henry, 26 Mansfield 
Frese Joseph, elk., bds. 90 E. 2d 
Frese Wm.. wks 41>i E. 3d 
Fresenberg Henry, tailor, 2(l2 Broadway 
Fresenborg August, (Wenning Sc Co.) 

117 Laurel 
Frescr Wm„ lab., 9 Franklin 
Fresh Jacob, rear 282 Main 
Fress Michael, cooper shop, 16 Brighton 
Fretch John, packer, wks. n.e.c. 2d and 

Sycamore 
Freund Christ., lab., bds. 230 W. Fiont 
Freundlich H., gilder, bds. Teutonia Ho- 
tel 
Frew N. G., 313 Central av. 
Frew Wm. shoerakr., bds. 199 W. 6th 
Frey August, cof. h., 61 W. 5th 
Frey Charles, porter, bds. 345 and 347 

Walnut 
Frey Cbristopher,lab.,Elm, b. Canal and 

12th 
Frey Conrad, varnisher, 28 Elder 
Frey George, wlis. s.w.c. Pearl and 

Pike 
Frey Hannah. 192 Smith 

FREY HENRY, 
Grocer, 
s.e.c. Pearl and Pike 
Frey Joseph, moulder, 164 E. 5lh 



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Frey J. F., cab. mkr., wks. 5 Augusta 
Freyberg John, cai'p., 5-jO Plum 
Fi-ey John, grocer, n.e.c. York and Bay- 
miller 
Frov Louis, butcher, 93 Spring 
Frey Louis, lab., 94 Abi.iail 
Frey Valentine, cab. mkr.. 190 Linn 
Frey Wm., brk. mason, bds. 'lU-l Walnut 
Freyberg Geori,'e, cab. mkr., 540 flum 
Freydag Ily , musician, 538 iMiiin 
Freye Herman, foreman, al 272 Syca- 
more, h. 18 E. Liberty 
Freyer Phillip, blksmith,528 E. Front 
Frey man Adulph, blksmith, Webb,b. 3d 
and 4th 

F KEY'S HOTEL, 
F. Pfeiffer, Proprietor, 
421 and 423 Main 
Fribebornn C., tinner, 19 Wade, b. Linn 

and Bay miller 
Frich George, gardner, wks. s.s. Liberty, 

b. Freeman and Mill Creek 
Frich Mathew, upholsterer, 163 Clinton 
Frick Christian, cab. mkr., 361 Cutter 
Frick Constantine, cab. mkr., 52T Plum 
Frick Ferdinand, cigar mkr., h. 560 

Walnut 
Frick Martin, lab., Fulton, b. Stone al. 

and Hill 
Frick Francis, brewer, wks. Kauiman's 

Brewery 
Frick Sebastian, lab., wks. 177 W. 2d, h. 

s.w.c. Ehu and 2d 
Fricke Arnold, (Dieterle & F.) 14 Bre- 
men 
Fricke Henry, cab. mkr., 87 Wade 
Fricker Frances, 251 Clark 
FricUer Henry, chair mkr, 78 Wade 
Fricker Henry, lab., 183 Linn 
Fricker Jacob, foreman, wks. 440 E. 

Front 
Fricker John, 15 Martin 
Fricker John, 440 E. Front 
Fricker Joseph, shoemkr., bds. 41 Eace 
Frickey Francis, oof. h.,235 Sycamore 
Frickman Joseph, lab., bds. Vine, b. Lib- 
erty and Mary 
Friday Jacob, butcher, 97 York 
Friddlesnicks James, harness mkr., 23 

E.5th, h. Betts.b. Mound and John 
Fridger Jacob, finisher, 36 Parsons 
Friear Catharine, n.w.c. Court andMain 
Fried Catharine, 22 Gano 
Frieddle Jacob, lab.. 174 Webb 
Friede J., butcher, wks. Wade, b. Linn 

and Baymiller 
Friede Jacob, wks. H. Wiedrecht 
Friedeborn Ciiarles, tinner, 19 Wade 
Friedel John, tailor, 112 Mohawk 
Friederich Christoph, hatter, 569 Central 

av. 
Friedlanrler Abraham J., (Heidelbach, 

Wertheimer & Co.) 104 W. Court 
Friedlander Alex., elk., 214 W. 5th 
Friedlander H. A., clothier, 194 W.Court 
Friedlander Isaac J., b.k., 86 W. Pearl, 

h. 53 Lonsworth 
Friedlander Moses, 314 Elm 
Friedle Barbara. 118 Mohawk 

FRIEDLlilN JOHN, 
Proprietor Cincinnati House, 
53 Sycamore 
Friedman David, (F.,Hirsh & Eichberg,) 

110 Smith 
Friedman David, porter, 72 W. Pearl, h. 
1C6 Elm 

FRIEDMA?r,HIRSn& EICHBERG, 
(Uavid F., Bernard H. & F. E ) 
Wholesale Importers Gents' Fur- 
nishing Goods, 77 Main 

Friedman Levi. (F. & Stern,) 50 W. 7th 

Friedman & Miller, (Solomon F. J. L. 
M. & S. L. Miller,) wh. clothing, 10 
E. Pearl 

Friedman S. F., (F. & Miller,) 6 George 

Friedman Samuel, 50 W. 7th 

Friedman & Stern, (Levi F & Samuel S.) 
wh. clothing and dealei's in cloths, 
vestiugs, &c., 140 Walnut 

Friedman Anthony, carp,, bds. 27 Mer- 
cer 

Friel John, cab. mkr., 26 George 

Friel John C varnisher, 96 Genrie 

Friel & McGuire.(P. F. & T. McG'.)mer. 
tailors, 256 Walnut 

Friel Patrick, (F. & McGuire,) Lexington 



Frieling Bernard, dry goods, 248 W. 6th 
I'riemann Joseph, lab., Abigail, b. Pen- 
dleton & Dayton Road 
Friemanu Wm., shoemkr., 388 Broad- 
way 
Friend Jacob, lab., wks. 586 and 588 W. 

6th 
Friend Jacob 11., liquors and cigars, 123 

W. 3,1, h. 376 Rice 
Friend Louis, elk., 121 Main, bds. n.e.c. 

8th and Main 
Friend Paul varnisher, 5 Central av. 
Friendly Patrick, feed store, Pennock,b. 

Cramsey and Cutter 
Frier Jacob, wood dealer, 66 Stark 
Frierbaum Wm., tanner, 94 Findlay 
Friermuth Peter, cof. h., 603 Elm 
Friertag George, ciiiar store, 59 15th 

Fries , 309 Main 

Fries Adam, butcher, 13 6th st. market, 
Fries Bernard, lab., wks. Greenwood'.s 

Foundry 
Fries Bernard, lab., 104 Clay 
Fieis Ferdinand, butcher, 33 6th st. mkt 
Fries Ferdinand, butcher, 72 Dunlap 

IJIRIES GEORGE, 
\ Physician, 
74 W. 8th 
Fries Henry, elk.. County Treasurer's 

Office, bds. n. w c. 8th and Vine 
Fries Herman, agent, 309 Main 
Fries J. George, elk., 11 Main, h, 311 

Freeman 
Fries Jacob, lab., 426 Walnut 

FRIES JOHN, 
Family Grocer, 
346 Findlay 
Fries John, poUceman, 28 Pleasant 
Fries John, porter, U. S. Hotel 
Fries Louis, butcher, 72 Stark 
Fries Mathias, meat store. 67] Vine 
Fries Peter, omnibus driver, 496 Front 
Fries Phillip, meat store, 642 Vine 
Friese Anne, grocer, 560 Vine 
Friester August, carp., wks. 365 W.Front 
Frieye tailor, bds. 125 W. 5th 
Frige Joseph, brk. layer, 15 Abigail 
Frigge John Frederick, tailor, h. 118 

Laurel 
Frilling Fratik, shoemkr., 630 Race 
Frilimann Henry, 99 Elder 
Frincant Peter, cigar manufac, 313 Wal- 
nut 
Friuk Adam, 97 E. Pearl, e. of Broad- 
way 
Frink Lyman M., ship carp,, bds. 1234 

E. Front 
Frintz Jacob, porter, 20 E. 2d, h. Ill 

Buckeye 
FRINTZ Michael, (Ogden & F.) 367 W. 
4th 

Frisbee . painter, bds. 100 W 5th 

Frisbie John L., foreman, 97 Laurel 

Friscth Elizabeth, 9 David 

Friscth Henry, druggist, 9 David 

Fritch James, tinner, 32 Belts 

Fritch Mdlle., Recluse Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
Fritch Phillip, hostler, Harrison Pike, 

nr. Brighton House 
Fritcher EUzabeth, rear 89 Martin 
Fritcher Jacob, 15 Martin 
Fritenberg Ernst, paper carrier. 5t0 Elm 
Fritsch Miss, seamstress, wks. 122 Walnut 
Fritsch Dorothea, teacher, lltli District 
School, David, b. Central av. and 
John 
Fritsch Francis, (Haeckel, Burkhardt & 

Co.) 102 Liberty 
Fritsch Mary, seamstress, 122 Walnut 
Fritsch Wm., elk., n.e.c. Main and 6th 
Fritz Anthony, cooper shop, 541 Syca- 
more 
Fritz Barbara, 111 Elder 
Fritz Blasius, carp., 9i Hunt 
Fritz Fred., grocer, 43 Moore 
Fritz Fred., lab , wks. 20 Spring' 
Fritz Hy., turner, 132 Clinton 
Fritz John,, baker. 609 Vine 
Fritz John, lab., 65 Clay 
Fritz Louis, gardener, wks. s.s. Liberty 

b. Freeman and Millcreek 
Fritz Philip, hostler, Cin. Street R.E. 
stables, c. Harrison av. and Patterson 
Fritz Wm., cab. mkr., 215 Hopkins 
Fritz Wm., turner, 202 Clark 



Fritz Wm., cig. mkr., bds. c. Wade and 

Central av. 
Fritze Hy., wagon manufac, 139 Ham- 

road 
Fritzen John, peddler, e.s. Lock b. 6th 

and 8th 
Frizen Michael, peddler, e.s. Lock b. 6th 

and 8th 
Froehle Fred., dray., 62 Lock 
Froehlig Bernard, cig. mkr., 501 Walnut 
Froehlig Fred., cig. mkr., HIO Bremen 
Froehlig Joseph, shoemkr., 4ii4 Vine 
Froelke Hy., transfer car driver, 158 

Clay 
FROELKING August. (F. & Marmet.) 

Bank b Central av. and B lymiller 

FROELKING & MARMET, (Ausust 
F. &. Otto M.,) Hardware and Cut- 
lery, 1023 Central av. 
FROESE RODOLPU, 
Watchmaker, 
433 Vine 
Frohle F., shoemkr., 284 Walnut, bds. 

4C4 Vine 
Frohle Jos., boots and shoes, 284 Walnut 

h. 401 Vine 
FROHMAN Edward, (Menderson & F.,1 

301 VV. 9th 
FROHMAN Louis, Menderson & F.,) 

301 W.9th 
Frolimeier Hy., polisher, 168 Freeman 
Frohmueller Thos., terra cotta works, 3. 

W.C.John and Betts, h.'ill Hopkins 
Frohny Peter, cab. mkr., wks. 41 Park 
Froleoker John, wks. 51 E. 3d, h. 20 

Ham. road 
Froley Patrick, glass blower, alley b. 4th 

and .'Jth and Central av. and John 
Froley Patrick, packer, 20 E. 2d 
Frolker Hy., lab., 207 Freeman 
Froman Andrew, cab. mkr., lO-) Carr 
Froman Christopher, wood carver, 105 

Carr 
Fromeier Henry, wks. 142 W. 3d 

Fromender , moulder, 21 1 Hopkins 

Fromer Martin, butcher, 65 Abigail 
Fromholtz P.. collar mkr., 23 E. 5th, h. 

53 W. 13th 
Fromm Conrad, tailor, 126 Vine, h. c. 

loth and Rice 
Fromm Balthaser, books and stationery, 

670 Vine 
Fromm Frank, cig. mkr., wks. 322 Main 
Fromm Hy., e s. Martin b. Parsons and 

Spring Hill av. 
Frnmme Jusejjh, lab., 172 Webb 
Frommer Jacob, butcher. 49 Pleasant 
Frommer Fred., lab., 267 Cutter 
Froromeier John, SHO Main 
Frommeyer Edward, dray, 134 Abigail 
Frommeyer Francis G., salesman, 51 W. 

Peari. h.224 W. 6th 
Frommeyer Fred., wks. c. Culvert and 

5th 
Frommeyer John F., grocer, 482 W. 3d 
Frommeyer Joseph, dray., 28 13th 
Frommeyer Joseph, tanner, wks. c. Cul- 
vert and 5th 
Frommeyer Wm., potter, 38 Pierson 
Frommeyer Wm. Hy., b.k., 482 W. 3d 
Fromueller Philip, stone cutter, 534 

Plum 
Fromueller Philip, stone cutter, 437 Syc- 
amore 
Froome Samuel, cutter, s.w.c. 3d and 

Vine. h. 52.5 W. 5th 
Fronk Chas., n.w c. Liberty and Freeman 
FrontfuU John. wks. w.s. Lawrence b. 

Pearl and Front 
Froughleigh Charles, 202 Clark 
Frouiker Hy. carp., n.w.c. 8th and Har- 
riet 
Froschle Wm., carp., wks. 217^ W. 5th 
Fross J., bds. Railroad Hotel 
Frost Fritz, boot and shoemkr., 169 

Kichmond 
Frost Caroline B., 294. W. 7th, w. of 

Central av. 
Frost George T., foreman Gazette Job 

Rooms, bds. 119 John 
Frost Louis, cooper, 024 Vine 
Frost Marcus C, printer, I.") Mound 
Frost Thomas, draftsman, 1G8 Vine, bds. 

XW Main 
Frost Wm., varnisher, wks. Meader & 
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Froter Joseph, peddler, 76 E. 5th 

Froth Antonia, finisher, 7 John 

Frown Frank, carp., W. 6th b. Carr and 

Harriet 
Fruauff George, farmer, 364 Broadway 
Frume Anthony, cab. mkr., .510 Plum 
Frund Ernst, butcher, stall No. 32 Court 

street market 
Frund Ernst, meat store, 1 lt)6 Central av. 
Frund Jacob, lab., 475 W. 8th 
Frundhoflf Frank, polisher. 10 Woodward 
FrundhoCf Gertrude. lU Woodward 
Fruth George biksmith, 300 E. Pearl 
Fruth Valentine, fireman, 7(6 E. Front 
Frunz Hy., finisher, bds. 243 W. 6th 
Fry Benj., salesman, 30 Public Landing 
Fry Catharine, seamstress, 830 W. Front 
Fry Fred., carp., '-'•24 W. 6th 
Fry Geo. R-, exchange office, ISS^W. 3d 
Fry Geo. K., ■'Jth b. Unce and Him 
Fry Geo. C, steward Farmers Hotel, h. 

10 E. 7th 
FRY George D., (Farrell&F.,) 149 Linn 

FRY HENRY L., 
Wood Carver and Pattern Maker, 
224 Central av.„ h. Pleasant Ridge 
Fry Isaac D., elk. Evans & Co's, h. 149 

Linn 
Fry John, wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Fry John, shoemkr., bds. Main Street 

House 
Fry Jsseph, carriage trimmer, n.s. Front 

b. Louis and Vance 
Fry Laviiia, 82 Pleasant 
Fry Letitia, servt., E. Broadway 
Fry Melvina. 59 Plum 
Frv Rebecca, 25 Mercer 
FRY U., (BsenningerandF.,) h. New- 
port, Ky. 
Fry Wm., tinner, wks. 181 W. 5th 
Fryberger Ann, vest mkr., Barr al. b. 

Front and River 
Fryberger Julia A., vest mkr., Barr al. 

b. Front and River 
Fryberger Mary, vest mkr., Barr al. b. 

Front and River 

FRYE HENRY 
Chair Manufacturer, 367 Broadway 
h. 304 Broadway 
Fryer Lewis, carp., wks. s.w.c. Front 

and Lawrence, h. Newport 
Fsopiano Malto, apple peddler, 84 W. 
Front 

FUCHS C. HERMAN, 
Chemist, 
9d W. Liberty 
Fuchs Chas . gilder, bds. 65 W. 5th 
Fuchs Conrad, waiter, 30 E, 3d 
Fuchs Fred., butcher. 063 Central av. 
Fuchs Geo., dray., 506 Walnut 
Fuchs Hy., tinner, 29 Moore 
Fuchs Hy., lab., 401 Sycamore 
Fuchs John, butcher, 17 Allison 
Fuchs Jolin, lab., c- Liberty and Price 
Fuchs John, lab., bds. 49 Ham. road 
Fuchs John, tinsmith, 29 W. Front 
Fuchs Job mna, 49 Ham. road 
Fuchs Peter, cof. h., 424 Vine 
Fueller L., printer, room 2 s.w.c. 4th 

and Walnut 
Fuentin August, cab. mkr., wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and I'earl 
Fuersaddel, John, meat store, 69 Liberty 
Fuerst Helen, 4 Moore 
Fugate Thos., plane mkr., 467 Plum 
Fugmann John, cheese depot, n.e.c. 

Bremen and Elder 
Fuha John, wks. H. Wiederecht 
Fuhlencamp Hy., tailor, 19 Commerce 
Fuhn Sarah, servt., s.w.c. Race and 

Union 
Fuhrman Albert, cig. mkr., wks. 18 

Broadway, h. 151 Clay 
Fuhrman Anthony, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Fuhrman v., cig. manufac, lei Broad- 
way, h. 151 Clay 
Fuhrmann Joseph, brewer, wUs. Lafa- 
yette brewery 
Fuhrmann Louis, tanner, D;er Creek b. 

8th and Court, h. 4? Kraniclin 
Fuhrmann Peter, moulder, 151 Clay 
FnivcU lluriet. servt. Burnet House 
r uirell -M 'r_'aret, servt. Burnet House 
FuMner Philip, cig. mkr.. I'.i6C]intou 
Fuldner John, cof. h., IfC Clinton 



Fulker Hy., mach., Longworth b. Stone 

and Hoadly 
Fulker Martin, whitewasher, c. Liberty 

and Central av. 
Full Fred , moMMer,40 W. 15th 
Full Henry moulder, 46 W. loth 
Fullara Timothy, foreman ,M. H. Cook 

& Co's planing mill, h. 420^ George 
Fullbright Alfred, s.s. 6th h. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Fuller A. & Co., (Albert F. & Niles 

Works Foundry,) water faucet ma- 
nufac, lia E. 2d 
Fuller Albert, (Albert F. & Co.,) 420 

W. 5th 

FULLER E. F., 
General Agent 0. & M. R. R. 

Fuller Edward M., distiller, e.s. Charlotte 
b. John and Linn 

Fuller Frank, lab., 302 Broadway 

Fuller Jas. M., phys.. 146 W.7th, li. 31 ! 
Hathaway I 

Fuller Julia, seamstress, Cin. Orphan 
Asylum 

Fuller Oswin. lab., 438 Main 

Fuller Sydney B., biksmith, 159 Rich- 
mond 

Fuller Wm., steward Walnut Str't House 

Fuller Wm. F., captain, .286 W. 7th, w. 
of Central av. j 

Fuller W. H.. barber, 36 Broadway ! 

Fullorton Geo. W., mach., bds. Evans 
Hotel 

FuUerton J. Quincy A., Phono. Amanu- 
ensis, n.w.c. 4th and Race, bds. 105 
Smith 

Fullerton Wm. R., clk.,9 W.2d, h. Wal- 
nut Hills 

Fullgrabe , cigar mkr., 183 Main, h. 

n.w.c. Libertv and Mansfield 

FULLILOVE L. & CO,, Publishers 
and Proprietors Union Bank Note 
Reporter and Counterfeit Detector, 
s.e.c. 5th and Walnut, up stairs 
Fullmore John, silver plater, 23S George 
Fulmer Frederick, lab., wks. 546 Vine 
Fulmer John, silver plater, 10 E. 6th, h. 

263 George 
Fulner Hy., lab., 95 Bremen 
Fulston George, miller, bds. 64 Lock 
Fulst;ni Kichard, barber, 144 and 146 

Vine,bfls. 204 Broadway 
Fultner Andress, stone mason, 188 Clin- 
ton 
Fulton .\hraham, miller, 64 Observatory 

FULTON G VV., Journalist, "Com- 
mercial" office, h. Longworth nr. 
Hoadly 
Fulton James T , elk., Burnet House! 
Fulton John, com. mer., 79 D.iyton 
Vunm Nelson A , elk., 13 Walnut, bds. 
U. S. Hotel 

FULTO.V POST OFFICE, 
Shearer Ludwick, P M., 
932 E. Front 
Fults Hy , tailor, 56 Providenje 
Fultz Cynth'a. se\-vt., 87 Baum 
Fultz Mary, 61)6 E. Front 
Fulweiler A., tanner, 72 Clinton 
Fulweiler Elizabeth, seamstress, 159 Barr 
Fulweiler J. H., mer. tailor, 217 Central 

av.,h.274 W.7th 
Fummilty James, maltster. 48 W. Front 
Funck Chas. E., cigars, 178 W. 6th 
Funcker Charles, carp., 139 Baymiller 
Funckmier Christopher, lab., 225 Betts 
Fund Rimond, lab., 542 E. Front 
Funhe Anthon, cigar mkr., 06 Abigail 
Funk Benj., plow mkr., 53 Clinton 
Funk Christopher, elk., 263 Central av., 

bds. 340 Vine 
Funk Frederick, foreman, Canal b. Main 

and Sycamore 
Funk Harrison, biksmith, 53 Clinton 
Funk Isaac B., ship carp., 1160 E. Front 
Funk .Tames K., E. 7th 
Funk Jesse, bds. 192 Sycaniore 
Fnnk John.dH., 3(1 Pub. Landing 

FUNK JOHN lI.,China, Glass. Queena- 
war-s&c, sw.c. Vine and Court, 
and 263 Central av., h. 202 Rich- 
mond 
Funk Levi, cigar mkr., bda. Walnut nr. 

5th 
Funke Char'es. cab. mkr., 131 Baymiller 



Funke Frederick H., boots and shoes,582 

Main 
Funke Wm., porter, n.w.c. Pearl and 

Walnut, h. 507 Race 
Funn B., wks. candle factory. Poplar b. 

John and Centialav 
Fur J., wks. Moore &, Richa'dson's 
Furay Peter, biksmith, ]'/2 Walnut 
Furdinand Hy., daguerreolypist, h. 414 

George 
Furguson David, carp., 191 Laurel 
Furkey B., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Furlinden Franz, cab. mkr., 14 E. 13th 
Furlong Margaret, laundress, h. b. Carr 

and Harriet 
Furmail H., moulder, wks. s w.c. Cen- 
tra! av. and Front 
Furmore Anthony, sawyer, s.s. 6th nr. 

Home 
Furrell Milton, elk., 132 W. 6th 
Furst A., peddler, 45 Chnton 
Furst Ann, e.s. Anderson b. Mill and 

Park 
Furst B., cooper, wks. 134 Wade 
Furst Christian, varnisher, wks. Meader 

&Co's 
Furst Fred., wks. E. Front b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Furst Jacob. 334 Vine 
Furst John, gilt mkr., 7] Woodward 
Furst Letm, peddler, 45 Clinton 
Furst M:>tthew, cooper, 97 Y';.rk 
Furst Wm , cooiier, wks. ss. Dayton b. 

Freeman and Western av 
Jurste A., wks. 317 Vine, h. 315 Vine 

FURSTE FRED., 
Boots and Shoes, 
440 W. 5th 
Fursfenberg Charles, tailor, 32 W. 4th, 

bds. 90 E. 2d 
Furster Julius, cooper, 34 Mulberry 
Fursti W., silversmith, 30 Mercer 
Fury Bernard, musician, 87 R;ice 
Fury John, fireman, wks. Gas Works 
Fury Peter, biksmith, 172 Water 
Fuscooler H.V., carp., bds. s.w.c. Walnut 

and W. 9th 
Fusencampet H., finisher, wks. Wood b. 

3d and 5th 
Fusker John H.,lab., 72 Hunt 
Fusmer John P„ lab., 6th b. Broadway 

and Culvert 
Fuspohl Barney, weaver. 168 Clark 
Fuss Joseph, carp., 143 Buckeye 
Fuss Otto, cooper, bds. 8 Sycamore 
Fussnecker John, phys.. 19 Green 
Fustenheim Hy , finisher, 54 Ham. Road 
Fuster John 11., shoemkr., 14 Hughes 
Fux Conrod,lab.; 20 Brighton 
Fyelly-, gilt mouldin>> mkr., 428 Vine 
Fye Peter, lab.. 0^2 W. Front 
Fyfe John, salesman, 24 W. Pearl, h. 

Newport 
Fyfe S .muel, elk., 100 W. 5th, res. New- 

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Ga Geo. A., elk., bds. .52 W. Pth 
Gabauer .\ndrow, brk.mkr., w.s. Vine b. 

Milk and Calhoun 
Gabbert Elizabeth, seamstress. 443 W. 2d 
Gabbee Henry, mach., wks. Green 

wood's foundry 
Qabel Christian, cab. mkr., 640 Race 
Gabel John, teacher, 32 Jones 
Gabel John, whisky dealer, 291 W. Lib- 
erty 
Gabel Peter, mach., 50 Observatory 
Gabennisch Christopher, tailor, Harrison 

Pike nr. Brighton House 
Gabler Chas., silversmith, 138 Hopkins 
Gabler Julius, shoemUr., bds. 412 Vine 

GABRIKL GEOKGE, 
Finisher, 257 Central av. 

Gabriel Julia, rear 128 Mound 
Gabriel M., brushmkr. wks. 211 Walnut 
Gabriel Philinda, 20 Charles 
Gabriel Richard, cooper, 20 Webb 
Gabriel Thomas, lab., c. Home and W. 

W. Canal 
Gabriel Wm., finisher, C, II. & D. R. R. 

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Qaddum Win. L., Ins. agt. 455 Vine, h. 

j:u W. 4th 
Gaeckner Geo., millei-, Lock b. 4th and 

5th 
Gaerstieker Herman, lab., Browne \v. of 

Central av. 
Gaert Ki-nst, lab., 22 Madison 
Gaertner Peter, butcher, 61 Hamer 
Gaertner Sebastian, Sen., tinner, 127 

Clay 
Gaertner Sebastian, Jr., tinner, 127 Clay 
Gaertner Thoui;\s, ooper, 147 Clay 
Gafeny 0. O'B., cupper and leecher, n. 

w.c. Gth and Walnut, h. 276 Walnut 
Gaff Enoch, teamster, Front b. Smith 

and John 
GAFK J. W., (Perin, Gould & Co.,) h. 

Aurora, Ind. 
Gaff John, (llcmer & G.,) 274 W. 8th 
GAFF Thomas. (Perin, Gould & Co.,) 

h. Aurora, Ind. 
Gaffer Nancy, laundress, n. s. Culvert 

b. Otli and 7th 

Gaffner Harriet, laundress, n.w.c. of 

John and Chestnut 
Gaffner John, elk., 431 W. 3d 
Gallney Edward, porter, 53 E. 2d, h. 49 

Gaffne'v John. cab. mkr., 43 W. 3d 
GaQ'iiey Peter, porter, 23 W. 4tb 
Gaffney Peter, wks. 58 and 6U E. 2d, h. 

41 Gest 

Gaffor carp., bds. 355 Central a v. 

Qafney Patrick, stone mason, bds, 227 

W.Ctli 
Gage Ruel S., elk., n.w.c. Court and 

Plum,bda 14 Clinton 
Gage Tlios., lab., Vine St. Hill 
GageWm. M., salesman, 101 W. 4th, 

bds. Covington, Ey. 
Gaggin Andrew, lab.. 234 Broadway 
Gaggin Thos., lab., 58 E. Gth, E. of Lock 
Gagging James, lab., 054 W. 8th 
Gaghagan Michael, lab,, s.w.c. Long- 
worth and Central av. 
Gagobel II , chair mkr., wks. s.s. Me- 

lanUion nr. John 
Gagus Philip, stone mason, c. Forest av. 

and Fulton 
Gagus Saml, carp., c. Forrest ay. and 

Fulton 
Gahan E. J., teacher, of elocution, 16 E. 

4th 
Gahart Wm., baker, wks. 425 W. 3d 
Gaharty James, lab., 27 E. 8th 
Gaharty James, lab,, 188 Cutter 
Gahs Henry, cof. h. 172 Clay 
Gaine John, carp., 684 Central av. 
Gainer John, grocer, n.e.c. Baymiller 

and Bank 
Gainers John, boots and shoes, 59 

Court 
Gaines .Mdlle., recluse. Convent of the 

Good Shepherd 
Gaines Eliza Ann, dress mkr., 39 New 

c. of Broadway 

Gaines Louisa, dress mkr., 39 New e. of 
Broadwiy 

GAINES THEOPHILUS, 
Prosecuting Attorney, Ham. Co., 
office Court House, h. 303 Rich- 
mond 
Gainey Bridget, grocer, s. e. e. Broad- 
way and 8th 
Gainish Wm., boiler mkr., bds 155 E. 

Front 
Qaiser B., cap mkr., 339 Central av., h. 

25 13th 
GaiserBeijj., tailor, 12313th 
n AISEK JAS., 
I X American House, 30 E. Front 

Gaiser Wm., bntcher, 493 W^alnut 

GAITHER ALFRED, 
Superintendent Adams' Express 
Co., h. 173 W.4th 
Gaither H F., mess. Adams' Exp. Co. 
Gaither James, printer, 59 Everett 
Gaither Mary A., 358 W. fith 
Gaither Thomas, mes. Adams Exp. Co. 
Galand Ciisper, cooper, 452 Linn 
Qalass J., lab., wks. Hunt e. Broadway 
Galberd Geo., butcher, n. e. c. Linn and 

Poplar 
GalbraiUi Joseph, blksmith, wks. at C. 
H, & D. machine shop 



Galbraith W. H., b.k., 9 Pub. Landing 

bds. Broadway Hotel 
Qalbreath Geo., butcher, 179 W. Court 
Gallireath Hiirvey, salesman, s. w. c. 4th 

and Walnut, h 26 W. 7th 
GalbreaHi .1..2(i W. 7th 
Galbreath Nancy, 26 W. 7th 
Gale A., actress, c 9th and Walnut 
Gale 11., actress, c. 9th and Walnut 
Gale John A., com. mer., 214 Fmdlay 
Gale John II., carp., 132 B urn 
Gale Wm. M., printer, 318 John 
Galena Patrick, lab., 120 E. :fd e, of Lock 
Galenger Jacob, mach., 56 York 
Galer Wm., hiitter, wks. 210 W. 5th 
Gales Moses, lab., s. s. 6th, b. Broad- 
way and Culvert 
Galese Michael, lab.. 331 W. 2d 
Oalese Patrick, fireman, 327 W. 2d 
Galigan Mary, 420 W. 3d 
Gall John A., butcher 505 Linn, 
Gall Wm., butcher, 56! Jol.n 
Gall Wm. B,, butcher. 78 Bank 
Gallasiher Clias., strapper, bds. Pearl St. 

House 
Gallagher Daniel, sawyer, wks. 214 W. 

2d 
Qallaiher Edward, turner, wks. 196 W. 

Pearl 
Gallagher George, dray, Pennock al. b. 

Cramsey and Cutter 
Gallagher George W.. salesman, s.w.c. 

Main and Front, h. 383 W. 3d 
Gallagher J., stone cutter, wks. s.w.c. 

ijth and Broadway 
Gallagher J. J., b.k., bds. 427 W. cd 
Gallagher James, wks. 20 Spring 
Gallagher James, painter, bds. 232 W. 

.5th 
Gallagher Jas., R., foreman, s.w.c. Elm 

and2d, h. 202 W. 5th 
Gallagher Jane, dress mkr., bds. 4C E. 

6th 
Gallagher John, 427 W. 3d 
Gallagher John, carp., 156 Cutter 
Gallagher John, express driver, bds. 210 

Walnut 
Gallagher John, lab. 128 Spring 
Gallagher Joseph, wks. s.w.c. Augusta 

and Smith 
Gallagher M. lab., wks. s.w.c. Central av. 

and Front 
Gallagher Mack, hackman, 72 W. Court 

w. of Central av. 
Gallagher Margaret, tailoress, 150 Water 
Gallagher Matthew, silver smith, bds. 187 

Race 
Gallagher Michael, lab., h. rear of 185 

W. 2d 
Gallagher Murphy, lab., 12 Pancoast al. 
Gallagher Patrick, finisher, wks s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 
Gallagher Patrick, lab., 216 W. Gth 
Gallairher Rose, 176 Water 
Gallagher Saml., 56 McFailand 
Gallagher Simon, finisher, wks. s.w.c. 

Elm and Pearl 

GALLAGHER THOMAS J., 
Attorney at Law, 148 Walnut, 
h. 30 W. 8 th 
Gall.agher Wm., printer, bds, 119 John 
Gallagher W. D , salesman, 101 W. Pearl 

h. 499 W. 7 th 
Gallahan Geo., cab. shop., s.w.c. John 

and Betts 
Galland Fritz, lab., 426 Sycamore 
Galle Hy., horse shoer, 15 Woodward 
Galleas Michael, lab., 329 W. 2d 
Gallegher David, carp., h. 113 W. 4th 
Gallegher Jas.. mach, 196 W. Pearl 
Gallegher John, turner, wks. 193 W. 

Pearl 
Gallen John,moulder, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Galliger James, lab., 321 John 
Galligers Ann, 150 Water 
Galligher Catharine, servt., 423 W. 9lh 

w. of Central av. 
Galligher Edward, tads. 311 2d 
Galligher Eliza, tailoress, bds. 14G Long- 
worth 
GaUigher Michael, lab., bds. 317 W.2d 
Galligher Thomas, shoemkr., wks. 27 E . 

Pearl 
Galligher Wm., lab. .56 Elm [Court 

' Gallon John, brass moulder, bds. 109 



Gallow John, ccoper, wks. 91 W. Front 

Galloway , ship carp., Fulton b. Hill 

and Stone al. 
Galmaii Patrick, lab., 13 Providence 
Gait E.,3li2 Longworth 
Gait Edmund, finisher, ill Baum 
Gait (iranville, p.iinter, bds. 414 W. 3d 
i^ ALf HOCSE, 
It s.e.c. 6th and Main, 

Gait John H., b.k., M. Elstner's, res. E. 

Walnut Hills 
Gait Lemuel!'., pattern mkr., 114 Baum 
Galthause Christian, cooper, 538 Plum 

t^ ALVAGNI JOHN, 
r Books and Stationary, 
" 513 Vine 

Galvarin Antonio, lab. , 84 W. Front 

Galvin , ]ii4 Abigail 

Galvin James B., cook, National Reste- 

raunt 
Galvin John F.,bk. binder, wks. 62 W. 

3.1, bds. Southgate House 
Galvin Morris, blksmith, .50 Milton 
Galvin Thos., blksmith, c. Sycamore and 
Canal, h. 13 K,.8the. of Loek 

GAl.WAY WILLIAM. Gunpowder & 
Goal Oil, s.e.c. Walnut and 2d, h. 
3118 W.Oth w. of Central av. 
Gamaliel John, saddler, 62 Buckeye 
GaiEben Morris, lab., 140 Freeman 
Gamberlein C, lab., 164 Everett 
Gamble Andrew, butcher, s.s. Dayton nr 

Freeman 
Gamble Hy., stonemason, Kilgour b.4th 

and 5th 
Gamble Hy , jr , boiler mkr., Kilgour b. 

4th and 5th 
GAMBLE James, (Procter & G.) 27 

Clark 
Gamble James W.. elk.. 830 Central av. 

h.27 Clark 
Gamble John W., salesman, 20 W. 5th, 

b.ls.3,;4 Vine 
Gamble T. J., candle mkr., 39 York 
Gamble Thomas, candle mkr., 3U York 
Gamble Wm., elk., 303 Central av., bds. 

27 Clark 
Game Daniel, butcher. 95 W. Court 
Gamel J. P., shoemkr., .587 Race 
Gamraal Wm., driver, c. 3d and Butler 
Gammen Morris, lab., )4ii Freeman 
Gammer Mary, servt., 77 Baum 
Gammon Stephen, lab,, 140 Freeman 
Gams Casper- 517 Walnut 
Gancksterdt John H.. shoemkr., wks. 63 

E. Pearl, bds. 6i E. Fear! 
Gandolfo Au;;ustu3, s.w.c. Elm and 12th 
Gandolfo & Co., (Peter G- & Nicholas 
Bado,) cof. h., n.w.c. 5lh and Broad- 
way 
Gandolfo Peter, ice mer., 12th b. Elm & 

Plum. h. 375 Elm 
Gandolph Fi'ank, confec. 187 Central av 
Gandroll Ernst, ca'o. mkr., 92 Cbiy 
Ganey Ellen laundress, e.s. 6th n. of 

Baum 
Gangen James, lab.. 407 W.Oth 
Ganlian Bartholemew, lab., 355 W. 3d 
Gannon John, lab., 21 Mill 
Gannon Julia, rear 57 W. Court w. of 

Central av. 
Gano Aaron 0., b.k. 21 W. Canal, h. 46 

VV. 7th 
Gano Ch is,, elk.. Mi. 46 W. 7th 
Gano Chas. K., salesman, 1 Walnut, h. 

College Hill 
Gano Eliza J., seamstress, 25 E. 8th e. of 

Lock 
GANO Gazzara, (Howell Gano &. Co.) 

res. Clifton 
Gano Geo., b.k. 133 Walnut, bds. 139 W. 

4th 
GANO Howell, (Howell G. & Co.) res. 
Clifton 

GANO HOWELL & CO., (Howell G., 
Gazzara Gano & Christopher T. 
Adams,) Jobbers of Hardware, 138 



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GANO JOHN A.. 
Journalist, Commercial Office, 
h. 46 W.7th 
GANO JOHN S., 
Superintpndent City Prison, 
h. 284 Race 
Gino Peter, fiuisiier, rooms 138 Walnut 



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JOHN P. EPPLY, 




Sole Agent for Cincinnati and Hamilton Country, 0. Also, Kenton County, Ky. 



I. C. SHULER & GO'S 

"Wi'OTig-lit Oal> aiiized Ii-on ^ir- Tig-lit 

IMetallio B^irial Case, 

I refer eppecially to my stock of Mahogany, Rosewoofl, Walnut, and White Wood Coffins, Walnut 
covered with Black Cloth, and Merino or Satin. Furnishing Goods as follows, always on hand, viz : 
Black Cloth, Merino, Velvet, Satin, Flannel, Luster, Shrouds, Robes, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, and 
Laces, etc.. Brilliant and Cambric, Coffin Handles, Name Plates, Silver Plating, Finishing Tacks and 
Ornaments of all kinds for Undertakers' use, on hand and for sale. Also constantly on hand a large 
supply of Ready-made Coffins, at low rates to the Trade in and out of the city; with competent 
assistants to attend Funerals. First Class Hearse and Carriages furnished. First Class Pleasure 
Carriages, for Families and Parties. I have extensive accommodations for Private Horses and 
Buggies, on board by the Day Week, or Month. 

IVlanufactory and Stables, No. 182, 184 and 186 Ninth St., 

Opposite the City Park, runninff tliroush to Richmond St. 

OFFICE, CORNER OF NINTH AND PLUM STREETS, 

on.„, e CINCINNATI, O, 

Residence, 326 Plnm Street, 



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ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER, 

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DOOR, W5NDOW AND TRUSS BRACKETS, 

MEDALLION OR CORNICE BRACXETS, 



AND EVERY VARIETY OF 



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Equal in every respect to stone, and at one third, or less in price. 

STATUARY, 

DOGS, LIONS, VASES, ETC., suitable for Ornamenting Euildings, Gardens, Yards, etc. 

]Max»l3leizecl ]S/Eaiitels, 

Cheaper and better than in any other material. 

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BUILDERS, ARCHITECTS, and all others "who -wish to save money and get a superior 
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to, and all work warranted. 

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Gano Sarah, seamstress, 25 E. 8th e. of 
Look 

GANO Stephen, Superintendent at R. G. 
Dim & Co'sh. lOU E. 3a 

GANO W. G. W., Cashier Lafayette 
Banking Co., res. Clifton 

Gano \Vm., elk., bds. 4U W. 7th 

Gano \Vm. H., teller, 26 W. 3d, res. Col- 
lege Hill 

Gans Danl. S., phys., office andres. 13 E. 



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ANSZ .irSTUS, 
81 Milton 



Gantenberg Bernhard, (G. & Ketterlinus) 

24 W. Court w. of Central av. 
Ganter Geo., turner, hds. Eagle House • 

GANTZ J. JUSTUS, 
60 Milton 

Gapfor John, butcher,184 Everett 
Garliage Nicholas, jirocer. 63 Vine 
Garbet Benj., cab. mUr., bds. 11)8 Long- 
worth 
Garbet Joseph, cab. mkr.,bds. lOBLong- 

wortli 
Garbitt Benj., carp., wks. 48 W. Front 
Garbrock tiaspar, locksmith, 420 Syca- 
more 
Garbut Jas.,varnisher, wks. J. M. Bruns- 
wick & Bro's 
Garbut Joseph, varnisher, wks. J. M. 

Brunswick & Bro's 
Garden of Eden, b, 3d and Pearl and h' 
Kili,'our and Springliill av. 

Gardiner , elk., 123 Linn 

Gardiner Lena, wid)w. T18 Central av 
Gardiner Peter, bkr. mkr., 70 Dudley 
Gardieap Sauil", clK., 205 W. 6th 
Gardner Albert, packer, bds. Bevis House 
Gardner .\inos, pilot, 13 Stone 
Gardner Andrew, b.k., 49 W. Pearl, bds. 

167 I'lum 
Gardner Anne, 428 Walnut 
fi ARDNERC.D., 
J j Plumber, 387 W. 6th. 

h. s.w.c. Linn and Richmond 
Gardner Catharine, seamstress, s.s. 

Front below Hill 
Gardner Chas., ship carp., bds. 1234 E. 

Front 
Gardner Chas. E., moulder, wks. 177 

W. 2(1 
Gardner Colin, salesman, 95 Main, h. 392 

W. 4 th 
Gardner Cooney, trunk mkr., wks. 507 

Plum 
Gardner Kdmund B., (Babbitt, Good & 

Co.) E. Walnut Hiils 
Gardner F. J., biksmitli, 716 Central av. 
Gardner Geo., boatman. 313 Findlay 
Gardner Geo. M., supt. of bridges, C, 

H. &D. R.R.,h. 527 W. .5th 
Gardner Jacob, teamster, 70 E. 3d e. of 

Lock 
Gardner Jas., bds. 84 E. 5th 
Gardner John, bk.jmkr. Sargent b. Free- 
man and Carr 
Gardner Joiin, finisher, 428 Walnut 
Gardner Jolin, lab., s.s. Front nr. Phoe- 

ni.x Hotel 
Gardner J.ihn B., bk. mkr., Sargent nr. 

Freeman 
Gardner Joseph, elk., bds. 428 Walnut 
Giu-dner Lizzie, 4-'8 Walnut 
Gardner Noriis, 148 E.5th 
Gardner Phillip, trunk mkr., 4 E. 2d 
Gardner Philip, varnislier, wks. Meader 

& Co's 
Gardner Philomena, 428 Walnut 
Gardner Rachel, nr. River, b. Barr and 

Greem 1. 
Gardner Koht., bk layer, 25 Woodward 
Gai-dner Robt., police, b.h., 326 Main 
Gardner S., clU., 140 Main, h. 64 Dun- 
lap 
Gardner Saml., lab., 64 Accommodation 
Gardner There=a, 428 Walnut 
Garem John, butcher, 202 Ham. Road 
Garenbach Hy., cooper, 73 Buckeye 
Garetz Chas.. cigar rakr.,61 Abigail 
Garfers J.irvis, finisher, 133 Linn 
Garger Andrew, baker, 15 Providence 
Garien David R., carp., s.s. 6th near 

Home 
Caring Disal, 13 15th 11 



Garinger Joseph, shoemkr., 540 Plum 

Garlach Herman, lithosrapher, 119 Wal- 
nut 

Garlan Mary, al. b. 5th and 6th and Main 
and Walnut 

Garland Jas , plasterer, 277 Richmond 

Garland John W., plasterer, 277 Rich- 
mond 

GARLtCHS Geo. H., (Eggers & Co.,3 
39 Harrison 

GARLICK H. S., (Wilson G. & Co.,) 
41 Baura 

Garline M., mach., wks. s. w. c. 7th and 
Smith 

Garman John, lab., 614 W. 8th 

Garn Peter, lab., Laugdon al. b. 6th and 
7th 

Garnea J., lab., bds. 80 Gest 

Garner H., moulder, wks. n. s- Gest b. 
Garrard and Mill Creek 

Garner Jacob, lab., wks. at Cotton's 
brickyard 

Garner John, brkmoulder, bds. 1G6 Carr 

G irner Joseph, 512 Central av. 

Garner Lizzie, dressmkr., 166 Carr 

Garner S., lab., 38'J W. Liberty 

fiarnham Joseph L., awning mkr., 182 
E. Pearl e. of Broadway 

Garoty Anna, dining room, Jones House 

Ganahan Thomas, 57 Mill 

Garrad Patrick, moulder, wks. s.w.c. 
Elm and Pearl 

GARRARD JEPTHA, 
Attorney at Law and Notary Pub- 
lic, s. e. c. 4lh and Vine 
Garre Elizabeth, (M. & E. G.,) 591 Main 
Garre Heniy. chair mkr., c. Bay miller 

and Liberty 
Garre Marv, (M. & E. G.) 591 Main 
Garre M. & E., (Mary G. & Elizabeth 

G.) milliners, 5U1 Main 
Garretdon Geo. W.. builder, 7U Laurel 
Garretson Geo. W., Jr., carp. 71i Laurel 

GARRETSON JESSE, 
Physician, 274 W. 4th 

Garretson Sarah, 227 W. 9th w. of Cen- 
tral av. 

Garretson Wm. H., carp.. 71i Laurel 

Garrett A., steward, 288 Main 

Garrett Chas.. moulder, c. of E. Front 
and Brooklyn 

Garrett & Cottman, (C. G. & Thos. C.,) 
plow manuf., 9 W.7th 

Garrett Cyrus, (G. & Cottman) 19 W. 
8th 

Garrett Edwin, brass finisher, 65 Lodge, 
h. n w.c. 5th and Park 

Garrett John, cooper, bds. 32 E. Front 

Garrett Louisa, 1 14 Baum 

Garrett Mary Ann, grocery, e.s. Ludlow 
b 3d and Pearl 

Garrett Patrick, lab., c. Cherry al. and 
Central av. 

Garrett Richard, s.w.c. Longworth and 
Central av. 

Garrett Samuel F., Jr., packer, 10 Har- 
rison 

Garrett Willie, porter, n.w.c. Pearl and 
Walnut, h.205 Walnut 

Gaaretty Thomas, sawyer, c. 5th and 
Smith 

Garretty James, lab., 154 George 

Garrety John, tailor, 405 Central av. 

Garrigan Michael, porter, 34 W. Pearl, 
h.26 Commerce 

Garrigan Patrick, lab., 85 Race 

Garrigan Patrick, pedlar, 768 E. Front 

Garris Elizabeth 197 Bremen 

Garrisofi D. N , bds Madison House 

Garrison David, piinter, 14 Ann 

Garrison Elizabeth. 109 Pike 

(^1 ARRI-ON H. D., 
T Physician, 
" Office and h. 597 Central av 
Garrison Hy, cab. mkr., wks. 168 W. 

2d. h. Newport 
Garrison ,1. U.. salesman, HOW, 5th, 

bds. Pearl St House 
Garrison James, prop. Pearl St. House, 

s,w.c. Race and 3d 
Garri.son James A.O.,clk., bds. Pearl St. 

House 
Garrison John, wks. 69 E, Front 
Garrison John W.. (G. & Worihington,) 
bds. Madison House 



GARRISON JOHN W., 
President, Eagle Ins. Co., 
73 W. 2d, bds. Madison House 
Garrison Josephine, seamstress, 6th b. 

Carr and Harriet 
Garrison Mary Jane, 75 Hopkins 
Garrison S. T., agt., 129 W. 5th 
Garrison & Wortbington (John W. G. 

& Henry W.) dealers in free stone, 

13 W. 4th 
Garrits Gers, salesman, 98 Main, h. 139 

Main 
Garritts Mary B., seamstress, 198 W. 9th 

w. of Central av 
Garrity James, sawyer, wks. 196 W. 

Pearl 
Garrow John, stone cutter, bds. 48 E. 

Pearl 
Garry Walter, lab., h. Yeatman b. Broad- 
way and Sycamore 
Garside Hannah, nurse, 218 Cutter 
Garson Bernard, carp., e.s. Central av. 

b. Findlay and Poplar 
Gartner Catharine, seamstress, 127 Clay 
Gartner Edward, porter, S E. 5th, bds. 

148 K. 5th 
Gartner Frederick, slioemkr., 299 W. 6th 
Gartner Joseph, elk., 140 Main, h. 428 

Walnut 
Gartner Margaret, Deer Creek Valley 
Gartner Mary Ann, 127 Clay 
Gartner Sebastian, tinner, 615 Vine 
Gartrell C. H , elk., s w.c. Pearl and 

Sycamore 
Gartrell Wm., upholstererer, 458 W. Pth 
Garuper George, lab., n.w.c. Freeman &; 

9th 
Garver Barbara, widow, 251 Everett 
Garvey B., finisher, wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Garvey Daniel, lab., 65 E. 8th 
GARVEY James P. (Baker & Co.) New- 
port 
Garvey John, cooper, c. Wood and W. 

W. Canal 
Garvey John, cutter, 3 Webb 
Garvey Margaret, servt., 431 W. 8th 
rtarvie George, tailor, 171 W.3d [dry 
Garvin J., lab., wks. Greenwood's Foun- 
Gary John, 711 Central av 
Gary R., driver, 90 Everett 
Gasenhouse Herman, hostler, bds. n.w.c. 

Linn and Clai-k 
Gaskill A. 0., clothing, 40 E. .5th 
Gaskill Isaac, shoemUr., 296 George 
Gaskill Wm., clothing, 40 E. 5tH 
Gaskill Wm., shoemkr., 655 Sycamore 
Gass Adam (C. B. Prather & Co.), 587 

Walnut 
Gass Andrew, steward, Madison House 
Gass Hy., cooper, 585 Walnut 
Gass Hy. AVm., wood turner, 53 Everett 
Gass John, cof. h., 6oO Vine 
Gass Martha, 126 W. 9th 
Gassar B., grocer, 643 W. Front 
Gassensmith Matthias, blksmith, c. 14th 

and Elm 
Gassephole Chas., 27 Madison 
Gasser Anthony, basket mkr., 27] John 
GASSER John J. (Root, G. & Root) h. 

Newport 
Gassman Frank, baker, wks. and bds. 

27H W. oth 
n ASTEN, DICKSON & CO. (Robert 
Ix G., John D. & Alex. Clark), Im- 
-^ porters Hardware, 53 W. Pear' 

GASTEN Robert (G., Dickson & Co.), 

bds. Spencer House 
Gastinger R. T., porter, 242 Main 

:i)er Nicholas, wagonmkr., 362 Ham. 

Road 

Gaston Chamberlin, bds. 102 George 
Gaston Morris carp.. 37 Parsons 
Gaston Valentine, cab. mkr, wks. Mea- 
der & Go's 
Gatchell C W. N., elk., R. G. Dun & 

Go's, res. Newport 
Gates D. W.C., b.k., 51 W. 3d, h. Wal- 
nut Hills 
Gates Frederic, varnisher, wks. Meader 

& Go's 

Gates George, moulder, bds. 109 Court 
Gates James, 268 W. 7th 

GATES JOHN. Wholesale Boot and 
Shoe Dealer, 54 W Pearl, 
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Gates John, grainer, 1-18 Laurel 

Gates John, steward, Telesraph House, 

338 Central av 
Gates Jos., 54 W. Pearl, h.446 W. Sth 
G:ites Michael, lab., bds. oOd Elm 
GATES Nelson (Miles Greenwood &. Co.) 

396 Walnut 
Gates W., moulder,wks. Hunte. of Br'a- 

wav 
Gates W. L. P. bar k., 204 Vine 
Gates Wm. H., elk., 05 W. Front, h. 

Covington 
Gathaus Hy.. grocer, 70 Hunt 
Gathenone Joseph, potter, 64 Ilugbes 
Gathenone Michael, cllc. 64 Hughes 
Gats Frank, rear n.w.c. 2(1 and Lawrence 
Gatsall C. H., elk., bds. Pearl St. House 
Gatti &.Zanonp (Joseph G. & John B. 

Z.) fruits, eo Broadway 
Gatti Joseph (G. & Zanone), 80 Broad- 
way 
Gattman Isaac M., chemist, 206 Syca- 
more 
Gattman Frank, grocer, n.w.c. Clark and 

Cutter 
Gatton Francis, shoemkr., 243 Clark 
Gatz John, stone mason, Fulton b. Stone 

al. and Hill 
Gauckler Charles, cook, Broadway Ex- 
change 
Gauckler Hy., pipeman, 111 E. 3d 
Gauffer Peter, ex. driver, 609 Elm 
Qaughan Hy , lab., rear e.s. Martin b. 

Parsons and Spring Hill av 
Gaughan Patrick, lab., 57 Vine 
Gaul Joseph L., finisher, wks. 249 W. 

5th 
Gault H., mach., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Gaultvacker Antony, tailor, 139 Laurel 
Gaumend Hyppolite, finisher 62 Webster 
Gaupel Caspar, wks. 41i K. 3d 
Gausepohl Ann,phys., 91 Woodward 
Gausepohl Bernard, porter, 4 E. 4th, b. 

SI Woodward 
Gausepohl Frederic, cab. mkr., 25 Clin- 
ton 
Gausepohl Hy., tinner, .598 Main 
Gausepohl J. B., grocer, s.e.e. Plum and 

Front 
Gausepohl John, elk., 27 Madison 
Gausepohl John D., porter, 91 Wood- 
ward 
Gausing Herman, blksmith, 386 Broad- 
way 
Gaussen Philip A., bds. 71 W. 3d 
Gaussen T. L., lamp inspector, bds. Na- 
tional Hotel 
Gaussen Wm. E., cof. h., 71 W.3d 
Gautenberg & Kellerlinus (Bernard G. & 
Christian K.) manufacs. sewing ma- 
chines, n.e.c. Central av. & George 
Gauwatz Hy., tinner, 15 Mercer 
Gavan John, groom, wks. 146 W. 3d 
Qavegan E. J. (G. & McHugh) 152 Syc- 

Gave^an & McHugh (H. E. J. & J.Mc- 

H.) cof. h., 152 Sycamore 
G^ven Jane, servt., 29 W. 5th 
Gav.M- Theopold, rear 57 Martin 
Gavin Michael, cof. h.. Landing b. Broad- 
way and Ludlow 
Gavin Michael, lab.,r. of 177 Water 
Gawb Jacob, baker, 20 Gano 

GAY JAMES P., Agent for American 
Gutta Percha Roofing Co., office 
273 Sycamore, h. 146 Broadway 
GAY JAMES W., 
Roofing, 
bds. Gibson House 
Gay Lewis W., guttapercha roofing, bds 

Jones House 
Gayert J. H., Central Av. House, 687 

Central av 
Gayle Wm. H., salesman, s.e.e. Syca- 
more and 2d, res. Newport 
GAYLOllt) Benjamin B. (Q., Son & 

Co.) h. Portsmouth. 
n AYLORD., SON & CO. (Thomas G. 
It G. & Benjamin B. G ) Boiler, Bar 
^ and Sheet Iron Manufacturers, 9t) 
and 92 Broadway 

G AYLORD T. G. & CO. (Thomas G. 
G & Wm. F. Gaylord) Iron Pipe 
and Railing Manufacturers, 90 and 
92 Broadway 



GAYLORD Thomas G. (T. G. G, & Co.) 

1(111 E. 4th j 

GAYLORD Thomas G., jr. (Gaylord,Son 

& Co.) 100 E. 4th 
GAYLORD Wm. F. (T. G. Gaylord !& 

Co.) bds. Spencer House 
Gazlay Allen W., 418 AT. 0th 
GazLiy James W., 418 W. 6th 
Gazolla Peter, cof. h., 42 E. 3d 
Gazolo James, cof. h., 45 Pub. Landing 
Gearing Nicholas, potter, 736 Vine 
Gears Hy., elk., n.e.c. Pearl and Syca- 
more 
Geary Margaret, servt., Burnet House 
Geary Wm., grocer, s.e.e. Court and 

Central av 
Geas John Adam, tailor, 20 Arch b. 3d 

and 4th 
Gebard Michael, butcher, 139 Court 
Gebbe Hy., (Rattermann, G. & Co.) 125 

W. Liberty 
Gebelt Hy., tailor, 415 Sycamore 
Gebhard George. 67 AUi'son 
Gehhard John, lab.. 44 Hughes 
Gebhard John, stone mason, 04 Liberty 
Gehhard Wm., lab., 178 Clay 
Gebhardt Edward, paper hanger, 492 

Main 
Gebhardt Julius, b.k., 440 Sycam.ore 
Gebhardt Wm. (Hopf & G.) e.s. Clay nr. 

Liberty 
Gehhart Anna, laundress, Harriet nr. 6 th 
Gebliait Anthony, cof. h., 37 Dunlap 
Gebhart Michael, meat shop, 215 Cutter 
Gebrecht Wm., stone mason, 175 Clay 
Gechk Antoni, meat store, .57 E. Front. 
GecUing Bernard, bds. s.w.c. Smith and 

oth 
GEDDES Hy. D. (Kennett, Dudley & 

Co.l 131 E.3d 
Gee Gordon, plasterer, n.w.c. Oth and 

Culvert 
Gee Hy., sawyer, 4 Sargent 
Gee Jas., carp., 45 MuH'erry 
Gee Jas., plasterer, 29 Franklin 
Gee John, nail mkr., 367 Sycamore, bds. 

2 New 
Geese Thos., boatman. Culvert nr. Oth 
Geesey Wm., cutter, 58 W. Pearl 

GEFFROY 0. H. & CO., (Oliver H. 
G. & Peter Gibson,) Proprietors 
Gibson House, w.s. Walnut b. 4th 
and 5th 
GEFFROY Oliver H., (O. H. G. & Co.) 

Gibson House 
Gegahn Wm., lab.. 77 Commerce 
Oegan Louis, bk. binder, 59 W. Court 
Gegan Margaret, widow, 59 W. Ceurt 
Gegen Wm., dray, 4 Main 
Gegner Geo., baker. 21 1 W. Oth 
Gegner Geo., miller, 62 Lock 
Geguer John, baker, 211 W. 6th 
Gehefer Cornelius, barber, 577 Main 
Gehrs Bernard, eng., 11 Franklin 
Gehns .Austin, white washer, 61 Wood- 
ward 
Gehorsam H., cigar mkr., bds. 301 Cen- 
tral av. 
Genre Arnold, carp., bds 20 Allison 
Gehrens John, lab., 34 Lock 
Gehring Hy., dray, e.s. Butler b. Pearl 

and 3d 
Gehring ily., lab., 75 Abigail 
Gehring Herman, porter, 116 Abigail 
Gehring Michael, tailor, 39 E.7th 
Gehring Nicholas, cutter, 78 W. Pearl, 

h. 207 Broadway 
Gehrum Jacob, butcher, Deer Creek 
GehrungJohn, stonecutter, 48 E. Pearl 
Geider Geo., finisher, 00 Findlay Mar- 
ket 
Geier Fred., turner. Lock b. 5th and 6th 
Geier Philip, turner, 452 Elm 
Geifuss Wm., elk., 55 Bremen 
Geiger Albert, pattern mkr., 52 Allison 
Geiger Anthony, watchman, c. Bayrail- 

ler and George 
Geiger Caspar, cigar mkr., 512 Vine 
Geiger Geo., blksmith, 343 Ham. Road 
Geiger Hy., 70 Stark 
Geiger John, blksmith, 475 Plum 
Geiger Roman, blksmith, 478 Walnut 
Geiger Wm., printer, 405 Tine 
Geil Geo., moulder, 67 Liberty 
Geiler Jacob, stone mason, 75 Clay 
Geilfus Louis, grocer, 701 Elm 



Geilhard .Tohn, boots and shoes, n.w.O: 

Hopkins and Cutter 
Geilmeier Wm., lab., 89 Ham. Koad 
Geimeiert John, driller, 96 Ham. Road 

GEIS ADAM, 
Upholstery Store, 67 W. 5th, 
h. 214 Clark 
Geis Geo., finisher, 142 Ham. Road 
Geis Joseph, mattress mkr., 142 Buck- 
eye 
Geise Kernard H., (G. & Wellmann,) 86 

Hunt 
Geise David, driver, 9 Pendleton 
Geise Joseph, boots and shoes, 55 E. 

Pearl 
Geise & Wellman, (Bernard H. G. & 
Anthony J. W.) feed store, 86 Hunt 
Geisendorf Geo., varnisher, wks. 67 Vine 
Geisendorfen Hy., cigar mkr., 15 'Peete 
Gei.^er Francis, cigar mkr , 143 Pleasant 
Geiser Joseph, lithographer, 119 Wal- 
nut 
Geisler Fred., lab., 25 Mill 
Geisler Hermann, carriage trimmer, 05 

12th 
Geisler Martin, shoemkr., 89 Hamilton 

Road 
Geisler Michael, cooper, 115 Clay 
Geisler Rudolph, tailor, 155 W.6th 
Geismann Fred., cigars, tobacco, &c., 

45S Vine 
Geiss G. M . blksmith, wks. W. R. Dun- 
lap & Co's 
Geisser Wm., tailor, 31 Buckeye 
Geist Caspar, carp., 17 Mansfiehl 
Geist Chas., nigai- mkr., bds. 617 Main 
Geist Hy., elk., 389 Main 
Geisz Conrad, tailor, wks. 16 Hamilton 

Road 
Geiszler Francis, 687 Elm 
Geiszman Philip, bar k., n.w.c. Main 

and Hamilton Road 
GeitherGeo., brass finisher, bds. 92 W. 

Court 
Geitherman A., tailor, 361 Cutter 
Geldrech Joseph, lab., Ham. Road, nr. 

Walnut 
Gehlreich Herman, barber, 316 Main 
Geldreich Joseph, finisher, 391 Vine 
Gelhauser Wm., tailor, 12 Hamer 
Gellcghan Mary, 184 E. Pearl e. of Broad- 
way 

GELLENBECK B, &, SON, (Bernard 
G. & Hy. C. G.) Flour Dealers, 
426 & 428 Main 
GELLENBKCK Bernard, (B G. & Son) 

51 Jlilton 
Gellenbeck &Dutmann, (Geo. G & Cas- 
per D.) bakers, 93 Abigail 
Gellenbeck Geo., cigars, tobacco, &c., 

503 Main 
Gellenbeck Geo.. (G. & Dutman) 
GELLENBECK Hv- C, (B. Gellenbeck 

& Son,) 349 Clark 
Gelleson Bernard, bk. layer, 192 W. 6th 
Gellotf Benj., blksmith, 133 Baymil- 

ler 
Gelmick Geo., baker, 388 Broadway 
Geminer Teresa, cof. h., 64 Lock 
Gemmison Geo., bk. layer, 251 Hopkins 
Gempert Fred., cooper, n.w.c. Liberty 

and Walnut 
Gendagr Conrad, lab., wks. 89 W, 2d 
Genge Robt,, cab. mkr., 58 Findlay 
Gennett D. F., salesman, 63 W. Pearl 
Gennett Wm., elk., bds. 231 Walnut 
Genuine Joseph, trunk mkr., wks. 507 

Plum 
Gensler Casper, bds. s. w. c. 5th and 

Smith 
Gentelriger Fred., lab., 562 E. Front 
Gentenberg B., sewing machine mkr., 24 

W. Court w. of Central av. 
Genter Francis, lab., 677 W. 6th 
Center Nicholas, lab., bds. at Union 

House 
Genter Robt., bk. moulder, 677 W. Oth 
Gentermann Hy., tanner, 32 Canal 
Genther Geo., teacher, 207 Linn 
Gentrup Hv., eng., 524 Main 
Gentrup John H., eng., wks. 91 E. 8th, 

h. 522 Main 
Gentrup W.m.,cab. mkr., 215 Freeman 
Genttenian Wm., lab., 399 Sycamore 
Gentz Chas., cigar mkr., 81 Milton 
Gentz Isaac pattern mkr., 530 Plum 



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Qentz Isaac, lab., Ohio al. b. Elm and 

Plum 

and Jefferson and Adams 
Geoghegan Wm., b.k., 02 W. 4th, h. 143 

John 

George , painter. 523 Freeman 

George August, turner, wks. 196 W. 

Pearl 
George Chas. S., pressman "Times," h. 

e. s. Park b. W. W. Canal and 

Front 

GEORGE D. B. & CO., (Daniel B. G., 
Wm. H. Barnes & John W. Kain,) 
Grocers and Commission Dealers, 
n.e.c. Pearl and Broadway 
GEORGE Daniel B., (D. B. G. & Co.) 

bds. s.w.c. 3d and Broadway 
Geoi-ge Frank, lab., w.s. Western av. b. 

Bank and Harrison av. 
George Geo., bk. mkr., 588 W. 8th 
George H., carp., 313 Freeman 
George Jacob, bds. 298 W. 8th 
George Jas., pattern mkr., 39 Milton 
George John, pattern mkr., bds. 109 

Court 
George Mary, 39 E. Milton 
George Richard, (Brokenshire & Co.) h. 

Walnut Hills 
George Thomas, gilder, bds. 108 Long- 
worth 
George Thomas, white washer, Skaats 

al. nr. 6th 
George Wm., eng., 71 W. 8th 
George Wm., shoemkr., Walnut Hills 
Gepford J., butcher, wks. n.s. Wade b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Gephard G., butcher, wks. n.s. Wade b. 

Linn and Baymiller 
Gephart John, moulder, 38 Pitt 
Gerald H., prof, of music, St. Xavier's 

College 
Gerau Julius, coffin finisher, bds. 481 

Vine 
Gerard & Co., (D. W. C. G. & A. F. 

Bramble,) grocers, n.w.c Pearl and 

Sycamiire 
Gerard D. W. C, (Gerai-d & Co.,) 76 

Pike 
Gerard Ily., lab., Augusta b. John and 

Smith 
GERARD John H., (John H. G. & Co ) 

Mt. Washington 
Gerard John H. jr.. County Clerk's of- 
fice, h. Newtown 

GERARD JOHN H. & CO., (John H. 
G., David A. Huston & Stephen C. 
Gerard,) Pork Packers, 297 Broad- 
way 
Gerard Louis, dray, 958 Central av. 
GERARD Stephen C, (John H. Gerard 

& Co.) 297 Broadway 
Gerby Hy., moulder, 8 Grant 
Gerdes Hy., cigar mkr., 183 Walnut 
Gerdes Richard, b.k., 293 Walnut 
Gerdes Wm., cooper, Gest b. Freeman 

and Carr 
Gerdess Herman, elk., 220 Walnut 

GERDSEN H. W., 
Grocer, 
519 Vine 
Gerding Ily., boots and shoes, 509 Main 
Gerdt Ernst., lab., 22 Madison 
Gere A. H., elk., 495 W. 7th 
Gere Michael, lab., 22 Longworth's bldg. 

s.s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Gerhard A., printer, 168 Vine, h. Cov 

ington, Ky. 
Gerhard Albert. CArp., 26 Pleasant 
Gerhard Caroline H., tailoress, 92 W. 

5th 
Gerhard Erasmus, biIU.ard table mkr., 26 

Pleasant 
Gerhard Hy , elk., 644 Race 

GERHARD JOHN C, 
Apothecary and Druggist, 
n.w.c. Clinton and Cutter 
Gerhard Joseph, varnisher, wks. s.w.c. 

2d and John 
Gerhard Wm., gilt frame mkr., 550 Main 
Gerhard Ilelmke, cigar mkr., n.e.c. 13th 

and Vine 
Gerhardt Louis, pattern mkr., 11 Mary 
Gerhart B., peddler, bds. 21 W. 6th 
GerhartGeo., waiter. Gait House 
Gerhart Henry, dray., s.e.c. Bank and 
Baymiller 



Gerhart John, lab., n e.c. York and Linn 
Gerhart L., carp., wks. 487 Freeman 
Gerhlein Frank, meatstore, 94 W. Front 
Gerhold Louis, cof. h.,24» Front 
Gerhosam Israel, cigar mkr., bds. 301 

Central .av. 
Gering Jo.,shoemkr.,Canal, b. 15lh and 

Liberty 
Qerke August, tailor, 550 Vine 
Gerke August, stone cutter, 165 Oliver 
Gerke Henry, 426 Freeman 
Gerke John, cab. mkr., s.s. Waile, b. 
Elm and Plum [man 

Gerke Richard, queensware, 426 Free- 
Gerkhamnier Henry, cooper, 22 Ham. 

Road 
Gerlaoh C, bds. Tremont House 
Gerlach Lewis, lithographer, 65 Pleas- 
ant 
Gerlach Peter, cooper, 2 Moore 
Gerlfich Philip, cigar mkr., 50 W 15th 
GERLACH Philip, (Deckebach & Co.) 
Gerland H., hinge fitter, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Gerland Hy., lab., 36 Hughes 
Gerland Hermon, cigar mkr., 451 W. 3d 
Gerland Wm., cigar manufac, 146 E. 

Front 
Gerlben Andrew, carp., bds. 412 Vine 
Gerling He.inrich, finisher, 15 Wood- 
ward 
Gerlock John, cab. mkr., wks. 89 W. 2d 
Germain Wm., elk.. 16 E. 4th 

GERMAN GEGENSEITI6E VER- 
SICHEVUNGS GESELLSCHAFT 
400 Vine 
German J. B., erocer, 409 Main 

GERMAN MUTUAL INSURANCE 
COMPANY, 
4011 Vine 
GERMAN PROTESTANT HOSPI- 
TAL, 
nr. head of Browne 
GERMAN RELIEF AND EMIGRA- 
TION SOCIETY, 
s.w.c. Court and Walnut 
n ERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION 
It s.w.c. 3d and Main 

Germanei Henry, carp., 636 Race 
Germann Michael, tinner, 435 Walnut 
Gernach John, cigar mkr.. 59 Buckeye 
Gerold Herman, music teacher, 202 W. 

4th 
Gerrold Anton, bds. 90 E. 2d 
GERRY Arad, (Woolley & G.,) 219 

Longworth 
Gerser Joseph, saloon, 539 Race 
Gerst Anthony, salesman, 22 W. 5th,bds. 

Teutonia Hotel 
Gerst Bernard, elk., bds. 513 Main 
Gerst F. A., salesman, bds. Teutonia 

Hotel 
Gerst George, elk., bds. Teutonia Hotel 
Gerstader Chris., shoemkr., bds. 65 W. 

5th 
Gersting Benjamin, tanner, wks. 669 

Elm 
Gerstle Samuel, teacher, 30 E. 5th 
Gert Valentine, 541 Sycamore 
Gerteis John, finisher, s.w.c. Elm and 

2tJ 
Gerten John, finisher, wks. Lane & Bod- 
ley's 
Gerter Henry, biksmith, wks. 711 Vine 
Gertes Charles, chair mkr., wks. s.w.c. 

Augusta and Smith 
Gertline Albert, lab., Harrison av., n. 

Mill Creek 
Gertner Elizabeth, 90 Woodward 
Gervermyer Bernard, lab., 98 Hunt 
Geivers H., wks. E. Front, b. Lawrence 

and Pike 
Gervey F., lab., 477 W. 3d 
Gerwe Christopher, tailor, 367 W. 5th 
Gerwe F. A. J., physician, n.e.c. Long- 
worth and Park 
Gerwe Frank, cooper, 20 Ham. Road 
Gerwe Hy., brk. mkr., 57 Riddle 
Gerwe John H., tailor, c. Stone and 

Longworth 
Gerwe Josepli H., grocer, 156 Bank 
Gerwin Joseph, lab., 24 Woodward 
Gerwin Robert, foreman, 414 Sycamore 
Gesler Valentine, cooper, wks. s.s. Day- 
ton, b. Freeman and Western av. 



GESNER ISAAC 0., 
Agentfor Grannis, Taylor & Co., 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
Oy.^ters, 222 Walnut, bds. Gibson 
House 
Gesner John, carp., 88 Pleasant 
Gess Catharine, Phoebe, b. Plum and 

Central av. 
Gesse Joseph, marble yard, 180 Belts 
Gessenrluerfer Blichael, wood sawyer, 

109 Ham. Road 
Gesset Jacob, elk., cab. mkrs. Union, h. 

Cumminsville 
GessieR. J., salesman, 11 W. Pearl, bils. 

Gibson House 
Gessinger Frank, varnisher. Cutter, b. 

Hopkins and Clark 
Gessler John, white washer, 29 Peete 
Oessner Nicholas, undertaker, wks. 17 

Locust 
Gest Erasmus, 101 Main 
Gest Joseph J., n.e.c. 4th and Walnut 
Gestreen G., carp., wks. Greenwood's 

Foundry 
Gate John, cof, h., 210 Vine 
ftetsen John, cigar mkr., wks. 646 Race 
Gette Hy.. lab., 105 Woodward 
Getterson H., moulder, wks. Hunt and 

Broadway 
Gettier Edward, whisky inspector, bds. 

n.w.c. Elm and Canal 
Gettier George, station house keeper, 351 

Elm 

GETTIER T., Agent, Cleveland, Co- 
lumbus & Cincinnati R. R., Office, 
4 CoUese Hall Bldg., h. 398 W. 
7th 
Gettier W. S., policeman, bds. n.w.c. 

Elm and Canal 
Gettle Michael, shoemkr., 515 Race 
Getty Frank, elk., 47 Public Landing, h. 

502 W. 5th, nr. Wood 
Getty James, carp., 199 K. Front 
Getty Robert, bds. 242 Plum 
Getz Edward, salesman, 23 W. 4th, h.lCS 

Smith 
Getz George, bakery, s.w.c. Pearl and 

Butler 
Getz George W., b.k., 107 Sycamore, h. 

46 Mound 
Getz Jacob, bar k., 640 Race 
Getz John, glassware, 5 Sycamore, h. 

108 Smith 
Getz John G., cof. h., 507 Elm 
Getz Lewis B., elk., 108 Smith 
Getz M., butcher, Deer Creek Valley 
Getz Mathias, cof. h., 162 Broadway 
Getz Peter, broom mkr., bds. 55 W. 

Front 
Getz Samuel, peddler. 531 Plum 
Getzendiinner Henry,marble cutter, wks. 

248 Cnuit 

GETZENDANNER JACOB H., 
Attorney at Law, 
9E.3d, h. 135 Smith 
Getzer John, notions and embroidery,703 

Vine 
Getzie Harmon, hatter, 217 Cutter 
Geueiin Lorenz, elk., R. G. Dun & Go's 

h. 397 Central av. 
Geul George, shoemkr.,bds.. s.w.c. Lud- 
low and Pearl 
Geutcsch Wm., tailor, wks. 9 Buckeye 
Geyer's Assembly Rooms, 30 W. Court 
Geyei- Bernard, music teacher. 643 Elm 
Geyer Conrad, cigar mkr., 23 Buckeye 
Geyer Frederick, brewer, 717 Elm 
Geyer Fi-ederick, cigar mkr., wks. 64 

Liberty 
Geyer Frederick, tailor, 452 Elm 
Geyer Henry, wks. 728 Central av. 
Geyer John, dancing master, 3u W. 

Court 
Geyer John. furniture manufac, 8 E. 4th 

" h. Delhi tp. 
Geyer Martin, lab., 110 Mohawk 
Geyer Philip, bar k., l.'iO Ham. Road 
Ghulug Edward, lab., wks.. 5 Augusta 
Gi Lewis, butcher, 442 Linn 
Giaihard John, coppersmith, wks. 156 

E. Front 
Gibb Joseph, dray., Walnut Hills 
Gibbing Rudolf, lab., 772 W. Front 
Gibhiss Harry, melter, 17 Commerce 
Gibbons Antony, lab., bds. River, b. Wal- 
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Gibbons Delia, chambprmaid, at 161 

Ilace 
Gibboiii Edward, bfls. 293 W. 5th 
Gibbons Han-iet, 218 George 
Gibbons James, painter, 218 George 
Gibbons J. T., painter, wks. A. B. IIol- 

abird & Go's 
Gibbons Jeffry^ lab., 187 Wuter 
Gibbons Jcjhn, b;>l>er, 73 W. Front 
n lUBONS JOHN, 
It CoSee House, 

Landing, b. Broadway and Ludlow 
Gibbons John, cooper, 7 Lock 
Gibbons John, lab., 131 Vf. Front 
I Gibbons John E.. mer., 4G0 Broadway 

t1 IBBONS JOSEPH G., 
r Attorney at Law, 
' 35 W. 3d, h. 217 W. 4th 
Gibbons Susan, rear 71 E. Front 
Gibbons Thomas, lab., 5U Vine 
Gibbs David, wliitewasher, 201) Webb al. 
Gibbs David 0., landscape painter, 200 I 

Webb 
Gibbs lidward, carp., bds. 212 Plum 
Gibbs H., dye house, 212 Plum, c. Long- 
worth 
GIBBS Ira B., (Van Deursen & G.) 130 

Ban- 
Qibbs John E., carp. ,Liyingston,b. Bay- 
miller and Freeman 
Gibbs Joel, dray., wks. 20 Spring i 

Gibbs Joseph, sawyer, 298 W. Tith 
Gibbs Mary, nurse, 5ti Richmond 
Gibbs Thomas, dray., wUs. 20 Spring ' 
Gibbs Thomas, boatman, Pleasant Court 

b. Race and Elm 
Gibbs Wm. Henry, elk., 70 Walnut 
Gibner George, eng., h. 4'J5 Linn I 

Gibiier & Hall, (James G. & George H.) ' 
dealers in flatboats. River, b. Race 
and Vine 
Gibner James, (G. & Hall.) 219 Water I 
Gibner Joseph, lab., 2o(l W. Front 
Gibner Wm., n,e.c. John and 6th | 

Gibney Charles, carp.,rear64 Richmond 
Gibney Jamea, wks. lid W. .3d 
Gibson C, widow, 1 York i 

GIBSON &, CO., (Stephen G. & Robt. ; 
II. Gibson.) Lithographers, Engra- 
vers and Job Printers, u.w.c. 3d ] 
and Main, Bank Bldg. 
Gibson Daniel, elk., Adams Ex. Co.,bks. 

212 W. Front 
Gibson Daniel, lab., 19U W. 4th 
Gibson Daniel W.. porter, o7 W. Pearl, 

h 191 >i W. 4th 
GIBSON David (D. G.& Co.) 261 Vine 
/^ IBSON DAVID & CO.. (David G., 
Ij Henry GrotenUemper& W. C.Van- 
derbilt,) Commission Merchants, 
48 W.iid 
Gibson & Dougherty, (Geo.G. G. & Ro- 
bert B. D.) dry goods, 8 W. 5th and 
81 E. Pearl 
GIBSON G. B., Agent N. Y. Central 

R.R.,h. 172 Plum 
Gibson Geo. G., (Dougherty &; G.) bds. 

23 W. 8th 
Gibson Harriet, bds. s.e.c. 6th and Smith 
Gibson Hy., finisher, 157 Bayrailler 
GIBSON Henrv II., (Harrison &. Hoo- 
per.) 358 W 6th 
Gibson Hy. S.. 44 Mansfield 

GIBSON HOUSK, 
w.s. Walnut b. 4th and 5th 

Gibson Hugh, wireworker 207 W.9th w of 

Central av. 
Gibson Isaac, s s. 6th e. of Broadway 
Gibson Isabella, teacher, 325 W. Sd 

GIBSON J. B. & T. (John B. G. & 
Thomas G ) Plumbers and Brass 
Founders, 20!) & 202 Vine 
Gibson Z. H., 3'i7 Clark 
Gibson James, moulder, 57 Milton 
Gibson John, lithographic printer, 105 

Laurel 
Gibson John, mach., wks. s.w.c. 7th and 

Smith 
Gibson John, plumber, 185 E. 3d 
Gibson John, plumber, u.e.c. 7th and 

Walnut 
Gibson John, tinsmith, bds. 339 Main 
GIBSON John B., (J. B. & L. G. G.) 

bds. Gibson House 
Gibson John H., agt., s.w.c. Vine and 3d 



Gibson John J., carriage trimmer, 44 

Mansfield 
Gibson Joseph, car trimmer, wks. 9 E. 

6th 
Gibson Joshua R., b.k., 221 W. 5th, h. 

407 W.4th 
GIBSON Peter, (0. H. Geffrey & Co.) 

Gibson House 

GIBSON ROBERT, Dealerin Paints. 
Oils, Varnishes, Glass, and Artists 
Materials, 176 Main, h. 300 Elm 
GIBSON Robert H., (Gibson & Co.) 310 

Elm 
Gibson Stephen, sen., collector, 44 Mans- 
field 
GIBSON S.ephen, (G. & Co.) 310 Elm 
Gibson Stephen, jr., b.k., 44 Mansfield 
Gibson Tallahan, cook, 263 W. 6th 
GIBSON Thomas, (J. B. & T. G.) 17 

Elizabeth 
GIBSON Wm„ (McCormick G. & Co.) 

63 W.8th 
Gibson Wm. A., 44 Mansfield 
Giddings Fred. S., stereotyper, bds. 258 

Hopkins 
Giddings James, boots and shoes, 100 

Water 
Gieh Geo., carriage blksraith, 25 Clinton 
Giebel Hy., cab. mkr., 299 Clark 
Giebelmeier H., moulder, wks. Green- 
wood's Foundry 
Giebelmeier J. R., varnisher, 154 Bay- 
miller 
Gieger Christ, cooper, wks. 135 Western 

ay. 
Gieger John, cooper, bds. s.e.c. Harrison 

av. and Brighton 
Gieler John, stone mason. 505 Race 
Gielfus Wm., elk., P.O., 55 Bremen 
Gieo Wm., teamster 46 Lock 
Gier Fred., carp., bds. l-'5 Ham. Road 
Gier Geo., butcher, 346 Findlay 
Gier Louis, butcher, stall No. 9 Court St 

Market 
Giergiuger John, barber, 59 Race 
Giese Bernard, shoemkr., 612 Sycamore 
Giese Ferdinand, boots and shoes, 63 E. 

Pearl 
Gieseike Chas., tailor, s.w.c. 9th and 

Central av. 
Gieseking II., porter, 70 Main, h. 18 

Mulberry 
Gieskc Bernard, carp., 4 Lootsey 
Gieske Herman, carp., 4 Lootsey 
Gieske Wm , carp.. 4 Lootsey 
Giesler August, butclier. Stall No. 18 

Court Street Market 
Giesler Rudolph, tailor, 60 Allison 
Giesse Chas. 86 Belts 
GIESTING Gerhard, (J. D. & G. G.) n.s 
Longworth b. Stone and Hoadly 

GIESTING J. D. & G., (John U. G. 
& Gerh<>rd G.) Boots and Shoes, 
52 W 5 th 
GIESTING John D., (J. D. & G. G.) 

40i) George 
Gievel II., carp., 299 Clark 
Giezel Michael, hostler, Jones House 
Giffin Andrew, 2u Rittenhouse 
Giffin Clias M., County Treas. Office, h 

211 Rittenhouse 
Giffin James A., clU., Sheriff's Office, 

bds. 2" Rittenhouse 
Giffin Wm., bk. layer, 1 3 York 
GiffordJohn, caip., wks. 20 Lodge h. 

Newport 
Gigembob Louisa, servt., 130 Dayton c. 

Baymiller 
Giger John, cooper, wks. 133 Western 

av. 
Giger John, core mkr., n.s. Front nr. 

Louiitown 
Gilb Ferdinand, bar k., 72 Broadway 
Gilbert Albert, carp., 47 E. 4th 
Gilbert Alfred, brass moulder, 79 Abigail 
GILBERT Alfred W., (G & Uicken- 

looi)er,) Vine Street Hill 
Gilbert Dexter W., carp., 647 Sycamore 
GilbertG.H, prompter at Opera House 

h. 151 W. 6th 
Gilbert G. H., actress. Wood's Theatre 
Gilbert G. S., bds. 5 J Sycamore 
Gilbert Geo., boots and shoes, 279 W. 6th 
GILBERT Henry O., (Smith & G.) 218 

W. 4lh 
Gilbert James, painter, bds. 231 Laurel 



GILBERT & IIICKENLOOPER, (A. 
W. G. & Andrew H , Jr.; Survey- 
ors and Civil Engineers, 174 Vine 
Gilbert J. I'., foreman, A. Cutler's, hill 

W 6th 
GILBERT J. W., (G., Jones & Ogborn) 

44 W. 9th 
Gilbert John, iron bridge builder,! I Pier- 

Gilberh John E., painter, 13 Betts 

GILBERT, JONES & OGBORN, (J. 
W. G., J. J.& Isaac A. ) Com- 
mission Merchants, 697 & 599 W. 
5th 
Gilbert Joseph, Asst. City Civ. Eng., 77 

Bank 
Gilbert Joseph W., County Surveyor. of- 
fice Court House 
Gilbert Josiiih, painter, bds. 231 Laurel 
Gilbert Priscilla, 23 E. 3d 
Gilbert Richard, painter, 231 Laurel 
Gilbert Sarah, seamstress, bds. basement 

of the First Baptist Church 
Gilbert Thomas, blksmith, wks. 535 Cen 

tral av. 
Gilbert Wm., 433 Broadway 
Gilbreth Samuel, expressman, n.w.c. 

Race and Front 
Gilcrease James, lab., 100 E. 3d e. 

Lock 
Gilday Bridget, servt., 135 W. 8th 
Giiday Sdward, lab., rear 135 W. Front 
Gilday J. M., wks. 69 E. Front 
Gilday James, lab.. ,59 Race 
Gilday John, lab., .59 Race 
Gilday Margaret, 294 Plum 
Gilday Michael, painter, bds. rear 135 W 

Front 
Gildea Ann, dressmkr., 229 Broadway 
Gildea B'idget, dressmkr., 229 Broadway 
Gildea Catharine, dressmkr., 229 Broad- 
way 
Gildea Chas., moulder, 229 Broadway 
Gildea Hannah, dress mkr., 229 Broad- 
way 
Gildea Margaret, dressmkr., 229 Broad- 
way 
GildhausHy., watchman, 196 W. Pearl 
Gile Geo., moulder, 167 W. Liberty 
Giles Bet.sy, 115 W. 7tli 
Giles Chas, 261 Longworth 
Giles Chauucey, clergyman, 261 Long- 
worth 
Gilfoil Daniel, porter Burnet House 
Gilford Ann, 259 Freeman 
Gilfoyle Jas., cooper, 74 E. 5th 
Gilgan Michael, bar k.. National Saloon 
Gilham 0. P., salesman, s.e.c. Main and 

2d, bds. 422 W. 5th 
Gilhaus Geo., lab., 99 Woodward 
Gilhaus John, dray, 70 12th 
Gilkerson II. N. printer, bds. 110 W. 6th 
Gill Chas., grocer, 49 Water 
Gill Chistopher, bellows mkr., 54 E. 2d, 

h. Vine b Buckeye and Mulberry 
Gill D. L., conductor, C. H. &. D. R.R., 

39 Hathaway 
Gill Ellen, 183 W. Canal 
Gill Kllen, servt., Burnet House 
Gill James, salesman, 99 W. 4th, h 318 

W. Court 
Gill James tailor, h. 48 Butler 
Gill John, 3 York 
Gill John, lab., 1 York 
Gill John, lab., bds. Mechanics Hall 
Gill Julia, 184 W. Court 
Gill Mary, servt., Burnet House 
Gill Mary Ann. 120 E. 3d e. of Lock 
Gillan J. C, actor, bds. U. S. Hotel 
Gillan Luke, lab., 974 E. Front 
Gillan Mary, seamstress, 24 Orchard 
Gillan Peter, finisher, wks. 86 Elm 
Gillan Patrick, lab., 974 E. Front 
Gillan Thomas, lab., rear 189 Water 
Gillan Thomas, lab,, 974 E. Front 
Gillan Wm., servt., Walnut Street House 
Gillard Geo. H., sign painter, 201 Plum, 

h. 216 W. Court 
Gillard Wm., books and stationery, 182 

W. Court 
Gillard Wm. H., elk., n.w.c. 4th and 

Vine, h. 216 W. Court 
GillasF. A., currier, bds. 109 W 5th 
Gilleas John, hacUdriver rear of 171 Wa- 
ter 
GiUeon John, brewer, bds. 622 Vine 



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Gillen A., lab., 583 W. 5th 
Gillen Jas., bar k., IdS Mound 
Gillen Robert, moulder, wks. Globe 

Foundry 
Gillenbeclt \Vm.. tailor, bds. 90 E. 2d 
Gillese Patrick, fireman. Gas Works 
Gillespie David I., lab., 120Baymiller 
GILLESITE Georjre, (Chipman, G. Sc 

Co.) h. Hagerstown, Ind. 
Gillespie Ilusfh, lab., wks. '269 Vine 
Gillespie John, carp., 122 W. Court w. 

Central av. 
Gillespie .Joseph, butcher, 69 Wood 
Gillespie Sarah, 190 John 
Gillespie Thomas, mach., bds. 1234 E. 

Front 
Gillespie W. P., b.k., 168 Vine, h. Coy- 

ington 
GiUham John, wood dealer, bds. 110 Wa- 
ter 
Gilliard Wm., carp., 49 George 
Gillice Mary.servt., 118 W. 7th 
Gilliece James, lab., 329 W. 2d 
Gilli^an Bartholomew. lab., 65 George 
Gilliu'an Bartley, brushmkr., wks. 211 

Walnut 
Gilligan Edward, constable, 84 Butler 
Giliigan Jas., lab., 163 W. 2d 
Gilligan John, dray, 48 Plum 
Gilligan Lockland, waiter, Burnet House 
Gillisian Maria, ser?t., Kilgour b. 3d and 

Ellen 
Gilligan Mary, 48 Plum 
Gilligan Michael, coppersmith, 48 Plum 
Gilligan Michael, lab., 12 Commerce 
Galligan Patrick, porter bds. 94 Syca- 
more 
Gilliland Carey, (Lambertson &. G.,) h. 

Colerain Tp. 
Gillinger Fred., cooper, 31 Buckeye 
Glllivan Patrick, copper smith, wks. 156 

E. Front 
Gillm irtin John. wks. 146 W. 3d 
Gillock Francis P.. moulder, 113 Avery 
Gillon John, lab., 974 E. Front 
Gillons Edmond, cook. 21 & '?3 E. Pearl 
Gilluly Bernard, n. s. 6th b. Baum and 

Lock 
GilUis John, blksmith, bds. Brighton 

House 
Gilman Wm., planing mill, s. w. c. 3d 

and John, h. 141 Birr 
Gilmartin Antony, 128 E. 6th 
Gilmartin Hubert, chair painter, wks. s. 

w.c Aususta and Smith 
Gilmartin Thomas, bk. binder, wks. 25 

W. 4 th 
Gilmore Alfred, porter, e. s. 6th, n. of 

Baum 
Gilmore & Cordukes, (Edward G. & 

Jonathan Cordukes,) pork house, 

c. Court and Spring 

GILMOP.K, DUNLAP & CO., 
'James G., Wm. J. D. & Thos. 6. 
Robinson and Edward W. Mulli- 
kin,) Bankers and Dealers in Ex- 
change, 26 and 28 AV. 3d, Masonic 
Temple 
Gilmore Edward, (G. & Cordukes,) 
Gilmore Elizabeth, 18« W. 5th 
Gilm )re G., bds. 182 Everett 
Gilmore G. W., b.k. 102 Main, h5E.7th 
Gibnore Geo. W.. saddler, IkIs 6th K.7th 
Gilmore James, farmer, h. 132 Laurel 
GILMORE James G., (G., Dunlap & 

Co.,y bds. Burnet House 
Gilmore John. carp. 199 Poplar 
Gilmore M., lab., wks. Indianapolis and 

Cincinnati depot 
Gilmore Patrick, lab., 12 Hannibal 

GILMORE REV. ROBERT, 
Editor of Presbyterian Witness, 
bds. 155 Dayton 
Gilmore Robert, blksmith, h. 132 Laurel 
Gilmore Thomas, artist, 157 Elm 
Gilmore Thos. W., salesman, 74 W. 4th, 

bds. 242 Plum 
Gilp Theodore, policeman, w.s. Lawrence 

b. Pearl and Front 
Gilp Saaiuel. barber, 198 Sycamore 
Gilp Simon, lab., 5r.3 E.- Front 
Gilp Vrilentine, finisher, wks. 120 E. 2d 
Gilpin C.as.. 316 Broadway 

GILPIN THOMAS, 
Flooring Mill. n.s. Canal b. Elm 
and Plum,h. 130 W. 6th 



Gilpin Wm.F.. dray., 48 Kosuth Gladen 

i^^ ILl'IN WM. II., E.F: 

It Commission Merchant, 17 E. Ca- ; Gladen Her 

^ nal, h. 433 Broadway 

GilroyH., 198 W. 3d 

Gilroy John, varnisher, 49 Race 

Gilroy Thomas, blksmith, wks. at T. F. 

Baker's, h. n. e. c. Water and Elm 
GilsterMena, servt., 95 E. Liberty 
Gilt John, lab., Oliver b. Linn and John 
Gillenbeck H., eng., wks. Hunt e. 

Broadway 
Gilum Perry, elk., 422 W. .5th 
Gimer Bartholomew, wks. 373 W. 3d 
Gimer Michael, wks. 373 W. 3d 
Gimm Michael, cof. and b. h., n.w.c. 

Ludiow and 2d 
Gimperling J. E., cond. L. M. R. R., 

bds. Spencer House 
Ginan Edward, moulder, h. 53 E. 3d 



Bernard, coppersmith, wks. 156 



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GINANDT GEORGE, 
Coffee House, 06 W. Court 

Ginandt Wm., cab. mkr., 464 W. 5th 
Ginder Adam, bar k., 30 E. Front 
Ginder Anna, laundress, w. 6th b. Carr 

and Harriet 
Ginder John, tailor, s.s. Harrison av. nr. 

Brighton 
Gindner A., lab., 142 Wade 
Ging Conrad, bar k., 80 Walnut 
Gingnagal Peter, teamster, bds. 14|) Carr 
Ginn J., wks. e. Front b. Lawrence and 

Pike 
Ginnandt John, salesman, bds. 459 Main 
Ginochio D., (D. G. & Co.) 28 E. 5th 
Ginocliio U. & Co., (T>. G. & Andrew 

Descalso) confec. 23 Broadway 
Ginochio Lewis, confec, 250 Walnut 
Giuter Charlotte E., photographist, s w. 

c 9th and Main 
Ginter Ernestine, s.w.c. 9th and Main 
Ginter Fred., lab. wks. 89 W. 2d 
Ginter John, turner, 25 Kossuth 
Ginther Frank, cab. mkr.. wks. 41 Park 
Gioring Ferdinand, saddler, 508 Main 
Gipker Henry, 708 E. Front 
Giraldin Henry, salesman, 30 W. 4th, 1 

130 Spring 
Girard Laura, 13 Home 
Girber T., wks. 44(1 E. Front 
Giren James, moulder, 466 W. 5th 
Girger Wm., lab., 21 1 Freeman 
Girten Christian, shoe mkr. 5.54 Vine 
Girten Michael, mach., 211 Water 
Girten Michael,